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, . 4. i. .5. .5. 0. IS. Hoyor l hero from Davis. Waiter Art iter Is In tin- ,,,v f' " Mfullll. V. N. Carson eiinio over yesterday from Mudlll. H. Pennington loft yuBteriluy im port WorUi on business. Misses Bonnie anil i.it IVrtt i mc 1 mi Ming fri'nds at Mailt . Otto Bynu'm or ItavtA ihIIch!' his motnor at this place Uuiitiiii i. Kd HlnRfir tamo down Irom Sulphur i! ml spent Christmas with his family. 8. M. Torbatt Is hero Irotn Ail spending tho holidays with bis f.iiiill). A. J. Poster Is In Texas on a bus!-, ness trip. Ho will return nest Tups day: Mrs. 0. 1'. Van In Wichita. Kan.. l)mil)rtc lia; none to spend the holi days. Mra. Htnniu William. lytu.Micd n 'n tiuluesvllle Thursday 'o stipend a vn ei.Iioa. O. A. Gaffoid lull yesterday Mr Dallas to spend Christina with friends. Miss Minnie Prashor of (ijiiienvllle ir npendlnp tho holidays with her rrlonds. Jim and Tonnlo Morris from Chili collie, Texas, nro visiting relatives Ir tho cltA Miss Fay Uurnltt departed yesterday on a two weeks' visit with friend In Kort Worth. Mrs. Cams Addlugton of Wapu nucka Is in Uio city Uie guest of Miss lA'im Gardcnhlro. II, U. Dal ton or tho Crown Bottling Works left : esterdny -in a huflnrs tilp to .-: .'a. '""-.xp Tom and Cortcz Prcnsloy left Thurs dnj night lo" Duncan to spend Chilst- mas wltl their mother. Tom Boyd of Ciiicknshu, and a con Htant reader of tho Ardmorolto. was In tbo city yesterday. Mr and Mrs. Kd BurnlU of D.x.las aro In tho city visiting their son. W It. Humid of this city. Miss Bell, a teacher In tho city schools, in spending tho holidays with hero parents In (Jalnesvlllo. James Wallaco Is spending the holi days with his mother, Mrs. H. K. Wal lace, at Valley View, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald from K1 Heno aro hero spcndliig the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. Ho Blake of Green vllle, I. T aro spending tho holidays In Ardmoro with friends and relatives Mrs. Jo P. Williams Is entertain ing Mrs. Knight and her daughter from tho Choctaw Nntlonal School at Hugo. Mrs. G. AI. PshrMgo oi -Vy.innv .vl i in tho city spoodlng in .Wid lya with her pafenu Hew and .Mr; J I.. e-Vler. H. j. DoBorry and Miss Dolllo Todd of Hewitt were In tho city yosc.'rday ind celebrated Chilstmas by gcttlnr married. Tom Norman left yesterday : r Conleate to eat dinner wltn his wlfo and baby, who are spendln,: .u boll days there. Mrs. Margaret Douglas, who has boon visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bolt! McDonald at HI Bono, has returned homo again. Mrs. Nellie Worthei.. .v' nas been t i the city the iirest of Mi i Mn:''a Keller, has returned to her home at TV ynnowood. Mrs. Bessie IoGraudo Is here from Melanoma City v'sltlng her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. A. I). Hooper, r.o.l 0 street, northeast. D, IX. Uodncld and wile lelt last Ardmore National ARUMORU, INI). TUR Capital Stock and Additional Liability, : : : : : $200,000.00 Largest of any lin ill- In the Chickasaw Nation. We accept small and large accounts and conduct a General Banking Business for you. DIRECTORS. C. R. Smith, President. 0. M. Campbell, Vice-Pres. list Okuck, GnBhier. Q. W. Young, Stookumu J.O. TnoMreoN. Attornev. ONLY THE BEST ft - qfi (? Hai7dsorr)e liie of polls and Holiday Go just received ai T. N. COLEMAN'S Stealer in 9 Wednesday evening for Cisco, Tex as, where they will speud the holidays tith their daughter. H. V. Wr.lverton Is In the city from Mnnusvllle. Phillip A. Hrrion of Monko!