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Are Scientific Palmist, hnviug 17 years of practical experience
before the American ami European public. THE RENO'S have no
eqtttt's aa Palmists. Coining of the Fatuous Keno Family, they with
out asking a question, tell ycu your name, reveal everything you
wish to know regnrdiug any one or anything, uothing too great, no
thing too obscure for them to reveal. If you are in doubt or have
troubles, come and we will thoroughly unravel them, ami not one cent
will be charged unless you are satisfied. Remember Ardmore is not
our home ami we will not bo here always, so take advantage of our
presence aud consult, us now.
Private Parlors, Cruce Building,
M'l MARKET II
By dutllot Dros.
Jan 7.02 02 7.67-6S
Jan. Feb 7.19-5'J 7 6J C5
Feb. Mcll 7.47 68 7.53-51
Mch.Apl 7.48.51 7.52.53
Apl.May 7.45-51 7.51
May Juno 7.11-54 7.49-53
Juno July 7.43-52 7.4!)
July Auk' 7.39-48 , 7.14
Aug. Sep 7.19-29 7.24
Spots 7..S2 Sales C0I0 Tone lirm
New York Futurei.
MONTH OPKN ULOBK
Mcll 14.40 14.30-31
May 14.54 11.47-18
July 14.59 14.54-55
AUtf 13.01 14.01
Jan.. 13.23 11.10-11
Spots, quiet. Middlings, 14.50.
New Orleans Futures.
MONTH OPKN. CLOSE.
Moh 14 60 14 40.41
May lt.bD 14.73-74
July 15.17 15 01
Chicago Grain Market.
May.... ITT? 891 1)21
July 83 84
May 401 50f
July 481 188
May 41! 42!
July 378 3S
May 13.17 13.21
1 Staple and Faocy Groceries, I
Hardware, Lumber and all
Exclusive Agents for the Celebrated "Lender" Flour.
Every Sack guaranteed. Specinl prices Riven to
Merchants ou Flour, Groceries, Etc.
moncsT lUMtT puis Pi tor ctiicucns jiid tm. g
"Trade with us and be Satisfied. "
T. N. COLEMAN,
Main Street, ?
A.M. TO OP. Mi
Tlio salo of seats for tho nrosonta
tloii of "David Hartim" at Iho Kobl
son opera lioiiho Thursday night prom
Isoh to brcnU a great many local
records. This deduction In drawn
from tho number of Inquiries which
havo boon made rogariHng the piny.
It would seom an If ovory one who
has rend tho book had decided to so
tho play taken from between Its cov
ers. Coimequently tho Interest taken
In tho coming of thi play is away
out of tho ordinary. Tho comedy I
Raid to be ono of tho groattt sue
cesaoH now before tho public. Since
its production it haa been praised as
tho greatoot dramatization matl in
years, and it reproduces in a mar
vclously faithful way .111 of tho prac
tical scenos, Incidents and characters
of Woscott's book. Ono of the scones
It doscrlbed as being excruciatingly
funny; it allows tho sanctimonious
Deacon I'orklns behind tho balky
horso wldch ho bought from Uaruin
during a heavy downpour of rain, the
horso balking in front of Hanu.s
bank. Tho company to bo seen here
In tho comedy is ono of much all
Last night as tho crowd was iea
lng tho opera house an olilcer saw
Hob Thompson of Leon with a bright
looking pistol sticking cut from his
locket. As ho accosted tho young
man, Thompson made a break for
frosh air, but tho olilcer was too quick
for 'him, and tho young man now lan
guishetli In jail, while the . jailer
takes care of tlio weapon.
300 pairs men's shoes, $2.50 and S3
values, clearing out at $1.50
MADDEN' &. CO.
Subscribo for tho Ardmorelto.
kinds of Building Material.
T. 11. Cathey went to Sulphur to
day J 12. Jones left toJny for Oxlahonia
J. A. Taylor Is hero from Wynne
vocd. Cliarley King came. over JoJay from
.Bdgar Wilholm rctilrull home yes
ttrrdny to Ada.
Jcs U Jerri fin Is in the city today
jjom Marietta., ,
C. J. Orant caniu down this morning
fiom Pauls Valley.
J. N. Cmnmlngs of I.ono drove was
In tho city yesterday.
Harry V. Hill of Gainesville Is In
tho citv attending court.
O. W. Adam and Ouy P. Cobb nro
In Uie city from Tishomingo.
P I.. Klllcn. a prominent citizen of
Prock. whs In the city tmlny.
Walter ltmllnlll rf Tlititomlngo win
In th dty yeatrday on business.
Mrs. Italdwlu loft tohiy for Spring-fit-til.
.Mo., where she vtelts friends.
i-anniei J. Krepp and C. W. Vmvy
aie in the city from Oklahoma City.
Clyde Pnllhim lias returned home
from a stay of a year in Arizona and
D. A. ltlchnrritton, nn attorney of
South McAWter, wiih in the dty yes-t-
-day and i-eturnwl home on tho
John U dalt and Oewge Henry
Hruco hnvo returned from Durant,
where they attended a meeting of Con
fi derate veterans In honor of tho
birthday of den. Hobt.sIS. Lee.
Sidney Suggn and Mayor DIcK ro
turned from South MeAlester today,
where they attended tho executive
committee meeting of the Democratic
party, to arrango for a place to hold
tho convention for the Indian Terri
tory. J. II. McCImren, who has been tn
the city for several days on a visit,
and prosivectlng. returned home to
day to Pontotoc county, .Mist. Mr.
McCharen was very much Impretteed
with thin country and may return
next fall and make his homo with us.
Leo dalt was awarded tho contract
to make tho till on Main streot across
Wolf- Creek, which require 0,000
yards of dirt. Tho extending of the
aqueduct untler tho fill will be dono by
Dr. W. S. lleuhtol, dontlst, nas
moved his olflco from over llamsey's
drug store, and can now bo found at
Dr. Alvls' oillce over Hamilton's shoe
Today's Rain report.
Telephono reort8 from the follow
ing towns show rain, falling at 10
o'clock today: Mill Creek, Springer,
Duncan, Sulphur, Marietta, Lebanon,
Lono Grove, Keller, Ixjco, Chngrls,
Cornlhh, Dixie, Hcnldton, Wynne
wood and Pauls Valley.
Sailor Jean and his trolloyetto will
bo horo on tho 22nd. Jean started
out April 1 from Augusta, Maine,
and will visit every capital In the
United States before ho returns. Ho
walks and pushes a wheel barrow on
which is a barrel In which he carries
his clothes, provisions, etc.
First Car Beef.
A. V. LIndoll, manager for Swift &
Co . Ardmore, today received his first
car of frosh beef. The Swift people
liave been In Ardnioro eight monthh
and aro very much pleased with their
Don't forget tho 11. V. P. U. social
Leo Stewart has tondorod his ros
Ignatloit to Commissioner Hobnott as
constable for tho first commlsehmor's
district of tlio Southern judicial dls-
trlct. and has moved his roeidoucc
In tho commissioner's court today
Henry Tudson was tried, charged
with tho larcony of somo wlro from
tho premises of J. S. Mullen near
Lono Grove. Ho wns acquitted.
II. V. P. U. social at Mr. and .Mrs,
A. Nichols' Thursday promises to be
Local Cotton Market.
Tho cotton market opened ilrm hero
this morning and up, but closed a
little down. Lint cotton brought
trom 13 to 13 1-2 cents, whllo seed
cotton brought from 3.50 to 3.80. Tho
receipts were light.
Mnrston can savo you money on any
kind of masonry. 0-lm
Tho Nowland flros. of Tennossco
have purchased Wlilto's livery stable
on Washington street. Sam Nowland
la horo now and In control of the
ptoporty. Those gontlomcn aro tho
samo who purchased a tract of land
lying north of tho city recently anil
aro tho kind of pcoplo to whom Ard
nioro extends a cordial welcome.
SENATOR COMES OUT BOLDLY
FOR ONE STATE.
His Bill Is to Admit Oklahoma and In.
.rfian Territory on Equal Footlnp,
ard Thus Knock Out Piece
meal Absorption Plan.
Washington, D. C. Jan. 20. Tho In
troduction yostonmy by Senator Quay
of the hotiK) lngle rtalehood bill
Indicate thut tho Pennsylvania sen
ator Intend coming out bofdly for
one state for Oklahcmu and Indian
This ')lll admits botli territories ou
an equal footing nd It now looks as
though liilH pldti might 1m3 accepted.
thiw doing away with the piecemeal
plan or admitting Indian Territory
formerly agreed upon by iwrty lead
era. SINGLE STATEHOOD HEARING.
House Committee on Territories Be
gan Hearing Today.
An! morel to Special.
Washington, 1). O Jan. 20. Th'
house territories coinmltee today bo
gau thf hearing ou the Okloiwuini
Sidney Clark of Oklahoma City
wa tho first speaker.
It was claimed that nine-tenths ot
tho people of Oklahoma favored the
Mcdulre hill which provide Immedi
ate statehood for Oklahoma, and gives
consent to furthor nnnoxntlon of In
dian Territory, If congrcen so desires
A very lively iulerost was shown
by the committee at the hearing nnd
a decided favor towards slnglo state
Commissioner Thomas Doylo will
speak tomorrow ou slnglo statehood.
Prohibition Question In Cooke County
Settled in Federal Court.
Gainesville, Tex. Jan. 20. Informa
tion reached this city this afternoon
that tho Cooko county prohibition
question had been settled In tho fed
eral court by It being decided that
the late election was uncoiustltutlonnl
Thl knocks out tho quostluu entire
ly and nothing but another election
will finally decide It again.
Mammoth January clearing sale now
on. MADDEN & CO.
The Postal at Wynnewood.
Tho Postal-Telegraph Co. today
oeiied un olllco at Wynnowood and
will shortly open other olllcos between
Ardmore and Oklahoma City.
Clearing out ladles' ilno shoos at
MADDEN & CO.
Says Her Boy Beat Her.
' Yostcrday afternoon Mrs. S. Torger-
son, who lives In Northwost Ardmore,
swore, out a complaint against her
17-year-old boy, charging him with
aggravated assault upon her. Tlio boy
was arrested and is now In Jail. Tlio
mother said her boy beat her to such
an oxtent that sho w.oa compelled to
apply to tho authorities for protec
tion. When a boy gots so low down to
strike his mother for any reason, vvc
think he should bo punltfhcd to the
fi'llost extent of the law.
One lot moil's suits, a'rtcd stjlcii.
clearing out at half price.
MADDEN & CO
Attention, Lincoln Club.
A fall meeting of tho club Is htrt
by ordered for Monday, January 2j
nt 8 p. m., to take action In the mat
ler of rooommondlng a suitable party
as candldato for constable for tlu
Uultod State commissioner's court at
this placo. T. II. JOHNSON, Pres.
Big lot ladles' tallorod suits clearing
out at half price. MADDEN & CO.
It is easier to count money than shoes, 4
therefore we will give ten per cent off
on every pair shoes sold until Feb.
1, Stacy Adams & Co, excepted.
This meting $5 shoes for $4.51) nnd 3.G0 thoeH for $3.15, etc
Our shoes are marked in plain llRures. You enn " JL
do your own flKiirini;. fh
Also 25 jrnir Misses Button Shoes, 13 to 12
Worth $1.50, at 5(X.
Also 75 pair Ladies Button Shoes, sizes 2 1-2, 3 1-2. 7 8
Worth $2 ntul $2,50, nt .'.75c
V. fl. (lwyn.
lilSUrC Your Properly With
GWYN & GRAHAM
They represent the Oi.di-st and Bust Fiuk, Likk.and
Acc idknt Companies in tho world. Call and see us.
in the NOBLE BUILDING.
Because it i the best and made at home by
Wlialey Mill and Elevator Company.
W. P. POLAND,
$ Buys nnd sells haul, makes
f lease contracts, secures til
f lotments for citizens, keep
f firstclass surveyor in office,
f work Runrantceri. Oillce over
J First National Btuik.
ARDMORE SHOEING SHOP,
We do nil kinds of Scientific,
I'racticnl and Artistic ShoeitiR,
Special attention Riven to diseased
feet nutl truck horses.
Wo nre nlso prepnred to do nil
kiuds of general work, such as
carriage, wagon und plow work.
Don't forget tho number, 20G.
HOBBS & BANDY, Prop's.
North Cailiio St. Ardmore, I. T.
BROWN & BRIDGiMN,
Undertakers and Embalmers,
Up-to-tlnto in every respect.
Complete lino of Collins, Ctiskots,
Burial Robes, Shoes, Hose,
f! loves, etc. Calls attonded to
promptly day or night, and your
loved ones will bo handled with
tondorest euro. Have a boaittU
ful lino of picture mouldings
and can fratno your pictures on
short notice. Call and seo us.
Next door to P. O. Ardmoro, I. T.
Night calls promptly answered
nt Phone No. 7.
Sco Marston for curbing on streets
or yards. 9-lm
PURCELL , I.T.
R. S. Graham
THE EAST SIDE RESTAURANT
Tho hest placo In town to get tho
t Mcnls at all Hours.
KATIE WILLIAMS, Prop.
Best 5 Cen! Cigar in the City.
HANWAY & OWENS,
Successors to COUB & JOHNSON,
Marble and -Granite
JSstimntes furnished on monu
ments, tombstones nnd iron fenc
ing. Ofllco at marble yards, South
Washington Street, Ardmore, I.T.
The Finest Konsts, Stenk,
Mutton, Sausage, Etc.,
nnd the Freshest Vege
tables are nlwoys found at
KERNER & HOFFMAN.
The World's Stand
ard of a "odd Flour.
Tvler & Slmnson
A Good 0