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ONE NIGHT Tuesday, Jan. 26. The Comedy ami Dramatic Social PuncUou of the Season THAT "ODD FELLOW" MR. HARRY BERESFORD IN J. M. BAKKIK'S MASTERPIECE "The Professor's Love Story" ALTMOK OF Maude Adams' tho Little Minister. THE GREATEST COMEDY SUCCESS OF THE SEASON, One Continuous Lang". Don't Mi. Seeing It. ENTIRE PRODUCTION CARRIED! Prices, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50. Carriages May Be Ordered for 11 p, m. , wL i fe - J. A Canine Chorus i hardly le. discordant tliun the sounds emitttd by some alleged .pianos after a few months' use We have been offered them at al most any old price, but we prefer to handle only instruments which will moke friends for us in every home they go iuto. If you pro pose to BUY A PIANO. lift us show you how to Ret a first class instrument nt a t'ourt-class pri -e We will talk about pay for ;t nfterwards E. B. LUKE, Akumuhe, I. T- J, N. Moore. T. (1. Caldwell. I IViGORE;& CO., Staple find Fancy JGro cerles and Feed. Btst and cheapest place in Ard more to buy groceries. Special city delivery. I'houe ICS. North Caddo street. HAY! HAY!! HAY!!! R. W. CAVINESS, Wtleiili Dealer ml SM(pn ol Vt I i :i put 111 I Write for Prices. HUGO, : 1ND. TER. DR. W H ENLOE, Dentist, Has moved to tha Hardy building, oor Rameoy'a drug store. Your patronage soltcltod X. V. Scivally. Q. T. Ledbetter. 8CIVALLY A. LEDBETTER, Deal Eitate, Rentals and Collections. , Notary In Offlcs, )fflc over T. N. Coleman's drui Those guns at Williams, Corhn &: Co'h. have been reduced In prlco until you won't tnisa the amount required to purchase. Como in nnd exnmlne tho stock. Marston etui wive you money on auy hind of masonry. 91m Seo Marston for curbing on streets or yards. 91u Kull line of sweet and sour relishes, ftpuli cheese, nice grnpea nnd nil kinds of fruits for pies at 1 .and rum Rros. 24-3t The man who can't afford to travel njoys it more than the man who an ! It s awful ooy to be good bus- ! and to a woman unless you are mar- 1 to hlT. Ii it nearly time for Irish potato planting and Tennessee Triumph Is thf lii't I.mdrum Hrox have them. W. P. POLAND, I LANDS. Buys ami sells laud, makes I lease contracts, secures al- t lotments for citizens, keep I firstclass surveyor in ofllce, work guaranteed. Office over First National Bank. & - C P MALL W. M. MILLIb. HALL & HILLIS ,'PMONIi No. 104. No, i22,iSouth Side East .Main St. ARDMORE, 1. T. New aud Second Hand Goods of all kinds bought, sold, rented, re paired aud exchanged. Installment Payments atGash Prices. ARDMORE SHOEING SHOP, We do all kinds of Scientific, Practical and Artistic Shoeing, Special attention given to diseased teet and track horses We are also prepared to do all kinds of general work, such as carriage, wagon and plow work. Don't forget the number, 20G. MOUlJS & BANDY, Prop's. North Caddo St. Ardmore, I. T. Plumbing! J The time is rii e for Plumb- ing work. Wo have on hands a full supply of Plumbing Material. We know how to do your Plumbing. Our Plumbing prices are right. Uonie and see us. WEEKS BROS., Practical Tinners und Plumbers. A SERIOUS QUESTION. iiivt Kin wbb.ii has been inject- iii into tno state-noon controversy nnd which seems now likely to c- tmii.sly complicate the Issue is the pro .kIods inserted In Senator Quay's hill tout tlx state of OkhtJionm shall m-ver eiuu-t any law restrlcthtfr the right of suffrage on account of me. rior or previous couohmhi of ser- it tide, nor sh4l any wliMftlkimit l lalimmtiod be mm on tie right suffrage. Thu immediately ralnes the old Is sue of state rights. The Dwmocats. per since the dnys of Cullioun have steadfastly clung to the iff tf that no l'-1.-llim should be enacted by con gress which takes away I corn Uie statu any ff the p wers given the stain iiimIot the federal constitution. Thf supreme ourt of the t'nlted State, bas frequently held that the rtcht to lmoe educational qunlltl- ca (.tons upon vMn was a power exclusively wlHiln th Jurisdiction of the state and one that should not be ipqulretl into by a fedeml tribunal. The proposition now to compel the new utate to eMer Into a compact. rH'meiit with the federal govern ment whereby the new sinte shall never exercise tlte right iven to It j 'uim feleral coustltutton Is o:i that Is repugnant to tne Democrats, and considered Inexpedient by many liepublb'avns. While a xmall mliHirlty the raombershfp of I) th the house ami Mftiate may be in favor of such lepttslatlon. The great majority are opposed to it. Neverthelea the Nor thern am! A"Bstern members can not Kfratn from atipiMrtlng such a pro viHion. becHiise of the extreme senti ment of their constituents who have at all limew favored similar legisla tion for the Southern states. The Southern memtter must. In order to be consistent, oppose such a provis ion, for to uiport It would be a re pudiate n of the tuffrage provisions ot the constitutions of nearly all of the Southern states. Thus It seems probable that the race controversy may In- Injected Into the discussion of this measure, In which event Its final consideration will be delayed for ma ny months and the final decision will bo at least doubtful. Don't Overlook Thlsl ICmbroldories Our ontlro line of Swim and Hamburg Binbrolderlo. values up to 20 cent, now por yard E cents. CINCINNATI HACKBT STOKK. JOHN HAMMER CONSTABLE. Lincoln Club Met and Recommended Him to the Office. There was a special nicotine of the Lincoln club last night called for the purple of selecting and recommend ing the apKlntment of n constable for liili commissioner's district, vice I.ee Stewart, reelgneil. After stating the object of the meet iig nominations were In order and the names ot John Hammer. Itobert J. HutchliiB. Charley Sklpworth. J. P. lrby and W. W. Taliaferro were bal lotoil m. after each ballot dripping the lowest tiMin until there were two candidaiex left Hammer and Hutch- Ins. Another lmllot and John Hammer whs declared the choice of tho club. Judge Townscnd hns the appointing lovur and will probably apitolnt Mr. Hammer ttHlny or tomorrow, when he will proceed at once on his duties. Our closing out sale is still on. i; cent cotton toweling now 2 cents per yard. CINCINNATI HACKET STORE. Look Here, Menl The pastors of your churches feel that we should have several meetings for men during tho revival now going on nt the Methodist church. One or these meetings will be held Thursday evening next at 2:30 o'clock. We come to you for yourselves nnd your town Our claim Is your Inter est, your salvation and the good of your city. As tho pastors of your several churches, we take pleasure In asking you t j be present at the service Thursday evening. Spec ial service to men J. M. C. IIA.MIIru.N. F. P. FLANIKEN. WM. CHAWFOltl). J. CIjAKKNCK UHAU, C. C. WHITH. J. U KKLl.KIl, S. F. (lODDAItl). Silk and Satin Ribbon. All colors. SUe 5. 7. 9, 12. 10. Go ing out of business pi li e. per yard I cent CINCINNATI HACKKT STORK. Some of the ladles will romombor with pleasure when girls wore deli cate hat croat Ions made of tho silk' like tissue of corn husks. These may bo seen again at Miss Hussell Shliv holser's. 2t-3t One half of the building now occu pled by J. H. Spioglo will bo for rent after Feb. . See Splegle at his bali ery 17-tf HOLDERS OF STOCK. Muit Observe Existence of Tribal Laws of he Chickasaw Nation. To Whom It May Concern: Attention o' non-eltlens m.w holding stock within the llmiu of the Chlckaaaw na4ion. Indian Territory, of whti pro OS to ship or otherwise in trounce Into saM imtlon any stock, in reapect li.lly invited to the tribal laws of the Chickasaw nation and the regttmtmns o the secretary of the interior, ap proved June .1. 