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-Ardmore, Sunday, Februrary 26, 1905.
EVENING EDITION. THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. SEVCC Elkc' Big Meeting. Mcumrs. A. W. Dunhnm and H. 1. Sumters, who hold commlstons In (In- :i'uwia Army of KIUb, are In reccl" or letters from Col. Oco. Llohl or Kort Wurth, president or tho state nrganlimtloii. nsliltis the cooperation ot the UxIros In tho torrltury on the ofalon of tho blu KIIh' stato meet ing to lie held In May at Kort Worth. , It In remembered that tho commit- tee .In tjiarno of nrraiiRoinenis is runIoiik llial all KlUs In Indian 'IVr- j rJtory nnd Oklahoma attend MiHj meeting, and wlH Invito all Indgon to send delegations. A his parade will ho one of tho features, while the en tertainment program will ho onu of tho lltieat In th hlbtory of Kort Worth. Th military hall that Is being i planned will ho a gorgeous affair. PLAN FOR BIG CONGRESS. The Labor Unions of Boh Territories Will Assemble for MuU-il Good. At Muskogee, a congros of labor has been called by tho trades council tepresontlng 29 local unions with n the light runs since Monday Indicate membership of 4,222 tij) to date, to be i not many cattle remain on feed, but held Mnrch 28, 29 and 30, 1905, for tho ' Uio bad market of last Monday would purpose of devising ways and means naturally hold hack a good many, for tho enactment of laws for tho bet-! Hog receipts have not bven as heavy tertuent of organized labor, In the con-, as was expected tills week, and the mi llutinii of the new state, and to tho market, strengthened up a llttlo for a benefit of uplifting of organized labor 'day or two, hot Is lower today. Top of the two territories at large, can ho is $1.90, mixed wolght packing It praeented intelligently tn Uie form of $4 7o to $4.85. best under 200 pounds resolutions of the Twin Territorial $ 1.75. pigs' $t to $4.20. Future prices Federation of Ijilwir convention, which depend almost entirely on tho volume Is to ho held In Juno at South Mcjof receipts. Alcstcr. ' Sheep and lambs broke 23 to 25 Kach local In the two territories is 1 cents last week anil (list of tills, but accredited with three delegates, who ', havo uld better the last few days and shall cast the vote uf their local on nil fiuesthuts and resolutions that may he brought before the congress. Not only special delegates aro invited to nttond tills congress, hut every mcm - her in iroiid standlnc ot anv local un - Ion In the two territories, having a , regular working card ts requested to be prospnt anil see and he seen nnd hear nnd ho heard. Many questions of Importance to the laboring man tn resuru m ill" dining miiieiiimu n-gin- lation will uo (iisciisseu anil every i"uil man present will have the right of voice. Manv eminent speakers of note will l" prustfut and deliver addresses on t'eso subjects. SPECIAL SESSION. Senate to Re-convene at Noon on March 4. Wnshlnvt'Jii, Feb. 25. President Roosevelt issuud a proclamation to duy calMni; a special session ot the, tiniitc ' muet March 4 at noon. The proclamation follows: ' Hy the President ot tho United Slates en America: A Proclamation: .Win re .is. public Intop.bts require Unit ti - senate of the t'n'Scii Stntei lie (xm v , 'in .1 at 12 clock on the lourth day of .March n,it, it, icceHe such communications as :'iy tie mi'le hy the executive. "Now therefore, I. Thtoiloiv ltooto e!t, presldeut of the Uuit.-d Statc3 ot America, do hereby proclaim and de clare that an extraordinary occasion requires tho senate of too Unirea States to convenlj at tho the Capitol In the. city or Washing ton on tho fourth day of Mnrch next, at 12 o'clock noon, of which all per- sons who shall at that time be entitled' to net as members of that body are hereby required to take notice. "Given under my hand and tho seal of the United StnteB at Washington, tho 23d duy of Februrary, in tho yea.' of our ijord, ono thousand nine hun dred and live, and tho Independence of tho United States tho ono hundred and twenty-ninth. "THEODORE UOOSEVE1.T. "Hy tho President: "JOHN HAY, Secretary of War." If you nro thinking ot buying a typewriter, buy tho best tho Vlslblo VrItlng Underwood. This machine took tho Grand Prtzo at tho World's Fnlr and ls for salo on easy terms by G. P. Sclvtdgo, Agt for Chickasaw Na tion. Ardmore, 1. T. 19-tf . .... .... cu. ..... no Ardmore, Wednesday, February 22. Ven a man borrows troubts he never forgetH to iay It back. Startling But True. Pcaplo tho world over wero horri fied on learning of tho burning of n wmcago uiuuiur iu wunu uumj o, v , hundrod peoplo lost their lives, yet more than five times this number of over 3.000 peoplo died from pneumonia in Chicago during tho samo yeai ... , , , I wun scarcely a passing uoure, t,vr:j ono ot theso cases of pnoumonla re sulted from a cold and could havo , been proventod by tho timely uso of Ihamberlaln's Cough llemedy. A great many who have every reason to fear pneumonia havo warded It off by tho prompt uso of this remedy. The following is an Instanco of this sort: "Too much cannot bo said tn favor of Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy, and especially for colds and In fluenza. I know that It cured my ' daughter, Laura, of a severe cold and I believed saved her llfo when she 4was threatened wltu pneumonia. 1V. D. Wilcox, Logan , New York. fSold by F. J. Uamsoy, W .13. Frau'C and Ardmoro Drug Co. Tho Ardmoreite for all the news. MARKET LETTER. b'peOnl to the Ardmorellu. Kansas City, Feb. 25. Tire niarkat dropped down rapidly the lust two days of hist wool; on 'Mi exeetallou or heavy receipts this week. A ood mil came In Monday. ' and heavy receipts were tno rule rrom native territory at all the markets, so that prices were 10 cents again, mak ing them alMiut 30 or 40 cents uulow Wednesday of last week, the high time. For some reason receipts oil after Monday, and the market hi lit u improving a little since then, and Is- today not over 20 cents lower th.m tho hast of last week. The run thU week has been almost entirely steers, ' , ...... .tl.t. ,r iltfi., limt-n I been fair to good miati-y medium lo . ... ..... - .1.,.. II.'IHJ -lhll. I II " i i i . . ,.. ....1.... I. ..11, .. v'eek Is $l..ia, made today, and bulk o tho steers hav esold r.t ;3.35 to I -.. Good cows sell at f 2.75 to t" bulls $2.70 to $3.15, stags $3.50, light eals $5 to $7. heavy calves $2.75 to ' $3.50. Somo of tho dealers llgiire that prices arc nearly back up to the hlgli point. Cholco owes nnd wothern sold today at $5.C,0 and $5.90, respectively, best lambs today $7.75, yearling !$ - 0 - "f al8 1,1 ulu;" clilsH ls . Ptty cnr th.' top figures, except wh,,'" ,a"K is about a i dollar. J. A. RICKART, Livestock Correspondent MARKET REPORTS '(Uy Gulllot Bros., membeM New Or- leans Oftton Exchange.) Ardmore. I. T., Feb. 25. The fol I lowing quotations Bhow tu ma.ket ot -today: ' COTTON MARKET. Liverpool Futures. Open. Close Jan. Feb ,.. Mar Fob 4.05 4.02 4.02 I 0J 4 II 4. 7 and Sale. 1.03 1.03 4 03 4. 0U 4 07 4,13 . 4.21 .10 OCO Mar April Apr. May May June Nov. Dec Dec. Jan Spots pots jHlec New York Futures. Open High 7.37 7.37 7.41) 7 41 Low 7 30 7.31 Close 7 31 7 37 7.39 7.7fl Mar... May .. Jul.... .45 7 47 7 3b 8pot and Sale. 'pots. Hales. New Orleam futures. Open High Low 7 30 T.JIO 7.22 7.32 7 .i 7.25 7 35 7 35 7.2S 6pot and Salea. Cloe 7 23 7.27 7.31 7 3.300 Mar. May. July. 3potB. Sales. . GRAIN. Wheat May July Corn May July Ohts May July r.nlt May . . . Elbe Miy . ... IIS! 1(111 4S 3li . 