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Two. Nights Only Monday ?4 Night, Feb... The world fstnom PASSION PLAY of 0 tenia mergao. Honlh Bavaria mrodued bv Tta&t, A.'Bdira, 4afy 23. 1900. Tuesday Night, Feb ... CINDERELLA or THK CRYSTAL SLIPPER and twenty thrre other life like moving ptorr Popular Prices, 15, 26 anif35c Opera House M One Ip Wednesday, ki Hal Reid's Greatest Play i Knobs o5 Tennessee Special Scenery Great fat 50c 35c Seats Ready Now F" I F? EE The ravages of the . recent fire at my music store left on my hands a number of slightly damaged Pianos, Organs, Gui tars, Mandolins and Violins; also a num ber of copies of the latest sheet music. Now here conica the sur prise promised you: These goods are going to be sold cheaper than you expected to buy them. Kvery instrument is per fect iu tone, perfect in workmntiuhip, and their dntnaKO consists in slight Bcrntcuos received in thuir removal nnd not in hoinj: exposed to tho fire. Ah instrumonta they nre as they weiu on the day they wero turned out of the factory. Our store has beeri repaired and we are ready for you now. Come aud not prieos on every instrument in tho house LUKE 2 p)U. NICHOLSON wishes to announce to the public thnt jn cotiHideration nf a steadily increasing practice he hits taken in a partnui Dr. Win. a. Ponnell, formerly of Toltdo. Ohio, who is a gentleman of 111 years' esnr-rience nnd thoroughly equipped with a clear knowledge of everything pertaining to the up to dnte practico of dentistry. The new 1km will continue practice iu the same stand over Uonner & Honnor's drug store, rooms 1 and 2, botweeu Drs. vou Keller and Folsom and in soliciting your patroimge we direct your attention to the following: Ourofllce is scrupulously clean. We do not work for Negros. All our work is reliable. We pay special attentiou lo difllcult cases. If in need of dental work it will pay you to call on us. if not, oomo anyway and see the most up to date dental parlor in tho In diau Territory." DRS. NICHOLSON & PENNKLL, Over Bonner & Bonner Ardmore, I, T. THOSE GLAMDERED MULES. Dr. BentbUMo Denie the AMeaaUon. Their StiHs Barred Down. Ijt Frktay xtxtwanm lb- Aniw i something to say a boat Uk? ex- IsfwC Of MHO eW tkit had ixm aoarterod m the Centra! Wagon Tard. It u thought by th city pay ti'iMi to b iaivdr and a pa tut th-T lDTMrtiIK0 of tb- matter, the rtty pern Uc uma p mhsd UN th- mal mr really flcnB elan-ler a4 ec reported to the Board of HHti. tn the mm1b the suite where the atales war kept h4 seen vtsH 4 Pii4r afternoon br the potto tads. CUT Phrsfci J W. Xofiett . (MM. I Attr tor row Wi of notifytec the parties hvtm? tWl a la riktrne Ikct UM7 m re moved bat open reein the ptc K owitowt ut us fcrt MBb bad dUMpswared. Ttw Board o Health then held a meet In and upon the staUaseat br tb rttr pbyslHaa. who also a member of 'he Board of Health. an -rri- was Lwued to te eny tng tbeta to burs the stalls Um t-k mat bad kept. At oetork Fnoey evening te or- 1r wm executes as icwi are or six stalls were estroyed bl Sre. The Ir dprtt wis e U) niat Um Ssm-s from dota? any fortb-r 4aawc SDd It ti rqulrd tb rrc of Ui bl itroT to auDrk th smase at on tl. A taws drtaktec trow; ad r a wll la ttut yard, out of vhtcb. ! nMdraUd. the sick Blala Hood aM iV tfcHr UOnC aad we are it frooi Rood aatkoritr that bnadrodii of bors drMk from Um mom trough Tk doctors sr lkr Is no eaaier ajr on enb to obtain ta Infection than tram the troagfc .wbr Uic dls- -al asitfota ' drank. Coantrrtaa drore in and watr4 thlr hofS4 Uwr all Uils pant wnk (tick malm bar b Uiera Mc Monday): 4raynM and trim Um doc tor tkenwVr drov 1 ad atfl thHr stork, for a Sn well of water it rloar at band. A member of tbe Board of Health tol'l an Ardmorelte reported yeaterday that erery animal that drank from Uit trwM dvrtac tbe paM wwk should