-? Is visiting In the city. Mltta Bessie BHgleharger or this city Is spending the holldoys In South Mc Alester. Walter Madden of Dciuson. Tcvir. In here spending the Holiday", with hi parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Tue r spent .iundiiy with Mrs. Tuel.or's parent Mi and . Mrs. Stllwell at Idnd-jay. .Mr. and Mrs. L. 1a Blake wont to Tishomingo yesterday afternoon to lg.it with their daughter, Mrs. Tom ' .niluilii. Chns. Stowt, Jr.. and his brother, ..oli.i, aro here fiom Sherman visiting Natives and friends. Morris l.andun. who bus resided In (his' city for the past two years, de bited yesterday for St. Louis, which city he will make his homo. Mrs. H. M. Peoples and son wete In 'he city Train Ardmoie yostorday on ili'li way to Byars to vtalt Mr. Pee pies. -Pauls Valley ICiitorprhe. Mis. Mark Gray of Vluei.horo. Toxas, Is spending the holh'.ns v.'j her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. J Par ker. 219 Second avenue. BOUlhwest. Win. J. Tcfld, J. B. Burns, Misses Josslo Horton, Nora Wllllngham and Ella Todd were In tho city from Hew itt yesterday and called at the Ard morelto olllce. W. B. Burney and William Vernon luivo Just returned from an eight days' trip out West. They had their guns and had a regular outing time. killing n vast amount of small game. Miss Saphroula Hollis of 115 Hlnkk stieot, southeast, left yesterday alter noon to visit relatives at Corinth. Miss. She-wns accompanied by her two little neuhews. 1-oray and TV. Whltten. P. C. Tucker, a civil engineer on the zlue division of the White Blver railway In Arkansas, accompanied by his wife, Is here to spend tho holidays with his mother. Mrs. N. M. Tiuket and family. .. .1. Wagner, formerly ne of At I es best printers, Is here fio-n Tev m hpendlng tho holidays with frio'i.'.i Mr. Waj?ner will accept a pot'ttosi January 1 with the post-S'na! t i ,-ot Point, Texas. Handbonio New Year Iio s -v bisf kets cheap at Knhn's. Get Marstou to put the pier.' under your house, 25c a foot. 'Mm. School Board Meets. Yesterday tho school board met a:U L. II. Love, one of the newly elected members, was not present, tn.e, oth"i new member, W. I. Cruce, w:.s n hand and was sworn In as a mem!. '. of the board. The board then went Into -'lection of olllcers. and W. I. Crueo wn elect ed piosldent of the board. G !I. Buico was elected secretary and C. L Anderson treasurer. Considerable business was tr.in.iai t -.I. among other things was tl. elos. Ing tho contract for another room In tho rourth ward for the .-o'- r .i rl lldren. The room will bu II .ted in. w'th tho best seats thu school board Pas, nnd will accommodate about forty students. Henrietta Matthews, color.