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Ardmore, Friday, April 20, 1604.
rouit THE DAILY AftOMOREITE. RELIEF FOR THE STRICKEN SPECIAL TRAINS SPEED WITH SUPPLIES TO GOLDEN GATE A Cry for Bread nVi See Sent Gt The People Need Atd ad Need It NovFamne Seenn Ifievlta. bit and Awful Serlig. aasC.Hl 8L Las. AbcM Jo - A train aasSSSMSSl Of tB Can -lth lU, Buttresses. .tlinVeU M4 fiU. tit aiaaatcawd ta la fna- riseo Utla saecainic Hsrraatcato. Cfcfll 2V -55raa from tea PnuMtora ar bslrflM to arrlrt ta tars win, Tat mtlM-rw PMffiTTMMifaar aes4 or 4rr tor Go aatcaaaa of prorifiou from all aeoUewa ot acramro Va' W aa4 JTaa IW"lor. April TO JCrrr rri'.x from Sob Kraactaeo I brtaglas; Ban lrtdi o ifas aUx UMWoaod hunt kr aoav bow. sad oo ac count of t Urga I1M1 Um city la practically plated hUt atartlal hw. A lb cm me rsJts (rata th Unlnr itr of Ca)l!orsia ar patrolllaR tb BtrreU rai nlfiht lfan earnpw of tho university aa ewawtwl Into a hipping room. Many of San Kran rJ.v- Injured aro brow Kilt hot- Pa lactic kcbh are wltnewl amooK Ibe ulpk CacTunouu(, April JO. L'pon ar rtral of tho governor, tan Seoml ffwjimunt kfl Goto on a aial train today for San KtauetKCO. WahhlnRton, April . I'ruattlant KrwcvcIt today HitrilHtd UfiOii anil Sonator KnCx (M fwr Ha I'raa rlwi sufferer. !ortlan, Oi. April u - Tho Kouthitrn I'aclflc ran a upwlal train of twonty cara. leaving hero for San Tranclaco, aTryln t rayslrtatw. twinty trained. nurH..HT ami SW.000 pounds orprovUlons. Ttio train will Ins rlvi'ii rlRht of way ovit frery thing, Shocks In New Mexico. Trlnmlod, Colo., April SO. Mount Capnlln, an iixtlnct volcnno, t'lKttt miles from " r'olaom, N. M., la said to be omlttlhB fiofco and heat from a flaauro broUun In it aldo by two .distinct cartuquaku liocks thla moru- inrr No rtcrious uamnKi- i No Damage at Honolulu. MInlla, April 20. Honolulu report i'A today Wat tltcfo was no damaRi tlioro i-y eorthqunVtt. Chicago, April 20. The Rreat Onl vaco tiro la overshadowed by the dla nater at Ban Francisco. Chicago had n opulatlon of 320,000, while Sun Vranclsco tins' 375,000. Chicago's drath llit did not exceod 20. while San Krancrnco's may reach 3.000 oi inoni. Chicago's "roporty loaa was J200.000.oou. Uill Iin Kranelaco will prottSly liwC f 3OT,00O,OOO Disaster Predicted. lUmmrkublu thoiiKU II mny srrtr. tho prosont calamity was prophil'J nut Intor than lour month-) flo J'rophct HpniiKl'r of New York m Ms predictions for 19W lay "Thorn will hi 1uV.-Ji.ivo raith quakos In Callfornli .in J th'i I'h'llp plnos." Ills predictions also Includml u di atntctlvo uniptlon of Mount Voau vIuh. These havn come to pas even to the fullest extent San Franclico'a Previous Fires. Han Francisco has aunVn-d ritly from flro In the iwsL but has always arisen from Its aahca In renewed boauty. A condemn-d history of the irnMt conllngraUons follows: lvx-omber 21. ISIO-llrst xront Jlrv1: More than 1.000,000 worth of tim'norty destroyed. May I. 1650 Sooond Kroat tiro. Tli-N WookH of hulldliiBH consumed. Ijo 4 ,000.000. Juno 4, 16&0 Third grant tiro. Ib JS.000.000. fleptomber 17, mo lourth Kroat flro. An cxtonalvo nroa of eompiir aUvoly Inoxponslvo 'bulUllns de tttroywl. IMB 1600.000. Dw.mtior II, 1860-Hro on Snem incnto and rontrjomery streets. Um Jl, 000.000. May t, 1861 Fifth ureal flro. Kluh teen blocks entirely burned, and pjirU of six otTinrs destroyod. The leuRth of the burned district was Ihroo fourths of r mil nl t wlJ,n onohalf a mile. lx.s 110.000,000 to $i:.ooo,ooo. Juno 22, 1851 Sixth Krcat fire. Ten blocks and parts of six oUwre d" atroyiMl. 