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"Rrdm6re, Sunday, April 22, 1906.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. SEVEN IN SOCIKTV REALM t NOTICE. The Ardmwelli' dealrea tit hearty co operation of the la dle of the city In tUo mutter of roiiilnrtlnn the Society Col umn. The Ardmorelle fully renltaec thai tills feature of th imper In mi easunllnl one nml nppt eclated. Hut In or der to maintain till column the aid of tlie ladle Is naked. All Item Intended for Sun day's Isaue should lie In the hand of II. U Sanders, city editor, not later than Friday ulMiit. Any new of aoelal character will be appreciated If sent In. 11. A. RAGUVN'I), j I i '' ' I f ManattluK Kriltor. The reception glvw hy the V. C. T. V. ladle"? ArUmore nt the beau, tlftil hoffTe of -Mi. .1. It. I'ennlHRtnn Monday afternoon In honor of Mia I.RIIbV .M. Stephens. MatUmnl pre! dent of the W. C. T. 1?.. Mlaa Anna (Utrdon. natffiffal vice-president, and Miss .Mabel Sutherland, territory president, was a decided sncceaa. The jtarlor anil mrlous hull were doconited with pot plants and cut llowers, the color scheme beliiR green and red. The dining room was done In grcon and Virile, heniitlful Knster lilies belnJT ued with white carna tions. Punch was solved In one corner of the room, being presided over by several leautlfully gowned young ladles. About one hundred ami fifty of Ardmore's representative ladles hud the pleasure of meeting these distinguished guests aud the Ardmore W. C. T. IT. ladles are to bo congratulated on the success of the reception. . The reception by the National Bin cult company. In charge of the Chick aaavv Chapter Daughter of the Con federacy, was a decided mieeean and was largely attended. It was held nt the Kmplie theater and the affair will long be remembered as being one of Hie nicest events of the sen tl'lie honmny rewardod the chapter with a nent cfieek In ?ecoR ultlnm of their kindness in taking charge of Cue affair. .-.,.-, The Woman's Guild of the Epis copal church held a delightful meet lug with Mrs. Cobb on last Tuoadny nfteruoon. At the beginning of Lent each member of the Guild pledged to make n dollar and to also coin peso n rhymo. The Guild will realize nbout $23 through the enterprise of the ladles. Mrs. Cobb sorved re freshments during the afternoon. The WhUt club did not meet the past week on account of the Inclem ent weather. Mrs. MeNaught will entertain tho club Thursday after noon next at 2: JO o'clock. Mrs. J. C. Hughes and llttlo koit oi Afftche. Ok., are In the city tho guests of Mr. anil Mrs. C. W. Koran. Mrs. C. I Andort-on departed Fri day for San Antonio, where she will visit several weeks. Mis Vera OHvo went to Gaines ville yesterday to meet her sister, Miss Zoo. VELMA. Special Correspondence. Volma, I. T April 20. Miss Maud Spain of Ara Is visiting amoiiR our people this week. There nro still hovernl ensea of measles In tills comtnunii). Much slcKiioss lias prunueu in txl.. l.r. in cntnn flmi) lml tint n n.nv... sick are Improving now. David Mnnley, wno nns ueen quuo low with pnonmonia nnu typnorn io - ver for several weeKs, ik convales cing. OKLAHOMA IRRIGATION. Government Makes Initial Move to Test Its Feasibility. Washington. April 2L (Special.) The secretary of the Interior hnaa.u thovked the purchase and Installa tion or the neccssnry pumping plant, luelmnug n (Much rentrifnsal pump nml a 25-borriepower pawillne