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if WILL BE A CHRISTMAS OF
ill want to p?3p3ir3 foritb visitiiig our, store .
and seeing pur line of pretty and useful presents
Have prepared for it, bbuying a f magnificent
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u The latest novelties are now in stock, ranging
from the cheapest to the best. No back numbers.
. The stock is composed of this season's most de-
ahlo nvnrliictioris. Don't buy until voii have
deady Made Sofa Pillows, Sofa Pillow Tops, .
Eider Down Comforts, California Blankets,
Tapestry Covers, Linen Sideboard Scarfs, Tray Cloths,
W aTo Arrive This Week:-a
The most complete line of Neckwear, Fancy Hosiery, Fancy
cncnpnders. Initial Handkerchiefs, Jap Silk. We invite an early
"Satisfaction or Your Money Bach."
W. Oo BUS
'y . " A Startling Success.
The rehearsal Friday night of
tie Big Ardmore Minstrels was a
iseeess. . Thirty-five members were
attendance. Everything moved
ol jsmoothly and the orchestra
ieeined at its best. The music in
this attraction will be a leading
; feature and is not excelled by music
Mf. Skinner is preparing to give
tht best performance that has been
on the local stage this season.
Kindly remember that this show is
jives for the benefit of the Benev
olent a'ssociation. Rehearsal will
Hike! again Monday night at the
opara house and all the participants
are, arged to be present again.
All i members of the Ardmore
Commercial club will meet at city
i&fl'Mouday evening at 7:30
Remember the special millinery
sale at Mrs. James' on Monday and
Toesday of each week.
Fourteen prisoners were brought
Itre yesterday evening from Pur
eel! and placed in jail. The greater
wmber of them were convicted of
felonies during the Purcell terra of
Dodsou Hill was before the po
lice judge, Jno. Gait, yesterday on
charge of wife beating. The
darkey entered a plea of guilty,
paidafine of $8.15 and was released.
Broadway Carriage Shop .
All kinds of work at Allen's
carriage shop on Broadway.
Wood work, all kinds.
Cushions mended. . .
Cushions made new.
Buggies painted,' all styles and
prices. ''Nicely painted single
trees, ready to put on your buggy ,
always in stock and in fact any
work usually done in any shop
and he makes the right - prices for
you. Try him. 3tf
R. B. Wilkersou is suffering
from erysipelas ic the face. .
Mrs. Kloski has a new line of
imported china tea and dinner
. A five-pound girl arrived yester
day morning at the home of Mr,
and Mrs. Leo Frierael.
Glass, Opal and china ware, very
appropriate for holiday presents at
Look it Over.
Imported grapes. Canadian Red
and Baldwin apples. Choice can
dies and fresh nuts at E. B.Pughs.
Lost Oh-Main street Tuesday
afternoon, a lady's gold watch.
Finder please leave at this office
To Cure a Cold la One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine
has It. B. Q. on each tablet.
T. N. COLEMAN &
Satisfactory Holiday Bargains
Sons of Confederate Veterans
There will be a regular meeting
of the U. S. of C. V. in the may
or's office Tuesday night, Decern
ber 5, at 8 o'clock p. m. Every
member of the Camp should be
present. There is important busi
ness to transact. Come promptly
at the regular hour.
Wh. M. Fraxklin, Com.
W. H, BlXGHAM, Ajt.,
Hon. , Stillwell H. Russell, of
Dallas, Texas, was in the city Fri
day, and during his short stay here
he established a law office and
formed a co-partnership with Ed
gar Wilhelm, of this citywho now
has charge of the office over the
City: Drug store. Mr. Russell is
well known as one of the leadiDg
criminal lawyers in the South, and
his addition to the Ardmore bar is
a welcome one and makes this bne
of the strongest bars in the south
west. He used his usual good
judgment in selecting Mr. Wilhelm
as his office lawyer. He is exten
sively acquaiuted throughout the
country. Mr. Russell intends to
spend the greater part of his time
at his Ardmore office.'