1902. concerning the same. Such regulations provide Hint per sons other than recognised citizens ot the Choctaw and Chickasaw na tions, desiring to Introduce or hold stock within tho limit, of the Chlcl-.n-uw natkm. shall first make applica tion to thin ofllce; also that on Janu ary 1st of each year, or prior to tne Introduction of nuclt stock, an annual tax of twenty-five cents per head be paid to the United States Indian agent a Union Agency. Muskogee. Indian Territory. Said regulations furtaer provide for such imyinetit on stock htId in the Chlckaaaw Nation at the date of the approval of the regulations (June 3. 1902), within ten duys from receiving notice, and that all stock witnin said nation after July 1. 1002. subject to and on w hlch taxes had not been pal! would be considered as being so held unlawfully and were subject to reinov al without fnither notice. In view of the deluy heretofore in forwarding Uie remittances as requlr ed to the Indian agent, notice Is ro nxt'tfiilly hereby given that hereaf ter where payments are not forward ed to the Indian agent within ten days after January 1st of oach year on all stock subject to tax hefd in th Chickasaw natkm at that tlmo, surii stock will be subject to removal with out further notice. Notice is further given that where slock subject to this tax Is hereafter shipped or otherwise Introduced Into wild nation, without first making np plication, and making remittance, as required, such stock will also be su: Ject to removal without further no tlce. To avoid further trouble and an noyance by having their stock remov ed, interested jtartics must comply with existing regulations, copies o which can be had on application. Very rosixfjtfully. J. OBORC.i: Willi! HT. U. S. Indian Inspector for Indian Territory. Cured Lumbago. A. B. Canman, Chicago, writes Mar t 1903: "Having been troubled with lumbago at dlfforent times and tried ono physician after another: then dif ferent ointments and liniments, gave It up altogether. So I tried once more, nnd got a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment, which gave mc almost Instant relief. I can cheerfully reo cunaend It, and will add my name to your list of former sufferers." 25c, f.0c and $1. Sold by W. B. Frame. CAN'T ARREST BURTON. Senator Immune From Custody Whi.e Senate Is in Session. St. IuIb. Jan. 25. United .-itntei Senator J. Ralph Burton ot Kansas, who was Indicted by tho Federal i. rand Jury on nine counts, charged with ac cepting five checks of 5ou each from the Rialto Grain and Securities com pany iH'tween November 22. 1902. and March 2U. 1'.io:t, while u United si tales senator, is Immune fiom arrest while the konnte Is in session. It is expect ed that the present senate seftslon will Inst until the summer but the United States district attorney. Mr. Dyer, be lieves Senntor Burton will at once make, arrangements for a speedy trial. Tho penalty provided upon convic tion for the offense with which Senn ton Burton Is charged 1h a penitentiary sentence of not more than two years and a fine of not more than JIU.tJOO, and on In'Uig so convicted he shall be rendered incapable of holding otllco of trust, honor or emolument under tho government. Burton Waives Rights. Washington. Jan. 25. Sonator Bur ton of KauiHis has indicated to his Mend his intention of waiving all his rights as United State senator and ac cepting the servico in the St. luU case at once. He left for St. Louis last evening, expressing a ilelermlim t lun to force the matter to an Imme diate IsMie. GOINO OUT OF BUSINESS. A, announced In our circulars and newspaper advertisements, we are go ing out of the retail bmlno entirely and Just as soon as we can dispose of our prustmt stock of goods we will embark In the wholesale notion bust ness exclusively. Wo will have no use for the gieaier part of the shelving and other fixtures we nre now using and will soil thorn cheap. If you need anything In the fixture line come In and see us. Wo are making extra efforts to get rid of our present stock of goods, and priced have been cut below wholesale cost CINCINNATI RACKET STORE. With Unsurpassed Facilities Courtesy and Promptness. THE ARDMORE LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY Oflem it services to thone who apprecUte ft clo attention f.o their bualneiM. 