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Ardmore, Monday, November 5, 190G
THE DAILY ARCMOREITE
Nothing finer for Weilil lug presents tlinn Sterling Silver, ".hoy
can leei the same foiever, It becomes the heirloom of the fam
ily, and thu Sterling Sliver can led by us In of the finest qwallty
and best pnttoriiR anil weights. You can find name In all pUcos.
and our stock Is complete. No double to show Roods.
WALTER C. DEAN
Jeweler and Optician. Fine Watch Repairing.
ONE WEEK, NOV. 12 TO 17.
New Majestic Malleable
and Charcoal Iron Ranges
The Majestic Malleable and Steel Range as formerly turned out,
by the Majestic people has been considered throughout the. coun
try as par excellence, and far ahead of any other range made.
But with the New Charcoal Iron Body in place of Steel, making
it double its value, and the fact that it is the only range in exis
tence, made of .Malleable and Charcoal Iron, you can readily see
that if quality is considered, the Majestic leads by a big margin.
Wo want you to call at our store during this week, and let us ox
plain this new feature: - Charcoal Iron Hudies; lot us explain why
it is the best material for range bodies, and incidentally wny it is
not used on other ranges. Wo want you to call whether you in
tend to buy or not, as the information gained will serve you in
Bivens, Corhn k Frensley
C. P. Hall, formerly at 11!2 Mala
street. Is now open for business. Mr
Best Now and Second Hand Rtock oi
Houso Furnishings in the city. Repair
ing, renting, exchanging nnd buying.
Savos $2500 nor year ovor Main .:tieot
competitors. (Jives you back 10 per
cent for every $1.00 cash purchase.
Hunts two wagons to all paits of the
city free. My country customers can
stop In my yard frcj of charge. Phou
!!PG or call at Texas Wagon Yard in
Otuldo stroot and 3rd avenue, o i'y
three blocks north of the Whlltlngcon
Hotol. Homoniber we glvo yon 10 per
cont off for casli purchases only.
C. P. HALL
The House Furnisher
On En6y Payments at Cash Prices.
W. C. Kendall & Co. wil sell grn
tfsles for c ash only after Dei . Miner
4 S ;
T. N. COLEMAN
The City Druggist
There will bo elections lu forty
two Htntes tomorrow. The llrunswlck
has made arrangements to receive"
the lesults and notes on thesj elec
tions by a special wire tomorrow,
which will be furnished free to oil
who come to their billiard pailoin on
west Main street. Tho wire will iK'gln
Hiving off messages in tho morning
at 7:30 o'clock and will continue until
all the rcaultB are In.
De Witt's billiard nnd pool hull
will furnish free election returns
Tuesday night. These parlors are lo
cated near tho post offlco.
If Hearst Is Elected.
You will learn It first nt DaWltt's
Pool Hall. Complete election re
The lT. I). C. will meot tomorrow
at the residence of Miss Motile Peel
at u o'clock p. in.
MKS. II. W. CAllTNlt. Pros.
Ulscults baked right In thn min-
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For liverythinfj That 1:
Made of TIN.
Tin Roofinit a SpccialtjS
109 West Main
I PERSONAL NOTES J
Dean Woods returned to Marietta
today after spending Sunday In the
J. H. Miitehens. a prominent iner
cliautof Tishomingo, was In the city
Uncle Alf Irby and son of Uoswoll
are visitors to the city with Mr. and
Mrs J. I'. Irby.
Wiley Melton, city marshal of 'llsti
omiiigo was In the city yesterday on
.1. I.. Johnson, T. A. Campbell and
It M Johnson were visitors to Aid
more today troui Mlnco.
Miss Ceclle Moses of Austin, Texas,
Is In the city the guest of her brother,
Henry Moses, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1.. Martin of Ok
lahoma City ari- here the guests of
Mr. anil Mrs. Hyion Drew.
Miss Mnllsu Keller left today for
Davis, wheie Hie family of Itev. and
Mrs. .1. I.. Keller will make their
homo In the future.
Mlsg Margery Carlock nrrlved In the
city today from Mutigum. Oklahoma,
to spend a while with her brotlie-,
John Oarlock and wlfo ot this city.
Miss I. nln Kendall Is spending a
few days In the city with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kendall. Miss Lu
la is attending tile Industrial School
of Arts at Denton, Texas.
