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Ardmort, Monday, January 1 19io
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE PAGE FOUR Hnoixitc.iftR(;HITECT IS HERE By the ARDMOREITE PUULISHING CO. . SIDNKY St'Odii I'lcslili nt Kntercd nt tlie I'oatoHIr" at Ardmore as Second (Mans Matter. OFFICIAL PAPER CARTER CO. AND THE CITY OF ARDMORC If It Is In tlio Ardmorolt", It Is legat " TERMS OF 8UDSCRIPTION. The Daily Ardmorelle. Ono Year Ono Month One Week .K..00 . .fill . .U. The Weekly Arilmoreite Per Year by Mall I LOO HIjc IMonthH Jj Three Months . Pliones. ituslie ss Manager's Office - ""' Distance " - . . ihn Anv crn neons remain... mi ,i,nM,r. at.m.llinr or lonutatlon of any person, firm or corioratlon which may appear in me commim 'rim Arilmnrelto will ho gladly cor recteil upon Its belli brought to tho attention r tho management. Eastern Representatives. Win. I). Ward, Tribune lliilldlnK, New York. Chicago Representative. U. l- llenrhpioz. U.IS Maniuett llulhlli't;. ArUmore, Monday, January 17, 1910 i: :: s: s !S r: political notes. :: :: :: :: t: :: :: s: :t :: s: tJ l.eu Mixer, who has been assistant u. .. ... , i i I- ..r uitifi. iiiulor ttill I'rois. has announced his candidacy for that , office, lie says mis uuiien m ni' . ... ,t.i. I.. .1... ..r. Hie will prevent hi... from .linking n K rM.mil campaign. William Cross who was elected sec- .vtary of state under the constitution ennot Muccee.1 himself has announced ior -st..t.. auditor, lie Is sending out I letter- oer tlie state in which lie re it rs to ills lung lllucaa and of the le- 0M,rts spread broadcast concerning ; him wliile he was on his bed of affile lu Imtitkf imtuKi'A hv W F. Oll.n. r of Ard.nore who made j nnmnim-c nt for this olfi.Hi some- t ine ago. J. II A. ltuberlHim in Ills candidacy for kih 11 nor Is already on the defen hlc. He Is nmkliig tlie ai-gumeiit that he Is really in the raco to win and has not announced merely to fining li 1 tn prominence that will result in In liming him some state appolut- I. 11 nt Hceins rather early to get on the difeiihhe liefore any one e'.e II. ls -pukell. William Murray Una not made ofll- 1 i ll .'iiiiiiiitn. iitmiiit vl for tlie office ' , , oig.verner. The tslk made by ex irnor Harris a member of the official f.uinly of thu Chickasaw nation to,,. tin effect that Cruce will carry .M111 ra own county doea not look good for the homo popularity of tho Tlah oiulimo laudidnte. ( 1 m i' Is taking tiliU iH'tlon by storm us he did in tlie other campaign and he will lie supported by almost tlie s 1! d vote of all tlie southern portion of tlie state and letters coining from all -litmus of the state aay ho Is wry Hpular everywhere. There Is iili.-olutely no doubt or his nomination Au-ui-t J. t T Rexroat of Keller, Chili. W. Tn.mui of lloUar uml T. J. Pollock of Siu.d have already voluntuured 10 iiimiii.c Cruce clubs at each of IV '.num. Itofore the campaign la u. I I there will be from one to il. i -i I'nice 1 bibs In every county of t 1, -;..t. It 1' 11 lHiulop who made a losing 1 ' state treasurer ta tn the run e 1 . in Oils yw. He recelvttd 1 en s in Mi nefee ii wwn dbrtrlvt 1 Mi uefew (J.i in the Inst race but 1 'h.O acrea of laud iidjoulug the Mc 1 Ii li.ui Territory aide of the atnte ! Auater prison site ninl to be iuihI lor wii mist hlw for the reaaoit that ! pciiltentlar farm. The 'and Is in 1- ! -s known here than his oj- ; the segregiited urea of the Choctaw I . Duiilop has made uiuy 'ld Chlekasuw nation iii'-. 111 this section of the state ' 'ae last cauipaigu. He own 1. 1 i.ind.i in JohnaUm county ami I ! 1. int.