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Ardrrfiti, fueamy, August f, (555,
EIGHT. FOR Y. M. C. A. FUND. THE DAILY AROMORCIf E STMMFU PFRIi. f J.n- of tie- ur'-at 'st doi 'i itnittl weather is tr.o it ions IjciWfi (nii)initits Tln-y coire- so tiictely, caii'i' -u-li InN-tise s-jfT-' tntf ;ini no (laiifcerous that very Immim- sliouiii Inive a remeih on hand for iinuiediHto usv. Ramsey's Cholera and Diarrhoea Runaway i a :'rtain :uro for colic, cholera, diarrhoea and all nimllar trouble. H cJ'eo: the disvase as quickly as it suould bo checked, and relieveslhe pain almost irwtit t ly. (Jivon at the Unit lgn of trouble it obvtat' all poMsiliility or danger. It sure to prevent aifterinjr and sivfs 'mmI tiin's itn cmt in doctor lulls. M(M;Y IIA K F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist r M un and tdilo .1 The Bush-Gerts Ii a. piano wliit'h any person in ly well pro.nl to own and wli'di .iff wis lis oivni" tho fullest in-usure of permanent satisfaction The Husli toTts pinto factories in JJi)Lituoro have rcconlly bin itdilud too, hut, tlio growing doiiumd for tho Bush (Jcrts roininjf from all partsof tho world ulividy In in .!.'ss of til'.' ripirity of Mi enlarged factories. E. B. LUKE West End Grocery Phone 745. LOOK AT THE I PRICES: White Swan I'loui- ... .$1 30 White Swan Preserve, Ms h.ii ted fruits, put up In k1ISS j.ir-, 2 lbs. each 25u Si'iidder'ri Canada Sap Maple Svrup, half gallon J0 quarts 40c Mixml Pickles, put up In one gallon kUh jars 85u CotTee. roular -'Oo ollor, six pounds for SI 00 All other (!-oeeries just as cheap. ds delivered to utiv part ot the city C I,. IIKTII t D. REDFIELD INSURANCE AGENT Piompt Sett lenient on Fire and 'J'ornad i Losses t t t BAGGAGE TRANSFER LIMh Phone 261 1 ) V r NIO I r STEVE KOWLES, ProprUtor ALLEN'S Carriage Shop for All Bur's- Heplrs J Keep y'tir rattle hupplcr ulld 111 In ter condition by usIhk Ailvoua V'ly Clmuer. It will not Injuto t!io liai Hold in inv uuuntKy. i; '. J If V.d.IY Pi t - j I l.s Telephone :; THE COMMERCIAL CLUB. Secretary Sanders a Duty Man But Says it's All for Ardmore. u nji nclitatlve visit- i i-.itiii tf tho Commercial Cltili n . niiiti ntni found Secretary fean .i,. I.. Iik In work. nnswer cif inquiry concerning l he . ii i.f vatlona Industrie In the Wit. n .inked what ne wan doing .iii'I'ih t-tii tol that the club was i . i n: 'Himiiimcatlrn by the dot--..i . Hgardltig Ardmore nihI they li iw Unit tho outside world and riiiin.i'i c lot world are alive to i.ict thaf Ardmore presents an I'H mult) for good paying Invest- Kin i. Mr. Hundem said he received :ill iiill-at lona for Information re galing l In- location of eollegee, fac ile, mills. foundries, and buslneea louscn. I if lias just reeeiveti a coin- mtinlcalloti from Arkansas In regard t tiiv locating of a boiler foundry inl large Iron works. l'rowMltlons if cinilug In fast, wild Mr. Sanders. and I think It all tho outcome of the iImtiIkIhk ramimlgu which hns lieen nitiiKurnti'd by the club and Is being uh d Ugorously. lit directors of club and the member kiii well satisfied with the work the club Is oIhk In reference to Im-ntlnR new iciipl): and cndtal here. The location r fnctoilcN In a finest Ion of water and ill and Vjllrimu lallltle. all of lilch Ardmore hus or can easily at- ilit. Water thero la In donty. fuel Icm than a liundretl mites from if. ami tstirosii rsciunos are very Mid. with prospects of being much i-tt r. There la muo.i tu he done by he i lob In the next sixty days In re- ard to locating enterprises here and lr. Sunders nays they will lot no pioi tunlty pass to ull all enter ili h tu Ardmore tnoy Misslbly can. The i iiormoiis Ineronae In popills- I m which Ardmora Itaa nttalnetl In he ihm hlxty days la a monument to in- v.cirl; of the club, which has inc' with nunierouM dlltloultles In getting uKrfiilxid. but whfch it now a fixed i t Inn of the clty'a c'.ion. We will m-ow and irjaM!.' m Ions :in we place our reteurcea fcfii an :iiiUk-h over towns before the cnpl il. which Is liuliiu Invetttul In tht it ':ite. and tills la wn'. tuo c'.uii li UolllK. The Date Channed. The dale of the picnic and entertain lent at Aylesworth has lawn chaiinMl Ml iik to the Inclement weather from AiiuuKt S and 0 to August SI ami xb. BuquIbs. DliflQles. Wo haie a brand new line of ling- kU-h and are makluK terma and prices to suit all. twtr no m. is linos. IANK DEAL PIINDING, Ardmore Capitalists Figuring on Lo eating In Oklahoma. t he Qkluhnnm Tlmea-Jouriinl lms the following: A representative nf this (taper wit nl. Mined this afteiioou that capital M.s f ii in Aidnuuo would he In this rlt this week for the pnrHvo of clo iiiu. U H)Bll)le. a deal for one of (tie bHiiMug liiMtlttitlotiH nf tills city. It U understood mat If proper nrrtitiKU- tnt'tu can 1m' made the Ardmore lungers, who have ample backing, will put In a bank hero with a capital Mock of $.100,000. Real Estate Special. Now B-room frunio cottngo, flno well of soft wator shades, gnrdon, lot 150x150, deslmblc locution near liar grove, llnrgnlu at Sl.SOO; part tlmo If wanted. OH1UN M. HUDFIKLP, Postolllco Uiillillng. Moved Moved Moved TUCKER'S MARKET FIks u nveil fr'in V Main V isliinv'tiip tie ir lliitit t i.'t SUyt) htoi'c. P11O..U tU. II' IT 1AI Plans td Donate Amount Left After Feeding Reunion Visitors. ('. M. Joiner, chairman of ttw on. tr-iv .e that all wera fad at Tt -'an .iood celebration here, Mates in another artlole In this ppr that s' ' r feeding all who attended, tat com mlttee dads a balanc of ahoat t'f' .ft In the treasury, and oKlla. upi.n d'.nors toward the fund for lh'i pinion as to what should b doa? . ith it. The plan which tha com no i ! has Fp<ra of aa befns; tha mot; t.nlbif in regard to the itlapoftlor. i the fund, la that It be donated t V. M. c. A. fund which la koing slued for the erection of a Ycnn; Mn Christian asooclatioa here nl- pian has mot with lilt) OMCtli r ! many of those who contributed t !.. imiri. who reallne that ahealu it ititrllMited among tho contri'iu .:- the hare that each would re he would lie ao small that it wood next to nothing. .Many have x themaelvea of the Hu' n Unit the plan suggested by tha cote mlttee Is the heat and are randy ti have their shaft) donated to that a Miri.it ion. The ladles of the city are tnakln. a atrenurua ufftrt to raise a fund tor the erection of a Y. M. C. A. btini lag and are meeting with nld iron the business mm of the city. They have arranged for a Saturday's mar ket at the Noble Ilroa. hardware tote und have taken In quite a it : sum In tltMt manner. They also hn.- hud Y. M. C. A. benefits at the t hel lers of the city, and altogether hav-t a fairly gord sum raised townrd the erection of the httlldltrg. An organizer was to have been IhTf some time past to organtxe the Y. M. ('. A., but for some reason he til l nn! shi a- up and no organisation of the kind has been attempted yot. It Is certain that when the orKnnixer comes he will receive hearty coo erst Ion on the part of the busln.' men ami also the young men and 1 1 III - if the nilv. Many of thu yotinv men have expressed themselves :.