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Ardmore, Thursday, February 7, 1907
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
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i. hi iliu it Hip ilni t'n vl i
II'' liu.ictor of our s'oie l
ny objcctloaal features h re
II It our dcc!r
our store affords many rnnutiloiir.'s mil ommnnlv found "nil
,, i-.iiu of goods Is seldom niitrh.-l s I" x'rvlr . we h"l"' '""
i. ii: It In your way to ti. n
F. J. RAMSEY
COR. MAIN AND GADDO. PHONE 30
You had bettor hurry tlii wool; mid L"'t u run "f -''ip if
Lac whili' you can p-t a in rent HlJl'SH KUKK.
We also curry a full lineuf p tints and wall p.ipor. If
you don't helievo we will li you ri'ht, try us and we will
J. B. Wall, the Druggist
i t, tin Ki itM.w j m Hi'iu:i;i:i.ir.Yi:it
DICKERMAN & CO.
ii link, i .nrlall nt
Furnace Keating tin r.nd Mill Suctions
KIow Fipei and Heavy Sheet Miitnl WnrK
HOFFMANN 1RT(. CO.
iPliKSCKIl'TIt N DKl'dClSTS
Knowledge anil Absolute Indemnity
nre tho characterist ics of our aijency
MOVED MY MACHINE SHOP
On South Mill St., opposite Whnley Mill
In my now lwildmi:
I'M'V I" fulll
Are Demg Conducted by Evangelist
T. S. Hawlcy.
I'he Hiii.llMi Side ol Uelir.ion" ft us
i'ii topic of discussion lust iiUlit ui
the Presbyterian church. b the lie v.
i s I law ley or Trinmuo. imio, who
- iinidiictlng a aerlea of meetings in
ui. lt. Tho house was well filled
e .1 much Interest waa shown In tho
ui.ji i t. In fact tho Interest ut tho
i Huns Is growing and the attend-
W getting better and lietter daily.
Two meetings aro being held dally.
, from 12 to 18:30 ti'clock at noon
ninl another at 7:30 o clock. Tho
uu he o'clock meetlnga are being well
,i' leaded considering the inconvenience
fn lumlnes men to get away from
affairs of business.
Ite Ilawley Is tho Synodlcal Kvan
gellst of the Presbyterian church. Ho
will lemnin In rdmore all next wccK,
The niivtiims nae been In progress
since Siimluv iiiRht and It Is HumKht a
Croat deni "f tnsid has been nee.im
. i '
, ! iih v
I In IiIkIm
wo lh ou "M
s Unig More
For Everything That Is
Minis of TIN.
Tin Kuofin a Specialty
PHONE 38 8
Roberts & Bonner
INSURANCE and BONDS.
mi liettee prepared than
w .ml-, in in v line
In .1 .Ii. i Ii. :
inn. So ci'iui n i
h. i I i i l.ilU , .ill. il lui .ill I
lli'lll' ll'tl' llfTl ll' I III! Ill-M IVl s AH l't
1 1 -v ll.iwlet is mi si'u,iiiiiiiiiI pieaeh
ir nnd appeals to the lietter Hide of
Hum and not hi. emoiion.s.
per Governor of Oklahoma Ho Speak
I at Court Home TonlghL
cBptain f. f. Iloss, candidate ftir
i Kovernor of the new state on the So-
ciulist ticket, Is In the city from his
home at tihawnec Captain Hoss Is
making u tour if the new state speech
making tail olectiontvrlng. He will
speak tonight at the Federal, court
room In this city, In tho Interest ot
his candidacy. At the meeting he will
outline tho platform uf the Socialist
party, which Is similar to that of the
Capt. Hoss lg said to be a gWhl
sHaker and to bo well up on the At-
tt-U-s of the Socialist pait.
Subscrlbo for TUo Ardruorclto.
IS PLEASED WITH THE CITY
P reditu This to Mt the RM In State.
