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WANTED. .'ANTED Agents, either sex. Ap ply S. V. Mny, 113 North Washing ton Street. 27-tf. ,'ANTIJI) A housekeeper anil cook, children to cartj for. Apply 0. S. Ilnlley. l!3-6 OUNO M UN Our Illustrated cata logue explains how wo teach harbor trado In short time. Mailed free. Molor Uarher College, St. Louis. Mo. 24-1 m VANTED To know the whereabouts of my brother, Alonzo Noel (called Ijon); has sandy mustache and whiskers; dark flaxy hair, is about C feet high, rather stoutly built. Ills father's name was David Noel. When Jas heard o was In' Newton, Kan., about four years ago. Any information will bo thankfully re ceived by his sister, Mrs. L. McDon ald. Address letteic to V. I Cruce, Ardmore, I. T. 14-12-lw FOR SALE. OR SALE At half price 225 feet ynrd fencing. Apply T. Y Morgan 2C-Ct "OH SALE forty bushels cotton seed. S. M. Dickson at Central liv ery yard. "C-3 i'OR SALE Cheap, a second hand double seated surrey, almost as good as new. Sidney Suggs. 'OR SALE Ono 20-horsepower blde- crank Houston, Stanwood &. Gam bio engine. Positively good as new. Also ono largo double-door Gary sate. Easy payments or cheap for each. Apply or write M. Zuckerman, at Cold Storage. 3-lra FOR RENT. FOR, RENT A nice "suite of office rooms over Randols store. K. W. namlol. 27-tf ('OR RENT A first-class brick store TjiilluTTTg. 2Cxl00, lC-ft, celling, large glass front. R W. Randol. 27-tf FOR RENT Room 40x150, with floor suitable for grain, furniture or any thing else. All or part to rent. Ap ply to R. L. Marston. 24-lm FOR RENT four-room house, newly papered. E. IJ. Pugh. 11-tf fOR RENT A home ot ten rooms, 3 halls, good water, largo ham and garden. Apply Will Gardner at Lynn's shoe store. ltf yOK RENT A new three room house, F Annlv R. T. Dallas, Caddo street. . 00tf Ardmore's 17th 28th and 29th. anniversary, July STRAYED OR STOLEN July 2 ono black reached pony ranre, new slices front, unshod behind. 9 or 10 yeara old. Will pay well for Inform ation. A. C Ungby, Ardmore, 1. T. 2G-2t-wl STOLEN A bicycle. Hartford b'lack frame, light bluo rim, Morrow coast er brake, front tiro Is a Morgan Wright with piece of old tiro near valve, black tiro Is puncture proof. Nttlfy Wilson Newman at Prldo's t.i shop. 2C-3 Tho famous Greenland rofrlgorntor stands at tho head of tho list ns be ing tho best. Noble Dros. are soiling them at cost. Shad roes by any other name would taste as good. PURE PAINTS HANDSOME DHUCCIST EXPENSIVE FIRE WORKS! Are those produced by the ournii)'' of ones home or business premises Why not let BRUCE BUTT through their companies pay for the loss or damage? The companies can better aliord the loss than you. Pire Insurance is a nee cessity. Our Phone 221. ANNOUNCEMENT. Joseph 1J. Wilson of Purcell an nounces blm&olf a candldato for rep resentative of Pontotoc county, on the Mcl.ish ticket, at tho coming oloc- Hon. August 10. A GOOD FOUNDATION, and we'll do the rost. H. P. LONDON, Practical Hatter, Cleaner and Dyer, 111 North Washington. Phono 135. Ladies' Work a Specialty. Strayed or Stolen. From my place four miles south of I iioniuion, i. i., on mo nigui ui juiv .. ... . H, ... I - - 1. . T..,.. 2&, one bay pony maro, threo years old. about 14 hands high, branded T 5 on right shoulder, foretop cut off short, heail enlarged on both sides like she had blind teeth. 1 will pay $5.00 for information lending to her recovery or for her delivery at my place. 28 d&w. JOB TRENTHAM. iMit night at tho pleasant home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Young, "42 C. street southeast, Har old and Herbert, entertained a party of their friends. There were about thirty couples present all of whom en- Joyed themselves Immensely. Refreshments wcro served upon tho lawn after which all had a pleasant time until a late hour, when they bid their hosts ndleu. 1 will teach 15 scholars telegraphy. Terms $5 per month. If you want Ralary $C0 to $90 monthly learn teleg raphing. Address "Operator," care Ardmorclte. 1 Drs. Adams & Hellin, the leading dentists, have rcccntlv equipped tholr olllces with electrical appliances and they have now tho most up-to-date dental parlors In tho Territory. 21-C Tho difference .between a man and woman Ik tho more children they have the less he Is sure to know about them anu the more she thinks she does. EMANUEL LOWENSTEIN Will resume Music Teacnlng July for the season 1904-5. Piano Pupils Received. 11 Special attention to Harmony and Counterpoint. Uso Mason's fruit Jars If you want satisfaction. Spraglna & Co., have them all sizes. 15dfcw We do all kinds of snddlo and har ness repairing. 5 J. C. PREDDY. Dr. W. H. Enloe, dentist, crown and bridge work specialist. With Dr. fann. 13-lm Spraying Insures tho largest possl bio yield of fruits and vegetables. Wo have everything required for spraying at right prices. 24 F. J. RAMSEY. Druggist Call at Webb's gallery for tho next two weeks and seo tho latest stylos In photos. Wo do the work. 18-tf Wo sell only tho best fruit Jars and will appreciate your trade. J. n. Snrnglns Co. 15 d&w Water Coolersl Water Coolersl Any slzo you want and at closing out prices. IUVI3NS, CORHN &. FtthNSLBY. Whisky won't make a man drunk un loss tho whisky Itself Is "(Trunk ! Subscribe for the Ardmorelto. FINE OILS WALL PAPER T. N. COLEMAN druggist - Templar Parade to be Greatest Ev on Pacific coast. Tho grand pnrnde of tho Knights Templar, to take place on Tuesday. September C, Is destined to bo the most Imposing pageant and tho great est display over seen In the streets of San Francisco. It Is confidently ex pected that fully 10,000 Sir Knight will be In Tfie parade, making a lino j about four miles In length, and not 1 less than 200,000 pornong will line the thoroughfares to witness the grandest rnd most brilliant sp"ctaclo over scon on the raeitle cons', ono thai may not occur again during tho llfo of the MOST IMPOSING PAGEANT. prison, r.onoratlou. in that lino wlli'tne bt some of the most dlstlnxulslied persons from all imrts of the United ' States. Canada and even from acrosHi (he Atlantic, coming to the shorea of the Pacific as the special representa tives of the highest Masonic bodies of England and Wales, and the personal representatives of Klnt Edward of EiiKlnnil, who was Grpnd Master of I he Kimllsh branch of the order be fore he nicended the llrltlsh' throne. The delegation will b headed by tho Earl of Huston, new occupying the highest position In the Great Priory of England and Wales. The chtof of ficers of the Great Priory of Canada cousins on the western pilgrimage, and tho delegates will rldo In tho pa- rado attired In their gorgeous uni forms studded with glittering gems of fabulous value. The Grand MnRter and his official family, representing the Grnnd Encampment of the Unit ed States, nnd the Grand Commander or his representative from every grnnd Jurisdiction In the United States will occupy positions of honor In tho line. California Commandery and Golden Gate, tho local coraraandorles, will shine In tliclr rich and decidedly distinctive uniforms, which nave at tracted attention aul elicited admi ration at every conclave the Califor- nlaus have attended. striking feature of tho parade will be tho cavalcade of mounted knights, as fine a body of men as ever saf in a saddle. Among tho coinman dork's wlfo will nppcar mounted In the parade are California