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WANT COLUMN. :in HI
. . ti st u i r this ! ia i t,u
b received i cue rate of flvo (Bj
cents lie ill f No advertisement
rceiveJ for !cjs than (Itteeii (15)
tents. S, -.il ;irih! rao lur
nlahH ! application Tht nonet
may ti'iili. .(, mutter of "I.oat,'
"Four!." '"For (lout," "For Salo,' '
"Stt loti,'- 'trnyp'l m any p,trt)C.' j
without dlrplay lines.
WANTHU Man with reference for " 1 "J"1
commercial traveler to call on mr-, ' .
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Willi no mi't ,(,v mc , tsutiiii ti i , j j . ,
ixMiulrud; salary $21 pr week with' .
iivtmnrna nil vn nr.'l N. nt friTin 1 a HO ' '
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CARNEGIC LIDRAHY LOCATED
Uipor- i i .lull n K..ig & (V
mission .M' rcliirnt'-. (lalnesville
P. M .
Dearborn St., Chicago.
WANTKD Men to learn barber
trade. Top wages paid graduates.
Tools, diplomas and liosltlons Riv
en. Fow weeks .'oinplotM. Special
arrangements for distant applicants.
Writo Molor limber College, St.
I)Uls, Mo. 18-Ct
FOR SALE Ono prescription case
and two show cases. New A bar
gain. Apply Ardmoreite. 22-3t.
FOR SAMS Horse, buggy and har
ness cheap. Apply at Cnthoy's liv
ery stable. 20-tf
FOH SAMS GH13A1' A coraplcto out
fit consisting of a 25 II-P boiler, a
20 IM engine, a 20-lnch corn mill, a
corn and cob crusher, togothor with
all shafting, pulloys, belting, etc.,
ready for business. See George M.
Wnylnnd, manager, of Waylaud Ma
chinery company, Ardmore, I. T. 7-tf
FOR SALIC Good paylni; modiuil
practice, four-room hoitoo on largo
lot, In small town. Will Introduce
buyer to patrons. Rest reasons fot
selling. Address Doctor, box G4.
Ardmore, I. T. 2G.l&w l.n
FOR TRADE A good gentlo work
horse. Will take cord wood or corn
Apply Sidney Suggs, Ardmoreite. tf.
FOR RUNT House with four rooms,
uath loom, two porches, good water
and excollotnt garden spot. Address
box 522, Ardmore. 18-Ct
FOR RENT A business house on
North Caddo street. Apply Ard
morolto office. 18-tf
LOST On Tticailny afternoon, a book
on the "History of Germany." Find
t-r return to tho Ardmoreite office.
LOST An Indian head cr.ibloin Rod
.nnn'8 pin. Howard awaits finder
on return to Ardmoreite office. Ctf
5 tS a"
6. as u'jfl
SpotH qulot. Alms 8.72.
Snles 0,000. Kuceip-s 22,00
New York Futures.
New Orleans Futures.
Spots Hrm. Mitls. 1-10.
f. o. b 2305.
10 07-00 v
MldK 0 13-10.
Uct. ' 22 Spots firm.
Sales 292. f. o. b. M)0
' V fa in )i . - i i - Ml S- 'mmlii-'o.
I. ('. Collins i here from Chi-vk
.Momnn Prttlett Is her from t'AHla
II. W. Stark of Qalncavllle is In
Marshal Colbert is in the city today
Mrs. ISrneat Ixigsdon of Sanger la
In the city visiting.
Jame Ownby and Claude Hlythe
art- In the city from Celoalo. Tesaa.
Clark Smith, a prominent farmer of
r'ornlsh Is in the city today with cotton.
W. D. Potter and J. C. Thompson
left yofcterday for Tishomingo to at
Mr. and Mra. .Io l.ogacltm of Slier-
limn. Texas, are In the city today vl.
Misses Hello Townsond and Cecllo
Whlttlngton havo roturnod from a
brief visit at Tishomingo.
Mayor Dan Kendall of Sulphur Is
In the city us a delegato from his
town to seo the Hearst party.
Mrs. Hnrrisou and daughter, Mlsa
Lee. returned this afternoon from a
six weeks' visit In Kentucky.
Mrs. Henry Jerulgan and Miss For-
tor of Madlsouvllle, Ky., are In tho
city v'slUug Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Rniu
soy at 51G 11 street, northwest.
