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XLOSKI'S OPERA HOUSE
ONE NIGUT ONLY. . MONDAY, OCTOBER " P. S. MATTOX Presents tlit Furiously Funny and Jolly Mimical Cotnody, "OVER 4iU Ycnr of this lllg I'un Show. THE 3 Clever People. 30 FENCE." A Score of Pretty Girls! Startling Sensational Ileal Xovelliofl Gorgeous Costumes! Elnbornte Scenery! Catchy Music 1 A Metropolitan Cast and Beauty Chorus- prices $1.00, 75c, 50c Seats on sale Saturday, Oct. at Ramsey's Drug Store. 1 ixmm 1 THE. OFTHIS PIANO S ... A Musical Record. The Bush & Gcrts Piano Has u reputation second to none Tiinong ita friends, and every ono who 'hears it is a friend. Its tone rivals in p aasiu? quali 'ties tliat 'of many instrumeuts costing mBiiy more dollars. In appearance it is a charmiug combination of artistic design and flno finish Pleased to have yon stop in and try it. We have a largo number of other Pianos, and sell for cash or on 1 easy payments. J. B, LUKE jt.rdmoro, I. T. A SCHOOL SAVINGS DANK. A Plea for Etabllhlng a School Sav Ings Bank In Ardmore. To bring about this Innovation the co-operation 'of sMiool authorities, teachers, pupils and savings banks' Is necessary. The practical benefits and valuable educational feature of the schools sav ing lmnk system In public teltools houlil 1k. known to t)rTy parent and guardian. Wherever the iliajde system f tak ing care of the nvpU'e pnnia, Uiat wonlil otherwise be foolishly wptadeil for needlw .weeta ami the like, Is died in the schools the children are happier, more self-reliant and have better ltabils. The tnonty the children deposit through the chool savings banks In nubile Khoolt Is made a valuable ob ject lesson; they have the receipt cards and the bank liooks showing Its amount. They can check It out re ceive Interest on It and learn thereby Initial business methods. By Instructing the children In the economy of accumulating Interest and encouraging thm to huband wisely their small resources we prevent them In many Instances from forming u se ta and debilitating habits. We train and purify their appetites unawares. Cigarettes, chewing gum and unwhole some sweets wilt be little temptation to a boy or girl who wants to have a good bank account. In the schools of Long Island City, where the savings banks were first In troduced In this country, In 1886, the scholars had In three years $14,20 on deposit. The morning aftor the disastrous flood of Johni'town some of the pupils on ontorlng their class-rooms manl- fostod to their teachers a wish to con tribute to help tjio school children In Johnstown who had lost their homes, most of the IWK) children volunteered offerings from their savings funds, which aggregated $452.31. One of the greatest joys of life Is the Bense of Independence, the possession of some thing to husband and distribute brings It Is not the desire of the promoters of the system that the children should bocomo pensioners on the parents' bounty, hut that they should bo stimu lated to Industry and doposlt the prod uct of their own labor and solf-donlal; that tho pontiles nrc to bo planted In a bank ns tho seed of future fortune and good habits, Instead of In the candy shop. An oxprosslon of opinion by both school oirioials and parents Is desired. ONE WHO IS INTERESTED IN THE CHILDREN OP ARDMORE. J. R. NOE, MniMRcr. BANKS HOTEL. Dig lumps of coal Just received nt .ahllaw's. Phono us your ordors at once. We guarantee 2000 pounds to the ton. 3tf. LAIDLAW. ( ftF2 ' 0 IN CONNKOTJON. Under New Managcmen , No Inside Rooms. Rates, $2.00 per Day. Mosdames McLaughlin and IJIockor havo ostnbllshod droesmaklng parlors at Mrs. McLaughlin's millinery store. Prises roasonablo and work guaran teed. 14-lm. mm BOOK With hundreds of valuable, tested rocipos, gotten out by tho Worn au's Guild of St. Phillip's (Epis copal) Church, is now ou sale at lioyd & Reed's Book Storo, .PRICE - - 50 CENTS. Eitraycd Filly. I will pay a roasonablo reward for tho roturn to mo of a 3-year-old dark . brown filly, branded W or M on loft shoulder. Wns last seen In tho lullghborliood of Ardmore, U E. COVEY, IMt. Mannsvllle, I. T. You uevac. In all your Vit, heard a mujiMiamplnlnlng about a Stmlobakc Dmggy. They always glvo porfect satisfaction. Sold by NODLE I1ROS. Randol, Banks & Co. soil only good rollablo goods. fj-3t. Ju?t received a fresh lot flno French candles II uy tor's, Lowry'a and Looso Bros.' at Knhn's. 2-3t Yale's Magloal Secret, special lo tion, Elixir of Beauty, and many other toilet articles at Mrs. McLaughlin's mllllnory storo. MRS. MARY L. CARTER, lC-lm Agent. Frosh