Lhe wolf chase Monday after
2 odockfnear the; Wal
ls! .. :xa
campment, No, 10. 1. O. O.F.,
heldsFriday night The iV
rout; ejwork of the camp was -liver,-
; by tteelection of office
for't-a ap; rrachirj term. . TLj
result Of the election Is as follows :
1 It: Mason Chief '.Patriarch;
9am' A. Weis High Priest ;
vJ.-.L. Johnson Junior Warden.
Chilion Riley Scribe.
D. T. .ifisbett Treasurer.
cott refeidence" ill tounda- if iU be
entered free and a purse of f 5 will
be given the leading dog. After
the wolf has-been led a mile and
the race that distance seen the ani
mal will be turned loose and the
dogs put in pursuit. The ladies
are invited. ' . ?. r ".
Kid gloves of all kinds worth
$1.25 1 at ; Mrs. Kloski's for ? 75c.
Also kid gauntlets at 50c per pair.
All members of the Ardmore
Commercial club are t requested to
be present at the regular meeting
Monday night. There is work of
an importamt nature - for the city's
welfare and development."
The Ahdmoreite, daily and
weekly, can be found on sale at all
times, at the -News Stand of Boyd
and London on Main street, where
you can also leave your subscrip
tion. . f ; "-.
"No smallpox yet," is the way
the Gainesville papers have it. In
Ardmore the question is, have you
On account of inclement weather
the association did not meet, es
previously announced. It is ear
nestly desired that all members and
thoe interested in the cemetery,
attend the next meeting on Mon
day evening, at the Christian
J. W. Golledge, President. '
Mrs. Ed. S. Noble, Secretary.
The Ardmobeite has facilities
for preparing good, clean, convinc
ing advertisements,' and when we
know the line of business to be
advertised, and its general condi
tions, we know where to place
them to the best effect. A trial
will convince the most skeptical. -
E. P. Smith, charged with horse
theft, was brought here yesterday
from Judge Wolverton's court and
landed in jail by Deputy Tom
I-eading ",and Up-t5 dat;
4 11 wjr-f rj
'if 0 '
isv receiving the finest and most ele
gant line of Holiday Goods ever dj
played in Ardmore. Ladies are espq
Jally in'Yeclto' call and examine.
Swinging lamps, parlor lamps,
reception lamps they are really
handsome, and Mrs. Kloski has re
duced the prices especially for holi
days. , .
Mrs. James makes special prices
on millinery on each Monday and
Tuesday. Don't forget these days
when you want good stylish milli
nery at the very lowest prices.
Drew Orphan, the negro shot in
east town last Tuesday night by
Fennoil, died of his wounds yes
terday. Fennoil is in' the federal
Attention! Knights Templar. '
There will be a meeting of . the
Commandery Monday night for the
election of officers. A full atten
dence of all members is earnestly
W. F. Bowman, E. C.
Fob Rent. A four room cottage
immediate)- buck of W. O. Dus
toa's residence, , . Apply . to ;.Ed
Ringer. 5' :--3-tf.
elub meeting on
Fob Sale One new four room
house, situated in south part of
town. Will sell for less than cost
of lumber. See us quick. Tisdal,
Troutman & Bridgman, fire insur
ance and real estate agents 3-2t
' Foe Sale -A good G room
house, desirably located, big lot,
will sell for almost one-half cost
of improvements. Tisdal, Trout
man & Bridgman, fire insurance
and real estate agents. 3-2t
Saturday Jkloralns's Flr; j
iA few minntea before 2 oJ clock
Saturday morning a locomotive in
the yards sounded a fire alarm.
The alarm quickly spread bcinjf
followed -'with blher' whistles, the
fire' bell and the persuasive arouser
the pistol. The blaza wal located
near Hargrove and proved to be
the three : room cottage belonging
to Postmaster Moran Scott, oc
cupied by Will Hill. Its destroy
tion was complete with all the con
tent. Mr. Hill effeqts were fully
covered by insurance. . Mr. Scott
had $200- insurance on the build
ing, which was recently built at a
cost of i $450. The origin of the
fire is aseribed to a defective flue.
During the fire which destroyed
Moran Scott's building, near Har
grove Saturday morning, the ad
joining residence or Mr. tsaii was
several times in imminent danger.
