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mESEST ST06K! 8. LAPOWSK1 it BRO. , of Gaincflville, cnrry tho lnrgcst Btock of Dry Gooods to bo found in North Texns. Our Htock oonatots of ovory concoivnblo tiling to bo found in mercantile emporiums, ffuarantbb td tho people of Ardmoro who may come to soo ua tho greatest variotios over brought to this country. Wo are not unknown to the peoplo of tho Lone Star Stato, having been in business for th pant fifteen yoard in Abilene, San Angolo and Colorado City, and lately in Gainesville. In order to secure tho trade of Ardmoro, besides GUARANTEEING CHEAPER AND BETTER GOODS,' WE WILL PAY YOUR FARE BOTH WAYS WHEN PURCHASES EXCEED $20. Tho difference in cost of goods will pay you Lakoei.y fok Your Time. This offer io unprecedented, nnd only holds good for thirty days. Leaving Ardmoro on the early morning train, you enn make your purchases and return homo on tho afternoon of tho same dny. Bolow wo quoto you some prices : ( , 1 cents 4 'a cents Good Domestic Good Bleaching ' ninrVlnwl . b-jl . . . i - t CalicoB. ..-j 4 and 4 ' cents Good Jeans .'. Good Hat for '.v. Good Whito Shirt for . All-Wool Overshirt for , , 20 cents 00 cents 50 cents 85 cents Genuine Stetson Hat for S 3 00 Good Suit of Clothes for ... . ' 4 05 An All-Wool Suit of Clothos for 0 80 Tnilor-Mado Suit of Clothos worth S20, for. . . 11 85 ft U Dross ... 4 . Tho "same proportionate figures apply to our ontlro stock. Como oarly and avail yourself or our rare offer. Wo also havo tho finest lines over brought to Gainesville in Iiadifd' Goods, Silks, Hosiery, Underwear; etc., at the very lowest prices ovor offorcd. Romomber, for thirty days only. Respectfully, S. Lapowski & Brother. Metz Building, North Dixon Street, Gainesville, Texas. Tho Oil Mill. V H. Moor-, the hnsilliiK manager of the "II mill, I V" 1,10 A rd mo ru tin Hint all HiniiiliiijJ in the yny of the immediate HMrtlm: up of Oml lnlllu llmi In thn arrlvil n( some HiMltlonnl machinery which win shipped rol the tnctory ft. U. He ,in ,,nti mllkleut i-ceiPnii hand together with ihp tuiuro reee pta In keep the mill in oponitinii conlimi'i "ly during tho remainder df Hie 'neuron. Galvniton Ercurlon Can't Stop. ?aw lortiii Riul llmitliKrrtoloio on September U,,M u.l '-"J. Call up on the umlcWu'uiMi fur luillier infor- 1, ination. I. It- Mii-oii, Al. A. W. .'Cr'-ickPtt, i.f Granbury, . . ''1 -1... ..mot (if lll T.-xii,lH in inc. cn), "- K"-.- brothcr-ln-law, Dr. .0. H. MeCt. Mr. (Jrurkit 1 a Rraiid-'on of llio Immortalized' l'vv Crockett, the Murivr of the Alum f Ho; i-xj" hluifll ui li-lug highly I'l"""1 wl,h Arlmoro aud will remain several day. Tho Mito Society of the Chris tian church will meet tonight at tho rosidonco of Judgo Campbell instead of that of Rov. Volnoy Johnson, as per previous an nouncement. A cordial in vita is oxtendod to all. Ayci'a S'lrsiipiirl In in nut a secret prt'piirntiuit. Any phyBleian iuv linvi! t hit formula on application I he (.crri't ol itH fiicct'Hi hs a incd icino lie in ll extraordinary power to rloiuin! the blooil u( iiupuritic ami euro the must deep-seated canes f bliiotl-di-enec. ' lw f)r. I.m'Ik, of Merwui, is rcportcil .nriomlv ill. !'