lot Huylor'8, Lowry's and Looso Bros.' flno French candlos just received at Julius Knhn's. 2-3t Seo my now fall hats before buying. Nlco folt strcot hat. 25c. COc nnd7Gc. Dross hats $1.00, $1.50 upwards. Will savo you money. MRS. LI LA H. BOMAR, 7-1 m At U. W. Rar.dol's Storo. Photos that tako tho premium arc made only by Colo. 5-3 1. Do not miss tho opportunity to vis It Now York and Washington early In October, nt groatly reduced rates by tho Rock Island Systom, "Choc taw, Oklahoma and Quit It, R.," Why Is This, Thus? The Marietta Monitor, under tho caption of "Difference In Price's" ruiiB the following paragraph Whl'chShould oall for a reply from Bomo'Rou'rco, for If Marietta can afford to pay 2d cents Iter hundred more than ArdrhVo. thero Is evidently a "nlggor In thp woodpllo" and we want to catch htm: "The cotton market opened weak this morning at 7.90. Tho market fluctuated conshjprably and as high as S cents was paid during tho day. The market finally closed firm nt 7.88. Seed cotton 2.45, cotton soed $13X0. The receipt of tho day wore about oo bales. Tuesday's Ardmorolto. "The same day the cotton tnnrkot opened In Marietta at 8 conta. 8.16 be ing the nillng prlco during the day, however, a great deal brought 8.26, tho market closing at 8.10. flood cotton brought all the way from 2.70 to 2.75. The receipts for tho day were hoavy. Fine Underwear Silk and wool, Silk and linen, Fine all wool, Hevry balbrlggan. Heavyweight pure linen, and juat any kind you can ask for nt ' ED RINGER'S. Then Is a big bole at the end of the bridge 1 1 oaslng North Caddo street by the Choctaw depot, large onough to throw a horse In. It should bo at tended to. The Choctaw pooplo have put In a lot of cinders nil around their depot in order that tholr customers may ap proach without getting In the mud up to their kneos. Tho Santa Fo pooplo scorn to havo no end of trouble with tholr brick walk around their new depot. Every tlmo It rains It settles down In various places and the bricks have to be taken up and replaced. FRESH & CANDIES, yfo Ycs From now on at KAHN'S "Over the Fence." In tho engagement "Over the Fence," a three act musical farco comedy by C. Herbert Kerr, which comes to Klos kl's opora house on Monday, Oct. 0, Managor Lovo promises local theater goers a rare treat on thnt qccnslon. This plcco, which was built for laugh ing purposia only, has, nevertheless, a very Intorottlng, well told story, not liko most farco comcdlos, simply a throad on wheh nro hung numerous specialties. It Is truo, novortholoss, that during thq two and ono-half hours entortnlnmont In presenting this play thoro aro numgrous novol nnd protty specialties Introduced by tho various lnombers of this large organization. Manager Mattox, "Over tho Fonco," In presenting tho comedy has gathored togothor some twonty artists all on gaged for their particular ability to carry out tho author's Ideas of his va rious characters. Tho piece has been highly successful wherever presented. Costumes, sconory and novel und orig inal music as woll as all that Is popu lar and up to date will ho Introduced In connection with tho pretty dancers and oxcolleiit work of the large and woll trained chorus. Woar tho Rlngor $3 hat ovory ono guaranteed. A duck never makes his cscapo theso cool mornings when you shoot nt him with ono of our guns. WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO. 1 ft for Fall and Winter linen Omittinc our ustinl Fall Onan inc, wo will simply havo on display for your inspection on Monday, 1 , nn 1 .1 . . ' 1 1. oepioinuer uuu uurniK tuu re mainder of the season, a line of Patterns. Tailor-Made and Street Ilats with Veiling, Baby Caps and a full lino of Millinery. You are invited to got our prices. MRS. JAMES. Tho Indlos of the Loaf will meet with Mrs. T. Y. Morgan Monday after noon at 3 o'clock. MRS. O. II. WEBB, Secretary. If you don't got 'em now, It's your own fntilt, thoy won't bo hero long. Wo nro speaking of those $1.35 cypress shingles at 3-tf. LAIDLAW'S. By competent Judges Colo's photo graph's havo boon pronounced tho best In tho B. I. T. D-3t. Tho vote on tho bond quostlon has been canvassed by tho clork and certi ficate of same has been mailed to the mayor. A White Elephant buggy Is tho world's fuvorlto. Buy ono from Wll Hams, Corhn & Co. and you nro suro of a good comfortablo buggy. J. Visit Bllllo Baldwin's carrlago do partn.ont for tho moat rellablo work, Phono 87. Attention, Knights Templar. A regular conclave of Ardmoro commandory, No. 5, Knights Templar, will bo hold In tho asylum on Monday, October C, at 