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THE PASSING THRONG.
t All the World's a Stage and Each
one Flays a Part."
J. B. Davis of Colbert was here
R. Herz returned yesterday from
Johny Bailey is spending: a few
days in Provence.
Max Goldman is in the city to
day from Dougherty.
Hugh Ledbetter went to Gaines
ville yesterday evening.
R. Coleman of Colbert was
among our visitors yesterday.
, W. G. Cecil left this morning
for his headquarters in Dallas.
Judge John S. Triplett of Fort
Worth was in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bunn re
turned last evening from Purcell.
T. E. Lilly of Duncan was reg
istered at the Whittington yester-'
Will Potter is spending the Sab
bath with his parents in Gaines
ville. Theo. Whiteman returned from
a business trip down the road yesterday.
James K. Pace of Denison was-
registered at the Whittington yes
terday. W. G. Cecil and Stanley Bruce
returned yesterday from a trip on
Mike Lewin of Gainesville was
stirring around among our busi
ness men yesterday.
J. E. Harmon, a prominent bus
iness man from Elk, was among
our visitors yesterday.
Hon. Nicholas Wolfe and G. W.
Burris were here yesterday after
noon from Tishomingo.
Attorney J. P. Mullen of this
city and James Tucker of Glenn
left j-esterday evening for Atoka.
Judge Hosea Townsend came in
from Pnrcell last evening, court
having closed for the term at that
Mrs. Chas. Milner.who has been
visiting relatives in Kansas for the
past two months, is expected home
today. ,:; :' , b ' -' :-
J. H. Butnpas is in the city from
Southern Texas visitiug his brother,
W. H. Bumpas. Like many other
good Texas people, Mr. Bumpas is
thinking of locating in Ardmore.
T. O. Kyle, an old friend of Sid
ney Suggs ' of the ' Ardmoreite,
representing the large shoe and
leather furnishing houseof Res
toff & Bettemann of New York,
was in the city yesterday, on his
way home to Texarkana. Mr.
Kyle is just in from an eight thou
sand mile trip having been awav
up in British Columbia.
Fayette Wright, charged with
assault to kill, was given an exam
ining trial before Judge Bradford
yesterday. He was placed under a
$250 bond on the charge and was
required to give a peace bond in
the sum of $300. Wright's home
is at Elk.
Remember that you can get
vour fruit cakes at living prices
from the old reliable Cream
Bakery. Geo. Fbasher.
Fancy china plates, vases, cracker
jars, tea sets, cups and saucers,
tea pots, chocolate pots, cake plates
aud fruit plates, all of the latest
designs, at Mrs. Kloski's. Can you
think of anything nicer than these
for holiday presents? ,
A fire alarm was turned in at
4:30 o'clock yesterday evening
which attracted a large crowd. A
burning fine on Ben Smith's resi
dence on Apollos street, was the
cause. There was no damage done.
We were pleased to meet our old
friend Col. W. W. Trask yesterday,
who had ventured down town for
the first time since being confined
to his room, for ten weeks, the re
sult of injuries sustained by a fall
from his barn.
The two errors on the opera
house program, which had baffled
the audience for several nights,
were found by Eugene Reed, at
last Wednesday's performance,
they were "agt." . for agts., in
Redfield & Son's ad, and "child
rens" for children's in Sass &
TO LD BY TELE PH OJN E
Words Whispered la Our Ear From
Inland Town In tb Territory
1 Saturday 'Afternoon. '
Healdton T. A. Maxwell is here
Thackerville S9m Gatlin and
Will Ritchie returned from Gaines
ville last night. - ; -'
; There will; be preaching tomor
row at the Methodist church by
Rev. Ware and at the Moopre school
house by Elder Beeker.
Misses Mary Provence, Annie
Howard and others went to Gaines
Born last night, to M. and Mrs.
Chas. Yerber, a daughter.
Marietta S. Van Zandt, of Co
manche, I. T., has bought the
Marietta hotel, and is thoroughly
refurnishing same. -
Mrs." Harper and Miss Annie
Howard, of Thackerville, were here
.Bob Grandma Jones, who has
been quite sick for some time, is
Rev. J. W.' Woods is np again
after an illness of several days.
