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hi recelvM at fhe ratt of flvo (D) rnnt pr i'ne No sdvfrtlssrnent revived (or Imt than fifteen (16) ctnt Sps-Mal monthly niton fur nlntted "U op'i',atlon. Til notice may contain any wnttar of "Loat," "Found." "For Hunt," "For Sale." "Stolrn," "Strayed,' or any purpo without dlrolay line. vVAMTEU. WANTKI) Men to learn harbor trade.; Wo have the boat opportunity ovor ' offorod. Can cam nearly all ox romoa lteforo completing. Start now and finish for spring rush. Write for catalogue. Moler Harbor Col lage, St. Louie, Mo, 3-C WANTED Onu or more sets of busi ness books to bo posted or kept by a skillful t.crountant. AddroM U caro Ardmorclto. 16 WANTED A man who understands putting out fmlt trees and berries. Good location in one-half mllo of Ardmoro. Want make contract on Bhares. W. I. Foland, over First National Dank. 27-10d-w2. FOR SALE. VOR SAU3 Cheap, ono 14x14 one room house. Apply to Andy Costen. 1-6. FOR. SALU At a bargam, crao Aormo tor wind mill, 30 toot steel .'we:; good now pump all complete, fitool towor carries tank and windmill. Apply to W. O. DiiBton or J. II. Havana. 10 FOIl SALE Twenty full-blood barred Plymouth Itock roosters. Light blue- variety. A. E. Rogers, South cast Ardmoro. 29-lm. KOIl SALE 200 acres of as fine farm ing and fruit land aB thoro In in Northeast Texas, to trade for Ard moro property. Apply Sidney Suggs. FOR SALE A good rubber tiro buggy, a horse and harness nt a bargain. Apply this offco. 22 FOR SALE CHEAl' A complete out fit consisting of a 25 H-P boltor, a 20 H-P engine, a 20 Inch corn mill, a corn and cob crusher, together with all shafting, pulleys, belting, etc roady for business. See George M. Wayland, manager, of Waylaud Ma chinery company, Ardmoro, I. T. 7-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT A six-room lionso in llral-clas condition, good well and barn. $10 per month. Apply M. Gorman. i-flt. We are making a special tun on out big lock of guns and if you can bt tuiptcd by the lowest price ever of fored you can not resist buying. WILLIAMS, COMIX & CO. Seed Oats, in about ono week or ten days I R. Best will havo a carload of Red Rust Proof Texas oats. Place your order now ns such oats aro very scarce. Samo place where you get illuo Ribbon Hour. . 30-3 BfVifrj tfb & 'ft(Tv ? JV &k (fb 49 43 SUGGS & BRO,9 BERWYN, IND.TER ., ...OKALIitiS IN... I Staple and Fancy Groceries, 41 Hardware, Lumber and all 4 ? 41 -W 4? 41 49 49 Exclusive-Agents for the Celebrated ''Lender" Flour. Every Sauk euurunteed. Special prices Riven to Merchants on Flour, Groceries, Etc- I HttlfT'PMff Pi "Trade with us 49 j ONLY THE BEST to H 49 P Hai?isoiT?e lirje of ku polls and Holiday doods $1 JUst received, at to ST. N. COLEMAN'S g 4j n i n MDHIDl- III rUI'O Ul'UIJbi 4o, Physicians Philippine Sorvice. The United States civil service com mission at Washington, D. C, has or dered Fletn Dosklns, secretary civil mtvI oxamining Toard, rAdmoro, I, T.. to hold an examination on Jan. 27 and 28, 1101. for physician, Phil ippine service. Applicants will be ex amined on the following subject: 1. Letter writing. 2. Anatomy and physiology. 3. Chemistry and materia inedica, I. Surgery and surgical pathology. 5. IrtK!tlc! and special pathology. 0. Uacterlnlogy and hygiiflw. 7. Obstetric and gynecology. 8. Experience (rated on application.) Age limits. 2n to lo years. Salaries $:.200 lo $l,8d0 per annum. Write the U. S. Civil Service Commission. Washington, 1). C, for application blanks, forms Nos. 2 and 376, properly execute thoiu and file them with the commission nt Washington, D. C Hargrove collego next Friday night 3-2t. At the Jail. Yesterday Deputy Wilkinson ar rested ono John Mulllnlx near Holder charged with robbery ami placod him In Jail. From what tho marshal said a woman owed Mulllnlx somo money and ho took her horse in lieu of same, without tho consent of tho woman. LaHt night the samo officer arrest ed Tom L. Foster and Mary Richard son, both colored, charging them with adultery