7 o'clock p. m. All Knights aro requested to 'attend. W. F. BOWMAN, Em't. Cora L. B. ROBERSON, Recorder. Our prices and terms on buggies, One day this week we will move into the building first door west of Ardmore National Dank, 205 Main street, COLSiMAW BROS. DRUGGISTS AND BOOKSELLERS,? . and Door West Ardmore Nnt. Bank. Thirty groat principal and menage llrters are with Rlngllng Brothors' cir cus, which shortly exhibits In this city. Among the most famous aro tho Davonporte. the Hobsons, Frodorlck nnd Augusta Schadel, Julia Lownndo, John and Michael Rooney, Rhoda Roy al. Madame Royal, Charles Carroll and tho famous prince of horscmon John O'Brlon. Romombor tho social gathorlng Mou day night nt Mrs. E. C. Heath's. Tho saloon nnd rostnurant whoro tho gamblors woro arrostcd Thursday night was not A. E. Rogors' place of buslnoss, as might have boon Inforrod from tho reading of the artlclo pub lished In tho papor. Wo mako this statement in justlco to Mr. Rogors, who allows no gambling In his houso Folkor soils Houso Coffee. tho Famous White 5-3t. Tho Hollowny trio of high wire aero- bats, who arc engaged with Rlngllng Brothors' world's greatest shows this soason, wero tho rolgnlng sensation of Indon last wnter. Theso great ar tists perform acrobatic feats In mid nlr, and upon thin wire, that many clover acrobats hesltato to attempt on solid ground. Thoro Is no other act like It In tho world. Chicken Food. Cheap at E. B. Pugh's. 15-lm. Whlto House Coffee, tho woll known brand, for sale at FELKER'S. C-3t. W.,W. Housor has finished two handsomo document cases for the Chickasaw Townslte Commission. Tho canes nro doslgnod so ns to make a recoptnele for ovory appraised town n tho Chickasaw Nation and nil the papors relating In any mnntjor to ono town will bo kept togothor. Twonty doon good pairs mon's trqusors, worth $5, at $3.50 tho pair. ED RINOER. 0 e M-rUs M in rnrAi? fc i See A. Parks, the Marble Man Oppos ite Court Honse. $ Leavo bus and carrlago calls at City Livery Stablo. Phono 27. lHm T. B. CATHEY. J. S .McCharcn was Initiated by tho Woodmen of tho World Friday night. Tho goat was hard to rldo and Mac in consequence was laid up yesterday morning with his back. Here's Your Shingles Cyprebs shingles nt $1.35 at 3-tf. LAIDLAW'S. Buck cook stoves and Rnngos aro tho standards that other makers try to reach. Wc sell tho Buck stoves. NOBLE BROS. This Maiden Isn't ComDlainiiw. 11 Of She is telling her friend how fc happy she is with that pair of 1 1.1 I.S.I II origin Kiu, lurec-quurier rox, lace boots sho got of us. The soles are McKay welted, rope stitchinfj. You Ret them from us for $2.50 A PAIR. Easy, isn't itl LYNN, The Shoe Man. 1 or cr cr cr cr cr i YOUR LIFE Is spent in bed, and should be spent in comfort. Abedo roses or a bed of leaves appears well enough in n book bul for centime comfort our Seeley Lint Cotton Mattress Cannot be excelled. GUARANTEED TO LAST A Ll?H TIME. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS A, C. YOUNG, Opposite the Postofflcej Q UEER UAINT UAKERS. TRADE FREE! FREE! FREE! EVERY NIGHT. Meetings Every Night. Bring thy family, and enjoy a night with THE QUAKERS. f ! ! 'V i- ! -M. -V -V ! -H-fr-H-fr-frf W. C. KENDALL & CO, 1 The most complete Grocery m tuo city. I Thono No. 2. f H--H--H--H"H This weather naturally turns our thoughts toward n comfortablo stove for tho winter. Wo havo thorn ready for you and ovory stovo In our houso wns mado for service. NOBLE BROS. Call on "Choctaw" agents for full Information In regard to tho extreme ly low round trip rates to New York and Washington oarly in October. )R. NICHOLSON. Dentist Oror Honaer A Oonner'aMrnir store. Rooms l and between Drs. von Keller and ronom. No Work for Negroes, DR. RAWLS ANDERSON! DENTIST. Fillings of broken down teeth ! specialty. All work solicited anj guaranteed. I NO WORK FOR NEGROES. Office, Wheelor Bldg. Ardmorl TTTTrTm Yonf Money's Worth. If you havo never boucht your Millinery from Us, it will pay you greatly to examine our stock of Ready-to-Weor Hats, Misses' and Children's Hats, Exquisite French Patterns and Talior-Madc Hats. Our prices will surprise you., We can positively undersoil any other house in Ardmore. I ... A Revelation to Bargain Seekers . . . Wo carry tho finest, largest and prettiest stock of Millinery in the Indian Territory. Swell Line of Ladles' Muslin Underwear, Flannel Waists, Skirts and Wrappers. R. LovensteirTs Cut Price Millinery House. hacks and wagons will please you. NOBLE BnOS Stoves to burn; a car just in. WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO.