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."Ardmore, Friday, February 2, 100G.
THE DAILY ATtDMOREITE.
The most complete line in
20 and 25 year cases, and all
from 7 to 21 jewels
jeweler i WALTER
Fine WMch Repairing a'Speclalty
is in full b'ast! You'll liud
hero all the joocl drinks at
othor fountains besides all
the new drinks. Wo ero
just as we get it fresh. A
big shibmentof fresh ean
dies every week.
J. H. KAHN
Best Hack Lino in the city.
ONLY FIBST CLASS TAD CATKD TO.
T. E. Choate. Prop.
For Carriage or Baggage
ARDMORE TRANSFER CO.
Kills Electrical Work that you want seo
A. A. HOLGOMB
The Electrical Oontractor. office BI W Main
All work ituaranterd. Office phone 515. res. 14
DROWN . BRIDGMAN.
Open Day and Night.
The high character or our prescrip
tion service insures you purity of in
gredients, accuracy in compounding
and reasonable prices it you bring
your prescriptions to us.
28 F. J. ItAMSKY, Druggist.
QUEEN OF THE PANTRY.
You'll find this fine flour at J.
Coupon books at this office, 5, $10
and $20 sizes.
The- Ardmorolt tor all the nowfl.
Anyone tending a sketch and description nisi
nnlcklf atcorlaln our opinion free whether hi
iniMitlnn It probably pnteninMe. rtnnmnlr.i
i"nm?lrtlr"iBdontfal. IIAllOBOOK on Patents
ont free. Oldest aiiency for securing patents,
patents iftsen iiirouirii vv. ikk.,
ifttialnaticr, without, chorgo, In tho
A hsndsomclr Illustrated weeslr. Laraett clr
rulatloii iif miT si-lemldo lourna . 'I erins. 1.1 r
rear! four months, fl. Sold byull newsdealer
MUNN & no.30,BrMd-'- New Yurt'
lirar.cn offlco. ffii V St. Ws.hln.iom, 1. t
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CARTER & CANNON, agents
pci-ituamNTwa thk roLLOwwa silmuls ooMrKUs
Commercial Union Assurance Company ot London, Knclsnd
Pnatlne Insuranoe Company of Loadon, England
Queen Insurance Company of Now York
NlaeraKlroof New York
Pbounlx Insnranco Company of riartford.Conn,
Orlont Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn
Fireman's Fund of Hnu Francisco
Norwich Union Insuranco Society of Norwich, Enicland
tlorman Alliance Insurance Company ot New York
Ocean Accident unit Ouarantee Corporation
Prudential Life Insurance Company
New Jeraey Plate Olass Company
Phenlx of Brooklyn. Philadelphia Underwriters of Philadelphia, Bprlnftleld
ot Massachusetts, Liverpool. London & Olobe of Liverpool
OfflOB IN OARTmK'BOOKUn OLOO, OVBH
T. N. COLEMAN '
The City Druggist
the city. Solid (old
grades of movements
C. DEAN 1 "ic.an
4 doors West City Nat'l BanK
MRS. H. C. V I l.L
Trained I urse.
109 North Caddo street..
Anlmore, I. T.
Dally Ardmorelte CO eta. per month-
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK
Chicken and KBk'x
PLAIN VIEW FARM
Foil J. Klnir, Prop. Tolephono371
IP YOU U
the' will do you
good We. put
them up as the
and intends they
should be put upi
We are superior
of any physician's
Free delivery any
where in the city
until 10 o'clock ev
We arc Druggists, not Doc
tors. We never prescribe.
f - O.
109 West Main
C. D. Wortham Is back Xrom Wasn
IX "W. Watson of Tishomingo Is
C. Hnrrty of Tishomingo Is In the
Isaac Roberts of Orr Is In tho city
it. K. Cles of Hod Oak, Iowa is In
George Dnshner hns returneil from
II. II. Drown lmi returned from a
trip east of horo.
11. S. Johnson of Dunuit was In the
W. S. Irvln of Muskogee l In Ard
more on business,
B. M. Moore of Pauls Valley wan In
tho city this morning.
C. II. lluyloss ot Chlchnsha was In
tho elty yesterday en route to Mus
kogee. Mrs. Morris Suss was called to Iloff
yisterdny by tho serious lllnoss of her
II. L Harkey of Ilusscllvillo, Ark.,
Is here visiting J. E. Hamlllon and
Judge R. K. Campholl, a prominent
Itlzen of South MeAloster was In tho
('. 12. Mertlus, formerly with the
Dorsey Printing company of Dallas,
has arrived In Ardmore and accepted
a position with tho Ardmorclte.
