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Ardmore, Sunday, April 22, 1906.
THE DAILY ARDMOHEITE. FIVE THE PRETTY ihFuiinnriNl For the Little Folks Wv offer the l.irt-i'ftt and most stylish assortment of Misses' and Children's Millinery in t lie city. Our prices uro right. Lowenstein's New Model, have you seen it Just Out, have you tried it? The Twentieth Century Sewing Machine SINGER "66" The highest type of family sewing machine - the einbodi incnt of Simplicity and I'tility the Acme of Convenience. Wo also sell the rotary Wheeler t Wilson. The Wheeler & Wilson factory has been purchased by the Singer people, hence wo are able to offer the pcoplo the celebrated No. i) Whe?ler t Wilson. ; JOHN N. MORGAN Office 213 W. Main. MANAGER Telephone 106. To Delinquent Water Consumers. All delinquent water consumers are notified that unl;vi U'C watiT tax Is palu by tormurow the water supply will bo cut off and thin means an oxrtn dollar to cac'i de'inqu-vt. W. HRODNAX, Water Inspector Eggs for Setting Cornish Indian Camci; At J. A. SKipworth's We dillnr ICE CREAM In an) quantity Pint?, Quarts or Gallons C.V.SEGALE Gonfectionery ' It'i lietlerto baafo tbsQ orrr." . Get Your Abstracts from Us Thmifatuls ot i)ollr' worth of litiililralu dec Pled on our utmrocu wltbouc ! of on dollar. W. S. Wolverton S Son .... -,. - - - - zz PHONE 7 4- For Carriage or Baifrjarju ARDMORE TRANSFER CO. . W. R. INGRAM, Kir. $5, $10 and 120 coupon book at this office. T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist Phdrie 4 Embroidered Dress Patterns A good collection of ail tin Lew ideas mail" rtf L:iwn Exclusive Designs Dross and Walking Skills made1 or Mohair, Pana tiuix ami Greys, i'opului' pi ics Lowenstein's A Good Suggestion. Wo want to start a subscription to San Francisco by donating In ready j to-eat poods, $50 worth, for the suf- lercrs, as mat scorns to uo uio owy way to rolluvo theso people Why can not tho mayor or some other prominent citizens call a mass meeting and appoint a committee, to get up a carload ofrftidy-to wit gooai and place banners on both nidus ot our car stating from Ardmore, I. T., to Sau Francisco Sufferers? Wo' arc assured that we can set free transportation of tills car of necessities for thin stricken people. Hoping that you will lake, thin up through ycur valuablo paper and ad' visa quick work Respectfully yoiirH, ARDMORE WHOLESALE OR'OCBRY COMPANY. "Knbo" corsets. 22 ARDMORE DRY GOODS CO. FOR SALE A No. 1 3-room house, to bo moved from lot. Ilurre) Hicks. FOR SAU3-Stock "established manufacturing business In Ard more, paying Rood dividends. Will bear Investigation. Address Dot C93. 22-3t . .... FOR RUNT Four room houso, Kood location. $13.00 nor month. W. M. Rlggs. 22-3t FOR RENT A single front ofQce rcom over Hall & Hlllls. II. 0. Stong. FOR RENT On furnished room, 212 Second avenue, southwest. Mrs. J. S. Holman. 22-tl THE COM HUrnrSTollY oftho" great San Francisco earthquake, written by eyo-wltnct?e. Com pluto " set of actURl photographs. Rig book, best terms. Illg money, Ageuts aro already taking from 15 to 40 orders a day. S?nd 10c ty JrpmploQu ouU Now ready, no flrt In your field. The Colum bia House, Chicago. 