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For the complexion,
chapped or rough
50 Cents a Jar.
Money refunded if
If you have aches and pains you
have tried every way to Ret rid
ot but failed, don't bo discours
ed. Consult Dr. Win. Konnard,
Chiropractor. IIo removes tho
rniiBo of (llsonso and makes a
specialty of all tho so-called In
curabhs. Mrs. Dr. Kennard
(Graduated CPilropt actor,) In
dally attendance rendering all
uNHlfttunco necessary with la
dles and children. A correct
dlnfmosls of your enso and
Adjusting parlors, first stairway
west of 1m Frame's drug store,
207'j W. Main St. Phono C01.
Next door to First Nat
Mot and cold baths,
shower or tub baths.
We especially welcome
strangers and newcomers.
Best service every day
in the week.
Tom Roberts, Prop.
To buy at the highest
market price every fat
cow, calf and hog in the
county tributary to Ard
more. Bring them in you
will not be disappointed
in the price. See us be
fore you sell.
COLD STORAGE MARKET
O. (1. WAIUUiN, Prop.
INSURE with Will Sandford & Co.
P. C. Dings.
J. n. Spraglns.
Jones, .1. M.
Jonas, C. C.
Spragins, J. B.
niedsoo, S. T.
Haird, J. M.
Dlnga, P. C.
Wo givo our IndKIdunl attention In looking nfter tho ailairs of this
bank and invito you to Join our growing lifat of satisUm! cuHtomors
W. A. IMwnrds Irft here today on
a business trip to Herwyn.
Halph Wlxnor Is nt homo from i
visit of two days with friends hi
Harper Hennelt after a visit of
a few days In tho city left today for
John Kelley and MIumi Ola and
IMrdlo Kelloy are In th city to
day from Marietta.
.Mrs. M. A. Miller of Ottumwn, Ia
ls In the city visiting with her broth
er. Ln.Motit Myers and family.
Contractors U. .It. Marston and .1.
H. llurisess of this elty went to Kort
Worth today on some business mat-tt-rs.
Mrs. .1. T. Nichols and Airs. U. A.
Simpson leit hero today to visit wM
Mrs. C. P. Whiteinnit In Oklnhomn
Mr. William linker and little baby
Carroll are In the elty from IJttlo
Hock. Ark., visiting with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. lturnttt.
Dr. J. 1). Hntson arrived In the
city at noon from Mnrlottn to at
tend tho meeting of tho Carter Coun
ty Medical association.
Mr. and Mrs. Hymn Drew will
have as their Ktinest this 'vuok Mrs.
DrowV sister, Mrs. Joncx of Oklaho
ma City and her two charming
daughters: also Miss Tesslo Mnye
Trlco of J'orrell, Texas. Tho Misses
.Tone. Miss Trlco and Miss Ada
Drew have been attending the Okla
homa ColleRc for young ladles. Miss
Drew returned Saturday to this city.
BILL CROSS COMING
SECRETARY OF STATE TO VISIT
ARDMORE IN CAPACITY OF AD
JUTANT GENERAL OF U. C. Vs.
William .Cross, secretary of state
and adjutant general of tho United
Confederate Veterans will bo the
guest of the veterans of this city on
the last Sunday in this month. MIhh
Cameron lloone will nrranpe a musi
cal program for his entertainment.
Col. Cross Is tho most popular man
In the state among the veterans, ho Is
a pleasing speaker anil is a line south
ern gentleman who mnltes friends
of all who come in contact with hltn.
ills visit will be the occasion ot a
grent gathering from all tho camps
throughout this section of tho state.
The veterans have their plnno now
that Mr. I.uko gave them and have
placed It In the court house whore
their meetings will be hold hereafter.
Thirty-two gallons PUHIO drinking
AUDMORK 1CK. LIC.HT fc POWKK
DENIAL FROM GREGG
UNITED STATES ATTORNEY DE
NIES ANNOUNCEMENT OF DROP
PING TOWN LOT FRAUD CASES.
Tulsa. Okla.. April 13. Wm. .1.
Gregg, United States district attor
ney here today said that tho state
ment that his olllcn had made any
announcement In tho prosecution of
the Muskogee town lot fraud cases
against Governor Haskell and otnera
Is wholly unauthorized and untrue.
Hci' Aidmorolto want arts
J. M. Jones, "1;
N. II. Kongin,
Gilliam, W. A.,
Green, K. V
9 W. Main St.
QUARTERLY SESSION IS BEING
HELD HERE IN COURT ROOM
OlA I I flrrLlUfllllO
The Board and Applicants Were Ta
ken For a Drive Over the City
This Afternoon and Will Be Given
..... .. . . . ... ...
ine nisi.- iwrnn. oi inarniaej in
in ipmrterly session In the city.