Mrs. 0. W. Chancellor of Ardmore
has been the guest of relatives In the
city this week. Mrs. M. A.
Mutt was the guest of relatives and
friends in Ardmore this week.
U V. Mullen and wife of Ardmoro
visited friends In tho clly this week.
Sale for seats for "The Pixies" Is
now on at the Hed Cross Drug store.
Mrs. Bowman Dead.
News wns received In Ardmore to
day to the effect that Mrs. Bowman,
a sister of Mrs. Morris Sass of this
c-ltv, died nt Iloff this morning at 4
o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Sass were called
there yesterday. The p.vtlcuHrs
could not be learned. Mrs. Mowman
was a daughter of Mr.
McCluskey of Davis.
and Mrs. Jerry
The condition of Mis. 11. M. Prater
who has been sl for some time ro
mains unchanged. She Is seriously 111.
"A Good Show."
Manager Moblson has secured "A
Trip (o Kgypt," C. Herbert Kern's
latest .musical comedy success, for
Friday night. There Is no doubt that
many will bo In attendance to witness
this performance, for Mr. Kern's
piece, "The neau'y Doctor," last sea
son gave us such excellent satisfac
tion that wo all want to see his wor
thy successor. "A Trln to Egypt" J
said to surpass "The Beauty Doctor"
In matter "of production and is much
more elaborate in every detail.
Magnificent costumes are displayed
during the action of tho play. Scenery
necessary lo present tho piece Is car
iled by tho coninanv and a number of
new and novel electrical effects have
been provided. 1-2
Tho Catholic ladles -will hold a Sat
unlay lilarkot at J. A. Sklpworth's
store on West Main street. 1-2
I.eo Cathey has been awarded tho
contract for tho extension of tho Cnth
cy livery stable. Mr. Cathey state?
that sixty more feet will bo added.
There nro a number of applicants In
tho city for the position of assistant
district attorney. A delegation camo
over yesterday from Tishomingo and
will wait on United States District
Attorney Walker this afternoon to
urgo the appointment of Commission
er Gullett for tho plnce. Kx-'Commls-slonor
C. Hardy Is also art applicant
and he will also seo Judge Walkor.
It Is understood thnt Col. Humphrey
can secure tho plnco Is he desires it,
but this Is mere political rumor.
Dr. J. V. Young will depart tonirr
low for Kiowa where ho will remain
Wortham Not Discouraged.
Chas. D, Wbrlham has return ?d
from Washington. Mr. Wortham r
malncd In tho capital for sovuril
wcoks. Ho was seeking tho appoint
ment of United' States marshal. Un
did not land the placo hut ho has .10
soro spots. Ho lost no friends In his
efforts, but 011 the contrary mad')
many new ones who will bo wp'lh
a great deal to him In his futun as
pirations provided wo remain a tv
rllory and tho Hopuhlleans always Vth
out tho plo. Mr. Wortham Is of tho
opinion that Prosldent Iloosovelt hal
promised tho Southorn district imir-sltalshlp-to
Mr. Porter of Muskogco
during his visit to tho South hist
spring; aiid that no othor applicant, no
matter how strong his endorsomonts,
had a shoty to win tho placo.
Mr Wortham dooa not believe Mia
statehood bill will becomo a law this
The Tishomingo International Tele
phone Company In Charge,
Tho- Tishomingo International Tel
ephone Company have started a force
of men at work building new circuits
between Madlll and Ardmore, to re
place the oh! grounded linos now In
ugo. This will mean n vnstly Improved
service between Ardmoro and all
points east of that city.
City Foreman Davo Moss has a Rang
of men at work out of Mllburn, re
building the line between Tishomingo
and nurant. This lino will bo discon
tinued between Tishomingo and Kinct,
and will be taken Into the Mllburn
olllce,'Wllhln sixty days a new switch
board will be Installed In this city,
and a, jtenoinl overhauling of all the
Unas and Instruments now in use will
It it the desire of Ihe mnungi r at
TlahomliiKo that ill subscribers ha
lug complaints to enter do so at once,
by postal card or letter. In onK r that
tho weakest ixilnt may be repaired
Tho telephone company Is planning
a xuneral rebuilding of all Its exchan
ges and circuits to toll stations, and
expect before the coming summer to
be able to give Its patrons the very
best service possible.
With the Installation of the new ap
paratus the company will endeavor to
establish an I maintain a three-second
switching sorvlce, erinl to that In
force In the large cummnn-bnttory rx
changes. The present fou.-o of employes la
the three offices of the Tishomingo
Troasuier JudMi Nick Wolfe.
Manager F. II. Ellsworth.
Wire chief Geo. Wiley, Madlll.
