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Ardmore, Wednedy, May 16, 18C6.
THE DAILY AROMOREITE. FIV GRADUATION GIFTS That will be Appreciated by the Graduate TInndsOlllO linp of Di.imntlll In T?tnra nnrl flrnnMina fTr.;tnf i Sets, Fims, Watches. Waist Sets, Belts, Buckles unit Piti; I Bracelets, Neck Chains, Fobs. Etc I WALTER Jeweler and Optician Special Prices on Street Hats SSkoRly d Morgan & Tatum Wear the Best; It Costs No More I'nloo I-alirl. lp-to-t)ate Wuln. Onrratitvcil Trltnin ti: LET I'S MAKE YOUR CLOTHES We di Cleolni.MlalrlJ.- s-i, Pruritic Ardmore Tailoring Company ,; III North Watblngton St. JSO. COONER, Prop. rel'tibone S S. 4M MARKET REPORTS (By E. E. Oulllot & Co., members of New Orleans Cotton Exchange.) COTTON MARKET. Anlmore, I. T., May 10. Tho follow aro tno quotations for today: Liverpool Future. oriM OLOtK Mir Jun , M 01 June July 00 tit JolyAuir ti AUB Hep 5 9t & 18 Hep Oct r 8M S 14 Spots and Sales. snot baits IMC New York Futures. Open. High. Low. Close. July. Oct.. Deo.. It 22 11 23 11 10 . 10 TO 10 T5 10 W 10 TO 10 T5 13 t9 Spots and Sales. 11 2 10 :s 10 T5 i:oo ITS 8poti dale . New Orleans Futures. Open. High. Low. Close. July n a li M n s ii m Oct 10 M 10 M to m io to DV-t-.-io si. v .10 nsr .iocs Spots anil Sates. Ppot Bilea . . n io 1T50 GRAIN. Wheat May Jnlr Cons May ." Jcly .rS 1-1 .8l-t W 1-2 el 1-4 . it 1-4 42 1-3 47 US Oat May 33 58 32 3-8 'July - 3t S2 I-l Cable Wheat 1-4 lower. Gorrll-S lower. 2nd Cable Wheat 2-8 to 1-2 Corn 1-8 lower. Livestock, nout cttib tnr.tr Caco 1X00 lM WO KmnanClty 1TOCO irotO T"0 Cmahaw tM MM J0 IIoki) opened ateaily Left over2eo ' Itecelpt" year bl-o JSOM Mlxeit watoSM flood BUtOttl 1-2 iiouKheutoets Merit Ml to Stt 1-2 Cattle rtrady Sheen ftroni; Phone 148 Wo make a specialty of choice flavors in High Grade Ice Cream Ami deliver it to any part of tho city C.V. SEGALE Phone 148 ' It'a better tn be tafe than aorrr." Get Your Abstracts from Us Tboaaanda of dollar"' worth of land deala decided on our abatracta wltboui loaa of on. dollar. W. S. ,Wolverton & Son T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist Phone 4 C. DEAN Fine Watch Repairing EXCLUSION OF MEXICANS. Poorer Classes Are Refused Entrance Into Texas. Laredo. Texas, May 15. The effect of tho recent ruling of tho commission er of commerce and labor that poor Mexicans seeking to enter tho state of Texas should be rofusod entrance by tho Immigrant Inspectors on the ground that they were paupers Is aS ready having Its effect In the com plaint of Texas colton planters that they cannot procure labor to chop out tho cotton at this critical period of Its growth. Notwithstanding Mexico Is somewhat sonsltlvo over the exclu sion of her citizens from this neigh boring republic on the flimsy protoxt that thoy wore pauiters, yet tho com mercial Interests of that country aro benefited by this unexpected nctlrm because of a scarcity of labor there Just now on nccount of the wonderful development nlong all linos of Indus tlnl enterprise. When the cotton pick ing season opens In Texas tho exclu sion of this Mexican labor will, "be more greatly felt, It Is feared by thoso who claim to bo posted. Cream Dakcry barbecued beef, the finest, fresh every, day. Send your bucket. John N. imrle, 205, N. Caddo street. 29-lm Barbecue the Finest. Fresh every aay. Bring n bucket Imrle's Cream Bakery, 205 N. Caddo street. Phono 268. 29-lm Now and handsome doslgns In wall paper arc being recolved cvci(v day by tho Ardmoro Wall Paper and Paint company. Prlcos to suit every body.. 13-3 PHONE For Carriage or Oarage ARDMORE TRANSFER CO. W. R. INGRAM, Mfjr. Cuanie it at a Fahu r.Mfre. lj It'utb it Of at u.uld a Cktza P'.li Pompelan JIooi!e Cream cluruci by looiening sJ ukirtj out the dirt Imbedded In the porrl. It lemuTti pore oUuu:tkni, Usck-heidi, kin pimplel remove! tie cjue fit ullow l.felai compleilooi rutorn healthy circulation. For gentlewomen nd gentlemen. Price jec inii Ji.oo perjir. Qali at Jtirt J'tr tanfte, Coleman Brothers 109 West Main -7 4 m PERSONAL NOTES. M44-4 Mrs D. Redfleld Is the guest of fr'cnds In Oklahoma City. Mrs M C. Requa departed today for Atoka to visit with friends. O. M Itedfleld has taken his child ren to Shermrtn for a visit with their grand parents. , Col David Itedfleld departed last night for DesMoInes, Iowa, whoro he goes as a commissioner to the Gen eral Assembly of the Prosbyterlan clrurch which convenes thete tomor row. Mr. Wright who recently moved from Slloam Springs, Ark., to Cornish wan in the city yesterday aecompan- ed by Mrs. Wright. Mr. Wright Is preparing to embark In the newspaper business at Cornish. T. II. Rogers, president of tho fotithwestern Lumbermen's Assoela- Ion, was In the city yesterday from Oklahoma City. He -as accompanied by Clyde Walton, a lumberman of Guthrie. Thoso gentlemen left horo this morning over the Krlsco. The condition of T. . Morgan todny showsllttle Improvement and ho Is still very sick. Tho many friends of Mr. Morgan trust that ho will soon recov er from his Illness. Screen wire, nil widths, at Dlvons, Corhn & Frcnslcy's. Among the visitors to tho city to day aro Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Wright for merly of Sfloam Springs, Ark. Mr. Wright Is a newspaper man who will locato aC Cornish, where ho will en gage In tho newspaper business, hav ing moved his plant from Slloam Springs to that placo. He thinks that tills section of Indian Territory offers a profitable field for Investment. The fatfrnboft of tho Ardmo o Trades Council will meet nt Labor hall Frl- lay night at S o'clock. D. N. FERGUSON, Socrotary. HERE REPRESENTING CAPITAL. Ids on Waterworks and Sewer Con struction to be Opened. A number of contractors, builders and material men aro In tho city, representing foreign and torrltory capital, to bo present at tho opening of' tho bids which have beon made by their companies on tho construction of a $35,000 extension to tho water works system and a $35,000 xtenslon to tho sewer system, which bids will bo opened tomorrow, Thursday,, May 1", at the city hall. Tho bonds for theso extcnslo'j. which wcro voted by nn overwhelming majority, at the bond election, April 7 Inst, have Lttn sold and work on tho construction of nn extcnslvo addition to theso two systems will bogln as soon as tho bids havo boon oponed and th con tract awarded. Tho building of thofo extensions will give Ardmore on of the most complete watorwoil.f and sewer systems of nny city in tho tv.o territories nnd will mean much to the residents of the town. The following contractors, builders and material men are in the city and others will nrrlvo tonight. Henry C. Ulen, of Indlnnnpoll?, Ind., A. J. McQuotters, of Hlllsboro, Tox., G. Jeaper, of Rick Hill, Mo F. A. Ctok, of Junction City, Kan., N. S, Sherman of Oklahoma City, J. J. Ellis, Manufacturing Agent of hydrants and valves of Oklahoma City, W. R. Uott, agent for sewer pipe, for the W. S. Dicky Clay Mfg.. Co., of Kansas City Fresh strawberrlos dally at tho City Fish Market. 