Newspaper Page Text
Opera House. Don C. Hal. THREE NIGHTS ONLY. DEC. 10-17-18. Up to date Company, New Sours nnd Specialties between ench net. Prices 15, 25, 35. I. A WANT COLUMN. Advertisements under this head will bo rccolved at the rate of five (S) cento por line. No advertisement re ceived for less than fifteen cents (16) cents. Special monthly ratos furnish od on application. Tho notice mar contain any matter of "Lost." Found," 'Tor Kent." Kor Sale." "Stolen." "Strayed," or any purpose, without display lines. VVANThD. WANTKD Man to travel and ap point agents, salary and expense paid. Write 11. A. Illchanls. Durant. I. T. lC-lm WANTED A jflrl for gineral hougo work. Apply to Mrs. Belle Murphy, op posite the Catholic church. Ifrtf WANTED Anyone wanting a salary of $20 per month, write to Mrs. W. H. Faulkner, llrvrard. N. C. 14-!t WANTRD Anyone wanting a sal ary of $25 per month for twelr months, apply to box 16, Ilrerard, N. C. 14-St W.. i KD Deputies wanted for tho b,st Insurance plan on tne market U L. Tyer state deputy for the order American Plowmen .will give yon a money-making contract. Office over Jones' furniture store, or address box ZZi, Ardmore. I. T. dS-lm Wanted Young man to learn tel giapby and tUUon work for rail wy aerTtce. Tuition refunded If sit uation not aealsned. Address Dallas Telegraph College, Dallas. Texas. 8-1 2-1 m. LOST. loooooocoeooooeooooooooooe TOLD Bf TELEPHONE. oooooooooooooooooooooooot Dixie. John Towles and Miss Pearl Mcll vain were married yesterday at tho home of J. H. Mctlvaln. Emmett Parks and Mlaa Annie Bo ycr were also married hero yesterday. Cumberland. D. Q. Nowmnn of Cumberland and Miss Clara Boatlck of Skitter were married yesterday. Rev. Blaslngame of Sterrett otilclatlng. Quite a number of young people attended tbe wed ding. The appraisement and sale of town lots le now In full progress. Dougherty. Therewae quite a light at the depot here yesterday eetwen Jim Wilson, the SnU Ke brnkoman and Bob Dan vers of Mill Creek. The latter was considerably beat up about the head. The light was caused from an old grudge that haa existed between them for some time. They having had sev eral fights betore. Jim Barwls is here today from Nebo. WILL GRADE THE TOWN. OTHER...- Piano dealers como to town but like tho Arab soon fold up their tent nnd leave. Buy Your Pianos From a RoBiahlo Dealer, Ono, who tins the repu tutjoit.of selling lion iiatl'ianos. I can sell nuy mako at very low liRures. Conin Xt find Lixilc At My HtooU. E. B. LUKE, WEST MAIN STREET ARDMORE. Ieft on east table In postoDlce lobby this morning by llev. J. M. Grots, an Astor fountain pen, half stub. Party who found same will please leave with postmaster or Ardmorelte. 3tf FOR SM.E. "FOlt KENT I have for rent 500 ncre- of land In cultivation nnd BOO acres of pasture land with plenty of Umber and water. Bo Iilnko, Ard mnro. I T. 10-lri FOR RENT. KOH HUNT A nice suit of rooms ovor mv store. 11. W. llandol. 11-tt KOH KENT- Ono 3-room Apply James Mathors. cottage. 12-tf Perry Says Will Have RIght-of-Way In Three Weeks. The Ardmorelte reporter was stand in. on Bast Main street this mornnlng and noticing a great many loads of grain being weighed pn Holland's scales and seeing Contractor John Durke standing near, asked him what he was buying so much grain for. Mr. Uurke went on to tell us thai as he would be at his present camp for some time to come he thought it cheaper to purchase in large quant! ties. In answer to our question as to whether he would get to grading In town soon he said: 'Yes, I think I will be able to get into town soon. I received a telegram last night from the general conntrac tors, who stated that they had Infor mation from Attornoy nnd Vivo-Pres Ident W. C. Porry oi the A. & C, stat ing that thoy would ho ablo to glvo him tho right-of-way In tho city,, of Ardmore within thrco weeks." That being the case Mr. Burke will hold his present camp until after ho grados tho road through Ardmore. Notice for Benevolent Society. Last Thursday tile weather was so bad that few of our members were present all praise to the few so we will meet again next Thursday with Mrs. Tolson, one door east of Broad way M. E. church. Wo most then com ploto our arrangement for Christmas. Anyone knowing of children that should be remembered at this time please