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You can make col'fce like
in nice if 3'ou
it Breakfast Bell Specially Selected
1 nnd 2 pound cans,
Old Government Java and Mocha, H pounds
cans, price :W';c per pound.
Broadway I Pound Cartoon 20c.
Also n full l''' o "ilk goods Wo nr ole ng-iiiN for
the New York (loirt'Bt'" The finest fpo U im,i irfe.l to this
(uuntrv. Try them.
M. T. FELKER.
I WANT JM.
rHnents under this Head will
'it received at the rata of Ave (5)
eale per line. No advertisement
rcclved for loss than fifteen (1G)
esntB. Special monthly ratCB fur
SlBhed on appllciitlon. Ths notice
nay contain any matter o "Lost.
5'ound," "I'or Rent." "For Sale.'
"Stolen," "Strnyod," or any ;i'irin.
Itkout dlnplny lines.
55 - ' '
XnTH1 Hxpurlunced and well rec
Miimendod young man teacher wants
untry schxl at $3(i n mouth.
Write John I-. !.. IJox 377. Ardmore.
UN WO OHOr spiumnu iiiumjuiiiuino
... ... t .11.1 ln.lu...iiinila
learn barber trade. Short time
nniri'il. Tools donated, board in-
bided, diplomas stunted, positions
irnlahod. nest paying iraue in uv
ence for poor man. Write for
rtlculnrs. Molcr Harbor College.
lxnils. Mo. '-9-6t.
tTICD To trade twenty head of
Wd stock cattle for Ardmoro prop
Hy. Leave word at this offlcc or
ft- S. T. Thompson. lC-lm
I SALE Cheap, a good paying
JilnosB, Involco $300. Apply this
flee or address 1. O. Hox 112, Ard
SALE A good pony team. Ap
81dnoy Suggs. 2C-tf
SALIO A nhaeton. good as new.
big bargain. Apply Ardraorclto
ISAIJC A good blcyclo with coas
Sbrako. Good as uew. Apply
!SAU3 CHEAP A comploto out
:onslstlng of a 25 H-I' holler, a
I-P engine, a 20-lnch corn mill, o
A and cob crusher, together with
Jshaftlng, pulleys, bolting, etc.,
dy for buslnesB. See Goorgo M.
.yland, manager, of Wayland Ma
nery company, Ardmore, I. T. 7-tf
jALH Ono 20 IH' Houston,
vood & Gamble side craaK en-
i 30 H-P holler, same motors.
lilt complete and ilrst-elass iu
ilso two years good as now
I sell cheap for cash,
at Cold Storage,
f M. ZUCKEHMAN,
in. Ardmoro, I. T.
SALI3 A blacksmith shop, with
9 comprising a good outfit. Ad
rJ. li. Mills, Glenn, I. T. 10-lm
RENT A six-room house ono
k of First ward school building,
ly W. U. Roberta, city assessor's
KENT Four-room house, lo
fo fine. Apply E. U. Pugu. 17-tf
Ask any prominent physican or
resident of Ardmore for the best
place to buy drugs or have a pre
scription filled, and you are in
variably directed to
AT. N. Coleman's Drug Store
I This enviable reputation is but the direct result, of
tir jminstnhiut: carefulness concerning details of quality
did work, rind our hnbit of always Riving- the lowest vriee
your mother itscd to
price 35c per pound.
KOlt KENT Hooma for light house
keeping, furnished and uufurunlsh
ed. Apply .Mrs. Denning, 308
aTonue, northwest. 22-Ct
FOR KENT Ono eight-room houso
and ono four-room house. Good lo
cation. U. W. Dick. 30 tf
FOUND Tuesday night near opera
house, a woolon shawl. Owner can
prove property, pay costs ana obtnln
same at Ardmorclto olllcc.
FOUND A bunch of keys. Owner may
recover same by paying for this no
LOST A package containing a jtalr
.f child's shoes nnd pair black log
glngs. Kinder please return to Mrs.
