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Ardmore,-Thursday,' October 2f 190S.
THE OAILT ARDMOHEITE FIVJl r JEAD uOJY r CART BR & CANNON., agents ntrnBaaHTina tuc rOLLOwiia RiLMolt Cdoypntno , '. ' ' Coramnrclnl Onion Ansuranco Company of London, Kntlauft . Phiatlnu Innurnnco Compaar of Uimlou, Knt'lRuJ (lueen InsurancoCompiiny of Now York NtiHtrn Flro of New York Pnoenlx Inmirancn Company of Iiartforil,Oonn. Orient Inanrtinco Company, of Hartford, Conn Klroman' Kunil of Han Franclnco ' Norwich Union Insurance Society of Norwich, England Herman Alliance Innuranco Company of Now York Ocean Accident and Uuaranteu Corporattoa PrudenVlal Llfo tnauranut Company New Jersey Plate Glass Companr rbanU of llrooklyn, Philadelphia Underwriter! of Philadelphia, Bprlnitflold ot MMiacbnaotta. Liverpool, London St Uloue of Llrertoul ornce ; OAitr jr-uookmi oloq, oven r, CITY GOVERNMENT. Mayor IL W. Dick City Clork 0. H. Druce Police Judge J. L. Qnlt Chler or Pollco..., Illicit Garrett Assessor and Collector. .W. It. Roberts City Attorney Caswell llonnett' City Treasurer W. D. Framo Aldermen. First Ward J. S. McCliarcn and G.j W. Stuart. I Second Ward J. S. Mullen and I. It Beat. Third Ward J. It. Pennington and ft. W. Itaudol. Fourth Ward W. A. Gilliam and C. j D. Co 'tor. Committees Finance commltteo J. H. Penning- j ton, J. S. McCliarcn and C. D. Carter. Street and alloy committee I. U. Dee, W. A. GlUlam, ft. v". ftandol and Q. W. Stuart. Pollco commlttoo Q. W. Stuart, W. A. Gilliam and J. S. Mullen. . Flro commlttoo W. A. Qllllam, J. 11. Pennington and C. D. Carter. Waterworks commlttoo C. D. Car ter, I. ft. Bent and 0. W. Stuart. Ordinance committee 3. S. Mullen J. S. McCharen and J. ft. Pennington. Cemetery commltteo It. W. ftandol, W. A. Gilliam and J. S. McCUaron. Sanitary committee J. S. hcCharen J. 8. Mullen and ft. W. ftandol. Improvement commltteo It. W. Bnndol, C. D. Carter, I. R. Be3t and G. W. Stuart. Street commissioner W. U. Ijw drum. City physician Dr. J. W. Moffett, Scavenger Silas J. Boyd. Waterworks and flewerago luspoctor M"r. Brosduaz. Tho Cotton Bolt General Passenger department at Tyler, Texns, havo Is sued Quito a unique advertisement In tho form of benutlful Gold Edge ploy ing cards which can bo purchased at J Cotton Belt Ticket offices and on ov.r Cafo cars. Prlco twenty-flvo (25) 1 cents per deck or Bend thirty (301 cents In stamps to General Passenger department, Tyler, Texas, for traus-, misnlon hy U. S. mall. 24-3mi Lots aro selling every day In Wnl cntl 'addition. Sco tho plat In Wal cott & Mulkoy's ofuce, 2GU Blvens, Corhn & Frensley sell bar bed wire. "Pastures Green." Rye. alfalfa and Winter Turf oat scnl. For sale, by E. B. Piigh, Ard wore, I. T. TIMETABLE. Frisco. Eastbound No. 42 leaves 0:07, a. m No. 44 leaves .....12:02 p. m Westbound No. 43 arrives..., 9:05 a. m. No. 41 arrives, 7:35 p. m ChoctawRock Island, Eastbound No. 84 (local)lcavos 7:00 n. m No. 10 leaves .3:00 p. m Westbound No. 9 arrives 1;10 p. m No. 83 (local) arrives C:30 p. ra Santa Fe. Southbound No. 5 4:00 n. m No. 17 v 4:00 p. ra- No. 19 12:35 p. m Northbound-, No. 6.., 12:50 a. m No. 18 - 11:50 a. m No. 20 5:45 p. in Nos. 5, C, 19 nnd 20 nro local trains, while Nds. 17 nnd 18 stopnt tho nmnll er stations only tin being llagged. 1 T t JUL S A PROBLEM 3 T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist Phone 4 HAL cAhnuh o. PHONE SSA FOR ONE WEEK MME LISBON, and MME DcGARLEEN CI.AIHVOYANTS AND SPIRITUAL MEDIUMS TEACHERS OF PRAC TICAL MAGNETIC HYPNOTISM. DEVELOPS MEDIUMS UY TUB NEW MKTHOD. GUARANTEES TO TEACH PRAC TICAL MENTA1. SCIENCE, HOW TO CONTROL THE ONE YOU IXJVE, EVEN MILES AWAY. IN ONE HOUlt. Mine I.lBbon and Mtno Deuariecn nro truo ladies and NATURAL ME-j uiu.ms. uruaineu to ao wnai incy do thoy tell you tlio truth (good or biid), every act, thought or Intention of anyone or anything. A SECItET you should know