22 3 BROWN A BRIDOMAN. Fnnsral Directors ani! Llcentid Embslrrurs. Open Day and Njght Ptti a. II 109 West Main PERSONAL NOTES. Mi. and Mir- Hal Cannon are vl-lt in with relntlws in Gainesville. J E. McCarty ami I I. Arnold are in th( i lty from t-one Grove on bus InesH. R S. To) lor of Denton. Texas. I here visiting with life friend. Porter Staple H A Stanley,-' superlnleiidciit of the p.iblle school of Mndlll. is In 1 city in business. Frank Judatula In tho city from hi ranch near Foster, to spend several ." wtfri ' friends. t'nclo .loffn Hoffman will depart next Thursday for Germany where he will s)Hnd the summer. Jerry MrlJsh of this elty hss c eeit)d a xltlm In the First Nntlon ul hank f I)vIm and left for that place yesterday afternoon He will riHnmonee his duties Motidsj morn inpr MIkoh l.ulit and Clara CamplH-lt xVf (ialnesvllle are tJ-'uon Mrs. .1. S. tterkshlre. Miss Kills Cnmplmll lins many friends In Ardtnoto. helna a former teaeiiei In the public scliooU of Hits city. t'ol David lte.ltlel.1 slid Itev. V. C. Weltti left Friday afternoon for Pauls Valley to attend the prel ter which met In thai city yeslnr. dnj Tlie weie dolmtates from this place to the meeting. Thorn wero nlho a number of deloNntim fiom oth er cities here Friday on routo to the presbylery. Rev. Will Kendall will preach at the llronttwD) Methodist ehnreh Sun day nlnlil. New Stetson hnH. ARDMORF. DRY C.OOIIS CO Mrs. S. S. Carr, Mrs. Porter Staples and Mrs. Sam Noble wen deloRiito last week fnmi Ardmore to tho dls trlit W O T. V. conventlim at Davis. Mrs. C. P. Vanilenhtin and Mrs. Porter Staphs are In Pauls Valley, where they went as delegate to the meeting or the Woman's Homo Mis slonnry Society or Hie Presbyterian church. Limeades ut thu Indlahoma Cafe. .. Miss Nellie Hull of this city has been apK)!nted Maid of Honor for the Indian Territory division. Sons of Confederate Veterans. The appoint ment wus made by Otis 11. Weaver, of Ada. division commander of Indian Tenltory. "Nemo" corwets-'Hto it ladle. 22 ARDMORE DRY CLODS CO. Dr. Wm Anderson's little child, two years old, severely cut Its hand yesterday while playing with, a lawn mower. "M. A. Packard" low cuts. ARDMORW DRY liOODS C. 0. W. Rltter does moro repairing because ho does It Ixrttor. Autos, lawn mowers, typewriters, sewing machine, otc. (Slve. mo your order. First clawf work. T. T. Morgan Is iccovcVIuc from a critical lllni'ss of two weeks' dura tion. Miss Mabel I Johnson, ilaiiKhtor of J. W Johnson of Mllo, has been se lected as maid of honor to repre sent John II. Morgan Camp at. the New Orleans reunion. Duster Drown. Manager Itoblhon of the Ardmore opera house has booked "Raster llrown" for Wednesday, April 25, and one of the largest housori of tho sea son can safely bo expected. As usual tho chorus Is la.e. Then are car loadH oi beautiful scenery and tho "jJiow girls" ire "American Denu des, Wolcomo, "lluhtur llixiwn," will bo the cry for a few. days until tho company ar'rlvps.,Tlckcta on snlu Monaaj. No tickets laid away for anyone. l-TOR RENT iTwo-ncwt. front, rooms, corner R strcot and 2d avenue, N. V. C A Whltchuret. 22-2 Epscbpal Meeting.. Tho Vestry of Su Philip's ciurch have Itisued n call for all momborn, together with Uiosg lntorflsted In tho welfwro of tho cliurch, to attend n g-nml moetlnj? ut tho church on Mon day evening at 7:30 o'clock. lllue Ribbon lace hosiery. 