LOST Ktlduy afternoon a black over
coat. Kinder return to V. O. Dun
ton's !"s!deiuu and receive reward.
I OST Ono new overcoat between
Hargrove College nnd union depot.
Kinder pleasi leave same at W. O.
Doston's residence and receive re
ward. Coat had papers In it with
Ed Ringer's namo on them. 2!l-2t.
Street liats at re-ducod prices all this
week. .MISS COLT.INS.
There Is no otlier stovo tliat equate
the celebrated Hrldge & Jieach. Sold
only by Weeks Hros. 20-C
A musical rK:ltal will Iks given at
Hargrove Tuesday night. Prices ID,
25 and 35c.
Notice to Baptists.
Theie will bo a meeting lor impor
tant business to all members- of the
Central Haptlst church at 3 o'clock
thlH afternoon at tho church, lict ev
ery member be present
W. E. RYAN.
J. O. SMITH,
G. K. GATES.
You will find absolutely the best
heating stoves In tho city at Weeks
There will bo a regular meeting of
St. Philip s Episcopal Guild at tho rec
tory on Tuesday aft6rnoon at 3 o'clock
MRS. J. W. GOLLEDGE, Pre?.
MHS.C. L. ANDERSON. Sec.
Street hats at reduced prices all this
week. MISS COLLINS.
A musical recital will be given at
Hargrove Tuesday night. Prices 15.
25 and 35c.
The finest, orchestra In Uio country
will bo at Hargrove college Tuesday
night. Popular prices for benefit of
the college, 29-2
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PERSONAL MENTION. I
: : v ; t -i-
IC. M. Moore cam.' in yesterday from
.1. W. Hlaotnn or aaCnesrllle was
T. I Hewitt and C. E. ftoyer are
here from Davis.
Doput ICd llotn wm In the o!ty ye
terday from Davla.
.leas L. .lordan Ik k vlellor In the
city from Ma'ietta.
Mrs. Charley McFarlnnd of Madlll Is
In the city visiting.
Joo L. ThoinnH and wife or Hoff
tame over yesterday.
J. A. Leatlierwood Is upending tne
day in Oklahoma City.
Mis. t'arautonu has returned from a
brief vlalt to Gainesville.
Jno. T. Alexander fa here aHudlng
tie Snhbatli with Ills family.
Mm. Sid Mtilliallen nnd children yoft
10; Kort Smith. Ark., on a visit yester
day. Mlaa Lucy Sacm or I'uicoll is In
the city visiting; her aunt. Mrs. Kunnlo
V. 11. KyeaU dtJ)artud jeaterday lor
an indefinite buslnea vlalt to St.
I.oiiIk and ChlcnKo.
11. V. Keller, Dr. Si. A. (imhain and
O. M. Uurkett of Hold- r were Ard
more visitors yesterday.
S. H. MoMullen from Kort Worth.
itmto agent of the Wella-Kargo Ex
press Co., Ib In tho city.
U M. Wiite, W. P. Hourtrand nnd
wifo nnd T. P. Clark came over yes
terday from Tishomingo.
Georgo Ash nnd family are now lo
cated at their home, 103 C St., N. W.,
which Is the corner of Third avenue.
Leo Gait has gone to Oklahoma City
to perfect nrraUKomcntH for the In
stallment of a mill In Uio Georgia gold
Mrs. H. K. McN'oea of Sulphurarriv-
ed In the city yesterday and will
spend Uio winter with her aon, Dr. J.