Lewis - Lile is reported on the
sick list.. ;,
Two car loads of cotton were
shipped from this place today.
Our school, under the manage
ment of Prof. S. P. McKnight, is
progressing nicely. v
Overbrook Mr. Foster of Krum,
Texas, is here visiting T. T. Tay
lor and family.
The stewards of the Methodist
church are holding a meeting today
at the parsonage.
Dr. J. S. Stroud went to Mari
etta yesterday afternoon.
J. K. Pace, of Tioga, Texas, was
here last night.
G. W. Winker, of TeLer, is here
Lon Corastock, aTeller merchant,
was here this morning.
J. B. Mullens has opened up a
new stock of groceries at this place.
G. W. Hendrix and Bud E. Mul-
lens have purchased the stock cf
general merchandise of W.T B. Dem
ron and will take poweaston about
December 15. , .. -,;
Dr. C. D. Lipscomb's little boy
is better today." s - "
'Raysynie Chas. Jones has re
turn d from a trip to the Choctaw
J.' J; Winter" from Ardmore has
taken charge of the blacksmith
shop at this place. '
For GCuuiuiZ uflil
Berwyn J. P. Taylor has rented
the R. Hardy stone building and
will move his furniture store and
the postoffice into same. '
A. W. Gaines has improved his
Mrs. J. W. Lokey came up from
Ardmore on the noon train. 1
v W. F. Warren made a business
trip to Blue by way of Davis, re
turning yesterday afternoon.
Furniture for Holiday Presents.
A. C. Young will receive within
a few days a car load of nice fold
ing beds, library cases, chiffoniers,
center tables, etc. These goods
will certainly be the finest that has
ever come to Ardmore. I have no
desire to make people believe I sell
at cost but I have good values to
offer for your money. Come and
see for yourselves.
A. C. Young.
Gorman building, Ardmore,
I. T. 3-saw
The ladies of the Central Baptist
church will give an entertainment
on Thursday, Dec, 14, at the resi
dence of J. B. Spragins. Dainty
refreshments will be served from 3
to 10 o'elock. Everybody most
cordially invited to attend. Ad
mission 25 cents. .
Dr. Mnllins of. Fort Worth,
specialist in diseases of eye, ear,
nose and throat, will be at the
Whittington hotel until Dec. 24.
The funeral services of Mrs. I.
T. Waide, of Wynnewood, were
held yesterday morning at that
place by Rev. A. J. Worley. The
deceased was a sister of Mrs. M.
L. Garrett of our city, who was
summoned there last Friday morn
ing. . '
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Stoves, Tinware and Queensware
Pumps Windmills, Cisterns, Well
- Tubing, Tin and Plumbing Work
SEE WEEKS BROS., Phoneys
Ardmore, Ind. Ter.
Your Own Price.
As I have made arrangements to
leave the I. T. I will offer my home
p.ace for sale, at your price, the
highest bid gets it; make me a cash
bid. See me here or write me at
Wm. H. Rawlesgs.
The pastors of the different
churches will please meet at the
Christian church next Monday at
10 a.'m. There is business of im
portance. Come, brethren.
J. M. Gross.
Rooms to Rent.
Two furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; also one nicely fur
nished room. Board if desired.
Excellent location. Apply Ard
moreite office. ' ' 17tf
All those wishing bread tickets
from my wagons on credit must
first call at my store and make ar
rangements for same, as the driv
ers are not authorized to sell .on
credit. 30tf J. H. Spiegle.
.Wanted to Trade
A good well-improved farm in
good state of cultivation, with
plenty water and grass and near
town, for a business house and lot.
Native. Eaqiure at this office. 30 4t
Second-hand buggies and hacks
for sale or will trade for corn. .
T. B. Cathet.
At City Livery Stable. olOtf
Selling at Cost. ,
Having determined to c'o
the Ladies' department of on,
and increase Genu fnrcU
goods stock we wish to Mj'
everything in the ladies' line t
be sold out at cost.
