KLOSKI'S OPERA HOUSE
One Solid Week, Commencing
Mnnrinv. October 13th.
Annual Engagement of
.MISS GERTRUDE EWIHG
: t SAND: : :
MR, ALBERT TAYLOR,
The Ewiog-Taylor Combination.
The Most Complete Rnpertoire
Attraction in the South.
High Glass Vaudeville between
.POPULAR PRICBS, 15, 35 and 35C
HOME, SWEET HOME,
Change of Piny Nightly.
MATINUll SATURDAY APTURNOON
Scats ou Eale nt Bonner &
Bonner's Drng Store.
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A Musical Record.
The Bush & Gcrts Piano
Has a reputation second to none
among its friends, and every one
who hears it is n friend.
Its tone rivnls in p Basin? quali
ties that of many instruments
costing many moro dollars.
In appearance it is a charming
combination of artistic desigu and
Pleased to have you stop iu nnd
We havo a large number of other
riimos, ami sell tor cash or on
E. B. LUKE
Ardmoro. I. T.
Big lumps of coal Jtiit received at
LaJdlaw's. Phone us your orders nt
one. We guarantee SOOO pounds to
E. G, HERNDON,
Gsrpontor and Builder
Leave orders at Chickasaw Lum
bor Co. Phono 20.
Buck cook stovos nnd Rnngos are
ue standards that other makors trj
'to reach. We sell the Buck stoves.
J. W. Coffey,
is doing business again at the
Over Rnmsny's Drug Store;
where ho is propnrort to mako
you 11 nobby suit, ovorcont or
trousors nt reasonable prices.
Satisfaction guaranteed in
W. B. EiiNG.
Sa oon and Pool Hall.
All Territorial Drinks,
Eut Main .St.
msj or THIS fef?!?
Fashion's Latest Fancies
RINOLING BROS. ATTACHED,
J. M. Bennett Sues Them for Carrying
Off His Boy.
Just three years ago yesterday when
Rlngllng Bros, showed In this town.
J. SI. Bennett, a young man of about
ti yeara. wnt oft with the show and
the father of the ly says, after trav
eling around to many phuee and his
boy enduring many hardships, the clr
on people dropped bis boy np In
naiwas. wunoui paying bin snv
money, and left him without monrv
The boy. after some time manaaeri
to get home.
ir. uennett then entered suit
inst the Bindings for $1000 dam
mm ana ror 160 services. W. 1
Crnce. his attorney, yesterday Muwi
uw papers in the hands of tk ,..
ekal and Deputy McLemore attached
twelve big Iron gray horses.
air. magimft- made bond for the
amount, and will inmtr Mam .
neat term of court.
Leare bus and carries m
City Liver? Stable. Phone U
u'lm T. B. OATHBY.
License to Wri.
John Helton. Maples, and Miaa iw.
tenae Bmi rfciwh.
S. J. Ingram and Minnie Scott iimr.
loun a. HatenlnaoM m
Sam Steel and Oertle Steel. Mar.
Tapioca BMrC per
Noble Stone was arrested laat nlaht
by Deputy Collins, charged with gam
Ing and placed In Jail. Upon nayment
01 nis nne ue was released.
W. M. ANDIORSON,
White A Smith's Stahu
Deputy Bob Cummlnn left, todav
tor nts new post of duty at Roff aa
succeaaor to Deputy Wllheltn. .
One Minute Tapioca at Jake's.
The Mollnc v.-agon gives rerfect ser
vice. Sold only by NOBLE BROS.
Here's Your Shingles
Cypress shingles at $1.35 at
uur prices and torras on buggies.
uaens and wagons will plaate you.
Seventy-nYe acres of land surround
ed by 1000 acres of grass. Sm mhii.
gan Bros.. Wiley. I. T or John V. Mil-
llgan. Viola. I. T. i3.20t.
Imported Bill lickels at Jake's.
Ratos. &2.nii n
Under New Management.
Special attention to
J. R. NOE, iMnnager.
ASA'S TIN SHOP.
un west Alain St. is the best
place to buy Pluos, Well Cas
mg and Tanks. Tin Roofing
in Millinery are shown in Mrs.
Jakes' assortment of Fall and Win
Veiling and Baby Caps
in All Styles. The Best Trimmers
to be had; always at your service
nud your re-trimming dona with as
CANDIES, c '
S now on nt
mucn care as new work. We are
pleased to show our stock of which
we are justlv proud; having made
this business a study and giying it
our entire attention.
CITY BONDS SOLD.
M. L. Turner of Oklahoma City Pays
1.03 6-10 for Them.
Mayor uick ami c. u Byrue re
turned from Oklahoma City this morn
ing, where they had been to confer
wtth different people wlio wanted to
buy Ardmore'a waterworks and
At the conclusion of the day's work
they concluded to accent M. L. Tur
ner's bid of $6,110 for the $175,000.
making $11.310 the city gets for the
bond, whl. h la Sl.03a.10.
A majority of ihe aldermen have
expressed themselves In the manner
prescribed by Mayor DUk. and a meet
ing will be held this afternoon for the
purpose of ratifying this action.
Qlve us an order tor MeAlester fancy
lump coal. It Is the coal that burnt
to aahea. The alack all leaked out of
the car on the way.
DAY AND NIGHT MADE HIDEOUS
By Gamblers and Whisky Peddlers at
This morning w. p. Melton of
Delaware Bend was in the city and
tout or a carousing and uoroaroua
state of affairs only n short waya frem
He went on to say that there waa a
lent out In the woods, in which men
gather nnd gamble and use loud and
boisterous language. and where
whisky peddlers rendesvous. and
men drink and get drunk, and shoot,
and act in every other way except
that of wentlemen.
Mr. Melton was here to Induce, if
he could, the authorities to take a
hand In the matter and try and put a
atop to It.
Vale Fraltcura Is guaranteod to be
the beat female tonic on the market
At Mrs. McLaughlin's Millinery
MRS. MARY U CARTBR. AenL
Ed Ringer advertised a special clr
cue sale yesterday and flooded the
town with bills announcing prices.
on a number of these bills the word
Ringer" was spelled backward and
the person finding the word was given
a new ?S hat The soarch wnu made In
In earnogL The search was .made In
earnest, and altogether seven of the
bills were found and today seven peo
ple wear new hats that cost only n
little trouble In searching for tho
See my now fall hats before buying.
Nice felt street hat 25c, 60c and 75c
Dress hats $1.00, $1.60 upwards. Will
save you money.
MRS. LI LA H. BOMAR,
l-lm At R. W. nardnl'a Stnra
J. C. Cox ot Troy has taken advan
tage i me oanicrupt law and says
that his indebtedness Is about $126.
He does uc say what property he
has, as it is only a little prnfial prop
erty and is exempt by law.
Mesdames McLaughlin and Blocker
have established dressinaklnr mrlors
il Mri- iIcI-n, millinery store.
j-nces reaaoanble and work guaran
Cheep at 15. B. Pugh's.
Pipe Laying Nearly Finished.
jwigineer u- ' mayer, who Is an
perintendittg the construction of the
waterworks dam. informs us that
three-fourths of the pipe has been
laid In the dam, and In a coutile more
days all the pipe will be down nnd
the dirt work will then proceed with'
CHICKASHA COURT SENTENCES.
Several Prisoners Returned Fmm
Chlekasha Sentences and Fines.
At the Jail considerable business
has been transacted since yeeterdny.
Several of the prisoners of the Chlek
asha court hove returned.
Jesse Jenkins, for disposing of
liquor, waived arraignment and plead-
'a guilty; three months In Jail and
a nne of 150.
C M. Klssner. for distributing oh.
scene literature, was fined $100.
u. P. Murphy, aewutlt to kill: case
v. v. i.iiuentMu, larceny: case
li. c. Coger. perjury: case contin
J P. Dellls, larceny: thirty days in
jau and fined $10. Dolls pleaded guil
Chicken food, tho kind that mnliOH
hens lay, and doesn't cost any more
man common food, at E. B. Pugh's.
n-esii oysters at E. B. Pugh's.
bpeciai prices on largo quantities.
a uuck never makes his nsfano
these cool -mornings when you shoot
at him with ono of our guns.
WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO.
1st Door West Ardmorc Not. Bank.
There will be a meeting at the Kpls
copal church Wednesday evening at
7:30 to which alt members of St
Philip's church and those Interested
In Its prosperity are urgently Invited
tO attend. I would 1m varv m:irh
pleased to meet ererr member and
all frlanria nf tk .l,...k .1 11.1.
