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You can make coffee like your mother used make if you win use Breakfast Bell Specially Selected JAVA and MOCHA, 1 and 2 pound cans, price 35c per pound. Old Government Java and Mocha, M pounds cans, price 33 4c per pound. Broadway I Pound Cartoon 20c. Also u full Imp o hulk iroods Wo nre sole uut t'.)r tlta New York L'offee t'o- Thu finest itn,j3rtf 1 to tuU country. Try them. T. FELKER 1. t. WHW H"K-'l V' n 1 vt nnt i'n: Advertisements under thli head will tio received at tbo rats o Ave (5) cento per line. No advsrtlsoment rcelvotl for less than fifteen (15) vents, Special monthly rates fur ulshcd on application. Tho notic may contain any matter of "Loot, Found," "for Kent," "For Sale "Stolen," "Shaved." or any purpob without display lines. WANTED. WASTER-Information ag to tho whereabouts of my brother, J. H. Slmms, Howard for Informant. Ad dross R. T. Slmms, rare Ardmorolte. 2G-2. WANTED Position by an experienced bookkeeper. Addreon Slmms, caro Ardmorelte. 20-2 WANTED To trade twonty head of - good stock cattlo for Ardmoro prop erty. Leave word nt this olllcc or see S. T. Thompson. 10-lm FOR SALE. ArOK SALE Cheap, a good paying "iS Imslnosa. luvolco $300. Apply this ofllco or address P. O. Box 112, Ard- 25-1 more. 'FOR SA-LH A good pony team. Ap ply Sidney Suggs. i-tf FOR SALE A phaeton, good as now. C , i A. A rrtninmllp A Dig uurKiiiu. " - olllco. , 22 FOR SALE A good blcyclo with coas-tcr-brako. Good as now. Apply Ardmorolte olllco. FOR SAU3 CHEAP A complete out fit consisting of a 25 H-P boiler, a 20 II-P engine, a 20-Inch corn mill, a corn und cob crusher, together with all shafting, pulleys, bolting, etc., ready for. business. See George M. Wayland, manager, of Wayland Ma chinery company, Ardmoro, I. T. 7-tf FOR SALE Wlanwood & -Ono 20 Gamble H-P Houston, side cranK en- sine. Ono 20 H-P boiler, samo make. Outfit comploto and first-class In levcry particular. Iu uso two years good as new Will soil cheap for cash. Call at Cold Storage. M. ZUC1CERMAN. 9 10-lm. Ardmoro, I. T. OR SAKE A blacksmith shop, with toolu comprising a good outflL Ad- lrw J. B. Mills, Glonn, I. T. 10-lm FOR RENT. FOR RENT A six-room houao ono block of First ward school building. Apply W. It. Roberts, city assessor's h office. 25-tf VOR RENT Room a for light house- kooplng, furnished and unfurnnlJli ed. Apply Mr. Denning, 08 areuuo, nortliweat. 22-6t FOR RHNT Four-room house, lo- cation fine. Apply E. B. Pugh. 17-tf I SECURITY VS. UNCERTAINTY Ask any prominent physican or resident of Ardmorefor the best place to bur drugs or have a pre scription filled, and you are in variably directed to ft J T. N. Coleman's Drug Store I his euviiible ti'ptitutiou is hut tho ilircot remit of iir iniiistukiiis ("ivolulneps onceruinc detaiU of quu!iy j iinn wnri, nnu our imoii m on everythinR. ,.J.A.-J.A A AAA.;..;..:.AA.,.J.A.J. in FOR KENT Ono eight-room house nnd ono four-room house. Good lo cation. It. W. Dick. 30-tf FOUND. fOUM) Tuesday night near opora house, a woolen abawl. Owner can prove property, pay costs and obtain samo at Ardmorclto olllcc. FOUND A bunch of keys. Owner may recover same by paying for Oil no tlce. LOST. LOST A gold loeket set with bril Hants and engraved "Beatrice.' Finder will be liberally rewarded by Mrs. F. 1 von Keller. 27-2 Rult of Advertising. .!. N'mtcII. a practical advertising man and salesman of Kansas City arriveil Iito some days ngo nnd liu Inaugurated a big e.tnn-iip sale fo: W Moon-. A large nuia'-er 'if adver Using hill have been distributed and hpaco In the Wcoklv iir..ori He used Tho advertising was du:io In a very Iirnctical and busuicM like manner. touched the nulit spot, the people are baying furious! ' and a large corps o xtra salesmen aro ke:l busy Over live thousand boldlers desert ed from tho army of the Unite 1 States last year. Thirteen dollars a month and hard tack don't seem to hold them. Noland & Rollliw aro wiling Wheel er and Wilson sewing machines. 