The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 288, Ed. 1, Sunday, December 10, 1905 Page: 5 of 8
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Ar'dtnore Sunday December 10 1905.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
I The Stock of
I T T 4
i lUlIUciy VJUUUo
I I - I '
New Jewelry Store
Is tho Largest and Handsomest over shown in Ard-
moro. It is rich with all tho Pretty Artistic Things
for Christinas and Wedding Gifts our goods arc
Bought Direct from Manufacturers
and our prices arc absolutely tho lowest Wo'im show-
ing some unusually prolty patterns in all tho different
linos this year and wo ask a comparison in design and
prico before making your purchases. "Wo have One
Price to All and Everything Marked in Plain Figures.
Fine Watch Repairing
WALTER C. DEAN
Jeweler and Optician
J 0-1 West Main Ss.
p. s. Wo havo the ilnest lino of Solid Gold 20
and 25 year tilled watches in tho city.
' " i 4
Jof.. Tailor of Aylesworth ia In
.1. II. Drown of Joplln wns hero
I. C. Drown of Davis was In Art-
A. H. Hooper was n visitor to
O. T. Andrews of Diirwood wns In
tho city lass night.
H. D. WIres was In tho city yes-
torday from Mndlll.
O. A. Hunt representative- of tho
Pythian Times was In tho city from
C. P. Hall of tho firm of Hall &
IIIllls has lotnrned from n business
trip to Arkansas.
J. D. Moore has returned from a
business trip throiiKh tho country. He
roports that there will bo n great
dcnl of Into cotton picking.
Dr. V. P. von Keller has returned
from Antlers where he has been for
tho past week attendlnu court lie
was an expert wltnos In n murdor
caso nnd was hold thero soveral days.
Attorney C N. KlnK of Sprlngplncp
Cla.. Is In tho city on IiuhIupss. Mr.
KlnK Is a senator In tho Oeorsln log-
lilature. Hp will remain hore several
ilnys and will bo n guest of John K
nnd I.eo (Jalt.
One-fourth off on boys kneo suits
nt I). J. TltUADWKLIi & CO
Den (. . I.oughrldgo for some tlmo
city snlesmnn with Swift nnd Co.
has resigned his position to accept n
position with Wliltoman nnd Horn
tho now commission firm.
OLD SANTA has come
to stay for tho Holi-
days and has made
Julius Kahn's store his
headquarters lor Christ mas
Novelties Candies and Bas-
kets. Nothing liner any-
where. Look at our win-
dow decorations : : : :
A Dellahtful Reception.
The beautiful now homo of Mr
j nnd Mrs. T. K. Kearney was thrown
open Thursday ovonlng tho occasion
1 belnjj a reception given by tho Broad-
J way Senior I.caguo In honor of tho
I new pastor Hov. II.. H. Watson nnd
I daughters. Tho Leaguers nnd their
! friends thronged every room of tho
1 largo and spacious homo and every-
one hail a Jolly good tlmo.
Hov. Watson has already bocoma a
favorite with tho young people nnd his
' chinning daughters arc qulto nn ad-
dition to tho social realm of Ard-
more. This reception wns tin xsxpres-
1 slon of tho good feeling of tho youn
i people. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kearney no
! BCrvo much pralso for tho delightful
i manner In which tho guests wero on-
1 tcrtalncd. Light refreshments) wore
served and after recitations nnd inn-
sic tho Leaguers doparted with many
oxpreslons of appreciation to the
host and hostess.
Dcnjnjuln Hrnnklln cigars PfO
lightning strikers. 10
Very llttlo business wns transacted
In tho United btntcs court yesterday.
Soveral cases went over till Monday
and the Jury wns .discharged early
in the day till .Monday morning.
If you want n good smoko call
for a Denjamln Franklin cigar. 10
W A. PRIDE ib 00
Do all kinds of Tin
& Plumbing Work.
Best Hack Lino in tho City.
ONLY FIRST CLASS TltADD CATKREP TO.
T. E. Choate Prop.
Card of Thanks.
To nil who In nnywny assisted us
In our Into bereavement with our
darling baby girl wo return to you
our slnccro thanks and gratitude and
shall nlways remember that truo
friends nro among tho best things
Mil AND MKS. J. W. DANKS
In memory of llttlo Ola Dcllo Hanks.
