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A dn c e Wednesday August
THE DAILY ARDMOREI 'E.
Beautiful and exqui
sitc work m a ns h 1 p,
our solid silver table
wear h i n d e v d a
unique creation of
the silversmith's art.
and cannot but prove
a desirable addition
to the best appoint
No Trouble lo Show
Waller C. Dean
tlKE WATCH REPAIRING
KicR Yourself !
Jones bouqlit his phono-,at
graph months ago on the
easy payment plan.
Smith got his yesterday and
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I'UIU lcl.Tll. 1 UUil) IIU If
marked to Jones:
"What a fool I was to lose I
those months of milSlC and i
tun, say Jones please kick
Come and hear the lulison
Phonograph and Victor Talk-
illg machine and ask about
our easy payment plan.
, niiinbera of sorrowing frietlda. A lirotli
We Mi to .innounce that we have I or from Hrownwood. T xaa. waa th(
opined law oIIIcom In Ardmoro. am 'only relative piosont. To the aorrow
have come to make this city our home ; lug parents, sinter and brother, tho'
in the future. We are temporarily lo- t friends extend .leartfelt amputhy.
cated at No. Ill Noble building, but on
September 1 nt will locate permanently
ill the Campbell & Cruce building, No.
15 Went Main street, where we will
eimtlnno In tho general practice of
We are anxious to get acquainted
with the people of Ardmoro and lcin
Ity. and a visit to our offices will al-
ways be welcomed, whether on busl
neea or otherwise. Come and sco us
McVlOAD & AM. ICS'.
AVII.l.IAM H. MpNUAI
JOHN T. AI.I.KN
Active at 87.
Thla would bo umiaual new if nut,
and women would keep 1 i . 1 . -free
from rheumatism and all ache
and pains aa well as keeping their
muscles and Joints limber with Hal
lnrd's Snow I.lnlmeiM. Sold b T. .1
MiibIc each evening this week at
The Arcade. fi-tt
Watch lor Opening of
Priday, August 7th
Everything nec. Plenty
of fans and ice water for
The Dlue and the Gray or
tho Days of "61
and Kip Van Winkle.
v PICK UPS HERE AND THERE.
1 1 11 .1 in I. in ii", n il yours, !
H'-wl't. . came demented and kai :a
h n to tlx- Insane asylum tu Nomina
! Deputy latndrom.
I Id- txamlnlng trial of Joe attil Will
Holi' i son. who are In JmII chargiil with
the killing of Hrnest Pljler Mottdat
owning hi the fire Mutton, will be
hi Id before .tuilpo .Maaoti. The CAM
would have. Ik on tried Thursday hut
Joe Itohoraon'a wound In too aovero for
i rln 1 to ho hml. Dr. AIM. tho county
.h alolan, slated thin morning thnt hU
patient would be sbb to attend court
W K. Mol.oinoro came In from Leon
vtstcrduy evening. Ho aava thnt Itoh-
it Thompson who was ahot last work
bv George Mmitwci: li Mill living mid
Mint I More hiv (food prospecta of bin
rtenvorv. Thompson wit chargou
with iliMtnliinic tho pence and Ooul
well, a deputy sheriff, shot him !
attempting to nrrest him. Ilontwcii
was h leaned under u bond of $2ta m
nwnll the result of the shooting.
Charles Heritor has leased tho
building formerly oroupleil by Pcic
Malavansos and will conduct a meat
market In It. Mr. Kenwr conducted
a market hen: for a tiiitnher of oa s
and haa many customers in the city.
M1- lliirtun of Hope. Ark., who Ik
li'ic visiting with her n.'ece, Mra. V.
H SihldKe. la quite sic. Mra. Mar
tini la 7." yours of ago and her Ill
ness may become. nkirinlng.
Cnpt. lltitchlna tucolvoil a wire to
day Mating that Capt. King and Ma J.
'lllaok of tho regular arm. stationed
l'ort S1"- " 111 ftrr,v' t,Mm,r,ow
ormxin and the coiuimiiy will undorRO
full luapectlon and drill. All
After ! bora must nuawcr lo roll call.
,h" nuainos the visiting oiiicora win
',0 g'leata of tho commissioned olll-
1 cera of Company (J.
