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SPORTINO CALENDAR FOR COM
Albert n.-'iniii. if iton, and
0en Moran. el l"rmlu:hain. Unit..
tlcht twsnt,- u-unds In !4on for
wwlil !MiiUmwf rbl chnmplotu!il:i
Sam lAdgford of Boston meets THer
Smith In London. prcllwliwry tn
Iwlirimit-.Moran bout Monday.
KM Ta nd oxy Runeh fight
twenty raundf at Pueblo. Colo.. Mon
day. Honor Mellody anil Ml Twin Sul
livan flarttt twenty rouwls for the
welterweight ehamptotieMp nt I
Mttfasy Shoel of Cheyenne anil
KW Hrrlck of Ofden will tseat at
itilei, Utah. Wednesday.
Jw ThonuM and Willie lewte arm
scheduled to box alx rounda In New
Ogtlen, Hah, Wednesday.
Iffcl Murphy and Willie Schuinaker
are matched to box at
rums. Williams and Fretidie (fete
will m tea rounds at rat wajrae. ,
Ind. HlMretter- i
KWt ItMbe ud Tommy O'Kssfs
tW meet at Iancaster. Penn.. Than
Ktitrles for IB.ftiiO lark Brew- stake
ai I'rorideoce Grand Circuit meet
Aansdnct race meeting dost Tlrars
tof. Metropolltsn Jockey elub opens
otovm day meet at Jamaica. U I..
rrmr, - :
cap n a feature. Oret Metropolitan
.takes. HaglUh racing feature, will be
lasting to May 4
Coll and Tennis.
International amateur tennis Cham
ptoaahln begin at London Wednesday.
Lakuw-ood Country Club golf tour
noy optii at New- York Thursday.
Ponr days' racing moqt begin at
Atlantic City Tuesday. Touting vu
tnat of Automobi'e Club uf Touralne
llttsbarg Sportsmen's show- and ath
lUe carnival opens Wednesday.
Interscbolasrlc track and field meet
one-M at Oklahoma university Friday.
Thirteenth annual relay races of
university of lenwsylvaiila will be
Naval academy' Inlerclass track
and field roet will' be held at .Vnnapo
Track meet of Arkanaas Athletic as
aoctattoa will be held In Little Hock
Golf Coast league opens
1 astern leariebegtna pennant race
estate league open Thursday,
i icctlcut league open Thuriday.
a1 league open-c Thuriday.
w Kngland leamu- e-jH-n Friday.
Kansas stnte trapshootlng tourney
opens at Hutchluson Wednesday
Annual bench ahow of Buffalo Ken
n)l dub opeu. Tuesday.
The first week of baseball In Ard
Hkare lh la season was a successful
Ufio. There ' a good atteinlnnce nt
ever) gmue nd much lnteit timiu-
(esteil In the work of the team, which
Is to represeut Ardmore mi the U-
mond this year.
The strength of the loeala was
shown when they secured au eveu
break with the Fort Worth league
team, which ha been practicing and
playing exhibition games for weak.
with all this Ardmore won the open-
In.- game and It generally bolleveil
tbat tb cold weather robbed u 01 a Bardlet wa exploded from France
victory V. . inesday. rt br ,h P1,ce of 1w'1 011
The nr.. 1 with the larl team wa,mnt of the strict antt-gambllnK
coneludvd yetterday ftt-rnoon. M recently passed.
The Oreenvllle team will make its
appearance here tomorrow and en-1
age the locals for three games, Mon-1
day. Tuesday anl Wednesday Follow.,
lug these game. Ardmore will go to
South McAle i where they will play 1
three Fame, against the South MeAl -
eater team, which ha recently been
considerably strensjiensd and now
has a strong line-up. South McAla -
l.er w-jll have a team In the Kansas
Stole I.sttgue this year.
- BASEBALL NOTES.