engine, for tho lmrpoHe. f luvestlgat.iiK tho rojutMllty of using iho watexs of Ihii Red river tor uu Irrigation pro Ject in Oklahoma. The estlmnted cent or tTt'o pmnt Is $8,000. Owing to the prehence of consider able omiutltle of suit In tho waters of this stream, It la deemed wifio to experiment on a small' scale before Inltlntltm largo gravity system. Goafiral W. L, Cabell of Dalla claims to have boon the original dis coverer of the Indian Territory coal He made this dlcovry ni i&n, wuuo openins a road in the Choctaw patina, he bclna at that time an oWiwr In thf United States army. GREAT MUSIC FESTIVAL, Only Entertainmert of Its Kind it Sherman on the 23rd and 24tlt. Slioinmn will hae the only great ( Spring Mtialo Festival to lie given In N'orth Texaa thla year. It will take j place oil the 23rd mid Jlth of April. when the N'orth Texna College Ora- j torlo Society will recite Colerldgfl Taylors masterpiece. The Atone- This Is one of th greatest orato-. rhw ever written and will tt led by ( some ot AnfSrtc' greater singer, ( supported by a chonu of MO finely trained voleea from North Texaa Col- le. j The soloists are: Mnte. Marie 551m- .Vtlavn rtMa nt tho IVipt. mrrm i v. diuirv, est wiprantw Tn Amerlra: Mr. Edward trmig of New York, the renowned ( tenor: Mr. White 1wgmnn of Chic- 'go. eontrmlto; lr. Ilngh Sh'hlnsser of Boston, basso. of graft and bribery, lint no one ha All the railroads have been Induced lwn m,uy. to make low rate for this oeeaalon j There are UJ employes on the pay and large erowds a- expeeted to via- ( mn , lnp in,flwn ngenry at Mu,koe It Sherman. The Sherman llnslm s nm, (m,y ngato of .1S -lew's Club fias arrange! for seats 1KM. mon,h 0f the total number for 2.noo people at each performance, pioy,,, there ore 10 who are of aud on April Hth every eat I ox- n,nttn hlood. rVxir of these are eg pected to be taken. This I tne mg dy fw the Festival, wlteti tlie sytn- phony concert will Im given at :30 on the afternoon of the Illh and the Oratorio and concert commencing at S oclocfc on Tuesday erenlng. If yon fall to visit Sherman on Hie 24th you will inls ie greatest music al event o tile season In fact th greatest musical event that has ever been nt tempted In North Texas. Crip Quickly Knocked Out. "Soma week ago during the saver winter weather both my wire and tny lelf contracted evero cold which speedily developed Into the worst atnd of la grippe with all It miserable ymptom." say Mr. J. S. llgleaton of Maple l-uidlns, Iowa. "Knee and Joints aching, muscles lore, head stop ped up, eye and noe running, with alternate pelli of chill and fever. Wc bognn using Chamberlain's Cough Romody, aiding the amc with a dou bio doio of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and by Hi liberal use soon completely knocked out tie grip. Sold by F. I. namsey, V. tt Frame, Ardmore Drug Co., Uonncr & Donner. OPERATORS ADMIT DEFEAT. Union Miners Win a Signal Victory and Two Territory Mines Close. Wllburton, I. T April IM.-Today'H developments In the coal strike were signal victories for the miners u:ilou In two of the largest camps In the Southwest. Here ut Wllburton for tho flral Hmo Degnan fc McConneT, T7i second largest operators In Indian T-orrltcrj-, saw their mines closed down, diva drawn from fiirnaceB and entire force of former loyal min ers heed llfS command of their pres ident, Pete Hnnrety. Aftof two weeks' suspension tho Degnan mTneiT woro 6pened Tuesday, minors facing starvation relumed to work after beliiK told there wns no relief ruuTI uT command. This open vi olation nttrncted tho union leadera and today they oppoe.rod with money aid! promlhes cf futuro assistance. Their action was effective. Tonight James Degunn. prs!neit of the company, conceded his defant and declared he would make no fur ther attempt to open his mlnos. He said he would serve notices on i,io strikers to Vacate Ills houses; latin- he mny Import non-union labor ers. At llutk. I. T McAlesler Coal MlnliiK company had a similar expo- rlence yestorday and toilny five-day I uniloeH wore ported ordering: Hie mln org (o wi0 th() .iroml80g, brined ... guards nro patrolling tne enmpi to T,u)ro a.0 ))0 ovI,1(.COH of disorder . nt tiUU() uc,. of w,lmlrtol) WARNING ORDER. In tho United StatcB court In the Id dlan Territory, sJouthorn dfStrlct: Carrie Lowo plaintiff, vs. Tbomai Lone, defendant. No. 6177. Tho defendant Thos. Lowo li warned toTVppcar ItTthircOTrrln thlr ty day and answer tho complaint ol tho plalntlu, Carrie Lowe, Witness tho Hon. Hosea Towmend judgo of said court, and tho seal ther of, thl 21th day of March, 1906. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. By W. CROCKETT, Cferk. Potter, Bowman & Potter, attor ney. J. C. Thompson, atlorney for dob resident. First published March 2b, 1506. R. T. DALLAS, Real EsUto and Rental. Three business brick tor sale Bargains In any part of the city. Be ore -ou liuy Beo me ovw. Hall ft HI) tttt pD(m3 349 TlcltttH on unlo Mouday morning Air "Iliialor Rrorn" Ainfl 26. W TERRITORY BREVITIES j , Hinion Id ami nUju ts to clt jxenn of tliat town planting com In tadr front yard. Harney.- tit the Till Herald, has n theory alHiut ctornnl bllas. It la a par(. tiere women tnke off their nng n church. The llertleavllle Kuterprlse hns concluded trTa tTTef Is too much oil iH - odiice! In the tntd-eonttnent fltltl: - t mtl lH) mMfi, fop lne ,pe ,IH ,r, iwn,nP rho ,wire,i nnmber of tickets been sold nt Vlnlta to Inatir that the town will hare a chnntauqtin t)il summer. Five hundred tleheti a l . A , m encn were Kunmninni, xhv s(ret depart mrai; waterworln department and a7Iee department of thv Pity ndmlnlstiatlnn of Chlekashn hat,, Hen investigated on the charge p,.rt gtvnogrphers. It Is the policy ,he ,fw Hget nM, the depart IIU.Mt too, toTJtit ns many Indian em ployes In place as competent one can Ih found to fill whenever thero are vacant place. Agent Kolsey state that the Indian clerk make excel lent records. An Invitation has been extended to President Roosevelt to lie present at the great council of the Improved Or der of Red Men. which will lie In sea slim In Tulsa April 21. A handsome inarblu vault, the first one ever omit in Indian Territory, It Is said, ha been erected In Green Hill cemetery at Muskogee by Dr. .1 .. Ilamctte of lion Anil, jr. Tho vault Is unfit of Indian Territory mar ble. The seventeenth annual session of the grand lodge Knights of I'ythla of Indian Territory will emivene at Okmulgee May 1 and continue two days. The turning lliook well. No. 2. In the Mounds belt, live miles uoith east of Mouniix, has been extinguish ed and the well cupped and preiwrn Hons are being made to rebuild the derrick. SEEDJTORE I CARS OF TEXA3 RED RUST PROOF OATS. 2 CARS AMBER CANE. 1 CAR MILLET. 1 CAR DIG BOLL COTTON. ..1 CAR TRIUMPH IRISH POTA TOES. ..5,000 POUNDS FANCY ALFALFA. 