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Ardmore, Friday, February 23, 1906.
THE DAILY ATtDMOREITE. FIVB WATCHES! The most complete line 20 and 25 year cases, and from 7 to 21 jewels i jeweler i WALTER Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty Of Every Vane! and Nice Line At Confectionery of Julius KAHN'S P done Number 70 Gets tho Best Hack Lino in the city. ONLY PIBflT CLASf TRADE CiTEBBD 10. T. E. Choate. Prop. PHONE 74 For Carriage or Baggage ARDMORE TRANSFER CO. W. R. INGRAM, Mgr. ll Electrical Supplies' if li In Work that Tou want so I A. A. nuLuumD Tho r.lpplrlpnl Contractor. oBlco 221 W Main I All work Buarantcrd.OIHce phone 113, ret. 11 1 FOR SALL BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK Cblckena anil Eke PLAIN VIEW FARM Felix J. Klnc. Trop. Tclephonu 37J Purchasing Agency. Mrs. Emma Hawkins Van Tine, purchasing agent, Oak Lawn, Dallas, Texas, wholesale and retail. Phone 3799. Connected with tho largest firms in Dallas in all lines of business. All orders sent mo have prompt per sonal attention without extra chargo to you. Samples on application. Sat isfaction guaranteed. 22-6 Drs. Pann & Woodard havo moved their office to rooms over Bonner's drug store where they want their friends to call and sco thorn. 14-tf FANN & WOODARD. Breckcnridgo Stock company at opera houso, balance of weok. 22-2 BROWN & BRIDGMAN. Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers, Open Day and Night Phono 23. Let mo ro-fin!sh ana repair your piano. It- L. BM1TH. C21 A street N. W. Phone C38 Roferonee E.B. Luke. 22-tf Secure a copy of tho new directory at tho Ardmorolto office. W. O. REAVES. KANDY FRUITS T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist Phone 4 WATCHES! in the city. Solid Gold all grades of movements C. DEAN i 4 doors West City Nat'l DanK Tho new city directory la now on sale at tho Ardorelto office. W. C. HEAVES. ROOT Workers umiom UNIONS STAMP factory No. Don't Hobble Around In a pair of shoes that hurt your feet. Get a pair of our comfortable, long' wearing and stylish Stacy Adams ... Shoes ... They are made for fussy feet. You'll find the Union stamp sign of good Shoe malting on every pair LYNN the Shoe Man, 127 E. Main Repairing a Specialty IP YOUR PRESCRIPTION are put up right they will do 'ou good We put them up as the physician directs and intends they should be put up. We are superior compounders of any physician's prescriptions. RED GROSS 0RU6 STORE Free delivery any where in the city until 10 o'clock ev ery night. We are Druggists, not Doc tors. We never prescribe. 109 West Main 1 DAY AND N GHT PKR.QOMAT wnTT?Q Dr anil Mrs. Fred Hates who have been arranging t'-elr attain prepar atory to moving to Dallas, left today for that rjlace. They make tho move on account of the doctor's health. 011U Perry left today for Uolso City, Idaho, where he hna aceptcd a posl Hon with a railroad compny an tho surveying corps. Xj. I.. Moore, who has been in the city for sovoial days prospecting and visiting hla old friend P. O. Bingham, left today for his homo at Nowman, Ga. He will stop on his way homo at Oallns for several days. M'r. Mooro Is In the furniture buslnoss nt his homo town and Is considering tho proposition of ongnglng In tho same buslnes nt this place. "Cott6n Blossoms," opera house to night. All stteets lead to tho now boarding and room Inn house at (ho A. D. Chae eonier. 2.1-1 1 Hemember that Mnrston make co ment sldownlks. Phono 325 2'J-lm Coop-r-Wallacc Nuptli.i Married, at tho parsonago of tho Christian clrirch, Rev. S. H. Holme ofllclatlng, CJeorgo ,T Cooper an 1 Xora I j. Wallace, both of Ardmore. Matinee Saturday afternoon nt :30. 22-2 Tea Davenport left this morning for Tccumesh, Oklahoma, In response to a message received which stated that his mother was very III and not ex pected to live. Mr. Davenport says his mother Is very old and that he fears greatly for her recovery. Woman's Guild. The meeting of the Woman's Oulld of St. Philip's (Episcopal) church will ln held at tho rectory Saturday aftor noon, at 3:30 o'clock. All members will please attend. j Matinee Saturday afternoon nt 2.30. 22-2 Answered Final Call. H. A. Reynolds, aged 72 years, an i old Confederate KoTdter, died at 4 p. j m. nt tho f?outvinin Hotel n. this cltv yesterday of r.ir.ilysls. The remain's ' were Intcirel .it fie Hose mil ccme ftory this nf!ernt')!i it 2 o clock Mr. ( Reynolds had r.mla Mis home In A:.' I more for many years and was well I knownhoro . "Cotton Blossoms," opera houso to night. fNDUSTRIAL INCREASE. Oklahoma and Indian Territory Lead All Other Stales. Washington. Fob. 22. A report pre pared by tho census bureau for tin use of the congressional committee r.n manufactures discloses that In tli j percentage of Increase In number of Industries and vnluo of products nv.