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VI f Ardmore, Tuesday, January 2, 1006.
THE iAILY nrtDMOREITE. The Largest and Finest line of NEW YEARS GIFTS 5B In the city on display at the ew Jewelry See them before purchasing then COMPARE AND DECIDE WALTER C. DEAN JEWELER AND OPTICIAN 108 WEST MAIN ST. . FINE WATCH REPAIRING ial tin MsTf WITnT,f1fJff in baskets and in glass jars; also a nice lino o fan cy baskets which ar rived too late for the holidays: must close thorn out thoy go ai cost. :: :: :: : CAFE and CONFECTIONER I P lions Number 7f Gets tho H Best Hack Lino in the city. ONLY FIHST 0LA8S TRADE CATEUKD TO. T. E. Choate, Prop. W. P. POLAND LANDS Buys and sells land, makes lease contracts, secures al lotments for citizens, keep first-class surveyor in oflicc work guaranteed. Office over First national uanK CITY GOVERNMENT. Mayor It. W. Dick City Clerk O. II. Bruce, Police. Judgo J. L. Gait Chief of Police Buck Garrett Assssaor and Collector. .W. U. Roberts City Attornoy Caswell Bonnott City Treasurer W. B. Frame Aldermen. First Ward J. 3. McCharen and G. W. Stuart Second Ward J. S. Mullen and l. R. Best Third Ward J. R. Pennington and n. W. Rnndol. Fourth Ward W. A. Gilliam and C. Z. Carter. . . . Committees Finance committee J. It Penning ton, J. S. McCharen and C. D. Carter. Street und alley commlttco I. it Bet-, W. A. Gilliam, R. V?. Rundol and G. W. Stuart. IPollco commltteo G..W. Stuart, W. A. Gilliam and J. S. Mullen. Flra committee W. A. Gilliam, J. It Pennington and C. D. Carter. Waterworks commltteo fj. D. Car (or, I. R. Best and G. W. Stuart Ordinance commlttco J. S. Mullen J. B. McC.hnron and J. R. Pennington. Comeiei committee R. W. Randol W. A. Gilliam and J. S. McCharen, Sanitary commltteo J. S. McCharen J,- S. Mullen and It W. Randol. Improvement committee U. W. Randol, C. D. Carter, I. It Best and O. W. Stuart Street 'commissioner W. E. Ian dram. City physician Dr. J. W. Moffott Scavenger Sllna J. Boyd. Waterworks and sowon.go Inspector Mr. Broadnar. Turkish FSp j 1 Julius Kahirs T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist Phone 4 8 TT.TWa,att3UB&MWeP'WittVi,ZM Fifteenth Anniversary. Arrangements nro being mnilo uy 1 tho Ladles Aid Society of the. First Presbyterian church to hold a froe 1 will offering- oclal Tuesday aftor- noon nnd evening, January 2, nt the mnnso to ceicorato their nfteonth an niversary. Every ono Is Invited to nt teml. Tho Ladles Aid Society of this church Is pno of the oldest aid societies In tho city. Night school Selvldgo Business Col logo begins Monday, Jan. 1. Ho on hand at 7 p. m. 31-G Foley's Honey nnd Tar always stops tho cough and heals tho lungs. Itefuso substitutes. Sold by tho City Drug Store. Chickasaw chapter, United Daugh ters of tho Confederacy, will nioet with Mrs. A. 11. Carter, "Wednesday afternoon at -1 o'clock. led Gross DRUG STORE Tho Druggists that sell wh'nt' you call for Our one rule is No Substitution! PHONE We deliver ati where in the city CROSS DRUG STORE DAY AND NIGHT I havo added a now BAGGAGE WAGON to my Transfer lino nnd am prepared to mako calls prompt ly day and night. Phono 201. STEVE ROWLES 109 West Main : -j- ; -j. PERSONAL NOTES. , 4- ! Win. Franklin; nttorney of Mndill, . is an Ardmoro visitor. Jesse Best has returned to ;lie Stnto University nt Norman. Emll Weiss departed today for Kos ciusko, Miss, to spond n month with friends. Mrs. Wnllrapp and Miss Joslo, moth or and sister of Rev. Jan. O. Wnllrapp, who havo been spending tho holldnyn hero left today fen their homo In ?t. Ixiuls. F. M.Fox loft today for Corpus Chrlstl. Texas, where he will meet his wlfo who has been vlfeltlng In San An tonio. They will reinnln In Corpus Chrlstl for a eouptn of months. Mrs. 15. L. Goodman left yostordiv for Halleyvlllp, where she will attend New Yearv, bull nlven by tho O. It. C. Mis Mia aiid Bertha Booth left this morning for Rowling Groon, Ky, where thoy will resume their stu V -a In Potter College. The young ladles spent the holldayH horo with their paronts, Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Rooth. P. V. Rnbb. a banker of Wynnewood was In tho city Inst nlglfc for tho