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Ardmore, Tuestfsy. January 30. 1906.
THE DAILY IMUDMORETTE. FIVE WATCHES! WATCHES! The most complete line in the city. Solid Gold 20 and 25 year cases, and all grades of movements from 7 to 21 jewels JEWELER "I WALTER Fine Watch Repairing aSpecialty KAHN'S FOUNTAIN is in full Llast! You'll Hud here nil the fjood drinks ut other fountains b sides all tho new drinks, We servo COCA COLA just as we get it- fresh. A big shibment of fresh can dies every week. J. H. KAHN W. T. NIXON For Reliable Watch and ClocK Repairing and Respectable En Braving COLEMAN BROS. Drugs, Jewelry, Stationery Phone 265 P hone Number 70 Gets the Best Hack Lino in tho city. ONLY FIRST CLASS TBADK CATBBED TO, T. E. Choate. Prop. For Carriage or Baggage ARDMORE TRANSFER CO. The high character or our prcacrlp tlon service Insures you purity of in credlcnts, accuracy In compounding ( and reasonable prices if you brine your prescriptions to us. 28 F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist. It la a pleasure to talto Dr. Dado's Little Uver Pills and enjoy their tonio effect upon the liver. Sold by City Drug Store. " Coupon books at this office, J5, $10 and $20 sites. CO YEARS' EXPERIENCE I'JMM lJBSSSSSSSSSSSSvnM- ml m n K x DtBIGNB Copyrights &c. lent twi, dldnl "K'ncr for u nn i ritenti takrn through Mann ft Co. rcclv Scientific JWimcaii. ssssmssjsssi c. o. outran PHONE 74 CARTER & CANNON, agents I'nmmerclal Union Aornoo Company otLondon, England j-SStme luHursnoe Company of Lo-don. Knsl.nU qoeen I nauranco Company of New York ?noxrinB,.Nn0o:coip.nyU! Orient Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn Oeraan AlUancB Inaursnce Company ot New York OoSnr TAoctdent and Guarantee Corporation Prudential Life Inanrance Company hi.,, riio.. rvimnanr nm JOI.W ' "-"Vir. jTl.kl. of MaitaobUBetti, Liverpool. London aSSSoY. London Eaiobe of Llrerpool opfioa in cu(ir!-oo blob. ov T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist Phone 4 C. DEAN Lhi 4 doors West City Nafl BanK BROWN &. DRlDQMAN. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Licensed Open Day and Night. Phone 83, Hear Homer T Wilson, Tonight. FOR SALE BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK Chicken anil KitK PLAIN VIEW FARM Felix J. Klni;. Prop. Telephone 37i IF YOUR Elf are put up right they will do you good We rut them up physician as the directs and intends they should be put up. We are superior compounders of any physician's prescriptions. RED CROSS DRUG STORE Free delivery any where in the city until 10 o'clock ev ery night. We are Druggists, notDoc-, tors. We never prescribe. HAL CAflHOH llr,l,lla,i nf Phll.,1lnhl. Hnrlncrfl eld I J r. o rHONC 224 109 West Main OPEN fitlll PT?P3nWAT MHTKC An T. M Dumas or Mndlll Is hero. J. K Pattou of Knoxvlllo Is In the city. Mnt Wolf of Davis was hero lau night. Joe H. Simpson of DnllaB Is In tho city. J. W. Maxwell of Dallas Is In the city. .1. W. Hooker Is In tho city from Purccll. W. D. Potior came In from .Marietta thliv morning. ; W B. .Johnson Is back from Pauls Valley. Thomas Vincent Is 'In tho city from Norman. 1). I Jllnckninn of Corslcnnn Is '!i thttttty. J. W. Frcodman of Mndlll ,was In the. city last night. U T. Hussoll of Anndarko Is In tho city on business. W A. Whitman of Cleburne was in the cltv last nlcbi J .1 Dabbs Is In tho city from Sul phur to spend n few days. Is In the city to nccqpt a position with that compay nt this place. R. II. Hombrick, formerly with the Postal Telegraph Co. nt Ft. Worth, O. T. Gregory departed last night for Chlrago where he rocs on busi noss. James It. Jones bus returned from a visit to his father, A. X Jones, at Ijucsbut'K, Toxns. A. V. Undell, manager of tho Swllt & Co. office at this place, went no-th this afternoon on business. II. IT. Pennington, formerly of this place, who has charge of tho compress at Chlckasha, Is In the city on bus Iness. W. F. Gilmer, formerly of this place, Is '.n tho city on business. Mr. Clllmer stnted that be would open his noWho t-I nt Durnnt Thurfdny morning. Sum Kiihn was nero yesterday from Gainesville. Deputy Bridges of Tishomingo was In the city today. I j. C. Brown and wife are In the city from Davis on business. Mr. and Mrs. Valter Mullen came In from the south this morning. P. IJ. Adams went to Davis today on busncss for Tyler ,t Simpson C Zan Williams of the , Pennington (Irocery Co.. went to Berwyn today In (bo Interest o' liL- tnmpany. Ernest Fuller, the noted Oklahoma City