31i US 101 i 47s lb 31 31 1252 070 1255 070 i inspection by any porson who may be Means tho abllltTto do a gonU ' interested in the same, .lays work, without unduo fatlgno oico Is further given that at tu mid to find llfo worth living. Yo .hearing of said petition the court will cannot havo Indigestion or constlpu atton without Its upscttlni; the ltvrr iur'l polluting tho blood. Such a cor- ,lllln m.v t- ,.., nnIckst re , llovoil by Herblne, tho best liver rt- gutator thnt tho world has over know Mrs. D. W. Smith, writes, April 3, '0-: "I use Herblno nnd find It the bes mcdlcino for constipation and rajii latlnu tho liver I ever used." 50c Sold by W. 11. Frame. , A I"" oxcuso 's better than none, but tho samo rule doesn't npply to ,,oor relations. We keep in stock tho Warner 151cc-1 trio light globes in 8, 1G and 32 can dle power. Tho best and tho cheapest. WEEKS BROS. Practical Tinners an'd PJumbers. 20f To Home Builders. If you are going to build a home, lot Wm. Tackett mako you n Plan and build your home, by so doing you will save tho archltests fee and get a good homo, just at wnai tno labor and! material costs. At C. A. Sam- raons Lumber Yard.- 2G&S Tho Ardmoreite for all the news. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Mother's Favorite. The toothing and healing proper ties of this remedy, Its pleasant taMo hml prompt nnd permaitent cures havo made It a favorite with people everywhere. It Is especially prized by mothers of small ehlldren, for cold. R " " " iVo n.'Hn a ni no opium or otner narnmu urug, mny he given as confidently to a hah) in- to an adult. For sale by F. J. Ram sey. W. H .Frame and tho Ardmote Drug Co. l-nts of excuses are so thin that you can see through them. .. DoroCarbol Salve. I,. II. (iroach, one of the lending merchant or Charleston. W. Vn . writes: lloro-Cnrbol Salve has work ...1 wnnilni., f, 1 ,i.1 Itnnn frmlti. led for years with Uer.ema and 1 Ill 1.11 V IUI J llllllh 11 . I. b ... .. I used HoroCnrbol Snlve. I am hap py to say that four boxes of HoroCar bol Salvo has cured me .and you miy rofer nnyono to mo." All druggl's keep It. Price 25c. Some men get so used to looking for work that a mere needle in a hay- stuck would bo a cinch. WARNING ORDER. In the United States court in the Indian Territory, Soiihern district. A. I). Class, plalntlll, vs. Mary Glass, defendnnt. No. 0142. Tho defendant. Mary Glass is warn- I .1 t n.i.inn,. 1,1 tlllu Iifllirf 111 thlrtV til IU ti,'vii in i... ' - days nnd answer the complaint ot tho plaintiff, A. D. Glass. Witness, tho Honorable Hoseaj Townsend, Judgo of said district court nno tho seal thereof, this D'h day of Fcbrmwy, 1005. (t,(al) C. M. CAMI'HBM Clerk. I)y W S. CROCKETT, Deputy. Hutlcr & McGIll, attorneys. E. U Dean, attorney for defendnm First published Feb. 10, 1905. NOTICE. 1 Proposed Annexation of Territory to the Town of Sulphur. . Notice Is hereby given that a ptH- tlon Is this day filed in the olll or jthi) clerk of- the United Stntes court I I for the Southern district of tho lnilla i , I Territory, at Ardmore. praying lor an! joi - Jcr of Mown of the said court to annex to the 1 Sulphur Springs all of the I territory within the olllclal townslte and outside of the present corporate ( limits of the said town of Sulphur j Springs, which said property is v. v. y. - & c r v s i i X 75 o 'T. V. 2J 73 W 73 S 73 ? 75 ? -5 JJ Is -5 5 ? T. 'X ir. V. x v. 2c y. 72 X X 73 .. is a S . c f cr. o Notlco Is also hereby given that t! said petition will bo heard by tho said Sail! pOllUUIl Will UU lll'Ulll U) iiiu om I court at tho court Iioiiho In Anlmuro j on tho 27th day of March, 1003, or as on tno 4 in uny oi .Miircn, wo, m u soon therenftur as practicable, anil I 1 that tho said putltton Is now and will i remain until tho paid 27tli day of , j Mnrch 1905, In tho office of tho cleik ' of said court at Ardmore, subject in also bo asked to change tho name us tho said town from Sulphur Springs to Sulphur. C. J. WKHSTEIt, W. O. HARMS, HUG EN IS E. WHITE, Agents for Petitioners February 23, 190.". First published Februrary 24, 1905. Kings and Queens of Burlesque. Durant, I. T., Feb. IS, 1005. I play ed Kings and Queens at my tiouso li night to a woll plcnsed audience. The Tho show Is good from stnrt to finish, a first-class clean attraction as repre sented. 