1-1 tn Catholic Bazaar and Toa, Thursday at Mr. Sprekelmoyer's. 15-1 Spiekolmeyer Sklpworth Catholic Bi'zi.ir and Tea, Thursday. Bo tncre 15-2 Catholic Eazaar and Tea. Attend tho Sprekolmoyer Skip worth bazaar and ton at the residence of Mrs Spreliolmeyor, 441 G stroet S. V., Thursday afternoon from 3 to C o'clock. Remember. YOU are in vlted. 15-2 Lace Curtains. Watch for our special on lace cur tains Just as soon ns our curtain stretchers conio wo will give you spe cial prices on all of your laco our tains. Tho price will bo right. 13-tf NEW STEAM LAUNDRY. Sprekelmeyer Sklpworth Catholic Bazaar and Tea, Thursday. Be there. 15-2 Encampment Oddfellows. A ful attendance of the members of Indlnnola Encampment No. 10, 1. O O F-, Is rcquosted at the hall Friday night at S o'clock. Business of Inter est to every member w.111 be Drought up. W. W. TALIAFERRO, C. P. Fresh strawberries acd cream at THE COMMERCIAL CLUB. Record Broken for New Members. Club In Good Condition. The record for new members of the Ardmoro Commercial club wns broktm last night at a meeting of the organi zation at tho city hall when 100 tie.v members were enrolled. The club hn a total membership of 250, tho highest number ever attained In tho history of the city and great Interest Is being taken In the workings of tho organi zation In Its efforts to upbuild Ard more. Tho Brent majority of tho new members was duo to the Individual if fort of President Lee Crnco. The meeting last titttht was Interest ing. A committee of one was appoint ed to take the matter in hand of se curing a new road for the city. The club passed a resolution Invit ing the United Confedernfe Veterans to come to Ardmore In annual reunion and a committee was appointed to sol icit the necessary funds with which to entertain the old soldiers and their f rends. An Interesting nnd practical address on good roads was made by Dr. Golt who spoke for more than nn hour. His argument was convincing and his ad dreas was an enjoyable one. Dr. Golt Knows his business on the Question of building good roads nnd handled the subject In a rannner tlmt evoked prnlae and enthusiasm. Phe following wore elected to mem bership: New Members of the Commercial Club T. L. Wright, T. L. Smith, Frank Robinson, Geo. R. Walker, II. II. Pen nington, D. Redfleld, W. A. Pride, 11. A. Klmbel C. O. Bnrrlnger, Mike Gor man, D. M Humph; J. I Wilson, W. J. Bledsoe, C. F. Frnley, W. M. Rlggs, F. L. Hays, Wm. A. Tackett, Caswoll Bennett, U Wost, Porter Staples, Louis Boyd, F. P. Harlan, J. II. Akers, J. B. Mooro, E. J. Malro, W. S. Wol- verton, I. H. Mason, B A. Hagland, V. A. Nlblack, Errctt Duulap, I?.Mont Byers, C. niley, J. W. Holt, J. F. Hlc'- "be. O. H. Slglor, J. A. Bodovlts, O. Wolverton, W. M'. Anderson, Dr. J. S. Hill. Jr.. E. W. Burnett, Fred T Marr, H. J. Snyder, W. M. Bonner, T. A. Pankey, S. M. Douglas, J. W. Davis, T. K. Koarnoy, V. H. Wllllnms, Dr. W. T. Bogle, D. A. Horrlng, J. H. Mathers, N. E. Mnrtln , W. O. DJston. W. J. Davis, P. 11. Conlee, M". T. Felkor, D. Daubo, Sam Daubo, Max Westholmer, Frank Williams, Geo. Corhn, H. R. Warroll, J. F. Rob inson, Buck Gnrrott, G. H. Bruce, L C. Slaughter, C. 1 Byrne, Jcc Bastln, C. J. McCoy, Ed Sandlln, C. W. not litis, W. Colbert, T. II. Cathey, C. A. Snramons, J. F. Enslcy, Wm. H. Ber ry, Jr., Chns. Durle, W. S. Crockett, W. D. Potter, Dr. Robt. H. Henry, O. L. Dennos, W. G. Dltzlor, J. T. Hub- sell, J. B. Hntnllton, J P. Shnrp, Wm. F. Warron, A. V. Donk, M. U Aloxan- dor, Joo F. Williams, Wm. T. Green, Byron Drew, C. R. Smith, Oscar Wllk- erson, G. W. Young, Hal Buchanan, Geo. A. Porter, Wm. H. Borry, Sr., W. A. Troud, J. P. Million, J. B. Brady, E. II. Luke, Harry