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Imore, Sunday, November 27,
THE OAiLY ACMORErE.
Why it is Wood?
Hour fin tli st l.ullillnc be Ureprootf to
Made to by n Urn Inpurnnre pulley. Our pol
H If win rover you for any ninonnt nml nur
I N'liiiom rate arr pretty reasonable
l liable to detro. yonr hullillni; at any
time. WIit nt provide Inr auoh an etner
Krncy? Wben it doe come vou can erect a
lie it bulldlne with the mime paid over to
ou,ln accordance wltb the term ut t h
pulley. You then feel the bleating) of tire
Instil anee. why delay ny longer! Call on
ut for foil partlculaiK a ti t-ollrle prem
S. R. BRUCE
KHR M12N BOYS AND CHILDREN
ildron's Kuii! Tip Hals' to
ildr n s l'c Calf Itit's s to I
ys Vh i Hi u i.i is '. to 2
, s Ki ssi n i. .(i mi a lu rs, 1;J
s S.iitu ( i i. is 2 to r
I UNION MADE
lrij't J 90
1 1 25
to 2 ... .. . 1.50
I toys' box cfllf bluehers
Hoj s' patent leather
cap buls, U to ."i 2.50
Men 's satin calf cap buls 1.50
Men's vici cap bals 1.50
Men's box calf cap buls 2.00
Men's velour cap buls. . 2.25
Men's tnedow call bals. . 2-75
Men's heavy Itootoos . 2 25
Men's Mlour Booties. . 5 00
Men's tine Hoots,
at S4.00 to 5. 00
Our Followcrafi. Shoes
in all the latest toes,
in fun tin'tals, velour.
icis and patents . . 3-50
NcttMon Vicis at 5 00
NYtUoton Patents at . . 6. 00
Wc liae the snappiest line of Men's and Hoys' Shoes
rdmore. Exerv shoe new and latest shape. It will pay
to see our line
D. J. TREADWELL
oor vve.tfif Cltj NutlooHl Hank
HDMOIlK f.VII. TT.K
Migh Art Millinery
The lurjjest and most up to date. Millinerv Iluuse ui
linoii.. Many novelties shown hero that can not be
nd elsewhere. Our lino of
am sullin' ut Half Prko to cloo out. We are headouar-
Ls for misses' and children s heudwoar All stylos caps.
bciul lino ladies' and misses' luan-.tailor-tnudu Skirts
OLOMON, THE BAKER,
aker of Good Things to Eat
nccs that notwithstanding the
Ice of flour, lie la still making
RY PEST HREAD.
ikes, plee nnd buns cannot to
Indies are .always fresh, pure.
atuble. Hive my VERY PEST
If you oat them once you will
5e VERY REST DREAD.
SOLOMON, Tho naker,
uior of Good Things to Eat
J. F. Havens
Hag Jtipuncd the old Miller blacksmith
shop on Caddo street and Is prepared
to do uny mid nil kinds of blacksmith
and woodwork nml horse-shoeing. Ho
will exercise his best judgment and
common sense of long experlene on
horse-Uioulng, preventing your borto
fnfiu Ini erfering, or thick at toe, buck
kneed, corns in heel and malic your
horse travel free anil easy. Soliciting
u shaTC of your patronage on any of
this work 1 promieo entire satisfaction.
Call and see tne. 11 .7
S (1. Wotvds tt Madtll na her
J. H. Went of PauN Vnlley was hero
Robt. F Weoms of Sherman was
J 1. Ultlo of Ron was hero y ester
.r.y on biuin!sx.
Don A. PIUs ot Stiortnun was in
the city yesterday.
W. O. Garrison of Duruood spent
Saturday In the city.
b. I'. Hudson of Tlshomlnpj wa
in the eily yesterday.
Hon. Wm. M. Richard Ik in tin .
fiom Columbus. Ohio.
Cha-t. I,. Ixmdou wan hete yeMor
.ay from Tishomingo.
R. R. and Wm. Haynm of Monerly
vi re In tho city yesterday.
Or. T. S. IVotli bt at hnttm from a
1iinon trip to Vm Worth.
J H. Alvcrxon or Woodltinl wan
anon our visitors yeHterday.
K. W. Kreager or Wheeler fipuni
the day In the elty yostenlay on biul-
Mrs. lX'lla Aloxander. Otli Ave., N.
W.. who luw itvoen very fMek, 1m re
Mw. Myrtlo Webb Ik lit tltu city
firm Port Worth, ihe giuwt ut in
nioUier. Mrn. M. Ikard.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. .MiKire Ictt laHt
night Tor a two wekH" visit at tbelr
rnueh in Wi.-stcrn Texas.
Mr. Canada, a magazine publisher
of Denver. Colo., is In tho elty la
the Interest or IiIh publication.
Rev. W. It. SelMilge or Forney. Trx
ns, is In tin- elty visiting with bin
ton. lTor. (1. I'. Selvldge and wile.
Wm. Uyrd returned lam night rrom
Dallas where he spout ThaukHgivlng
nml attended the Elks' danco I'linnkT).
Mrs. fT.sl OriH.-nleat ot Augusta,
Ga., has arrived In Uie elty anil
tnko tJie place or Mr. Katherine i'eo
pies, who is leaving the elty.
W. C. Hoover or Chandler, Ok.. Is
here looking over the elty to Invnwi-gr-tc
property values. He will make
wmo Investments In Ardinore.
I'hll Adler. capitalist, trom l.eta
non. Intl., brother of Mrs. 11. ,i.
Xo8os and Mrs. D. Itndman, 1k here
on a visit and with a vlow or invest
ing. Goo. N. Uluo of I'eru, Ind., trt
among the late visitors to tho city.
Mr. Win; is looking over the two ter
ritories for thn purpose or making
Frank Humboldt Clark, an attor
ney or Chicago, is in Ihe i lty on n
tusinesH proposition, which, when
! matured, mooon a great ilwil to Arn
mote. ! Mru. J. AV. Doromus or llryan, Tex-at-,
accompanied by her little riaugh-
jter Mlw Ozello, Ls in the. cfy, tho
Kiust erf 3ier sister. Mrs. E. II. l ugti
Corporal hVed. Ix I-nn, Company I).
lbUi Infantry, located at Atlanta, Oa..
was a pleasant caller at tho Ardmon
ito offlca yesterday. Corporal Lynn
H a brother to Mrs. J. H. AJvorson
j 1 Woodrord and waa on rcnitc thTe.
, to visit.
I C F. S. Neal of Chicago, prosidont
of tlie Uoaid or Control, Endowment
, Rank, Knights ..l I'ythlns ana also
, inem.u'r of the Snureme ..'o. ar
il veil In the city yesterday owning
ver tho Frisco. He was at a-i In
formal reception at tho K. of I'. hall
lat night and will spend a part ot
the day with Joo M. Ixmdon. Mr.;
Neal will alto meet an old-time frlond
livrc. Air. Phil Adlor or I-banon, Ind.
THE NEW JAIL.
Ore of the Finest In the South West
j Ha Been Completed.
ttncle Sam's tine Jill hoimo lias
, Meun vompletwl and ftMerul prisoners
ait- now comfortably quartered In the
lew Jail. Tho removal of the nrlon
rr occurred during the early part ot
, the week and they gave a shout ol
o Indicating their seal "I i.pprova
i ef the new place whet, tl.e transfer
vas made. The mntrast between th'
old and new Jail, In like comparing u
tboroughbied race horso wlUi a MTtib
pony. To state that the prisoners were
glad to be quartered In tho new Jail
wculd be expressing It wltli n too
, common word. The oillelnln are
'greatly )leaiil with tiio change, the
Jail and Its lovntloti. The imiMUintio1
of the wuiltary eonditloiis tiiivo not
been overlookinl by the utlloialn and
m a riwult Hit! place Is well equipped
lit this raspet. The Jail, In (Met. ls
t.p-ttHlate In every wny nml will com
ixiro favorably with any In the ninth
wet. ConbltuctiHl nt a etmi or tnmo-
tiling over 125.000. The Jull Ik nlmllar
in ovory dofall to thomi eoimtniciivi
In Vlnltn. Mtukogee and Hottth .Mr
tester. A special appropriation wan
made by coiiicre for Uhhh' Jails over
two yearn ago.
Tlio prlm will ucioininodalo om
luitidroit and Mty-threo men. iftich
till is wiiiplled with a bunk nml beii
material. The third itnor on the otwt
hide him been reserved lor women
Tho re are also separate umiiih for
while ami black prisoners. On Hit
west silde U located the hospital lor
tlio alek. The Jail also rontulns a
Ir.i.ndry and rtiuilgating room. In tne
I'Ut-oiiionl the hentiiiK apiianiliis Is
located. It must bo romembereit that
the place U entirely heated by steam
I The town Is very proud ol the new
Iv.htllo and etin point with pride to
, otu. or Hie bent eipilppinl jail in the
' Ftesh balk olive. Ihe lineal in the
jlr.nd nt I'elker' 2"-'M.