harness maker Is In tho city I and has nccr-ptcd a position with .1. B. l.ooney & Co. To.th Public. . Please take notice that I o treal ments only nt my plnco o' buslnest. Room 7, Xoble building, nnd havo no agents cnnvasslng the town as has been represented. MISS PADDOCK. Probably tlu' la.gest Shrlncr's em blem over brought to Ardmoro Is on exhibition at W. C. Ht-an's Jewelry store. It Is the property of Constablo Robt. Hutchlns and he prizes It very highly. Tho emblem Is handsomely mounted In gold. Tho tusks wcro ta ken from two wild boars caught by Mr. Hutchlns in the Arbuckle moun tains and arc unique In nppcarnnre, Tho badgo measures six inches in di nincter and is a beautiful one. Mr, Hutchlns will wear It for the first time on Mio occasion of tho ShrlnerV conclave at Oklahoma City noxt month when a large class will bo Initiated. Mr. and Mrs. Granvlllo M. Hodges have moved back from Check and will make Ardmoro Uiolr. home. Mr. Hodges hns purchased an Interest In the dry goods house of F. S. Hyden. Cows. Cows. Lane llros. have a few fresh milk cows for sale. Call at grocery store between 1 ind 3 p. m. 30-C The disappointed office seekers will return to Ardmoro this week after a strenuous campaign In Washington of ( sovernl weeks. Judge, Robnett had Mc- j Oulro behind him In tho fight for the nmrshnlshlp. whllo C. D. Wortham had a portion of tho Kansas delegation to- back him up. The matter of pat ronage having hecn settled tho organ ization will not bo worreld with of- flco seekers. QUEEN OF THE PANTRY. You'll find this fine Mour at J. A. Sklpworth's. '" 30-3 FOR HORSE MILLINERY AND MULE JEWELRY SEE - LOONEY &. AUSTIN. Opposite Postofflce. 1t Attention Presbyterians. Mrs. Harry Williams, .field secreta ry of Woman's Board of Home Mis sions of the Presbyterian church, will deliver a lecture In tho Cumberland Presbytelnn church tomorrow (Wed nesday) afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, to tho Woman's Missionary Society, and ngafn nt tho same place nt 7:30 to n gcnoraJ audience. . All nre cordlajly Invited to atterii those lectures. INCREASE IN POPULATION. ncrease of Over 4000 In Past Two Years Many New Comers. An Indication of the growth of it town Is best reflected In the Increase In population. This Is the best cri terion to go by. Tho uew directory being compiled by W. C. Itcavca of this city will show n substantial In crease In tho population over two 3oars ago when tho last directory wns gotten out. Ho states Hint the In crease win bo surprising. Mr. Heaves has been working on the figures nnd states that so far the number will run to 14,896. Mr, Heaves says , that, the popula tlon of Ardmoro Is (slightly In eveess of 1(5,000 and Is of the opinion that slnco. the directory 'was closed for enrollment, nt least six new families have, come to Ardmore nnd that new comers are mottling hero nil tho time Perhapn the greatest Increase, be thinks, wart made within the past year or during 1905. He state that the nonulallon has steadily Increased all tho time and If It continues nt tin1 prosont rate Ardmoro can count on 20,000 within the next three years And while tho town hns mude great strides In population tho fact must not be overlooked that very few families havo moved from tho town. Mr, Reaves slates that during the past two yonrs more houses were built than during nny similar jierlod In the history of the tuwn. And while hun dreds of houses havo sprung up It Is discovered that there arc none va cant; the demand for residences In the spring of 190. equaled any pre vious demand for house In many years. The Incoming imputation Is a happy homogeneous ono nnd It Is Im bued with the Idea that Ardmoro Is tho greatest town ot Its slzo In the country, offering greater Inducements lo new comers than nny place under the Min. It Is pointed out Hint all linos or hunltifH "hns materially Increased, Hint the volume or business during the past two years has been greater than any corn-spending two years. It must lie borne In mind that Ardmore has not depended upon artificial meaivi for Its success nor has there bean Mr: slightest Indication of a boom. The growth hns b ' ''r nature that must be very flat:eiltt:; U f e people. Tho Ardmore commercial club must bo given a good deal of credit for In ducing Immigration to Ibis city and section. This, one of tho main object i of the club. Is not being overlookel and President Cruce says that the good work will continue unabated. To the Public. Please take notice that 1 give treat ments only ut iny plnco of buslnest, Room 7, Noble building, nnd have no agents canvassing tho town as has been represented. MISS PADDOCK. FOR HORSE MILLINERY AND MULE 'JEWELRY SEE LOONEY & AUSTIN. Opposite Postoflice. ... 