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S s R. P. POLAND. Poland & Butt Hav opaned a general insurance office over the First National Sank, in Robert , Po land & fcruce's office, and solicits a sb.w'e of your business. uirtl2ti2ciui under this bead will t received bt the rt ot flvs (5) retiB ;er lino. No advertisement i'l' t fcr 1cm thtn fifteen (IB) :sntK. Special monthly rateB fur nished on application. Tut uoUce j-aj- contain any niatUr ol "Lost," Found," "For Rent," "tor bait-,' "Stolen," "Strayed," or any purpost. :tliout display lines. WANTED, WANT 15 1) Oue 11x14, 12-root wall hointe cheap fur cash. Quick. T. K. Kearney. 8if WANTED SEWLW. Mrs. M. 1'. Sni der, "18 West Main street, mnkos a sperlnlty or Indies' shirt waists and Rents' iickHkco Khlrts. U-Ct WANTED To buy a place of u or 0 rooms. A bargain for cash. Home care Ardmorelto. :' FOR SALE KOH SALE lirso swinging lamp $2, counter Hcalus $12; oil tank, soli measuring, $10; one 10-foot show oaho $10; one 0-foot show case $C; Two high, display show cases, $11; cash' drawer and combination show caso $5; one syrup pump $1.25. See Frank llutt, city. G-1L FOR SALIC 10,0(10 one and two-year old rooted grnpo vines. Apply to It. L. Hlner, Ijno drove, I. T. 6-1 m FOR SAIJC Now Uruiiswlck-Ualk Col. Co. pool table, cheap for caBh. Only been used about nine months. 11. T. Knox, Wynnewood, I. T. 3MSt FOK SALIC My homo pioperty, an 8 room house, wltn all furnlturo, fur nishings and surroundings for a comfortablo homo, corner First ave nue and D street, southwest. Or will trade same for Main street bus iness property. A. V. Doak, Ard more, I. T. ai-tf R FOR SALE 200 acres ot as lino farm I lng and fruit land as there is In 3 Northeast Texas, to trade for Ard moro property. Apply Sldnoy Suggs. FOH SALE First class soda foun tain comploto, cheap. O. Hates, Ardmore, I. T. 31-m FOII SALEThoroughbrod Poland China hogs. 15. II. Colbert, Tisho mingo, I. T. 23-lm IFOH SALE OH THADE My steam wood feaw outfit. Will lako wngon and team In part pay. L. H. Rober son. 3-Ct. FOR SALIC Well established nnd convenient rooming house, fully equipped, close In. Liberal terms. Apply tills olUce. 3-ti FOR SALE My homo place, North Caddo street. A bargain If taken quick. L. H. Roborson. .1-0 FOR RENT. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with table board. Call at Dr. Hu Klo's residence. fi-tf. FOR HUNT A lurulshed room. Ap ply Mrs. Smith, 317 Broadway. 5-2 TO RENT Furnished and unfurnish od rooms. Furnished room siilll ciont for two. Apply Mrs. William's. y 121 Filth avenue, nortliwost. 31-0 FOR RENT A nice sulto of otllce rooms. R. W. Randol. 27-tf. FOR RENT A storo building. Apply H. W. Randol. 27-tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms to rent, corner A and Fifth avenue, northwest. 12-t It Has Come. The cheap furnlturo from St. Loulf. for L. D. Mason, the second-hand man has arrived. 31-C V 4? 4R AH 4R 4K AR iR AH AH AR AR T. N. COLEMAN, DRUGGIST ''J'VVVVyTnrTTTT'irTV'TTVV'VTT FRANK BUTT. LOST. LOST In North Ardmore, a medium weight bunny laproli. Finder re turn to Ardmoreite olllce nnd re ceive reward. 7-2t LOST A red leather traveling satch el containing a number of article Including school books. Will pay liberal reward for It return t Westhelmer & Daube. 2-3 1 FOUND. FOUND hi my lot, two bay ir.aro mules, 15 hands high, with harm-as mark. One haa halter. Owner ran Ret panic by paying cxpenx 1 Weat, Dairyman, Ardmore, " !. T. 4-t r VICTIM OF PNEUMONIA. W. M. Lawson, a Wl Known Promi nent and Popular Stockman cone. W. M. Ijiwkou, a stockman, well known In the Chickasaw Nation and whose homo was in Northeast Ard more, died yesterday of pneumonia at Tishomingo. Mr. Iiwsou was fnero tniiiMictltiK some buslne! when 'no was taken sick. Ilia family went to his bedside at once nnd rendered him all aid that wit possible until the end enme. Mr. Utweon was a man or ')f or (!