Entitled: "beautiful Hands."
noautiful beautiful hands
Hands to her wero given
From Him who reigns above.
To welcome us nil to Heaven.
Wo know that sho Is gono
To that beautiful homo nbovo
Whoro sickness and sorrow novcr
Whoro nil Is peaco nnd love.
Sho's Just gono on beforo us
And Is only ono of seven
And with thoso beautiful beautiful
Will wolcomo us all to Hcavon.
Whllo wo part with her In sadness
And our hearts nro cut In twain
Yet thero Is a vein of gladness
To know In Heaven she'll reign.
And now thoso beautiful hands
Hands to her wero given
Aro now with God nbovo
And nro beckoning us on to Heaven.
Fresh oysters and celery dally at
City Fish Market. 3-lm
One fourth off on boys knee suits
from now till Xmas. 10-3
nt D. J. TltEADWELL & CO.
Miss Ada Dennett received a tcH-
gram yostorday from Hon. Lee Cniv
announcing tho safe nrrival of t'vo
-tatehnod special In Washington. The
di'l'-pates some two hundred we"-
lavUhlv entertained Friday night nt
tho Planters hotel with a hnnrjuc'
There wns a drop of several de-
rreos In tho tompornturo yestordny
morulng nnd persons prepared for n
cold Bnell. Tho weather was quite
chilly last evening.
Mayor Dick Calls Attention of Phy-
sicians and Others to Ordinance.
It hns been reported to mo by
members of tho City Doard of
Health that there nro physicians In
town who do not roport to said
board contagious and Infectious dis-
eases'. There Is nn ordlnauco re-
quiring nil physicians to do this and
upon their failure to do so tnoro Is
n heavv penalty. It seems strange
that nny physicians would so far for-
get his duty to tho public as to fall
to comply with this ordinance. It Is
also reported thnt people who hnvo
contagious nnd Infectious diseases In
tholr families nro derelict In regard
to trying to keop snld diseases from
spreading. It Is a well known fact
now that we hnvo a few cases of
diphtheria and scarlet fever In town.
The Doard of Health are using evory
menus within their power to stop tho
spread of thoso fearful dlsensos nny
nnyono fillliiK tc co-operate with
them or to comply with the require-
ments of tho city ordlnnncos In ref-
erence to same will he vigorously
prosecuted. Dy every one doing
their wholn duty nt this time these
fearful maladies enn be stopped and
a great denl of suffering nnd probab
ly tho lives of quite a number of
our children tuny be spnred.
It. W. DICK. Mayor.
Tho Children's Donovolenl Society
will meet nt Mrs. D. W. Cnrter's till
Sunday afternoon nt -I o'clock.
DAISY MAUI) WEIID Proa.
JENNIE HARDY. Secretary.
FRESH OYSTERS AND CELERY.
at E. II. puair.s
Daughters of the Confederacy.
Tho Daughters of tho Confederacy
will meet wlht Mrs. Simpson at tho
resldonco of Mrs. C. M. Cnmplnll
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Doys shoos nt cost
nt D. J. TltEADWELL &
Ril uction Extraordinary
Tills week wo nro going to soil our
entlro lino of millinery nt cxuctlv
hnlf price. CV.ir ladles furnishings
nt one-third off.
Tho Ladlos' Aid Society of tho Cen-
tral Unptlst church will meet with
Mrs. Sidney Sufgs nt 3 o'clock Tua-j-day
Fresh oysters nnd celery nt
10 E. D. PUOII'S.
Wo nro closing out our stock ot
boys shoes at cost. Cnll nnd seo our
lino nnd savo money. 10-3
D. J. TltEADWELL & CO.
For loans on city property seo H.
Fred Snider 718 West Mnln. Mm
If you want a good smoke try tV
Henjnniln Franklin the best 6c clrni
on earth. 10
Lucy Anna Robertt.
My nssoclato nnd very dear friend
Lucy Anna Roberts died Thursdnv
nt 9 o'clock a. m. Lucy was one ot
tho best and sweetest girls I ovo-
know nnd 1 loved her almost ns if
sho wns mv own sister. In fnct ev-
erybody loved her who know her. W'
lived on ndjclnlng lots nnd wero to-
gether every day. O how I do mhs
my dear llttlo friend nnd plnymat-1
Slio wns so good nnd kind' thnt !
know our denr Lord loved her m 1
hns tnken her to heaven to bo with
him. I too shnll bo good nnd met
her In our Father's houto In that
lnppy lnnd. So good-bye Lucy till
we meet ngaln.
