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SHALL WE HAVE WATERWORKS?
Two Different Representatives to Meet City Council Tomorrow. Headers of the Arclmorulto will re momlior tho visit of J. V. linker iiud J. V. Cotnorfortl, both of .lopltn. to our city n coulple wooUh ago, their vlilt nt thnt tlmo being with n vlow to putting In wntorworhi. Those gontlomon ilrovo over our city nml vlsltotl our (loop wolli nnil formoil n vory favorable opinion of Arilmoro. anil wxw no reason why 11 Kooil waterworks Britain would not pay In thl city. Thoy rotnalnul with tin for a uliort .tlmo only and returnoil homo. promis ing to draft a proposition and mibmlt tho name to our council. In conversation yesterday Mayor 'liiompson stated that ho had hoard from those gentlemen nnd that they iiad mallwl tho city a proposition, and some of our nhlprmon are looking ovtVr tlrf) saru'. Tho mayor said fur ther that Mb Ilahor nud Comer font, accompanied by an onglnenr. would be here tonight nnd meet with our aldermen tomorrow nt the coun cil mooting and 1. 'aterworks to thorn. The emrinew. vi', look orer the Hold durlnc the day and will have formed some Idea of the situation by ovonlng. In. tho meantime the mnyor has an other party on the string. I Hi line a loiter from .1. M. Cartor. or Dallas. roprosontlriK tho Texas Stool Hnll and Kqtttpntont company. Informing him he will he here Monday also nnd would 111(0 to make a proposition to our poo plo to build them waterworks. This last named company seems to bo an old ostnbllsned ono. nud has liullt many waterworks In Toxas fCholf among which vo might montlon llowlo, Ablllne. Coleman and llalllri get-, nnd thoy aro all now giving en tire satisfaction. Hotweon tho two concorna wo hopo our council will contract with ono to put In a good system In Ardmore, for If over a city In tho world nooded It Ardmoro certainly does. Just think of Ardmoro, with three Tallroads. S.000 people, nnd no water works. What would the utslde wot 1.1 say about its? Hut add the waterworks to our rallroadB nnd schools nnd there Isn't another town In tho Torrltory that will over lie able to hold ui n light. , lly nil meant let us have water. LK'S GRAND RECEPTION. oooooooooooooooooooooo The Passing Throng. oooooo oooooo I). J. Kendall of Sulphur Ih In the city. Oeo. Williams Is In tho city from Denton. J. U. Garrett It here from Wynno- wood. J. H. Thompson . of I'nula Vnlloy. Is In tho city . Follx J. King of Monvyn van In tho city yesterday. (5. C. Hartshorn enmo In last night from Fort Worth. W. H. .lohnson enmo In yostordny noon irom iiyan. letto Holland of Thnckorvlllo was In the city yestonlny. Stllhvell II. Huaaell of Dallas ennio up yesterday at noon. W. It. I locker came Camberland Presbyterian Ghurcli TODAV 11 A. M. "Life's Weaving" 7 1'. M. "The Teacher Gome Irom God" At tho eveninc service there will bo rendered u violin eolo by . . . . . victor J, trharl. IMPORTANT NOTICE. The cotmnittco who have been soliciting funds for the Arkansas SHIPPUY PUSIIINQ WORK. tile Grader Now on South Side of Alain Street. W. A. Shippey is pushing- his work on the Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf rond, and says he will have his contract finished by the first of I January. lie has been putting in some effectual work for the past month llllinc in tho low plnce at the foot of Broadway and Paradise alley. The dirt he has been using for this purpofio was secured from the cut on the hill just north. m . t fit lestertiay wr. onippey put n great many of his teams nnd some Everybody Should Know That v(- C. R. JONES MS HUES. . Buy Furniture and Carpets where you get and Choctaw railroad right-of-way 1)IoiIt,ns to work on the south 