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THE DAILY1 ARDMOREITE.
Ardmore, Friday, April 20, 1904, FIVE HAT PIN Ihotii-wf.t dotpUt n-it. In lrrUii itrt "Ml Ww Heart Wo.' -oi rin.WiM VHo llrncHct. Fott. Ilroochix .ml l.iti-M leather llsm) WALTER C. DEAN Jeweler and Optician 108 West Main Street Wear the Best; It Costs No More VtiUn I'.' o-Dale Woolens, norr.intpl Trlmm'nn I.KT IH MAKK YOl . t M fl - W! do Cleaning Iteyainn ai. I I'rc;tiK Ardirtire Tailoring Company 111 North WunblnKtimSt, jno. cookkk, Prop. STRAWBERRIES FrcRh shipment daily at K. U. 1'UOH'S. 2'Jlm Our Hath and Daley Thermometers I aro guaranteed necurat'e. Iok horc first for such goods. Kino assort ment, and prices aro right. F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist. Protect Your Home, by buying some of this; tire screen doors at r t. k ke.hney'S Oalnmor Steel ranges don't heat your houso like common stoves, S. K. S. Co. Camp Sam P. Davis U. S. C. V. will meet at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon nt the city hall. Delegates' badge will bo dlstrlbuTed. Ofllccrs for tho ensuing year will be elected. All mem bers tirged to come. K. Dl'N'KM', Com. II. WALLACE. Adjt 18-lt Eggs for Setting CornUh Indian Camcs; AtJ.A.SKipworth's $25.00 Reward Some one has reported thnt my sidewalks do not stand. I will give $25.00 roward to any person who will show a piece of my side walk work that has cvor given away, or is not satisfactory to the owner. Twill at any time cut through to tho bottom of any work I have done to show that it will compare with any work done in Ardmore. I GUARANTEE ALL J1Y WORK L. R. MARST0N We dilliu ICE CREAM In an qusatilf Pint-, Quarts or Gallons C.V. SEGALE Confectionery ' It'n better to bti rate than orrr." Get Your Abstracts from Us Thounamlft of alcttlnm worth ifUinlOiil ili-clilnl oil our uliittrsctit It hoct loin of onu dollar. W. S. Wolverton S Son PHON E For Carriage or Ii&rjfjarie ARDMORE TRANSFER CO. W. R. INGRAM, Mgr. K'. $10 nud $20 coupon boohs at this otllce. -74 T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist Phono 4 HOLDERS - relMihvliC No. IW SUPT. BENEDICT HERE. Will Report Favorably on Ratification of Bond Issue Dy Department. John I). Uenedlct, superintendent of wheels of the Inillnti Territory, wns here this morning. He had been dispatched here to make a Special report on the city with a view of making recommendations on tho proposed bond Issue. .Mr. llonedlct waTTTiH't In tlio rear oT tho First Na tional bank by representatives of tho different business Interests of the town. A report of the taxable wealth and of the industries of tho town wait compiled ;ind facts con cerulng tho growth and ptospoctivo growth' of Ihe town. When tho figures had boon compiled Mr. lleno diet had no hesitancy in making the statement that ho would recommend that the .crotiiry approve Ihe bond Issue. There Is no Irregularity In the vtstl of a representative of tho Indian Inspector ut this tlino as ,i commercial report of every town Is made before the secretary an proves tho fsstianro of bonds. Mr. Hi-nediet said that ho would make his report special mid that It would foon be In the hands of the Interior department, and that Senator Clnpp who ban on former occasions uvl deuced his friendship for Ardmore, would urgo prompt Jin Ion on the pnrt of tho Interior doparlmonl. The city Is anxious lo have the Issue up proved as earl)" as possiblo for tho reason that every day from now tin til tho next school term beclns will bo required' to construct tho nor school houses and have thum In rend Iness for the early fall lorm. Tho superintendent ' recommended that the school board proco Mi their plans and have ovorythlu 'a readi ness for active work when tho money In nt hand for ho Is of tho opinion that tho bondg will be allowed. Mr ncncdlct departed on tho first train and will hasten to Mtoskogce whore no will make his report tomorrow. Notice to Contractors, lllds will bo received at my otflco until 11 o'clock Monday, April 23, for tho erection of an S room. 2-story frame residence for S. A. llrown In tho town of Aylesworth, T. T. Plans and specifications can be seen ut my office .1. H. WHITE. Architect. 