We have a nice line of d
goods, ready made nnderst
corsets and many othervt
which we will be pleased to
you. We invite you to ' ei2 K '
once. 27-6t DAns Baog." i
We have the exclusive salt
the noted White Star Moch
and Java Coffee. They
no equal. Sdlm JAKE,'
Central Baptist Churc.
Service will be held aonui;
and night in Judge Galt'ieor,
rooms, first stair-way west of tk
Whittington hotel. Sunday tti
at 10; preaehing at 11 tidg
night. Ajvery cordial inrfcti;
is extended to every one to
ship. H. B. McGa,
Steam's paint is sold bf .fe '
Laidlow Lumber Co. ' 15-b;
A yellow dog wearing a esSs
with chain attached broke into it
rabbit warren last night and kiHec
one of my Belgium rabbits. Xbf
owner can have dog by payinjk
the rabbit and for this adrei-
ment, otherwise I shall kill
dog. l-2t R. Chotzs,
Anything in the gun hoe i
you wish can be found at
Bros. Also loaded shells for r
kind of game. " ' l tf
IN JOHNSON, CRM
& CRUCE BUILDING.
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A CLOTHING CLIPPER
Mens Turn Again !
An offer comes for you in this ad that is seldom made in a lifetime. We have aimed to make our stock the best and
most reliable in this vicinity. NOT TH E LARGEST, BUT THE BEST. Best in quality, and none too good for
us and our trade. We have no room for trash. We' believe in buying the best grades manufactured, and thereby hold our
customers from year to year. Reliability is everything in business. Nptice the makes we point you to when you come to
us for a genuine good suit of olothes and see if they are not the best to be found in this country. . .
Our entire line of
Our entire line of
Our entire line of
Our entire line of
Our entire line of
Our entire line of
tSchloss Bros. & Co., Strauss Bros., and ttie Famous Vitals Brand.-gissi
Our entire line of $17.50 men's suits now
15.00 men's suits now.
13.50 men's suits now.
12.50 men's suits now.
10.00 men's suits now.
9.00 and 7.50 mens' suits now
6.50 and 5.00 mens' suits now.
- 10 25
- 9 25
. 8 25
- 7 25
- 2 50
Our entire line of youths' $4.00 suits, 14 to 19 ndw
Our entire line of youths' 5.00 and 5.50 suits, 14 to 19 now.
Our entire line of youths'" 6.00 and 6.50 suits, 14 to 19 now.
Our entire line of youths' 7.00 and 7.50 suits, 14 to 19 now.
Our entire line of youths' 8.00 suits, 14 to 19 now
. 2 50
. 3 00
. 3 75
. 4 25
Boys' 3-piece Long Pants Suits, ages 9 to 14 years.
Our entire line boys' $3.75 suits, go for . qq
ur entire line boys' 4.75 suits, go for o 50
Our entire line boys' 6.00 suits, go for . 3 25
Our entire line $5.00 Men's Heavy Ulster Overcoats, now
Our entire line 6.50 Men's Heavy Ulster Overcoats, now
Our entire line $10.00 Men's Black Clay Worsted Overcoats, now.
. 2 50
. 3 50
Boys and Children's Overcoats.
The Biggest Drive on Earth, a Boys' heavy Ulster Over Coat, ages 8 to 12, former
price $2.75, now . j $l 00
Our Boys' extra long Over Coats, velvet collar. Farmer's satin lining, ages 12 to 14,
$3.50, yours for L, j ; , ; $1 50
Our Youths' Over Coats, a good value for $4.00, ages 12 to 14, goes for $1 75
Our Youths' heavy Wail Cheviot, former price $5.50,now J $3 15
What do you think of this, a Child's Cape Over Coat all wool for.
We have anything in Childrens' 2-piece Suits you may wish, and at prices that will
please you. This department is backed by the Mrs. Jane Hopkins make; Double seat and
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SASS & CRAWFORD:
Ardmore, I. T.