be watched rery close for fear h may bare contracted the disease. The Other Side. Whll- tbe Hoard of Health baa had nn say. It is nothing bat right thai Or nenlbusea. the reteiinary sur Keon. who was treating tbe 4ek ani mals. sbouM have his. To thU raporter yesterday be said that as a veterinary surewn be denied the mnle liarlni; glanders, and there was no danger of '-ontagion In their disease. He said the raulea belonged to Mr. (ifi Herrell. a railroad contractor. ven miles went of here on the A. & C road; that he was called out to se them anil prescribed for them; that he toW Mr. Herrell that the mulK bad pneumonia but he llvwl too far out for him to treat them. Mr. Hfrn-ll brought the mules Into town and he was treating them, and hail them getting along fine when the cold ami snowy weather swoopwl down up on him when his patient took more cold anil one of thorn died. The other three were removed yeaterday morn trig. Mr. Ilenthusiin said, two of them to the country, anil one of thorn was still In town. The thing has about quieted down. we belleyo. nnd everything Is mov ing along nicely. ON SALE New Arrivals. Hnrly Spring Street Huts Lowenstoln's. CUT PRICE MILLINRY HOUSE. Ni servlmrs afternoon or evening on account of Union sorvlcos at the Point House at and 7:30 p. m. Don't forget Hint Houston Hros have the largrml nnil IiohL assortment of smth. iloon), porch columns, linick- etH nml other mill oods ever brought to tho Indian Territory. We can hIiow you tin biggest line of lints for Iimh money than wan ever heforo known In thu South. Hoe If we don't. .Too N. nnrall. Tho minw fn.ll a fow ilavs ago wnB exactly two and a half Inches. This reduced to wnter measured exactly, ono tenth of an Inch. Now you have It. Tho Postal Telegraph tolls iih that that It was cloudy at Paris, Shrove port, Dallas. Waco. Temple, San An tonio, (InlvoRton. and wan partly cloudy nt Houston. For Sale. One span of good mule, cash or full time: nlw ouo railroad plow nnd eight wheel sera purs. Cash or llhural terms T. 1. HOLLAND. Two ox wagons drove Into town yesterday afternoon, one Have four yoke ami the other three yoke of steers hitched to them Thoy belonged to John -Colson. who lives on the WanliltH at the mouth of Caililo U mm Grove Cbas t Hldto was in Uke city ki4 evaK. L. Jobnsoa a stockman from Henne Vm is In Ute cKy H C 'PtAtert vest to MairlMU on Geo R Harper wm In tbe city yea terday from Haruhorsx. E M Moo from Pimm ValJey wa on oar streets t issmday. T T Gaftord wm law 3W-i'ST evening from Salpbnr on a brief baft- trip. J. H Hopkins well know in Ard mora bat now of Mad I II. was in town ywtwday X B. Morgan left yeaterday for CWckaaba. at wMck stsc be may coav Hw4 to locate pi mantry. Joe Tbompaon and wife, brotber and slster-tn-Uw of Will Ligfct. have moved here from Arkaawt Cny. Ku. Mtas Gertie Olpaon of Wynawwood. aiee of H P. Kvtu. is rMUag tin Kvetu family in XorthcaM Ardmore. R. R. Hancock, of TVickerrllle. was la tbe city yeaterday and gave us a tfcrllling ei peri face of catering coons. Jndge Wm. PfeiSer and his wife and boy left yesterday for their home In Parcel!. The )adg transacted con siderable business while here. frank Sci rally went to Port Worth this morning to meet his family who are returning from a visit what rebv Uves at Houston Texas. MtM Kmma Scott of Woodford, ac companied b Mini Cleafe Kolb. aUo from Woodford, are goeeta for tbe day of Miss Scott at Hargrove. All tbe public school teachers re- tamed from Pants Valley yesterday after noon and report having a good Uaw at the Chickasaw Teachers Asso ciation. Street Commissioner J. O. Smith. who has been visiting hie two sons over In Madlll for a week or more, re turned yesterday morning, and If yon baven t yet helped to work oar sheets. look out for tbe old man. CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. C. M. Collins, M. A. Pastor. Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m.. on "AN OPPORTUNE SEASON." Moved to Ardmore. K. I). Cornell, a progressive busi ness man. who recontly moved here from Durwood. has bought the Jones Bros, stock of. goods on North Caddo street anil took charge of the tmelnoss yesterday. Jones Hroa. have enjoyed a lucrative trade, the stand Ia a most excellent one and Mr. Cornell will en oy a good buainoas. The Arilmorelto welcome! him to the city. Have you any cotton futures to fol low up the advance In prices. King & Co. will buy or sell for you. Phone 107. A family of poor very poor peJple arrived from the north last Friday morning anil remained In the dopot all day until the train went houth In the afternoon, when they went on In to Texas. Tho family consisted of a man and his wife, an old lady anil four small children. Money was ralsotl In Ardmore to pay ihnlr way a llttln.fur ther down the lino. At the Jail. Klnley Warrenbtirg. charged with murder and a fugitive from Justice, was arrosted noar Provonce. Friday afternoon and placed In Jnll by Dopu ty Huck Oarrutt. George Taylor, charged with larceny was arrested near Coalgate by Jamos Thompson and brought over on a writ of removal from the central dis trict. Lis Staples paid his fine and was re leased. llctta Rudolph, the white woman convicted at last term of court for re ceiving stolen property and sentenced to two years In tho Columbus, Ohio, penitentiary, was sent to hor place of confinement In charge of Deputy Huck Oarrutt and wife. What are the cotton markets lining? Phono 107. John King & Co. What are the cotton markets doing? Phone 107. John King & Co. Sample Coffee. Kendall & Co. soil Diamond Coffoe. Call on thorn for sample packagos. They also give Diamond Coffee to sup pers, etc . for benevolent purposes. Try It. 23-Jt rlllnnke'n Coffees nml Teas a full line of these colobratod goods nt Ken dall & Co'u. h 23-21 Woman's Guild. The Woman's Guild of St. Philip's KplHcopul Church will meet with Mrs. Humphreys, corner 2nd avenno and C street, southwest, on Tuosilny nf tornoon, February 26, nt .1 o'clock. Miss Iloiilah Green. Secretary. Men's hats will sell to boat tho world at J. N. llnrnll's, Monday. Daughters of Confederacy. Chickasaw Chapter V. D. C. will moot ot Mrs. llruco's, on Cartor nvo line, Wednesday nfttrnoon nt 3:30 o'clock. A full attondance Is desired. Mrs. W. T. Nixon. Secretary. l-tcos and embroideries at your own price at RnraU's. Don't fall to sco our line vQf cloth ing, slaughtered regardless of cost till the JtO.OOO' aro raised by J. N. Darall. KILLED NEGRO WITH STICK. Finley Warrtnburg Charaed With Crime SaTd They Were Joking. I -a st Friday afteraoen Desmty Bock Garrett aceisted by Joba Bfbb. broogkt in one Finley warrenbarg. charged with murder, whom they had arrested about two mite west of Provence Wirrabarf i a fngtUve from Justice the crime witb which he i charged having been committed in Oklahoma mat Aonat a yar a?o Warren burg toW Doty Oarrett that the killing of Um nezro all start e4 from a Joke and over a watermelon. The negro got mad and tried to kill and he hit horn with a stick the neero died He and no mten tUm of mardertef 'anybody, said only dd what he did do In seM efcme. The killing occurred at Welleton. twelve mlkta went of Chandler. He will be lakes hack to Ofefefconsa on a writ of removal. Have yon any couow fntnres to fol low up the advance la prices. King k Co. will bay or tell for yoa. Phone 107 Vliited the Blue Tent. A reporter dropped into Hamly s Bine Tent for a few minutes yester day and wm surprised at tbe amount of work that Mr Hamly Is dolug. The ne grade of his photography has ma.20 It very popular and almost everybody in the city baa taken advantage of Mr Hamly brief stay here to bare