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Aidmere, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1904.
TME DAILY A'lDMORLITU.
(Iljc JUulu gUDinorcUc.
" SIDNCY SUGGS, Proprietor.
THE PROHIDITION CLAUSE.
' TELEPHONE NEWS.
It rnn be put down o a certainty 1
thiit rotiKroM will In w way iojrti
Chonte, who has been
ntwed at the Ntottc at Anjmwe qurtlon in .mtttln OR .
M 80SW 2 1893 mf-oma to .statehood ..n-o-n there l-o Mr It. W
- - " H-ie 1 ,;,,tle" wltn ln1'nn blnd'ur the , Mck for several days, Is roportcd no
SublCrlptlOn Hate . ,-i,.i umtn. f nrnhlhlt Ihn tnlii nf lirltnr liwtnf
One week f" """ i- -- y
One month w lnjMor to the Indian, in that a.j
Ono year W(J ' prohibitory lawn would apply to
(Payable In Advance). , th m,nn rMorvnonB nloni,. ,;,.
I'uWlfthed oery altrnoou lextapt ,.,,, wm not nnj. way 0ntr into
t'irday and siin'iny -nomm
tt.e liquor controversy now aK.tauns
tiie rountry. CotiKross will eRtalilmn
no now jjr.'iwlcnts which would tall
uton It from ovory section n'pals
ii r the national govnrnmcnt to aHtle
tMs (Uctlon of long standing. As
I ir at Oklahoma In c-oncerned mono
!'ple wlio believe In prohibition do
m 1 dunlre to obtain It by montH ol a
'( hum- in the enabling act. Tie pro-
Up In Iowa a white miner was Kill-1 InbltlonlaU of Oklahoma will am uhK
iV by a nopro. and the nnro will he f r a clauso In the enabllnK act pio
lyiichod If cauht. linKltttd tnakw btbltlriR th sale of Intoxlcat tj but
no difference. ""V probably auk coiiRress i k' '0
tno people n chance to vote 011 .tie
y U mid that Iort Art'nur has beOn n,(Uon a, ,hc uw tlmo as the cot
a Broveyard for S2.0(-0 Jap nnd Hub- gulkm , utW(j on, TnU nt lt
stuns lnce the sl.e tlrat besnn, and tj Ue uy ,h(J luBlln(i; prohlbiitonlbt
talk at this lime. The leaders ?ay
t.it they do not want prohibition
unless n majority of the people de
clare for It. a under no othor clrctrn
stances could such n law be entorcea.
While the prohlbttlonlMf; or Oklaho
ma do not at thin stae ask tor a pro
hibitory clause in the enabling act,
the discussion of this question ns tar
a it touches the Indian nations, is
Ardmere, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1904.
Will Senator (Vckroll accept".' As
mn he knows wTiat it Is.
the ond ts not yet.
Oovornor-elect HlKRins of Now VorK
jsvont JSI.MMi n making hU cnmpalBU.
nwirdinK to his sworn statement ot
oxponses. Another inducement ot
tie lute Republican landslldo uncov
Thoro Is mucA In the latost fad:
RuccoMtlon. You can blacKon any
cneV character by merely miBKlnR likely to become u very llvo question
uomothlnK Iwd about him. Tho claim before coiiKretw and there lurks In
that vine can cure corns by Surros- that question danger for the prosont
tlon Is ridiculous. Btalehood bill. Tho time lor dlscut-
sior. Id limited nnd should tt hard
fight be sprung on this subject, the
bill cannot bo brought to a vole In
the time which remains. Those who
sincerely want statehood should work
to see that no new question are
p:ung In the disculnn ot t tie bin.
Tho South now looks good In her
splendid iwlltlcnl Isolation, mid, If
ffcc Is wUo she can herentter consti
tute the balance of powor In the sv
lairs or this nation. Independence
Itlltlcnlly ts tno strong card ot the
South at this time, and her votes can
be placed from now on whore thoy
vlll do the most good II oiir leaders
nio wise enough to grasp the opportunity.
V. C. SnodgraBB, who has the gen
eral agency for the Twin Territories
for tho "Underwood" typewriter, Is I.ii'c- Insurance company
Kdsar Chonte and wife and Mrs.
Fannie Sacra of Ardmore arc hero at
tending the bedside of Mrs. Choate.
Miss Georgle Lee man nnd brothtr.
Clde, enrae down Sunday from Aril
nore tv visit "here. They returned
Mrs. 0. I King, who haa been at
a Dallas sanitarium for Rome time,
returned homo Sunday night.
W. I.. Green cnm In last night with
r.ic cattle from the Arbuckle moun
llns and will winter them here.
The Farmers' Union mot hero las'
Mrs. W. O. Clay lelt this morn
ing to visit tho World's Fnlr.
J. X. Cummtngg also left today tor
About U60 halos or cotton have been
ginned hero to date.
Mr. Hughe, representing Sanger
Ilros.. and Mr. Hostlck. representee
AS Kuhn & Co. or Oalla. arc bore.