'J0-2 The New State. Governor Kranti of Okltiluimit con tributes an nriiclo entitled "Tho Now State" to tho May issue of South wtjit, published by tho passenger tnilllc dopnrtment of the Heck Island Frlseo lines. Tho price or ilio magazine U live cents a copy, or fifty cents n year. Adilress all communications to 1021 Frisco HulldluR, St. Umls, Mo. 1010 U't us show you tho opportunities In tho "Goldon State," of tho Mexican Itepublle. Call 1 to 2 p. m., or 7:30 to U p. in., Itoom 11 Commercial Ho tel. ICR Committed Suio'de. Ardmore. I. T.. l"h:i: Liu green fl that flow ngnlust ilioso good scroou doors nt 9tf T. K KIJAHNEY'S. Tho illustrated lecture course will begin at tho Cumberland Prtabytor- Ian church on Tucsilay evening, April 2L Pleaso change dato on flcnsou tlckcl. II. U WALKER, Pastor. Galnmor ranges nro guaranteed. Soo our ad. Stevens, Kcnnerly &. Spraglns Co. BROWN 4. BRIDGMAN. Funeral Directors anil Licensed Embalmsrs. Open Day sad Night I'hf no JJ 109 West Main PERSONAL NOTES. Ostnr "Davis of Unincsvllle U In the city J II. Dickinson nf D.i vis wns IM the city todu). Mrs. A. A. ChitpnniTT of Tlsvh N In fhc city. K II. SoIoiiiaii of Kansas City l In the cfTy today. Jas. T. Hums went lo Oklahoma City this morning. Deputy Win, Mcl.emore onme In f i oin the south this morning. Superintendent llonedlct of the 'n- dlan Territory schools Is a vlsl'.nr lo Ardmore. M. I.. NVwms.il of Cornish Is In the city the guest of T. O. Caldwell wild fiimily on West Main atret. I), Ijuulmnn departed yesterday for Montgomery, Aln., where he to repret-ent tho I. O. II. II. loe.e .tf this city nt the grand todnn itnetlnn Mrs. Kd ItliiKer and little diuiRhtet of St. Iuls, who Imvo been vlsltlnn In the elty. hnvt? departed f(r Chick nclm where tliey will nlio imike a brlpf visit . !el your tomato plnuts and cut llowers at Drains! U lloilst. Sn-X Pottponed. The C'otifednrato benuflt has been ostonrd, owing to Inclement weath er until tomorrow. Satin day night. 20 Pottponed. On account of Inclement weather the opening of Hofiman's soda foun tain over which the Woman's Guild of St. Philip's ehutch weie to prosldo tomorrow evening, huh been post poned until further notice. Ticket on ulio Monday morning for "lltifttnr llrown" April 28. IS-1 THE FOSHEE CASE. Master In Chancery Hinkle Finds Under 14 Years. The Fosliec- case, whlcli United States Judge Toniisend tferntl to Master In Chancery John II Inkle to tabu testimony, will probably be ro ported to the court today. Judge lllnkle lias rencln-d tin- conclusion lc hlx findings that MIsn Iitirn McKas son, the daughter of T. V. McKassot, whose marriage to Jonnu Foshee nt tnicted nltoiitloii, In tindur io uge of H years. It Is llknly that fTTe ma rtag. will In annulleil by the court. The enso has been one of the hard est' fought' since Ihi beginning of anv that has como within the Jurlsdlc'lji) of tho master. Kadi hido .entostod uvory inch' of legal ground and num ernus wittieShCH were Intioduced and llin recouls of tho Dawes 'ommlsslon were OMtinlni-d In an e.",j. ti .ncii tain tho age of Mls McKasson TIip nutcotne of the case depended en tlrt'ly upon tiTe rfgo of tho young lady. Homaiitle ns the c-asti was, the lu tpRlst of tho puhlln natuinlly In creaswl as tbo facts became known. What fipponred to be n matter rl slight Importance developed Into nn ntfalr of tremendous legal Import. The records revealed that n ylr1 dUappeuted ft out home, Is found si ting on n bank by n ninn who tiou lior to his brolher'H home nud tin) next day marries her. Subsequent a logal light Is Instituted. The i-x onU further show that the fnther o' tho girl sought to have the man-lug niimillod. The ciK(i In iuostlon was that of T. F. McKattson, an Intermarried e!t Uen of Cornish, who protoslet against the mnrrlago of his girl i Jonas Fosshei, a young man who to sides near Hon bar. Mr. .McKinin states that the girl Is under 14 year of age. In the testimony tnken van tfHa records won dntvod into for li purpose of flniliug out the age of the yoilHg Taily, who ran away. It saenn that she became dissatisfied with home life" and since the marriage has u vowed that she will not return homo. . Miss McKesson was married at MarlnKn last month after a rev hours' ouitBhlp. It was Foshee wio fouiiu the girl sitting on tho bant; and who took her to his brother houso whore she related tho storj of Tier homo life. Stirred wit i sympathy for her Jonui Foshee atk ed her to liecomo his wlfo. Since the mnrrlnge tho young lady has been li tho custody of W. C. Kendall oil na order of tho coutt. Tickets on sale Monday morning for "THister Drown" April 23. 18-1 Postponed. The Confederate bonellt has boon poHtponed. owing to Inclomon't wonth or until tomorrow. Saturday night. 20 For Sale. Uroken Block of groceries and new delivery wagon. Will rent house and fixtures, phone 29.1 D. St. Oth Avo. N. W. KTJLLBH A SON. J6-C Buster Brown. Theio Is abundant promise of hear ty and wholesale amusement at the Ardmore opera houso Wednesday, April 2. when Melville 11. ltnmond's musical cdtrted" creation. "Hunter llrown," will be presented. Kveryone know and likes "Huster," as Itlchard F. Outrault has pictured him on the funny paws of the newspapers He Is a boy whose sense of humor and mischief appeal to all. nnd Is stir totimli-d with a large and brilliant company Including a chorus, ballet and a group of IS-cnntt "merimn llratttles " Huster will be enacted by a clever little romedlnn and his funny dog. TIro, by a well known animal Imp-1 senator The kcttltiR Is spectacular nnd some 0 pedplp sre cugnncd In the performance. Tickets on wile throe days in ad VSI1CA 20 Pottponed. The Cnnfodemto benelll hm bceii tost))oned. owing Ui Inclement wrath or until tomorrow. Haturduy iiMit 20 Tlnketii on sale Monday morning for "Huster nrown" Apttl 2ft is I LOST Hod lee wool fascinator. Finder return to Kraplte theater. Howard. 20tf At the ConftiTerato benefit ou will hour nil tho Into songs and spe cialties. Seats on sale at Hod TYoss Drug SloTT- 20 Wolfe Acquitted. Aftet a few hours' dellbeiiiiion In tho Chan Wolfe cose a Jury In tho Federal court today returned n ver dict, or not guilty. Wolfe, It In inncni bored, shot and dangerously wound ed Tom 1 tin Is some time ago For a number of day Harris' life was despaired of, but wltli remarkable Vigor he pulled through. As a rcHiilt of h wound In the lig ho In a cii)i pie. Ill the tilal, which lasted nlioii' .1 day and a half, tiiere were a mtmbir of wltliesfeM!Mimlned. The defend nut alleged soTfViof.nse. Tho affair occurred In a Main street KamtdliiB house, At tile Confederate benelll viu will hear all the late songs and spe cialties. Setit.n on sale at Rod Cross Drug Store. JO Special Meeting. A'Tpeclal meeting of the ytiodnu-n of tho World will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock nt the K. of P. hhll to take action looking to the relief of the Han Frauelsco sufferers. A full attendance Is desired. T. K. HOIXI)C C. At the Confederate benellt you will hear nil the late songs and spe cialties. Seats on sale nt Hod I'rom Drug. Store. 20 T Chautauqua Day. Ttjesdny, April 21, Is tho day set for a report on the sale of Chatitau qaa tlokets. ami will decide whether Ardmore Is to iaivo u ehuutauqua. All who hnve tickets to sell wilt re port to Row V. r. Welth not Inter than I o'clock of that day, as lo ho ni;in tickets thoyiiavo aU. jell CO.M.MKUClA'li CUTH (!OM'. 'rickets on sale Monday morning for "Huster Hrown" April 25. 