Miss I'earl Caldwell of Galnosvllle
who has been lu tho city several days
the guest of Mlsa Zoo Ollvo departed
1 01 homo yesterdny afternoon,
W. A. Ledbettor, J. C. Thompson
. I). Potter nnd W. F. llowmnn re
turned this nftornoon from Tlshomln
g(., where they havo been attending
Cnpt. W. I. Mitchell, formerly of
Ravhi, hut now living near Davl
was in the city today. Mr. Mitchell
h- an old Mlsslslsslppi Coil fed orate
cohller nnd a goxl citizen,
V. H. Volers, genera: ngent In Ar
kinsns. I.oulslnna, Colorado ami the
two territories for the Standard add
ing machine, has moved his tiunlly to
this city from Paris. Texas, and will
tr.hke Ardnioro their home. They will
teside at 010 1! street, northwest.
Will Be Du It Wedge Shaped '
Np.h' Hiijii School
111 c iinvi : u i !i w il , i.nc (,, ih
ptovemcnt comnrtti.' ot the Wiy . . i,
el' this afternoon, tlm Avlnin
learned ttiat iln wed go ahaped i.
Ik', nglng to the city, near tlx h i
school building, had lieen dec iilni .,
f. by the tommiiieo aa the nn -u
able tnat the it;- had to offei.
We am lurther advised that ur In
tecta an) now drawing plana and "in
lllcatloiisi for the building to tit this-lot.
Chicago Grain Market.
Sopt .. 43!
Spt 351 ..
Chief of Police D. K. llooket la out
oi. the streets totlay after being at
home for nearly two weeks with a
Our $10,(100 beautiful electric pris
matic fountain nothini; like It e.ei
?een befoie lu this part of tho cot:n
ii y. Where you see tho lovely Nia.les
ot the fountain in up-to-date posoa
plasticpie uud living statuary to bo
eeen upon our plaza of amusements
Absolutely freo of cost to each and
everyone of our patrons. Seen ut tho
Ardmore Street Carnival Oct. 2C-31.
Present Your Bill.
All claims against the Ardmore public-
schools for cither labor or material
must bo presented to' me before Fri
day nlaltl. October 23.
20-3 : 1,. R. .MARSTON.
Vou set more ror your money In
heating and cook stoves at Spraglns'
thnn any, other place. He Bells the
Leader and tho Gnrland. Can you
think of bettor stoveaT
No woman who nas a child of her
own can ever bo entirely just to some
other womnn's child.
Tho membei-K of Ardmore Rebckah
Lodge aro renuoHtod to be present
Thursday night ns a cnndldnte will bo
present for Initiation.
ELLA HAVENS, Noble Grand.
D T. N1SIIETT. Secretary.
SNOW IN KANSAS
And will ha here noon. If you
jilon't want to froz, Rot n Stove
!nt half price from
The Secon-hand Man.
Local Cotton Market.
The cotton market opened steady
this morning. During tho early part
of the day theio was a .slight decline
but tho market went up sonio llvo
points and closed from oight to ten
points hotter thnn yesterday. Lint
cotton sold at from 0.25 to 0.40, seed
cotton 3.10 to 3.25. Receipts for the
day 300 bales.
Killed In Football Game.
Robert E. Lewln. right guard of
Haiti more Medical college football
team ,mot death yesterday while his
team was engaged in a fierce struggle
with the team from tho naval college.
Our Street Car Proposition.
Manager E. F. Ensworth of the Avd
njoro Coal and Power company in
Icnms the Ardmoreite that tho profiles
oi the Ardnioro street car lines run
ning from hero to tho coal mines are
now lu tho hmids of tho secretary of
the Interior nnd aro waiting lor his
nppioval of tho samo, when tho laud
will bo condemned and work will com
ir.enc o on the Hue.
Tho orders for ovorythins have been
rlaeod and -are awaiting Secretary
Hitchcock's o. k., when the work will
There is a leak, either in the water
main or In tho plpo leading from tho
nnln to tho Central hotel, which Is
causing a mud hole on A street,
northwest. Juht east of tho Ardmore
National oank which should bo rem
ee'led by the proper authorities.
When a woman Is built to show her
figure she couldn't hide it If sho were
nailed up In a packing case.
SECURITY VS. UNCERTAINTY i
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
T. N. Coleman's Drug Store
This enviable reputation is but the direct result of
our painstaking carefulness concerninK details of quality
unci work, and our habit of always civinu tho lowest orice
A bazaar will 1m held on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, October 20,
21 and 22. on tho lower lloor of tho
oj era house by the ladies of the Oath
ollc church. Dinner and supper will
ho served and many beautiful things
will l,o lor sale.
