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Ardmore, Monday, Nvrmber 13, 1933. CISHU OPERA HOUSE , llmm.itli Kit-nl Two Niiihts Only comnii-iwlni: MONDAY, MOV. 13th lt.'-iiMi Di Iho I Yirit MR. ALBERT TAYLOR Auil I'oo pip, iirmmit rlwsH ('oiniuny of I I""'- I Init ! clmrintnir piny fl Momliiv nlitht tlif iTcrnlrli ihur.ir tor i'oiiiimIji "A Country Lawyer" TiMoilny nlicht'tho liiiiiuliriii hrnH nlor.i "The Prodigal Son" PRICES 25. 35 50 CENTS A f-r--i.t,.,iiiMnll.01CBJaiH" V WANTCO. WANTKD Position .1- house hi i pi r by rcllticd. mlildli--ngo lady. T'-l ISO or apply IN'i f-c Cure Similar Inm. StOI Ittfl. S. V. U TKU-WllAPHY Learn " the honm Oily school. Old teachers, olil school, bust local Ion. .loli sure m new Oklahoma railway. Out cut uluftix'. II. H. Moon-, superintend mit. Oklahoma ' II y , oJ'; " WANT1SD--Young " It"1'11 lmr mr I null-. Splendid op port unifies offered Jiim now Your ,oholnrsi.li mil pnullenlly In- earned lu-foiv completing. It includes tools, board and- positions. Write ncnrest brunch. Moler llarher Collage, Ft Worth or Dallas. Texas. I'-i-Ct I am a graduate anil want to won hh stenographer for almost nothing i become 'xpTi'tiri'l Apply "N." till olllcv. WANTKD Young man who has Just completed rourn- of book-keeping In MulrnptOUun Ruslnesi Colles" at Italia:, desires employment Ail dress U care Ardinorolto. t FOR HCNT. FOR RKNT--Furnished or unfiinilxli cil room, close In anil haiuly to a good boarding limine. Appiy 10 v It. Huberts, oily aHHCHMor anil collec tor, city liall. -irLL KOIl HUNT Olllci' room sidle, over store, see 11. W. ilnuilol. B!f LAND TO HUNT I have two sillill farms anil f-00 acres of pasture to ront at Oil Springs, niso 10 acres rr nil Creole bottom mill til) ncros of Washita IsiKoin find tlmbor. two miles or Herwyn. I want put In cul Mvatlon. See mo for term. Kollx .1. King, Phono 372, Ardmore, I. I 29-dlO-wU FOR SALE. KOIl SAIJ:-Stanilanl Hit! (oil well drilling outfit. Locomotive type hollur. engine, two strings, tools, ("Kavanaimli"). IIkIiIiik tools, iilxiul 2000 fiut, nearly new cable (one length). 22011 feet nearly new one- hall- rnch sanil line, Pining tools anil i.!e. All In mnnlim order, with 72 feet ilorrick. About ll.'DO feet casing SW. fill, and I7h Uicated 2 miles west from U-iverty. O. T. Must In not, I liv Nov. Ulllli. Address (' H (J.uinaway. Ohlekafllm. I. T. 13-1 IH1H SAUI-V-Kour-months' olil mail .lersov calf. Kino, a harKaln. Ail ilreits licl; Ilox 01, city 0 KOIl SAI.U Kor rent or sale ou easy terms, my home place In Arilmor V. Gt.lhert. C lin KOIl SAWIi A now No :t. Oliver type wrltor. chonp. Apply this oilier. 17 LOST. IlBT liold illled ease. Walthaiii movement wix'ch. with ilireeillnk fob nttnclied. Kinder return to Ardmon-lte olllee mid reeelvi- re ward. ia-2 UST White Cordon setter puppy, with blue iKts, wearing plain col lar. Mmler notify C. 1). Carter and not reward. 10- USTWJold allele fraternity pin, Delta. Dulia, Sigma. Inscribed there mi. Mnder return to this olllee. 12-3 Real Estate Special Opposite Carnegie Building 1)0 you want ano ot thn hunt location III the city for your homo, onn of tho mint dcHlralile anil nouirlit attor. H mo Invca-Ilk-ate thin idnce, lot lMiXM, clti anil wt-ll wiitur, orobard, irarilon, ronoi. burn imil oiiIliullillnijH nuil larK 0-room Iidiiso- TIiIh pkiCB l worth vo, lint on io countuf ownurli-.-ivInu for 911 his health. In oltore.l at H",i Ju 0. M. REDFIELD r in COUGHS h Coughs art? Iho wiu iiiHf,'s ot somiithing atniss in llutmt or lting.s Don't initul Iho cough, mind lh cause. Ukc a reme dy Hint wfll go to Hie .source of trouble :md cure that. Sudi a remedy is Hoffman's Throat and Lung Syrup It euros promptly and thoroughly because it eure.s In the right manner. Relieves, irritation, heals inllamud surfaces, loosens the cough and soothes and strengthens while it cures. A splendid remedy for children because it is so good to cure and so good to take. IVtce L" cents. Money bade if it fails. F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist Corner Caddo and Main Sts Telephone No. 30 TI5N Y10AKS AGO a person would have laughed at you if you had told him the uses Rubber would be put to today, and the rubber industry is still it. its n fancy. The J. B. WALL THE DRUGGIST A fresh shipment of Huyler's Candies just received P. S. HALL & HILLIS THE MOUSE FURNISHERS bells more new goods than all their would be competitors combined. Wejilso have in the rear ofouf 200 ft. building the Largest iSecond Hand Hnsmess and Repair Shop in the Indian Territory. We exchange new goods for any hind of old goods and allow you our selling price tor your old stujj. We have twelue men employed and ,; Repair any MaKe of Stove Our Mr. Hall has had 2-1 years' experience in the stove re pair business. Call and get our prices and terms of Telephone 104 Our Service Is Prompt When ymi ii'UIfy u '- toll-phone or otherwlii. to o.ill for your puck lice n oall tilt- minm ilny - within a fow hour k-i-nt-riilly In a few mliiuti-i If you aru In a hurrj- ami wo ilt-llvi-r tin- l.'iumlr at tho time iisrci-il upon. Wo Rlvo olllii-r h'.'Kli kIiwh or ilo mcrilli' llnloli ARDFtfORE STEARS LAUWQRV PIIONI'. NO. 10 Humb8r (.iota tho Host Hack Line in the Cits- ONLY fiHHT l'l.Ka rRIDh rATIIRl- TO T. E. Choate, Prop. Tin- lajohttc .steel range Is stove perfection. Nothing can equal It. Sold by ItlVENS. COHUN & kiu:nsi.v. notice in bankruptcy. In the Polled States Court for the Southern DMrlct of tho Indian Ter ritory, at Ardmore. In ro Klatt ft Davenport Co., hank-; runt. In bankruptcy. To the creditors of Matt & Davtm- v,r, p,i in ilwi Southern district of ivort Co., tn uie ouuurn iiisiru.i oi tho Indian Territory, at Anlnioro a bankrupt! Notice Is hereby glvon that on tho 11th day of Nov. 1005, the said Matt & Davenport Co., and J. C. Matt nnd S. 0. Wood. Individual ly were adjudged banknnit, and that the llrst meeting of tho creditors will bo In my olllee In the court houso In tho city of Ardmore. on tho 2Ziu day of Nov. 1905. nt ! o'clock In tho n. m. ' at which time tho creditors may at' tmwi. nrm-n ihulr claims nnnolnt u tniiitee. examine tho bankrupt and transact such other business us may. come boforo said meoling. JOHN HINKIiK. Hefereo In Ilankniptcy. VIrst publirthed, Nov. 13, 1905. Dally Ardmorolte- CO cts. per month. pnone uses that Rubber is put to m manufacturing articles are up in the thousands, and we sometimes wonder how we got along before we had it. We carry a full line of Rubber Good s A fresh clean line that you can Jtlways depend on being the best. Let us show you TALIAFERRO'S. Undertaking and Embalming. North of Ardtnorcltc, North Washing ton street. Phono 311 and 433. Ardmore Local Union No. 1028. Carpenters and Joiners of America Moots every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Union Hall, West Main street. W. II. KEENER, Pres. O. N. KEROUSON, Fin. Sec. I - Subscribe for thn Ardmoroltn. GEST PASSENGER SERVICE 1 TEXAS. 4 JMPORTAMT GATEWAYS A nouoir to ANswcn juution Superb Pullman Vestibulel sleepers. HANDSOME RECLINING G HA I Ft CARS ISLAIi tMUtl ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS, ONLY MNK WITH fust momljir aa ovnnlnw tram to "ji; liii-iia nu tof Host. ONLY LINE WITH Pullmnn Sleepers una Ulphboclc Senrntt 8C.it Cooohos throuch (wltliout chnruro) to Now Orlean,a. dully, oNI.Y LINE WITH homlsomo now Chrvh cara throuiru twitliou'. ohnnsro) dally, . to bt. Loula, Moniphla anil lil IJuo. ONLY LINE WITH a saving ot IS hour i to California. ONLY L-'NE WITTl Totirlst Slooplna.