24 J. L. WILLIAMS, Manager. i Kidney complaint kills more peo ; plo than any other disease. This ls now , duo to tho disease being so Insid ious that It gets a good hold on tho h. d. opracnt ot fnta, disease if taken l. tlmo. W. n. Frame. Buy your electric llglit globes from WEEKS BROS. 1 Practical Tinners and Plumbers. 29S1 I Mules for Sale! To Farmers on Fall Time GOOD MULES Well Malched Teams Will pay highest marKet . f Yearling. 1 " J. E. BOWLES Marietta, I. T. Special Sale.,. High-e'rade, made-to-order Suits, Pants and Spring Overcoats. Jno. t'ooner. eeprrnnettg Ullinan t l'o., Chicago's larg est tailors, will inaugurate the lirst of a series of Spring Cut Price Sales in .Ardmore Thursday, Feb. 23 arid ending Saturday.Feb. 25 Everi thing marked in plain figures. T'ne chance of the seaMjn. Don't iimns the sale. 3rd door west City Natl. Bunk ARDMORE TAILORING CO, JSO. COONI-R, Algr. Say! Where do you get good things to eat try us for fresli meats and gro eeries. Phone 235. SANDERS & SCOT! 20C CAST MAIN STHEBT lOUK KLKCTIVK MFK I'OLIfV Under which premiums cease, - . whi(:l1 Pili'S " Hfo income in , ; uusu total pennaneni aisaoio-, mont. lias become so popular mini .soinooi ot our agents win sell no other. Send lor leaflet. A few agents wanted. 1). ItKPMKJLK, Agent i ROBISON OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY EVENING MARCH Lewis Morrison At EVERY Performance of "FAUST" Prices 50, 75, $1.00. $1.50 Children to gallery 2c. On sale at Honner's Drug Store Carriages at 11 p. hi. If ; ' - Prepare your farm to lo more plowing and better plowiinr by using the John Deere or J, I. GaselPlows Every plow we have is the latest improved. We are always the leaders in selling Buggie-,, Hackstand Wagons, and our stock was never better. AKDnORU, INDIAN TURKITORY SELYIDGE BUSINESS COLLEGE: A thoroogti, protlcl trulntne ichool, comtilrln and up lu dle In rrny dfp.-Jn,i vv 0r nd nlBht ichool th ntlr jrrar. Dr paiilla ntlpnil nlwht PCbocI wllbum zti ohartei. Toltlon IIP per month or f 10 fur unlimited tohnlsrnblp. Ilourd 110 to IIHI per month. No mention. ruplU msy enter t ny tlmo. Krery pupil U placed on fit merits or mar adranre ai rapidly aa bla atillltj- will permit. Thnrooirh tralnlnr I ihorteat time countilont with eWclency. Ueferencea Any hank or tiu.lnei nrto l Qalneirllle or Ardmore. For oatnlocan addieia Q 1' BKI.VIPOK. A. M. M, Accn . Treildenl. Ardmare. I T or (ltnnTlll Txiai- TAYLOR & GRIFFIN 1 FOUNDRY, MACHINE ...and... MANUFACTURING CO. 214 Itli Ave. S. W. Two lllocki Kent CoiuprcNM, CALIFORNIA AM) NORTH PACIFIC COAST Very Low Rates in Effect Daily, March I to May 15 litiBilHIill GEO. Bookkeeping and Shorthand 1 together with all the atadlea tirually rmliracvd In n lilKb-i:ailo aii.to-ilatn hulnc coorio. aru tuuicbt muit tburouk'blr iiracilcilly aotl cccMfullT Id Write for cataloguo G. P.SelvidRe, A. M rl. Accts., Pres. SUGGS 0 BERWYN, IND.TER., 7. ....UUALEKS IN.... i Staple and Fancy Groceries, 0i Hardware, Lumber anil all ExctusiveAirentsforthe Celebrated "Lender" Flour. Every Sack guaranteed. Specinl prices gWeu to Merchants on Flonr, Groceries, Etc. HKI5I iiwt i( Pi ftifi wm m im. "Trade with us and be Satisfied." 0 0 Buck's Steel Ranges TIhto is no other stove to fomparc with Buck's Stc0 Kango. There's more of them in use than any other steel rune. Come to onr store ami let us explain their many advantages. The Happy Season fot the plow to start is here Prompt Attention h given to all kinds of repair work on GIN MACHINERY liincs, Boilers. Saw Mills etc. of TMK ,"IANY ROUTES FROTI WHICH TO HAKE YOUR CHOICE Full liilirinatlun ou rnio 't H. IEE, G. P. A. Utile Hock, KtV. J SJIUUPJ. Oklnlioma'Cltjr. O.T. Unlimited Scholarship ?4tf SELVIDGE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Ardmore, I. T. and Gainesville, In & BRO., kinds of Building Material. S -