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THE DAILY ARDMOREI I c Ardmore, Monday, November 13, 1905. TWO NO! 9 We are not advocates of this every day sacrifice selling. A customer of ordinary intelligence does not believe you can do it. The public is wise nowadays, and it is folly to thinR they would believe you if in every ad you claimed you were selling at cost and below. On the contrary we believe in fair dealing, advertising just what we have and doing just what we advertise to do, and refunding on any item sold not as advertised. This Rind of dealing appeals to your judgment as a buyer. We offer no premiums or catch-penny schemes, but strive to buy right and turn the same to you at a living profit. Don't be jobbed around by Tom, Dick and Harry, expecting to outdo them in selecting bargains. You cant do it. They are loaded for you. :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: FURNISHINGS FOR MEN Mens heavy wool und-rv..-.ir at $1.00 and up Men's heavy fleeced Unit under wear 37 l-2c and up MEN'S TIES A new shipment consisting of all the new one., at.25candup DRESS SHIRTS Stock very eompWe and pat terns tie latest, all sizes at 50c and up MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS "The Duke-' its the best flan nel shirt shown in Ardtnore at . .'. $1.00 and up CLOTHING The most carefully selected stoek it will be your pleusure to look through. Many of Ard more s smartdressers buyiHurt, Scha finer A Marx clothing here. Style, tit and material latest and best prices "0 per cent lower than custom tailors. Men's Hats Men's SocKs Men's Gloves Men's Suspenders Men's Odd Pants Men's Hose Supporters LADIES' WEARABLES For a Coat, Suit. Wrap or Fur, wc want you to come looking. Wo will lit you. We will please you. Every one a 1903 style. Prices lower than others. LADIES' SKIRTS Elegant line dress skirts at from $2.00 and up. We lit you, too. Any slight alterations needed made free. LADIES' SHOES Ladies, misses and children's shoes the stock is very com plete and every pair solid leather and warranted to satisfy. PARASOLS Don't you need a real handsome parasol V If so don't forget wo have some beauties. Ask lo see them anyway. DRESS GOODS Why not make your choice now of the newest fabrics, with trim mings to match. NEGROES ALLOWED IN GREER. Needs of King Cotton Raised Color Quarantine. Mntmuin. O. T. Nov. II Tin- iron Mo which was thnuwiii'l in (ireir county (iver th- importation f tn-Kro cotton jtlckiTH to lii-lii wive the cotton crop Hounfh to have been averted, anil there are now uliout M of them hi work In Hie county, or cuoukIi t hii ve nt leant thlrtv. liak'H per tluy. No lie Kro lias ever been allowed to reside In Order county, iind a riot wan very nearly proclpltnted two yearn uk by the proHonco for a short time- of a ileum woman : a domestic In a fam ily horo. When cotton pli'WtiK coinmeuo-d this year, however. It wan found to lie absolutely Impossible to m-eiire enough hanclH to care for the crop, and iih the Heanoii advanced It lHH-uine evi dent that tmloHM iiHHliitntico wtm no cured from ouUlde a coiiHlileralile por tion of tho crop would go to wnto. A number of the lnrno cotton gruwertt thereupon went to Toxa to neruri iie(?ro cotton pickers, an white labor wax not to be obtained, milking It n part of the. agreement lit each case that they should bo returned to their homes when their work here was concluded. Some of the more radical opponents of tho negro were Inclined to rental i hU action, and threats n mude UKUiunt the negroe In nome loeal I'ien. Iti it few litHtanctn bocoinlitii; enough to frighten them away from tho county. An a ronult County Attor ney Charles Thucker. hlinwelf a south ern ilHnocr.it. but a firm believer In law enforcement, tanned a statement warning the perpetratorn of such acts nKHlunt a repetition of them, quoting the iwiiultlen ju-escrlbed by ths terri torial law and citing the fact Unit auv jictn of tnlib violence were nUo punlnh able under federal lawn. The state miuit wan also hIkihnI ami endorsed by Sheriff Jnnper Ni'lnon, who pledged himself to a firm eift'orcoinent of tho law. Slnco Its InHiinnce thing" have ta ken a more penoeablo tuni. Kiowa county ban also had n ban against negroou, and tho citizens of llnbart recently voted nlmont unani mously against employing them In tlv cotton fields this year, evon for a brl I period. Tho outside assistance ther "has been mostly In the shnpo of Me.i cans broiiKht In from' Nov.' Mexico. Tho Cotton Ilolt General Passenger department at Tyler. Texas, have is sued quite a unique, ndvcrtlsoniont In tho form of honutlfitl Gold Kdgo play ing cards which can ho purchased nt Cotton Helt Ticket olllcos and on our Cafo cars. Price twonty-flvo (215) cents por deck or send thirty (30) centn In s'atiiti to General l'mgeiigei departinont, Tler, Texas, for tran mission by U. S. mull. 21-Sm It Is aomewhnt rem iriuiri thnl almost every man ronfMr' hi mvlf a Imrn lde, Plnwmlvo acts like a poultice. Hext lilng In the world for bolls, burin, cracked liamN, tctt r ' t Sold iy City prig Stor" A $10,000 EXPLOSIVE TEST. WARNING ORDER. One Powder Company's Way of Im pressing a Coroner's Jury. IJnlontown. PaP., Nov. 11 For the wike of llluntratitiK a contested point lu a coroner's jmy here yesterday 2.UIIO kegs cf powder, representing a value of about $10,01)0, was r plodc 1 by a powder company. Tho .ihuck jf the explosion wan ft It In several sur rounding townships and the-e was xreat vxclte.iienl ihro'igii:.t this end of the country, as It v.a liolWvd ;t disaster hail occurr-.d The coromr's jiuj. whic'i lm i lien sitting on the ease of uiKhtoeii per sona killed In the explosion at Fair-1 chnnce September S, had experienced a desire for Information as to the di rection In which the exploding powder exerted Its greatest force. The powder company has taken tli stand that the big magazines whlcn exploded September 0 were exploded by some agency outside the maga zines. They ulU'MMl that a person hav ing a spite at the concern had phiO'j 1 and exploded under tic- magazines containing lO.ooo kegs of powder .noinc other explosive, either fulminate ot mercury or nltro-glycerlue. In defense of this It was alleced that powder In exploding does not tear holes In the . ground and ihe' company onril to prove this by practical demonstra tion tu tlv coroner's Jury. TheToroner's Jury retired, to a' dis tance and the battery was touched , off. The explosion rooked th entire j township am! wis heard as far an Coiinellsvllle. The lwwder company then ahowed that no hole had been torn In the earth by the explonlou of 1 this great amount of powder. In the United States Court In tho Indian Territory, Southern District: J. I). I.owIf, plaintiff, vs. Alice lx-w-is, defendant. Tho defendant. Allco IjIwU, Is warned to r.ppear In this court In thirty day? and answer tho com plaint of M:o plaintiff, J. 1). Lewis. Witness, tho Hon. Hosea Town send. JuJko of said court, and tho seal thereof, this l!3d day of October, 11)03. (Seal) C. M. CAMPI1KLL, Clerk. Hy V. S. CIIOCKHTT. Deputy. llrown it Turner, nttornoys. S. II. Hutlur, attorney for non resident. Klrst pubiUhed October 24, 1905. WARNING ORDER. Men spend so much time getting square with other' people that they never have any time to keep utiv people from xettlng square with them. In tho United States District Court In the Indian Territory, Southern dis trict: M. H. House, plaintiff, vs. Kuulco House, defendant. The defendant, Eunice House, Is warned to appear In this court In thirty dayi and nnswer tho complaint of the pltilntlff, M'. H. House. Witness, tho Hon. Hosea Town send, Judge of snld court, and the soal thereof, this 25th day of Oct.. 1905. (Seal) C. M'. CAMPI1I5LU, ClC.'K. Ily W. S CROCKETT, Deputy. Kdilleinan & Graham, attorneys. H. W. MiGllI. attorney for non resident. First published Octobed 25, 1903. WARNING ORDER. Thelma perfume l n delight to the ladles. There's nothing mnde lu per fumery that's so exquisitely dainty and rollneil. Have you tried It? Price 0e ounce. 12 K. .1. HAMSHY, Druggist. When You Have a Bad Cold. You want a remedy thnt will not only give quick relief but effect n per manent cure. You want a remedy that will re lieve tho lungs and keep expectora tion easy. You want a remedy that will coun teract any tendency toward pneumo nia. You want a remedy that Is pleninut and safe to take. Chamberlain's Cough ltemedy meets all these requirements and for speedy and permanent cure of bad eolda stands without a peer. For tnle by 1 .1. Hnniscy, W. U. Frame, Hon ner .ft Honncr and Ardmore Drug Co. Corruoated Iron. We carry In stock corrugated iron in nil Ieng:liM. I1IVHNS. I'OItHN & FHHNSIjY. In tho United States court In tho Indian Territory, Southern District: Joalo Mf.lhoas, plaintiff, vs. Frank Mathess, defendant. No. 0323. Tho defendant Frank Mathess, Is warned to nppear In this court In thirty days and nnswer tho complaint of the plaintiff, Josle Mathess. Witno8 tho Hon. Hosea Townscnd, .Judgo of said court, and tho seal i thereof, this 28th day of Oc, 19U5. ! (Seal) i:. M. CAMPBEU., Clerk. Ily W. S. CROCKETT. Urown & Turner, nttornoys. Attorney for non-resident, S. II. Duller. First published, November 2, 1905. It In always safe to susiwct ,i man who linn an eye on your safe. , Constipation. I Health U rbsolutely Impossible If constipation bo present. Many serious cases of liver and kidney complaint 1 hnvo spring from neglected ctmstlpa-1 tlon. Such a deplornblo condition Is tinnocoHS try. Thero Is n cure for It. Herblne v;lll spoedllv remedy mat ters. C. A. I.lmlBay. P. M., Uronsnn. Fla.. wrl'es, Feb. 12, 1902: "Having used Herlilno, I II ml It a fine medicine for constipation." 50c a bottle. Sold by W. II. Frame. Sleep In a comfortable bad In a room that i.i ventilated and In which sunshine in not n stranger. Everything you oat will tnsto good and do good If you lako Mug's Dys- papula TabluU. Sold by City lrus . Storo.' ' 1 Jlarley Ideal oil -heaters will heat, I absolutely, without odor. If not, your ' money refunded Sold only bv . WEEKS PROS I '"'f Praciliul ilnuerfc u-ii l'la'tnlnr.-. . Wholesale GRAIN. FLOUR & FEED Wo do a strictly Whole sale Grain, Flour and Feed business and solicit a share of tho trade of the mer chants and dealers of Ard more and surrounding country. : : We always pay tho highest market price for oats. ; High grado Flour, Bran and other mill products are our specialties and wo jjuuranteo overj thing sold. Warehouse at old Iron Storo building, east of do pot. L'hone 58'J. Thr Ardmore Wholesale Grain Co. W V. Wanvr, Mgr. ' F! 13 tidy Complexions Black Heuds Pimples and Eruptions CAN BE CURED They nro duo to Impurities in tho I lood and It has been found that n course of IRVING'S BUCHU WAFERS tho woll known Kidney nnd Illood ltemedy will cradlcato tho troublo promptly. Why bo mortified by an unsightly complexion when tho euro If so simple nnd cheap, CO cents, CITY DRUG STORE W. B. FRAME, Proprietor ARDMORE. - - IND. TER. There nre two times In a man's lift when ho should not speculate---w'l n he can't afford It. and when he can W. P. POLAND, 1 LANDS. 1 Buys nnd sells lnt:d, make? ieuBu contract?, 8pcnren al lotments for n ti2ene. keen I firetclaBS mrvij'or io i!..c, y work gnft.nnteed, OClce over Firat Nutioual Bnk. 1 No Poison In Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. From Napier, New Zealand, Her ald: Two years ago .the .Pharmacy Hoard of New South Wales. Australia had an analysis made of all the cough medicines that we're sold In that inti'ket. Out of the entlro list they found only one that they de clared was entirely freo from all poisons. 'Kilr exception was Cham berlain's CotiRh Remedy, made by the Chamberlatn .Medicine Company, Des Moines, Iowa, U. S. A. Tho absence of all narcotics makes this remedy the safest nnd bat that can be had; and It Is with si. feellnR of security thnt any mother can Rive it to her little ones. Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy is especially recommended by Ps makers for coughs, colds, croup nnd whooping cough. This remedy Is for sale by P. J. Ramsey, W. H. Frame, Homier & Bonner and Ardmuro Drug Co. Subscribe for the ArdmoroitH. CHAS. KEENER Who Alwuys Sold The Finest Fresh Heats in tin City has come back tu Arumoro and bought the Mur phy market, near the (Jilmer llouso. He wants a share of your trade. It is to your inter est to give it to him. Phono C12. PLANSaFTER FLOUR ASK YOUR flROCEK HOK OAR Am aklau tlt mm mmV-stmVe ftf riiM n mm kta ml . SORE THROAT. A tun cur fr HMriraw. TmiIIU. QaUuy, U.1am4, VtuvUi mm CtUrrfct! rTkrV A rrTotl. ml trmmm, VkMlM but mmi. mthtbttlm. ronirTiK uwAMJmm Nertast utw4 kr tt Mm talwM Anal k tm la rrtrf hmmm TrUm SI OnM Uttltlmm Saa Malaaa, Imvu '! rni Htnr. w W ri-m Carriage Repair Shoii iii.k iiuufcliK.-. WoinlworW. I'alntlnk and I'llhimiu,-. Heavv lmlau nnd horhestioelnt- in an. vuc ii, 1 1 Fast itroallwav Ar.trar.rB, I T MADb ijy JMC ?BALtT mtlg LEVATOB (0 Look Out OLD MAN For that Flue of Yours Cold weather is coming and you will need it put in order. Avoid the rush by 'phoning mo now. Your troubles will then bo end eduntil I get after you with the bill. BERRY HILL THE TINNER Shop Phono' 201 Residence Phone 473 WARNING ORDER. In tho United States Court, South ern District, Indian Territory, at Ard more: Noblo Bros:, plaintiff, vs. 15. i. Crlm, defendant,. No. -1875. Tho defendant. 12. M. Crlm. Is -vnrn-ed to nppou In this court within' thir ty days to answer tho complaint of ho plaintiff's. Noblo Jlros.' Witness my hand tu United State-. Commissioner nt Ardmore, I. T.. this October 1 1. 1005. . T. N.' ItOHNRTT, U. S. Commissioner. Nullor & McGlll. attorneys for pltf- H I.Kilfttrr, ntlgrnoy for n.:jn resident lofendant. First pnblii-'ied Ocjober 13, 1905.