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Kloskl's Opera House
Thursday r 7 March LI J. II. LA PEAKIj Presents for the first time hero, tho great moral piny, REAPING THE HARVEST J3y Tom Pitch A Comeily Drama in Four Act?. A story for tho multitude. The sweetest over told. .. Comedy, .Sentiment und Pathos Weighed on the Sonle of Purity. Produced with Special Scenery and Latest Mechanical Effects- Prices, 70, '60 and 20c Kloskl's Opera House Three NightsOnly.Commeacing Tuesday, n r March Zj Hart Li King ; The Merry Monarch of Mirth and Mystery. i . . so, 35 nna 25c Seats on utile nt Ramsey's Drug Store NO PARTY LINES DRAWN. Ii the Wise Declaration of the City Democratic Club. The City Democratic club met Frl dny night nt the court house. Presi dent Herbert called, the house to or der nnd requested tlu" committees to rejort. Tho committee on by-laws re ported nnd their reiwrt wm adopteo after ft sllpjht amendment. Of the committee on solicitation from ench ward only two were present to report. II. A. Ledbetter from the First ward tinted that the matter of netting members was dlUleult for the reason tlmt so many people were not In fnvor of drawing the party llnea. and because they believed the two i.enioorntlo clubs wottld conflict. Sir. hen Cntce waa called for nnd said he suw no reason for conlllet nnd that he Intended to retain hi membership In both clulm. W. H. Bingham reported two or three new member from the third ward and stated that since the lntt meeting he had hnd no time for solle Itluc The constitution ndopted provides for a president, vice president, secre tary, and treasurer and makes all democrats over IS years old eligible to membership. It was declared by voto tlmt in-ns-nmch as tho city election waa so near. It was not the sense of this club to draw party lines nt the approaching election. The soliciting committee was In creased to five from each wnrd. Tho selection of tho executive com- mlttue was deferred until next meeting. A permanent committee on pro- giam was nppoltned. Tho first Friday of each month was set as the regular meeting night. After the club had adopted the by laws they saw how Inadequate they wore and then came a wrangle of thirty minutes In finding a way to have them made more complete. Their adoption waa reconsidered the amendments declared null and void, and the same committee, aug mented by l.ee Crure and C. L. Her bert was retained to draft a full set of by-laws. Hefore adjournment was tnken Mr. ISIngham stated that a collection should bo taken tip to pay oft some oxpensos that hnd already Incurred but tho collection was deferred until the noxt meeting whlc'i will be the first Frldny night In April. IDE 11 1 18 111 SAID JUDGE TOWNSEND IN GRA- HAM VS. CITY OF ARDMORE. Itev. C. C. Children of Home. Ob, will preach again next Sundny at the Central Ilnptlst church. Imth mornliix nnd evening. Try our fruit lemonade; it is de licious, nt (21-St) KAIIN'S. When Your Money Goes to I1ILLH5 nUUPtlY you not tlic best barbar eorvlco to bo had. Ho luvltos everybody to see hint at his old stand next door to the Ap peal olUce. 12 Ot The Home Mission Society of the Carter Aenuo M. K. Church will en tertain Tuesday nlglit nt the Gnllntiu residence. There will be n special meeting of the Elks Monday night. But He Further Decided That City Could Not Dlntraln One's Prop erty to Collect Same Much Argument In the Case. U will be remembered that a n w weeks ago some parties refused pay the uoll tax as Imposed by the city. Among them was J. C. Graham and Ardmore's city attorney gave . opinion to the assessor ami collec-to - that the colectlon of n poll tax In Ardmore was Illegal. The city coun cil then Instructed the assessor and collector to act In accordance with the decision of the city attorney. At the tlmo Amerman Ktldletnan wns absent, and when ho returned he looked up the Inw anil enme to tht conclusion that the collection of n poll tax for our city wns lognl. and only n few dtiys nfter the regular meeting, when the council had In structed the city collector and as sesor to not collect any more poll tax n special meeting of council wn . held nnd nil tho aldermen prosent. Mr. Kddlemenn rend law confirm ing Ills statements nnd the council voted unanimously to rescind the act of tho last meeting nnd declared the poll tax legal. Then the assessor nnd collector run a distraint on tho property of J .C. Graham for the collection of this tax. Mr. Graham still hold out that It was illegal and refused to pay It. Yesterday afternoon the case ot J C. Graham vs. the City of Ardmr i" came tip. A. lMdloman represented tit - city and C. U. Herbert represented J. C. Graham. Mr. Graham opened the ense ani rend much law on the subject. The Judge listened very attentively. Mr. Eddlemnn followed with mor. law, nnd as he got warmed up to his contentions the Judge paid more at tentlon. Mr. Eddleman's deduction tf the law seemed plain, and notwlth standing tho astute Herbert followed Mr. Eddlemnn, Judgo Townsond de cided In favor of tlio city. In rendering his decision Judg Townsond said that ho would say that the poll tax was logal, but the city could not run a distraint on a man's property and sell In order to collect It. This was based, It seems, on th laws governing the same In Arkan sns. In that Stato you cannot distiain a man's property for poll tax, and the non-payment of it only dlsfranchlso-i him from voting. This will glvo the city what thr; hnve collected, anyhow ,and there If no doubt but what Mr. Eddlemnn will now try and find some mode by which the city can collect the tax 111 PAintCSS DENIM PARLORS Cheap Ueutistry is worse than no Dentistry, nnd when you 5j pay for tho beat, why not Ret the best? wo positively no not worK tor neros. j& If you want Dental work, como and examine my books, 3i tut; ,itiiji-o ut tun, .uiiatiib uij ftiucuia, 11 uicj (iiu uui 49. nlenRPil. ilnii'r nnmn tft mo fm wni-lr. W If I hurt you extraetiurr your teeth, don't pay rao, Mrtke$ nn appointment at once; it will pay you. s 3 t : S Lb? Our liner Department Is Nov Ready for tasler. SIG SIMON CO STORE NEWS The weather tomorrow promises to be partly cloudy and warmer, followed by fair weather with southerly winds. DR. J. H. NICHOLSON, Manager Rooms 1 nnd 2, over llonner k Hornier, Ardmore, lnd. Ter. Reaping the Harvest. A play of rare human Interest. A t: :c to life picture of the world and ways. A novol and exceptional! r cresting story of the heart, tho ups nnd downs of life, the merry Inugl nnd the penlten tenr are a few of the Idoas which go to make up tho stor of that charming play Reaping the Harvest. A young man a trifle too worldly, his business partner and rival In love, their swetheart and a woman whoic sin has madp her a social outcast to gether with a stern paront, a faithful negro mammy, a sentlmonlal olllco boy an eccentric inn-kecpor anil his broth er, a remnant of good days that were In the shape of nn oldtlme sport, a sweet fncod baby boy and severnl oth ers contribute each their share In nn folding one of the strongest plots and Interpietlng ono of the prettiest stor ies of laughtor nnd tears the stage Ins ever known. At Kloskl's opera house Thursday March 27. A Grand Display of Trimmed Hats, Uutrimmcd Lints, Ready to-Put ou-atid-Wenr Hats, Misses' and Children's Ilnta, .Baby Caps, Flowers aud Hibbous. . . Over oue hundred Pattern Hats on display. Atnone the Novelties aro now aud beautiful creations of this season Priuce lleury hat, the Gibson Hat, Pattern Ilut3, the Colonial hat at cut prices that cannot bo touched by nuy. house iu tho Territory. Our window display is worth a trip down towu to see. lOIIIIIIf S Cl ht lid? House Vo will ninko Ice cream for the pub lie us cheap as anyone. 381-St JULIUS KAHN. Now Is your tlmo to buy shlnglos. You can get them nt l.nldlaw Lumber Co's. for $1.80 per thousand. 