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t .;. .;. . .. .;. .5. .;. .;. .j. 4. .;. .;. ,j. .j. . a .;. .j. .j. .j. .5. .;. .;. A HAPny HRISTMA3. ' 1,11- M iihon of the oar when Christmas 1 111 the air. when t-i-ry one striving to mako every 0110 else happy, I tlo8lr? to ox prt my appreciation for a year or genen.UB business ami wih the Iron hand of fate to withhold ovory disappointment from my custo mers and Implore the patron saint 1,. visit you with a xencrou sup ply of prosperity. During the year 1 have kept a remarkably clean and tompltito slock of the beat things In groceries, and niy efforts have not been without reward. Tuo volume of business has even surpassed my expectations and among my holiday resolutions Is 0110 to keep even a boltiir stock It possible and' use every laudable cfTott to double my business during the next year. , I will mako It to your Interest to trade wltti me during the year, 19 04. With many yisbes for a happy. Christmas, I am yours most re spoctfuily, J. B. SMART, v.i. Nearest Grocery Store to the P.ostofllc?. . Blank Books at TTTTTTTVTT V V Cut Prices. We iind that we are carrying too large a stock of blank books for the needs of this community and while this is the season when there is the greatest demand for them, we want to unload as much as possible before taking inventory. To make it an object for you to buy all your blank books here and now we will 'Bell an item of this" line in our stock at ONE-THIRD OFF. for the next fifteen days. Better look up your needs present and prospective, and take ad vant age of this clearance sale to get blank books at rock-bottom prices. J f J. RAMSEY, Druggist. f COR. MAIN AND CADDO 'PHONE 30 X Our business residenco In Ardinorn has been very brief, but during thai short tlino wo havo formed many warm friendships In tho city and en rolled many of your best pooplo as customers. Wo exfend to you tho greetings of tho soasoh and wish for you a scries of holidays whoso pleas ures shall be unalloyed. If ytou have work In the plumbing line to do we shall bo glad to flguro with you, as suring you that when we have done your work you shall have no cause for regret. 20-5 COLEMAN PLUMBING CO. I A fine line of cigars for Christmas smoking at Kahn's. 20-5 Fresh line of midwinter millinery al Miss Russell Shlnholser's. 22-3 I Havo a stalk Held upon which I will pasture ten head of horses or cat tle from now until March. Apply JOB BASTIN, l!2-2t. City Fish" Market Your best girl will novcr bo disap pointed when her Christmas remem branco comes from Kahn's. 20-5 I will sell you cakes for the holidays cheaper '.hap you can balco thiui. 20-5 J. If. SPEIULE. Miss Russell Shinholser Is conven- ItiiUy located and well prepared to wait on the millinery customors. Call and see her. ??-3 Genuine china goods, olther in open tock or sots nice enough for a beau tiful Christmas present or New Year's gift at NOLAND & ROLLINS. Kahn is the candy man. 20-1 Ail goods sold, engraved freo of ctrargo at 18-tf BULARD'S. Kineht. Christmas boxes ever in the city at Kahn's 20-5 Tli os o handsome carving sets at Wil liams, Corhn & Co's, are an Ideal Christmas present. Something nice and good in vases, suitable for holiday prosonts at NOLAND & ROLLINS. ONLY THE 4$ fl Hatjclsorrje lirje of s and Holiday boods u JUst received at N. COLEMAN'S 4 T. 4K Dealer in Season's Greeting. The most successful year of our en gagement hero In tho photograph bus! ness is Just drawing to a close. We wish to extend to each of our custom ers our heart-felt thanks for their pat' ronago during this year and wish for them a merry Christmas and a happy Now Year. Wo also extend an Invita tion to all our old as well as riew cus tomer's to call at our studio and see tho finest pictures known to the trade, the collodlo carbon, which the art critics havo failed to find any fault thereto, Remember tho plnce, remem ber the name. COLE & JENKINS, 20-.