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tho Auoilnrlto Iurtlnn jvrous
forn Violation of tha Law
We have marked all our gooda at prices to conform with tho now
tariff and offer a great assortment, of nowly imporlod high grado
novelties in Silks, Dress Goods, etc., at from 15 to 20 per cent
less than olsowhoro. Wo aro proparcd in our Upholstery and Rug
i Departments to show you complotolinosof Brussels Rugs, Curtains,
Tnblo Covers and Silk Damask Brocatollo for Draperies. Onr fall
mportations of Aloxnndro and Lupin Gloves in Kid, Piquo, Suodo
and Castor, including many novelties in colors and scoring for la
dies and men, aro ready for inspection.
When Purchases Exceed $20 We Will Pay Railroad Fare Both Ways,
S. Lapowski & Brother.
Metz Building, North Dixon Street,
Ardmorc's tlrst brick residence,
that of Joe Waterman, Is helng
erected on the corner of Nichols
street and railroad avenue In North
Ardmore. It Is a four room cottage
and pretty design, the brick being the
vproduetof the Ardmorc hrlck yards.
wswas received hero this after-
of the arrest by. the Airniako
rnincnt agent, of commissioner
s for the Paris court at rurceli.
rnnnrt, luw It that (lutes In coin-
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with a number or oilier
ns went Into the uimanene
try on a hunting expedition with
llrst getting the proper permit
the Indian agent. Tho Indian
o found and carried them Jo Ana
(ilii'foietheaL'ent. who It seems
Mifs ltoc Sin th, n talented young
lady, Is In the city for tliu purpoto ol
teaching art. Shu hns ftudled in tho
best schools In New York, mid Is pre
pared to give lust ructions in oil,
c.niyon, pnMfllo mid chitui. ('nil nt
Mrn. Williams Mid seo fpeelmciin of
uiirk- unit 1 nm Hire; vein will not
llr" i li-ftvo without a Utlng your iinnio to
her list of pnpllf. 10 c o l-l w
Proprietor of tho CnnncUnu llotol
nt Purooll Accuncil Jointly
i 0. M. lloblnson, of Davis, was In
the city today. He says the excite
inent. over the alleged discovery of
gold- near that place Is considerable.
The Interested parties are sanguine
over their prospects.
You can get pure hog
Court Street Market.
The freight depot being erected is
assuming proportions bordering on
completion. As a matter of conven
ience to the constantly increasing
Led to accept their explanation business done here Its Importance can
Vol, holds them as nrlsoners. The
le of rurceli are very indignant,
the affair, but we presume all
'good they can get out of It will be
cap abuse upon the head or the
it for Insisting upon the discharge
A 'Wise Conclunlon.
urglars broke Into.l. It. .Sprngins&
i., hardware store, but Ilndlng tho
es of heating stoves marucd so tow
y wlselv concluded It was cheap! r
uy for them than to take tl.e
inii. -.vltli the aw nonce mey
fchuscd one each and went their
y rejoicing. Go and see his beauties.
not be over estimated.
lie AnoMoitiMTU acknwledges the
Hut of a bonnet of Deait-
tll (lowers, tho gift of Miss Myrtle
iiitt, also some line Irish imtatoes
m Mr. l'yeatt from his second crop
tubers raised this season. They are
ill highly appreciated.
jviiy don't you try souis of "dOran
i'h country sausage at Court Street
(Jennie Krnsher litis fitted up his
short nrdor rooms and is now better
tlmu ever nrmiarcd to nerve thori
orders in the most approved style,
Tlio value of tho Aiidmoukith as
an advertising medium, always su
I perlor to any other, will lie greatly en
i hanced during court. This fact Is re
spcclfully submitted to the business
men of tho city.
Conll Coal! Conl!
1 will be ready to deliver coal from
the ctir on the Kith. Leave- your
orders at my butcher shop near the
12-2t 1... H. JOHNSON.
Deputy Matt Cook was In tho city
last night enroute to Paris with tho
proprietor of the Canadian hotel at
rurceli. The name of the prisoner
could not be learned, lie Is charged
with being an accomplice with Itoh-
ertsln the murder or old man llller
. . ' t . ... i .1
it that place last wcok. n is sam
that facts concerning the killing have
recently developed which make It -pear
In tho light of a deliberate and
wanton murder. It lo ts Is in jai
l'ails. not vet having been able to
COTTON MARKET REPORT.
I Corrected dally by Clm.
Strict low ml'MlIni;
Unod middling ...