Mr. Ball is thankful to those
who worked so faithful in protect
ing his home on this occasion
Remember the regular meeting
of the Commercial club ia Monday
night Dec. 4.
United SUtes Court. : .. '
The United States court for the
southern district of the Indian
Territory will begin its fall session
at Ardmore .tomorrow, with the
heaviest criminal docket every be
fore a court in the southern dis
trict. We are also , informed that
the work of the grand jury will be
more laborious and voluminous
than at any former sitting.
: For the best Fruit Cake made
for the Holidays, go to Spiegle's;
25c per pound.
Advertisers should avail 1 them
selves of the columns of the Ard
moreite during court session. Ex
tra numbers of our papers will be
printed every day and placed
gratuitously in the' hands of the
hundreds of strangers "who 'will be
here. The Ardmoreite claims to
understand the rudimentary prin
ciples of advertising and possess
proper application. Send in your
advertisement the Daily Ardmore
ite will do the rest.
Two tough youngster's, Cleve
Fisher and Will Winan were be
fore Police Judge Gait yesterday
morning, charged with vagrancy,
they were each fined $13.90 in de
fault of which they were given em
ployment on the streets.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH. -
Bible school at 9:45; preaching .
and communion at Hi evening
preachin el it T. Everybody in
vited to attend. t -i'
E. B. Watson, Pastor. !
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday school at 9 s 30 a. m';
preaching at.ll a. m. B. Y. P; t7.
meeting 3 p. m. conference meet
ing 4 p.m.; preaching 7:15 p. m.
Communion after sermon.. You,,
are cordially invited to attend these
services. ', ) I '
All of the members are expected
to be at the conference meeting. '
J. F. Young, Pastor.
ST. PHILIP'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
First Sunday in Advent. Sun
day school 9:45 a. m.; Solemn
Matins and sermon 11 a. m.; ves
pers and address 7! 30 p. m. The
sacrament of Holy Baptism will be
administered at the morning ser
vice. All cordially invited. '
Henry B. Smith, Rector.
CARTER AVE. METHODIST CHURCH.
Sunday school 10 a. ra. ; preach
ing 11 a. m.; Epworth League at
2:30 p. m.; preaching at 7:15 p.,
m. Everybody is invited to attend.
T. E. McKenzie, Pastor.
, BROADWAY METHODIST CHURCH.
Preaching at 11 a, m.; Sunday
school at 10 a. m.; Junior League
at 3 p. m.; Senior League '4 p m.
All are cordially invited.
J. M. Gross. Pastor.
Services for Dec. 3, 1899. Sub
ject: God, the Preserver of Man.
Golden Text: Psalm, 121:8. t
Responsive Reading: -Psalm 16:
Services 11 a.m.: Sunday school
10 a. m.
Wednesday evening, testimonial
All cordially invited to worship
the living God with us.
Every business man of Ardmore
should be a member of the Com
mercial Club. Please ask yourself
why you are not? Secretary.
hi , i ,
. There was nome spirited, throw--ing
at the rm of E. M. GoffV
fine young Jersey cow yesterday
afternoon. At our last report Ihe
ownership was still undecided, there
being a tie throw of 45 with : A.
Nichols and Lute Johnson to be
disposed of. r'-'
Cut Price Cost Sale of f
Our Entire Stock of Trimmed Hats, Tarn o-Sbanter Hats, Sailors, Misses' Trimmed Hats,
Baby Caps. We will sell for this week at Cost. Your Chance to Save Money.
Elegant line of Plush Capes, Fur Collarettes at 25 per cent discount.
You can buy late up-to-date Ready Made Silk Skirt worth $5.00 at
Medicated all Wool La lies' Vests and Pants worth $1.25 at
Ladies' Union Suits worth $1.00 Reduced to -
We are showing the largest variety- of Fascinators worth 75c at
Look at our 38c Corset worth $1.00." ' '. .
Closing out our Ladies' Silk Waists at Reduced prices. 1
Remember we have the Lai gest Stock of Millinery and
Xadies Furnishing Goods to select from
$1 BUYS $2 WORTH OF GOODS AT