Rex Tell Some ef Hit Expert'
cruet on the Road and HI
Trials w Put on Novelties
The Hones skating artists who will
apiiear at the Moyal lUnk tonight and
i in i wo nlgbt following arrived In the
ili. yesterday afternoon and lniect
i.il i lie floor of the local rink last
i hMit pronouncing It the best In the
'"nil. Mr. H"XO ha been In the show
i i-Iiii'md for the past fifteen yearn
ii l ihU I not his Drat visit to Ardmore
In n ween hut night and asked as to
Inn he thought of the city u H
l "I.H nt present and when tu firs'
inn' had the following to say.
li was about nine years ago whin
I and my wife were In Ardmore, at
thin time we were with Forepaugh nrd
.-tolls Hroa.' circus doing a skating act
I would not have known the town bad
I not been told that this was Ardmore.
I remember Anlinot.; well at that
time. Your main stieet was lined en
either side with a few wooden shacks
and had all the appearance of n fron
tier tow.i, and the dust was aor.T
thing fierce that day. The peculiar red
dust which you have. That wan my
wife's first experience with circus llf'
that year ami It was our last. Arr
that we concluded to ((lilt the circus
world and engnKe In another branch
of the nninw vi business. Your Hv
bna KiMwn wonderfully since then, iriii
I ,ie that miii are beginning to pj ,
ninl when joii Ret your main streets
paved oti will see a marked differ-
iici- In tin' growth or your city as well
'is the npiM-arance. Your city Is well
Inld off mid In the course of n few
enrs you will Imvo one ot the prot-
1 li'st In the otilhwest.
(ioliig Imck to our rlrciu exporl-
ences, that ear tlie Soli and l'ore
paiiRli shows enrmmtered all kinds of
stiirms ami acrlilcimt and wlion the
season was over I canto to the conclu
sion that I could do better business
by plnlng the summer parks and gar
dens than by playing with a circus.
During the Inst fow years we have
been plajlng rinks entirely since the
link fad has come In again."
Do m mil bare to study hard to
Keep up with the profession and in-
imdtice novellles every senson? "V?II,
I should sny so." remnrkod Mr. ltexo.
N'tiw the corkscrew not ot mine t nd
Hie tunnel art as well as the globe
skatliiK net are nil new. The tunnel act
lias been Improved on till a season
from last, but the globe skate Is an
Invention of mine, and while it may
ippeur enm, I am tired whoa I finish
Hie art, every muscle In my body Is
ilrawn to a tension and the globe
has Inil little siiifare.
My wife tells a great story on the
u l deslKiied and made the spangle
ult Hint I wear In the corkscrew act.
ml -lie swears that If 1 ever attempt
'ii e.lKti another she will quit me."
WAXTUD t'le.in rags at Aidniorclte
A BOER HERO DEAD.
John Y. F. Dlake, a Brother ol L. L.
Dlake of This City, Died In New
York From Atphyxlatlon Was
In Doer Army,
I.. I., 'tluke. residing un North Wash
ml' 1 1 m si i eet is In receipt ot now nn.
i iiiiu'Iiik Hie death of his brother.
lui 1". Illake, the oungest or tour
l rotliiTs, In New York City somo days
ago. Mr. HlRko was not Informed ot
l. is urother's death until yesterday.
The deceased's death wan caused from
n leak In n gas pipe. lie was fifty
venrs of age when death overtook
Mm. At the time of his denth he was
i'i good health and .retired one even'
lug, In fine spirits. The next morning
all attempts to awaken him were In
vain. ,Koulng gas had done its work
and the once strong man was dead
Tbe captain's life history has been
a thrilling one. During the Iloor war
Captain Illake fought side by side
with the oppressed lioera. It Is said
he waa in almost eory battlo ct Im
portance durtug the war. Since the war
ended he has spent coaihlomblo time
lecturing on that and uthor subjects
and has appeared at many of the
(.real elites of the union. HI remains
will be hurled In New York City .
an iiga at Ardmureltc
Oil Tank fo? Whee'er,
1 i'. i in' 1 Hit ' I .11 irr I 1 ,i
.1 t ip ii-in iih I ',-!' 'I d u .
!.(. nil field fi'im till" cl' si
C ,iri.li. The tank was brmigl.' li
jVi1" tHack, SlvalU Hryson t'
mill Water Tank company of tiarths
I Mile, I. T., and I for. use ot tin-
wfe-eler field. Thin Ir the first tank
l:n has been ahlid to th fields
!ut it li expected oihera will ,',
A ropreatenWttre of ilw company '
was in Arcimoro today en route to.
Wheeler to aet lip the tank.
Henry M. Furmart.
In It write-up of the annua) ban-1
quet of the Chamber of Commerce at '
Bhawnre tho other nignt at which
the Hon. Henry M. Kurman of Ada
was an attending visitor, the Sliawtteo
Herald In speaking of him says:
Mr. Hoy next Introduced If. M. Iur
man of Ada, who U a lawyer, an aa-
Plrant for the office of fnlted States j
senate and a iwwcrfnl orator and '
Keen humorist. He count Mar to ;
the emp) rean In oratorical climax.
and us suddenly descend to the side ,
splittltm' Joke, the point of which Is
rlenrl) evident. Mr. r'urman. should
be succeed in reaching the :i.'
will make the stale piuml of him.
REDMEN WILL CELEBRATE.
Ardmore Redmen Have Determined to
elebrt':e Washington's Birthday
With a Social Gathering In
At a Hiw Wow of cnlefg nuil braves
In their wigwam last night Wnsbiln
Tribe No. 33 Improved Order ot Hud
men took nder consideration tho eel
obrnttor . the birthday ot thulr II
lustrloi . rieat Chief, the father ol
tmr country Goorse Washington. The
very pleasant affair held by this tribe
Inst year was rt culled nnd the under
taking this year will be on a broader
During this week every Itedmnn Is
a committee unto hlniselr with a duty
to perform, and It Is expected that at
the regular pow wow on next Wodiicwi-
day night "things will be dono."
Kvery chief, bravo and warrior of
the trlbo Is expected to be prosent
next Wednesday night, runners are
now on the trail, nnd llnal plana will
bo senled In 1'. I H C. by smoking tho
Ideated on A street, northwest;
services ovory Sunday morning at 11
o'clock, and evening nt T:uU; mid
week prayer meeting on Wednesday
evening tit 7:30.
1'astor, Itev. S. II. Holmes; lilders
It. T. Dallas. I. It. llest. 0. il. Webb;
Deacons. A. C. Young, I II. Ijvo,
Win. Devlny. J. K. 1'. Campbell. J. M.
Sunday school nt 11:30 every Sun
day morning; I, It. Mason, superin
Located on lSroadwny. between
Washington and A street, northwest;
services every Sunday at 11 n. m.;
prayer meeting at 7:30 Wednesday
1'astor, Hov. W. McMnney: Dea
cons, D. 11. Vernon. W. II. ltynn. J. N.
Shlnholser. It. A. Wilson. M. M. Grif
fith. J. C. I'reddy; Church clerk, C. It.
Iluchanan; Church treasurer, A. 1;.
Iluslness ppsslnn Wednesday night
otter the first Sunday In each month.
Located on I) ttreot. southwest;
services every Sunday morning at 11
o'clock and In tho evening nt 7 .30;
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Pastor, Hev. Gnlos: Vestrymen, J.
W. Gollcdge. Sr. Warden. C. O. Hutin,
secrotnry, Chas. L, Anderson, A. O.
KdwnrdB, J. E. Humphrey, T. N. Hob
nett. Broadway Methodist.
Located. Corner of Ilroadway and
H street, northwest: senlces ovory
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, and ev-
entnff nt 7i:to- mlit.week nraver meet
ing every Wednenlay eionlnn nt
7:30; choir practice every Thursday
evening: business sessions first Tuci.-
day nigrt In each month.
Pastor, Hev J. W. Sims; Stowards
W. S- WoUerion, J. W. Itanks. Mor-
rls Sass. I. V. Konrney. W. M. Gwyn.
C. E. Cnrter. Frank Frensley. H. W.
UaUUUI, (Mill IIUUU) v., ..
Located. Corner Ilroadway and C
t rani nnrtunat' snrvtees overv Sun
day morning at It o'clock, veiling ,r- '. Tp. 3S. H2W, all located In
services nt "-30; prayer meeting ev- the Chickasaw nation, Indian Terilio-
ery Wednesday' evening at 7:30: bu- ry and consisting of 340 acres of
slness sessions nre called. . . .