1t Dr.- Browatl Accidentally Shot. Dr. Philip Stephens departed from horo this morning for Ada where he was caTTcd to see Dr. H. Browall, who wits accidentally shot Sunday after noon. Dr. llrowall In company with others, five miles from Ada received the wound. His horse fell nnd dls- clmrged his gun. Tho bull took effect In thu left arm near tho nhouldcr. It Is feurcd that amputation of the arm will bo necessary. Dr. Hrowall Is n brothcr-ln-Iaw of J. F. Uledsoo or this city and visits hero frequently. He has many friends In Ardmore. Mansion's foundation nnd piers are best, prettiest nnd cheapest materia;. Phone 325. 29-lm "BEAUTY PARLORS." Facs Massage. Manicuring. Hair Dressing. Room 7, Second Floor, Noble Block. Ardmore, I. T. 23-6t United States Attorney Johnson , went to Pauls Valloy on court busi ness yesterday. THo returned today nnd stated that Judge Dlckerson was trying civil cases. Tho term will last sovoral weeks and the docket Is qulto heavy. WANTED At once. One or two girls to train as nurses. Ardmore Sanita rium, 30tf Is Doing Good Work. Among tho people who havo done tholr full part toward attracting good Citizens to Ardmoro Is U. T. Ttoxront. Through Mr. Itoxroat's Individual of- forts ho has brought moro than ono hundred pcoplo horo and every family ho has brought Is prospcrlnK ft'l nre greatly pleased with their new home. Tlio greater part of this work has been dono la Kentucky Mr. Uoxroat Is plannng to do moro advertising thla summer. Foley's Honey and Tar always stons the couch nnd heals the lungs, Refuse substitutes. Sold by the City hlo THE TDRF EXCHANGE Hncss Daily over Special Wire from 1:30 lo 5 j.in. No Minors Admitted Clfl In CiiKh tit niiyonn pleklng all the wlniiprK nt nni. trnek In one duy. lineli CIA P TiiOMlay, Ttuir-i1ny nnil Hnturilny $3 OO uitilutonal will tin given who P1U ever picks the iintnt winner nn iIiiikm iIiivh Hon Kcrntrlu" nn our lili.t-khoanl at 1.30 P. m. Have written .eof Ioiih In our hand nt 1 p. m. i'or pnut performance nf hor ki commit onr form luiok llrrn In n ctiancn fur anybody to win 1IKTH PI.SC KI) BOURGEOIS BROS. "ACKH IKHtltIIIKI Well Kiiulpppil Militant ami Pool Hall In C'minretlnn PORTER'S APPOINTMENT. Hltt the Organisation Another Jolt by Going Out of District. In nominating A (5. Porter of Mus kogee as marshal of thu Southern district President Roosevelt did not surprise politicians who ate Intimate with tho situation. Surprise wns mani fested by those who believed that Hosevelt's friendship for Colbert wns of that character nnd esteem that po litically It would cut no figure with candidates seeking the position. In selecting Porter the president hns ills regarded the wishes of tho organiza tion who endorsed the Rough Rider marshal for tho olllce. Tito president In appointing Porter, nsldo from rea sons undeveloped, took the opportu nity of rewarding a relative for etll- clout services. The new marshal turn been connected with the Indlnn agenrs olllce for the past year or two and has se'ti active service In the field, J. Fentress Wisdom, for several years chief clerk to the Indian agent, Is In the city. He knows Porter Inti mately and In dlscuSSIng him to the Ardmorelte today, snys: "I nm vv glad H I irn of tho ap pointment or Arthui (i. Porter of Mus kogco. He came to Indian Territory from Wyoming nbottt two years ago and has boon In tho employ of tho Indian agent, working mostly In tho field In connection with the Investiga tion of Intruders' eases and making reports with roferonco to the right's of allottees, etc. ' "Porter Is perhaps S3 years of nge, has it wire at.d one child, nnd Is prom inent In Elk circles. He Is a relative of tho president. "Mr. Porter was formerly engaged In tho cattle business In Wyoming. Ho Is a man of lino physique, and dresses in the typical western style. Ho will make a good marshal. He li very utf I assuming In manner. ".Mr. and Mrs. Porter will be valu able additions lo the Miclnl circles ot Aril more." The announcement or his appoint ment wns made In the Ardmorelte ol yesterdny and wns rend with groat Interest In the city. While the nppolnt- ment wns anticipated, yet the fact that newspapers contained the story Mint no action would be taken in tho mnrshalship matter till after the trial. Feb. 12th, gave Colbert's