-U. II. McCoy was called to cpo 111 in V'Hrrday. The AnmioRElTE job office is brand sprinter now and it is under Hih control of a nrst cms juu prinlor. Mr. Volney Inhuou went to Pur--n .i.u ufinrnii ii io loin her liu b' tl tin- - ' I.bihI, wh I- tfcere etiiratfed in-a pro- I ri-tl men inn. .... i.l l. -...I., I ku. t,.r ili wliUki-n- lllll'KIIIKInl" doe., its woik ihuroiiKhly. coloring . i.u ii'litfli ivlieli II ii 1 1 r I ii urn" ii "i '' " t rv. will neiiin'i- inn, I Mill linen. Fall ND Winter Rcady-lVIadc Clothing For Men and Boys, li Prices toUrs fcloiiiy low. Our Clothing isllp to Datc in Style ' And Underneath in Price. Good Clothes are Best and Cheapest and Our Store is the Place for hat Sort. Wo Have Thoroughly Studied the wants of our Customers in the selection of our fall and winter Stock. Our assortment is various enoagh i u Fitthe Stoutest Buyer, and the Prices low enough to Suit the Leanest Man's Pocket Book. Our Suits are Irand New, Clean, Fresh and . stylish. Uiva us a look when in G-amesville. Stonum - Bros, No. 102 E. California St. Gainesville. Aeents for Knox Hats, Mothers' Friend Waists for Boys, Ed Clapp Fine Shoes for Men. Chief Marshal, Stowo this af- Miss Sarah Wnito, sister nrnoon levied on all tho nroner-' Hon. Fred T. Wnito. wont tv in sitrht of the Santa Fo, to I Pauls Valloy this afternoon. satisfy a judgment in lavor oil W. R. Campbell for dnmages sustained by burning ofi his pas ture Cashior Suter was mado custodian of tho attached property. Clerk Joe W. I'hilliiis 1 in tlie city, hnvlni: come over from Alt'Mei- Inrt liiuht. Tub Ardmoreitk or Court street job printing offico is fully equipped for all kinds of com mercial printing in tho very latest styles. lion- Solomon K. .luck-on relumed this nfteruoou from South McAleMcr. where he h.-ul been on profesuionnl lllllll('S. fjllou. W. A. Lfilbetter went Io (iaimsville thU afternoon ou profes fcloiuil bushicss. W. E. Washing, of Marietta, is in tho city. Wanted. All Rctivc ngent in i-ncli county In the Uiiiti'd Siiiti-i. to (.illicit fiibscrlp- tloliR fur llm 'rivli'i'.n.U'i'nk Itcimlilic. South Mr- A liberal coniniil.iii will be paid to liiHtlerH. Atlilri't-K buporiiitemleut cir culation. Mil! Kcpublic bt. Louis, Mo OOOUIMXIDOUIIU rLEET-FOOTED ZaURAS. . . riiMr DmU of tjp.ml Wlirn AUrmil b) th Uhll nt u Hill- Mall. Tho rapidity with which tbo dlf (oront zeliraa havo buon cxto; mlna ted, owtns to tho udvanco of civiliza tion In South Africa, 1m '.Iioii b roforcncQ to such works a that ol blr Cornwallis Ilarri9, wrlttoa in H4 i, in which tho author tells u that tho ()Uupg:i wu.4 at tho tlini fo.ind in "Interrcluablo I'.ordH," bands ol many hundreds boinj Ircriucntlj cen, whllo ho doscrilies Hiircholl's icb a as congroi;uttn in hordi ol tichty or one hundred, and abound inj; to a great extent; but now, after iho expiration of about fifty years, tho ono species is oximeter practical ly so. whllo tho othorhas bcon driven much farther uflold and its numbers aro jcarly bolus reduced. This author's description of tha common zobra Is well worth repeat ing, tuys tho faturday llevlow. lie says: "Seoklng tho wildost und most bequcstcrod spots, haughty troops ro exceedingly dlfllcult to approach, as well on account of tliolr oxtromo agility and flcotnoss of loot as from the abrupt and Inaovosslbla naiuro of their highland abodo. Undor the apodal chargo of sentinel so posted ot, soma adlncent crug as to oommand a view of tvery avonuo of approach, tho checkered hord whom painted skins adorn' Is to bo vliwei' perambulating somo rocky lodge, ot which tho rlflo ball alono can reach thorn. No Bounor hai tho note of alarm been toundtd by tho vldotto, than, pricking their long ears, th wholo flock hurry forward to ascer tain tho nature of tho appn achlng dangor, and, having gazod moment at tho advancing huntor, whisking their brindled tails alolt. holter-skel-tor away thoy thunder, ilown craggy preulplcos and overyuw Ing ravines, whoro no less aglla foot oould follow tbom." Of Huroholl's zebra ho ys "Ficrco, strong, Ccotand surpassing ly beautiful, thoro lti, perhaps, no quadruped in tho creation, not erem excepting tho mountain zobra. mor splendidly attired or presenting picture of moro singularly attraotiva beauty ' ob us aro by no moani amiable animals, and, though many of the storios told of tliolr forbcltf aro doubtless much exaggerated, Uu-y have so far not proved then lolvci amenublo to domoitlcatlou. Haifa Dollar to Know It All. I-'iir only liliy renin you cnu get llio SciiiU Weekly News (Uiilviton or liiilhis) every Tucnilny anil Kriilay for Dix llilllllhh. This will take you through ntul bc yoiui what bids lair lo lie nun of the most cx:iljiir si.ntc campaigns evur wilnesseil. l'i. Tumi's. 1 1 mill M) cciils to your po3lmn(.iii or the local newMlcaler.or m-iii! ilireci in A. II. U'lu & Co., l'lililii-hnrv, ami gel full proceedings nt the political procession in llio bust general news paper iu tho.suuth west sixteen pages a week. WAKNING ORDKlt. In tlie Uiiilril Stutrs Crurt in the In iIIhh Territory, Third .linlieial Di vision, October Term, 180 1. John V. Walker, Plaintiff, TS. ilnry M. Wslkcr, nofenilnnl. The defendant, Mary M. Walker, is warned to, appear iu this court iu ilii'tv ilavicnd answer the complaint of I lie pftinliH.Johu W Walker. Wil iir.i the lion. Clins. It. Stuart, (Seal.) judge of said court, mid the m iiI Iheieo'l thl', '.Mill day of Septem ber, 1804 .1. W. Phillips, Irrk. lly P.. I. Pearce, Deputy. Johnson, 1,'ruce & Cruce, Attor neys. It. W, Dick. Attorney for Nun ltesiilcnt Defendant. Stylish and Durable CLOTHING. Our reputation ns lenders for all kind of Clothing is ' well known all over the stato. Wo carry the largest nnd host Brlcetid line of woolens of nny tailors in North Ti-xiih, and no miu can 8iirniina our mnlro and nt. In READY :-: MADE CLOTHING. Wo have no competitors. Our own designed garment spenk for thcniselvi s. All Ihoo who nro wearing our ninkenf clothing arelmppy and ciiiteiited.aiid thosu who never tried our clothing will ho ptirprised at the qualitv of g.iodf, also nt tho low prices Wo carry a largo lino of GENTS' FINE SHOES. We carry all styles and qua'itics of Hats. In Gents' Ktirnisliii fM we nro tho lenders. A call at our establish iiioiit will coiivinio you that wo aro advoiti.-iing JactB. HENINGER :-: BROS., Tailors, Clothiers and Men's Outfitters, GAINESVILLE, 111 LaCLEDE -:- HOTEL, GAufKSVILLK, TKXAS. Xcwly fitted anil renovated from kitchen to garret. First class in every particular. Ardmoro ami Territory trmlo solicited Street ears pass tho door. JOHN LA WltKNCK, Prop H WARNING OKDKIt. In tlie United States Courl in the In illnii i en itory, Third .Judicial Di vNioii, October Term, lbOi. Annie Holt, Pluiutiir. vs. Jack Holt, DefeiidHiil. 'I ho defeniiiipl, Jack Holt, is warn ed to appear, in . this court in thirty ih)s and All ) wcr tho complaint ot the pliiiiilllT,' n ii i u Holt. 