Elk's ball. J. J. Dabbs of Sulphur spe'nt sev eral hours In tho city today. He states that Sulphur Is building up rnpldly. Commissioner Gullett Is in the city from Tishomingo. Assistant Prosecuting Attonioy C. 0. Rutin has returned from Washing ton. W. I.. Ijine of Hugo Is in the city today on business. Miss Kendall, nn attractive young lady of Wynnowood wns In tho city yesterday. Mrs. Smith of Ronton, mother of Miss Hulon Smith, Is In the city on a visit to her daughter. Miss Essie Rell returned to Ada this morning. J. E. Roll nnd Mrs V. T Tlnll nr Shawnee. Ok., are In the city. Otis Mercer, a well known citizen of Oklnhom.1 City, was In Ardmore last night. Judge Honrd, a well known nttornev of Tishomingo Is In tho city. Mrs. S. M. Torbott nnd children, who havo been In tljo city on a vlsi. to Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Henry Rruce have returned to Ada. Frank Foster, of Ellsworth Knn., nfter a pleasant visit to Ardmore has rrtiirne! home. Ho Is a brother of our esteemed townsman H. E. Foster. J. H. Hlnkle. W. It Mf-ninln nn,i Miss Rrue nnd Mrs. S. H. Wooton of Pauls Valley wpro hero for tho r.lks' danco.Inst evening. Miss I.lllle Comocys or (lalncsvlllo wns In the city last evening. Hugh Cowan of Dallas Is a visitor to the city. Emanuel Lowonsteln Is back from n pleasant visit to Dallas. I Fresh oysters nnd celery dally at i.-uy nan .Mantet. 3-lm Attention, Eagles. A full attendance of tho members of Ardmoro Aorlc of Eagles Is re quested Wednesday pvonlng, when tho installation of ofilrers will bo held. All elective officers will pleaso he present promptly nt' 7:30 p. m. T. C. I1RIDGMAN, Sccretary Prinor hnnclnir nml n.ilntlnn- Ti,nnn f I C73. " ; ' The'Ilttle c, -.Ur. nnd-Mrs. Chas. , Mllner. who has1 been sick for thn past few days 'Is reported as bolng , , graatly Improved. The child, It Is , j said, wns threatened with diphtheria. ' $5, S10 and $2C coupon books at this office.. j vTho Carpentors' Union will glvo a , smoker at Labor Hall Wednesday ; 1 evening. January 3rd, nt which all members of aH'othor unions are Invlt- ed to attend. 20-4 Phono G7J for r. painter. 31-C I Night school Selvldgo Business Col logo begins Monday, Jan. 1. Do on linnd at 7 p. in. 31-0 Among the U. F's. Tho Knights of Pythias lodgo of this city Is making arrangements to Install officers on noxt Thursday night. Tho Installation services will bo of a public nature nnd tho local lodge cordially Invites their many friends to lie present on tho occasion. Mr. Lnwrenco McCarty, ono of tho oldest Knights in tho country, and who Is also ono of tho host Informed men on the subject of Pyhlanlsm, will make an address on tho cood of tho ordor: Thinks Statehood Sure, Hon. W. M. F.anklin of Mndill was In the city today on legal business. Mr. Franklin was ono of tho last del egates to leavo Washington and Is very confldont that a statehood mea sure will bo passed at tho coming ses sion of congress. Ho stated that Just boforo Romo of tho delegates departed Y.-"i Waihlngton thoy mndo a final tall on tho president who took occa sion to stnto Jn nnswor to a question propounded by ono Of the delegntcs as to tho chances of statohood that statehood In his opinion, was certain this winter. Rut the most significant statoment tho president made, stated Mr; Franklin, was Uto fact that If statehood was denied by congress ho would call a special hcbsIoii of con gross to consider tho matter of stato hood. Tho fact that President Roose velt Is committed so strongly to tho causo of statehood for Indian Terri tory mndo a deep Impression on tho delegation who fool suro that union with Oklahoma will bo provided for shortly. Coupon books at this ofllco, $5, $10 and $20 sizes. McCall Resigns Presidency.' New York, Jan. 1. It is asserted that John A. .McCall, resigned tno presidency of iho Now York Llfo In miranco company, Snturday, and hh resignation wns accoptod. An dfllco is tho glue that makes a nrlltlclan stick to his party. HUMPHREY AND COLBERT SECRET COMPACT SAID TO EXIST BETWEEN THEM. To Further Each Others Political Am bltlons If Humphrey Is Appoint teel He Is to Shield Colbert In Tishomingo Rank