22-0 Subscribe for the Ardmorolte. Broadway Methodist church solicits your vote In Uio merchants' f GOO cash prizo contest. Ct Frcsli Huh and oysters dally at the City Fish Market, corner Main and A street, S. W. 1C-1 Leo Dlllard vs. Urlti Dill ard Is a divorce suit filed In tho clerk's olllco this morning. Abandonment was tho causo of action. A single pair of rubbers may save a doctor's bill. They cost but little at Hamilton's & Co.'s now shoo store. 22C Tho Wilson hot blast coal stove, no othar quite so good. For ;ialu only by Noblo Urof. 27 Yestordny's Dallas News contained an array of cuts of Ardinoro ladles at tending tho Federation of Women's clubs In session at Fort Worth, In the handsomo group and reaJIIy recog nized were Mrs. W. A. Iodbctter, Mrs. H. C. Potterf, Mrs. John Whlteman and Mrs. Fox. No need of worrying over bod stores aa long as Charter Oaks are mnde. Do your stove buying hare. Williams, Corhn ft Co, Ardmoro Nursery phone 69. 24-lm uiwujs kiyihk lc iutt nr.eo AAA 1- : : : PERSONAL MENTION. , .;. A 4. . u , .;. .;. .j. ,1, ,. a a , 11. C McMmin is new irom Paul alley. Judge .l Im Hlnkle Ipft today for Pauls Valley. Sam Noble In transacting business tcdny at Mndlll. F. U Conway is In tho r-lty today trom Pureell, 1. T. H 1 ltd go Joan Harrison c. Atotm Ik tn he elty visiting friends. J no. It. Vlars came up hitt night Irom Whltesboro. Toxns. E. C. .Jones and wife came over today from Mannsvllle. Miss Townley of Sulphur Is In the Ity the guest of .Mrs. Ed Ringer. W. F. Bownmn and Receiver 11. E. Foster left today for Tlrfhonirngo. Miss Hoc Irvine of Dalian in In the rlty the guest of Miss Mary Whito tii an. 11. B. Williams and C. A. King ate spending tho dny here from Tisho mingo. Stlllwell II. Russell linn leturned from Atlanta. On., wheie ho wont on business. II. C. Potterf went to Tlshoiulngo today, from which place ho goes to Mill Creek. G. A. Turner of Shrevopurt is In the city visiting; his daughter, Mrs. W S. Crockett. Miss Pauline Mnttlngly of Shennun wan the guest of MIsb lena Ganlen hlro yeslorday. Jesso I Jordan of Marietta and L. V. Mullen of this city went to Tisho mingo this morning. Judge C. M. Campbell, after spend ing Thnnksglvlng with his family, re turned to I'urcell today. R. S. W. Parker, traveling represent ativo of the Fort Worth Record, Is in the elty In the Interest of the Record Misses Jennie Dillon and Nora Cow an of Berwyn. who have been here vlsitinsr Miss Mamclo Lawsou. return? .1 home today. 12. A. Becratt, bridge builder for the Gulf. Colorado and Santa Fe road, Is in the city today repairing somo nil ft docis about the union depot. Mrs. S, B. Hauway of Dallas, Texan l.i In tie city the guest cf her neph ew. L. lianway, and Mr. and Mrs. .1 Ownea, 110 North Washington street Abo Wolvorton came In yesterday from Wapanucka and ate Tlmuksglv inx dinner with thuold folks, corner Secouu avenue anil K street, norm west. Miss Fannie Gardner has reluim fiom an extended visit with her par ent. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Gardner, at Chceotah and will again be In the office of the Chickasaw Telephone Co. Stanley Bruce came lu Into yester day afternoon from Alva to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Henry Bruee. Stanloy would havo been hei lor dinner had It not been for wreck at Ingersoll. causing Milm t miss connection. D. N. Ferguiou Ik back from a trlt iato Arkansas, where lie visited his wm. B. L. Ferguson, now railway mail clerk on tho A. & I. between Ash down nnd Hugo. Mr. Ferguson say the A. & C. Is building right on east ward and will Boon be Into Hope, Arl; Think of your rubber shoes Don't wait for wet weather. now New Mtock of good wearing rubbers for the children at 25, 35 and r,0 cents. Hamll ton & Co.'s now tdioo store Dr. J. W. Smith, who has been quite sick for nearly two months, Is again attending to his olllco busluess. Commissioner of Indian ffptv ,'cuos advocates tho education :( In i'ans in the rudiment-' ! the Eu- 1,'tsh language rti' man must starve. 1--.M -1 II I I " I 1 It W. .r!