I'astor. Hev. C. C. Weith: EUtors. , lul,d' moro or
David Hedfleld. V. I. Cruce, S. S. The said described tract of land la
Carf. W. P. Duff, Mr. Dawson. C. Mc the allotment of Etlle Shults, the mo-
izz.Vv. s:"' vlfr ot T,mlT T" "a,a ,,,ml li
Carr. C. H. Clomeiits, A. C. Stracli- "l"8 '1 tor tho purpose of sccur
ley; Trdstees. Sum Noblo. A. C. lug funds with which to educate,
Cruce. O. SI. Hcdtleld. L o Cruce. , maintain nnd support said minor, and
.mont of the said minor.
One man never sneers ut anollior J. M. McDANIEL. Guardian,
unless some woman U at the bottom j This Feb. G, 1907.
of It. J. S Mullent. Attorney for Guardian.
hui .-oil lie-bands
ASPHALT BEOS 1
TO DC OPERATED DY CAPITAL-1
ISTS IN SHORT TIME
INDIAN TERRITORY ASPHALT
Rapidly Gaining the Place It Deserves
In the Street Paving World Party
In City Latt Night on Tour
The derelonntent of this section of
tbe m,(l especially the miner
deposlla a beiiu, ,ion0 with greater
r(,pi,)ty than what the most sanguine
mHt expect. The asphalt beds near
Woodford will In all probabllltv he
opined up an dusphalt mined within a
very short time. A company of Miss
isslpplans and Tennesseeans who have
taken over the properties of the Ada
Asphalt company will oitn up the
beds near Woodford as well as the
beds near Ada. A party consisting ol
Dr. C. W. Young, Memphis, Teiin.; W.
C. McCrary, llyhalln. Miss.; T. U
(Irace New Albany. Miss.: It. It. Hen
demin, Now Albany, Miss.; .1. T. Ha'
kor. New Albany. Miss.: and Judge
AY. M. Cox, ltaldwlii. Miss., arrived
In the city last night over the Choc
taw and left early this morning m In
spect tho beds near Woodford and the
surrounding country. These gentlemen
are heavy stockholders and olllclals
of llio Southern Aaphnit Co.. a cor
poration which has taken over the
property of the Ada Asphalt Co., and
also a numlier of leases owned by
that concern. It Is the intention of the
company to oiien up nnd begin opera
ting the Ada mines within the noxt
month and also the beds nt Woodford
as well as a number of other beds In
The party will return to this city
after n visit of two days In the see
tlon of tho country surrounding the
property on which they have leases
Dr. Young, who has the party In
charge, slated to the Ardtmirelto inMi
that It was their Intonttou to operalo
and develop all tho propeitlos of the
company as soon as It was possible tor
them to do so.
Tho development of those proper
ties means much to Ardmore and with
in a short tlnio with present pros
pects, nnd the eltlxcmf of the city
backing tbe Commercial Club a net
work of tramways and dummy Hues
will be running from Ardmoro In every
direction to the oil fields surrounding
the city nnd the coal lands nnd nsphnlt
beds. ' '
In tho I'nlted States court for tho
Southern district. Indian Territory, at
In tho matter of the Guardianship
of Jonnette Slmltz. a minor, J. M.
Notice of application oC guardian to
sell real estate.
This is to give notlco that I, the
undersigned guardian of Jennetto
Shullz, a minor, will mako application
to the I'nlted States court for the
Boiithorn district, Indian Territory,
sitting nt Arilinoro, on tho 25th day
of February. 1907, at nlno o'clock A.
M.. or ns soon thorenftor as tho court
may hear the same, make application
to sell tho following docrihed real
The NW 1-1 of the NV 1-1 of Ni:
1-1 sec. 9. Tp. I S. It. i W.; tho NV
' aL- OI ' ' cuon so. -jp.
I S. HIK: also tho SK 1-1 of SV 1-1
0f SW 11 section 30, 4S, H3K; also
the SK 1-1 of NK 1-1 of NW 1-1; the
f SK 1-1 of NW 1-1; tho S
1-2 of SK 1-1 of NW I I; the K 1-2 of
xK 1-t of SW l-I: the NW l-I of SK
. .. .
1 U1 " ot N, 1-1 of -.
the SW l-I of SI? 1-1 of NK 1-4: SW
l-t of NK 11; S 1-2 of NW 1-4 of NE
... ... . XB ... of v.,,.,, ....