Mr Comb, who wan tried out at
short by Oklahoma City, has been rs
Itfisd ta ,hawite and will go tu Fort
villi- thl wi
ll. -f. ,it.. the Joplln
"hill. in t.ani at Martli.s
k r. t,, 2
Itiil' Vikh and Lucky ' VriM
hart- been secured (or the flrfsnvllle
Mm anil Joined the teat t llalnes
vlllv. Sulphur will tooti have Ita team
ready Araoug those already report
ut ar Ilrockuan, Amlwaon and Iteeil.
Th Pont Worth fans are Jubilant
over securing IVnnelt of last year's
Topeka team to play center. He Join
ed the Panthers here this eek and
made good from the. start.
Terrell' new baseball park
dedlcatad Thursday when the Texas I
university team defeated Terrell's pro
rcsstonaU I to 0.
The big league team have had ,
a hard lime of Khle week playing tn '
freeslng weather in the nortern cltle.
i uainwTiiie pirr i-u,
WBO ' tchlng there thU aeason. I
tue oeet ever seen mere.
Maud and other membra of the
Bloomer (Mrls 'team were badly beat
en at Vlnlla Tuesday. Score 9 to 1.
A toon as Managw Keegle reach
ed Kttr.t Worth Tuesday he began n
Ibk the axe. Iltcher Thompaon wn
turnvd loose upon the world, McCol
lum was rt4naetl to Artltuore nnd
Outfielder HlakHy and Bender dis
posed of (Mo neanlltlpx.Otrd?bs"cty
.i r . n.l.M.ill.
We,too ,be poo, expwt,
,n ,.. . baseball team at Mus-
The Oklahoma City papers are com
plaining of the weakness of the Okla
homa City team at ihort nnd In the
Pattern sporting writes are figuring
Brooklyn to beat mttaburg la the na
tional league race this year.
Director Huff of the lllnlols univer
sity has accepted the management of
the I to urn American League team,
made meant by the suicide of "Chic"
"Parson" Franti of Hnld U one of
the atrongest pitcher on the Kamta
City team this year. He Is a brother
of Oklahoma's governor.
The American association
Dud lllslvy. formerly of Oklahoma
City, will manage the Fort Smith
lenm thU year. The player under
contract at Shawnee, will k to Fort
Smith, Imvlug been purchased by the
The- failure to organise the Oklaho
ma league, ha forced McAle.iter aim
Fort Smith Into the Kama league,
which is now- composed nt four Kan-
st towns, three Indian 'luiryory
towus and Fort Smith. Ark. Muskogee
may also be added to the circuit.
GENERAL SPORTING BREVITIES.
Hill Squire, the Australian cham
pion has reached San Franclcro Aft
er ii few days' rest will seek a match
1tli soimi of our fighters.
The athletes of Oklahoma's tchools
will hold a track meet in Norman
next Friday and Saturday.
The Kansas City l"ot Is the flrat
Southwestern newspaper to Issue a
.porting edition, having commenced
the Issue of n o'clock sporting ex-
Michigan has brosen away from the
' big nine, which controlled the atft
; lettc among the northern collegia,
1 George Sutton, tho American Ml-
C. M. Daniels, the American swim
ming champion, ha accepted the
challenge of H. C. Taylor, the cham
pion of Kngland. the match will take
place Sept. 10 In England.
. Mke (Tw,B) 8(lllV(lB ..,lonn
Mrtlody meet at a Angele. Tue.
. . at
C. K. 0. Billing, the millionaire
turfman, will dlnpose of hi racing
atable at. auction next month.
(Marge Gardner of Ixwcll. Mats.,
was knocked out at San lMego Friday
by Jaw Flyan of IHieblo. .
P.itsy MflParlnnd dufanted Kid
Ooodtnan cf He tea at Navrnior
Iowa, Ticslay tiigV In a ficrcu 15
round ba'Ue McKarland lad the best
uf tt.o fight fr.'Ui the art
Tommy OT"-'e beeted Ab. A'tell,
champion feather wela-ht. In their
flKht nt Philadelphia.
It Is reported In Chlcapro that luse.
the new mayor, v. Ill permit racing In
the Windy Ctty thl summer. Humors
are also current among the sporting
fraternity that boxing will alo bo
W. K Van lerbllf Malnetou ran
eond In the biennial race nt Parts
Northwe-tt League Opent.
Seattle. Vah, April 50 The play
ln reason of the new Northwestern
league opem-l this afternoon, with
Hutte in thl city. Spoken at Tocoma.
and Aberdeen at Vancouver. B. C .
and will continue for fire ami one half
months, closing early In October e-
at lie fan are enthusiastic over the
change from the Pacific Coast league,
despite the fact that the new league
I of a lower class and composed of
(mal!er town than those of the coat
mregatloii. Considerable Interest at-
laches to ths placing of a team In
Vancouver, whore there I eery pros
pect of liberal support by the British
Columbian fans. The team I man
aged by I "arte Wilson, formerly man
ager of Denver Western league and
San Francisco Ihirlflc Coast league
club. No Sunday game will be
played In Vancouver owing to the
operation uf the I.onl's dny act. so the
contest will be transferred to Helllng
bam and other nelKhborlng cltle In
American Fights Englishman.
I IMulan. Anril 50 lniinn Snort
are awaiting with keen anticipation
the arrival of Monday night, when
Albert IJeimont. the little Boston
bantamweight champion, will fight
Owen Moran. of Birmingham, for the
world's bantam-weight chnmplonshlp.
The battle will take place before the
National Sporting Cluli. which has
offered a substantial purse. Deltnon'.
has been training for the fray at th.
Coach and Iloraes Inn. at Wllladen,
a quiet little place leu miles from I -on
don. Many famous fighters have
trained there. Including Peter Jack
son. The little Yankee in In fine trim
and his manager, Jim McQuillan, ns
torts lils wllllnRtiPSH to hack him for
any nmotiut of money.
A preliminary 'tbnt Is attracting al
most as much attention ns the main
event is the battle between Sam I-ang
ford, the Boston colored welterweight,
nnd Tiger Smith. The National
Sporting chili ha Iiuiik up a 11.00)
purse for this bout, which wilt take
place Immediately preceding the Di-1
mout-Moran encounter. Smith was re
cently defeated by Gunner Molr for
the heavyweight championship of Kng
land. He was formerly n soldier In
India and became the undisputed
heavyweight champion of the British
army, the ferocity ho displayed In hi
battle earning for him the sobriquet
of "Tiger." Since his defeat at the
hand of Molr it I generally belleveO
that Smith ha lot bis man-eating 1
proclivities and that he will le nn
easy xlt-tlm for the American negro
a nkford has made a good record for
himself In America, havlnc wliliiin-.!
Ijtrry Temple nnd Young Pi ter Jack
son and stood up fifteen round liefore
Jack Johnson If he defeats Smith,
as U confidently expected he will. It I
probable a match will be arranged for
him with duuner Moir. Itnkford came
to Kngland In the guise of Delmont's
trainer, but It teems that before he
returns he I likely to polUh off
few- of the heavyweight asplrauta of
North Texas League.
At the meeting of the directors of
the North Texas Baseball league in
Terrell Monday a schedule of gautci.
for the first series of shty jay wa
The first series begins April 30 nnd
terminates June 29, Pari Rrevinllle,
Terrell and Corslcana playing three.
consecutive . ames In each clt on al
The regular umpires elect I art
ll. C. Ryan and II- W Oalbreab who
will officiate at each city . tr.i,ling
independently of the clut. Th,, mi!-
atliute umpire are J. K KJen. Cotl
enna; W. J. Newcomb Jr. Tirn-11
Douglass King, Oreenvllle. nnd L. i
White, Pari. The official scorers an
Sidney Storey. Corslcana, Fr.-d M.i.
seugtll, Terrell; Wilbur Duck. Groin
llle, aud James Record. Paris.