20-tf You romomber our "Trilby" from Inst year. Don't forget It now, at 21-St KAIIN'S First Baptist Church. Sorvlcos at tho First Uaptlst church. Sunday, March 22. Suuday school at 9:45, preaching at 11 a. in., Subject, 'Regeneration," I). Y. P. U from 2;30 to 4 p. m Sunbeam society from 4 to 6. Preaching nt S p, m. Subject "Who aro In Ilondago?" Tho public Invited. J. V. DOWNING. Pastor, Millinery opening at Mrs. Jamea Tuesday. March 25. You aro Invited 23-2t. Our new Colonial Oxford You really do your self an injustice if, when you want to buy anything in the Dry Goods or Ladies Furnishing line that you neglectto include our store in your tour. Come around and see us. We promise you courte ous treatment whether you buy or not. Specially we want your attention to an elegant line of "BATISTE." lovely, sheer goods in quaint design's and patterns Price only 5c a yd should be more, but we make a leader of them. FOR THE LITTLE FELLOWS Specially mention ed should be our line of boys' Knee Pants at 50c. The ages run from 4 to 15 years and they are made of the pieces of the finest cloths used in the making of men's clothes. They have in the past sold from 75c to $1.50, but we purchaaed the entire lot and are enabled to offer them to you at 50c. It will repay you to buy a couple of pairsthey are so well made and of such good material. Call in ana see us when out shopping. Istn't It a Beauty I The leadiur style in Easter Footwear Patent Kid and Vici Kid. Tasteful and Elegant. If you haven't wen these Shoes you have missed a real Shoe treat, nnd a trip to our store to t-ce them would pay you. L. mi's prices are lowest. LYN N, the Shoe Man t ! Caution is ever the watch- f urnrrl nnrl vlifn vr.it t if w a 7 - - j ww desire your money to bring the best re- I . ..1. ii v- suits, me Cincinnati - is undoubtedly the place. All this week, 35c Molasses cans for 15c 75c decorated or white Plates, per set 35c Men's Percale Shirts, regulur price G5c. this week, each 35q Men's Cheviot Shirto, regular price 75c, this week, each 50c Meu's Bedford Cord Shirts, reguliir price 75c, this week 50c Men's President Susj enders 20c Ladies' fancy Hose, per pair 10c Cut steel Belt Buckles, ench. 25c Ju3t received, a line of sample Iloee for ladies, reRulnr price 25c; this week 2 pairs for 25c Our line of Shelf Hardware is most complete. Cheapest lino iu the city Come anil look at our beautiful hand painted, decorated China to be siven away free. Coupons with every purchase. CINCINNATI RACKET STORE Temple of Economy. W. C. Kendall was not nt his placo of business yesterday on account of Illness. Crepe paper In 5-loot rolls, variegat ed colors, 5c per roll, at the Nickel Store. LADIES' HATS Putlern hats, sheet hats. The finest and prettiest hats iu Ard more. Come nnd see them; they are beauties. The prices are very low j they nro worth double. WESTHEIMER & DAUBE. Our goods aro up-to-dato our price aro up-to-date, and tho fit and work manship Is guaranteed. Farthing & Cooncr's. 23-2t Millinery Opening. The ladles aro cordially Invited to nttond J. J. Dabbs Grand exposition of tho newest and latest in millinery, veilings nnd barcttos, commencing Tuosdny aftornoon March 25th and continuing all the week. 23,1t J. J. Dabbs lnvltos tho ladles to at tend Ills ICastcr opening of the latest fads and fancies of tho millinery world, which commences Tuosday af ternoon and continues all the week. 23-3t You can got cyprosH shingles nt I-tldlaw Lumbor Co. for $1.50 per thousand. 20-tf .Fishing Tackle. A flno line. Come hero to mako your selection. T. K. KEARNEY. ICtf MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Corset covers, ejowns, skirts, etc., in the latest designs, to be seou at WESTHEIMER & DAUBE'S. The Si? Simon (o. Over 2000 samples' to select n nice suit or trousers from. Soo Farthing & Cooner, 23-2t IFFELs' El " ASK FOR THE FOR MEN fi SHOE Copy right id Sold only by With Every Pair of WALKOVER SHOES we sell '$3,50 worth ol i. HAMILTON & GO. Our Opening Display id exposition of new Spring Millinery will, as usual, be the event of the seasion. It will be the most exquisite dis play ever made in Ardmore and will Commence Tuesday Afternoon, Mar, 25 and will continue all the week, and the ladies are cordially invited. J. J. DABBS, it MtMu, Sfkts & Co'i.