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Two Nights Only Monday 24 Night, Feb... ZJ The world famous PASSION PLAY of Oberatnmerffau. South Havorin reproduced bv Thou, A. Kdison, Ju y 23. 1900. Tuesday Night, Feb . . . CINDERELLA or THE CRYSTAL SLIPPER and twenty-throe novinf; pictures other life like Popular Prices, i5, 26 aadj)5c Opera House Just One Ityhl Wednesday, ft Hal Reid's Greatest Play i Knobs o' Tennessee Special Scenery Great fet 50c 35c Scats Ready Now I FR 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 hero comes the sur prise promised yon: These goods are going to be sold cheaper than you expected to buy them. Every instrument is per fect iu tone, perfect in workmitnship, and their dumao consists iu slight acratchos received in their removal nud not iu being exposed to the fire. As instruments they nro as they were on the day they were turned out of the factory. Our store has been repaired and we are ready for you now. Come and get prices on every instrument in the house- E. E3. LUKE 25 H. NICHOLSON wishes to announce to the public thnt in consideration of a steadily increasing practice he has taken partner Dr. Win. S. Peuuell, formerly of Toledo, Ohio, who gentleman of 13 years' experience and thoroughly equipped n cleur knowledge of everything perUiuiug to the up to date p actico of dentistry. The new firm will continue practice iu the same stand over Bonner & Bonner's drug store, rooms 1 and 2, between Drs, vou Keller and Folsom nud in soliciting your patronu'ge we direct your attention to the following: OuroQlce is scrupulously clean. We do not work for Negros. All our work is reliable. Wo pay special atteution to difficult cases. ' If iu need of dentul work it will pay you to call on us, if not, tome anyway aud see the moat up to dote dental pnrlor in the Iu dian Territory. DRS. NICHOLSON & PENNELL, Over Bonner & Bouucr. Ardmore, I, T. ardmore should entertain. Oklahoma Commercial Club on Their Tour Will Spend Time Here. The Oklahoma City Commercial Club will tthortly make a business trip through the Indian Territory and son.o points In North Texas. The club lias arranged to leave Oklahoma City at 9:o a. m. March 10 ovor the Krl'.co, reaching Donlaon Wednooday, Match .1 .1 - .t.fJ.. .tn..tAB' 1 1Z, remaining mere imnj uuuuwm l O I . i .. - , V. I rt V , .. i Tl K iOarillK lor oiinriijuu iui i"y lite stop, nnd going on ovor the FrUco to Port Worth, wllore the night will bo spent. Thursday morning tho club will start north over tlie Santa Fe. stopping at Oalnesvllle thirty minutes, and at Indian Territory townH for short visits, arriving In Ardmoro In the afternoon. pondlng Thursday night thwe. then starting on their homeward trip, arriving at Oklahoma City. Friday. March 16, at C p. in. The trip of l!ie club Is In the Interest of Oklahoma City. It will be seen from the nbovo that Oklahoma City's Commercial Club Is Interested especially In Ardmore as they give us more of their time than any other point which they visit nlong their scheduled route. This being the case Ardmore should preparo to entertain those buulnosa centlamon in and with tho proper spirit. Our own Commercial Club, which has a tondecy to fall from graco at times, should take on now llfo and make nil necessary arrangements to extend the visitors the right band of fellowship. DIG DAY'S APPRAISEMENT. Forty-Five Blocks Saturday 160 Blocks More to be Appraised. Last Saturday the Chickasaw Town site commission appraised forty-flvo blocks or land In Ardmoro. This Is the biggest days work the appraisers have done since they commonccd apprais ing property here, and that too on a legnl holiday, a day that tho apprais ers could have vested and drawn the une pay as they did whllo they work ed. Hut Mummy, llelloy. Hurney and all the clerk scorn to have the Interest of Ardmore at heart, and aro deter mined to let us have titles to our lots as soon as possible. This makes about 1UU blocks ap praised up-to-date, leaving about 1G0 mr.ro wblcii will be wound up this week and the appraising will be lln tidied. All I lie property nortli of tho center nf Main street has been appraised and nome of the south side of Main. Mr. 0. 