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Ardmore, Thursday, March 29, 1906.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. THREE 4)$ -MS 7S "WHERE IS BUSTER WATCH' Tf US SPACE EACH WEEK W willee:.. HEVUXTELlA&U JCWgTHING BR'OWN.? LCOyilHT 1006 HVTmK ButTf.MIBWH eft. CWCACO. wntnr is OusTcn DROvrt T1GE 1.5 DEEPLY GRIEVED, AS YOU WILL .SEE BUT HE WILL SooH BE HIMSELF AGAIN. BUT TER S ONLY AWAY To -5EE H3 -5ICK GRAND MOTHER AND THEN YOU WILL SEZ THEM TO GETHER ON THIS PAGE TOR TIME To COME. THEY WILL DELIGHT YOU AND TALK ABoUToUR BlJINEJJ AND THE MANY NEW THINGS AND BARGAINS To BE FOUND AT THE BIG ToRE. BUTTER BELIEVEJ IN TRUTH? WE Do. WE MAKE PRICEJ AND THE RIGHT KIND. WE WANT To HELP YOU TO SAVE MONEY. GET IN THE PR.O CEION AND YOU WILL FIND YoUR-SELF COM ING TO THE BIG JToRE. COME TODAY. BURTON-PEEL DRY GOOD.S CO. LADIES' SKIRTS Yesterday's express brought us the most bountiful line of whito wash skirts ovt-r shown in the Indian T rrltory. These skirts will predominate this season aud your wardrobe (f j!A will boincotnphto witliout one look them over tlM lO MONDAY, APRIL 2nd from 7 a. rn. to 7 p. m. The Greatest Display of Millinery ever shown m Ardmore. Everybody come and have a good time. Voile Superb, 8c V('diU'triay Thursday. Friday nnd Saturday, as !l.'g!Las..v,' wnnt. inyv color you wlsn The irreiit est hariru'tw owr oiTfrinl m.q u-aning public it's wurtu lie per yard. tHk- it. at 8c Men's Oxfords Tho time is niton you to begin to think about low shoes. Wo call voip- attention lo the fact we nro better cquippid to supply your needs than oyer bo fore. Our Meek is very utnpltto in every detail comprising all tho lato tuns m both dull and shiny leathers. U.nau's $5 and $6 Estonians.. - $3.50 and $4 Misses' and Children's Oxfords Tills department is fulljof new things for spring and summer all leathers and shapes. The Ports mouth is tho greatest shoes for misses and children mad.j today. 12 to 5 ...JOc, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 Sizes 5 l 2 to h , . $i25, $1.50; $1.75 Sizes 8 1-3 toll $1.50, $1.75 Sizes 11 1 12 to 2 $1.75. $2.00 Ladies' Oxfords No. s l Ultra-All patent kid with silk lace Imnd-turnfld sole, on a very dainty last with high 8Pkehcol $300 No. 085 -Ultra All patont kid with ribbon laco, o It aole, with extension Cuban heel on now custom last, 1 His Is undoubtedly tho swellest patent walk ing hhoo of tliu stflson ' $3 00 No. (W7, Ultra-Glawd kid with patent tin. Ino ed with ribbon, a real swell servlcetiblo shoe $3.00 Jlrockpnrt Oxfords in similar shapes and loath ors, the gioatost shoo on earth for $2.50 Jlanniin's Oxfords in mm mutal and iMitont kid. tho climax of sU lo and filioo-umking. Buy ono pair and votiuro a Hannan customer over a'ftorwaids Irico $5.00 Young Men's Suits llandsomo new spring de.i'gns rondo ospccln.ly to suit I ho tasto of a youth who begins to discrlml. unto in matters of diess and inclines to nttach man ly wavs and fashions. Single or double breasted, reVah,ing.v:': ?t. . ..$10 to $25 1 v i-Vfc ANfe sSdr sV s 3 W 1$ V$ W A W W 5? CASUAL PHILOSOPHY I It Is two man who lias only adiJowl who raaHe tho mot rn- about tt. Iizq men wtilently uon'i uoiiove Sumo mon nro born Rrnftcrf, Mtao ini'lr tlin 11 ri nftitr liiril nr.mtlRO ana Borao nro I'lcctwl to the United n lho wry that Ool helps thoi.. Htatcn Hcnato. Don't talE about your tnlontn. Ilo momher,. It's not wliat you have, but what yoit hnvo to offer Ulra that Inter. xtt your cuRtomor. who hfliH tUomaelvi. Don't trust to purmiaslon nlono Ut lutore-.it v. man; to to oonvlnco htm. Itemembor, persuasion la tho sott Klovo; con1ctloa Ih tho Iron hum! underneath. If tho young man mlxoe old rye with the wild oati ho eowu ho it