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Ardmcre. Wednesday, August 5, 190ft
THE DAILY AnDMOMUT.
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MISS NELL NOLEN,
Ofnri Whlttlngton Hotel. ...
Ii, C. Pottorf. B. A. Walker.
POTTERF A. WALKER,
Attnrne.vs mill Counselors At Iaw
jRtncs K liiitnphie.v T N Itiibiii U
HUMPHREY & ROBNETT,
Attorneys At Law.
Rooms 2, A, 0 and s, Pcnnington-Slnis
I itt 1 til ti ft. Aidtnoro.
Also h.uc olnco nt Muskogee.
WILLIAM W. WRIGHT,
Formerly With Dawes Commission.
Cc Jpist, Citizenship Cases and other
matters befote the Interior De
Offices Washington Loan A
Washington, D. C. J
R. F. TUF.NER
Attorney At Law
Careful nnd painstaking attention glv
en to All Matters Intrusted to ino i
Office Rooms y & 11 Wheolor llldg
Office phono 213; lies, phono 773. 1
Chas. J. Kapp'er. Chas. II. Merllllnt
Compiler "Indlm Active Court
Laws and Treutlen" Practitioner.
KAPPLER & MEniLLAT,
Attorney and Counselors at Law
Practlfo before all Courts; On-Fret-s.
Government departments and
Commission. Indian Cases a spo
ctal'y. Office, Ilond Hld'g, Washington D. C
M. F. WINFREY
Attorney at Law.
Justice of the Peace Notary Public
Itooins U and 10, Noble Hltlg.
Phones: Ilcsl S3C blue. Olllco 106
FREDERICK P. VON KELLCR, M. D.
Surgery, Eye, Ear, Nose and Thraat
Eyes accurately fitted with OIum.
'Phones: Offlc 146, ReildeMe 41.
Drs. von Keller, Hardy 4 Henry.
Modem equipment for tho scientific
treatment of all surgical cases.
Trained nurses In attendances.
W. M. ANDtHSON
Office: Sml h's 1.1 very Parn.
Undertaking and Embalmln
North Washington St.
Phones 341 nod 433.
W. A. TACKETT
Office in Slms-Pennlngton nulldJm
HoFldcnce Phono 170 IHue.
nfrten i1 170 .e
I. W. F0LS0M, M.)).
Over 30 years experience In ma
laria and Its complications, hemor
rholdi (piles), rheumatism, cancerous
conditions, venerlal dlBcaBcs, nervous
affections nnd diseases of this all
mate. Ofllce Phone 16.
Resldcnco Phono 12S, red.
Loaves ( lobtirno Kver Night.
Vncntlon fares very low this year to
Colorado, Califoriilii (ind
Grout I, tike Kciilon
llnre meals en route
Wriii- torMi'ioi"! li'MiKli'ii
W s kieiian I' iiaiveoiion
.Soils insurance of the quality
kind. 10, 15 anil 20 payment
life, ordinary life anil annuity
policies, Two liberal options
after tho Mh year. Hotli wo
inon am) men admitted.
M. B. WHEELER,
Room 6, 8lm-Pennlngton Bldg.
t ,inli . wi y i v
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! V WTKD
' I' 1.111(1
To bu.v .
t iow .
Mi d 1"I'
Ht I I " H lit
WANTED To loan money on city or
country iiroprrty at 0 per cent In
terest. M. Ij. Alexander. 5-1 in
TITaVKMNO 7tHI'ltl5SKNTATIVi: for
high grail... article desires evpor
leueed solicitor sir assistant. C. H.
PANC, (Jen. Del., Ardmore 3-3t
WANTED--All real estate and land
tiien to know that The Aidlllori'llo
has In aroek the new form for Re
moval of Restriction. .Mall order
SAI.ES.MKN AND A HUNTS J $ t $
$"0.(10 kt week nnd over can be
lunde selling New- Campaign Nov-
It lea from iwiw until c'crhnii. fli-'i.
to Stores, County F'rs, Pit tiles ,n,d
Private FamUlo. 'Vii.d.te I In,, i.f
.iniples, chaigcs (. .i. ! for .vie
Order lolay. CII! WOO NOVELTY
Co., 00 WitbHih Av., Chicago.
AGENTS WANTED 1 want an
.gent In every town In Oklahoma to
hnnille the neatest llryan anil
Taft fob anil buttons ever put on.
Hustling fellows PHiti make $5 to f 10
per day. Exclusive right to you.
Dandy teller for our coming pic
lie, and good profit. To avoid reck
ess agont n siunplo will be sent
.or 15 cents of ellher candidate,
ir of both 2." cents. Write for urn
pleg and prices today. C. S. Mooro.
Norman. Okln. 200
KOIt .SALE A Chl-kasaw
i stock. Apply Follv .1. King.