-- b- Chicken Feed. Tho very beat at 17-m E. B. PUUH'S. Payne-Russell Nuptials. Just before noon today W. W. Payne, a prominent grocery merchant of Ia c,o, and Miss Willie A. Russell, a charming young lady or that settle ment, presented themselves at the United States clerk's ollleo and were married by Deputy N, 11. McCoy. Tho happy couple havo the best wishes of the Ardmorelte for their future happi ness. Ready for Practice. Doctor Smith wishes to in form IiIh patrons, nnd the public generally that hi has sufllclently recovered from his recent nines to resume the practice of medicine. Night calls nnswered from tho residence of J. B. Wall. Res ideuco phono 221; olllco, !. 27 dO w4 Buy your lumber from the East Sldo Lumber company nnd sccuro votes In he merchants' $500 cash prize. If.-tf. FRALEY BROS. Mgrs. We are Informed that the bulk of Uie business at Purcoll W before the grand jury, that body being very busy Investigating the wrong doings of others. nn t ji 1 1 U I UlT IN EQUITY PiiRTAININC TO FISHER HOTEL. . E. Foster, tUoelvcr, and the Mer chants and Planters Dank of Slier man.Seek to Recover From the Ftlher Hotel. Tishomingo. An Imixirlant action In equity was brought 'hero today In the district court. Tlio case In styled II. E. Fouler, to celvor, and the Merchants and Plan ters National bank of Sherman. Texas. Tishomingo Hotel company et al. 'he plaintiffs show to tho court thai II. E. Foster whs appointed receiver the Bank of the Chlekaimw nation Tishomingo, and allege that tin at hotel compnny Is a convolution organ ised under flie laws In force iu the Indian Territory Ithur defendants mentioned am Hip Stall National bank of Denlmm. 0. A. Wells of Ardmoro and W. A. HoIIpti beck of Tishomingo. For cause of action the plaintiffs at lege that the hotel company is organ iKod with U. H. Colbert president and H. L. Muldrow secretary; that m or ler to obtain means for the construc tion of the hotel tho company bor rowed from tho Bank of tho Chlcka saw Nation a largo sum of monoy and placed as collateral with the bank shares In the hotel company; that the bank holds 20U shares Issued to B. II Colbert, 200 Issued to Kirby Purdom and 0 1 shaii'H Issued to II. L. .Mill drow, Jr. Plaintiffs fuither allege that the borrowed money Is long past dm1 and none of which has been paid; that the hotel property Is valuable a.ii yields an income of $20ti per month that the hotel company is claiming that It httK transferred the property to O A. Well, who claim to bo sol proprietor of the hotel; that said trans for was illegal and was executed with out consideration and for the purpose of plnclug the property beyond th reach of creditors; that the Metchaut and Planters bunk of Shermnn holds one note of $2,000 ngalnst the hotel company and that the State .National haul: of Dculpou holds ono note against the same company for $1,075. It not the purpose of the plaintiffs to dis turb the possession or lesse of tho ho tel. but pray the court to appoint recolvor to collect tho routs and reve nue nnd hold It subject to the ordor o' the court. Potter, Bowman .t Potter are attor noys for Receiver Foster, and Head & Dlllard aro attorneys for the ban! Tho case Is sot lor hearing nex Tuesday nt Pauls Valley. The Ravia Bank Defaulter. A message today from Ravia state that Robert Edwin Neil, tho bank do- faulter of thai elty linn gone to part unknown and Uuk his girl wife ha gone to the homo of her I usband relatives at Spokogce. While tho boo I wero balanced and by shrewd mnnlpit latlon Nenl wan nllowud his liberty Uio olllcers of the bank t.ti.te thut Neal emhe.zled nn amount hetwee S3.000 and $8,(100. Cooke County Cotton. The glnnors' leport up tr. October IS showed for Cooku county 5,700 hale ginned. Op to November 11 showed 15,001 bales Including square and round, round bales being counted a two for one. Some men would rather marry haste and repent at leisure than co template a rival repenting at leisure That was a mean woman wiio n fused to pay tho doctor after ho had nindo bur husband's life insurauco poli cy worth money. Iie usually renders a 'man color blind as to complexions. Fino hund-palntcd' china at 18-tf BULARD'S, CITY GOVERNMENT. It. W. Dick Mayor J. H. Mathors., City Attorney John L. Gait Police Judge Q. II. Bruce City Clerk Frank Butt Treasurer W. R. Roberts .ss'r and Collector Bob McGee City Scavenger, J. W. Moffett City Physician Aldermen. First Ward R. Hardy, J. S. Mo Charon. Second Ward J. S. Mullen. C. F. Fraley. Third Ward C. L. Byrne, !t. Randol. Fourh Ward W. A. Ollllani, W. Wblttlngton. Board of Health. Dr. J. W. Moffott, city physician; , Drs. S, S. Carr, J. W. Smith, Walter Hardy, Mnyor R. W. Dick. LYfNfINI7 The Shoe Man, w. n. (iw n. GWYN & E fiie. Cidox. lile. liallf. Accident m M ESTATE UKST OLD l,IN'U COMPAXIKS. Scot i ii .i I'uton itinl Katiotml, Fire Assoetntton, ami othors. Upitnir", Noblo Building, liniic Legal Notice. N'ollce Ik liereby given that the firm Noble Bros. Smith. rompo.,e,l Sam Noble. Ed Noble and E Igar Smith, doing a gen rul hardware Im . Inoss at Mndlll. Intl. Tor. N this dv llMsolved; Edgnr Smith retiring ant Noblo Bios, continuing itlie buslnust paying all oiitstandlug accounts .mil olb-ctlng all debts due the firm. SAM NOBLE. 15D NOBLE, EDGAR SMITH. No ember 27. UHIS. 27-1 m Just think! Denting stoves from 11.60 up to $36. Stoves that usually sell for $12 Williams, Corhn A Co. are selling for $8. The Wheeler and Wilson sewing ma chine does beautiful crot beting. 22-C, Go to Uulard's for diamonds. lS-tt Ml Mario Wuinwrlghl's tour of the country as Viola In Shakospeate ft 'Twelfth Night," under the direction of Mr. Jules Murry. him been thus far a tour or trluiiph. Her early appear ance In till city with a company of splendid ni lists will rorm an upocli In the history of the'drainn hero. Two new suits wero lllcd in the coin mlHttioncr's court this morning by the Penn Mutual Llfo Insurance company. The first was against Sarah E. Ar nold et al.. suit on note. The other was against l I. Ellis, and It wat. a suit on note They were made re tin-liable on.l'ci einbi r I an 1 X, It i,; a wonder- thcD. J. 22-0 BROWN & BRIDGMAN, 5 Have moved into the new building next to I'ostollicc and have opened up an up tO'date Undertaking estab lishment, and are ready to serve the public day or night on short notice. A beautiful line of Picture Mouldings will arrive in a day or two. Let us frame your pictures. Ardmore Fuel Yard Coal and Wood. 420 B Struct S. W. Phone jio, L. C LeSUHK, Prop'r -v m PURCELUIILWElflATOn CO, KM PURCELL, I.T. w TiiTn 1111 1 11 1 11 iMWjrin visitors At our (tore will find the most elegant assortment of Ladles' and (Icnllcmcu's FOOTWEAR Of tin' most tnaliiotmble styles Hint m point of (Itirtuhilily and comfort ato tiumntciinhlc. K. S. Graham. GRAHAM, ARDrtOUU, IND. TI2K. Iftfo ill il Reported by S. E. Donnelly & Co., commission merchants, OnlnoRvllt nnd Ardmoro. COTTON MARKET. Liverpool Futures. Ol'KN. 5.03 5.(K! r o:i 5.03 5.112 5.S8 2 1'. 5.117 5.1)0 5.05 5.05 5 Ot 5 OH 5.01 M. Jan. Feb. Fob. Melt. Muli. Apl. Apl. May May Juno Juno July July Aug. Aug. Sop sup. Oot, Oct. Nov. Nov. Duo. Dec. Jan. n in-!) r in 5 :i 5.02 5.01 fi.t7-i'0 5.87 8 011 I! D 5 01 5.05 II. D (1.08 0 Ol'i! 5 07 Spots stoaily. MIih. 5.000. Salop ItouOipt 1,400. A i New Orleans Futures. MONTH Jill Fob. ... ot'HN UI.ORK I1.13H II 10.20 II HO-Ht u.:n-3!) 11.11-12 11.17 11.18 10 It.lH Mull .. April... May .. Juno . . July .. Aurf.... Oct. . . Nov.... Dfin. . . . .11.25 .11.20 .11.28 , 10 !)U 11 15 11.10 11.01 II 07 b New York Futures. MONTH OPEN. CLOSE Jan 11,15 n. 18-10 tob 11-20-21 Mcll 11. Ill 11.25 2f. April 11.23 25- May 11.46 11.22 Juno 11.6.1 11-33 July 10.01 !)i Aug Oct Nov 11 11 13 Dec 11.01 11.12.1.') Spots qtilot. Mills. 11.35. H.iIoh 001 f. O. b Chicago Grain Market' WHKAT. Sopt. . .. Doo May Sept Dec May 70; 701 Hill H01 COKK. 12 42 4H 12 OATH. Sept. Dec. May. 311 361 311 35 i DR. W. S. BECHTOL, Dentist. All Work guaranteed. Charge rea sonable, Olllco over Ramsey's Drug Store. Ardmore, Iml. Terr LEADER good F our. Tyler & Simpson Company, World's Siand- nf ;i ornnrl PI WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS.