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Ardmore, Sunday, October 28, 1908.
THE DAILY AF.DMOREITE THREE X COLD FACTS unco: AND FIG Are what the intelligent trading population of Ardmore is xactinrj of any merchant aiKing for its trade. We guarantee our Leadership over compe tition; because of our truthful statements and our willingness to maKe good any item sold by us that proves unsatisfactory to you. Choicer styles, larg er varieties and more moderate pricings are also great building factors with us. Only the latest conceptions are found in our store goods that are distinctive in character and rich in individuality find a home with us. MONDAY J AND TUESDAY AY! WEDNESD We desire to call your attention to the following, which should prove a great entertainment for you: LADIES' BEADY-TO-WEAPBABMENTS Our second iloor is devoted principally to LiuHps' Sui s, Skirts, W.iists and Wraps. The "WOOLTEX" you will find here, which contains all the newest ideas and conceptions of the season. They are the only garments tfuurastccd for two soa son's wear. If in need of a Suit, Separate Skirt or Coat, don't buy uiuil wo have shown you ours. There arc six cardinal points of advantage to bo remembered when making your purchase thpy are Siyles, Cloths, Fit, Pmih, Pricw and thu Labels, which js your safeguard. Those considered, yoj can make no error, bhould a Wooltex gar ment expose any defect at any time we will make our guarantee as good to you as Government Bonds Suit prices ranfre from $7.50 to $60 Coat prices, from $3.50 to $30 Slcirt prices, fron $2 to $25 MEW'S eLOTHBNG Our Men's Suits this season arc of the smartest designings dignified m appearance and aristocratic in the extreme, which make them thorough ly a gentleman's attire. No brands on the market quite so exclusive as our "M. & W. NAUM- DERG" or "STER LING", Prices are from $12.50 TO $30 Of course we handle a cheaper line it is the best wo think possible to buy at from $5 TO $15 Anyway, wo want you to come and see the lino and we can certainly fit you up. FINE MILLiNEBY STAPLES EXTRA SPECIAL Calicoes, all colors, 10 yard limit to each custo mer, at 3 1"2c 30 inch good Bleaching, only 5C 27 inch book-fold Percale only 5c 20 yards staple Apron Gingham, only $1 15 yard Amoskeag Apron Gingham, best . . . $1.00 IkjDcncb CallorcO Clothcg, Our Millinery Department has really become famous in Ardmore. Eve y spason adds many m-w friends to this doilartmcnt, because of tho exclut-iveiip.ss and faithful copie-, of the true Paris Models foui d here. Wo are justly proud of this section of our mam nwth s ore, and shall be pleased to add your name to our list. When in the store give us the op, or tunity. We can st ll you an legant street or hack hat at from $2.50 TO $5 while i he more benuti f' lh trimmed hats will com you frcin $7 TO $15 STAPLES EXTRA SPECIAL Good Madras Slurtinir, our 10c one . ... 8 1"3c 28 inch Cotton Suiting, looks dko wool, hpwMi- fullots 8 1-3c 80 inch Lonsdale Bleach or !10 inch Fruit of he Loom, 12 yards to a ens- totner. only 8 13c 3 .vds. i ood round thread Cotton Chocks for... $1 CRIMINAL DOCKET. Phone Upstairs 259 Phone Downstairs 195 108-110 East Main Street. Violators, Crimes and Dates of Hear ing In U. S. Court at Tlshominu" Ihi' fflluwtiiK Is tint criminal docket is set for tlio November, l.oofi, term n Tishomingo, Judge lloa.M Town- send presiding: Monday, Novembor 26. J. II. Ni'i ley, violating revenue. law; Joe