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Kloski Opera House ONE iNIOHT ONLY Tuesday, O 7 JANUARY - - - d i The Return BuKaR-ement of Lmi Season'a Biggest Seceeas. Ik RefreHuinR- and Dalletoualf Funny Comedy A Wise Woman Introducing Marie Lamour aod 'Xllof the Old Pavorites. PRICES: 25, 50 and 75c Get vour Seat Early at Bonor & Bonner's Drue Store. The Charm of Music is only folly realized Wlieo the iRStmnsnt is Perfect in tone, tonch and action. Long Experience enables ua to select instruments of flawless oon strnction and superb tone quality. There are in our rooms now a Catherine of PIANOS from all the well known makers. We would be pleased to have a visit fiOm those who contemplate purchasing, or who wish to effect an exchange. Our terms are very satisfactory. E. B. LUKE, West Main St Ardmore, I. T, )R. NICHJ)LS0N ..Delist Rooms 1. 2 and C. over Oonoer & "Iionner"s. Special att-ntlun to high claw asd diQcult cases of dentistry. DR. RiWLES ANDERSON. DENTIST. Fillings of broken down teeth a ngpeoialty. All work solicited and guaranteed. SO WORK FOR NLVJItOUS. Office, Wheeler Bldg. Ardmore. T. C. Bridgman, Final Dlrctor nd Em bilraer ui J Mrowa ko lit tbe Uru -il ib k .11 ffisi b1 HurUI tiuli .it la t Is4lan Ttrrtt .rj friers r Khrit r tkm Un n rite idI 4ltlMlt-a It suariDtrrl rll at ie4d u. prniapilr dsrurnlKht. Fourth Door West of Ardmore National Bank. Ues I'hon 7. Store Phone a 4 t X i Westhoff House, H. WESTHOPP, Prop. Formerly tho Cottaco Hotel. on South Caddo St. Tho entire building renovated, now furni -turo, practically a now hotel, and the best service In tho city. Mr. Westhoff recently moved from the Lovo building on Main street Of Hi Ax IrTI BEAT WHEAT. Do you know that tbe total valae of tb egcs prodnetd in Ibis country last yftsr al most equaled tbe varae of the wheat eropl It seea5 bard to bliev. bat that what IaUtir sbow. En torn it was aewtirr to ins port erei to supply tbe home demand Tbe profit ef yoef rtoaltry yard md be readily iesd if yon will sapp y roar br with F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist. Cor. Main and Caddo Sts. Telephone No. 30. $1 a 1 rtttHli!mH Love Letters If yon write them to roar motbf-r. sister or sweet heart, you should write on good paper See line at Boyd & Reed's Book Store. At the Whlttlngton. Ijoo Katt. Gainesville; M. Tank. St. Loots; Mom Lewis. DaDas: Saat K a rluDalla s . f pnlo er Gai Bearflte : H E. DraagboB. Xartetta; Saat Blade. W. H. Rltchey. T. W. Raadofah. Jta- rieUa: H M liabbard. St. Lamss; I- C. Kona. St. Loais; C. B SlaasM. DaDaa; J. U Ralls. Atoka. A Haatkry. Ftort Worth; V W. Braas. Ckiaaaa: C. R. Ueall. New York: R. CaUna. Daltaa W. S. Sbaiaer Jr . Otsakoaaa City: L. H Iaram. North OaruHaa: at O 9rott. Ttoboaiiaao: W 11. Byrd city: W. H Taylor Jr. OafateaufHe: K. Watu. Hon Worth. J at. Dorekaater, Pauls Vslhry: W C. Carski. Chaseroa. Teaas. Z Brock. Kyaa: U. W. CoUbaa. Cbleasaa: W L. Scott. Fort Worth; Jl V Scott. Colllaanite. Teaa.: O C. WkHrtrtt. Kansas City: Cfcas. W. Lor . 17 fulia; 4--.W. Striwshlre. Jfarla. wT B Caaapoell. Texas; A. W. Morris. Dallas: K Orertoa. :.'w York a S' r. (Mice. Oklahoma CHy: V. Pn ScnlUi. Perry. Ok.. R. D. Webster, Joj! Iln. Mo ; R. K. Itatler. Chleaso; K. P KteKK. Jijrw Orteaaa; V. U RlnsharJ Oklahoma gity V. B4man, Chicago, Complimentary Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Bledsoe gave a dinner at their borne Friday night in compliment to the visiting ministers In the city. Tbe menu was elaborate and tke affair waa Indeed a pleasant oa. These present were: Rev. and Mrs. G. T Black. Rov. J. M. Gross. Rer W. F. Dankle. Rt. J. C. Read Mr aad Mrs. J K. P Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Iedbetter, Miss Oeno rteve Dorrett. Mies Adeline Bom