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Ardmore, Monday, November 5, 1906
THE DAILY mRDMOREITR
REPUBLICANS WILL LOSE CON
TROL OF SIXTIETH CONGRESS.
If Political Prophecies Come True A
General Area of "High Pressure"
Exsts In the Political Atmosphere.
Washington, Nov. 4. With bu. a full
" day InturvunliiR between the Sixtieth
congroBB, there Is decidedly n general
Hrea of "IiIrIi iiresstiro' In the- political
The Republicans' claim, emanating
from tho headquarters of the Repub
lican congressional campaign commit
tee In New York Is this:
Tho Republicans will have a major
ity of fifty-eight In the ne.xt house of
representatives. Analyzed, tho cliilni
from the source Is:
Sure Republican districts, 222.
Sure Democratic districts, 130.
Doubtful, but probably Republican,
Doubtful, but probably Democratic.
The Democratic congressional enm
pnlgu committee, with headquarters In
Washington, has flguied out seventy-
five Democratic gains over Its Inst
representation In the house.
Chairman James M. Griggs of this
committee iniiiiis mis ciaim us re
ported Is too conservative. Mr. Griggs
Is quoted us saying:
"Tho claim of a Demociatlc gain
of ten In Now York state Is wife.
"The claim of one gain each In Mas
nachusetts, North Carolina, Montana,
Idaho and Virginia Is good.
"Tho claim of a gain of six In Penn
sylvania Is too conservative. The same
mn bo said of the claim of a gain of
six In Illinois.
"Wo will gain eight In Missouri.
"Reports are made to us of six In
Chlo. but we will do better than that.
"The computation that puts us down
for only ono In Indiana Is an error.
"New Jersey Is to be counted on
foi n i;aln of three, while gains will bo
made also In Connoctlcutt, Nebraska
Should tho Democratic prediction
of a gain of twenty-seven be realized,
that party would have a majority of
twenty-two In the sixtieth congross.
Twenty-three states elect their gov
?rnora, twenty elect legislators, ten
minor state officers, of Justices of their
fiprc-me courts. Oklahoma will elect
Oi legates to the constitutional con
vo: lion, Arizona and New Mexico will
decide t.he question of Joint statehood.
New York, with Its fight between
Hughes and Hearst for the governor
ship, furnished the spectacular event
of the campaign for tho entire country
Tin- rod fire will not cease burning
ut'tll the dawn of Tuesday, when the
white hent of battle will take Its place.
I't haps the most notable feature of
the campaign has been the extent to
which the personality of President
Roosevelt has been brought forward.
"Support the president" was tho bat-tit-cry
of the Republicans In oven
o'lipicsslonal district. "We can sup
port him better than you," was the
defiant answer of tho leaders.
President Roosevelt has made It
known to the country that ho wants
Republican congress -and has seat
'.wo of his lieutenants to make
Wnshlugton, the one spot delivered
finm political turmoil, has watched
the battle, feeling, but not expressing.
A Youno Mother at 70.
"My mother has suddenly been
mad0 young at 70. Twenty years of In
tense Buffering from dyspepsia had en
tirely dlsaoled her. until six months
ago, when sho began taking Nlcctrlc
Hitters, which have completely cured
her nnd restored tho strength and ac
tivity vhlch she had In tho prlmo or
life." writes Mrs. W. U. Gllpntrlck, of
Danfortti, Me. Greatest restorative
medicine on the globe. Sets stomach,
liver nnd kidneys right, purllles
the blood, ami cures malaria, billions
ness and weaknesses. Wonderful
nerv0 tonic. Prlco GOc. Guaranteed at
city Drug Store,
Cheap Sates to
Daily until Oct ibor 31st, Col
onists' tickits will bu on salu to
California and Mcx'ico points at
exceptionally low rates:
TUB ARDMORE TYPOGRAPHICAL
UNION. No. 010. Meets first Fri
day in each im r.th at fi:tG p. in m
Uulon Hall. J. V. GoMedge. Presi
dent; D. 11. Galii"s. Secretary.
UAIUJItRS JOl'UNHYMKN INTKP.
NATIONAL UNION MectB flrd
end third Monday nights In cacti
month. Jim Wllhlno, president: Kl
mcr Wright, secretary.
CAHPKNTHItS' AND JOINKRS' OF
AMERICA. No. 102S--Mvoti over;
Thursday night, 7:30, at Union
Hall. U. V. vox, president; D. N
..OK ELKCTR1CAL WORKKRS
Met second and fourth Friday
nights of each mouth. K. M. Parker.
president; A. A. Holcoinb, tccr
Cured of Brljjht's Disease.
