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rdmoref Friday, February 16, 1906.,
THE DAILY ATtDMOREITE.
The most complete line in the city. Solid Gold
20 and 25yenrcnses, and all grades of movements
from 7 to 21 jewels
"jewf.leh i WALTER
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
Of Every Variety anil Hie
At Confectionery of Julius
piione Humbor 7 n
Best llaclc Lnne m me cuy.
jjONLT NUST CLASS THAUK CATKREO TO.
T. E. Chonte. Prop.
For Carriage or Baggage
VRDHORE TRANSFER CO.
t In Klotrleal Work that vou want eo
A. A. NOLGOEV1B i
Li Electrical Contractor. oIUco l V Main
worlc BUuraniuru. uun-o i
Chile Stand and Restaurant.
I have bought the Mexican Joe
.Ho stnnd ami Short Order RcJtnn
at on Caddo street and Invite nil
ends nml the public to call. Polite
1C-3 U. S- IX)WCRAFT.
In tho United States Court in the
Han Territory, Southern District:
.Mary Agnes . .'ey, niaviun, v. o.
Coffeo. -vndnnt. No. C5X6.
rhe defendant, J. W. Coffey, is ,
rned to appear In this court la (
rty days and answer the complaint j
tho nlaiutlff. Mary Agnes Coffey. ;
Witness the Hon. Hosea Townsend,
lge of said court, and tho seal tnere-,
this 2nd day of Fbruary. iuo.
tSai) C. M. UAJiniai''-. 1
W. S. OROCICBTT. Deputy.
T. L. Wrlglit, Attorney.
torney for non resident, A. K. Swan.
hrat published Feb. 1, 1906.
Maratou'a foundation and piers are
st, prettiest and cheapest materia..
n love? Yea, well .Uiey try those
melons sweet and sour p'ckles nt
asler's Meat Market. i"
lememher that Maraton ihbki
ut tldewnlka, Phone , . -u-tni
CARTER & GANNON, agents
,tnriliG THB rOLLOWIHO BELMOLB C6PWtB .
..., i-i.,ii AHKoratiPB company ""'"" --
owroB-nooen oldq. oven
prrica in i
T. N. COLEMAN
C. DEAN i qticim
4 doors West City Nat'l Dnult
Undertaking and Embalming.
North of Ardtr.ortlte, North Washing
tun street. Phone 341 niul 133.
It It's n nice suite of ofllce rooms
you want, nee It. W. Rnndol. ."tt
FOU 5 A LI.
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK
CmcUors nnd Kkki
PLAIN VIEW FARM
Kolli J. lflnif, 1T.i:. Tclophono tfi
are put up right
they will do you
go.od We pit
them up as the
and intends they
should be put up.
We are superior
c o m. p o u 11 (1 e r s
of any physician's
01 1 1 118
Free delivery any
where in the city
until 10 o'clock ev
We are Druggists, notDoc
tors. Wo never prescribe.
lorwrllore of Phtladelpbla. UprlDtUnld
109. West Main
4 4- .
J It (.TTimMIn of Diitfenn- Is in the
Ian Plrard of Atlantn, On.. Is '.n
J. S. StppbanRon was litre today
II. H. Rrown Is back from Tlsho-
M. n. Canon of Chletmaua wm here
Mark Ilabeock of Km acta Is hre
Joseph Brlckel of Dallas was a via
Itor last night.
J. ir. Uounds of Kingston wa lu
tho pity yesterday.
J. M. Browning a banker of Mil'
Cn k. H In the city.
J. O Fletcher, a prominent busl-
ne- man of I'rowiee, waln the
Division Freight Asm C B. Hart
of the Rock lalaud wus lu ihe city
Mn. Ooodloe and boy returned ,b
Marietta today after, a pleasant visit
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. Hardy.
, Mrs Jake Dreyfus of Iloff, accom
l'.mU m1 by her ecu, Sam Dreyfus. Is
lien- visiting her daughter. Mesdnmes
lofl Weiss and Mike Goldman.
Mrs. Win. Ouy of Sulphur Is lu the
(iiy 'he guest of Mrs. 11. W. Outer.
Mr4. Guy Is enthusiastic over the
rrmprcts of the building of a home
for Confederate soldiers In Artlmore,
nr. J. L. Wilson of Washington, D
(' . who has been in Iho city for tho
ian two weeks, on n visit la his broth
'r. H. J. Wilson, dopnrtod yostcr
day for California whore he will visit
, before returning homo.
