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nd Oth 4. 4 PERSONAL MENTION. 'h fc 4 4 4 4 COALI Felix J. King went tip to Berwyn yesterday. ill. an, AIM. ... uZfa. VMS 55c, m U.00 3.00. id. dozl ot) 29 to $0 to 3 i to g 0. ton. ....1 ....$.1 to 2l ... i esterul ward j y clod sold r 14 out i In A old fr .1; -3, ...8, I Wri on't ISO 1 tNE e NIcJ reca lulppj ant Uend ger'a j vho nd l l ol. .LY, , I. 0 Jim Biggest and Best Equipped Tinshop in the Indian Territory. ARDMORE, H. T. KIRBY, Real Estate, Rentals and Insurance. Noble B'ld'g. Ardmore, I.T. FOR RENT. 4 - room house in South Ardmoro, 3-rootn house in South Ardmore. FOR SALE. 5- room frame close to Main Bt. This placo is well improved and can be bought cheap for cash. 4 room box house, lot 100x115, new, location in best neighborhood in North Ardmore, Half down, balance on terms to Buit. Ono of the prettiest homes iu Ardmore. 3-room frame, good sized lot, on C street. If you want a home, lot me show you this. MONEY TO LOAN. Baggage Transfer DAGGAGE called for and deliv- ered to all trains day or night Reliablo, first cIqbb service. Check' er on all trains. Phono 1G4. J. S. ROWLES. ASA'S TIN SHOP. On West Main St. is the best place to buy Flues, Well Cas ing and Tanks. Tin Roofing properly done. ASA HOLMAN. "W. J. B ROWN Undertaker West Main St., Ardmoro, I. T. Window Glass Wall Paper Paints and Oils T. N, COLEMAN THE LEADING DRUGGIST. HAVE: Golledge :T0 DO YOUR: TIN WORK Oldest and Most Reliable Tinner in Ardmore. Give Me Your Work, and ill Treat You Riant . : : Shop located South of City National Bank INDIAN TERRITORY. A Strong Company. The firm ot R. W. Randol Is organ ized Into a new stock company, com posed of R. W. Rnndol, J. W. Banks, O. II. Wobb, T. H. llankB and Ellis Wilkes, capital stock $40,000. This firm will do a general merchandise business, on a larger and more exten sive scale than ever before, and will contlnuo business at tho old stand. Mr. J. W. Danks will leave at onco for Eastern markets to lay In a complete Block of general merchandise. 1-tf. You maKo a mistake If you don't tako that lamo horse to Billio Bald win's and liavo him shod Phone 87. .: f -J' 4- 4 4 4- 4 4 4 4- 4- rl Tho Ardraorclte has been informed of the death of Judgo W. W. Robert Bon nt Mayfleld, Kentucky, on Septem ber 24, Judgo Robertson, who wns the father ot Mrs. T. G. Whltten ot this city, had reached tho ago of 65 years, had been circuit judgo for a number of yenrs, was a prominent member of tho bar for forty years and a closo political observer In matters of public Interest. Men's heavy underwear at 75c a suit. ED RINGER. Wo havo 100,000 shingles that we'll sell at $1.35 per 1000. 3-tf. LAIDLAW. C. E. HUMT, Carpenter and Builder Leave orders at Chickasaw P hone 20. Luuv Real Estate Transfers. Tho following real estate transfers are reported by tho Redfleld Agency: Lots 4, G and C, In block 357, M. II. Jordan to J. F. Short, consideration, $750. Eighty feet off north side of lot 1, and 80 feet ot. north sldo of lot 5, In block 203. W. D. and W. E. Talia ferro to W. A. Turner, Sr., considera tion, $525. For sale, a buggy and harness, al most new. Apply at Lcatherwood's store. S-2t. Mrs. Sidney Suggs very plensnntly surprised us yesterday by leaving a lovely bouquet of roses at thiB'omce. It was composed of a handsomo as sortraeni anu seemeu all the more beautiful In contrast with tho cold, un pleasant weather. J. B. Smart & Co., phono 112, for feed of all kinds. The Woman's Guild. All members of tho Woman's Guild of St. Philips' (Enlsconnl) church. will meet nt tho church Tuesday nX' tornoon at 3 o'clock. AH members are requested to attend. MISS BEULAII GREEN, Sec. Chicken food, tho kind that makes hens lay, and doesn't cost any moro than common food, at E. B. Pugh'B. 15-lm. raios truueura lor weak women Fertilizer Tablets, Digestive Tablets and other Yalo goods at Mrs. Me Laughlln'a millinery store. MRS. MARY L. CARTER, l lm Agent. u you nre In need of a first-class dretsmaker call and see me, corner Third Avo. and North Washington St. 30-Ct. MRS. BROWN 4 R. A. RINER, the Grocer, Carries Peed and Groceries $ Corner Caddo and Broadway Ardmoro, I. T. Fresh oystera nt E. U. Pugh'B Special prices on largo quantities, 1B-Im. When ( you) hayo searched for It nt ether hardwaroAutorcs, yov'll find I here. Wo have tho biggest stock Is W. S. Snyder came down yesterdity from Oklnhomn City. C. V. Ebelsh was In tho city ycator tiny from Provenco. O. B. Rogers whb in tho city yester day from Gainesville. H. G. Dean rcttirnod to his homo this morning In Tishomingo. Will Lowellng la visiting his mother nt Dallas and taking In tho fnlr. Commissioner T. N. Hobnott wont up to Pauls Vnlloy yostordny noon. Mrs. P. A. 1-uighlln wont to Dalian yesterday morning and will visit the fair. Mrs. Lcarh of South Ardmoro has gono to her clnlm near Hobart In Ok- lahomn. Elwood Wolvorton and a'stor, Miss rinra, left yesterday morning for tho Dallas fair. Oeo. Smith of Norman, O. T., wnB wending his way through our crowd ed streets yesterday. Miss Allle Moore has come In from Sherman to he with her Bister, Kay, who is now Improving. 11. F. Roe of Decatur, Toxas, was here yesterday prospecting. Ho Is fa vorably Impressed with Ardmoro nnd vicinity. W. T. Shields, J. W. Swafford nnd 0. C. Horry autographed thomsolvos from South McAlostor yostorday nt the Whlttlngton Hov. A. S. Rlackwood of Holdonvlllo wns here Friday in the Interest of the inuinnoia Acn.iomy now umior con- structlon at Wynnowood. Dr. Phil H. StophetiH, who has beon in me city me guest oi ins sistor, airs. T. II. Sturgeon, has returned to his homo In St. I.ouIb. Rev. J. Clarence nead of Princeton, Ky., Is In the city and will occupy the pulpit at the Christian church today, morning and ovenlng. P. 0. Bingham nnd R. C. Farmer have returned from nn extended trip Into the Choctaw Nation. Mr. Farmer wnstpiltc sick before reaching here, but is much better now. E. F. Ikard of MInco. 1. T., and W. P. Tubb of Reagan, Toxns, nro In the city. Mr. Ikard Is bore visiting his brother, M. Ikard, and Mr. Tubb, Is Inhngly. Let ovory ono bu on hand. the Territory prospecting. J. M. Arnold of tho firm of Arnold & Myers of Sprlngor and a constant reader of tho Daily Ardmorolte, was caller at this olllco yostorday and carried homo a nice lot of printed sta tionery. Sco Ansley Bros, for flno photos. 3t. Thoso littlo silk and wool sweaters for boys nro beauties. ED RINGER. Woodmen Circle. Thoro will bo a meeting of Wood men Circle Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in tho K. of P. hall. MRS. L. Y. BONNER, Guard. MriS. MATT1E EVETTS, Sec. Thirty dozen men's work gloves at 50c tho pair. ED RINGER. Tho social affair at Mrs. E. C. Heath'B Monday night will be well at tended. Dunlap and Knox tints at ED RINGER'S. Two tin cups for Co at tho Nickel Store. Wea B. Burney, who has been 111 for flvo wooks, Is reported somewhat bet ter. Tho Ladles Society of the First Pres byterian church will meet with Mrs. B. A. Simpson noxt Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. MRS. T. Y. MORGAN, Pros. Two dozen safety pins for 5c nt tho Nickel Store. Porter Staples' Meat Market For pure pork sausage, bulk lard and nil kinds of frosh meats. Phono 57. 5-3t. You can depend ou every bit of mer chandise nt Randol, Banks & Co's. G-3t. Ardmore Drug Co. Lon M. Frame, Drugglit. Pare Drugs and the finest line Cigars in the city. Slnco you must have a stove, wh rot havo tho beat? That's tho Buck stove, sold by NOBLE BROS. Wo aro willing to risk our reputa tion an merchants on tho wear of the Moon, Bros', huggies. None better, fow, ,U any, ns good. NOBLE BROS Go to E. B Pugh for your seed ryo. 21-tf.- WE ARE NOW CZARS COMPRISING THE BEST McALESTER AND KANSAS COALS. BeBt McAleator Fancy Lump Conl, Best Knnsas Fontsnnc Lump Conl, Your orders will receive prompt or Phone 15C. 4- 4- THE CHURCHES. 4- 4- CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. C. M. Collins, M. A., Pastor. Today, 11 n. m. "Com oat from among them, and be ye sepirate." II Cor. G: 17. :30 p. m. "There was no room for them in the Inn." Luko 2:7. Christian Church. J. Clarence Road of Prlncoton, Ky., w), occupy lho ,nl,,t nt lho christian church today. Subject for morning , n ..Tho aiorlous Gospul of chrlHt Rvonlng sorvlco 7:30 p. m A Mo9f(nfi0 Fr0m God." Sunday .niinni nt u-.iZ n. in. Everybody most ,,-,, nvu0li r.mtr.ii nantlst Church Prnnnlilnir nt 11 it. in. and 7:30 p. m i,y the pastor. Subject In the morning rho Mission of tho Holy Spirit. ravening, "Tho Sin of Unbelief." Every body welcome. J. N. HOWARDS. PnHtor. Attention, Methodists. Today tho paBtor of tho Carter avo- nne M. E. Church, South, will rocoivo thoso who Joined the church nt tho ro cent revival. All applicants tako duo notlco and govern yourselves accord JOHN L. WILLIAMS, Pastor. First Presbyterian Church. Tho regular services will be held at tho First Prosbytorlan church to dny nt 11 a. m. nnd 7:30 p. in. buu Meet for tho evening dlscourso will bo "Education and Crime." A special invitation Is extended to parents and teachers. CHAS. C. WEITH, Pastor. Christian Science. Tho tubject f6r tho Christian Science Sunday bcIiooI. which meets nt 10 o'clock this morning, is "Arc Sin, DIs enso and Death Real?" Golden text Ezeklel 34:15,10. Responsive reading, Isa. 38:9-20. Dispensary open from 10 to 11 a . m. All are cordially Invited W. C. T. U. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs Madden, Fifth avenue, northwest, Mon day afternoon nt 3 o'clock. llandol, Banks & Co. are receiving new goods nlmost dally cvory day. 5-3, I J. D. TANNER. You're living high when you buy from us Pressed Pigs Feet. Pickled Pigs Feet, Celory and Cranberries, Wo have a new shipment of sweet crackers. 2-3t Wo sell harness, and It llko other merchandise in our store, Is tho . best. NOBLE BROS. "Watch the Kidneys. "When they aro affected life io in danger," says Dr. Abcrncthy, the groat English physician. Foley's Kidney Curo makes sound kidney. Sold by Bonner & Bonn or. P. & F. Molasses Standard of the Worlds We carry a fresh stock of LtLin all, sizes at all times. TYLER E& ISIMPSOM: Wholesale Distributor. UNLOADING por ton $6 00 per ton 5 50 nttention by addressing hh n onrtt ARDMORE ICE CO. Licensed to Wed. Throo mnrrlngo licenses woro lsBtiodf since our last report. J. M. Eaton, Powoll, and Delia Reed, Pleasant Mound. Fred B. Love and Mnttlo 0. Culbcrt son, Oakland. C. W. Crcckmore, Madlll, nnd Jesse I. CulbortBon, Onkland. Fresh goods nrrlving every day nt J. I). Smart & Co's. Window full of good $2 hats, to closo otit 95c onch. ED HINDER. You'll find everything In hnrdwnra and tlnwaro at NOnLE DROS, The Ark Fire Insurance Gtt OF CINCINNATI. OHIO. Capital: $20O,0O0. Surplus: $I00,OOO. v Under same management ns An chor Piro Insurance Co. of Cincin nati, Ohio, WANTS AGENTS iu every town in the Indian Territory. J E. ARNOLD, Gen. Agent for Indian Territory. Ardmore, Iud. Terv Itie Season's Choice Wo have tho choice of th season in Ilandsomo Dress Hnta, Pattern Hats, Street Bats, Scratch Felt Ilats, Tailor Mudo Hats, Children's Hats, Chil dren's Caps, Veiling in all the colors, Millinery Novelties. Goods of high grado aniB mod-1-ernto of price, Ife. Ndanslir.. FOR 8ALE. One new 3 room honeo with hall, Bmall barn. Lot 180x100 feet Near Hargrove College. A half block in northwest Ard more ; a bargain if Bold ut once- A good piece of residence prop erty in Perndalo; a bargain. A 4-room house nnd lot, jnst east of the ice factory, cheap for the cash. A farm of about 190 acres for sale or rent. FOR RENT. Oho 3-room house iu good loca tion, $7 per month. Five 2-room houses in different? parts of the city, ranging from $S to $6 per month, Two 1 room houses at $1 and $3 per month. DOAK & SMITKl Real Estate and Rental Agents Office orer T. K. Kcarnej'au. : I t z unksl iER'HI tho Indian Territory. NOBLE BROS Dd'!orated cups and saucers for 5c at the Nickel Store.