''" vouk moxhv whm. it
earns you something and whero the
aiate guarantees. Ha return when you
want It. The Ardmoro State Hank of-
a you thla oppoituulty. 1-1 lit
Funeral of Ernest Plyler.
Th" fiin.-ritl nf th. IjiIi. 1-Vneaf Plv.
.,. vm aftonioll Rt lhl
home of Mm. .loiinn.-ltii'eris on south i
Mill btreet. with I lev. .1. M. Oman or-
liclatliiK- Tin ro waa a large attend
ance ami the- many floral olferlnga at
t teatcd tho high eateeni in which the
; young man waa hold. Aa a tribute o
roapect the band and the member ot
' the Hro company In rull uniform fo!
t lowed the remains to Hoae Hill ceme
tery where they wero Interred amid
That's tho name of tho best flour
aold In Ardmore.
A $2; Rnnmel-Lined
iSnilltarV Colcl W.IVC
R. A. Jones' Big
V fn rhoiis who h.no not
'ii 1 ' Ik ir accounts wi ll us
i the 7th of this month will
no long' r be considered credit
. (ustonii-rs of ours. Wo have
be u prompt to deliver you gro-
(i mis. we have sent to ..our ta-
bio :he best tho market afford-
ed Some of you ,nro behind
with i our bills, In fact you are
fo far lichlnd that we must
stop making deliveries or ruin
1 our own credit Now as man to
man wo ask you to come nnd
make settlement of your gro-
cf-rv lull Pnloss you luve paid
by the 7th please do not ask
us to send out onr orders.
This rule will apply to ovry
I i PKUCKK. tho Cirocer.
I.. K ' il. i
M .- I U li ,
spending it low il.i.-
Asaistant Attoinej Ootietal Hen
thaw of Madlll is In i he city today. j
Mia. U'na V. fvonner and grandson
t'Vitaitm Itoniti r returned to (luthrlc
today after a plmaatit Vtatt with Mr.
and Mra. Kiank Ikmu. r and Dr. ami
Mra. W. I. t-Vlamii.
Col. tMdlie.v rilgfta went to Middle
berg loday to at lend Die big lot aalu
I hern tomorrow.
.Mr. I'lyler of llrownwood, Texna,
cmno on the iumiu train to attend the
funotfll enlcoa of hla brother, Hr
.Mr. Ady and ann of Hewitt an1
In tho city.
Mr. llynumof Hewitt la In the i.l:.
Mra. ClmrUa Smith Mid chltdnn
Jennie lrf'o and Clureui'e, have return
d from a pieaaatit vtatt to th Sm
Mra lletgh of M.iyasllli- i- in tht,
city the guest or lar latin Julm
.Mra. J. A. Madden and rhlldrcn le:t
Mat night tor Monieagb, lenn.. :..
apend the remainder or tie' M-naou
Kirk Dyre of Nebraaka who I
been a jPioMi'tipi in the city (or ,i
we. K. lilt on the noon train for 1 1. .
S. 8. Dolman U tranaactlug luiHinevs 1
In Durum today.
Abi Uvana ia in ltomar on bttaluca
Mra. h. .M. Murdock has rotnriieo J
from a very aucceartil trip In north ,
Joliu 1.. Slmpaoit returned to hla
borne hi Gulneavlllu tixlay.
T. H. Cathey returned from Wichita,
Kanaaa, Tueailay, where bo hna been
In the aaultariittu. Mr. Cathey la much
Improved and aputka in glowing torina
of that Inxtitution.
t". H. W'ililania haa gono to San An
lonlo to buy cotton. Tho crop in tha.
atatola twomontiia earlier tlTaii uaui.l
W. H. Utly, who haa been the guea.
oi iiib iiaiiKiiior, mv. unaa. Kertp r.
rotiirnod lo ..la home In Kort Worth
C. H. Kralcy la in Marietta on bin
IM .liirvla haa retiirniM from l',.r
Worth mid Mineral Wella.
I X. Turnian r turnml Tue-d.n
from an outing near I'lmiion. he n
porta it splendid
tltno ami a flue
catch of flah.