,1-1 of NE 1-1 of NE 1-1 sec. Ii, and
. NW 1-4 of NW l-I of NW 1-4 of sec.
4. Tp. 3S, HSW; also the SW l-I of
NE l-I; N W l-I of S E 1-1
In Hie I'nlted States Court for tho
Sou liein District, Indian Territory,
Your Business All the Time
0TP15N up n savings account with us. Ouit
upending your money aimlessly, He
sensible and let your savings earn something.
We want your account, no matter how small.
Small accounts grow
Start now. Don't wait
Ardmore Loan &
at Ardmore In the matier or tho Southern DUulct of the Indian Tor
guuidl,i'i.hip of Cmuirk IliokshnuUh-r, rltoi. silting at Ardmote.
and ilani llmksmiulder, minors. .las. 1 In the mailer of the guardianship
llrokshuiililei, Kiundi.'.n. of C'liniles Jennings, James Jennings
Notice to sell ii-al estate. ani) Vernon Jennings, minors; Wll-
This Is to give notice that I, the 1 Ham Jennings, guardian.
undersigned guardian of CatnncU
llrokshoitlder nnd Adam Ilrokvthould
er, minors, will make application to
the United State court for tho sou
thern district, sitting nt Ardmore, ou
the 25th day of February, 1907 at
nlno o'clock n. m or as soon there
after as the court will hear the amu
to sell the following described real
Tho NW 1-1 of NWl-l of NW 1-1;
the Si: l-I of NW 1-1 of N Wl-I NK
1-i ot NH 1-1 of NW l-I sec. 3; S 1-2
of NH 1-1 of NW l-I sec. 3, Tp IS.
HSW.; the SW 1-1 of SW 1 I of SW 1-1
sec. 17; the N 1-2 of SK 14 of NW l-I
sec 19; SK 1-4 or SB 1-4 of NW 1-t
see 19; NE 1-4 of NE l-I of 8V 1-t
sec 19; S 1-2 of 8W 1-1 of N13 1-t;
SW 1-4 of 8E 1-4 of NHI-t: NW 1-4
of NE l-I SE 11; NB l-I of NW 1-4
of SK 1-4. sec 20, Tp 48, H2W; the
N 1-2 of SW l-I of SK 1-4 sec. 20, Tp.
3S, HIE; the SE 1-1 of SK 1-1 ot NW
1-4: SW 1-1; of SW 1-4 of NK 1-1;
K 1-2 or NK l-I of SW l-I; W 1-2 of
NW l-I of SK l-I; NK l-I of NW'1-I
SK 1-1; W 1-2 of NK l-I of SK l-I;
SK l-I or NK 1-i of SK l-I; NK l-I
of SK l-I ot SK 1-4 sec. 33. Tp. 3S,
HSW. anil being located In the Chick
asaw nation, Indian Territory, and
consisting of 2S0 acres.
Tho llfo estate and an undivided one
pair interest in aim to said real es
tate have already been sold.
The object for Rolling said leal es
tate Is to secure lands for allotment
of tho said minors, to Improve the
same; and to educate and maintain
Tills tho Cth day of Feb. 1907.
J. S. Mullen, Attorney.
In tho United Stales Court for tho
Southern District, Indian Territory at
Ardmoro. In tho matter of thu guard
ianship of Joe Ott and Simeon OU,
minors, V. A. Halt, guardian.
