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Ardmore, Friday January 1$, 190.
tlnmce. Complete iltMltnctinn. No insurance, ItUINI That Is th story wtil eh may bo part of nrt) man 'n life It lio bo wllh II. Much better to pay tt' sroull turn nocan ry to secure yntirs-olf naltist the PERSONAL NOTES. Loss by Fire . W .Wndo Is horo from lMuls Valley. ! " U. C. Moody of Madlll la In tic city, i Dob King and C. 0. Washington nro It. tho city (rum Murlutta on business. I 8. T. McOuler and Wm. M. Kruuklln and know that ovrn if the worst ' aro b,eru from Miullll, 1 happens you can make n fresh 'tart. 1 u, jnrroii of South McAlorttor la In 1 In yonr hong?, store, nock or burn', .... 1 unnrotectect? Ul clty' tawroncu Musgraves 1b In the city'enikm S. 1R. RRUCEI'rom Wapanuokn to spend a few days Kaumw City Journal Olflrr Id l'oal OHlctf Ulock l Kansas City Journal People. ! J. 0. Nollson, who In tn chnrco ot , I lit., ir... ,,,.. ri.. 1 -1 it,. ' Ciir'' arrival In the city today accom ranled by J. It. Bledsoe and J. it. , Cmndul. The car Is at Madlll and will Hero thin evening Itli the special photographers and artists aboard. Tho party number eighteen, alt of whom are Kansas City Jourmil people. The ' purpose for which these Journalists j wore sent out is to got data for publl-1 of a statehood edition ot (he , giving lufomiii-! 'with relatives. . jtlon upon tho resource and genera' ' i V. A. Wolverlun went to Oklahoma ' conditions of the Indian 'territory. I cit last night. Special write-up will bo made of trio Uttlo Mlrw Ilolen GUUwplo Iirb rfon ' prlmlpal towns of tho teirltory. an t 1 4 DON'T MISS THIS SALE Does It Mean Anything to You ? llns mow y salving atiy attraction for yon? Docs do jrant clotiiing appeal to you? If your answer is "yes" then we arc sun you will bo interesk'il in our offer of 20 DISCOUNT On Our Entire Stoclt of Hen's, Boys' and Children's SUITS and OVERCOATS Wo are by no means boastful when wo assort that we liavo a larger variety and butter quality of Men's and Boys' Clothing than any other houso in Ardmore, and that our discount gives you TUB BEST VALUES TO BE HAD IN TOWN. Of course wo recognize how easy it is to say these things iu tho newspaper but we go further wo can substantiate. We are willing you should look uround for it the comparative test we court, und the chanco to prove our statement. tc Ciniuesvlllu to attend school. Morau Scott and wlfo luft thtc utter toon for a short tay In Gainesville. t. W. Williams of Purcolt Ifl lu tiio city on bUHlnoAS. Mrs. UOy Ilradford la In Cloburuo visiting friends. 13. D. Luho hnB returned rroin a trip to Chicago. Ho was Joined ou tho re turn trip by Mrs. Luko and" llttlo daughter, who woro visiting friends In Oklahoma City. Messrs. Nellsou, Bledsoe and Orun- dal of tho Kansas City Journal part' i.rrlvod hero today. Their special I lar with tho balance of tho party wilt como over from Madlll this evening. Wulter Jackson and mother of Gra ham aro horo today ou their return from a visit to rolatlvoa at Mulberry, 1 Ark. Mr. Jackson callod at tho Ard-' morolto offlco and subscribed for tho -Ardmoro to go to his undo at Mul berry. Ho wan also necompanlod by his uuclc Oscar, who la horo to look at teh country. Dra. J. W. and Lenta Klslmlngor, os- I the edition promise to ho tho wiot cotnpli to work of Us Mud ever at tempted. Thousand of those coplof will he sent to all part of tho Eastern states, and the Idea In to acquaint tin public with the poeilbllltloe thnt a wall the development of tho Southwest. Tho party will bo met ut