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Ardmore, Wednssdy, Nov. I I 1W5
THE DAILY aRDMOREITE THREE You can save money on your fall purchases at this store. We study your wants and strive to supply them, don't you thinK the merchant who strives to ascertain your desires and Keep the goods YOU WANT, notwithstanding the fact that they cost him considerably more, deserves your trade rather than the man who buys the goods every time on which he can realize the most profit? Good, honest merchandise is the sort we sell at the big store and sell "better qualities for same money" and same qualities for less money. hi nrr 11 W-THffil "rarof1rrn,T"rrT: '-'iliBTV -Tnflfr"i Midway Educational Association. Program of first H'sslon to lie held at E1U, I. T., Friday iilght and Satur day, Nov. 211 and 21. l'.'OO Friday, 7 p. m. Invocation. Welcome Address, .1. 11. Dlckerfcon, of Elk. Response, T. A. llumhlc of Alma. Encouragement vs. Criticism For tho Schol hy the People W. II. Hlghsmlth, Volma; Dr. Dav. 1h. Dlxio. For tho Pupil hy tho Teacher. Hart Williams, Ilowltt; Alllo Crawford, Fostor. Needs or tho District School, Moody Light, Doyle; E. A. MurchlHon, Fox. Saturday, 0:30 a. m. Morning exercise By all tenchers present. How I Teach Spelling Elam Har ris, Ilealdton; Miss Alllo Duncan, Lo co. Moral Responsibility of the Tench ,.rI, H. Noal, Aia; Allen Woodford. "Work That Should Ho Done In the First Grade Miss Emma Adams, Lo co; Mrs. W. II. Hlghsmlth, Velma. Noon 1:15 p. m. Advantages of School Entertainments W. H. Clifton, Iter wyn; J. H. Dlckerson, Elk. 'What Steps Shall Wo Tako In Re gard to Our State Constitution? Mr. Wallncc, Lone Grove; V. E. O'Neal, loco. Election of officers. Supt. Georgo Heck Is expected to ho piegcnt and will deliver nn address, and nlfco tako uart In tho discussion of the subjects on tho program. All federal teachers will draw pay for tlmo needed to attend theso asbo ciations. Tho people of Elk nro anxious to havo a good attendance of both toach ers and trustees, and they will assign homes to all visitors at closo of ses sion Friday night. Please write J. H. Dlfjkorsoii of Rlk and ho will have a -home select ed for you. Out of Twenty Kinds the Cost. "Ship one grogs Dr. Mondenhall's Chill and Fovpr Cure. It gives the bast satisfaction of about 20 brands I carry." .1. R. Warlord. Druggist Rector. Ark. Children like i Snld on a signed guaranty by W. ii Frame. Our prlcos aro tl.o lowest in plumb lng and you dun't havo to Jiavo It done again. 7tf HOLMAN & DE9T. That's eood, but when youare Getting a comfortable Overcoat why not also get a STYLIbU one. They wear just as well and looli far better. Remember you war overcoats on the outside th&t's why we lay stress upon our "M. & W." "Naumberg" and "Ster ling" Overcoats, made especially for us by the most sltilled tailors just from the bench want one? A good heavy tray mixed Extra heavy gray mixed Ovcicoat Keep you warm last lor years, at $20.00 for $7.50 Raincoats, stripes and fan A Dandy new check, siyli.ih and very pretty lor $10.00 The Dressiest ever our pretty black u finished worst ed at $15.00 moumm WHERE YOUR DOLLAR GOES FARTHEST ANTI-SALOON WORKERS MEET. Many Prominent Men Present nt the National Conference. Udmorclto Special. St. Louis, Mc, Nov. 11. The nat ional conference of tho superintend ents and workers of the Anti-Saloon Lcaguo of America, opened this morn ing In the First Presbyterian church with dovotlonal exercises