I'Olt SALE At a liargaln. lot In Mo
I.IhIi Hililltlon. Phone His red. or
Mis. 11. ('. Pender.
iwutml A Vi
I'Oil SALE OR WIU. TRADE for
Ardiuoro real estate or farm land
In Carter county. 1 1 lota In North
Highland addition, Oklahoma City,
Okla. If Intersil d address o 273,
Ardmore, ukln. -l-lt
" I I'Olt SALE Two good lileeh's. a la
' I dies' win -el alumni new. and a mnnV
j wheel in good condition. See I Illicit
White at this olllce ,'iilh
BUYS OLD LOTTERY TICKET.
American Negro Dancer in Paris
Makes Lucky Deal.
Pails. Aug. I. Fort line called this
week on a negro dancer named Cliar-li-
tin-gory, who is 10H.OUO francs
richer for a visit. To bo iptlle exact,
fortune did not find him at home, but
in a tobacconist's shop, where (ireg
ory. who was born lu America, but
Parisian by employment, was laugh
ing and chatting with the proprietor.
The latter while sweeping out had
round a dirty lottery ticket and off r
ed. Jestingly, to sell It to (Jregory fo
a song perhaps one ought to say a
danco. Orogory had not much uso fot
the lottery on the European plan, his
affections being faithful to I, 11. II.
but to oblige his friend, the tobaccon
ist, he bought the ticket, which has
now won the first prlx of $20,(100.
Now Orogory Is thanking St. .V.co
nn lor lining hliu into that imrtlcii
lai simp, but what will Carrie Na
tion and tli- Anti-Tobacco l.eagu
l lather has tor ears been
i '.milled with dlarrhoe and tiled ev-
means possible to effect a cure,
without avail.'- writes John II. Zlfiwo
oi Philtppl. W. Vu. He saw Chamber
lain s Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
R.-niiih ndwrtisod in l.to Phlllppi Re
publican and decided to try it. The re
sult Is one bottle cured him and ho
lias not silt ft red with the disease ror
I'lglreeu months. Hefor taking this
remedy he was a constant snffeior.
He is now sound and well, and al
iboug sixtv wars old, can do as uinc.li
wink as it wiimg man." Sold by F. J.
Itanisex nnd W. H. Frame.
puniest flow, is ale Hot neees
it. most fiaprnm
Brown & Bridgman
Funeral Directors and
Largest line of Funeral Goods
COMPARE OUR SERVICE
Postal Telsgraph CibU Co.
K. Waihinrtan St. Tel. No. II.
.i.i TOR ItENI.
FOR IMA I' One in w Siooiii h.nl-t
With all modi 111 i'"tl Iih nees Clot
III. J C. Whitoh'irst. Plume 4!0 21!
KOIt KENT ttror-room seaae, cloto
In, with city water. Apply at Wnst
hclmcr & Daube. 27-M
KOIt KENT Purnlshed or unfur
nished looms for light housekee
Ing on. (' street and Third an line
northwest. Phone 7'.'2 blue. 2!f
I'Olt ItlCNT Wrick stoic imildinR on
East Main, west of depot, ixissesolo,!
Alipust 1. J. S. H. Apollint. I'h.m
r.sn red. 22U
VOll KENT Ti-uiom dwolllng, throe
hlnckt from Main, city water. Apply
W. S. Wolvortou & Sou. 2tf
Poll ftUNT Nicely lurnlahed, cool
riHiins, alt mevdern conveniences;
summer rales, close In, at Mrs.
NunnallcM-s, 305 A Street N. V.
Phono 711. lS-'f
J'Olt PENT Hrlok store biiildlllK on
Caddo hlreet. Phone .10 1. It. 1
Dallas 3 :tt
Poll HUNT Three rooms with bath,
elootrlo Ughta and gas In Cruce-Max.
woll tints. Phono 312. 21-tf
I.O.ST Sunda. between Caddo Cret'K
ami Springer, a Panama Imi. Kind
er rrtiirn to Sidney Cockrell at Aid
moreite office for row aid. 3tt
LOST Small black pocket lunik con
tainlng f2.r,'i, three small rings, two
set rings and one plain band ring,
locket and chain, locket hna Vera
engraved on back, has half moon set
In brilliants on face, and has two
plctiirin Inside; finder may keep
oaih and return the Hickeibook ami
Jewelry to this offlco or to Oil EI
ringtnn at the police station. " :!t
COUMIl S!lrt-walst pin cngravn.l
"II." Owner may have same by
calling nt this office.
l-'OI'ND Friday c-icning in Sou'i w- '
Ardinnre, a lady's silk shawl Ohio .
can obtain same at tin '111
TAKEN CP Hrown tmrse mule, r, or
S vears old, II 12 hand-, li'l ni
brands. Owner can g-1 smi'- lu ,u
jilyiug to Cieorge l.eiiinnK a' Man
field wagon yard. .!
