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Ardmore, Sunday, Feb. 5.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. R. A. JONES FURNITURE BUY YOUR DAUGHTER j one of onr pianos and she will i repay you many times over. She . will repay you in gratitude and ; affection. She will repay you in the i)leasure she will afford youi by her music. A PIANO like ours will lust many years and will make your home bright-1 ! during every one. Ve hae 1 e'ti very careful to get only the kind we can recommend and guarantee. We have boon as particular about the action as the case. We have been more than liberal in fixing the prices. It remains for you to secure these advantages by an early call. E. B. LUKE Ita W. MAIN Sr. ARDMORE When you nocd a pill it is always rest to buy tao best. Dados IMu Uver Pills aro tho best. Try them. They havo a way ot their own Sold by City Drug Store. Ladles! lKk out for Undo Ulllie Uvorhwirt with his 1'. Vs. -tf MISS KATHERINE McCABE, Professional Xurse. 20-1 m Phono 82 Ucforo you buy seo our Mr. Hill combined planter and mlddlo-bustcr NOBIJ3 HHOS. "Could you uso some cheap money at a low rato of Interest, flvo yean 1 loan with prlvllego to pay at any In- terest maturity?" THE AMEIUCAN IXVESTMEXT CO Oct. 10. Atoka. I. T. A. J. TOOLEN Pri-a. and Mir'r. StDNKV KUfiaS Vlce-Pres. The Downard (INCORPORATED) Asp!i halt Street Pavements, Bituminous Ma cadam, Sheet Asphait Sidewalks, Sta ble Floors, Factory FEoors, Privat Drivewyas, Etc. Atldreai A. J. TOOLEN, Manager first National Hank Ilulldlni: LOCK IIUX 3il n r Phone V ARDMORE, I. T. T. N. COLEMAN For WALLPAPER, ? " PAINTSandS GLASS Urjqlierjcrjafole tlaraes. Complete doUructlon. No insurance. UUIN! Tlint is t ho stor which may be part of fltiy man's llfo If ho' bo wills It. Much bolter to pay tee smnll sum noceeaa ry to secure yourself against the Loss by Fire and know that even It the worst happens you can make n Irosli start. 1b your house, store, s'ock or barn I unprotected? S. BflUCE Office In I'OM oaccllllock. CARPETS Notice to the Trade, I havo added a retail ilepartmeii' to my business and hereafter will de liver all kinds of feed In any miantlty to any part of the city. Would be pleased to havo your orders, largo or small. Respectfully, I. It. BEST, 31-tf 109 W. Main St. L. D. Mason is overstocked with . loldlnu- beds and dressers and is nro- i 'pared to save tho people of Ardmore i and surrounding country money on all household furniture. Call and see him Ion Xorth Washington before buying. 2-tf " Buy as cheap as you can, but buy as ; . ' b 8 , goods as you can. You can 'o trading with !. 1). Mnsou, the second-hand man on Xorth Washing ton street. 2-tf NoUce All those knowing themselves In- dobted to mo pleaso call at once and settlo same. I must havo money to get back in business. Xo. 109 West Main street. It. T. DAM. AS. l - I havo on hand uioro furniture nnJ household goods thnn I can store, j .1.1.1 ...lit oil cninn f7il 111,. lntvfxat I ....u ..... -v-." ....... u .v.. v.. iirlce. Se-9 mu beforo buying. I ...til 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 save you money. I I). MASOX. 2-tr Rloht Prescrlntlon Fllllnn When vou havo a nroscrlntion to be ' .nn LHj n B worth whilo to sccuro our exporience, skill nnd equlpinem Hnro servlco nt no extra cost. 3 HAM SKY'S DHUO STOHI J. "Tho World Brand" silver ware la , wisdom of tho gods being wrought out, the standard by which all otlier sllvor and all so-called evils are tho skim waro Is mcaaured. Duy It and you J ming of the cauldron of perpetual pur Ibnvo a treasuro for a llfo tlmo. jlflcatlon. Hato hns no abiding place SPItAGiXS CO. mid fear casts no shadow; the ios- Midlines of a hell require no Imnio- Big Reduction Sale. tUu consideration and heaven pre From February 1 to March i, 1 M.n(H allurements to draw from will make a great reduction on nil 1 present Joy." suits and trousers. Now Is Uio time I to buy. 29-20t Wo have J. J. STOLFA, Tho Tailor. just received a car ot .Veen Bros", buggies and hack. NOBLE I'HOS. B. DOWNAnD Hecretary LKE CIlO E Trnnx. Paving and Construction Go. Work Contracted any where in tho Southwest. PERSONAL John Wllon was hero Saturday ft mil Hugo. t J. t Klnner of .Midlothian, Texas, wns a visitor to the city yesterday. J. W. Hull wan tn tin.' city from IVnnlugton yesterday. K. I.. Connor ami W. A. Illman wore In 'ho city from Cleburne yestordnv. Guy P. Cobb wn sin tho elty yostor- '.i from Tishomingo Will Whlteman wns In tho city last li.if.ht from Chlcknshn. ' Otto llradford and William Ureon i left yesterday for Iiurneyvllle to ' spend Sunday. S. T. Bledsoe and T. X .Hobnott lott I 'yesterday ovor the Frisco for Wash- ilngton, I). C. Louis Murslon Ik In the city Irom Wyunewood to spend Sunday with hi I parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 It. Mnrston Miss Itounlo OTarrel Is In tho city i fiom Tishomingo to spend a Tow days ' with friends. 1 Miss Roberta Xlblack has returned i from a trip to Te.ns where alio was called by tho lllne- of her mother. 1 Misses Ada Kendall and Ethel HlR gins aro In tho city from Cnlnesvllle to sitenil Sunday with Mis Xona Hush. Mr. and Mrs. O. I'. lU.nior of I'ort l-iaca. Texas, who linvo been In tho ,iiy thi' guests of Dr. and, Mrs. Fred i J. oenier have relumed home. IN SOCIETY'S REALM The Inclement weather of the past week Interfered somewhat with social 'functions In Ardmoiv. of u' irlKhtwit toasts that is " l"u'",H wn -'-'nUy 11 ,,"") 'umnn 0,1 "Tllu "- mtat" At ,hu c,ub ,nt'u""Ks 111 ,,,,r t11' UUIU IUn ill V l van. I ui! 'toast will servo to demonstrate tlw happy faculty and genius of tlio club-iri woman In originating brilliant papers, i This ouo Is a gem; a regular prr.e winner for word painting. 1 "An optimist," she said. "Is a per- son whose liter has been transformed whose mental machinery revolves wlthoul a no.m,us Jar. Thoro aro no jj,(mulIcc(l 8W.,.0tiont, t create Hal i whl,cU ln Mli Pnr of pr,,Kl.orts. The ,.., r(lV8 Mh visual organs give lu ntf,,! coloring to all observa tions. He lias hung the galleries of his imagination with paintings of trans cendent beauty. Llfo to the optimist . I n.lnl,,' S U Iiei K!lllUl JlJ , MUIIIB "-'""J and waiting supernal bliss. Kxpocta- Hon has no zenith; hope no horizon duty no definition, and sacrltlco no slglullcance. .Tho runtlng of the hypo erltltal oxegeisi and tho gnimbllng of -M oilier i.riiuuj iiisimus .i..i u. sea music huuiiu..iK nature'o cataclysms aro the throb- blng of the' eternal pulse; war is tho Mrs. T. Y. Morgan entertained Thursday evening with a whist parly at her handsome homo nt tho corner of A street nnd 2nd Avenue, in honor of her neices, Misses Lillian and Hov le Collins. Tho laillos prize which was n beautiful bunch of carnal Ions wns awarded to Miss Jennie Williams while tho gentleinnns prlo, a haiulsomo' picture, wns awarded to Mr. Williams. During tho courso ot the evening a 11 vo courso luncheon was served. After tho whist party, a dancK was enjoyed by those who at tended, they wcro Misses Williams Blake, Gardonhlre, Peel, Standi!, Hlce and Taylor, Messrs Adams, Hlnkle, Kyle, Wolvorton, Byrd, Williams, 'Sandlln, Carter, Mr. anil Mrs. .1. S. Downard, Mr. and Mra. ln Mont Ityers and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sam uions. The wedding of Miss Erin Murray . and William Wynstanloy, which oc curred last week at Erin Springs, was ;a very swell affair, twlng attended by many prominent persons throughout tho Chickasaw nation. Tho parlors of the Murray homo .were beautifully Veeoraled In ferns and (lowers and pink, tho bride's fav- lorllo color, was lavishly used ln the decorations. Thoso who attended tho 1 wedding state that tho decorations I were strikingly handsome. ' Mrs. Ben H. Colbert or Tishomingo 'and .Mrs. M. 10. Clark wcro anion.-; the bridesmaids for the occasion. The groom wns attended by his brother from Kansas City, M. E. Gil mer and B. H. Colbert of Tishomingo. Father Wllllanuj or tlu Catholic church of I'urcell officiated at the ceremony. Tho reception which followed tlu woildlnK will long be romomboivd by tho' guests. Mr. and Mrs, Wynstauley havo gone to California whore 'hey will spend a MENTION A. It. Currants will leave tMlay foi SiutHin Springs. Ark., at wlilih placi hi. Iirh accepted a position ns h.-.V trlller In a milling plant thoro. drover Chase was hero yesterday cu route to hln homo at Chagrls from i'1' u mlngo. K. L. Sunders made a business viHii tu Dallas yesterday, extending over today. W. 1'. Davis, an attorney from Win iliewter, Tenn., has moveil to Ardmore with his family. Air. Davis will open Ml ollleo hero as soon nH ho can se etiie oillco rooms. A X Tlpplt vIMteil his parents n- A'umore Sunday. R. H. Walk or attended court at Ardmore Tucs i':iy Dan Head of Anlmoro was a visitor to our elly this w.rk E. F tlraham attended court at Aril more Tuesday. Marlutln Monitor .1. A. Maddoii of Ardllioio was hero this weik. (leorgo Watklus trausai'letl business In Ardmore tiie , first of tho week. and wifo of Ardiuor J. U Crum were hero till- week. Miss Tennle Thompson Is here from Ardmore. the guest ol her sister, Mrs. It. C. Frame. Madlil Xews. Mrs lwcnstoln left yesterday at teraoon for St. IjouIs at which place sin will purchaso her spring lino ot millinery mid ladles' furnishings. few weeks, after which they will go to Kansas City. .Miss Erin Murray Is well known here amt has a number of friends. On the occasion of her birthday rn day the friends of .Miss Everleno Hit ler gave her a surprise party at tb" I residence of her parents Mr. nnd Mrs w miter. 221 F street northwest Auoul twenty of her friends gathered ul h,r pi,.ilg!,tit home among whom were n number of Miss Hitter's asm- elates, at tho telephone olllee. The 'company was a pleasant one, and tuo occasion will long bo remembered "is enjoyable. Those who attended lirwl arranged for a handkerchief shower nnd Miss Hitler was presented with a number of pretty handkerchlels. The party took a sleigh ride during the evening whlcli was enjoyed. Light re lieshinents were served. T.ho Orlos hold an Iniorestlng meet ing at l he residence of .Mrs. it. W. Dick on Friday, and tho artornoon was delightfully spent In a lively ills i usslou on Kussln. Ill 1-VnnecK Wood. Ibt.' woman Sllt- , f.aKhli waH Illt.,.i and spoke of con- illtlons In the Philippine. Dr. Woods, It is remembered, spent somo time in Uncle Sam's new possession. Tin speaker's talk was grsatly enjoyed bv the members of tho Orlos. The club will hold Its next meeting with Mrs. Dr. Hnrdy. l-idles night at the Elks was not ob served the past week on ac count of tho cold. The Elks aro plan ning a ulco informal dance in honor of tho visiting young lad lott and an orchestra from Gainesville will bo used for tho event. o Mr. and .Mrs. O. T. Gregory and Miss Barclay of Kentucky and !' . Finis Fox formed a sleighing parly last Fri day afternoon. Tho rig they used was a swell olio and attracted considerable attention. o Tho vehicle used by Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gulllot attracted considerable at icntlon. Steel runners waro used by It I in for sleighing, and they greatly enjoyed tho sport. .Mrs. T. X. Coleman and Miss Vlrgio Brooks wore out sleighing yesterday morning. They report a flno tlmo. MIskoh Virginia and Kay Almond and W. II. Byrd and Homer Hlnklu were anionic those who nieutly enjoy ed sleighing. Mrs. Geo. IPend has relumed from a several days visit to Marietta. Mrs. B. 11. Colbert of Tishomingo was In tho city Friday mid spent tlu 'ay with Mrs. Walter Colbert, o .Mesdatnos Sam and Dave Daubo ot Ardmore, attended the Obersteln- MunziMlieiiner nuptials hero Wednos- dny. Dr. It. Anderson anil wifo were the guests of relatives In Anlmoro Sunday. Dr. .1. F. Young and wifo and Misses May Young nnd Lenorj Bull of Ardmore. woiv the guests of W. J. Xowsom dur ing the Flflh Sunday meeting which convened nt this place lust Sunday. ' Mis Mnttle Chancellor ol Anlmoro has been the guest or rrlenih In Iho city this wtik. Mrs. Bo Blake was tho guest or rolatlves In ninioro this week - Marietta Mom ' DON'T Hunt the Town Over WHEN Ten Minutes ol Your Time and S2.5Q in Cash will Buy the Best Solid Leather Seamless CAN'T RIP SHOE IN ARDMORE LYNN,THE shoe man. Advertlsomonts under Uilo head will bo rocolvod st Uio rato of nvo (G) cents por lino. No advortlBomoat rccolved for less than fifteen (1C) cento. Spoclal monthly rates fur nished on application. Tbo notice may contain any matter of "Lost " "FounJ." "For Itont," "For 8ale." WANTED. t ANTED A girl dj light house keeping work, apply Mrs. T. K Kenmey, Ilrumlnay. autf FOH niiNT. VOl HUNT A good four-room house, plenty of good water, chicken nnd horse lot end largo gprden spor, near Hargrove College, sco O. M. ncdlleld. Gtf AOUXTS WAXTi:i)-To sdl the Ideil Waist anil Skirl supporter Samp'e with demonstrator 2fc, (5oo. X Sceets, 1303 (Iravo St, CblcaRi). .1 AtHOXTS Head In dark. Xameplntos, signs, numbers. 200 per cent profit Samples free. Wright Supply Co., lOnglowood, III. 5 WAXT1JD Two traveling salesmen, $7f per mouth and expenses absolu-' toly guaranteed. Premium C'ld-'r Co., St. Umls, Mo. 5 FOR SALE. FOH SALE IJpplncott Soda Foun tain of whlto onyx. Complete ln ev ery respect. This fountain la a beau ty, 78 Inches high, 93 inches wide, with French pinto mirrors on one side. Complcto equipment, ready use. Practically now. A bargain Write. E. U EVAXS, 2Ctf Ardmore, 1. T. FOH SALE A well drill, ln good ro lalr, roady for work, cheap. Weeks Bros. 1-tf FOB RENT Brick buslnoss house, Main street, $20. McCoy's drug store. 5-ti LOST. FOK KENT Three rooms for house keeping, furnlshutl or unfurnished apply 228 C street and Second Av Northwest. 30-tr "OK KENT Two nicely turnlshed rooms; Mrs. Dobbins. 423 Broad way, Xorthwest. 30-tr WANTED To buy u good milk cow, must bo frosh nnd a first-class hut tor cow. K H. Marston. 30-tf TAKEN UP Twolvo head of hogs, two whlto gilts, marked two over blt In left ear and crop off rlgfo.; ten black's unmarked. Owner can jcet hogs by paying expenses and damages. J. W. THKASHEK. 20-S-lt West Main street. What Is Thrice Interesting I 0 In the case of our pharmacy is quality of our c'oods, appreciation of your trade and un- 0' questionably low prices. 0 0 We issue Wells Fareo Express money orders & and sell postage stamps. 0 Franh DRUG STORE Open 0 a. in. to 12 every night mOm 0000000 0 0000000 - . . . . Phone 74 Our closed carriages meet all trains day and night. Private calls a specialty. Your baggage called for. Good teams, and careful drivers. Ingram Transfer and Baggage Line 1 ChicKasaw Title Company Reliable Abstracts furnish ed on short notice from the only complete set of books in the Chickasaw Nation. BONDS as agents, and acting un der power of attorney for the National Surety Co., of N. Y.. we will execute court bonds promptly up on appli"ation. J. A. MCNAUG11T, Mgr ALBERT J. LEE, Attorney Uncle Billlo Is coming with his F" ls' 1-tt Seo our J. i. vntors. case plows nnd cultl XOBLE BKOii. Tho Undies of Uio Leaf will meet lir open session; Monday afternoon nt li o'clock with MruS. T. Bledsoe. Each member Is nlloweil tho prlvllego or a guest. Who handles Moon Bros, buggies t NOBLE BROS; Uncle Billlo Everhcart hat, renteit J. A. Blvens' big store on tho north" sldo of Main street and north ot the: court house to display bin F. i's. 2-tt Mrs. John F. Easley Is reported qtilt slclw The .lowlsli Uidloa Aid Society wl.i meet with Mrs. Jako Bodovltz Tuesv day afternoon, Fob. 7th at 3:30 p. m MRS. M. WESTHE1MER, Sec Seo our lino of Studcbaker buggies and dollvcr wagons. NOBLE BROS Born to Mr and Mrs. Felix J. King a daughtor. 0000000 0 00000 n 0 0 0 0' 0- 0 Butt's 0 0 01 Phone 3H1 t. .t. - 0 .ivf 0?msm;j v;f:f'.s.n