The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 50, Ed. 1, Monday, January 5, 1903 Page: 5 of 8
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HR1STMAS is over and not nearly all of our fine stock of Men's Furnishings is exhausted.
The sales doubled those of the same
season last year and we sincerely thank the public and our friends for their generous buying. In the Holiday Offering every-
thing sold at cost with 10 per cent added and this sale will be continued up to 10 o'clock p. m. Saturday January 3 1903.
But this is not all we offer. Having just purchased the largest and most select stock of Men's Furnishings ever brought to
Ardmore we must make room for the new goods and here are some bargains in which Goods "Will be Sold Regard-
less of the Cost Price.
If you haven't the money better get a loan and take advantage of this sale. It will pay you to do it.
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Some of the best dressed men in Ard-
more are today wearing on: $1.50
hat. The Christmas price on these
hats was (33c and now to iO
close them out the price is 'rOv
20 doz. Men's Dress Shirts reg-
ular price $1 and $1.25 now
ix. Men's Negligee $1.00 no-
irts this sale '
All Silk Mufflers in the
Less Than Cost.
(lOdox. Men's Negligee $1.50
and $1.75 Shirts this sale
20 doz. broken sizes Men's Fine Un-
derwear (some in this lot QCp
worth $5) choice of lot "
03 doz. broken lots Men's Un-
derwear worth $1.50 to $2
38 pairs of good Pants worth
$1.50 to $2 a pair to close at
83 pairs of good heavy work-
ing gloves worth 50 to 75c at
500 pairs of Nice Mochas nnd Un-
dress Kid Gloves worth $1 HQr
to $1.25 this sale ' 0
20 Smoking Jackets left. You can
buy any one in the house now at
10 doz. psirs of $2 Gloves
go in this sale at
10 doz. pairs of $1.50 Gloves
go in this sale at
10 doz. Men's Fancy Suspenders
(some in the lot worts $1 per lr
pair) this sale per pair 4)L
Every trunk in the house at COST.
20 doz. Men's Silk Bow Ties to
be closed out at
80 doz. Men's Good 15c Socks
go in this sale at
best way to find them is to come now and see them for yourself. Do
We could tell you of 500 other good bargains bu the best wa
not wait and say "I will go next week'rfor if you do you won't find th
Wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year I am
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Urine your Laundry to nocer'8
Harbor Shop In the WhlttlnKton
biilldlni; Wo monil all breaks
replaco nil button nnil turn out
tlrat class work In ovory par-
ticular. Wo nlso mako a apeelalty
of Htonm I)yo Work. All Work
Bob. Carson Agt.
Acme Steam Laundry
Money to Loan
on personal property household
goods pianos live stock nnd bup-
rIos nnd Wagons. Business strictly
H. T. KIRBY.
Ardmore Drug Co.
Lon M. Frame Druygl't.
Pure Drugs and the fluet.1 lino
Cigars in the city.
THE DISTRICT COURT.
ASA'S TIN SHOP.
Ou West Main St. is the best
place to buy FlueB Well Cas-
ing and Tanks. Tin Hoofing
The Jury Gave Mrs. Emma Watklns
the Land and $540.
Nenrly nil the morning was takon
with tho enso of MrB. Uinmn WntklnB
vs. lem Gooding brothor and slstor
In which both parties claimed a tract
of about 250 acros of land on Hod
rlvor valued at ?100 pox aero. Tho
plaintiff also sued for $2500 damages.
Both sldas wore well roperosantod
and tho arguments closed boforo noon
and the caso went to tho Jury. With-
in a brief tlmo tho Jury returned a
verdict for tho plaintiff giving her tho
land In controversy and ?540 damages.
Tho following othor business was
Davo Crow charged with larcony
on "motion of his attorney his caso
was transferred to Tishomingo.
M. F. Moss was appointed a notary
public at Mllo.
J. O. Thomas was mado notnry
public at Doylo
J. C. McNeil vs. n. W. Mathews
'erred to Tishomingo by ngrce-
V. .. 'lowen vs. J. A. Puller et al.
dismissed without prejudice.
Win T. Holloway vs. Western Ok
lahoma Railroad company et al. Judg
ment against Bernard Corrlgan & Co.
and Pat Dawllng by default.
E. R. Johnson vs Lib Wall contin
ued by agreement.
S. H. Qbson vs. Frisco railroad
suit for value of cow. was on trial
when court convened afternoon today
Suitable for Ladies'
Tailor Made Suits and
Skirts the biggest stock
and best assortment ever
in tbo city just arrived.
Come in and look through
J. J. STOLPA.
Sonio cholco proporty closo In
also my homo ploco and some va-
cant lots In McIJsh Addition.
Will sell cheap and on time. Ap-
uly at 720 cor.Q St. 2nd avenuo.
S. W. or address P. O. box 2.
J. W. Johnson of Mllo was In tho
city today and left over the Santa Fo
this afternoon wth his two llttlo
dnughtcrs Mabel and Willie whom
ho will take to tho Bloomfleld Semin-
ary ten miles east of Dcnlson In the
southeast corner of tho Chickasaw na-
tion. This Is an Indian school of
much prominence among tho Indians.
TWILIGHT IN IRELAND.
Subscribo for tho Ardmorolto.
Over T. N. Coleman's
J. T. Nonce of Shorman
C. J. McKlnney Is here from Mari-
etta. R. Blackburn Is hero from Mari-
etta. C. P. Ansley camo up today from
II. Drake Is In tho city from Okla
J. W. Sholton camo In last night
J. W. Scrlmshire Is In tho city to
day from Mannsville.
Mrs. Laura James Is at homo from
a visit with friends In Guthrie.
Cyrus G. Keen a prominent attornoy
of Wynnowood Is attending court hero
P. L. Soper United States attorney
of the Northern district Is In the city
O. W. Patchell and II. M. Carr two
Pauls Valley attorneys nro In tho city
Mrs. S. W. Webster returned today
from Weatherford where she visited
Mayor Wm. F. Warren and son ana
J. W. Shelton and sister camo In this
morning from Berwyn.
Miss Hannah Norrls has returned
lo Norman Ok. to rcsumo her stud-
ies In tho Stnto Normal. " "
Capt. W. F. Whlttlngtonhas re-
turned from Honey Grove whero he
went to place his young son Willis
J. L. Zachrltz of Snpulpa and John
Hcln of Sherman two engineers of the
Frisco road are in tho city today at
tending court and a'ro witnesses In the
case styled S. II. Gibson vs. tho Fris
co railroad. This suit Is all about
a Frisco train running over and kill
Ing Mr. Gibson's cow near Colbert
and P. L. Sopor tho attornoy for tho
Frisco road Is here to defend the
rights of tho road.
T. C. BrookB of tho firm of T. C
Brooks & Son of Jackson Mich. Is
in tho city today. Mr. Brooks told
tho Ardmorolto that they were water
works builders contractors etc. and
wore hero to bid on tho Ardmore sys
torn of waterworks. Mr. Brooks says
they put In tho waterworks for tho
World's Fair at' Chicago and has In
stalled many plants slnco then.
Foley's Honey and TqV
cures cows prevents pneumonia.
T. N. COLEMAN'S.
It In IIIITerriil From Tlmt Seen In
Any Ollirr (.oiiiilr)-.
The Intorior of n typical Irish cnbln
Is n sorry night. Tin- tluor Ik of slime
uncovered except for a few run mam.
The furniture In of the poorcNt nnd
sometime! It U homemade; tablet Im-
provised from boxen chiilix from bur-
rols mid the hpdfi more like ittnlU for
cattle with their straw innttreMH nnd
bundle of rngs for clothing. A hIow
dull lire of pent given n chperlws
warmth to the room. What few dishes
there arc belonging to tho family are
arranged on the tunntclplece. Strips of
bacon dried cod mid herbs hang from
After a frugal meal Pat will take bU
evening promenade. It Is between mip-
per time nnd going to bed that the Irish
most enjoy themselves. An Irish twi-
light Is different from nny other; In-
deed It Is without n rival. It neeniB as
If there tho sun were loath to set. cast-
ing Its rays over tho Kmcrald Isle ninny
hi'irs after It had disappeared else-
where. In that delicious moment just
before It hnds Its final resting place for
the ulght It Is most enchanting. Over
everything is an unspeakable spell of
pence nnd quiet nnd n warm glow casts
Into shadow unsightly object) nnd sur-
rounds them with n mystic halo of
golden light It radiates into the hearts
of Ireland's humblest Inhabitants nnd
they sally forth rich nnd poor nllke.
mingling In a throng of living moving
London Thrnters of I.ouit Abo.