13,000.000. Great Dliaaters In Fifty Years. 1871 The (jTe&t flro In Chleano r -t.rl b;iar J.- I.tes rai 'Ai de'lars dase T. Tt rrear Cr ia Boston i liTl-Mait tnar Atln'k- vanV USS Orat eartasiuk to Use lal and of laekla Ostioyt ,M -ol UU AnrsW Java aad aHslibor laa; Ialaa4 Irraatalaal ky rolcaalc rrami'JM: 1 . Itiet Vt. ArMt WaasifroBs arth qaaka at Caarfeatosi. I?T Orwst m.-tasjaak fa k Ri tier. lit Mas Daaa-ftism at Josiaa towa; till Urea kwt, loas MO.aat).. aa ISM 4aAry. Raratauc ot Teav W at CMtoa, l.44 eVataa. Uf Oaaarlrf. Oraat at Xaate lM Battlmdilp Victoria saak by Caaapwslowa. Ii lBibr. Ripioatoa of botub la Um Ckaaabar ot Dapailsa. lit 4 -FVbraary V.'rHt of Mtasa er Kmraara on Roacskiar reef, 100 Jaar SO Hobeliaa wlurres Bra. 2 to Uvea loetf Ikeaaaablaa Malae, Bulla aad Mreate 4atrr4; loas tlv.ooo.000 laooaWptaiaaw C UsttdAm Bb&&6; aawxtaMi iooa 04 per soas; appHKtsMtc dbmaae over ISO, OOO.Oao. IMS Jaly t SMakrac ot stesnsahlp Itoarcos:a, (AO drowatM. mS Mooni I'elee veleaao; 10.000 ktll.d. 1994-lane 11. linking of atm bodt Jiotum; 1.081 killed. lo6 Oetober . Typhoon In China; 10,009 drpwnod. IbOO Mnreh 11. Mlniit; dlsahter near I'arla; 1,100 mlni'rs bariotl nitre Funston'a Teleoram. WnshlnKtuti, April SO A teleKrara tecdvod at the war department this forenoon from General Punslon says: "Tko burned district Is now an proximately at follows: Prom Water froat up llioadway to Maaon street. thenc south to California street, thenee w-st lo Jonea, thence diagon ally to Van Ness and Colden Onto avenue. All this line Is now ncllve ly burning-, lire on the following I in is Is practically out: from Van Nona on Golden date avonue to Kill more, thence south to Market, tbonce on Irregular line oasl to the bay. In dications are that an acttvo flro Jin will advance weal to Van Nom and north to Union and Montgomery ave Ijiues. Famine seems Inovltabl The most onergotlc efforts from the outside would only prerent frightful suffering." Suicide at Bcrwyn A. J. Foster, n business man. com milled suicide at Herwyn thin after noon by cutting his throat. Mr. Fos for 7ornur7 resided in Ardmore and was well known here The unfortun ad- man made an nitempt to end hU life a few days ago, but the effort wan frustrated It Pays To Buy Good Clothes.... MARKElREPORrSj tHr IC R. Qulllot ft Co.. memberi et j N orltana cotton Kxcoanie.j COTTON MARKET. Aidmore. April 2" The following are quotations for today; Liverpool Futores. diii eiiiti a h IT I ' EBl Apr ly . il T Jnr. Junn JUlT. Jnlr auc . pota and Bait. ipoti . 1 HI f . III D I J 'J" ur Jolr Oet Spoil ... 1ate . . New York Future. Open. High. low. Clou . II M II IS II (I II 19 . ... I II SI IP W II . . 10 11 is it to n IS 17 epoti and Salts. 11. T ...... . - I!' MiA OHiant Futurri. Open. High. Low. Cloe . ... II 17 II 10 II w li .0 Fine Perfumes Yut'iiift anil L'jcut IHo.ssdin.s, 75c an oz. lioynl Swt-ot Ilur and an ex. Cherry Muds, Maryory. Hon Uatnona, MV The lies There is for the Price COLEMAN BROS. Drugs and Jewelry I'hone 205 W. T. NIXON, Silversmith I I Mm. Mm ar THERE'S an air oi smartness & refined t aste about our suits that instantly distinguis hes them from the ordinary, and your own knowledge of values will tell you i that these values 5 are out oi the ordi- j nary. That you may know iust how much the saving amounts to, compare them with those offered by any other store in this vicinity. Inves tigate I Its very good policy. Remem ber our fine suits are made bg the best tailors in the country- Schloss Bros. & Co., and others. Spring Suits in conecrv ntiveand extreme length, graceful, shapely, ser viceable, in rich mixtur es and clesiraMc shades $20 Westheimer & Daube It Pays To Buy Them Here i Choice Oxfords We have the liest Oxfords that m oney could bin. Don't 't h i n k that there is an other such a n Oxford Bhowing hereabouts. The particu lar Man, the fash ionable Man and t lie Man, desir ing comfort and greatservicewill be deeply inter ested i n o u r handsome new Oxfords. The style, leathers and splendid making Cannot Be Excelled All lasts, Irom narrow pointed toes to wide foot-form shapes every leather. $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 to $6 00 HAMILTON & CO., the Shoe Men Carpets, Art Squares' ' ' and Rugs R. A. JONES Lace Curtains, Portiers, and Cold Wave Refrigerators United Confederate Veterans REUNION at NEW ORLEANS April 25th to 27lh, '06 The Will on April 22, Sa and il sell tickets to New Orleans atap proxirratoly one cent per mile each wav, limited to May 7th for Bnal return. Ask Santa IV' agent for rate and detail information, or address W. S. KEENAN, CP. A., G.C.fcS.F., Galveston J. A. DIVEN3, President DON LACY, Vice President A. H. PALMER, Cashier FRED C. CARR, Ant. Caihltr. The City National Bank ARDMORE. INDIAN TERRITORY Capital $100,000.00 Surplus Funds 50.000,00 Accounts ot Arms and Individuals sol IcIteJ. Courteous treaUntnt accorded to all allies. n 1 L l A.TDKK30N PrMldts C L. ANDKUSON.Ctibl.r H. r. KHH.NBLKT. Vlc-Pr C.fl. UAOPIN. All ! CklM FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ardmirt. Indian Territory Capital raid la 5arplu Fudsj , Tstal S 63,000.00 .. 340,000.00 . $300,000.00 Tut oldn bkBk la laaiiD Tj.Tllory cooodIi ot Crmi sad lodlTldaklt tollolud apoa ih noil llberkl itrmi rontUicat wltb vood hiaklov "I IMPORTANT NOTICE n iiurr init itrranKnenU with W. M. l's lo Jollrer (Cotton Bcwil Uril itod llullt tu rour btru t tl.M lir too tor thn Hulls a i.ti iar lack tor the llcul The Beit and Cheapest Feed for your Milch Cow Mr. ruse's faun NO. UJW.Call bits or, i'ho.nb n Ardmore Oil a Milling Company COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE In the arinngcuitnr of our bunking otllcc. v have made liberal iirovision for tho comfort and conven ience of our patrons. Wo Invito your inspection. General Banllinrj in All Its Branches Capital $250,000.00 The BANKERS TRUST CO. CARTER eg CANNON, agents HtrRB.KKTINB TUB fOaOINO RUHLm OOMflll Cnmmtrelul L'olou Amaraace Comiisnj- of Loadou SneUod Pktatlan lnnrnce Cuuiaar of Ujn lon, BoBUad lufn Iniarii'iroCoroii.-iar of New York NUtrrn Klr of Ki-w York rboealt lnursuce Company nf ItartforiJ.Oono. Orlrnt tmurance Cnipny, of HtrUurJ, Oodd Klriman' Kand of San Franolkoo Norirlob Union Inruranoe tioclety of Norwich, Bnvlaad Herman Alliance ininrancn Company of New York Ocean Aooldent ami tlnarnnton Corporation. PrndentUI Lite Intnraoce Company New Jeraer i'latu Olaaa Uompaar t'hentx of llrooklyn. Philadelphia Underwriter of PbllajtlDhla 6nHBifeld of ktaiiachuietti. Uierpool, Loo.Ioo A Globe of Llrerpool ru,,,,,,pn," opnairceia OffCB im CAHTR'BOOKKK BLOO. OVMK r, O. La