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Kloski Opera House
WANT COLUMN. 1 11 STATES GOURT oooooo o ooooooo o o o ooooooo One Night Only, Wednesday t January IS I Phillips & Kusell 'PreBont the Now York World 3 act Cartoon Coraoly Hogan's Alley and The Yellow Kid A Scrcntning Comedy! Sparkling Mnsiel Chorus of Pretty Girls. Prices 25, 50 oil 75c Scats on sale at Ramsey's TUlE prime feuturo upon which tho success or future of the Piano manufacturer depends is ..TONE QUALITY.. The judges, the critics, the mu sicians upon whose opinion the ropuliition of it Piano so strongly hangs, invariably prefer the relia ble Bush &Qi:kts when compared with othor Pianos- .. I havu an olegant stock of these excellent Pianos and prices nro very low. E. B. LUKE W. Main St., Ardmoro. J-J EADQ U ARTERS for CHRISTMAS FRUITS, NUTS AND CANDIES M. T. FELKER- With Rubber Tiro Closed Carriages and llueka meet all trains day or night nad nnswur all special calls. CITY LIVERY STABLE, 'Phono 27. B. P.O. Elks Meats and omt 4tb PrltUr nlKhta. Club room aoon from 9 a. m. to II p. in VUltlnir i: I k s iilwiiy wolcoino. S. fe. TORBETT, E. R. R. L. SANDERS, Sec. a 6 Silver Dime Oil OP OALVESTON, TEXAS. Owning Property in the Famous Oil Field, Spindle Top Heights at Beaumont. , Buy stock in this company now before the price is raised. Their first well, flowing lOO, OOO bbls of oil per day, is just in and the second is nearly finished. Contract has beeu made for the salo of one million barrels of oil at markot price and as upon us returns of sale come in a divi dend is to be declared. It is thought the stock will be worth several times its present price in a short while. Par value of shares, 10c. For information or to place orders apply to N. R. TISDAL, Agent. Advertisements under this head will bo received at tho rato of flvo (D) cents per line, No advertisement re ceived for loss than fifteen cents (1G) cents. Spcclnl monthly rates furnish ed on application. Tho notlco may contain any matter of "Ixwt," "Found," "For Kent." For Sale," "Stolon," "Strayed," or any purposo, without display lines. WANTED. WANTKD closo In. -Nlco furnished Box 393. room, 2Gtf WANTED Man to travel and ap point agents, salary and expenses paid. Wrlto H. A. Richards, Durant, I. T. lC-lm Wa i'KD Domitles wanted for tho best Insurance plan on tno market. Ij. L. Tyer state deputy for tho order American Plowmen ,vrlll glvo you a money-making contract. Oulco over Jones' furnlturo store, or address box 633, Ardmoro, I. T. d8-lm Wanted Young man to learn tel egraphy and station work for rail way sorvlco. Tuition refunded If sit uation not assigned. Address Dallas Telegraph Collcgo, Dallas, Texas. 8-1 2-1 in. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Well Improved ploco of property, thrco blocks south of court house. Enqulro of W. S. Wolverton Sc. Son. 1-tf WANTED To sell a gentle buggv horse, on twclvo month's time. Apply to A. V. Doak, court house. 3 1-tf FOR SALE A stock of groceries, old established business; lino trado already worked up; choice stand, on Main Btreot, Ardmoro, 1. T. 29-tf REDF1ELD REAL ESTATE AGENCY. FOR SALE My homo on Hargrove Heights. Goorgo Corhn, with Ulvons & Williams. " 22-lm FOR RENT. FOR RENT 'lnroo furnished rooms, comploto In ovory respect, one block south of Postofllco, opposite Leon hotel. Mrs. Clarence Truolove. 31-.1t FOR RENT Several two-room houses In tho oast part of town. W. F. Reard at Mullen & Mullen's olllcc. 30tf. FOR RENT A nice suit of rooms over my store. R. W. Randol. 