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THE DAILY ARDMOEITK.
Ariimari, Tuesday, January 16, 1906. Robison's Opera House THURSDAY, JAM, 18 Have a Laug WITH GOOD SEATS AT 750TS. AND GILBERT In tho Mimical t'omeilr lilt "HansanNix" IIIO I'OI'l l.KH CAST The Sonc Hits: (Jwn ora,r- lllilTl Ulrls", "My C'iiIk I.lttln Clilliimn". ' Bolillorn", "Hliimbor On" "Batlsfactliin to Mo ', "Fatherland " TicKcts 35, 50, 75 and $1.00 I I rat (our row $1.04, ImLmrn of loner lloor Wo. (Inllury 39 anil .V)i' Home Pleasures nro greatly incronscd by the presence of A Good Piano If you haven't ono you aro miss ing one of tho good things of lifo -music. Suppose you stop in and hear some of our pianos played. The boautiful tones will make you long for such an in strument in your home. And our moderate prices and liberal terms will enable yon to do so without tho slightest inconve nienco. Itstahllsliod 183.1 E. B. LUKE Ariluiore, 1. T 1 Piano Tuning I am a specialist in my lino from Dallas, Texas. I re pair and repolish Pianos, making them as nice as new; also furniture. R. L. SMITH (i2l) A St., N. W. IMionc n.8 BIG BARGAIN A block of lind'ou McLish Avenue - tho Jbest portion of Ardmoro will be sold cheap. See mo at Lynn's Shoe storo, Jan. 15, 10, 17. JOHN COLSON R. F. D. No. 6 Baldwin, Mlsi. I., O. Fousk, Pre. Organised ISiTI The Fidelity Mutual Lite Insurance Company TELEGRAM Philadelphia, Jnn. , 1906. Mr. Jin. T. llurns.Oen. Agt., Ardmore, I.T., "Paid business nearly twenty. two millions! not Increase nix millions: nKots over ten million are hundred thousand, with favorable ration throughout. L. (I. Kousu, Pres. This l the company Hint sells self paying ll(e Insurance, Jas. T. Burns, Gen. Act. Otlloei over llonner's, ArdnioJe, I T, TALIAFERRO'8. Undertaking and Embalming. North of Ardiiorelte, North Washing ton street. Phono 341 and 433. goboeh SKIN COMFORT Ramsey's Witch Hazel IJalm is everybody's friend during tho chnp season. You aro sura to have rough, chapped and irri ated skin some time during several months to come, why not 'iave a remedy at hand that is quick and certain 1o relieve. Ramsey's Witch Hazel Balm is f or cold cream, is mdro easily applied and leaves tho hands freo from grease or sticki ness. It is daintily perfumed and goes so far that tho'cost is not worth considering, Price 15JCents F. J. Ramsey, Druggist Telephone Number 30 The next time you want to brighten up a piece of Furniture try JAP-A-LAC You will find it the best yet, easy to apply and perfect in every respect. It can be used in a hundred and one different ways. Comes in all varnish colors and in different size cans. We always have Jap-a-Lac in stocK. J. B. WALL, the Druggist Huyler's Candies AH Stoves Burn Out or CracR REPAIRS For any make of stoves, coal or wood, heating or cooking. Will como to your house and do the work, or wo will swap you out o your old stove. HALL HILLIS The House Furnishers For Sale No. C Remington, lino condition. No. 4 Donsmoro, Just llko now. No. 2 Oliver, ns good ns a Inter model. "Tho World's Host Typewriter," tho Smlth-l'romlor. C. A. Opplt ger, salesman. l'lnco your property In our hands to rent or sell and wo will snvo you money. JOINER & KELLER, 1 l-tt Postolllco building. Tickets on sale Wednesday for Hans an' Nix. 1G-2 Houses for Bale and lots almost given nway. Sco Jolnor & Keller, l'ostotllco building. 14-tf Phono SOG for feed, cotton seed meal and hulls. 