W. V. Dodd of Caddo, president of
the board, la here conducting tho
examination ot applicants. lie ia a-
slsted by R II. Lllley, treasurer of
the board, from Onthrle. Secretary
Hurt,, nof Strud ,s not here on ae-
count ot Illness in his family. The
board arranged to meet first in the
city hall, but better accommodations
wero secured In the court house.
Tho members it tut board were
driven over tlio city this afterniMin
at uirco ociock -inu win .w nnuquei-
ed tonight at tho Masonic hull with
tho members of th medical nsso-
elation. Mayor Pennington and Sue-
rctary Spauldlng arranged with a
number of cltlscns this limrniug for
carriages and the tnebers of
the board nnd tho applicants
were taken for a drive to said he would not sell at that price, speaker. The ituptlst church has piov- hand, the following described pro 1
the lake and other places ot Interest. Corn has sold this spring as high is ,,, inn,!. qiiHte to Hccominodnto the erty, to wlt: One bny horie. about
Mrs. Dodd accompanied her husband DIh- and Mr. linker ss he will not n-uwd- and the skntlng rink has been , 0 years old, nlwmt 15 hand high.
to the city.
The applicants are:
.1. W. Urlnk. Morris.
It. U. Sawyer, Itokchlto.
.1. K. (inrrett, Donning.
W. S. Knulkner, Oklnhomn City.
Paul W. Mooinan, Hoonvllle. Ait.
P. S. Thompson, McAlostor.
.1 110. .1. Muklher. Orlando.
I'. M. Penrsc i Oklahoma City.
Itobt. M. ltUh-ell. Kort Worth.
H. K Howyer, Chlckasha.
.T. .1. Heed, Hobait
Herbert W. Weeden, Norman.
W. G. Pendergraft. Carney.
Guy W. Klklns. Hackett.
Solomon I.. Cuuuulng, Oklahoma
M. '.. Huford. Sulphur.
H. C. Plummer. Oklahoma City.
.Ins. W. Trlggs. Choestol, Ga.
Kdward I.eo Henry. .
Y. lt. Anderson. Kort Worth.
C. O. Johnston. Hyson.
.1. C. Mooney, Mcloud.
.1. Porter Cox, Ardmore.
O. H. Sherry, Shawnee.
H. C. Shearer, Coalgate.
Karl h. McUrldo. Stillwater.
Orris M. Stogsdill, Waukomis. 1
.loo M. Davis, Hoswell.
J. C. Haffner, Kredcrlck.
G. S. Wobber. Oklahoma City. j
Geo. M. Adams, Tishomingo. j
IJaynnrd Lawrence. Oklahoma City. '
Krnest Frank Murray, Jyovoland. (
Willis Smith, Dustln. !
Besides these applicants thirty'
Pharmacists have applied for regis-
. ,. , . ... . 1. 1 ... 1
tratlon and filed their diplomas with,
Piles Cured In G to 14 Days.
V.V.O OINTMBNT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, blind, bleed
ing or protruding 'Mies In G to 11 day?
or money refunded. 50c.
BLIND ORATOR COMING
REV. WILLIE KENDALL AND
NOTED EPWORTH LEAGUE LEC
TURER WILL VISIT ARDMORE.
Kev. Willie Kendall has written
to his father, Oapt. W. C. Kendall.
hero that he will arrlvo horo one
day this week and will bo nccom-
panlnd by an Kpworth I.oaguo lec-
turer from Memphis, Tonnossee. Hev.
Kendall Is known as the blind pulpit
orator. Ho Is an Ardmore boy nnd
Is now pastor of tho First Motho-
' iltut ohnrrli In Knnnu-n. Tlla nitne.n.
tlonnl advantages havo boon tho best.
his mental attainments are superior,
ho Is a close student and Is taking
rank as ono of tho flno word paint-
ers of tho pulpit. His vlst to this
city will bo looked forward to with
At T. K. Kearney's Hardware
RtniM torn tlmiiR.inl flloa liv fK-ltii.
against his screen doors. 2Stf
DRINK distilled water. AnSO -
ARDMORB 1CK, LIGHT fc POWER
INSURE with Will Sandford & Co.
PICKUPS HERE AND THERE.