- anxious of hocoiiiliig members of he Young Men's Christian nasocli tlon. should audi an organisation be MM-fected here, and have Minted that they would donate liberally townrd the establishment nf the association. The backers of the movement al- renrty have a lot near the Klka' nail on Mroailway stroet. which has tripled In value since purchased ny thei'n, and It Is an Ideal place for such an -.s- sorlntlou to build Its home. REPUBLICANS MEET. At Court House Last Evening The Meeting n Quiet One. The regular meeting of the Un- coin flub wns held last night at tho court house. It had been advertised th'it Dlstrct Attorney (Icorgo It. Walker would nddresa the meeting mi ls-.ti' of the dav, but the Inclcnent weather prevented tho attorney from .el iik present, and a unmoor of those wh(- attended were dlsapitolntwl. When It was learned that the expect ed npenker of the evening would not be In attendance, a number of the faithful rose to the occasion and i-peeches were heard from quite a few. Wry uttle business wns atteiuled to as the weather whs much that tho rank anil file of the rluu did not at tend. The meat Important event that transpired wns tne several speeciioa made upon the imlltlcnl belief of tho Indian, which seemed to lie of great Interest to both parties In the tcrrl tory. Just at present. WILLIAMS SPEAKS AT MILBURN. Has Strang Following Among tne Farming and Labor Classes. Ardmorelte Seclal. lion. It. I.. Williams of Durnnt. can dldate for governor of Oklahoma. iUh ! llvered an address to a largo and enthusiastic audience at this place to- day. The vnluable services which Mr. Williams has renduml the democratic lrty as National Committeeman for the iant two yoni-a. coupled with his acauowieugeu nmiiiy aa a lawyer anil politician coiiiiiino to mane tillil a strong favorite In this section of tho country. Mr. Williams' plain and uims- tunning mnuuor la public nnd prlvato life luivo won for him a very strong following niiioiig the farming class nnd the laboring clnssou generally. Other prominent Domocntta aro ex pected here to deliver addrttwoa to morrow, nnioiig whom aro Hon. Still well nussell nnd I.eo Cruco of Ard- , "" Mr. Mnohaiigh of AtoUn. This Beats All. There are dead boats, red beets mi l sugar beets but the bent that boats al! Is now on exhibition at this cillloo, but we do not plead guilty to raising It. Tills honor we confer iiimiiv our Republican friend, Sam Hutler of Sov- eutl, avenue, northeast. The beet Is iiluotren Inches in circumference and weighs four imuiiiIs. It Is a homo prod- net and Mr. Hutler very proud of t!-e fac; that he did not get It from s iirn-ltivbuck .1 Ccmapn. but raised It hln.lf. SAYS CZAR WILL ABDICATE. Very Fishy Story Sent Out Terror ists Active at Work. By Associated Press. New York. Ang. 8 A cable tc the morning paper front Vienna says: It la the ctar's Intention to abdicate The circulation ol tnts report x as cribed to reactionary councillors v'o lently opposed to Stolypins reform scheme, which the ctar support The story adds that the cxar will appoint Vladimir and Klchobu Mcho lavlteh aa co-regents. By Associated lress. araw. Ang. S Temofiats ate - i tlly attacktnff (tHd robbing off), a. corentment spirit shop tu. v. Am malls. Gov. Folk In Train Wrek. ity Assoclstei! Press. Armottrtltile, Aug. Two Mlsvnt.i Iac1flc paaacnger train eetflded hei -'his morning Injuring Conductor Wll llam Welch. wIni waa taken to th hoapltal at Atchison. Oovernor I-'olk was in the tta! co mute to a picnic at Stewart vile, .fo.. but was uninjured. Seeks Approval of Appolnmtnt. Ity Aoclated Proas. St. Petersburg. Aug. 8. Stolypln has none to I'eterhof to secure the emperor's approval of the appoint ment of Prince Vassllchlkoff as min ister of agriculture, Pllsaonhorr as minister of commerce ami Iswolsky. a brother of the foreign minister, as procurator general of the holy sy nod. Refused Absolute Divorce. Ity Associated PreM. Paris, Aug. S. Mrs. Maude Cionne Mcllrltle whs today grunted judicial seiwratlnn from her husband. Major Mcllrltle, hut tho tribunal refilled her absolute divorce. Many Men at Work. Ity itxaoclatetl Pre. Oklnhonia City, Okla., Aug. 8. I arge forces of men aro at work In Inilhin Territory and Oklahoma re imlrlng heavy washouts on the Hock Islntnl, Santu I-'u anil M'. IC. &. T rmids. It Is hellevad that tntfllc w'l' be resumed gennrally by tomorrow. All thnlns entering