Newspaper Page Text
AflvrtlBf iuf ills utitirr itili head will b received nt (be rat of flva (5) cents .t line. No sdvurtlsemeut revived (or lest tlian flfteoa (16) vnt Special monthly rotes fur nlslieii .in application. Th notlcp tuny contain any matter of "Lost," Found." "Knr Rent," "For Sale." "Htoten." "Straycil." or any purport without dlrploy line. WANTED. WANTED Men to learn unrbor trade. Wo have the best opportunity over offered. Can earn nearly all ox penses boforo completing. Start now and flD'.sh for spring rush. Write for ca'.aloguo. Molor Harbor Col lege, St. Iouls, Mo. 3-G WANTED One or more gets of busi ness books to be posted or kept by a skillful nccotintant Address L. caro Ardmorolto. 1-G WANTED A man who understands putting out fruit trews and berries. Good location in one-half mile of Ardmore. Wnnt mnko contract on shares. W. P. Poland, over First National Hank. -27-10d-w2. FOR SALE. FOH SALE Cheap, ono 11x14 one room houBO. Apply to Andy Coston. 1-C. KOU SALE At a bargani, ono Aermo tor wind mill, 30 foot steel .'wt-.; good now pump all complete. Steel tower carries tonic and windmill. Apply to W. O. Duston or J. H. Havens. 1-C FOR SALE Twenty full-blood barred Plymouth Rock roosters. Light bluo variety. A. E. Rogers, South east Ardmore. 20-lm. FOR SALE 200 acres of as line farm ing and fruit land as there Is In Northeast Texas, to trado for Ard more proporty. Apply Sidney Suggs'. FOP. SALE A good rubber tiro buggy, o horse and harness nt a bargain. Apply this offco. 22-t. FOR SAL15 CHEAP A eomplote out fit consisting of a 25 H-P boiler, n 20 H-P engine, a 20-lnch corn mill, a corn and cob crusher, together with all shafting, pulleys,, belting, etc.. ready for business. See George M. Wayland, manager, of Waylnnd Ma chinery company, Ardmore. I. T. 7-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT A six-room houso In llrst-clnse condition, good well and barn. $10. per month. Apply M. Gorman. . 4-Gt. FOR SALE Forty tons cholco hay, Juno cut, 33 bales por ton. White & RinoB, Wapanucka, I. T. G-2 FOR RENT Ono Tour-room houso on II street and Second avenue, north west. C. A. Whltehurst C-3t FOR SALE A zinc tank. 30 barrels capacity. Enquiro at Westhotr Ho tol. 5-G FOR RENT A nicely furnished room. Apply Mrs. Frank Little, 311 n road way. 5-5 fA & A & A & 4t a A A & A SUGGS & BR0OJ BERWYN, IND.T.ER., .l)l;ALI5Rii IN... Staple and Fancy Groceries, g Hardware, Lumber and ail Exclusive Acents tor the Celebrated "Lender" flour. Every Back ennrnnteed. Special prices Riven to Merchants on Flour, Groceries, Etc. HI HI NKE PAID fl mm AID (M "Trade with ua and be Satisfied." 49 49 ONLy the: best 49 ; S9 fl Marjdsoirje lite of 49 f Dolls and Holiday hoods j T. N. COLEMAN'S E 49 l rtf Dealer in Pure Drugs. 'I DISTRICT COURT RE-CONVENES. Panel of Thirty-six Petit Jurors Sworn in Much Business. District court ro-oonvoned hero yes terday morning, Judgo lloscu Town send on tho bonch. Tlie December term of couit convenivl hero Moiulay, December 21, and after organizing the grand Jury and putting them to work tho court took a roros until jester day when it re-convened again. Tho petit Jury was callod and after excusing six of the Jury six other men were substituted and tho Jury now stands ns follows: L. L FlonderB Marietta A, II. Mayhew city E. M. Casou. Uerwyn. A. S. llurnoy. Marietta. W. T. Cnne, Karl. J. O. Foust. Slirlngor. W. J. Deaklnn, Sprlngur. A. P. Taylor, Uerwyn. Scott McKlnney, Mnrlottn. W. N. Glenn, Ardmore. A. C .Allen, Sprlngur. T. Graham, Hob. N. Elliott, Ardmore. J. W. Owens, Mnrsden. M. M. Hannon, Ovorbroak E. C. WellB, Horwyn. I. A. Orr, Holder. C. C. Roberts, Earl. J. It. Wolls, Glenn. R. P. Short, Dougherty. Tom I-ebiin, Ardmore. W. M. Brown, Ardmore. Joo Harris, Ardmore. H. T. Bridges, AJtlmoro. Wos Davenport, Ardmc.r. E. S. Adams, Ardmore. After organizing tho petit jury am' receiving tho grand Jury's first report and also ro-orgnrlzlng that body, l lie court got down to business a.. quoto the following divorce suits granted: J. F. Cecil vs. A. M. Cecil. Sarah C. Peacock vs. Ira Peace:!:. D. A. Hnwxe vs. Emma Hawse. James Hays vs. Laura Hays. Alary Smith va. William Smith. Uz.lu Rich vs. J. W. Rich. H. F. Franklin vs. .lennle Franklin. Josie I.ockle vs. Nathan I.ockle. Tbo following notaries wore polntwd: W. S. Gardner, Glenn; I ah Kirk patrlck. Uurneyvllle; Will Jamos. Haum; 11. C. I.ogsdon. Ardmore; H. M. Peoples. Ilyars. Much other buslnoss was transacted yestenlay but wn3 unimportant to the general public. During tho progress or the court Charles Monkers, who was charged witli weapon nnd disturbing the pence, pleaded guilty to tho weapon case, while the otlier case was dismissed. Tho court fined him $50 nnd costs re mitted. Fine paid. Miss Ruettell Shinholser at .Madden. Sykos -it Co.'a is offering -om run bargains in winter hats. !: Tho great moral temperance drama "Ten Nights In a liar-room" Is en dorsed by clergy and prcsB. It Is a standard drama that has stood the test of years and has boon pronounced tho best over presented. At Roblson opera houso Thursday. .January Seats now on sale. JP A 3 c5 t to to to to to to to to kinds of Building Material. to to to to to to to to to to A A A A AAA A A A A i JrJ rj fsj rMJ srJ MJ to to to to to to Itist received at to STOLE EXPRESS PACKAGE. One 'Man Pleaded Guilty Another Under Arrest for It. Juki before Christ mm Charley llu7 man walkotl Into thi Wells-Fargo Hx press office- at this place and cHe' for n pnekagi' eniddwxvd to Hob .lohn wui, claiming that It was his own. that he had ordered It Meat in thai name. The package wan worth nlxnit $.r.o. Utter on Dob .IdUiih-oh. tho real suro enough Hob Johnson, who Is a eoli.rfld man, presented hlniftelf at the oxpronH offteu rotinter and i ailed for a packagu addnHod to himself. The puckagu was gone and Charley lluffmttti had taken It away. Charley was arrested under the ehurg" of lar tiy and ploadivl guilty to that of fnw before Judge Crdlt yestenliiy af ternooti and wu titled $17.rn which ho paid. This imirnlng Henry Stevens, col otod, was arrostod under a similar charge. It Mug alleged that be took a IHickago fmm tho express office belonging to .Mary Qulnn. To thl? chnrgo Henry plenda not guilty, say ing thai ho called for hi own pack age and got it. HIh vams was tet later in tho day In order Unit the wli nesHM might bo Hiimmoiind who will perhaps testify against Stevenson. Henry Stovennon this afternoon pleaded guilty to Uie Hmrge of lar ceny of a package from tho express offlco and Judge Onll lined him $17.G". It Is to bo hoped tliat the punish ment of these two partlen for thus trying to deprive other pwple of their express goodti will Im a warning to others nnd tint wo will have no more piich Hoses t reort. Notice In Bankruptcy. In tho District Court of the United State, for the Southern District, at Ardmore. In tho matter of A. J. Chapmau. bankrupt. In iMUikruptey. To the creditors or A. J. Chonman. lt tho Southern district, Indian Terri tory, at Ardmore. a bankrupt: N'otlco is hureby given Uiat on the Itli day of January. 1901, the said A. J Chopmnn was duly adjudged bank rupt, and that Uie first meeting of ills eredltoi-H will be held at my office at the court houso in tho city of Ard more on tho Kith duy of January J 10 1, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at whidi tlmo tho said creditors may attend prove their elnims, nnpoliil a tiustue, e.xamlno the liankrupt and transact such- other business as may conio before said meeting. JOHN HINKriH. Hoi'oreo In Ilankmptcy. Mrst publlHhed R, 1901. "Ten .N'ightK in a Hnr-rooni" pre sents moro different features and char nctora tlum any other play of its iiin l It 1ms reformed many a drunkard. It teacher u great life lesson and is beneficial to all. Hoblson oura opera houso Thuifday, January 7. . You say "it'H old." All good plays uru old. All that Is good Improves by ago. Thnt'H why "Ten Nights In a liar room" Ik always now, always fresh It's an "entertainment for all. At Hoblson opera houso Thursday, Jnuu ary 7. Modern Woodmen Install Officers At a regular mooting of the Aledorn Woodmen hold last night tho follow