-I Over Ardmoro Nnt'l Bank. Go to Bulard's for diamonds. 18-tf Get Mnraton to put tho piers under your house, 25c a foot. Mm, Our engraviag departuout is pre pared to do all your holiday work In faultless -style. NOLAND & ROLLINS. Tho crown of holiday happiness con slsts in having your tnblo supplied with an abundance of good filings to eat. If you hovo not already mado this provision for. the holidays wo are propared to supply you with good, wholesome groceries. Wo extend thanks to our customors tor their trkdo during tho year and wish for thorn a merry Christmas. Wo woul llko to havo a share of your trndo dur ing tho year 1004. 20-5 ' A. A. BAILEY. Ardmoro Nursory phone C9. 241m Those guns at Williams, Coihn & Co's. havo been reduced in prlco until you won't miss tho amount required to purchase. Come In and exnmlno tho stock. Meeting of Elks. Regular meeting of Elk lodge will' bo held in Elk hall Friday evening at 8 o'clock. A. W.'DUNILUf. E. R. R. L. SANDERS, See. Tho frei) dinner for the poor and Christmas treo will bo given at 218. Main street by tho Salvation Army. A A A A A BEST J to to to to to to to to to to to Pure Drugs. TERMINATED FATALLY. Ntung Jickson. Who Was Thrown From Horse Sunday, Dies. Special I'hone to the Ardinonite Woodford. I. T. Dee. 23. McUtlil Jackson, who was thrown from n horse hen- Sunday and badly hurl, died yesterday as a result of his In juries. The decenned was a young man about 21 years of age. ROBBERY NEAR LAVERTY. A Couple From Chlckashn Accused. No Arrests Made; A young man about 20 years' old who I" suppose! to haw come from Chick-ut-hiv robbed a famfl)' by the name of Sclby, living near l.averty, of $15 a short time ago. He stopped at the Selby homo In the morning and learned that the money was In the house, later he went on to Cement nnd teturned and com mitted tho robbery in the night. Afters ettlngt he money he returned t; Cement nnd spent the night. A woman a?oul his age or slightly older accompanied him from this city nud was with him at Cement where he registered at the hotel as W. C. I .a mont. He has not been apprehended. A couple of somewhat the same de scription were charged with shoplllt Ing hero last week. Tho woman vn arrested but the man madu his es-cf-po wllli tho stolen property. No trace has been found of tho man and tho woman was discharged for want of evidence agalust her. It is probable that the same ouuplo are the culprits of both crimes.-- Chleknsha Telegram. All persons having contributions for the free dinner and Christmas tree lor the poor that have not Ikmmi called upon by the Salvation Army corps, please bring to 21S Main street. The grand Jury took a roceori today at noon until Monday, when they will resume operations again. Col. .1. E. Humphrey will put upon bin property, corner C street and Sec ond avenue, southwest, in the near fu ture, a handsome two-story residence with eight or ten rooms. The colonel says ho will use the artificial stone made by the Arllllelal Stone anil Con struction company. At the Jail. Deputy Martin arrested Bill Owens, colored, this morning in Ardmoro, charging him with carnal knowledge with n female under UJ years old. He is now in jail. J. F. Scales and Jim Lett wero brought in from the Western district on a writ of removal by Deputy Adams. Scales was charged with conspiracy, while l.ott was charged with assault to 'kill. A light rain fell this morning and the ground was getting to Im a little muddy at noon today. Seu the city of Tarsus. See the city of Rome. See the storm ,and toruado. See the tomb of Cleopatra. At the cpera house tonight. Luella Morey as Cleopatra, the Nile Queeu, tonight. IF YOU WANT ! SOMETHING Good to Eat! (10 TO 'You must have Fruitcake For Chfistinus. We have the finest ever made in Artl-rnoi-e. Also a great varietj of nil kinds of cakes. Out stock of I Fine Candies j I Can uot be suri)nsHt'il. We I iuvite.you to call and soe our 4 Christmns display of kooiI 4 things to eat bv SOLOMON, I Tfe Raker. t Solomons Bakery. SECURES THE MERCHANTS" CASH PRIZE. $:ao Fli.nl Count Made at Close of Business Yesterday The Voting Has Been ".Lively and Interesting. The Result. The lollowlug Is tJitl rinnP count lr Uie merchants' $300 cash .eontestt Benovolunt Association 153,53". Cemetery Association 335,12' M U. Church 121,10' First Baptist Church 32.S21 W. O. W 25,712 Masonic Orphan' Homo 15.213 CITY NATIONAL BANK A. II PALMER, Cashier. Referees LEE CRUCE, W. (' BAKER. Episcopal Church. Krldii) 2.1th being Christians day th usual ChiHtmas service will bo held in St. Philip's church on -that day and at 11 in the niornlug. The usual Christmas celebration for the Sunday school children will bo held at the churcll on Thursday afternoon about I o'clock. Tho committees on decorations will plcaso meet at tho church Thursday morning at 10 o'clock promptly. FRED A. .IUNY, Pastor. Gold nnd gold-filled watches Flat ware of tho best grados. Seth Thom as doelts, rings and novelties at I. ROGER'S 1C-3 Tho Watchmnker. Fireworks In profusion at ICnhu's. :o-; Sou Marston's , cemetery curbing at Artificial Stono works. 9-m. PERSONAL MENTION. D. II. Lester Is here from Tishomin go. O. II. Eppstulu Is In the city from benlson. A.'D. Hyde came In yesterday from Uraham. J. L. Potts came up last night from Denisou. ' x W. L. Ilyrd, dr.. Is in the city from Marietta. Sam J. Davis came up last nlghl from MeKInney. S. R. Tolbert Is spending the day with Ardmoro friends. J. 11. Herrell Is in Tlie city tills af ternoon from Oklahoma Citf. Momou Prlett and Frank Vaughn wero here today from Pauls Valley. John Olive Is working Wynnewood and Davis this week in the Interest of the Ardmoielte. J. R. Green of Mannsvllle came in today to get some Christmas goods and Bee a big city. Russell Zlke Is at home for Christ mas firm Little Rock, where he hns been attending school. Dudley Hardy returned yesterday lrom Norman where ho has been at tending fiio Oklahoma University. R. A. Cromer will leave tomorrow morning for Paris, Texas, where ho will spend Christmas with his parents. Mrs. M. E. Spurgeon returnod yes- ttrday from .Murphy, Trtxns, where she went to attend the funurai of her niece. Miss Willie Urcen, who has lieen attending school at I.lhurty. Mo will return heme tonight to spend the holidays. Will Pyeatt came in yesterday from Chicago where he went on business. H reportH some extremely cold weather In that city. P. J. anil It. F. Wilkes havo return e lrom .Midway wnoro tnoy nave neon building houses for the coal company. They will remain here now. MlfcH I.llllo Lowensteln, who bas in en spending the fall at Mailetta came in yesterday and will remain here for tho balance of the season S. T. Thompson, a prominent truck farmer of this city, accompanied by his wife, left yesterday for Brownsville, Ttxns, where they will spend tin Christmas holidays. Miss Mary Carr, who lius been nt lending school at the Oklahoma 