2 por cent. Intercut pnld on checking: ncoounU per cent, on mvlnir". I'ompoumk-d soml-anninllr WE WANT YDUR BUSINESS. j COMK TO S1SK L'S. ,'T. The Best McAlester Coal, $7.50 Per Ton. Give us your orders and they shall receive our best attention. SS'Phone 150. Strictly Cash on Delivery. Landrum Bros. Successors to A, F, Jones Groceries AND We solicit ycur trade and guar antee at all times the finest Flour, Meuts, Coffees and Fancy Groceries Big shipment of East Texas pure Ribbon Can Syrup just received. LVADODARTCDS FOB FEED I I send this message of h 4 New Year ! Greetings to Everybody Everywhere May every month of the New Year of iqo come to you laden with sunshlnr, happiness and prosperity. iqo.i, with all Its triumphs, with all Its sorrows, has passed into history. On every page is written my apprecatlon for business you have thrown Into my hands and here is u broad invitstlon to you to give me your business in 1904. Frank Berryhill, The Tinner, HAVENS & T0WEF1Y Have opened a Illaokamlth Shop on .oath aide of Main atreei, at Dan Contray'a old atand, and ate now pre. pared todo anr and all klnda ot work In the tdackamlth line. Horse Shoeing, Farm anp NVaRon Work, Buggy and Carriage Work, Well Drills Made and Repaired. Holler Flues and Line Shaft a Specialty. We extend ft cordial invitation to all our old cu.tomera anil invite all who need work of thla kind to clve u. a call. None barred. Ardmore, - Ind. Ter. All winter hats are absolutely to be sold nt cost this week at MissRus sell Shlnholser's. 21-3t Twenty-one years and a full stock or stoves repaired. 2t-3 HAU, & MUMS. Whitehead cabbage, sweet and Irish potatoos, rice and butter beans at I.andrum Bros. 24-3t Coal or wood stovo3, any kind re paired al 21-3 HALL & HILLIS. Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L.L.D. Of Waverly, Texas, writes: "Of a morning, when first arising, I often find a troublesomo collection of phlegm which produces a cough and Is vory hard to dislodge; but a small quantlty.of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will at once dislodge it. and the trou bio la over. I know of no medlcino that Is equal to it, and It is so pleas ant to tako. I can most cordially recommend It to all parsons needing a medlcino for throat or lung trouble.' I5c, 50c and $1 at V. 13, Frame's, . We have on hand for prompt delivery ARDMORE ICE CO. 4..:. i i OlLM M llOWNTBKB J II HaLL j Chickasaw ! Saloon,! ....Dealer In..., Fine Whiskeys, ) Imported Wines, j NORMAN, OKLA. Mail Orders A Specially, : t -H-(-Hi " SANTA FE ALL THE WAY! FROM TEXAS To Colorado To Arizona and the GRAND CANYON To California To Kansas fi!i To Chicago To St. Louis Magnificent Tralns-A Dust less, Well Ballasted Road. A Sysicmtf Wotld Famous hatlnt Mouses. Ease r.nm. fort. Speed, Luxury. That's nat rou uet on the Ask for Detail Info.matlon. ADDRESS W. S. KEF.NAN, Q. P. A. Galveston, Texas. HOT TAMALES -AND At all hours, Shoit Older a specialty, Como with your buckets and get them filled. BURL HICKS, Next Door to E. B. Puph. NEW YEAR Cakes g Pastry To be of the highest grade of excellence, should be ob taincd at Spiegle's where the baker's art reigns su preme and riots in the greatest profusion of good things to eat. We have the finest Hread, the most lus cious Cakes and delightful Rolls. SPIEGLE'S BAKERY I Can Quickly Sell Yqur Ileal Eitato or llualneaa for Caah 110 matter where located. Send iu par ticular, price, etc., and receive my plan Ita free. CIIA8. POWELL, 1 W. .Mohawk St . Buffalo, New York