K. Allon, Robt. Russoll, W H. Kolly, T. E. Choate, C. C. Monds, H. A. Ledbetter, Chas. Fleming, G. G. Hastings, T. II. Banks, Funeral Services of Mrs, Carlock. The fliwral services of Mrs. Han- nali Carlock, who died at the home of her dnughter, Mrs. W. R. Selvidge, yesterday afternoon, were neld at the family residence this morning at 10 o'clock-. Row I. W. Clark of McKIn ney, Texas, conducted the services, assisted by Revs. Keller and Watson of this city. Tho romalns will bo taken to Loesburg, Toxas, whoro they will bo placed In tholr last resting pIsco. Mrs Cnrlook was nlnoty-two years of age at the time of hor doath. She had many frlonds In Ardmore although havlns beon horo but n short time. She was the mother of Mrs. W. R. Selvldge and the grandmother of Prof. G. P. Sel vidua. The many friends extend their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved mumbors of tho family. STRAWBERRIES Fresh tnlpment dally at E. B PUGH'S. Phone 749. 10-lm Notice to Delinquents. Tax Colloctor Roberts Is at prown'. running attachments on all proport whero the tox has not beon paid. Any ono knowing themselvos In arroars with their taxes are heroby nottfi'J to appear nnd pay samo or the prop erty on which the tax Is duo will be attached and sold for taxes. 15 1 Missionary Address. Dr. W. K. PIner, pastor of tho First Methodist church of Oklahoma City, will dollvor tho missionary address Broadway Methodist church. Every one Is cordially Invited to nttend tho lecture. Special prparatlons have been mado for tho service. LOST A red morocco poclfetbook containing $5. in currency, ono dol lar In silver and three gold stud but tons. Pockotbook has Initials D. N on Inside. Finder loave at Ardmore- OPENING TONIGHT AT EIGHT O'CLOCK THE GRAND MARCH WILL BEGIN. Paul Gallia, the Faney Skater, Will Be at the Mammoth Rink Tonight. Flags, Bunting and Evergreens Are the Decorations. The flnlsiilng touches are being mado this afternoon to the mammoth skating rink nnd overytMng will bo n readiness for tho accommodation of the hundreds of visitors tonight. Sight o'clock hns been designated as tho opening hour. Tho grand march will be led at this hour and the big band of musicians will be In tholr plnces. The rink is elaborately and beauti fully decorated with flags, bunting and ovorgToons. Hundreds and hun dreds of chnlrs oxtend on ol'.ier side throughout the entire length of the building. Their arrangement Is on the nmphlthontro stylo nnd the fancy skn ters can be seen by all nllko. The pe culiar construction of the lloor oJltnl- natos all noise. Paul Gnllln, tho greatest fascy ska- or of the southwest, will be prosont tonight nnd Ills skntlng nlnno will mnko tho entortnlnment replete with Interest. Tho fountain Is In full liTtist nnd the Ice cream parlor Is the prettiest n tho city. Ico cream, cold drinks, and fruits will lio served each' evening. Any fancy drink you can think of will bo served. Tho rink is In gain attire for tho occasion and tho oponlng tonight at 8 o'clock will be a gront succoss. Many prosjctors aro arriving In Ard moro ovory day and It Is oxiwctod that tho Immigration to this section this year will be very groat. This Is In an ticipation of stntohood. Quite a number of newcomors have located In Ard more during the past sixty days. If you will 'phono us wo will have our ctothon cleaner call nt your real denco nnd figure on your cleaning, dyolng and pressing. Special prices on tnrgc lots. 13-tf NEW STEAM LAUNDRY. Don't miss bolng nt the Royal Roll er Hlnjc tomorrow, Wednesday, even ing, nt eight o'clock, nt which tlmo I tho formal oponlng of tno rink will occur. A dollghtful program hua been arranged for tho evening nnd all who attend Will bo treated with a surprlso and a deal of pleasure. 