0. Mctioln, tho clerk of the townsite commission of tho Indian Ter ritory, nnd who bus been with the Ardmoro work from Its start, Is very ontlnmlastle ovor tho progress the commission is making. THE TROUT CASE AGAIN. Who Is Entltted to Reward What House Has to say In the Matter. F.d House. U. S. deputy Marshal of Davis, was hero yosterday. Mr. House has been an olllcur of tho law for twenty years and says that ho enjoys nn rlvulrv uiiioiik olllcoru that Is so common among the younger set ,nnd that he never took any notlco of the llrst IntorvlowH that bis frlmid F. W. Stevens of Wichita. Kan., sought with the newspapers but that inasmuch ns he grows a little ranker each time that In self defense ho doslres to mako a brief statement. Dcmitv House showed us tho offor of tho rewnrd which promised to pay $100 to tho person who detained Trout until tho propor authorities arrived Then he exhibited a rocolpt signed by Stevens for tho body of Trout .the fugitive. This rocelpt was taken In du plicate, nnd one copy sent to tho slier Iff who offered the reward. Deputy House bays there Is no doubt but that ho Is entitled to tho reward and that when ho collects It n part of It shall bo mild to c-x-Deputy Duncan for his services. "Kverybody who thinks for a mo ment will know that no 32 calibre teel bullet maugta! Trout's leg o badly the shot tbnt felled him came from my Winchester." said Air. Homo, "and I have the pistol now that 1 wrenched 1 1 oni Trout's hands. The truth of the matter Is" he contlnuod. "Stevens told me that he was going to make the race for sheriff In his county and wanted the shooting of Trout to his credit, 1 agreed to It, but since he has been so short, and talked so much I want the people of nls country to know that ho had Trout, while tying bleeding. from Ills wound, to promise to vote for him. "The very Idea of his saying that his little popgun saved my life. An old officer who 1ms spent years as a Tox- ns Hanger nnd who has served on the marshals force In Montana and other Stntas does not stand In need of such protection ns lie would receive at the hands of a tenderfoot special officer from Kansas armed with a 32-callbrc pistol." The Victor riding cultivator Is the best thing of the kind on the market. Those who once use It will buy no othor. Cnn you think of a better rec ommendation than this. Sold In Ard moro by Stcvons. Kennerly & Sprag Iiib. Sulky plows, plenty oC thom, at Spraglns & Co's. Call In nnd see them. Good Things to Eat. Ham. Kggs. Hod Gravy, High top biscuits, (Made of White Fawn Flour) Maplo Syrup, Huckwhont Flour, Ulanko'a World's Fair Coffffeo, Northern Apples, California Orange. Colorado Cabbage, Orooly Irlsa Potatoes, French l'cas, Canned Sugar Beets, Whlto Swan Corn. White Swan Mince Meat And evcrytiiing else good to oat 3-31 At POHTKK STAPLES Phone 57. Tho Hed Headed Grocer. The Superior drill Is Hip best on the market. Sold by Sprnglns & Co. THE DOOR WILL BE CLOSED. Against Many Sinners Unless They Re pent Don't Walt. The revival meeting at tho court houso Is certainly growing In Intcrost, tho people are attending In great mini bors, and yostcrdny and last night the house was so crowded that thoy had tp hold an overflow meeting nt the Cumberland Presbyterian church. Mr. Wright, tho Indian Evangelist, Is certainly a great preacher, his slug Ing Is beautiful, but some how or other he hasn't struck the right chord to stir up the souls of some of Aidmore's sinners. Ardmore Is a largo town, composed of many Chrljtlnn people and othors; we have churches here representing pretty nenr nil the denominations, nnd we are a church going people; but It seems that the people have fallen Into thnt lethargic