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DDCAH
DVLrtLL.
Only when it is
QUEEN OF
oh CRESCENT
We have in stock now a car of each.
We Sell Bell Springs Creamery Butter. .
Everything that's good in Groceries you "will find
here.
All kinds of canned goods are selling very cheap
at our store.
Feller,
Olivette Soap.
mm
....Will Stand....
THE TEST.
KRAZ7&E&
HEADACHE
CURES ANY KIND OF IIEADACJIE.
500 reward for any injurious
substance found in these enD.tulo.4.
Perfectly harmless. Soldbydrtgfris ts.
NORMAN UCHTY rire.CO.DES M0INES.IA.
W. U. Framo. Druggist.
10,000
h devils hammer
mnillir inij your head.
1
J yThe Bluest Blue makes the
whitest white, that 8 Red Cross
Bug Blue, Kefuso imitations.
The Bain waRon is a great fa
vorite among those who use them.
When you buy the Bain you make
no mistake. Spragins & Co. sells
them.
BANNER SALVE
tho most heallns salvo In tho world.
Election of Officers.
On Tuesday, January tho fourteenth,
1902, between tho hours of 10 a. m.,
arid 3 p. m there will bo a meeting of
tho shareholders of tho First National
Dank of Ardmore, I. T., at its offlco
in Ardmore, I.T., for tho purpose of ele
cting flvo dlicctoro to seivn for tho
ensuing year.
C. U ANDERSON. Cashier.
Don't forgot Dulard's for cut
glass. 10-tf
Tho Dally Ardmorcltc to your homo
folks will cost you $5.00 for tho year
You nover Invested money in a more
profitable concern. Send It to them
now. Thoy know tho worth of a good
Proper and want to read tho Ardmore
lto. Red Cross Bag blue makes the
clothes whiter thun snow. Large
package only 5 cents.
I00K OUT FOR
T. N. Coleman's
I Higli Grade -Holiday Goods t
I At Low Figures.
Is the Staff of
LIFE
made of
THE PANTRY
FLOUR.
THE GROCER.
J
Hogan's Alley.
Hoean's Alloy, three-act farce, was
first Introduced an cartoon in Now
York Journal .The niece was written
by Joe Flynn, tlio acknowledged king
of tho coltlc stage. Tho Yellow Kid
and ull tho tonanta of tho Alloy are
all characters seen In everyday life.
Tho fun comes In rapid succession, the
laughing habit follows. Tho piece has
had tho largest and most successful
run of any farce In tho East and has
broken all records. They are hore
January 1, 1002.
Felkcr has every thing kept In a
first class grocery store. Order what
you want for your table, Felkcr has
it. 29-3t.
Grand Jubilee.
I'rogrnm of Grand Jubilee servlco at
the First Uaptlst Church next Tues
day night, lasting until 12 o'clock:
1. A Sermon on the Church Cove
nant, by tho Pastor.
2. Social feature (30 minutes).
3. Personal Uesponslblllty of Church
Members, by Miss Daisy Nichols and
Mrs. M. L. Garrett.
4. A fifteen minutes talk on "Fam
ily and Secret Devotion," by Deacon
Hill.
. "A retrospective and Prospective
View of Our Work," by Judge Gar
rett.
i. "Why Each Member Should Help
Dear the Financial BurdcnB of the
Church," by Georgo Job.
7. A plea for co-operation of
Church and Pastor In all our work, by
Mrs. Nannie Heath and Mrs. Finis
Fox.
8. Now Years Resolutions.
9. Closo with prayer at 12 o'clock
sharp.
There will bo plenty of excellent
music arranged by Prof. Walter Nich
ols. A grading outfit arrived In tho city
yesterday afterno'on from Tecumseh,
Okla., wliero they havjf been at work
on tho Choctaw grade near that place.
Thoy wi'l begin work on tho A. & C.
tomorrow under Mr. Burke, west of
tho city.
Felkcr has East Toxas ribbon cane
syrup. 29-3t
No dirt, no mineral, no wasto In
Laldlaw's coal. 19-tf
T. J. Higgs & Son
have purchased tho
Wagy Moat Market
on North Caddo street and solicit
public patronuge. They have em
ployed an expert butcher and will
use all diligence to give satisfac
tion. Give them a call.
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Capt. J. S. Hammer went to Purcoll
yesterday.
C. W. C. Norwood, of Hyan was hore
yesterday.
Prof. A. I.. Day of Commerce, Toxas.
is in tho city. ;
W. S. KoeS of Gaiuesvlllo was in the
city yostordny.
J. 11. Akors was In tho city yester
day from Woodford.
Fred Ferris loft last evening on a
business trip to Fort Worth.
Sam Home of Clilcknslia was nt
the Whittlngton yostorday.
Moran Scott roftrned from Gaines
ville on tho noon train yesterday.
T. W, Smith, assistant postmaster at
Durwood, was In tho city last night.
T. I. Hamm, manager of the Pauls
Valley News, was In tho city yesterday
morning.