8l(le bQQt values for the least money. have been granted an extension of of Main, and tomorrow the big lime until Monday the meantime they grader will bo transferred to that side, and work f-om there south will bo pushed to completion. nt.niiv DniiDnMhDi in rim mrm in -..0.v Mr. Shippey received a letter a is requested to be ready with me ffiW , from tbe roa offl. down -itrdny cn8n or wel1 eecHre(1 uoto for llie cinls asking him to push his work evening. In wish to meet subscriber to tho fund, who Dedication of Their Handsome Hall. Many Visitors Bright Scenos. Ardniore'8 society enjoyed the Uospl taltty of the local lodvo of Mat at their forms! opcutng Friday evening. It may Iks said In passing that the open lug marked the dedlcntion of the new hall, which In point of beauty and ap pointment It considered one of the haudtuJueot In the touthwett. and the ooterle of visitors who attended the halt were of like opinion. J'he Klks never do things hy halves and the oc casion of last Friday night was one of tho crowning events of tho Hon son, if not In tho social history of tho city. It is n Hlgnlficnnt fact that tho 1811(8 aro Paet Kxaltod Killers In the matter of entertaining nud the lortgo of tho city Is to lie praised for the miccoHs of tho affair. As early as S So'cloc the guests he- gan to nrrivo, and In less than nu hour the spacious cluh rooms presented ticoue of BtrlMug beauty belilom wit iisoa In our city. Tho guests were inhered Into the parlors artistically decorated with foriiH and evergreens In tho reading room the branching ant lorn of an HIU'h hond rostod on u Hag of the national colors, which was vorv plouslng to the eye. Tho elegance at... tnBto of tho club room was a reve lation to the three hundred guests who attended and many present congratu latud the momliora on the neatness of tholr new homo. Tho grand march was led hy Mr. Jack Scaulou nnd Miss Lou Washington, both of Marietta, nnd was participated in by nearly every couple who attended. The ball room was fairly ablu.ee with elegantly cos tumod women nnd the young men of the city vied with each other In making tho ovunt one long to Ih i mi' inhered liy the guests. Dancing toilowed and tho lleetlng moments were decidedly those of pleasure. The whips and scorn of time were forgotten In the onjoymeut of the terpslchore art nnd tote-u-tetet. To tho Inspiring music of an orcheS' tni the fair mingled with the brave, danaed nud flirted. In the ball room tho lilofTin of the rose was greatly in ovlileuce, nnd the women showed off their frills to muelLAulvnntnge. Iu tho Millard room of the cluh where punch was served, many distinguished men und protty women gathered nnd bub liulod forth a bouquet that kept tho bon-inots Hying like hailstones and inndo tho boys set a .'ice In toast and trlbuto that will Itecoino as historical as tho occasion. Iu the shade of the largo palms In the main parlors tsov cral tables woro arranged for piny- ars nnd gnmos of ovory description woro Indulged In. In tho small hours of morning to the BtrnliiB of "Homo, Sweot Homo" the visitors nnd croam of Ardmoro nrls torrnry roluotnntly depnrtsd, Imprut cd with the fact that tho Klks aro lav lsh ontortnlnors. morning from Oklahoma City. W. S. Derrick anil W. O. Uive are In the city from Mnrletta. Mrs. II. IC. Foster went to Pauls Valley yasterday to visit hor brother. W. A. Shippey and S. J. Craig came In Inst night from their rnllrond enmp. C. W. Rollins went to CnlnoHvlllo Friday afternoon and returned yester day. Max Heyman of Gainesville, was slinking hands with the boys yestor-day. lid Uyrd returned yostordny from a business trip to hit formor home nt Detroit. Tox. Miss Ivy Whent of Sherman. Tox., Ih Initio city tho guost of hor frlond MIbb Clollla Stowart. Mrs. Sam Noblo nnd son Kvorett, have returned from an extended visit at Stillwater, New York. Miss Fannie Gardner, who has been nt Hob for several weeks with a sick friend, came up today at noon. Arthur llolman. brother of Ace Hoi man. is In the city. Mr. iioimnn tins Just returned from tho Philippine !