() year and leaves a wife nnd live children. Ho hud been success ful In his denlluga and was n man or some menu. For a great number of yearn he had made thla country his hone and enjoyed a wide circle of frlenda. He was a pioneer whose word was rexnrdeel as Ills bond and In his lostt the Chickasaw Nation mourn tlie departure of a useful citizen. Business House for Sale. Wo have for sale a first-class busi ness house, contrally located on Main street, in llrst-clnss repair, yields an Income of 15 per cent on Investment. Seo Illnnton t Herkshire, Insurance A Kent a. second stairway woat of hlttington Hotel. Phono 50. 4-3i The large stock of Herald shoes at .1. A. Iealhorwood'H has boon pur chased by Mr. II. U Hill at a his dis count. The aaiuo will lit a few diya be put. on sale at a great sacrifice to close out tho entlro stock at onc?. Watch for this sale, If you will ever need shoes. 7-2t. Oriental colfocs, tho llnest known to tho market. Fresh shipment just received nt 1 -indium llros. 7-3 Look In "MY LADY'S WORK BAS KET" Wednesday afternoon. Notice tho beautiful array of Val entines in our window, then cm., in nnd seo the rest. Prices range from 5c up to $5 F. ,1 RAMSEY. S-ii Seed BULK Seed JUST RECEIVED. 2 cars Texas Red Rust Proof Outs. Two cars enno, amber and orange. Onp car Irish potatoes, Tennessee Triumphs. 1 mlxod car Northern corn, beans, peas, millet, alfalfa and nil kinds gar den seed and onion sets. Seed sweet potatoes In a fow days. Farmers' nnd gardeners' patronage solicited. E. II. PUC.H, 3-d&w. Main St., Ardmore, I. T. For Sale. Two flno Jacks, "Star Light Chief" and "Haucock," age respectively C and 7. Sired In Tennessee. Mndo two seasons In Territory. Show fine record. For particulars addross G. P Dickinson, Davis, I. T. 17-lm to to to to to K to to to to to to to PERSONAL MENTION. f I. m K I'licnu l t licic trciiii Hynn I W. Mill Is In the city irom (rr. II. ('. Hennctt la hcrv from Ityars. S. P.. Pine Is In tho oil) from Co- inane hV. O. l. Htewsrt is in the city from Foster.. J. H. l.ealber.un"or Pauls Valley la In Tn city. ' ' ' Mrs. J. I). Rennetl haa returned from a brief visit to Fort Worth. A. C. Young has gone to St. Ixiula to buy furniture Tor Ms cture hew. A. M. Forllrtf of Oklahoma City Is among the visitors In tne city today. Mrs. V. H. Itawltn,'a fanner Artl pore tnlllliK-r, Is In the elty fm MM Creek. V. It. Smit'i ot the Ardmore Nation al bank came in to lay from Oa'.ne- villo. Dr.. O. I . I! unds, Jim and John Webber anil J. M. McDaniela nrr in the city from (Iraham. C. B Hell, representing the v.. Heggs. Hons & Co. drug house of Chi cago, wax here today In the Interest at that big concern. Samuel .Morris, one of tlie street railway directors. Is In the cfly from Cotimihua. Ohio, to attend it meeting tA tlie Mtockholdera of the company. Pete Heugiiu. the MnilliavlIlH Imrher, was here today. Mr. Reagan at one time made Ardmore his home and Is considering a proposition to move hack. Rev. D4iii Curb, who has caie of the Ilaptlst church at l)iio drove and Cheek, waH here today. He reports the new church nt Cheek as being finished. Mall Service on the Frisco. Through the accommodation of the Filaeo, mall service will bo establish ed from thla city cast ftver the Arkan sas and Choctaw today. For some time the government has hud service I'loni AatHlown. Ark., to Madlll over this road. In order to satisfy the de ti'niiila of Its pationa, tho Frisco agreed to enrr" the nmil between .Ma dlll and Ardmore. It is supposed that within tlie next lew days the run of the mall clerks will be extended on Into this city ftoiu AbImIowii. At present no mall will be taken on or dollevored at any ot tho offices between Ardmoro and Madlll.. Fine Horse Flesh. C. A. Shelton, representing Mc Laughlin llrcs of Kniisno City, Import ers of flue horses. Is In the city. Mr. Sl.elton has wiUi him a very line Pereheron horse that may be seen at tho barn on Uioadway. Tho horso is valued at $3.in and Is the prettiest animal ever seen in Ardmore. Mr. Shelton has sold threo of thoso horaos to one company In Illnckwell. 