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. ita l - - - .NJ N 5 A 1$ Duviuiz the it;ukI rush o( business which has been a'oin' on in our store lor several months, we have had lio time to look after the remnants. In taking our annual inventory, we were careful to throw out; every 1 REM We will not return them to regular stock, but close them out at but a fraction ol their ACTUAL COST. The prices on these Odds am! Ends will represent a great saving to any one buying them. Almost every department in the ho is- will be represented on our remnant counters during this week. Many articles will be included w.deh arc not usually found in a. remnant sale. Come any day during the week and you will find something that you may need at a A GREAT SAVING OF PRICE. Remember our store opens at 7 a. m.,and closes promptly at Gp. m. v i ONE 1 PRICE KM r am CRIMINAL DOCKET. Ardmore Setting for December Term, 1903. Tho following in the setting of the December term of the Ardmore crim inal docket: Monday, January, w, 1903. 4121 -Tom Davis, acgr&rateu assault. 4R58---Jakc Boitovlts, violating section 2118. 4CG3- Veroer 1-adell, disturbing peace. 4S74 Verner Ladell, weapon. 5805 Verner Ladell, assault to Kill. 5040 Verner Ladell, weapon. 4761 PJnk Smith, malicious mischief. 4794 Wallace Williams, aggravated nsimiilt. 4800ltoland Sliaggs, James Lee.Johu Crunk. InjiirliiR church proper ty IS04 Jason Holland, aKKravated as sault. 1!22 Alio l.ove, weapon. 1002 G. W. Collins, weapon. 5002 Vomer Stownrt, weapon. 5035 Chap Scott, Hon 1 Scott. S. Scott, aggravated assault. .KKiG Chap Scott, weapon. 5037 Don F. Scott, weapon. 503S S. Scott, weapon. .M)52 Frank Jackson, Soloman llldge, rescue. 5104 Joo WJlllams. malicious mls chlof. fills Joss I'ortor, weapon. 511G Senilo Clay, weapon. 51 10 Mammoth Clay, weapon. 5118 Suggs Due, weapon. 5117 Cairo Chrifltrlan, weapon. 5110 Georgo Kranklln, weapon Tuesday, January 19, 1001. 8134 Bud Yatos, malicious mischief. 5130 James Ilennessee, Manuel Block, Dora Willis, resisting of ficer. Bill J. I j. Meljutthlln, aggravated assault. 5142 Allison Averett. disturbing peace. 51130. W. Baker, aggravated as sault. 5183 Kd Stewart, Loon Itoff, driving stock from range. 517S Jim White, weapon. 5179 John. White, woapon. CI 80 Kd Carlyle, weapon. 51S1 John Randolph, Wallace Tapp, disturbing peaco. 5182 Clem Wright, weapon. 5183 Ed noborts, woapon. 5184 Quss Block, woapon. 5192 J. W. West nnd Sndlo Malono, lllognl colmbitaflon. 5192 Jim Hoguo, destroying one. 5191 Boto Noah, weapon. 5195 King Prater, nggravatcd absault. S) 99 John Wlleon, voapon. Mil J. 11. Brnneon and A. J Mian- son, disposing of mortgaged property. Wednesday, January 20, 1904. 4C83 Perry Lewis, assault to Mil. 5061 Isaach Humphrey, larceny. 5062 Isaac Humphrey, larceny. 5158 Osey Fenoy, robbery. 5159 Ed Uaines and Emma Gaines, murder. 51G1 J. H. Hatcher, murder. 5203 J. W. Stafford, perjury. Thursday, January 21, 1904. 1516 Ilarry F. Hill, manslaughter. , 1566 Harry F. Hill, manslaughter. ! 4813 Mart I.owery, murder. 