pretty uure to raleo n disturbance. Hoot They nay a Bailor has a wife at cvory port. Hyo No wonder ho Kooa to boo. tulth la'rUt well enough In lto way, hut don't put too much of It In enntioJ Roods and cold stoniRO ckrb. "itnrrlape," says Uio Cynical Bach filor, "In n llfo sontonco that Uvkca nothtnR off for good behavior." Nlpln Ho Is alwnya talking about succops In bu3luo!) bolng a matter of tauk. Tuck How many , times haa he falkdT ' Ouszler 1 find I enn't Btnnd ua' raueh to drink us I uwd to. Wlvng Wo! I, Ultra comeo a tluia la over? man's llf nhun ho Is laid cut on a blor. Nina tlmsa out of Un JiittBinout usalnst dolnic a thlni Is being afraid to try. A woman hardly ovor has a bnttc time than when she haa two dlfforoat reaaons for a good cry. .It makoa a woman havo an awful nympnthtlo way with a man to be somebody cIho's widow; Tho'roapon ppmo woman like to Irani thulr husbands ,8moko Is thoy don't' know what thoy would do in stead .of It Beware of tho married man. who acta as It ho was clad ot It. Many a' so-called smart man smaits becauio of hlH nllegiHl Bmartnea3. Ho who praises men nnd flUturn women has many fair weather frien'ti. Tho tnist ransnct Tallies money fir tho no-called tnen ho can buy with It. About tho only difference between i pickpocket nnd many a high fltmnclrr is that tho former gets by llleafil means what the latter gets lecally CITV UOVhRNMENT. Uayor n. W. Dick City Clork G. II. Bruco Pollco Judg J. Xi. Gait Chief ot Pollco.... Buck Qarroti Assessor an J Collector. .W. It. Itoberts City Attorney Caswell Bennett City Treasurer W. B. Frame Btreet commissioner W. K l-&n drum. t.tty physician Dr. J. W. Moffott. Scavenger Bllas J. Boyd. Waterworks am J suwurt-K inspector MT. Brcadnra. Aldermen. First Ward J, 8. McChanin and O. W. StuarU Stcond Ward J. S. Mullen and I. A Dost Third Ward J. It. Tcnnlncton un R. W. Itamlot. Fourth Ward W. A. Gilliam ud 0 0. Carter. Committee. Finance committee J. It. Penning ton. J. 8. McCharen and C. D. Conor Sir cot ftiid alley committee I. it. Hei W. A. ailliam, It. W. lUindol t,n(l G. W. Stuart. Pollco committee O. W. Btcsrt, W. A. Gilliam and J. S. Mullen. 'Flro committee W. A. Otlllam. J. It, Pcnninirton nd C. D. Cartor. Waterworks committeo C. IX Car er. 1. It. Best and G. W. Stuart. Ordinance committee J. S. Mullen J. 8. MrCharen and J. It. l'saninxton Cemetpry commlttue It W. Itandol W. A,, milium aDd J. a! McCharcx Sanitary committer J. S. .'.wCharen 1, 8. Million und ft. W. Itandol. Improvement committee B. W Randol, C. D. Carter. I, It. Boat ana a V. Stnart Moths, bod buss, roaches, etc. Time to got aftor thoso pebta. Use Wor rell'n Insect Exterminator.- It's quick und suro destruction to tVem. Price 2f cents. 35 F. J. a.Ul8EY, Druggist. ELECTION PROCLAMATION. By virtue of authority In me vestod at) mayor of tho city of Ardmore and la conformity M-lth a resolutloa ot the city council of tho said city, nn elec tion Is horohy called nnd the same shall be held in said city on tho 7th day of April, 100C nt tho tiro station at tho city hall la tho city ot Ard more, Indian Territory for the purpose of determining whether or not there shall bo issued by tho said city fSS, 000 nt C per cent 20-year school bonds to bo used for tho purposo of erect Ing and equipping school buildings In said city 135,000 nt 6 per cent 20 year waterworks bonds to bo used for tho purposo of extending water mains, putting in flro hydrants, otc., $00,000 nt C per cent 20-year sower bonds to bo used for tho purpbao of putting In sanitary sowers, bceptlc tanks, etc . interest to bo paid semi-annually on all the said bondn. At snld election, no ono shall bo allowed to voto unlQs ho Is a qualltlod elector under the law, nntl In