this city are de layed. Getting In New Fixtures. Mil nor & Kllntt, barbers on Main street received a set of new furniture and Hxturea yeatenlay and are putting them In. Thoy new outfit Is very head until,, and tho shop will lie among the best equlpiieil 111 the oly. Tliey will nei acquire extra aiwce, taking In the front of the building now occupied C. I). Davis' tailor shop. Tr. IJavla will maintain Ids shop In the rear of the harbor shop. New Stall at Fire House. The fire boya were busy yeatenlay building a now atall In the tire houae which will he used by Chief Slaugh ter for his handsome hiigtcr liorae. A new buggy has been ordered by the chief ami shot 1 11 reach hore soon. Ar rangement have been made for a atall for it also. Hlnhhlnt; itt SHinilx. Toi many jie.ip'i? who aro well bred In ne.irly every other nmpect an' guilty of the solecism -to enll It by the nilhl eMt nnmo-of cutting up their sjilnd on the plate. Of cut'e naiad Iihh hoiiio t lines to lie rodtlciil to lower dlincii slous, so to sneak, but It need not he done by the wholesnlo or itilto In tho huslnesMlIke faxhloti practiced by aouie. (irasplus a knife In one hand and a fork In the other, they Hhislf away at the iMolTen-dvo Ki-een ntulT with a igor and a noise of n tnliilntiiro mowing timchluo until tho brtiUoil k'Hvetf sro converted Into KlirtxU of heir former selvi-. There U eotuuion 0nse In the conveiitloii that proinbltn such a course. Nearly all green salads are broken into plecin of convenient "I' 1'fore semllng to tho table. Kven W,H'" ,u,w" aro ,IM ,Mr" ,,u k'"f tamm m "") wihi a rorK i',,,,,,,,,, ,, a. boy iims! to enedi the llowors to Kot their color ami pnlutitl tho white aide of hid father's cottage In Tyrol with nil tortn of pictures, which the ouutninfHr gnr.i nt as wonderful, " wn,,",e1 ront nrtlt 11thin lit linllltoe tt-.it. tUn.t n tll f,.Mn... Wh niiiMl lilnmelf mnklng drnwlnKH of hU Hit mid brtnthex, cnnel mid stoat, and Hiitd, "That boy will lient mo ponio day." So hn did, for ho vrns Michael Angelo. A (lertiuut boy wns rending n blood ami thimder novel. HIkIU In tho midst of It ho Mild to himself: "Now this will never do, I get too much excited over It. I can't study so well after It. So hero goes!" Atul ho Hung the book out Into tho river. Ho wns Flehte, tho great Geruinu philosopher, sourer. "Il0W 'lo 'm 8"l!l,0i tho report over started that you hntl nn oxectitlon til vAltl- hmlaii't ! ,lntil l...... kM' u MM frm , fnct That wo wuro i,nnglng koiiio wall pnper."-Haltt. moro Ainoilcnn. ThU day which thou fenrest so much wkI which thou callot tho Inst Is tho birthday of an olornlty. Scucca. YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT INVITED t WE WILL a ppp QN SAME T T A pcut COMPOUNDED PAY YOU Hr CENT SEMI-ANNUALLY I i It you liave not already procured one of our "HOME Call in and we vi'.l gladly furnish you with one. t Ardmore Loan HOFFMANN )RI'(r CO. Prksckiption 1ui'oc;ists TKMOPIIONIi: "(J! r I "Y c WANTED. . ...TRD- Men to iMin ijarber trade. The a'hntitigcg we offer save years of apprenticeship. Positions waiting. Top wages, i ae rush for barbers never ao great. Special offer now Write for catalogue, Moler Iiarher College, Kansas City, Mo. 15-lm ...TKI Two dealrablo tinfurnUh- ed rooms, with or without board for three persona, Postofllco box Sol. City. 3-P FOH RENT. HO It HUNT A southeast room, apply to .Mrs. Chas. VonWelas, corner 2d avenue, lietwea A nnd II street, northwest. 7-2 FOH HHNT-Well ventilated furnlshwl rooniH. 302 North Caddo street. Also u three-room Ikiimo. Mrs. lClla Hunter. tf FOH i.i-..i One now -i-room house. chine In. Phone 217. 9tf IT)H IlKNT-Sept. 1st. a good six room house, storm house, barn, out buildings with one Mock of ground: one of coolest locations with pret tiest vle'v ! 