Notice ot application to soil real es
Thto Is to glvo notlco that I, tho
undersigned, guardian ot Joo Ott nnd
Simeon Ott, minors, will ninko nppll
cutlon to tho United Statoti court for
tho Southern district, Indian Terrlto
ry, sitting nt Ardmore, on the 2lith
day of February, 1907, at nlno o'clock
n. m., or ns soon thurenftur as Ik pos
sible nnd tho court will hear tho
snmo to soil the following described
renl estate, to-wlt;
N K 1-1 of NW 1-1 ot SK 1-1; Wl-2
of NK l-I of SK l-I, tho NW l-I ot
SE 1-1 of SK 1-1 ot hoc, 11 Twn. 2
south, range U west, also tho NK l-I
of SK l-I also N 1-2 of SK 1-1 of
SK 1-4 of sec. 13, Twn. 1 south,
range C wost, also NK l-I of NK 1-4
of SK l-I. nlso S 1-2 of NK l-I of SK
l-I. also the N 1-2 of SK l-I of SK l-I
also the W 1-2 ot tho SK 1-1 alio the
SE 1-1 ot tho NB 1-1 of SW 1-1 also
K 1-2 of SK l-I of SW J-l of Sec. 19
twn.t south, range 2 waft, consisting
of 2Ci) acres, more or loss and located
In the Chickasaw nation, Indian Tor
The said land beliig-tho allotment of
Sallle Ott, deceased, sister of Joo Olt
and Simeon Ott, minors. A throe.
fifths Interest ot the fee In said land
has heretofore been Hold by the adult
heirs ot said ostate.
liio iiurpoHc of this sale to to secure
funds with which to educate anil
maintain snlil minors.
Dated this, the Ith day of February,
T. A. IlUTT.
Guardian of Joo Olt and Simeon Ott.
J. S. Mullen, Attorney for Guardian.
In the United Statcu court for the
JUST A MINUTE!
when placed with us.
come in and see us today
We've Got It McAlester and
Colorado PHONE 32
HUDSON-HOUSTON L GO,
Notice of application to sell real
This Is to give notice that I, tho
uuileralgned guardian of Charles Jen
nings, James Jennings and Vernon
Jennings, minors, will make applica
tion to tho United States court for
tho southern district of the Indian
Territory, silting nt Ardmore, on the
2fth tiny of February, 1907, at 9
o'clock a. in., or as soon thereafter as
the court will hour tho same, to sell
the following described real estate, to
wlt: Tho NK 1-1 of NE l-I of SE 1-1; Sl-2
of NB l-I of SH 1-i sec. 31; W 1-8 of
8VV 1-i of NE l-I: the W 1-2 of NW
1-t of SE 1-1; SK 1-4 of NW l-I of
SE 1-1 SW 1-4 or SB 1-4 of sec. 3S,
Tp. 68. Hi west; the E 1-2 of SE 1-4
of aec 29 Trf. 88, 11 6 west; NW 1-t
of NW l-I; the N 1-2 of NW l-I ot
NK 1-1; SW l-I of NW.1-1 of NE 1-4;
NE 1-1 ot NE 1-1 or SE l-I of aec. 3, tp
7S, HIW, consisting of 280 acres moro
or loss In tho Chickasaw nation, In-
The said land being the allotment
or I in by M. Jennings, and being own
ed by CharliM M. Jennings, James
JenntngH, nnd Vernon .lenltigs, min
Tho purpose or thla sale Is for tho
education and mnliitennnce of tiald
Witness my hand thb. the Ith day
of February. 19u7.
WILLI M .IKNNINGS.
Guardian of t'liar'e-. James and Ver
J. S. Mullen. Attornrt for Guardian.
Furnished jy Private Wire of H. T.
Rutherford & Company.
Members New Orleans Cotton Excbge.
Ardmore, Thursday. Feb. V.
Kstlmated 35,000 vs. 17.93S.
Houston 4500 to G300 vs. 42SS last
Gillvoston 1S.000 to 21.000 va. o,720
Liverpool steady; mid. C.ll;
Now York 5 up; mid. 11.03:
Now Orleans 1-10 up; mid. 10;
sales 3725- f. o. b. 1825.
Galveston Mid. lie; sales 29; f. o.
New Orleans Futures.
Open High Uiw Closo Yestdy
Mar 10.12 10.15 10.31 HI.37-3S 10.27-2S
.May 10.19 10.49 10.41 10.1 1-15 10.31-35
July 10.57 10.57 10.50 10.51-55 lU.ll-45
New rork Futures.
Open High l.ow
9.15 9.17 9.38
9.00 9.G3 9.80
9.73 9.71 9.07
Open Closo YesL
Feb-Mar 5.07 .1.07 5.0014
Mch-April 5.0 1 5.07 G.OlVj
April-May 5.0: 8.061. 5.60
Open High Low Closo Yos'y
SOls 7S SO 7914
79 78ft 79ft 79bld