photographs mad' Tbe special posing be has done in making children's pic- tares has made him a great favorite In this line of work. and few are the children that he bag not made pictures for. If you have not visited his tent, do so at your first oportunlty and you will be agreeably surprised. For a perfect shave go to Reagan & Koons at tbe Garrison. Rev. J." N. Edward, who will be tbe pastor of the Central Raptlst Church on the first of April, called at our of fice and informed as mat he would preach at the Central Baptist Church today at 11 o'clock. Cardwell & Kerner have the hand iest and most perfectly kept meat market In town. They keep everything In their line First door west of post office. Christian Science Service. . Christian Science Service In the Gor man building. Children's Sunday school 10 a. m.. Sunday Service. 11 a. m.. Subject. "Jesus ChrlsL" Wednes day evening meeting 7:30. All are wel come. For the best meats, roasts, steaks and everything olso In the moat mar ket line trade with Cardwell & Ker ner. first door wost of the post office. Amusements. Don't forget that Wednesday, Feb. IUh Is the day that Hal Reid's great melodrama "The Knobs O' Tennessee." will be presented In one local play house, although the company plays to Jl.Ofl everywhere they will show by special arrangement with Manager Aronson for 50c and 35c. no higher. For the best shave and most stylish hair cut go to the Garrison. Reagan & Koons. Good Things to Eat. Ham. Red Gravy, High top biscuits. (Mailo of White Fawn Flour) Maple Syrup. Huckwhoat Flour. Hlanko'H World's Fair Coffffoo. Northern Apples. California Oranges. Colorado Cabbage. Greoly Irish Potatoos, French Peas, Cannod Sugar Hoots White Swan Corn. White Swan Mlnco Meat And everything olso good to oat 23-at At PORTICR STAPLKS. Phone 57 Tho Rod Headed Grocer. Two New Stores. Rice & Reed, from Waxahachlc, has opened up a racket store In tho Chase building, formerly occupied by Rogers the second hand man. The Arilmorelto bespeaks for thorn a liberal share of the public patronage. Clay H. McCoy, son of Dr. McCoy, has nponod up a neat stock of drugs In the McCoy storo just each of the railroad. An F.ast Main street. Clay's father Is an old doctor anil druggist nnd tho young man must have Inbcrl toil some of bis traits from tho father, for ho promises the public satisfac tion In everything purchased of him If you want wide cypress finish you will find It nt Houston Bros Amusements, One of the host attractions that will visit Ardmore this year Is Hal R0I1U malodrnnin. "Tho Knobs 0' Tennossoo" Wednesday Fob. 20th. Reid's plays have lotely attracted n groat deal of ilttontlon and proved gront box ofllce winners but nono so much so as his first and host "Tho Knobs O' Tennossoo. This company proHonting It comoH to us from Houston. Galveston, Mobllo and nil tho southern cltlos with tho finest Inilor8omonts. I Tho cotton markets aro very attrac tive now a days. Phono 107. Goo, Hancock and his wlfo are both reported to bo down with the small pox ot their homo near Thackorvlllo. Mr. Hancock Is tho man who was tried and acquitted for murder In the district court here laht month. You never know what you miss un less you got Houston Bro.' prices. We want your business and arc pre pared to make tiie proper fienrcs to got It. THE REVIVAL MEETING. Rev. Frank. Wright, the Indian Preach er A Great Man. The Union meeting at the eourt bouse is Increasing ia Interest day by day Ft' -lay nljbt the big court room was ert wdedi there being several who bad to stand up and listen to tbe good r-an's remarks. Rev -'right's discourse was an eye- oneae. ;o some of tbe audlgpcf, His subject was "Past Feeling, what we mean ' 7 that la, those who bare no feeling or any more feeling of a Christian nature. He said that neonle so on throiizh life, and Anally