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Ofttitues tlis produces wonder
ful results. Through nn agreomont
cutorcd into with a niunnfnoturer
wa nro nblo to offer n number of
high cIuhs instruments nt loss tliau
than their true Rolling values. As
the ntunbor is liinitod. we invito
E. B. LUKE
Ardmore, I. T.
J. R. NOE, Manager.
JUnder New Management.
No Inside Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per Day.
1 IW COOK 60011
With huudrcds of valuable, tested
'recipes, gotten out by the Worn
mi'b Guild of St. Phillip's (Epis
copal) Churoli, is now ou sale at
Uoyd & Reed's Book Store.
PRICE - - SO CENTS.
ARDMORE OPERA HOUSE
One Night Only.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3.
Presenting the cloverost
features of iMinstrels
Opera and Vaudeville.
250 LAUGHS IN 150 MINUTES.
Specialties and Innova
tions Many Mahara's
Challenge Band and Or
Wntch for the Mr Street Parade.
Tickets on Sale at Ram
sey's Drue llall.
Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00
Dig Operatic Minstrel 'Boom.
It Is nlways pleasant to loXk forward
o n real up-io-uaio performance 01
mlnatrolsy, and tho now Mahara Mu-
Icale Is among tho recent -obony pro
ductions of the current aenpon. Crit
ics linvo heon profuse In tholr praise
f tho unique company, nrd together
with tho cconlc onvlromr.ont which
Jnnager Mnhnra has suppMed this nt-
aetlon which has boon called a work
art. From n musical rtandpolnt
he Mahara eotiipaliy Is niperlor In
every particular. Tho mlisleal mo-
lange ltottiK an Immense troat In Itself.
Tho festive vniidovllllan also forms part
of the entertainment, and numerous
other nUruatlvo foaturos places Ma-
Operatic Minstrel Uoom on a
par with the best. A splendid street
parade will be exhibited on the day of
the performance. Tho company ap
pears at the opera house bore Friday
Zan Wlllmns, who, for ! long a
time linn been traveling with Penning
ton Gic.'ery company, lias resigned his1
position anil accoptod a similar place
with Tyler & Simpson. W. A. Tweed
of Shawnee, Kan., succeeds Mr. Wil
liams and made his Initiatory country
trip this week.
W. S. Crockett waB taken suddenly
III yesterday morning and Had to bo
taken home. He was no better this
Retervolr Piping All Here.
All tho piping to be p'ncod under
tho waterworks dam has arrived and
Is being hauled to tho reservoir alK
Seventeen hundred pontile of load
to bo used for calking purposes has
also arrived. Tho pipe, when laH
will bo 226 foet In longth, which Is the
width of tho dam. It will b- laid lu n
bed of solid cement and will bo so ar
nn god that It will quickly rollovo tho
'oHorvoir of excessive water during
construction or to save the dam dur
tug excessive rainfalls.
Licensed to Wed.
Slnco otir last report tho following
porsons in this district havo beon
granted marrlago licenses:
W. W. Whoolor and Annli Moore,
Row Lowls Lawson and Mrs. C. E.
W. 13. Casoy and Mary Casoy, Ard-
Burton Farmer and Annie Glbbs,
Ie Know Hoi
If a picturo is destined to go
next somebody's heart, it ought to
bo a pretty nice picture.
We've tnndo photographs so
lone:, and tnado them so well, and
tnado so many of them, that you
should feel protty sure that this is
the place to got good photographs.
S. S. COUB,
ARDMORE. I. T.
Llqulr Air will free rtrawborrloi
and molt stool. See tho marvelous
oxporlmonts nt tho opera houso noxt
Mahara's Star Minstrel Convention.
What is moro refreshing than a roal
bright, gingery minstrel ' crformance
with Its Jolly comedians, graceful
lancers, auporb vocalists, grand aug
uented orchastra all kcplng time
with tlio happy Jinglo andHnps of tho
'.ones and tnmborino. A gupromoly
handsomo icenlc mounting and daz
sMIng costiimos to setv tho burnt cork
off with. All of tho latost Intovatlons
tltat possibly could be secured havo
beon put together by tho Mahara Op
ratlc Minstrel firm which will bo
xeon nt tlte opera houso F-.'uny night
R. T. DALLAS
the rcllublo Grocer best In
8 tlio city. Prompt delivery.
Phono 115, North Oaddo St.
One new 3 room houso with hall,
small barn. Lot 180x11)0 feet.
Near Unrgrovo Colleco.
A half block in northwest Ard
more; n bargain if sold at once.
A good piece of residouco prop-
erty in Ferudaloj a bargain.
A 4-room houso and lot, just
east of the ice factory, choap for
A farm of about 190 acres for
sale or rent.
Oho 3-rooin house in good loan
tiob, $7 per month.
Five 2-room houses in different
parts of tho city, ranging from $3
to $0 ner month.
Two l room houses at'sl aud $3
DOAK & SMITH
Real Estate and Rental Agents
Office over T. K. Kearney's.
Take your shoo repairing to llami!
ton's Shoe Store. First-claw work
A Special Call.