Command' cry. of San Francisco; Do Witt Clin ton Commandery, of Virginia City, Nov., anu Corinthian Chasseur Com. mandery of Philadelphia. TTioy will be mounted on blnck steeds, or as many as can be procured. Tor there will he abcut 1.000 mounted knights In line, and black horses have been secured In San Francisco, Oakland Alameda, San Jose, Sacramento Stockton, Santa Clara, Mnrln, Souo mn, Napa, Solano, Contra Costa and San Mateo counties the pick of Cnl il'ornla's famed horses and that part of the parade will be a rare sight In Itself. The parado will consist of twelve grand divisions, headed by a company of mounted police, commanded by Sir KnlghT George W. Wittman, Chief of Police. Eminent Sir Charles K Field Grand Captain General, will command the parade, and Eminent Sir George D. Clark will bo his Chief of Staff, Tho first division, commanded by Colonel Frank W. Sumner, with Col onel Jesso fuller as Chief of Staff, will beo headed by California Com. mandery. No. 1, mounted, who will act as special escort to tho Grand Mnster. The carriages will contain Sir Henry Hates Stoddard. Grand Master of the United States: the Earl of Euston, Grand Master of the Great Priory of England and Wales Sir George Mayfiow Moulton, Doputy Grand Mnster; Sir Charlos f. Matler, Groat Vlee-Chancollor of tho Great Priory, and officers of tho Grand En campment and of the Great Priory Golden Guto Commandery, Sir P. D Code commanding, will net as special escort to the Grand Encampment and visitors from other grand Jtirlsdle tlons In carriages. The Grand Commandery of Massa (husotts and Rhode Island anil sub ordlnato Coinmandoiles. Ponnsylva nla will frrm ono grand division, an tho other grand Jurisdictions aio suit ably grouped. '1 no ninth, tenth, olov enth and twelfth grand divisions are California. If enough mounted knights, nsldo from those already as signed, should doslre to ride in the parade, one more division will hp created. Attention, K. of P's. Every member jn, the city Is urged to be proseut at our regular conven tion Thursday evening, -Matters of lmportnnco beforo us. A portion of the evening willbo devoted to social and pleasant making. W. T. SALISIIURYC. C. FRANK I1ERRYHILL, K. of It. &,S. " 272 For Sale. At one-half its actual valuo. a No. 1 good wind mill and water tank. Ap ply Sidney Subrs, Ardmirc 1. T. ltf SubsTlbo for tho Ardmoreite, ANNIVERSARY ARDMORE'S LATCHSTRING IS ON THE OUTSIDE. Pull and Enter Everybody Is Wei corned, to the Anniversary Cele bration It's All Free Music, Eat, Drink and De Merry. Ti; 17th .....ivnriuirv mlclirntlnn ot Anlmoro hes.HX1 thi. ,norllii,.. vmder most pleasant circumstances. Th(J wcati1(,r VM n that cpuM bo ,X,,,H .nd the orow.l wn.. im me it so. People from tho urn'Unillni; coun try enmo pouring in In wapitis .md carriages yesterday ovnlim ami !! llnue to arrive en tne rot.l i'.i'- Sitntu Fo tiains last ivening iul n lht brought to tho city gn i lum bers ot territory people as Jn ti"' hoc-taw and Frisco today Many 'exns and Oklahoma people ac u' among the crowds. I The great pachofa feast In a drnw- ng card, and by 10 o'clock this morn ing tho people began to nssemble ; round the great tables and partake of tho good things to eat. The committees nre working in ab solute harmony nnd there Is no dis cord or disturbance in anyway to mnr tho pleasure of tho plcnlccrs. Tho Indian festivities began last night at the Chickasaw park Some who came away early, before tho ance was well organized, weu dis pleased with the performance but hose who remained nnd witnessed the varied program of the grooi corn dance, war dance, rapping dance and the famous snake dance wore well pleased with the entertainment of the evening. The festlvltltes will con- inue today and tonight. Tne com mittee has arranged for an Indian hall game at 4 o'clock this afternoon and for nn Indian dance tonight All those entertainments no one will be required to pay. Every expense will bo mot by the committee. Today's program began with tho and pawde. The First R.