John l-iw. Hob Mutt and Warren
Stewatt, all formerly of this city,
spent Sunday here from Pauls Val
ley, whore they are employed at the
Will Mobley. who is on the road
fur the Galveston Shci & Hut Co.,
l as arrived In the city and will ro
niuin until nfttr the election. .Mr.
Mobley sRys he returned 10 vote as
have all eiuployes of thnt company lu
i lie two territoiles.
Hon. C. D. Ilemiett has relumed
Irom Sulphur where he spent Sun
day. Mr. Dennett also spent a time
In Davis. Ho states Unit the outcome
of the constitutional election lu the
Davis and Sulphur dlstrlr-tn Is c.-rtaln
and the Dsmocrnts will win easily.
A big mass meeting of Democrats !s
to be held In Davis tonight and murh
enthusiasm Ik shown In that district.
Ralph .Mo On nn Is repotted ill at the
family residence lu southwest Artl
more. If Hughes Is .Elected,
You'll know It first If you are at
Do Witt's I'ool llali. Complete elec
tion returns. 5-2
The llrunswlck will furnish election
returns five. You are Invited to
Red Hot Election News.
Hed hot election news over a special
wire, service begins at 7:110 Tuesday
morning and continues throughout the
day and night. Come and bring your
friends with you.
If Hughes Is Elected.
You'll know It first If you are at
DeWitt's Pool Hall. Completo elec
tlon returns. 5-2
Heavy Grinding at Misery Milt.
Today has been tho busiest day of
the seni-cn with tho police court and
Justice' has been grinding all day.
Saturday night nnd Sunday the hood
lum wagon was worked ovortlnio with
the result that tho largest crowd of
the season was present tilts morning
at the opening of the misery mill.
Among tho mlxturo that pleaded guil
ty and were fined tills morning wet
all manner of men ami women, anion.
them quite a few Mississippi Choc
tv . who accidentally Mt 'jr'.-l
Saturday night and yesterday In an
effort to spend Mte ani'mnt they had
had received from the Chickasaw
Chcetaw paying party. Many dnysllke
this and the pollco fund will ba the
largest fund In the city government.
If Hearst Is Elected,
You will lenrn it first nt UeWItfs
Pool Hall. Complete election re
The Urunswlck will furnish election
returns free. You aro Invited to
Have that summer suit cleaned and
nressed before putting It uwii). (V
D. Davis. 1-2
ROYAL "rInK TnVITES YOU.
Really a Wonderful Surface Planing
Kvervbo.lv Is Invited to the Royal
Hi 11 'r Itink Monday to see the onl'
s-urlnre pi inlntr machine run bv motor
in Aer ever In the city. The machine
Is n wonderful Invention and is wortb
a '.tU i.) t lie rink. A small nrmv of
men are at work hiving the new floor
nnd tin' opening night of tho rton!
IUH t lllnk will bo announced in
the.. c( lumtis w it hf it a few da . uc
rink will br blirtr and letter nnd th
service fully up to tU t tandard I 2
Marietta People Are Building an Ideal
Luther Anderson of the Chickasaw
Telephone company's office at Mariet
ta, was a visitor to Ardmore yester
day. Mr. Anderson stated that the
electric light plant In Marietta had
been completed nnd whs given a trial
Saturday night. This power was
thrown on and the entire town lighted
up. There Js still about ten days'
work to be done befoie tho plant
can be run regulnily hut the test giv
en was entirely satisfactory utid there
Is nil probability thnt the plnnt will
bo running regularly by the first of
next week. The city of Marietta owns
Its electric light plnnt and waterworks
system nnd Is running both lu a cred
itable manner, or rather, getting them
Into running condition. The residents
of that city bellee lu municipal own
ership and It Is only a matter of a
shoit time until Ihe city will be receiv
ing a revenue from these sources
which will enable It to create a fund
sufficient to make any municipal Im
provements It deslies.
Watches and Jewelry
Full nnd complete line of watches,
clocks and Jewelry. Watches from
$2.(50 to $.1e. If ou want a good watch
for little money come to t. linger. If
you have n watch that, others can't
repair bring to I. ltoger. I make a
specialty of repair work.
31-10 I. llOCJKIt.