A writer In London Truth says that
in the early part of the eighteenth cen
tury the London theaters opened at 0
o'clock nnd as It was therefore uiui-
cult for playgoers to 'arrive punctually
nnd obtnln seats mony of them pent
footmen or hired men from the streets
to secure plnces for them. Theco sat In
the scatH until those who hud sent them
cniue. and tho custom prevnllcd until
17(!'I. when the system now In force
was adopted. "A footmnn used to bo
sunt early to take pluces nnd keep
them by tho simple but effectual plan
of sitting ou them till his masters nnd
mistresses arrived. Such a prnotlco
would now bo considered an Intolerable
nuisance but people In those days were
much less particular and appear to
hitvu thought nothing of sitting for an
uct or two cheek by Jowl with n flun
ky or worse with n vagabond picked
up In tho street." An allusion to the cus-
tom occurs In Fleldlng'H "Miss Lucy In
Towu" act 1. scene '' nnd Pepys In
his "Diary" occasionally mentions hav
ing hired a boy In the streets to occupy
a scat for him.
ARDMORE GOAL per ton $3.75
Delivered Promptly to any Part of the City.
ARDMORE ICE CO.
m 'Phone 1G6.
The Best McAlester Coal
Repairs for all stoves and ranges
4 tf. HALL & HI1.LIS.
W. A. Clark yardmaster at this
placeK left yesterday afternoon for Dal
las where ho will tako charge of tho
Santa Fo yards. Mrs. Clark go8 to
Cleburne for a few weeks whero sho
will visit her mother Mrs. Bettle Tay
lor after which sho will Join her hus
hand In Dallas.
Itov. Italph Ward of Arkansas City'
will assist In a series or evangelistic
services at tho First Prcsbytorlnn
church. Service begin at 7:30 to
night and will contlnuo throughout tho
week. Other services will bo an
nounced later. Everybody Is cordial
ly Invited. CIIAS WKITH Pastor
Arthur Jnckson was released from
Jail today under section 1042.
Subscribe for the Ardmorolto.
$6.50 Per Ton.
$3.75 Per Ton.
We Guarantee Correct Weights;
Coal delivered in ton or half ton
lots to any part of the city
The Laidlaw Lumber Co.
TJbo Ardmoro coal.
Lumbor Co. sells It.
No trouble to own a good gun. Wil-
liams Corhn & Co. haVo cut tho price.
Jniinn Onr .Inluril to China.
Jo nan conslhts of a group of "festoon
Islnnds" forming a long curve with Its
concavity toward the mainland anu
many of tlulr peculiarities are due to
their upheaval by subterranean forces
of which they are still one of tbo most
actlvo scuts. They were undoubtedly
connected with China and with the
land to the north of this nt no very re-
raoto period geologically speaking and
therefore like Great Britain and Iro
laud nro selenllllcally elnsslfled as "re
cent continental Islands." Tho proof
of this me twofold first they are con
netted with Asia by n submarine bank
less thnn a hundred fathoms beneath
the surface and this Is believed to be
as iu ull such cases a submerged Jand
tract: second tho animals of Japan are
closely hlmllar to those of China the
only plausible explanation of this being
tbnt formerly there was a land connec-
tion. Tho .W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
J. A Madden 218 Second ave.. N. V.
nqx'jYednoBuay afternoon nt 3 o'clock
Bulard's China Hall Is closing out to
ault business 10-lm.
BRAND NEW. GUNS.
23 per cent cheaper than
anjwbere ole. Factory
ioadod and home loaded
ahella In atock.
GUNS FOR RENT.
G. W. Ritter & Son.
North Washington St.
A now shipment ot Quocn Quality
HAMILTON CO.S SHOE STOB.E.
Manufactures Excelsior Oottou
Moss and Hair Mattrosscs.
Roworklng and Renovating old
Mattresses a specialty. Your work
solicited. Mattresses called for and
North Caddo Street.
W A Turner Jr Prop.
P. & F.
Standard of the World
We carry a fresh stock of it in
sizes at all times.
TYLER & SIMPSON
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