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R. P. POLAND.
FRANK f-UFT. Poland & Butt Have opened a general insurance office over the First National Bank, in Robert , Po land bruce's office, and solicits a sb.ire of your business. WANT COLUMN, iilvertlsement under this "aeaa will t received at the rt of flv (t) cents per line. No advertisement rcelved for less than fifteen (IB) tmU, Special monthly ratea fur nished on application. Tue notice may contain any tnattsr of "Lost," Tounrt." "Kor Kent," "For 8ale," "Stolon," "Strayed," or any purpose without display Unci. WANT EO. W'ANTHU Position, hounework ot any Mini with goo.l family by in ihutrlotia yuniK lndy. Addiow A. U euro Anlmoreltu. FOR 8ALE. KOIl SAUSTliorouahbrurt Poland China boss. n. H. Oolboit, Tlsho inliiKO, I. T. 2G-lm 10 H SALE At iv bargain, complete set pool hall fixtures, good as uev. See :no quick. W. V. Whlttlngton. 21tf. FOR SALE One largo bay carriage horse, or will tnulo him for two good ponlos. Crown IlotUlng Works. 21tf FOK SALE OR RENT A twenty-room hotel Direct your mall to U Mc Donald's lunch counter. Ardmore, I. T. 7-lni. FOR SALE Twenty rull-blood barred Plymouth Rock roosters. Light bluo variety. A. E. Rogers, South east Ardmore. 29-lm. FOR SALE 200 acres of aa lino farm ing and fruit land as there is in Northeast Texas, to trade for Ard more property. Apply Sidney Suggs. FOR SALE A good rubber tiro buggy, a horse and harness at a bargain. Apply this offco. 22-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Three 4-rooni dwellings, newly and neatly finished. All on Park Vlow. Sco mo for terms. W. F. Whlttlngton. 24tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms to rent, corner A and Fifth avenue, northwest. 12-t Montague Is Again V.'ct. Montague, Tex., Jnn. 25. The re rent d'ocislon ot the criminal court of aj.peala in the Cooke county case puts Montague county in Uio wo', column again. At the last election all the piecincts were combined save one. No r.c.ubt thoro will bo an elect!.' .1 for the v 'lolo county during the y'(i to tie c 'do tho i&Hiio anew Specials for Big Feet. Men's Shoes Dress and work Shoos, all solid leather ,rIzcs 00 to 11 only. Worth $1.&0 to $2.00. Now 95 cents. CINCINNATI RACKET STORE. Fresh shipment of high grado cof fees just received at Landrum Hros. 24-3t. J. C. Lively Is quito sick with kid ney trouble at 3ils homo on West Main street. The Broadway Meeting. Tho meeting last night at tho Broad way Methodist church was an Inter esting ono nnd much interest Is be ing taken In theso union services. Tho special talk to men Sunday afternoon wan llstonod to with much Interest by n good congrcgntlon, nnd tho pastor feela so much encouraged over It that he has concluded to hold anollior one next Sundny afternoon. Notwithstanding tho cold freezing weather yesterday Uio waterworks In hpector mndo four taps to tho mains. 4? 4? T. N. COLEMAN, DRUGGIST' 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 Application has been made to the tho vhy for watt-r connwtlon or tho United States Jail. Iuro, whole Miinu water from tho city's reservoir will be furnished the prisoners to drink. The IJ. V. P. U. social that was IHmtponed from laat wook will 1h- kJv on ThurMlay evening at the home of A Nichols on Tenth avnti. north- Attend tho "(lilws Who?" il Thurftday ('veiling at the homo of A. Nichols. Don't forget to bring that picture. Under nuiiplros of M. Y. P. Ij. Sfi-.l Democratic Meeting. A UHM'tlng of the Ardiiiorc Demo cratic club Is hereby called for Satur day, .lanuary It.'