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The Swan Grocery.
We - an II 0o5,(o- Wm , .1 ..Sell Only.. i fjf ! J'j1 M Immense C fresh Ik of .id feed SON BROS. CO. BR An ALL Only when it is QUEEN OF CRESCENT OR We have in stock now a car of each. We Sell Bell Springs Creamery Butter. Everything that's good here. All kinds of canned goods are selling at our store. hiker, mm Picturesque Hats are the style this season. When properly trimmed and becoming to the wearers they ar orrect. Mr3. James and her trimmer make that part a study and when fitted out here, yon are sure of the best in every way. See the Very Newest in tdilor made Hats. All different and stylish Baby Caps ming receives tho same atteution as a uew hat. , MRS. JAMES, Millinery. J. R. PENNINGTON & CO. Seed Rye, California Cabbage. FULL LINE Groceries & Meats NO REASON $4 4-9 $ V w Brands Phone 112, Ardmore Is the Staff of LIFE made of THE PANTRY FLOUR. in Groceries you will find very cheap THE GROCER. llfwSii cSSS and Veiling a specialty lletrim- Fresh Car Applet Lemons, Oranges. Merchants It will pay you to see us before buying. DELAY. Now is the time to buy Wall Paper at reduced prices. T. N, COLEBIAN, Leading Druggist. Judge Alntthews Funeral. All that remains mortal of Judge A. D. Mathews will be laid awav In the South cemetery this after noon nt 2 ; .'JO o'clock. All the ab sent children arrived yesterday at noon. The funeral will be con ducted by Rev. C. M. Collins from the Cumberland Presbyterian church. In the death of Judco Matthews Ardmore looses an honored and respected citizen, n Christiau gen tleman, his family looses a kind husband ami loviufi father. The Audmokkite extends its sympa thy to the bereaved family. The funeral occurs at 2:30 o'clock (his afternoon from tbo Cumberland Presbyterian church. Interment in South cemetery. Eleanor Porter Erhart charmed everyone in her dramatic readings. Her gestures and Delsarte move ments were exquisite. El Reno Supper Bell. Seats at Ramsey's. lo be prepossessing young ma should be polite and dress neatly. To get the right kind of a suit see FaHTUINU & COONEK. A business ChiMiKC. The chinaware department cf the James M. Golledge & Co's. stock of hardware and chinaware was sold yesterday to E Noland. Mr. Golledge will contiuue the hard ware business and tiu shop, and Steve Nolnnd will have charge of the chinaware, tinware, cutlery, etc. Mr. Golledge will probably move his portion of the goods from the present stand and Mr. Noland will conduct bis business ah the old stand in the Gorman block. The most thorough and stylish fitters in tailor made suits are Farthing & Cooxek. If you want to enjoy Sunday with your girl, get an up-to-date rig at Central Livery stable. Phone 35. J. It. Collins. Prop. The secretary of the Commercial Club is in receipt of a letter from Clifton George, secretary of the Oklahoma Commercial Club, stat ing that a special train will be made up in Oklahoma City Nov. 13 to go to the statetiood couven tion at Muskogee. The rate will be one fare for the round trip. All who contemplate going and desire to avail themselves of this offer, must send in their names by Nov. 10. The Arumoueite was glad to see W. E. McLemore on the streets yesterday after a severe spell of sickness. f Call at Central Livery stable for up-to-date rigs. Phone 35. J. It- Collins. Cotton Market. Tne cotton market opened easy yesterday morning, gaining 1 points during the day, closing firm Lint cotton sold for G.SO to 7 cents while seed cotton brought 2.55. Cotton seed $17. The receipts for tbo day were about 150 bales If yon want the latest rubber- tire buggies and gentle horses, call at Central Livery stable, 'phone 35. J. It. Collins, Prop, One new suit was filed in the clerk's office yesterday. Thos. W. Finklea complaius ot his wife leaving him, and thinks that is good ground for a divorce and pe titions the court to grant the same At the ColU Storage. Brick, Limburger, Swiss and Cream Cheese. Celery, Oysters and Fish Fine Hog Lord 12 1-2 cents per pound. New Mmce Meat 10 cents per pound. Everything good to eat at rea sonable prices, l-3t Arthur James. Positively the best entertainment of the season, Eiuiart'Si Tho New Store has 50 dozen handkerchiefs, worth 40c and 50c to sell at 25c, Stop nnd see the show window Burton-Peel Dry Goods Co. First Presbyterian Church. Services Sunday, Nov. 3. Subject 11 a. m : What Profit is Religion? At 7:30 p. tn. A Service for Young People. Chas. C. Weith, Pastor. MORI- COTTON THIEVES. Two Negroes Arrested for Stealing the Pleecy Staple. Cotton is way down in price and it seems that some people in this section are trying to make up the difference in nrice bv stenlini -"-r their neighbors cotton. Thomas Branch and Silas Gaines both colored, live about ten miles north of Marietta and have raised a crop this year. They perhaps need ed a few more thinus thnn what they were able to buy with the fruits of their own labor, so they stole into the patch of a neighbor and carried off about S1G.50 worth, and sold it in Ardmore. Tho fnnt eaked out and Constable Lee Stew art went down Friday afternoon and brought them up and placed them in jail. The officer says they ac knowledge having stolen it and are ready to plead guilty. Euhart that's nil, but enough. Dor slielviug and counters, rpo. iJonaluson. 7tf ilpiscopnl Services. Sunday, Nov. 3 Twenty-Se cond Sunday after Trinity. Morn ing Prayer, Litany and Sermon 11 A. M. Jweniug Prayer and Ser mon at 7:30 P. M. All Welcome. II. T. Adams, Student-in-Charge. All members of the Itoosevelt Club are requested to be on hand at tho city hall Monday nieht nt 30 to attend the regular meeting. Mike Gorman, Pres Don't miss Erhart Monday night. "If you wish to have beautifu clear white clothes, ask for Red Cross Bag Blue, Refuse imitata tious." The Ladies' Aid Society of the Central Baptist church will meet with Mr3. W. 0. Baker, Tnesdov afternoon at 3 o'clock. All mem bers ure requested to be present. Mrs. T. B. Johxson, Pres. Mrs. W. C. Baker, Sec'y. Just received 123 patterns ( French flannel, 2 1-2 yards to the pattern. Worth $2.50, our price $1.25. Ilave you seen the window! Burton-Peel Dry Goods Co. The Ladies' Aiu Society of the Christain church will have a bnsi ness meeting at the pareonage on next Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Let every member of the church attend. Mrs. S. A- Douolas, Sec'y. s. Increase of Postal Receipts. The Ardmore post office contin ues to show a Very comfortable u crease as compared with last year The postal receipts for Oct., 1901 uraouut to $1450.51, while for the same month last year they were M210.GG, an increase this year of $239.85. The fiscal year for tho postofflce begins April 1, and comparing the pnst seven months of 1901 with tho same months in 1900, we find receipts for 1901 to be $G931.08 and for 1900 to bo $5703.G4, an in crease of $1227 44, Wo have 100 dozen handker chiefs worth 25c nnd 30c for 15o straight. Don't fail t see the show win dow. Burton-Peel Dry Goods Co. Donaldson him. builds houses. See 18tf Erhart is simply great, his mu sic stirs tho soul aud enraptures tho mind. Ue is masterful in every degree when it comes to violin inn sic Oklahoma City Daily Times Journal. Seats at Ilamsej's. Wanted Young ladies to write n few hours each day at their own homes. Salary $15 per month. Address Mrs. Howard Lowry, Dalton, Ga. 43t Jt J. DABBS has now on exhibition by far the Swellest Prettiest and Largest -Stock of Mes - Misses' Hats in tho Indian Territory, and the prices are the lowest you ever saw. . . . Buy of us and be assured of the "f ml; illij , TO THE WE are now ready to receive orders for Ladies' fine Tailor Made Suits, Skirts and Top Coats. Our prices for Suits to order are from $20 up. Skirts to order from $9 up. e make any style gai mcnt to jour measure. Also extend an Invitation to all ladles visit Inn Gainesville to call St our More and examine our ready to wear (rannrnts wlilch vvo carry In stock, and we uuaiantco a perfect lit In euch irar ment we sell. Very respectfully, i Gainesville. HeNINGER BROS. ' H A I ! Q Celebrated HALL, O Fi re and Burglar Q A rrr; Proof.. OAT CO HIGHEST Kraile banker' merchants' " "afim nn.l vault iloors. rlci from JMuptoWooo. v umk'Mull iinyrella lilorunkeH Prompt service. Iiarcairm n xccoml Hindu Krolttlit paid, H la hlo Territory agents wanted. W.U.COLLINS, GenM Agt. Indian and OkUhnma Territories, Denlaon.TexaH. NEW BARBER SHOP MUHI'HY & SlII'WOHTH, Proprietors. In Appeal Olllce. West Main Street. are now hetter prepared to serve the people than any other shop in the city. Everything new and first clnFP. The only Bhop where antiseptics nnd steril ized tools are used. Haih Cutting a Specialty. All work guaranteed. Your patronage solicited. The only up to date and reliable 10c shop. Choice Meats Truelove & Pyeatt Next Door West of Post Office. &lilJt mm Ml STAKES COST MONEY. You save money and make no mistakes when you buy your MILLINERY from us? An Idea of Our Existing Low Prirr mm Magnificent Imported Pattern lints, latest craze, draped Pence vel vet, shapes artistically trimmed with fancy breasts of fl i ir birds and ornaments, sell everywhere from $5 to $7 50, NyI our low price .. J)iJ. Lj-y Draped Turband in all colors, polkndotted felt, chick ere- df) A f ations for immediate wear, worth $3 50, our low price tj Misses' French Fur Felt Ilats in black and colors, can't 1 R bo equaled under $2 50, our low price. . i!p 3 LI The new Florodora and pretty Maiden's Hats, the latest out, only - - $2 00 These aro exceptionally cood bargains. Beautiful lino of Baby Cops, Ladies' Waists, Jackets and Skirts? Capos, PetticoutB. New fall line of llaunstotto wrappers. MLmillEyR'hEouse, Right Styles and Right Prices No trouble to show goods or help you plan your new Fal1 J. J. DABBS At Madden, Sykes & Co's LADIES - v ,1 i Wanted J All the second-hand furniture there is for sale in Ardmore. Will pay a very liberal price. W. H. Rodgers. Nest door to J. B. Mans fifld, West Main St. Swell Dress Hats, Ladies' and Misses Trimmed Hats for les money than anyone in Ardmore Street nuts, Baby Caps, Vtil ings, Etc,, are also going at lew prices. Best $1 50 Gloves at $1 00 MRS, LILA H. BO MAR S. S. Ball ttaS adl,l two more clialrs to his NOW BARBER SHOP. All workmen are llrst tlass. Antiseptics used. The only first class ioc shave In theclty. I Hair cuttingo specialty. All work guaranteed. Your patronage kindly solicited. Located 5 doors west or post ofllco.