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Ardmore, Sunday, April 22, 1906.
TWO THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. CSIjc JJailtj arDmowilc. Every Day Except Saturday Dy THE ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING COMPANY. mine? 8ugg I'roldont 0. I Byrne Vlce-Prcjlilenl m. K, ngland Managing Editor 1. Fentrcai Wisdom.. Associate Editor f. r. Easloy IJuslneiB Manager stcrcd at tho I'ostoince at Ardmore as Second-Clata Matter. November 2, 1893. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The Dally Ardmorelte. One Week..... t& C Do Month t,0 Dno Year 15 0 The Weekly Ardmorelte. Ter Tear, by Mall U W BIx Months BO Three Months... (I'ayable In Advance.) Confer with tho Managing IWItor ja all mattora pertaining to the out orlal department and with tb l'rw Idcnt or DutlueM .Manager on uasl acas. Published every alternoon (except Saturday) and Sunday morning. Offlco of publication, North Wash ington streoL The official newspaper for tho Unit ed Staes Court of the Southern Dis trict, Indian Territory. Also for tho G-lckasaw Stock Association of tho Indian Territory, and tho official or gan of tho city. Any erroneous reflection upon the character and reputation of any per on blch may bo printed In tho Ard aaoreltc, or any article based on re ports that aro faU will be gladly cor rected If brought to tlo attention ot tto publisher. PHONES. Ifciblness Manager's Office 633 CKy Editor's Olllcu S LonfC DUtance ...613 Ardmore. Sunday, April 22, 1906. Poor San Friinclwo! oo Help Prlwo aufferera. -oo- v . Dr. iKiwIe wasn't born In MlaMittrt. v yet ho Is back to '.Ion City In order 'Vat the Insurgents may "show him." o-fro Ther Bounty of faith In thf fu ture of tho Pa'nma rannl. but the" peo ple nrt"1)0BlnnlnB o. think It ! tlmo or tho "works" N v oxo KiTOneors Shont and Wiillnes do not ngrco In tho Isthmian ennui mat tor. Each Is to'lnsr to nlv- the othr tho Culohra cut." oo- Nothing having bron hoard from AgTilnaldo for some tlrao, It Is sofo to aisunto that ho Is gutlliiK his ihr'fl eqnaro meals rogulaily oo Nobody Iirh nnyot Hturtwl a uion stcr petition for the relonsft of Ceo. W. Perkins, ox-vlco-presldent of tho Kerf York Ufo Insurance Co. Tho I-oulnvlllo tnllora whoso shopH wero robbed lately, complalu of un just discrimination. "Why," they ask, don't tho burglars tackle a millinery emporium onto In n while-?" oo Tho party who htnrted tho rake atoi-y of tlmt Pnrkhurst nwittHlnntlnn jilot, has boon mint to prison for wv enyenrn, to show lilm that Now York era will hIhiuI for on trilling. i' ofro A now lnw proponed In MIsHlsxIppI rt'qiilrtw that n legal dwtnn of eggs Ainunt woIkIi nl louftt two poiindH Theio uro ruses In which nlno goose 4ggM welKh more than a ton. -oo- A dlstwlrh from St Petersburg Kiiya the osur wan n dtHiual failure in tho recent skating carnival That fcconm strange In view of the stunts the csar has been doing on thin Irr for wiverwl yenrs. According (o u dispatch whleh luif not been, and will not be Rent out tho coal strike will bo mispended un tit both the miners und operators IrtVn held a i-onferenco with reprr -srtnlatlvoM of tho consuming public oo - Comment on tho choice of (5ov Jnf Davis of Arkansas to the I nlti l Htiites senate, scorns to waver be tween two opinions whether ho will uococd In "rough-housing'' that body, orIt will suncftd In bridling and turn itg him. Johu Alcxondor Dwwle aunounrAx lth a voice of thunder that he will Mnlto with bin light hand. Hud lay Jow. After he Iiuk mudo a fiw piellm Jnary ihsi in the smiting proc hp lie may wlah he had contented him Jicir with merely "laying low." KannH Is aram lo the fiont in lun Iuk ono of Its olll.ens, a eoloreil wo man, to confess thnt she has usid lobar for seventy yesira lleglnnlug t the teudor ngo of ten she has per slfiteti In tho habit and reports n? tetfti" having beeo doiw hnr by uiliH SAN FRANCISCO CALAMITY. Th' liitiiiiil!n nf 1h- wentorn Um Is In aalie nml .. ,,oih ouU itc homeless. l.ni-r newg ahows lhnt the horror u much iernter thnn at first r?Kfrl .l The full" exrenl of the terrible itnrooh'1. whleh left dentil urnl destruction In Its vak la not yol fully known. In addition to the ter rible Iom tttmnglt tho enrtktmko, the daman by lire wilt prove more severe. It was an uneven strngalp ot man against an ttaomiiierabte element of nature. It Is too soon for the est I mute of the liMHies that the beaetl'nt elly cm the Ootden Oate haa aufTered In lives and In property. The lose of life may be leaa than that suffered by dalveeton In the wind driven tide that snbmerged It September X. 1MM. Jin I Oalveston had In that year only 37.0 Inhabi tants, while San FYanrlsro had I5n, oon. Tnonah Oalveeton'a life loss, variously estimated at 6.000 to ooo. remalna the moat appalling ever nuffi-retl by aK American elly, tae Rnn Pranclseo loss if nroprty throtiRh wroek and fire la likely to exceed Bhy llwlt hitherto reached In this country. Fortunately the ahork was con fined nrlnclimlly to the bueluesa sec tion or the city ami came at a time when the thousand who were em ployed dally In the jjrent olllcea and shops were rejioelna; poueefMlly In their homes, otherwise the loaa of life must of necessity have assumed at 111 more dreadful proportions. Hut the amounf of losses Is of leaa Immediate consH(enw than the condition of tite people who have been deprived not only of their homce but of their means of subsist ence, of light and water aa well as of bread. It la the old story. The story of lNmpell, the story of HercNlanaum, the story of St. Plerfo. They had trusted to rtie terfler ineroies of the volcantw'a treaeher oua slnmhor. They feared not the liurnlnn mHintaln nor tho crimlty of the enrtlnmake. They hullded their homoM upon Invn bed and alept IMjflceTuriy. Hut Uio warning of hlhtory fall polntloaa upon tho tluflnnt optlmlam of Inon. Tho hoarl of jirogroan, Is not nfrnT.1 It will trust Itself to tcmpostuous sens. It will defy tho tornado and the pnilrlo tiro; -It will Invade thu desert with commorco and enterprise, con vert tho waato places and chnnge nrld lands into growing Holds Id will rob rivers of their clmnM-ls. steal nreas from the lako bed's and build cities for thu floods to devour. Yet dosplto disaster, heedless of mistake, It will hope on and build on. Thus tho enterprise and optimism of progressive 'Frisco built n city upon the sand. They had not reek oned with the onrtluiuuke. Hut 1' ntue ni'l tb fry i-M N' i N thi-. nil H.m Fmifrl-"! wilt be i oImiI . as Charleatun and Oalveston were With sublime optllhlsm. with tin dannted conrago, -they will refttae to Lellevo that what hnv happened will ever happen ascnln and It Is better so. Thin Is tho spirit that makea for the progreaa of tho world. This Is the spirit that, lias chained the light nlng, ntnde the Ihumloruolt a candle bear Or, a pack horse and a mrtascn- ger boy; shImIuwI nature and deMued the limitation of time and spnre. It will suffer for Its faith; It will imy for Us daring, It will 1m- pun Ishwd for Its itflsfukea. Imt It will more on until II fdaehea the outward limit of mortal (KMialbllltlea. Aa for San Francisco, ahe need- sympathy and aid. We all may i 0r:alen. 'ne all Will expert au eor In the hour of calamity. I-'t u hope that Ardmore and all the cities of the country will lavishly roniili. nte out of their pieHty w. the v demtrtlon of the stricken iiii tropol - In order to be prompt and efferttr The. Ardmorelte anggeata that Mn - Dick appoint a committee to soli. aid for the atrlcken elt to be f. wartled at once. l. give twli. v1 gives n.utckly. AT THE GOVERNOR'S TABLE. In tlit nlwenee of n govt rnot f the Indlnti Territory. Theo W (litllt' stwelary of the Muskogee Chanihtr of Commerce, enjoyml tne honoi1 cf being seated at tho Rovemor's 1 1' ' at the St. Louis banquet kImsi 'i the representatives of the SouM.u Wo take this occasion to i -mt it 1 . leruntorlnl candidates foi tlx pn posed atate of Oklahoma thai l- I at a table with chief executhis ' not make a man a governor. -00- A Rochester, New York, hu '.1-1 suea for divorce from hi wlfi , the a.legetl reaaon that