iEOSKI'S OPERA HOUSE
Ono Solid Wcokt Commencing
Wohcioy, October 13 Lli.
Annual KnpiRement of
HISSn GERTRUDE EWING
: : sANl- : i
UK, ALBERT TAYLOR,
'.The Kwing-Taylor Combination.
Tho Mqst 0mpleto lUpprtoiru .
Attraction In tho South.
UJch OlftBS Vaudeville hot ween
M)PUUAR PRICUS, 15, 35 JSC
OhfttiRft of Play N'lchUy.
StAINlM SATURDAY AITHRNOON
-Bertti on mlt at Uonucr &
Bouuer's Dnifr Store-
One- .1? 'ho Ardmorr-Ito's carrier
ixiH. who lins n route In tho north
jmrt of the city, quit vory suddenly
nn (I canned no end at troubl6 nmonii
our rondure ns wall ni olsowhero.
Our circulator. Mr. Sprekplmayor.
to doing oxtni w-orlc In remodyliiB tho
avll nml ovtrytliltiK will foe jrunnltiK
as attioothlr -'ver In another day.
We request nil who liavn fhlleto to
get thulr imptr for the mt two dayg,
or nt mix llmr. to at ruice notify tho
Sea my now full lints before buying.
Nlee flit ilraet lint He, Me hnd ?Bc
DpMW lmU J 1.00. $1.10 upwards. Will
enve you money.
At ItS. LlLA H POM Alt,
Mm At It. W. ltnnlol'n Storu.
Luther Tlodiwawns In tl city this
morning and reejnesteil " to any that
the Luther Upaaea u treated fit Fran
cm about ten days sen and pat In Jalt
M net himself, m perhaps some
parties' ntleta construe It, but fwotlier
by the imi name.
WORK OF A VILLAIN.
8anta Fe Passenger Train Narrowly
Averts a Oreat Disaster.
This morning nt 2:30 o'clooJ. whou
No. ft Boutlil'Oiuul pnHSonKr trnlu on
tlir Hanta Fe wns swinging along at
prtitly lively rate, nbout ono niuf a-1
half tulles south of Wynnuwootl. tin
keen-eyHl englneor discovered an ou-
tructlon on tho track. Uy reversing
tho lever and applying the air
brakes he succeeded In bringing the
train of living freight to n stnudstlll
Just In ttiuo to keep from running
over n cross-tie that so mo person had
placed there, evidently with the Inten
tion of wrecking tha train.
A wretch who Is so heartless ns to
do such a tiling, knowing nt the time
the consequence If his plnn should
work .should he hung to the first
limb when found.
Ysle Pntltctim Is gun -teed to lie
t'.ie best feinnle tonic on the marmot.
At Mrs. McLnughlln'n Mininery
MRS. MAItY U CAltTER. AgenL
Chenp nt 10. n, PniH'g.
Broke His Slteulder.
Yesterday nfternoon V. II. Spen
cer, n cur pouter employed on the
Joe HoblooH brick bHlitllHg ,wnt
walking nt the roar of Uie building
when n heavy piece of Umber fell
from the top of the building, striking
him on the shoulder una lire-thing It.
Mr. Spencer's Injuries are quite painful.
A revival meeting Is to begin nt the
CnmricHand Presbyterian church next
Sunda; . October IB. It wilt be con
ducted by Rev. P. M .Kltagerald. who Mr
a worker of unusual power in about the cotton whs that
such services. There will be two tor- promised to let Tally have
Ices held each day and all the people to milk this year, which ho fulled to
of the city are Invited to attend. ao. M& Tally thought It nothing but
Mr. Pltsgerald closed a meeting I right to take something In lieu of the
last Sunday night at WaxahachleJ wuk, so he Ja took a halo of cotton
Texas, at which there wore more than
A Musical Record.
The Bush & Gerts Piano
Uns a reputation socoml to none
ntHOue its friends, nml every ono
who hears it is a friend.
Its tone rivals in p snsin? qunlt-
lias that of nmny iustrumouts
costing in my more 'dollars.
In appearance it is a ohnrwini:
combination of artistic dosicu aud
' Sue finish-
Plcasod to have yon step in and
Wo havo a larce uumber of other
Piauos, hnd sell for cash or on
E. B. LUKE
Aril more. I. T.
White A Smith's Stable. IMlt.
Broke His Arm.
Yesterday afternoon O. S. McKen-
non .an employe at the Downard as
phalt mine, had the misfortune to
fall front a house where he wan re
pairing tho roof, and dislocated his el
bow and fractured the big bono In
tho forearm. Dr. Smith dressed the
wound and he Is resting eaay this
one hundred conversions. It Is doubt
ful If there Is an evangelist In the
Southwest who is more uniformly
successful In his meetings than Is he.
Come, hear him. You will Uke him
and be will do you good. He will
preach Sunday morning and evening
at the Cumberland Presbyterian
church. . C. M. COLLINS, Pastor.
I See A. Parks, the
1, B St.,
I SSKS Court House, i
The Mollno wagon glros perfect par-
vice. Sold only by NO H Lit DROS.
Here's Your Shingles
Cyprose shingles at MM at
Our pricos and terms on buggies,
backs nnd wagons will pi on so you.
lMuortod Dill Plckeis af Jako's.
E, C. NERNDON,
li.ive orders at
ImU betxvoea 1!m-K creek and Ard
ihoco on the Woodford road, Tuesday.
M In currency. Pliulor return to
mo or to Ardmorotte'otUco and ivcoive
111L H. A. HIOOINS.
lM&w. Glenn. I. T.
J. W. Coffey,
is doing business again at tho
Over Rnitt.ny.! DrtiR Store;
whore ho is prxwrod to make
you a nobby suit, overcoat or
uvusers at'ivasonablo prices.
Satisfaction gnnrantood in
Parties cotttemplntiag having atel
ephone Installed will phMM place
their order at once so that their name
may appear - J row directory.
AM. H. BBRRY
l " 3t Manager.
Rates, $2.00 per Day.
Under New Management.
Special atteution to Commercia
J. R. NOE, Manaccr.
ASA'S TIN SHOP.
On West Maiu St. is the bst
place to buy Flues, Well Cas
intr aud Tauks. Tin Koo&ncr
r W. B. KING.
Saloon and Pool Hall.
, All Territorial Prinks
Kftt Main St
CANDIES, Xfr y
now on at
1st thmr We.U Ardinore ti, llank.
Most Women have Tender Hearts
LYNN, The Shoe Wan. W
He Took a Dale of Cotton.
jst ntgfU Deputy lien Collins rnme
In from Meek, having l& charge one C.
Tally, who Is chnrg.'d with taking a
bale of cotton from Mr. Wilson, the
man from whom ho rented this year.
OelUtoa tatd the old mau'a story
Ever si own iu Ardmore.
As Cheap as Any..
Cheaper than M,
Dan't take my word for it; call aud yon will be convinced,
NO TROUBLE TO S110W GOODS.
A White ntsfthant buggy Is the
world's favorite. Buy one from Wil
liams, Corh.n &, Co. and you are sure
of. a good comfortable buggy.
Ono Minute Tapioca at Jake.
MosdniHs McLaughlin and Blocker
have established dressmaking parlors
at Mrs. McLaughlin's millinery store.
Prices reasonable and work guaran
It Will Be Something Nice.
There will be a novel, entertaining.
Interesting and amusing party given
by the ladies of the Bnl&copal church
t I It a rasiilnnra nf Mm. P. I.. Ani!nrby J. I'
son in the early future. It Is to be
'Potato Pnrty," which Is something
new, nml all who nltoo.i will certain
ly never regret having been a guest at
such a party. The date anil pnrtlcu
lars will appear Inter. Mnko up your
mind to be there, and enjoy a roal
Made a Peace Bond.
Peter Sanders, who was arrested
a few days ago nntll ho should
tgl a peace bond, and was put In
Jail, made the bond yesterday before
tho pommlsa loner and was released
In the meantime paper were fixed
up by which Sanders given nts wire
(who sued him for a divorce) tome
of the property. Mr. Sanders was
represented by Kddlentan & Grahami
while Mr. Sanders was reprosontetk
ROBERSON MACHINERY CO,
Has lately employed Mr. J. F. Havens
In their blacksmith department, who
Is a first-class horse-sboer and is right
up-to-date In carriage aud wagon work
Mr. Walter Towery, who has charge
of the front forgo, is one of tho best
workmen on well augers, plows and
Kreali oysters at 15. B. Pugh's. N"",s 01 neavy lorging mm men-
is in tne Territory.
Mr. E. C Towery presides over 011;
en glee, latres and machinery depart
ment generally, and has had forty
years' experience in this line. He if
able to repair or make new all kind
of machinery. It makes no different o
Mr. J. V. Howton. oar traveling ma
present. Ichlnist, Is ready to go to the country
Those from Ardmore. representing and set up your machinery, patch
the Ladies of the Loaf, are Mrs. H. your boilers, line up your engines, or
C. Potterf and Miss Belle Townaead. do anything that u needed in the ma
The Orto Clnb is re presented by Mrs. chlnory line.
Special prices on largo quantities.
Federation of Women's Clubs.
A convention of the Federation of
Women's Clubs of tho two Territories
Is in session this wook In Shawnee, O
T. Delegates from many towns In
Indian Territory, also OkUhotna, are
J. R. l'ennington
and Mrs. Q. H.