friends hope. This Is the second Instance where the president has gono outsldo of the district to select officials and this fact Is somewhat discouraging to tho or ganization. Wanted. Teams to haul sovcral hundred cords of wood, six miles out 2Stf V. W. OATHS. To the Public. Please take notice that I give trea ments only it my plnco of husinon, Room 7. Noble building, nnd havo no agents canvassing the town as has been represented. MIoS PADDOCK.' Tennessee People Coming. W. P. Davis has roturncd from n business trip of several days to Ten nessee Mr. Davis pleads guilty to do ing some good missionary work dur ing his nbsoncc and ns a result of his trip T. P. Stron and W. F. Powell and their families come with him to lo cate here. W. T. Wlsomnn also came with hint. Mr. Davis says Tennessee people, nre Interested In the territory and muny moro will move hero. Messrs. Stron, Powell and Wlseinuu are substantial citizens and Ardmoro Is glad to welcome them as citizens. An Old Timer. Jnp Underwood, a citizen of Ko gan anil nn old friend of W. B. T-m, drum, Is nn Ardmore visitor. Mr. Un derwood lived hero before Ardmore existed. Ho has with him nn old violin which boro tho dato of 1721. Tho vl olln has been In his family for 175 years. He was aecompaued by his son Dave, Newest Stylai in Men's Footwear ' This out shown one of tho new styles of dress shoes for 1900. Mrulo in full patent, or inatt kid, bhteher top military heel and spike last or plain toe. LYNN tTHE SHOE MAN ' Repairing' a Specialty THE MAN WHO SNEERS. The most teptilHive of countenances Is the face of the sneoror; for a sneer would mar tho beauty of n demigod and make the fair features of nn Adonis unseemly. It Is tho littlu man nnd thu little woman who sneers. The sneer is tho facial badgo of cyn icism, envy and conscious Inferiority. The snake hisses at Mint which Is above It; tho scoffer llko tho serpent, sneers nt all that is higher and nobler titan his dust lovel. The lofty mind views tho ovll, the base and the vttlgnr with pity nnd re gret and nono of (lod's creatures are vile onou?h lo Incite In It sentl ntonts or Irreverent mockery and Mt ter contempt. . The good and tho great never sneor and scoIT nt anything. "Ho who feels contempt for any living thing," says tho pWlosophcr. hath faculties ho has never used and thought wlta him Is In Its Infnncy" Travatcr cIIb us that tho sneer Is "tho sign ot heartless malignity," nnd Mint It marks "the egotist, or the fool, or the knnvo, or all three" As a form of disapprobation tho sueurs injures the dlsnpprovcr moro than tho disapproved. Do not bo a snccrer. Do not scoff at nnythlng.. If you do, It shows yon to bo cu vlous, malicious or limited In faith and understanding. As a habit sneering Indicates skep ticism and Infidelity, nnd unbelief lit honesty ot purpose, sincerity of soul, purity, goodness, religion, truth nnd nil the virtues which make men mnnly and women woinnnly. Tho Savior horo his cross to Golgo tha amid tho Jeers of tho vicious nnd the scoffing of fools. Every good cause Is confronted by tho men wlu sneer. They combat every reform, they ns. sail every reformer. I'm th Itself In nol sacred to them, and with knowing wink nnd sardonic leer they stab vlrtuo In tho bnck nnd nssnsslnato character In tho dark. Tho sneer Is tho devil's own grim ace, befitting nn Imp of hell, hut not becoming In man made nfter Oort's own Imago. yiee sneers nt vlrtuo, falsehood at truth, rascality at honesty, cownrdlco it courage, sin at goodness. If you have sneered, don't do It ngaln. If your neighbor Is vllo or moan, pity maybe robuko him aid him, set him good example. If ho is nbove you In chnractcr and conduct emulate him. Don't sneer at him. For If ho Is your superior, ho Is entitled to your respect; If ho Is your Inferior, h0 should appeal to your magnanimity. Typewriters. Don't forgot Uiat C. A. Oppllger represents "The World's Best Type writer," The Smith Premier. Office on tho way to tho postofflce, Tel 241. 29tf FOR RENT. W.o. linyo, somo good fnrm lands to rent MUMJ5N & MUU.T3N, 28-tf Ardmoro, I T Attorneys returning from Marietta toady stato that a largo number ot cases wcro continued yestorday and that In nil probnblllty tho court will adjourn this week. Disposition was mado of several cases on Uie docket set. for trial yestorday. Seo Marston, got his figures on nil cement work. Ho meets all competi tors. 29-lm Weather Is good now Marston la rendy for work. Phono 324. 29-lm Phono 3,25 for comet side walk. 29-lm V Drug Store.