addition bo tho ownor of roal or person property within said city subject to taxation. Thoso votlnc fur tho Issuance of sntd bonds shnl; hnrc printed on their tlckots, "For the Issunncn ot SSS.OOO at ri per cent 0-yonr School House Bonds." "For the Issuance et 35,000 nt C per ceqt 20-year Waterworks Bonds." "For tho Issuance of (.",0,000 nt 5 per cent 20 yoar Sawcr Bonus.", and those voting nmilnst tho Issuance of said bond shall havo prlntod on their tickets. "Against the issuance of $35,000 at 5 per cent 20-year School House Bonds." "Against the Issuance ol $35,000 nt 5 por wnt 20-year Water works bonds." "Against tho Issuance of JC.0,000 at 5 per cent 20-ycar Sower Bonds," Glvon in my hand and ccnl ot ofTlco nn such mayor. This tho 5th rtny of March, 1506. R. W, DICK. C-tf Mayor. FRISCO EXCURSIONS. WARNING ORDER In tho Unltod States Court In tho Iudlan Territory, Smthorn DKtrlct: O. A. Weaver, pisintlff, vs. Id" Weaver, defendant, So, Ca84. The defendant, Ida Weaver, la wnrncd to nppoar In this court In thir ty days and nnswer tho complaint of tho plnlntlfr, G, A. Weaver. Wltnoss tho Hon. Hosoa Townsond, Jndg" of said court, nnd tho seal there of, thlu Sth day of March, 100G. (Seal) O. M. CAMPBEM Clerk. By O. A. WKLT.S, Deputy Clcrfc Brown & Turner, Attorneys. S. H. Botler, nttornoy for non resident. First published March 9, 1006. San Francisco and Los Angelos, Cal. National 1-Mucatlonnl Association, An mini Convention, July 0 to 13tl, 100G. Halo, ono way Ilrst class faro plus ?2. Dato of kiiIc, Juuu 25th to July 7th. Return llmIL Soptunber 15th. Stop overs allowed on either going or ro- turn passage, for full particulars as to stopover privileges, illvcrso routea and etc, Suo your local agont. Chattanooga, Tcun.,unual Mcoting Southern Baptist Convention, May 10 to 15th. Unto. Qno wny llrst class fare plus J2. Dato of sale, May 7, S nnd Mh. Itoturn limit, ten days from dato of sale. Saint Isolds, Mo., Convention Com mcrclal Clubs of tho SouthwosL April 10 to 17th. Itnto. Ono way faro plua GO conts. Dato of sale, April H nnd llth. noturn limit, April 10th. pnris, To.as. Women s Board of Missions, Cutnborlnnd Prosbyterlan Church Meeting. May C to Uth. Bate One way faro plus J2. Dato of sale, Ihiroka Springs and return. On salt dally from Fob. 1st. Bate, $12.50, re tun limit 90 days. Rate JlT.t.0, ro turn limit C months. Sulphur Springs, I. T., and return On salu dally rrom March 1st. Rate $2.C0, retain Hull 09 days. t)es Moines, Iowa. General Assem bly Presbyterian Church. May 1C. to :0th. Rate. Ono fare plus $2.00, for round trip. Dates of sale, May 11, 15, If), 17, 21 and 23rd U-turn limit May 31st. ' -o. Angelos, Cal., Sac Franctfeon. fal , Imperial C'ouucll Anclont Order, N'ntiluH Mystic Shrine nnd National Congross of Mothers, May 7 to llth. Rate, lowest first-class fare, for round trip. Dates ot salo. April 25th to May 5th. Return limit, July 31st. Execution feo of fifty conts will bo charged nt destination, DIvcrso routes allowed, nnd stop-overs pormltted on either going or return trip, at nny point west of Missouri river. Saint Paul, Minn., Blonulal Meet ing, Goneral Federation of Womon'o Clubs, May 30 to Juno 7th. Rato, one wny faro plus $2 for round trip. Dates of salo, May 20, 2S, 29 nnd 30th. Re turn limit, Juno 9th. W. A. DASHinrx, Agont. J. W. MARINO, T. P. A. Bhoruiau Texas, J. L. WILSON. FREIGHT TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE LINE. Ofllco it American Restaurant. Residence phono 72. Ufllcc phone 70 ELECTION PROCLAMATION. By virtue of tho authority vested In mo as mayor or tho city of Ardmoro, Indian Torrltory, I do horoby Issuo this proclamation for nn election to bo hold on tho 3d day of April, 190C, In Uio said