11-tf It Is very ovldont Hogan's Alley will bo greeted with n largo house, simply judging from tho fact that It has had a universal reputation of creating more laughs to tho squaro Inch than all other fnrco comedies. When Mr. Joo Flynn wroto Hogan'B Alloy nnd the Yellow Kid , It was his lucky day as It has mndo him a hand sonio sum. Tho plcco has no plots but moroly concocted to Introduco .laugh tor. Tho Yellow Kid helps to keep tho audlcnco guessing and tho entire casto Is nn oxcoptlounl strong one. Hogan's Alley will bo greeted with a packed house. Seats now on sale. free! free! Free! ..Inspection of.. Hamly's Photos AT THE BLUE TENT IF you wish Photos i for ?X m a s "you'll have to hurry." HAMLY. Phone 128. Company TWO VERDICTS OF QUILTY REN DERED BY JURY. A Handsome Budget of Butlncss Transacted The Ravla Burglary and Larceny Crew Plea-led Not Guilty Other Caies. Since going to press yestordny oftor- noon tho following business has trans plied In tho district court: llrlt Hardwlck nnd Dick Harrlo, cuarged with larceny, represented b) M. L. Garrett nnd II. W. Dick, tho Jury brought In a verdict of gul'tv Kobt. Drashcars vs. Allco Brsli.rs master's report filed. Ciiaa. Murrlll, assault to kill, ar raigned and pleaded not guilty. Mitchell McKcnzIo vs. Margaret McKcnzIo, master's report filed. The same was dono in tho caso of Danlol Gray vs. Mary L. Gray. Attachments were ordered Issued for all tho government witnesses In tho case of Cbas. Murrlll, assault to kill. Witnesses secured and caso went to trial. After creaming the witnesses tho Jury returned a verdict of not guilty by order of tho court. Hctta Hudolph, Garland Burton, Art Freebnck. Frank Wilson, Dolla Lan trip, Ella Lantrlp and Pearl Johnson, tho three men charged with burglary and larceny1 and tho four women charged with receiving stolen prop erty, wcro nil brought Into tho court, arraigned and pleaded not gullty.They wero lndcd a hnrd looking lot. J. P. Jordan, forgery, Jury returned a vordlct of guilty. E. C. CArter of Marlotta wns made n notary public. In the ostato of tho late A. J. Wol vorton, nn ordor was made appointing Mrs. Hostor Ann Wolverton execu trix and W. S. Wolverton executor. Oce Jones vs. W. 11. Krcbbs ct al.; decree. Tho master's report was filed In tho caso of M. J. Hoguo vs. Chas. Hogue. Wnlkor George, larceny; continued by govornmont. H. W. Georgo nnd Win. McKcllop, forgory; continued by government. In tho case of Wnlkor Georgo ct al., lnrceny, bIx counts; all wero contin ued by tho govornmont. Oliver Mntthows, larceny; re-rofer-red to grnnd Jury. Dud Harrold, charged with larceny, represented by Potter & Potter, was on trial whon court adjourned today at noon. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Informal Reception, Delightful Even ing's Entertainment. Last night at the Fist Presbyterian church tho pastor and members of tho session nnd their families, hold nn in formal reception. All tho members of tho church and congregation were In vited and moro than one hundred wore present. Tho people camo expecting n good tlmo nnd nono wero disappointed from tho beginning to tho end every ono enjoyed himself, thoro was no formal ity or constraint, everybody felt nt homo and had a nlco nine. Vocal solos wero rendered by Mes dames C. M. Campbell and H. E. Fos ter, an Instrumental solo by Mrs. N. II. McCoy and a duot by Misses Mln nlo Philips and Lcnora Butts. Tho music wns oxcollent nnd greatly ap preciated by all present. Short Impromptu speeches wero tho noxt feature Col. Suggs gavo an Inter esting nnd humorous description of "Tho Good Old Days." Ho described llfo as a boy whon ho had to walk threo miles to church and Sunday school.Tho long Sundays whon no ono wns allowed to whistle or run, tho dif ficulties of travol, primitive- mall de livery, and ospcclnlly tho sclonco of ox drlvlng. Also tho discomforts of tho old-fashioned school and tho rigid dis cipline. Tho Colnnnl'n speech wns In teresting and amusing and gener ous ly applauded. Judgo S. II. Bradford gavo "A lay man's views of what tho mlnlstor ought to bo." Ho described tho church of tho oldon time, tho groat length of sermon and general discomforts of nttondlng sorvlco; also dwelt on tho earnostnoss of tho people of that day. Ho then proceeded to describe tho modorn church, Its virtues nnd de fects, tho modorn prcachor and what ho should be. Hlr address was vory good ond llstonrj to with great In terest. Tho wives of tho pastor nnd oldnra had prepared excellent rofroshments, which woro served by tho young ladles to tho assembled guests. Special