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Compare the Piano Values- You find el-sewhere with ibose too wo by m. 1 can e)l 700 almost iar make of piano For less than you will pay other dealers. This U a strooif aertloo and I shall bo pleated to proe t at any time. E. B. LUKE, West Main Street, ARDMORK. - - - ISO. TKR. Ask Your Grocer V FOK. Olivette Soap. SSeseSI I sOj I NOTICE. 3 Tt Hj rrla4s iii AcsmIiUksi: I aaa aiaiiac preparation to opaa t a Rim clui MojabiM aad Tim Shop atxmt ta Inl of atarra. aad will t prepared to do all klada of Plumbing, lln and Galvanized Iron Wark Tar anil (lraal Roofing oa akort aoUc. Kary piece of irk auaH Iw saaraataed. WUalai! a Kar f yoar patrnear. I aaa jroa a fur Tla aad Flaatbtas rK. ASA HOLMAN, Hardy BalMlac. Nnrta Caddo Mrt Ltxval aad Loa Dl.ianc T-koa i. Attention , Stockmen : The Chickasaw Stockmen's Association will meet nt Ardmare, I. T., 11 Mjqdij, April 1, 1901. All rersons interested in the stock business are cordially in vited to attend Mat Wow, I'res. 0. F Haley. Sec To Start SoUa l:ount. Beginning March 10, and con tinuing for thirty days, I will give absolutely free with each dollars worth of bread tickets purchased, five tickets cood at the fountaiu; with seveuty-five cents worth, three tickets; with fifty cents worth, two tickets; and with twenty five cents worth, one tick et. This is cood for thirty days only. J H. Spied, m 10 to 1st. Kerry hill, The Tinner. Phone 83 for estimates on any kind of tin work including tin routing, guttering "d well tubing. Shop south of ele. tru- hglt plant. 24 Ira TV for ki-form ooi:rnmi:nt. Pastor Want 0(hJ Moral Men to Serve a City Officer.. It bus been known for someday? that the rreacbers would hold meeting laat nieht at the Christian church for the purpose of discuss- ioK the it nation of Ardmore. aee whether or not conditions could not be improved. Rev. C C. Weith. of ti e Firtt Presbyterian ebnrcb, first ad dressed the andience and said in bis travels h heard people talking boat Ardmore a a cood basins place, etc.. bnt would say to him, "it must be a terrible tocigb place, because we read so much in the palters nnder Ardtnore date of such and nch a man being killed, so and so beintr robbed, and numer ous crimes that had been com mitted. " The speaker cleared this up by saying that Ardtnore was headquarters for the Chieku- aw Nation; that we had the only iail. and it was natural that the news should first go ont from here because w first learo of it here, lie haid that as little as yon thongbt of it. Ardmore was on a boom, and let ns try Had make it a moral town while we are pushing for ward- Rt. iir. Black made a short talk, in wbieh be handled the "joints" with ungloved hands. He wanted the rifrht kind of gov ernment and the right kind of officers. A resolution was presented to the meeting and passed, which is. as follow: "Be it resolved, that we earn estly recommend the selection of good, moral Uia to serve as city officers, and we hereby pledge onr cordial support to all officers in the faithful discharge of their duties" Some one spoke of what he took as laxity of duty with our officers, sometimes, and referred to the t-x cursion to the cantn, cursing, wearing and shooting as thev re turned, and passing through Ard tnore, and were not molested. Uncle Tom Noleu rose ami stated I that be was a city ouleer; that he was at the depot when that train 'passed; that not a man got oil I who was guilty of disturbance; that an oflicer had uo authority to 'go aboard a train after a man; J .-aid he tried to do his duty, but in many instances an oflicer was pow erless. I Hev. C. M. Collins said we did 'not assist our ofticers enough. I. it. Mason spoke in favor of the resolution, aud wanted it pre seuted and passed by 000 or 700 i people. Harvey Youngblood arose and , said he was ait alderman, and that 1 the city had laws to cover every crime, and wound up by saying he was a candidate for Police Judge- The meeting then adjourned. An aftertneeting was then held, aud it was decided to hold a citi Mns' mass meeting at the court house next Monday night The preachers will attend but ouly as citiuus. For Sai.k A fiae tnare, choice single or double driver, perfectly geatle, well worth $100, will sell for lees. J. F. Kasusy. 12 3 HM- MIcllulU. Two Durham and one White faced bull for sale. They are good ones. See U. W. Stuart, corner A aud 7th ave., N. W. 11-;U For the Sick. Ti.e doctor can do you no Z v .1 uclrs his prescriptions ? properly pnt up from ivlia- tt r.gmiient. Ji T at s where we render in .