. IfliM at ":3n p. in at the city hall In Ardmore. for the pur potio of electing plUcers for nnd trans uding such other business ns limy come before tho meeting. All Demo crats nre requested to be present. .1. C. THOMPSON, Pros. JAMES II. J ATI I Kits, Sec'y. May 's Court. In the mayor's court yesterday the Tyler-SimpMHi Co. sued .1. II. Spt-io for $.12.rn on account. Some complaint o water plpei linrstliiK Horn the froer.c this morning by ptii'tkK who dhl not take tho pro- i ut It .ii of cutting off the water Inst ni-jht. Yesterday's Fire. A lire alarm was turned in yesterday afternoon about 1:30 o'clock and tho department made a remurknblc quick run to U. A. Simpson's house, 303 fi street, southwest, where they found the Iluo to be on fire and was making Its way onto the roof. A few mimics delay and the house would have been burning good. Mr. Simpson was on his way home when the alarm was turned In. and as the firo department passed him ho could not help admiring their alert jicsh In getting to a lire, not dreaming that it was his own Iioumj in Jeop nrily. Tho fire boys were kindly remem bered with a nlee lox of cigars. Scarlet Fever. A special to tho Fort Worth Record from South McAIester says: "Scarlet fever has broken out among the school children In tho city nnd one of tho ward sieliools had been el wtl on a count of It. Every effort is being made to prevent an epidemic. What Cleveland Thought. New York. Jnn. 2.r.. Ex-President Cleveland, when asked at his home In Princeton today what ho thought of W. J. Bryan's ultimatum thnt no man who voted for Palmer and Iluckner could get the presidential nomination at tho St. 1 .on Ih convention, said: "O he's get the same Idea In his head again. Let him keep It. I fully bellevo that tho convention will do the right thing by nominating a good hon est Democrat. Who thnt man may bo I don't know. As for Mr. llryan 1 have said all that Is worth while say lug la reply to his so-called ultima turn." Charges Against a Postmaster. Vlnlta, I. T., Jan. 25. Ycstorday morning olllcors arrived In this city Captain Hlackwell, jiostniaster at Illi nois Station, in tho CheroKoe Nitlo-i Somo timo ago an insiicctor wns sent to tho Illinois station postolflcc, nnd It Is alleged that ho found d shortage In HInckwell's accounts amounting to $700. Ho wns arrested and brought to this city, wliero ho will have to answer to tho ehargo that has been mndo against lilm. Subscribe for tho Ardmorelto. THE SNAKES AND SOME CREEKS ARE IN REVOLT. There May Be Bloodshed The Kee toowahs Are In Greenlcaf Moun talnc Holding War Dance Threaten Every White Man Muskogee, !.- Tv, Jnn. 25. The Snnke Ihdlnns and part' of tho Creek tribe are again hi revolt and this time it swmm that there will be blood shed. They have liwn In constant com munication with the Uotoowalm of the Cherokee Nation holding council of war, and an a result the Ketoowahs have left their l'ime., sfock. grain and f-verythlim and none up in the (iieen lA'tJ mountains, where tluy will hold tholr war dame and they ay on their return lhy will kill ev ery white limit in algnt. This was Imfiii'il throtiKh tlirce cour iers wImi 'Him in lo.lay from Texiiim, I. T.. Uie neat or the Ketoowans tribe. The Snake have g ,ne to Pint Rock, where their medicine is made an.l the residents of that section a wait the ic sult with anxiety. JAPAN TAKES RAILROADS. Assumes Control of All Private Con cerns for Military Purposes. I.ondon, Jnn. 2fi. The eortospondent of tho Dally Telegraph from Toklo sends In Uio following statement: 'The ortlclal (ia.ettt- iiIIIh1iv. .m Imperial rdlance empower! u. the government to atwimo control of all private railways for military pur poison. u "Tho situation Is vory grnvo and developnientM are lmurly expected." Murdered In His Office. Slieiman. Tex,, Jan. 2G. R. C. Francis, book-keeper for tho firnyfon County Oil Mill nnd Cotton company, was murdered In his olllce at 7 o'clock this evening. The killing Is a complete mystery. A Mexican Is held on suspicion. Accordeon pleated silk In tho most grotcsquo designs imaginable, Inter laid with dellcnte folds of chiffon Js among somo of tho pretty fashions of early spring hats at Miss Russell Shinholsor's. 24-3t. Odell Invites Negro. Rochester. N. Y., Jnn. 2.1. John Wj Thompson, a negro and )olltlcal lead er of his race In Monroe county, ha'a received a liersonal Invitation from (Jovernor Odell to attend the Thurs day reception at the executive man sion In Albany. Thompson Is snid to be the first no gioe to receive such honor. He is popular with both races nnd Is said to bo a frlond of both tho governor and President Roosevelt. Local Cotton Market. The market opened steady nnd elos ed tho name way today, being a little up. Lint cotton wns worth from 13 to 13 1-2 cents. Receipts light. THE DISTRICT COURT. Still Taken Testimony In the Emma Gaines Murder Case. The attention tit the court Is still occupied with tlie ICinma ('nines mur der case, and up to noon today the lawyers wete still examining witness es. Tho following other business wns transacted: Joe H raw ley. charged with assault to kill Jess RotibliiKou, offense reduced to assault: defendant pleaded guilty, lined $25, cost remitted, lino paid. Leonard Simpson, nssault to kill, re duced to assault, pleaded guilty, flneil $25, given 30 days In jail in which to pay. John II. Bernard, assault to kill, re duced to aggravated assault; pleaded guilty, lined $50, given 30 days to pay. Ix.'o Sims, assault to kill, reduced to assault; pleaded guilty, lined $25, given 30 days to pay. Polio Davidson, larceny; dismissed. J. Brazlel, falso claim against the United Stntes; dismissed. Holler Propriety Co. vs. S. M. Ram son, Judgment of commissioner a 111 rul ed. J. M. Addler, city, was admitted to the bar. (. '.. Feklor was appointed notary public at Dlxlu. To Segreagate More Lands. Aidmorelto Special. WaKllillL'ton. I). f' .Inn jr. ll,iu-r I suntatlvo Slmckloford of Missouri has1 Introduced a bill authorizing Setrc tary Hitchcock to mid to aggregation and reserve from allotment certain coal ami asphalt lands In tho Choctaw and Chickasaw nations. Tho objet U to add these lands to and makethrin i a part of the coal and asphalt mining ' leases now In effect to which these' DOYLE OF PERRY CHAMPIONS CAUSE BEFORE COMMITTEE. Speaking From Non-Partls.in Stand point Scored Opposition Repeat edly The Committee Favorably Impressed Report Expected. Arumoreito Spivial. Wnnhlngtoti. D. C, Jan. 26.--Today Thomas Doylo of Peiry. O. T., appear od before the territories committee, and In an addrcstt of two hours showed coucluiey why Oklahoma and In dlan T rritory should lie admitted into the I'nlon am one state. Doyl htko from a nonpartisan ( H lid h miii and m-ored the iipposii ion repented I) nnd hfltfrly. ' He --.lid the opiMHtitlou h prompt eil by jmi-tj ex-HMlleucy and --elf In'c eat against the general welfare i".' the pei. pie of both Oklahom.i ami l.i dlan Tcirliory. The--" two territories, he nahl. would iii-ike ail Ideal state; the In ter'a go hi nillienil remmrces yet In lufaui coupled with tho vnst fertile Held oi Oklahoma, w uld nmk e a state second only to none iv the West, and gne assurance of a new and grand comnionwonlth. In defining tho boundary lines ol a new state, congrost should follow Its ciiHtom os maintaining an equilib rium, licnco the national boundary of Oklahoma should Include. Indian TcrrI U ry, and with such boundaries the rapid growth of the preent huge lt lea in Indian Territory would be a surod. In allowing how well the people id tho Indian Territory compared -iili oilier people of the Unkui, he refuted the statement made before the com mlltee by Senator Clark, who vlllillod the people of the Indian Territory and denounced them as tho most lawless people In tho ITnlttsl Slate. Mr. Doyle mndo a very favoratile impiosfilon on tho committee, who af terwards congratulated llm upon ills strong argument for single statehood. Hls plea has cousilerably strength ened the sentiment among committee moil for slhglo stntehood and a report to that effect cap now bo expected. Tito committee adjourned until Thursday when Mr. Doyle will bo givem .itirther hearing. Provide for Pharmacists. Ardnioro Special. Washington, 'T. C. Jnn. 2C Sena tor Stewart rns Introduced a bill to provide for pharmacists practicing In Indian Territory. Tho bill has the approval of Secretary Hitchcock ''The Washington Special." A telegram from R. E. Stafford of Oklahoma City this nfternoon says "Oklahoma speclnl carrying single stntehood delegates loaves hero next Saturday evening. So far known nhcut thirty going." This means a rate of one and one' third for round trip unless as ninny as 100 can be secured when tho rato of one faro will bo allowed. Deputy Smith brought In from