0. T and has shipped and weld nine in the Creek Nation. Wonder what It is? "MY LADY'S WORK BASKET." Miss Collins has sonio pretty street hats for the early spring wear. 7-3 Visitors In Ardmore. Among the territory people in the !ty are V. A. Culwell. Iliirneyvllle; Joe N. Taylor, Gainesville, Texas; A. T Schnild. Wynnewood; R. D. Wei ll rn. Chlckaslia; D. Williams, Hush Springs; .1. M. Stephens, Duncan; ( has. Wninsoctt. Thackervillo; P 11. Adams, H. K. Allen and D. R. Jones, Tishomingo; J. 11. Wilson, fureoll Expert stenographic and copying work done on short notice. Olllco hour from 5 t 8:30 In tho evonlng. MRS. COLEMAN, Vfitt Morgan Hotel. lo8t. T W C Found. RAO For Rout Y N L For Sale T U Heli) Wnnted M Rooms for Rent. N Come, Come , Come, Old maids, old bachelors, young maids, young bachelors to the valen tine social Saturday, Feb. 13. 7-4 Don't fall to send tho children Val entines this year. ' dives them n lot of pleasure and don't cost much If yon get the Valentines at F. J. Hnm sey's. s-ii Get figures for building closets from Marston. Mm Seo Marston for curbing on streets or yards. o-lm The Ladles' Aid society of the Con tial Haptisl church will mo it I'-esday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mr Sid ney Suggs, corner Sovonth avenue and North Washington street. MRS. P.. H. CONLEE Sec. See our novelties In veils. 7 WESTHEIMER & DAVI5E. FOR WESTERN. CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. Bill introduced Ry'Jvnkins of Wiscon sin for Appointment By President of Three Additional Judges to to Constitute Court. Special to the Ard morel te. Washington. Feb. S. Representa tive JenkltiR of Wisconsin today In trodiiced a hill to provide for the ap polntmint : nie additional judge loi the Western. Central and 8outli. tn districts, h i-pectlveljr. The bill i.invidea lor tJto appoin ment by tin- president ot threw wlili tlonal Judge- ;n consiltute a court of appeal for li In-Hini Tcrr.ton The Sick. J. W. Wan- is ry li k with pneu monia, at hu room, .tin North Wash ington streci. J. C. O rah am Is aide to it up af ter several days' tonflnement with ta grlppo. S. P. gpraddlin Is reported quite sick at his home, 529 O street, north west. Mrs. .1. W. Mooe la reported sic i at her home. 132 K street. northwei. .1. II. Smart la able to sit up t day. Mrs. W. S. Wolverlou is t,ome bet ter after a twverw apell of la grippe M. J. Parker, tho Ardmorelte repmt ei, is oil' duty to.l&y on account or grippe. (toorge Adams is sick with la grippe at tils room over Kendall's grocery storo. Miss Kite Olive la reported null' sick at her home on North Washing ton street.. The entire family of Mr. Worley. on 1J street, northwest, are mote or loss III with la grippe and fever. .Mm P.elle Crilli, who 1ms been quite sick at her home on Carter avenue, southeast, is reported better today. Clella Crlm, one of the Chickasaw TeIei4iono company's telephone mes senger lHiys. Is recovering from an nttnek of la grippe. Mr. J. M. C. Hamilton Is recovering from an attack of la grippe. E. W. Carlton, a member of the ral carpenters' union. Is seriously 111 at his homo on Carter avenue, south east. J. A. Haird, "West Main street, i reported quite sick. MY LADY'S WORK DASKET 4EXT WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. Mortuary. Mrs. E. 11. Pollock, a widow iiKe. 70 years who lived on West Main btreot. died Saturday mornliiK at 1 1 : :t o'clock-. Tho remains wore nivon In torment at 2: 3d yesterday afternoon in Koso Hill cemetery. The funeiol service! were conducted by Uev. S. I Ooddaril of tho Broadway M. E. church. Mrs. Llzxlri Thompson, aged 2S years, died Saturday of piieuimnila three nilleis east of hero. Tho remains were given burial Sunday at Provence Deceased was a daugiiter-ln-Iaw of S. T. ThonipMiti who is well known here. Girls, come and hear the story that never grows old. Boys, the chance of a life time at Mrs. Kaudol's, Fri, runry 13. 7-t Stringed Instruments. Mrs. N. ('. Wood, stringed instru ment teaciier at Hargrove college, will give part of her tlmo In hor studio up stairs In Wlieolor building on cor ner of Main nnd C streets, for the benellt of those who do not caro to walk out to tho college. Will ho K'ad to we her friends at any time. Call and seo her. . Tdwtf W. C..T. U. Tho W. C. T. U. will meet Wednes day, Feb. It), at 2:30, In tho C. P church. All members are asked to coino prepaied to pay duos. Also l" cents towards the World's Fair W '' T U. water fountain. .MILS. E. M. OOFF. Pies Marfeton can save you money on am kind of masonry. . 9-ltni The Ladle' Aid Society of ih. Presbyterian church will entertain " ' the homo of Mrs. C. P. Van I)enb. r I Wednesday afternoon, liexInnliiK at o clock. All nro Invited. Adnu sloii 1." cents. Adjourned Meeting. Tho stockholders' meetfiiK of Ardmoro CojiI anil Power company K ailjourncd until Friday, Feb. 11. ai 10 o'clock in tho Olllce of Herbert Walker & Cannan SUII, WEEKS. S. r FOR WINTER WEAR, When in ti, -now, sl.it ainl ice Till ruin tli o: diofiry -bne, -li.. , !'li In Lynn will give the -.tin 8Htisiueiu t), aud carry jtm l t diy sho. Werairy in .r(ek m, bu eajipci,illv nice shoe tr d.. Solid, heavy, sn lt tkn t im I tod WRtfr proof. Yet it t v." shapely and as ionifnithi. . H. .t is durable. LYNN, 116 w. n. tiwMi. 115 UPC Vour Property With CWYN & GRAHAM GENERAL INSURANCE They represent the Oi.pkm- m Riisr IIRK, LiKK ASH AcrmiiNT Coinp;uiies in the world. Csill and soc us. in the NOBLE BUILDING. Plansifter Flour Hcc.iuse it i the l e.st and made at home by Whaley Mill and Elevator Company. CONSULT WANT COLUMNS. lxst. Kound. For Kent. For Sale. Help Wanted. Hooms for Kent. Furnished Hooms. This advertisement will not Interest you If you are not need. lug or contemplating buying a Typewriter, but If you do need one or AlOKIS than one, let this notice remind you that two or three kinds arc for sale ou easy terms by IK) YD, nt THE BOOK STORE, On the Way to the I'ostolflcc. BROWN & BRIDCttAN, Undertakers and Embalmers. Up to (Into in every respect. Complete lino of Collins, Caskets. Burial Robes. Shoes, Uose. fJlovos. etc. Culls intended to promptly day or night, and your loved ones will be handled with tenderesl euro. Have a beauti ful line of picture mouldings and can frame your pictures on short notice. Call and see us. Next door to P. O. Ajduiore. I. T. N'itfht calls promptly answered at Phone No. 7. ailiio Restaurant, MKa. C. riliYlIU. liop Chili, Fish, Outers, Lunch l()c. First class nun' with hot (Isli 2.ic. S. 'iraham : THE EAST SIDE RESTAURANT $ The best placo In town to get the GENUINE FRENCH DRIP COFFEE. !- Meals at all Hours. Phomj 214. t KATIE WILLIAMS, Prop. ,:. SMOKE The Elrio Home Mada Union IVIade Best 5 Cent Cigar in the City. 1 W. P. POLAND, I A M I C- Buys nnd sells bind, intikes f I base contruetf, st-cures al- X I lotments for citizens, keep firstclnus suivejor in oflice, Z & work Ktinrautc-d. Onice over f I Fiwt Natiomtl Bauk. The Fiuigt Hi hfIs. Steak, Mutton. SaushKe. Ktc , and the Fieshtst Vece tables are nlwaye found nt KERWER & HOFFMAN. LEADER The World's Stand ard of a good Flour.. Tvler & Siiiiosoii Company. !A Good Inner. WHOLESALES DISTRIBUTORS.