-xt-le aid to the doctor. "We n.pmind prescriptions as they tjt sl.imM be ijj At.d we bundle the best of proprietary medicines. N. COLEMAN. THE DRUGGIST, f . T. N. Coleman Announces. Today our announcement column carries the name of T. N Csletnaii. who apires to be Treasurer for the eit-. Mr. Coleman has resided in Ard more since lHSU, twelve years, and hi classed as one of onr first citi sens. He has In en constantly in business since that time, and in all things has been a promoter for the welfare and good of the town he has chosen as his adoption. Nelse bac splendid business qual ifications, and is at all times found at his post He is courteous and kind to everyone and is in every way adapted to onrefully and faith fully fill the oQlce to which he as pires. This is bis first step into politics aud he leaves his fate with the public among whom be has mingled so long. Niee, clean, fresh laces and em broideries which were not put on sale Saturday and this week for the reasou that there whs no counter room for them. Some not even unpacked and only slightly damaged while in origiual pack ages. Yoor prices buy them while they last at J. X. Barall's great fire sale Stf John Calyery, who . runs the J. C. dairy, presented the Abumokk TO this morning with some butter which in point of excellence pad modeled neatness cannot be sur passed hy any dairy. He always gives full weight, and the general tidiness of his goods hold his trade, Once a customer, always a cus tomer." uia8 auj size you wabl, ami a t full line of paints and varnishes at 1 F. J. Ramsey's drug store. 24 lm Here's a New One: S 5.00 Per Annum buys S 5 00 Per Week indemnity 10.00 " " " 10.00 15.00 " " 15!00 20 00 ' 20.00 25.00 " " " 25.00 ' From sickness of any kind whatsoever that detains you from your business. Other good points in the, policy we will take pleasure in showirg you Bruce J Roberts, Agents, Ardmore, Ind. Ter. E. J. Cox Announces. In today's issue will be found the announcement of E, J. Cox as a candidate for the office of Chief of Police for the city. Mr. Cox is a hard working, in dustrion man, and has been a cit isen of Ardmore for the past ten years. He has served in the ca pacity of engineer for a number of years, aad is at present employed in that capacity by the Ardmore Electric Light Cd- Mr. Cox prom ises a careful observance of all city laws should the same be entrusted to his cats. He asks a share of patronage from the voting public at the April election. If there is a lady in hti city or country who appreciates a fine dongola band turned shoe, button, lace, vesting top, plain, coin and pug toe. up to date in every way, worth $3.50, $4 and $5 in any first class shoe store, sixes 2, 2 1 2 up to 6, Bar-all has them a; 50c on the dollar. That means $1.20 to $1,75 will now buy them at J. N. Barall's fire sale all this mouth. 5tf Impure baking powers injure the stomach. Use the pure brand named "Perfect" and hae no in digestion. S. E. Jg.SKI.VS, Successor to M. T. Falker. Sirsjed. From Hargrove college, a Jersey cow and calf. Will reward anyone for information. t T. G. Whittbn. SPECIAL COl'NCIL niiriTINQ. atcrwork Ordinance Revised Sewerage Proposition Discussed. Yesterday afternoon n called meeting of the eitv council was held for I ho purpose of Inking ac tion regarding the waterworks proposition. A quorum being present, the rules were snspeuded, aud nn or dinance granting the waterworks people sixty days more time in which to accept the proposition ws put before the council and passed. The matter of sewers was talked of then by the waterworks people, who are anxious to put in a system of sewers at the same time they put in water. The Sewer Committee made n report, but was not exactly what the sewer people wanted; in other words they could uot borrow mon ey on such n proiosition. It was finally agreed that the same committee who has had the matter in charge would meet with the sewer people next Saturday and report the result of same nt council meeting next Monday uf ternoon. Council then adjourned. Bishop F. K. Brooke will hold services Sunday at tho Episcopal church at 11 a. in-ami S p. in. He will visit the. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Ladies, I have secured the ageu cy for the genuine pure baking powder, named "Perfect, and guarantee every ounce to be as pure as chemistry can make it. I shall always carry the very best that money can buy. S. E. Jenkins. Sues For Divorce. In the United States clerk's of fice Mrs. Lizzie Short, of Marietta brings suit against her husband, Dr. H. J. Short for divorce. Plaintiff alleges that the doctor has mistreated her ever since a year and a half after they were ; married, and that his indignities became intolerable. Besides this, she says that defendant is addict ed to the habit of drunkenness, and he had been twice convieted of felony, aud that he now stauds charged with forgerv in Mississip pi and for those and other reasons she prays that the marriage vowh be severed. I'or Sale. A good four reoMt house, corner lot, nice young Uses, good water, brisk storm cellar, close to busi ness part of town. See T. C Bridgman at W. J. Brown's on dertaking establishment. 4dlm Your Prices. Ladies, over $1300 worth of embroideries and laces will be put on sale tomorrow. Some slightly damaged; some not damaged at all. 5tf J. X. Bakall. For Sale. A registered Jersey cow and calf. Apply to E. M. Golf. 10 5t Ladies, you must not overlook J. X. BaralPs eorseta, and under wear. No finer or higher class goods in any store, and any rea sonable price will be taken. 5tf Tmk fnnt. that I our house is rnW'Jed for hpiM'f is mon ey to yoit. The Shoe Man Spring 1 - opproaehniK and our big stock of Spring and Summer Winter goods must gi wny. We haven't room f r thp?n. ,sei- tie choice hues we huv left, and make us an off, r We Lave an cxpprt shot-maker regularly employed! AM. nKPAiniNO neatly noNIC, Ringer Bros. Added ' ?2 For the coming week in order to introduce our Jo ready-madn clothing we will give a watch FREEi 2 with every suit. This watch will be on display in our za window lor your inspection and is lully guaranteed f ?4 for one ear. Resnectfullv. o IT V Mrs. JAMES, MILLINERY In Your Thoughts and Ours Spring MilKmery ;s al ready attracting not:ct- ...hul as it is early tn txix-ct cutttuneis u. I us are oiT-jhok a Hoe of Trimm.d and Ready to Wear Hats at from 50c to s Alway cp tn dale ,ind lowest pticc. THE PASSING TIIRO.NG.' All the WorlJ's a Stage anil one IMays a Pert. Each . K. C. Evans, of Newport. Is In the oity. Harry Lyons left last niRbt for Ryan. J.U. Graham. went to Wynnewood today noon. , Cspt. J, S. Hammer came in last night from Ryan. J. A. Jones, of waterworks fame, left today noon for Oklahoma city. Deputies Henion and Powers went up the road today Henson to lier wyn and Powers to Davis. Mr. and Airs. A. B. DeFreese have returned from Houston, Tex., where they spent a brief honeymoon. Judge J. M. Wilson, of Gainesville was a pleasant caller this afternoon. He Is visiting friends and relatives here. Mrs. Mace McCall, of Xocona, Texas, and Mrs. Will Wilson, of Ma rietta, I. T., who haye been visiting toe family of Charlie Carter in South Ardmore, leaves for home this after noon. When you buy furniture from, A. C. Young you have the satis-1 faction of knowing that it is the : best. Shoddy goods that will uot give good service have no place in his store- 10 6 We, the undersigned teachers, of the King building of the Ardmore Public Schools, owing to the lim ited term of school, and the extent of ri quired "Course ot Study," deem it necessary, both in justice t the pupils and teachers, to con-j tiuue a two-mouth' terra of pri vate school. The rate of tniticu to be the same as prescribed by the Board, vix: For the Primary grades. per mouth; for the Grammar and High School grades, -25 and $3.00 per mouth. Each teacher to continue teaching his or her respective grades. T. B. Kino, iKS. V. A. NtBLACK, Meida Smith, Mrs. S- S. Cakr. Eixa Bradford. The first car of coal from W. B Johnson's eoal mine, has arrived in the -oity. The Baptist people in South Ardmore are erecting a new church building. 111 II EN y&u H pass 0 I store you j,as the dim.' til' save mnijc j . Footwear Is Arriving." , , . S iu uitn immense stock IV ot mens furnishings a complete line of CLOTHING... II Hlfth Grada and ot Latest Scrlnf Fabric. Vfe Respectfully, RINGER BROS. Tjr VVVVVVM Cold Storage Market Onr market i.. always supplied with the best of everything to eat. Our cold storage keeps in perfect condition every particle of food for the table. Fresh meats of all sinds. The P-rost lard, rlsh, oysters and c--Iery. Free delivery to any part of the citv. HEATH JAMES. SPEIGLE'S Is like the home made kind, but ever w much better. That u how our pts ano cakes taste. 00 reason why they enultl or should Us to any other vtt- The finest tr-Krel!ent$. th most improved mutliods or hak lug and the most sftliiful linkers ml combine to nlve results which are MUlsfaeiorv. TUY OUR OUR BREAD & PASTRY W. H. Rotors will pay the high est prices for feebnd hand fnrni tre. Next door to J. B. Mans field. 4 im raff'