- uiim, uonii-wouKiy, lurnuirn wiud chuniro) to Sun 8t. Louis. t'riniolaoo am CtEOAKT DININll CAHQ TO ST. LOUII tl THt rf krIIJtfIiM iSAII60 - AND E. P. TURNER, . wkta'x. PAtiit Ann 'icitt OALU.,. TLX. TEXAG )PAci t BAPTISTS WILL CONVENE. RetJesentatlves Will bt Here Looking to Establlchment of a College. n (ilucallonal conforrnrr- f the ft.ipllsf Associations of the Chickasaw nation will convene at 10 o"clrick to morrow with th- Kltst IJapilnt ihnrch of this city. RppruMMitatlvcs from oach of the six aBPOclatlons will he here. The movement to establish a Haptlst coIIpro In the Chickasaw na tion wns heiniii nt Hip last mectlnK oi thu Knon Association A rally was held tit brief tlmo after that at th' S?utli Ardmore church, olllcers were elected and commlttw.tt appolned. The orRnnlzntlon will be complct.'d nt this meeting nnd reivirts of commit tees heard. Potno IntcrestliiB speech es will be made. Tha public general ly Is Invltfil to be present. Tho first meeting wilt convene at 10 o'clock the Hocond nt 2 p. m.. nnd the last nt night. Klectrlc power Krlndlns ilone on short notice at Allen's Carriage Hhoi. 1.1-3 Opeiii house tonight, liwyer." "A Country Good Words for Ardmore. No one Is bett?r qualitled to speak of tho merits of a town than an nctor. In llio opinion or Albert Taylor, who has visited hundreds of places .ilncu his last visit here, he htated today that Anlmore had made mora ad vancement In the past year, than any other town of Us size In the Mmthrn country Mr. Taylor ays that th lm provementH made Indlcnte a prosper ous condition. "1 took a drive through the residence section," he said, "a I wns agreeably surprised at the many handsome residences that have been erected. The houses are substantial and costly. I have nlwnys regarded your city as one of the best commer cial point to be found anywhere I think Hint If the Krlsco nnd Hock Is land roads build westward. Ardmore j will be greatly benefited The rail j roads nro a great advantage to yov town." i Mr. Taylor was gratified to loin1 that, oil hnd been found west of here Ho said that this would be or lmmen-i advantage to the city. "You have i the requisites for the making of great town. I have visited Ardmon for many years nnd I find that th Improvement has been steady and thai the town has gradually gTOwn I was surprised to learn that Ardmor. hns never underwent a boom, as 1 hat) thought that with the rapid advance ment there Tind ben a boom." "I find many territory towns grow Ing," Mr. Taylor said, "and In each of these towns there are live Commer cial clubs. I regard such an organiza tion as absolutely necessary. Tjoi; what th Commercial club has done for Dallas. Oklahoma City, Muakogee and other places. I think that the fu turo of Ardmore Is very bright, am with statehood your town will grow ti still greater proportions." 0era house tonight. I-iwyer." "A Country Would Locate Foundry. I. Schmahl of Savanah, Oa nnd .1. C. Thompson of Uiwrcnco. Kan., dr ill the city prospecting. Mr. Schnialil. who by the way. Is a big contractor at Savanah. Is greatly Impressed with Ardmore. He said. "I have been In many towns In the southwe?t In the past two weeks and I have round nono that 1 like better than Ardmore. Slmwneo and Ardmore have the np- pearancv of being the two most pros perous towns in tne country. nr business men eem enterprising and thrifty." Mr. Schmahl and Mr Thompson are looking for a location to establish a foundry which they think would be a paying Investment In the city. Hoth will go over the field today and mak-a careful Investi gation. Tho matter will bo laid be foro the directors of the Commercial club nt Its meeting Wednesday night and effort will bo made to Induce these gentlemen to locale the plant In Ardmore. Opera house tonight, l-awycr." "A Country Let Every Baptist Come. A cordial Invitation Is extended to all friends of education to attend tho educational conference which con venes nt 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at the First HaptUt church. All mem !rrs of the different Haptlst churches In the city are especially requested to be present. .1. L. KEU-ER, Pastor Our shotgnns aro going at very lev prices. Come In and see what wr offer. 1HVENS. COUIIN & KHKN'SLY. Mrs. H. J. Dixon Dead. , After an Illness or some two week Mrs. H. .1. Dixon, wlfo of II. J. Dixon,; iho shoemaker, died Saturday night ( piiouinon,la and typhoid fever. Mrs Dixon wns a most estimable lady and her untimely denth was a matter i Fieat regret to her friends nnd ac 1 qualntancen. , The funeral took place from the) family residence yesterdny afternoon i and Interment was hnd In llowi Hill I cemetery. Hov. Wnlkfr, a holiness minister olllcated. ' The deceased leaves a husband an four children. CITIZENSHIP. If you claim citizenship rights and nre not on tho rolls or have bualni.83 befaro the Interior department, write Immediately to W. W Wright, regis tered attorney. Corcoran building. Washington, D. C. "i Foley's Honey nnd Tar always stops tho cough nnd heaU the luns. Refuse substitutes, Sold by tho City Drug Store. Phone 203 for menl nnd hulls. feed, cotton seed 23-tt There Is no joupU medirlnn so popu - Inr ns Foley's Honey nnd Tar. it con - tains no or-bitcs or poisons and never falls to ctlre. Sold by City Druq Store-: Daily Ardinorclto 50 cts. per mouth. How To Raise Doliars JUST ns ouro as acorns jjrow Into Riant oske, cents will j,tow into dollars If thoy arc plnutcd In Rood soil and cultivated correctly. Thoy must bo put In a hotbod of pood Intontions; the soil muat bo frequontly looeoned by tncana of industry; economy it a fortilizor which will liastci urowtb woudorfully; they should be watered freely with hunost sweat, Rn il llio frnltnpb of dot lurs which will surely prow should not lio Ratherod nntil it li es sential to tho proprirtor's well-doing. It Is recommended thai the crop should not bo Rnllieted until somo rainy day. Ardmore Loan & Trust Co. .( I'cr Cent on savings Accounts Count theCost and You will use COAL Every Order by phono from ARDMORE ICE, LIGHT a POWER CO. H. E. Foster, Manager IT'S A PROBLEM '0i b VPrvhnriv Everybody Everywhere is interested in B'ood,;pure, healthful, grocer ies. Then it follows that everybody in and around Ardmore is interested in doing their grocery buying'at FELKER THE GROCER'S n imcicsieu in uuu,,purt-, ueamuui, grucer- j a . a. a a ... I ft He Keeps the freshest has everything g'ood V I- t-5. -. J "CUT IT OUT says tho doctor to many of his lady patients, because he doesn't know of any medicinal treatment that will positively cure womb or ovarian-troubles, except the surgeon's knife. That such a medicine exists, however, has been proved by the wonderful cures performed on diseased women, In thousands of cases, by WINE OF ' I . Woman's Relief It has saved the Ilvc3 cf thousands of weak, sick women, and has rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime of chronic Invalidism. It will cure you, If you will only give It a chance. Sold at every drug store In $ 1 .00 bottles. Try It. WHITE US A LETTER freely frnnkl), In strictest conli dn:e, telling' us all your troubles. We vlll senJ Tree AJvke (In plain, seated envelope). Address: Ladles' Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Just Received lioantifu lino of Tally Curds anil Favors. Correspondence and Invitation Stationery. Calling Cards and Envelopes to match. Tahlets and envelopes to match. Pretty papor in lb. packages : 1 i i BOYD'S BOOK STORE Come kail Look time in preference to Wooq has to be worked out whe n s figure on the cost of a nt house. Wc furnish Lumb for every kind of work wlu i lumber is required. Call aro i with your proposition and w will help you on your cstim ii Unu thing is sure, and that by figuring with us your job w i costless than any figures u j can get elsewhere. d FAT RinF IIIMRFR RflMPAN kllVI UlUk. LUIIIUUII wu in I nil wunrvwhflro 31 stocK in the city and to eat under one roof. . J 99 GAVE UP SUPPORTER "I wore a supporter for years, for my womb, which had crowded every thing down before It, writes Mrs. S.J. Chrlsman , of Alannsvillo, N. Y. "I suf fered untolJ misery and could hardly walk. After taking Cardul I gave up my supporter and can now be on my feet halU day at a time." "On the way t6 the Tostoffice