4f55 Win. Thornton, murder. ( 5011 We Phillips, rape. ' 5144 Clovo Haulston, rape. Friday, January 22, 1004. 1361 Wm. Koller, assault to kill. 4362 Henry Childs. assault to kill. 1003 Jcsso Gumm, assault to, kill. 1090 Joseph Brawley, assault to kill. 4709 King Simmons, assault to kill. 4772 Tom Ward, assault to kill. 1841 N. H .Creacy, assault to kill. 4980 Ed Johnson (alias Ed Johns), and Jim Shields, assault to kill. 5001 Lewis Harris, assault to kill. 5031 Buck Garrett, assault to kill. 5014 Olo Ferguson, assault to kill. 5016 Wm. Hlnklo, assault to kill. 5047 Wm. Hlnklo, weapon. 50 15 Lovard Simpson, assault to kill. Saturday, January 23,1904. 507C John II. Barnard, assault to kill. C081 Josso 0. Hartsell assault to kill. 5112 Sam Wood, assault to kill. 5137 Iee Sims assault to kill. 5138- Jack McCurley. assault to bill. 5102 Andrew Franklin, attempt to rob. 5201 Jeff Gllstrap, adultery. 8206 S. T. Wiggins, bribery. Monday, January 25, 1904. 3761 Boy Cartor, larceny. 3S09 Bob McCnrty, larceny. 429C Polly Davidson, larceny. 4302 Dan Askew and Will Houdrlx. larcony. 4412 Bud Norris, larceny. 4570 T. Tiers, larceny. G130 Jam oh Brown, larceny. 4071 Arthur Muzcll, larceny. 1076 Walker Georgo, Urcony, Tuesday, January 26, 1904. 4722 Hall Wooldiigo, larceny. 1751 Jack Means, larcony. 4S10 Wilbor Putty and Mr. W. 12. Thompson, larceny. 453S Wlllard Hlggs nnd John Horn bock, larcony. 1839 W. C. Dauiols, larcony. Wednesday, January 27, 1904. 4811 John IJttrcll, larcony. 4848 Josso Littroll, larceny. 1895 J. E. Jeffries, larceny. IMS Mua Littrell, lameof. ungiii 4987--Roy Wheeler, Frank Overatreet and Sam Holley, larceny. 5023 Bus Purifier and Ned Purifier, larceny. 6028 Mike West, larceny. 6032 Ben Ixv and Mitch Gaines, larceny. 6058 Lorenzo Pearson. Lincoln Good en and Cam Ilornbeck, larceny. Thursday January 28, 1904. 5069 Deo Jackson, false pretense. 5190 Dee Jackson, false pretense. 6110 D. R. Jackson, false pretense. 5154 Deo Jackson and Pone Poe, lar ceny. 6077 Tom Gllstrap, selling llcnrr. 6078 Tom Gllstrap, larceny. 5105 Jim Leaf tslias Lin) ar.i John Wcicher larcony. 6106 Jim Leaf and John Wolchur. lar cony. 5157 Bob Pickering, larceny. Friday, January 29, 1904. 1600 Wm. D. Slgtnan, embezzlement. 46C9 Zander Davidson, fnlso protense. 4670 Zander Davidson, falso protonse. 5045 Dau Edwards and Goo. W. Fol ios, burglary. 5109 L. C. Cothran, false pretense. 5200 J. H. Underwood, falso pro tense. Saturday, January 30, 1904. 4878 G. W. Pollock, disposing of mortgaged property. GtSO Tom B. Churchman, disposing of mortgaged property. 5090 Geo. W. Brown, disposing of mortgaged property. 5128 Wesley Howoll, Georgo Jolino gan aud W. P. Presley, dispos ing of mortgaged property. 5189 A. J. Chapman, removing mort gaged property. 5188 A. J. Chapman, weapon. 5198 W. A. Cudo, disposing of mort gaged property. Monday, February 1, 1904, 4652 Wm. Hay, selling liquor. 1710 U. P. Mitchell, selling liquor. 1780 Buster Ray, selling liquor. 4S2C Johnson Franklin, selling liq uor. 4S2S Cairo Christian, soiling liquor. 5107 Cairo Christian, lnrccuy. 