Hob Hall's daughter, whir hns b'.eu
vrry low with typhoid rover. Is "on
Ilev. 11. C. linker's children, who
love been 111 with typhoid rover, are
J. H. Wooldrldeo's boys are im
r roved from an attack of rover.
W. K. Mcl.omore, who has been In
vinr town soveral days, loft yesterday
H. (5. Nl.v, who ha been very low
with fever, Is reported better today.
Zeb Folder Is down with rovor.
T. J. Lowe Is here from Guthrie
representing the New York .Mutual
R. W. Dick Xajor
John Li. Gait Police Judge
D E. Booker Chief of Police
J. H. Mathers City Attorney
0. H. Bruce City Clerii
Frsnk Dutt Treasurer
W. IL Roberta Ass'r and Collector
Dob McGoe CHr Scavonget
J. W. Moffett City Physician
L Insurance of
BONDS Of All KINDS
Over Flmt Kntlnofil
Hint, Pbone w
'.1st of Aldermen.
First Ward J. 3. McCharen. Rube
SeconJ ward J. 3. Mdllna J. IL
Third Ward n. W. Raodol, J W. 1
Fourth WarJ W. F. WblfUngton, I
W. A. Ollllam. 1
Flnnnw Fonntn nrvn t'Vi .11 1 n pfnn '
Street and alley Fralcy, Randol.
Hardy and Whlttlngton.
Police Randoi, Ollllam anJ Mullen.
Flro Gilliam, Pennington and
Waterworks Whlttlngton, Fraley
Ordinance Mullen, McCharen and
Cemetery Randol, Gilliam and Mc
Charen Sanitary McCharen, Fraley, Mul
len. Improvement Hardy, Whlttln(,ton,
Itandol and Fraley.
Coard of Health.
Dr. J. W. Moffett, city physician;
Drs. S. S. Carr, J. W. Smith. Walter
Hardy, Mayor R, W. Dtck.
We have just received fifty N".v Stylos of Woolens in
Glen's Suitings ami Trouserings that wo cnu soil at
an extremely low price. We invito you to cull and in
spect same. We make Ladies' Coats, and Skirts and
Overcoats in any stylo
Ardmore Tailoring Company
f Itt-mcmber our cleaning, repairing and prrxnltiL' department,
wo call for and deliver joar work. 1'lionn 43S,
Wondllng Monday night on Stiue
wall Jackson. You can't afforO to
S ANTED 5U0 young ladles to bring
their fellows with them to Kahn a
to buy one of those handsome hol
iday boxes or baskets. They are
froeh and the finest ever brougnt to
the city. JU-4
WANTED .Men to learn tho barber
trade. Our Cree cntalougo explains
how we teach it quickly by stoady
practice and Instructions. Gradua
tes earn $15. weekly. Write nearest
Uranch. Aloler Harber College, SL
iMWle, Mo., or Ft. Worth. Texas.
In the city. .Mr. SnodgntRs Is very
.1, .tu. t i... ...... i i .
Claim Agent Uddoll of the Santa ""v" ' "e..uq.m..er
Fo was In tho city yesterday In route 'umore. urn is unau.e to secure a
to Oklahoma City. Mr. Llddell was He will remain another day
in this city last Wedn.-i.lay morning or so but flars h wl" bo "mK"A ,0
-u-l.en fl.n nn(lV Po nU11..n,..,r .rnln ,0 Oklahoma City.
was wrecked. He said yesterday thnt
r.iviimu iiniu, wnu ms ncaniod in imported German plated wnter
tho wreck, In In tho hospltnl at Tern- pitchers.
pie nnd was getting along nicely. I 3PRAGIN3 & CO.
Airs. IL H. Kobberson Is roported
The Carnival company reached here
:t-sterday afternoon about G o'clock
Irom Ardmore. The shows will like
ly begin this afteriio"'..
R. F. Heck went to Ardmore to-da.
Fish, oysters nnd celery at Cold
Storage. R. CROTZER.
I uan .innn, an employe oi iiau a:
t mills' rurnlture store, was severely
burned late yeatcrdny nfternoon upon
tl'o hand by the Ignition or a rag
saturated with turpentine which ho
hau In his haiid. Medical assistance
was quickly procured and tho burns
WANTED Teacher for the Springer
fchoo!. None need apply only on
good certificates and best ot refer
ences. Robt. F. Sclvally, J. AI. Ar
nold, H. F. Stovall, directors. 17-tr
A N T E D (Jh Ick as a w warrants. Amer
ican National Rank. Tishomingo. I.
WANTED Position by llrstclasa
stenographer with food rerer
ences. Salary $12 per week. Ad
dress IJHy K. Horgstrosser, Oklaho
mu City, Ok.
roil RENT 100 acrua of broken
l&nd. No house i.or pasture. A
D. Chase. L'3-tt
FOR RENT A twelVo-rovm hotel.
