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November 2, 189S.
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The OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of the
united states Court for tho southern
Hlalrlrt liulinti Trtrnlnrv nmn fnr
'he Chickasaw Stock Association of
he Indian Territory, and the omciai
organ 01 uie city.
TIME TAD LB.
Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway.
f RMlthhnlinrl I
Ualvcston & Chicago Exp... 3: 40 a. m.
woourno & k. v. Kxp 4:4U p. m.
tlvpRtnn Sr. CMeaen Hrn.1!;2fi u m
Olobunm fc K C. Bxp 11-50 p. m.
as l ft Uim In from th- work f
the regular season. But the creation
or new rolei would hare to be entrust
ed to pi ay em of eminence only and
once crystallised It would not be dlffl
cult to And people capable of perpetu
ating the characterization In a satis
factory manner. The problem Is a
beautiful one. and nce its solution la
u mi of taken, works Itself out step by
step la the simplest and moat practical
tashiofi. I am strongly In boot that
It will bo taken under consideration
by the next congress."
itoblaon opera house Saturday. De
Vote for Uie Broadway MeUiodiat
church in tho moretinnu' J 600 cask
prise contest, stf
All gooda sold, engraved freo of
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway.
Arrlro at Ardmore l:3r. n. m
LtAro Ardmoro 3:00 p. in.
jocaj rreignt carrying pastongcri
also. No trains on Sundays.
Arkansas and Choctaw Railway.
Leave Ardmoro dally 8:30 a. m.
An-. Ardmoro dally 12:10 p. m.
Leavo Ardmore dally 2:35 r. m.
Arr Ardmore dally G:2G p. m.
Mixed Train Lv. Ardmore. .0:00 n. m.
Mixed Train Arr Ardmoro. .6:00 p. m
All United States mails close 'i
minutes prior to train timo.
Heroaftcr tho malU will bo closed
it 9 p. m Instond of 8 p. m. an form
.tr y. D. REDFIELD, I. M.
TERMS OF U. 3. COURT.
At Ada Peglna September 28, 1003
noiU8 two weeks, and February 15,
1 1, holJs three weolt.
At Tl6hortilngo Iiogins October 10,
IDiO, and holds two weeks, and Feb
ruary 1:9, 19ul, and holds three weoks.
At Chlckasha Begins November 2,
1113, and March 21. 1901, oncli term
At Ryan llogltia November 10,
1903, and April 4, 1901, ono week each
At Purccll Begins Novombor 23,
1903, and April 11, 1901, each term
At Pauls Valley Ileglna November
CO, 1903, and April 18, 1904. throe
weeks at each term.
At Ardmore--lleglns December 21.
1903, and May 9, 1901. seven weoks
Ardmore, Sunday, November 29, 1903.
Representative Gregg has Introduced
ni the house a bill permitting the Kio
wa. Chlckashn and fort Smith rail
way company and tho ICastern Okla
homa railway company to sell their
property In Indian Territory to the
Atchison. Toeeka and Santa Fe com
pany. Senator Ilalloy Introduced a
similar bill In the senate several days
To rnlBo fund to put In wan-nvorks
at Hnrgrore, the college will give a
rocltal Tuesday night at itopular prices
Como and aoe the grteat orchestra
In the Southwest. 39.2
Services at the Christian fhunii
11 a. m and 7 p. m. Morning miI
Ject, "Jacob Wrestling with (;.-;
ICrenlng subject, "Naaman All ar
J CLARENCE RBAD. Patnr
'Gervlcea this mornln at 11 oVifw 1
Sunday school at in o'cloc'i.
F. A. JUNY. Hector
Salvation Army. j
Sunday son-tee at Salvation Armr
barracks: 11 a. m holiness meet
ing; i p. m.. children's service- 7 nn
m.. soul saving time. There wilt
oc aiso a swearing-in of a recruit All
welcome. II. THOMAS fam
Broadway M. E. Church.
Tho regular services will ! in m
at Broadway Methodist church today
Sunday school. 10 a. in.; preaching 11
m.; subject. "Itebufldlnr th. W.ni
of Jerusalem;1' Junlcr Iaue. ?, ti n,
Senior lxgue. I p. m; priachin.? 7
p m.; text, "The way of uln Ik .'1 an.
All are cordially Invited to th.-. 1
vices, we extend a snerini ii i
tlon to the strangers In th dt I
S. F. OODDAHD. I'a-t -..
First Presbyterian Church. '
Services will lie held today a uua!
aT U a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday scho.il
a( 9: 15 a. m. Christian Kndoavor at
I 11. m. A cordial Invitation is ex
tended to all.