ar rangements bad been mudo for SOrV Ini nn mitnrtnlnlnr 41m n).lr.l.nn nn.l tho little folks had n royal goodlia as well as their elders. o ooooooooooo oooooo oooooo Springer. Messrs. O'Bryan and Patton are still on the sick list. Dr. Harbcrt, Edgar Schrum nnd Clias. Askow went to Ardmore todavi Lone Grove.. Mrs. L. L. Etter returned yeatctday from a visit to Henrietta, Tox. Mrs. Emma Stewart and children from Arkansas arc visiting rclathus here. Tho work of grading the A. C. west of hero has stopped. A force of men however Is still at work four miles west, clearing tho rlght-of way for tho graders, near tho bayou. Grad ing Is still in progress one mllo east of town. Loco. It. W. BIovlns,& Co. sold their bu-I-ncss hero yesterday to It. H. nnd Dr. Robertson. The latter resides at Dun can. Tho name of tho now firm will bo It. II. Robertson & Dro. Miss Calllo Hill and Oscar Walker of this place will bo married thU evening at 7 o'clock at tho homo of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hill. Tishomingo. Gov. Johnston of Emet was hero to day on business. Mr. Chapman of Ravla is hero to day. Judge Wclfo and Will Mikle w .r.t to An'noro yesterday on business. They will return homo today. All who attended tho ball In tho Colbert building last night report a nlco time. They marched up to f'.o church and at midnight rang out the old year and rang In tho now. Earl. H. M. Holllngsworth Is confined to his room today by Bickness. Mrs. L. O. Harris is also reported quite sick. J. W. McAllister, who was so jad ly burned Christmas by being shot In tho side with a Roman candle, Is re ported In a serious condition. Madill. R. B. Walker nnd family left last night for Denlson. From thoro Mr. Walker's family will go to Indlanola In tho Choctaw Nation. Mr. Walker will follow them In a few days. Mrs. Whiting and son from Bells, Tex., camo up yesterday. Sho Is vis iting her daughter, Mrs. D. B. Talla forro. Mrs. D. G. Glass died yesterday morning and will bo burled at Oak land today. Mrs. Colby is vory low with pneu monia. Tho Lewis livery stable is bein moved off the A. & C. right-of-way today. Finest fruit cakes you over saw at Sploglo3 from 25 to 40 cents pur pound. 10-tf Executor's Notice. Lottors testamentary on tho tstato of Dr. A. J. Wolvorton, deceased, woro granted to tho undersigned, Mrs. Hos tor Ann Wolvorton, as executrix, and W. S. Wolvorton as executor, dated December 31st, 1901, by the IT-ilted States Court for the Southern Dis trict of tho Indian Territory, at Ard moro. All persons having claims against snld cstato nro required to ex hlblt them, properly authenticated, for allowanco to tho said executrix and ex ecutor, within ono year aftor date of Bald letters testamentary, or they may bo precluded from any benefit In said estate; and If such claims bo not ex hibited within two years from tho date of said letters testamentary, they shall bo forever barred and precluded from any benefit from sard estate. Ardmoro, Indian Territory, this tho 31st day of December, A. D. 1901. Hostor Ann Wolvorton, Executrix. W. S. Wolvorton, Exectftor. First published January 1, 1902. The Bcnovolont Society will meet with Mrs. C. L. Byrne tomorrow af tomoon at 3 o'clock. It Is to bo hoped that as mnny members as posstbk will bo present. Dinner and Supper. Tho ladlo3 of tho Flrrt Baptist church served a fine dinner toiny at A. C. Young's old stand, on West Malr. street. Tonight you can got a No. 1 suppor at thd samo place. This net of thoeo ladlos Is for tho purpose of raising monoy to pay off a debt the church Jias owed over since tho chur-h wns built. A largo crowd of peoplo took dlnr.or with tho ladies today. Installation and Oyster Supper. Tho Woodmen of tho Worll of Stonownll, I. T., will glvo an oyster suppor In tho Mnsonlc hall Saturday night, January 4th. Tho officers of tho camp will bo publicly Installed the Batno nlgliL All are cordially Invited. "Ladles who take prldo In clear, white clothes should use Red Cross Bag Blue. Refuse Imitations." C R. Joxm wishes you a most pleasant and prosperous New Year. A NEW MANAGEMENT LINDSAY Gainesville, HARRY A. SHAFFER, Prop Formerly of Oriental Hotel, Dallas, and of- Tremont Motel, Galvcton. Good Coohin?. MMe. 11 B HQ Our Liquors come direct from the U. S. ware house. Wo pay tax on them direct to tho govern inent, therefore we Guarantee them to bo pure. We are distiller's distributors, thereforo save you- middle man's profit. 