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S. R. BRUCE. FRANK BUTT.
Bruce & Butt
....GENERAL , INSURANCE....
Insurance of AM KinHs.
None But Firslclass Companies Represented,
Ovev lioiiner & Bouner's Drug Store
COME TO THE
ready for the spring
summer, with the
handsomest array of Suit
ings and Overcoatings ever
displayed in this part of
the country. ,
imported and Domestic
Fabrics of ' the highest
Your Complete Satis
Farthing Bros. Props.
I announce myself as a candidate
Jlr aldormnn from tho First Tvard,
subject to tho action of the Demo
cratic primaries. Election to ho
held In April, 1904.
U R. MARSTOK.
I horoby announco myself a candi
date for re-election for alderman for
the First ward at April election.
JAMES S. McCIIAREN.
1 hereby announce myself as a can
didate for re-election as alderman for
tho Fourth ward, subject to tho vot
ers of said ward at tho April city
election. W. A. GILLIAM.
The Ardmorelte Is authorized to an
nounco John Hoffman, Sr., a candi
date lor alderman from tho First
ward, subject to the wishes of nil the
voters of that ward. Election in
The Ardmorelte Is authorized to
announce J. R. Pennington as a can
didate for alderman from tho Third
ward at the April election.
Tho Ardmorelte is authorized to an
nounce M. M. Grltllth ns a candidate
for alderman from the Second ward,
subject to the voters of said ward.
Election April o.
Tho Ardmorelte Is authorized to an
nounco H. J. Snyder as a candidate for
alderman in the Fourth wnrd, subject
to the voice of the voters of that
ward at the election, Tuesday, April 5.
Our Imported novelties have arriv
ed. The only goods of the kind In
13-1' V. H. HYRD & CO.
A great many nre wondering why
wo are doing 3tich a nice business.
It Is very simple this Is the reaso
wo sell tile same goods for less
money. So why not' trade with us
ARDMORE DRV GOODS CO.
Spleglo's bread, cakes and pies nro
always in tho lead. Try a loaf and be
convinced. J. H. SPIEGLE, Prop.
These bargains can not nlwnys last
at Lentherwood's In shoes. 13-3
A few more days to buy shos of
.Leathcrwood at half price. 13-3
T. N. COLEMAN,
Only One Kalm.
None Just lllso him. No othur tlrlnl.8
such as his.
Julius Kali n r fountain nml parlor
nre the moat popular losorts in the
city for the host coM drinks nml
croom. .Julius gny then' Ir nono such
other nml he lias made such good
cream and sherhot, and mixed such
Rood drinks Hint he linn the people
believing ns ho. Ills parlor le lilted
up with every modern convenience
and Is henutlfiod in n manner that
makes n visit to Knhn's ft positive;
pleasure. Whether It's after church
or nfter the show, whether out driv
ing or down town' shopping, don't for
eet to visit Knhn's parlor. !:!"
Order your Ktister suit from Kurt St
The prettiest line of spring woolen
suit samples you ovor saw.
13-3 KARTHINO BROS.
It Isn't often that Sadies hnvo such
nu opportunity ns ltnmiey, tho drug
jtlst, affords this week. See his nd
in this issue.
H. J. Snyder Announces.
In tlil? Ifsuo tho Ardmorelte pre
sents in the announcement column
the name tf II. J. Snyder ns a candi
date for nlderninn of the Fourth ward.
.Mr. Snyder has been n resident of
Ardmore for tho past eight years and
during this time has added friend af
ter friend to his list by his excollen'
moral traits and strictly honest and
conservative busiiiesH dealings. The
t flairs of the Fourth wnrd entrusted
to tho keeping of .Mr. Snyder would
prove to the people that In the helec-
tion of good, honest, sound nldcrmnnk
matorlaT, they had mndo no mistake in
That's the difference, Kahn knows
how. His cold drinks nre always bet
Tho very latest Idea In Auto bags
just received every stylo nnd color
n pleasing one. See them If you do
F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist,
For setting from puro bred Barred
Plymouth Rocks. Seo tho chickens at
411 Xorth Washington St.
Htf S. S. TOLSON.
For information relative fo Rus
Sell's Rig Boll Prolific cotton see
E. B. PUGH,
9d&wtf Ardmore, I. T,
New Steam Dyeing
and Cleaning Plant
Opens for business Monday,
flarch Mtli. Hats cleaned and
blocked. Ladles' Garments given
New Steam process.
II. P. LONDON,
Third door North I I mt National Hank.
11. T klrby went to Norman today
C. .M. Joiner It In TIshomltiKo at
W. J. Hrown of l.ono Grove Is In
tho city today.
Sidney Suggs went to South .McAl
S. II. Houston of Wlchltn. Kan.. I:
In the city looking nfter his Interest.