William Hardy uf Clinton, Arkansas,
Ik In th city vlsrttlnar hla brother,
Rube Hardy, at 1103 Harnrove stmt
A. K. Collina, the veterlnar.v surgton
formwly ol this place but now of
Waxahachle, was In our city Friday
A. C. Cnice left yesterday aiternoon
Icr Tlahomingo whei-e ho was called
to consult with It. K. Noal, tho de
fuulting Havia-banker, who has been
Capt. Goo. W. Clark and wifo of
Jacksboro, Texas, and Mrs. Jennlo Mc
Mahan of Wellington, Kansas, aro In
tiie city visiting their relatives, the
senior and Junior W. H. Horry at the
hater's home, !27 C street, southwest.
win. oueuner. wie genial uusiness
mauagc-r for tho Chns. 11. Hanford Co.
was in the city yesterday making
more complete and further arrange
ments for Uio engagement of thlo
company hero Saturday night. Mr.
Hanford had intended to play "The
Merchant of Venlco" here, but on spec
ial request he will present "Ulchnrd
111." Mr. Hanford has been to this
city two other seasons nnd he Is a
favorite hero as well as throughout
the country. Thin has been the most
successful season Mr. II an lord has
ever had and It Is wifo to say that
his engagement here will not bo an
exception to tho rule. Mr. Hanford
has already built a reputation that
will llvo as long as peoplo love tho
stage, and ho ranks today with tho
finest mm of his profession..
Most Popislar1 IViillincry
If you want a fetching hat or strik
ing style, choice materials, linndsomo
ly trimmed, you will find lust w)ia.t
you want at l.owensteln's. Special
discount on our entire millinery for
the next thirty days. Lute novelties
In street hats, beautiful line of ladles'
tailor made dress sklrtK and waists
LndieV Furnishers and Millinery.
Tho celebrated Hrldge & Reach
hentera at Weeks Hiwa. 29-C
Tho finest orAiestra In tho country
will bo at Hargrove college Tuesday
night. Popular prlce for benefit of
the college. i!9.
A now suit was Hied lu tho mayors
court In which tlio Texas Paer com
pany brings suit agaiiiHt J. II. Spiegel
tho suit being on nccoitnt.
.1. J. Hranlgan. who has been (mite
s:ck recently was able to bo out yes
terday and make a visit to his old
time trlend, the Ardinorelte.
, T. V. Morgan, who lias been ver
dangerously III of pnmimcnln, was on
tho strooU for a low mlnute yester
day. Mr. Morgan iald ho could appre
ciate tho warmth or tho sunshine and
the Iroshnosta of the air more thai, nt
iy other time In his life.
Coleman Plumbing Co. will ht better
pieparod to do sanitary plumbing thnn
any otlior conconi In the city. They
are the only eclusive plumber.- In
They Shot Ducks.
i -tirlay iiwin nt W K Hnwii.ni.
R W Dick. Sidney Siirkb and .1 K.
Ellis, the Jitter rrotn Oklahoma Cit.
went out to the Roil nnd Gun Club lake
to xhoot hick. They went with ttie
l i' ruination o: Hlhns, a'l there was
n U M'tUoment. o Dick and Ilowman
eut over to the .1 J. lake, while Rills
and the rotonel remained at tho Rod
and Gun Clnh lake.
They wefo out early lit order u
catch the ilMcks asleep ami by skillful
management thc managed to baa ten
of the birds.
Promptly at V oVloek they all guth-
eiedat the ttlllh house wlieiv Richard
Mallory and wife had prepared them
a most tempting breaklaat consisting
of baked gcoae, dresaltiK, ham. egas.
bread, wafllus, steak, collee and
well, they nil not home safe with their
Tin. U.,ltultil li,inll nn.hnHtHi .if
eleven piece will be at Hargrove col
lege Tuesday night. 29-2
The Townsltc Commission.
I'he towuslte commtsaioii has Iktu
devoting tho last several days to serv
ing notices of appraisement In Pur
ee II. Next week tiiey will serve no
tices on the prnpem owner of Dft-
x, giving them an opportunity to
'onchitse their proprty. After leuv-
l. k Davis they will .erve the people
We take great pleasure in annoiiiie
Ir. the forthcoming engagementa of
what we justly term tho society events
of the season In theatricals. Friday
and Saturday. December I and B.