- there upeak In the very . , It -1 111.11.uer of him. Date I'mlerwoml la another Joiiu loii i.nit.ty man who kuowa every man In that county ami anj-s Cruce wll 1 ury Murray 'a home county. IJu di ru d was here toJay ami Ida state-mint- .re in acwrd with thoso of Gov. 1 rt" Huns. ,li e Garrett, a prominent iittermar- rlid i IMen who realdes lu Tishomingo an I owns a toek fawn adjoining Uie town, says, "Glvo us anybody for gov ernor 111 preference to Murray." SeciiH like Murray ought to better train n s own home people. They will tell something 011 him soup- of these COURT HOUSE PLANS COMMISSIONERS WILL PLAN FROM AMONG SUBMITTED. SELECT 20 SETS I More thwi fifteen atehitect Hi-idm are In the lt to submit plana tor the fliCitii county court home. All ineinlti t of the lHianl of county com- .n.sa onetM are present niri they pro nmlgHled n nile nt two oVkiufc thU utinioon extending Uie lluie for flllHH fdans up to noon tomorrow and nt ,.,, wen into m-aslun. Kneli act of ,,!.,, , numbered hh ffd and they ,,. ,!,., thn finlir In ul.l.h thev .J I t 1 ..... I. I . . I,,.- ,1... art nun aim u.e menm-v. .mo h.f , , , , Privilege of ffnliw befoie the board ami explaining In detail hi pinna and HiiiitlnK out the advantHK". a cor- lain nniouut of time will be allowed each firm. It will probnbly lie Wed in xdny In-fore tho hoanl arrive at any coiichndoii itinl tliey reserve the illit after ncecptlim the plaim to oiakc linpilry eoiireruliu the reliabil ity of the ar(4ilteet whose idans they adopt. FIVE BOYS WALK. Travel Seventeen Miles to Marietta in Four Hours' Time, i'lve young Ardmore athletes tried their pioweas at walking yesteiday af ternoon. 'I'bey were sit ting In the (ill mer liotel w'lien a iliauti r was made on a walking ti'st, all of tlimn were game and a try out to Marietta seven- tenn miles was agreed upon. In the i party were Ccorge Cox, Luther llati- J'. """ '"'"; Kied Smitli an'd I'Jiey left the Oil ............ ... ...... "",r l",u,'i" aml W" kwl thu ra"' ' I'0"1 trmUn- '" ' I '" Overlirook tlie first station soutli I ...... ... . i .... i . i ...I j .n ...il.... I ami minit'it'ii ipuie a ueai oi iiiiuiiiiuii rr"m "vrbrooK people wl... could j " 1 MnrtMa Just four hours ami one minute after starting. i They lirtnrlit witli them a letter from v .... eroer y ii.rn er.y pr ncipa. , t'l illi- aiiMiniii- lllll rv;iiuiri i ilL' IV L" ( iw ivmU: To Those Who May Ke Doubters: "Vwonn ly appalled l.efo.e ...e Jan nary u, line at i,:.iu p. in., .Messrs. ' ticoi-Ke Cox. Luther Itaudol, .11111101" ' Muiipliy, Kred Smitli and Thomas (Ill- mer, pedestrians who s.iy they left Aidmore at 1:1.. l-'or what crime I am unable to say. w. c. canti:iuii:khy. FEMALE REAL ESTATE PLUNGER A Louisville Woman Invests in Choice Muskogee Property. Muskogee, Okla., Jan. JC .Mrs. J. II. M. Helm of Louisville. Ky Is thu . uiiMlnli ','.,,.,! "- . ' " . I real eHtate. s 10 s a plunger ami is Oov-!.,., v , . , , ! whin ii inkM tii imiifi. 11 i't(. u'itir.n ... . . 1 i.n- 'I'ti.k n i H lunr oil.- ...in .iiji..il J.IP.mUi worKi of unimproved real ea- 1 tate lu Muskogee. She buys nothing lint corner lots, and she pays prices I that almost scare the ical estate men, , has been placed In temporary charge Jn the county court today L. A. ily even lu Oklahoma. Mrs. Helm spent r tlie oft Ice of Supervisor 1 M. , ruin was tried for unlawful possession some time in Muskogee. She sized ! t'uiliolf. during tlie suspension of 1 f whiskey. The court instructed a up the situation and decided which I the latter. Miss dallth Thomas, verdict of not guilty, street would have the ip.lekobt and I clerk with the supervisor, will be I '"hn