Charges. Washington, Dec. Jan. 2. Special.) Among the charges on fllo ngninst tho Hon. James Humphrey of Ard more, candidate to succeed W. R. Johnson as United Stnlos Attorney for Southern district Is that ho nnd Col bert nro In ti deal whereby both are to further each others pollltlcal ambi tions and that Humphrey In event of nppolntment, Is to make It possible for Colbert to escnpo conviction of wrecking the Tishomingo bank, etc. This Is one explanation offered of Colborfs midden dosertlon of Carr, and support of Humphrey, nnd his ac tion of calling together tin1 republican executive committee of the Southern district In the dead of night, nnd on doming Humphrey. COMMISSIONER'S COURT. Geo. Love is on Trial Charged With Killing Tom Williams. In the United States commissioner's court today, the case of Postmaster Ceo. Love charged with killing Tom Williams Is being tried. At tho pre lemtnary hearing this morning quite n number of witnesses wero examin ed. It is remembered that Love shot nnd killed Williams at Wilson nnd It Is alleged that the deed was done in Bclf defense. lvo bears nn excellent reputation and lias many friends In his section. Ho la postmaxter nt Wil son. The case will probably consume the entlro day. Commissioner Oullett. of Tishomingo Is presiding In tho r.b sonco of Judge Robnott who Is n Washington on a political mls.-tloi Tho government Is represented In the trinl by Assistant Runn, while Col Stlllwell H. Russell represents lie defendants. There nro a lnrgo number of wit nossrs in tho cano and tho trial Is attracting attention bocauBO of the prominence of tho parties. WANTED A shoo makor on per cent. Apply to J. E. l.oonoy. 2-3t Titer" was a docllne of saverai 1 polnta In the local cotton market lo-lv.-and street prices went down i"v-.; . , Ingly. A lartre number of wim sses am In tho .city uttendlnn court Tho increas ed attendance of witnesses over the last term of court Is because of th net that tho criminal docket Is bi'ing" tried. Tho public schools opened today nf ter a few day's holiday nnd despite tho inclemont weather thcro was a largo attendance. Prof. Evans re ports that Uip schools are setting along nicely nnd that there hah been Httlo complaint from any source. Asslstnnt United States District At torney C. O. Runn came In from Wash Ington last night whore ho hns been for tho past two weeks having gone thero to pross his candidacy for at tornoy to F.cceod Mr. Johnson. t may bo said that ho If) very confident of success nnd belloves that he will bo appointed to the place. Mr. Runn has made n good .record as an assistant attorney which fact his friends point to with pride. G. W. Holder Dead. News wns received in Ardmore this, morning to tho effect that G. W. Hol der a merchant at Dougherty died this morning. Some tlmo ago ho was, shot but It would ndt bo learned' whether his wounds wero responsible for his demise. Mr. Holder wns a member of tho Modern Woodmen of America. Tho funeral will tnko pJaco In this city tomorrow, following tho nrrlvnl of tho noon Santa Fe train. The local mom T)ers o tho Modorn Woodmen lodgo aro requostetl to nttond tho funeral Interment will tnko place In Roso Hill cemetery. In tho United States court this morning Judgo Townsend nppolntod Floronco McGco of this clt yand R. 1 McCrary of Elk, notaries. Tho Lincoln Republican club will meet in regulnr session tonight nt tho court house nnd a full attendanco Is desired. Remember tho mooting of tho Com ni.srclal club tonight. Tho annual olectlon of tho directors will tnko placo and a full attendance Is desired. Remember tho tlmo and placo. Clt hall. It Is difficult to euro a cough or frco yourself from tho discomforts of a cold unless you movo tho bowels. Bee's Lflxatlvo Honey and Tar acta on tho bowels and drives all cold out of tho system. For croup, whooping cough, colds, and all lung and bron chial affections,, no remedy Is equal to tho original Bee's Iaxatlvo Honey and Tar. A Liquid Cold Cure. Sold by City Drug Store. WARNING ORDER. In the United States Court In tho Indian Territory, Southorn District: Emma Allen, plaintiff, vs. Nathan Allen, defendant. No. G4S5. Tho dofendant, Nathan