I Mr. J. F. Young ha been quito
slek tor the past week.
Tim little son Kit Mm. Sam Giiam)-
v.ny, U. st.. N. W. ls suffering rrom a
siege of slow fever.
I'uro Maple .Syrup,
Ribbon Cane Syrup,
. Eggs, . .
Tnmpkia Yam l'otatoofi,
Cbfvso of all kinds,
Rest fruits n the market,
We k.-ep everything your tablu
nrvds to make the holidays happy
days. J. A. ffKII'WORTH.
25-3 I'hone m
I Fish, oysters and colory at Cold
Storage. R. CROTZER. 10-12
Mrs. A. E. Curtis was -albd to Col
lliisvllle, Texas, yesterday ou account
of the death 'of her brother, .1. W.
Cenulne jtom sausage always at
Davis' market. Phono 3-19. 13-1 ia
Dr. W. S. JJoehtol, dentist. Office
over Hamllton'r. shoo store. L'l-lm
1 j Edgar, Choate, the old reliable hnck
you need a nlco heater for tnau, has again resumed business and
rtor. Phone 54. will bo glad to CD all calls nt any
NORI-ES RROS 'time. Phono No 70. 17-tf
Has resumed Music Teaching
for tho season 1904-5.
Piano Pupllt Received.
Special attention to Harmony and
Pros', buggies sold only al j Nothing euros n cough so quickly.
kldy's nt closing out pricos. ! ttoroughly and satisfactory as Hoff
riar's Throat and Lung Syrup. Ki
to take, owy to buy ;r.e. Sold only
Attention, K. of P'.
All members of Myrtle loduo nrb
, requested to meet Informally nt iu
I o c lock Sunday morning ut Castle
Hall to meet Pro. C. H. K Neal ot
CMeago, III., president or Hie Hoard
it Coutrol ot tho Endowment Rank.
W. T. SAUSHURY, C. O.
Dvsnensla Tablets euro in-
, dyspepsia and strengthens it
acii. Sol by City Drug Storo.
RAM BEY'S DRUG STORE.
Ralstori'n breakfast food and p:
cuko Hour ho Orst of tho betwon
Just received at Sklpworth's. z.
Can and will save you money on Wall
iper. xou iinow tne omy gooa nixed faint
town is SHERWIN-WILLIAMS a CO'S.
f. N. COLEMAN
Thoe wtj prombxM for tho Christ
t n ., i ... . . i
luii vuurvji ua&iujLr, win uo called on
sifon. Alfo ,all members of church txs
Prld;re & Peach heating stoves at
We'ks Pros', IS 3s
KrUu, Kahn, tho Kaady Man, king
of konfoctioners and prince of kater
ei3. You alwaya got tho bost at
Kahn'n Kafo and Konfectlonery. 27-a
3'elnz'H dllt pickles ,uBt la at
Air-tight heaters from S1.C0 ud. Sec
our lino. NODI.E DROS.
Ralston'a broakiaat food anil pau
ccfco flour the first or tho season
Jint received at SlUpworth's. n-i
Tho finest Christmas Ikixoh In the
c'tj never so much candy, never so
miich sweelnoss under one root, as
you'll And at Kahn'a. 27-a
An Enjoyable Evening.
Several couples of young people un
Jexed a dnnce last evening given by
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cleveland, uvo
t'l'les MUith of Ardmove. Tlie young
people went out in buggies and all re
port a tine titno.
His masterly Ilifc'hlK or oratory hold
i-U undlenco ontranneil from tho very
beginning to the close. Denver Ntiws.
Mr. Wendling nt opera house Mon
ti,) eeiiing. Nov. lili.
h. P. PuKh.has received trom Plalr,
Nb a vory tine Duroo-Jersey hog,
which coat him $05. Tho Jersey Is
only thtce months old but It Is a tlnu
The funniest larce cornody ever
written "Poll var's Pusy Iay." . at
ti.e opera bouse tonight.
Ralston'a breakfast food and pai
cako Cour tho first of the season
lust received at Sklpworth'8.