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bids will be recencl up
and including Frldai. August n, l 'His
ai I o clock p. m., at the otflce or Ibl
city clerk, to pavo according to ptm
and apcclticatlous now on tile m tt i '
snld city clerk's ofllce. the followuu
streets In tho city of Ardni.-re, Ol.l.i
C St. N. '., from sou'b siiU o
Iiioadway to Ninth Ao. (
Washington St., from north lde o
Fifth Ave. to Ninth Ave. 1
Fifth Ave., from east g!d of W.ish
Ington to (i St. N. K.
E St. N. E. to Fourth Ave
C St. S. E.. from C. C & S F
right-of-way to Thirteenth Ave
C, St. N. E., from Ilroadway to S v
Woat .Main St.. from E St. (o I, St
Fourth Ave. N. E.. from A SL 'o i
I St. S. W., from south side o
Main St. to McMsh Ave.
A St. S, V from s mili sldi or
First Ave. to Fourth Av-.
F. St. S. W.. from south s le ..
MclJah Avo. to Fifth m
Washington St., from south s'de "
Fiist Ave. to Fifth Ave S. W
E St.. from Fifth Am n i:
East Main St.
East Main St.. from E St t- F '
E St. S. E.. from south ld.- "f t r.
St. to Fifth Avo.
Eighth Ave. S. E. fro !: St .
Fifth Avo. S. 1J from C S to i, S
A St. N. rl. from north Mdi oi
Ilroadway to Ninth Ave.
F St. N. IS., from Main Si to S Mb
Third Avo. N. K. from St to II
Sixth Avo. N. W., from Wolvrrio-i
to K St.
Tho cltv reiervoR the right to In
elthi r one of said streets or till of
them, or to reject any nnd all of
said bids. A certified check of live
per cent of tho amount of bid will be
required to be deposited with tho city
clerk as evidence of good faith nnd
that the said bidders will enter .uto
the contract with tho cltv.
R. W. DICK, Mayor
AMfsf G H. Mruce City Clork
No man on earth Is rich enough to
tnjoy paying taxcx
CAUGHT IN THE ACT
FORMER MEMBER OT OALTON
GANG ARRESTED WHILE MAK
ING SPURIOUS COINS.
D nir. Colo. Ana. I Chail A.
It-. H i said to be A fo, .net member
in the notorious Dattoil gaiiR f ban-1
.1... I. ll.M.ltVl,..,. flWIoKHt 1 I
llli'. .Till, oi.inl ' ,!"' I'ninMi'in i
ini mmim. is again a fedei.il prisoner,
ihw time on the ehnrjti r eoiinierfelt
lug lie was arrested ai Trlnlitad bv
Seent Service Opwithi Thomas Cat
lahiiii of Denver, Deputy l ulled States
Marshal Clark mid Chief of Police
I ,nke llgan of 'I'riiildMd lie was in
the act of (touring the ineial in the
molds and tho fires In which the metal
was iiioH.il were huriiitiK brightly
wh.ii the polio chief walked into
per s room, placed a gun nnd r his ,
nose and made Mini hold up both
IloKr offered no tvU am e but ha
since refused to any a vinl to am
one lie has sprvvtl ternw in Ten
ft-deral ,trlsona for wiiiiiierieiiiiig.
1) was a far cry from iiandit to
palmer, but that waa liopi Th mi.it.
He needed Home IIHMIP) wtlh which
lo bu his materiala for tin- counter
tilling outfit, ami oho. the patut
er's trade so that no one would sus
pect hilll of being optltcrtl. People have
null I lie fires burning i ,.s little
Khack many limes, but nU is thoiighi
that he was working ei something
In- us. il in his business us a painter.
Heeiet Service Agent Callahan
eoiilil have arrested lilm several day -
ago. but waited until In- was doing
actual work with the molds
Molds Tor neiirly nil fined mates
eolns. laitli silver and gold, were
found ai Itoper'a house, as well as a
complete set or burglar 'ools and a
safe ciaeklng outfit. Including nllro
When sea rchei 1 a commission ap
(totaling Itoper pciiltoiitlai-y agent to
arrest an esoap'd conxlet from Texas
ii loiitid. oigio'd bv (ini- nor lin
bam Itoii. r aNo eai'ii" I buMal-
fmni i Ik iih t icaii Di ' im
air'n ii i ' h iii to 'Inn
E o o
tr - -
1 2S Jots to be ollered at $100 er lot 1-4 or $25 down and balance in 1, 2, 3, ., 5 and 0 months in pay
ments ol s 12. per month. When all lots arc sold and paid for a company will be formed to put down
test well for oil and as on tract. $5,000.00 of the money paid in will be donated to the company for this
purpose. If nothing ol alui found each pun baser will a lot.
I mm 1 r- - 11 1 limn 1 fc H I
t munis." The American i.'ti' n,
.im ncy I1 said tf lie on o( the main
iin star" organization In the ea'
Charles (thei man. wh worked wifi
lli'i'er as a painti'i- in i! i.
Illshop' shop. Is the mail w4m liitin'n
ed on Hopir. Aepordlng io Sh- rm.i :i
Moper tried for das to Indue- him to
Join In the manufacture of hogu-. rm
saying iherp was all kinds or .
lnone to be made. Hheriii.in rmili. i
statM that lloper ronfessed in h.i nL-
pass, d some s.mrloua
Clllll lit I', s
Moines. N. M.
Itopi r was taken ronipb ii h
prise. Me was brought In fin .
I In .I
States Commissioner Miliikin
held in await thu aotlni of Hi.
grand jury. Callahan and
brought tin prlaoner to IVuxcr
lluM rs wlf and ihelr font
( Illl I.
dim returned from Cana Ih. i.
Inst night Just after he wuh .m. -'.
Tlli are in destitllts elreiini am-.
Chrome Diarrhoea Relieved.
Mr Kit waul K llenr) . w .lb i . . I i
e. Kt.ite Express Co. Chicago
"Our gitieiai siipertntenil.nl l
tfnlck. handed me a bottle of i'Ii nn .. i
lain""- tVlie Chob-ia and Pi.ui'i.. i
Itrllli iU some time ago to i be, k a'i
rtltack of tin old ehroiile ilianli,.. ,i ,
I liuie used it .'in - ilial time :i u. !
eiirnl main mi i m p. i ris wlm h.h. -In-ill
Hick I a:n .id ,.l, H.i.iPer u I
served wll'i Itn 'u- i.l il ...n, , ,,,, '
William Mi-kiiil-t tun e.us in me
23' d Ohio Itegliii ii' and Ii.ik- i,o ,(r
ini-lll except einiiiiie dlliri li,n a !i,,h,
till- ii nied lons al oin-e " I'm '
b K. .1. ,.iiiim) and llnffiniii l i
Uobt Selinlly la here todnv from
Hlirliiger. lit? aaya thu brick are be i
;lug placed on the ground ready fo
, the construction of their new school
lmtldlng. The building la to bo con
stmcted of nil proaaoil brick with
aandslotio trliniuliiga. It will cost
, more than 17.000 and will be ono ot
1 the best school buildings in the
. . .
She Likes Good Thinqs.
Mrs. Chas. E. Smith of Wet Frank
lin. Maine. sn: "I like good tbini;-.
Mid him- adoplcii Dr KIiik'm New Lite
P'lN a- our famih I.ix.iIIm- tin du lue
Imc.iii-i 'ln an gOI lllll .In I Im i
w o' k iv i 'hi i ' i ik in- a in ..linn' i
1" . . i . I - HI " i .. ( .,i p
Lots ;ox 1 50 I'eet
(This is City Park Ground!-)
SOUTH BORDER ST. 9TH AVfCNLIrti
The Densmore Hotel
VI W AND l.OtTSI S I K1.L1 S
7t tt '
ifttti ii:r r c c I
Try us nest time in il uty. T.-ikc Independence
Avcmif cars at I'limn Depot, t-t !! at Nth and Locus
.ind walk one Hoi U smth.
to this priiuc
W'.en urn waul an.viliitiir m tin- IMtiiiihliiti, (ii.s. Tin or
Slu'i't Mt'ttil w will niaki it tu your inliTi-Nt to h'urc with
.in. (Im stock is coinpli'tM anil only flnislicil xvorkmeii
t'liiplo.vctl. "ii'' motto: Not how i-licnp hut how jrood.
Iin I louse That
'Jli .South dsliMit-'ton Stici t.
J. A DIVENS, President. DON LACY, Vice President
A. H. PALMER, Cashier. FRED C. CARR, Asst. Cash'sr.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
Surplus Fund tmo.OOO .......
Arcounti of firms and Individuals rollcltedfl Courteous treat
ment accorded to all alike.
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.I'FKHs tl.f to -st nt
iiiiLiiihitiiiTis it n d
Hi- nf mi. HoU-1 ni
iti'i sis t 'lj- at iinnlt ral"
.i is Wt- (ip i-uilly sol-c-tt
i pat i in.. i yi-nt ilu frri at
ur rail's an-
Amrfliaa flan S' In S. frr liny
I liriiprr I'laM I Ii. Trr liny
-I'i'isl Ksle hj W-.k nr Mi.i.'i.
Wants Your IIiihiiiohi