(? lands. G. G. Guthrie, of tho Wynnewood Free Press, was a pleasant cnllor at the Ardmorolte olllce last evening. Mr. Guthrey leports n terrific downpour of rain In his town yesterday. Albert ltennle cunie In yesterday af ternoon and will attend the funeral of his fnther-ln-hiw. Judge A. D. Matthews tomorrow afternoon. His wife, daughter of deceased, came In Friday afternoon. Tom Alntthews from Wllhurton, Sam Matthews from Checotnh and Miss Mabel Mntthows from Musko gee, arrived yesterdny noon to attend the tuneral of their father, A-D. Mat thews, which takes place today. Mr. Byrd'i Removal. W. 11. Uyrd, tho tailor, has moved from the Whlttlngton building to tho First National Hank building. His shop occupies one-half of Roberts & Hoffman's harbor shop. Mr. Hyrd's re moval calls to mind that since he Tinn ed his tailoring cHtabllshmant to Aril more three yonrs ago ho has twice been burned out but ench tlmo re sinned business with a larger stock than he formerly had. Mr. Uyrd be lieves In Ardmoro nud our pcoplo shnrc equal coulldonce in him. Ills skill us a workman nud tho Biiporh lino of goods that ho always handles has given him tho tailoring work of the city's host drosBors nnd his bust ness continues to grow sonfion after season. You will now find htm nt hla now shop. amount of his subscription. This money wtll not leovo Animoie, out will be retained hero in the banks pending settlement. "Sylvia." The 'greatest hit in the history of book-making j n novelty, ask about it at the book and news store. Boyd & Hekd- Change in Uuslness. We take this method of inform ing the public in general, and es pecially our customers, that owing to the increase in our hardware, tinware and roofing business, we have concluded to discontinue the queensware and glassware depart ment, which we have sold to E. Nolaud, and will hereafter confine ourselves strictly to hardware, tiu ware nnd the manufacture of cis terns, well tubing, and all kinds of roofing. We extend thanks to those who have given us their patronage in the past, and respectfully ask a continuance ot the same in our line, at tho old stand on North Cuddo street. Wo cheerfully recommend Mr Nolaud and bespeak for him a lib eral patronage. 0. M. GOIiLKDOE & Co Ardmore, Novomber 2, 1901. The Santa Fo steam painter, after painting everything red around the Santa Fe right of way, went south yesterday. llavilnml China diuuer sets at cost at Stephen Nolanu's. suc cessor to J. M. tJolledge. !) Ct ns last as possible. The first ol i , - ..I i i , - . . iiiarcu win no uouui witness trains running from Ardmoro to horn- Let tho good work Tho city Harts go on. has been blank- a good Sylvia." Tho greatest hit iu the history of Phouo 57 calaboose thoroughly renovated, the ets takeu out and given suuniug, and everything about it uow is as sweet as a peach. It would really be a pleasure for one to stny in it awhile. Victor J. Erhart und his wife will give an entertainment at the opera house next Monday night under the auspices of the Cumber land Presbyterian Ladies Aid so ciety. These entertainers come to us liignly recommended he as a violinist, and she as an elocution ist. NOTICU-To the people of Ard more: If you want Heating Stoyes at Hall Price See MASON Ladles of the Leaf. Search questions for Nov. 4: 1. What were the influence that