Merrltt tried on the ian.e best growth. Then she Ciiiiiiueiiced 11 tallied In tlie olTle . charge, was acquitted. Merritt had lo buy residence corner lots on her I possession of two lialf pints of whlsk(.y fawirKe street. She says that she 1 has figured It out that within ten ears ciery foot of property sho Is , Marietta, where she wSU do steno liuylng wlll be business property, and I graphic work In the law offices of If Iter Judgment It correct, ten yeans will make her worth f 1,000.000. If alio keeps the corner lots she lias pur v aiiscd. ASKS $15,000 APPROPRIATION. Prison Central Uo.ird Seeks Purchase of I0CO Acres of Laud. (Iiithrle. Okla , Jan. II!. The board of prlso.i control will ask Hie govor nor to Kul.uiit tilling the spcti.il (.eli sion of the legislature an appropriH- , Hon of $1."..00. for the pim-haac of Horn Mission Society. The ladies ot the Home Mission So liety of Uie Rio.ulwai MethnlUt iitiiuh entertain with an iutoimal ie iiiption Thursday evening, January 20, in tin- chinch. All member and strangeis within our gates are coidi ally Invited. Circle No. 2. Chile No. 2 of tlie Christian ihitrrh will meet .with Mis. 1. J. Wilkes, O street, northwest, Tiles- day afternoon ,it thico o'clock. Re - fiesluneiiti will be senod and all arc Invited. Daptlst Aid Society. The Rrondway Raptlst Aid society 1 has bl4,n confined to Ills bed for sev wlll ni.vt at the ehur. h Tuesday oral weeks and Is not strong. .ifternoon at ;i oV'.ok All member . . . ate urged to attend, Art'iuore'te want ads ro the best. SUCCESSOR TO JUDGE RUSSELL KNABEL OF COLORADO WILL LIKELY HAVE CHARGE OF THE PROSECUTIONS OF HASKELL. I Wiwhiimloii. .Ian. K',. Krnent Kna- ilrti lin attorney In iho department or i,,Httcr. f nhit4l to succeed Judge- rhnrlea W. Ruaaell In charge of Imllnn illluai Ion III Oklahoilin. Mr. Knabel la fron. Colorado and i , i.. .. i...w. r n. 1 will HKUM u.liv hri ln"i " " pioKocntlo.m .malnst (Governor m- kell and othera under Indictment allcgod eonnjiliney in connection with the ch-'dullng of town Inla In Mtin koRee. t Judge ItiiMti'll, wiio li.ift had charge of Indian lltlKiitioii In Oklahoma, lias In i n appointed minister to Persia mill will le.ite the department of n.Htl. e as hoo.i as his appointment Is I'onfiruii'd liy the si'iiati Little Stories of the Street Died of Croup. Melton Johnson, son of Isaac .loiiu- sou. ic Hiding seven mill's west of nate two members, but 1 think that luie, died yesterday of croup. The course unwise. 1 think we should pre (liibl was a little more -than n year 1 sent only one, thereby eliminating any old. Tlie funeral was held at Con- of ibiMslsni." I ninl hcIiooI house tills afternoon. . Wheeler Growing. " I'crsons lieiu today from Wheeler ! state that little town is ihulldlug lapldly. Dr. A. II. Davis has built a "ll'U- ,lomi' ,l,0,v "ml Mr- " ilnK. wl. formerly lived at Sliced, waH ,,,.,. t(lay ,,uylUK ,umbor , . .. . i buiiKalo cottage in that , City Shop Tlie city repair sliop will ne reauy ... ... for occupancy rnursiiay. carpeutei-s Ul,. nt work today. The shop near tlie police station Is In i(lltMl a portion ot the city building. Old Timer Sick. I'licle Hob Scales, vine of tho old time citizens of tlie town, is reported very 111 at his homo In northeast Aidmore. Ho lias been very feeble for mouths and his friends are very uneasy about his recovery. Ills daughter. Mrs. J. J. Chandler, iwlio lives near him, is also quite sick. Good for Kingston W. It. Sehidge has returned . . 11 1 1 Ingston, where lie -occupied Hex. from Kingston the pulpit In two sermons Sunday. A ,i,., f s-jn was taken for ., "''" """i" u .-.-., .uKv.