15 See Paul Gallia at tho Royal Rollor Rink Wednesday night, In his fancy skating. All tho trlcKs of tho fancy skater will be done by Mr. Gnllla, and It Is n treat to witness his work. 15 Catholic Bazaar and Ten, Thursday at Mrs. Sprekolmeyor's. 15-2 4 -5"H--H-- ! THE ISHOE ! IS STILL BOOMING ! 4. Rogar.lless of tho inclement weather of tho past few J. fdays. Scores of pairs of Ladies' and Children's Shoes 4. havo left this store, and this performance will continue f i until tho stock is 1 educed. Prices on Scasonablo Koot- f woar never were so low us wo quoto for this Sale, i Children's Oxfords Pnd Sandals, worth up to SI 25, at 78c pair Children's Oxfords and Sandals, worth up to $1.50, nt . 98c pair Misses' Oxfords and Sandals, worth up to $1.85, at t $1.28 pair Misses' Oxfords and Sandals, worth up to $2.25, at ? t $1.58 pair Ladies' Oxfords and Sandals, worth up to $2.00, at $1.28 pair Ladies' Oxfords and Sandals, worth up to $2.50, at $1.48 pair Ladies' Oxfords and Sandals, worth np to $8.00, at $1.78 pair Ladies' Oxfords and Sandals, worth up to $3 50, at ? Never mind tho weather, rain or slrno Don't miss th!s chanco to save moa' y on Sumn.er Footwear MADDEN'S WITH THROAT CUT. R. M. Whlttaker Makes an Attempt to Kill Himself Resting Easy. Reduced to povoriy nnd with tlto fooling that life was a. burden to him, R. M. Whlttnker, a blind man, mado an attempt to kill himself last night about 7:30 o'clock by cutting his throat with u razor. .Tho man was picked up on the east side of the San ta Fe dopot nnd wns practically uncon scious from the loss of brood. Whlt tnker cut n deep gash In hls.thront nnd did his utmost to destroy hlnislf. Tho wound bled freoly and It was thought that he would dlo boforo medical aid could be administered. He was re moved to the Anlmore sanitarium whore h was given medical atten tion. Today he Is resting easy and will probably recover from his rash deed. fJttle la known of Whltaker. It was Mated that he lived In Denlson and came tq Ardmore a few days a. As a means of supiiort he sold small ar ticles. I-nst night he ran across a man nnd asked to tie shown to a drug store. The man ocor'.d htm to F. J .Ramsey's store, but paid lltiie attention to whnt he wanted. He asked for a rasor, and clerk George" Me Knlght, who waited on tilnf 'sta'tol! that tho man was culm nft'rl'hls'do tnennor did not Indlcafl' that ho want ed to kill himself. Mr. McKnlght, how ever, thought It wnrt singular that n blind man wnnted a rarnr, but sold hltn a oh on p ono without Inquiring what he wished to do with It. Whlta kor thon found bin way to the depot whero ho drew tho razor across- hla throat. Some ono who wns passing hoard him any If anyone tried to tnKo tho razor from him ho would kilt them, too. It wns then discovered that tho man hnd badly cut himself. Ef forts aro being mado to locato hla rel atives, If he has any, In Donlson, whoro he resides. Dally Ardmorelte 50c jjiar month. NOTICE The DressmaRing ..School.. Began with a nico class. Come, learn tbis system Bo independent of charts and patterns. To malte tho tui tion so reasonable that every ono that wants to, can take a course, will teach at tho res idence of Mrs. Bowles. Out of town f alronnge solicited Phone 515 : 4-H-- BIG SALE $1.98 pair Eegale's parlor, 13-3 Ite cfflco nnd get reward, ' lC-3t H-M-H- .h-