ing otllcer woro lntallel for tho term now begun: a a woith, v. a J. Son, A. 15. C. l-oughrldge, I!. II. I.. Hoyd, C. 13. Dunlsp, K. A. F. Hunt, lid Hrown, 1. J. M. Vndon, C. 1'. W. II. .MacCraoljin. C. l. J. F. Son. C. J'. J. V. Mcffett. .Mgr. Following the Installation the mo in born and their frlenils invited guests, partook of a bountiful repast, enjoy ed by all. SpewJi-maklng was also In order and heveral aec-pled the moment and orated. Tho First Hogluu-nt band was in at tendance nnd during tho evening In terposed some very nlou music. Horn, to Mr. and Mrn. J. Mali Mooro a 11217 Wolverton stnxit, north west, a dauBhtor. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. John Crlner, near tho city, a son. Hctbo Kelly, who had the misfor tune to break bin thigh while rolllnK ten-pins, Is KettltiK along very well. Central Baptist Church. Thoro will be a special business meetliiK at tho Central Haptlst church tonlUit at 7:15. Husluoss very Ini ixirtant. All members please bo pres ent. rM. CRAWFORD old Sold by all drui:lsts. Lincoln Club. There will be a meeting ol the Lin coln Club nt tho court house Tuesday night. Evory Republican In tho city Is Invited to bo present, also all who Intend becoming members of our faith. Jndco W. T. N'lxou will address the club on Important Issues of the day T IJ. JOHNSON, Pros, PBRfrONAl. MENTION. V v (1. SU rtltt In her rrotn Clebiiitf J. D. Ray Is hiw trom Tlsboining'1 T. 1'. Howell is In the city from Du MS. J. H 1iatition of Wyntwno-l ! here. .lobn ;. Mitlkoy is hern fiiHn l(.h J. II. limy Is In the It) tio'i Heiililloii. U. T. 8Iiimu came In I.txt nigm n n Fort Wirth. SI oi chlKh v v in tt . it ..o from l i- i. W. J. Ilotid came over t .! in-n1, Waimiiucka. ltd Jot:cs waa here ) i lav iumi. Mannavllle. 13. M. Canon cojik- m t .t ri'ia from Uerwyn. V. K. Via:lUugton ..ni. In ti from .Marietta. W. 1.. Uiee ii eaaw up last nl;' t friHH Overbreok. T. I light came dm- -f er.lay from THUtnlngo. 7ah fiitor of Sttcrmatt u In the city on hh'-.i.cm J. C. IClllott cume In last nlrfht from Hauls Valley. .MIsm A .lu Wood tA Tlstiomlngo i vlsltlng In the city. Ciil Stewart of Itolilunvllle 1h a vIMtor In the city today. W. W. Coleman tranwictmg buxl ness In tiHlnesA'llle today. W. H. Utterbaek, a Diirunl attor ney wa in tho city today. W. V. Alexander and his son. Ferry. jre hero today from Alox, I. T. W. U. Utterbaek, nn attorne oi Dui-ant, was In tho city today. Scott McKlnney of McKlnney. i T.. is in tfu- city attending court. T. A. Hrown ami K. 8. Fltlmnn. merchants of Baum. wc-re lu tho city today. Ilarrlo Jo-.ich ol I-awton no hi rei dent of Arilmorf is In the city for a few day. V. U. McOarry, J. N. Chlldera and H. Tolbrt eanie In ye1rday after noon from Ada. T. I., louchartl of Fort Worth la tn the city and will install a fact air 8;- tem In the residence of V Jl Moore. Dorset Carter. J. W. Hockor, J. It. Wilson and W. (1. lllanehard, all o. Pnrudl, registered In the city this morning. Richard Hlackbum and J. A. White wcro here today en route from Mar lotta to Tishomingo. Mrs. J. Ii. Kollor waa ell.l to WynnewocHl today on. account of the serious lllnoaH of lier slstor, Mrs. S. A. Wilcox. Crover K. Cliue from the Ilealdtm vicinity wiia lu tho city yesterday, .Tr. Chase placisl two of his boys In tho Hargrove Colloge. J. M. Arnold of Springer whoso Htoiv waa recently destroyed by fire, was in tho city yesterday. Mr. Ar nold says ho will rebuild nt once. Joe MeFarlauil who has. lurfdo his homea t Lindsay some tlmo lias moved back to Ardmore. He has a position with the C. O. & C. at tho round-house. Hanks King has moved back to Ard more from Ravla. Ho has embarked in business by purchasing Roy .Mob il ya Interest In tho confectionery formerly owned by Hoy Mobioy and Chas. l)l8oo. THE WAR SITUATION. Chinese cruiser are taking on nm iiiimltlon and snppliua. RubsIhii olflclal in Manchuria are mirprised that Jaimu insists on nr'nt ItiB. 'I'oki.; (liiwto)ie say that Japan 1 dotermlned and will carry out bet plans. Tho ToRlo pi-ws 1h urging tho Ja r.nee xovernment to open hostlitlo a, oni le. Jaiwn will shortly take over tho cruiser recently purchased and now lying at (Jeoim. Japan is contending for a principle which Russia denies, henco tho pros pect that there can be no porinnnent ci.ce. RussUi Is after moro time, and it is believed Japan will submit to further negotiations looking to a pacific set dement. H. T. Klrby Badly Durneu. This monilng about 10 o'clock wh ' H. T. Klrby was at one of his nouses on West Main street tho lady of t li -house nail a tin can on the stove w tho lid Unit down tight, ami it brgan to cut up such capers that It was i moved and placed on the Moor. Mr Klrby tool; his knlfo to raise th-' ul which seemed to lit so tight as to cause the accumulation of a g' at deal of steam and upon tho lid's r lease it Knot up to tho colling tin- hot steam and water bunking Mr. Kirhy ovor his entire face. Wlillo Mr K by'a .wounds are not daugorous tin . are quite painful, and came near causing him to loso his eyes. Ono suit Mod In the commission- f court: T. K. Kearney vs. J 11 Hanies, replevin suit Case made re turnable Jnuuary 10 . nn V V MADE BY THE MANsS 5HOE. MrG C() XV n ltit. V 1D OWH tu din InSlirC Your Property With GWYN & GRAHAM GENERAL INSURANCE Thoy represent the Oi.dhst an'd Bust Firm, Line and Act iDKNT Companies in tin world. Call and sec us. in the NOSI.E "UILDING. ... .USE Plaosifter Flour Because it is the best and made at home by Whaiey Mil! and Elevator Company. A Good Showing. From Scott McKlnney, who is here from tho Uttlo town west of Marietta which lioara his mune .attendlnK court, we learned that on Sunday last at church at Antloch, out of a total of forty persons present theto were lx newly married couples, all of whom reside In that Immediate vl r nlty. 1-cap year has lortalnly mad n irood start about McKlnney We are making a special tun on our tils stock of guns and If you cun be tomptod by the lowost prlco ovor of fered you can not resist buying. WILLIAMS, C0RIIN & CO Jurt One Minute. tun- Minute Cough Cure relioves In one minute, because It kills the mi crobe which tickles tho mucous mem brane, causing the cough, and at the same tlmo clears tho phlegm, drawn out tho inflammation nnd heals and soothes tho affected parts. One min ute Cough Cure strengthens tho lungs, wards off pneumoula and Is a harmless and never falling euro In all curable cases- of coughs, colds and croup. Ono Minute Cough Curo Is pleasant to take, harmless and good allko for young and A Runaway. Yesterday afternoon Ktank Klod who hoM been, hauling hay for (i. H. Hratchor, was driving east on Fifth avenuo, northwest, with a lurge load of nay, the sidewalk crossings are so riNiKh at the Intersection of Fifth ave nue and North Washington Uiat wiien he Ktruek them, a portion of his haj was tumbled forward onto Ills team, which caused them to run away. lie manaiced to stay on tho wagon until It ran Into a telephone po-t, which wub Mplluterod Into pieces. Hay waa scattered for several bh cks an-l Mr. Floyd em-apd with a few slight bruises F0LEYSK0MYHLM Cures Cold.i) Prnvcnts Pneumonia If some men woro worms they I would bo too lazy to turn I PURCELLMIILJELEVATOR CO. I PURCELL. I.T. WHOLESALE Cold Weather Bargains. IS very heavy $2.50 shoe in the house this week at $'2.00. Good Box Calf, S inch top shoe, for $3 00. Same in ) inch top for $3.50. Agent for the 1 locker Bootee, the genuine. LYNN, The Shoe Man, U. S. (lraliniu : : : : : THE EAST SIDE RESTAURANT The bpst place in town tn get tho : CiK.nuini: s- imiunch drip COFFHH. Meals at all Hours. : Phone 1!1 1. : KATIE WILLIAMS, Prop. : : SMOKE The Hldo Home Made Union Made Best 5 Cent Cigar in the City. HANWAY & OWENS, Successors to COBB & JOHNSON, Marble and Granite Dealer. Ivim-iUs fnrnt-!i"l on tnonu mentw, tuinbt mics .i d iron fenc itiR. Oflico at inarbli ymils, South rns!imi,'toti Street, Ardtnorp. f. T. The FineBt Honsts. Steak, Mutton, SnnsoKO, Etc., mid tho Freshest Vbro tables are always found at KERNER &. HOFFMAN. LEADER. The World's Stand arcl of a good Flour. Tvler & Simpson Company. A Good Dinner. DISTRIBUTORS.