- awy l.as a hk! word to say for I'.ls Kingston cliuivh and the people , Il( ..,. I v - ' Temporary Appointment. David Shelby, district Indian agent,' I Miss Blois to Guthrie. Mis?. Jennie Clienaiilt has gone to Kddlcuinii & Cruham while Margaret lllois is in (iiithiie dining the spe ilal session of the legislature. Lott Siiotgun. II. ('. Itlcketts Is in tlie city from Craliam today and snoio out a com plaint ugalusl Arthur Wilson, charg ing 111 111 witli taking a $l! Winches ter slmU'nti. a ducking hunting coata and oilier goods from tho home of Itlcketts last night. Wilson has been at work for Itlcketts. Tlie accused man welicha ISO pounds, has dark hair and eyes and Is dressed In black clothing, with black hat. Mr. Riekctts has the officers 011 U.o look out ami Is advertising for his prop erty. Constable Retlgnrd, Jim I'ouder, constable of the Gra ham township, has resigned, and .Mr. W M. Hodge is here today with a p. '1111011 iivuii the people of that tiiiMisbip asking the commissioners to appolut him to succeed l'ondor. .!. C. Little went to Sulphur yester day where be is engaged In tho de fense of Sheriff Maxwell. Ho says thu prosecution so far has not pro. , dueed any damaging testimony against the sheriff and that If Mr. Maxwell's , health will permit the trial to be con. eluded that he w ill most assuredly bo oxororated by the court. Mr. Maxwell ACTION OF CAUCUS DF DEMOCRATS UALLINGER PROBE JAMES AND HAINEY CHOSEN MINORITY MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE. . Wusliir.otoii, Jan. 10. The action of the caucus of democratic members In ll,L' house enumber IndleatoH that t'in house members of t i. Hulllnger-Piii- . chot Investigation coi,,mlttuu probably ut' " '"s: Democrats James Kentucky of ,""? """' of ,""lu";. J""i to.iltjht. lim dlcans-I eKn ars: .McCall of Massachusetts, Oiinstead of l'ennsyl- vniil i, and Stevens of -Minnesota are generally rtporLed to havo been so- lectin I. Republicans Insurgents; Madison of Kaimaa, generally understood to t.' tin- liisurKent clioico. Tho democratic caucus lastoU two hmrHi JioU8h n, nn mlf of the session wns devoted to speech- .linking and balloting on the se'ectlon , of a U;00 messenger to the minor. I Ity, .1. .1. Speight of Alabama, urged bv Hcnrescntul v.- Cliivton. bolnv ----, pal lllll'Ill. Ol IIIU III91IIUIIOII HUH Oil t,llol,('"' liand over $1000 woith of nnimunlllou, .Minority U'Udor Cliamp Clark nonil- ,, ., t.on),.c.,. lnrst.t (.,lltpnie..t. Con nate.! Ollle James for tho Ualilngcr- HI.lci Iiik our resources we hope to riiiciioi coiiiimuue. u lias oeeu sug- . Rested," said .Mr. Clark, "that I nonil- 31 r. Sabbath ot Illinois nominated i Mr. Uainey, Clnude Kitchen of Soutli I Carolina seconding tlie noiiiluatlou. : Mr. Clnik of I'lorlda nominated Mr. 1 II.. .. r f I ........ t .....l ,fu it.... ..a -'"7""" lu ' VM-il,il'l firkttllnnln.l M Ulni.ilfkt. nf Virginia nominated Mr. Slayden of ,TM. 'iho roll was called, each , ""er lliiB fr two of the f"'"" 1 nominees. I ho vote steal; . , I..... ei. Iinl...... rii. f)l.H.1. in ..."". a,, ...: ,U, .,uUl Uv, and Uueker. 1- lie i-aueus una.. ...ously adopted a , .... . , ..... ,,..,,. . . r g .i ....l i.. n...i ii.i i i......., ..ecu, u uumocraw "hii me mi) uio uigeii io taue an active pan 111 procuring the ratification of tlie Income tax amend- iiient to tlie constitution." Tho umoudinout is now being foug'lit out in tlie suites. There were about 12.1 democratic representatives present, Mr. Clayton of Alabama presiding. Mr. KlUserald who voted against the prm.osltlon of bavin; the house select its own mem- Hers of the committee, was present at tonights caucus. There wore no rac- tlonul discussions. I he republiean caucus lor the se- , lection of their mouibers on the com - 1 '";'."" "eJintoly after 1 tm' I'rosWenis signature to the llal- ,..,.. . . r. , llllirer.l'incliot. Innnlrv resnlntlon Hint 1 ... , . """ liie uiu ,... ,.. b ,. ,, , ..m,,,,. i0Miv r 1 t .. " ' ' J'm,', or IN COUNTY COURT. 