she tiKd t kill him by putting hair In hl die cakea. Any experienced lio.ii'! will doubt the possibility or Killing a mnn by that mulhctl. The Texas nillroiTl commisHlou haa under oonsideratlou a motion to fix tho passenger rate at 214 cents per mile for adult and cents for children. If tho Texas roads would knock out with one well thoop t!p free pass packers every man who rides the rails in Texas would bu ben efited and the passenger earnings ot (he railroads would not b reduced, but probably Increased. O-frO ' That "tho presont condition cf gov ernment In these territories (Oklaho- I ma and tho Indian Territory) Is to re tard the Industrial development of the entire Southwest, mid a crimo against the civilisation of this age," Is u truth which congress might ac- j cept 011 tho word of tho Southwestern ( Clubs If it did not know It already. j Hut paramount to thu civilization of the age Is the necessity for Speaker Cannon to "save his face" In the house's fight ngalnt tho sennto on statehoor St. 1wls Uepublle. $125 SERVETHEBEST I your table is provided with tho best things to (-fit, it follows as night tho day that you lu your buying at FELKBR'S. Hero you'll find ovo'rything frosh and crisp. Chase a Sanborn's Coffees Heinz's Sour and Sweat PicKIes Sweet Manc'oes White House Macaroni, Vermicelli and Spaghetti Heinz's 57 Varieties of Fruit Preserves Allee'retti's Fine Chocolate Candies FELKER fURCELlMllllSirATCR CO.M mm PuncELL . it H U.C.V. SPECIAL NEW ORLEANS Leave Ardmore at 2:40 p.m , April 23rd Cull on W. A. Dashikm., Ticket Agent, for Reservation In Sleeper Geo. II . Lee, G. P. A- Lingerie Parasols WITHOUT exaggeration, vc have the most extensive showing of Parasols to be found in Ardmore. You will Und here colors to match every costume; in plain, or embroidered, and hand painted designs. Styles arc simply perfection and the price is no more than you will be asked elsewhere, for inferior goods. The range of prices embraces the biggesl possible values in linen, silk and lawn, plain and very hand some color combinations exquisitely hand embroidered painted; many styles, at $1.25 to $6.50 A dainty sun-shade will be necessary to the completion of your summer's wardrobe now is the time to buy it AND HERE IS THE PLACE. Westheimer Obt, Qualities Tttt-Our Grocer LEADER FLOUR The World's Standard TYLER & SIMPSON BOMPANY Wholesale Distributors, ARDMORE, 1. T. T0 J. S. McNally, D. P. A. or $6.50 & Daube Prices Sell I: An Easter Smashup Will call your attention to tho fact that wo can repair anything in tho line of car riages or buggies in a man ner that makes tlioin r(Ual to new. ALLEN'S Carriage Shop Jim Glassford No. 33,891 A rcKlMf rnl trotter. Tbe EnM nll rtiuml italllun In Indian Terrltnrj- Oill and ce tl pf Jlk-rcf . In mak-Ink- thQ eaon at lay itiop. J. F. GWINN Weit Main St. W. P. POLAND 1 LAMPS Buys and sells lana, makes nl lease contracts, secures lotmcnls for citizens, keep flrst-class surveyor in oflico work guaranteed. Office ovor First national Bank. A White Man's Restaurant CONDUCTED BY White People Bast Calilnt la Taaxa FINEST FRESH MEATS Sausage, Ham. Choice Roasts, Luscious Steaks, and Tender Spare Ribs, Cured Hams : ; : ; : ; : : Celery and Oystors CHAS, KERNER Market neur Ullmer Hotel. I'tione 612 TUCKER'S MARKET Fresh and Cured Meats Steabs and Roasts rompt Dellrary Phona 91 Single Comb Brown Leghorn WoQjwn W,nn? Sil. one S.I trli at Ardmnrc Kalp. Iirl tnlajr. Kin.-njl.00 IMir IS. North of tlio City Park DEAN HA BR, Phone 475 HEATER OR COOK WOOD (lollTtrMlon hort Piitlru. Ilavp traction BiclDfi ud tm k-o tnywtsr to saw wood. FRED WILLIAMS Yard near South Ardmoro Ilaptlsl Church. Phone 30. si REAL ESTATE huy nil Hell JmlUn IdUi w'tive eyrul trdctn nf lunrt for cuIb ctmap. prlt-e ttiul locution to u'.t. Wr tn null citx iirojiertvi nn,t cm nolt you lott In prlocit mil locotloot vra Hill you roonpy Initb In Uuj tnir anil nlllnir jonr lni1.orxurutt- property. Hn Pb. torn jou deal rllb itneri. 1'nonv No. Uw Oao Dtnr Weil TJ. S. Court H'-uie, ARDMORE, I. T. AMERICAN UN uumphrey r