23-tt Everything you eat will tnsto poo and do good If you tnko Ring's Dys pepsin Tablets. Sold by City Drug Storo. Phono 78 for closed carriage any hour. Cartor & King. 13-lm If It's a nice sulto of office rooms you want, sco R. W. Rnndol. Gtf The following havo been ndded to tho petit Jury to fill tho place of ex cused Jurors: J. H. Aloxnndor, James Weston, E. E. Mooro, J. V. Myers, W. J. Thompson, Davo Mnys, Will Mays, Frank Hnrgls, Frank Helvoy, J. M. McCnrty and Chas. Williams. Notice to Property Owners. Do you want a flrst-clnss Job of cc- mont wnlks, collar floors, curb and gutter combined, storm cellar? Do you want a nlco Job of coping dona at comotory? I havo spent twenty years at conicnt work. I havo com petent workmon I brought with mo. I will nlso bring four moro famlllos to your city. I havo bought proporty hero and havo como to stay. I will glvo you any color of work you want. Phono No. cso. 2C-tf J, W. Flolder. linns an' Nix, Thursday night 1C2 Caddo and Main Streets THE NEW VARNISH Telephone No. 104 WANTED. WANTED A capablo white woman to work. Apply Carter's Rooming House, 113 A street, northwest. 11-3 WANTED A cook. Apply .Mrs. C. A, Samiuous nt Mrs. T. Y. Morgan's. 14-3 WANTED To buy second hand Bug nr, bran, corn, chops, and oat sacks. Phono BSD. Ardmoro Wholcsalo Grain Co. 14G WANTED Mon to learn barber trndo. Our facilities cannot bo equalled, tifidy practlco, caroful Instructions, tools' and positions waiting. Monoy earned from start. Dig wages to graduates. Just tho season to begin. Wrlto nearest branch. Molor Bnrbor College, Fort Worth or Dallas, Tox. 14-0 WANTED- Clonn whlto rag3 nt Ard morolto ofllce. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Two rooms nt 328 Droadway, convenient to boarding houses or for light houso-kooplng. 11-3 FOR SALE. FOR SALE Ono flvo room house an I ono four-room houso closo in, two i.Ico homos. Call at Ar:nnroIto if flee. 7tf FOR SAJ.E DoiiRlas. Central hotol S. M. 22-tf FOR SALE A surroy In good coali tion, splendid mnko. Apply to Don Lacy. t3tf LOST. IXST A link mothcr-or-pearl cuff button. Flndor loavo at Ardmorolto olllce. . Woodmen Circle. Thoro will bo a call mooting of tho Clrclo Tuo3day owning nt 7:30 for tho Initiation of now mombors nnd olhor busluoss. All aro urged to bo present. MRS. A E Cl'RTIS. Ouard. MRS. T II STURGEON, Clerk M 1 j HENRY FURMAN'S DEMOCRACY. Says Leaders Should See That Cor porations do not Write Constitution. Judge Henry M. Furmnn of Ada who Is In tho city ntlondlng the January term of fetlernl court Is very hopoful of tavornblo statehood legislation nnd In discussing tho quostlon of what no tion tho democratic lenders should tnko, said: "Tho leaders of tho Democrat!' pary must sco to It V. 'orporntlo:i do not wrlto tho co- ...tilon and r not permitted to dl the nomlnt of tho party, but ' tho constitution Is written In the I ,; est of thi! entlro pcoplo and that all cnndldatos shall bo nomlnntod by tho peoplo nnd not by a special fow. Tho party should protect and encourngo useful aud nec essary corporations that aro honestly nnd legitimately conducted but all corporations should bo required keep out of politics and obey tho law. If wo expect tho peoplo to trust us wo must first trust thom, nnd do all In our power to get nil classes o pouplo to take n personal lntorest In tho discussion and settlomont of pub He questions and In tho nomination of all cnndldatos for office. Tills enn ho best ncconipllshed by following tho extinple set 1 nthe Southern stntos of nominating all cnndldatos from' United States senators down to constnhlo In primary elections. Scheming polltl clnns can deceive and Uo up conven Hons and hoodlcrs can purchase dele. gates nnd members of tho legislature and defeat tho peoples choice. But this cannot bo done In n promnry oloc Hon. Thero nro no dark horses then because dark practices arc shut out, Tho primary election plan will force candidates to discuss public questions before the people. Intriguing polltl clnns nnd hoodlcrs will to a man insist upon the convention plan and oppose primary elections. But tho pcoplo will punish nil such tricksters with polltl cal death. I know enough nbout pub He scntlmcn In Oklahoma and Indian Territory to be certain that this will happen. With n few possible excop lions nil of the better class of our most prominent democrats favor the primary election plan. The pcoplo arc practically n unit In demanding It They do not propose to bo hugged with ono nrm and stabbed with