ll was agrettd that the uniform a I
mission should be 25 cents entrant.,
and ii ceutr for the grand-tan 1
children under 12 at half price K.ic!
club Is to eercle It own pleasur- In
regard to the admission fees f
The salary limit fixed by the con
stltuUc I WOO per month i'or cah
club, and tb manager reported lh.-tr
tnittv practically completed with
high clan matcral. the opinion being j
that the team a e eP balanced and
qUal,fled to ji ay evenly mate hid
The ord was v- r. to set down U
harl practice and hae the mm in
perfect condition for the t-p- t.ms
gamtri April SB. Cdrstcana opens a
Terrell and Paris open at Greenville
on that date.
This May Interest You.
No one is Immune from Kidney
trouble, s lust remember that Fole'! i
Kidney Cure will stop the Irregular-
itlcs and cure any case of Kidney and
biadder trouble that Is not be ond the
reach of medicine Hoffman Drue O j
ana t.uj urug store.
Lovers Die TogeWer.
Sprlngwood. Va, April :o. stew-
art C. (lay, 19 jears of age, and lls
Mabel Pendletvn. 17 years of ap
committed suicide today by leaping
from the suspension brldgo across
Jackson river at t nfton Forge. Thoy I
startej last night for Washington to I
be married, but were Intercepted nt
Staunton and brought back to Clifton
Forge, flay was a sun of Conductor
Charles Oay of the Chesapeake huh
Ohio railroad. Mils Pendelton was
formerly from Buckingham
and highly connected.
Kverybody known that Spring 1;
the season of the year when the sys
tern needs a cleansing. Dade's I Jttle
Liver Pills aro hlguly recommended 1
Try them. Sold by City Drug Store I
Yellow Pine Experiments.
Iwton. Ok., April 10. An inter-
estlng experiment is being conduct-
eit In planting pines In tho Wichita
National Forest In Southwest Oklaho-
mn. Uist April n thousand )Ciio
pines from four to six Inches tall
wero planted In the Wichita Moun-
tAlM. From SO to S5 per cent of
Two thousand more are to be plant-
oil In the Wichita National Forest
this spring, and if the season's ex-
pertinent meets with equal success
large plantations nre to be irieu. u
Is possible n large foreut nursery
may bo established there for produc
ing stock for planting ns Boon as the
feasibility of the project Is si-Uled.
Two small oxperlmentnl nurseries are
being established this spring In which
will be planted a number ot varieties
In pine and other tree seeds.
Work wonitern. It pnxluce hilr lout
nurelr m ralo ami n -nfthtDe produce rrnp
It umUuce a thick irrowih nf luxuriant
balr whon all other remnllra tall Wntuir-
anten IHn.lerlne. All ilrticci"t pell it. c,
Wo an.1 l.iu tier Pottle. T,i prove II. worth.
emi this a-l with locenta In tvjip ornllver
ml wn will mall you a larje free ample.
White and Black Married.
Bochester, N. Y., April 20. Bcv
W. F. Coffey, pastor ot .-.n African
church at Olenn, N. Y., was arrested
Inst night on the charge of unlaw fully
marrying Arthur Jones, colored, ami
Dora Hitchcock, white. Coffey was
held for the grand Jury In the sum
Fred Hitchcock, the father of the
girl, nnd Arthur Jones, to wuom biik
was married, were arrested and ar
raigned before Justlco Charles ("al
ter of Board ', nvllle. They pleaded
not guilty. A nr. trial will be given
Tho arrests wero made at the in
stance of the Society for PrevenMon
of Cruelty to Children,
Caught Cold Vhlle Hunting a Burglar.
Mr. Wm. Ttioj. I.anorg.in. provln
clal constable at Chaploau, Ontarl
fays: "I caught a sovero cold while
hunting a burglar Is the forest swan;,
last fall. Hi-arlng of Cham'ier'a ns
Cough Remedy, I tried it, and af'er
using two snnll bottles, l was com
llotely cured " Thin remedy is In
tended especially for coughs and olds
It will loosen and relievo a severe
cold In less time than by any other
tteolment nnd Is a favorite whr-rover
It. superior excellence has bjcim
known. For sale by F. J. Ramsey, W.
B Frame, Ardmore Drug Co., Bonner
Salvation Army Meeting.
Tho Salvation Array conducts ev
ery night In their ball, one-half block
south on Washington street (tho old
Sunday school at 10 30 a.m.
Free and eay meeting at 3 3) p.
Cordial InvltaMon to all
Subscribe f- r The Ardmnrelte,
CONTA NS 1-ONEY AND TAR
Rlesi C is by w.-V-jlhem
Cutcf t"; ry,.t fr;jj-- a cricuj
and heait: y a., -n cf t: a bowel.
Re!.sve C: by cleir.ti's the
mucous rre-r.t:ri-c cf tho Liroit,
chest and brcrc.il tubev
"As pleasant to the lasts
as Maple Sugar"
Bold by Hoffmtn Drug Co.
L DtCKKRMVN J M.BmRKELUEYER
DICKERMAN & CO.
We lnsk apeclilty Of
Furnt.ee Heattimj, Gin r.nd Mill Snctiom
Blow Plpei and Heavy Sheet Metal WorK
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKETS
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKETS.
cholcs, per box 11.35
Fan j 6))
I No. 1 Lady Wasklngtoni
j j;0i j tjmai , , (
if, - 0 i jjlackeyo
i jjo. 1 Pinks ... ,
Arlmrltln . ticn
standard bulk roasted coffee ..14H i
Peaberry Boasted 17 Vi :
1 5 pound Oat -. HI)
Dr. Price's Celery Focd 2.85
2 pound Oats ..1 2.76
Cream of Wheat 1.50
PllUbjry' Vltos 4.25
Pints choicest (4.50
Standard, i itoz. per doz 1.25
1 Long Horn's Wisconsin Full
Daisies Wisconsin Full Cream ...18V
Y. F. Peaches (stmdard) 3175
Y. F. Peaches (blgn grade) 2.C5
W. H. Peaches (stand-ud) 1 85
W. H. Pczchcs (high grade) .... 1.85
'V. H, Peaches (high grade) 2.60
S pound Kraut (high grado) 1.05
3 pound Pumpkin (high grade).. 95
3 pound Tomatoes (high grade).. 1.45
3 pound Tomatoes (standard).... 1.30
2 pound corn (high grade) 1.10
2 pound corn (standard)
, Mnneo rncaia.
U pound Vienna Sausage 90
1 ,, . ,. , ,
U pound assorted meat 60
1 pound corned beef 1.35
i til IJ
All sizes, all Binds.
T. H. KEARNEY.
ARDMORE RACK LINE
L E. FLY NT, Prop.
Hack leaves for Healdton at
C :0 a in.
Hark 1. .ms fur Klk at 7 i
DlreC connection with all In
land tr? west uf Ardmore
Leave all bundles at Xoh!o
J. L. WILSON.
FREIGHT, TRANSFER AND
i ... . .1 nnnr. z
G LX I
lH-oi light weight 85
Columbia IUter (bct)
Columbia Hirer (standard)
Alaska Pink 1.36
Alaska Bed 1.50
Apricots (choice) 15c
Currants, IS loi c
.10 pound pall 38
5 pound crates, per dozen 12.50
' Standard 10Kc
'High Grade 12V&C
Bacon Extras 11 Vic
Bologna In oil per lb 7 He
25 1 pound 7V&C
Dry Salt Kxttas lu
Tennessee Sorghum 32
Corn Syrup Ti
Colorado Pearla 'J5
Best Head GVc
Y C 5.00
Powdered and Cutloaf 7. BO
Kansas, barrels Z1.S5
Michigan, barrcla 2.00
Faultless, large $4.76
Faultless, small 2.50
Coffee not so firm aa It has been.