conducted by tho Rev. Samuel I. Lindsay or th f city. Tho appointment of committees was the chief business transacted at the opening session. Among tho cinrgymen who will i'o liver addresses today aro tho Row N. A. Palmer of Minneapolis, tho Rev. J. II. Rlbblns or Concord, N. 11., tho Rev. H. H. Russell of Now York, tho Rev. U. G. Humphrey of Inilanapolis, t':e Rev. B. B. Mclaughlin of Denver ard tho Rev. Robert Norrla of Topoha. Tho conrorenco will continue until next Monday and will to tollwi-d bv tho general convention of tho Autl 'sa loon league. A Younn Mother at 70. "My mother has suddenly boon mad0 young nt 70. Twenty years of In tense suffering from dyspepsia had en tirely dlsaolo't her, until six months ago. when sho began taking Electric Hitters, which havo completely cured her and restored the strength and ac tivity which Bho had In tho prlmo of life." writes Mrs. W. L. Gllpatrlck. of Danforth, Me. Greatest restorative medicine on tho globe. Sots stomach, liver and kidneys right, purifies the blood, and cures malaria, billions ness and weaknesses. Woudorful nerv0 tonic. Price 50c. Guaranteed at ,lty Drug Storo. Masonic Memorial Services. rdmorelto Special. Linden, Tenn., Nov. 14. Momoiial services in honor of tho late Junes L. SIj?h, past grand master of tho Masons of Tcnnosfeeu, were held to day lu the Methodist church under the mission of tho local Masnalc lodge. Many prominent Tennessee Masons tcok part In tho services. The New Pure Food and Drug Law. Wo aro ploasod to aiiuounco that Foley's Honey and Tar for coughc, colds and ning troubles Is not af fected by tho National Pure Food and Drill? law, as It contains no opiates or othor harmful drugs, and we recom mend It ns a safe remedy for children and adults. Hoffman Prng Co., and City Drug tore. Kpna"dv's Laxative, Honev and Tar moves Contains no opiates. Puro Food and DP'S Li Hoffman Drug Co. (contal'iti'i tho bowels. Conforms ta ,w. Sold by Comfort is the first quality you looK at in an Overcoat cies-icoep you wakm and DttY for.. ..$12.50 to $25.00 One lot boys' Sj.uG and SO. 00 Overcoats to close at special prices. PHONES: Upstairs 2)9 Dowrt- 195 TTTr-"'Tr-r,7Tt Presbyterian Brotherhood Meet. Ar'lmorelte Special. Indianapolis. Ind . No 1 I - Ri-piv lentatiM-H of Presbyterian men's or ganh'.atloiiK throughout the country Including the Hrotherhood of Andrew and Phillip, male Hlblo clubs, social unions and civic societies, aro par ticipating in the general assembly of the Presbyterian Hrotherhood, which opened In the First Presbyterian church hero today. Among tho distill gulshed men who will nddross the del egates are Grover Cleveland, W. Hryan, .lohn Wnnnmaker and ex-Sen ator Cockrell. Have you seen the modern cooking wondor nt Hlvons, Corhn & Frensloy' store. Como in any day this week. 12-5 TIME TABLE. Frisco. Ensthouml No. 12 leaves C:05a.m No. 11 loaves 12:50 p.m Westbound- No. lu arrives b:0ua. m No. 41 arrives. 7 7:35 p. in Choctaw-Rock Island. Eastbound No. SI (local) leaves 7:00 a. m No. 10 leaves 2:40 p.m Westbound No. u arrives 1:30 p.m No. S3 (local) arrives 6:30 p.m Santa Fe, Southbound No. 5 4:00 a. m No. 17 ? 