Mlaa Virginia Drew Trescolt, the ca
pable American actress and one of the
very best companies on the road, will
present iho season's dramatic sue
ces?. "Satanla." at Roblson's theatre
Dee. 1. Miss Trescolt appeared hore
laat year In "lml Strntlmiore," which
was a great miccos. This year wo
hnve her In a new play nnd a good
one. Owing to the bookings being
clcae togother ol the two big events
theatrically, that or Miss Trescolt Fri
day and Mr. Hanford Saturday. Roth
shows aro the very best on the rou1.
Yet they are entirely different. Miss
Troscott nas a society dramatic trout,
while Mr. Hanford gives us a beautiful
production of Shakespeare. It Is hop
ed our elC.ens will see lit to at
tend both of these two slu. as a
treat Is In storo for you at each per
lormanco. Miss Trcscott's manager
kindly ocusuits to play at tho follow
ing prices, considering the two shows
so close. Seats now in Vile. 2.". 50.
7." and 31. RuBpectlully,
.MO HO AN & llO.NNKIt.
.Managers Rotilson's Opnm Hous':.
Tho Salsbury ramlly will bo nt Har
grove college Tuesday night. 2!t-2
Tho Salsbury family will be at Har
grove college Tuesday night. 29-2
Go to Hulard's for diamonds. IS-tf
Virginia Drew Trescott Company.
Virginia Drew Trescott, who will Do
seen lu tills city on the 4th of Decem
ber at Roblson's opera houso lu "Sa
tanla," Is one of the most accomplish
ed and laseliiatlug actresses on tho
American stage, a lady of rare person
al charms and beloved by tho public.
She has been coinpaied to Olga Neth
ersole, and In the rendition of the rolo
of "Satanln" portrays a stylo of
work which is decidedly uuliiio. a gem
lu Itself. Sli-- Is a stately woman, full
or Hie, portraying passion and pathos
equally well, her very presence on the
stage holding her audience throughout
tho entire evening. Her costumes nro
gorgeous, Pails creation, each gown
especially designed for its own act.
Miss Trescott Is surrounded by a com
pany of Indb'H nnd gentlemen, all ot
wiiom have held lending positions In
first-class companies, and aro experi
enced In tiielr rospuctlvo roles, eneh
solected Rr the particular character
which they an- to enact. The produc
tion has been magnificently staged, tiie
tapestry hangings of Hie drawing room
nnd morning loom scenes being espe
cially attractive. Tho entire produc
tion is under the personal direction of
Mr. David Traltel, who for years has
been connected with tho loading theat
rical companies or tho United States,
which is Itself a sufficient guarantee
that a rare treat is In store for the put
rons of the theater.
In the United Stntes court in ne
Indian Territory. Southern district
Parlln & Orondorff Co.. plaintiff, vs,
J. S. Roche et al defendant Xo 5C92
Tho defindunts, S. S. Rue and lee
(lainblll are warned to up'.T-ar In thin
court lu tliln dnya and an.Mvtr th
complaint of the plaintiff PnWin &
Wltnotw Hon. Hosen Tonn.Md
judge, this 2Mb day of November. 1803 '
C. M. CAMPII10LL Cler.
Thos. Norman, attorney
S. II. Duller, attorney f r mm n
First publlBhetUXov. 29. t9u:!.
Mrx. HfMca Townsend lum -
d'-posi-d this week and confined t.j
iii'i rwma tit t,i WhiWlirnoii hoK'
7ft i ft
fi V i J It
V i. s store is
' Good Sound Wearable Shoes I
cold w iitlitTj Nent nnil I)ressy Shoes for Womeu nnd Misaca
r li- ii o Hin r-HMwiif I i cu'ii
can't m il,' ii i.-i ike
W. H. (Iwyn.
GWYN & GRAHAM,
mm Fire. Cyclone. Life, tiabilily. Accident AilD RfAl fSTATf
UEST Obi) blNH COMl'ANMKS
Sunt tish Union and Niitionul, Fire Association, and others.
Uptnlrs Nobla Huildltig.
I'lionc AKDriORIJ, INI). TI'K.
BLANT0N & BERKSHIRE,
General - Insurance - Agents
Office Up stair.t In new l.cdlicttcr building,
Second stairway west of the Wlilttlugton.
A Joy Forsver.
.). C. Orahain and J. A. ItlveiiB have
lecelved two very line Hrowulng nil
toniatlc shotguiiH, the only two of the
Kind in the territory. The gun Is a
r, rent patent ot Mr. Hrowulng. an
Ihigllshmaii ot Ogden. Utali. who has
made all the recent Improvements In
the Winchester shotgun and also In
vented tho automatic Mix-jlioolcr. Tills
order was placed with Williams. Corhn
Co. last August but sucli Is tho de
mand for the new gun that tho order
could not be filled onrllor. The gun
Is constructed to shoot llvo times as
tnpldly as that ninny balls can bo fired
irpia a double-barrel action pistol.
Ready for Practice.
Doctor Smith wishes to Inform his
uutroiiK and the public generally that
ho has sufficiently recovered from his
recent Illness to resume the practice
of medicine. Night calls answered
I'nun the residence of .1. 11. Wall. Res
idence phone 221. olllre, II.
27 dfl wl
Hiothor .1. O. Robertsou and wife
of Whltesboro, Texas, will bo In Ard
moro next Sunday and will hold ser
vices In tho Sniua Ko bectlon house
morning, afternoon and night. Uv
Notice is hereby given that tho firm
o' Noble Hros. & Smith, 'compose.!
of Sam Noble, 1M Noble anil I'Mjnr
Smith, doing a general hardware bu s
iuess at Madlll, lad. TVr., N this div
dissolved; Kdgar Smith retiring mil
Noble Ilios. continuing tin- buslnes
paying all outstanding accounts . ml
collecting nil debts due the firm.
November 27, 1II0U. 27-1 in
Now folding bods for socind hnnd
goods or all srados, such ns wood or
Iron beds. L. D. MASON,
Mm. Tho Second-Hnnd Man.
Tho Wilson hot blast coal stove,
no other quite so good. For salo
only by Noblo Hros. 27
m FVACELL MILLSEIZVATOR CO.M
fl PURCELL, I.T.
Stamped on a box Guar.
antrces Shoe (piality
the home of
ui jioyh nun uina. iuu
in buy i tic Shoes from
The Shoe Man. i
U. S. (lrnli.im.
: : BND. TER- t
Farm and Ranch to Rent,
l'Nnir nnd one-half sections of pas
ture land, 2r0 acres of farm land,
plenty of water. Improvements "on
sisl of fencing, barns two tonant
hoiisoe and one lU-room dwelling
costing ?r,()00. Will rent for ono, two
or throe years. Price fl.no por acie
for form land. Pasture to bo agreed
Wo have listed with us three desir
able brick business houses, well lo
cated, on Main street. They aro list
ed at I'oasouablo figures and If you nro
looking for a good Investment he
sure and investigate this
Five Years' Farm Lease.
000 acres for sale cheap or will ex
tLange for city property.
The Redficid Agency,
Real I-stnte, Rents, Loans.
Phone mi. ARDHORU, I, T
BROWN & BRIDGMAN,
UHDEDTAKCnS AMD M
lhive moved into the new
building next to Postoflice
and have opened up an up-to-date
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
Ardmore Fuel Yard
Coal and Wood.
2o it Street S. W. Phone 310.
L. C LkSUKK, Prop'r.
Tho very best at
17- m .;. h. PUUH'S.
The World's St-ind-ard
of a good Flcur.
Tyler & Simoson