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Ardmore, Wed tetday, Ju'c I" 4906.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE, FtVt The Largest and Most Complete ..LINE OF WATCHES IN THE CllY,. In Solid Co (1 nnd Grid Filled Cases, with movenu i ts of any lirst class makv. Every watc h guarantml. WALTER C. DEAN 108 West Ma r.Sf Jeweler and Optician Fine Watch Repairing Wear the Best; It Costs No More I'nliin tabel. Vp-to-Dste Woolen, (Inrrantoul TrlmiuiiiK LBT L'H MAKK YOUl CLOTUK4 We ilo Cloning, Kepilrlfai: uil rrf Mine Ardmore Tailoring Company 111 North Wanhlngtoa Ht. JNO.COONEtl, Prop, WW AT 1 i J A. j . v r 7 " What Quenches Your Thirst ? Why! soda, water, of cimsc. If It's drawn from otir fountntn it exhilar ates, but enn't Intoxicate. AT OUR SODA FOUNTAIN It's (lit! iiHiial thing to hen:. "Mow lovoly," "Oh! how good," "How de licious." It's jour fault If you don't get your share of what dri.w. Our sodn U tlx; bent In the land and the best people In the land buy It. You're ono of them. C. V. SEGALE Eastman KodaKs Cameras KoKaR ' Supplies Toilet Articles Pure Drugs And Full Line of Druggists' Sundries RED CROSS DRUG COMPANY. Bonner's Old Stand TUCKER'S MARKET Fresh and Cured Meats Stealls and Roasts f roaapt Delivery Phone 91 -a fx. T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist Phone 4 fvli-iibone No. IM EVERY SOUTH BEND WATCH, before louv. iny tliu factory. Is subjected to a W'mpijr attiro ranging fr.nn fruez ng lo boiling and nmt lfcp perfect timo under those conditions. This wondor fuily constructed Ualnncu Wheel adjusts. itse,lf to tho varying conditions of hat or cold. 1 Come in and inspect one wo won't ask you to huy. ...Coleman Bros... Drugs and Jewelry w. i NIXON Hllvprnmltn nml KriKritvcr Phone P5 J I ?3 ' I Ml- ' i Ci rx-' v-y I i.' t r I'J i I II mytrr'fj'jrTT WE CAN MEND YOUR SOLE Or any other Rind of re pairing you may need. Don't throw away a pair of shoes as lone' as the uppers are good. Bring them to us and we will matte them looh lilt e new. Wo havo tho latest improved machinery for doing repair work. Wo have just installed the great Fleming Shoo Ma. chine for sewing on soles Drop in and suo It work. Nailed Soles 75 Sewed Soles S1.00 Rubber Heels 50 HAMILTON & GO, TIIK CORNKIt 8II0K HTOI1U THE FENNINQTOM HOTEL I Tishomingo, I, T. i Hates J2 per day. Sample rdou free I PEYTON J. PItUITT, P"rop. Money saved to you during this big sale. The Best Known Mattes of Shoes at the lowest prices. Come and Ht yourself, as well as the chil dren. LYNN, The Shoe Man Wo Will Not V Extend you fourthur credit after July 1st, If you tall to pay your past due account. 21-10 W. C. KENDALL & CO. H. P. Mills, tho dyer and cleanor, has some- fine Poland China pigs for for sale, cheap, also wantH to buy a small, bind; pony to mnlch 0110 be now has. ('nil phono 17f.: 21-Ct 109 West Main Kti'UU. NOTi-.S. T. M. D.ima. R. II. Chowuing and .1. P. MtaiTlon, prominent ettliens of Mafllll are in tho city attendl.ig to mat (us before the land utUce. Mrs. W. M. Htm of Waco, who lint h e:i visiting her son W. M. 1URRR will U are tonight to visit hor old Kit tacky home. Mrs. II. L. Dnlton who has been vis it '..g In Kentucky will return bonis a 1 today's Chootnw train. Mrs. Hob Sholton, of Paris, will ar rive tbts evenltiK nml will It a guest of Mrs. II. I.. Dnlton. Mrs. Ie McClurg left today for Malton, lown, whero nho will spend tho simmer with relatives. During lwr trip. Mrs. McGlurjr will also visit other I'lnces In lown. .Inko Newman Is In tho city from Pt. Worth to spend several days with his parents, Mr. ami .Mrs. Win. Now man on Woat Main street. Commissioner T. N. Ilobnrtt made a business trip to Pauls Valley today. WIU Doak went to Pauls Valley to day on business. Win. Klgaii of thu Ardmoro (1 nil 11 Co., made a business trip to Kilnta r.orth of hero today. Mr. and Mrs. John Stono havu ro turned from Palmer, Tex., where thoy have been foi"somu time. Mrs. Stone bus been Vufy III durliiK her stay away from Ardmoto and Is not fully recov ered. T. H. Hickman of Kansas City Is In Ardmoro. Mr. Hickman Is Interested In town lots nnd has recently made heavy Investments In this city. Hon. Aloxnnder Gullutt, nsslstnnt U. 8. attorney, of TIshomlnKo, Is In tho city today. Dick McI.IhIi. Jr., was In tho city yesterday from the Mel.Nh ranch near Viola, shakliiK hands with frlamls. Andy Hardy, who has been attend Ing tho University of Arkansas at Pay cttevlllo, has returned to spend tho summer with his itarunts Mr. and Mrs. It. Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Armour McKlnney who have been In tho city for several days, vIsltliiK Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Palmor, returned to their homo at Marietta yesterday afternoon. City Attorney Cnswell Mennett has retiirnod from I.oulsvlllo, and other imlnts In Kontucky whero he wont In company with tho Kentucky home Koers. Mr. llennott Is Iho first to ro turn from Kontucky. In sponklnn of tho visitors to that Btnte, he said thorn wore thousands of vlsltora to nil parts of Kentucky and that 1iulsvllle, and tho other cltlea were runnlnR over with crowds of visitors. A. C. Youiik left Inst nlKht for Chi cnRO, where ho will lay In tho mid summer anil fall slock of furniture, for tho Ardmore Purnlturo company. Pather J. P. IIolrliiK of Stillwater. Okla.. Is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 0. Sprekelmoyor, -Ml G street S. W. Path- cr Hclrlnc In a cousin to Mrs. Sprekelmoyor. Mrs. Matt Crlm of Carter St., Is entertaluliiK her mother, Mrs. I,. S. Taliaferro and daughters, Pannlo and Mnpglo of Dallas. Ilov. J. A. McCullotigh linn return ed from Denton whero ho was called on account of tho fatal Illness of his sister, Mrs. M. W. Sleight. Tho re mains of Mrs. Sleight woro laid to rest Saturday In Denton, Tex. Iko Harmon of Elk was In tho city today. Mr. Harmon hmi somo good horses thnt ho will bring to tho races on tho Fouth of July nnd also during tho reunion. O. A. Nutt from Spokane, Wash., lias moved to Ardmoro with his fam ily nml will mnko this city his home. Dr. N. C. Wood, dentist formorly of this plnco, but who has been nttondlng tho Chicago Dental col I ego for two years has returned to Ardmoro and lias thoroughly equipped offices over tho City National bank. 27-0 J. C. Hndloy, express agent of tho Wells Fnrgo Express company nt this plnco, wont to Horwyn todoy, whero ho will mnko somo chnngos In tho olllco force. For Assault to Kill. Mrt. Deal Vault, a white woman, was brought In yesterday afternoon and placed In tho federal Jail on n chnrgo of assault with Intent to kill. Sho was brought In fiom Tishomingo, having been committed In the com missioner's court nt thnt place. J. W, Watts was placed In Jail to day on a chnrgo of Introducing nnd soiling whisky. Statshooit Committees All committees who have been appointed for tho arrangement of tio coming stntonood nml Con fodcrnto Vetoran mooting, will meet promptly every Wednesday moinlng at 10 o'clock at tho City Hall. 5, $H) npd sy coupon 'Jimtsy r.t tMs oflra. ' ' ' BEAUTIFUL MORNING WEDDING. Mies Dyron Weston and Mr. Apple Happily Wed Off on Honeymoon. At the residence of the bride's pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. lrldfimau, loj West Main street, this city. Mr. Samuel Apple and Mlts Ilyron Wes ton were married this nionilnjc at 10:SO o'elork. The marriage was per formed by the Itev. II. I Walker of tho t'umbt'rtniiil Presbyterian church. Just provlom to the entrance of the bridal couple to the parlor, where the ceremony took place, Miss Cnrrlo Hud nail sang most touchlngly "O, Promise Me." She was nrrnmimnled on tno pi ano by Mrs. J. It. PennlitRton. At the close of tho song nnd to the strains of Mendelsohn's weddliia- march, ptc ceded h Alice llrown and Until Prosl, two lieautlfHl little tots currying flow era. Mr. Apple with Miss Weston oil his arm walked slowly Into the pres ence of the ollldlnliug cjergymnn. ns sembled fi lends nnd acquaintances. Then followed the ninrrlse eeroniony, coupled with n few timely nnd appro priate words fiom the Itev. Walker. Prlcmls vied with each other In con gratulations and ao.il wishes The bride