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EXPENSIVE FIRE WORKS!
Arc those produced by the oarnintf of ouo s home or bus.ness premises. Why not let BRUCE BUTT through their companies pay for the loss or damagel" The companies can better afford the loss thun you. Fire Insurance is a nee cessity. Our Phone -21. Advertisement, under this head will be received t the rate or five (0) cents per line. No advertisement received for less tban fifteen (10) cents. Special monthly rates fur nished on application. Tho notice may contain any matter of "Lost," "Found," "For Itent," "For Sale," "Stolon," "Strayed," or any purpose without display lines. WANTED. YOUNG MEN Our illustrated cata logue explains how wo teach barber trade In short time. Mailed free. Moler Barber College,- St. Louts, Mo. 24-lin ANNOUNCEMENT. Joseph B. Wilson of Purcell an nounces himself a candldato for rep resentative of l'oatotoc county, on the McLlsh ticket, at tho coming elec tion, August 10 A GOOD FOUNDATION, and we'll do the rest.' H. P. LONDON, Practical Hatter, Cleaner and Dyer, 111 North Washington. Phono 135. Ladles' "Work a Specialty. FOR BALE. FOR. BALE Horse, stanhope andbar- neas. See H. T. Kirby. FOR. SALE Moquct carpet, oak book case, roller top desk, xnattlng. H. T. Klrby, Fourth and North Washington. FOR SALE At a bargain one second hand trap, ono second-hand Btandhope, ono second-hand pneu matic tire speed. E. E. Gulllot. 31-7 FOR SALE Cheap, a Eecond hand double seated surrey, almost as good as new. Sidney Suggs. FOR SALE Ono 20-horsepower side crank Houston, Stanwood & Gam ble engine. Positively good as new. Also one latge double-door Cary safe. Eaby payments or cheap for each. Apply or write M. Zuckerman, at Cold Storage. 3-lm FOR RENT. foil. RENT A nice suite of office rooms over Randols store. R. W. Randol. 2"-tf Daughters of Confederacy. Chickasaw Chapter U. D. C. will meet at Mrs. T. V. Morgan's on Wed nesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Im portant business to bo transacted and every member should bo present. MRS. T. V. MORGAN, Pres. MRS. W. T. NIXON, Sec. The Elks will glvo their first wat ermelon party of the season tonight at their hall and quite a number is expected to attend. There will be good music and the light fantastic will be tripped. PI.KOXAL ()Ti:S. f f 4- f Jnmes H. Johnson of Potenu was Gere yesterday. J. R. die, Jr.. of Tulia wns In the city yesterday. J. C. Whltehurst was here today from Newport. T. M. Dumas of Madlll was tn the city yesterday. 1. W. Williams of Purcell Is In the city on buslno1, D. B. Lester of Tishomingo was in the city yesterday. J. F. Hughes of Mnrlctta spont yes terday In the city, R. L Freeman and T. P. Howell of Davis spent yesterday In the city. 'Allison Coleman and sister. Miss Mabel, left today for the St. Ixnils Ex position. W. F. Bourlnnd find Rcnnle Hour- land wore In tho city yesterday from TUuomlngo. Hob Bmrll ban returnod from points In Kansas where- he has been foi"?to past month. Mrs. S. C. Wallace, who hag been visiting relatives In the city, returned yesterday evening to her home at Vnfloy View. Wm. G. W. Vernor and family have returned from n very pleasant visit to Mrs. Vernor's old home In Illinois and at the St. Louis fair. Rev. J. N. Moore has returned from Provence where ho has been assisting pastor F. M. Lawrenco In a revlvnl meeting. He reports a very One meet ing, with several conversions. C. M. E. Church Conference.' The Ardmore district conference convened Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock July 27 at Washita Chapel C. M E. church with "Rev. A. R. Mitchell In the chair He opened the confer ence in much love, and tho preachers and delegates present seemed to be In Kood spirits nnd hope for n pleas ant session. It wns the largest dls trict conference ever Tield of tho C M. E. church in this district. There were some able sermons preached and nlso some fine papers discussed REV. A. R. MITCHELL, P. E. L .1). A. GRAY, Sec. Stolen $15 Reward. Stolen from three miles south of Simon, I. T., July 31, one red leather saJille, branded on cantel E. R. B FOR RENT A first-class brick store if"". orwi ju. pa .uu ior TnnKITug, 2CxlOO, lC-ft, celling, largo saddle or lit, jor saddle and capture glass front. R W. Randol. 27-tf FOR RENT Room 10x150. 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. II. Pugh. 11-tf of thief. E. It. niRDWELU dd3-wl Simon, I. T. FOR RENT A homo or ten rooms, 3 halls, good water, largo barn and garden. Apply Will Gardner at Lynn's shoe store. ltf. FOR RENT Apply It. 22tf. -A new three room house. T. Dallas, Caddo street Modern Tonsorlallsts. M liner & Ellott, the up-to-date bar be:s. aie prepared to furnish Oftrlc baths, electric massages, shower and tub baths. Expert barbers, courteous attention has built theTn up n larp. trade. Call on them, next dour 10 Cold Storage. i-lsa Will 11 EMANUEL LOWENSTEIN' resume Music Teaching July for the season 1904-5. Piano Pupils Received. Special attention to Harmony and Counterpoint. Card of Thanks. i Tho fnmlly of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. C. Hrldgmnn nnd daughter. Dr. W. J. Brown, Mrs. Annie Stldbnm and oth er members of the family desire through this medium to express their thanks to their friends ahd neighbors fcr their assistance nnd presence be- fore and after the death of their fath er, M. D. Brown. Such kindness will long be remembered and appreciated Postal Extension. . Over at South 'McAlester tho Postal Telegraph company received a car of wire Saturday to be used in building the line between South McAlester and Oklahoma City. Tho lino between South McAlester and Oklahoma City nnd between South McAlester and Denlson, Texas, will uoth bo built within ninety days from date. S. S. Ball, formorly of this place who has been in Denton, Texafi, for so"mo time, camo through hero yestcr day with his family, in a wagon pros pecting with tho intention of again settling in the territory. Hay Tfes. Hay Ties. Frank Hunt, Berry Skaggs, G. G wo u-iii moot nnvi.ndv'R nrioor. on Green and sons, Henry and George, i,. MD vnm v. nnns nnd Braden and Ivey Broswell will I leave tomorrow morning for Oil The fnmous Greenlnnd refrigerator j Springs where they will take in tho stands nf the head of the list -as be-.: picnic and also fish r-ome, Ing the bosk Noble "Bros.. nre scRln them at cost. v ' . " Just a iow more'lee cream freeiers. and water coolers at cost, niVENS.l.CORHN & FRENSLEY, We carry a full line of the llp,ht runninK Mollne ond tho cerebrated Mitchell wacons. Call and got ou prices. ' ,; . BIVENS,, QORHtf & FRENSLEY, PURE PAINTS FINE OILS-; SOTH M'ALESTER WINS OPENING GAME FROM TER RITORY CHAMPIONS, 3 TO 0. Locals Were Unable to Successfully Hit Porter. Which Accounts for Their Defeat Will Redeem Themselves Today. llO per cent off FOR CASH On T? j. LnflW anrl Low-Cut TUUlWear Men's Styles Inability to hit Porter wan the muse of tho rhnmplotui downfall yes terday nftermwm. On previous occn slons.tho big follow ban pn-ven easy for tho local gang of stickers, but yete"ruay he hud them all going, only two safe hits being registered off him. Foley WJilte'g effective com 1 ! Iiik has tn doubt niMdu the Improve ment in lVrter. j Moulders occupied tho box for rd , more nnd pitched another good game Ho struck out ten of tho visitors an-l except In the last inning kept tin visitors hits well scattered through out the game. 1 White, firs man up In tiu) flrat in-1 ning, hit the ball over the feme for. n homo run. The pitchers and the teams back of them settled down 1 b to b b b S4 50 ' to' to' to to 41 '1 4 4S 41? V Tiie t'O Shoes go at he ?.;...i Slioi'.s j-o lit Th Jj.' ."iti Slioes f,'o at t uri-espoiitlln reductions made on all Summer F otwear. Come in antl see our extraordinary Sumir.er bargains. 'i 15 S2 25 LYNN THE SHOE MAN m I BIG PICNIC RAILROAD MEETING HELD. Chamber of Commerce Getting Busy on Several Propositions. Sidney Suggs, as president of the Chamber of Commerce of Ardmore, re ceived a telephone message from George Henley at Ada this morning stating that Allen, Sulphur and Ada were going to send a committee to Muskogee to confer with tho Mus kogee Union railroad people at that place tomorrow and asking Ardmore to also send a committee to net Joint ly in an effort to get the Muskogee Union rnllroad people to build their read from Muskogee through those places and Ardmore, to Henrietta or Bowie, Texas. A meeting of tho business men of Ardmore was neld this morning at tho Whittlngton hotel and a commit' tee consisting of J. E. Humphrey, R. W. Dick nnd Sidney Suggs wns elect ed to represent Ardmore in tho mat ter. Money for their necessary ex penscs on the trip was made up and they left this afternoon over the Frls co nnd will Join the Ada committee at Ada. This road means much for Ardmore because the town has reached a position where the more roads she gets tho better It will be. It means sliops and factories, and all that is needed to make It the liest city in tho South west 1 push and capital. The min eral and agricultural fields are here; and all that Is needed Is some one to develop th'em. W. A. Lodbetter made a talk In which ho said: "e need and must have an acting agency In the form of a board of trade nnd this fall Is the tirao to get It." The subject of Rlngllng Bros', cir cus coming hero was taken up nnd a motion wns unanimously passed that tho president of tho Chamber of Com merce write and Invito them to come and show them that Ardmore has no ill feeling toward them. A good Idea wns suggested by one of the gentlemen present and that was to have a small circular printed stating what Ardmore has nnd what she can do, and slve them to the busl neus men of the town to be put in every letter the write upon whatever subject to capitalists back East. This is tho best advertisement tho town could put out nnd will be sure to bring its results. Tho meeting then ndjourncd. then and not another run was made until the ninth, when three wife hits and nn error by White in center field netted tho visitors two additional scores, the final score being 3 to 0. The fans believed that the locals would overcome tho visitors' lead of ono run until tho ninth Inning and even in the last half with tho score to 0 against thorn a faint hope re mained that Ardmore would make a sensational finish, but Burke, Dough erty and Clayton went out In order and with them the game. Rngwlalo and White each Kocurod a safo hit, which were tho only hits made by Ardmore during the game. Following Is tho score: S. McAlester R. H. PO. A. E WhlTc, c 1 1 5 0 0 McGlnnls, 2b 1 2 1 1 0 Powell, If 1 1 1 0 Selby, cf 0 1 1 0 Whittenberg, lb 0 0 12 0 Davidson, rf 0 0 2 0 Spencer, ss 0 0 2 1 Riddfo, 3b 0 0 1 2 Porter, p 0 2 2 3 AT OIL SPRINGS, I. T. Two Days August 4th and 5th Among the many entertainments will bo Indian Ball Games by Mississippi Choctaw Indians, Dancing Platform, Speak ing by prominent orators, including Hon. II. M. Furmnn, II. II. Urown, A C. Cruco and Sidney Suggs, lfivoryboily has a cordial invitation to bo presont. Stand privileges will be sold August 1st. Committee JohC Hu.chi W. F. Hachford The Ardmoreite. Prints All the NEWS All the Time.. Totals .3 I 10 Ardmore R. II. PO A Burke, rf 0 0 2 0 Dougljety, c, lb 0 0 8 0 Clayton, 3b 0 0 0 2 Rngsdalc, lb, c 0 1 11 0 White, cf 0 10 0 Stone, ss 0 0 2 1 Redford, .If 0 0 1 0 Blair. 