Geo. W. Chancollor, T. W. Splawn
and Jns. Freeman, came up yesterday
irom Mnrletta.
Albert Itennlo, a rising young law
yer of Pauls Valley, vas on our
streets yesterday.
Doputlos J. A. Drown of Purcoll nnd
Leon Drown of Mill Creek came In
yesterday afternoon.
Miss Fannie Jameson of Clnrksvlllo,
Texas, Is In the city visiting tho fam
ily of D. H. Durfce.
Judge Cyrus W. Keen, a prominent
attornoy nnd ex-Comml83ionor of Wyn
newood, was in tho city yostorday.
A. C. Zook and wlfo of Milan, Kan.,
are In the city spending tho holidays
with their sister, Mrs. J. H. Hason.
Hud Young. John Mnss y, John Shel-
ton. Mr. Carson. J. W. Suggs, and John
Mulkey were in tho city yesterday
from Derwyn.
Mrs. Mngglo W. Parry, who haB
been visiting in tho city for nearly
a week loft this morning for her home
In Sherman.
J. W. Dryer, one of tho stockholders
and managers of the Ardmore Tele
phone Company, is In tho city from
Chicago.
S. H. Wotton, wife and baby, who
have been visiting Mrs. Woolen's pai
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Doak, dur
ing the holidays, returned home to
Hyan yesterday.
Mr. John Carr of Ardmore is in tho
city tho guest of his old classmate,
Prof. Glrton, of Kendall College. Ho
Is .hero to attend tho teachers nsso'
elation meeting. Muskogee Times,
Prof. J. H. Hendrlx, of tho Ardmoro
public schools, who Is hero attending
tho Territorial Teachers Association
Is an old classmato of Mr. W. E. How
soy of tho Territorial Trust nnd Sur
ety Company. Muskogeo Phoenix
Hugh Suggs camo In from Derwyn
ast evening nnd says that Chrsltmas at
his town wns probably the quietest ho
has known. Every one enjoyed them'
selves but there was no unnecessary
celebration.
Mrs. Anna Ncal, and little son,
Clarence, of Columbus, 0 aro In the
city visiting Mrs. Neal's sister, Mrs
Laura James. Mrs. James has not
seen her sister beforo in three years,
and Is delighted with her visit.
John Williams was brought down
yesterday afternoon by Deputy J. A.
Hrown, charged with stealing a pistol
of tho vnluo bt $15 from ono G. A.
Mitchell. Ho was arested four miles
southwest of Okra, I. T., on a bench
warrant.
Don't know whero they get it but
the East Side Lumber Co., havo the
best lumber in Ardmore, and they
always make tho price right.
Fraley Dros. Managers.
'29-3t
This is inventory weok and wo nro
going to do some very cheap selling.
If you need any thing In tho men's
furnishing line, como In and price our
goods. Hingor Dros.
2D-3t
At best, Is costs enough to build so
you had bettor see old man Fraley and
make a big saving on that carpenter
work you want done. 29-3t
John Whayno and Finis McFarland
who for Bomo tlmo have been employ
ed with Whltemnn Dros. will leavo
hero Tuesday night for Pauls Valley
whero with Mr. J. R. Sullivan, they
will enter tho wholesalo nnd commis
sion business. Doth aro sterling young
business men and wo regret to logo
hem. Our best wishes go with them and
wo predict that their business will bo
successful. Jo Dcrkshlro will suc
ceed Mr. McFarland In tho offlco, and
Mr. Derkshlro who has represented
the firm in the inland towns will bo
succeeded by James Whayno.
Frank LUtlo went out to his ranch
Friday and dehorned fifty-three bead
of cattlo and branded thirty-six calves.
FIRST
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Services todny 11 a. m.
Subject:
"The Christian' Inventory."
At 7:30 p. m., subjects
"ChaiiKes of the Century."
Everybody cordiolly invited.
Ciias. C. Wkith, Pastor.
CUMBERLAND
PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCIJ.
C M. CoiiWS'S, M. A., Pastor.
Sermou themes to-dny:
11 A. i.
"A. HAIVf NEW YEAR."
7 p. M.
'A PROSPEROUS JOUUNEY.i
Corn" worship with us,
ONE MILLION FEET OF LUMDER.
Part of It Here Now to Build Hillroad
Bridges.
Work will be pushed from this tlmo
on, on tho hrldgo work of the C, O. &
G. and A. & C. roads for fifteen miles
out. Contractor Sullivan has the work
In charge and will build all tho bridges
for both roads for about fifteen miles
cast, or to tho point where the roads
separate.
One million feet of lumber has been
ordered for tho occasion and tho first
consignment of It has nlrendy arrived.
Tho steam and horse-power pile
driver Is looked for every day and tho
work of drlvl' g thorn In the ground
will commence at once. The piles nee-
essury to support tho trains of the two
roads across this chasm, laid end to
end, would measure U.8S0 feet. .
The East Side Lumber Co., hns re-
celved four cars of lino lumber since
Christmas and tnoro Is coming. Do like
others aro doing, save money by huy
Inlg your lumbor from them.
Fraley Dros. Managers.