F. P. Wyckoff, who has been hor
conducting tho closing out wUe at
Ute Cincinnati Racket store, will c
purt tomorrow for Hcnnotsy, OU. Mr.
VAyckoff saya ho ia ao well pleas!
with his businesB ex-perlenco In Ar
more that ho lei coiiBldering tho mat
ter of locating hero 'permanently. .
C. A. Kauo of Orr uafisoir throuch
Ardmoro on route to rtiuthoaatorn
Alabama, where ho goes to spend tho
'rhi're will be the imual man er
vices nt the Catholic church this morn
ing nt 10 o'clock. A cordial welcome
Is extended ti all.
Theie will be the usual services In
St. Philip's church today at 11 n. in
and ".311 p. 111. Sunday school it. 46 a.m.
F A. JUNY. Rector.
First Baptist Church.
Morning aorvloo. Preaching by Rov.
SelvlilRo ol Texn. II. Y. I. I', at Oil
p in. Sunday achool in o'cloek. No
service at night Will all attend tho
Union Tompernnco meeting at 1.
oiiein house at 7.30 p. 111. All tire In
vited. J. U KHM.KR, Piutor.
Services nt the Christian Church at
II a. m. Union meeting at tho opurn
hoiue at 7.30 p. m. Sunday chool a
f 16 i. m. Christian Endivwor at I
p. 111. All arc mnde welcome.
.1 CIARHNCH READ, Pastor
Drop in Temperature.
As predicted by the wcntllei huroau
theie was 11 decline In the tempera
ture of gevoral degret. but the. warn
ing sent out that tlio tliannomotor
would fall to twenty eight decree or
Ixtow by Saturday morning, wna not
nnlUeil nt loat In Ardmoro. Agent
Dunham of the Santa Fe received no
fee from hU fompnny Friday night
Informing him thnt a bllaiard wa
duo to reach A rdmore by Saturday
morning nml that tho cold would oic.
tend tut far south a Ft. Worth. Mr.
Dunham at onco notified shippers ot
perishable goods or tho notlao receiv
ed. During tho day Saturday the wwth--or
gradually grew colder.
First Presbyterian Church. j
Cll......tu f...llll l I 1 n (.1 Utt.tlll.V
Hchool .it 0.45 a. 111. Christian Endea
or nt 4 p. m. No servlcoa at night iik
all churchoa unite In a grand meetliiK
at tho opera house. !
rresiiieni i;vnns 01 nenry lxenuau
College will occupy the pulpit nt 11 '
A iiirdlnl invlliuloii Is extended to
all. CHAS. C. WEITIl. Pastor.
Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Services at II 11. ni. al night nor
vh (ia at the opera house.
F. P. FI.ANIKEN. Pastor.
Droadway Methodist Church.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preach
li.u II a. in. Junior l.eage I p. 111. Alt
hre cordially Invited.
S. F. (lODDARD. Pastor.
Frank Tyre was In the city yaatur
day from Temple vIbUIiik hla iKirotiba
Mr. and .Mm 1 i. Tyre. Frank Ima
b en In the employ of tho Sttnla Fe
New eoniiaiiy for mimi tlnm. bin ro
dgnel hlM iolilon several days now
to accept 11 position as pawieniisr
brakeiiian with the Snnta Fe railroad
Co.. to run out nf Templo. H inirtt
that the imttlnit In or tw new kimi
er tntlna, Cleburne to (Jalvoitou iiix
eKBllaled tho employment trf six morn
pi.seimer lirakemaii ami he i to be
one of (he six. Mr. Tyor left yotoi
nay itrtemoon for Cleburne whore ho
will beglu hla duties. , t
l.andniiii I Iron, have In a now ship
trout ot qlieenwnre. 27-.1t
Ladies of Leaf.
The l-iullo of tho Iam'. meet
with Mr C. M. Cninpbo.; Monday
httcrnoou ill. 3 o'clock.
Hnish ImrgtiliiH Tor roro-handoil hol
ulay wboppor nt RA.MHKVS Dnns
Store this week. U7
Dr. N. C. Wood will not ruttiru
from Chicago, whom ho Is attending
denial lectures, until next May. Dr.
Wood Is under tho special supervis
ion or Dr. tl. V. lllaek, who slandrt ut
the head of the Dnntnl profusion. 2?
Central Baptist Church. j
Preaching thin morning hy the pas-
U.t. Theme: "Discouragement and
(r.inrorts in Christian IJfe." Sunday
school this morning at !i.tf.
No service tonight.
A (ordinl Invitation Is extended to'
WM. CRAWFORD, Pastor.
Tho finest country butler In tho
My at lindrum Bros. 27-3
The IjidlfH Aid Society of Hie Cen--Hal
Paptlst Church will meet, wlttu
Mrs. Thurmond on Tuesday at 3 p. m.
Tho foreenat for this morning Is In
vorable. The day should bo fair,
while In the east It Is colder, It will
be warmer here.
Scattered snow Hurries havo ,oi:
cut red during the past twenty-four
Lours over eastern and northern
lnver temperature Is .Increasing
oriir tlie upper Mlssls-slpfU vnlley.
Tho temperature at Dodge City and
North Platte Is IS degrees' above
The Utile twin or Will Ikard who.
t.nr been very ill ifor somo days pa-st
with pneumonia wa reported some
what Improved yesterday although
not. entirely out of jdnnger.
Will Tyre who returned homo sev
eral days ago from Wlnlleld Km.,
where ho Ma been In the employ or
the lstal Telegraph Co.. is vory ttl'
at tlio home of Ills parent. Mr. anil
Mrs. it, u. Tyre. Ho was sick when
he returned home but it was not .
tbought that ho wan dangerously ill,,
fours are entertained that hu will not
J. E. Shniuitelt, supreme represent
ative for the Kulghts of Pythlaa, and
v;ho Is editor of tho Pythian Times
of Perry. Ok., was a pleasant caller
at the Ardmorelle olllce lust ulght.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT.
White Candy drips,
Full croatn cheese,
Van (Tamil's Soups,
Rivl hot Chilli,
Van Camp's high grade lomatoo,
.Mocha and Java Coffee,
Cnnned strawberry beets,
Van Camp's pumpkin pie,
CTeam or Wlieat,
White Row lard,
or fat hena and ovxri thing
good to ml at,
STAPLES Sc. SKACrOS,
Succotworti to Porter Staples, Tho
Red Headed Orocer. Phone 67.
Mert IlllllngH on old, employe or tho -Aiilmorolto
nt IU Ravla ofllco ls in',
tho city from Temple. Mr. Hillings
came up to purchase a press, wltli
the object In view of putting In u
newspaper ut Templo.
A new rflilpment of Nabisco wureru
imd cakes at Iandrum Uro.s. 27-.1
KresU egga tit lindnim Pnw. 27-:t
Your order -will be served Just right
nt Kahn's Cafe. 7-3
In the United States Court in the
Indian Territory',. Southern' District:
John Ellis, plaintiff, vs. Oda Ellin,
defunailnt. No. 0041).
The defendant, Oda Ellis la warned
to appear In this court In thirty dnya
and answer tho complaint of the
plaintiff, John Ellis.
Witness, tho Hon. Hosea Tovvnsoud,
judge of said court, and alio Rout
thereof, thin 20tlt day tr November.
(fcVul) (J. M. OAMPUEI.U Uforj
Ily N. II. McCOY, Deputy.
Cruce, Cnico & Illeakniore, attor
neys. S. H. Putler. attorney lor iion-rej-Ident.
First published Nov i!7. 1'JOf.
tsr"ro-rtiiiInnU hvlt lynjji
Those who pro mis od for tho Christ-
Ian church liazaar, will be called on
.on. .VJijo all members or church be
II. C. LoughrldKo 1h reported quite
RaUtem'a new broakfast food, froah
and crisp, at Felkor'a. ,7sl
The very best fruit cako mado ror
Thanksgiving, nlao angel cako. Made
ory day. Call at Solomon's. th
bukor ami maker of good things to
Hot pcanutB at Sklpworth's. Li
You will regret It If ycu don t hear
Ell Perklms." 27
Nine room bonrdlni; buuao, old
tabluhed plkce, 2) boarJer, bait
block fron bnalnea oenter. Bo
tbts If you want a ban- (h r r n
Ineaa or for loTeattncnt lj) 0 U U
Two eatlre blookw of 12 largo lota.
(W fruit treui, gtiod warer, 0 room
dwelllnir, burn nod atiPda, north JVW
bnt will clvn a haritaln fjjrt'onfi
on aultuble terms i.t vDZOUU
Ono larco block, S ..t Rood via
tor, lurKo doublu liarn. f.iur room
UuullInK worth J'sJ. lutonrniut
Hell toray mortgage on
pluce iinJ will take
Redfiold Realty Go