Mr. Robert O. Unrko. Klnorn, N. Y.,
writes: "Ilefore 1 started to use Fo
ley's Kidney Cure I had to get up
from twelvo to twenty times a night,
nnd I was all bloated up with dropsy
and by eyesight was so Impaired I
could scarcely see ono of my family
across the room. I hud given up hope
of living, when a friend recommended
Foley's Kidney Cure. One HO-cent
bottle worked wonders and before I
had taken tho third bottle tho dropsy
had gone, as well as all other symp
toms of T'.r'iht's disease." Hoffman K.
Co., and City Drug Storo.
Good for everything a salve Is used
for, DoWltfs Witch Hazel Salve. Got
DoWltt's. Sold by Hoffman Dru? Co.
pjr-. 'O nFrniiMci MvxIenClty
""' Lo Aiiki-Ix" (lumlnlajara
Chicago $33 $24
St. Ivouls $30 $24
1 Kansas City $2.1 $24
Omaha $25 $25
Parsons $25 $27
Oklahoma CM $25 $32
Through tourist sleepers from
St. Louis and Kansas City on
Tuesday of each week You step
into tnc cars hre and do not
lea'o them until you roach San
Prat. cisco. Ask your neatest
roil road ayt. lor rates or address
W. ST. (JEORGI3
General Passenger Agent M'. K. & T.
Ry., Walnwrlght Ulds. St. I)uls.
GEO. R. HnCKER,
D. P. A., M. K. & T. Ry.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
BRICKLAYERS', MASON'S' AND
UNION No. 9 Meets otory Satur
day night. J. IX. DIxnn, president;
A. U. Ilron, secretary.
No. 42 leaves C:05a. m.
No. 41 loaves 12:50 p.m.
No. 43 nrrlvos S :05 a.m.
No. 41 arrives 7:35 p. in,
No. SI (local) lonvos 7:00a.m.
No. 10 loavos 2:40 p. tu,
No. 3 nrrlres 1:30 p. n.
No. S3 (local) arrive 0:30 p. ni.
. . 4 : 00 a. m
...4:20 p. m,
..12:35 p. in.
,.11 ;furwi. m
.. S:':!.r, p. in.
RETAIL CLERKS' I. P. UNION, No
C35 Meets ueeond and fourth Moa
day nights In e.'eh month. Ixmls ,
S. ShelkoKlts. president, L. 11. Horn
The best treatment for Indigestion
and tiuteHi ); i-i stn:u:irh .s -o r-u
tho stomach. I tenn be rested by a
good dlgestant. Kodol puts the stom
ech In shape to satisfactorily perform
Its functions. Good for Indigestion,
sour hlomach, flatulence, pnlpatatiou
of the heart and dnpepsla. Kodol Is
made In strict conformity with the
National Pure Food and Drug Law.
Sold bv Hoffman Drug Co.
Tho Latest Reports
From High Society
lindicates that Cupid
is having a rough deal.
Tho latest reports is
thfit everyone who
PAINTKUS, DECORATORS AND PA
PKRHANGERS' UNION NO. 22S.
Meets tho firnt, and third Saturday
nights of each mouth tit Union Hall.
GUY CRENSHAW, President.
J. A. SPEARS, Secretary.
ARDMORE TRADES COUNCIL
Mcets first and third Friday nights
in each month at Inbor Hall. W.
U. Reaves, president; D. N. Fergu
Wo have a brand now line ot bug
gies and are making terms and prices
to suit all.
lwtt NORI.E BROS.
DeWltt's Little- Early Risers, about
the most reliable pill "n the market.
Sold by Hoffman Drug Co.
TEAJSTERS' UNION, No. E8J J
1). DcArmond. president; O. V
True and tried friends of the family
DeWltt's Little Early Risers. Good
pills. Sold by Hoffman Drug Co .
We are giving free $7.50 worth or
wato at our store next week. See an
vertlsomont in tills paper for partic
ulars. 4-7 RIVENS. COMIX & FRENSLEY.
He Oct If East
Is via MEMPHIS and tho
Louisville I EashHe I P.
WITH TWO TRAINS DAILY TO
Louisville and Nashville
on convenient schedules, nnd making
direct connections In Union Station
with all Urns for points East and
All Tciim Slil Vestibule
MODERN SLEEPING CARS. ELEC
TRIC LIGHTED COACHES.