29-3t
Wo will slaughter nil the handsome
holiday goods In ofir store this week
Como In and see us.
29-3t Hingor Dros.
Christian Science Notes.
Christian Scicnco Is the holy path
trod only by tho redeemed of JClon.
Christian Science teaches that God
Is - supremo and that wo aro of God
and -by God utir only Fathor. Chris
thin Science is logical and reasonable
Christian Science teaches that love
Is tho principle of religion. Christian
Science teaches ns to obey tho Gol
den Hulo. Christian Scienco tenchot
us how to work out our own snlvatlon
knowing that God will finish a goo
work that Is begun in us.
C. F. Fraley wants to figure with
you on that new building you nre
thinking about having put up. 29-3t
V'. E. Hlgga of San Marcos, Texas,
has purchased tho Wagy Meat Market
on North Caddo street and Is now oust
of our pushing business men.
Vcs Davenport, wo regret to stato Is
confined to IiIb home, with a case or
smallpox.
J. S. Gammol or Eastman nnd J. J.
Drooks of Orr tied In tho radio for the
flno violin at E. D. Luko's mimic store.
A. L. Day sold his resldenco prop
erty, near Hargrovo College, yesterday
to E. A. Walker. Consideration $1500.
Tho Ardmoreite wns brightened yes
today evening by a pleasant visit from
Mrs. J. H. Williams and Miss Jennie
Williams accompanied by Misses
Tullyo LIgon, Coral Hash and Mrs. O.
Smith of Sulphur Springs. Toxas. La
dles, year visit was a brief but pleas
ant ono and wo ask you to como ngain.
Tho heavy holiday selling-wrecked
our storo and now wo want to finish'
selling all holiday goods at about half
Prlco. Ringer Dros.
29-3t
Cotton seed meal alwaya on hand,
and you will find at my storo tho finest
Georgia ribbon cano syrup you ever
V- M. V. Domar.
29-lm
The Elks.
Tho entertainment at tho Elk's hall
last night was very good. Thoso
who wero present pronounco It a very
high grade entertnlnment. Tho local
talent acquitted Itself with great credit.
Mr, Geo. W. Malenburg'a renditions
wero dramatic and ho ranks high as
an urtlst on tho stago as well as an
entertaining talker.
Dray No. 20 is always reliable
and prompt. When you want any
hauling done, 'phono No. 20,
Chickasaw Lumber yard.
dG lm R. B, Wilkinson.
Millinery
Now is the time to buy Ladies'
and Misses' Hats,
ing them out at
prices. . . Miss
only a short time
you want a swell
any retrimming
you can do so.
in Veilinsrs.
v
J. J. DABJBS
DR. J. G. ABERNETHY,
..Dentist.:
Dp to Date Dentistry.
Crown and Urldiic Work that elves
satisfaction.
Plates that nre guaranteed to lit.
Fllllnes Gold. AnmlKUHi. I'orcc-
luln, Inlnys, etc.
At prices consistent, with irooc
workmanship.
Rooms over T. N. Coleman'
Drug Store.
DR. J. P. FANN, JR.,
jr..
r7 j
VWtj? iU'. opposite
-Hr v i iiiTii ilium
p0ai 0fJce.
ARDMORE, IND. TER.
I am prepaired with all the latest
modern improvements in dental
science ami can turn out as cooil
work ns can bo had anywhere
Special attention niven to correc
tions and irregularities in children.
Teeth, Crown and Bridge work
nicely executed. All dental work
done in an piisv and artistic man
ner. Charges reasonable. Satis
faction miarnnteed. A share of
your patronage is solicited.
SEE
ME....
Before you sell
Your SECOND
HAND
GOODS.
W. H. Rodgers.
" 'jW
Kanas 6ity and Return
is undoubtedly extraordinary rates, but it
fades to insignificance when compared to the
prevailing prices at Lowenstein's
New yenr Excursions
of bargain seekers are daily visitors to our
millinery parlors. All aboard for Lowenstein's
VIA
Quality, fconomy and Satisfaction
A happy New Year to all.
as we are clos
almost 3'our own
Piatt will be here
longer, and it
Hat trimmed or
done, call as soon
Special values
KEMP & MAYTUBBY
General LiYery Business.
UACKS meet all trains
at Ravia day and
night.
Tishomingo, I. T.
CITY SCAVENGER.
Prompt attention will
be given to all Sanitary
work. Notify me thro
the postoff ice. Box 704
BOB McGHEE.
Prices cut in half.
I am going to give
for a Xmas present
..to every ono who
wonts a nice dress hut, street hat,
veil or gloves, jU3t huh off. Don't
tniBS seine my lino before buying.
Mrs, Lila II, Bomar,
Opposite Postofllce.
Tho pastor of the Carter Avenuo
chuich Houth, John L. Williams,
bus returned from Fort Worth,
Texas and will preach Sunday at
11 n. m., and 7 p. m. YOU are
welcome.
DRS. WOOD
..Real up to date
painless Dentirtry at
reasonable prices.
ARDMORE, I. T.
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