City of Ardmoro for tiw purposo of electing ono Alderman in ench or the four wards of said city and tho places, and tho Jiidgos for holding said election In oach of said wnrda aro designated aa follows: First Ward National Bank Build ing; Judges: J. N. Morgan, hr. L. Alex nndor nnd W. S. Wotvorton. Second Ward M. M. Griffith Build ing; Judges: C. F. Fruloy, Sam Weeks nnd U N. Murdock. Third Ward Flro Stntlon, City Hall; Judges: U. H. ijye, Mike Gor man nnd -Air Kdwurda. Fourth Ward Bivens, Corhn & Freusley Building; Judges: J. M. Loyd, John Lynch and Frank Borryhlll. WItnoBS my hnnd ana seal or office this the 10th day or March, 190G. R, W. DICK, Mayor of tno city of Ardmore. WARNING ORDER. In tho Unltod States court In tho To dlan Torrltory, riouthorn clfstrlct: C'urrlo I)wo plaintiff, vs. Thoraa Ixiwe, dufondnnL No. C177, Tho defendant Thos. Ijowo 1 wnrned to nppeur in this court In thir ty days and nnawor tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Carrio Lowe. Wltnesa tho Hon. Hosea Townsead. Judge of said court, and tho seal them of, this 21th day of Mifrch, 1906. (Seal) C. M. OAMPBELU Clerk. By W. S. CROCKETT, Clerk. Potter, Bowman & Potter, atter noyo. J. C. Thompson, nttornoy for uos rcsldent. Mrst published March it,, l0fl. Committed Suicide By flyluic against my now scroon doors. T. K. KEARNEY. 18-tr Notice. Notice is hr.ony given that on Sat urday tho 31st day of March, 1900, 1 "hall apply to tho United States court for tho Southern district or tho Indian Territory, at Ardmore, for an order authorising the sale or the following described property: Tho S E U of N W VJ, S W Vi or n w . x e Vi or n w m or s w . tho n or h tt or s w yt aud N W tt or N W Vi of 8 H i all in See. 25, T 5 S RIB nnd containing ISO acres (120) In tho ChickaBaw Na tion, Tndian Territory. Said property bolng tho proporty of Willis Watson and Richardson Wat ion, minors. (Slgnod) C. D. WORTHAM, Curator. By Potter, Bowman & Potter, at torneys. First published March 8, 190G. Steals Fire From tne Mind. Malaria steals flro from tho mind and vigor from tho limb unloss you tako Dr. Mendenhall's Chill and Fever Curo to glvtj yoursolf nev vim. tor than or', juo nnd does not affect tho hea V i"oasant to tako. It you do no .'tttio it bitter than any other Chili ronle tho City Drug Store will pay your money back. Coupon books at this office, $5, 111 sod $20 sixes. WARNING ORDER. Arthur D. Hydo, plaintiff, Ta. Too Ardmoro nnd Boston Company, a Cor poration, dcrondant. Tho durondant. Tho Ardmoro an Boston Company, n Corporation, la warned to appear In this court iu thir ty days and nnswor tho complaint or the plaintiff, Artuur D. Hydo. Wltnoss, tho Hon. Hosea Townsenu. Judge or said court, nnd tho seal there of, tills 19th day or .March, 1900. (Seal) c. M. PAMPBELL, Clerk. In tho Unltod states court in Uw Indian Torrltory, Southorn district: By O. A. WELLS, Deputy Clerk. Johnson & Dolmnn, attorneys. J. W. Harreld, attorney for non-rest dont. Hrst published March 20, 1900. WARNING ORDER. In the United Statoa Court in tho In illnn Torrltory, Southern District: Ada A. Tilly, plaintiff vs. Loias a Tilly, dorondaht, No. 6593. Tho defendant, Louis D. Tilly, 1a warned to appoar In thla Court la thirty days and answer tho complaint, of tho plaintiff, Ada A. Tilly. Wltnoss, tho Hon. Hoaca Townsend, Judge or .said Court,- and Uio sea thorcof this 22 nd day ot March. 190. (Seal) O. M. CAMPBELL, ClerK. By W. S. CROUKETT, Deputy. J. C. Thompson, nttornoy. W D. Poster, nttornoy for notv res ident. First published March 23, 1906. No mattor what you want to jutnt we have Just the- paint with which do the Job best Qur prices nro riglwJ 25 F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist.