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Opens the Season Wednesday Night, Sept, 30, WITH WARD & WADE'S MnxnlficAnt Minrlrrtlr Il WITH fisk's Band &Pierres' Orchestra I mm MASTERS OF MIRTH. !Up to the miuute Vocal ami In tutuentnl Music ? This company fives na n prelude be most dazzling electric il nnd lernie first part ever Riven in minstrelsy, lex;., tU 03 Salt Banner & BsiWs. lit LOCAL MARKETS. 2 I (By M. Fclkcr.:. Tho following are tho provalllng prices puiu lor produce louuy: Wheat G5J70c. lOata 300350. Hay $C.00$S.OO. ICorn 3237',4c. IHwcot potatoos per bu. CO to 75c. Butter 1G 2-3(320c. Poultry, (lly William Newman.) Ipucks Por dozen. $2.00. Turl(0. -Grc-s, Cc. Geoso Fiill fcatlieroil, $3 to $u dor.. Huis Por dozen, $2.00. frying chickens $1.50 $1.76. Egfe Per dcxen, lBd. gutter Per pound, 20 25c. Dry Hides S lie. Green Hides ICS1, 4 a Live Stock. (By Cold Storngo MarkoL) it rows (xro?.3( cwt. .$1.75 to $2.00 It calves $3.0005.00 ft sheep, per head $2.00$3.00 Ft hogs (gross) 100 fas. .$4.60$5.00 I Croup. .Usually .begins with symptoms of common; cold; thoro Is chilliness, i&ovlnfr Inrn tdrnnf hnt iT.rin nlltnlr lto tinnrsntipsu nnil lmnilil resnir- i Territory The Truck Farmer. S T. Thompsou. who resides on a farm three miles east of Ardmore, was hero today and left a sample of his late roasting ears at this office. Mr. Thompson planted two acres CiU year In watermelons nnd sold $216 worth. He estimates Ills profit at $1C5. He Bhlpped the first and only car of molons Uiat was over shipped from Atdmore. This ear made a net profit of $00. Noxt j ear ho will t.lnnt fifteen ncros of melons nnd ship more extensively. Mr. Thompson will raise from 400 to 500 bushels of sweet po tatoes from four acres. His crop of Irish potntoes proved a losing venture tills year. Thoro Is no means of Irrigation on his place. Try a can of that Broakfast Hell cof fee at Folkor's. It's good. 27-3 Gilliam for Alderman. Today we nnnounco tho name of V. A. Ullllam as candidate for alderman In tho Fourth ward. Mr. Gilliam Is a man of very few words; he does bus toiosa on business principles; he has roslded among our people long enough to be engrafted as one of them; a bus iness man of tho Mnlu street of u city generally knows what a city meeds. Whllo Mr. Gllllnm does not nntlclpato ovory vote In his ward, he feels that ho Is entitled to nnd expects to merit tho voto of all Intelligent men who have tho weal of tho ward at heart. Tho singing contingent with Ward & Wado's minstrel show Wednosday night Is composed of Percy Heed. Fred Varen, lid Porter, li 13. Bragg, Win, Teskoy, I. Brent, A. C Iarlvoe and Loyd Balllot. 2S-3 As a fitting prelude to the presen tation of tho brilliant nttrnctlon, Ward & Wade's Minstrels, the Koblson op- ora bouse management Is pleased to bring toyour notice that this company will present the most dazzlhig olee trlcal and scenic llrst part spectacle ever given In minstrelsy. At ltobison opera house Wednesday, September 30. 2S-3t ! ! PERSONAL q f MENTION. To Sell Mild Drinks. Tho locnl drink dealers have re cently gotten together nnd passed res olutions thai will doubtless prove of great benefit to thorn. By these reso lutions the denlers promise to sell only the well known drinks that have been tested and found to bo within the limit of tho federal statutes concerning the sale of alcoholic drinks in tho rhoso tested drinks are I . I). DU-keraon Is In the city from Pttreell. Charley Carter went to Mill Creek yesterday. .1. 11. Hnrell of Oklahoma City was here yesterday. Wm. F. Warreu Is la the city today from Berwyn. 1,. N. Knssll en me up last night from Gainesville. A. H. Trueblood and wife came In last night front Purcell. Dr. J. W. ISohols went to Gnlnr vlllo yestordny meruit!. W. C. Hudlsllt is spending the day In Ardmore from Tishomingo. S. II. W(M)tten, deputy clork at Pauls Valley, was In the city yosterday. J. B. Kolsoy, revenue collector from Chlekaslia, was In the city yesterday. Joss L. Jordan of Mnrletta went out In tho country from Ardmore thlw morning. J. M. Floyd left today over the Frisco, representing the Ardmore Mill & Hlevator Co. Arthur Slmpaon of St. Ixxils, brother of Burt Simpson of this place, Is la tho city today. If. B. Jones of Hartford. Conn., was toi tho elty yesterday. He went out to Wheeler to look after some oil matters. l.eo Freimel, deputy clerk at Ityan, passed through tho city today en route to Ada, where he will assist In tho court. Mrs. C. O. Caldwell returned yestee day from Shawnee, O. T., v.horo shu had been spemllmg the Sabbath with hor parents. Judge Hosea Townsend, C. O. Bnnn, J. H. Humphrey and William Bond, tho court stenographer, left yester day for Ada via Sulphur. Miss Florence Murphy of Tyler. Texas, Is la the city visiting her un cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Niblack, on West Broadway. G. L. Wells, vice president turn! rep resentative of tho Standard Knglneoi ing Co. of Cleveland, O., Is la the Ity visiting his brother, O. A. Wolls P. L Peterman of I.os Angeles, Cal., who has been here on a visit to his son, A. I). PeterniBin, left yesterday . ... . . iur ihvib, wnere no win outer into the furntturo business. Mr. P. to man will make Ardmore his headquarters, ATTEMPT AT SELF-DESTRUCTION MAY PROVE FATAL. ! An Unfortunate Living Near Town Uses Shotgun With Probable Fa tal Effect Asked Relative to See Man Die, Ion. Glvo frequent small dosos of illard's Horchound Syrup, (tho child ai cry for It) and at tho llrst sign of Jcroupy cough, apply frequonll illard's Snow Liniment externally to 5 throat. 50 cents at W. B. Frames's. HI Flno, Sun Beam and Frosty. 1 nm yeing, Repair! to" Doti't de'ay auolher day about si yirif,' your clothing dj fd, oleawd Repaired. 'Phone now to 17G d your order will be called for. d clothed mad - to look like new. eci il uttenihn ' m 1 1 L ulias' Im nts. B. F MILLS, D9 West Main St pUSE MOVING, I 'oLiiC Raising, Movhs ? Iron Safes, I Setting Machinery, Etc. jrieea as low as Rood work will mit. See mo. E0. ffl. WAYLAND. tlcadquartrra at Koblaon Machln- erf Co.. on Uroadway. llore's tho comedy clomont with Ward & Wade's magnificent minstrels: Hnrry Ward, George Wade, Tom Pow- oil, Charles Ivors, Charles McLaln, Georgo Mauvro, M Wolf, W. Morkand Walter Wilson. 28-3t Henry Bromen, 'nine years a resl dent of this city but who was so un fortunato as to get his log broken la a coal inno at Midway, Choctaw na Hon about three weeks ago, came In 7 today on tho Choctaw. I havo reeolvod over 700 pounds ol tho very finest candles within tho past weok. JULIUS KAI1N. 27-3. Robert Thompson, charged wlthlar ceny, was added to tho twcuty-llvo prisotiors today and carried to Ada. Olllce Deputy Marshal F. O. Sehnel dor, assisted by Doputlos Wilkinson, McLomoro, Kont, Vaughn and Ham tner, had chnrgo of tho prisoners to Ada this afternoon. Cuy frul: trees diruct from Arwurc Cursory and tave agent's commission tnd uoat,oii. t-oct-lu C:ns.rt street hats for fall vrcs they havo a stylo that's all their own at Miss Collins'. 27-2 Notice. No mora coupons will bo gHca out by morchants trad others for Hertford" freo photographs Tb ao who hol'J them may havo same roiumc l at uty gallery. It. B. CLIFTON. 25-3 Successor to T. J. Bod. ir ! rinnicnh for the Ardmnrtft SECURITY VS. UNCERTAINTY i j T. N. Coleman's Drug Store Thin enviable reputation ia but the direct reauU of our jninstnUintr cnrefnlnesa concerning details of qua i'y and work, and our habit of always Riving the lowost orico on everything. Ask any prominent physican or resident of Ardmore for the best place to buy drugs or have a pre scription filled, and you are in variably directed to Jnuk Hoffman, living live miles east of Ardmore. shot himself with a shot gun yosterday afternoon, and when last heard from was In a dying condi tion. Hoffman, from what one of his neighbors snys, Is a little "off," and has been hunting around in the woods with a double-barreled shot kiwi for some days. Yesterday he visited his irotber and as he started off he met oao or nis aepiiews, ami asaed aim whether or not he ever saw n man kill hlmseir, and If he bad not he would now have the opportunity, as hrt was going to perform the act then and there. Tho nephew told him to go on and mot talk any more of hi foolishness. and thay separated. Only a few pacts separated them when the nephew heard the rejtort of the gun, and turning, saw his uncle In a reeling attitude, and he fell to tho ground. He hnd placed the gnu to his temple arm! pulled the trigger. A dangerous scalp wound was tho result, nnd those who attended his bedside last night said he could not llvo, m fact a report was current to day that the unfortunate man was dead. Tho ladles of the Fir. t Brtlst church will servo oysters Tuesday evening in the Hoblson building on West Main stret. 2S-2t .ioon uros unggies always give. good value for your monoy. Noble Bios. See them. More Buek'M stoves and ranges are wm in uiu uimtMi siuic man nvjy other one make. That Is a pretty good evidence tlint they aro bettor stoves. Buy Hum Loin Noble lir.i.i Benevolent Society. Tho olllccrs and members will meet on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at tho resldonco of Mrs. J. C. Thomp son. A full attendance Is requested. MS. W. C. KUNDALL, Pros. MBS. A. C. CllUCH Sec. Oysters will bo served by the ladles of tho First Baptist church Tuesday nigni in tho Jiobison building on West Mnln street. "g.'t Plonty of Colorado cabbage, onions nnd overythlng else good to et at Phono -17. POUTEIt STAPI.RS Tho Bed Headod Grocor NEW SHOE IN TOWN- HAMILTON'S CROWN uses am ii i I The Portland Oregotiian says, la iwrt of Ward A Wades Minstrels: "Tho Ward A Wade Minstrel company appearing at Cordray's theatre gives a clean, clever and highly entertain ing show. Harry Ward and George Wailo are comedians of the first order and are surrounded by one of the best minstrel companies In the business. The audiences yesteiday p'tcrnoon and last night were large and welt pleased. Tho mlnstiels are good.' New Hoblson theatre Wednesday Sept. 30. 2S-3 Company A, Attention. You will meet Monday night, Sep tember 2S, at 8 o'clock, for regular drill. Ilecord of absentees Is being kopt. B. V. HKNSON, Cnpt W.M. It. WOULI5Y, 1st Sgt. Mrs. -Hill of Marietta, the aged moth or of Mrs. J. M. Tennery of this city died at her homo Saturday .night, lm mediately upon hearing tho sad nows Mrs. Tonnory dopartod for Marietta Other members of tho family left Sun day afternoon to ntteud tho funeral. Vole for tho Bunovolent Socioty for tho Morchants' $500 contest. 11-lm U a Sound Footing! - Our businefs is conducted to it to Live our patrons the benefit of every .real lmrcHin in footwear. Pairdoal- ii c and honest shoes at e store eh irno- t risticA in this cptahlifditnent, and' we guarantee every sho we sell to bo worth the money we ask for i, nnd tlm' tho khoi'8 will b ar represented. The Shoe Man. :FOR 10 DAY! 50 re- We will m. ike special reduclions. 500 Hats at cents on tlu dollar. 3000 pairs shoes, 10 per cent. unction. iMirmsltinj? doniiH at reduced nricoH. SHOES, HATS, FURNISHINGS, We have just nteied our fall .stock of the above named jjootls. and just for a starter, for ten days we will startle you with the CLOUD-BURST OF BARGAINS On display at our store, if you will make us a visit. MM... f ! i! .1- a i ui- sin.- iii-ii- iui yuur i us wft.1 imi. ..vhk io see our $10.00 SUITS 75c, ijU.50, $12.00, $2.50, $3. 00. $1 00, $5.00 and $0 00 Pants. Mo trouble to show j;oods. Our store is full and run ning over with serviceable, staple and desirable floods at the very lowest prices. Yours for business, G. Iv. DENNES, ARTISTIC HOMES Are in ver complete till furnished with Standard Bath and Porcelain Enameiedware. Deforc Judge Gait. Bra. Hall, a negro, got drunk Sun day nnd was put In the cnluhoose to cool off. This morning Judge Gnlt assessed him $S.0D. ltachel Blyo, ono of tho brack doves of the dlvo district, tried to kick one of her neighbor's front doors in. The Judge thought tho kick was worth about $C.05, and whllo the defendant didn't think she had kicked quite that high, the Judge did, and It was so recorded. Before you go 'phono 74. 9-lm. Tho woman who hasn't seen them has mlssod something and fcho wh doesn't wear a pair will miss still more. HAMILTON'S NF.W SHOK STOltH. Ward & Wndo'H Minstrels this sea son prosont more real inoveltloa and surprlsos than any other minstrel com- prny on tho road. Thoso who fall to see this show will havo something to rosrot. At now Hoblson theatro, Wednosday, Sept. 30. 28-3 Tha city schools will not bo re.idy to open bofore Octcbjr 12 and It the colling does not arrive the opening may bo postponed a week lator Harry Ward, Georgo Wado and a corps of six othor well known black' faco comedians aro with Ward & Wado's Mlnstrols. Now noblson IhC' afro, Wednesday, Sept. 30, 28-3 Kev. Fred A. Juny, rector of St. Philips' church, loft on tho Chortaw for Muskogee this aftomoon to attend tho convocation of the Kplscopal church for Oklahoma and Indian Ter ritory, which convenes Tuesdny, Sep tember 29th, and continues in nogs I on three days. Hogs. With a splendid corn crop usaured and fat hogB a flino price. Now Is tho tlmo to buy tho best. I havo the Improved Poland China, various agos for sale, registered and subject to registration . 7d3wtf W. B. JOHNSON. lownoy's, Gunthor's and Loose Wile' finest caudles in handsome Ijoxos at Julius Kahn's 27-3 If you havo a houso to ront throo or four rooms not too far out, see Par ker at Ardmorolto ofllco. It would bo bottor If irroslstlblu lm pulsos ran up against Immovable wills oftonor than they do, Judging by tho aumbor of people who got In a quandary, that must bo a particularly capaolous vossol. Tho woman who got a dlvorco Is sho who bollovos In tho old proverb of "If at first you don't succeed." TI1H "STANDAIfD' line i made wpermlh u.r i-imIh who want fnttlHi ss. snna-v whito enam'-ledwiitT) n price no htirliT lixm iiHii'iny HHKrtt i r tne cfiiiuinit) ui (i. ti r iMimpiete Htr.ek of the latent desig' ed goorlw, iH awaitit fr ymir i ks t eetioti Hnd our expert plumbers will be pleased to furnil. pun mid eelimntCH f'ee. Ill Mil I MUMS 0). He Ardmoreite 't JOB PRINTING Fall 0 ping Millinery Styles 1903-04 rOBE'-. 6 AND 7. We announce our I'.' ! Annual Magnificent Show of Fall Millinery. A very cordial invitation is ex tended to everybody of Ardmore and nearby and every visitor within the city of Ardmore, tend our fall exhibition of fine towns, to at- Pattern Hats, Silk Hats and Fine Millinery. We bid you welcome. R. Lowen stein.