how to attract, change or eontrol nnyone, even though miles away. They read every thought and wish as an open book. Are you unhappy, discontented, unlucky over an affair Ijove, Marriage, Divorce, Courtship, Health, Speculation, Busi ness, lawsuits, Family Troubles, Chil dren, Changes .Influence, Enemies, claims, etc.? There- Is a oause. They tell you how you may sucqeed EXACT LY AS YOU THINK. Tells who lo marry and when, what obstacles are In your wny, and how to remove them. They never fail In causing speedy and happy marriages, ftoinoves the domestic trouble. Re stores lost offectlons. IF YOU ARE GOING TO SEE A MI2DIUM WHY NOT SEE TllcJ BEST? It costs no more. YOU MEET NO OTHER CALLERS. ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CON FIDENTIAL. FEES IN ivEACII OF ALL. NO TROUBLED SOUL DENIED OR TURNED AWAY. LIFE READINGS BY MAIL, $1. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY. lOpposlte Gilmer .Hotel, TENT! TENT! Do you feel broken down and does vnnp svHtPin need nourishment. Just tnko Man-Er-VInc Tablets, the world's grpatp't vomedy for tho nerves, brain p.nd blood, and vatch results. 50c. City Drug-Store, W. B. Frame, prop. Notice. The law Arm of Coleman & Mason has, by mutual ngrecment been dl solved and J. T. Coleman now occu pies room in tho now building Imme diately west of the court house. Stoves ! Stoves ! Have the nlce3t line In Ardmore nr.d sell them cheaper than other. Sea llioni beforo you buy. l-tt. T. K. KEARNEY. For concessions nnd privileges for tho Ardmore Fair, apply to O. W. Stuni t, Sec, at once. .10-3 "Watch the Kidneys." ''When they are affected, llfo Is In dangor," sns Dr. Abcrnathy, tho great English physician. Foley's Kidney Curo makes sound kidneys. Sold by City Drug Store. No, Maud, dear; there Is no reason why n person who has a catnract on tho oyo should also suffer 'irom water on tho brain. Everything you eat will taste goo nnd do good If you tnko Ring's Dys popsla Tablets. Sold hy City Drug Storo. . A cyclone can sweep a whole town away lh less timo than It takes a ser vant lo sweep ono room. has to be worked out when you figure on the cost of a new house. We furnish Lumber for every kind of work whore lumber is required. (Jail nraund with your proposition nnd wo will help you on your estimate. Ono thing is sure, and that is by figuring with us your job will cost Ipss than any ffgures you can got elsewhere. EAST SIDE LUMBER COMPANY 109 West Main i'bl&ONAL It. E. Durlfln t Dalhw Is hero. W. I. Cructf came In from Ada today. V. C. Han of Gulvoston ia in the city. R. S. Williams of Madlll Is in the city. E. P. B.ites of Oklahoma City is in town. J. B. Dickinson of Davis wns here today. James. A, Cotncr Id back from Wash, lngtou. E. U HIs'.i of Thnckorvlllo was horo yesterday. A. 11. Rohberson of Caddo Is In Ard more on a visit. W. B. Pyeatt has returned from South McAlcster. Joe Brown of Tishomingo was In tho city yesterday. Frank, C. Haylleld of Muskogee was In the city yestrdny. Dr. E. E. Cnlvcrs wns In tho city today from Mnnnsvillc. Frank HlneS "Of Muskogee Is In tho city visiting relatives. Joo llrlcl.cl of Dallas, who Is well known hero, Is in tho city. Judge Townseiul nnd court olllclnls went to Mnrlotta on tho noon train. N. Utterback of Durnnt, a law part ner or It. L Williams is In the city. R. R. Nelron, ngent for the Santn Fe at Paul Valley was hero yeatordny. President Lee Cruco of the Com mercial cl lb Is hack from Oklahoma City. Mfs. Kae Snngster of Llttlo Rock, mother of Agent Sangster of the Ruck l.-laml, Is lure on a visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. It. D. Sangster. Rev. J. L. Keller a returned from Maysvllle where he has "been engaged In holding a revival meeting. Ho will go to Wanette. Okla., this week where he will begin n two weeks' meeting nexl Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. It McCull have re turned fni.T. n trip to Vienna, 111., where they went to attend iho bcdsldo of their son. Dr. Robt. McCnll, who was opernted upon lor appoirllcltls. The nncritlim was a s'lceessful one ml Dr. McCall returned homo wlfh ills parents to spend a month or so,' he was nlsj accompanied by his wife. Born to Mr. and Mr3. Homer Wilson, neo Miss Albi'Vta l.edhetter. n girl. Mr. and Mrs WlUon reside at Denlson. Thinks Ardmore is Great. I. Vv. Saunders, a well known photo grapher of Davis who attended tho" session of the Photogrnphcrs' Asso ciation states that Ardmore Is destined to become ono or tho greatest towns In the Southwest. He says with nil duo respoct to other places that he never saw n town mako such rapid strides ns Ardmore has In tho past i few months. Mr. Saunders enjoys tho reputation of being ono of tho best out or door photographers In the coun try and his landscape views and scenery pictures aro excellent. Ho la a. special photographer tor tho Santn Fo road and has made a largo number or pictures for the company recently. Ho will probably leave next week for the San Angelo country to take views for the Santn Fe. Court oiTieials departed today for Marietta vlere they go to resumo court work. The civil docket will ho taken up this afternoon nnd court will probably bo In session 'all of next week. Tho docket, however. Is not heavy. Chrysanthemums. i Kansas City Is to havo a show of plants In bloom, hut I have tho plants hat will bloom this fall in pots. Will ell at reasonable prices. l'AUL SCHAUD. Florist, "tf Ardmore Hoso Garden. Cnpt. Hutlcr of tho Salvation Army will conduct an auction sale of groc i rles.hardware, clothing, etc., on Main 'reft Saturday afternoon next. The v-tlo is in the Interest of tho Annual Fall Festival. The Froct. We are told that frost. was general Tuesday night, extending ns far south s Memphis and to tho northorn Texas l)oundnry. Tho weather bureau states frost heavy ns far east as Mehphls Cairo nnd Fort Smith. A report from Corpus Chrlstl, Tex., on tho Gulf, near tho Mexican line, states that a brUk and very cold north easter struck that part of tho country. This morning ho government bureau registered 40 degrees, the 'jamo as that of yesterday.- Indications nro that slightly warmer weather will prevail for a few days. Tho effect of the frost on cotton hero Is very apparent, hut no ostlniate of shortngo from this cnitso has yet bron received. Wo carry af oxcollent lino of bug gies'. Peo us beforo you buy. MNS, COItUN & FIU2NSLEY. II. S. Suggs, who camo In from I3cr wyn today, states that a light frost fell In his section yesterday morning, but that In thought very lltlo tlamago y-ill result The cotton crrp, hb said, wns about three weeks Into and that with dry weather a fairly .good crop would bo nindo. He said' that wot weather weuld injure cotton. Good Things to Eeat. Celery, Tomatoes, Concord grapes, U3ttuco and everything elso good to eat at Cold Storage. Phono f9. POUTER STAPU3S, 12-3 Tho Red Headed Grocer. (Dissolution Notice. Tho co-partnersMp of tho Insurance Agency of Itedllehl and Hajmlo Is this day dlsfovled, Mr. Haynlo retiring. The undersigned will cnntlnuo tho business. onller-tlnY all neeounts and paying nil tho firm' Indebtedness. 12-S D. KEDFIELD. Nearly ill of tho photographors de parted for homo this afternoon woll ph ased with their stay ' In Ardmnro' which town thoy declared was a splen .did one and tnat th" peoplo wero vory hospltnblo and kind flDhwprltf' fni- til" 4 rArnnrnfitn DISCOVERED ONE AND A HALF MILES NORTH OF TOWN. No Clue to H's Identity Is Found In All Probability He Died a Natural Death Remains Were Drought Here nnd will be Burled. An unknown mnn was found dead today about one nnd one half miles north of Mils city, Just off tho Santa Fo rlght-of wny, near the homo or Jim Moore The man had evidently been dead two or thrco days. Ho Is turning black and pruents n horrible nppearnnco. Chler Garrett says ho Is tho most horrlblo looking corpse ho ever saw. An old pnlr or Bhoea and a small bundle of clothing was by his side hut nothing nDout his person to furnish a rhlo to his Identity. Mr. Moore snld a man came, to hlg house on Monday morning who nppenrfd to bo In tho Inst stages of starvation, and could hnr.lly speak above a whisper, lie feel ri re this Is the man. The city will prohauly have his body brought lo tho undertakers and given a decent Initial. There are no marks of four plav. Chief Garrett stated that he never Bnw the mnn before. Several colored women wh.) saw the body at the Santa Fo depot, whore It Is now held, snld that they had seen him nbout town during the nast week, but It Is posMblo that tho wcnion nro mistaken. From the statement nindo by Jim Moore, In Mentions nro thui the man died ft na'ural death, it Is thought that ho was tramping through the country nnd became sick. Ho appeared to ho abour fit! years of age, was poor ly dressed nnd wore a strnv hat. Ho resembles c person of foreign extrac tion. He h.is a heavy growth of beard and his fare lovxs drawn as though he had suflcred considerably. We aro snowing values In whlslc brooms tnat nro worth taking ntlvnn 1 tnge of. Price range from 10c to GUc 8 F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist. For loans on city property see II. Fred Snider, 718 West Main. Mm WRIGHT WILL RETIRE. Dissatisfaction In the Philippines As finned as Cause. Washington, Oct. 12. By reason of whnt appears to bo dissatisfaction with tho slMintlon In the Phlllppln !S, LUko E. Wright, governor general tho Philippines and president of the Philippine commission, will retire from that position about December first. Wrlsht is expected to arrive In tho United States during October and is entitled to six months leave of nbsence. It Is understood ho Intends to mturn to Naidivlllo to resume' the practico of law. Tho president niiu secretnry h:ivc decided upon Wriuht a successor but no Intimation has been permitted to become public as to his Ipdentlty R can be seated with reas onable dortiitencs3 that Wright's suc cessor, will not bo a man now con nected wl'n the commission. FOlt RENT S-room house on t st Half way between Main st nnd Har grovo College. 12tf T. K. KHARNKY. Even tho picture dealor can't al ways framo up a good excuse. Burnltt's Good Work. - A largo numner of ivceptnles have .been placed about town and especially on Main s ieet. These devices were made especially fclr trash and waste matter -nnd .Mayor DicU statos that the etuis must be utfi.vl for tnnt pur lose. The Hceptncle? wore mado by W. It. Huniltt and aro very striking In nppenrr'.ce, being good sized and convenient for tho purpose. IN OLID KENTUCKY. Ncuro Lyichrd for Attempting to En ter a Doom. Klkton, Ky Oct. 12. Shortly nfter midnight 1 t night, a mob took Frank I.envcl a me-ltsgged negro from tno Jail here and lynched hlni. in tho woods nca the Jail. I.onrol confes sed to nt'empUng to enter th room of a youn whlto w,omnn at Trenton last Saturday. i FROST AND SNOW. Cooler Weather Prevails Throughout Mississippi Valley. Chicago, Ills., Oct. 12. There were killing frosts last night, in central Illinois, nil throiii'h Iowa nnd In somo part of Ohio, nnd Mississippi valley, etondlng it-, far south as Memphis, Tonn. Tin. frost line ctf-nded Into tho-northern portion of the gulf statos. Pittsburg, Oct. 12. Tho first snow of tho 8ons6n' Is reported today from various parts of wettom Pennsylvania At Greenville, heavy a hoavy fall for live hours ii reported. New Orleans, I.a., Act. 12. btlli cooler weather foilay, with frost at sopio 1)0111'., Increasing probability ot early oxtli,ctlon of yellow fevor throughout Louisiana nnd Mississippi. WARNING ORDER. In tho United States Court In the Indian Territory, Southern District: Jennlo Rhodes, plaintiff, vs. Charlc3 Rhodes, defendant, No. C334. Tho dofondant, Charles Rhodes, Is warned to nppear In this Court In thirty day nnd answer tho complaint of. tho plaintiff, Jonplo Rhodes. Witness tho Hon. Hosea Tnwnsend, Judgo -of said Court, and tho eai thereof, this 19th dny of Soptomber, 1.005.' C. M. CAMPBELL. ' (Seal) Clork. O. A. WELLS, Deputy Clork. firottii &, Tjiuur, aUornoys. iT. Sutler, attorney for non resident. First. published Soptombor 19', 19U5. S It Is a suspicion In every man's mind that his family novor gots half the fruit his wlfo puts up. '" Ar'irtnrcito for nil tho nows. YOU'VE GOT A DOLLAR THAT I WANT And I'vo got a pair of stout shoes that ought to be on your boy's feet this minufco. I have secured that lino of Boys Hnrdwcar School Shoes and they wear like hardware Price? , $1.50 lo $2.50. LYNN The Shoe Man. 127 EAST MAIN. NOTICE TO On account or the decision of tho Western Pnion Tele graph Co. to discontinue furnishing direct rate service, we havo been forced to cease operations for a few d.iys. We will resume business as soon as we can In- reached over leased wires by a new company which has just entered the field. Watch this space for announcement of reopening. Our Billiard and Pool Parlors re littcd and re -equipped, remains open for business. TURF EXCHANGE. 220 E. Main St., in the Whlttiiirjton Hotel DulldlnK BOURGEOIS BROS. E. E, GU3LLC3T AI1DMOI1K. WYNNUWOOl), I'At'F.S VAU.KY, I. T. MiimtiKl-s New Orlcnim BlifnG Gittt.n. drain. ITi.OMr.n- To Speculators' and Dealers in Cotton, we olTcr unexcelled I.011K l)Intn nco rimnr 86 FACILITIES Phone 201 Four lllnuhn South T Cotirthoupu for UAIICD'S C'unl iiml Worn! Ynul In now rrail.T for your urclrr 'T Coat nr Wood. Will :!- Htiolosalu I'lour. I';i-,l mill (Irnlu. Our ftliu will tit-1., tr-al all nlllio anil liy fair lrn!ln;n lioco to roi-r lvt ttiaritof your piitronac.i BAIRDC0. Count the Cost and You will C 0 Al l Every lisnc in preference to Wood Order by phone Iroin ARDMORE ICE, LIGHT a POWER CO. H. E. Foster, Manager i We have a complete line of ri) Standard Enamel Ware The best made, iuc'tidinir 1 cne-pieee wn&h stands of different patterns and prices, and ono and two-piece kitchen sinks, from to $35. A A comploio lino of bath room nickel plated furnishings, & such as tumbler and brush holders, bath seats, toAvel rods soap and sponge holdeis ring showers, etc. Try our Monarch Massage Both Spray. In fact we can supply your -wants in anjthing in plumb ing material or fixtures. Our past work stands its living testimony to tho high class plumbing work we do. We are convinced that we can and will mako it to your in terest to figure wilh us When in tho market for anything in tho plumbing line. Try us in d judge for yourself. WEEIS BROS. f f f I Practical Tinners and Plumbers jj 209 West Main Street Telephone 79 PUTTING OUT A FIRE aren't worth much when ho gots through. Quit taking your own fire risk! Transfer it to us in ono of our "solid as a bank" companies. If you have a fire then wo pay tho bill. Try it and you'll sleep better and havO hotter health. WALCOTT a MULKEY ARDMORE. IND.TER. J Tim InrKuxt. tho tuvt oinilpix'd, thn InoH practical, tnr. most proi;ri'nslv anil Hie mot ra.'ci-iiKlul IiukIuuhh collck'u la IuiIiuq Territory. Day ami liltht xcIhkiI tbu t-mitu ye ar, uixy tnipllH vtltinil iiIkIU avlioiil wlilinut eitrn clinrKu- Tuition JI9 nor mouth nr 4C ,rornnllNllHil Hctiiilnmhlii. Ilonnt J10 lo $l?.-'0 jer month. No vacation. Iliptlx may iniM at any time. Kvury iiupll Ih pljct'il on liln MirrltH or may nJranro nn rnildly .o) b nl i'it ' , T:.. . .!i tiali.:.-t-1.. ' u-,- t!i,.o funnlhti'iU with etllolcuuy. ltt,furnv- Any uaukortiuslnots llrwi In ArUmoro. For atulok'uo uiUlrens G. P. 8' Vi'nK. A. M. M ACCTS.. President. Ardmoro. Indian Tvrrnpn tiie Ardmoreite Prints All the UEPAIR1NG A SPECIALTY. PATRONS & COMPANY COAL! COAL! IT use 5. 1-12 and fi font lmtli iu), SB - ;. MEWS All the Tirm