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INE LIVE DOLLAR is worth Several Dead Ones. Most Evory ' Parmer has More or Leas Old Iron, Brass or Copper Lyiug Around His Premises. lis is all worth something, and lit very little trouble to guther it When coming to town brine to my place of business on Cad- street, at the El Fino Whole- lie Honse and I will pay yon the irkct price lor same. Look this jtter" up and turn this dead pinn er into livo dollars. Yours truly, The ni Pino Man, O. BATES. iR J.G. ABERNETHY Dentist Over T. N. Goleman's Drug Store yer, Walters & Barnes Real Fstatc & Rental Agcy. las some -Bargains in City Prop- ty. Will also buy your improve lents on farm lands for allottees. For farther information see fER. WALTERS & BARNES., Wheeler ItufldlnS, ATilmore. Ind. Tor. W. P. NUGENT. General Contractor and Builder. Cement Paving a Soeciolty. J. Wood Taliaferro, Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer. Omco open day nnd night. First loor cast of A. F. Jones' grocery store, comer Main and C trcots. Money to Loan an nnrson&I oronortV. household Roods, pianos, live etock and biiR ctes, and Wbrodb. Business strictly coilLdontlal. 15. T. KIR BY. Noblo Uldg, Ardmore Drug Co. Loa M. Frame, Druggist. Pura Drugs and the finest line Cigars in the city. GliHck 'Chinese Restart. UnHN VAX AMI NltfUT.,, orders, at all Hours. si ear Union Depot. We Collect Money Cvonnerolfd business a spaialty. Of fice over First Natl, bank; 'phone 252. Ardicore I Dtastment, amd Collection Agencj C. G. 1I0LIFIELD. Manager. HO NATIVE ALLOTTEES A. G. Edwardg, who is & ; practical surveyor, oflferi his services to all who are desirous of having their allotments deeignated. OFFICE AT MAYOfl'S OFFICE. (vwy's Honey and Tat & . American at T. COLEMAN' S. -1 , PERSONAL MENTION. . . J. L. Ford Is In the city from Okla homa City. V. H. Taylor. Jr.. I here from Gainesville. Rev. M. A. 8hclton of Golden. Tex., Is In the city. C. Honlngor was horo from Gaines ville yesterday. LaMont Byers returned last night from Kansas City. J. M. Dorchester came In yesterday from Pauls Valloy. W. O. Davis returned home Friday afternoon to Gainesville. J. W. Kemp has returned to the city from a visit to El Reno. F. F. Smith was a visitor In our town yesterday from Perry, Ok. 8. H: Wootten, deputy clerk at Pauls Valley, was hero yesterday. Judge J. T. Fleming, deputy clerk of Ryan, was In the city yesterday. Pete Reagan, tho Mannsvlllc barber, was an Ardmorelte visitor yesterday, Miss Minnie Calloway Is spending 8unday with her parents in Gaines ville. II. A. Kimbol has returned from a month's visit with friends and rela Uvea in Iowa. Cornelius Hardy and It. A. WllllaraB both of Tishomingo are In the city at tending court. C. R. Jones left last night for Arl zona and ordered tho Dally Ardmorelte to follow him. Mrs. Frank Berryhlll and children went to Diirwood yesterday to vlBlt for a few days. 1 Mrs. C. P. Rruco of Pauls Valley is tho guest of her mother, Mrs. J. W. Stewart, this city. Mr. and "Mrs. J. M. Floyd have re turned frorna visit to relatives In Collin countyi Tosh's.' ' '' J. W. Scrlrasnlrb vas In the city yes-.' terdny from ' that hustling little town over on tho Frisco Ravia. Mrs. J. S. Mullen and Miss Floy Mul len are the guests of relatives at Bog gy Depot, Choctaw nation. Charley Burns from McMillan Is In attendance nt court, ho being a wit ness In tho Smith murder case. Mrs. I N. Turman of the Chickasaw Orphans' Home at Lebanon, Is vlBlt- Ing relatives nnd friends In the city. W e), Campbell, with Houston Bros. Lumber Co., will leave today to at tend tho Kansas City lnmuermeri'B con vention. Mrs. C. O. Caldwell, who lias "been visiting her parents at Shawnee, Ok., for the past few week, arrived home yesterday. Chaa. Fralcy. with tho East Side Lumber Co.. will leave today for Kan sas City to annul the lunibonnen's convention. W. B. Rackloy. Who has nifitthctt organizing a reading clrt In this city, will take up the same work In Wynne wood this jvtrek. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDomftJ of Amarlllo, Ttxas, are In fibe city, 'the gliosis of Mrs. McDonald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. 1.. Frailer. M. O. Scott icarne ovitr from Ttmho mIuso Fr(dy nigh .and was just :in time to make tint twelfth man .on tthe Jurv of lhe.,l-ivv mnrder case. 11. U Dal tun Is ut homo' .from .'an r-xteid.nd,Jr1p)throjigh thj countryMln thp-'lnto-fct f .thn ..Crown Bottling Wort's, and CKndjr factory. 11urportB business, geid. J.' Jt.jVhajiii', Who has l-eu repru simtlng .Wklteman Bros, on tho road for a long tlrm. Iuih fteen transferred to tho city, anwl wtjl ..work Ardmore- hereafter. W. J. Ulndsou iieceeils Jlr. Whaync In he cunntry.. Fre-sh oysters and 'UuUery Tgh's. a1 13, 'B The up stalib uou atop luu bust UgSit, does beat work, ubes best ln'.h ?r Mil silk thrcud. best jirlceH. For expert repairing coma Hist stairway cast 'f Lynn's shoe store ISdfcvlm' II. J. DIXON, SkwxjmaW. Leav bun and carriage calls at uuy ury mume. mono zi. . . 1 tl-lm T. B. CATHET. Crushed Mono maluu the best foundatioa for hriok buildings. A. N. .Lauderdale aX Dougherty sells It in any quantity. U-lra. & Diaries I 5r MUTINY IN JAIL. It Took the Fire Department to Bring the Prisoners to Terms. There nro now confined! In tho Fed oral jail at this place 13G prisoners, and among them aro somo pretty tough characters. Ono year ago when dUtrlct court was In session they caus ed tho name trouble, their Intention being to disturb the court proceedings, the building being adjacent. Some trouble was had then In quieting the men, but. finally the officers succeed ed. Yesterday morning the prisoners began to make all kinds of noise In the jail by stamping their feet, shout- ng, tearing up tho floor, and In every way poslble did they creato confu sion. Tho Jailer tried In every way to get tho men to desist from their disorderly conduct and when it was found that no nmount of persuasion would do any good Marshal Colbert secured tho ser vices of tho tiro department, who threw between 200 and 300 barrels of water into the doors and windows of the jail. The cold water had the desired ef fect and tho Jail boys are now quiet. CASTLE HALL, BEST OF ALII FIVE CENTS THAT'S A IX. Felker has everything good In gro ceries. 253. J. K. Smith of Loqc Grove, recently arrested upon a serious charge, had a hearing before Commlslouer Robnctt yesterday and was discharged. A positive -alibi being established. Practlcnl. serviceable, comfortablo and afford just tho protection you need during ' the 'wlritor thaMs what may bo said of our men'r and boys' sweaters. Comb in and sob them whilo tho low price 1b added to their other virtues. 23-1. ED RINGER. Coal Shipments Resumed. J. M. Zlke. agent for tho C. O. & O road. Informs us that tho shipment of conl from Hatleyvlllo and South Mc Alestvr to Ardmore would be resumed at onco. Only a few weeks ago this coal was coming here over tho Choctaw, hut for somo reason It was taken away from Ardmoro and carried to Oklahoma City The Choctaw road Is under contract to ship to Ardmore about thirty or forty carloads of coal overy day. A New Manse. The Cumberland Presbyterians will build a nice modern six room manse for their pastor right nway. Tho build Uik committee arc looking up plan now for this manso. Fresh oysters and celery at K. B Pugh's. Amateurs like to laugh, and this fact Is mot overlooked by tho Schubert Symphony Club. Soveral numbers onithclr program as well as In all their encores aro full of fun, and you will 00 nigniy cnicrtaineu by toeir pro gram at the opera house -on February C' ' - 1 22-tfj t MEN'S UNDERWEAR Tho bar gains of tho entire season In men' winter underwear are 'dffe'reJl for" few duys; at. a- '. J '" .2340 'iuiICD IlfNOEU'S. . -Vi Chapter ;0ftk storos for flfty-thre yeara tho efandard, I ,hyiLLIAMS, CORIIN & CO. t ; Her Watch Returned. About 'two weeks ago Miss Lillian Cc.megys, ono of tho public school teachers at tho King's college, loft liar vinteh lying on tho desk one aTtornoon aliout time school was dismissed. Tho watch disapiieared and was not setm nnywhero again until a day or twB-n'u. when It was found In a desk sum' ton feet from whuro It was losL covwtul up with papers and trash. The watch horo Miss Comegy's Ini tials, and If It was taken away perhaps- Tiu) party doing It-concluded not to rua any further risk and returned 11. Prurl Juttons, two dozen for cc at the NICKEL STORK. CARTIJC HALL, BEST OF ALL. FIVE CICSTS THATR ALL. ' New Literary Club. The naw literary olub for standard publications is made up and tho hooks placed In charge of Coleman Bros., who will recolvo more members and add new books to tho popular list already on hand. Only $1 for two years. Stiff bosom drcs shirts, tho fl kind, for 76c. 23-4. ED RINGER The I-idles Aid society o(,tho Cum. berland Presbyterian church" - havo raised the money to havo their Church painted and repaired, and piit It Into tho hands or a committee to jtave the work .done nt once. ' .icf THE CHUnChJ.ES. : Catholic Churchi 1 Mass.- at tho Catholic ehurnb will bo hold at 10:30 o'clock this mcrnlng usual. Everybody Invited. Episcopal Church. Thoro will ho tho usual services at St. Philip's church on Sunday, Jan. 5, at 1.1 n. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 10 a. ra. FHKD A JUNY, Rector. Christian Church. Services at tho Christian church at a. m. nnd 7 p. in. Morning subject Tho Growth of the Soul." Bvcnlng ubject "Lot's Wife." All aro wel come. J. CI.ARRNCE READ, Pastor. Central Baptist Church. Preaching morning nnd evening by tho pa's lor. Subject In tho morning, Llfo's Purpose." Evening, "Potor Restored." Good singing. Everybody welcome. J. N. EDWARDS. Pastor. roadway M. E. Church. Services In city hall. Sunday school 15 Preaching 11 and 7:30 by the pastor. Senior League, at 4, Junior at 3. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Everybody welcome to all sor- Ices. W. F. DUNKLE, Pnstoi Cumberland Presbyterian Church Thero will bo Sunday school at Cumberland Presbyterian church each Sabbath at 0:15; preaching nt 11 a 111. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. F. P. Flan! kin, pastor; prayer meeting Wodnus day evening 7:30, and choir practlco Friday night 7:30. Members and friends are heartily Invited Jo come. Christian Science. 'l.ovo" will bo the subject at the Christian Sunday school which meets this morning nt 10 o'clock. Tho Gold en text Is Eph. fi: 12. Responsive read ing Isa. C3:7-9, IMC. Dispensary 10 to 11 a. m. Literature on sale or gratis. Rooms, Tho Cottage In south part of Oil Mill yards. All aro cor dially Invited. Frcsli, oysters and celery at E. B. IMgh's, Business men, think of an ad to placo In the Souvenir Magazine. The Orlo Club will appreciate It. If It belongs to a grocery atock, you'll find It at Folker's. He has every thing. 25-3. Order Eastern Star. Regular meeting of Ardmoro chap tor No. 70 Order of Eastorn Star, will bo held In tho "Masonic Temple Mon day evening at 7:30 o'clock. Thoro will be dgK!o work and a full attend ance Is urged. Visiting members In tho city are -cordially Invited. MRS. TCVA SYNDER, W. M. D. T. NlSBETT, Sec. Jim Eaves has Sold his farm near here and moved Into the city, One. young' man who was" 'released from, the Jail yesterday artcrfloon" In Kpeaking of tho hose being' tlirri'o'd on them said: "I didn't get wot mdeh myself, hut tho wnter suro did catch some of "em." Others sell -them for ?2, our price It ILuO, but for tho next four days wcH! sell thtso handsome stiff bosom shirts for 1 uach. ED RINGER. For bailout And concrete work there Is nothlns compared to crushed stone. A. N Ijaudciilale. Dougherty. T. H-lra. 25-33 Per Cent. Discount Sale C.W. HOTCHKISS Pearl buttons, two dozen for cc at tho NICKEL STORE. Mrs. Jamca millinery storo now shares space .with K. B. Uike's music house, flrht door west of jhe Cincin nati Haekot Storo. 23-3. Amy Smith, a Mississippi Choctaw Indian woman, ngod eighty years, re cently Sore from Mississippi, died In the Love building or consumption. Hor remains were htirjud In South eome tery. Vlner night robes In flannelette. Ed Ringer has cut tho price. 23.1. Bring in a load of Btovo wouj anil Set the Weekly Ardmorelte In ex. change. For. Sole or Trade. I havo lQOffp rails which I want to sell or trade"?! wire. . . .. C. F. EBISCH. Provence, I. T. 2l-lni. THE DISTRICT COURT. Witnesses All Examined In the Law Murder Ca&e Charge Delivered. Ml day Saturday was taken up with the Law murder case In tho district court. Whun court convened In tho morning only eleven Jurymen wero In tho box. Tho marshnls had subpoenaed qulto a number of talesmen, nnd when tho case was taken up tho twelfth man was soon secured and tho jury was then sworn to try tho case according to the law nnd evidence. About n dozen witnesses wero exam ined, and yesterday afternoon Judgo Towusend charged tho Jury, when court adjourned till Monday morning. Tho case will bo argued tomorow by W. B. Johnson, J. E. Humphrey nnd A. C. Cruco on tho part of tho govern ment, while W. A. Ledbettor and H. M. Furman will plead tho defendant's side of tho case In tho meantime the following other business was transacted: Delia Collins vs. J. It. Collins, di vorce suit; granted. Richard Ilolan, assault to kill; trans ferred to Tishomingo. Walter Alexander, disturbing relig ious worship; defendant pleaded guilty and was fined $25, cost remitted. Davo Humphries, selling liquor; trausforred to Tishomingo. Mount Cato, disturbing tho peace; defendant pleaded guilty, fined $25, cost remitted. J. W. Layton of Walker and IL K. Hathaway of. Pontotoc were appointed notaries 'ptlbilc. Bdrlbli ryler and Zack Tyler, larc'o- ny; discharged. Jack Alexander, Leo Kemp, G. Mad dock fttnlD. Hogs, larceny, transfer. red to Tishomingo Georgo 'Searcoy, selling liquor; diB - larged. ,., eh E. J. Williams, violating royenu.?; law; discharged. C. G. Keen Vs. T. T. Sanders: onliir setting aSfdo tlofa'ult Judgment. CASTLE HALL, BEST OF ALL. FIVE CENTS THAT'S ALL. Don't Be a Clam And conclude that you can always get nsphalt at $2.75 a ton, Tor you will not. hut wo havo 500 tons or asphalt with. which to tost our machinery and nrtor running tho nsphalt through tho crusher wo want to avoid throwing It together again and allowing It to amnlmagato and become harder than In Its original state. For this reason wo will soil you tho aspha'lt'at tho ox- act Cost or mining and delivery to your sluewalk. All that's required to con struct a perfect sldowalk Ih to distrib ute, tho product with a rake, placing It In layers as thick as you desire and niduro will do tho rest toward making your walk a perfect one.. Skilled la bor Is not required to build walks of asphalt. We sell at $2.75 n-ton. 25-tf. J. A. BODOVITZ. Dr. C. F. Gilliam, who has been lnld up for six weeks with a broken ankle. was able to bo on the streets yester day for tho'flrBt'tlme with" the aid of his cruthcefl, ' You nevtirat any rthof tlme'fA jPiJuf' life had an opporturil'lyMb buy'nVi'ttt Bopc.leap asMs now offered at'' . '23-!.. ... '' ; ED RfNOK'U'S.. Olvo.iynupHpflng nndEaster ndver gluing o..ihdOrlo ladles. They will visit, dui within a short tine. WINDOW GLASS at Ramsey's Drug Store. lo-n, 25-33',i Discount Sale C W. HOTCHKISS Advanced building science suggests thg uso of crushod stono for founda tions. For salo In any quantity by A. N. Ijiudordalo nt Dougherty, I. T. Write him concerning prloes. 14-lm Molasses Standard of the World t We carry a fresh sizes at all times. TYLER & Wholesale FORT WASHITA TO THE FRONT. A. & C. Running Trains There Many Investments Made. ' ' Fort Washita Is ono of tho histori cal spots of tho Indian Territory.' It Is situated Just west of tho Washlfc river on the A. & C. railroad, and tralnB aro now running Into the now. (own. Tho high grade of the land .in ami surrounding this placo has attracted the attention of tho pcoplo up as fai ns tho Cbcrokno nation, and .a firm, Ini Vlnlta has purchased a lot there. Tarns Blxby will use two Main streol lots and will erect a store housa on ono of them. United States Marshal W. H. Dap rough of tho Northern district will put up a business house there. A bank will be established there by C. S. Cobb, president of tho NotlonaV Bank of Dcnlson. Ix)ts will bo on sale thero within ten days. A long distance telephone Is being put In now. Mrs. C. L. Byrne Entertains. On Friday afternoon Mrs. C. K Byrne gavo a "Dutch Tea" for tho benefit of tho Womun's Guild of tho St. Phillip's (Episcopal) church. Minn. Hello Townsend and Mrs. Stllwoll H Russell wero In charge of tho candy table, whero tho dainty hotno-mndo candles, mndo by tho ladles of the Guild and friends, was sold. A "Dutch lunch," consisting or welne wurst, horso radish, sandwiches, salad, pickles and salted almonds was serv ed, during tho evening by Mrs. Chits: Anderson and Mra. Boone. In tho, third parlor tho famous French coffee was Bcrvcd In dainty Havlland cups by Mrs. Tf. P. Bee, Mrs. Hosen Townsoml niiiJ.,Mrs. J,..wV.Gollcdgo us- jujcd t'he, he,8t8ajn. nueelvjng. A ncut kBunu'wasi roallae'dl''1 ' 1 110 ""I .Cotton Market, cotton market opened' steady .1 Thu yesterday morning, and alter llm'tii ntlng somo during the day, cloned steady. Lint cotton sold for from 6 to 8 cents, while need cotton brought from IVj to 2i cents. Tho receipts weui only about twenty-flvo bales. Potato Growers' Association. Thoro will ho a meeting of tho Po tato Growers' Association ou Saturday, January 31, at tho wholesale grocery house of J. .A. Pennington &. Co. for tho purpose of effecting thorough or ganization. Odlccrs will be elected, and n general dismission of. thlH imnt Important movement will bo had. It Ib hoped that- a who aro Interested In this mntter-,throighout the coun try will meet with us nt this time. C. D. LATHAM. Temporary Chairman Dick Cearnal's Luck. Dick Cearual borrowed n horse and buggy from a friend last night anil wi.nt out to visit his brother. It. C Cearnal, who Is quite Blck. When hrr started back to tho city tho horso wat gono. Ho thought for a time thoanl mal had been stolen, and until day llghti searched for a horso thief, jli fiMh-ttrforih'd: tlic animal which had. sf'i'ct'Wi'mhogilteantrha'd grn.eii. it ri I 1 wyn f ! i.wit. ' -"Tho White Elophaht'Tniggy remains th'world'n standard" of. ;i good bugyy WILLIAMS. COUIIN k i'0 .manes Ktancys ana omaaer rtzbu ' Mdoern Samaritans of America. Pay you for being sick Rooms in Noble HIdjr For further information, tefr me at ofllee or on street, 1. R. BEST. t t I I s stock of it in all SIMPSON, Distributors.