state, where they thlnl that there's pleuty of time yet to at' tend to rollglon, nnd hoy go on aud on, and after a while they will find it is too late they will Mud that the door has been shut against thorn and it will bo overlastingly too lnte. Kov. Wright, saiif,- a solo last night Jest before ho began his discourse, entitled "My .Mother's Hands." It was composed by the great evangelist, 1 Illlss. and the words together with the melody Mr. Wright put Into It hnd a wonderful effect upon the audience. Mr. Wright preached a powerful sor inoii and told tho sinner of the oppor tuultles offered him to accept tho grace of God and if he did not mind that it would be too late and the door would be "shut against him." When the services wero over and the reporter was edging his way out from tho crowded house, ho fell In right behind a hardened old sinner, nnd as we walked down tho street to gothcr he told us that ho knew that the preacher spoke the truth; that he had often thought about It, and no kuowlodged being a God-fearing man, and said ho yet hoped to bo a better man and give his heart to God. Let every one who can attond those meetings do so. Mr. Wright's aim Is to do us good and we should tmcouinge him In every way we can. Fresh, Crisp and Good, Hulk Olives. Pop Corn. Turkish Figs, Salted Peanuts, Crystallzed Cherries. Barrel Kraut. . , Saratoga Chip Potatoes, Honey, Cream Chooto, Applos and Oranges tirnpe Nuts. ii.-u. Goods, 10 packages for 2oc. Toilet Soaps, Evaporated Figs, Milk lllscults, Graham Crackers, Primrose Creamery nutter Hominy Grits, Hlankc's Coffees, Swoot and Sour Pickles. Mnckcrcl, Lemon Crackers, Fresh Line of Candles, Ribbon Cano Syrup, Cranberries, Uuy all these good things from JOHN A SKIPWORTH. Go to the court house tonight. Frank Wright will preach. Ardmoreite Want Ads are Business Bringers WANT COLUMN. Auvertisemcnts under this head will be received at the rate of flvo (5) cents per line. No advertisement re ceived for loss than fifteen cents (15) cents. Special monthly rates furnish ed on application. Tho notice may contain any matter of "Lost," "Found." "For Rent," For Sale," "Stolen," "Strayed," or any purpose, without display lines. WANTED. WANTKD Limited number of pit plls for piano. Mrs. McCauley, teacher with Mrs. Geo. E. Wlllams. 2.l.r.t AJuTLD A young lady to make her home with family of two. Chiefly tor company. Address P. O. Box 500. city. 10-3t Aftiau-i its roal estate you want to buy, sell or rent see W. S. Smith, the real estate agent, office, Coleman Uros., Drug Btore. 23-lm WANTED A position as clerk In a grocery store, experienced, can fur nlsh good references. Address Oox 313 Ardmore, I. T. 20-3t WANTED Youne man to learn tolegraphy and station work for rail way service. Address, L. C. Hoblnson, General Manager. Dallas. Tex. 2-lm WANTED Six good teams, steady work for three montbs. Enquire of A. L. Frlck, contractor on A. & C. works, In town. 27-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Large, woll-furnlshed south room on Uroadwaj, 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. D. Wil kinson. iR-tf FOR RENT A nice suit of roonib over my store. R. W. Randol. 11-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Complete bottling plant ready to run, now and improved ma chinery. Will soil outright, or take a partner with small amount of money to mnnngc business. Owners hnvo mov ed and cannot personally attend to bus iness. APPOLLO HOTTLINO CO. 24-Ot Gainesville. Texas. FOR SALE Well selected stock of general merchandise In growing town on Frisco Extension In Indian Territory. Stock will Invoice about $9,000. 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. L T. 23-2t FOR SALE Ono good team. En 18-6t quire nt A. Kloskl's. I Oli SALE Havo fine now piano to soil, will take part in board. Box 207. city. 18-tf FOR SALE A well nugcr, See, or write J. F. Scrlvner. Box C31. Ardmore, 1. T. G d & w 1 in. FOR SALE My household goods, also ono mnrc, two buggies, two sets of harness and one Jomey cow. Apply at rosldonce north of city bath houso near Santa Fo dopot. 