CHAS. C. WHITH. Pnetoi
-THE SOCIETY EVENT OF THE SESSON:
Robison Opera House
VIRGINIA DREW TRESCOTT
The IjmIIoh' Aid society of the Chris
tian church will meet with Mra. It. V.
Dick Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
Suits hatH at reduced prices all this
week. MISS COLLINS.
Woeka Iiros. will move hack this
wwk to tholr old stand where you
will tlud thorn with the largest and
lest line of plumbing and warworki
mippll In tho Territory. 39C
Good Things to Eat.
ami m-erythltiR 0U0 kx1 to eat at
Tho nod Headed (Irocer
I'hoiio 57. '29-3
The C. P. Church.
The iwutor. Rev. F. I. Flanlken. will
preach al 11 n. m. on the Warm
Hearted Man." At night. 7:15 p. m
"Are There Any Christians in Ard
more Who Are They?" All nijmt). n
ami friends cordially invited.
KANDY KANDY KANDY
The Government and the Stag';
Thero 1b no subject In which Uu
people nro more Interested than thoy
aro in tho theater." remarked .Mr.
Charles II Ilnnford In casual envor
witlon, "and yot there Is 110 Held of
mdeavor in which public intercuts are
ho completely left to tln morcy or
chance, Tho Kovernmwit unsumos to
InBpect our food, limit U10 oxtout to
which people may use tho nldownlkH
for mercantile purpoMesr ami erorcise
many other functions Including, a ro
ulntlon of tho liquor tmlllc. Hut vhen
it comes to a question of popular
amusement tho local nnd national gov
ernments nro silent nnd pre-occupied.
It Ib rcRarded as a wholly unimportant
consideration; and yet there Ih no In
Btltutlc 1 which is so close to tho peo
ple nnd which exorcises so much In
fluence ou taste and temperament at
tho theater The same patriotic senti
ment which leadB Fresldont Uooauvolt
to utttr a frank and emphatic wanting
ngnlnct the danger of race suicide
should prompt eminent Americans
of all political creeds to provide prop
er educational opportunities for the
rlHlng generations. This Is done to a
ccrtnln extent by tho public school sys
tem, but tiieu ) nothing to offset the
vlclouj Influence of tho playhouse that
haa degenerated into a mere vehicle
of lasclvIotiB suggestion. It may bo
said that tho theater should meet com
petition and that a play or perform
ance fihould be rociuirod to demon
strate its popularity and live or die
according to public verdict. Hut this
.s a very popular superliclal argument,
t approy-es tho system under which
.hu pool starves In his garret and
nakes threo-ilng clrctiK with nis
mormons earning capacity tho highest
standard of public amusement. Amort
a, first of nil countries In wi many
hlngs, Is last iu the drama. In music
nd in literature.
"It Is n fine organization find Its
amo lllustra'cs how far tin- prestige
f tho government will go toward s
Isting art Yet it Is so Inadequately
ompencnted that its musicians feel
impelled to seek pilvate engageuienU
nd aro regarded as mortal.
"Would not that a national theater,
jch as you have often advocated, pro
ttco a feeling of Jealousy among act
's who were not so fortunate mm to
associated with It.
"No really groat aelor should huva
aeon to feel thus unfortunate, it
Ardmore Pressing Club.
Tho amount of work nnd eoo.l mml
Ity of the work turned cut last week
b tho Ardmoro Pressing Club and
trench Dye Works has been a sur
prlso to tholr customers. The "res
ent equipment of this plnnt makes It
a posltlvo luxury to tho iieople. (--idles
and gentlemen both aro profuse In
tholr praise for tho company for their
promptnosa In turning out work and
for tho high grndo work In cleanlnir
and dyeing. The lmtB they block
look exactly like new and their cus
tomera aro delighted.
Don't become discouraged because
some tltnu In your llfo you have boon
illsapKlnted but bring your work
horo whoro the finest workmon In tho
country- nro omployod. Tho roBtilt will
dp sntisiactory and you will he glad
to pay t!u price.
Kults hats at reduced prieoj all this
wok. MISS COLLINS
Hats off. Ladles.
An Intohestlng service at the I'ro
byteilan church Inst Sabbath brought
to mind the request of the president
of the Federated meeting at the opera
house for tho removal of hats during
the service and was quickly nnd with
out complaint compiled with.