bard! and the hot anil hosteas. Orlo Club. The women of this club are earnest ly wuiklng creating fnnds for a Young Men's Reading Room, which will he an honor to the club, one of which our Ity will be proud of and one which will prove of Inestimable benefit and a step In tho right direction toward the welfare of Ardmore. No tronblo to own a good gun. Wil liams, Corhn & Co. have made tho buy ing easy. S. K. Jenkins on tho first of Febru ary will move his stock of groceries to the suburban sloro near the Frons ley school building. French Flannel. Imported French flannel night robes at reduced prices. 23-1. ED RINGER. Thero are signs across tho sidewalk which It removed would tonform wth the sign ordinance. As It. is thoy aro In violation of the ordinance. I international Poultry Food t t It never (ails to irrair the J aombr and rise of tbe tzs, a ad tbe cost is too small to WBStder. I s REAR END COLLISION Between Two Santa Fe F"rr3M. BraVcran Owen Love Hart. YTy wmtms at oYk-fc aaother cot itsioa hssinaul oa tk Sasrta Pe road. uhI ft kiawed wttkla tkrae car km t tk atae wkm (to rata! bea-ew! ifitai rTT4 oa tk ssorsiac of Ociokor . !?. la wM J cooay nil Lofsw r MUe. Caa4rior D C. Co4liats aa raaaiaa -Ik froat uaia. txxk coauac oath, aad wh he w to tMs pli hit fcaJa brali hi tw. Widan be coaM gat coaaectad aa aaaki Coadar- tor 6eorae Oayaoa. wka w raaalar. oa tk mm Kdae. wi aaaa air . xad raa Us pla akaat stx or rtxht f la to Mt cakoam sosasfchM. tk car to a coasMtraM axtaat aad kaoetitac tk rear free frosa taw track. At tk liar S the confaBtoa Brake- Owea) Lava of Us tnmt trot sltUae Ik tkr ewale. which was a tk toatk m or hm ear. aad re- rrtr4 several scratches ami hralaes from raJlta thafew aB aroaai lis. Mr Ijot Is aot nikiHy kart. aa4 tk track wac ctrd befor tkc boob train cane aloax; 25-33-, Discount Sale C. W. HOTCHKISS Our Western Outlet. Tbe ArdmoreJte was ksforaiad yea tonlay aftacBOcn. as4 iMt, too, by a bux la a posttlOB is kaev wherot e spake, tfeat tka Rock ltoad kail let tke cob 1 net to War Bros to grasv (! mile of road be4 east futm Waartka. TkU win tkrov them somewhere la skki:kB t Lose Grare. where tkay will connect with the A. &. C . bock roaac -Mil aa tke saaie track rrom there to Ardmore. It wa stated by tke geatteana tkat work wooM coaiaieore at Aoeused of Stealing Whisky. Yesterday sornlag when the soHtk boned paaeeager trala arrived bare from tke north Deputy Wllklason ar rested one Mack Hall, who came In on It who was charged with robbery. The arrest was tsado at tke Instance of Deaaty Jacksoa at PaaJs Valley, aad It was reported that Hall broke the seal of a car- at Pauls Valloy and roll ed oat two barrels of whisky. Hall was pat in Jail here charged with robbery. Tke 11 -M night robes cut to SI. Similar reduction oa &ll grades. Buy aow while buying Is easy. -l. ED RINGER. Licensed to Wed. Two marriages Heeneas were'lseoed reaterday by tke dork as follows: B H. Iowery of Hart. I. T.. and Belle Brown of And more. James A. Ray aad Nora Kraut of Draso Frank Hani Is reported oa the stclr list A lady quartette Is always . source of dollght to lovers of music?, and the Sohubort I.any Quartette is one of the best. -tf. Water Pipe Arrives. Yestorday five carloads of . Ard- more's water pipe arrived over the Santa Fe and will be unloaded at once and placed along the streets whero the same will be Installed. The five cars contains about 175,000 pounds of the pipe ana It is of the six and eight Inch denomination. Card of Thanks. During the long Illness of our son, Walter, and in our sad boreaveracnt. our near neighbors and many friends. brought us under many obligations by their sympathy and untiring help, and we dnslro now to publicly return to thorn and to all othors who did like wise our heartfelt thnnks, and to as sure them all that their kindness shall never be forgotten. W. B. IjANDRUM and FAMILY. CASTLK HALL BBST OF ALU FIVK CENTSTHAT'S ALU . .lames Smock has moved to his now Jionir In the block southeast of the blue store In the northeast part of town. Karl StrnnRflr, charged with poll ing liquor, was surrendered on bond. yesterday and committed to Jail. WINDOW GIA8Sat Ramsey's Drug Storo. 