was most hecomlnaly at tired In white muussullne over Inffeta. elaborately trimmed In merlin Tacs. A tule veil set off the charms of her beautiful face. Tho decorations wero ferns, 8mlla and sweot jiens. Thcro were about one hundred guests nnd ninny handsome presents of e'lbin, ci I glass nml silver. Tho out of town guests were Dr. J. W. Drown of Lono Grove, nnd his Illtlo daughter, Allc? Mrs. S. W. Prost and her daUKhtor, Until, J. W. Ilrown nn I Mrs. Onvn of Davis, and others. Mr. and Mrs. Annie left on tho nor-ii Isiund Santa Pe for a Mi v; t :-tial trip lo Colorado Springs, Denver, Snlt m)w City nnd tho Yellowstone Park. The brldea golng-nwny tliotw was groy. When they boarded the train they were fairly bomlHirded with rice and wishes for a pleasant trip. Mr. Appl Is 0110 or the leadlmc young attorneys of the Indian Terrlto tory and a Democratic politician tl.at will make his mark In the new st.de. Mrs. Apple has long boon n if. I dent of the new 8tntovft ltSeeUy.ll dent of Ardmore nnd Is one of the tHlcnlcd ami accomplished young la dle of this city and Is very populnr. Upon their return to this city Mr. and Mrs. Apple will bo nt home nt C West Main gtroot. KICKED TO DEATH. Son of Prominent Resident of Orr DIs trlct Killed by Horse. Nowg has renchod the city of t'je doath of tho twolvo jear oln he Mr. Hob Edwards or tho Orr dlsttirt. The lad was killed by being kicked In tho stomach by n horse. Ho dlmi from tho effects of tho kick at once. Tho romnlns woro burled In the Orr cemetery yostordny nfternoon. The iKiy hnd been ,'nylng nroin-l tho horse, which hnd always Been gen. tlo and hnd never before kicked or acted vielous In nny wny. Mr. Ed- wards, tho boy's father, Is well known In this city nnd surrounding coun try. Ho Is nn Intormnrrlod citizen and Is well to do. Ho Is n fnrmor and stock miser. REQUESTED TO CLOSE. From 12 Until 4 O'clock on the 23'.h. Committee to See Merchants. At n meeting of the various commit tees npisilnted to mnko arrangement ' for tho coming statehood ratification j meeting nnd Confederate Ileunlon, ! which wns hold t.ils morning nt tho ' law offices of Johnson & Dolman, It was decided to petition the mercnants of tho city to close tho doors or their places or buslnoss on tho afternoon or tho 28th or July, tho Inst day or tho Convention. A committee composed ot J, W. Hanks, Max Westhclinor nnd ChnrloB Stovons was appointed to see all the buslnoss men of tho city In ref erence to closing their stores thnt day. Tjihi committee will visit every bus- moss man 111 tno city unu comer with hlni In regard to closing that day. This proposition met with soma op position by a member of ono of tho committees, hu,t his opposition was voted down by those, who deslro to sco tho clorks enjoy a halt day rec reation. Coming Musical Recital. The music pupils of Miss Mildred P. Poster Invito their frlonds and the lovers of music to nttend their recitals, which will occur on tho evenings of Monday and Tuesday, July 2 nnd 3. Miss Poster has been teaching music In tho city ftir some tlmo nnd tho re cital or hor pupils will doubtless be a crcdltablo one. H you nro looking ror first class bonnl, with nr without rooms, by day or wook, phono 201, cr call at US E stroat, uqrtlieniL 2Stf Hhih-miwled uherfulness U round hi xroat - souls. air-peliMd nml conll- dent In their own hcavon ntdod pow ers. SLEDGEHAMMER PRICES Lud!ps tnn ex, welt A: turn wot tii i,i and .50 n,w $1.98 " black' a and ?a.50 i,.,w 2.2 " ' ' $2 o0 and $!; r.uw 2.19 " tan turn jo1p, worlli $2 now 1 39 " blnck ox turn sole, worth $l'n) and 1.7" now.. . . 1. 