All membora in good standing In
he Chamber at Commorea are ro
quested to be prosont Wednesday
evening. October 1, nt 8 o'clock at the
city hall. Tlioio Is much business of
importnnco to tho city of A id moro to
be acted upon. Lot every ono be
present. SIDNEY SUGGS Pres.
C. L. BYRNE, Sec.
J. D. TANNER.
Cnbbage, finest nnywhoio. North
orn grown apples. Crnnborrlos, froBh
chlpniont. Tho finest froth moats in
Tho locluro Tuesday night on
Liquid Air, together with experiment
al demonstrations, will be u pleasing
entertainment, a dollghtful visit, in
fact, to the fairy land of science.
Everybody should boo tho marvol of
Do not miss the opportunity to vis
It New ork and Washington oarly
In Octobor, at greatly rcducod rates
by tho Uock Island System, "Choc
taw, Oklahoma, and Gulf R. R.,"
Ardmore Drug Co.
Lon M, Frame, Druggist.
Pure Drugs ami tho finest lino
of Cigars in tho city.
For fall and Winfer MillfDer
Omittiuc our usual Fall Open
ing, wo will simply have ou display
for vour lnsyeniiuu on raonuay
Sentomber 22. aud during the re
mainder of tho season, n lino of
Patterns, TailorMado and Street
Hats with Veiling, Baby Caps and
n full line of Milliuery. You are
invited to get our prices.
llenr the lecture tonight on Liquid
Mr and witness the experiments at
he opera house.
SAVED FOR YOU,
Mude for us when school books
nro bought from Colcmau Bros.
Como around and we will provo
t to you.
Second-hand pnblic school books
in good repair taken in exchange.
nd Door West Ardmore Nnt. Hank.
Good Things to Eat.
I'lenty oi Eggs.
Car of Arkansas Apples.
Greeley Irish Potatoes.
Plenty of Creamery Butter,
Plenty No. 1 Mackerel,
And everything clso grod to cat
at PORTER STAPLES',
Phone G7. Tho Rcd-Hoadod Grocor.
"Over the Fence.
Tho latost bid for public popularity
In' the farce comedy lino is that of the
latest composition of C. Ilorbert Kerr
ntilod "Over the Fence" a threo-nit
musical comedy which Is mooting with
opular approval this eoaeon, nnd It
as beon securod by Mnnagor iovc
for tho opora house on Monday, Oc
tober C. Public approval Is ac
knowledge! to be a fair nnd Indls
rlmlnate test to apply to tho merits
of nny play, and Mr. P. S. Mnttox's
production of "Over the Konco" hs
mot with that approval everywhere
It has been seen this sason The com
cdy Is Infectious and Is built on In
finitely more original linos than mos.
efforts. It oxcitos plonty of laughter
without rosortlng to suggostlveness
or uilgarlty' and Is nt all times full of
Interesting situations. The fun Is
never ceasing from tho rise to the fall
of tho final curtain. There aro many
protty nnd original imiBlcal numbers
tandwlchcd wltn humorous specialties,
including dancing and onsemblo num
hers by tho entire company. "Ovc.
the Fence" was built solely to amus
but yet it contains an excellent story
well told and In a new ard original
way. The company Is one of the
strongest In farce comedy circlos nnd
includes such prominent membors a
Prctt Reed, Joe Wlllard, Lcola Maye
Willie Dunlay, Klngsley Sisters nnd
You never, in all your life, board a
man complaining about a Studobako
buggy. They always give portent
satisfaction. Sold by
At the Jail.
Jim Stophens. charged with nggrat
vated aBsault, was arroatod two miles
south of Eastman by Deputy McLo-
moro. He was committed to Jail.
Harrison Porter, murder, 'arrested
near Allen by Deputy Nestor and com
mitted by Commissioner Talbot.
See my new fall hats hoforo buying,
Nice folt street hat 25c, 50c and 75c.
Droas hats Jl.flO, $1.60 upwards. Will
save you money.
MRS. LI LA H. BOMAR,
lm At R. W. Rar.dol'8 Store,
Beginning Wednesday r.i'.rnlng Oc
tober 1, I wll keep frosh moats. My
store is now thoroughly equipped for
tills purpose nnd I shall put forth my
best efforts to keep the pride of mont
that will ploaao you. Phone B7.
SO-St. The Rod-Headed Grocor.
Greatly reduced rates to Now York
and return by tho Rock Island Sys
torn, "Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf
R. R.," Oct. 1, 2 and 4, good return
Ing until Oct. 14.
Stovesl Stoves! 1
If you don't like your stovo
used last winter see mo. Can
yours in exchange.
21-tf T. K. KEARNEY.
Wart and molo extractor, superfluous
hair romovor, skin food and other to I
let articles at Mrs. Mcl-aughlln'a mil
MRS. MARY L CARTER,
When your shoos need half-soling
take them to Hamilton's Shoo Store,
Go to E. B Push for yourgseed ryo,
Mosdanies McLaughlin and Blocker
bavo established dressmaking parlors
at Mrs. McLaughlin's millinery store,
Prices reasonable and work guaron
IP yam urniD i ymm riiAcr
i See A. Parks, the
Marble Man Oppos
ite Conrt Hpnse. ?