1 MIXED CAR KAFFIR CORN, Ml LO MAIZE AND RAPE 8EED. 100 BUSHELS SEEDED RIDBON CANE SEED. 100 BUSHELS IOWA SILVER MINE CORN. ONION SEED AND ONION SETS. KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS, OR CHARD GRASS, WHITE CLOVER. BERMUDA GRASS AND ALL KINDS OF GARDEN AND FLOWER SEED. THE ONLY UP-TO-DATE SEED HOUSE IN THE CHICKASAW NA TION. FARMERS' AND GARDEN ERS' PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. E. B. PUGH, Main Street, ARDMORE, I. T. When you think of good stoves yon unturally think of Majestic Steel ranges and Charter Oak ooolc stoves niVUNS. CORIIN & FIUJNSLKY J.J. SIGLER REAL ESTATE S INSURANCE Forms and city property bought sold nd exchanged Rooms 7-S DoaH-Roblun Bldff. Ardmore, I. T. NOTICE To Telephone Patrons Wo wish to unnounco that the extra chargo of fifty cents for lonf,' distanco instruments wll be discontinued berinniriL' Apri 1st, 1900. All patrons who do siro long distance accommoda tlous "will first inuko arrango mcnts for credit with the man agement, otherwise thoy will not be granted long distanco prlvu pge, Do not force the operator to give you credit. CHICKASAW TELEPHONE COMPANY W H.mRr.Kir. C. C. &. S. F, Ry Excursions. . d ( iinfc Viln. ins' i- Iini 'i'. Yw Oil. nil-. !,i pMl L'2. .'3 and - I. rate $11 vn Limited May 7. Special excursion to Mexlto City, Mex, Sept. 3rd to Nth. Rate $.16. Southern Ilaptlst Convention, Chat tanooga, Tenu., Mny "th to nth. Hate JSC.25. National lMttcatlonal Association Convention, San Francisco, Cal., June 26th to July 7th. Rate J(52. Imperial Council Ancient Arabic Onler Noble of the Mystic Shrine. 1,0 Angele. Cal., Apr. 2Mb to May Mb. Rate $0. (lenerol Abwembly l'rbj'ti1au church, U. S. A., He Molne. town, May 11th, 1, 17 21st and tint. Rate J21.10. Rlennliil Meeting Otneral l'edern- tlon of Women' club, St. Paul, Minn . Maj 26th, 2Sth, 29th and 30th. Rate $29.60. Sjieclal excursion. Mexico City. Mex . Apr 25th to Ma Mh. Kate t3. Territorial jot Rolling and Class Adoption, Modern Woodmen of Amor May II. 15, 15. 17 2 st and 23rd Rale $ 1.45. Ti l State Convention Missionary Sorbty. l. K. church, Kana City. Mo.. May llth to 17th. Rata 1.0. Oeneral Confercum M. ft. churcn. Itlimlncbam, Ala.. Apr. JOth to May 1st anil May Sth. Rata $11.75. Grand lxlgo Knight of I'ythla Domain. OMalmmn City, May 7th, Sth and 9th. Rate U. National Ilaptlst Convention. Ijhi Angeles, Cnl., Sept. 3rd to 14th. Hate G0. Convention Inter-Donomlnntlonnl Territorial Sunday school, Hobnrt, O. T We will sell ticket to Oklaho ma City nt Lindsay, May SSth to 30th. $1 and J2.C0. Held Day ICxereUes, Oklahoma Illgh school, Norman, O. T., Apr 20th, 27lh and SSUi. Rate 13. Musical Festival, Including Innes Hand, Nordtcti, and Uhlldren' chorus on thousand vole, Oklahoma City, Apr. 2lt to 21tb. Rate l. Special excursion to Mexico City, Mex.. June 25 to July 7th. Rate J3S C, R. I. &. P. Excursion. United Confederate Veterans' r union. New Orlenit Iji.. April 22, ?3 and 21; rate Jll.sn. Limited May 7 W. A. 1). SHIL'LL, Agent COTTON BELT EXCURSIONS. Los Angeles, Cal., one faro for tho round trip. Selling April 25 to May Inclusive. Tickets limited for re turn July 31, l'JOC. San Francisco, Cat., one fare plus 2 for tbo round trip. Selling June 25 to July 7, 100C, Inclusive. Limited for return September 15. 