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Ardmore, Friday, Febiuary 23, 1806.
DEMOCRATS AT ADA ACT OPPOSE APPOINTMENT OF COUN TY OFFICERS IN TERRITORY. By the Governor of Oklahoma Be' llevc Such an Act Would Damage Business Conditions By Reso lution Condemn Such Action. The following cro tlio resolutions mlopted by tho Domocratlc Club of Ada, I. T February 20, 190C: Wicrcas, Wo bcllovo that there Is now a move being niailo by certain Republican officials In Oklahoma anil Indian Territory to have tho laws of Oklahoma extended ovor nnd put In force In Indian Territory, and to have tho present governor of Oklahoma to appoint twelve county officers In each subdivision now called recording dis tricts: And whereas, Wo hclfcvo that such action would work a great hardsh'p upon the people of Indian Territory and that such 'a change at this tlma would greatly damage our business ontinions, nnd would materially re tard our prospects for Joint statoho-)! with Oklahoma; And whereas, as an excuse for such action the promoters of said scheme arc asserting that the dissolution or the tribal governments will leave tn- .dlnn Territory In n state of chaos; Therefore, bo It resolved, by tho da DomocraUc Club, mass meeting, 1st. That wo unqualifiedly condemn uch action as being a menace to tho few rights we are now permitted to njoy, and to our business Interests. 2nd. That we urge our friends In ongress to use nil honorable means o defeat any such niuasurc being en- icted Into a law. 3d. That wo denounce as unt'ic inil tnlnlnn,11nr nnv nactnrMnn flinl ihft flllRsohitlon of the Indian tribal rov- Brnments will In any way affect tho pi i . . . j .it. . i . ocini, liUoiiii'WB or puuuciu siuiuk ui my of the white citizens of tho Ju lian Territory. 4th. That a copy of those resolu tions bo furnished by the secretary cf this mcetfng nnd sent to tho Ardmore- to for publication, and also that a copy bo sent to Senator J. W. Bailey nd Congressman John Sharp Wll lams. J. P. WOOD, President. JOHN W. DALE, Secretary. STatlnco Saturday afternoon nt :30. ' 22-2 DENISON COTTON MILLS. 3erfectlng Plans to Turn out Cloth ai Well as Yarn. Denison, Tex., Feb. 21'. The Don!- ton Cotton Mill Is norfpptlncr nlans for the extension of its manufacturing capacity, and will be ablo next season yjo turn out cotton cloth as well us Rarn, which Is the sole product of the Ipilll this season. The. force of 150 ifmployes will be Increased to 350. (The mill w'ps started with 7,000 spin j lies, but with the Installation of new (nachlnery, which has Just arrived, . here V'H be 12,000 spindles In opera ' Ion. The output of the mill is now jetween 26,000 and 27,000 pounds of ! am a wfcelj. With the increased fac Hties 40,000 pounds will be produced ach week. I During tho summer months 320 ooms for weaving cloth will bo put n and by Sept. 1, when next year's jotton will begin to come In, tho mill Jill bo ready to turn out this product. The class of yarn that the mill is turning out is of tho highest grado nnd tho demand for it has been in creasing. It will take tho mill till May 1 to nil tho orders that have already Been received. J Dreckonrldgo Stock company at opera hoilse, balanco of week. 22-2 j Writers have no troublo with Laugh lin Fountain Pens. They nro truly pen perfection. Wo havo them nt all prices from ?1. to $3. AH warranted. 18 F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist. PROVEN NOT A MURDER. Women's Fall Down Stairs Cause of t, Her Death. New York, Feb. 22. Tho police of Now 'York woro called upon today to Investigate tho death of Gusslo Hart, 5n actress 60 years of ago, who died fu a cab whilo being taken to her homo by several companions. Tho matter at first was reported as a pos sible murder and several arrests were ma do. It dovcloped, however, that tho woman had fallen down a flight of twenty stops at nn uptown cafe. whore sho had spent several hours ? ... 1 mi T r I. uu a puny in iriunns, jjer skuj' was fractured and sho was hurried :iomo. Suspicion was Aroused by tho fact wot thoso who woro with tho woman (oft her house after summoning a phy- jlelarx Tho Coronor tonight discharge rd all w.ho woro nrrostod. Phono' 2-05 fo- feed, cotton soed Weal and hulls. 