Names of Those Recommended for
The Democratic and ltepublicun cen
tral committees have made their rec
ommendations for the appointment of
clerks In the different precincts. Those
First precinct, De Klllott and W. S.
l'raloy; second precinct, C. P.oon Tal
iaferro anil John Watts: third pie
cinct, Hugh Mctill ami S. S. To I
son: fourth precinct. Lowrie Keller
and J. A. Cot nor: fifth precinct, Hen
Holt and Olln Wolverton: sixth pre
duel. Wood IClllntt and Hal Cannon;
seventh precinct. Dr. Dudley Payne
anil L. N. Tiirmnn; eight precinct,
John Steele and Thomas Hell: ninth
proelnel. T. 13. Uolnnd nnd Clnis. II.
A. S. Worthlngton Is at home from
Dougherty where ho met in Joint de-
bato the man nnined ThouiaB Jeffer-
koii. who Is on tho Republican ticket.
Mr. Worthlngton says that more than
!)0 per cent of the voters around
Dougherty are Democratic.
Are you Interested In a new suit?
Come, let me show you. C. I). Da
The Majestic Manufacturing Co., or
St. Louis will have a man at Itlvens,
Corhn & Frensloy's store all next
week who wll show you how to .bake
biscuits, brown top and bottom, lu
three minutes. Don't miss this chance
of seeing the gteat cooking wonder.
The Ardmore Band.
Th music which the Ardtuoro ban.!
has furnished during its stay In the
city has met the approval of our
inuslr-lovlng people. Knell member Is
a gentleman, and well attached to his
beloved town Ardmore. Tho mem
bers are sanguine over the hospital
ity shown them by all who have had
occasion to have any dealing with
them As a token of respect lo lis
mair friends In tho city the bind gnv
them n setunado Inst night, luclml' :i-;
Tho Turner, whore the band Is stop
plug (ialnesvllle Hesierlun.
Why buy a cat In a sack at our
exhibit next week we will show you
a Majestic In actual operation.
t-7 H1VKNS, COU1 IN & FUENSLUY.
The Staters Madison Square Com
pany ariivod In the city today and will
bo lit the Hoblson opera house tlm
entire week. This company has visited
Ardmore before and their ability lo
entertain the public Is known.
Freel Free! Free!
Come to DeWitt's Pool Hall Tite
day nluht. Complete election re
Use Ardmorono want acts. Thoy al
ways bring results. Three lines throe
times for throo dimes.
E, Ci C JV 4 ift A ittf S f
in tho City
'I'lli' ll p'.H'i. S,.r(. I -'il,. I ,iy
tt'el free t.ntn.p in .i( .in v I n.t 'np
I uim'I) Hint a i lei ri 1. !.' til
HpreaiU for i IuPj. finrl-ip., 1'nu
TJntlor An iT?'9.SSI W
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MEMORIAL SERVICES HELD YES
W. M. Franklin's Tribute to Decerned
Woodmen was couched in Words
..of Eloquence Unveiled Mon-
uments of Two Sovereigns
I tie unveiling of the Woodmen o
the Wt.rld monuments erected to the
memories of deceased sovereigns, C.
L. HerL. Herbert and W. H. Multlim.
of that order was hold yesterday af
ternoon at Itono Hilt cemeler.v. Af 3
o'clock In lite afternoon the members
of the Woodmen Camp gathered at
Ihe hall frcni which place the line of
Inarch was formed. Some two hundred
members of Ihe order Joined lu the
march, while carriages and buggies
made the procession more than a mile
lu length. Upon arrival nt Ihe graves
the unveiling services were held after
which Hon. W. M. Franklin or Madlll,
nu enthuslnsllc Woodman, dellveied
tile memorial address. Mr. KrnnUI '.
address on Woodcraft and the trlb.'t.'
he paid to the deceased sovereigns
or the lodge was olio of the besi d
dresses of Its kind ever dellverel as
a memorial for the local Wonliiioti.
He said lu part:
"Alter death on a pale horse beck
oned theso fallen sovereigns to an
open grave, sweet memories of their
lives linger llkethe frugrniice o,
roses that are faded and gone. Wi
look above our sorrows and with milt
gled pride and pleasure leeall how
they labored lu cur midst.