181 Miss Clawsou, who has been very III with pneumonia, la roportt.il no better nud her condition fx causing much apprehension among her friends. Mlsi) Clawson Is sick ut th -resilience of I. H. Mason. FREE USE OF WIRES. Teleoraph Companies Make Generous Offer for Relief Work. A. W. Sullivan, manager of tho Wcsiorn ofllco in Oifs city, was today ndviseil by the" superintendent thnt tho Westorn Union will transmit free domestic intHtsages relating to the re lief of sufferers at San Francisco when offered by duly constituted re lief organizations or public ofUcors in their ofllclal capnclty, subject to such delay as the conditions Impose Tho Postal Also. J.ooal Manngor W. T. Salisbury oi the Postal In In receipt of tho follow lug telegram from tho management: "Tho Postal Telegraph Cable com iany will transmit free domestic telegrams relating to the relief of the sufTorers ut San Francisco whon offeroil by duly constituted relief or ganizations or public oillco-s In their official capacity. When destined to San Francisco fcuoh telegrams will be cubject to delay ns the condition at that point Impose." Tom Franklin Nye, manager of t'.n big scenlp production, Jeaso Jnm-js wao In tho city today en routo to Davis. For baggage wagon, phone !61. A bouri. 18-1 1 r Easter ou ought to be in our storo these days and hear the expressions of delight from the littlo folks who see our lt-aster Novelties, "iou would roalizo then how much hat). nlness you could provide for the small people at home, and at an Insignificant cost, too, We Have a Complete Line of liaster Novelties this year. Huffy little chicks and ducks; funny birds with hats on, strango birds of brilliant plumage, roosters, hens, rabbits, oggs; etc. Somo novelties mi- ui uiiiiuj-, siiim- urt iiiaue to noid mndy, and somo are just oMiamontitl. They represent tho latest creations of their kind, They comu at a variety of prics from F J. Ramsey, Druggist. Corner Caddo and Main New Electric ing l.uvn mower in the city. In offering this mower at $7.00 cash, we know that you will tind it at least 80 per cent cheaper tliuu any other mover; every cue guaranteed, liasy running. STEVENS, KENNERLY & SPRAGINS MORGAN & TATUM The newest and latest styles will arrive SPECIALS for MEN On Sale Saturday Only Men's Cotton WorK Gloves i Made of heavy Canton Flannel, a splendid substitute for tho leather glove. It will surprise you how much service they givo. X JJ) dor. Men's Cotton Gloves, regular lCc sellers, a pair.. 8c ? 10 dor. Cotton Gloves, with leather tipped lingers, regular t 15(J fiellcrp, for jqc ' ; doz Men's Cotton Gauntlet Gloves, worth L'Oc. a pair 15e ? Men's Hose Supporters Utio.r'n Men's" Imitation l)oton Gartets, in black, white and colors,tvo jmir to a customer, on sale ntur tlay, jier pair Of Men's Suspenders A good all elastic Sus pender, good webb and neat pattern, special baiur dnv a nail f)c v - Men's Imitation (Suyot Susj:endors. our LT.c qual- :.. CiIl.U.. 10.. 11, ijii (jiiiui nil,) 1 u jau 101; Men's Choice of a big lot of M?n's Fancy Socks, regular 50c sel lers, Saturday a pair ,38c Lot of Men's Fancy Socks, extra values at 23c, Saturday a pair 18c 50 do. Men's Socks, regular 15 sellor, comos in plain, blacic tan and fancies, a very pueial barjain, at per pair 10c A special value in our regular 10a teller in black and tan Seks is on sale Satutday at per pair 7 l-2e Straw Hat Special Big lot Men's and Hoys' Straw Hats, nico, cloan stock, but incomplete lines worth from 50c lo $2 00 an sale Saturday at One-Fourth Off Umbrella Special 100 Men's and Ladies' Umbrellas, with plain or fancy handles, good cover on best paragon frame, good $1.00 values, Saturday only 79c ONE PRICE EVEN t Novelties 5c to 50c Sts. Phone 3D. Lawn Mowers BALL BEARING Tho New Eleotric Ball Hearing Mower is tho latest improv ed, high wheel high sliced, self sharpen- Heforo buying your 15ASTJ3K HATS sci us. in Tailond and Street Huts Thursday 25c Necllwear 10c A clean up op Men's and Hoys' Shield ami Urand Bow Ties, neat patterns, in light and dark colors, big assortment to select from, on sale Saturday, each 10c Men's Underwear !!0 dozun Men's ijalbriL'iraii ao Uuderwcar, regular HOc Karmect, Saturday a gar- on.. lllUllb. ,..39u Sox SPOT CASH t i CHANGE