New- York market declined this week
lalf a cent.
Sugar has taken an upward turn and
dealers keeping good stocks on band.
Use Kennedy's Laxatlvo Cough
Syrup, Children llko Its pleasant
taste. Contains no opatos, but drives
tho cold out through tho bowels.
Made In conformity to Pure Food and
Drugs Law- Recommended nnd sold
by Hoffman Drug Co.
Wo liave opened a Meat Mar
net on West Main Street, next
to H 'lTman's store and will al
ways carry a full supply of
fresh meats. We will kindly
appreciate a share of your
patronage. Delivery made to
all parts of the city.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
of the Condition of
The afdmore National Bank
AT ARDMORC, IND. TER . AT TUB CLOSB
OK HUSI.NESS. MAR. 1917.
U S. Ilonds
Stocks, Securities, Etc.
Capital Stock paid In. ...1100,000.00
Surplus and Prcflts 40,021.1 J
Depo--lU ; 297.1C3.0O
No better Index to tho urowth of Ard
more can be fouud than Is reflected
In tho constant and steady Increase
In the deposits of tho Ardmore Na
LEE CRUCE, PresIdenL
Q W STUART. Cashier.
HOUSE CLEANINu TIME.
Ladles, hcuse c'eanlng time Is clos
st hand. Get new pictures ana maxe
the walls look rt -w again. Come and
look our stock over before It gets
broken We I ave some good bar
3-24-tf DROWN 4. DRIDGMAN.
A girl that dcisn't get married can
make evorybody believe she Is glad
.of It but herself.
No. 42 learo 6:05 a.m.
No. 44 leave 1:16 n.m.
No. 43 arrive 9:60 a. m
No. 41 arrive 7:60 u.m
So. 10 lean 2:35 n.m.
No. 9 arrives 1:15 p. tn.
No. E i 4:20a.m.
No. 17 4:20 p.m.
No. 19 12:35 p.m.
No. $ 12:60a.m.
No. IS 11:66 a. m.
No. 20 6:35 p.m.
We shall not hi rtiiponslblo If nny
person takes nny but the genuine.
Foloy's Honey nnd Tar for coughs and
colds. Imitations aro worthless and
may contain opiates. Tho gennlnu
Foley's Honey and Tnr In tho yellow
package contains no opiates nnd Is
Bafo nnd mire. Hoffman Drug Co. and
City Drug Store.
The (real Temper aocc Driok
Iivory boltlo iniulo in con
formity to tlus law.
A fuvorito buverago vtli
Gives absolute satisfaction
to every dealer
Send your orders to
Mgr. New State Brewing Assn.
Just received a big stock of Herrlck
Befrlgeratora, tho vory best made on
earth. Any kind of old goods taken
In exchange or on easy payments.
G. P. HALL
At Texas Wagon Yard.
Phone 366. 325 Caddo St.
for Electrical Supllcs of All Kinds.
Fixtures, Shades and Hlgh-Orade
Got ono ot thoso stand lamps and
savo your oyes.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
A. A. H0LC0MB
Postal Telegraph Btdg,
North Washington Street. Phone 841
In tho United States Court In tho
ndlan Territory, Southern District.
Emma M. Humphreys, plaintiff, vs.
Will Humphreys, defendant.
Tho defendant. Will Humphreys,
s warned to appear In this court In
thirty days and answer tho complaint
ot tho plaintiff, Emma Humphreys.
Witness the Hon. Hosea Townsend.
ml g0 ot sold court, and tho seal
thi ioof. this 19th day of March. 1907.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
By W. S. CROCKETT, Deputy.
G. H. Montgomery, Attorney.
Attorney for nonTesldcnt, Brown
First published March 19, 1907.
FRIEND to FRIEND
The personal recommendations"?!
people who havo beon cured of
ccugha and colds by Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy have done more than
all else to tnako It a staplo article
of trade and commerce orer a large
part of tho civilized world.