Denjnmln Franklin cigars sells for
Gc but nro worth 10c.
WANTED Men to learn barber
trade. 10 positions 'or ovory grad-
uate. Top wages p. 1. Courso In-
cludes tools nnd di lomns. Can
nearly earn oxpenscs If desired.
Wrlto nearest branch. Molor Har-
bor Collego Ft. Worth or Dallas.
Everybody sells Denjnmln Frank-
lin cigars. 10
'L-"WBE8CUT THAYWm" J
Scene from "Over Niagara Falls."
Phono 78 for closed carriage nny
hour. Carter & King. 13-lm
Now winter goods ready for your so-
lection nt Stolta's tho tailor. 30-lm
Largo assortment of holiday pre-
sents nt Shuman Dros. closing out
jewelry sale. 3tf
ITawkeyo Fnmlly Snlvo Is guaran-
teed to euro Piles nnd nil Skin Dis-
eases. Docs not stain and nets quickly.
Tho world's greatest healing power
25 cents. City Drug Store W. B.
Open Again - Turf Exchange
220 EAST MAIN STREET
Honnlnk" (Wnshlncton n O) and Oakland (Bnn Frnnclnco) rnceij dally over apoctnl
wire flratraoo at 12:30 pm.Htmrp Uoelnatni: .ThnnkBiMvloK New Orleans races
Well equlppod ntlllard and Tool Hall In connection Dally papers anil Sporting
Journals on lllo
T. N. COLEMAN
Phone 4 . 109 West Main
There's nothing so
nice for a
We have the best
Prices $ I to $40
All kinds of
W. B. Patton's Latest Success.
Manager Uohison tnkos pleasure In
announcing the engagement of the pe-
culiar comedian W. H. Pntton In his
newest offering "The Last Itoio of
Summer." Patrons of tire opera house
look forward to Mr. Patton's visit to
Ardmoro each season with dcllgh'
nnd nro nlways assured an evening's
extreme plonsure for Mr. Patton a
plays aro clean rotlncd wholesome
nnd interostlng; nnd his company Is
nlwnys composed of Indies nnd gentle
men who nro nrtlsts In their particu-
lar line of work. Thoro Is In tho net-
Ing of Mr. Patton In tho character 01
"Dexter Hurley." a sieerlty and depth
of expression that Is convincing nnd
tho portrayal of self-consciousness that
is embodied In this unpretentious and
homely chnrnctor Impresses ono as
tho essence of an art that strikes the
chord of luiman feeling. It Is an nrt
that rings truo. Mr. Pntton is simply
himself in tho piny; his art is nature
Itself. Tho play is hrlgnt nnd witty
nnd thoro Is novelty In its presenta-
tion. At opera house Tuesdny Doe. VI.
Open All Nitwit Phono No I5
You Can Always Find It
Wu Deliver to Any Part of City
They must go ovory toy nnd holi-
day article our loss your gain n
10 MUS. Ill MOSEril
If tho person who took tho two
rings from tho plnno In tho opern
house tho night "Thou Shalt not v.u
wns prosonted will roturn them to
Miss Fay Burnltt no questions will
bo nsked. 7-2
L. D. MASON
Sells goods on easy payment. Kurnl-
nlture. stoves queonswarc carpet
matting. Tho poor man's frlcndi
HMin nnrlv whn tnnlr mv lint a
black No. 7 J. II. Stetson at tho Pres
byterian dinner yostoruay will Kind-
Iv roturn snmo othorwlso I will havo
to go bareheaded all winter.
10 II. L. DALTON.
What to Buy and Where.
Iluy him a Glllotto Safety Itazor
for a ChrlstmaB prosont.
What mini wouldn't npprcclato a
Conklln Fountain Pen for a Christ-
Books In mnny bindings nnd do-
signs on snlo here.
Toys and dolls that aro up to date
made this year no old stock In our
Christy Gibson Fisher and Rem-
ington color and black nnd whlto pic-
tures. Como In nnd select what you want
and hnvo it put away Wo will de-
liver your purchases anywhere In the
city at any tlmo.
Better como whllo tho weather Is
pretty don't you think?
BOYD'S B.OOK STORE.
On tho way to or from tho post-
Mrs. II. Moses wants to seo you at
II. Uiwqnstoln's to sell you holiday
goods at your own prices. 10
You cim't euro n coucht too quick
ly. Hoffman's Throat nnd Lung
Syrup Is tho quickest euro mado It's
pleasant to taKo anil is espocinny
good for children. Prlco 25 cents.
10 F. J. RAMSEY Druggist.
Stylo Service timl Fit nro tho throo graces
in shoptiiiikiiiy; a fourth is tho
111! Union Stamp the Emblem cf Orgaalzjd Lzbsr.
The Stacy-Adams Shoe
for men contiiins till these nnd tnoro. Thoy
and tniulo in tho finest of pat. kid vlci and
box calf Goodyear welt heavy double
sole it popfcot shoo for winter wear.
LYNN the Shoe Man
1 P. B
1 al V LfJl 210C.Moln Stroot
...EVESY DAY THE...
i Are Greater
TVrOTHING like our great "Price-Cutting"
l- Sale ever known before in Ardinorc.
Vcrj few people leave our Btorc without
buying the prices are convincing. II you.
haven't already attended this sale Up about
time. Just 12 more selling days before
Christinas and then this greatest of all
sales will have passed into history. Men
our ready-to-wear section will interest you
because the goods are as good as can be
found anywhere in Ardtuorc and prices
have been cut away below any competition
Shirts Hose Ties and Suspen-
ders at Cost and Eelow I
Men's Heavy Grey Hose regulur 8 for a quarter
kind hero tit 4 pr. for 25c
Men's Plain nnd Fancy 12 1 2c hoso cut to 8c
Men's plain and fancy lfie Iiluj cut to 11c
Men's plain and fancy 25c hose beauties some of
these are old elsowhoro at JISc now cut to 19c
Men's rej. 2rc Suspender' all stylos cut to. . . .19c
Men's 50c Suspenders including President's .... 39c
Men's 5c Ilandkorchiofs cut to 3c
Men's 10c Handkerchief 's cut to 6c
All 2ac Silk Ties cut to 19c
All 50c Silk Tios cut to 39c
Men's Negligeo Shirts nico patterns in a very
good Madras others soli as high as SI. hero at.. 33c
Men's Stylish & Substantial Suits
at Crushing Price Reductions
Men's $6.00 Suit fancy wash Molton well q a 4 r
mado and trimmed rog $0 suit cut to.. ..p4 1 D
Double Breasted Suit Fancy Scotch Cheviot sev-
eral neat designs pre-eminently a young rt i r
man's suit worth every cent of $0 cut to p4 0
Men's Double Breasted Suit Cheviot and worsted
an exceptionally good $0.50 valuo. You i nn
must seo this suit out to p4-U
Sinrjlc and Double Breasted Suit very good fancy
worsted for style and finish this suit can (n a
not bo equaled tit $10 now cut to p i U
Men's Sini'lc and Double Breasted Suit beautiful
pieco of all-wool fancy worsted very best of tailor-
ing and stylo just right; a high grrtde J(
12.50 value cut to tj)"iOU
Men's SacK Suit Fancy "Chovoit Worsted" it is
a beautiful pattern aud worth $12.50; wo qq A A
sold this at $11.50. Now cut to J)O.VU
Brown Melton Suit a particularly good raw-edgo
Molton workmanship could not bo better r
a $12.50 suit cut to pl.uU
Blue and BlacK Melton most sorviceablo pieco of
goods possiblo to buy a rogular $12 50 AA
garmont cut to 4)1
Single Breasted SacK Suit oxtra fine all-wool fan-
cy worsted swell stylo and vory best tailoring
worth $15.00; wo sold this at $13.50. Qft QA
Now cut to 7.U
Our entire line of Sch'oas Bros and other
fine Suits and Overcoats and Eagle Shirts
are cut to the very lowest possible price.
Get in Line During this "Great Cut-Price Sale."
ESTHER & DAUBE
Ardmor's Old Reliable Blue Front St ere
Remember our Store Closes promptly at 9 o'clocK
aaiurcay menu so como in urns
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