'he oil). Phone 2 IX. 3-tf I W. SHACKEIjFOim. FOH KKXT On well-furnlhhed, Apply at thin CI cool room, cloee ha. office. FOR GALE. FOK"lTrtt fjlfeap; cor" load 'eacli of e and two year old mules, gen tle, out of rood nmrea and by good Jacks. Also oar gentle aaddle ami work horses. J. II. Hoper, Itaecn, IIIH Co., Texas, 31-20 FOH SAMS Stoek of general iner- (ihandlso. will Invoice $7,800 to $8, 000. Iliilldlng also for snlo. The only store In good Ilttlo railroad town. Postolllce goes with the stool;. Cheap for npot cash. Addroaa W. P. TliomiMon, Hob, I. T, 22-1 in FOH SAM5 Scond-hand typowrltors at u bargain. Whou wo movo Into our new building, Sopt. 1, we will onulp our 'Siehofil ontlrely with now typewriters. The 2fi Hemlngton, Un derwood ami Smlth-Protnlor typo writers that are now In use in school will he sold nt a great bar gain. These machines will bo put In good shape und sold undor a guar antee. Machines will ho dollverod now or hiter nnd will bo sold on terms to suit the purchaser. If yon ,ieed a typewriter, phone or wrlto Helvldge Iluslness Collogo. 13tf I'OH SAI.K Chonp, good buggy, near ly new. Apply Hohorta & Thinner's Insurance oBlcc. 3-0 LOST. W)ST Pair gold rimmed iioho ghissan a wcok ngo on Mnln wrect. Flndor loavo nt ArdmoroltO' and got ru ward. 7-2 LOST At or noni Sulphur, crcdontlal book No. 38,178. JTndor notify Jno. S. Owons, Artlmoro ad gut roward. 30.I2-W2 LOST OiuTLo'wollyiihlrd'"tlog pup, female, uuout four mouths old, black houd with Ktronk down fnco, heavily tlokod. Hotiirn to W. D. Potter and got rownrd. C-tf LOST In tho northonst part of town u bunch of hoiiso koyB, 0110 storo koy on the strlug. Please return to this onico. 7-2t LOST A 'collodion book containing credits on necoutits. Flndor return to Ardinoroltc. ctf Tho fool and hl8 monoy "ro 'hat keep the rest of us from string lo death. m SAFES" t t and Trust Co. J New Buggies. Wc have In a very duo line ot new littRgtes and are malting the prloea and terms attractive. Cat! In, look through our stock nnd got our prices before you buy. NOIII.lI I1U0S. You can use no better flesh powder I than Itnmaey'a Talcum Powder. Soft, ; cooling, healing and delightfully per , fumed. A full pound paoknge, 2Rc. F. J. HA.MSUY. Dnmglat. Notice. All stockholders of the Ardmore Fair Association are reqtiestel th meet at the city hall Thursday night, Aug. Ihnlnoas of Importance. r-3 O. W. STUAHT 9. Tlaggage wagon. Wagon out all day and night. Phono 2CI. Cream Bakery soils more first class bread for money with order than you enn get anywhere olse. JOHN N. t.MIUE, 2w8 205 N. Caddo strcoL riET W. A. Pride's Figures ON ALL. KINDS Ol- TIN and PLUMBING WORK MARKETREPORTS (Hy 13. K, Gulllot & Co., members ot Now Orleans Cotton Kxchnnge.) COTTON MARKET. Ardiromt, August 8. The following arc Uio quotations for today: Liverpool Futures, Of UK cu A 17 A II . A IT S 12 ASK 8p.. Out lv... Dvo.-Jas . Spots and Sales. a !mt ... HaluH .. WI ( New York Futures.- Open. High. I,ow. Ctoso. Oot.. Cea . - o m i o HI S !) 10 Ot U 91 10 OK 10 04 10 01 Spots and Sales, ( is ei II 04 Jan ., - . 10 70 New Orleans Futures. Opon. High. Ijow. Close. biiit... ot Dec Jan HlHit.. .. rialoN M '.' l DM as DM II H7 .... dm 10 in am Spots and Sales. 10 M 0 si 10 as GRAIN. WllSAT- Hi'pU..... ...... .... fl 7-1 T3 l.s Mi'T - - TU .2 79 3-1 CiiKN riflpt . II l.K H a.n Mr .. i 7-s i-s 0T- Hpt si t.s ai s.g May 31 1-8 0 31 S-l CASUAL PHILOSOPHY. When 11 girl begins 10 ask n follow about his life Insurance, tho ro.at ought to ho easy. TIioho who havo grontiiGf? Jirust upon tliotn soldoni know whnt to do with It. Hlehos havo wings, hut they nro .1,0 1 tho kind of wings that uro fabhmnablq In hoavon. 1-ots of wlvoa novor undorstan 1 why their husbands should need any upond' Ing monoy.- Tho onslost thing In tho world to do Is to 111 a kn a break. Hot wonthor makos oven' our laun dry foul all dono up.