23-U MENTAL REACTION. The .Mlnil'n Unlcknr of Oprrnfln mill How II I Mrimtirr'l, Let a dozen or twenty persons tak hold it hands In a ring. Kadi I to press the hnnd of his right hand neigh bor ns soon as he receives a pressure from the left. One person starts the pressure going nnd nt the same Instant observes the portion of the second hand of n wnteh. The pressure passes nil around the circle, and when It ar rives nt the originator he notes how many second, wore required for tho given number of persons In succession to receive an Impression nnd make up their minds to net In response. Tho total time Is then divided by the num ber of personi. This Is a crude Illus tration of the reaction time which wo measure with great accuracy on single persons. As the mental portion of the miction time become more complicated the time bocomu.t longer. For example, the processes of mental discrimination nud eholre require (lines of their own. The way we get these "higher" mental pr.iec.ws can he Illustrated In a sim ple way. A person placed in a quiet room Is to tup n telegraph key every time he sees u red light, which can be produced at the will of the experi menter In the recording room. The In terval of time between the actual ap pearance of the light and the moment the key Is tapped U accurately meas ured. For n while nothing but the red light Is used, this to obtain (he simple reaction time. Then red and yellow llght!i are turned on In irregular suc cession. The pciNon has now to dis criminate between two colors and to choose between action and nonaction. The increase of time required over the simple reactluu time gives the dis crimination time for two colors. In an other set of experiments three colors are ued, then four colors. As the discrim ination and choice become more com plicated more time Is required. Tho Importance of rapid and accurate reaction and discrimination Is evident. Astronomers hnve difficulty In record ing the moment nt which n star passer, a line in the telescope. The sports man must pull the trigger nt Just the proper moment. The football player, the fencer and the boxer are trained In rapidity of discrimination and reac tion. It is very evident that a player or lupuglllst who takes a long time for discrimination, choice and volition will give a decided advantage to a quick opponent. For uin. DISRAELI'S MAXIMS. Lvory one loves power, even If lie does not kuow what to do with It. Always have distinguished friends. Never have fools for friends. They are of no use, ' To govern men j-ou must cither excel them hi their accomplishment.-, or de spise them. To rule men wo must be men. Our wisdom must be concealed under folly and our constancy under caprice. Next to knowing when to seize an op portunity the most Important thing In life is to kuow when to forego an ad vantage. The divine right of kings may have bceu a plea for feeble tyrants, but the divine right of government is the key stone of human progress. Talk to women as much as you can This is tho way to gain fluency, be cause you need not care what you say and had belter not be sensible. They IlMn't I'lnr. A. monster political parade was held In Philadelphia during ono of tho cam paigns. It was headed by a band of thirty-five discoursing stirring march )n tuues. The leader of the band had contracted in advance io supply that many players, but when he came to count noses he found eight missing. It did not take him long to decide what to do. After some hustling he secured eight men, not one of whom could play a note of music, nnd decked them out in the regulation band uniform. lie placed instruments nud music In their hands and paraded tho full number. "Did they play?" was asked. "Yes," said the band lender, "but not music. I put a cork In each of the eight Instal ments." PriiNlhle. That was both a kind end a wise man who, when about to marry for the sec ond time, settled $10,000 npon his un married daughter. "I should like to havo her go ou living at home," he said, "but who can tell whether sho and her stepmother will bo harmonious and quite happy together? She shall feel that she Is free to go or stay." The conscquenco was mutally happy rela tions, since both women know there was no dependence or necessity for them to live In closer relations than might prove agreeable. The Homllliill t Air. As through an opera runs tho rhythm of ono dominant air, so through meu'o lives thcro rings a dominant note, soft In youth, strong hi manhood and soft again In old age. lint It Is always there, and, whether soft In tho gentler pcrloda or strong amid the noise of tho peri helion, it dominates always and gives Its tone to tho whole life. Ill Hiiiipleat Hour. Ho Do you remember tho night I askeil you to marry nje? She Yes. dear. HeFor a whole hour we sat there and not a word did you speak. Ah, Hint was tho happiest hour of my life! Translated For Tales From Echo do Paris. I'nln 'riiriiiich Innornnce. i : All our misery, all our pain.' Is trace Mn to Ignorance nnd misuse qt our forces. Enlightenment U tho sover eign cure alll-.e'for physical and mora: IHs.