MRS. R. IIER5C,
Hanway & Owens.
John S. Owens of Dallas has arrlv
cd in the city and formed a partner
ship with I Hanway In the marble
business. Mr. Owens is a practical
marble man and tho volume of bust
ness done by Mr. Hnnway demanded
another man. Doth members of the
firm of Hanway & Owens aro young
aggresslvo gentlemen and will meet
with a liberal success.
Indian Camp Meeting.
At the Eufaula Baptist church, two
hnd one-half miles wost of Eufnula
yesterday, tho full-blood Indian con
Ki emit Ion assembled to hear the
preaching of tho funcrnls of their do
ceased members. Tho services lasted
about three hours and wore conducted
in tho Creek language. Tho singing of
the gospel hymns in the native tongue
Is llko the old country meeting house
'lined out" singing familiar. ami sweet
t: many. About fifty ol Eufaula's
citizens attended tho services nnd
took dinner on tho grounds.
The II. Y. P. U. Juniors will iclve a
social tonight at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. Marston. Vou and you
f i lends are Invited to assist tho young'
ei people lu spending n pleasant oven
I think tho reason you never seo
the picture on uu angel with a moiis
tnehet Is they have such a close shavo
to got there.
Vote for tho Renerolent Society
for tho Merchants' J5C0 contest. 11-lm
At the Police Court.
Four train jumpers were brought
before Judge Gait this morning. They
were lined $0.05 each, and falling to
pay same, were put to work on the
streets. Some four or flvo woro lined
by Judge Gait yesterday morning for
the Bamo offense and wero also put
to work on tho streets. Tho pollco
say the ordinance against riding nnd
ji.mplug on trains in the city limits
will be enforced to tho letter and their
work for tho past two day has cer
tainly given that Indication.
Knlghtt of Pythias.
Mombcira of Myrtle lodge No 7. K
P, should not miss the meeting nt
!ntlo Hall tonight. Come nnd bring
brother, lly reipiest of
JO IS M. LONDON, C. C.
This morning General Superintend
ent A. J. Davidson of tho Frisco sys
tem enmo up on his special train from
tho aouth and after looking over the
Frisco grounds here, went east on the
A. & C. road witlt the Intention of
going to Ashdown. We are told that
Mr. Davidson had six civil engliu'ers
i hoes for Everybody
Did you know that we
havo a pair of choes for
yoi Lome in nnd pick
them out. First come,
lit st served. They nt,
M' ;tr and nre tip to date-
PRICE $1.50 UP.
.lust nceived forty dozen
Infitnt's soft sole, nil col
ors, two latheiM.
LYNN, The Shoe Man.
Rogular meeting of Elk lodgo will
be hold Friday evening, Oct, 23, at 8
'clock A. W. DUNHAM, E. R.
R. L. SANDERS, Sec.
Royal Arch Chapter.
There will be a meeting of tho Ard
more chnpter No. 11 R. A. M. to work
in Royal Arch degree tonight, nt the
temple at 7:3u o'clock.
G. II. IIRUCE, II. P.
MAX Ml'NZKSlIELMER, Sec.
Mr. Hearst Not Here.
Matters over whrch thero seemed
1 1 bo no control called lion. W. R.
Hearst away from his party nt El
Paso, 'Tho young congressman lert
his party at that point for New York
and the disappointment of Oklahoma
aril Indian Territory people Is great.
Thofle member of lit party who
are bore, however, are receiving the
snme friendly welcome ns though their
chief had been along The meeting
this afternoon at the oeia house was
well attended and tho reception nr
conical the visitors was all that could
ho dealred. The school children wen1
In ovUlonee and no doubt IHt an im
picwiion on tho visiting ladl.-s and
gentlemen that thero existed sonio
chliw from old blocks which nhmild
be. handled with United States cciur
We will mnke special low prices on Trunks for tho next 10 days.
Wo have just received a lure consignment of snme from the Factory
and have not the room for them.
Facinators, Capes, Gloves, White Flannels,
Hed Flannel, Umlerwear, Blankets, Quilts, nil at
criittly reduce.! prices
OVERCOATS, SUITS and PANTS
lints, Hoots and Shoes are beincsold by us at the
lowest possible price.
Ask to see our $IO.OO M. & B. Suits.
Ask to see our $10.00 M. & B. Overcoats.