Allen, Is warned to appear In this court In thir ty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Emma Allen. Witness tho Hon. Hosea Townsend, Judge of said Court, and the seal thorcof, this 29th day of Decombor, 1905. C. W. CAMPBELL, Clerk. (Seal) By W. S. CROCKETT, Deputy. Pottorf & Walker, nttornoys. Attornoy for non-rosldcnt, W, F. Riw man. First published Dec. 29, 1905. Every tlmo history repeats ItselT tho book agent gets busy. miBiiujsLiUMmicCTi GET DOWN TO BUSINESS! '"''-gatgTjrgnBWBBLijiiLiujLiu iiii mm.. . ,. f ynirfnimmrtm Christmas Is Over Our fhi.'f offering no.v is good, solid, heavy, durable, sty lish Boots and .Shoua for whiter. High shoes $2 50 to $3.00 Hllc Skin, high laco Boots, vitalized solos, inch tops, water proof, u, big bargain at Wo have tho best lino of Ladies', Misses' and C hildron's hlioes wo liavo ever boon aWo to ri n ) place boforn tho people. Prices. ..$l.DutO$0,OU LYNN, The Shoe Man, ROBISON'S OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY JHURS DAY, Tho Most Powerful Melo drama c f the day The Convicts A Metropolitan Production A Piny Hint Ti nehin tho Heart I'rt'noiilcd by n A Specially SMcrtrrl Company A Wealth of DcRutiful Scenery and Ejects Onnhilnlnj: Mnny Nou- unci Novel Hen Hitlomit nnd Mechnnlcal I'ftvem nut Situations, Daughter Reserved seats will bo plnccd on silo one week before dine in this city at Bonner s Drug Store PRIO .S - - 75, SO AND 25 CENTS .V.,n,n Sec v etc Soviet! os MASONIC. A. F. and A. M. jr Ardmoro loilto No, 151 A. 7, iJiLft A. M. Regular mooting on or boforo tho full moon In 'r each month t 7:30 o'clock. Masonic tomplo. A. EDDLEMAN, W .11. Q. H. BRUCE, Sec. n. a. m. Ardmord chapter R, A M No. 11. Regular meet lag second Tuesday night in each month at 7:30 o' clocli. Maoulc tomplo. O. H. BRUCE, H.P J h. qjs:, Secrotary COUNCIL R. & 8. M. Ardmoro Council of R. & S. M, u. d. stnted assembly first Thursday each month nt 7:30 p, m Masonic Tomnle. ROBT. II. HENRY, T. I. M. G. II. BRUCE, Recorder. KnlflhU Templar. Ardmoro commendery Ho C .K. T. mcetn flrtt Mnn-kT In ovory month. A. II. PALMER. E. O. G. n. BRUCE, Rocordor. K. Of Pi Myrtle lodgo No. 7, Knights of Pythias meot In Castla Hall. '?if&kfi every Thursday evenlnjj WILL SALISBURY. C. C. FRANK BERRYHILL. K. of R. &. S M1. W. A. Meets In regu lar session every Mouday night In K. of P. hall. U. T. REXROAr V. C. D. W. BUTCHER, Clork. I, O. R. M. Washita trlba No. 33, Improved Ordor of Red (men moots In Odd Fol lows' hall every Wsdnoa day night at 7:30 o'clock J. F. SON. Stcbem. D. T. NISBETT, 0. of R. tviwimtnumniTa 8 .$7.50 E. Main St. JANUARY 4 THE ARRIVAL 0 F THE NEW YEAR ! fthoulil rntnlnd you th.it you nhoiild mnku a Rood rosiilatloa to put your cnrrlngi-H, trucks nnd fnrro u-ngonn, plnwn and har row In cood worklni; order and Una trim for onitulnxyuar, .V economically nt D. E. ALLEN Phone 79J The Finest Ilorxo Hhoelni; nnd Rubber Tiro WOTK I1 City ODD FELLOWS. Ardmoro lodro Mn 9. I. O. O. Y., moots OTerji Tucsdnv nlirhf mt 11,1.1 follows hall 7: aO o.cleck, FRED HATNIE, N. O. I. R. MASON. Secretary. encampment. Iudianola Encampment .10 I. O. O. F. msets every Friday night at Odd Fel Iowa hall at 7:30 o'clock. W. W. TALIAFERRO. Chief PttrUrch. D. T. NISBETT, Scribe. Ardmoro Robeknn Idgo No. 20, I. O. O. F., moot3 ovory Thursday night In I 0. O F. Hall. LilJIo Iwonetoln, N. Q 1. R. Mason, Sec. samon. Canton, Ardmoro No. 4, Patriarch MlllUnt. I. O. O. F., has regular meet lng on first and third Monday nlghta In each month. WM. DEVENEY, Com. D. T. NISBETT, Clerk. K, of P. nail. Ardmore Aorto No. S87 F. O. E. Meets eyery Wcdn'day'at 1:30 p. m. m T. C. BRIDGMAN, W. Sec. A. O. U. W. ,l-9v-,' . Ardmoro Lodge, No. 41, a meets regular ovsry first ij and third Wednesday nlghta at K. of P. ball. W. R. ROBERTS, M. W. A. LOWENSTEIN, Rocordor. Lady Maccabees. liollo of tno Prairie hive No. 1, Ladles ot tho Maccabees meets on the first Wednesday af ternoon In each month In tho OJd Follows hall. MRS. SUSAN MASON. I-ady Commander. MRS. B. M. O OFF, Keoptr ot Records. Night school Selvldgo Business Co' logo begins Monday Jan. 1. Bo on hand nt 7 p. m. ",1-tl 9e, a