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SOH TERR "CHY. -S"CYD BY F .- MHIIMIU IIHUHItH 4 . H f IHt OS'. vf pat ..'-'... .WJ Xia- U Territory aa? T tto JimOu! J 1 Ar-issorette- ...CUra tMary of tk tenttory Tto j l"i tiOey. L T Hay 5 - "r- SIDNEY SUGGS, Prtffif.it. ia&d Mil Teerfcory U II-. ta storm feet 3.:srij aids v itut auie. m o..i.oaa ta la ien.r TrtT taarnit ef ? per eaa. At til e tto j wlirim 7H.VH. Ttore are II -Wi SEWS OVER THE "PHONE. J 11 J -w r wVww-kwV J-L i-i Jv ' ' 1. I - ...... BERKSHIRE GORMAN Esters t t posvy&t . Arwseore as coa4U4 KU Xitsx. Ooe Ot SttttrpUn ?.ite: at asoath ye PiyiMe la. AdTiae,. ...Jt 14 JM redhK The oady tAofJ system tc JtUrartMa Srj,T stoat of UK tl mw&kt cat 1a teat i imar. trnr '-e Tee toesitr,; itm a tto : f TXe OFFICIAL N'EVSPAPERof tie ' lll 7 T ' . Territory It that X the trttol Kteoto. tto CUrtufcv luk AMrMUOK o ' uiiuiMj Vf tkt awend trIW. TIM pptrlatic of nt.4 fey nMfitM. 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U J AJser CM, Ch i nuft B",y'iwt tto hmmm. ft U etlmatd ! ,or tb1'' lfrt6B a vorUy u Pioh Vaiity. 1:4 p. m.,ia tA Trttory. u mmt pk w at Are at 11 o'clock U'.nrttj t cl- Tim arc tfi wtwppm pob!Ui-1 T5ifo. wrt for tfe r't yr iu alaMMt totally dt.-.T ; 4 la l4Ua Terrttcty. taty of tt4 wttk tto atore tto Ir 4prtaBt jor . vktrk ar teiliML Tkm at fortr-1 uao """I ta prt year lis troi 0t r4MUal aoatoaVca, accor4- la to tto rnorx of IMS, aa4 tto m fL wi;; caiT b eorrotwi If frrwagto to tA u aUoa of tto yaMlaton. 0ttlatM m Cl'..v Ks (VbVM A K. C. El ... (Nortibocnl) Oabarao A K. C B U:M . at. CtmU'". 0"r.Utma I Oolf P.li. Arc at ArdaMra 1:M a. av Irr Artnor : av lyxal friffet rrrai 9aacaaar( llM. AVjatit d Cf&cW Rl. Ixat Artoora 4all....i:M - m. An. Af4aw dally.. ..ll:it 2. lv ArdaMra daily 2:W . m. Arr. A.-dwor daily I S av Klxad tfala Lt. Ardau. -i:00 .. l(bf uala A.T Ardor?. .t:00 ji. m. AJI Ualud tti n cloa SO Mtatf frior to uala Urn. Hfaftr tto mailt will to cloaad it J p m. '.at'.! of i p m m form orly U HEM 'E1D, P M. tad ;. -Jp K.'t ? . tto Ar .ut T,pkoo f j oi irtat i Jul Ardmcre, Monday, Ma JO, 1X34. Tto vii: i,l ihla co'in'ry wtn aptly HhiMrmted toe ott'-r day by climatic oondltloDt. Whll; n mow al&rta wai ralaK In Montana tb th';ruomjtor wai rBltrr1n around the Vi itr m&ri in tb Kit. prottratlnK & nam- 4T o people In the rltlri. Mirf. tkti Japan bat opened about all tto Manrhurlan purti ave Port Arthur, it derelopt that Jltittla all alonx lulnded to open tbea pcjrtg U tJtij cmriirr of the world. If Hut la tod Kiven out thlt Information ntntiwc hn inlajbt bare taved ln-rtelf iHJveral .war vfttelt, thoutanlt of tol illwrt and a deal of prettle. vaaaa Jtaater or ua Pm Oosa dan- Purcell. 11 trataraity el Uia WorWt Fair efcy DacoratioB day It bin --thu--.is jttom rcrcfpta for ttot year eadia i " mmor of aereral other ad- ticaliy otoenred hTr to-lar September S. were tm.W There j-"" oc1tfcM d takes as aedre , Mitt Edith Tex of Okiih-.ta CM re W) foflffk cmat poatoftoet. Thlt j ,n proeeedlaaa. la a lew ii rlilttef Here thli week uik a total of ITS poctomeea. wblch am nu on, wrtv froai Sc j Madlll. lii. arte.- wdicb their office win be The Deniton ladiaat were i'-v-: faraittod with tie atetl tppUaaee: , bera yesterday la the bail ran: r e cwaaary to the perform uce bf the twa them aad MadiU by a --.r- cf Thu real horo of tho day It the tol low that kii'K-kn two borne niriB In a Mlngli! xume anil who with daring In trupldlty and no thought for lilt atom a i.h, allil all the way from third to liornu ptatit wbllo tho fans danced the can-can anil (ottod their bata at tn nun. ComiKireil with one of tbete tho man that walkt on bayonoli to vu tory look ntnallor than . crap-Hhorl it' bank account KxchanRO. .Mlttltlppri now vagrancy law It having xim cffecti that were not In ti'ndod, or at leatt woro unforetoen II provides that overy resident of tbt Ktato mutt olthor have a tumclent In roiwH to tupport blw or mutt work If physically able. It bat bn In force only a few weeks, but already It said to lie clearing tho ttatoa of many tin desirable pertoni. while, however, tho main Intention was to get rid of lillo nektoes most of the men arrest il jwra prnvod to be whites. Whon thu nesrees find themM-lvet liable to arrost for vanraucy thpy so to work. while the Jazy and thlftlett whites wait for the sheriff to take them. The law Is evidently working well. Soon alter the war betwoun Eng land and the Doors liognn Mr. Welt tier Davis of Kantut City, who had been In tho Iloer country, reappeared In hit own country and niado tpeoch m and built apartment houtut. Thou tho cry arotu, "Where did you roI It?" Tho answer hat boon tlow In coming. (Inn. Sniniiul I'sorson, u Door leader who Is now In thlt country, It trying to make Davit dltBOrge so mo of the monoy which he declare the Iloer Kovornrnont tcnl over here by tnld Davit and tho latter hat had tho Ron oral arrotlod for attempted blackmail. Wo will got nt the Lottom of It In tlmo, though the chances art) decided' ly agalntt Ounoral I'enraon ever get ting any of tho monoy. Nowt. No uao In walking whon you can huj n buggy from WIlllamH, Corhn & Co, nl the prlcoa nnd termt thoy offor for tho noxt ton days. 18 It a greater xwmber thaa is foaad la oachird of tto nates of the Colon 8ta tto ceaaat of IMS there hare been 2S4 postofices established. The percent of the popalatloa ea sjaaed la aarlcnltore It exceeded la oaly three states, MUstastaaf, Okla homa asd Arfcaaaaa. Ttora are aow 212 beak i la fadiaa Territory. One bric-Jred of them are nstknttl baaks. A 1 ;ire hare been established wuh n 'he lsst fevrteea years aad within h- :it two and a half years there i- t,cea established serenty-flve aa i'.r.a tankt. Are timet at many as y-tf. -tablisbed la all the New En irlaid ttates combined. In there were 2,V0 miles of rsilroad in Indian Territory. There li now 1,500, either In operation or under coarae of construction. There bat been more railroad baftdlat; la Indian Territory and Oklahoma with in the laat three years than la aay other two states In the Union com bined. There are now six railroad companies building new lines In In dian Territory. The available farm land, In tto In dian Territory Is estimated at IS mil lion acres. These figures are taken from the records of the Oawet coat mission. Of this, IS per cent was In cultivation last year. There are about two million asros of land where pine Ik found in commercial quantitlet and there Is an abundance of bard wood of all kinds. Tbe latest statistic ob tainable gives tbe value of farm ani mals at SC milium dollars There wero one-quarter million bale of cot ton raited last year, which was ab-nt two-thlrdi of a crop. It It estimated that, on account of the Increased acre age, 410.000 bales will be raited thlt year. Potatoes will be one of the leading crop. Two crops each year on tbe same land is a rule. It It et tlmated inat the farm land of Indian Territory are worth 100 million dol lart, exclutiv of two million acres of coal land and pine lands. There It an oil belt which extendi from liar tletrllle south 100 miles and It forty rnllet wide. Thlt field hat been test ed. It may be larger. Tbe number of manufacturer! In 1000 wat "SO. It hat more than doubled within thn ' thre yeara C. A. Ijooney, In K. C. Star. Jones Machine-Repair Yks BRASS FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS Repair. Bnv, t'ell and Ex?haagp Machinery of all kind If 'u have a rreak down I wi.I re read day or nifht to ai? yr.u atd demonstrate that quick and Kood work can be ?enred at reasonable prices in ItLErHOSE ii. ASDHORE, I T. i a ... . ''i ! -r- . ... a r i 't a " 'r "r i ... .; ... . , . work desaaaded which will to done accord las; to the hlatost standard that prerailt la tto laraer cities. One thins; In particular which tbonld re ceive tpecial sttentloif' u the oatDt they win Ihiull for the painless ex-j tractloa of teeth, somethinf without , 7 to t. Marietta. Mrs. J. C. Robertson an! !:: Albert, of Gainesville, are raests of Mrs. Emma B!sck Byroa, tto little son of Dr. re Jones, died here hut Sat-jrlay Cotton Seed. Rl.ELL s BIi BOLL PROLIFIC COTTON. The csot t ro var.ety on earth. A car of ihese fine cotton Sred ;ut revived frr m Alexander City, Ala. ...... For Sale by E. B. PUGH Ardmore, IT doobt the people of this country hare noon at o'clock, and vi never enjoyed. 80d&w a'--! v- The Katy Fair Speelil. Appreciating the needs of Its nat rons, tto manaaement of tbe Miaaou rl. Kantas and Texas railway, believ ing; In progress and keeping space with the times, proposes to inaugu rate, beglalng June 12th, additional o Ar;::. terday afternoon at 3 cemetery. Lather Anderson went today. Mr. and Mrs. Sam S'ra-i--turned from a visit a Ar:rr. in LaV. V.- - All Druggitts. Ask the readers of thi- parfr ' - fast train service between St. locals value of Kodol Dj -p'i - a t and all Tes points for the accow-' T. pr,il! ho hv" ''t;0 ,! ar . . , ... . . . , . who have been cured by it, do not modation of Hi patront to attend th neule to recommend it to tLtlr World't Kalr. The train to to called frlendt. Kodol digettt waaf you ea' the "Katy Pair Special" will be a cures Indlaettlon. dyipep-l3 an '. a" palace on wheeli. contlstlng of com-i ,t0!:n,cn troubles. Increases the .,,, . . , ; ttren;th by enabling the htomath an : blnatlon coach, chair cars and sleep- d,gMt,Te crgang to"eontrltjUte ,0 ta, ers. The chair cars and tleepers 1 blood all of the nutriment contained will be operated between St. Louis in the food. Kodol Dyspepsia C'r and Texas without change of cars ; ls Plean and palatable SoM by al' en roote. Thlt additional train, with j JruggI,sJ the present popular train, the Katy ' xs-j y-r-Vv s-TWTxj mivs Hjer." will give the rxttront of that WLLlonijSiLlAXVlAR road fait and comfortable service Tje- "i'"h''oihimii hol?i'jpf tween St. Loult and all jiointi In the Southwest. VET "THIS IS THE WAY OF THE WISE." I to SAINT LOTJ1 S. I OF COURSE YOU ARE GOING I I-Ct ua ?r?'8'? y,ou ,rtth literature relative to tho bulldlnire. hotels low rat3, tram sorr.co, etc. Aal: your local agont or ilao&sa C. W. STRAIN. DlVIIION PJLSCCfadrn lerMT WICHITA, KAM. CITY GOVERNMENT. WANT COLUMN. WANTED. Climate and Crop Report. Following It the climate and crop report for the week ending Saturday noon, May 28. at HeuldUm ttatlnn, T.: Hlghoit temperature, 02 degree on the SSrd. laowett tomporaturo, S de grees on tho 22nd. Sunthlne. SC per cnt. Rainfall, .SS. All cropt are looking flno; corn It being laid by; cotton It growing fait and somo is ttlll being planted. All conditions nra favorablo nnd farmcrt are wolf up with tholr work. C. II. HRAlaD, Voluntary Obtorver MANNSVILLE. Now crop Uvalde honey at W. 13, McGharan & Co't. SJ.2 Special Corretporidonco. ManntvlIIo. I. T., May 28. The Oddfellow and Woodmen of the World are making big propnrotlont for n big picnic hero on the 24th of Junu. T J. White made n builnett trip tu Titlmlngo yesterdny. V. M. Morton It here toJny from navla. There It a large crowd hero attend ing tho fifth Sunday mnntlng, and all teem to be enjoying the sessions. Subscribe tor tht ArdmortUs. P.. W. Dick Mayor John L, Gait Police Judge D E. Bookor Chief of Police J. 11. Mathers City Attorney G. II. Druce City Clerk Frank Dutt Treasurer W. R. Itobert3 Ass'r and Collector Rob McGee City Scavenger J. W. Modett City Phytlclan t lit nf AIHa.rma.ri. ! First Ward J. S. McCharon, Hube Hardy. Third Ward H. W. Handel, J. H. Fraley. Third Ward H. W. nandol, J. W. Pennington. Fourth Ward W. V. Whlttlnstcn, W. A. Gilliam. Commltteei, Finance Ponnlngton, TuttIngton awl McCharon. Strtut ami alley Fraley, Randol, Hardy and Whlttlngton. Police Randol, Gilliam and Mullen. Flre Gilllatn, Pennington and Mullen. Waterworks Whlttlngton, Fraley and Hardy. Ordlnnnee Mullen, .McCharon and Pennington. Cemetery Randol, Gilliam and Mc- Cliaron. Sanitary McCharon, Fraloy, Mul len. Improvement Hardy. Whlttlngton, Randol nnd Fraloy. WANTED Petition by honest and industrious boy. Groceries prefer red. Give me a trial. 'Phone 32C 30-0. WANTED Old rags. Must be clean Apply at this office. FOR SALE. FOR SALE One 20-horsepower side crank Houston, Stanwood & Gam fjio engine, positively good as new. Also one large double-door Cary safe. Easy payments or cheap for cash, .pply or write M Zuckorman, at Cold Storage. 3-lm FOR SALE Thorojghbred Poland China hoga. B. H. Colbert, Tisho mingo, I. T. 25-lm FOR RENT. Subscrlbo fcr the Ardmorolto. FOR RENT New three-room house. Apply Noble Bros. j"tf FOR RENT Good threo-room he use, large rich lot, good water. See O. M. Rodfleld. 1-tf FOR RENT A furnished room. 31 West Broadway street. Mr.- Sallie Smith. 20-2 LOST. LOST An Elk's gold pin. FInJcr re turn to this office and receive re' ward. 2C FOUND. FOUND A lap robe. Owner call at E II- Pugh's. 20-3 Stylish Straw Hats AH V. II. Byrd Company iPllr WHEN Y0U VEL r'iV U W SELECT A RA'LWAY A3 M VCU DO YOUR CLOTHES. 1 3 I Ull SEMGE f ill ill l H (WISSU"I. KANSAS 4. TEXAS RA.LWAY.) B ' STi ' 1 3 Ultt',! C3;crti:i!t Cres:sr Tnl-s, O, rT If UA'rj ilW THE "KATY FLYER" MID WU 'J'raVk Cw.r?!i.;j'.B p.i;:w'l i't.fu. Sr4 ''V ONE PR.CE E2EKZBZII1L l.r':t,a'ad.)ri:.ldM soia by .MtKEEVEP. DRUG CO ""od Co., SanFranol.co.Cal. Its a "Wonder Freezer" But It does It In flvo minutes. Good-bye to all Tho WonJer Is knocking them cut. Prices low K'ir sale only by old-tlmo freezers. as cheap grades. Unll J?. U : I 1 llctll ML niMId Pione .No. 104. We rent or sell on easy payments. USE..., Plansifter Because it n the best and made at home by Whaley Mil! and Elevator Company. Flour 0 o O o '4