7Kf for full quarts of 6 year-old Kentucky Whis I if O -yt a,,y Qi the brands named: Manhattan Club, full qi.. 75c World Beater, hill qt, 75a 0. F. C, full qt. 75c Old Crow, full qt. 75c The above brands we ship In Jugs at $2 75. SPnnm ELij&aUl Cdlli Ul UcilEICaVIflBU whiskey, full &Toy, fiiKOiSOBSRED) qt. $1 OOT 1 vyi Sj gallon jugs ili 50. The Roods are packed bo con- .rffij teulB ennuot be known. We prepay oxpress charges mm on an uu purcntiEes auu over.,. kf.Hrttt tn flrfip.r Write plain. Remit by WHI SKET. i " we snip goous tno Your money returned If you are dissatisfied wild the goods. Wc Arc Responsible. Enquire at Gainesville National, Ked IUver and First National Bank. Phil Schwarz & Co., Proprietors. To the Public. Tho Bed River Telephone Company, with hendnuarters nt Marietta. I. T., having recently extended Its linos In to now fields hitherto unknown to telephony, makes ono of the most complete systems In North Texas and tho Indian Territory. Prompt and ef ficient service Is given tho patrons of this line, quick connections arc mndo to points in Toxas, Louisiana, Arkan sas, Missouri and Kansas. Under the management of one thor oughly skilled In the work, the profic iency of this lino Is brought beyond the standard reached by other lines. Every detail Is In tho hands of a com petent workman. Any Information de sired concerning tho lines, connec tions, rules, otc, will bo given at any of Its offices or may bo obtained by addressing J. N. Klrkpatrlck. presi dent, Burneyvlllo, I. T or to H. H. Keltucr, general manager, Leon I. T. Louise Itouzlo Smith, reader and teacher of elocution, dolsarto and phy sical culture. Pupils received after Jan. 1st, at tho resldenco of A. II. Palmer. C street, N. W. &0-5t Election Notice. Office Of tho Ardmoro National Bank, Ardmoro, I. T., Dec. 14, 1001. A meeting of tho stockholders of this bank will bo hold Tuesday, Jan uary 14, 1902, at their banking house, botweon tho hours of 10 o'clock a. in, and 4 o'clock p. m., for tho purpose of electing nine directors to servo tho ensuing year. LEE CBUCE, Cashier. FRANK BERRYHILL The Tinner GALVANIZED IRON ' CISTERNS. TANKS, TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING, WELL TUBING, FLUES, ETC., ETC. Shop east of electric light plant, Telephone G3, Ardmore. I, T. HOUSED Texas. K0011& Clean Poems. O, InnrMi'ilIn 8-yeftroId Ky. " " posioince or express oruer. samo uay order is received. E Its the Limit Hogan's Alley. Mr. Joo Flynn is resppnslhlo for the laughter that Hogan's Alley has caused Tho pleco has had a run for four sea sons and this season tho business has been tho largest this attraction has ever had. Hogan's Alloy Is an up-to- dato Irish Fnrco Comedy with bright comedians, pretty girls, elegant ward robe that Is elegant In design and claborato In Its finish. Tno fun In Ho gan's Alloy and the Yellow Kid comes by rapid flro; there Is no plot partlcul- arly, tho pleco being written to make hosolatigh who nover laugh, nnd those who always laugh to scrcnm and roar Tho company appears Wednesday night, Tanuary 1, at Kloski's opera, houso and thoso who wish to enjoy two and a hnlf hours of red hot clean, amusement Hogan's Alloy Is tho place! to visit. To glvo tho Lajdiaw Lumber Co. a trial order for coal Is to use their coal all winter. 1ML E THE ONE SS E NT I AL to Good Health is Good Shoes We have everything to be found in up to date Footwear SCHOOL SHOES DRESS SHOES WALKING SHOES BABY SkOES Lynn Cuts the Price 111 NEW FOR OLD JUST received n car of now Pur niture, and find that I need money und more second-hand goods. Will be glad to exchange new for old Furniture. I X). MASONi The 2udW man.