1 Two Whiskey Cases in Which Jury Finds Not Guilty. I and tlie Jury thought he was not guilty. The case against Henry Norton was continued. Sheriff tAkers Is a witness in tlie case and that officer Is stl'l confined to his room witli grip. Tlie lierce wire cutting case was coutlnuud. Wlll Cllbert, atto-ney in the case, wiled he could not cotno rn account of the serious Illness ct his wife in Oklahoma City. The stilt in which the Rank of Com merce was plaintiff and W. A. Talla feno lefeiidant, was continued by agreement for tlie purpose of being settled out of court. l)( e Jones is. (iuy (iarner, a rent I .. 1l.1i1.1i ,,,., ,1.., iu,i., ,.,.. - ,--. ....... ...V VU...... U on trial tins afternoon. A HOME ARCHITECT. He Has Pride In His Work and Love for His County. Among tlie local architects who are iwibmlttlng plans for the erection of the county court house Is W. A. Tack ett wlio tins maintained offlcbs lu this city for a number of years. .Mr. Tack ett has made special efforts to land the contract, to furnish plans to iho county. He Iris been at woik on the plan for some time and has sought the assistance of other architects lu his w oik He is a Carter county man nnd beside having a personal pride In ins wotk he Is .prompted by ta.1 very best motives of bavins Carter county own a good court hoiuo be onuse Carter county Is his county nnd ho Is Interested In tho welfare of the part of tho stato Jio contributes taxes to support. Ho la well pleased with the plans he has dhr.iwn and thinks others might be as xood but none rouU be better Adv. COLLEGE NEWS NOTES. Fiom Agricultural and Mechanical Col lege at Stillwater. Stlllwii: r, Okln., .Intl. 15. The work of the winter torm Is progressing bel ter than Hint of any previous year. I Tin- students ore iiraetlenlly all settled in tliulr nwctlo lotitlnon of work nnd K Is noted that an uxcollent show-1 lug Isihelng made In both class rooms I and laboratories. I The following In the complete and xacl ,.nro:iinont up to January 10, ino, as reported by the reylstiar on thnt date; Summer school, 270; son- Mors, regular course, I'j; Juniors, CI; sophmores, Ull; freshmen, 101i; sub- freshmen, 1U2; ib.islness c Specials, 71; shoU nrlcu course, U0 ; iiKrlcultural and Uomestlc economy course, 12;' makliiK U total eiirollmout of 1,01.1 since June, I'joii. A aniim of tlie National Hlfle assi- elation of .America was organleil 1 , among the cadets last week. The tmlvy umM)1. yartl. All ordeis turn necessary oiricors havo been chosen l(, nt ronipt-v 8w UK When In the and due application has been made .. . v sn I lor tile rigiiis anil privileges oi oruura of this kind. According to the rules i f lh(1 wur lUv,rtlllonti 1U orKanlza. lloI1 wlll lm Mf tll0 ltll Kr.ulo , tno n.lt,Hmll nHM)Catlon. The military no-1 ...... , i .....i.., ., ., hi1,iwi,il' at rifle work. Miss Wise, a sister of Dr. Wise of j tlie department of (ionium and Latin, lias registered as a stiMent of tlie college. The next Issue of tlie New Hduca Hon which will ibe mailed January 15, will contain tho pictures of tho new wiiiniiiiH' liiillillnir tlie bovs' dor- mimrv Tiw. oteiorm ,r Hi,. ntrlc-t v i Mgrlcultural school buildings will also lie contained In this Issue Th(, , tcA fm. US(J h)l sllort (,,llrfio Il!1H 110l