The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 36, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 12, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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ha best makes.
See our stock.
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And a PRBVENTI VQ for
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W. II. Frame Druggist.
I. Bogor at namsoy's Drug Store
Storo If you want p. fine watch cc
plcfj ot jcwoiry lor a iioima- giu
J 0 Villi VKI IDklilUO " 1W" l114lSMa wuu
'friends In tho old statoa by tho "Choc-
I. Bogor nt Ramsay a Drug Storo
carries tho best lino ot watches ring's.
Jewelry ami clocks In tho city. Try
If you want tho best valuo on rings
iand jowelry go to Bogor at Ramsey's
Drug Storo. 10-tf
Methodist ladles - bazaar at tho
court houso Friday. Don't fall to at-
tend Und patronize tho ladles.
DDCAH Is tlie Staff of
Only when it is made of
QUEEN OF THE PANTRY
Wo have in stock now a car of each.
We Sell Bell Springs Creamery tfinter.
Everything that's good in Groceries you will find
All kinds of canned goods are selling very cheap
at our store.
Millinery SPECIAL SALE
Contiuues to draw large crowds!
vto the popular millinery store of
Mrs. Jntues nnd she is showing
.something ncWynnd nobby each
dny. Prices on nil trimmings nre
remarkably low Ostrich feathers
especially so on account o being
overstocked. .Misses nnd childrens
hats recieve our best attention.
Protty turbans of all kinds go at
cost. Veilings and buby caps of
LOOK OUT FOR f f
I T N. Coleman's . f
Higli Grade Holiday 'Goods
At Low Figures. f
Italian chestnuts new wrinkle
pop corn and. everything good to
eat at Peeples' cafe. " 9 4t
Frpsh pineapples California
Malaga' 'grapes vicar pears anil
everything in'' the fruit lino nt
Peeples'.cafe. ' ? !)r4t -
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: For shelving and counters see
Donaldson. " ' 7tf
ray'Xo. 20 is! always reliable
aud prompt. When you want any
hauling done 'phono No. 20
Chicknsaw Lumber yard.
dG Ira Kj B. Wiukinsox.
If you want feed go to Son
Bros'. They have n car of good
Red Gross Bag blue makes thu
clothes whiter than snow. Largo
package only 5 cents.
New equipment now schedulo new
route. "Choctaw Route."
Uneeda vacation. Holiday excur-
sion tickets on salo Decoinbsr 21 22
and 23 by tho "Choctaw Route."
Tako your shoo work to Monoysralth
& Kolly. 25-lm
Monday morning December 9 we
bogln soiling for spot cash only. Pos
itively no exception. Wo nroralso vou
tho best meats full wolghts prompt
delivery and ub low a prlco as meats
can bo sold for. Wo will mako It to
your Interest to pay us cash. A. S.
Pulllam & Co. 9-lt
Can you got a bettor or more eco
nomical coal than our McAlcster
lump? It starts readily burns with
llltlo wasto and Is carefully Borted.
Phono ub your order. " 8-tf
LAIDLAW 'LUMBER CO.
Took a Shot at Mini.
Yesterday morning John Whit
ney who lives on the corner of
Second Avenue nnd I street North
west was awakened by his dogs
and looking out through the win
dow ho saw the form of a man
standing close to his barn. John
advanced to the left oblique nnd
took his stand near the water-
closet Tho night prowler paid no nt-
tentiou to John but stood as erect
as a sentiuel and John thought he
would take a fancy shot at him
which ho did. Tho fellow must
have heard tho bullet for lio
waited not for n second shot but
made tracks nt once.
Nothing was misBing owing no
doubt to the watchfulness of tho
All members ot the Elks will
meet nt their hall tomorrow night.
Business of importance.
S. M. Torbett E. It.
It. L. Sanders Secy.
Have you some carpenter work
that yon want done exactly right
some that you nre particular
about then see U. F- Fraley.
Street Lights Fizzled Out.
Just at a time when our citizens
thought we were nbout to get all
our street lights aud were admit
iug tho-four nre lights that were
nlrendy in and burning brightly
the thiug keillumuxed.M nnd now
we have not n siugle street light
to guide onr feet' nt night and
whnt's more the private lights in
the reaidouco patt of fho city is
alsa out aud we cannot have them
burning ngniu for a week or more.