- of the far west states lead too list. In Oklahoma In ri ai five ytvn capital invested In mnufacturlng !:: creased 351 per cent vnluo of tlii production 200 per cent; number of establishments 107 per cent and num. her of employes 1 17 per cent. Indian Territory ranks on a par with Oklahoma with an Increaso of 200 per cent In tho value of manufac tured materials, 215 per cent increaso In capital Invested. The Increaso of production and can- Itnl invested In all the states run3 from 20 to 200 per cent in tho five years. In Delaware alone there Is n slight decrease of production, but In crease In capital Invested For baggage wagon, phono 2C1. All hours. . is.im "Cotton Blossoms," opern house to night. Pooplo who use Ramsey's Witch Hazel Balm havo skin froo from chapa nnd no other winter complexion dif ficulties. Neither greasy nor sticky, delightful to use. ICc. 18 . F, J. RAMSBY, Druggist. "Cotton Blossoms,," opera house.. to. uigni. Call phone No. C80 for all kinds cement work. Every foot guaranteed. 7-1 m J, W. FIELDER Phono 78 for clfGod carrlngo' any hour. Carter's Hack Lino. 19-lm" When Col. Decker consolidated tho Muskogee Democrat nnd Times as tho Muskogee Tiraes-Boraocrat, ho did n wlso thing from a financial and po litical standpoint. Ho eliminated a ri val and secured Its business. Hla pa per Is now tho only Democratic orgnn In n city of politicians. Wo congratu late tho Times-Democrat nnd wish it grcpt buccoss. With Doekor. Kerr and I.oo-j y as editors, nnd Jack Decker and Johnnie Flenner as roportors, it is certain to toko, first piaco among tho torritory papers." Dally .Ardmorelta CO cts. per month. ANOTHER WELL IN THE OIL FIELD SANTA FE BRINGS IN ANOTHER FLOWING WELL AT WHEELER. Expert Goodrich Admits a Good Flow. The Utmost Secrecy Is Belnrj Main tained by the Company Who Will Continue Operations. Tho Santa Fo has brought In Its second well nt Wheeler. It is learned that n good now was struck tho first port of tho week. Efforts to learn de tails of tho discovery nnd the bring ing In of tho second woll are almost futile. Today, despite the fnct that the j ul most t.ccrory lias been maintained In connection wllh tho strike, Expert (ioodrlch if the Santa Fo admitted, when questioned, that tho second woll had been hroutjit In nnd that the flow was n Rood one Aside from this he had nothing to say for publication, lie advised tho Santa Fe of tho second woll nnd II U stnted that ho has beo'i Instructed to continue tho work of drilling. A third woll will bo started In a few days. It Is tho opinion that thero Is nn unlimited quantity of oil In that soctlon nnd that the fields will be extensively dovoloped. Of Into tho force has boon Increased and dril ling ha boon carried on day nnd night. It could not be learned whether or not tho company Intended to shoot the well. The company Is well prepar ed In this rosrpect, having plenty of dynnmlto on tho ground. Inhabltri is of tho Wheeler soctlon are greatly pleased over the fltfw of the second woll. Breckcnridgo Stock company at opera house, balnnco of weck 22-2 Protects on Curtis Bill. ProtuMts wtnlnst certain provisions In tho Curtis bill relating to the dis posal of land are bolng sent to Wash ington. Those provisions are very un HMlsfactoiy to the land Interests and Individuals generally. Because of tho radlnil changes contemplated m-wml lnlluentl.il eltlzons nre taking steps to have !!, iin?:!tffaottry provisions eliminated lu.ai tho bill. Tho follow ing message l3 seir-fxplnnntory: "Senator Clapp, Washington. D. C. To allow the negro to buy our land at appraised value Is robbery, nothing more, nothing loss. To make It in allennblo Is a slur upon us ami nr. wise. ' W. P. POIjAND," WANTED A small safe. MMst be cheap. Address L. Sherman, 032 East Main street. 