10 SlipppM'on bargain counter from 'J!ic to UHii. LYNN, The Shoe Man CHAUTAUQUA. A Gre.it Treat Last Night Crowds Celling. Larger at Each Session. I.ast evening wns a great victory for the t'liitiitnunun. The innimarr had Item using the wires nil day trying to find n mini to till the place of Dr. Tur ner wlio is now under euro of physi cians at Pt. Smith, nnd In tho mean time Dr. Guiisaulus of Chicago at I oared 011 the soene. saw the sllnalton mid tendered his mm vices. The anmmueement was mnde at the afternoon aeaaUm nmld cheers, the new a was ssd anHiiid, and a crowd ml house at S:.'ln grenttsl the sHaker who wsr idopiontly lutrmluced by Dr. Kuidincll. Dr. (lUusnutiiK ehnrmed his audience as wns manifested by the frequent ap pliuiHO from the henrom. lllsthemo was "The Next Step In Kdiicutlon," and III his masterly manner showed how mod ernized thought hnd count through unfitted tdens and fenrless Investiga tion, thus producing the new man nml new nation of nn unchained Individua lity. The subject for tonight Is "The Ut ter Eloquence of Puritanism" mid nt least 1,500 people will hour the grenl orator. More sonts nro being nddod today. Tickets nro on sale nt I in Pnimo'a drug store. Kvoryhody should net tickets early to avoid delay nml con fusion nt the door. Cream bakery brend and bnrbocue nro the best In town. 205 N. Cnddo Ht. 21C JOHN N IMHIE. ..AT MADDEN'S.. THURSDAY A ecorc or more different tilings equally priced for Thursday' selling; not an item mentioned thnt isn't A GI5NUINE MADDEN BARGAIN AT 9c Utdles', Misses' and Children's pin on Hose Supporters Mc qiial- Ity, a pair JC All 124c and lGc Embroider los nnd Iiccs, n yd JC All 10c nnd 12c Plgurod ft Iiwns, a yd JC Hed Seal and A. P. C. Olngham 50 new full patterns Just ro- v celved, a yd VC 15c Tnlctim Powder, abso- . utcly pure, per can VC Special lot Hlbbons, nil colors, reg ular 12V4C, ICc and 20c quality, a yd .yC All 12ViiC und 15o Plnlshlng Uralds, In white and colors, per bunch , VC Hlg lot Udlen 12 Vic nnd 15c lace or plain Hose, In black or white, a pair VC 3C pair Shirt Waist or Ilaby Pins, In plain rnlcd gold or vnnin- . clod front, a pr VC 100 Jnp papor folding Pans, tho 10c 12Hc and lSc'scilcrs cholco rt each VC 100 pairs I.lnon, Huck, Cotton or Turkish Towels, worth 121,4c, Thursday thoy go nt each ., OyC Men's Black or Tan Socks, regular 15o seller, a pr VC Watch the pnperH for Frid.ij'a doings at this store We change otir ads daily CHANGES AT WESTERN UNION. A. W. Sullivan Resigned to be Succeed ed by Will D. Tyer as M.m.in,er. A. W. Sullivan who for .hr jast three yearn has lieen mnnager or tho Western Union Telegraph Co'a nntovru iilllce here, has tfchdefed his roslfcna Hon tt lake effect im tin- first at J'tJ Mr. Sii'llvnu resigns to accept U10 iiiaiMRemeut of the l 'oat a I a(tta nf Oklahoma City. Ha will lie smtwilefl here by Will It. Tyre. wln lm tnfo In the empkt) of the Postal hen fov some time. Mr. TfW,' Hlfti Just ,r lurueil from Dallas whore Tiw has tcn lo confer with the head mntiHKei- nt the Western Union In reference In Uia INMltUm her. .Sir. Tyii fcufretr llio IKwitlon over the huuds d( quite 11 num ber or other nppllcnntK, several ot whom wero emphiyon of the Wertvrn Union, 11 fact which he apprvcliitm and which speaks well ot bin ability. Mr. Tjer has been 11 rostdairl ir this city prnctlcnlly all his Ufa nod has 11 number of friends who will lo pleased to know of his advancement. Mr. Siilllvnn, who goes to Oklafnsna City, also receives quite n protmitton ns the poftltlon he will nil nt that ritjr Is ono of great responsibility.. Horn To Mr. nnd Mrs. Horry ItaTL a hiiiiilsome ten-pound boy. Th uiotli er nnd sou are both doing nlcoly. Prult Jam at Steveiw, IConiunriy Ac Spraglna Co. Prult Jnra at Stevens, Kennerly & Siiraglus Co. 20 pieces whlto and colored Curtafn Swiss, worth 12Hc nnd 15e, per yd ?C Ml lidlcs and Chlldrcn'H imisKi.d and soiled garments In Muslin Ur dorwear, worth up to 25c. 11 garment 20 pieces assorted Drapery Coorfu, plain and figured, Sllkollno Dm ems, Cretons, etc., worth up rt to 15c, n yd VC jot odds and ends In Ladlea' Nci wcar nnd Holts v.o.Mh tip to 25c, for ..yC ImI I-nlloh' Fancy Jowwlry, niooth os, Iico Pins, Hat Pins, etc, wortn up to 60 cents. , . cholco nig lot Hoys' Straw Hats, worUi uy to 25 conts, . cholco 9C C dozen Moxlcan Straw lints, ru ular 15c ones, nt each -9C Men's nnd Hoys' nil elastic Su pendors, regular 15c quality a pair 9C Men's 15c Hose Supporters, hxifa tlon Hoston, Thursday at rt per pair J?C Muii's 16c Handkerchiefs, plain ami colored border, rt ach VC