If you contemplate a trip East lot
mo q loto you rates and inako sleep
ing car reservations for you. Address
N. B. BAIRD, T. P. A., Little Rock, Ark.
Or MAX BAUMGARTEN, D. P. A., ..
. .Memphis, Tenn.
I Bis Hand Flour i
!: is getting a snunro :
deal for there is noth-
ing about it that provi s j!
USE DIG Mtid FLOUR
I TYLER & SIMPSON !
I GttMPANY I
DISTKMDU TO R S
This Is Worth Remembering.
As no ono U Immune, every person
should remember that Foley's Kidney
Cure will cure any case of kidney
or bladder trouble that Is rot beyond
tho reach of medicine. Hoffman &
I Co., and City Drug Store.
Vfr &Z Mr
',h ofwi- if -rij 'ft W -W- -( fX -' -frfr -fto W 'jo?
YOU wero bnymg your FaB aad Wiater Dry Goods, Cloiirag, Boots, Shoes, Mats, Caps, etc. We do not ex
pect now the genera! crap yields will come fully tap to yor desires or to onv expectations, hovever we have
m wsisal Large, New Stocli m o'oods for yon? mdi and choosing at prices ml a whit higher (than you paid
for same goods last Fall. We shall expect you in our store when you come to town, as it will he to your in
terest to get om prices before mailing ycr Fall bill. If we do not price them as low as last season and lower
than competition, why ceitainly we cannot expect your trade; if however we offer goods at prices advertised
there is no doubt that you will give m yoar patronage.
Rood Calico, fine assortment of colors, '
Yard-wide Ilrown Domostlc, good one,
Yard-wide IMearhlng. goad one , for
Good well fleece .1 cotton Flannel, oth
ers ask "c, ours only 5c
A better one. heavy fleeced 7c
Still a hotter one, extra heavy, others
ask loc, ours only 8c
A real 7c seller at other stcrcs, ours
Aii extra heavy one, tho lnc grade
everywhere, ourj only 8c
Tho very best Outins. Amoskeag at
The largest selection ot FlanneletU
in the city for Wrappers. Skirts and
Klmonas, in stripes, plaids and fig
ures, U"4c values, only 10c
Cnod White Flwnel, not nil wool.. 15s
Hotter White Fl.-nnel. not all wool,
Still n bttHr White Flannel, consid
ered all wool 25s
Swellest line to bo found In Ardmore.
at 01.00 to 10c
For curtains; others ask 714c to
S l-3c, ours only 7c
0-1 Ilrown Sheeting, B"')d one only 15c
A standard Apron Gingham, only.. 5c
Tho best Amoskeag (lliin'Jiam, checks
ar.d plaids, only Gc
(Others ask S l-3c for these.)
Our Shirting Cheviot in stripes nnd
checks. The lame K(nds others are
getting lUc (for; ours only 8c
Brown Drill, on
me, worth 12 Vic.
A feplendld Brown Drill, only 8c
A better one, worth 12V.-C, oniy..l0s
Book fold Percales In Dress Styles,
Kood ono, only 5c
Ilrnu fold I'ercaloi, 32 Inch, Diess
Styles, nn Al H'c one, only cc
These aro regular 10c sellers; not
old elsewhere for les;i than ldc; wo
make tht-m hum at only 7'?c
Prettiest lino In Ardmore, Bed Soal3,
Positively all wool, plain colors or
fancy, for waists, dressing sacques,
or p'-tticontf, only 25c
3S-lnch French Flannel, 50c special,
ii-l Inch broadcloth, a 75c value, for
' Standard C Canvan, enly 4c
H 1 N G !
ISHEX yoii buy your Niw Suit or Overcoat,
I you tnut br; pirticul;ir that it is of Newest
" Styl iiml Materials. Ours are ot thin type
and as to tsn'loring and general finish they are
Faultless, 'if a on buy your Suit or Overcoat
from us and it bears the trade mark of "Sterling"
i or M. and W. Nawmburjr & Co., we positively
jiunrantre the Style, Fit and Wearing Quality.
Clothing sold by im is
WAfflRAFJTEn TO GIVE SATISFA6T10H !
,113 CERTAINLY do not claim to own all the
good things sold but we do claim to have a
part of all the good things offered for sale.
Not n pair of shoes sold by us that we do not
fully guarantee. They are all solid leather and
bound to wear. If otherwise we make them
good to you.
Give Us V our Shoe Business
y viflib xiy car Lb axh riii MSJ $Jj sjy i Q
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