4839 Mat Williams and Charley Jor dan, soiling liquor. 1945 Henry Oits, soiling liquor." Tuesday, February 2, 1904. 1950 Georgo Browor (alias Biggs), introducing liquor. 4959 Lum Bohanon, selling liquor. 5021 Joo West, selling liquor. 5022 Foko Slpc. Boiling liquor . 5025 Silas Hunt and Bud Rowan, sell ing liquor. 5042 N'oblo Stone, selling liquor. 5050 James Dunn, soiling liquor. 5051 Jamou Dunn, Introducing liquor. 7 r jf Wednesday, February 3, 1904. 5059 Clark 1 Is.mby, m1"d'x liquor 5063 Jamcfi V. MrllughcB. selling liquor. 5065 Jim Sanders, selling liquor. 5070 Isaac Miller, selling liquor. 5071 Johnnie Johnson, selling liquor. 4f.oo JoUn Johnson, soiling liquor. 5072 Mock Williams, selling liquor. 5076 Charles Tnrknett, soiling liquor. 50DS J. L. Clinton. Introducing liquor. Thursday, February 4, 1904. 51 is Charley Uarloo, selling liquor. 5149 W. J. Holley and I5d Cudgel), selling liquor. 615H W. B. King, selling liquor 6151 Fred Winans and Henry Win nns, selling liquor. 5152 J. C. Wolf, selling liquor. 5153 William Roberts, selling liquor 5107 A. J. Franklin, selling liquor. 51 OS Rufo Cnrtor, selling liquor. 5175 W. W. Taylor, selling liquor Friday, February 5, 1904. 4426 J. A. Bontloy, Intercourse with femalo under 16. 4527 Georgo Matlock, iierjury. 4985 Georgo W. Matlock, arson. 4555 John H. Ixwo, forgery. 4767 lioonard Bowling, Intercourse with femalo under 16. 5097 W. P .Martin, attempt to rob A Life at Stake. If you but knew tho splendid merit of Foley's Honey nnd Tar you would never bo without lt A doso or two will provont nn attack of pneumonia or In grippe. It may save your life. Bonner & Bonnor. ! J-S-i ! 5-l www- ii Bead the WANT COLUMNS of the DAILY ARDMOREITE. H-l 1 I 11 M- :i W. It. Burnitt will tnko up his worK for tho National Ioad Co. noxt week, but "Burnltt's Signs" will still ion tlnue at tho sumo old stand. 130 1 2 North Washington. Messrs. Cha?i Hopklus and Jno. Butts will hav chargo of tho buslnoss and wo still hopo to "whoop 'em up for you." Send us your ordors. Bespoctfully .1-3 W. It. BUUNITT l'eoplo witli the most expensive tastes usually have the least money to moot thorn. The Fatted Calf 13 KILLED And the Pork and Fat Fowls are Ready for tho Oven. As meats mo the leaders in Mimptuons dinners, so our 'mnrk"t a the ft n 'ml uiurt for meats- Our specialties nre: Tender Roasts, Juicy Steaks, Fat Veal, Fat daking Hens and all Fowls and Meats for Holiday. . GYRUS PYEATT, Manager, Cold Storage Winter Tourist Rates TO unny S if TiuketB on sale duih until April JJO, 1D04, to the ,1 pricipal Winter Kesorts of Mi--issippf, Georyi.i, Alabama, a. Florida, Totmesfci-e, South Carolina, LonUiann and Texas! Kotitrn limit June 1, 1'JOI. T Pull details on application. 4 C. W. STRAIN, A Ulv Pass AKent, T Wlclilto, Kan. jfi Et6. SPOT GASH loaf iarkel THE South VIA. The Boilding Demand Never eeuses to tali for first-olasa labor nnd muterinl, na better nud in re cottly houses are boinc built IV meet tliis wo employ only first hss workmen in our factory nud use ihp best of material. 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