-HorcUo W. Dresser. THE iDAILY CITY GOVERNMENT. Mayor n, W. Dick City Cleric O. H. Bruce Police Judge J, L. Oalt Chief of Police Buck Garrett Assassor and Collector. .W. K. Roberts City Attornoy Caswell Bennett City Treasurer W. B. Frame Street commissioner W. E Lan- drum. City physician Dr. J. W. Moffett Scavenger Silas J. Boyd. Waterworks and eowertgo Inspector Mr. Broadnax. Aldermen. First Ward J. S. McCharcn and Q. Y. Stuart. Socond Ward J. S. Mullen and I. it Best, Third Ward J. K. Pennington and R, W. Itandol. Fourth Ward W- A. Qllilam and C C. Carter. . . Committees Finance committee J. It. Penning ton, J. S. McCharcn and C. D. Carter. Street and alloy committee I. it. BeC, W. A. Qllilam, It. W. Ilandol nnd Q. W. Stuart. Pollco comralttoo Q. W. Stuart, W. A. Qllilam and J. S. Mullen. Fire committee W. A. Qllilam, J. R. Pennington and C. D. Carter. Waterworks committee C. D. Car eer, I. R. Best and G. W. Stuart. Ordinance commltteo J. S. Mullen J. S. McCharcn and J. R. Pennington. Cemetery commltteo It. W. Itandol W, A. Gilliam and J. S. McCharcn. 8anltary commltteo J. S. licCharen J. S. Mullon asd R. W. Randol. Improvement committee H. W. Randol, C. D. Carter, I. R. Best and Q. JVi Stuart. Dreckonrldgo Stock comp:.ny at opera house, balanco of week. 22-2 NOTICE OF APPLICATION. In tho United States Court for tho Southern District of tho Indian Ter ritory, at Ardmore. In the matter of the guardianship of Minnie Wood, Jno. W. Wood, guar dian. Notice Is hereby given that tho un dersigned, as guardian of Mlnno Wood, duly nppolnted by the United States Court for the Central District of the Indian Territory, at Antlers, will mnko application to the United States Court for tho Southern Dis trict of the Indian Territory, on the 27th day of March, 100C, for an order to sell tho following described lands: E 10.93 acres of lot 3; SW 10 acres of lot 3,less 3.20 acres for O. C. & S. F. Ry., Sec. 2, Tp. 4 S, Itango 2 E. SW'i, NW" SEtf; SVS, NEW, SWU: S4, SWU. SEU; SWM, SE'i, SEU. See. 2, Tp. 4 South, Range 2 E.; S'.. SWU, SEU, Soc. 20, Tp. 3, South, Range 1 West; SWU, SEU. SEU. Sec. 20; SEU. NEU. NEU; W, NEU. NEU; NWU, NEU; N',4, SEU, NEU. Sec. 29, Tp. 3, S, Range 1 West; SWU, NEU, SWU; nwu. swu; n. swu. swu: NWU, SEU, SWU; Sec. 27, Tp. o South, Range 3 East. All in tho Chick asaw Nation, Indian Territory. Said lands being located within tho Jurisdiction of tho United States Court for the Southern District of tho Indian Territory, at Ardmoro, Indian Territory, and being the same lands allotted to Elsie Tonetubbo of whom the said Minnie Wood Is tho sole and only heir, for tho purpose of educating tho said minor, Mlnnio Wood, nnd Improving and developing hor own Individual allotment. Said application will bo made to said court at nine o'clock a. m. on said date, or as coon thereafter as the court will take up said application. GIvon under my hand this liw 30th day of December, 1905, JOHN W. WOOD, Guardian. Ledbettor & Bledsoe, attorneys for Guardian. First published Feb. 22, 190C. It's queer how easy It is to cxpliln to a woman the things you can't ox-' plain to yourself. NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In tho District Court of tho United States for the Southern District, at Ardmore. In tho matter of W. G. Feiuerson, bankrupt, in Bankruptcy. To tho creditors of W. G. Forger son, in tho Southorn District in tho Indian Torritory, nt Ardmoro, a bank rupt: Notice Is hereby given that on tho 7th day of February, J00G, tho said W. O, Fergerscm was duly (ad judged bankrupt, nnd that tho first meeting of his creditors will bo held at my offlco at tho Court Houso In tho City of Ardmoro, on tho 3d day of March, 1900, at 2 o'clock In tho ifCtornoon, at which time tho said creditors may rrttanri, nrovo their claims, nppokit a trustee, eamlno tho bankrupt and transact such other bus iness ap may como beforo said meet ing. JOHN HINKLE, Ardmoro, I. T. Rsfereo in Bankruptcy, First puil ahed Feb. 21, 1900. It Isn't neccHsary to ho" a tralno.l nurse ITi order to nuo a griovnuoo. ARDMOREITE. J. A. BIVEN8, President DON LACY, Vice President The City National Bank ARDMORE, INDIAN TERRITORY Capital $100,000.00 Surplus Funds 50.000,00 Accounts of firms and Individuals sol Icltcd. Courteous treatment accorded to all nllko. r' !!80N' rre,l1" H. t. IKK.NHLKY. Vice O. L. ANDKI180N, Cashier 0.8. M AUI'IN. A.V, Ci.nT.r FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ardmore, Indian Territory Capital Paid In $ 60(000O() Surplui Fnnds 240,000.00 Totnl 3300,000.00 The oldrit busk In Indlin Territory ccnunu ot nrnn nd lodlvldault lolloltedupou the moil liber. 1 trrmi continent with good tnklnc Our Best Everything of a Banking nature entrusted to our care, receives our best attention. We shall be glad to have a share of your business. Bankers9 The Plumber JS HKe the doctor and the jeweler yon have to depend on them be cause THEY Know their business, and YOU don't. Honest, careful, pains taUing worK is what we sell, what we give, and what you should demand. A complete line of Standard Porcelain Fixtures, and a very pretty line of nicKel plated Bath Room Trimming's always on hand. We have what you want. Let us show you and you will recommend us toyour neighbor. Weehs Bros PRACTICAL TINNERS AND PLUMBERS FKLlMIiUELUATOR CO. PUUCEI.L. IT IMPORTANT NOTICE We have maOo arrnncomeotn with V. 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