"I have known Mi, llerbeit since
I was a small boy. At that time I
recognized Ills xccptluiiHl ability and
Bterlhig worth, lie possessed an an
al tlrul mid constructive mind, de
voted to the Investigation of facts and
preeoitents. Ik was seir reliant, bmvi
and oUlelent. lie was gentle uunsKUin
lug genial to his friends, ami true
and affectionate to these ruin ted to
him by fondest, tomb-rest ties. Ho
was finuk, decisive of manner, and
had a comprehensive grasp for the
most Intileate problems. Hu was cotir
toons lo his associates anil respectrnl
to thoso in authority. Ho was prr found
In reason .iirnl altogether a mnnl
man. lie was loved ami honored
all who saw "tho ptlncoly gleamlni
of his soul." Honor radiated from hi'
life and Intelligence snt upon his brow
as on a throne. As wo survey the llfo
of such noblo character, wo are iron ?
to exclaim, "What a forgo and what
a heat" shaped tho nobility of th.U
gallant. Intrepid soul.
I do not remember whether I knew
Sovereign Mulllnx. but those wkii
wero his neighbors toll me that h3
was a "good man." No higher tribut
can be paid to any man. Tho tongue
of eulogy yields in nn effort to pay
a higher tribute, so I shall not trull
lessly beg for languago to bopeait
more for him. Tho fact that he bjionc;
ed lo tho Woodmen of the World Is
pioor that he did not live unto him
wolf alone, but that others were blops
becniiBo he lied.
"The -tribute of moitnllty or these
sovereigns was temporarily placed lu
those "cold toilets whose onii-ilns nev
er float outward," but wo cannot
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I Sn Our Dress Goods Department
The Detailed list of Seasonable Dress
floods in Sunday's paper was the means
of filling this department with eager buy
Is worth)' of special mention too. . The
Dependable Brands Moiioy feak and
. Curtieelli are heve in great variety. '
Everything desirable in SilK '
or Woolens can Ik found at
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think Unit they have been consIniM
foiever to these "blind -wives' of eter
nal night." An n hut word, lei tne
Mimnioim potiro to thr as litis of I new
fallen coeerolgns, test to their Xhiln
.itul comfort to their homes."
Frcel Free! Krecl
Come to DeWltt'n Pool Hull Tues
day night. Complete tur.lloii re
COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT.
Some Important Business Matters to
Bo Disposed ot.
This evening at 7 o'clock the regu
lar monthly meeting ot (he city coun
cil will ho held. This meeting ot the
council Is the most Important one of
tho month and more business Is
transacted. All tho bills for the ex
pense of maintaining the city govern
ment aro paid at this meeting and
other routine business trunsaclttd.
Also nt the meeting this afternoon,
the piopositiou of laying Ihe storm
sewer mains on Main ami North Cad
do streets will be considered. The con
tract for this work is not Included lit
tho contractu for laying the mains
In other parts of the city. This and
other work which will have to bo
done on Main t-tret before the pav
ing can begin, will amount to noonl
$20,000 and the contract Is mtlto a
The quickest ami molt reliable re
ports free to everyltody Tuesday nlgtit
it DeWHt's Pool Hall, near the poet
VESSEL HAS NARROW ESCAPE.
Passes Through Shower of Meteors.
Some Dangerously Close,
New York. Nov. I When In
nix l.lnei St. Andrew, from Antwerp,
lied up alongside her pier In itobotau
today the sole topic of conversation
was (he narrow escape of the freight
er trom being melted and suulc by n
red-hot fragment of n star that fell
alongside last Tuesday afternoon,
when the vessel was sixty miles to the
east wai d of Cape Ilaci
Kirst Olllcer Y. Spencer, who was
on the Inline at tho time, told how
tlu meteor with n llnmlng tall "a.
mile long" came zigzagging out of the
southern sky a half hour before sun
set ami dlsnppt ared in the son with
i roar and slzy.le that terrified tho
ciew, who saw tho uwosomu spectacle.
That the ship paascd through
large shower of meteora thero Is no
doubt, for Juat before the big ono
dropped, less than a mile nway thero
wero three Hiunllcr ones ahead' that,
could lie plainly Keen In the twilight.
Medicos Will Meet.
The legular monthly meeting of
the Medical Association of tho 21st
recording district will be held In this
city tomorrow. Tho meetings of the
association are held lu the city hall
monthly at 2 o'clock lu the afturnoou.
I Dr. Philip Httivunu of this city Is pros
ildi'iit of the association. At those
meetings papers are ruad and busi
ness ot importance to tho medical pro
fession Is transacted. Tho meeting
tomorrow will be especially Intel est
Ing to medicos as thoie are sovernl
important propositions obe present
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