1:20 p.m No. 19 12:35 p.m Northbound t No. C 12:50 a. in No. IS 11 .55 u. m No. 20 5: 35 p. in King of All Cough Medicines. Mr. E. G. Caso, a mall carrlor o Canton Center, Conn., who has boon Ih the V. S. Sorvlco for about sixteen years, says: "Wo havo tried man cough medicines for cuiup, but Cham berlain's Cough Remedy is .king of all aim one to bs rcllod upon ovorv tlmr Wo also rind It tho nest remody ( rnuslis and colds, plvln? certain r suits and loavlug no bad effect"." F palo by r. .1. Ramsey, W. 11, Frame Ardmore Drug Co., and Homier Ronne'r. DeWitfs Little Early Rigerti, about tho most rellablo pill pn tho market. Sold by Hoffman Drug Co. Suusciibo for Tho Ardrnorelto. LOCAL UNION8. TUB RDMORE TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION. No 619. Moot IlrsL Fri day in each mit.th-at 6: 15 p. in m Union Hall. J. W. flollciigo. Prcst dent; D. H. Gaines, Secretary. RAtUUtRS' JOURNEYMEN INTER NATIONAL UNION Meets first uM'J third Monday nights lu each month. Jim Wllklns. proaldont; Kl uir.r Wrls'at. secretary. CARPENTERS' AND JOINERS' OK A Ml. mi a, No. l028--.MeoN ovorj Thursday night. 7:30, nt Union Hall. U. K. Cot, president; D. N Ferguson, secretary. INTERNATIONAL HROTHERHOOD .OF ELECTRICAL WORKBHB Mcctn second and fourth Friday nlghta of each month. It. M Parker, presldont; A. A. Holcoinb, ecr tary. nitlCKLAYERS'. MASONS' AND PLASTKRKR8' INTERNATIONAL UNION No. 9 Moots over? Satur day night. J. II. Dixon, president; A. U. Urown, secretary. RETAIL CLERKS' I. P. UNION, No C35 Meets second and fourth Moa dny ulghta In each mouth. Louis S. Shelkowlts, president, L U. Horn, secretary. 'A1NTEP.S, DECORATORS AND PA PLRUANGERS' UNION NO. 22S. Meets the first and third Saturday nlghm or each month nt Union Hnll. GUY CRENSHAW, President. J. A. SPEARS, Secretary. ARDMORF. TRADES .JOUNCIL Meets first and third Friday nlghtp in each month nt IiDor Hall. W. C. Reaves, president; D. N. TergU' son, secrotar'. TEAjMSTERS' UNION, No. 58S J B. DoArmond, prosldent; tl. W Yonnc. secretary. Notice Moved C. P. Hall, formerly nt 122 Main street, li now open for business. Ulg- gest Net? and Second Hand stock oi House Furiilshliigs In tho city. Repair ing, renting, exchanging nnd buying. Saves $2300 per jenr over Main .jtieei competitors. Glvcj you back 10 per cent for every $1.00 cash purchase. Runs two wagons lo all partB of tho city free. My country customers can stop lu my yard frc0 or charge. Pho'ij 3CC or call at Texas Wagon Yard tn Caddo street and 3rd nvoinio, n t'y threo blocks north or tho Whlttlugton Hotel. Remember wo give you 10 per cent oft for cash purchases only. C. P. HALL The House Furnisher On Easy Payments at Cash Prices. Moved Moved Moved TUCKER'S MARKET Elas moved from West Main t N. Washington, near Hamilton'! bhoo btore. rhone 1)1 . TheDest Way East Is via MEMPHIS and tho louis ? Itoliic I P. WITH TWO TRAINS DAILY TO Louisville nnd Nashville on convenient schedules, and making direct connections In Union Station with all lines tor points East and Northeast. All Triint 'i)Vnl Vaitibule MODERN SLEEPING CARS. ELEC TRIC LIGHTED COACHES. It you contemplnto a trip East let mo quoto you ratos and tnako sleep ing car reservations for you. Address N. B. BAIRD, T. P. A., Little Rock, Ark. Or MAX BAUMGARTEN, D. P. A., .. . .Memphis, Tenn. THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Ccuchs end !: In Tl H4 pciuriz Coldi Irom t!.o tyi- Clocrulo- tsi.. scntly movlnr th flj omandtli boweu A cerUin Hooey Bet relief for 'oup and AjW. w.fjv Js on erery wlioopinj-cv lh. lWfVVi.l)0"', llear.y all eti :i W tM A.VinV.v ccc; curei. aro SkmS&&$mfl to nt i pat Inc. pirc-ia.' (toso ".-'f5,irr UV'TtM' McMhfclS I & LAXATIVE trzrtrcD at tm uotiror C. O. nWlTT F CO.. CHIOAQO, U. O. A. For sa.'a by Ilcffniann Duru Co. UNITED STA1ES DEPOSITORS Condensed Statement of the Condition of The Ardmore National Bank at Close of Uusines3 September A, 1C06 RECAPITULATION. Resources. Loai.d $313,510.01 StocVe and Socurltloe 12.07S.12 U. S. HoikJh .' lfifi.000.00 Fixture 3,000.00 Cash :7.193.20 JC90.7S1.36 Liabilities, Caplfal Stock $100.000 0- Surplus and Profita (not).. 13.173.51 Circulation 100,000.1 Hills Payable 20,000.00 Deposits 327,607.85 J500.7S1.3C No holler ladcx to tho growth ot Ard tho constant and steady Increase In more can bo found than Is reflected In tho deposits of tho Ardmoro Nntlona I(jnl.. LEE ORUCE, President B. V. STUART. Cash I nr. DoWLl'H Witch Hazel Salve the original uud the linmo Is Rtnmped on owry box. GiuhI for ecuema, tetter. l)oilH, cuts and bmlscH. and especially reeoinni' ndi'd ,or plies. Sold by Hnff man Drug Co. ' W. P. POLAND Denier FARM LANDS Wants to buy 1000 acres in tracts not lets than 80 ueres. See Me at Once Office over First Natl. BH. White Market HELSLEY & KERNER. Carry .1 full stock of frcah and cured Meats, Vegetables, Fruit and overythlng In tho market lino. Prompt delivery to any part of tho city. Telephone 612 BAGGAGE TRANSFER LINE Phone 261 DAY or NIOIIT STEVE EOWLES, Proprietor J. L. WIL80N. rREIQHT TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE LINB. OflltHi t AmnrlrAn aostrnun Cheap Rates to California and Mexico Daily until October 31st, Co onists' tickits will bo on sale to California and Mexico points at exceptionally low rates: laul'nincUoc MbxIcii City utiaiiHinjnra Chicago St. IouIb Kansas City Omaha Parsons Oklahoma Git in $30 $25 $25 $25 $25 $24 $21 $24 $25 $27 $32 Tlirnuh tourist sleepers from St. Louis and Kansas City on Tuesday of each week You step into the cars hero and do not leao them until you reach San lM'fincisco. Ask your nearest r ilrond W'l. for rates or address W. ST. GEORGE General Passenger Ai, "''. m. h- & ily., Walnwrlght Uldg. St. LouU, GEO. R. HKCKER, D. P. A.. M. K. & T. Ry. Oklahoma City, Okla. f VC''iT f i 'A i 11. is be, fit welt earned bv om Big Hand Flour! It has never yet failed to make good. If you are desirous of obtaining a Hour that is far above the aver ago insist on getting the BIG HAND BRAND For Snlo by All Grocers 7 I TYLER & SIMPSON J. COMPANY DISTKIBU TO R S 4. Carriage Shop for All iiutfjjy Repairs J. Blair Shoenfelt f (KxU.B. Indian AKent) ATTORNEY AT LAW MUSKOGEE, I. T. Removal of restriction!), con i tests, cltlzenBhlp cnaca and oth er matters boforo 'tho Interior Department. Prompt attention given to T preparation, checking and filing I of oil and gas leases. t Your patronage solicited. (.-.. A. G. Fullerton A. 8. Qulllot $ Prbao Wlro to All Markets. T A, G. FULLERTON &C0, Bankers - Brokers t Cotton, StocHs, I Grain and Provisions f .J. i' Over Kearnoy Hardwaro Store. f. Olflces Ardmore, Pauls Valley. J j. Wynncwood, Sulpaur, I. T. y v nnd Loxlngton, oua. I Phono 720. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy Almoit every family haj need of a reliable remedy for colic or diarrhea at tome time during the year. Tlus temedy is recommended by dealers who have sold it for many years and know its value. It has teceived thousands of testimonials fiom giatcful people. It has been prescribed by phy sicians sOz tiia most satisfactory results. It has often saved life before medicine could have been sent for or a physician summoned. It only costs a quarter. Can you afford to risk so much for so Lille? BUY IT NOW.