.1 It HuH arrlMd In the city yes
tiidiix afternoon from Hulphur
Sprtnc. Tevns and remained here
until noon today the giiest of his
iue. c. Mrs. 1). W. Hutchcr. Mrs.
lfut.li. r hnd not s.-.-n him for twenty
year and was d.llKritiil with his
brl. f Uslt. Mr. Daus left today for -rm,fWMiy nmt nobiv , thl. ?'rnf- "" 'HPerintciid.i.t of th
siii.ii.nr itn itnui. mi-r the rltr to- lM""""K gen. rousiy anil nooiy u im .... ... .
. ' . . ,,. th ..,.
dav ami says Ardinon- ts the prettiest
com. her., with the intention of mov-
. ,m.i-h..... v.,t ......v- ininnn
in to Oklahoma .-t .... s Anlnwro
looks so km1 to him If hp ran .lis-
lKse of nis i.omiiiirs ai wi.puur
wrings he will mou. to Ardmore.
Dr. . K. Martin and Herbert House
., ,,, Ar.im. i hi.
morning. Mr. House l.ft here at noon
for Outhrie and Dr. Martin will re-
...mm liAnin liulm nft.tt tti.wfln with
the physicians who are here in aes-
t),v lt ahide,. nnme day ago'
iPrt Ardmore for a i.sit of thrw
months at PltUburg. T. xns and order-
" The Ardmotflte to follow him
a uf nl)1,.UllRH norc ,,
T,,X(MI w(, M)i j,,g rnonRh to Itohl
nm, Ho arrived jesterday evening
and will attend the meetings.
II. M. Porterlleld from lleltt was,
in M-dtimrc vestenlav afternoon with
n mr of h()gB w,ll(.h Blpitd to
nu. port Worth markvt. Ho had a
train of fnriii wagons which hauled
the hogs to tho shipping station.
.1 .A. HnWr was In the rity tod.iy
from lloxbar with corn to place on
the market. Ho was offered Ce but
sell unless he gets bs much as uc. sei ured. The other ministers of im- brauded C. I., on left shoulder on
He says there ts v. ry little corn in town are co-ottcrallng with Mr. Hall black rubber tire buggy: one set . t
this section that will be placed on Bnd Dr. Wynne, 't he church choir , single breast harness and li it li n in
the market. , are coming together ami n great tin- said property having been levied upon
..'ion meeting Is lieing torined that wll. 1 as the property of .I0I111 llartultt and
.utss t'cnri Moon
lormerly wit it
Dltsler Dry GoocU comuany. has ac-
copied 11 position with S. S. 'lolson.
countv recorder ..f deeds.
1 C. T. Vernon has returned from
1 vnrmtm whom he was summoned tit
I appear us a wl.noss In the case of th
state against .lames Stovemon chart'. ed to llonham, Texas, on account of j The linn of Tackctt Myall, ar
ed with killing night watchman Oath the Illness ot her mother, wired to chltects, has been dissolved by inn
ey nt Pauls Valley In 1!0". Judge , her husband last night that her moth- tual consent. W. A. Tackctt remain
Huston of Guthrlo Is presiding In the ( er died at eight o'clock last evening. Ing In his present olllce. T. W. Myall
case. Tho defense made a motion' Iter mother was Mrs. J. K. Illalr , retaining all buildings and work on
I to continue but It was overruled and
the case In now being tried.
The Carter bounty Medical nsso-
elation Is In session this afternoon at
the Mnsonlc hall. The session began
at 'J o'clock and another session wiiiiu prominent man In ToxaB politics.
be held at S o'clock this evening,
banquet will be spread tonight.
FOR CONSTRUCTION OF HOME j
FOR WOODMEN CAMP. I
The Woodmen of tho World in this
.... ,.avo (lpol(W to ,my it and!""1 1,1,1 for $,0' Tl, ,,oltlu nn -n
. ,, . M1l,rm ,.n ,.n
build a home or tltolr own. Tho loilgo
, . . .
has a committee now at work in-
vnut 1 ffl 1 1 tic tlio illffnrnnt sites Hint'
have been offered. The committee
was offered a beautiful site this
morning. The John Putts home prop -
erty on north Washington street. It
Is said can be purchased. Tho prop
erty fronts more thnn a hundred feet
on Washington street and Chas. K.
Kralev has offered to purchase fr.m
the Woodmen any of tho property
A they do not want nt the price they
pay for it. This would give the camp
the advantage for they could uso the
corner site and dispose of the Inside
property at the price paid for the
conlPr. Tu(.ro are other advantageous
fiItP(( offpre(1 0,i west Main street
nn() 0Il q gtreet southwest, close to
jian, Tho Woodmen will build a
handsome two or threo story bulld-
nB n,i wm s ok a location where
tho lower floor will be a revenue
Kicked to Death.