Rlngllng Bros, employ ovor a thou
nnd men, women nnd ch'ldrcn. T
feed this great company of. people r-"
quires n dally average of 000 pound
of bread, 1,000 pounds of moat, 42
gallons ol coffee, and everything elhc
in proportion. Thoso sunnllos.
well as tons of hay, 300 bushels of
oats and 25 bushels of corn for th
horses, havo to bo secured dally t
tho city whoro tho show Is oxhlbltlim
LI 11 1
YOU Vai GOOD SHOES.
In what city, in what store, cnu you find such a solid
i- illeotion as
M. D. Wells' Mastiff Shoo for Boys, Hamilton &
Brown's Security School Shoe, Haywood $3.50 Shoo,
a winner, for Men; John Kelloy Shoo for Women,
The Stacy Adams Dress Shoo for Men, tho Patrician
Dress Shoe for Women.
These represent shoo excellence not to bo compared with
LYNN, The Shoe Man.
Will prove to you that we carry the largest stock o
As cheat) aa anv: nhnnnnr than nmnv TsJn i
A. C. YOUNG,
$30 Gvgn Away
And here's how we do it: Every purcbaso you make
at this store entitles you to a guess at the number of bales
of cotton Ardmore will receive from wagons during the
months of October, November and December. Your gues
at October receipts must bo left at the store between tho
1 and 15 of October, and so with each of the other months
Ou New Yenrs Day your three best guesses will be added
together and if your figures are the closest 'to tho total
amount you will be awarded a very fine
Genuine Hornback Alligator
$30 Suit Case.
The case is absolutely given awuy. The same low
prices we hayo advertised holds good, nnd you will find
us, as nsuul, "the people" to furnish you with nn up to
date outfit of clothing, hats, tie3, collars und everything
else in Men's Furnishing Goods. All mail orders promptly
attended to. Uuessing blanks enclosed with nil shipments
Yo?i will miss a troat If you do njt
uttend the oicra huso trnlght nnd
wltnoBB tho Liquid Air tosts.
This woathor naturally turns our
thoughts townrd a comfotfablo bIqvp
for tho winter. Wo have thorn read
for you und evory stovo In our house
wns made for porvicc.
Take Care of the Stomach.
Tho man or woman whoso digestion
Is perfect and whoso stomach per
forms Its ovory function Is noverslclc.
Kodol cleanses, purifies nnd sweetens
the otomach aud cures positively and
permanently all stomach troubles, in
digestion and dyspopsia. It Is the
wonderful rcconstructlvo tonic that is
making so many sick people well and
weak peoplo strong by conveying to
tholr bodies all tho nourishment in tho
food thoy caL Rov. J. II. Holladay of
Holladay, Miss., writes: Kodol has cur
ed mo. I consider It tho best remedy
I over usod for dyspopsia and stomach
troubles. I was given up by physi
cians. Kodol saved ray llfo. Takolt
after meals. City Drug Store
.. M. K. & T. Excursion Rates.
On Oct. 2, 3, 4 nnd G excursion tick'
eta will bo sold nt ono faro for tho
round trip to points, in tho stato of
Mlohlgan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and
Illinois, 'with final limit Nov. 3,
1002. Get particulars from Katy
agent, or JAMES BARKER,
G. P. and T. A.
Came Near Being a Cripple.
Josh Wostliafcr of Loocooto, Ind., Is
a poor man, but ho Bays ho would not
ho without Chamberlain's Pain Balm
if It cost ftvo dollars a bottle, for It
saved him from being a cripple. No
oxternal application Is equal to this
liniment for stiff and swolon Joints,
contracted musclos. stiff neck, sprains
and rheumatic and muscular pains. It
nas also cured numerous coses of pap
tlai paralysis. It Is for sale by City,
urog Btoro and sv J. Ramsey.
Avoid serious results of kidney or
bladder disorder by taking Foley's
Kidney Cure. For aalo by Bonner &
Over Uonner St nonuer'a'dme store.
Kooras 1 anils between Dra. von Keller nnd
No Work for Negroes.
Wo are willing to risk our reputa
tion as merchants on tho vcar of the
Raclno buggy. There Is none better
few, If any, aa good.
DR. RAWLS ANDERSON
PilIintR nf lirnlron flnwrn toolli
iiouiuiiv. aii w rK HniimrPM nn
NO WORK FOR NEGROES.
f M TIT, 1 -.- . .
viaii. mine uainwinn rnrrinen a
Our Grand Fall Millin
ery Display now Ready.
All that is new and up to date in Hats will be
20O PATTERN HATS.
Copies from the best Parisian and French
Models, showinrr nil t lio niwtr!niinfo v '
chic and nobby.
A magnificent line of trimmed, ready to wear
Hats. Our fall stock of Millinery is without
doubt the largest we have ever opened and
contains every novelty and style. Special
Low Prices have been made on all our hats,
and you can be pleased in your selection at
Cut Price Millinery House.