A. J. Ilaxby of Dallas, a brick man
and contractor. Is In the city pros
pecting. C. V. Rollins Is here from Durnnt
lurking after his business Interests
at this plnce.
Dr. I). F. Ellis of Hereford, Texas,
is In the city the guest of his daugh
ter, .Mrs. Hugh A. Ldbotter.
.Miss Anna Hill, teacher In the na
tional school nt Sulphur, was the
Sliest cf Art! more friends yesterday.
Cornelius Hardy of Tishomingo
passed through tin- city yesterday en
route home from the Pattla Valley
Dr. J. V. Ilrerdlove. J. R. Har
rison, lloae Johnson. J. P. Hunter mil
other citlxcns of Dougherty are spend-
tig the day In Ardmore.
Judge Townsend, Attorneys J. E.
lumphrey. A. C. ('nice. II. II. Hrown.
W. D. Potter. C 0. Potter. II. M. Fur
man, S. II Russell and Hen Colbert
left yesterday for Tishomingo wiierr
court convened this morning.
Otto Month, who has been attending
the medical department of the M:s
our! University, hns returned home
to remain until October when he will
resume his work at the university
During hla vacation he will continue
his studies here under the direction
(if his father. Dr. 1 S. Itoolh.
Yesterday afternoon Nathan Echola
young colored man, started to
Salnesville, nnd when the trnln was
tut alwut the compress Echols, who
was on the steps, fell from the train
and fractured a leg. split the knee cap
and tore the ligaments that held the
mine. The wounds are very painful.
Stock Water Scarce.
G. M. Stewart, the well known stocK-
inan of FoMer. was hero today. Mr.
Stewart says thnt cattle came through
the winter In very line sluipe nnd thnt
grazing is getting good. Tho Foster
country Is well Mipplled with stock
wnter, but In sections where tanks nro
depended upon for stock wnter, Mr.
Stewart says there Is much complaint
about scarcity of stock water.
V. H. Murphy, superintendent of
the Chickasaw Compress company
will go to Ada about the first of April
to superintend the construction of a
compress In that town for the Ada
Compress company. Tho cotnprehs Ir.
being built by the Blrge-Forbes can
pany of Sherman, F. J. Philips of
Greenville, Texas, and other?. Tho
compress will have a dally capacity ol
A. M. Buchanan and J. m. Hill re
ceived by express tcday from Texas
two very line Jersey hogs. The hogs
are not four months old yet but
weigh 80 pounds each. The total cost
of tho two amounted to $48.
Your horse clipped
round for $3.
and shod nil
E. B. I.ukc Is very sick from an at
tack of pleurisy.
Frank Fore Dead.
Frank Fore, who was shot at tno
Delaware hotel in Fort Worth last
Thursday morning, died there last
night. The remains were taken to
Duncan today for butlal.
The Ladles' Aid Society of tho Cen
tral Baptist church will meet Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. Spraglns at 3
o'clock. MRS. W. E. RYAN. Pres.
An Old Soldier in Need.
Tho Ardmorelte Is Informed tliat
M. J. Leo, an old Confederate soldier
and a member of the John H. Morgan
camp, is now lying at his homo west
of Hargrove college In a helpless con
dition, and what Is worso thero is
nothing In the house for tho family
to Hvo on.
Mrs. Lee, his devotod and loving
wife, was down town tills morning and
tpent tho last two bits thoy had for
something to eat. She said that she
had been waiting on her husband nil
tho time, and had to turn him over
in the bed overy day.
Any one who wishes to help this
poor and nilllcted old soldier and ul
tumlly can do so byb driving by their
house and leaving any donation they
might feel disposed to offer.
Jas. K, Grain of Dsllaa has Joined
tils partner, M. K. Taylor, hero and
wlU establish perumnent headquarters
In tbia city. These geneUomeu ar
state agents for the Equitable Assur
New Sluts F.led.
In t' i-Mn- i ,u1. - '!!! ".
lt'Willh tii'W ait- liuw In . ;i (il
Myrm Km was w c O & G H i "
suit for damages to the amount i
$2o,onu. Tiu cause of action as nl
legod by the plaintiff was that on D"
comber 1. loo::,, plaintiff undertook to
hoard the enstbotiud passenger train
nt Provence to go to Mnnnnsvlllc. and
whllo getting aboard the train gave
a sudden jerk and Injured her on the
arm, right side and otherwise, from
which she hns suffered continuously
over since. She thinks $2fi.00n would
bo the pioper amount for the railroad
to give her for her pain and suffer
ing. C. R Smith . .1 II Dlllard, suit on
note for $372.
Ferguson .McKlnney Dry Goods Co.
of St. Louis vs. J. X. Ilarall. su't on
note for $5ttS.3i. the same b"ing .'tie
and payable on the Sth of February.
Maria Staiifk-ltl vs. Will Stanfield.
divorce suli. Cause of action, alian
It makes the horse comfortable nnd
you'll appreciate the change in him
when we have clipped him.