and put them in jail. Foster Is a Galncsvlilu negro and hns a wife thoro. This wlfo camo up last night on tho train and told the officers that her husband was living in adultery with a woman hero, and tho olllccr arrested them as stated This morning Foster was arraigned and plcaued not guilty and his case set for Friday, the 8th. The woman was discharged. Dora Walker, colored, charged wit assault to kill, who has boon In jail about a mcnth, gave bond and wai re leased. The press in all our neighboring cities speak In the highest terms of Sun K. Fowlor'a production of "Cir cumstantial Evidence." Judging from t!io tr raendGus business it hns bean doing In other cities we are safe .i" pr. dit tin ; an overflowing house here. In order to secure gcod seats patrons should secure the in early. Don't forget Ilnrgrovo nxt rriday night. 2-2 Tho story that Gua Sun am! Fred D. Fowler had cancelled their date here for "Citcnmetantlal Bvldeure" q without foundation whatever. Mr. Morgan Informed us this morning that tho show will positively appuar ht?re tonight, i his Is the No. 1 company. scenery and effects which appeared In tho or fcln.il produ'tlon. W. D. Shorrlll, father of Dave Slier- rlll of tho Chickasaw Bottling Works has moved back to Ardmoro aftor i stay of three years at Economy, Ark. Up thinks thoro Is no other country that possesses tho advantages of this and will uiako his homo hero JS, C tX 4S & Ot JO O, cf oS rf ft i M . M to to to to to to kinds of Bolldino Mateiidl. to fOli MD K ft yi and be Satisfied." g n h TWO VOLUNTARY BANKRUPTS. E. C. Heath of Ardmore and A. J. Chapman of Tl.hOnilnQO. On the airt or January K. C. Hoath of Ardmore filed a potltlon in banl. niptcy In the clerk officii at Ard more. Mr. Heath's liabilities as quoted In his petition amounts to 72jt.037.72 while hie assets are n'Kted nt ? 1UC tn cash and in. 50 worth of lmuechol 1 Koods. lie has Km shares of stock In the Farmers' National bank o" Henrietta, Toxas, worth about ffoo which la pletlgod to the First NaUoiu bank of Ardmoro ne security for $1. 000 he owes the batik. He also hns a mare valued at $4!), which Is tnortgag od to T. K. Kearney for a debt of $4.. With the exception of the last tw It pin he claims all the rect of h:s at rets as exempt. A. J. Chapman of Tishomingo also a voluntary bankrupt, having male an plication tills morning to obtain the benefits of tho acts of congross rolnl lug to bankruptcy. Mr. Chapmnn claims in his petition that his liabili ties amount to $11,410.50, while h; assetH amount to only $52C. Twt hundred dollarn of this amount It money duo him on a note, tho balance he claims as exempt. 4 ! PERSONAL MENTION. V IL H. Heard or Madlll is In the city W. H. Evans is In the city from Madlll. J. H. Htttchlns Is In tho city from Dougherty. Dr. J. R Unrnwell was In the city tKlay from Overbrook. A. S .Hurnoy of Mnxiotta Is a busl nes visitor to tho city. h. Hnnway liaH returned Irom a pleasant holiday visit to Dallas. Otto Booth has returned to Kansa City to resume the study of medicine if. Wank, merchant at Pauls Val ley, was in the city yesterday visit ing with friends. T. S. Atchison, a Denton counr.v farmer, is In the city visiting the family or Portor Staples. lV?tmaster David Itodfleld has re turned from a holiday visit to iflatlvu and friends at Cisco, Texas. Miss T.lzr.Ie Martin returned to hf home at Gainesville today after r pleasant visit with Miss Alma Camp bell. J. W. Jeiinson of .Mllo left this morning over the Frisco with thre of his children for the Bloomfleld Seminary. Prof. a. P. Solvlrit;e and wife c.l Gainesville, Tox., have returned hnm" after a pleasant, holiday visit with friends and relatlvos. ltev. J. M. Gross, D. D., formerly o this city now of Durent, 1 here to attend a meeting of tho trustees o' tho Hargrove Collego. Itev. Oross looks hale and hearty. Miss l.ula Alford of Contlsii, who bus been employo4 a.s milliner at Gainesville, Texas, is very sick In thin city at Uio home of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Caldwell, North