produced the outburst of so cial, political aud literary activity of the Elizabethian age? 2. What one man in his life and character represents the ex pansive spirit of the age? 3. What were the chief results of the activity of that time? 4. Who were the loading Dramatist. Novelist aud Ilistor- iaus of the age? Cranberries. Plenty of fresh cranberries PoitTriit Staples, The Red Headed grocer's 3 lit ANEW MANAGEMENT LINDSAY HOUSED p0;nQn,,in HAKKY A. bnArrtn, rrop. Tpvon. UdlllooilllCj Formerly ol oriental Hotel, Dallas. lUAUOl, ana or ircniont noici, uaivcsiun. - Good Service. Rooms villi Bath. Clean Rooms IT 111 f 013 i WW r Our Liquors come direct from the U. S. ware house. We pay tax on them direct to the govern ment, therefore we guarantee them to bo pure. We are distiller's distributors, therefore save you middle man's profit. , 7 K for full quarts of 6 year-old Kentucky Whis 1 JO jjVi aUy 0f the brands named: Manhattan Club, full qt. 75c World Beater, full qt, 75c 0, F. CM foil qt. 75c Old Grow, full qt, 75c The above brands we ship In jugs at $2 75, Cream of Gainesville Si (kegistkhkd) qt. $1 00. 1 gallon jugs $3 50. The goods are packed so con tents cannot be known. We prepay express charges on all $3 00 purchases and over. Hnu tn flrflpi' Write pluin' 1euiit llUW iu ui u Ol postofllce or express order. Wo ship goods tho same day order is received. Your money returned if you are dissatisfied with the goods, Wc Arc Responsible. Enquiro at Gainesville National, Ked River and First National Bank. DM LI Phil Schwnrz & Co., Proprietors. todi intnnoD at W E desire to call your attention to KOR SALK Chonp. n No. 3 horso, Koutlo for lndlor; also n Rood nlinotou. Cnll on or nddtoss Mrs. Jullii KloiuluK. 2S-Ct Wnntod Youn man to loam tcl ORrapliy nnd stutlon work for rail way Borvleo. Tuition rofundod If sit uation not assigned. ddross Dallas 'Holograph CoIIoro, Dallas, Toxns. S-12-lm. book-making; a novelty, ask about it at tho book and news store. Boyd & Hked. Boys dont forget the City Livery Stnblo when you want the swellest rigs in the city. Phone No. 27. 3 G t T. B. Cathry PitOi- Fell With the Horse. Friday night as Mr. J. T. Cole man was nuing nome alter ilarK, and going at a pretty rapid rate, his horse fell with him at tho cor ner ot B street nnd bccoutl avenue northwest,, bruising him up cou- Uox Suppcrat Bauni, As an evidence of tho liberality ot liaum . people a box supper was given by the youn , ladies to assist in erecting a churcl building. The boxes brought $4C25, then Mrs. Ike Webb offered a cake to bo vot ed for the prettiest young lady present. Votes were ten cents ench, Miss Alice Stanfield recoiyed 197, and Miss Lila DeWese 170. A high Euhakt's. grade entertainment, Ladies, when you waut to pre- iniKKv siderably. Fortunately, there were pare a real good meal, remember no bones broken. Felker's grocery is the place to And both staples and duinties. Deputy Ileusou anested Arnold Twenty patterns latest things iu vest goods, G yards to pattern, worth ifG.OO our price $4.50. Hitz, Fridoy, charged with assault Fifteen patterns just recieved to kill. Ho was arrested in Ard- worth $10.00 per patterii.-our price moro nnd gave bond, 7.50. See the window. Bukton Peei, Dky Goons CO. Next the Cotton Dclt. It wns currently roporteu on our streets yostordny thnt tho surveyors for the Cotton Ilak mil road sire now Hiuiaut, the best west of the Mississippi river. Opera house i 'u;oiv,iuua iu litis OCUliUII I iUllllUU.V MIIU. aro uusy maKing preparations to attend th3 Fourth Semi-anuuul session of thr Medical Association. thingf iu belts surveyliiB u lino from siiorniBii to Aid- which convenes at Purcell on Nov G. Every physiciau who can pos sibly get off should attend. I have bought the J. M. (Jol lodge stock of queensware, granite, iron ware, etc, nnd intend to re uoynto aud ro-stock my store until wo it will be equaled bv none in Aid more nnd have reached n point within six miles of Ardmoro.AVhethor wo hnvo boon rightly Informed or not wc arc not able to say hut Ardmore lias cx 1)0 c tod this rood to Unock nt her door for n numbor of years nnd is amply propnred to moot tho sttuntlon. Uouht loss no other rond would ho motv wol ooiuo than tho Cotton llt.lt and would he glad to hnvo our nlut hold a few months longer to hav-a ifcc right of-wny of this road nlacod upon It. All tho newest can be found at 3 3 Lkatuhkwooii Fiklpkk. Notice. Wo have no checker on the road but wo still meet all trains with hacks at wagonette prices. Akdmohu Thansfeu Co. 'P l.1. flirVi'PL- Mntlni.ai. which we will ilellyer to your home ust a little cheaper than any other house. Cut this list out and order from It. Dodson & Braun's Tomato Catsup. Midgets Sweot Pickles. Home made American style Pickles. Evaporated Horse ltadish. Spanish Queen Olives, plain and et uired. Tobasco Pepper Sauce. Salad Dressiug. Chow Chow. Manila Relish. French Mustard. Mustard with Horse Radish. Pickled Pepper Hash. Asparagus Tips. Tiger Brand bulk Preserves. Preserved Pitted Cherries. Gold Seal preserved Fruits. Belle Farm Apple Butter. And nil kinds of Staple Grocer ies and Feed. PETT1TT BROS. Elks Club S. H. TORBETT, E. R. R. L. SANDERS, Sec. Visiting Ellts cordially Invited. Olivette Soap. l'OH SAI.15 OH TUADH A 3-room cottage, with lmprovomunts; good woll of water nnd storm collar. Kiupilro nt Duncan Taliaferro's, on North Caddo at root. il-3t more tor queeuswaro, glassware. Tinware and granito iron. 3-Gt Stephen Noland. If you want fresh lowest prices go to M. Phone 125 or 74. Mrs. Sum Byrd -stf entertniueu r. small crowd of young people at her residence in South Ardmore Friday nicht in honor of her sister. . .1 - giucunes in m:rs i3fi.i viqni, wi,n ipnvoa n. morrow evening for Morgun Tex have F. Bomar. i Agents Salary or commission, $35 per month aud up. Choice of work, genteel, pleasant nnd pro fitnble. Permanent position Write for terni3, particulars, eto. General manager, Box 24 1 . Muskogee, I. T. 11-lm Buy tho Spriugttekl wagon from bpragtns. J. It. Pennington has received n cnrload of registered cattle, inosllv balls. He sold ono yesterdov to .1. R ,Uymuu, out on tho bayou. Uncle I) mi Chnmber sots at cost at Stephen Noland's. 3-Gt t A I . O I . j-ieniucrwoou w newer Have i guarantee to cure norpes sutler Uncle Dmi says it's goin' to just received a now and up to date ing from heaves no euro, no pay. raiu directly, so you needn't line ot lames' wraps. Call aud ur. A. iv. Collins, at White fc bring your tires to be "shrunk" nn see inem. u-at amuii's stable. 3 Gt. more. ....Will Stand.... THE TEST. Coal vs. Clinkers If clinkers were n penny n tou you wouldn't buy them to heat with, yet you pay the coal price for them when you buy poor coal. Eyer thing of that? .. .. Let us fill your bins with tho kind of Coal that Burns to Ashes. ARDMORE ICE GO. Rod Gross Tansy Pills The Ladies' FOR Suppressed Menstruation PAINFUL Menstruation AnJuPREVENTlVator FEMALE I IRREGULARITIES. Aro Safe and Reliable. t3T retfrclly Uarmleu Purely Vcko- lauici Never I'alll PRICE Sl.OO Sent pottpaid on receipt ot price. Money refunded it not ns lay. Sample an J llooklit scut free, Via dc Cinchona Co., dC3 Momcs, iowa. W. IJ. Kramo, Druggist. Camp Cook WnntetlT" Wanted nt onco n white camp cook. Apply to J. W. Powell, Russet, I. T. oot Wants to Thaoh A Kood se cond baud surrey for a kooiI cow nnd cnlf. Apply to 3Mt M. Goff.