get so far they are per fectly satlsned without Christianity they are already happy This happin ess, of course. Is only a worldly hap Iness. and unless changed such peo ple will finally be forever lost In the world to come. People can go In on their lethargic state, spiritually speaking, paying no attention whatever to Cod, until God will finally with draw hi spirit from him, -cease to hover over blm, or en treat him. and then he Is forever lost. Mr. Wright talked to mis audience on these lines, frequently referring to nlflerent passages In the scriptures to back up his remarks, and preached a wonderful sermon. After he had flnlsaed he sang a solo "Almost Persuaded." and the audi ence was highly pleased with both his sermon and bis song. He Is a fine singer, and that of Itself is drawing a great many people out. T.ne house will be crowded today and tonight, notwithstanding extra seats will be put In. Come early If you wish to get a good place. OVER AT CHICKASHA. Court Items Colbert Raids Gambling Rooms, Destroyed Paraphernalia. Special to the Ardmoroite. Chlckasha. I. T.. Feb. 22 In the U. S. cotirt today the trial of the cae of Moseley vs. G.. C. & S. F. Ry wa continued. The plaintiff has not fin- ishd introducing his evidence and the defendant will probably not com mence Introducing Its testimony be fore noon tomorrow. I.ast night Marshal Colbert and his deputies raided several gambling Joints, and broke and destroyed forty quarts of whisky and several hun dred dollars worth of gambling para phernalia in the streets. Marshal Colbert was today called to Tishomingo on account of the Ill ness of Mrs. Colbert. Col. Sidney Suggs of the Ardmore lte Is here, renewing old acquaint ances and making new ones, and In cidentally getting a number of new subscribers for the Ardmorelte. Ev erybody knows the Colonel and Is glad to see him. Tonight the Ardmore delegation will witness "Monte Crlsto" at the opera house, as the guests of the Ardmore lte. Ijon. the little son of Mr. and Mrs. In Framo. was reported quite sick yesterday. For Three New States. The following telegram was receiv ed from Judge Bradford Friday night, by the Ardmorelte: "Committee reported t'avorablo to three new states. Special committee appointed to adopt bill for each. BRADFORD. ON SALE. Novelties. Indies Belts and Neck' wear. LOWENSTEIN'S. White Swan canned goods, the best on the market. Buy them from Ken dall fc Co's. 23-2t OFF FOR COLUMBUS, OHIO. Retta Rudolph Will Spend Two Years In That Penitentiary. Yesterday at noon Deputy Buck Gar rett accompanied by his wife as a fo male attendant, left for Columbus, Ohio, having In charge Retta Rudolph. the woman whom Judge Townsend sentenced to two years Imprisonment In the Columbus, U., penitentiary, anil Imposed a flno of $500 additional, for receiving stolon goods, netta Rudolph was dressed plain; a calico dross, a white nubia and a small Vandyke aud a common pair shoes constituted her outward apparel. For all that she waH smiling and looked as happy as If she was about to get married. Houston Bros, arc receiving lumber evory day now anil have arythlng you want. Proachlng today at tho Contral Bap tlst church by the now pastor, Rev. Jj N. Edwards. No sorvlcos at night on account of the "Union meeting nt the court house. Freeh, Crisp-and Good. Bulk Ollvos. Pop Corn, . Turklflh Figs. Saltod Peanuts, Cryntallxeil Chutrios. Barrol Kraut. Saratoga Chip Pototoos, Honey, Cream Choose. Applos and Orangos Ginpo Nuts, H.-O. Goods. 10 packages for 25c. Tollot Soaps. Evaporated Figs, Mill; Biscuits. Graham Crackers, Prlmroso Creamery Butter Hominy GrltH, Blanko's Coffees, Sweet and Sour Pickles, Mackerel, Lemon Crackers, Fresh Lino ot Candles, Ribbon Cano Syrup, Cranberries, Buy all theso good things from JOHN A SKIPWORTH. Watch our line of shoes. Joo N, Bar-all. WANT COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED Limited number of m, nils for piano. Mrs. Geo. E. Williams ZJ-t WANTED A young lady to tmsv. ber home with family of two Chiffiy tor company. Address p. o. Box s ty. - lu WANTED If Its real estate etnt to boy. sell or' rent see v s Smith, the real estate agent, offlr.. Coleman Bros., Lrug store. 23-lm WANTED A position as clerk in a grocery store, experienced, can fur nish good references. Address Box :;n, Ardmore. I. T. 2e-Jt WANTED Young man to lean telegraphy and station work for rail ay service. Address, L C. Robinson General Manager, Dallas, Tex. 2 lm WANTED Six good teams, steady ork for three months. Enquire of A L. Frlck, contractor on A. & C. works, In town. 27-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT I -arse, well-furnished south room on Broadway, one block north of post office. Mrs. S. S. Tolson 23-2t FOR RENT Good 4-room house. conveniently located in the northwest part of the city. Apply to R. B. Wil kinson. ic.tr FOR RENT A nice suit ot rooms over my'store. R. W. Randol. ll-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Well selected stork of general merchandise In growing town 0:1 Frisco Extension in Indian Territory. Stock will Invoice about W.woo. Is all less than a year old and In nice condition. Bargain for right man if taken at once. Call on or ad dress. M. C. Ferguson. Mill Creek. I. T. 3-2t FOR SALE One good team. En quire at A. Kloskl's. lS-Ct FOR SALE Havo fine new piano to sell, will take part In board. Box 207. city. ls-tf FOR SALE A well auger. See. or write J. F. Scrlvner. Box 531. Ardmore. I. T. 5 d & w 1 m. FOR SALE My household goods, also one mare, two buggies, two sets of harness and one Jersey cow. Apply at residence north of city bath house near Sanfa Fe depot. 2-lra .Mrs. J. W. COFFEY. FOR SALE Choice milch cows for sale or trade; some fresh and others to come In soon. 31-d-w-lm. O. G. WARREN. LOST. LOST One liver colored pointer dog about three weeks ago slight wire cut on back, white tip on toes, name Frank, nine months old. Deliver to J. B. Boono and get reward. 13tf MISCELLANEOUS . PRIVATE BOARD Close in on Mill St.. near olectrlc light plant, at the t Goldsmith place. lS-tf f TOWN FULL OF TRAMPS. Their Camps Loom Up From Different Quarters. Never heforo was the city so Infest- ' od with tramps and hobos as it is at the present time. Tho residents of the town complain of so many ot tho hobo element visiting them recently. Nine of them woro camped Friday night Just north of tho dopot, and other camp fires were obsorved In the woods east ol tho city. Jt wouldn't be a bad Idea for you to keep u sharp lookout for them, for some of them, no doubt, are of a character that would not stand too hard a tost, ;nd should they think they could accomplish other designs, thoy would not hesitate to undertake it. Keep your eyo on the hobo. Over r.00 suits will bo slaughtered Monday at J. N. Barall's. t Wo want to do your barber work. Comts to tho Garrison. Reagan & Koons. Come early before tho stock Is bro ken nt J. N. Barall's. Mrs. Harvey YoiuiRbliod, who has been sick for a long tlmo with a can cor. was taken worse last Monday and grave npprohonslon are now felt for hor recovory, Tho anxiety aud wor ry Is tolling on Mr. Youngblood very much, and ho and his family have tho sympathy of the entlro community. Tho cotton markets aro very attrac tive now-a days. Phono 107. Go to Kendall's and get one can of High Noon Coffee. 23-2t Prlddy-Loekhart Nuptials, S. E. Prlddy, employed with J. It. Pennington & Co., and Miss Matidle Lockhart were united In raarrlge Fri day evening at tho parsonage of the Christian church, Rov. G. T. Black, officiating. Tho young couplo has many frlendH In the city whom wo Join in wishing them a long and pros perous life.