II. II. Sain of WorthliiKton, Minn
was n pleasant caller at the Ardmore
ite olllco today, Mr. Sain 1ms secured
;;rMD"rty In Ardmoro and leaves today
for Minnesota to close up his affairs
"1 if. He will shortly roturn with
family and engage in business
MI'-s Ottie Oray who 1ms been lu
tin- tlty the guest of Mrs. Ia N. MuH
do' l departed totlny for Clncrnnstl,
Ohio, where she will visit before her
return to hvr home In Florence, Ala.
Miss flrny became quite poular durliiK
hrr brief stay in th'e city and her re
turn for nnothcr lelt Is hoped for.
K. P. Alsup and family rarae in from
Ardniore tlili morning from n several
days visit. ljfiiH and Martha
Durnnt left for Ardniore yesterday af
ternoon, accompanied by Mrs. Ito-
' beckah Jnckson, thrv will 'be gone sov
eral days In thnt city cn husinoss and
visiting friends Dttrant News'.
Tennessee Triumph seed potatoes
$f.20 per bushel. Onion sets 2Cc a
Fiillon at J. A. SKIPWORTH'S. 1C-2
A Good Attraction.
Manager Rcb'son has been so for
tunate as to book Cordon & Bennett's
production, "A Royal Slave," for an
engagement of one night in the near
future. This attraction la much
i:bove the average nn.il will
b& one of the notable events of the
theatrical season In this olty. Opera
house, Monday, Feb. 10. 1G-St
Had Better Go.
The arrest of the "vaga" which oe
eurrod several days ago and the fluoa
an-.egeed to each, Is but-the beginning
(.:' r-n -itt". -it to oust alt non-worker
out of Ardniore, so says Chief of Po
lice Oarrott, thcroforo those who
have- no visible moans of support had
better acquire some or leave town.
Mr. Garrett snvs he was glad wIimo. Ua
saw the writo-up 'tho Ardmoreite gavoJ
yesterday afternoon on the vagrant
question aB ho wishes, to improes on
that class of pooplo, that the town
can got along without tholr forming
a part of Its population, and advises
Uiem to leave
Stlllwoll II Russoll received a tele
gram this morning announcing tho
death of his brothor, Dan-L. Russell,
a prominent nttornoy of Bolton, Tox.,
who has been qulto sick for sonio time
past but who was reported better. Mr.
Russell startod from PauU Valley but
was Intercepted by a" telegram horo
stating that tho funeral would tako
placo this nfternoon, making it Impos
r.iblo for him to reach Belton.
A LIDERAL DONATION.
Daughters of 'Confederasy Receive
Subotantlal Aid for Home.
The' enclosed noble response to my
appeal In behalf of the Old Confed
crates home merits notlre and emu
I semi It to ou hoping that Its be
Ing published In your widely rend ml
umns, may lndu e of U era to "Oo ami
Lot ua work for ererythlug that
will redact honor and credit on our
bjlovfrd Arilninre. ns well as lo honor
our old heroes.
illlS. it W. CA11TI8H.
President dhlck.inw Chapter. Dnugh
ters of Ue Confederaoy.
Ardmnre, K b id, '08.
Aramaife. I T.. Feb. U. 10n.
Mrs. It. W, Carter
'Dear Madam I take pleasure lu
responding (o vonr call for n donation ,
to be uaatf In the ronstrnotton of a
Home for Cnnfi derate Veteran. I
will give Mio hundred dollars fpr that
purpose. Yours ery truly,
W. A. LWmiKTTRIt
Rav. H. E. Robblns.
Iter. II. 15. Robblns occupied the
pulpit at the Kplsconnl church last
evening and his sermon was greatly
onjoyed by the large audience pres
ent. Kev. Robblns Is a fluent speak
er and one of the most Intellectual
pastors thnt have visited Ardmnre for
some tint. Ills sermons here have
aroused considerable enthusiasm and
Interest nmohg the the members of
the congregation and lllshnp ltrooke
Is to be commended for making the
request upon Rev. Robblns to visit j
Indian Torrltoiy and Oklahoma. He
will connlude his mission work to- j
night and will depart for Muskogee
tomorrow to bold a week s services
In that city.
After leaving Muskogee he will re
turn to Ilia home In N'ew Iledford,
Mass., ami his three week's visit to
Oklahoma and Indian Territory will
hnve been pleasantly spent. Rev. Rob
bin will arrive home to hold Ash
Wednesday sen Ices. Ho Is rector o'
the St .lames church of New Uedf,ord.
Ko over f- vears ho wn located
lu New Vc. e time wtia
rector of St. M c' :n-h In Ann
Rev. Robblns stated today that he
was groatly pleased with both Okla
homa and Indian Territory. He tnld
the richness of the country InHurod
This nftcrnoon he Is being enter
talnod nt Hit rectory by members of
the local congregation.