190C. Lor Augclos, Cal., one fare for the round trip. Selling September 3 to U Inclusive. Limit for return Ucto bor 31, 11)00. St. Paul, Minn., one faro plus 2, Selling May 2G to 30, 190C. Limit Junu 9, 190C. Des-.Molacs, la, one fare plus JJ Selling May 14, 15, 1C, 17, 21 and 23, 190C. Limit May 31, 1906. Special excursions to Mexico, one faro for the round trip. Selling April 25 to May 5 and September 3 to 14, 1906. Limit July 31 and October 31, 1906. Special excursions to Mexico, one faro plus J2 for the round trip. Sell ing Juno 25, July 27, 190C. Limit September 15, l'JOC. New Orloans, La 1 cont per inllo In each direction plus 2o coots. Tickets to bo sold April 22, 2.1 and 24, 190C. Final limit May 7, 190G- Chattanooga, Tcnn., one faro plus 2, Tickets to bo sold May 7 to a in clusive. Final limit ten days from dato of aulo. Very low rntos will bo mado effec tive to tho following: San Antonio, Texas Tlcknta to be sold ou convention basis June IS anil 19, 190C. Limit Juno 22, 1906. Waco, Texas Tickets to bo sold on convention basis April 23 aud 24, 1906. Limited April 28, 1906. Onlveston, Texas Tickets . to bo sold on convention basis April 22, 23 11 nd 21, 190C. limited for return April 27, H0C Tyler, Toxas 0110 and one-third furert for the round trip, To bo sold April 19 and 20, 1906. Limited for return April 24, 1906. Call on any Cotton Belt agent for full Information regarding your trip or address D. M. MOROAN, Trav. Pass Agt., Fort Worth, Tex. OUS HOOVER, Trav. Pass. Agt. Waco, Texas. R. C. FYFK, Asst. Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt, Tylor, Texas. JOHN F. LEHANK. Gen. Frt and Pass. Apt. Tyler, Tei. Police Fooled Again. Galnmor Steel ranges arc so cheap that the pollco think we ntolo them. Sold and guaranteed by Stcvena, Kennerly & Spraglns Co. Our scretin iloora and screen wire will please you. tllvcns, Cortm & KTttniiJty. ., , . Caunht Cold While Hunting a Burglar ' Mr Wm Time Iitioi p.m. .,oin clal mnslnble at ('Implead, Ontnilo, says: "t cniiRht n seveie told while hunting a burglar In the forest swamp last fall. Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I tried It, mid after! using two small bottles, I wns com ! plctely cured." This remedy ts Intend 1 ed especially for coughs and colds j It will looseu and relieve a severe cold n less time than by any other treat j nicjtt and Is n favorite, wherever U superior excellence baa become known. or sale by F. J. Ramsey, W. II. Frame, Ardmore Drug Co., Uonncr t Honner LAWYERS. W. P. Davis. W. F. Freeman. Ollle Anderton. DAVIS, FREEMAN &. ANDktRTON. Laywers. Rooma -I and C New Building Weat of Court Hotine. Phono CO I. Ardmere, I. T. WM. B. MATTHEWS. Attorney at Law. Will nraellre twlnrr Ik Vnlii-.t aialpf Mn- tiroMo Can, Court ( I'lulm. ami nil thr ii(-lrinuBi H'i lommiitvi.K Lnnk'ri'i. t"nr flcht yearn la U.H (iwovral Lml Ortlce. Mnltrr l)fnrp (.'iink-rcmntiilliiilliin clnt.m n npi'L'laltr Ono ,if thn pilltnra ,if -MatlhMwa A- c,in. wt's'l)lk-ft." Autliiirnf Mntlhi-p (li.tr ' iiuiu-w- turuiK 01 I'lrnllni;," Ktr Itt'lpr to Killtor of lliln pappr OOlrrp I IO Nnir Ynrk Avrnun. Wathliii.