Last Friday whtlo assisting In the
work of moving n house for Walter
Ilowlny two miles north of Bosston.
Joseph Bailey was kicked by ono of
the work hor,. from which injuries
ho died shortly after.
Tho deceased who had lived in
Cooko county all of his life Is sur-
vlved by a wife nnd throo children
nnd many other relatives and sorrow-
The burial v as In tho Bosston rem -
ctory nnd took place last Saturday
, afternoon. Galnesvlllo Register.
DRINK dUtil'ed water. ABSO -
ARDMORI-: 1CK, 1JGHT fc POWKR
W. F. GILMER OF ARDMORE M ti ET- THE STATE DOARD OF EDUCA
ING WITH SUCCESS IN CONFED- TION GIVE GOOD APPOINT
E R ATE HOME MOVEMENT. MENTS TO ARDMORE PEOPLE.
In letters from W. V. (Winer to
frl(tuM l;. tll,, ,yi Mr jn.f nnyg
, . .
call for funds for the building of it
r,lllfH(.al hom n.
organised themselves tnto it or
poratlon and hao a state charter.
"'imr. V . "l
fund fnr th.. iiulMlnir f tho lioiiw
Sh biS III
the "tre state known Otlmer a. his
horn.' iH-ople know him there would
have been no bond r.H,ulre,i but the
organisation Is based upon buslne,s
nrlnrlnlis and ts helii i-onrtm-tiil on
" ""'" " -
Confofteracy In every city of the stato
are taking active steps toward raising
funds and the 4ose of the fiscal year
H '' I th- Confeib-rate
ALL CHURCHES CO-OPERATING
WITH BAPTIST IN HOLDING UN
The H.v. Ihirton A. Ilnll has tM-guii
what promises to be the greatest re-
vlval of religion ever seen In Aril-
more. Ills heart to heart talks with
, the people havo In-gliii to Iwar fruit,
The sincere manner of the man has
made him friends, each listener is
brought into close sympathy with the
1 romtlt In a soul winning campaign
i MRS. WOODWARD'S MOTHER
Death Claims Victim In One of Best
1 Known Texas Families.
"Mrs. .1. C. Woodward, who was call-
'nnd was a member of one of the,
I best known families In Texns. They
1 had lived In ono place for fifty
' years. Judgo .lames K. Illalr was the
' first Judge of Fannin county after
the dosm of the war nnd was always
Tho friends of Mrs. Woodward In
this city will regret to learn of her
Mnd Dog Killed.
I With the gentle spring comes the
I mad dog scare again. Several sus.
plclous dogs havo been killed recently
I j 1. ...nr. unpin 11 ti . .1 im-.-ii rxiii.-.i ii-i.-im;
and another scare was on this mom
lug. A dug that gave evidence:- cf
rabbles bit a dog belonging 10 M r.
Itlcketts. Mr. Iticketts said he wa .
' greatlv a'.l a-heil to his dog and would
; was shot three times by .Mr. It'ckeits
Kino Dtiroc Jersey mnlo hog now
ready for service at Joo Hastlnu'H.
, ! Ave, !.V. K
THE CANDY FACTORY
ONE OF THE BUSY PLACE3 IN
ARDMORE WORKING ON FULL
TIME TO SUPPLY DEMAND.
I Tho randy factory at the f,own
"ouung worxs snow. siK..s 01 acuv-
u-v ,H,ln-v ,,ml ' a,K)Ut tho ,",,,8t
l,lnre '" lhw clty- ,:1 "nl U n,,,v
iue owner ui litis juuui anil lie 1.
pushing every department. J. h. Os
born has come here from Teii.pl.'
Texas and lias taken charge of tii.
candy manufacturing dopnrtmetr. Mi
ls nsslsted by Jack Alexnuder of this
city who received his training w.t'i
King & Co.. of Fort Worth. The plant
l now turning out n thousand u-unils
of candy a day and has a capa-.tv for
twj that amount Plain and fancy
candles aro being turned out ami -i
oW of boys in whlto suits aro mouh -
' oy pieces of cand ami
: iw'" "'i ... m.iuy uuui. 1 ..c
fptor- l clean as a pnrlnr and
" ca",l' looKS inviting to tlio toott;.