Cotton n-cd, S 00 lior ton.
. .. .is-i
. i 7-8
i'ho Aitn.MOitWTH learns from a re-
blosourco that a movement Is on
ht looking to the organization of a
pltulizcd corporation to be known
Tho Farmers Mercantile and Loan
bmpany. A milliner 01 me leaning
ashless men of the city are Interest-
c themselves In the enterprise,
Jilch promises to be a most Import-
it one. It will do a. general discount
pd loan business. As soon as the
'Vills of organization are perfected
W7.il account will h.o'glvon.
Fanners say that the frostof yester
day morning damaged cotton consid
erably. The damage Is greatest In
tho bottom lands, where the green
bolls were blackened by the frost.
Several fanners from different por
tions of the county were on the streets
today, and all say the crop will be cut
short. Sherman Register.
The Ardmoueite job offic'o is
brand sprintor now and it is under
tho control of a first olaB job
Sun nnd while perch in l'j cult's.
AND13USON & BUUCll,
twANiKU A inlddlo need woman
I) nhsUl in dining room. Apply tit
lliitc hotel, faeing th'iiot. 8-lW
There was an abundance of cotton
11 tho street today. The amount
probably reached SCO bales.
Finest tlsh lu tows ut
Dr. Adams an oculist of celebrity
of Quanali, Tex., Is in tho city pros
pecting with a view to a permanent
Workmen arc busy with brush and
paint on the passenger depot inside
and.out. The Improvement already
apparent Is very pleasing to the eyes,
esieclally those of strangers.
go to thr
Fornulco eleiin slums
Ceiitral barber shop
j The walls of tho Ledbotter &
lledsoo building are completed to
the third story nnd the work of con
struction is goln steadily on.
1 An active Agent iu each county lu
tho United Suites to solicit euhticrip
tlotis for tho Twlce-a-Wcek Itepublic.
jA libernl commission will bo paid to
liustlurs. Aihli'Dfcs Superintendent Jlr
ictilntioii. The Uepubliu 8l. l.oiila,.Mi)
Dr. Yarbrough, of Springer, Is in
! A team from the Ardinore livery
Klablo was brought In last night lu
almost a dylngcondltlon. Mr. Bowles,
Hie proprietor, alleges they were drlv
en to death, or so nearly so as to ren
dor them worthless. A law stilt for
damages Is In tho prospective.
the obstreperous prisoner,
of whoso encounter with
Deputy Marshal Scrivener, of Pauls
Valley, Is In the city, having coitio
down on the early morning train.
VOl SALli OH "7firDIi Two
resiliences, desirably located Apply
ut oncu to .1. H. Apollos. 'J-'M
Arthur Sloan, tho well known
young man for a long tlino engaged In
the dollvory business, has accepted
position with J. D. Kelly, .whero he
will be glad to lutvo his friends call
and see him.
Assistant Jailor (Sotf wis made yes
terday, Is getting along all right, but
his stubborn spoil remains unbroken
The big ralllo comes off tonight at
O'Monly's. The question now upper
most, Is will I bo among tho lucky
Louis Landau, the gentlemanly
young man who wonts ai .itiiiu
Kalin's is, wo aro sorry to state
confined to his home by an attack of
Tho two Job presses lu tho Ann
jioiti'.iTK ofilce are kept busy from
morning until night turning out the
tlnest of commercial Job work.
The phonograph Jlend Is again I
tho city, stationed at tho Palaco Drug
The clcrkTtind marshal s otllces arc
scenes of busy worktlieso days, mak
lug ready for tho sitting of court next
The crowds and Jams of wagons on
Main street very forcibly suggest tho
Idea of tho lack of width of that thor
oughfare. It should bo at least fifty
feet wide than It Is.
George Frasher has completed his
hake oven on the lot In the rear of
The AuDJioitinrn subscription list
Is lnr.roaslnir dally at a most
satisfactory rate. it is tlio
healthiest year old In the territory
and the people appreciate Its labors
in their behalf.
Cotton reached the low water mark
today, the iriceQbelng for middling
$4.50 per hundred ikhiiuIs. Surely It
.an go no further down tho scale.
r -lull Ilonewoinrn.