How much better could those sltthiK
hack enjoy tho service if the Indies
hats hnd Ik'on removed. lints adorn
ed by gorgeous embellshments. tho
acme of millinery art. cnusod insny to
careen to ono side, peep under, stretch
an high aH possible. In a vain ondeav
or to seo past tho beautiful hats and
enjoy tho services. One preacher In
Kansas City lately requested lbs con
gtegatlon to remove their lints at the
next meeting, which was nrommlv
complied with. St. Paul said. "If a
man have long hair. It Is n shame
to him; but If a woman have long
hair It Is a glory to her." It is true
ht, Paul advised that women should
keep covered in churches, but at that
day and tlmo ho know nothing of the
waving plumes, flowers, etc.. which
constitute largely tho heaJwear of
tcdny. Can not our ministers' union
got together and give to church attend
ants a much needed reform.
DR. W. S. DECHTOL,
All Work guaranteed. .Charge rea
sonable. Offlco over Jlainsey's
'Anhaore, fin,j. Twr.
Kahn Is Ardmore's Kandy Man
The past week has been a ivmaii 1
ble om at Julius Kahn's confefion
erV. Tll VRflt TltimllAf it mnBttifl,.. ,
- - - " V. v. .,.(1,1. Ill' . 1 I
lwxes and baskets of candy that ha 1
arrived at his store breaks all rccowu'
iu tho history of this man' hom1 .r
store. This lino candy, the very choice
of tho world's output will continue to
nrrlve each week until after the holi
days. Picture In your mind the box
thnt Injst ploases your fancy or your
best girl's laney nnd It's 1C to 1 that
jou will find It right here. The ch ic
est California fruits and nuts alway
at Julius Kahn's.
A Model Enterprise.
The Crown Ilottllng Works of ti
city has increased Its capital stoik
to $15,000 and made application loi
Incorporation. Tho directors are W
M ItlggK. president; II. L. Dalton. vice
president; I5d Ilyrd. secretary ana
treasurer: J. It. Pennlugtcn, 11. c
Potterf, .1. M. Floyd nnd It. T. Dallas
Other leading business men of the
city haves taken stock In tho concern
which mokea It one of tho most stable
enterprises In tho city. Tho object of
the incoriwrotors Ik to manufacture
all kinds of carbonated drinks, can
dy, crackers, vinegar ana pickles. The
ii-.corporntion of tho Crown Uottllng
Works is another step toward build
ing up strong enterprises for tho city
and It haB a largo flold for Uie sale
of It products. The factory is in
the safe hands of experienced uusinos
men who have tho Judgment, energv
nnd means to puh it to a K!nt where
a remarkable volume of business will
HIS will be one of the best shows signed this season by
Mgrs. Morgan and Bonner. Free list entirely sus
pended. Seats now on sale at Bonner's. Prices special
'25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00. Curtain at S p. ni. Order carriages
for 11. p. in. No one seated during acts.
ii iiiii roimiumi iiimfj
Ileinz'B plnin plcklos.
Ilelnz's swoet plcklos.
Ilelnx'a mixed plcklos.
IleliiK'H sour pickles.
iloinz'H sour mixed plcklos.
Heine's sweet mangoo.
lleliir.'s hulk olives.
Heinz's pure sweet preserves at
i 3 tz fk ill k
r, ,y rfys
ra""" " i ii mum i
Important to Physicians.
It Is ngrecHl and we the undersign
ed horehy Iseue a call for a meeting
or all tho physicians of Ardmore and
Pickens county. I. t.. In Dr. J. A
Humphreys' otllce on Thursday. Dec
3. 1903, at 2 p. m., for the purpose
of organizing a medical association to
bo known as the Plckons County Med
Wo hope that a largo number of
physicians will attest their Interest :n
tho progress nnd welfare of their pro
fession by attending this meeting
T. S. I100T1I,
J. C. McNKKS.
W. T. IlOOlK.
R. I). MOORK.
J. 8. SMITH,
J. W. MOFFKTT
U. II. ALVIS,
U H. SUTHICRLA.N'l).
V,r. II. .MacCRACKlCN.
J. M. VADliN,
J. A. IIUMPHRKV
TJio Saltshury fRmlly orchestra
olovon plocoa will he at Hargrove col
lege Tueaday night o-2
AN D am not
sale, but 1 -will
prices on sad
dles and harness
From now until
January 1, 1901,
I v i 11 sell every
thing in my
house for a less
price than it was
ever offered to
y o u belore in
Ardmore or any
where else. To
give you an idea
of what the sale
means I offer a
and every thiurr dse in proportion. For one month I will not
maice prices to please myself, but to please the dcodIc. Ileros
magnilicent stock of everything kept in a first-class saddle and
Harness House at sacrifice prices.
THE SADDLER. ARDMORE, IND. s TER'Y.
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