1:. r. i raniptoit or Ontebo la In thJ
ciry transacting business.
C. H. Ilee, xpert rato man of the
corporation, returned to C.uthrle today,
lie w.ib much pleated with the ma
jority Carter county gavo Clnimlaaloii
h. Johnaoit of Klk wnt In the elty
today and roports cattle and cropa do
.lolin Mnlkey Is In tho city today
W. B. MeI.euiore la hero today front
Oeoi-ge l.owry Is In tho city from
T. .1. Pollock of Rneed la an Ard
P. W. Plshm- Ik horo today from
C. K. Itoyor. a niuclimau from noar
Davis, Is an Ardmoro visitor.
J. It. Hondrlv, superintendent of
Itloomficld Hunilnary, is In the city
looking after the lulerosta of his
Mis, 'iraee Spatildlng has rotiirnod
from a delightful vlall with Mra.
K.. r o'ltrleti at Ruaaet.
Mirs HdiKi Thomaa, Htenognipher
In the odlco of tho supervisor of
,i I. mis fur the Clilckaauw nation, hna
-ir ne I from a visit to her homo
l.i ! iilson.
' 11. Davenport of Glenn waa an
t Nidnio'e visitor today.
! OeorKo i-jvnna of Newport la In tho
I i i'V
' (i N. Jackson nnd T. S. Hunts of
I Sin-, d are vlaltora In tho city.
Praek Kamaoy ta hero today from
J H. Jones of Ivollan It ainnug the
i Isltois In the city.
V. A. Nelaon of Oklulioma City
transacted huMnosH In Ardmoro to
day. Misses HIakle Jones and Sadie
(iasklns returned yeatonlay fiom
Knoxvlllo, Tenn.. iwhero tlioy have
becji, ntto-ndliig tho Pnlveriilty of
John A. Wlmberly of Pawhuska
was a business visitor In, tho city
Miss Itllsa Corlow, Mrs. J. f. Mur
phy and MIssph Thaillo and Kdnn
Jamea returned yeaterday from Mar.
lotta, whero they wont to attend a
Iniiiso pirty given, by Miss Kddleman.
Mrs. T. M. Walton of Hugo Is visit,
'lug her daughter. Mrs. Paul Ilean.
Sho was called hero by tho serious
Illness of Mrs. Dean's little son, who
ts now a poued Improving
WHAT CAN BE DONE BY
ONE HUSTLING WOMAN
.v.di.iio h.ta as l ." t
inn otie of the mom Itn
I era In tbe old Chick. i n m: ,.n
woman a mero unman . (imui(.) wo
tiian with the oKl t.i- n.-.i w.r
one who mftkoa Ui. be--' if imi m;
nation and ne-r conu-l ui.n nt that
which jm wrong. Mm Kite tiltrnu
of nnet haa inori Inm m -lie riie
than any otbir farmer in u,
try. H r laud la located m :iu- w.i-h
ita boiioin. It la ferti! ,i- i
floor ami la Iti a fine .,!. .f r i
don. She rataou corn, cotton, fm.t
birrlea, and haa a bog raucli. a room
ranch, and a fine lot or lmrxea. nniie
aml rattle. On her fur in are i:,o (teres
In apploa, .SO Hcra 111 peaehea ami
thia fall ahe will put so aorea more
tu peachoa. Krom one acie of atraw
herrtcH laat year ahe ro.ill7.-d $.i"l.5o
ami iIiIk Mar n?ie had i'iko p but
tbe 1'iu'vlii- r.iiu a: -I li 1 I 111 1 1
tin- ( ii' The ItocK I - mil tui it
1 .1 1. .ul ' U):li In 1 . il
'ii, fai t '
GOMPERS TOOK PART IN
FRANKLIN SKEEN FIGHT
Mtaa Kate K.iin.u.i
Iotl?r of charities mil 1 '
wng In tho city today en m
Madlll to Oklahoma City S'- was
dellgliteil with the olectlon returns
from Johnston and Murray counties.
Tho labnr forces of tho state had be
come Interested In the light for the
slate aeiuite but ween Prniikllii of Ma
dlll and Skceit of Wapaniicku. The
light was not made so much on Skeen
as on Hill Murray. Murray won the
friendship of Miaa Barnard In, the con
stltutloanl convention, but he incurred
her III will in tho legislature, and
they had a little tilt In the house
on- day. Miss Barnard aaserted that
Murray wna not ao friendly lo log!.
latlon that her department of tbe
state wanted and Miss Barnard,
backed by the federated labor forces
of the atnte, waged war on Mnrrav.
Pnlon labnr waa frUuully to Prank
lln and Murray was lighting Prank
Hi), hence the activity of federated
labor In I'ranklln'a behalf.
Polo Hanrattv. a miner, .11 ml chair
man of the Joint leglalatlv board,
went to tbe district and met Murrav
In Joint discussion. Mis Barnard
mndo live speechea Ini the district,
0110 of which was In TNhomlngo.
vhoro for an hour anil twenty min
utes aho scored Murray and chal
longed him to answer her. Slate
Chalrmatii IWiwonnnn and Secrotarv
J. I.uthor I.ungston was In the district
Nitlonnl P11 sub nt Gompera sont hla
Btnlo organize--, Henry M. Walker ol
M Hcno Into the dlatrlct to fight for
Prauklln and agalnat Murniv. The
light naaumed national Imimrtancc
far na organlr-d labor w?a concerned.
Mlsa Itarnfltd said till 4 was 'he tiri-t
occasion she had ovor had to light
nny man, tho meiu Riie aalu bad al
ways been hpr friend. On account
of the courtesies- Murray showed lie
in tho constitutional convention sh
regretted to war with him and would
not have dene ao had there not been
Involved a great principle, the prin
ciple of Jusilce and humanity. She
aayg that Murray's powerful Intellect
and Influence has been brought to
hoar to exterminate tho two depart
ments of state, labor and charities
In speaking further the llttlo woman
"If at any future time Dill becomis
personally hungry or Ftand- In notd
II . i i ! i 1 1 1
pi 'ii i'iinmli- mi
.ilnl i i m of the po - i
.li (or In r .. i
, hi r pili t (Ida week MN- .
I dtlig ot i In- clt. I lie in.).
attend d to the atuck and
li. 1 i i fir . lent jHw-i '
worn i) .Jeieii elghthx It li
i't;V!i I 'd'.in nhe ha-- n-i
l;i. - i' Indian. Nit .1 1
. .i '1 rinliCK oi '-
. Hi .
win iU cnr wlil mak' from
... in mi iiiirheSa to the acre although
aonie ol i"!'arly crop will not yield
tiMiro ihan :t0 bnthela.
Mr Dliritn wna here today rhop
plug. She Is roparing to go to New
V01 1, Cl.y :o vliil t with her aoit who
' the chief man In a largo uiiioin.
factorv. She will be lu re one
V iml.n 011 her win. She will no I
1 ' ot si Louis .mil NuiKiiiii Pall-
li 1 . 1 l ei t il Yolk before ;.lnl j
t 1 ii.-mi li 1I1, ii- this soar
l or in 1 a-' In
.1 ml 1 Inldn 11 iii-i i
tiotnl1 '" ,"' i-wifn r to
v( Jtli.ir rihciie, but I am compelled to
ll-iit in tills inslniM'c for the reason
that Ili!!'a powerful Inllueiice lias
boon used in 1111 attempt to crush the
IKMir and lowly."
Tisliey Plnley, through her ntto:
my . Sam. i:. Ilutler. has hied suit
against her husband, II. M. I'lnlii
.She allegea cruelty, abuse and ban
doiiment. Thu plaintllf prajs the
court for absolute divorce, tor the
possession of tho property they own
ami lor alimony In, tho mm or L'U a
month. A reKtralnlug order has been
Issued iii tho caso 1 entraining Plnle
from dtsposltK; of any of his propirt
tintll tho ciifco la tried.