Assistant manager. Miss Mlnntu
Chief opcrato,' :uid cashier Miss
llerta Cox, Tishomingo.
Toll line foreman Dave Moss, Mil-
Repairmen Perry Iloyd, Tishomin
go; J. I). Whent, Tishomingo; Ieslle
Wiley. Madlll; Hob Maxwell, Manns
vllle. Stenokrauher Miss Allle I'ov. Tl;t-
Operator!- At ""dill: Minnie Hnr
dy, chief; Annul 'Wt-"-. Lucy Molt,
Fay Hopson. At Tishomingo; Mertn
Cox., chief operator; Allle Cox, Hon
lnh iiotts. At Mllburn: Ethel Mlount.
A more effective night service will
be lustjtuted within the next thirty
days and calls will .11 ered at
any time1 'during t' n 'in ' boat de
"The Pixies' postponed
day and Monday nights.
The directors of the Ardmore Klks'
Association will meet Monday morn
ing nt 10 o'ciock at the law office of
Dolman & Johnson. Thore Is impor
tant business lo transact and Presi
dent Jpljnson desires a full atten
dance. ' '
Marslon's foundation and piers irc
best, prettiest and chenpest materia.'.
Phono 325. 29-1 m
Attend tho regular monthly meet
ing of the Commercial club tonight.
The "A Trip to Kgypt" company nr
rived on tho southbound train today.
The company will play a return date
at tho opera house tonight. Now fea
tures have been added since tho com
pany played hero.
At tho. meeting of tho Ardmore
Commercial club tonight Presldeet
Crtico will appoint tho standing com
mittees for tho .ensuing year. Every
citizen of this city should attend tho
meeting nt tho city hall. Thcro aie
sovoral proposition:, that will como up
for discussion. A full attendnnco is
Among the visitors to the city Is
doff Phillips of tho "A Trip to
Egypt" Co., Ho statos that Ardmoro Is
one of tho best towns In Indian Terri
tory and that tho town haB a groat
future. Mr. Phillips Is ono of the best
character Comedians on tho stngo and
deservos'nll of tho fiattorln prossmo
tlcos that ho has'becn receiving.
Another Candidate Back Home.
Among tho disappointed candidates
(hat have roturnod to tho city Is Chas.
I). Wortham, who also mado tho race
for the marshalshlp of tho Southorn
district. Mr. Wortham had tho Kansas
delegation behind him in his fight,
nml plenty ot litlluoncc to hack him
up. nut tho president appointed Por
ter and thorohy hnngs n tale to toll.
Judge Robnett Returns.
United States Commissioner Hob
nett after an absence of sovoral
week In Washington, whoro ho has
been in tho Interest of his candidacy
for United States marshal returned
homo last night. Of course tho Judge
mado a strong offort to got tho posi
tion and if hard work counted ho
would havo secured the place Ho will
resumo his duties as commissioner
nnd with n hotter knowl.edgo of poli
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p. in. Ilnvn written SKliu'tlons In our hands nt 1 p. nt. For past Performance fit hiir
ss consult our form hooks Hero Is a t-hnnco for anylioily In win.
11ETH PI.ACKI) BOURGEOIS BROS. AJH DKPOHM.BI.
Woll Kipilppeil llllllnril nncl Pool Hull In Connection
II. V. Hinckley, who was In tho city
from Sulphur yesterdny, states that
great crowds are expected there th's
summer au-l that preparations ar-
now being made to handlo thorn. Ho
says that many new hotels and board
ing houses will be erected. Tho tovn,
he states, Is gdowlng fast and tlirt
many new comers nro ari'vlng. "It Is
understood," ho said, "that tho go
eminent will commence tho work at
beautifying tho Springs at an early
Mrs. U. T. Hexroat Is Improved from
her recent lllnoss.
Uncle John S. .Martin Is up again
from a serious attack of Illness .
Hy E. VS. Qulllot & Co., members ot
New Orleans Cotton Exchange.)
Ardmore, Fb. 2. Tho following
r thrj quotations for today:
Pel) Mar 5 SS 5 82
Mar Apr.... ...... . 5 Nl 5 17
Apr May . .A 95 5 M
May Jun.,..................-.5 W 5 S3
J ii do July 0 00 M
8pota and Bala.
Sputa... ft VJ
Hales .. iwoo
Nsw York Futures.
Open. High. Low. Close.
Mar. . 10 S 11 04 10 BS 10 t
May .. .ll 15 It 10 W 1111
July... 11 ZS 1131 II in ii VO
Spots and Sals.
Spots. . ... u t
Nsw Orleans Future.