Dlfforout observers havo commented
upon tho inereaso of women riilora in
England who rido on tlio off slilo of
thoir horses. Tlio Kngllsh woman has
been taken as a model in horhowonmn
uhtn. mill hrr deiiai tnro in this respect
M-m riM-tnliilr havo its iiilluoiicc. It is
nlri that nlroadv tho siuht is sulllcleitt
ly common in Hydo park to have ceased
tn nrouBo oointi.cnt. ami though It still
looks odd "and not thoroughbred, you
know," its canso of being is sensible
enough to procut'i fcanctiou lor it. ao
cording to thoso who know, riding on
ouo slilo of her horeo whero a woman
rides ultuost daily has a tcnilcnoy to
Blvo an undesirublo bwIhk or curvo to
hor flgui-o, mid tho idea of an occasional
. ... .l..........n.linlnlnnii "rnll.
iilng tho otlier way" around a circle
A Tribute to Ilmlnn, Vulici.
Roslnn Voltes' kowiis mid olTocta put
up nt unction make Fqllx Morris pootlo
nlly mournful in tho Boston Herald
over tho going out of that bright life.
"Poor llttlo woman I lucoiuproncnsi-
bio it is that such vivacity, sucu an-
inwtiou, such lovo or mirth, 01 song, 01
glnilnoss anil of llfo bhonhi over uo si.
lollCCll. Wliy 1101 HOW Ull iuruui ouiu-
lv thv niisslou was to lighten life's bur
dens, to bring tho bright smllo to wo.v
rind, heurtworu nature, innocently in
teach tho better lesson nnd make the
world happier by thy mirth provoking
"In tlio kindly memory of her many
ndmireni sho will Uvo us loilg us ihey
Monday Oct -15
Tho Vcrsatilo Actress,
MISS MATTIE KEENE,
Supported by n Company of
M ETKU I'ULITAIN AKT1 5Tb ,
In n Now nnd Soloct Reportoiro
f.GT EXTRA Two ovoninga dur-
tho week, wo will prosont
the reigning Now York and
Paris aonsation, tho
Tho Idylio llttlo ono act gom,
Followed by tho laughnblo Throo
:: "BABY." ::
25c 35c 50c
B&- Soata now on sulo at City
Drug Storo. -tat
Stylish and Durable s
Our reputnlion as kudtrs for till kinds of Clothing is
well known nil over tho Ktato. Wc carry tho Inrgcstnud
best Selected line or woolens of any tailors in North
Texap, and no ono can surpass our nlnko and Jit. In
READY :-: MADE CLOTHING
Wo havo no competitors. Our own designed garments
ppenk for theniHolviB. All those who nro wearing our
mtikeof clothing nro happy nnd eontontcd.and those who
never tried our clothing will bo surprised at tho quality
of giods, also nt tho low prices. Wo curry a largo lilio of
GENTS' FINE SHOES,
We carry nil styles and qualities of Hats. In dents'
Furnishings we nro the leadera. A call nt our establish
niont will conviiico you that wo tiro advertising facto.
HENINGER :-: BROS.,
Tailors, Clothiers and U Outfitters, 0AINE5V1UE, TSX.
RIDE ON THE
As iempUng&sa.promise and prices as easy
as making a mistake.
1ly tho way, it vould he innWtnjr a decided nllntako to lot slip eticli
clianceH ac bolld Mtver IicIih from !j2,fi0 to $1.60. There In nhrnys a rush
for our clocks hecauso they tfu to well.
MAX ROY. JEWELER,
The New Nirht Tr-in
On th SaVt K.
Kackley d Gerhart
llunlvrv In all ljlca of
If you want to get In on the ground
iloor lu tho AitHMOitniTK anniversary
special edition, you havo no time to
lose lu making your contracts, ton
slderahlo space has already been
siKiken for. For terms, particular
etc., call at this olllce.
The Quickest Time
,0RTH AND SOUTH T&XAS,
Solid vestibuled train
G tlestpn &, St. Louis
"W. S. Kcenau,
G. P. A.' Gulvtfcton, Texas.
XVIat tresses and Springs,
Carry a full and cnmplnln lino of nuclei takcrb' goods, wood and mctallo
cases nil sizes constantly on hand.
Embalming a Specialty.
Xos. 2, 1 and (5 South Side Sqdaro, Q aineSVille, TeXaS,
G.TJS -. BUCKHAM
Denier in flno liquors.
All orders giveu prompt alten
Coiner Elm nnd Commerce Sts.,
Central Barber Shop,
JJi-xt itoor to Dullat Mft iluriet,
on Main Street. Kxperleuecit
Horxmeii, tbarp tooli auJ gen
W. L. TiioMab, I'projirlelojf.,
A. 'A. D.vVis, AwUfuulf