roport at this meeting. Mrs. J. W. COLLEDOE. Pros. Mrs. M. L. MADDEN. Secy. C. H Jones Furniture House Has just unloaded a 24,0OO pound car of the prettiest Furniture that ever came to Ardmore. Chiffoniers DUffcts Sideboard Woman's Guild. r The Woman's Guild of St. Philips (Enlacopnl) church will meet at the church Tuesday aftornuon at 3 o'clock. prompt. A full attendance Is desired. MISS BEULAir OKEEN. Secy. China Ousels Combination Cases Center Tables Office Deshs Bookcases; See the collection' of handsonie par- tor lamps at Noland's ehlna hall. The prieos range from 9Br to $10, you can find something that will exactly please I you. Second door west of City Nation-! al bank. l5-6t I Get your dress ami dress mlnge at cost atr Leatherwood &FioId-1 er's. is-3t I Just received a btjr Heins's preserves and at Jake's. shipment of I A NEW MANAGEMENT BLINDS AY HOUSED -! Gainesville, H Ali 0s.X:p- Texas. and of Tremnnt Motel, Ualveton. Good Service, km villi Ml (lean Rooms. apple butter 15-2t Free reclining ohalr cars hy the 'Choctnw Iloute." So trancior at Memphis. Dr. Echols will be at tho Wilmington hotel every Monday, fronj 1 to 4 p.m. Practice limited to disease of the eye. ear, nose and throat. Errors of re fraction corrected. " 19-tt Get a Jar of thoie Heinz fine cherry presorves at Jake's. This Ib something yow can't make at home. 15-2t A delayed shipment of Roger Tiros.' standard silver knives, forks and spoons has arrived and we have cut the prices to the quick in order to sell overy set during the holidays. Its money to you to buy them from us. 13-llt DIVENS & WILLIAMS Treat yoursolf to a box of fine EUlus for your holiday smoking. 15-ic Wo have tho finost lino of fancy cakes ever handled In Ardmore. Como and soo them. Peoples Cafe 15--U You will find a complete stock of Roger Bros.' Al silverware at Noland's china hall. l4-6t You savo money when you buy lum ber from tho East Side Lumber Co. ralov Hros.. Managers. 15d-3wl Wo want to figure with you on that bill of lumber whethor It bo largo or mall. Wo know wo can savo you monoy. East Sluo Lumucr i;o ira lev Dros.. Managers. 15d-3w Queen of the A car of Just received. Until this car li rtsstil sifir my m f IS QUIU JiJU UUU Pantry Flour FELKER'S. to Dillard's and seo our immenso stock of fine watches. Jowolry, etc. 10-tf Frosh oystors, fish, quail, mallard duck, celery and lettuce at Pecplos Cafe. 15-4t The LKilir S STEWART Transfer Co. With Rubber Tiro Closed Carrinues auil Hacks meet all traius day or uicktuod answer all special calls. 'CITY LIVERY STABLE 'Phone 27. B. P.O. Elks Moots 2ml ft nil tlh Friday nlKhtii Huh roumx ltu (rum 8 a. m. to 11 p. in VUltlni; V.Ui niwuys Moioomu S. 1. TOKBETT, E. R R. L. SANDERS, Sec, Any and everything that belongs to n first-class stock of groceries can be found at Folkor's. lG-3t Don't forgot tho city llvory stable for tho swollost turnouts In tho city honno L'7. T. . OATIIEY, Prop. 25-lm Insuro your proporty with tho L. I Tyor agoncy. Flro and tornado Insur ance. dS-lm Now Is tho tlmo to got tho ladles una gold watch at n bargain at A. A llulard & Son's. 10-tt Sco tho brand now stock of hand Bomo guns at E. Noland's. Wo will sell you shot guns from J5.G0 to ?2C. Sec ond door west of City National bank You will find all kinds of igrodlonta for baklnc Christmas cakes at FoV Sunday School Officers. Tho First Baptist Sunday school elected officers yesterday for the year 1902. They arc: G. S. Jobe, superin tendent and J. F. Easloy, serctary, Tho teachers aro Dr. J. F. Young. Miss Daisy Nichols, Mrs. E. C. Heath and Dr. S. C. Clonts. Tho Sunday school Is making elaborate preparations for n Christmas tree. They aro the Queen olives In bull: at Jako's. l5-2t nulard's china hall Is the homo of IJrlng your wlfo or your sweetheart Christmas and holiday goods. 16-tf Got a cloak at Just what It cost at Loathorwood & Floldor's. 15-3t Soo tho now neckwear on display at cost at Leatherwood & Fielder's. I. BOGER, Tho Daily AdmoroIto to your homo folks will cost you $5.00 for tho year You novor Invested money In a more profitable concorn. Sond It to them now. They know tho worth of a good paper and want to rend the Ardmore lte. Dulnrd has the biggest stock of china, lamps, toys, etc., In the Indian rritory nnd his prices are tho low est. . Islt ins store. lC-tf THE WATCHMAKER has the most complete llnr of Watch- ea, Clocks, Rings and Jewi hy for tho Holidays ever handled In Ardmore. These goods will be disposed of at the very lowest possible rate. Call and see wntches of my own make before leaving your work ols- .vhere. All work In line of repairs done with neatness nnd dispatch. 