2-lm Mrs. J. W. COFFEY. FOR.SALE sale or t ratio; Choice milch cows for some fresh and others to como In 31-d-w-lm. soon, O. G. WARREN. LOST. liver colored LOST Ono liver colored pointer dog about thrco weeks ago slight wlro cut on back, white tip on toes, namo Frnnk, nlno months old. Deliver to J B. Iloono and get roward. 13t MISCELLANEOUS PRIVATE UOARD-Closo In on Mill St., near electric light plant at tho Goldsmith place. 18-tf STOCKERS AND FEEDERS Good smooth cattle always on hand. If In torcsted, write Pence & Murphy, El Paso, Texas. Refer to Dun and Stato National Bank. Fire We have had no fire but fire prices prevail at our store. If you want the best of every thing in Shoes we have it at lowest prices. SHOES SHOES SHOES We Want the Room they Occupy. You Want tho Reduction. Ladies' Shoes CM rn Ladies' Shoes CM nn were $2, now., u). I. . 0 U Broken lots tDI.UU imiotrsp?ingnsioc0k.m t0f Gur L Y N N , tha Shoe Man, . . . For COUGHS and COLDS Bromo-Quinine Bromoline Kermotts Quinine Tablets Scott's Emulsion Wampole's Cod Liver Oil and Cough Syrups Ga lore. 4 '. - COLEMAN BROS. Fine Old Kentucky WHISKEYS and Imported WINES For Medicinal pur poses only. Jug and bottle trade a specialty. All orders oromotlv filled. E. PETERS & CO. Lkxinoton, 0. T. GO YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks COfVniQHTS &C. Anrine indlnc ankolrli au1 dewrlntlnn mat ick'T .i-ertnln our opinlnu free whether an .'ci I prohnblf p:itMit.i; ! C'tnnuintf-a. id i.r WenmldaiiUiU. Handbook on I'.ilrnU t f.-c i itJst rrx-i y forr, carlngpi. i:'i. I , nu t&t- a (lir mail llunn A t o. rc'.Tf , U" tu ft f, IMiout chrzc, la tho Scientific American. V timf-sAt-idr tllulrlvt irecllr iJirf et -lr-"ilt.i ii of any clcntl1o Journal. Term t'i a . fonrmonthi.fi. Sold byall ner.tfier. !flURH&Co.3G,E'M" New York liraucU Ollleo. C25 K SU Waihlniiton, I. C HACK LINE Davis TO Sulphur, Meets all trains. Good accommodations and prompt service. Wire or telephone J. R. BLYTHE, Davis. Ind. Ter. Olivette Soap. ....Will Stand.... THE TEST FOB, Suppressed Menofruatton PAINFUL Menstruation Cross Tansy Pills AnaaPRnVUNTIVOIor FX HALE IRREGULARITIES. Are Safe and Reliable. QT PrfettlT Harmlcu The Ladits'jfc Purely Vege table! Never 1'aiu Sent postpaid oa receipt cf lay. Sample ad Booklet teat tree, "s Vill dC CinCllOna CO.. Da Moines, Iowa. W. B. Frame, Druggist. Dole Clifton H. J. Simpson, Proprietor. BEST $2 a day house on the Santa Fe. Special atten tion given to commercial men. Sample rooms free. New management throughont. Purcell, I. T. ' King of Ardmore Registered Jersey Bull. Sire, Bio Rock: Dam, Duchess W's Beauty. Will stand for the season for 35 C McCOY, 8th Ave., N.W. 6 1m GST Leave your Orders for Fainting, Paper Hanging and Signs At Laiulaw Lumber Co.. V. block North Ardmoreite office. I i. wu CITY SCAVENGER. Prompt attention will be given to all Sanitary work. Notify me thro' the postoff ice. Box 704 BOB McGHEE. If you want a good Tin Roof be sure to Hrv tire with me before letting the job. All work gunrnn teed. Will do tiu roofluK iu any part of the IndianTer ritory. rive estimates. FRANK BERRYHILL the Tinner No trouble to References civen- Shop south of electric licht plant. Telephone G3. Ardmore, Ind. Ter. Cotton fell Route Many Miles the shortest line to Texarkana, Pine Bluff, Memphis. Quickest Time from Texas to Louisville and Cincinnati., . '"'" ' Best-Route- to Nashville, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Birmingham, Wash ington, New York and all points east and southeast. Reclining Chair cars, Par lor Cafe cars, Pullman Sleep ers. .. Information cheer fully furnished by any. agent by : ? T. P. Little, P. A Oorslcana. D. M. MoneAN,'T. P. A-.'Ft. Worth. Gus HoovKit, T. P. A., Waco. W. M, Wekks, G. P. & T. A., Tylor.