tho depot thlf evening when tho. car arrives an n committee from tho Chamber of Commerce and a rommltteo from Ujo city council, which was appointed pov , era! days ago to eutertnln thorn, wilt , tak. charge of the party and assist them In tho work of securing datu Tor I thWr special edition. The party will 1 moot tonight with these committee tj and arrangements will bo made for a I complelii write-up ot tho town. J Now that Christmas day is past, And you can thinK of every day matters HKe Foot-Comfort and Health Come in and let us show a pair of our stout rourjh-weather Shoes. Prices right. $2.50 up. Good line of Rubbers. Repairing a Specialty. LYNN, THE SHOE MAN. 1905 SPECIALTIES We unite you to call anil look at our largo line of Worl ens. v want to muUejou holiday clothing Our prices irt tho lowest and lit the most satisfactory. Remember our cleaning, repairing nntl pressing depart ment. JHO. COON Bit. Ardmore Tailoring Coiiiuaiiv District Court. 'I he district court opened this morn ing as usual and tho following work was disposed of: W. I'. WuUon vs. Mattle Watson, divorce grantod. PHONE 430 Georco NV Nicholson, of Sulnhur tcopathlo physicians, havo secured tho wag (ll-,nttod to tho bar. Kuykondal property ut 223 B utroot. Thl, n80 aKaiHL Saw Holly, chaw southwest, and locatod permanently tHl Wth iftrcony wnf) disposed of. In tho city. Dr. Lonia Ktsimingor Evangelistic Sermon. Hov. W. C. MIlos of Guthrlo. 2h ard company, which has boon organ- has hoon conducting a sorlos cfi o- Wlll Go After Gas. It. Ij. Herring of tho Horrlng-Down- j The Men's and Boys Outfitter 2nd door wet City NatL Banlt, Ardmore, I. T. 0. J. TREADWELL Dependable Goods. Canton Clipper Turning Plows, Victor Cultivators, Stalk Cutters, Corn Planters, Cotton Planters, Ilaln Wagons, Hacinc Wagons, - Kentucky Wngona, Hleea Iluggles. Phaetons and Carriage at SPItAOlNS & CO'S. MARSHAL COLBERT HONORED. Will Be One of Roosevelt' Body guard on Inauguration Day. Marshal Ben Colbort, who Is In tho city from Tishomingo attondlng court. recolved a loiter from Capt, Brody, 'formerly of tho Rough Kldcrs, now governor of Alabama, stating that Uio president had solocted him, Colbort, with twcntjMiIno others who 6orvod In Itin Ttnnfrli TMitnr pnitinilnv nf 1 11111 (... men, 10 Da nis guaru or uonor uuring tho occasion of his Inauguration as See our line of Studebakor buggies president of tho United States, which and dellvory wagons. I will tako placo on tho 4th of March. lied, Is In tho city for tho purposo of drilling for gas horo. Mr. Herring Is from Independence, Kan., whoro ho l;afl been drilling a woll. Ho said to day Hint nil tho tooln were hern for como hero about Uiroo months ngo and dlvorco. grnted. ' Ul0 ariillng of tho woll and that tho being ploased with tho city Induced wiiber Oago, colorod, wna convict-' worK wouia begin on It In a fow hor brothor, Dr. J. W. Elslmlngor, oJ ot larceny ot a watch and lluod 1 juvh. Tho cold weather somewhat from Ktllmoro, Mo., to locnto In Ard-1 m nnJ 8ontcnco,i to two months 1 ,i,,iaya tho work and If It conttnuou It Mltuilo W. Qroon vs. i'red Oreoa, mora. mons during Uds wooU at tfta trinei Presbytorlan church, is still wllti hbu Tho pastor requests a sood nttewfttsatj during Mr. Miles' stay. Tho cwt is warm and comfortablo and tb mons hlglily Interesting. Uov. Mlloa will prcadi tonltfil, urday night, Sunday moraine a night and may remain with a In Jail. Ho was charged with stealing s probablo thf.t work will not boglo noxt woolc. Everybody la most tho watch at this place last