-. ton, II. (' Tnlelibuor. Alain IJC1. Capt. J. W. Elllt. W. D. HilfhIII. CLLI8 A HALFHILL, RoomB 21 and 22, Homestead Hide,. Civil and Indian business eiclusc- Ively. MUSKOGF.l-:, LSD. TKR. Ueorgc C. Butto Charles W. Bllaa BUTTE 4 BLISS Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Room. .1-4-6 , Evans Building, oppo site U. S. Indian Agency. Tele phone 315, Muskogee, I T W. B. Jnhmon L. 8. Dolmsn. JOHNSON & DOLMAN. Attcrneys at Law. Ardmore, I. T, WILLIAM W. WRIGHT (nrclHtrM Attornrr.) (Formerly with Dawes Commission) Contests, Citizenship Cases and othe' matters bpiforo tho Interior De partment, Exclusively Rooms 407 and 8, Corcoran bulldlne, Washington, D. C. Oiui. J. Karma L'un. II Miami? Compiler "Indian Antra Lawa and Traatlra" Coort Practitioner KAPPLER A MERILLAT Attorneys and Counsclors-at-Law. Traction batorn all Coartai Cunitren, Uot aromant Dcuarturota and Comtalnfoni. Indian cmi a aprclaltr, OrOcR, Hand Lldtf. Waablattaa, D PHYSICIANS. General Practice. Chronic Discuses n Specialty. F. V. BRYANT, M. D. HomoeopathlsU OOlco Randol Building. Hours 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. Olllcc phono 93 Rcsldcnco phone C90 R. D. Moore J. H. Hargrave Res. Phunc .13. Res. Phone 519 Olllco Phono 499. MOORE & HARGRAVE. Physicians and Surgeons. Ofllco in Frcnsley Building over Hotchklss Jewelry Store Special attention to treatment ot piles aud diseases of women. DR. C. L. McCANN. Ofllco: Stong Building, over Hall & Hlllls. Telephones: Olllco 6S2; residence 683. G. E. GOODWIN, M. D. (Oflloo over Hall & Hlllls) PQoncs Ofllce 349; residence 307 DR. R. M. McCALL. . Office Randol Building. Olllco phone 572 Hos. Phono 556 DR. PRI-IP STEPHENS Otnco Randol building. .Ofllco phone 572. Residence 428 P.P.voa KKLLKU.M.l), U. II, IIKNItY, M, D Uai. I'boneU . I'booa S7f- OW an Prion lU von KELLER & HENRY Physicians and Surgeons. Mja. Kar Nuan and Tnroal UueutalUli Bpaataolaa Ure (llaaiaa aocuratalr f.llt d Offloa orar Uoaorr & llonner'a, Ilooioi s 10 DR. j. M. VADEN Physician and Surgeon. Offlco hourc from 8 to 12 and 2 to 4 and 7 to U Ollico Koblo . uildlng. OIUco phono CS; rustdonce 71. . j. m. McMillan Surveyor. All work accurately douo and Gunrantecd.. Madlll .... lud. Ter J. W. HAM, Surveyor and Civil Engineer. Oinco In Carter Building, Ardmore, 7. T. 0 1 rR .v A Man of His Word l oar wr li.ic i.nnitrr Id. I'roinpl l ,t iitlmr rxrntlal In koopmo In III. Pr a mliml.. lair aud oa liwr voor tram. Good Lumber nml Promptneis tn ilrllrrrr la Ihr rrpnlatlon ot nor Inmlirr rani, our inmlrr la all wood Dot part w-ol nn't art r(. Itkr anmr aril. I lmnl.r ami u rrlfpi -mraii u. EAST SIDE LUMBER COMPANY HIAII VIIItOH ll'HONK No I Plansifter Flour AUK VOL II (IHOCF.lt Whalcy Mill S Elevator Company THE BEST SERVICE ! OOtrrd Itj lit LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD To tea East and ItotW A Tarook-h nitrper Dallj tron lint HPrlnift to Louisville and Cincinnati VIA UKMPHIb For full Information an 10 Ualea.Tlma Tablet, etc apply to jour lecal ai-rot or addren N. B. BAWD Trav Paa. Ant., little Roca. Ark. ARDMORE AUTOMATIC STORE CO, (INCOnrOIUTED) Capital Stock $50,000.00- Uanaractsrcra ot Aotomatlo Btorei.do; Cabinet work ot all kladt and arrrTtblcv. In tilt I'lanlDK Mill Una. Huccanora u' Fraley Urol., at tnalr old itand. Our lino of rerrlgorators la tho most completo In tho city. Make yoen se lection early. B1V1CNS, CORIIN & FRENSLBY, TALIAFERRO'S. Undsrtaklng and Embalming. J North of Ardmorelte, North Waahtai ton streL PtKme 141 and Ail J.L.WILSON. 4 FnKlGHT TRAN8FEH AMD J. UAGOAUB LINK. Ofllce at American lUstauranr. Residence phone 72. Olllco phone 7U. VOODMEN CIROLE. Meets first Monday art era wo' at o'olcclc sod' third' Ftdaj night at -o'clock In each mouth. Jina A. H. CURTIS, Ouuril, wna t. n. DTunuicoN, cur.