Snyder, gaming: Jolin K.dgar, ng- gtavaied assault (nppenl); .llm Cobb, ginning; same, bawdy house; S. T. nml Hen Lindsay, ginning; Lynn Scott, weapon; sainc, disturbing tne penco. same, Sabbath breaking: Cotey La de, gaming Iiouko; Charley Wllker- son. gamin; Morgan Lane, Dili Ilrowu. Joe Walker and Charlie vu kerson. gaming; Jim Copass. assault and bUterv; A. M. Mllsnp. aggravated assault; A. M. Mllsap, weary on: Jolm Bernard, weapon; Bob Gotten, weapon; Bill Crabtroe, Ever ett Crnbtreu. Htbel Crabtreo and Al bert Ijirle, nggrnvted assault: Jerry I lndsoy. nulsanco; Crock Hobba, Dave Jones, woapon; Andrew IleaniB, wea pon, l'ete Mlcklo. Will MlcKle .weap on; Abb Johnson, weapon; Walter Sellers, weapon; Mncora McCarloy. woapon; Bame, disturbing peaco; uoo. Clark. Ilns White and Abb Johnson, disturbing peace; Tom Kdwnrds. din turblng pence; same, oxposuro of per son; I). C. HobbB, weapon; J. D. Mov er, aHBault and battery: Jess Har grove, woapon; Oeorgo Cope, weapon; J 1). McGohce, aggravated nHanuIt; J. C. OrlBbam. corrupting witness. Tuesday, November 27. N. I. Dovors, disposing Honor; Uob Hi.vitm illRiwiHlnir .inner: W. P. nnd W. U. Hovers, disposing Honor; W. ' P. and W. U. Devera. disposing liquor; W. r. and W. H. Devors, gaming bouBe: W. P ami W. It Devera, gnm lug limine; W. H. Dovers, disposing liquor: ll"l) mid l'lnk Ileu-is. dispos ing .inner: Hub Dovers. gaming house; Cc-ow Lindsay, disposing liquor; W. 1'. Rose, disposing liquor; Cat Frame, disposing liquor; mil no. disposing llq-urn-; same, dlsimslng llqurr; same, disposing liquor: ll. h. Itoderlck. dU prRliiB liquor: samo. dlaposlnn liquor; same. tllapoBtliK liquor: nine, uispon Ins llnuor. Wednesday, November 23, Winer JoneB, illaimBliig liquor; saini'. dlHisiiiK liquor; Biiine, woap on; Tob SrronnierB. dlBiMvslns; liquor; Oscar SeronnlerB, iIIbihihIiik liquor; 1'dk Warren disposing liquor; Haine, (UbpobIiir liquor; same, disposing liq uor, same, disposing liquor: .1. M. IloatrlRbt, dlspoBliiR liquor. Thursday, November 29. Oscar King, perjury; Jim Mlllsap, larceny and receiving; H. M. YatoB, perjury; S. U. TalkliiRton. iidiiltery; Hen l'earson, passing counterfeit men cy. Friday, November 30. J. B. Arnold, sub perjury; same. Hub neriiirv: I. W. Kulsoin, iierjury; n-Miiel S. Moral), perjury: Catherine Srrre.la perjury; W. II. II. Keltnor. perjury; Louis Ilenn, perjury: Bamo. iierjury; J. O. V. Itedinon. sub purju- rv Hiiini mil, neriiirv: James. T'nttor- Invi Tlmninn If. Wlilttlloino. peijury; .1. K. Arnold, sub perjury. Monday, December 3. It. H. 1'Ierce, aKsault to kill; Steph en Footo. Incest: U. K. llurroll. as Biult to kill; Oscar Paris and J. If. Paris, murder. Tuesday, December 4. Will Tyson, Lou Mowers and Diclc Haley, larceny: Dick Haley, liarbor iiig felon; Kd Sharp, foruery; A. M. MUsap. false pretense: Kd Perry, as sault to kill; Frank Colbert, larceny. Wednesday, December 5. C C Hunch, murder. Thursday, December 6. Sam Vaughn, adultery; sumo, se duction; Amos Cheadlo and Mary An derson, adultery; W. P. Elliott, and H. W. Sublett, murder; Kdmond Por ter, larccnv. Friday, December 7. Sam T. Colbert, forgery; Tom An derson, uttering forged Instrument; Frmik Wheelborger, faUo protonso; snme, fnlso pretonBo; same, false pre tense; Eastman Jrhnson, larceny. Saturday, December 8. George Hrlilgman, murder. Monday, December 10. F. K. Kennamer. enibe7.7.1cment; J. P Johnson. Jeis Jonnson, Clem John' son, Oeorgo Smith, falso