2b. 0 0 3 3 Moulder1, p 0 0 0 3 Totals 0 2 27 9 By Innings: S. M.Alester. 1 2 3 4 D C 7 8 ..10000000 Ardmore 0 0000000 00 Summary Home run White, two baso hit Ragsdalo 1; struck out uy Moulders 10, Porter G; baso on balls Moulders 1, Porter I; double play Porter to Riddle, Moulders to Blair to Dougherty; left on bases Ard-, more 3, South McAlester 4. Umpire, Bibbs. Tho two teams will engage In the setond game of tho series this after noon, which should result In a vic tory for Ardmore. Harris will occupy the box for Ardmore and either Selby or Mulkey, both of whom are Texas leagilors, will pitch lor South McAlester. MaRing Money! Tho Easiest way to mako money is to save it Tho surest way to save it is to trade here. We have everything in Dry Goods; Ladies' and Cents' Furnishings, it Greatly lied need Prices. This week we are olloring an Extra Special in MEN'S PANTS J5.00 Funoy Worsted and OaB hi more Pnnts for 83 CO Fancy Worsted and Oai !lmerj Pants for J3.00 Worst od and OnBslmoro Pant-1 for J2.60 Worsted Cassimero and Finnnel Pants for $3.25 $2.25 $L95 $1.70 Lot of cheaper Pants at Vory Liw Prices. All our Snmmer Suits At Lets than Factory Cost Tf GEO. ASH STORE Lowest Price Cash Store W. M. Gwyn Dr. C. N. Wood will leave for dental college September 1. Those desiring dental work done by him call nt his office ia.jWbeoler building before the he has seen on his trip and that ho saw sevoral monled men while he wa-s Rev. J. F. Young has returnod from an extended trip through Texas where ho has been holding meetings. Mr. Young snys he had about 100 con versions and that there were at least l.fiOO people at every meeting. Tho ecuntry through which he traveled, he tays, Is In fine shape, except wber the boll weevil nnd the boll worm have been at work. He suys Ard- moro Is tfio most business-like place Why not Insure your dwelling with K. G. Graham GWYN&GRAHAM Agents for The Strongest Old Line Fire Insurance COMPANIES Noble Building Telephone 380 SKrO 099OOQaoaOi date ofhlB departure !-tf , HANDSOME WALL PAPER t t l I H..V.H.H-HH- $ - DRUGGIST T. N. COLEMAN DRUaGIST The very fine Jersey cow belonging to 1. Boger, valued at 1100, died last night. Cnuso of death unknown. Mrs. today. D. -E. Allen is reported sick White Mountain Ice cream freozers at rodueod price. II I VEX S, CORHN & FRENSLKY. The W. C. T. V. will meet promptly at 4 p. m. tomorrow, Wednesday, at the First Presbyterian church. A womans Idea of economy Is to trade some old things ahe needs "for some now thing that sho has no use for. gone who had their eyes on Ardmoro and were corning here as scon as they could-straighten their business. We need men of wealth in Ardmore an ' Mr. Young says wo are to have them as throe wealthy men he know.-; r are coming here soon. Rev-J. It. Masters will prc-a-h East jArdmoro Baptist church Wed nosday nlKht. A gcod atten iane should bo prosont. it Lost. T Found. R For Ront Y V LEADER CHUB LEADER For Salo Help Wnnted Rooms for Rent, W A N T C O L U M N Subsorlbo for tho Ardmoreite The World's STANDARD of a GOOD FLOUR I I v. 2 MRCUUMIOTATQR PURCELL. I.T. TYLER k SIMPSON GO, Wholesale Distributors Cr a o s & $ $ & a o 0