Munnger Griflln tells us that the
armature for this circuit was
burned out uud they cannot replace
it until they get another from
You get only good work wheu
old Fraley does it for you. Esti-
mates furnished promptly on any
kind of building. 12-3t
The lndir ! Jiety of the
First Prostate n church served
dinner today nt tn hurch annex.
The menu was everything that the
hungry could wish for aud was
more than the patrons expected.
The weather was bad tho streets
muddy n slow rain falling but
such interest was tnkou in the din-
ner that hacks were employed by
thoBe wishing to attend. Wo were
not informed as to tho amount of
tho receipts but csnsidering the
weather feel that overy member of
the society feels repaid for her
Cotton opened steady und down
but revived during tho day. and
closed steady .nnd np. Lint cotton
brought as high ns-8 cents to 7.50
while seed cotton sold for 2 Go to
2.70. Cotton 8eed $14' per ton.
Receipts f6r tho dny 150' bales.
'' C. F. ' Fraldy wafit'tb5 'figure
with ybn on "that' chrpdiftier world
you want done. ' 12-Ot
Are too valuable to risk vacant.
Fruit trees will hold -them. Wo
have them one two and three
years old very large at Ardmore
12-4t McCullongh & Taylor.
This nfternoon Judge Bradford
started to take up tho Dud Slaugh-
ter case but owing to the nbsenco
of the defendant's attorney he
took up tho case of the United
States agninst Sherman Alexander
charged with assault to kill. This
latter case was in progress ns wo
went to press.
Famous Case Decided.
The enso of Moran Scott vs.
Jake Palmer was tried for tho
fourth time yesterday before May-
or J. 0 Thompson The other
three trials were mistrials so Mr.
Scott employed It. W. Dick to rep-
resent him this time and secured a
verdict for $8. The amount sued
for was about $20 nnd the cost has
piled up to Home $40 or $50.
Ectrayed Nov. 7.
Ono Borrol horso 15 or 1C hands
high C year Bold weight 1200 pounds
branded K on left shoulder. Return to
B. S. Morso atj Wostheiroer & Daubo
store and got roward. ll-3w
Officer Dine With Us.
There nro n number of officials
in town today we notice A. D.
Shrewsberry sheriff of Grayson
Co. Tex R. B. Parson city of-
ficer Sherman J. R. Duer nnd
It. D. Bordeu deputy sheriffs of
Grayson county. John James and
T. A. Nelms chief of police nnd
deputy of Uenison Tex. E. J.
Smith attorney J. N. Layne.
deputy sheriff Credo Porter con
stable aud J S. Ivuaur. mayor of
Denisou. All these officers nre
well nnd favorably known here.
They took dinner with tho la
dies of the Presbyterian chmch
which adds to their popularity.
At the Opera House.
Last night the Mndisson Square
Theatre Company played to a good
house. "Thu Defaulter" was the
name of tho play and everybody
waR well pleased.
Tonight "Justice at Last" will
bo presented nnd those who have
seen it say that its tho best one they
put on thestace Tomorrow night
'Cnmile" will be put on.
Mothers If you want somo neat doll
dresses for dolls for your children you
can find thorn at the Methodist bazaar.
Walt Until Friday.
To buy your Chrliitniaa presentB. On
that day tho Indies of thu Broadway
MMhOdritiurch Mill glvo their an-
nual baziui? at tho court house dainty
refreshments will ho served through
out tho day and many useful and beau
tiful articles will bo on sale.
That handpalntod Utopian pottery
is goluK fast at ono-half actual cost.
Seo tho display In window 12. Noland.
Dr. Echols will ho at the Whlttlngtou
hotel ovory Monday from 1 to 4 p.m.
I'rncUcu iimltod to dUcaso ot tho oyo
ear noe nnd tluoat. Errors of re
fraction corrected. 19-tt
Tontlts Eelcct Officers.
LaBt night was election night for
Ardmoro Council No. 1S7 Modern Ton-
tlos and tho following ofllcors were
B. F. C. Loughrldgo President; .1.
L. Wells Vlco-I'rosldent; Julia Flem-
ing Second Vlve-Presldont; MIbb
Pearl Conley Chaplain; James Tuck-
er Marshal; A. H .Hooper Guard;
E. V. Conloy Sontlnel; M. I. Martin
Treasurer; Dan Conway Zach Taylor
Geo. W. Holder Trustees.
Bring your wife or your sweetheart
to Bulard's and sec our immense stock
of flno watches. Jewelry etc. 10-tf
Money on Easy Terms.