A transcript of Judgnniii tio-n
Judge Wlnfroy'a court was llbd In
tint district clerk'a olllce n,dav Tio
Jtldginent ia for $11'. 52 and is against
fieorgo Mclaughlin lit. favor ot tie'
II ldson lluston l.umlier eomi .nn
WANTKD- Cohnd girl fm . m iu
housework. Apply, Mrs I
Han old. v::
Tak- Kodol whenever ou foil tha
you need It. Tha' Is the 01.lv "tno von
nei d o 'take Kodol. .Inst when von
nei t it; tlnn oii '! not be troll
bled with Miiir stomach In Ii IiIhk ga.s
011 the stom.iiii. ii sold 1 1 v W It
That a tho name of the bust flour
is I sold In Ardmore,
j ' Cochran and ('has W
'r Marotta are in the iltv.
It requires cash tu earrv on
our business ami all persons
who have not paid their kio
cer accounts by the 10th of 'bis
month will not be carried on
credit any longer. Wo say this
with good feeling towaril all It
is a matter of business with us
We have glv n ou good aei vice
and are entitled to our pay.
P. h. MAIIT1W the Grocer
XjlnM liolfj. Mo more
dioiri( II you buy
r 1 1 1 k i 1
I ' s 1 I. K t
II . '. . ' t '
in si 1 t H u 1
F A R M
lti',i'tni tu i an 1: ('.irD-r i-oiiitty mi Uu1 ni'.xt ''
ila nt r( i )l ,'iiii.tlly low r.itois. AltHdluU'ly tin
best Itian proniMi h 111 in Hit' sUtc. Will lonn on
DMA I) ClwM.MS with approved t'tlt;. I lo my
nun insprciioii iitul tho iiKitn-y will ho roinly as
s.nin ns the n j'rs nrt i'x' utivl. If inti'rt'sti'il it
s ill pay you to .
Cr i: o .
Kouiii 1 Wlii'i'lor iiiuldin.
DRICK MEN HERE.
InvesticjatiiHj Deposits of Shale nnd
('. II ('Ii veland of lliiinliolil:. Kan,
and C. C. Piamplon of (iotelHi, Okla.,
tare III the elty lo UUIKO lllMKIIRIl-
!tion with reieionce to pintlnK In a
! brick plant hero. Theae geiitlenieu
' aie not pleased with the price naked
for gas. They are burning :t-cent
na-t In Kansas and thev are fiMiful
tli.it they caniiiit compete with other
' ti, ns when they have to pav l
ei nts for gna.
j I low ever, they will remain here no
nl i lie v havo Ihoiotlghlv esanilned
di's -mil ti. Held. They went out ulth Inter
an thine parties thla afternoon and In-
1 vesilnatod some depoalta of elav
, ,-. stal(, rbat the l h s 1,0 bit
,,.r atii where than In n Tin
Water tillers save tloetur bill. I'orcli shades all
sizes. Kefrifierators r'w nnd second hand.
I'Veei'rs, all sizes. We swuji new roods of all
kinds for any old tiiiiif;. at d rent, repair, pack,
crate, store and ship all kinds of household roods.
No rents to pay. Free delivery wagon. PhotieilOti
P. II A L I.
IMiitiest Hoii.seliold Furniture Store in Okliihoiiui
V. s. ,V m'II inmitif.' furnaci'S and iliareial
N H V..iy payments to newly married people.
For 30 Days
we, will sell all fresh Canned
Fruits in our stock at exact cost.
Very close prices will be made
on all groceries for these thirty
days. Phone us or come to our
Store nnd fjet prices.
West Main St
I, A X S
F I S II
A i iluiuri', (Jltla.
that more liiiilillim h hi iininid.io
irosiect hero than In any othi r pl.i
In the atate, and the) ate .n ,1
pleased w ith Ardmoro.
The chaiicim are tiiat tin si-
will locate horo, but nothing dell
can be ataled yet. They bavi mom
to put in their plant and ai"
for no liontis and are trlug
Is the only way to describe the Juki
child thai Is afflicted with ur :
No mat tor bow much or how ofi 1
It eata. the worma get all Hie 111
lahmeiit from the food, the child gi '
Iiractlcally none. White's C c 11
Vermifuge geta rid of the worm
ipilcklv. easllv and with no bad af' r
effects Price L'.'i cents a bottle Si 'd
In P .1 Ramsey
1'lcntv of barbed wire at Illvetis,
Corhn and PrenslciK
UP CADDO STREET
irr f iiTitii i