23-3t "Cotton Blossoms," opern house to night. THE HEPBURN BILL. Interstate Commerce Committee Will Report Without Amendments. Washington, Feb. 23. Democratic members of tho senato committee on Interstate commerco held a caucus this morning and decided to vote to report the Hepburn rate bill to tho senate without amendment, and trans fer tho contest from the committee to tho floor of tho senate. ThU does not commit tho Democrats on the ques tion of court review. At 12:15 tho senato committee on Interstate commerce took n recess un til two. It was understood tho recess was In order to glvo tho Democratic members further opportunity for con sultation. All minor amendments offered to tho Hepburn bill woro voted down during tho forenoon. In tho opinion both sides or tho nepburn bill arc re ported. Dolllvor exprccd an oplnlo.i that the report would bo withorized by 3 o'clock this afternoon. Elklns said: "They havo got tho votes to re port tho Hepburn bill." "Cotton Blossoms," opera bouse to night. Don't expect your friends to Tlo moro for you than you arc willing to do for yourself. A woman has less senBe (ban a man, but sho always acts moro sen sibly. A man hns to be a good deal of a ocs slmlst not to Hko tho world when ho Imagines people envy him. 'A busy man hns but llttlo time to act mean. Matlneo Saturday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock. , Matlneo Saturday afternoon at 2:30. 22-2 Frightfully Burned. Chas. W, Moore, a machinist of Foal City, Pa., had his hand frightfully burned In an electric furnace. Ho ap plied Bucklon'3 Arnica Balvo with the usual result,, "a quick nnd perfect euro' Greatest licalcr on Mirth for burnf-t, wounds, eorW, epzmii and plies. 25 confs at W- B. Frame's, dnitf gist, ' SMI KITCHEN Stevens, Kennedy 5pragins Co. MAIN STREET, AHDMORE, I. T. Democratic Call. 1 The members of tho Democratic, club or the city of Ardmoro are horo by Invited to be present nt tho meet- ' lug. to bo held In tho rlty hall In Ard-1 more, at 7 o'clock p. m.. Saturday, i Feb. 21th, lOOrt. nrery member of the I club and every person who believes In tho principles of tho Democratic party, Is Invited to tie present. W. A. l.EDBETTER, President. MRS. IDA I. APPLING. Professional Nurse. Formerly of Fort Worth, Now located at Marietta. Will go onywhero on short notice. Terms reasonable. Indies free Thursday night, opera house, usual conditions 21-2 Co. o. CARTMH OARTER eg CANNON, agents "MfNtatNTiNa thm roLLOwiNa kkuahlm cCMrAHlmm V'uPa.?rc.lal Unlon Ajaorsnco Company of London KocUnd Pkiatlnn lnuranco Company of I,o.lon. Enirlani) nu'mua qpeen Innurancn Company of Now York NlHtrra Klreof Nnw York- Jw?.n.'f ,n"urilcn Company nf Ilirtfor.l.Conn. 2i.lt.LV,1i.rnnf "Company, of Hartford. Conn Fireman'; Fund of Han Franclnco fjMl.c;.h4UiMlonl"."uraneB8o,,lo,vrNorwloh. Bnitland nI5n a.",""0." '"fynaee Company of New York i?.cp?n V " n 1 1 (Juarantei. Corporation rrnili;ntlnl l.lfo Insurance Company .",. jprv )"! (llnan Company owe in OARTtn-BooKmn bldq. ov VP ?.v Men s Specials ') (?) (0 (?) y 9 i !! ft ft m (ft ( tf( m (?) & : (?) (iv for Saturday ! MEN'S Still sensible to buy it winter suit, plenty of timo yet to wear, and then its good for next year. Big assortment, good materials and first grade work-manslnp- suits in all sizes, vr ix Tfc worth from $7.50 to 25, at. . . . llail V TICB MEN S 200 pairs Odd Pants, all aiu.u ii,uu tu u,uu por pair MEN'S Staple and nobby shapes i . A .1 f iiHhurnnoni anu many prices at exactly , OVERCOATS A little lato you say to S!f.!?. WOOL UNDERWEAR Nice clean stock not odds and ends, but this win tor's stock o f13t l-o On Odd Lots, Last Pairs and Short Ends of Winter Stuffs all over the store, tabled out for Quicll Clearance Big Bargains for Busy Buyers at MADDENS Store Is Open Until Ten o'Cloclt on Saturdays ' SS&SiS- &tr:Sr SIRSSSr SriSfi COOK MUfD This sign is never out whore thero is a well regulated; kitchen with good cooking utensils. " ri Your troubles will cease, your food will be better, and your "pin money" will g0 Jurthor when you buy nil of your UTENSILS FH0M-- Bazaar. Tho Children's Benevolent society will hold their annual bazaar at Mrs. Walter Hardy's resldenco Saturday, Fob. 21. There will bo articles for both children nnd adults. Como one, couio everybody. MISS VINN1E HARDY, Sec. TALIAFERRO'8. Undertaklno and Embalming. North of Ardmorolto, North Washing ton stxoot. Phono 341 and 433. If It's a nlco sulto of ofQco rooms you wnnt, seo R. W. Randol. 5tt By mutual consent Drs. Fann Woodord havo move dto tho offlco ot Dr. Pnyno. Tho firm nnmo will bo Fnnn, Woodard & Payno. 14-tf HAL CANNON r. o. fHONB Z24 v'i itv ft Or y VsV m & ib i iti iXt & it 0 iXf Of & m m & SUITS PANTS sizes, colors and quality, Half Price HATS- in blacks and colors, bitr I O .s,b Half Price invest, but think of tho sav- 1-4 Off