-... nns on emjiloyed to Instruct theui The oil er schools seem to be gettt 'i, i'".nj! very well. Geuului! honey comb .'He a box nt Kahn's. candy, s.nly 27-3 It. A. Jonkh, VLoletule aud Hetail Furniture. Bam Noble, Wholesale Hardware. J. 11. Pknnington, " Grocer. U. V. Ranpol. Merohaitt. Pure Drugs. SANTA CLAUS WAS HF.f F. V.nlous Places Where Chi- f tiias Trees -Soattercd Ccatl Clwir. I'ellowlnit Chi'.tmas ewiyoae ' with s tinleker step vu. . Ilpht e: heart, feeiinn that son", jc ii nns u nccomplls'.l, WMt f't v rl sould has been miulo to feel thai friends were still heie. Christmas tiees woiu plentltul all over town and we mention the follow- ng which has como under our observ. tlon: At the Tlrst Presbyterian church here wns a Sunday school Christmas ree, with a funny Santa Clans to amuse tho children, sweet music and i pleasant program for nil and a gift for every pupil and visiting child that a me. At the Carter Avenue Methodist tin i eh thero was something out of he ordinary in the way of a gift bear i. On the stage In place of a trco was a ihice-mastod ship anchored ii tho waving bine, bedecked with na tional colon nnd tiny electric lights with Santa Clans ns helmsman nnd gifts piled fore and aft. In tho Broadway Methodist iburch nt S oclock Thunday evening were gathered the merry "Christmas folk to see Santa Clans for a telephone message was sent ahead that he was coming, and como he did, as did also Mrs. Santa Clnus. Hero was a pretty tree with a burden of gifts. In tho un loading of which Uio merry were made merrier nnd the sad to forget their sadness. The South Baptist people had a fine tree mid a happy household ol people, with a wedding to cap tho ell max. At tho First Baptist church was n Christmas tree with Its usual friendly gifts and kindly remembrances. Here tho audience listened to little children cluglug Chrlstmns carols to tho child whoso birthday was In the morn. At the Cumberland Presbyterian church was a tico for tho Sunday school, where a very kind Santa Clans dealt out presents for all. Nice music and a pleasing program was enjoyed and It was arranged so that each child present received a gilt. The Ladles Aid Society presented tlw pastor and wife with a nice purse, besides many othci nice things. Thursday nfteriKxin at I o'clock the l?piscopal church gave a Christmas festival. Tho gifts wero on a large t.-.blo irom which they were distribu ted, and none of the children presont wero forgotten. Tho house was beau tlfully decorated in holiday evergreen and when night ennio and tho light weio turned on the people jissenibled to lender the usual Christmas servlci There wero many very pleasant home-trees, among which might be mentioned thoe of Mr. J. A. Madden and Judge John U Gait, where the family and a few friends met for tli little pleasant surprlre.. The list would not be complete with out mentioning the tree conducted by the Sunday school in Nortli Ardmore of which tieorgo Head is superintend ent. Assisted by earnest Christian women, a tree was presented laden with good things for the children which was one of the most enjoyabl occasions' of the city. All goods sold, charge at IR-tf engraved free of BULAUD'S. Two you ii k men had n :n mi.i bsr Ktamliiib' on Main strcef Ian uiKht, one striking the other with a round point ed instrument. Inflicting .1 i'iM wound on hlsi antni?oiilst. No damage of a sorlous nature will refill Go to Bulnrd's for cllnmonrts. l-tf BrliiK your buckut aud got oysters. You'll always find the best at Kahu's. 27-3. ., , Prof. Whltehend will opn his dauc- I:ig school In Koblnson.s bull on Soulli Vashln14Un streilt, with a New Yenr's ball Tiiursiluy evening. December 31, at S o'clock. Admission free. Dancing 50 cents ir number. Music wll be furnished by the opera house oiekm trn. All respectable people are cordially-invited to attend. If in taking the season's invoice of your wardrobe, you fall to find tho proper head dress, Miss Collins will be glad to quote you prices on mid winter millinery. 27-3 Christmas Isover, but you still want the best of good things to out .ind that's tho kind.). B. Smart, the grocer. Hi. 'i, a Orlo Called Meeting. The Orlo club Is requested lo meet Mquday afternoon at 8:30 o'clock in special session. JiltS. M. IKA1U), V.-Pies. ': l. et) Camnbi'll. 11 Ifnoiuau of I'lirrcli. uis brought down yostorday 'b Dopu- t- Hnrrls, charged with lrcuy. Chiistmii is over, but ihe Now Yeai 1 airivuiK anu you mivo 1110 oppuru nity of redeeming; yourself by sending your best girl one' of those li.iUflHdi;" boxes only at Kr.lm's. 'J7 J I Facrcd Concert. I Hroa way Metn- .list iiuiui lay eunuiK, December 27, !!" ginning ut 7:110. Hymn "Coronation." Prayer Hev. A. J. Mulllnlv Chorus Choir. tjimrtett M end Kindly Light ' Mrs. Hike, Mlsi Hartley, Messrs Cat.i nnd Ashby. Scripture tenaing Huv. Win ii n dull. . l)uet "Springtime of tho Soul"- Mlss Stella Butcher, Mr. Gwyu. Hymn "Homo Sweet Home.,' Prayer. Solo "Ninety and Nine," Miss lartley. Malo qttartott "Tho' Your Sine Bo ae scarlet' Mossrs (jntney, nuinn, Ashby and Kcarnay. "Address on Music" Hov. S. V. loddard. Solo "Tho Cclostlnl City" Mrs Zlko. Chorus Choir. Male quartett Selected. Duet "Come Holy Spirit" Men- dames Zlko and Wood. "Offertory" Miss AIvl& Hymn "God Be With You Till We Meet Again." Gold and silver head umbrclloj nt 2-tf BUI.AKD'S. Soo Marston's cemotorjr curbing at Artificial Stono works, Km. Candy till you can't rest at Kahn's 27-3. Tho suit cleaning season is never over, but ncnrly all orders up to date were turned out before the holIdnyB, to now the old reliable Is ready for new, orders. L. K. Burton, proprietor Ardtnorc Steam Dye Works. 27-3 The overcoat season lias Just begun, Have Burton order you n now one or clean the old one. 27-3 Too Ijidles Aid society of the First Presbyterian church will meet on Tuesday at 3 p. in., with Mrs W 1 f uce. MBS. M AGO IK KOSTHIt IVr. See. The Jake Lew'.- case dl 1 nit cone rp icsterday, bu; was defers! 1...U1 Mi-inlay, when u grand jui will 1 t i.'-le It. 1847 18tf knives and lurks at I3.GU ai BUUMtU'S. Anlmoro Nursery phone GO. 21-lm Those guns nt Williams, Corhn & Go's, havo been t educed In prlco until you won't miss tho amount required ti purchase. Como in aud oxnmlno the Block. ' Hargrove Taps. T .0 students of Hargroi- nllige will learn with pletisuru Unit le lie forth they will have tli best water on earth at that Institution. The mains wero tapped yesterday for water for Mat Institution.. Tlieie are !l(i vnter subscrlU- . s h Ihe atervorks ;.r.d -10 to th rcwe iji-iem. Knhn has tile tlnest equlpiicd parlor In the Terrltoiy and Uio only one in Ardmore. Oysters prepared In any style. 27 I i' $ j. j .J. CHURCHES. ! ; THE -I 4 fa Episcopal Church. There will bo the usual services In St. Philip's church today at 11 a. m and 7:30 n. m. Sunday school at 10 a m. KURD A. JUNY. Pastor. C. P. Church. Hov. 1 P. Klaniken will pieaim 11 a. m. 011 "Building Our Lives lo Kicrnlty." Hov. U. P. .McGaughey Voatherford. Tavns. will occupy tl milpll ill 7: Hi p. m., and pieadi "New Years' Hesolutlous." Sunday school 0:10 a 111. All members and friends come out the Inst Babbath I the year. . Christian Church. Sci vht-rt at tho Chrlstiuu -)iuri-li iu H a. in. nud 7 p. in. Forenoon sub ject, "Ghiistnms Hellccllons." Uwn Ins subject. "The Hosult or Obeying." All nro made welcome. J. OliARKNCK IUCAD. l'.islor. Central Baptist Church. Wm. Crawford's theme this moruiuK a' tho O'l'itral ltapllst r-hurc-li will In 'The Seconal ConrinK of Christ ' At lllht his theme will Character." Ctin- Broadway Methodist i-1 rli - D' .mlHy- ehoo), a i . ii by -P. It. Vattlpbaiio r. .i .n'or and Senln Iap.hu i r 1.7 wi vlce, 7: J" ; v . :aily Invite, ! 