Overshoes, Wool Overshirts, Wool Underwear at prices to interest
you. We undoubtedly have the most desirable line of the above named
iroods in this section of tho country, and at prices to suit everybody.
Atk to see our s imples of tailor made Suits.
Yours for Business,
O. Iv. DENNES.
Tho funeral or Mrs. Maggie Pyeatt
twlfo of W. II. Pyeatt) aged 20 years
and 11 months, who died nt S:20 p.
in.. Tuesday. October 2o, lima, will
take place at tho llroadway Methodist
church Saturday afternoon at 8 o'clock
Services will ho conducted by Rev.
.1. F. Young. Interment will take
place hi Rose Hill cemetery.
i i in iii
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The artificial lake on Fifth nventio,
northwest, has been drained and dirt
will be put lu to take Its place.
Not ""that wo think It will do any
good, hut just lu order that the public
might know, wo reiterate that C street
west, at tho heads of tho two sower
mains, Is still in a had tlx and should
Moro Ruck's stoves ana ranges aro
sold In tho United SUlcs than any
othor ono make. That Is a protty
good ovldonco that they aro hotter
stoves. Iluy them from Noblo Bros.
The Orlo Club will me it Friday af
Itrnoi'n at 2:31) with Mrs. T. H. Stur
geon on Hargrovo Heights.
Now occupies the corner, opposite Noble Bros.'
1 1 ard ware Store.
Fclkcr is always in the front with the best gro
ceries and biggest stock. If it's in Ardmore Felkeij,
has it. If yon are not using Regal Flour, buy a sack.
It never disappoints.
CURTIS BACK FROM HIS TRIP.
Says He Picked Up Much Information
In Indian Territory.
Topekn.. Kas., Oct. 20. Congress
man Curtis lias arrived home from a
week's tour lu tho Indian Territory,
where he went to liivestlgnto condi
tions He says ho is loaded with
lrlormntlou which will bo of use to
him in congress tills winter, but he
does not care to talk about it until
he has It tabulated and put In shape.
"The Indian Territory Is a fertile
touniry," said he, "and when it is
oi'.ened up to settloment it will bo a
rich conuuonwoulth. I am well pleas
oe with my trip and am In shape now
ti deal Intelligently with nil cpiestlons
afflicting tho Indian country that come
up in congress this winter. '
The names of about 1U0 delinquent
tax iwyors have been tinned Into the
bauds ol" the chier of police by Tax
AssesFor Roberts for cofliectl'in. Of
course there Is extra cost attached to
this and ym delliupients will have
to pay tho ulll.
T T. Johnson shipped two hnrrcls
of apples from tho old Johnson rani h
tu the World's Fair commissioner for
the Indian Territory last Monday, to
be used lu Indian Territory's exhibit
at St. I.ouls. It Is not generally
known but It is n fact that tho or
chards on tho old homostouds lu the
Chickasaw country produco some of
tho flnyst fruit In tho Southwest.
Subscribe for the Ardmoiolte.
LOOK FOR THE
HALL & WLLIS,
The House Rurnisliers
Have just received two curloads of Cook Stoves, Knufje.'.
Heaters, Stove Sundries nnd Stove Hepaiis. These stoves
nre made by the Exceltior Stove and Manufntnrini; Co ,
Qnincy III , makers of the
Great National Stove Line.
rut i in i t ....
4 inese ijuok oioves ami itdni;es are uuuranteea aenmst ova
t cracking und nre not excelled by nnyimike of higher priced
stoves for quick cooking, holdiim hent, durability aud looks,
mid the prices are as low as cheaper makes. Cull and se
them. Kisy payments Your old stove taken in exchange.
Hall & HilllS, Phone 104.
Everything to keep lionso on.
20 ears iu the S'nvo Repair busin-s.
A tborouKb. practical tralulnt: Hclionl, complete anil up to ilato In uvurr ttei'-irttmint
Day unci hIkIU chMl tlio ontlro year. Day pukIIh attend nlstit ehool without trn
cliuruea. Tuition 7.le per month or $0 for unlimited nebolamntli. Hoard " to SI-.M
per month. No vacation. Pupil may enter at any time, Kvery pupil U placed on lit
rltH or may ailranco aa rapidly a Ul ability will permit. Thorouirli training lu
HtiorteM time conalatent with elllclency. Ituferencca Any bank or Uunlnex firm tn
OnlneaTllle. hor catalogue addiimn,
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