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t i -M-H-H--H- BRUCE a BUTT INSURANCE FIRE - LIFE - TORNADO Real Estate, Farm and City Property -m--k--m- Queen of the Road. The Moon Ilros. buggy Is the stan dard of good buggies and !. been BUILDING NOTES. Work thi Ardmore Federal prls antly termed tho"Que?n of tfu Read." ! is being pushed forward in spue Wo aro prcpnrod to offer them at 'f the Inclemenry of tne weather. 1 . cimireie ceiling, nun mum.- nmn tone and brlcl; walli to tne main very reasonable prices and on good terms. 5 J. C. PREDDY For Sale. At one-half Us nctual value, a No. 1 good wind mill and water tank. Ap ply Sidney Sugg. Ardmore, I. T. Itf Hardlo's "l!ldo," tho homo-mado cl i gar. 1G-Im Teams Wanted. To haul asphalt from mines to cars. lPhono 390. Downnrd Asphalt Co. Ctf Tho handsomest shop, tho quickest tutn and best cool, cold, hot tub and shower baths. Tom Hoberts' barber 'Shop. 12-lm Strayed or Stolen. Ono bay mare, 13 hands high, brnnded on left shouldor "e" also L on left Jaw, has war on right hind foot. 'Will give $5 for her Ucllvory to mo at Wilson, I. T. 9d3t,wlt I,. T. ASKEW We do nil kinds of saddle and liar noss repairing. 5 J. C. I'ltEDDY. The Pennington Grocery company have In construction a store house thnt will glvo them, when completed. about 40 feet more ro:m and also unite theii two main store houses Electric massage, scientific facial purifier, scalp llvener and hair produ cer. Try It. Tom Roberts' barber shop. 1Mb Bids Wanted. The trustees of tho Indlanola Syn odleal college will receive bids until noon, Wednesday, June IB, 1904, for the erection and completion of a 11 room, two-story brick dormitory, to be built upon the college campus In tho town of Wynnewood, Ind. Ter. Each bid must bo accompanied by a certified check for $100. Hond re quired. Hosorvo the right to reject any and nil bids. For further par ticulars call on H. C. 1'ilm or Hev. J. N. Martin. Wynnewood. 1. T. S-G part of the building are practically complete up to the second story, the roof and tloor Is being put In tt th one-story annex In the rear. The foundation to tho new cit;. hall has been stnrted. This building which will occupy the corner of South Washington and HlnUIe streets Is to be n very handsome structure and will afford quarters for the fli department, police court, clerk and assessors offices, council chambers. etc., and will be completed In less than three months. J. R. Pennington's $10,000 res. deuce Is nearlng completion. W. E. Dougbty's residence, corner of 11 street and Ith avenue northwest will be ready for occupancy n a few daytf. C. F. Adams, manager ot Jneob Hold s packing agency, has Just com pleled n neat $1,000 liome, corner o MeLish a venue and F street south west. Mrs. Sarah E. Shaw's new homo on West main street will be tlnlshei this week at a cost of about $S(M). Charlie Hill Is converting n r- tenant house on E street northwest Into a very neat loeldence cottnge this weok . Mrs. Mary Walters Is having a very neat addition made lo her homo on West main street. Jno. Husch is remodeling his South "Washington home. A. C. Young Is having a very nice addition erected to his homo In South Ardmore. V. D. Cornell, corner of F street and 4tb avenue, northeast. Is hnvin some building done. ADD FUILDING NOTES . The Ada Asphalt company Is bav in the lnmber moved out to the mines near Woodford for the erection ot laborers houses, crushdr mlfls, vat etc. A GOOD FOUNDATION, and we'll do tho rest. H. P. LONDON,' Practical Hatter, Cleaner nnu tlyer, 111 North Washington. Phon 133. Ladles' Work a Sperlalty. Ardmore Dairy Ice Cream Company Phone 2SS. Save vour health, not the bands Smoke Da Costa tic cigar. 10-G Don't forget your sweetheart Ilrlng her to Knhn's. 9-3 TEUSOXAL NOTES. Sam Griggs of Hugo is in the city 11. .1 Yaitir ugh Is in the ci'y from Adn. Will Riley of Marlettn is In the Ity. It. J. W1tetr of Wynnowood Is in he city. .1. 11. Mitchell of Himshorue Is In the city . I. 1.. WhUefleU! of Marietta is In tho city. J. J. Hlche? Is In the city from Woodford. U. H. Colbert Is In tho city from Tishomingo . O. It. Newmnn Is In the city from St. Jo, Tex. Mrs. Jennie nrnnlgnn hns jone to Avn. Mo., to visit for two months. Jesse Aest who hts been attending the Oklahoma University returned homo yesterday. E. n. Cunningham and wife, of l.lmn, Ohio, are prospectors In tho city this week. Ennls lloblns of Helena, Ark.. Is In the city tlie guest of A. II. Can cut and family. Claude Hunters w'jo has been at tending the deaf and dumb nsyium Ir Texns has returned. W. 1. Uuckhnts. nftor a visit hero with his sister-in-law. Mrs. M. I'. Cro mer, 15ns returned borne Ucy Webb has gono to Purcoll where ho will assume Iho manage ment of the Electric Light Plant. Misses l.auin McGregor and Ma Ralley of Oklahomn City aro In the city the guests of E. 11. Luke and family. F. J. King and family left last night for an extended visit at Iiv rencoburg, Tonn. They will visit Now Orleans, the Confederate reunion at Nashville and the World's Fair, bo fore their return. Mr. and Mrs. Rails Anderson de parted last night for Now Orleans where they will mako a brief visit before attending the Nashville reun ion. From Nashville thoy will vis the St. IxjuIs Fair. Salvation Army. Jflih orgnnuiition will open, up n branch oi u( lal work in the- city about the fifteenth of this monti sultaM. location has been si nr. i nnd nil! acc(imm (late cup- i lnll tu working classes. Captain and Mt .McCary lll be In charge with a good working force. They arc !li cers of experience nnd conn- to ts City with a good recommendation froni the mayor of Muskogee, and will tut doubt entertain the good w', of all. They ask the assistance ot the public In their great wink furt.i. , betterment of mankind. They tv full of hop in the knowledge th. y have found in their new location tho corps friends in Ardmore. stnutic li and loyal. TAKE A PEEP At our latest Oxford Muell er, In InJlcs' and gentle men's styles, nnil when you get your peep you will want n look, and then you will he sure you can't pet tli'otigli the .nimnicr without owning a pair. They are po lllvely the nicest fitting, wearing and lot king shoe we ever put on sate. Look at our windows. Conic In. LYNN," The Shoe Man To the Reunion. D. M Morgan .traveling passenger agent of the Cotton Hell route, was here this afternoon and secured much business for his road to tho Nashville from ;. 4. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. ... .;. .;. .;. .;. .. ... .j. .j. 4. ... . 4. .5. .;. .j. .. .;. .j. .j. .'. -J. ! i 1 ! reunion Ardmcre large this year, but from Marietta Sam Horn wont north today on bus iness. Judge Itobnctt went to Durwood to day on tho Choctaw. Sid Durney and wife enmo up from Marietta at noon todny. It. D. DoVar of Tishomingo wns in the city today on rls way to Mansfield. Toxas. Everet Noble, who has been attenu- Tho represent at Ion nt Nashville will not be -! It i v and the towns north of here quite n Y number of people will go. Mr. Mor-' gan says tho official train will leave Fort Worth Sunday. June 12 ,nt 11 o'clock and will be the finest train ev j or run out of Toxas. Fresh candles Just received at Ju- Y litis Kahu's. n-3 i. t A small hlace at the home of J. F. Young, (109 A street, northwest, enll od out the deportment. The damage done will not exceed $30. Mr .Young sustained the grentest harm In per- foil He was down town, ami honr- lug It was bis house, he Jumped upon '.: a horo and ran home, nn ' nR he I- suffers from heart trouble, the ex- ! cltemont and exercise put hlni In a serious condition ,such thnt n doctor hnd to bo called In last night He Is nlrlght this morning. TELEGRAM Ci F T II it 1 1: . O Iv L A . , .) II 11 e 1 0 t h, S li 0 i k o w i t s . A r (1 m ore. Ind. T c r . 1 in port a 11 t b 11 s i 11 u s s will p r 0 v 0 11 1 r u turn to A r d in oro for s o in 0 t i tn 0 . Assume c li n r ir 0 of tho Goo r jq A s li stock for 11 s 11 11 (I red uco 11 1 1 prices to enable yon to sell rapidly a n d r also b a 1 a n e t of in one y. L . U. It CCN I) Y . !) : J : n. in. F o r ()" Noil! t Co. In nccordanco with the abow, I liavo taken vhrtrKO of tho GEORGE ASH STOCK nnil will push tlio sale vigorously until all claims of tho present owners are satisfied. Thcro aro still unbroken lines of Wash (.loot's, Hosiery. Lntllcn' anil (lonts' Furnishings, Men's Hats, Suits and Trousers and ninny other itcn.j upon which we have made additional reductions. Take, advantage of tlilB onportu nity and attend tho sale early. L. S. SIIEIK0W1TS, For the O'Neill 'totnptny. t t t i t t 8 t t t -f- :- -:- -: : -: : -: t- . .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .j. ...;. v ; : ; ir you want your giii 10 kep on 1 living, tako her a box of the randy that Kahn keeps. ! 3 I :--:-4--:--:--j--:--!---:..:..:....:..:..v4--'t Holiness Meeting. X Dr. 0. W. Snwyor of Marietta will preach at tho city hail Saturday night 4 at 7:30. Sunday at 11 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m.. Everybody cor- dlally Invltoa. j x Ice for sale every day at City Fish Market. 29-1 m , - i Removal Sale Within a few wi-cks I will move my Millinery Stock to the Campbell building, next tloor to A. C Young and until that time I offer removal prices on all millinery. Revival. We wish to say our meeting still lug the Oklahoma University, has re- contlnuos. Wo had an overllowlng turned. congregation last night. All could X Miss Florence Fiirman loft for Tlsh- not be seated. Several came forward cmingo, whore she will visit Mrs. S. for prayer. Itov. Daugherty Is to C. Troadwell. j preach tonight on Tophet (Hell.) Will H. F. Holcomb or Kansas City !s continue the meeting at least till Sun- hero spending a brief tlmo with bis day. Further notice will then he : DRESS HATS A fishing party consisting of Tom Ilogle, Mnxle Whlttlngton. George Stowe, Charlie Stowe, Jim Frame and a cook, loft ibis morning for Oil Springs where thoy will spend a week or ten days. nephew, A. A. Holcomb. Dr. J. II. Yaibrough, formerly or this city, new of Ada, is here today greeting his old friends lingular prlco $10 to S12 for. Regular prlco S" to $9 Regular prlco i 60 for Rrgulnr price $r.f)0 for . . Regular prlco SI. 50 for ... . given. C. W .HAMPTON. Pastor. $8.00 $5.75 $-f.75 . . S.t-75 $3 50 Stree t Hats and Chl.flion'h Hats nt yutir own price. Tho Sons of Confederate Veterans v will meet tonight at the offices r -: Fretl Flanlken returned today from Mullen & .Mullen to elect delegates Lebancu .Tonn.. where he has been'.'o tho Nashville reunion. You and your friends come to see the big Indian war dance at the ball park Saturday night. S-3 I Successful Fishers. O. L. Denneg and G. W. Riltor re turned Inst night frcm a fishing trip to Henry House creek. Thoy report a splendid tlmo and the catching cf 250 perch. J. R. Ratley nnd Frank Kolb who wore in the same party will return in a few days. New embroideries in match .icu ni Westhelmor & Daubo's, w.tis tho last nine This is the lirst Groin Millinery bargain sale Aid more has ever had. Don't delay ono day but come now while tho stock is complete. The now shipment of out ing hats just received included in this Hacrilico Sale. attending school for months. Las Uaiim left today at noon fcr Chicago, by way cf St. Louis. He will visit friends in Chicago for a couple of months. Miss Ronnie l.encra Frost of Fort Worth, who recently finished college! nt Sherman, is In tho city visiting Rev. nnd Mrs. Goddard . Mis. C. M. Joiner and children have retuinod fro.u a visit in Ten- Atttntion, L. T. L. Tho L. T. L's .will mpet at tho res ' J Idenco of Mrs. J. A. Madden Satur- , day, Juno 11, promptly at 3 o'clock ' I Lot each old member come an 1 br'nu $ a now one with him. 1 X M ss IBS MILLINERY A FATAL AFFRA . I' Three Brothers in an Altercation. One Dies From Injuries. j South McAIester, I. T., Juno 9. , S'llXT I) OO it TO II I' It TO N' I'K I". I. DRY HOODS CO. .j. .;. .;. .;. .;.! .j. -;. -;. :- ; ; ; ; ; ; : -i- ; ; . Dainty Dessert Bulard's Darbsr Shop. George Dulard has installod In bis bailer ehop. hot and cold baths and si wer hatha and Invites tho public to cnll at his placo. Expert workmen. S- .sfaction guarantood. 213V4 Wost M- "i St. 17-1 m This ice cr ;mii w are tjiuki a For naturalness and permanence, n,i, ,3 ,1 litHn h-ttor tin 11 Palmer's perfumes are matchless we ever mndp b- fore For snle to the best trade by the best denlers. Sold here In either bulk or package F. J. Ramsey, druggist. 5 T PURE PAINTS FINE OILS HANDSOME WALL PAPER DRUGGIST- . T. N. COLEMAN DRUGGIST .4.4.4. '. nossee. Thoy were delayed live dayscilnt Gallnhelr died today from inju- Gwyn two lircthers, John and Frank Dan- loin yesterday. The trouble arose over the possession of a sp water and Gallnhelr wns htnbb sustained a compound fracture skull from n blew with a club. The Daniels boys aro uiidr-.- arie-t on the road on account of high w.r ter in Arkansas The Sons of Confodorato Veteran- will meet ton'g.it at the offices o' Mullen & Mullen to elect delegates tc tho NashviTIo rounlon. fry a ltc smoke for 5e. Da Costa am, w, b0 iven a preliminary .n ar clgu.'. 10-6 Miss Fay Rurnltt will leave here t morrow afternoon for Fort Wort i where she will Join the olllclal trans Mississippi party to the Nashville 1 union. Miss Rurnltt holds tae tlal position of first maid ot honor. Trans-Migaislppl department. Sons 01 Canfedorato Votcrang. lug on a charge of murder Monday morning. They plead self defeiu.-. R. G. Graham Why not Insure your dwelling with s GWYN & GRAHAM e of the . Agents tor The Strongest Did Line Fire Insurance COMPANIES Noble Building Telephone 380 We can extract your teeth i.biio-u'e ly without pulu by a now method. If you are from Missouri, wo can nhov. you. DRS. ADAMS fc III2FLIN. S-G Oentlsts. Phone Sfi for penihes and il im from the Hardy fruit farm n i order dollvered to your door Just received by express n n broidery In match sot.-, w a w:stiii2I.mi:r & du ph Go to tho prettiest place In the Territory. It's Kahn's. i)-3 Tho glasses that glvo cloarest vis ion and correct defective eyesight best aro Clncman's "Dinmonta." We (It and guarantco thorn. F. J. Ram sey. 5 Tom J. White, a promni' nt tin i nogs man o Maunsv!lle .1. ,ieri t af tot noon. khdiijisisjii vnnEEfll J. C. Preddy makes a spoialty handsomo buggy harness. ,1 ,See W. R. Tackott at Houston lum her ynrd for all classes of bulldlur ymtracts .estlmutes .etc. First clas j workmanship guarnntoed at all tlnu Prices to moet competition. luti Wo are headtiuarters mado clothing. 0-3 for tailor FARTHING HROS LM Mullens, who lins hol.l n posi tion on the llro department ns driver oi the steamer, has resigned, and Jc0 for gai0 overy ,iay nt Mooro & Will Iknrd has been appolntod to fill C'S. on North Caddo. lS-lm the vacancy. Mr. Ikard will have charge cf the street gang also. Subscrlbo for the Ardmorelto. Wlll W A 1 alii 1 iausnesa TYLER SIMPSON CO., WHOLESALE DISTRI&UT JRS Ardmore Ind. Ter.