Drs. Fann A Woodard have moved
their oulce to rooms over Bonner's
drug store where they want thei:
friends to call and see them.
M-tf ' FANN ft WOODARD
"A Royal. Slavs."
One of the very betit attractions
which will be seen here this season
Is Gordon & Bennett's beautiful pro
duction of "A Royal Slave." ' which
conies to the opera house next Mon
day night. Tills Is the only play on
the stage dealing with events in Old
Mexico and its two years before the
American' theater-rolng people have
won for !t remarkable popularity not
only from a Utorary standpoint but
ns n scenic 'production Is has rarely
been equalled for inagnlocenee. 10-3
Coupon book at this office, $5, $10
nnd' $20 sizes.
The. funeral of Mrs. W. R. Baum
baoli, mother of our esteemed towns
man. C. W. Bauinbach took plsae in
Wadena, Minn., today. Mr. Ilaumbach
has the sympathy ot' all who know him
In Uie loss of l)li mother and sad be
reavement. Rumors of sale of valuable Main
street property are In circulation, it
la reported tin1 jevernl Main street
lots have been purehiJued by outside
parties. At the clerk's office nothing
could he learned of theae transactions
as no records hiTYe been made so far.
It may be said tlutt realty la on the
Juoionse In value and that foreign
nartles regard Ardmoro as one of the
hijiCtowns in tho southwest.
'WAN'THI-To Buy. iv one-room . ser
'vnnt's hotiHO. Apply Gilbert 13. Shu
nlnn. . 10-2
Will the irty who through mistake
carried away the. large white silk
shawl, shell pattern, from the ball nt
the Elk's liall Wednesday evonlng
kindly return to Mrs. B. W. Roborts.
Miss Hnttlo Harper, G street, north
east, entertained with a Valentino
supper at her homo Wednesday even
ing. Tho affair was n success nnd
highly enjoyed by nil who nttonded.
For bargains in tiro dry goods lino
call on the Ardmoro Dry Goods Co.
Wo aro mak'ng room for our spring
goods. Conio and sco our clearing
prices and be convinced. Ardmore
Dry Goods Co. 1C
LYNN, the Shoe Man, S
- - -
Stevens, Kennedy Spragins Co.
MAIN STREET, AHDMORE. I. T.
We have some good farm lands to
MULLKN St MULLEN,
2S-tf Aiilmore, 1. T.
Thee is no other cement
quite so Uurnble as thnt dono by
Maraton. Phc.ie 3 SC. 2D-lm
Phone 205 lor
inunl ami I" 'In
Let mu rnlliiU.1 mid lepalr your
piano. R. U SMITH.
C21 A Street N. W. Phono 038
Referonce B. B. Luko. 22 tf
100 Men's 5-ails
$ 200 pairs Men's
100 Men's Hats
Big lot Men's Hats, -worth
grade are, light colors, and
MCMBMSHassHesMBSMSiiSMwanu J J J Ba33MapsBaTifwiisigaaBsisgg3 j.
i Alterabonale t
m Big lot Men's and Uoyg' Xlata, worth from 50c to or y.
m si.oo; nt 2 a
Men's Wool Underwear -3 Off 'm
Big lot odds and ends in
Two Bic Tables MEN'S
Lot worth up to S3
Lot worth up to 2
STORE OPEN TILL TEN O'CLOCK
You the Man
wlio liivurhosOr.uii.r(l Labornml
buy your -.boos of u
PROVE THAT VOU ARE
Tliis Hign is never out
who to Uhm'i is it well
regulated kitchen with
wood cooking utensils.
" 8 "i Your tioublcs will
ceuse, youv food will lie
bettor, and your "pin
money" will go farthor
when you buy till of j our
Ardniore, I. T., Feb. 10, 190C.
This Is to notify nil persons con
cerned that the firm of Hanks & Den
nett is this day dissolved. H. W.
j Hanks will contlnuo tho buslnosB and
I settlo nil outstanding ludobtcdnosii.
1C-2 II. W. RANKS.
Face Mnssngo, Manicuring, llnlr
Drosslng. Glvo treatment only nt my
place of busluoss, Room 7, second
floor, Noble block. 8-Ct
Tho Ardmorolto for ni; tao news.
Panfs t Price
frflin 75c to $2.50; the higher
Men's $1.50 Shirts. 98c )
Men's $1.00 Shirts 68c
Men's 50c Shirts 25c
50. at $1.78
50, tit u. .$1.28