P. A. JUNY. Rector.
A White Elephant buggy Is the
world's favorite. Buy one from Wil
liams, Corlin & Co. and you are sure
of a good comfortable bucer.
ROBERSON MACHINERY CO.
Has lately employed Mr. J. F. Havens
In their blacksmith department, who
Is a first-class horse-shoer and Is right
up-to-date in carriage and wagon work.
Mr. Walter Towery, who has charge
of the front forge. Is one of the best
workmen on well augers, plows and
all kinds of henvy forging that there
Is in the Territory.
Mr. E. C. Towery presides over our
engine, lathes and machinery depart
ment generally, and has had forty
years experience in this line. He is I
able to repair or make new all kinds
of machinery, it makes no dlffereence
Mr. J. V. Howton, our traveling ma
chinist. Is ready to go to the country
anil set up your machinery, natch
your hollers, line up your engines, or
do anything that Is needed In tho ma
Give us your patronage and wo will
treat you right.
ROBERSON MACHINE CO..
16-tf. Arrtmnrn I
StovesI Stoves! I
If you don't like your stovo
used last winter see me. Can
yours in exchange.
Il-tf T. K. KHATIVRV.
Ohl It's Coming!
The construction ran a on tho
Arkansas and Choctaw railroad lias
completed the repairs to the bridae
aerqaa Red river, eight miles east of
Dnrant, and will proceed now with
the tracklaylng Into Durant by next
Saturday and the construction of the
road west of that town will then be
Lost. $50 Reward.
i.ost, between Rock creek and Ard
more on the Woodford road. Tuesday
w in currency. Finder return tn
me or to Ardmorelte ofllce'and recolve
DR. H. A. HIGOINS.
H-d&w. Glenn. I. T.
W. M. Anderson, vetorlnary surgeon
from Fayettesvllle, Tenn., has located
In our town and will have his offlco
at White & Smith's llvory stable. Dr.
Anderson is from the Ontario Veter
inary oouege, Toronto. Canada, and
Is prepared and qualified to treat dls-
oasea and do operations upon the most
approved and scientific plans. 13-l2t.
Parties contemplating having atol-
epnone installed will plonso nlaco
their order at onco so that their namo
may-appear on tho now dlroctory.
WM. II. BERRY.
! See A. Parks flip
Alarble Alan Oppos
ite Coort Hodsc
ine Indies' Aid Society of tho
central Baptist church will meet In
tho church on Thursday aftnm
1 OCIOCK. A full n(n,1.n. .L-
members Is requosted.
MRS. P. B. CONLEE.
iuio nrauier naiuranv inrna nnr
thoughts toward a comfortable stove
ror tho winter. Wo havo them roiut
tor ou and every stove In our hon
was made for tervlce.
I UAVE THE
Ever si own in Ardmore.
X ; (1 hoan i
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Don't take my word for it;
NO TROUBLE TO
FREE! FREE! FREE!
eetings Every Night.
HAIN STREET, OPPOSITE BANKS HOTEL.
Bring thy family, and enjoy a night with
W W a .
I Ht QUAKERS.
Orer Bonner & DonnerVdrae store.
uooms l and 2 betreen Drs. too Keller and
No Work for Negroes.
Your Money's Worth.
If you have never bought
it will pay you greatly to
Rcady-to-Wcar Hats. Misses
Exquisite French Patterns and Tailor-Made Hats! IL
Our prices will surprise
undersoil any other house
A Revelation to
We carry the finest, largest nnd prettiest stock of
Millinery in the Indian Territory.
Swell Line of Ladies'
111 a m ar a m
R. Lowenstein' 5
Cut Price Millinery House.
Isn't Complaining. jL
bhe is telling her friend how
happy she is with that pair of
bright kid, three-quarter fox,
lace boots she got of us.
The soles are McKay welted,
rope stitching. 1
You get them from us for
$2.50 A PAIR.
Easy, isn't it f
LYNNJhe Shoe Man.
LARUEST LINE OP
Cheaper than Many
call and you will be convinced.
Opposite the Postofflcij
DR. RAWLS ANDERSON
Pilling8.of broken down teeth a.
specialty. All work solicited and
NO WORK FOR NEGROES.
Office, Wheelor Bldg. Ardmore.
your Millinery from us,
examine our stock of
you. We can positively
Bargain Seekers . . . f
Muslin Underwear, Flannel
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