10-tf I. ROGER At Raniboy's Drug store, Notice to the Publls. We understand there is a certain business man In this city who made the statement that the reason wo wero selling clocks so cheap was because we were going to leave town. Tho statement is utterly false. We do not charge oxtortlonate prices and only ask living profits. lCdC-w A. A. DULARD & SON. Ladles Aid Meeting. The Ladles Aid Society of tho Cum berland Presbytorlnn church will meet with Mrs. J. R. Pennington Tuoeday afternoon at 3 o'clock .Iluelness of Im portnnce to bo transacted. Mrs, II. C. POTTERF, Pros, heel free! free! "..Inspection oy.1 Hamly's Photos Married. Dr. E. V. nrunon of Hardy, Tox., nnd Mrs. Josyo Plasmtta of Ardmore, at tho llroadway Methodist parsonage by Rov. J, M. Gross, Dcccmbor 10, 1901 AT THE BLUE TENT I foi Photos "you'll you wish r X m a s have to hurry. HAMLY. Phone 128. Olives In bulk at Jake. 15v2t ill cis I m m 75c im.w.'m LV. tf2 Vy''T-? nnfro rj- tut list mwm. Phll m mm nkbi Our Liquors come direct from tho U. wnr& Louse. We pay tart on thew direet to the' jjovenv uit'tit, ticrelore we snninntee them to be pjiare. Wo. are distiller's distributors, therefore save you middle man's yrofit. for full quarts- of &tar-old IJeutuuiy Whis ky, any of tbe brnds nnmed: Mjrhtiii Club, full qt. 75c Voi!d Dealer, fall qt. 75c 0. h C, full qt. 73c Old Crow, fsil ql. ?5c The above brznrjs ihfp In ji'gs at $2. 75. Id Ky. hffcltt-V,. full (KE31STKKED) (). $1 SO. 1 juRs G 50. The poods aro p&akod fo con" fan till $3 00 yjirebases and over. L'WrA fn Hrrlor "SVrite P'Rn- Kemit by -lkUW IU UIUCI iiostoffieeoospress order. wj snip Rociis itie same uaj oruer is received. Your money.relurned II yet are dlssatlsfbl with the goods, f - I ! f. yve Arc r;cspwnsiDic. inqiure at uainesviiw. National, Keu Kiver and b irst National Dank. uaiii us uaiiioviuu WhiV . Schwnrz & Co., Proprietors. r SIVEN MAY ABSOLUTELY FREE! We want every lady and every school girl of 8 years of age and over to visit our store before Christmas, and as an induce ment, aside from our fine line of goods, we offer to give away Picking Choice of Our Superb Line . of Smoking Jackets. Every lady and girl visiting our store is entitled to draw a number. A duplicate of the winning number is held by Alfred Wolverton at the Citv National Bank, and no one but Mr. Wolverton knows what that number is. The winning number will be published in the afternoon of Christmas Eve day, and the fortunate person may call at our store and take choice of our Smoking Jackets. It will make a present that any man will appreciate. 1 1 l I I I'll I 1 . we no not asK you xo ouy io enxme you to araw, out we do want you to look through our entire line of the new designs in Silk Mufflers, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, the latest ere- ations in men's Neckwear, Silk Hosiery, FOR there's Will Negotiate. Constantinople, Dec. 1G. It Is un derstood hero that tho locations havo handed over tho case of Miss Ellen M. Stono and Mrao. Tsllka to tho missionaries. In tho hopo that tho lat lor will bo nblo to convlnco tho brig ands that tho sum subscribed In tho United States Is tho actual amount of monoy avnllablo for tho ranpom of tho captives. It Is repor(ea" thnt tho au thorities at Washlgton havo cabled to Spencor Eddy, tho United StatcH charso d'affalrs, approving of this Aiiisin WINTER LEISURE N world of jfttii faction In tho Smoking Jackets rioisse Coats Lounging Robes Net Hiah.Priced Goods, for Gift Purposes Only, but Popular Novelties, in l'opular r obricj, ct lopul&r Prices to supply the wtwnts of the overy-dty ma.n vrho appreciates House Comfort. Let us show you the lines you'll bo willing to p&y more tlitoi we ask. axti nssnmiiBsW.iH -fisw v n ncy colored Cotton Hosiery, Knox and Stetson Hats, fine Umbrellas. Grins. Trunks, and Shirts. We have many thing that you will wantfor Holidays, and our prices are lower now than at any other time during the season, RINGER BROS. .A kor's. , . . 15-3t vvisvi 4 .