tho other, I will also say that our peoplo should bo urged to support their party pa pers. Wo will need them In tho dls ciisslon of public questions and should remember that It takes paid up sub scrlptlons to support newspapers. The better support wo glvo our party pa' pers, tho better they will become, Every Democrat should bo urged to subscribe and pay for Democratic pa pers." Tickets on salo Wednesday for Hans nn' Nix. 1G-2 Notice. , Tho annual meeting of the stock' holders of tho Indian Trading Co. will ho held at their offlco In Hickory, I T on Wednesday, January 31, nt 8 o'clock p. m. for tho transaction of nil busluoss which may como before It, nnd for the election of officers for tho ensuing year. 10 T. A. MARTIN. President. United States Court. In tho United States court yestor day the case of Walton Davis, a full blood Indian, charged with arson, was called for trial. It was alleged that Davis, while drunk, set flro to Joe Jamison's homo northwest of town Tho placo was destroyed and Davis who Is tho grandson of Jamison ar rested ehnrged with tho offense, There wore several witnesses and It wns shown thnt Davis wns In tho hab it of getting drunk nnd creating n disturbance nt tho Jamison house. It required an Interpreter In tho case, hut the guilt of Davis was clear ly ostabllshed. Tho Jury did not ns' sess tho punishment. CITIZENSHIP. If you claim citizenship rights nd nro not on tho rolls or havo business befaro the Interior department, wrlto Immediately to W. W. Wright, regis tered attorney, Corcoran building, Washington, D. C. . 24 Hon A. C. Cruco left for Washing ton last night In tho interest of court cltfzcns. He expects to bo absent for somo time. When It comes to fight ing court cases no one Is better equip ped than Mr. Cruce. HOME FOR SALE You should sco P. P. Kearney If ou want to buy a nlco home. lOtf W. P. Poland, J. B. Wall, Geo. Crl- nor nnd Mlko Gorman departed for tho Choctaw nntlon where thoy go o spend a fow days In search of big gamo. The party Is well equipped In tho ammunition lino nnd expect to break tho record In killing gamo on this trip. Ardmoro Wall Papor company, ox- cluslvo dealers In wall paper and paints. 115 A St., northwest. 14-3 Seo Joiner & Keller for real estate ' 3'cfllct building. 14-tf Seedtime Harvest follows Seedtime; likewise Riches follow tho opening of a Savings Account. Havo you one with us at -i per cent compounded twice a year. Come in and make a deposit of ono dollar and get one of our interest paying Savings Banks. r Ardmore Loan and Trust Co. CITY COUNCIL MEETING. Establish Improvement Districts for Purposes of Paving, Etc. The city council met last night with Mayor Dick presiding, and all the al dermen present except Randol nnd Pennington. Tho chairman of tho Arc committee on the recommendation of Hint com mittee recommended to tho council that anothor paid flroman bo ndded to tho flro dopartmont, which rccom mondntlon was nccoptcd nnd passed by tho council. A petition wns prosented to the council bearing tho names of proporty owners of tho city nnd hav ing tho endorsement of tho Improve ment committee to tho effect thnt tho city council tnko such steps ns aro authorized by law to designate nn Im provement district to bo Known ns Improvement District No. 1, for tho purposo of paving streets, putllng In curbs, gutters nnd sldownlks, In said District Number 1, described as fol lows: nil of Main street from the right of way of the C R. I. & P. R. R. Co., on East Mnln street to E street on West. Mnln street. All of A street S. E. from Hlnklo street ao Broad way N. B. All of Mill street S. E. from 1st avenue to Broadway N E. All of Washington street from' 1st nvcnuo to Broadway N. E. All of A street S. W. from 1st nvenuo to Broadway N. W. All of B street S. W. from 1st nvenuc N. W. All of C street S. W. from 1st nvenue to Broadway N. W. All of D street S. W. from 1st nvenue to Broad way N. E. All of E street S. W. from 1st avenue to Broadway N. W. After n deal of discussion this peti tion wns placed before tho council In tho for mof a motion nnd wns pasicd unil nn ordinance ordered printed to thnt effect. A petition wns then presented to tho council bearing the names of real cs tato owners on D street northwest, pe titioning tho council to tnke such steps as aro authorized by law to designate nn Improvement district to bo known as Improvement District No. 2 for tho purposo of putting In sidewalks In said District No. 2, do scribed ns follows: On D street N. W. from 10th nvenuo to Broadway. Tills district will tako In tho street which runs north to Hargrove Heights and south to Main street. An ordinance was passed and order cd printed to that effect. Aftor passing tho usual number of bills the council adjourned. Hans an' Nix, Thursday night. 1C-: Thrashed Cotton. Among tho cotton receipts yester day wero several bales of thrashed cotton, which tho cotton buyers say nro hnrdly worth tho bagging and ties which aro on Ihcm. Tlieso bales brought nbout two conts per pound. Cotton buyers and others who should bo posted on this subject say that tho thrashing of cotton is a tiseloss vasto of the fleecy staplo as It practically ruins It for manufacturing purposes, nnd thnt If tho cotton was left alono J the half open bolls would opon of their , own nccord. Thoy ndvlso tho fnrmers to lot tho cotton romnln In the fields until It opons. Hans an' Nix, Thursday night. 16-2 Havo you tried Ed's snow flake rroani broad nnd snow flnko mother's bread? If not, call for It. Havo Ed's wagon to stop. 30-tf ED'S BAKERY. J. H. Humphroy and W. C. Kendall have formed n partnership In the real cstato and land business and havo opened nn offlco In tho Robinson building on Mnln streot west of tho court house. Whllo Mr. Kendall, has not retired from tho grocory business he hns turned tho store over to Vic- or H. Williams and E. C. Jeffreys who hnvo been connected with hlra for somo time. Theso young men are both experienced In tho grocory business and havo many friends In the city who wish them succoss. rickets on snlo Wednesday for Hans nn' Nix. 1C-2 Tho flro boys nro selling tickets for heir entortnlumont, to bo given to "Ight nt tho opora houso. Tho on on- rtntutnent la for tho bonoflt of tho flro boys Ijy tho Grldloy entortalnors, and Harvest Typewriter Repairing Tho Smith-Premier man can ro pair any mako of typewriter, and guarantees the work. Tolophono 142. Mules for Sale At Marietta, I. T. Thirty nice, fat, smooth, young broke mules, will sell to farmers on next fall time, for well secured uotes Coca Down and See Them Yours for good farm mules, WESTI1EIMER & BOWLES REAL ESTATE SPECIALS Uoomlni; house or hotel, 1 rms' water nnd sower connection, alio 6 room cottage, both $2250. i room cottage, well Improved lot, cood location, $700: one-halt canb, balance (10 a month. Hoslrable building sites near Hargrove, $.00 to $700. 5 room dwelling close In $1300. i room dwolllng closo In. $1000. If you want to buy cltr property be suro and seo my list. 0. M. RED FE ELD I A White Man's Restaurant CONDUCTED BY White People Best Cuisine In Town For Sale Four room house and nlco lot, close In, half cash and easy terms on balance, ch0lP'- $1,000 Sevon room houso In good location, servant's houso, good barn and fruit. Lot 150x229 foot, a bargain nt $3,600, but If sold In a reasonable lougth or time, will ,ak0 -- SJ.000 Bonie good residence property In E. Ardmore on easy terms. Money to loan on Intermarried sur Plus. W. S. SMITH See us for bargains In all kinds of HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE 5 room house, 2 large lots, good orchard, West Ardmore, Price liooo, on easy terms. New 4 room bouse, barn, woll, or chard, $IM0, easy payments, Lot l&OxlM, large barn on W. Mala Street, prlco $7&o. Choice lot In Houthwust Ardmore, 150x200, 3 room house, $mo. Kemp $ Rollins Insurance and Money to loan, 8 per ct N. Washlnton St. Phone 370 111 ill