22 ARDMORE DRY QOODS CO. Frank KolUiy, Btoiiographer with H. A. Applo of this city, hau gono to Bt Paul, Kan., whero ho was called eti uccount of thi donth of his fatl or To- cino of tbfnu dpllcloqa,' ogs drinks at tho intflagema Ca"tV. 23 V REPORTED NEW LINE Santa Ft Will Make Overbrook t,A Important Point. The Santa Fe has lenmi an exte 1 slve development of the fil flelt west of this city. Already thrm wells have been brought In and no. well are lulu sunk, it ! learn"P Uiat a large area of lit .and has h -1 poasfltl hy itsrtMs from Texs nn othei states and that dillllng for oil will rominnteo ai wii th" mi ehlnery can be idaesil on the grountl Tin- Sauls Fe Pre h inler i'nse hundreds of awes. It la stated Dint the Wheeler Holds liss been pros fleeted from thu town of Wheeler Mmtliwt-st to ttd rlrer and a smnit IHirtion In North Texas. It in said .thai oil experts have Inspected ever arre of this land for the Santa Fe people OH proapeetiH-a are nitmer itnr In the setlon of the country h tween Overbrw and Wfceeler. Th' plans of tlie Santa Fo company ran wA leameil. It Is salt, however, tliitt an enalneWlHg corps of the road has made a prcllmliiar) survey of theli tine projected from Sherman. Texas, to a point In Slonlhweat Kan sas, on the Denver, llnld and (lulf, which IIih the Sanlit Fe teretitly puiohsn. and that this line will be a direct line to Denver. Colo. TPe nw lint will cross t.ie main line of the Santa Fe at Overbrook. follow lug Ute direction of (ho oil fields tioiUttcst and providing railway fa cllltles for the Santa I'e Oil ocniiwny. who Tire now eighteen miles from the mil road. The vicinity of O vet brook win rv cmltTy Inspected hy the railway en gineers, and a station mid shipping fnennTes, It Is said, nave been au thorised Tor Overbrook. A townslte has Imhmi platted al tnw xiliit whleli will be opened May by the Over hnsik Townsllo eomtmny. and It U stateil tTpon good authority thai lh- Santa Fe Is providing means for III" transfer of all of their trafllr between the main line and Denver. 'nd ITin present arrangements all of lids freight and traffic must be sent Kniiwis when destined for the well, causing an expensive haul. The no-v line heu completed will be all air line between She'rmainind Colorado, STRAWBERRIES Freih tblpment dally at E. U. PUGH'S. 231m Prof. 11. 0- TteeC f 'T?.iei.. Texas, ii prominent educator of Texas, Is In the city with a view to locating. Protect Your Homes, by buying some of thiss tire screer doors at 9tt T. K :;i:rney'S Tim Ijulles Aid society of the Con tint llaptlst church will meet with Mrs. J. C. Preddy Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, lluslness of lniKrtnncc to the, society will como up for con sideration, und It is the desire that all members bo present. See the new "Rink" caps. 22 ARDMORE DRY HOODS CO Mr Fmnk McDonaugh. a weaPhv young lawyer of Denver. Colo , and Miss Rcata M. Dlls of this city will be united In marriago hure April 27 Tin announcement was made yos't r day by tho parents of tho young l.i dy. Mr. und Mrs. .1 W. Oils. Mr Mr Donutigh will arrive lunu from Hatv over. N II., on tho 2Cth. The youn;: ronplo will mako their home In D n ver. (lalnmnr Steel ranges don t heat jour house liko common stoves, S. K. S. Co. Tlrkots on salo Monday mornTng for ' ntihter Brown" Apill 25. IS i Chautauqua Day. Tmuiday. April ,21, Is the day set for a report on tho sale of Chautau qua tickets, and will decide whether Ardmoro Ik to Tiaifo a chnutnuqua. All who have tickets to sell will io imrt to Rev. O C. Wolth not lato." than 1 o'clock 'of that day, as to ho.v raauy Ucltets thefTtuvo sold. 20V1 COMMERCIAL CLUn COM'. 1 t r i 1 Prt-ttlest einbrolderlt In city. 22 ARDjUORE DRY GOODS CO. Tickets on sale Monday morning' for "Duster Drown" April 23." 18-t Get your tomato plants and cut tlnweiB at Drains' tho tlorlst. 