19-m Little Dora Byrd celebrated her 10th birthday by giving a party to a num her of her young friends at the home of hor parents In South Ardmore yes torday. ' " There is no foundation to be com pared with ono'mado of crushed stone. Wrlto A. N. Lauderdale at Dougherty, I. T. H-im. OtieaperthanGarnEgis's JOIN cur cltxulaUng li brary. It's the best li brary ever installed In Ard more. There are 160 volumes now ready and a volume will be added for each new mem ber. A Webster's Unabridg ed Dictionary may be cou sotted by members free. Membership, S1XC Never forjjet that we are In the drug business. COLEMAN BROS. Druggists and Booksellers. M-H-M-M-M-M- A Good Endorsement. To WboBi it May Concern: Tbis is to oartify that ilr. Frank Berryhill of Ardmore, I. T., put a tia roof on ray stone building, 26x75 feet, early in the fall of 1D01, and there is not a leak in it, and it is said . by man who claim to be judges of such work, to be the best roof in town. Respectfully, J. P. TAYLOR, PrM-.. Berwyn, Ind. Ter. IS Woman's Missionary Sctictyj;; The Woman UIKlenary soetr of the First Presbyterian- canrcli will gire the following program today at 11 o'clock: Hyran No. It!. Scrlptaro reading, selection ST. Irayer. Hymn No. 3M. Solo. "Beautiful Hills." Mrs. Camp bell. Solo, Miss Borta NIMaok. Subject. "Mountaineers.' (a) . "The People," Mrs. StaprS. (b) . Their Schools and RoltglouB Work." Mrs. Pugh. Collection. Aaronic benediction. CASTLE HALL-, BEST OF ALL. FIVE CENTS THAT'S ALU Horse Thief Arrested. The officers yesterday afternoon ar rested a Territory horse tfileX who stole a valuable animal near Ardmore Wednesday night. Tbe man aroused suspicion by trying to sell the horse, worth fully 110. for $16, and a floe saddle for $10. He confessed the whole buslnoss and was Jailed. Gainesville Hesperian. This week is your last opportunity to get photographs at 10c a doson Made only by Ansley Bros., woet of courthouse. Bom. yeeterday I' Palmer, a son. 10 Mr. and Mrs. A. The time to buy men's choice gloves Is now while Bd Ringer has the price cut. " 211. 25-33 Percent. Discount Sale C. W. HOTCHKISS Law Jury Empaneled. The Jury marshal succeeded In getting for the Law murder case yes' terdav mornlns: at 10 o'clock. Tho Jury complete Is as follows: John Clifton. Bill Cox, W. T. Simp son, Levis Mltcneu. m. 11. roHKcn W. II. Hodges. A. B. Shipley. W. A Taliaferro. T. A. Cameron, nmry peterman and M. G. Soott. The loading brands of coffee and tho best brands of flour you'll find at Folkors.. The Kingman make of farming Im plemcnts have taken precedence over every other make. Tnoy represent perfection In farming tools. Sold by Williams, Corhn & Co. Ardmore coal is 104 per cent bet tor than it was last year. Order it from the Ardmore Ice Co. 2-U The Mitcholl Wagon Is tho "Mon arch of tho road." WILLIAMS. CORHN & CO. WINDOW GLASS at Ramsey's Drug Store. 19-ra The use of crushed stone for eon creto purposes In building the Jail and waterworks Is tho proper thing. A. N Laudcnlale at Dougherty sells it la lots of 1 yard or 100,000 ytrds. IMm Use Ardmore' coal. Lumber Co. sells It, The Laldtaw 2-tf Subscribe for tli'o Ardmorelte. IGlLi PER TON, $6.50. ARDMORE GOAL, per ion $3.75 Delivered Promptly to ARDMORE 'Phone 156. The Best McAIester Coal, $6.50 Per Ton. Ardmore Coal, $3.75 Per Ton. We Guarantee Correct Goal delivered in ton ots to any part of the SPOT CASH i)nn1nl DM (mlcim. A London liop avIMant says: "It is my duty every night to go out to the rear oftbe prwulses aud fire off an old flintlock pistol. This curious custom dates back to the middle of the eight eenth century. Our shop, now In a crow!l north London district, was in thoie old days practically In the coun try, and it was tbe custom of the then proprietor, who was a timid, eccentric man. to tire r. pistol off every ulght to let the wauM le burglar know lie was arm'.-d and prepared for him. Think ing his custom such a good one. rceitig that bis shop was never attempted, he stated In his will that the custom jiliould Ihs continued, which bus always been carried out. aitnougn, or course. we do It now merely to keep up a quaint old cuxtom." Ills Attfal urlatltr. A woibbh with her little sou. n child of four years of age. Inquired, of a mun standing In one of our railroad stations. Can you tell me what time the next train lrarps for b'crantonT "At' t-t-wenty ni-m-lnutes p-p-pust f-foilr." About live minutes later she again put the same question 4 to , the. same man. ami ne repcateu uic anic answer in tue same stuttering way. Wh'i idie spproa-l'fd hlra for the third time with the same quf ry.J1a3a.ld to her: "lV-wbT do y-y-you a-ansk me s-s-so m-m-inany t-t-tirnes? I-I-a-a-nl ready t-t-told you t-t-twlce.' "I know you did." replied the wo man, "hut my little boy likes to 6ee jou work your mouth." Philadelphia Ledger. - Still r.rfnl. . "Ye, poor old sKrt, when he bad money he bad a good time, bnt he went broke." "Then rlarved?' "I should say not. He secured a splendid poMtion in a swell hoarding house." "What doing Y' "Just h.i to bit around in the board ing hoiiKo parlor posing ns the star boarder, meanwhile complaining loudly before prospective Inwirdcrs about the Iwid ense of gout contracted there." Baltimore Herald. I.im r Snprrsllllnn. In parts of Massachusetts It Is thought that If n girl puts a piece ; southern wood down her back the first lKy she meets will be her huMvnnd. In Boston, if a marriageable woiumi puts a lilt of southern wood under her pil low on retiring, the first msn she noes in the montiitg will, m says the nupcr stitlon, he the one whom she Is to mar ry. The qnr.llon. "1 havo'u perfect horror of marrying a poor mun and living In a small way." "But, darling. I'shuU grow." "Ah, but will you develop niianclally as fast as I develop in social ambition'" -Life. I No flnrrjr, Fflbbert Your rich uncle ssys he wants to be cremated. GanKlelah-Yen, hut he li In no hurry about It. Boston Transcript. The price pa)d to quiet conscience keeps mighty lew people poor. Chlca. so News. Suhscrlbo for" thY Ardmoreite. A. F. Jones, The Real Feed Man, For Texas Red, Rnst Proof Oats, BRAN, D.VY. CORN', CUOPS- We can fhorr youstrmllorGrocorjBll We can show you Hotter Goods. Wc can show you Hottor Sorrlcc, West naln St. Phone No. 12. BEST M'ALESTER COAL any Part of the City. ICE CO., Weights. or half ton city, The Laidlaw Lumber Co. Ardmoreite Want Ads i are Business I Bringers 4M t ARDMORE MATTRESS FACTORY. (Manufactures Excelsior, Cotton, Moss and Hair Mattresses. Reworking and Renovating old Mattresses a specialty. Yonr work solicited. Mattrossea called for and dellvored. North Caddo Street. W A Turner, Jr, Prop. Cord Wood Cord wood sawed by steam cheaper than any other method of preparing wood. Leave orders at Robberson Ma chinery Co's. For Sale, a ver handsome resi dence of 12 rooms with bath room, halls, porches aud all mod ern conveniences. Close in. Now pay ing big interest dn investment. . , . ENQUIRE AT THIS OFFICE , . ASA'S TIN SHOP. On West Main St. is the beat place to buy Flues, Well Caa ine and Tanks. Tin Koofine properly done. , ASA HOLMAN.