Open. High. Low,
...11 is 11 is 10 ss
II 26 11 II 11 12
.. 11 HI II 40 11 21
Hpots and Sales.
July . .
Lvft over 3100
Ilectlpts year aco
Ilouh'h 510 to M0
Ardmore Prices Today.
Cotton 7 to 10c. Seed cotton 2 to
Today's receipts. 76 bales.
Season's receipts up to labt night
Owensby Admitted to Bond.
Stop Owensby, who Is chnrged with
i-'abblng Abe Carmnn last Christmas
night and who has been Incarcerated
In tho county jail stneo that tlmo was
liberated this morning by the author!
ties after havlnn furnished a bond for
$G00. Carmen lias been out somo tlmo
and sooms to havo fully recovered
from tho Injury. Onlijosvllle Mosson-
Fort Towson's New Bank.
Tho First National Hank of Fort
Towson has boon organized with $25.
000 capital and will begin huslnoss
Feb. 1. Omeers! V. W, .Vllson, pres
Ident; S. J. Wright, first vlco piesi
dent: Tt I- Carter, second vice pre
Ident, nnd W 13. Jl, Leonard, cashier
Shoe Man Jf
The Chlcasaw Lenlslature.
The Chickasaw legislature this
week begins 11 special session nt Tish
omingo, and according to members
who wore In tho city yesterday, the
body will bo In session until tho final
dissolution of tho tribal government
Mnrch -ith. It Is stated that there nro
a number of Important propositions
lo settle before tho extinguishment of
the tribal body and full provision must
he inado for all matters of Interest to
It Is learned that tho Choctaw and
Chlcknsaw nations have prcsonted si
memorial to congress praying thnt
body to oiinet n law permitting tho en-
oilmen! of all children born since
March -I. 1905, up to and Including the
same date lu the year IDOfi, and that"
the children Ho enrolled be glvii62
acres of average allottablo lanir-rid
Miaro equally with all tho present
members of the two nations In the
distribution of all funds now on hand
and In tho funds which shnll bo col
lected In case the government decides
to sell the segrngated coal and asphalt
lands belonging to the two nations.
The petition also recites that vlgoroim
uRurtH are being, made to tax tho rail
road property In tho two nations and
the aid of congress Is asked for that
purpose by means of nn enabling net
It is eBtimnted that tr- railroads
would owe tho government o.-cr $300,-
000 If they were compelled to dlsgorgo
the cash amount that they have crf-
caped by dodging tho law. Tho lobby
of Indlnn Territory mayors, head
ed hy Mayor It. W. Dick of
this city and Mayor Watts of Wagon
er, arc aljo making representations
to tho committee on Indian Affairs bo
as to make the tnx collectable undor
the provisions of tho Curtis bill.
Tarns Dlxby is also for tho raoasuro
of taxing tho railroads and for tho en
rollment of the citizens of tho two na
tions who nro infants, provided tho
rolls bo kopt open long enough to
permit of tho work being done. Mr
Itlxby Is against tho closing ot tho
rolls on tho fourth of June, ns It would
necessitate their re-opcnlng by a spe
cial act of congress and theroby con
fuse nnd lengthen tho work of tho
Editor Is Removed.
Atlanta, On., Feb. 1. Col. John
Tcmplo Graves, who was recently en
joined by n court order from publish
ing anything laudatory of himself In
tho editorial columns of tho Atlanta
News, of which ho was editor In chief.
was tonight removed from that posi
tion by an order signed by Judge
Pendleton on the grounds that
several editorials which have appear
ed In the paper within tho last day
or two were violative of tho court's
Tho order lomovlng Col. Graves as
editor was granted upon petition ot
the general manager, Charles Daniel
Ono of the objectionable editorial
was headed "Tho Joys of Neutrality,"
and dealt with tho court's prohibition
against Col. Graves taking a stand in
favor of any of the candidates for
In nnothor one "A Newspaper's
FuncTlons," tho ohjectlounbl para
graph appears to havo boon this: "Hut
thorp is a clean conscience behind tho
h'tnd that guides tho lines."
Those Mysterious Bonds.
Now York, Fob. 1. Tho Austrian
consulate, caused cablegrams to be
sent today to Plymouth, Houlogne and
Itottordnm to intercept thero two pas
sengers who sailed from Now York
today and who nro supposed to know
something about the mysterious
000 worth of Austrian bonds nnd rail
road seciiriUos found beneath the
falso bottom .ot a trunk which wns
brought fnto this country on a steam
er from Kuropo and seized by United
States government oniclals. Tho trunk
was In tho possession of Isaac Hoteli
er, who, whon .tho bonds were found,
said they btlbngod to nnothor pas
senger, who could not bo found