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Ardmorc, Sunday. Oitober 15, 1905.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE O. O. CAHTBH GARTER & CANNON, agents HLMCttEHTlHC tHC rOLLOWIHO IttUABLB COVPtNlIS Ooramprcinl Union Anuranro Comrinnr of London, England I'.intlnn Inaumncn Coinpapr of London, Knclnnd , .. Uuoi'Q Inurnncf Cotiumny of Hew York Nlaicra Flro of New York PhoenI tnsurnncH Company of lfnrtfonl.Conn. Orient insurnneo Company, of llarttoril, Conu ' KlromnnS Fund of San FrancUco Norwich Union Insurance Society of Norwich, RnBlnnd (lorman Alllnnce Jnuranco Compnny of New Yurie Ocean Accident ami Cltiarantuo Corporation Prudnntlnl Llfu Innurnnoo CompunT New Jernev IMato Olaxit Company Phenlx of llrooklyn, Philadelphia Underwriter! of Philadelphia, Hprlncfleld of MaKfl.ichUHi'ttd, Liverpool, Lnudon .V (Jloue of Llrerpoul OFrOH IN CARTE ft-BOOKSA OLDO. OVtlf p. FREE SHOW TONIGHT! On the Whittinrjton Hotel Comer Everybody Invited OPERA HOUSEiFOR ONE WEEK THE MERRY Dlach Pi Troubadors ARE COMlNfl FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20 With a brand now budget of songs, I dances nn I specialties. This Is thu i Troubadour's tenth season and the event Is being emphasized by the' Troubadours httve yet offered, "l-oon-ey Dreamland," "Southern Scenes," "A Pinafore Review" and a lino bill of varltlej, with Black PattI, John Huvlocr itnd fprty Alters eomprlso thu company's offering. The Blac.c l'attl Troubadours always Rive a good show an dtho bill ana company this year excells all former standards. TO OUR READERS. Owing to the fact that wo were un able to secure hut one-third the num ber of advertisements for the Guessing Contest that we expected to havo from the vi rlous commercial and In dustrial lii cs In Ardmorc, we nre necessarilly obliged to reduce the cash prizes offered In said contest to $10 for the hrst correct answer received; $." for thu second, most nearly correct, and $2 for the third. The ownership of the'clsh "ads" appearing on anoth er page win bo more easily guessed than woull throe times tnls humner, hence we deem It but Just to ourselves and to the advertisers represented to roduco the cash prize to $10. If you havo stoves to put up, phono 180. T. K. KEARNEY. 1G-3 .1. W. Golledgo possesses an old relic which ho prizes very highly. It is a tinder box used for making Are before matches wero Invented. In Mpo the tinder box resembles a pis I tho hammer falls against a Hint .(l tho sparks of flro ignlto a piece of spunk that Is fitted Into a receptacle near tho flint. It was made In Lon "on more than a hundred years ago. Mr. Oolledg.i has a number of old time relics which he brought with him from London a number of years ago and which have been In his family for a great number of years. An apartment nt tho fair this wtek devoted to the exhibition of relics would not bo amiss- For loans on city 'property see H. Fred Snider, 718 West Main. Mm S. R. Urure special representative of a big flro Insurance company, is in the city fiom Dallns shaking hands with his many friends. Ho was frank to state that since he left hero that ho had seen no town In his travels that was - better business point than Anlmore and ho snys that this place Is ahead o many places hp has vis ited. Other towns can't bo compared with Ardnioro In a commercial way. Mr. Uruco will remain over Sunday. Ho Is accompanied by Mrs. Uruco. Central Baptist Church. Rov. Ji T. Bagwell will preach a special sermon at Central Baptist church Sunday on the "Superscription on tho Cross." Luko 23":38. And a sup erscription also was written over him In lct'ers of Greek, and Iitln and Hebrew, "This Is tho King of tho Jews." (Dissolution Notice. Tho co-partnorslnp of tho Insurance Agoncy of Itrdlleld and Haynlo Is this day dlssovlcd, Mr. Haynlo retiring. Tho undersigned will continue Iho business, collecting all accounts and paying all tho firm indebtedness. 12-5 ' D. REDFIELD. Lots aro selling every day In Wal cott addition. Seo tho plat In Wat cott & Mulkey's offlco. 20U Blvens, Corhn & Frensley bcII bar bed .wire Wo aro snowing values in whisit -brooms tnat aro worth taking advan tago of. Prlco rango from 10c to 50c 8 F. J. RAMSEY, DrutTPtst. RICHARD M. LESTER. Attorney At Law. Civil and Corporation Law. Commer cial Collection. Estates Managed. Postofuco Block. Ardmore, Ind. Ter. Notary In Ofllco. T. N: COLEMAN IP he City HtU CANNOH o. PHONE S34 MME LISBON, and MME DeGARLEEN CLAIRVOYANTS AND SPIRITUAL MEDIUMS THACHKRS OF PRAC TICAL MAGNETIC HYPNOTISM. DBVKIJPS MEDIUMS IJY NEW METHOD. THE GUARANTEES TO TEACH PRAC TICAL MENTAL SCIENCE, HOW TO CONTROL THE ONE YOU IX) Vli. EVEN MILES AWAY. IN ONE HOUR. Mmc Lisbon and Mmc DeQarleen aro truo ladles and NATURAL ME DIUMS. Ordained to do what they do they tell you the truth (good or bad), uvery net, thought or Intention of nnyone or anything. A SECRET you should know how to attract, change or control anyone, even thougn tulles 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,, Ijiwsults, Family Troubles, Cnil dren, Changes .Influence, Enemies, claims, etc.? There Is a oause. The) tell you how you may succeed E"AL i LY AS YOU THINK. Tolls' who to marry and when, wan obstncles are In your way, and hot to removo them. They never fall 1; causing speedy and happy marriage Removes the domestic trouble. Ut stores lost offectlons'. IF YOU ARE GOING TO SEE , MEDIUM WHY NOT SEE Til. BEST? It costs no more. YOU MEET NO OTHER CALLERS .. AM BUSINESS STRICTLY CON FIDENTIAL, . FEES IN ivEACH.O. ALL. NO TROUBLED SOUL DENIED Ol TURNED AWAY. I IFE READINGS BY MAIL. $1. OPEN. ALL DAY SUNDAY. Opposite Gilmer Hotel. TENT! TENT! Do you fool brolrei down and doe. your system need nourishment. Jus" tako Man-IJr-Vlno TnbletB, tho world'? greatest remedy for tho nerves, brain and blood, and watch results. 50' City Drug Store, W. B. Frame, prop. Notice. Tho law firm of Coleman (c Maso has, by mutual ngreemcnt been d' solved and J. T. Coleman now ocr pies room In tho new building I mm dtately west ol tho court house. Stoves ! Stoves ! Have tho nicest lino In Ardmori ur.d sell thorn cheaper than otheri, Seo them beforo you buy. 5-tf T. K. KEARNEY. For concessions and privileges foi tho Ardmoro Fair, apply to O. W Stuart, Sec, at onco. 10-3 There will bo a meeting of tho I.a dies Aid Society of tho Central Bap tlst church, nt tho church Monday af ternoon at 3:30 o'clock. If you havo stoves to put up, phone 180. T. K. KEARNEY. 1C-3 Fra Diavalo. Gets you tickets free.. To tho flist correct solution handed In nt Bonner's Diug Store, Monday Oct. 10th nt 8:55 a. m two of the best cats in tho houso will bo pre sented for Fra Diavalo Oct. ,17th. The sent sale opens at' 9 a. m., tho same day. Fresh oysters and celery dally a' City Fish Market. 3-lra Major W. W. Trask was In tho city yesterday from Marietta, llo says that town will bo well represented at 'ho Ardmorc fair and that Jerry Wash ington, who has a wldo roputatlon as a breeder of flno stock will bo hero with a choice herd of Herofords. Tho samo herd will bo taken from hero to tho Dallas fair. Flno watches at tho New Jewelry "tore. Walter C. Dean, prop. lS-G Briiggist 109 West Main I - NAL f PERSONAL W. W. 'i weed Is in Gainesville. . L. Ely ln;.i returnee nom Ft. Smith, Ark. ' W. E. Puller of Wynnewood Is in tho city. I.00 Gait went to Ft, Woith yester day on business. . H. T. Rutherford returned from Pauls Valley yesterday. C. A. Simmons Went to Gainesville1 yesterday on business. C. P. Bruce, a well known citizen of Pauls Valley, Is In the city Industrial Agent Hill of tho Santa Fe was a prominent visitor yesterday. Frank D-m 1 of Wynnewood was hero yesterday on buslm-ia wun trio land olilee. Mr. an.l Mrs. Homer Whnyno nnd baby nre tin- gupst of friends In Pauls Vnlley. C. P. Wliltoinaii of Oklahoma City was a b'lilness Visitor to Ardmoro yesterday. Rev. 11. L. Walker returned yes terday fron a pleasant visit to his old homo In Alnbama. Oil Expert Goodrich was In the city yesterday. He refused to dUcuss thu oil situation at Wheeler. O. A. Wells, who has been nt Pauls Valley tho past week In charge of tnu clerk's ollleo during tho Illness of S. II. Wooten. returned yosterday. Willie Keudnll tins departed for Chicago wher ho goes to enter tho Moody Bib'' school. Wllllu Is a brlgh young mnn and has ability as a prcachor. Good Things to Eat. Colorado celery, California Tomatoc, Colorado plums, " Colorado lettuce. New York Concord grapes, Fresh Kentuck chesnuts, Plenty of eggs, Country butter, Creamery butter, Swift's Premium hams, Seeded raisins, Full cream cheese, Pickled pig's feet and everything else good to oat Cold Storage. Phono 69. PORTER STAPLES, 1B-3 The Red Headed Grocer, at If you hr.ve stoves to put up, phone 180. T. K. KEARNEY. 1C-3 Beforo vou buy, see our line of cele brated Bridge &. Bench coal and wood u-Kters. WEEKS BROS, lf.tf Practical Tinners and Plumbers. Before xon buy, see our Hue of cole brnted Bridge & Beach coal and wood heaters. WEEKS BROS, lutf Practical Tinners and Plumbers. , I 7Tx '. in . .. tlns to please everyone who will Barley Ideal oil heaters will hoitU.fco,,,,,, Tu association, realizing that ibsolutely. without odor. If not, your money refunded. Sold only by WEEKS BROS. 15tf Practical Tinners and Plumbers. Celery, oysters and pickled pigs feet at Tucker's market. 1C-3 .Out HQCOi.d Jnrge shipment of nat-l tern hats 1-as been received. Wo InVltinw(;uk Anlnloro lin8 ovor limvn and your inspection. LOWENSTEIN'S. xcluslvo Millinery nnd 1-adies' Fur nlshlng. Go to tlp freo open air show tonight in tho Whittlngton corner. Ths Is a Jlcan, moral entertainment, to whlciu ladles especially aro invited, iho per formance begins at 7:30 p. m nnd is given on a largo electric lighted plat form. 13-C Chrysanthemums. Kansas City is to havo a show of ilants in bloom; but I havo tho plants hnt will bloom this fall In pots. Will sell at rcasonablo prices. PAUL SCHAUB, Florist, itf Ardmoro Rose Garden. Helnz's pieserves nnd Hcinz's pick s at Felker's. 15-3 Tits Y. M. C. A., Auxlaliary will neet with Mrs. V. A. Nlblack at i ''clock Monday, afternoon. Tho streets of Ardmorc presented i busy apearanco yesterday nnd tho norchants did a thriving business. Tho streets wcrj lined with wagons and thero was an unusualy lnrgo amount -f cptton marketed. It was ono of tho busiest days of tho season and tho mer cahnts woro a smile. Coining attractions to tho city aro Black PattI and Beggar Princo Opera company. Wo mnko a specialty of pleaalng ladles who wish a stylish, up-to-dato hat at a rcasonablo price. LOWENSTEIN'S. Exclusive Millinery and Ladles' Fur nishing. Tho work of decorating tho fair building hn?. commenced and exposi tion hall will present a pretty appear ance when finished. Wo carry at excellent lino of bug gies. Seo us before you buy. BIVENS, CORHN & FRENSLEY. Frank Harris, the leader of tho Elks' orchestra, who recently camo to Ard moro from St. Joseph, Mo., Is an en thusiastic horseman and has a repu tation In tho Southwest aa a starter. Mr. Harris will act as starter for tho races the coming week, having been engaged especially for tho pivposo by tho association. Ho stated yosterday that tho Trco meeting gavo every promise of a successful ono nnd that largo crowds should ho tho rule. "Pastures Green." Rye, nlfalfa . and Winter Turf oat seed. For sajo by E. D. Pugh, Ard more, I. T. For loans on cty property seo H, Frod Snider, 718 West Rain. Mm Tho best and longest wearing syr IngCB aro tiioso recently mado tho rubber is moro elastic. You'll And both hulk and fountain syrlngoa tho fresh AT THE FAIR. Numerous Attractions of Interest Will Be Here Next Week. The fair grounds presented a scene of unusual nct.lvlty yesterday when preparations were being ci.npleted fur the opening of the ureal Exposi tion and Fair.' A force of workmen were buill engaged lu the work .and it Is anno'.tnced by Tuesday morning Hint everything will bo In readlneas for tho opening. Tho grounds nre In splendid shape and the track will be In Rood condition for tho races Tues day afternoon. Hundreds of electric lights will be used In lighting the Fnlr mid night will be turned Into day. Linemen nre nt work rtrlnglug wires Into the grounds. With the morning sun horses wero romping around the track In their dally exercUe. Tho track prosunted a pretty scene. Some of tho animals were going llko moving pictures as though they were negotiating against time. Horsemen who watched tho nnl mnls speeding seemed greatly pleased and they predicted that Ardmore would witness .the best races ever seen in Indian Territory. Several nioro well known Jockeys arrived yesterday and they have been engaged to ride for the events. T. Murphy the Jsckoy, states that the horses a tlho track aro the best lot ne has seen In tho Southwest and ho lias been to all of the most Important meetings. Secrettirv Stunrt received several messages and telephone cnlls from NewMrk where tho race meeting has Just closed. Horsemen asked for sta blo room and Mr. Stunrt Informed tliem that they could accomodate tho horses. A good Btrlng from Oklahoma Is due to nrrlvo tomorrow and tho rncers will be taken to the track im mediately. R. J. Fnrls of Dallas, who has the betting privilege, hns nrrlved here. He states tlmt there will b several bookmakers , for tho races and ho pre dicts n great meeting. Bui the riiclng will be only one of thu many features of tho fair. Secre tary Stuart and President Wall state that tho malinger of tho Dallas Fair exhibits has engaged several attrac tion companies. These will arrive. Many metchnnts. It Is snld, will show exhlb.lK in the exposition build ing. So fur the nierchnnts hnve been slow In making arrangements for their exhllbts. It is hoped that the business Interests will make a creditable show. Ing nt the Fair for this will greatly Impress visitors. President Wall states that the big parade will take place tomorrow morn ing and that In this parade there will two .iimdred horses, th? hnest exhibi tion of blooded stock, ever seen In the city. There will be a numerous ntirac thero will he thoiuands of visitors, will spare nc expense In the mntter or entertainment. Tho FIr.it Regiment band has been engaged to give dully concerts and the music will bu first-class In every re spect. rr.Arilmiir. In.iact the. Greatest the citizen of tho town should give tiic Fair all Hie encouragement possible-. Show your patriotism. It will be of great advantage to the city. New pickles and fresh kraut at Fel ker's. 15-3 Ccmlng to the Fair. Industrial Agent L. C. Hill of the Santa Fe was" In the city yesterday. Mr. Hill Is nn enthusiastic boomer for the Ardmore Fair and In his travels has been doing some elllclent work In behalf of tho Institution. Said Mr. Hill: "Tho country between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth is a busy scene. Everybody seems to bo arauglng to attend tno fair al Ardmore. Tho agents, both express and ticket, aro confronted continually with parties In quiring as to ticket rates and express rates. All the llvo stock and poultry breeders are gutting tholr exhibition stock ready and they aro all looking forward to u week of fair and pleas ure. All who express thomselves nre of tho oplr.ion that this will bo tho greatest attraction tho territory tins over offered tho people. When Inqui ries nro addressed to mo I take pleas ure In infoi mlng them that Ardmore Itcs will see they aro well taken care of and given a good time. In my opin ion tho railroads nnd hotels will all bo taxed to their fullest capacity to caro for their patrons on this occa sion. Now pickles and fresh kraut nt Fel ker's. 10-3 Tho Carter Avcuuo Homo Mission Society will servo lunch also full meals durir.g tho fair in Hugh Nich ols yard, opposlto tho entrance gate to tho Fair grounds. 15-3t "Pastures Greer.." Ryo, alfalfa and Winter Turf, oat seed. For salo by E. B. Pugh, Ard moro, I. T. Viaducts Will Be Quilt. W. S. Telnman, general superinten dent of tho Rock Island has been In tho city the past week looking over tho grounds with a vlow of putting In viaducts on 4th and 5th avenues, northeast. Ho says ho will recom mend that tho company docs its part of tho work nnd ho feels sure thnt his request will bo granted. Tho Santa Fo has already agreed to boar Its por tion of tho expense and aa soon as tho Frisco passes upon tho matter work will Ltgln on tho viaducts. Mr. Best, alderman from Iho Second ward, has dono t great deal of patient, In telligent wo'-k to securo these vlaductH and when thoy aro built they will stand as u. monument to him anil to other aldermen In that ward who havo worked so long to get tho railroads to gethor on tho proposition. You should take pains to roplaco your broken panes beforo winter Bots in. Wo havo window glass in an sizes at right prices. 15 1 J, RAMSEY, Druggist. T.te pupils nnd tenchers of the pub lic school! ol tho city hnvo been busy for the pac two weeks arranging im exhibit for the fnlr which will In some way show the work which that body has done since Its organisation. Su perintendent Evans has been Interest ed very much In the work ns havo all thf teacher and pupils and they will have an exlhblt that they can be proud of. Maps of the United States, liidlnn Territory, and the Chlcknaaw Nation will bp shown by tho begin ners In get grnphy, while other exhib its which will lu some wny show tho wort; of the higher classes, wll also be shown. A booth hns ben reserved for these exhibits nnd they will add YOU'VE GOT THAT Ami I've trot u pair of stout shoos tli.it ought to bo ou your boy 's feet this minute. 1 lmvu secured that lino of Boys Hard wear School Shoes nnd they wear like hardware Price? , $1.50 to $2.50. LYNN The Shoe Man. 127 EAST MAIN. NOTICE TO On account of tho decision of tho Western Union Tele graph Co. to discontinue furnishing direct race service, wo have been forced to cease operations for a few days. We will resume business as soon as wo can bo reached over leased wires by a new company which lias just entered tlte Hold. Watch this space for announcement of re-opening. Our Billiard and Pool Parlors re-lltted and ro-equipped, remains open for business. TURF EXCHANGE. 220 E. Main St., In th Whittinrjton Hotel Building" BOURGEOIS BROS. E. E. GUELLOT & COMPANY AltD.MOIti:, WVNXUWOOD, PAULS VAI.I.UV, I, T. Mrmlii-rK Now Orlcnnx i-i It tna Colton, (Irnln, ProvUliiu L'nttun KxchaaKu tUflCI 3 Anil Mock To Speculators and Dealers in Cotton, wo offer unexcelled Long nimniiro Phono 96 FACILITIES PliOno SO-1 I'imr KlnutiH Houth uf CourtlmUHt- Tor 11A1U1VH CohI, nncl Wood Yard In now ri'ntly for your onlor for Coal or Wood. WlltuUu wlnilimnlu 1'lotir, KimmI and drain. Our nlm will lin to treat nil ullko ami by fair iltiallui;ti Initio to rtierlvu u Hhtiro uf your putronnKu. 2o, B a w BAIRD C(L Count the Cost and You will COAL Every time in preference lo Wood Order by phono from ARDMORE ICE, LIGHT & POWER CO. II. E. Foster, Manager Wo havo a complete lino of Standard Enamel Ware The best made, including 5, 5 1-2 and 0 foot bath tubs, ono-pieco wash stands of different patterns and prices, and ono and two-picco kitchen sinlts, from $4-to $35. A complete line of bath room nickel plated furnishings, such as tumbler and brush holders, bath seats, towel rods soap und sponge holdeis ring showers, etc. Try our Monarch Massage Dath Spray. In fact wo can supply your wants in anything in plumb ing material or fixtures. Our past work stands as living testimony to tho high class plumbing work wo do. Wo aro convinced that we can and will mako it to your in terest to figure with us When in tho market for anything in the plumbing line. Try us and judgo for yourself. WEEKS BROS. Practical Tinners and Plumbers 209 West Main Street Telephone 79 i PUTTING OUT A FIRE is tho fireman's business. My! though, lni" he and his h -vt spoil thi g whilo he's at u Tho' houso and things insido aren't worth much when h" gets through. Onit taUiiiL' vour own lire n- ! Transfer 1 1 M us in ono o 'solid as a "it If" compunif i-u have a tiie hon-wo im.v 111. ' Try i' in d- you'll '! letttrarul. hw bottf-r h WALCOTT $ M.ULKP ff materially to the, other exhibits which havo bum prepared on the educafluu' al line In Pie Territory. All who expect to take part in the Preshyterlaij operetta, will meet at the l'TOrtH terlan church, Monda night. llundredj of visitors will conic hen for tho Fair this week and everybod Is expecting" a great time. It is hoped tlint the stay of tho visitors will be a pleasant one. Thu Ardmerelto will hnve a booth at the Fair grounds and vhitors an asked to register. Tho Ardmoretto for al' tho nows. A DOLLAR T REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. PATRONS COAL! COAL! use i J Ji J j kind at 15 RAMSEY'S DRUG STORE. i hi m 'aaaeggaBrffu'