20-3 Tlrkntg on snlu Monday morning for "mister llrown" April 2fi. 18-4 For Sale. llroken stock of groceries and now dgllvnry wagon. Will rent houso nnd n.xturcs. phone 293. D. St. 6th Ave. N. W KBLLJ2R & SON. IC C Mako tho old buggy cr wngou look new. Wo havo paint that will pro cervo as Well as- Improve tho lookc cf the voblcla. F. 3 RAMSEY, Droefiat. r HAT PIN Mriririn. ,)ft , ,.,)nB ,,r n., Hcirt hn, f..ltr r.p. wi-hm. tr.v,.M. K..h. ll..tr.1olllM.t Mth llsn.t l.n- WALTER Jeweler and Optician Wear the Best; " 1 1 1 1,1 ,Tp " I.I T t - M4KI Ml III I.OlltKH , I Aramore lailonng Company iill.tnrlh Wji,li-Kt..ii t INO. COONKU. t'ron. Fire Underwriters' Association. I J 8 llerk"hlie ha leiuntoil from ! Dallas. While there he met a large number of the field men and jnana-' iters of the large Insurance companies operating generally throughout this 1 country, as many of them were pres ent to alund the session of the Okla homa and Indian Territory Asmxila- linn Of lire ITmlorwrlli.ra In kimmIi. Ing of the Sau Frniirlsro dlsitster, he j said. "llefore leaving the city th stio jeel of tiro losses In San I'rnuclsco was the itlucltal topic discussed, nnd It seemed to be the general Impres sion that all the coniKinle had prora ted by ihtdr expeilence ill llaltlmoro, and had provided against the dangers of a great confiagrntlon hy keeping tlielr lines In all the cities well dis tributed, and also by re-lnsurauro. For example, n gentleman connected with one of the heaviest carrying com panies mi the Purine coast gavo ft as bin optutou that his company would mil bo Involved for an amount great er than $12S.Mo hy a conllngratlon In Ran Francisco of the proportions of I ne llaiflmnrc tire. It Is reasonable to upMie ttf.i'i the comimnios nre alt similarly protected ngalust great hiss os lii one place, hence there Is a gen eral feelliiK or couildenrn thu. the louses will be taken care of with the utmost ill sp;it cli and In a manner high ly satisfactory to those whose prop erty has been destroyed. Mr. Ilerkshlre reports that Dallas entertained tho members of the asso ciation loyally, and all were loud In their praises for the efforts of their brethiin In the Texas Hold. A Grand Attraction. The big limes' festival organization will reach. Ardmore early In tho af ternoon of May 2 on a special train front Wichita, Kansas, over the Santn Fe It requires n special equipment of four ens to carry this attraction, Prices loc .mil $1 SO F. N. INNES, Director of Innes' Dand. (alunior Carter & Cannon of this dry havo Jiqeii otllrlally atlvlsrd by wlro that tnll the losses of tho JvurKXl and London and (Hobo Insurance compnny caused by tho San Francisco- dlsus- tvr will be fully and promptly unit. This 1 one of tlo great English t-om-panlea nnd it seems from their course that all the lusuranco companies will not attempt io defeat the payment of tho California losses. Rov. .1. M. Mooro went to Manns villo yesterday to till a pulpit appoint ftfent'. ( Camp Sam DaviB 11. H. C. V. will meet at 2 o'clock Bunday afternoon at the city hall. Delegates' badges will be dlstrlbuTed. OfTlccrs for tho ensuing year will be elected. All mem bers urged t come. II DUNLAP, Com. H. WALLACE, Adjt. 18-4t Joe Green's Family Safe. T, A. l.cdbetter nnd wifo recolvcd a telegram from their aon-lnJaw, Jou Green, announcing 'tho safety of IiIh family at Ban Pranclsco, Mr. Green's Uoao was destroyed, Panama hati, $5.00 and (10.00. V I 'ME jSlHsssV 53 AUDMOiU) DIVY GOODS CO. HOLDERS 1 C. DEAN 105 Wtxt Main 5tret It