fall. , until about Wednesday noxL ThU Mortuary, The court thou took a recess until 2 'company was grantod a franchlso oov- J. IL Bloan, formerly of Dallas, dlod . o-0lock ,hB afternoon at which tlmojcrfti wook8 aR0 by tho city council to at 11:30 o'clock today at tho residence lh aKan9t M. H. Thompson, furnish gns to tho city and thoy bognn of his brothor, Clarenco Sloan, this i charRln(. hlm wlln larceny, came up I work nt onco gotUng all ready to bo clty. Tho remains will bo takon toand , on trlali . drluln- rr,,., , wnH wlli be ruahod to a speedy completion la certain, aa tho company Is doing all they can to begin operation. i ... t. . i n 11 (1 tl 11 rr n r VOUI ' VhlteBboro. Texas In tho morning for j Jo)m irftU8t wu0 was on trial yos Interment j terday afternoon for larceny, waB con- Ivlcted. Ho will bo sentenced at Uie unil ,f llin lorm " ...... health any longer. DON'T Buy a pair of rubbers fiotn the HamiMon Shoe NOTICE. W. today, II. Illakomore is rcportod 111 NOBLK IIUOS. Will Light is no longer connected with the Ingram Transfer and Bag gago lino. Cheap Chicken At B. IJ. Pugh's. Feed 8-C Tho rosular mooting of tho W. C. T. U. will bo held at tho O. P. church Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Jan. Iff. MnS. A. li CUUTISS, Sec. MISS KATHERINE MeCABE, Professional Nurse. 20-1 m Phono 82 To make room for now stock or seed will soil a lot of small grain cheap. Suitable for chicken feed. J-6 12. B. POOH. Teachers' Examination. An examination ot teachers for tho Chickasaw nation will bo held in Tish omingo on tho 27th and 28th or Jan uary 1005. 28-lm This Is qulto an honor that has been bestowed upon Mr. Colbort. This body guard, or guard of honor, will march In tho parado with tho prosldcnt who showed his appreciation of tho services ot his mon who fought by his side In Cuba, by placing thorn In a post of honor and ono whoro any man In tho United States would bo proud to rank. Ho truly rcmcmbors his friends, who woro friends In time of war, and honors thom In peace. Seo our J. I. Case plows and culti vators. KOBLH BI103. Who handles Moon Bros', buggies? NOBLE UllOS. Tho plans havo been drawn up for tho erection ot a $3,200 cottage for It. Mosos on Main streot Just west ot of Dr. T. S. .Booth's house. Tho build ing will bo a handsomo ono. Wo havo Just recolved a car .Moon nros. buggies and hack" NOBJ.R PltOS, Moon Bro bugsles sold only , C. Preddy's at closing out prices. nf at Beforo you buy reo our Mr. Bill combined planter and mlddle-bustcr noble Bnoa Judgo J. T. DIckerson will arrlvd Monday and ossumo chargo ot tho court at this placo until tho ond of tho torm. Judgo Hosct, Townsend, who Is now occupying tho bonch, will go to Pauls Valley Monday whoro ho will open court that day. SiOT'C I Administrators Sale of Real Estate. Notice Is hereby given that tho un- dorslgned ,by virtue of an order ot salo, made by the Honorable Hosua Townsend, Judgo ot tho United States court, for tho Southern district, Indian rrltory,, at Ardmore, ou tho loi,. January, l'JUG, In Ho Estato of H. P. Potts, deceased, will sell at pub- (By Oulllot Bros., member New Or- llc auel0Il to tho highest aud biwl loans C- ttou Exchange.) j uijaer tl0 following described real MARKET REPORTS rr tllally Invited to thoso sonrlcoau All kinds ot conditions protau n ludlnn Territory. Today wltcwtu sorao freak weather tho sun fiuas brightly all day and ut tho oam am a flno snow kopt llylng In tho alr.TUat Incident was observed, by many. At tto first Blgn ot a cough begin taking Hoffman's Throat nnd Lung 'boon." hyrup .and you will avoid all danger. It nips coughs In tho bud. Over 1,000 bottles eoM labt winter and nover a complaint. Sold and guaranteed by V. J. Itamney, druggist. 8 Of all sad words ot tonguo or SP tho saddost nm thoso: "Ilo'o a liaa- Whon sorno mon get Into tho jrafMHr oyo thoy afford tho public about much pleasuro as a clndor would ta a similar position. Ardmoro, I. T., Jan. 13. Tho fol lowing quotations show th ma.ket ei today: COTTON MARKET. Liverpool Futures. Open. Close Jan. Feb :i.f,H 3.70 lob. Mur U 7u .i.TIt Mur April 11.73 a 7tl Apr. May I?.7d 11.70 May Juno 3.70 IS. Hi Nov. Dee, Deo. Jan '-i fti Spots and 8ales. Spots 3 80 Sales blOU New York Futures. Open High Low Mnr (J.HS H 01 G.fi'J May 0l).r) 7.01 (1.01 Jul 7.05 7 13 7.01 3pots and 8ale. Clot') G 87 ti U7 7 00 7.20 -notn Snlea 3,01. New Orleans Tutures. For tho best In tho lino go to Julius Kahn . confectionery 13 Kahn'a Is tho placo to tako your lad les after tho shows, and on all other occasions, when tho best Is desired. It s s s 0 T. N. COLEMAN For WALL PAPER, PAIiUTS and GLASS Mar. May. Jul. Open 0.73 tl 60 0 00 HlRh 0 b' G.0I 7.') I Low 0.7i 0.8-J 0 92 CIopo estato, viz: Tho brick business house uud lot on which samo U sltuntod, more par ticularly described as lot eight (8) In block threo hundred and twonty-Uireo (323)', lu tho city of Ardmoro, Indian Territory, according to tho map or p'.at of Bald city duly approved by tho interior department. Said salo will tako placo on Tues day, Junuary 21, 1903, In front ot Uk building used as tho Uultod States court building lu Ardmoro, I. T., bo tweou tho hours of 10 a. nt. and 3 p. m nnd will bo on a crodlt ot throe months, wlUi approved bond or secur ity. This January 13, 190C. DON LACY, Administrator with tho will annoxol of tho estato of H. V. Potts, docoased. Potterf & Walkor, attornoya for ad ministrator. 13-91 Suporlntondont Buck of tho public schools stated today that tho oxtromo cold woathor wo havo been o.xporlenc- (! 7H i lug for tho past sovoral days had groat- Spots and Sale. Spots, t- aiea. . 0 87 0 07 0 7-8 4S60 GRAIN. Wheat- May 1181 lltl July UU 052 Corn May Hi 161 Julv tSi L OaLs May . 31 Sit July.' 31 ail Pork i Jan 1276 1 1260 HIV Jan fiMS LIVESTOCK. Chicago, Hops Oattlo ChlcaRO 45,003 33,000 K 0 10,700 7,000 Omaha 0,000 3.0CO UOS8 opened itrouc Lett over, 2,500. KecMpti ear ii'o 20,000 Llcht 435-165; heavy 47.V430 tnlsctl U3-130 ; rough i'A-iQO. Oattlo stenuy, bii Jup strong Sheep 22,000 2,000 0,000 ly thinned the ranks of tho pupils at all tho schools and Unit all the classes Is most of tuo wards were about half tho slzo thoy usually aro In pleasant woathor. A harmless, modern, Bclentlllo rem edy for curln-' headache Ilamsey's lloadacho rlllxlr. Curo.i promptly and loaves you fooling better than before Urn headache eommencod. 25 cents, S. ItAMHBY'S DltUO STOIIK. Tho chaugeablo woathor wo havo boon having la hard on thoso whoso lunga aro weak. Wo havo Chost Protectors that retain warmth and vitality and keep tho cold at bay. Isht. i 8 RAMSEY'S DRUO STORK. RllAL KSTAfH RANSI'BRS ARDMORE ABSTRACT GO. V. S WOLVI2KTON & SON, Hgrs. D. W. Butcher and wlfo to J. Ij. Wilson, deed; nil of block 235, Tl H McCarfjc mil wifo to O F Gross, deed; lots n and 0 iu block 111 in Dougherty , $7ZQ. Want Ad THEY ARE BUSINESS BRINGERS READ flrdmowe Want Ails THEY BRING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Franh Butt's Drug' Store If FOR THE BEST HOT DRINKS Goods delivered frco at any hour from 0 u. m. to 12 every night. PHONE 381 WE SELL POSTAGE STAMPS