Rynn today one W. T. Berry, who Is charg ed with tho thofl of a lot of cotton over there about tho 18th of Decern her. Commissioner Morris commit ted 111 id . There nre 118 prisoners In Jail now. Albert Ronnie canio down from Pauls Valley this morning and left on the first train for Tishomingo. For Sick and Nervous People. Wo have n euro for norvous and unsteady poople, weak, flcshless pco- plo, and pimply, palo sallow, pcoplo; peoplo who aro troubled with loss of ambition falling memory, depression of spirits, lack of confidence, norvous headache and wakefulness, all theso symptoms aro producod by woakonod nerves, brought on by watery conul tlon of tho blood. Mako strong, rich. rod blood and furnish food for tho nerves Is tho way to stop tho source of disease, and tho euro then Is only a question of days. Tho best flesh and blood bulldor Is Dr. Ounn's Wood & Norvo Tonic, In tablet form to Uko at meal timo. Sells at 75c a box. or 3 boxos for $2, at all druggists, People gain from 1 to 3 pounds of solid, heal thy flesh per weok by tho tiso of this medicine. That la an Indication that it is doing good. For sale by W II Frame, druggist, IS THE BEST CLOTHING WYLER, ACKERLAUD & GO,, Maker;, Clnclonnll. Ail your Dealer pr Write ler Doollel, IWUFklTAPV L 4 II l 1 I Mil Fi fit is easier to count money than shoes, therefore we will give ten per cent off f on every pair shoes sold until Feb. 1, Stacy Adams & Co, excepterj. fThis mtmne $5 shoes for i-l.f'l) nnd $3 50 bIiocr for 3.15, etc. Our shoes nre marked in jilnin llcures. You can fdo your own Hcurine;. Mso -o , ' Misses Button Blioes, 13 to 2 v r Worth $1.00, nt 50c Also 7(j ptur Lndies Button Shoei-, sizes 2 1-2, 3 1-1!, 7, 8. r Worth $2 nnd $2.f.O, nt 75c f LYNN, THE SHOE MAN.- W. fl. (hvyii. In SlirC Your Property With GWYN & GRAHAM GENERAL INSURANCE They represent the Oi.ukst and Bhst Fikic, Likk and Act i dknt Coinpsinies in tlie world. Csill and hog us. in the NOBLE BUILDING. .USE. Plansifter Flour Because it t tlie best nnd iinule at home by Whaley Mill and Eleyator Company. A Vest Pocket Doctor. Never In tho way, no trouble to car ry, easy to take, pleasant nnd novor fnlllng in results nro DoWltt's Little Karly Risers. A vial of thoso llttlo pills In Uio vest pocket is n certain gunrantco against hennche, bilious ness, torpid liver nnd all ot tho Ills resulting from constipation. They tonic nml strengthen tho liver. Sold by all dealers. The hats for this spring nre a mnr vol In novolty nnd nppearanco, some nre made of stained split wood and straw, and In shapes hltlierto un thought of. Sec the new one nt .Miss HuskcII Shinholsor's. iH-St Subscrlbo for tho Ardmorolto. This advertisement will not interest you If you arc not need Ing or contemplating buying a Typewriter, but If you do need one or MOKU than one, let this notice remind you that two or three kinds arc for sale on easy terms by BOYD, at II THE BOOK STORE, S On the Way to the Postofflcc, BROWN & BRIDGA1AN, Undertakers and Embalmors, Up to ditto in overy respect. Complete lino of Collins, Caskets, Burial Robes, Shoes, Hose, filovos, etc. Calls attended to promptly day or night, and your loved ones will bo handled with tondorest care, llavo a beauti ful lino of picturo mouldings and can framo your pictures on short notice. Cull and seo us. Next door to P. O. Ardmore, I. T. Night calls promptly answered at Phone No. 7, SALE!? 7 ti. S. (Irilmm. THE EAST SIDE RESTAURANT Tho host placo In town to gt Uio OI5NUINI! FIIHNG1I DRIP COFFEE. Meals at all Hour. Phono 214. KATIE WILLIAM8, Prop. : SMOKE The Elrio Home Made Union Made Best 5 Cent Cigar in the City. HANWAY & OWENS, Successors to COM) & JOHNSON, Marble and Granite Dealer. Estimates furnishou on monu ments, tombstones and iron fencing-. Office at marble yards, South Washing-ton Street, Ardmore, I. TJ A Good Dinner. The Finest Roasts, Steak, Mutton, SauBug-e, Etc., and the Freshest Ve-je-tables are always found at KERNER & HOFFMAN. LEADER. The World's Stand ard of a orood Flour Tvier & Simnsop Company. lands nro contiguous, I WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS.