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Ardmore, Wednecday, June 27, 1916.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. SEVEN CHIGLEY. Special Correspondence. Chlgley, I. T., June 24 Quite a wind storm struck this placo on Inst Friday nlglit. pood rains on Saturday night and Sunday following. Miss Vlrgle Mosos of Lexington, Ok., visiting lier brother, Norton, for n fow days. John nud Fayette Nelson made a business trip to Sulphur last week. Thomas Hollls of Hnvonwood was In UilKley Saturday evening on bus iness. J. H. Jackson (bettor known ns Kl) U suffeilnK very much with his head, seems to be catarrhal trouble. MIm Amelia Wolf, who makes her home wjth her sister, Mrs. Saddler. Is vlsltlnB friends nt ljunpnwis, Toxas. Miss Kannio Wolf and MIm Hon nottn Howell of Old Washltn, iKild Chlaloy a pleasant call Sunday and dined with Mrs. William. Hvangellst llarkc moved hl tent from Wynnuwood last Saturday to Chlgley and will hold a protracted meeting. As the fnrmors nro up with iliolr work wo predict that he will have a lino mcotln . Wnthans Sons Co. was transacting liuslno-s In Wynnawood Snturday. it scorns from tho amount of goods thoy brought back with them our mer chants will have competition, which Is needed. The Chlgley Tanners' Union at this place Is grnlndlng all O. K. Sirs. .1. W. Wclcii will leave Thurs day for Almond, North Carolina, to vlrilt hor mother, wnom she lias not seen for twonty years. Quito n Jolly crowd of young folks was out from Wynne-wood Friday night. MIhh Amy Conyers, who left this place for her peoplo In Missouri, write baok that she Is well satisfied, but will visit hor friends here this fall. Matt Woolf Jr. was duly Initiated Into the Woodmen order nt this enmp Friday night. Mntt wild the Chltley goat Is not so i-nd, after all. Ud Maion was taken vory sick a few mornings ago, but Is now recovering. Tho crop situation In this part Is Just flno so far, wo think we will Jrwe tho host crop that has beon raised on the creel; In a long time. GeorKo Williams and family wore visiting W. T. Hlytho'B Sunday. The .peoplo of this part nro longing to sec tho tolophono put In operation that Is to run from Wynnewood to loin by tills place. Tho people of this placo were thor oughly aroused from their slumber Mondny morning about one o'clock by ono of tho worst wind and oloctiJc storms that has over been known In this country. Tho literary hero last Wednesday night wns-Bald to tbo tho best wo over have had nt Chlgley. Tho young folkH lind a splendid, program nnd well car- rltd ouL Next meeting will be omn time In July. Special Correspondence. Unstman. I. T., June 25. 'irmois liavo put In this week hlllln:. grass. Very fow but what liave thai- crojH In good shaiw, some cotton is vory late and needing rain Imd. bit corn will hold up a few davs longer with out suffering much. J. J. Slgler of Art) more . with us Snturday, talking to the farmers to get them Interested In buying a gin plant of 1 lenity Urn., which l a gand Investment for the community. Ai yet I liMr no talk of n good time on tho Fourth of July. Talk It up foys, It hns long been a custom to colebrnto that day. The people have moru than the usual lessons to re joice on tho coming Fourth, so boys July 13th, llth nnd lGth. Itato $21.00 got together nnd have a good time, ns Annunl Meeting Hnptlst Young leo thoro will bo n great change In our pie's Union of America, Omaha. Neb., futuro since wo hnvo statohood. J. J. Hranlgcn our blacksmith has beon mi the sick list this week. Mrs. Ilrnnlgen 1ms gone to Hewitt to transact some buslines. ,1. J. Petty went to Marietta today after supplied for himself and tenants. Mr. Putty Is nn extensive farmer In this community. l?m Shlpmnn of Aimer was with us today and did his usual amount of grumbling, which has become chronic. Barbecue and Picnic. The Odd Fellows of llerwyn will glvo n barbecuo and baskot picnic at llerwyn, I. T., Thursday, July 3. Prom Inont spcakors will dollvor addresses, Hverybody Invited to como nnd bring well filled baskets. Privileges will bo sold Snturday June K. M. CASON, J. W. JONKS. A. M. MAYSE, A. W. OAINES, Committee. EASTMAN. EXCURSIONS. Santa Fe. Summer excursions on sale dally: I-ampasas, Texas, 0.s5. San Angoto, Texas, $13.7t. Galveston, Texas, $17.C5. Matagorda, Texas, J17.20. Hoorne, Toxas, $17.65. Waring, Texas, $18.05. Comfort, Toxas, $18.35. Kervlllo Texas, $19.05. Biennial Conference Grand Ixlgc, A. O. U. W.. San Antonio, Texas, July 22 and 23rd. Hate $15.20. Annunl meeting Honovolont nnd Pro tective OnW of Klks, Denver, Colo.. NOTICE To Telephone Patrons We wish to announce that tho extra cliargo of tifty cents for one ilistanco instruments will bo discontinued beginning April si, 1001). All pntrons who do sire long distance nccomtnod.i tions will tlrst mnlto arrange ; ments for credit with thu man agement, otherwise they will not bo granted long distance privil eges, Do not force the operator to give you credit. CHICKASAW TELEPHONE COMPANY W II. BERRY, Her. Fruit Jnn nt Sprnglns Co. July 10th to 13th. Itato $19.25. Special excursion to Mexico City, Mcx., Sept. 3rd to llth. Hate $3G. National Educational Association Convention, San Francisco, Cal., June 25th to July 7th. Hate $52. Special excursion to Mexico City, Mcx., Juno 25 to July 7th. Rate $33. W. A. DASH I ELL, T. A. Frisco. Frisco, will sell tickets jo II points on their line at one and ono A rann who Is In perfect health, bo third fare. ho can do an lionost day's work when ncccssnry, has much for which he should bn thankful. Mr. L. C. Hod cers, of Ilrnuchtou, Pa., writes that he was not only unablo to work, but he could'nt stoop over to tlo his own shoes. Six bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure mndo a new man of him. Ho snys, "Success to Foley's Kidney Cure." Hoffman Drug Co., City Drug Store. Hlennlnl Conference Grand loiIt;a A. O. IT. W., San Antonio, Toxai, luly 22 ami 23rd. Hate $15.20. Annual Meeting Hnptlst Young Peo ple's Union of America, Omaha, Nob., July 10th to 13th. Unto $19.25. Annual meeting Honovolont nnd Pro tectlvo Order of Elks, Denver, Colo., July 13th, Hth nnd 15th. Unto $24.00 W. A. DA8II1ELL, T. A. J. W. MARINO. T. V. A. Sherman Toxas. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY Condensed Statement of the Conriltlon of The Ardmore National Bank at Close of Business June 18, 1906. RECAPITULATION. Rock Island. Annual Meeting Hnptlst Young Peo ple's Union of America, Omaha, Neb., July 10th to 13th. Hate $19.2n. Annual mooting Heuovoleiit nnd Pro tective Order of Elks, Denver, Colo., luly 13th, llth and 15th. Hate $24.00 W. A. DASHIELL, T. A. HESOURCES. Ians $331,913 43 Stocks, Securities, etc 12,923 80 U. S. HondH 157,005 75 Fixtures 2,000 00 CASH 188,921 56 $C92,Si 51 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock puld In $lon.mm 00 Surplus nnd Profits (net) . . 48,230 89 Circulation 100,000 00 DEPOSITS 444,596 65 $092,827 51 No better Index to the growth of Ard more can be found than Is rcflcctod In tho constant nnd --steady Increase In tho deposits of tho Ardmoro Natlonnl Dank. DEPO-ITS. Juno 18, 1903 $115,924 39 Juno 18, 1904 133.C04 2G Juno 18, 1905 221,833 ii June 18, 1906 444,596 55 LEE CRUCE, President B. W. STUART, Cashier. COTTON BELT EXCURSIONS. San Francisco, Cal., ono fare plu $2 for tho round trip. Selling June 25 to July 7, 1906, Inclusive. Limited for return September 15, 190C. Los Angeles, Cat., one fare for the round trip. Soiling September 3 to 14 Inclusive. Limit for return Octo ber 31. 1906. Special excursions to Mexico, one faro plus $2 for tho round trip. Bell Inc Juno 25, July 27. 106. Limit September 15, 1906. Very low ratos will bo mado olioe- tlvo to tbo following: Call on any Cotton Holt ngont for full Information rcgnrdlng your trip or uddrcss D. M. M OHO AN, Trav. Pass Agt., Fort Worth, Tox GUS HOOVER, Trav. Pasi. Act. Wuco, Texas R. C. FYFE, Asst. Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt, Tyler, Texas. JOHN K. LEHANE, Gon. Frt and Pass. Agt Tyler. Tex, Steven, Kcnnerly & PR0FF5SI0NAL COLUMN LAWYERS. CLINTON O. DUNN. Attorney at Law Ardmore Ind. Ter. W. P. Davis. W. F. Freeman. Otlle Anderton. DAVIS, FREEMAN A ANDERTON. Laywer. Rooms 4 nnd 6 Now Dulldlng West of Court House. Phono C04. Ardmore, I. T. m 'ft (0 ii ii ii) Hi Hi to il) Hi Hi Hi ii ii 0 vli HAY HARVEST Just at this season the Farmer who has Hay, Oats, or other small grain, needs the old reliable McCormick Mower nd RaKe HAY TIES are also in demand, and we have the best Hind in stocH. Molinc and Mitchell Wagons, the two "Monarchs of the Road," are always in demand, and especially during harvest. When the thermometer creeps lazily up about the 100 mark, a Quick Mcnl Gaso line Stove is a necessity in every home. We also sell Majestic Mecl Ranrfcs and Charter OnK Stoves. Remember, we sell the John Deere and Velio Buggies. BIVENS, CORHN $ FRENSLEY Ardmore, Ind. Ter. WM. B. MATTHEWS. Attorney at Lavi. Vt'lllnrnctlcr tiforrthf Unlit-t HtRlrn Si,. prrti.t- Court, Court lit CUImn. nnd nil Itii uimriiiiiDl ami Loiiimllli-f or C'ooicrao For rlirbt jr-r In L'.S Ornpriil t.nit Offlrn Mntlrrn tjftorr Conifn-mi nillmlliin clnlm One of tfai nlttor of "Mutllipwi, A Cin- wurVDIv-HH." Authnrnf "Mallhnira'llulili..' "MnituvK' Forma or riraillnir." Kto. Itrfrra lo IMIIor of tbla ir. OJ)pi'! 113) New York Arpnup. Waalitnir. ion. u. v, n'lfimonu. nin izni. CpU J. W Ellli. W. D. Hilfhlll ELLIS HALFHILL, Rooms 21 and 22, Homestead UldR. Civil ana Indian burlness oxcIuhc Ively. MU8KOOEI!. IND. TK1L W. B. Johnion L. 8. Dolman JOHNSON & DOLMAN. Attcrneyi at Law. Ardmore, I. T. WILLIAM W. WRIQHT (ItPKlitarptl Atlorrry.) (Formerly with Dawes Commission i Contests, Citizenship Cases and nttif matters bcioro tho Interior De partment, Exclusively Rooma 407 and 8, Corcoran building Washington, D. C. I'rrpsrn for July 4, llc. If you ur eolni; lo roletirnte Iheilsy tr pnjoylnir irooil illnnxr, liu aurennl hvt your lirra.l, im.lrlrn ami uakna maile from our tnatolilf LEADER FLOUR Tlic-y nru aurp to liu tfooil Ktlila Hour luat. Sp.!;,;uH71,,'a,r,ir TYLER & SIMPSON otitis llouapkpper WIIOI.KHAI.S DlHriUIIUTKIIH J. A. BIVENS. President DON LACY. Vice President A. H. PALMER, Cashier FRED C. CARR, Ant. Caihler Get your hay ties Corhn & Frcnslcy. from nivens, Tlioro Is danger In summer bowel troubles. Check thorn at the stnrt by taking Ramsey's Cholera and Dlnr rhoca Runaway. Wo guarantee It. Prlco 25 cents. 17-C F. J. HAM SUV, Druggist. 27w HEWITT. Spcclnl Correspondence. Hewitt, I. T., Juno 25. Howltt was blossod with a good rain last night nnd prospects of moro this nftemoon -wntch wfll .insure a general gtxd crop of corn and all our farmers are today wearing n pleasant smllo, Tho little Infant of Tom Sharrock died nnd wbh burled yesterday at Howltt graveyard. Mr. Ashburn on tho llayou died yesterday and will bo buried today. Hewitt is to nave a Blnglng normal beginning tho 13th of August con ducted by Prof. Ramsey of Texas. Dr. StophpnB, latoly of St. Louis, Mo has located In our town. Hewitt Is to havo a Woodman pic nic on the 12th of July. Mrs. Chniley Jones has gono on a visit to her mother nt Caddo. Mrs. Archie High and sister, Mbv? Minerva Vein, of Maysvlllo, aro hero on n visit to their sUter, Mrs. Gortlo Thompson. Mr Ie's granddaughters, tho Misses Cook, of Toxas, aro hero on n visit, Tom Roxroat nnd Dr. I.oMay met with tho Farmers' Union hero Satur day. Our'fcirmera aro proparlng to fix the bridge ncross tho Hayou and want tho co-onerntlon of Ardmoro merchants In tho matter. Mr. Leo, the Methodist minister, filled his appointment hero yesterday, The onlywn)' a man can got abend of the ga-i company to put the tubo In his mouth and turn It on full head Civil Service Examinations. An oxamlnntiou for tho position of Pumping Knglneor, will bo hold nt the postolllco In tills city on July Gth, 1UQG. An examination for the position of Surveyor, Phlllpplno sorvico, will be held ut the postolllco In this city on July II nnd 12th. 190C. An examination for tho position of Medical Interim (mnlo), Civil ICngln cur nud Superintendent of Construe tlon, will bo held at the postofllco in this city on July 5th and Gth, 100G. An examination for tho position of Archltecural Draftsman (mnlo), and Hospital Interne (mnlo) will bo held at the postolllco In this city ou July 5th and Gth, 190C. An examination for tho position of Railroad Transportation Agent will lo held at tho post office In this city on July Gth, 190C. For application blanks, and for full Information relative to tho exnmlun tlon, qualifications, duties, snlarles etc., address G. J. Sandlln, Local Sec retary, Hoard of Civil Servlco Kxnmln ors, Post Office, Ardmore, I. T. Notice to Contractors. Scaled bids will bo received at my olllco In the Noblo building, Ardmoro, Indian Territory, until 5 o'clock p. m. Juno 27th, 190C, for tho erection nnd completion of two eight room brick school buildings according to plans nnd specifications prepared for same. Uach bid will bo accompanied by a certified check of 3 per cent of bid, xnmo to bo mndo payable to tho School nonrd and to bo forfeited for liquidated damages shaulJ tho suc cessful bidders all to glvo good and satisfactory bond ns required In flvo days nftcr being notified of snmo. Tho School Hoard rosorvoa tho right to reject or accept any or all bids. Plans nud specifications can bo seen at my olllce, Noblo building. 17-D J. 11, WHITE, Architect. Ouaa. J, KirrLRft Uiui. IJ Uaiu Compiler "Indian Aotlve Lawa a,oU Trsatlna" Ooort Prartltlori- KAPPLER 4. MERILLAT Attorneys and Countelors-at-Law, Practice before alt Conrtai Coaitreai. Oo rnmeDt Department! J Commlialont Indian oaaea a apeclaltr. , Offloa. Iloml bills'. Waahlaitea, t) PHY8ICIAN8. The City National Bank ARDMORE, I INDIAN TERRITORY Capital $100,000.00 Surplus Funds 75.000,00 Account of Arms and Individuals soltclteJ. Courteous treatment accordod to all alike. DR. A ,E. FACHT. Practlco limited to Kye, Kar, Nose and Throat. Glasses Carefully Fitted. Rooms 9 and 11, Noblo Uldg. Worrell's Insert Exterminator Is an ro and speedy death to all kinds of Insect pests motlis, roaches, bed bugs, fleas, lice, etc. Sprayyer with ev ery package. 17-0 F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist Notice of Sale in Bank. Trustee's ruptcy. In the matter of noopor & Crawfoid I bankrupts. Notlco Is hereby given that the trus tee of tno above named bankrupts will offer for salo to tbo highest bidder for cash In hand, at Ardmore, Indian Ter ritory, at 12 o'clock m., July 3, 190C, Will Cure Consumption. A. A. Hcrren. Finch. Ark., writes "Fdlov's Honey and Tar Is tho best 011 tho goods, wares, morchandlso, and preparation for coughs, colds and lung other personal property and enecis oi trouble I know thnt It has cured con- tho above named bankrupts.. sumption In tho first stagea." You novor heard of any ono using Foley's Honoy and Tar and not being satis- fled, Hoffman Drug Co., City Drug Store. , This 21st day of Juno 190C. JOHN HINKLE, neferee. Ardmore, I. T. First published Juno 24, 190C. It was Lincoln's cheerfulness and sense of humor thnt enabled him to stand under tho terrlblo load of the Civil war. , A full pound packago of tho nicest perfumed talcum that can bo pro. duced wo sell for 23c, It's Ramsey's Talcum Powder, 17-0 F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist P.P. TIM KKLLKU.M.D. U. II. UKNIIT, U. I Kai. I'boneU llni. 1'hooa mi OtDoe I'bona H von KELLER & HENRY Physicians and Surgeons. jn, Kar Nuae anj Throat Uuavlallila rtpectaolet M Kto Ulaaiat aooorately Olian Uffloa OTar Boenar & Ilonntr'a, Uooma I ink H. D. Woore J. II. Hargrave Res. Phone -13. Res. Phone 519 Offlco Phone 49. MOORE & HARQRAVE. Physicians and Surneoni. Offlco in Frensicy Dulldlng orer Hotchklsa Jewelry Storo. Sneclnl attention to troatment ot piles and diseases ot women. t P. ANDKIIflON.Prnlrtrq O. L. ANOBKHDN. Caihlar U. r PIIKNHLKT, Vlc-fra, O. a, UAUPI.S. Aaa'l (laahlai FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ardmr, Indian Territory Capital raid la s 60,00.t Sorplut Fundi , , 240,000.0 Total S300.000.W Tna oldial bank Id Indian Tarrlinrr. Aooonnu ot tttot kt6 lodltldoai. loltoltaa otioo iba uuii libera: larmi eonilnaal llb irood hankie Drt. J. P. FANN, Dentist, Over Hall & Hlllle,. Dr. W. H. Enlce. Dr. E. J. Woodard. ENLOE & WOODARD, DENTISTS. Offices In Ardmore and Marietta. OR. C. L. McCANN. Office: Stong Dulldlng, over Hall Hlllls. Telephones: Office 682; resldonco 683. Q. E. GOODWIN, M. D. (Office over Hall & Hlllls) Phones Office 349; residence 307 DR. PRI-IP STEPHENS Office Randol building. ..Office phone 572. Reeldenco 428. J. L. WILSON. TUEIOHT TRANSFER AND n AGO AUK LINK. Office at Amerlcwi Reitauranl. Reeldenco phone 72. Office phone 1 a Hi 0 vl) ii) Hi 0 0 ill 0 vl ft Choose three words from tho English lungungo n nil you will And Always the Same is the most significant expression donotiny qualities of dependence. Always the sume applies to PELKER as u Grocer and to thu Go.ds he hat dies. Goods that Arc Always the Same: Chase it Sanhorn's CcAVes Queen of the Pantry Flour lloinz' Piek'.es and Preserves, .17 varieties Priue of Denver Flour. Always the Samn Telephone Mo. 174 $ Hi v it & $ & Hi m