Caddo street. She was horo on routo homo when sho waa attacked with pneumonia. That now veiling at Miss Shlnh-jJ-tor's Is the latest design on the mar ket 4-3 "Ircumstantlnl Evidence" contains now) of flie "claptrap" or blood and thunder element usually dished up with tho ordinary drama of today. Its Uitme is pure and elovAtingaand tht story teaches a strong moral lo.? wlilrh is hard to forget. The revival at the Broadway Metho dlst church began well. ltev. .1. M. c. Hamilton, an oxparienced revivalist and an old-time Methodist preacher, a charge. III sermon lust night on the "Importance of Personal Work" was well received. Died Very Suddenly. Last Thursday J. (1. Coopor and T. C Smith camo In from Mississippi and registered at tho Morgan hotel. Mr. Mooni is ngeut for tho Ada asidialt company and Mr. Smith is interested In tho company and camo out horn looking after his interest-h-. Mr. Smith was almost down sick when ho cam- and soon took to his bed un-d died at 11:40 o'clock last nlht of pneu monla. Deceased is 63 years old and leaves a wlfo to mourn her loss. Tho remains of Mr. Smith wero tak en to Drown & Ilrldgman's undertak ing establishment whero thoy wore embalmed and will bo buhl until the ni rival of Mis. Smith, who will do terminu what disposition will bo made of tho body. Lady Maccabees. Tho tegular meeting of tho Lady Maccabees will be hold Wednesday, January (5 at J o'clock In tho afternoon. Uvery member is urged to bo present. Tho now olilcors will bo Installed Othor matters of Importance to tho tvder will also bo attended to. MHS DOICA NISnh.1T. I-ady Commander !. .., NEWS OVSH THE PHONF. i H- . Sprinter. Mia Dr. DLilock hai returned , om to Maddi after a visit with her lath.-. Dr. Scrtitn of this place. Mr. Myera of Oklahoma City t r. turned after a pleasant visit w,th M. AruoM. Mlsa Ji'nnlo Vnung. our txi i teacher, who hns been ependin Christmas with relatives at Dent.. a in back to resume tho toaciiin our sd:ool again. C. Tcwlcr Is very sick with p.uu monla. .1. C. Foust snd Ole Allen went t Anlmoro toJay to terre ss juryme : Jack Davenport and family i, Wayno aro here visiting relative. 1 ho p pie aro very anxious :o Mr. Arnol I to rebuild and resume IiukI nttss Unco his lire. Woodford, O. K. lA-ejuan is moving to Ardnuin today. Mllo. C. Sjuvrs went to Ardmoro on bunl ness today. Misses Mabel und Melissa Jonnson rcturniNd to school at HUum!k'l.i academy today. Elk. School began today under tho direc tion of Prof. McCullough. I. 13. Harmon &. Ilros.'s store Is b Ing remwleled this week. Marietta. Misses Hill and Nenl who arc teach ors nt Sulphur, returned to their schcols yesterday after a pleasant holiday vllt to their homes hen'. Chnrllo Miller went to Gainesville yesterday. Kvory one in attendance nt the New Year party at Mrs. Iliack's hnj a line time. Earl. George Potprmnn and tho widow Dougherty were married hetf- jester dny. James Itoberson and Misa Wlllli Doughoity wero marrlod yesterday. Uev. John Tennlsoti officiating. Tishomingo. Attorney T. U Wright lias gon over on the Itock Island on business. iniblic achools will begin here in two woeks. Tho Binlth, Chapman ft Co. bulld- Itig will soon be completed. A party of surveyors aro cut north west of town. It Is thought to ho a party v Katy engineers. Vynncwood. Mrs. C. H. Hinton entertained th I'un Club Now Year's night. A go-.l crowd, floe supper mid fun until 12 o'clock, Mill Creek. Dr. Dyo has been away to Oklaho ma City cn a professional call sine last Friday. Tho IIollnesH people aie holding a revival mooting at this placo. Tho littlo folk enjoyed a hlrt dr.y party last night at tho homo oi Dr. I.ooncy. IIoo' MclClnney nud Miss Itiloy. a daughter of our groceryman J. Itiloy, wero married horo yesterday. Connervlllc. Our school begun today with an. enrollment rt about Sr. pupils. Bcrwyn. Win. K. Wan on closod a deal yesloi day with a Kansas City firm to rent 100 acres for a vegetable rami. Tlx ; will tro modern methods or culth.i tlon and will doubtless start a verv profitable business here. 1!. M. Cason, T. .T. Csrson, A Taylor and II. U Dodaou loft yc torday for Ardmoro where they r to servo as Jurymen. . v Krank Cook of this place and M.- A. II. Wallls or CUcburne Texas w n ! married lieto Decombor .'10. I Mlua I Mil,. I'UU...,. ,.r . .., I and T. A. Tindall or Ardmoro were married yesterday at tho home or bride's parents. J. T. Alexander loft yesterday for Wichita. ICnn., where lie goos on bit ' nosii. T. J. King' and John Hutchlns left Tor tho ICIamlchl mountains In tho Choctaw Nation yesterday where they go for a camp hunt of several days-. I .on Hardy has sold out ills busliu-.s.s and residenco property to J. F White for a consideration of about $L',000. G. W. Young, Ww. V. Warren. .1. ! Fato and J. C. Little wont to Ardmoro today on businesK. Lone Grove. It. It. Tanner, ono of our young business men, left today for Guthrie, Ariz., to locate. Frank McCanips of Newport nn 1 .M'jsn Maud Pitman or Glenn wero mar " rlod hero yesterday by Hov. Oxen 1 Paschnll. H. O. (onovor of Comancho is hen visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Price went to Tishomingo today to fllo ou their clnlm. Local Cotton Market. Tito cotton market opened (10 point i down this morning but rallied during tho dny. Local cotton sold from 1111 ti 12 1-8 cents. Seed cotton si Id f-.om 3.G0 to 3.S0 Tho receipts wee r.bout thirty balos. nn P MADE BY w. n. uuvii. ir JSUFC Your Property With GWYN & GRAHAM GENERAL INSURANCE They repreHent the Oi.okst and Bkst FirH, hum and A cc id i? nt Coni)jinies in tlie world. Call and ace up, in the NOBLE BUILDING. ... .USE. Plansifter Flour HecattH' it is the best and made at home by Wlialey M and Elevator Company. Golden Rule Dissolved. FaithliitC Jk C.o.)in'r, proprietors i tho Golden Rule Tailoring cMtabludi ment, have dlssclved partnerabip. .Mr. Farthing will continue tho business. Mr. Coouer will depart this woek for Louisville, Ky.. to accept a position aa trivellug reproaentatlvo for Rl-'gely-Walker company, one of the lurgeal tailoring establleAiments in the coun try. Mr. Cooner was with this a. use four years ago and their reront offer to him was so tempting in point of gooJ salary as to induce him to ;.'ive up his business horo. Mr. Farthing will continue to do : thriving business at tho i Id stand Indian Territory Penriors. Sarah Ann Gilhinth. Nancy l i'i' rrcg, Thomas K. Smith ndr-w .) I!nrls. $8 each; Thonia I UranKt tor, Aloxnnder McCoy. $! inch; U. Colvln. William Hntley. IL' n h Imperfect Digestion . Mcanu less nutrition and In coner quenco loss vitality. When tho liver falls to secrcto bllu, tho blood be comes loaded with bilious properties, the digestion becomes Impa'rcd and tho bowels constipated. Ilerhitii will rectify this; It gives tone to the tom .ich, liver and kidneys, stn ni'.thpn tho nppetito. clears and improv the eiimplcxinn. Infuses new lifts and vlpi r to tin whole sy-tini. GO cents a hot il- at W n Framo's. Snhsf rlbc ror tho Ardmorelte IS THE BEST K&S I L D YYLER, ACKERLAHD &C0., J m -&mM H L Lii iJ L 1 . I LEASER I " PuncEUMnijELEVATon co. m PURCELL, I.T. 9 WHOLESALE Cold Weather Bargains 13 very heavy $2.50 shoo in the house this week at $2.00. Gootl Uox Calf, S inrli lop shoe, for $3 00. Snine in 0 inch top for $3.50. Agent for the Hooker Moot po. the genuine. LYI The Shoe Man. U. S. Graham. : : : : : : : : i THE EAST SIDE RESTAURANT The iHJSt idttce in town to newt the GKNUINIt FltKNCH DltlP ! COFFU13 : Meal at all Hours. Phone 211. : KATIE WILLIAMS, Prop. : : : - -v -t - : SMOKE The Elilo Home IVIad Union Made Best 5 C:nt Cigar in the G ty. HANWAY & OWEN Successors to COMB & JOIINbON, Marhlo and raiiiie Dealer. KiiU'i.'ihh turnislied on inonit-iit-iil, toinljitouis i n i irnij i'pui' tijf,' Ulllce at irmrble ards. South Wn.-liiniitoh Sinit, Artltiinr . I. T. The Finest Kousts. Stonk, Mutton, Sunsnno, Etc., und tlio Freshest Vene tables arc nlwrtys found at The World's Stand arc! of a good Flour Tvler & Simpson Company. Good Oieiief, DISTRIBUTORS.