11-4 The Blacksmith
W. K. Alulllns of the fire depnrtnn iii
who has been busy for a week or more
cleaning off the water shed, raking tip
the leaves, burning the old log, ete .
reports the work completed and whin
the next rain comes nothing b pur.
wnter will run down Into the Uo.
Bert Simpson went out to the Ril
and Gun Club lake Saturday and
caught nine pretty black banK Three
of them were each eighteen inebe
Claude, the 9-year-old boy nt Mr
Ada Hlnes. who has been qui'1' -i'k
with pneumonia, It reported as being
A iiarty composed of the following
left today for an outing at Oil Springs:
M. lkard and wife. Will Ikard. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Tackett and Mr. and Mr.-.
Heart of Beaumont, Texas.
M. M. Griffith Announces.
The friends of M. M. Grilllth
tor nounce him today us a candidate
aldermnn from the. Second wnrd. Mr.
Grillth Is one of the solid business
men of the city. No man could be
farther than he from being an olllce
adulter. He Is a clear thinking busi
ness man and Is good nldermanlc tim
"Birds of a Feather."
1 Those who remember Ed Andrews
in the great Impersonation of KcUo
In Mikado, the part that made his rep
utation throughout the United States,
will have the opportunity of seeing
thin extremely funny comedian Sat
urday night in a character that ex
cel any of his past achievements lit
Uio humorous line. His splendid por
trayal of Mr. Hobbs In the comedy.
"Birds of a Feather," Is tho best in
which ho has ever appeared. Opera
house, March 19.
Artificial stone wins. We meet nil
12-3 ARTIFICIAL STONE CO.
E. B. Barnes reports live cases of
nasles In his family at present in the
south part of tho city.
S. W. Webfter. former partner of
J S. McCharen In tho grocery bus!
ness, has accepted a position with Y
B Lynn. Mr. Webster is at home
when It comis to handling shoes, and
Invites all hlH friends to call nnd n"X'
Are my best adver
tisement. Why not
become one of them?
Give me a trial and
you will ask nothing
better. Why? Be
cause I perform ev
erything I promise.
results, these are the
secrets of my suc
cess. I carry only
the finest grades of
Groceries and cater
to particular people.
Phone a trial order
to No. 112.
J. B. SMART
FOR WINTER WEAR,
When, taiii suow, sleet ami ice
will ruin the ordinary shoe, those
soli! by Lynn will give I hp utmost
sotislaction, nnd enrrv jon nlong
dry shod. We entry in stock nn
nn especially nice shoe for wet
dnys. Solid, henvy, substantial
nud wnter proof. Yet it is very
8hnpely nnd ns comfortable as it
w ,m. awv.N
Gwyn L Graham
FIRE, LIFE ARID ACCIDENT INSURANCE
OLD LINE COMPANIES.
'Phone Wo. 380.
ttecause it ' ? the best and made at home by
Whaley Mill and Elevator Company.
MtK VSrNT I-fit
Mutual Lite Insurance Co.,
01- NEW YORK,
Ttic Laret I.tte Insurance Comnauy
to tlie World, with BMFti of oirr
Sec them at their oflicc In the
Noble Building or call 'Phone No.
3 Ho and thev will take pleasure In
presenting the advantages of
over. alt other companies.
THE BRICK LIVERY BARN
Tishomingo, I. T.
Regular Daily Line of IJncke
between TishominKo and Ravin.
'Phone No. 70.
J. M. VESTAL, Prop.
W, A. RIDE
Puts in Water Works.
Does all Kinds of Tin
and Galvanized Iron
'Phone 388 Broadway
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NKW YORK.
The Lnrk'i'ft In the World, For Informa
tion and rates apply to
WJW. II. HILL,
hOH N. KoshiniitonLSl., AKDMORi:, I. T
The World's Stand
ard of a good Flour
Tyler & Simpson
R. S. OKAMAri
Tim Lending nml llci'ri'Ni'iitntlin
HtiMhvan Collegi' t tlii Hontli
ilns every chnmio nt suc
cess tbnt is offered her
brother. Tho very great
demand for intelligent
j oudr women with a good
prncticr'tnowledRe of mod
ern oflicO work and Bten
ourapby hns led us to men
tion tho fnct.
This modern Bnsiuess
Oolleco can take your
daughter nnd w a few
.monthf' time Jinvo her
ready to accept and hold a
irood, well paying positiou.
Write to us, or phono or
cnll. Will open Monday,
Mnrch 14, in the Postofllce
0. I'. SEI.VIUOK, A. M M Accta..
AIIDMOIIK. I T
Successor to Cuonto nnd Cox.
Passenger transfer line of
finest rubber tiro cnba
meets nil trnius.
Private calls g i v e u
Well equipped bnggngo transfer
II PifficumiusEtEVATon to. ps
pi purcell, i.t. m