VWI , w .,,,,,,,,. ,)(t ,)L, in procur hlbt 0wM, ,0 Ul8 f.l(.t Ulu work of rt..ctIIB buildings and selecting poul- ,ry w)1 vmhMy U )mltu,(, fmm itlu c(mrao montoncd. Colw 1u)lotlll board con'a'm an aiiiioiiii(.eiuent which proclalma tlie ' early dlstriliuton of tlie "Red Skin," the college annual. Tlie unset tletl wiatlier lias prevent ed drill for senile time. Ilow;evor, tho elassen in military sclenco continue their work qulto successfully. ' Some excellent woodwork Is being ilium iliv tiw frpMtimrm i1fiust. Kitiiin tt tho ,M nr mv ,,, L.al)Imt work u mMAf , ,.,,,,,.,. Hos Bavt, a V(.,.y ,Iltel, ' ecluru () M Uw ,,. i,llml)Il)(, KrJ . ow Tho ,octHro , . , . 1n. !.,, ,,,,,... ,,SI. ,a nilln,Hr of Al ,,. 1 .,, 1.1- ii.r.in-i "s the 1e.1l thlnj, in his Icctuies. .... .... I 1 il 1 . W C. A., delegates returned fmm Rochester and . . Interestinir nccomiL nf 1 , , . . . V tholr trip and tho convention. A spe ilal meeting will be held Sunday In entertainment or a higher grade dra order that all may secure tlie bene- matlcally, and If tho theater-goer lit of the report. doesn't patronlzo liberally, then It Tlie llrst basket ball 'game of the ' will be because the public's tasto year will be play.id In tho home gym-' has changed mightily In the last few nasitint against Kimoin!, Friday even- days." j lug A splendid game is expected. , Tlie original production Is booked Dr. Rowers of the department r , here, and tlie management is gunran pedagogy wlll go to I'and Creek .Inn- teed that tlie theater patrons of nary il', to address the Teachers' In- ' tlie Roblson will see this play In stltute of (li-ant county which Is to be Just tlie samo manner as produced at held at that place. Dr. Rowers will lecture on tlie subjects, "Rotter Kdu cation tlie Rest Social Investment" and "School Inipioveinent." A Missouri Visitor. Kliucr W. Van Slyke of Kansas City. Mo., Is spending a few days In Ardmore, the guest of ills cousin, Mrs. C. II. Kvorctt, and Uncle I). H. Kdwards, 109 A street, nortliwost. Mr. Van Slyke Is senior member of the firm of Van Slyke & Wood ruff, architects, and while en route here, stopped In Oklahoma City for a few hours, and secured tho con tract for $12.-1,(100 church to bo erect ed there. Mr. Van Slyke Is very fa ' vinnlili- iimn-osseil win. nkh.lioinn. ..-...". ,-. anil Is thinking very surlously locating at Oklahoma City. Report of Gold Discovery. Ahln, Okla., Jan. Hi. Much excite meiit prevails here over rumor of ills. covery of gold in a well at Hoscdalc, , ,lr,y mllos west of this city.' .1. I.! MlUats, an old miner, while cleaning out a well for Mrs. Albert Mitchell, drove his plok into a gold-bearing l gravel lied which netted, upon analysis by tlie state chemist of Oklahoma, llr..7l per ton. Resides this amount ! 10 of Kiiver ..r. ..ml Jinsn nf cm-. 1.1.10 of sllvei ore ami $10.80 of co- per were found lu the ton. Tho veil 1 n question was an old one, which hml lnm, Ux nmi fmca ,m 1 YOUNG WAX, ago 2S, wishes homo twlth or without board, lu private family, Catholic preforr d, west end. Address f. L., care Ardmore - i''1 FOU SALE A nlco piano, choap. 'A niv Atrn a 11 Cook lofii v Wnih Plj .Airs. A. II. Look, 100.1 .N. wash Ington. or phone 12C blue. 17 Wo ar.' puparc.l to do ill kin is of mill work No iob too small or too 1(rR( for us to ,mr vni ntten- tOI1 , tIIUo a specialty of STORE FRONT AND FIXTURES, COUNTERS, TABLES, CASES, MISSION FURNITURE, STAIR CASES, DOORS, WINDOWS, FRAMES, SCREENS. Our fael Ities enable us to make tlieso koois at one half what they cost when made by hand and our work Is better finished and made bet- ter. Our stock Is mirohased In largo (((H W(i h!(Vu Kt, l)l0 flrtlll.r idvantniie of access to the Smith- fralfv; PLANINR MILL I , ......... ' Hmnt wiZar H. T. HUNT, Manager. The House of , Th.,...d Cand,e. Tne H"s: ' a Thousand Candles. In speaking of "The House of a Thousand Candles," tlie attraction at tlie llohlson opera house on Wed nesday, January l'.Kli, tho Chicago Tribune" says: "If you like mys tery you will derive pleasure from seeing "The House of a Thousand Candles ut the Onrrlck, where It opened last night and kept a largo audience unusually well entertained. It Is Just a story--not a stage trail- stilpt from life, but the story Is a .......... cleverly devised aim inieresung ono , i. ....... ............. rM..... .1... rtu... ami holds attention from the first curtain to tlie last. It is a good ' the Hackett.and Daly's theaters In INew York anil the CSarrick theater in Chicago. Seats now on sale at Post's drug store. "The Red Mill" Coming. Manager Kohlsou has secured "The Red Mill," for Friday. January 2S. This Is ono of tho largest musical companies playing through this sec tion, numbering 7.ri people, witli big bounty chorus. Tho two leading comedians with "The Red Mill" are Ilcrt O. Swor and Franker Woods, They nro two of the cleverest dancers, ns well as singers, comedians and acrobats ' ... j II. l..ei.Ull 01 'Manager Hohlson Is to ho congrnt j ulated upon securing "The 'Red Mill" , for a date bore ut Ardmore, ns tho company Is only playing tlie larger cities, and It is to be hoped that the theater-goers will show their ' lUrooIrvtio of his efforts and fill date of tho Red Mill's appearance. Making Life Safer. Kverywhero life Is being innde more snfo through tho work of Dr. King's Vow iAto i'"1 Constipation, bill- ous,le!if,i HPepsla. Indigestion, Liver troil(lgi Kidney Diseases and Dowel Disorders. They're easy, but sure. and perfectly build up tho health, 2fic at Ardmore Pharnfiicy. UanderlnG t l,l,Z i jU9t ns surely ns rain and sunshine raises crops. It produces a thick Kfowth of luxurlnnt lmlr when all , other remodlos fall, wo Riiarnnte Danderlne. All drucclsta sell lt-2Bo. 1 60c nnd $1 por bottlo. To provo Iti worth sond this nd with 10c In stnmpi or sllvor anil 'vo will mnll you a large frpo (j KNOWJION DAN- mjrink CO., OhlcaRo. III. L M ' $1.00 Per Week Buys a n Edison Phonograph at Luke's Music Store Established 1895 Your Watch Needs Repairing If yo- 'liul thnt It doos not keop time wi our, regulator. Thoro nro two i of unrryliig1 tho correct time. First buy n good watch and then Have Us Keep It In Repair Tho very best watchoanocil attention occnsionnlly. They must bo oiled and clenncil nt least every year, If you would get tho best results. Tarver & Dorrah WHAT SHALL I DO witli that spot? Don't worry. When you sond it to Kkkv U Nbat Clur tho spot is not. Don't Worry, Either because of lack of funds to buy a now suit. That last season's suit will look like a new one after beinf? cleaned by us. KEEP U NEAT CLUB K, K. SON. Prop. I TOLD YOU Thnt your kindness nnd pat ronago would bo rewarded', so nil you havo to do ia to call on 1110 far what you need in tho way of Rrocorioi nnd feci! and I will well repay you for your money and trouble. City and country pooplo all buy alike. Rottom price for spot cash. No bad debts to add 011 your purchase. Como cno and all. Virgil B. Giddens NOTICE I hnve opened a store at 12.r S. Wasliington St., 2 doors south of City Hall. Wid buy, sell and rent second hand goods 1 will pay you tho top prices for your goods, and will rent and sell you goods as cheap as can bo done. Phono IS5S, T. L. HOLLAND Ardmorelto Want aqs are the ben.