'V'M !10 VM. Ii. bninri, lge ot mm i-mii i, ami uic ;lhht, lOlll day ol bcptrin- ACK LINE. ARDHORETOT1SHOMH1G0. A hack leaves Ardmore mid Tisho mliigo daily at 8 o'clock n. in., arriv ing at each place nt 5 o'clock . in. Hacks pass through Dm wood, Karle nnd Mnnnsville. Carry mail, iikscii gers nnd express. Thn Ardmoro liendiuarlei-8 nt Iho Central Hotel. HARRY JONES, Proprietor. RIDE ON THE 1 fin i can give you ;m for SI and save all pain. "I'shawl 1 ain't afraid. (To his wife.) Bit rlgW iown, Matlldy, and have her yanked.' A onu-armc-d man wai uked by woman how ho came to lose hit arm. lie promised to tall her If sho would not ask another question. Sho agreed, and he said it was bitten off. As ah went away she tald she wUhd ih kaanr what bit it otL t H K A I., -t3.il seal thercfi ucr, lesn Jos. W. Plillllns. Clerk. Ily S. L. (larreit, Deputy. Jackson Si Ivcndrick, Atlorneyx. II. II. Hrowii, Attorney fur Non Ite. blent Defendant. ArJmnru, Iml. Tir..Htpt. il. '91. Tn .Ml Whntn It Mttv rniirciu: .Milieu i ncrmy rfireii mill inn mm unj ni wciourr, ikii. inn urcn npoini i lor inn urnr. Iiiiroriliu netllln of llm Intinhltiuit of tre tloimr.i SO, Hi snd Hi. lp 4, n'Ulli II. t'SKt nf tin Indlun infililltm In thn Indlllll 'IVrrilurv. rorlnrui i.oriilloiKir llio lawn or .rumoru. ur lorn llio llouorjiblu I nlliit htntra court III the IiiiIIhii Ttrrltoiy. for the Tlilrd Judlclul In vUlon, nt Anliiu re. Pluuwlon li"li lr of the pplltloners tills, 21 out or t-mtMiiuor. inn. Ai.nr.nT ItnxNir., AKfnl WAltMKG OUDKU. t,i ilia lTnltfil Hhilc. Cnnrt In the Indian Trr rilory. Third Judlclnt IHvl.lou, October Term, 191. Laura A. I.ancailer, PlalntllT, v. will l.nncuitur, Dercnilant, Tb iBfMliiiit, will I,:mc ttr It warncx to ni.trin thU court in Ihlny iliy "n't anwer tllV COIO)lIUlH OI IHO HUlllliU, I'liuru ,UM C0vHnc Iho llmiomblH Charlrt It. Sluart rii. Judfr of aald courl. and thn arai Ihtrcof Ihla, llidxof 'i-pifmbfr, lUM- Joa. '. l'nilllpa, Clerk. Ilr H. I,. On, idl, Iiepuly. .T.l.n .t- rrmlrfrk. AttornfTB. W. It. Ilrowo, Altorury for Non.Kcaldent Dflcndunt, WAUNINH OKDUIt. In (he United States Court in the In dian Territory, 't hird Judicial Di vision, October Term, 1801. Fred Ii. Hoyucmnuu, Plaluliir, vn. Nora flcynninaiiii, Defendant, I'ho defendant, Nora ller.icmatin: a warned lo appear Iu this court In thirty tiny (i and answer llm complaint of the pliiiiitiir, Fred U. Hyniif maim. Wltnces the linn. Chan. it. Mtiarl, fHK'Al1 JiiiIl'c "f eald cuurf, and the hrnl Ihereot this, 11th day of Septem ber, 1804. .los. v. riillllpt., Uierk. lly S. Ii. Garrett, Deputy. .Iiickson & ICendrick, Attorneyx. II II Brown, Attornoy for Noii- Kckideut Dili iidanl. WARNING OIIDKH. In llio Oiillcd Slates Court in tho In diau Territory, Third Judicial Di vUlon, October Term, 1801. .John II. Smith, Plniuliil, V8. J, W. E Mrrwnod nnd J. II. David son, DefeiidaulH. Thn defenilaul, J. W. Kaslcrwood Is warned to appear In this -court Iu thirty iImvh ami answer tho complaint ot Ihu plHintlll, .Inn. U. bmltii, Wltiu-HH the Hon. Chas. II. Stuarl (hkai.) JuiIK"' of said court, and Iho Heal thereot this, lOih day ot Septem ber, 1891. Jo. W. Phillips, Clork. Hy S. Ii. Garrett, Deputy. Ledbotlor & Dledsoo, Attornoys. A. Eddleiiian, Attoruoy for Nou. Ilesldcnt. Eecl - Express, The New Night Train On the Santa Fe. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS a NO-FREE RECLINIIVIG CHAIR -CARS. i . .i, ..- The Quickest Time BETWEEN iiORTH AND SOUTH TEXAS, AND A Solid vestibuled train 1JHTWHI5N Galveston &, St. Louis "W. S. Kcenaxi? G. P. A. Gulvefton, Texas. 6US -. JiUCIHAM Dmler in lino liquors. All ordora giveu prompt atten tion. Corner Elm nnd Commorce 8t8., Guini'BVillo, Texas.