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nke if tu Breakfast Bell Specially ! JAVA and MOCHA, ? I ! 1 and 2 pound cans, price 35c per pound. I Old Government Java and Mocha, pounds cans, price Hli'c per pound. Broadway ! Pound Cartoon 20 c, : Also n full I'll- i' I'Ulk uoods V nr- hv ugfuts for X th-j N.-w York ''offt-i- o Tli-flnPstKo.il "D -ti'l o t iis J comitrv Try 1 1: in M. T. FELKER. - X"K - WANT COLUMN. Advertisements under this Head will bo received at the rats of flvo (5) centa per lino. No advertisement rcelved for less than fifteen (15) csnts. Special monthly rates fur nlBhcd on application. Ths notlc may contain any matUr ot "Lost," 'Tound," "For Kent," "For Sale," "Stolen," "Strayed," or asy pur;vK without dleplny line. WANTED. WANTBDpive cash boys. Apply Baltimore Itacket Store Wednesday or oarly Thursday morning. WANTED A mule teacher for four or five months' school. Addresa School Trustees, Itlk, I. T. 7-lt WANTI2D Alive eel. Will pay well for its delivery at the Ardmorelte olllee. 1-dftw-tf WANTKD Five experienced sales men. Apply Baltimore Hncltot Store Wednesday or early Thurs day mornlnr. "WANTED Twenty sales ladies. Ap ply Baltimore Jtackot Storo Wed nesday or oarly Thursday morning. WANTED To trade twenty head of good stock cattlo for Ardmoro prop erty. Leave word- at this ofllco or so S. T. Thompson. lC-lm FOR SALE. l'OH. SALE All my household goods cither as a wholo or as desired. Will bo sold cheap for cash. Call at Cll B street, N. W., between 9 ?nd 12 a. m. or 2 and 5 p. m. B. S. McPhcr son. 8tf FOR SALE A complete set of shelv-1 lng, counters and storo fixtures. All modem. Wclsa Bros. Ctf TOIt SALE Four-room house, lot 100.3C7 foot. Good well of wator, barn and young orchard. A bar gain if sold la fifteen days. Call at 91C C street, southeast., or' address Box -KJ2, Ardmoro, I. T. 2-15t FOR SALE A good pony team. Ai ply Sidney Suggs. 2E-tf FOR SALE A phaeton, good as new. A big bargain. Apply Ardmorelte office. ' 22 roil SALE A good blcyclo with coaster-brake. Good as new. Apply Ardmorolto ofllco. FOR SALE A blacksmith shop, with tools comprising a good outfit. Ad dress J. B. Mills, Glenn, I. T. 10-lm FOR SALE Ono 2a H-P Houston, HtHnwood & Gamble side craaic en gine. Ono 30 H-P bollor, sarao make. Outfit oomploto and flrst-claes in uvory particular. In uso two years good as sow Will sell cheap for cash. Call at Cold Storage. M. ZUCKERMAN, 10-lm. Ardmore, I. T. ). SECURITY VS. f 1 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 T. N. Coleman's Drug Tb's Mjviuble reputation is but tlie (limit result ot ( nt' ptiingluk'mi! i.nrfi'iiluo.ss oohct;n)inK.lbtiulri ot rj na!i J nix' work, niifl cur habit of tuwajs niviriK the lowest oris on oveiytlfiiiR , . - f U - vnur tti.1icr n.-ol tu f i II vein w i'l HKt Selected : 'S- FOR SALE CHEAP A comp'.oto out fit consisting of a 25 H-P boiler, a 20 H-P engine, a 20-Inch corn mill, a com and cob crusher, togothcr with all shafting, pulleys, bolting, etc., ready for business. See George M. Wayland, mannger, of Wnylaad Ma chinery company, Ardmoro, 1. T. 7-tf FOR SALE My homo place, 1iousj of flvo rooms, two lots, gcod orch ard, burn nnd fences. 903 N. Caddo. A bargain, cash or terms J. II. Smithor. 7-6. FOR RENT. FOR RENT A brlek store room on Main street, second door from cor ner east of Ardmore National bank. Apply to-A. C. Youtuc or at U. S. dork's office. 7-tf. FOR RENT targe, nice furnished rooms. Second door south of opera hcor. Mrs. M. G. Cromer, -t.fsw FOR ItHNT A sixToom hor.s ono block ot Flint ward school building. Apply W. R. Itoborts, city assessor's ofllco. 35-tf FOR RENT One eiht-room" house and one four-room house. Good lo cation. R. W. Dick. 30-tf LOST. LOST Ilotween Uroek and Choctaw depot nt Ardmoro small box of frolght. Address Dr. Coyngton, Stuart, I. T. Finder please return to Ardmorolto olnco. 9dw LOST A pacl;age of notes and n re ceipt book. Of no valuo to the llnd or. Roturn to our olflco and got roward. Mullen & Mullen. 30-tf Cotton Mill Sold. Over at Tishomingo considerable In terost I being manifested lu the wilo of Uio plaut of the Tl6homlngo Cotton Oil company, to be made on tho 15th Instant by Special Commissioner John ton, and It Is' expected the plant will sell for a good sum. All macalnery nnd tho entire plant is now and has been run but a 'short timo. It is ex- pected that quite a sum wil. bo real- Ued for tho Bank of tho Chickasaw Nation as tho mill had secured largo sums from this institution. Free Lecture. There will bo a free lectuic at the Broadway Methodist church toulglit at 7:30 o'clock by Miss Bonnell, who has recently returned from Japan, where she was sent a a missionary. MIs Uonncll ha Japanese cos tumes, curios and many Interesting thlnga who picked up In that far away liuid which she will exhibit to you tonight and explain to you fully those pooplo's ways and modes of Ih lng. Remember it Is free. At 7.30 o'clock, Broadway Methodist church. J. II. SPolglo has not sold his bal; ery but la Btlll at tho samo Rtnud to furnish you with the finest bread and cakes and pasUy oheapw than you van baka Uiom. 6-C UNCERTAINTY i J Store i J : : PERSONAL MENTION. -1- '' ! 'ni'i Noble went to Mai'"i i.m1 D. .1. Jamcn la here from Dun-can. Cal Stewart came up today rrom ! Holder. A. M. Norwood 1 In tlie olty from HoneyOrovo, J. .1. Jackson Is lu the city from Georgia prospecting. Col. A. V. Doak loft bote today on h huslupm trip to Iurcell. UnlttM States CommlMionor Pfelf for Ik In tho city from Purcoll. M. M. Morrow, representing tho St Lou In Globe-Democrat, l in tho olty. Dr. W. A. Darling of Hewitt was In the city today on hl way to Tlr n-.Ingo. Ayltner Mrore loft this afternoon for Cleburne to do some work on the Santa Fo rond. Mrs. T. W. White and little sou. Jack, have muriHMl from n two weeks' visit to Fort Worth. Sidney Suggs and wife left toikty for Memphis and other points east. They will be gene about ten dnys. L. Klmmons, who has been over about Ada, returned yesterday and left again today for Mill Creek. W. J. Moore and little daughters, Mabel and Corn, wore In the city shop ping for tho holidays from Itavla.. Mm. M. J. Parkor returned home today after spending ten dnys visiting relatives In Sherman and Grayson county. .1. (J. Nix left today for Wills Point. Texas, on logal business nnd will n turn nbout the 22d for opening of dis trict court. Miss Mamie Balrd, who' hag conduct e.l a millinery business in this city for several season, departod today for her heme at Wlnfleld, Kan. Miss Balrd has been very successful In ier business and she 1ms a host of friends and customers here who wish for her return next season. Mrs. J. II. Bulard and ohr daughter, Mrs. Ida Bean, arrived In the city on the early train this morning from lake Vlbon, Minn, Mrs. Rulard is in her Slth year and Is the venerable mother of Mr. A. A. llul&rd of Uils city. She and her daughter will remain here during tho winter with her son. Street and dreg bats at reduced prices this week at Miss Collins' S-3t Presbytery cf Washita. Convenes at the First Presbyterian church tomorrow night. Pronchlng services will begin at 7:30 to which all are Invited. CHAS. C. WE1TII. Pastor. See Marston's comotory curbing at Artificial Stono works. !-m. First Quarterly Conference. Next. Sunday and Monday the Meth odists will hold their first quarterly conference this year at tho Broadway Methodist church. Presiding Elder A. N. Averytt will preach the opening Mormon. For your atnno work see ilaiton. Ho Is never underbid. 9 lm. You are respectfully Invited to tako dinner, consisting of turkey and cran berry sauce and many othor good things, with tho ladies of the Metho dist church for tlie small sum of 25c, December 12, nt the ltandol building, West Main street. S-i Ardmore Nursery phone C9. 2-1-1 m Don't disappoint. w. We are ex pecting you to attend the Bazaar and tako dinner with us December 12, at the Randol building. S-l THE METHODIST LA IDES. Get Marhtcn to put the pier. under your house. 25c a foot. 'i-lm. For Sale. The AArdmoro Carriage company offer every carriage, buggy and wagon In their house nt cost, or will trade for horsen and mules. Opposite the Morgan hotel. 9-c A caucus of tho Ardmore club wo men who are opposed to secession of Indian Territory clubs Is cnlled to meet at thu Cumberland Presbyterian cliureli tomorrow (Thursday) nt 9:30 u m.. sharp. Sons Will Meet. Tho Sons of Confedornto Veterans will moot at tho city hall Sunday af ternoon at 1:30. It is important that all membors of Camp Sam Davis bo present. BURET DUNLAP, Com. HAROLD WALLACE, Adjt. Happenings at Davis. Jim Kelly loft today for Hennepin, Homer and Tatnms to visit his cous ins. Dr. Hale and W. G. Barnus made a business trip to Sulphur Tuesdny. Will Powors' llttlo girl Is quite sick with slow fover. We are uuttlnir nulto a. Im nt onitrm and prlc0H are good. Somo of Uie farmers rocelvod as high as 13 cent por pound. R. G. Pafln of Tussy" was u lucky one to seciiro tho abovo prlco. ASPHALT FOR MAIN STREET. Ma i and Ciddo Selected S'Ve Property Owners Will Pave. The iiy bos at opted the offer Jf J 8. Downnni ami will have the Inti .action ot M.iut nnd CuUilo stieet paved with nihnltum. A. O. Hil vards gave tl.e ity grados nt ih plaie nnd Mr. Downard will put In the (wpiiultum Just us soon as the excavat ing can be done and tho material pi need. In nddltloti to this muiplo of work Captain Whlttlngton told us this morn ing Unit he expeetcd to have tho street paved In front of his property, which Is 77 fot front. Wo aro told that It. Hardy, II. C. Pott erf, guardlnu for the Flow property (Jake's store) and A. J. Fcstor of the Ardmoro Racket store, all opposite the Whlttlngton hotel pioporty, have expressed n wlllingnuss t; have their half paved. It Is to be hoped that other property owners ad Joining will have tho street Hived lu iront of their property nnd let the good work go on up tho line. Ardmoio needs one good street in.. I csn secure the liest street ever mndo for a sum of money far les than soino cltlos pay for inferior material. Cnllodlo-Carbon photographs, the latest In art work, nnd Webb has trie pleasure of Introducing the first lu Uio Indian Territory. You should see Webb for your flno Ninas photon, fit: Amusement. "The Runaway Wife," a four-act com edy drama, exquisitely staged nnd handsomely producod. is the oponlng bill announced for Thursday night at Uio Roblsou oera house, this being Uio first ot Uiree performances to be given by Uio Irving French company. a high class popular priced nttractlon playing threo night stand excluslvcb with change of bill nightly. "The Runaway Wife" is described a refreshing and gratifying depait ure from the steraotyiietl and time worn style of comedies. Inasmuch as It presents something entirely new nnd original, and above all It Is a co herent plot, and the fun evolved by tlu many humorous situations is pure a: wholesome, tho kind that leaves pleas ant memories. The play Is full to overflowing with musical and dancing specialties mid novel sonographic effects, promising one of Uie most delightful nnd success ful attractions of the season. Prices Lie, 26c nnd 36e. I-idlos free Thurs day night only If accompanied by Uie holder of cue 36e ticket. Seats now oi sale. Remember the date and place of the Metliodlst Bazaar and dinner In comber 12 at the Handol building. 8-1 Coming. Perhaps one of the most Important o(' the theatrical offerings for this sea son Is tho Uiree nights engagement of Uie Irving French company at tho RoblKon opera house, commencing Thursday night. Much In the way of merit Is claimed for this company and Its record of unprecedented Miccessoa extending over a period of eight years would seem to Justify tho sweeping account Uint It is Uio most popular price company In thin section of the country. The bill underscored for Thursday night is a comedy drama entitled "Tho Runaway Wife," which, with the wealth of special scenery carried for this production, a caste whoso number of familiar uamcH assures Its ade quacy, and the introduction of numer ous and novel specialties, ought to test the numerical capacity of the house. PrleoH 15, 25 anil 35 centB. IjkIIoh free when accompanied by the holder of ono 35 cent ticket. Local Market Report. The cotton market opened this mornlntr unchanged nnd soon wont up a little, closing steady and down. Lint cottxin sold for 11.50 to 11.75 white seed cotton brought from 3.75 to .1.85. The ncelptu today aro light, not over CO bales being marketed. Election of Officers. Ardmore C'-mmandory No. a elect- 1 the followln officers last 'onday night: Gninvlllo Hodges, eminent commander: W. F. Brown, captain general ; R.W. Dick, prelate; P. O. Bingham, S. W.j J. T. CoIetnnn,.J. W.; C. L. Ryrno, recorder. Today has been one of the most dis agreeable of the seasoiu A Htroiin. blustery wind from the north brought down upon us clouds of sand nnd dust ' which put every bousowlio In town In ui.pleasuiit humor. Rescord Brcnklno Verdict, lluvk, Wux., Doc. 8. In the dlrtrb t court today the world's icrurd wi: broken lis Uio irliil or A'lon Brown fir criminal asunult' and burglary. Tho Jury gave him 1.000 years for criminal acsault ami anothor Jury gave him iveniy-iivo Vinrs for burglary or a private rosIdoiK'o. Tho thousand years', vorjllet caso.ini fur an known. is unprocodoiited, but tho district at torney nskedi- for It itul tho jury re-sponded. k ? Y V I fl v R - Ui r . 1 1: is store in the home ot t Good Sound Wearable Shoes i t $ -v e,.lil w. aHiot-i Ncit oiid Urcssy Shoes for Women nnd MiBses ' J hi (1 Si l-dl'otwi in-for Scliool Boys nnd Girls. Yon J ''t,i in ike mistake in btivitiK Shoes from I ItTISr7 The Shoe Man. f i- .? W. fl. (hvyn. ure Sos GWYN & GRAHAM GENERAL INSURANCE They represent the Oi.dkst and Hicst Firk, Lipk and AiciniCNT CotupnnicM in the world. Call ;ind see us, in the NOBLE BUILDING. ....USE Piaiisifter Heeausc it is the best and made at home by Whaley Mill and Elevator Company. OYSTERS AND HOT CHOCOLATE CHRISTMAS BOXES AND BASKETS WORTH $1,000. No Matter What Your Tastes Are. You Can Be pleased at Kalin'i. Still Serving Popular Drinks and His Parlors Crowded. The most delightful holiday goods In the city are at Julius Ia;in' -.-f Uonory. He has nlmost ?1 ,i'i in vi-sted In line Christmas bo:e. a. ne. Tin' collection Is tho most Senut-fiil ever seen iinywlieiv. No . 'i:it ou desire lu tho way of a fine Christ mas box or basket of candy you tax find It at this popular storo. Mr. Kahn's fountain Is also lu rull blast and Uie carbonated drlnk-i Mint lutvo mado his store ftunoim ar-' ulll being served. Ills parlors are lllled with the oli:o o the city. Thoy. aro tho only parl-irs In the city whore with perfect linpun Ity you may take your lady frlonds. Hero you are served oysters or ho, chocolate prepared after the inert popular manner. For the most jiopuliir drinks go to Rutin's fountain. For oysters and hot chocolut" go In Knhu's parlor. For tho flm.'Ht California fruits and Christmas candies go to Knhu's con Icctlonery. O. Bates Is giving 10 per cent of his hales to tho Sunday school children'. See his projKMltlon in tills paper. LOST REWARD OFFERED. Lost, a packago of notos nnd a re ceipt book. Of no valuo to Under, lte tirrn to our olllco and got rownrd. 2-tf. JIULLKN & MULLKN Chicken Feed. Tho verj' best nt 17-m 13. II. PUdH'S. Ardmore Fuel Yard, WOOD ancS COAL, L. C. LcSUKB, Prop. 430 U Street N V Phone m. i, , nunc .110. FURCELlHIUJELSVATOn CO PUR CELL, I.T. m I kvSM 3 WHOLESALE! """PC-don alioCiL.r J anttccH Shoe quality Unsurpassable. f U. S. (irnli.im. Your Property Vith i4 2 Flour COAUGATE COMING CITY. Improvements During the Past Year Year Show Wonderful Dcvslopment. Special to the Ardmorelte. Coalgate, I. T.. De S. The Denvr Mnld mid (liilf railroad Is now nego tiating wlUi the view of making Coal gate one of her objective points, nnd It looking up some coal Interests for that purpose in and around Coalgate. Somo monlod men from Missouri wore hero the oUier day looking up a prospect for putting In nn electric light plant nt this placo, and whllo wo Coalgato pcoplo need a plant of that kind badly and will liberally support It, yet wo cannot afford to buy and build a plant for them and turn It over to thorn to oporato nnd pay them for so doing. The right kind of propo sition will bo kindly nnd liberally con- sldered by our people. The Improvements for Coalgate fu the last twelve months has been some thing wonderful. Wo have built l.iMiu houses, added another railroad to our list, Increased our population from' 3,000 to over 11,000, built about twon ty ono and two story brick and stone buildings, graded our streets, added a splendid system of public schools, and are still Improving the Pittsburg of the Southwest. LOST REWARD OFFERED. Lost, n packago of notos and a re colpt book. Of no vnluo to finder, lie- turn to our olllco and got roward. 2-tf. JIULLKN &. JIULLKN The best Jllshourl soft wheat goeo Into Arm &iHnmnior Hour. Dread mndo from It Is a po3ltlvo luxury. Sold only by Sklpworth. c-3 Pennington Gro. Co. SBL.I.S TUB FAMOUS ELD0 :: CIGAR MAOK IN AIIDMOKK. Vt Li, ;. ... w WWWW W W WWWi'i'lSWW i ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... vavfiVjtvjtwvjt 'Jit 'Jii it'J!nt'JiH9itw I'he Worli.i's Stan 1- rd of a Qfi)od F! m ur yler & Sinioson . Goiiipany, EAD DISTRIBUTORS.