3,, K. (JOUDAHl). i Have You Seen The bit; stock of line candles, appl ami oniiies nt !' K. 11. PUOH'S. The man who fails to please hliil-el! cun't lx) expected to please edicts, I I iff fort insure C.UYN & GENERAL 'wy rfprosi'tit'tlic Oi.dkst ccii)HNT Companies in tin V. n. (lwyu. 1 1 the NO ' L E HU LDING. ... .USE Plansifter Flour Because it is the best Whaley Mill and Mr. and Mrs. I V Mullen. Misses Gnrdenhlre, Mullen, Addlugton. Wil liams, aud Messrs Wolvertoti, lllnkle, Vdnms, Boatman, Wallace, Wolverlon, Kearney, Butts, Cnnxldy, Hlce, Whit llngton, Tllllnglmst, Talllnferro, Mnth- owb, Gardenhlre, Kyle and Stowe, all of w'nom attended the Christmas ball at Wynnewood Friday night, have re turnwl home. ! THE EAST SIDE RESTAURANT The best place in town to get Uio OKNUINH KHKNC'II DltlP COFFI3I3. Meals at all Hours. Phono il l. KATIE WILLIAMS, Prop. ;..... .). .J. .. .;. .;. .;. .5. "1 N.-iumburp; 'Clothing meets popular demand. All styles, light colored and dark, plain and fancy ; best quality only. No experi ment, but the result of thirty years' practical ex perience in clothes making. Fairest price and guar anteed absolutely. Look for the above label. Your money back for anything not right. Fcr zale by Surton-Peel Dry Goods Co. Ardmore, I. T. r.yv i , CELLIIILUEIT, PURCELL 1 rc-V lh " lA , 6i WHOLESALE Christmas Foot Wear M all right, so snys Santa Claus, uhcii It comes from Lyun'a. tils Shoes, Slip pers, Htc, In point of style and durnlillt ty, arc un.Mirpnsscd, nnd In fit and com arc iinnpproactintile by nity other An Xnns gift of a pair ol nice Shoes or m elegnut Slippers is sure to be appreciate , . . . mm uouuiy so ii mc koous near our n .mie. Lndlcs' l elt Slippers Si and $i.st Mice House Slipper's for Hen . Si, 50 LYNN, The Shoe Man U. S. Graham, Your Property With GRAHAiM INSURANCE and Bivsr Fiki:, Likk and world. Call and see uh, and made at home by Elevator Company. WANTED! i To buy safe. medium or small-sized Iron TO RENT, Seven-room dwelling, good location, McMsh avcntio and Scott slroot, S. W. Pour-room dwelling, barn, storm house. Khhtli avenue and It stroot, N. The RodfieJd Agency, Real Hstate, Kenta. I. cutis. Phone I3i. AKlJrtORU, I. T I Xroas Present f S For Men Only A hov of "1-1. 1)0" CKlAUS cost but $2 00 .mil 'will be a nice presanl for ycur friend. It Is made at home anil In the BUST. l:or sale at all Cljcnr Mores. ... let. ... f Factory 216 Main street th The "Kafy" Girl A lifiiutlful iilulurn In oolort mllli nut mhvrtNIni:), nn plnte lilicr, Hull uliln for franilnir. MikvM :in ;i P r- -prliite Holiilny (lift. Hftxt nnynliHru on rcciJut of tin (IH0K0I- AKIUTON, (lfiitir.ll 1'unx. AutTil M. K.XT.U .. HXJI. HT. I.OI'IH. .MO Ardmore Fuel Yard, WOOD and GOAL, I.. C LeSUKI:, Prop. 2 Ii Street N. W. Phone jm. LEADER. The World's Stand ard of a oo 1 Flour. Tyler & Simpson Company. DISTRIBUTORS.