Tho local agent lor tho Metropolitan
Loan and Banking Company of Fort
Worth is at J. E. Arnold's office per-
manently. Parties wishing money to
build or Improve property or pay on
present mortgages will savo money
by calling at tho above office. 12-m
Mothers can find anything they want
In tho way of dolls at tho Methodist
bazaar. Try them.
Tho ladles of tho First Baptist
church will glvo a .grand dinner nct
Tuesday December 17th. the. proceeds
tb go In assisting In tho liquidation of
an old debt pgalnst tho church.
Horry Young stenographer for At
torney Hudson Is very 111 at his
room with Mrs. Dolllns on South
There will be an-olcctlon of officers
of tho Woodmon ot tho World Fri
day night. All memhora nro urgently
requested to bo present.
JAMES MATHERS C. C.
ED SAN'DLIN Clerk.
Election of Officers.
On Tuesday January tho soventh
1902 between tho hours of 10 a. m.
nnd 3 p. m. thoro will bo a meeting of
tho shareholders of tho First National
Ardmoro I. T for tho purposo of elo-
Ardmoro I. T forotho purpose of el
itlng flvo directors to boivo for tho
C. L. ANDERSON. Cashier.
Wo have absolutely tho largest
stock ot granlto iron and tlnwaro In
Ardmoro and wo have rnado tho prices
lowor than It hns ovor been boforo
on thoso goods Socond door west of
City National bank. E Noland. 3-ot
Come by After the Show.
This Is to notify tho public that I
will always keop opan until after the
show Is out Wo will servo oytors
In any stylo and wo know how to
servo them right Wo have a warm
comfortablo place. Hot chocolato serv-
ed as only Julius knows how to servo
It. Bo sure and como to the only up
10-3t JULIUS KAllN.
J. J. DABBS
The largest stock nnd lowest prices
done in the Intest style on short notice.
J. J. DABBS
Notice to Hunters and Others.
I hereby give notice that all
hunters nnd tresspassers whenever
found on my fanui (known ns tho
Lnster plnce) one mile uorth of tho
corporate limits will be prosecuted
to tho fullest extent of the law for
trespass. A. D. Chasi:.
Ardmore I. T. Nov. 11 1901.
Tho Bain wngon is n great fa
vorite nmong thoso who uso them.
When you buy the Bain you mako
no mistake. Sprngins & Co. sells
Fine Millinery at
Extremely Low Prices
I nm now ranking tho lowest
prices of nny Milliner in Ardmore
on all Dress hats Street lints Baby
Cnps Veiliugs etc.
Como nnd investigate boforo vou
buy your winter hat.
Mrs. Lila H Bomar.
KEMP & MAYTUBBY
General Livery Business
UACKS meet all trains
at Ravia day and
Tishomingo I. T.
Windows Doors Porch Columns
Window and Door Frames
And All Kinds of inside Finish.
ARDMORO I. T.
Prompt attention will
be given to all Sanitary
work. Notify me thro
the postoff ice. Box 704
is a chance to buy
HEADWEAR at just
of prices formerly prevailing.
idles' and Misses'
in the Territory. Hetrimminc
At Madden Sykes & Co'j
DR. J. G. ABERNETHY
Dp to Date Dentistry
Crown and liridgo Work that gives
Plates that arc guaranteed tO Ut.
FllllnL'8 Gold Amalgam Porce-
lain Inlays etc.
At prices consistent with cood
Rooms over T. N. Colcmnn'3
Drug Store. '
DR. J. P. FANN JR.
J inc. opposito
- " poat oQlce.
ARDMORE IND. TER.
I am prepaired with all tho latest
modem improvements in dentnl
'science and can turn out as good
work ns can bo hnd nuywhero.
Special attention given to correc
tions nnd irregularities in children.
Teeth Crown nnd Bridgo work
nicely executed. All dental work
done m an easy nnd nrtistic mnn-
uer. Chpiges rensonnble. Satis-
fnctiou guaranteed. A sb.nro of
your pntronnge is solicited.
Before you sell
W. K. Rodgers.
The Bluest Bluo makes tho
whitest white that's Ited Cross
Bag Blue Refuse imitations. 1
Truelove & Pyeatt?
Next Door West of Tost
Pattern Hats Ready
to Wear Hats Baby
Caps all go at 50c.
on the Dollar.
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