A. D. Chase. 10
FOR TRADE Harness and buggy for
heater on stovo wood. Apply nt
Ardmorelte olflce. A bargain. 12 tt
FOR SALE My two houses and lots
on Caddo street. You now have a
chance to buy tho cheapest property
in Ardmore. Al. A. RICE.
, FOt'ND A child's set ring. Owner
I can have .same by calling nt 11 St.
I and 11th Ave, N. W., and paying
for advertising. 23-3
FOR RENT A nice suite or office
rooms over Randols store. R. W.
Edgar Choatc returned last night j
fiom .Marietta whero ho was called ,
yesterday by a message stating that
has mother -was dangerously 111. Air. '
Choato said his mother was some-,
what better when he left and that
tuc-y havo hopes of her recovery.
FOR RENT One-half block with two
houses In south Ardmore. Plenty
of flno water. Fino location for
market garden. Sidney Suggs. S-tf
Land for Sale.
My unfiled surplus allotment will
be sott to tho highest bidder on De
cember 15, 1901. Send all bids to John
Stevenson, postofTico box 255, Paula
Valley, 1. T. 21-2K
Fresh oysters and celery dally at E.
H. Pugh's. 23-lm
FOR RENT A four-room house, cow
shed, large lot, plenty of good water,
and In desirable neighborhood. O.
M. Rcdfield. S-tf
Hoys, this Is Thanksgiving week.
Don't forget your girl. Remember her
with one of those fine holiday baskets
..t Kahn's 2U-4t
BEAUTIFUL .. NEW .. GOODS
They are the Talk of the Town! 5
Everyone liKes something new. There is a fascination about newness that cannot be explained a new dress, new hat, new shoes, new suit,
all appeal to our sensibilities. This is perfectly natural and as it should be; it 's a part of our human nature. So when we announced to
the public the fact that we had made a second trip to marKet there was a reay response upon the part of the people to see the new goods.
That they were not disappointed is evidenced by the CONTINUED RUSH OF BU5 INESS being enjoyed by our house. Not only in one depart
ment, but all over our house, the bargains we are giving are attracting large crcwds. ONE CUSTOMER BRINGS ANOTHER and this convinces
us that OUR GOODS AND PRICES ARE RIGHT. To those who have not already sesn we wisq to call attention to the elegant line of DRESS
GOODS and BEAUTIFUL NEW SHIRT WAISTS which we bought on our recent trip at CLEAN UP PRICES
lM-olty 10c riunni'U'ltb--the 10i- nj Beautiful plaids in double fold, t j- M inch wool plaids, nice styles, a r r Beautiful .'!0 inch fancy mohair, r n
Kt-nde, we ure selling at O3 bright colors, only IOC 10c value utonly. ZDC looks like silk, only I ' OUC
Beautiful Crepo Fleece in Per- ilr Puro wool Tricol Flannel in all col- 9 r -12 inch imported Jaquard, a new White Oxford waist sold e v. ry Tf CA
sian effect, at only I L 2 t ors, worlh 85c ror OC -oods, worth $1.00, only I DC where for two dollar, at j 1 .DU
Flowed Suitinx-n l.r.c value, wo j r 3U inch Kibelinn a brand new line of New broadcloth in all the new shades, a Pretty wool Batiste waists, trimmed with
bought it cheap, only I UL shades, wo are the price makers on r rv jrood $1.50 value, our q 4 rt Medallion, a gooa i 5o grade for e i H C
Double fold Crepe Jaquard suit iiifr, 4 tbtiw goods, only JUL priCL $ 1 ,) only . J)
very pretty styles, only I OC 8G ioh Knickerbocker Suiting, very Have you seen our new black jroods? If VT , , T, , , . , ,,
ox.,,,,, ...,..u .itiK- ,,,.,,,. . 1 snr f.?"""'?"" MSIo" "S.Ti ba
for winter waist8, in white, pink, lilft ac values, our price JUL - inch guaranteed black taffeta r them. only. J)2.5U
blue navy, very neat and tZ SO inch broadcloth in black- and rf silk you pay elsewhere, $1 ours I DC ' " v
servicable, at I DC colors, at only DUC U7 inch black Peau do Soie silk C g.aut"l ?lnck 'J?iI,t J1"'1 PonV ?
, , , ' , , . 7Sr S010 bilk Waists, worth S U0 but we pick.
JO inch wool brocades all shades. c 50 inch Mohair, navy blue and rn one dollar value, only 1 Uv ed them up at a bargain and will fa
'J5c value, at only I DC brown at DUC Shirt waists, a brand now stock, "Nialo" sell thorn at oJ.DU
r r 1 ! guaranteed to tit.
fancy Uxlord waisUnjrs, you pay j r Pretty fravenettes, showerproof. Cfi Nice wool waists, all colors, and q f r f Many mora good things for you.
everywhere L'5 our price 1 M inches wide, only DUC sizes, worth two dollars, at $ 1 .D See the pretty SUK Shawls.
One Price .fe SfSoS Ardmore's
spot cash Cfji Cr Fastest Growin