Thirteen hundred acres stoek nelds.
four miles of Marietta, I. T. Plenty
of water' and good fences. A nob to
H. C. Dranghoa's Sons Co.. .Marietta.
L T. , !.
Qive us your patronage and we will
treat yon right.
HOBBH30X MACII1NK CO
lS-tf. Ardmore. I. T
yon drat like your stove
test winter sea ae. Can
yenrs In exchange.
K-tf T. K. ICKARNEY.
Lkensed ta Wed.
Harry Arcamrd and Maryf Gayle. Woodmen's Circle.
Madlll. I There will be a meeting of the Wood
E. D. Roaers and Marcaret P. Par- men s Circle at the K. of P. hall Fri
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rlsh. Ardmore. day erealng at 7: JO o clock.
MRS. L. Y. BONNKR, Ooard.
MRS. MATT1R KVTSTTS. Clerk.
Tnfsoca Sc per
Id our reeent Hewiu correAOOn-
denre a tynographlcal error apnea red
where the amount of cotton ginned
last year was mentioned, tho ftgnrae
i'o were given which show hi have
Big lamps of ceal Jest received at
Laid la wV lhoe ns your orders at
EMarantee S0M pounds to
Fashion's Latest Fancies
in Millinery are shown ia Mrs.
James'assortmeut of Pall and Win
Veiling and Baby Caps
in All Styles The Best Trimmers
to be had; always at yonr service
and your re trimminc done with as
much care as new work. We are
pleased to show our stock of which
we are justlv proud; havinjr made
this business a study suid civinc it
our entire attention.
Imtb ens and carriage o&lls
City Uvery Stable. Phone 57.
lX-lm T. B. QATHEY,
W. M. Anderson, veterbsary snrseon
from FnyetteevUle. Tenn.. has located
tat oar tows will have has office
at White & SJ t's livery stable. Dr.
I Anderson Is from the Ontario Veter
inary College, Toronto. Canada, and
The aornl offerings at the grave of lis prepared and asalUed to treat dts
Mrs. W. T. Bogie were prohAMy thaaea sad do ororaUoas nnoa the most
aneet and moat nrofwse ever seen tn lanerored and adenttftr nhMw.
Ardmore, a token of the at loom In
nic x name may wn neen nyi Qev eeek teve and Banges are
an. A unscuag kncMent ws wm ,be tt&Mkuiks m0r Mksn try
B i! reaoh. We sen the Bmel steves.
scbom csaee es dot, m a eaay e- XOBLE BROS.'
poettec non osertege neen the
grave. I For Rent.
Seveaty-ave aeres of kvad sernmad
Olve ns an order ferMcAfester fancy led ay 1 acres of grau. See MUM
mmp ceaL It b the ceal that burns I gaa BtK, WHr. I. T., or John F. Mil
to ashes. The slick aM leaked. t of iHgan, Vmta, L T. i-iL
the car 03 the way.
Coal or wei aay kted yee waat.
Chicken food, the ki-d that mikes 1 Largest Itec la Ardtsere. Dea't fall
hens lay, asd docsat cost any issorep 'ec taea B 4 yea porchaM year
than cosuaoa food, at E. B-Engh's. I winter .stores.
We'll take care of the last end of
thn proposition with a now lino of
boots of ours.
"The E. Z. Turn"
Heavy 10 iron sole and an inner
cushion of felt aoles very llexiblo.
They're us easy as n silk mitten,
and twice as stylish. Yours for coin
fort at $3.50.
I HAVE TUB LARGEST LINE OP
A. C. YOUNG,
Opposite the Postofflccff'
FREE! FREE! FREE!
n AIN STREET, OPPOSITE BANKS HOTEL.
Bring thy family, and enjoy a night with
Orr Bonner A Bonner'i'dnJir tore.
Booni 1 and J between Dr. von Keller and
No Work for Negroes.
DR. BAWLS ANDERSON
Pillincs of broken dawn teeth 1
specialty. All work solicited audi
NO WORK FOR NEOROES.
Office, Wheeler Bldp. ArdmorcJ
a a eees.se .e.
Your Money's Worth.
If you have never bought vour Millinery from us,
it will pay you creatly to examine our stock of
Ready-to-Wear Hats, Misses' and Children's Hats,
Exquisite French Patterns and Tailor-Made Hats.
Our prices will surprise
undersell any other house
on. We can positively
... A Revelation to Bargain Seekers
We carry the finest, largest and prettiest stock of
Millinery in the Indian Territory.
Swell Line of Ladles' Muslin Underwear, Flannel
Waists, Skirts and Wrappers.
! R. Lo venstei n s
I Cut Price Millinery House.
15-ln. . :i-tC T. K. KEARNEY.
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