pretonso; J. t Johnson, falso pretenso; Haxtcr Pitts, seduction; K. U McIIrldo, Mis- nosing mrrtitiged property; samo, falso pretense. Tuesday. December 11 Jo Itussell. Conhus llussell, Itufc Pltti. destroy cue; Dick Haley, as 8-ult to rape; Dock Rhodes, murder; John -lark, fraudulent use of mails. Wednesday. December 12. Abel W. Lull, murder; Guy Keel. manslaughter. I Thursday. December 13. ft-nrlns N. Wllkorson. murdor; Eul in Mnlllns. Clnrley Parker, Civile Trnn. Archie Trlpn. Arch Gregory Cf ra Grecory, murder. Friday. Decemb-r 14. I II. Clark, lirconv; Ilrtiert E. Lee iiRBnuit to ratio: samo. burglary; a N-ri.'an Wynn. disposing mortgaged property. Monday. Dtcember 17. Will Mulllns. larceny; Will Scott r. -cnnlt and Imtterv: same, larceny Pimrlov Stanfleld. disposing mortgng- ,'d rniiTty: S. J. Hlount, disposing mi rtgnped property. Tu-rsday, Deeemoer 18. B. H. Colbert, W. T. Ward, conspl racv. Tl. H. Colbert, W. T. Ward, S. W. White. E. H. Hlnshaw. T. A. Teol, conspiracy; II. H. Colbert Ward, conspiracy. GQlT WEEKS BHOS. PRACTICAL Tinners and ers Moved to South Washington Street PROFESSIONAL COLUMN LAWYERS. Eldon K. Sams. Albert J l.oe. SAMS 4 LEE, Attorneys At Law. Oltlee in Noblo Uldg. Phono No. 092. Ileal Estate, Law nnd Titles a Specialty. Ccpt J. W. Ellla. W. D. HalfhllL ELLIS X HALFH1LL, Itoorae 21 and 22, Homestead IUflg. Civil and Indian builncss xclui ivoly. MUSKOGEE, IND. TKH. WILLIAM W. WRIGHT Utek'lKternd Attorpny.) (Formerly with Dawes Corainttilon) Conlsst3, ClUzunshlp Cases and oths; mattora boforo Uio lutorlor D- purtment Exclualvrfly Office Washington Loan & Trust building. WnnhlnEton. D. O. Notice to Contractors. Sonled bids will be received by t&t ally of Ardmore on Saturday. Notom kor 3, 1005, not later than 4 o'cloct . in., for grading D street nnd ptft tlog down Blduwatks on said streot Bids will bo received for the, Bldewaltm nnd the street grading both togothlr r separately. Contractor to tnko lav rovoment Script at par for snld worK, all the work to bo done according 9 plans nnd upttctflcntlonn on f.lu in itn dty unRlneor'ti office. The city no- serves tae rlnht to rvjKt any or an bids. 25H A. I. CRUCE. I. It. 11BST. P.. W. KANDOL. C. D. CAUTEU. Improvement Committee Oiiai. j. ir aiti.hu tiiAf. ji ManiLLn ilnmfillnr "Itnllmi Active l.uvn nml Trnatlfes" Court l'rnotltlonri KAPPLER & MERILLAT Attorneys and Counsolora-at-Law. rraotloe butoru all Oourtu; GoturreM. Do ornmont Ut'iiartmcnta Comralnlom. lutllnu oaaHi r tiiooUlty. oraoe. llond lildK. Wo.iUlncton. D The Old Reliable. Wo cnll for nnd deliver orders. Da dyeing, cleniiBlng and repairing. Lndles' work a specialty. Tlio 11 next fabrics treated without Injur)'. Phont your ordors to 17C. H. F. Mills. BOS West Main. 30 lm J. D. NiUOUi. The Dest Way k In via MEMPHIS nnd tho louble I tlashvillc D. P. Attorney at Law Office over llamlltons Shoo Store. CLINTON O. DUNN. Attorney at Law WITH TWO THAINS DAILY TO Louisville and Nashville Ion convenient schedules, nnd moklivc direct connections with all lines for Northeast. In Union Statloa points East and Ardmoro Ind. Tir. W. Frooman. FREEMAN & ANDERTON, Lawyers. Pennington & Sims Building PHYSICIANO. F.I' von KKLLKU.M.D. U. II. 11KNUT, U.I) lit I rhunoli Ile, l'h0U8 87f Office Phone 16 von KELLER & HENRY Phyalclane and Burgeons. lire, Ear Nino tnd Throat Hpeclillili. Hpeoualot & Ktb Cllanoi sooaratelr Qlleo Utnoe over DoDDor & Uonner'i. Uooma S lo AH Traint Solid Vestibule OHIO Anderton. MODERN SLEEPING CARS. ELEC TRIC LIGHTED COACHE8. If you contemplate a trip East let mo cjuoto you rates nnd inako Bloop- lng car reservatlona for you. Addross N. B. DAIRD, T. P. A., Little Rock, Ark. Or MAX DAUMGARTEN, D. P. A., .. . .Memphis, Tens. DR. C. L. McCANN. Omco: Stong Dulldlng, over Hall HIlllB. Telef hones: Offloa 181, resldenco 683. C. E. SHACKELFORD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Omco Jvnndol Uulldlng. Office Phono CC4; RcBldonco U. Q. E. GOODWIN, M. D. (Offlco over Hall & HJilli) Phonos Omco 349: residence 107 DR. J. E. WOODARD. Dentist. ..Room 12, Noblo Uulldlng, next to. Dr. J. M. Vadcn'a Offlco. Phone 68. DR. J. P. FANN, Dentist, Over Hall & Mills,. Phone No. 401, Wounds, bruises and Burns. By applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds, hrulsos and lllto Injuries be foro Inflammation sets In, they may I le healed without maturation and la about onc-UiIrd tho Umo required by tho old treatment. This la tho great est discovery nud triumph ofmodorn surgery. Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts on this samo principle. It Is an antiseptic and when applied to such Injuries cmibob them to hoai very quickly. It also alluyu tho pain and soronoss and prevents any danger ol blood poisoning. Kcop a uottio or Pain Mum in your homo ana it wui savo you tlmo and monoy, not to raon- tlon tho Inconvenience aim Bunonng such Injuries entail. For Balo by V 3. Itamsoy, W. H. I'Tamc, Aramoro urus Co., Bounor & llonncr. Free While They Last. Maps of tho New State, tho very lat- oat, have arrived. You can get ouo by paying two months In advance on dally or twolvo months on weekly. Kvcry home and overy offlco should have one. ARDMOIIEITE PUBLISHING CO. ANDERSON & WHITAKER, Veterinary Surgeoni. Olllca: Smith's Livery Bam, Phono 125. Thero'a somo satisfaction In shaving yourself If you uso a Shumnto razor and Shumato boning strop. It a a com bination that makcB ahavlug easy. F. J. Ramsey, druggist, 28 a6 W. T. For backacho and rliuumatlsni ufo DeWltfs Kldnoy and Madder Pills, f'lonnso and purify tho blood. A wi'ok'H treatment for 2& e. Sold by Hoffman Drug Co. Cunningham- Wolverton Co. X Will buy, sell nnd rent REAL ESTATE TIME TABLE. Frisco. Kastbound No. 12 leavoa 6:05 a.m. No. 41 leavea 12:50 p.m. Westbound No. 43 nrrivos 8:05 a.m. No. 41 arrives 7:35 p.m. I No. Colds endanuer life. If yon have n cure It lis quickly as poaslblo 21 T, to 10 hours, If you tuko Itamsoy'H Cold y -l (Jrlpim TabltH. 25 cent's. F. I. 'lr nisey, ili'iijrglnl. for you. Wo will lend you any amount oi monoy. Let us write your Insurance, wo havo It of all kinds. Come in and Sc. Us. Fourth door west of City Nation ul Brink. Choctaw-Rock Island. KaBtbound 81 (local) loaves 7:00 a. rn. No. 10 leaves 2:40 p.m. Westbouud No. 0 arrives 1:30 p.m. No. S3 (local) urrlvea 6:30 p.m. . ...4..."5"J"-;4,--;"5-4, i com is iinicii inurg i-uBiiy i-iiiru. ., ,,, tiinnl rlillilrpii nt-:i'"ht vl,..n thn hnuolH me mum. Kannodv'a 'v"l' 11,0 bcliool Ul ldroil Hl..l,ni. rnvntlvi, iiminv and Tar onens the U'w easily done with sliouiuor ur.iceB, ar Sd thenrco",r m,i of Wo Have Iho kind that Jiro eomfo,laUl, i rii rtr vfim i' finhi v-vito v.iiar. $1.00 to $J.j0. r. .1. Ham- Santa Fe. Southbound- No. 5 4:00t. m. No. 17 4:20 p.m. No. 10 12:35p.m. Northbound- No. 6 12: 50 a.m. No. 18 ,..ll:55a.m. No. 20 C:S6p.u. nPium aia w. j"cit I t ot Subsorlbo for The Ardmorelte. UWil UIUU J V"l -( - -ww