-giment band in full uniform behind four Irnutlful white horses played on the principal streets, thence to the city rark. The boys mride a s-ptondU showing, aud were lustily cheered throughout tho parade. The band occupied the speakers' platform and the music Is nn Import ant fenture of tho two days' program. Sidney Suggs, master of cciemo- nles, announced the prcgram foi the day. In his happiest mco.1 he ''arte tho people welcome to the city and told them of tho good t.liMS to eat tint will bo served free to Iho ;icople both dayB. .In addition to Me hosplt- ble tables he told of the fro enter tainments. Including the Indian fes tivities and the races. The race program Is scheduled for tomorrow afterncon. Largo numbers of the :u.vn folk had elcgnnt lunches prepared and spread them under the large native oaks in tho park and spen. h cheer ful noon hour with their frienls gath ered about thorn. Just beforo the nen hour Col. J. P. Mullen was Introduced and k-'iverert a stirring speech on the tonics of the day. Judge J. E. Humphreeyx and others will speak this afternoon. Reglnnlng at 10 o'clock tomorrow, Hon. E. J. GlJdlngs of Oklihomn City, for single statehood, and Judgo Robt. II. West of this city, for double statehood, will address the riooplo. Every feature ot both sidaa oi the statehood question will bo thou uglily covered by these two orator und peo ple who are intorostod in facts and figured on this question cm.'t aff rd to miss tho discussion. Chief of Police Hooker has a corp. of extra pcllco but everyt'iinc is so ndorly that tho service of the pu lice except in the matter of placing vehicles in their proper pluceB nas not been required, The danco platformH, tl.c cold drink stands and tne vendor of the squawkler and rubber ball nre all busy. Tho people are in a gcod hu mor and the celebration promises to eclipse any other In the history of the city. A. C Young, tho furniture dealer has provided on the ground an nd vertlslng booth whore ho hasVarpef?. rugs and furnlturo displayed and has also provided a rest room well filled with (omfortablo cnalrs. Still's Rough Riders, FranU Still and hl ennxress of HouKh HiuoTs arrivod laat nllit anl gavo an exhibition ;f great merit at tlio Ilaik'y luttk this atternoon. Tui same i tilers wlih a ih-ki Mip-ily of wild r 1 spoiled licr-i- anl ir.'.iu will tx a' V.in pari. ..im r Tn ny .v tirnorr a 3 30. I" SfV J A A C & 5S Jh 10 per 4? l-OR CASH Footwear On Low-Cut Tne SS"i (HI Shoes go at I he ! ,"n Shoes go at Tlie SL' fu Shoes go at Com'spomllntf reductions 1-Viotwear. Come in and Slimmer bargains. 4? ti 4i LYNN THE -AT 5 BIG OIL SfkiNGS, I. T. Two Days August 4th and 5th Among the many entertainments will bo Indian Ball Gaines by Mississippi Choctaw Indians, Dancing Platform, Speak ing by prominent orators, including Hon. II. M. Kitnnan, II. II. Drown, A. C. Cruce and Sidney Suggs. Everybody lias a cordial invitation to bo present. Stand privileges will be sold August 1st. Dr. C. M. Committee ( John Hutchins The Ardmoreite. Prints All the Read This Ad! It will be the means of bringing you to our store for some of the many good things we are offering at a great waving in price. Lawns, Batistes, Dimities, Etc. On n tutik in the r-euter ait-lu will be found the balaticH of our line of WhIi Goods. Vnlues runue from l'iic to 25?. 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