Costs No More "0"an'r.lTrlmoilt t- tv. ' - '"'.ir.B nK llIr,o,sil1l'retli r-lrihcin No nit INDIAN SCHOOLS. Superintendent Denedlct Says They Are In Good Shape. In an Interview with John D. Rem dUt. superintendent of schools for the Indian Territory, he said that tie Indian appropriation hill, which ha-t not jet passed, contains n clause np prwprlatlug $150,000 for Die support or the combined day rural schools This amount, applied to all tho five tribes. Ih to be npjwrtloned with refer enee to tho number of school children In each nation. An equal amount of tribal funds will nlso b"5' ttse-l for eduontlotinT purposes, thus making a total of $300,000 for tidiica tlonul work. The Indian boarding schools are maintained from Indian funds, and white children nre not allowed io nt tend them. Thoro are five such schools In tho Chickasaw nution and four In the Choctaw nation. A recent act of congress continued the trlbnl governments foi one yenr froih"MTirch Cth ot this your. Had not this act passed tho tribal schools woum have been discontinued. The Curtis bill, which may or may not pas, provides that tho Indian schcols and school funds shall remain under the direction of tho secretary or the Interior until statehood comes. If not otherwise provided hy law. According to .Mr. llenedlct, who was In Ardmore Friday, tho Indian schools aro lit roo-1 shape and nro well attended. "Dorothy Dodd" oxfords. 22 ARDMORE DRY GOODS CO. Ouster Brown. Manager Roblson of tho opera house announces "Duster Drown" and all Its wealth of splendor for Wednesday, April 25, and this means a "record-breaking business" as nil tho boya and girls, both young and old, have their hearts set on seeing , this funny comoty, which will- 1m presented on tho nbovo dato men tioned. Tickets on sale Monday morning. No tickets laid uwny for -anyone. 22-2 Card of Thanks. ' " , To those who havo been so until ing In tholr gentle mlnistrlus, during the illness of our patient l)ra, we tlenlre io express slncore gratltudu. lu these dark days of bereavement, u is delightful to know thai tho sweel. loyal, iinsf Itlsh efforts of friends tried and true have helped us to bear the loss and hnve brought to our discour aged in nrtii a vision of Him who "do efh nil things well." And, too, deoply thankful nro wo for the splendid floral trlhuTT-s: may the Christ who has written upon the upturned faco of the Illy, violet and rose tho joyous story of new life, bring to you and yours, i very hlosidng conduclvo to happi ness THE COOK FAMILY. Tickets on sale Monday morning for "Hunter llrown" April 25. 18 4 Tho ladles' Aid society of tho Cumberland Prosbytorlan church will meet ut tho manso Tuesday afternoon promptlTit 3 o'clock. All members aro urged to bo present. MRS. ED HYRJ, President. Mrs. Fitch of MUnourl Is Oiu-giicft. of her daughter, Mrs. II. Ti KJrby, Meeting of Eastern Star. Regular meeting ot Ardmore Chapter Order of Eastern Star wilf bo held at MaiontQ ball Mond.xy night. MllS. FANNIE BUM PASS. W. M. Duslness Change. The Smlth-Fraley lumber ovmpatiy, successors to tho East Side Lumber company, will collect nil notes und accounts duo East Sldo Lumber oo. and pay all liabilities, If any. I Thanking our many friends for pas( favors, tho now company will merit and appreclato your patronage Ww gtvo truo moasuro and dollver tho ex act grade ot lumber contracted. Call on us at tho old stand. Tho now com pany 'eolIcitB your business. i DA8T SIDH LUMJlBR CO. ' RMlTII-FJULEy LUMDER CO. I 4