17 nl vi rslty of Nu'innn, O T . is Fp n lln the hull. lays with ber parents 1ki Di. nnd Mrs S. S. Carr .1. McCarty, tiaveling an. lit r 01 tl 1'1'Ihco voad of Kansas Cll w u the city yesterday i-he King ' av.ent. He was surprised to find L.i amount of bimliiesH being 'Ion 'm tli l''iiwo from this point Velio Sugg hn.i teturned iroi. Stillwater, Ok., where he was ntt nd ihg the A. and M. College, and will si end Christmas with his friends a.rt lelatlves of this city. Pine Candles At the lowest prices at 23-2 E. II. PWill'S. !iv A" W W. H. Qwyn. Insure GWYN & GRAHAM GENERAL INSURANCE riiey represent the Oi.dkst nd Bkst Fiuf. Iavk and Accidknt Companies in tho world. Call and sec us, in the NOBLE BUILDING. ... .USE Plansifter Flour Because it is the best and made at home by Whaley Mill and Elevator Company. .j. 4. .j. .j. .j. . 4. THE EAST SIDE RESTAURANT The best placo In towu to get the GENUINE ' FRENCH DRIP COFFEE. ;- Meals at all Hours. 5- Phone 21 1. KATIE WILLIAMS. Prop. ! The tlii8t Cnllforuin fruits ever the city at Kahn's. 'J For orders lu head drest) see ho! Ber. holiday n:as 1 Miss Russc-ll elude Has Been a Favorite. During tho glad holidays we wish for ovory patron of the Ardmoro Steam Dye Worksa merry Christmas. You have been exceptionally generous In your patronage and i.'ir house now is full of orders. May n'dhing mar your happiness or Interfere with your piospeiity, and may yoi during an other year make the Ardmoro St am Dye Works your favorite place to have your work done. L. F. BURTON, Prop. 20-5 North Washington Street. City Mission. The. City Mission has been opened atJ02 enddo street. Religious ser- vices every evening nt 7:30 o'clock. Iho players of all good people nro de sired. Contributions of any kind will be klnd'y accepted to assist us In our work. MR. and MRS. S. 11. STONE. 1847 18-tf knives and forks nt $3.50 at BULAHU'S, Kahn for holiday candy. Deputy Ben Collins came In yesler day 'aftornoon from Fox, having In charge one Joo Qrlshum charged with assault to kill a boy by tho name of Jones about a month ago out about Fox. He was committed to Jail Cold 2-tf and silver head umbrellas at BULARD'S. Subscrlbo for tho Ardmo.reite M PUllCELLMItWEIIVATORO. H WHOLESALE Christmas Foot Wear Is all right, so says Sniitn Clans, when It comes from Lynn'.i. Ills Shoes, Slip pers, lite, In point of style nnd durablll ty, are tm.Mirpasscd, and In fit and com fort are unapproachable iv nnv other. s gift of a pair of nice Shoes or elegant Slippers is sure to bo npprcciatf d and doubly so if the good hear our name. Ladles' f elt Sllppcra.. $i and $1.50 Mce House Slipper's for Hen $1.50 LYNN, The Shoe Man U. S, (Iroliam. Your Property With WANTED! To buy safe. medium or smoll-slzod iron TO RENT, Seven-room dwelling, good location, McLlsh avenue and Scott nlreot, S. W. Four-room d.wclllng, barn, storm house, Eighth avenuo and B street, N. E The IRoilfieZrii Ageiscyf Real llstflte, Rents, Loans, Phone 121. ARDMORO. I. T. mas Present For Men Only A box of "ULUO" CIGARS cost but $2 00 and wlll be a nice prcsnnt for your friend. It is made at homo nrfiTIs the BUST. For sale nt all Cigar Mores. o Factory 216 Main Street The "Katy" Girl A lirautlful Jilctuto In :ulur (nltli out ndvor- inlng), on plutuiianar, sult nblo for (ruinlnir. MakpH ua apiiro printo llolldny (lift. Kent tiny where on roculut nl lo. OIIOROU AlORTON, fk'iirral 1'asR, AKont M. K. AT. It'. IloxOll. HT. I.Oi:iH, MO. Ardmore Fuel Yard, WOOD and! GOAL, L. C. LeSUKH, Prop. 420 it Street N. W. Phone jio. The World's Srmd- 1 r ara 01 a jfOO'i r lour Tvler & Simoson Company, DISTRIBUTORS.