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In the selection by the rentiers of tlio Arclmun-ite of r
vounir lady from Ardiiioro mid ono from some otlior section
of tho Chiclciisitw Nation to rfjirusuiit tho Chickasaw Nation
on October 1st. Indian Territory Day. at tlio Worlds Fair,
the following votes have been cast:
Miss Fay HurniU ;M0O
Miss Lena Gardonhire -'0
Miss Willie (Hreon ,u
Miss Delia ISomlra 1000
eiljc pailn arDmorcilc.
Published every afternoon (except
H.iturdny ami Sunday morning.
OIllio of public aUOi, North Wash
SIDNEY SUGGS, Proprietor
Mitered at" the p..M.tt:.e nt Ardmore
as Second-class V.bII Matter.
November i 189.
(Payable In Advance).
Tho OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER or tho
OniteJ States Court tor tho Southern
District, Inillan Territory. Also for
Uio chlrknsaw Stock Association o
tho Indian Territory, und tho olllclal
organ of tho city.
Siiy" orroheous roiled Ion upon tho
character or reputation of any person
which may bo printed In tho Ardmoro
Ito. or any artlclo boned on, reports
that aro fnlso will glaoly be corrected
If brought to tho attiutlon of Uie
GkIi, Colorado A. Santa Fe Railway.
Oalvoston & Chicago Ex.... 3:40 a. m.
Clcburno & K C. Ex 4 MO p. m.
Galveston & Chicago Ex..l2:3r. a. m.
Clotmrne & K. C. Ex 11: GO p. m.
Choctaw, Oklahoma Gulf Railway.
Arrivo at Ardmore 1:20 p. m.
Leave Ardmore 3:20 p. m.
Local freight carrying passengers
Arkansas & Choctaw Railway.
Ix?avo Ardmoio daily C;20 a. m
Arrivo Ardmore dally 8:20 p. m.
Mixed train arrives 11:10 n. m.
Mixed train lenvon 2:35 p. m.
Wheelor, I. T.. Aug. 31. Wo are
having very hot ami dry wetiUier nnd
cotton Is opening ft. All early cot
ton will be ready for plrklng by next
.Monday. IjU cotton will prove to
h" tho best UiIm year. SomeUiltig Is
during the early co'iun to nhwd the
There Is considerable ilckuuM In
tin- country. V. H. Collier him two
very nick children with typhoid fe
ver. W. A. Taylor and rl Roblscn with
tlflr families have retttriii.il from
Kaufman county, Tnxna,
Col. W. C. Nixon, gonornl manager
uf the G C. & S. V. railroad, l here
Poking nfter his oil Interest. They
struck a very rich vein yestonlay and
Air. Nixon I well pleased with tho
Two bnlos of cotton passed through
V'hecler yesterday hound for' Aril
noro. J. F. Ilennott of (irnham was In
heeler yontordny looking nfter tin
tf'pphono line. Ho 'as It all tip In
II st-clawi shape now.
bev. Thompson Imn Orr commenced
n protracted mectltiK at A Har school
Ikhisc Monday nlghi.
There were 117 scholar enrollinl at
Har ftr Uie free school between tho
HM's of ( and SI.
There Ik a lino opening nuro ifor a
i'.'t-c)iuu doctor, Nnt: now Is the time
foi him tc come as one I' needed
NOMINATED BY ARDMOREITE
READERS AT PURCELL.
he Race Up to Noon Show Decided
Gains Miss Burn.tt Lesds In
Ardmore By Handome Ma
jority of 3,400.
All United States lunlla closo
Minutes prior to tnvln tlmo.
Hereafter tho malls will bo closed
nt 0 p. m. lnstea.1 of S . m. as form-
oriy i). uunnni.i), i. m.
1180 tho 1mg Dlstonco Telophono
nnd call tip 'Phono N C. If you want
Ardmore, Thursday, September 1.
The HuKdaim are again defeating
the Jupanewi, according to th Hue
flan reports, but It is admitted thot
the HiuKlajiR are re'.entlng
The naval recruiting officers are in
Texas again, but we widest to l)oys
who contemplate en'lsting to flr-sL
learn whether the department Is still
Senator Unlley Miys: "Some Uff
publicans nre lvnr. t a:ul some nro
fcnuirt; but the t:".ille Ir those who
are honest tiro not smart and .hose
who are Mtinrt are '-.ot honeitt.' Tint
Is au epigram li.. our whiskers.
Mnrlow, I. T., Auk 31. Mnrlcwv ro-
celvwl her first bal of cotton this
n onilng. It was r.ilsed by J. M
luinw of Comanche county, Olc, It
voIkIiwI 155 iKiiuuls ami whs Imught
ii T. T. KaMin nt i:i,i cents per
! i. im. I. A liberal uiemlum was do
! nteil by the mereliints of the town,
mnUtiiK the Hist lmlc nut a htiudeomo
mum td it h owner.
Mallow lias two complete gins now
sine l Me aifoner Hupe hae bulli
here, and we o.pivt no less than I,
"0 bales of cotton this season.
Duncan camp No. 15 ami Marlow
t. mp No 92. Woodmen of the world,
will give a Joint log rolling nnd has
let picnic Frfilay about tineo miles
.uth of Marlow. A big time Is ox
pneted, nnd botli towns a well as tho
surrounding country, will sind largo
delegations to the g'Uherinp
Iftirly this monilng a lottor wa
lecolved from Purcell whleli plnceJ
Delia Ilondro of that city lu
nt initiation an one of tho Chickasaw J
Nation representatives to tho World- t
Fair on Indian Terltory day I
Mis Ilondro Is n leautlft'l young
Ir.ry and hns been selected by le r (
town to represent It at tho World's
The contest In Avlmore Ir KrowlnB,
li Interest. Alls Fay llurnltt lends
with 3,ltX votiw, w.lle Miss Onnlen
iilre lf a cloto socond with 2,S5'i
V'hile the August uiiUKrrlpUui inone:' ,
being cdlected very hw.'y voting
will be done anil the contest IjIiIh fair
to be the most Interesting ever conduct-
In tJie city. Uomnmhcr, that when
rti pay your mibftcriptlon yju are en
t'liexl to vote. If you live outside of
ntaoro see that your town also has
a representative hi the contest.
Miss Willie Ctj.'en has been pined
it nomination and ueslim with a vote
50. Miss Oreun 's one of Ard-
rrtroH most popiuni yourg laaiea
1 1 d will receive a hninlsome vote.
Deputy Myers of Wynnewocd cam
In yesterday having lu hid charge
l.llslia Harber and Tom Norwood on
a charge of disturbing the peace. It
iwrnt Uint Harber and Norwood had
it In f r the pren.-her nt one of the
churches at Wynnowood and decided
to got even with him. so a few dnys
ego while church was golnr on they
r,nt imt In front cf t'.e church in full
view of the congregation and played
crd. They did not think that they
vould bo molested, but somo of the
iumber8 recognised ihoni and put In
The Inaugural Ball
The Hlthln Club of Tishomingo, Uie
leading sot'inl organization of that
cly, will celebrate tho Inauguration
of the governor of tho, Chickasaw Na
fin with a grand Mo'iSny nlfC.it .
September 5. A number of cominlt-
t 'os 'luivo been appointed to taku
c.'urge of the affairs, and It is pr
lib ted that the IihII will be one of tho
ellest ever given by the Tishomin
go people, and they always do thing
V number of tho local society people
have received lnvltntlonH and it i&
I'opable that Kevernl will ntteud wltlj
lulr luily friends.
Irrvportet Cernmn plnte-tl ware, cups
SPItACiINS fc CO.
Whole Family Engaged.
IVputy iMcKop orreatisl .Iird Crow
r.iid his four wi, "Ink, Dave, Tom
cnnl l.um, yesterday at tho now as
jr.hlt mines iwar Woodford on n war-ir-nt
Isfcueid out by J II. Martin, who
lniuiK that eld man Crow ami his
ei.im nsKaulted him wltJi Intent to kill
at a dance n few nlghU ago. Martin
came in and swore out a warrant for
tin eld. man nnd his four boys.
Tho Crows, made band for their ap
pearance on tho Kith of September nt
vrleh time the cane will he tried.
1 have purehtuwd the N. II. Cray K
Sou tttiK'k of groceries on West Main
t-treet and Invito all of my friends to
trade .with mo. My bicycle and gun
hhop 1ms been moved to tho shiik1
building. W. J. lUedcoe has been
placed In management of the grocery
and feed department
G. W. Ritter.
I. C. S. Free Exhibition
Tho representative of the interna
iional School of Set anion. Pa., will
be at the Ard mure Dry (lood com
pany' store August 30 to September
2. wltli an exhibit of the schools
their method of teaching, result ob
tallied by student, etc. Those schools
have a world-wido reputation, and
have students In overy country of tho
postal union. Call on tho represontn'
tlvoa, as they will be pleased to an
swor any and all inquiries.
170 course; cf study
Two young men hi!t night between
tie hours ct It and l'J o'clock created
ouslderable excitement by shoutlu
nnd lust driving. They we-.o in a
tuggy. und dixive down b stievt,
si.utli, lu a hard run and tdiot three
:mes. When they crossed tne Choc
11 .v track Uiey siiot ihreo times again
Such rulllanlsin in 'he clt.. will not
be put up with us several people weie
disturbed. Tho police have been at
vork on the case nnd think they have
It tSwy are caught up with It wll
in I go very easy wlUi them
A Fire Averted.
I.nst night about S:30 o'c:ock n (i.
v Htckhiiiu nnd Arthur Muzell were
pcsBiiig Win. Page's tore on C street.
uthcis, they dlsoverwl a IjIhxo
tl. rough the window. On breaking
Into the building the Humes proved
to ibe from 11 kerosene Ianin. which
Mr. Page had supposedly "blown out'
11 hnlf hotir previous. The gentlemen
trrow the lump Into the street and
today Mr. Ulckhain 1ms a lisdly burn'
el arm. Mr. Page has had his More
virod for electric llBhts.
M. T. Felker Is moving; the giocer
lis from his brnnitn store In the
Vlieeler blldlng to his stoto next
i"."or to Spmglns & Co., and will con
i'.'ict only ono store.
The citizen who is possessor cf n
viud-mill on his pro'nises would mi
Kt an everhutlug favor on his less
ti'.-tunale neighbors If he wouid
g iane Die eld thing occasionally
t'aroby stopping that painful, dolcf il
ifoiiiid that knocks out so many sweet
hears of sleep nt nighl. Hver ihlnk
Til E AKDMOUKITE
wants ih its sruests
at the World's Fair on In
dian IVnitory day, Octo
bor 1st, 11)0-1, two young
ladies from tliu Chickasaw
Nation ono from Ardmore
and one from some other
portion of the nation. To
each of these young ladies
free transportation and $10
e x p.c n s 0 money will be
Wo want these y o 11 n g
ladies to bo selected by tho
Ardmoreite readers. The
selections they make will
please us and will be fair
representations of Indian
Territory's beautiful wo
men. This day above all
is most important to Terri
tory people. Your friends
will all be there and you
will bo with 'homo folks"
during the entire trip.
Tho Louisiana Purchase
Exposition is the greatest
thing of tho kind the world
has over witnessed. A
week's sight-seeing there
is within itself a liberal
education. No young lady
who can possibly go should
forego tho pleasure of tho
Hero is tho plan by which
Ardtmnvito iadur may
select tho young ladies:
In renewing your sub
scription you may vote for
the young lady of your
choice; for each cent paid
in one vote will bo counted.
All moneys received on new
subscriptions will count at
two votos for each cent.
Send in your subscriptions
or rncowals today and vote
for tho young lady of your
choice who will bo proud to
represent Indian Territory
at tho Fair and who will
make 1 11 d i ti 11 Territory
proud of her,
Use the Coupon.
W. 13. Lnniliiim l? nt nls old siand
a like lornor ot Ilroadway and Cad lo
sttcet. with a big stock of groceries
utid feed. lie Invites all his old cus
tomer to call. 1-0
Miss Uiiitfell Shlululscr Is moving
her stock of inlllliw-v to th bitlldlnn
it luerly occupied by KaJill s confec
ilunery. Knhti is moving across tli
street next door to T N. Coleman.
Make your arrangonionts to ontor
Selvldgo Uiiiliioss College, Monday,
Sept. 5th, the opening ot tho fall
term. A special rate Is being mndo
lor that tilne. Call at the college, nnd
Investigate, If interested. 21-13.
J. A. Clark, formerly with .1. A.
Iivdoviu of this city, has leased the
heoler building on tho corner op
pr.ilto tho court ho'ise and will em
b.'il; in the grocery bnslnows. Mr.
Clark knowp every phase of the gro-
r hu iiuj and will succeed.
John Davidson t'jtod thtr nuirni'ig
I. nt nearly all Uio machinery had
b'.on sot up nnd that btring would bo I
g'lt Saturday 011 the propel ty of the
'Anlinoro Coal. (5u. Oil and Water;
company in northwest Ardniofe.
Forty Bales Todjy
Forty bale of cotton woro mar
keted cn the streets hero today, the
l'Weo rangiiiK from 10:S0 to 11 cents.
Tho pi Ice paid for cotton in the
Qr.Tiiore were also several wagon
y.'il wood cotton which brought
Mnko your arrangonionts to ontor
Selvldgo Business College Moudny
Sopt. 5th, the oponing of tho fnll
term. A spoclal rnto Is being made'
lor that tlmo. Call at tho collogo and Irle at Ardmoro Ihls season has nev
Investigate, If Interested. 2M3. er been less thau 10 corns per pound,1
Olltce our F it st National Beak
Akdmokk, In i). Tun.
-H:--H ..;....f, .;.
MISS ATRELLE FLANIKEN,
Teacher of Piano and Violin,
Wishes to announce that sho will re-
o,icn her studio for tho senson of (Uy Otilllot llros., membcw New Or-
1 1904-5 on September 1, and will rc
Iciive pupils on and after that data
1 I'houc 234. 10-lm
German plated water
SPnAOINS & CO.
Imported Oerman platiVl dippers,
wah pans, etc. Will Inst a lifetime.
SPItAOINS & CO.
leans Cotton Exchange,)
Ardmore, I. T Sept. 1 The fol
lowing quotations show the mnikct nt
Any style buggy, from a runabout
to n handsome surrey, for Just a little
less than others sell them.
Make your arrangements to enter
Selvldgo Huslness Collogo Monday,
Sept. 5th. tho opening of tho fall
term. A special rate Is being made
for that tlmo. Call at tho collcgo and
nvestigato, If Interested. 21-13.
Tell Your Boys
That tho irroat William McKlnlcy
ealtl: Integrity and industry are
the best pcsseselons any man can
have nnd every man can have thera.
NolKxly can give them to him. Thev
are Indispensable to 'success. Thoy
are Invincible. Employment waits on
thorn, cnpltal required them, citizen
ship Is not good without them. If
you don't already have them, get
them, and If you have not nlrcady
eaten Solomon's very best bread, hU
delicious rye, grahnm and brown
bread1, his spiced rolls, cakes, tho
variety of .which Is too numerous to
mention, "get them."
'SOLOMON. Tho Ilaker.
And "Maker ot dood Things to Eat.
A GOOD FOUNDATION,
and we'll do the rost.
H. P. LONDON,
Practical Hatter, Cleaner and Dyor,
111 North Washington. Phone 135.
Ladles' Work a Specialty
Jan. Fob 5 75
(Fob, Mar C 78
Mar. April 0.82
Aug. Hept 6.18
Hopt. (Jot 5 01
Oct. Nov O.bll
Nov. Dec 5 71
Dec Jan A 77
Spots and Sales.
Spots C 70
New York Futures.
Sopt 11 00
Oct 10 90
Deo 10 01
Jan.... 10 90
Spots and Sales.
New Orleans Futures.
Sept 10 70
Spots and Sales.
Spots 11 3-16
Saloa , 825
I Iocs Oattlo
Uhlcayo 0,00J 7,500
K 0 6,000 0,000
Omaha 4,600 6,600
Hoes opened 6 to 10 lower.
Lett ovor 6.000. Kecelots last voar
.Mixed Dir., 050; good 015, 515; rough
465,490; lipht 510, 655.
Uuttlu tlnv; sheep steady.
lust received a shipment of Head-
ley's and Loose Pros' flno candles nt
21-It J. A SKIPWOPTH'S.
Soy. don't you wart to Takoma a
biscuit from Skip's. Ii .1 help bf me.
A Falce Report.
Wo wltJi to fctato that tho report
current of our moving lo Ixno Grovo
or Howitt Is false, as this report was
started on account of bo many Kaclne
buggies and wagons sold t our cus
tomers In that direction In one day.
Thus wo aro still at the -amo old
stand with more Racine goads.
Supt 109 1-2
May 110 3-4
100 3 4
110 1 4
Deo 51 7 8
May 49 3-4
opt 31 3-4
Dec 33 3 8
May 35 3-4
Catarrh Can Be Cured.
Nasal Catarrh, Catarrh of tho Head
or Catarrhal Deafness, No Cum No
Pay. All Druggists are authorized
by Uio manufacturers ot lnmsen'f Cn
tirrh Cure to refund money where It
Mis to .cure any case of Catarrli of
the Head, no matter hw h.ng atand
Ing. One application gives ease and
ri st. This Is a now discovery nnd
the only Catarrh remedy sold on a
j-.nsltlvo guarantee. No Cure, No
Pay. 50 cents.
For Kilo by all Ituggls.s. 1
Ardnw.ro Fuel Yard
rent. L. C. Iesuro.
53 7-8 A
503 8 A
Helnt. new pickles and kraut 'Just
1 celvwl at
tl-4t J. A. SKIPWORTIPS.
Nice cooking ami eating apploa,
and lots of goods tilings to oat at
21-4t J. A. SKIPWOHTH'S.
Tho Modern Woodmen of America
meet every Monday night In the K. of
P. hn'l. J. F. SON, V. C.
ERUETT DUNLAP, Clerk.
, $ ', "". ' '
DRS HARDY & McNEES, Proprietors
Lur-pe. clean, airy, well-lighted rooms Bquipped with
fvcry tnoderu convenience. Surgical Diseases and
Diseases ol Women are given special attention.
Trained nurses in attendance. Charges reasonable.