The 'nndy ""lea nro growtnx every
day and within a row days Mr. uyni
, " l''nco aloBman on tin ro.l
Tho bottling plant Is not runn'u.? on
.full tlmo yet but will bo RtartM ne;
. month on tho regular run for th" 1
lson. Mr. Uyni ban purchased llf.
thousand pounds of syrup for his
candy factory nnd nil other suppllt
are provided in abundance
ARDMORE TEACHERS SOUGHT
When the faculties of the ni.it.-
normal schools wen- blng mud- in.
Anlmoro ti-mhim wrrf. In il.i.mmt
i-nrf of on of the state schools, but
nas nmtt M m lnl" cltJr ln" rln""
Khoo syirtem In the state and 1.
n.i m ,i. i,.iM . ,
enue in me .ruraoro scneoi.i k. pt
llm fpom Rpr(ipn!r Vntf ctnr,!,,,,,
nclpai of the High ftw. 1,
given a jH.Hltlon It. the Dun,,'
nnal and MIhs (Seorge ha i-. n
lven a situation at Tahlenual,. it...
"' Ifardy has also iM. giwn a
m- inrm. .xntmnri' i s
rt..lnt.Ml !,,. t...r .,.... iu ......i 1
"'Kh eate.-m over th state.
We often womb-r hosr ;,n- perfm
enn be persuaded Into taking ntiWhl.ii:
but I'oley's Honey and Tnr for cough ,
.olds anil lung trouble. Do not b f(.
id Into accepting "own make" or oth
er substitutes. The genuine contains
no harmful drugs anil Is In a yil'nw
8M by all dniRglsta.
Notice of Sheriffs Sale.
Ify Virtue of nil etei-utlou In ti.e ill
reeled mill dellered. Issued out 1 if t hi
Dlstrtct Court of Carter loni.ty, tiki,
hoiiiti. In an action In sniil -tiu
wherein ITank Smith Is plaint in and
John 1 1 n t till 1 1 Is defendant. 1 w 111 en
the 22ml day of April. I'.hi'.i. between
' the hours of 10 o'clock, a in. ami
o'clock, p. 111., of said day at louit
house door In Ardmore In the lounty
nfoiesald, offer at public sale and s.-ll
to the highest bidder, for cash in
taken on execution in favor of frank
Dated this 12th day of April, moil.
.1. H. AKKKS. Sheriff,
lll-.t 1"'. IC. West, Deputy.
hand and opening up a new olllce it
the Hankers National Hank building
with W. I Kreedlove.
Ardmore. Okla., April 10.
That's tho name ot the best flour
sold In Ardmtre.
Dr. C. Sterling Coolcy
fj0 ( ii )f l)D A 1 Til" ")
J M'KIH HAlT I III L
, DfUgS ( Done By I land )
"Tho fchort cut to Health"
' " ' h,1,
Ovor Cina pajneo, W
igton Sims Illdg.
'Tor Healths Sake"
Drink mater that Is pure. W--handle
tho Glbhon Well wato.',
the Crazy, tho Carlsbad, and
Tioga. These, wators aro es
pecially rocommonidcd for stom
ach trouble, constipation, rboti
mntlsm, kidney and bladder
troublo and femalo complaints.
We also handle the Ozorku
water from Kurekn Springs, tho
flip st table w.itor known.
Goos delivered to all parla of
The Mineral Water Depot
V. LANDRUM, Manager.
At j 1
Kearney's J $
V have the ni'W
om-... 1 lit1 l.itet
in tan nnd patent
and vicS, ankle
strap with button
or buckle. Kerv
one can have new
Oxfords at these
$2.00 to $3.50
Newly opened by
MRS. W. V. FICKMNU
Rates, $1.00 Per Day
Beds 25c and 50c
Kvorythlng neat, clean nnd up-to-dato
nnd will lie glail to have
tho patrotmgo of my old nnd
D. S. Blackburn, Mana
ger. Quin Wicker, Assistan
Managcr. TELEPHONE 774
Sidewalks built and all
kinds -of concrete work
done. All our work is
J. L. Wilson
Transfer and Storage
I havo u good building
leased m which I storo all
kinds of household goods
nt roiifcoimblo rental. Phono
72 and I will do the rest.
Goods hauled anywhere
or pac ked nnd stored,
l'rotnj) und careful atten
tion to every order.
That's the imine c
sold in Ardmore.
In at tloi
If you wnnt furniihliiE 5 t any ha
for parlor. dlniiiB room cr kite hi
try n want ad; or hettir call at ?
Main street, for best bargain 1 1
At T K. ivarney's Hardwn
Store, Uvt thousaml flits by fljii'
againat h's seven doors, 2S