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Ardmore, Tuesday, July 10, 1906.
THE DAILY ARDMORGITE, FIVfc The Finest Line of JEWELRY IN TUB CITY AT ' WALTER C. DEAN'S, 108 W. Main No Trouble to Show Goods Eyes Tested Free Kino Watch Hep-tiring RATE ON RAILROADS. Wear the Best; It Costs No More Union l-ibl, Up-to-Uatn Woolenn, Unrrnntrrd Trlmintnit LKT UH MAKB YOL'K CLOTHES Wo do CleiDlnir Itvpalrintf n.l I7-I Ardmore Tailoring Company '13 North Washington Ht. JNO. COONEIt. Prop. ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Secured Into Ardmore During Re-unlon One Fare Plut Fifty Cents. The arrangement committee for the coming Confederate reunion which has been In correspondence with the olllclttls of the different railroads of the city In rofcrnce ti) securing n low rate Into thin city during the Con- federate reunion on the 2Cth, 27th nml 2Mb, huvu secured n rate of one faro plus fifty cents for the round trip dur ing these three duys, over the Santa Ke as far Mouth an the Texus Hue. and alt over the Oklahoma and Imllnn Territory. Mho the tHiiue rate has been secured from the Rock Island, ovur the Okla homa and Indian Territory. This rate hold good, except where the fury ef. one fnru and a third would lie lOtw. Telephone No m The Frisco ha not been heard twin, hut It l&SitpiiOBvd thoy will fall In lino In Hand With .Twenty-Two .Caliber Plttol Not Serious. AmoH, the sixteen year old hoii of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whltehunit, who reside I nthu southwest part of the. city, accidentully shot himself In the hand yesterday afternoon with n 22 caliber pistol. The ball entered the HchIiv imrt of the hand, lodging tliere- In. He wojj jdaylng with' ilfc 'jSlBtbl fif 1kthe time and had been shooting rats unround the barn. The cuniVW,. no serious, but will probnbjy keep his hand crippled for Home time. The boy had been In the habit of playing with tho gun, and had re peatedly been ordered by his taronts to dispone l)f It. The bullet was ex tracted by Dr. von Keller yesterday afternoon and the wound will not re sult sorltiiisly, but will probably pre vent him from again playing with so dimerous a plaything. MISS KATHELEEN BUTLER1, Federated Clubs. ! The animal iii. t iint i,t tim nkinim. Sponsor for Indian! err.tory Reunion mBlndBn TtrrlUir Kedetated Com- ai romore. merelnl Clubs will convene tomorrow Major (.eneral John Ij. Gait, coin- Lt Okhihomii Cltv nnd .IpI...!.,. f.. Inandlnn Indian Territory Division, lKJ, ,0rrories will Htteml. The Fed has appointed Miss Katheleen Uutler t.ni(,,,i Commerelsl fl.. I. nr. of Tnhlentmh, sponsor for the Ardmore wnlM,m ,,, for ,m,mw, ,. itoumim to ue neia .iuiy so-js. miss ,,.ret(ll nml hf, ttork (,ml ,1M lwm llutler I niece of (leneral Uutler of ,,0Ilt, , n(llt. ,errllorv , c)lm,lt,mlt,blo. South Carolina and Is a Southern ,t in umU, f , cMm of le (er. beaut). Her Maid of Honor are Miss r)torv and Hon. I.e. rrr ,.f m.i. Julia Cauler of Diirunt and Miss Mud- Li... i, , ,-,, , say of Chotentt. The appointment of A i,.k-iit. ,,t OktBi.m,. fi... " w chaH-rone has not been announced yet. OSAGE SOLDIERS. secretary. Bach Commercial Club Is entitle I to three delenatefl and Hon. Lee Cruce ami J. H. Sprnglns will attend from here. The other dettwte, 1. Sander, will be unable to attend. It la stated that (mite a number of and family of Oklahoma City. Mrs. "V'! 11,0 rmu w wum as ult W H. Urawley and family of Ada "tncrn. and Knoe lloucher and family of this ,,,u """K " " ie insures ritv nt.,1 .1 n. iio.iHior nlui nf tlt '." Ardmore one of the largest crowds cltv. Kneh famllv will he uresentod wl,lcl' " UV8r vlK'lt"1 Co with one of the family groups, ueraies aim ine.r inenus. auu otnors memory of the family reunion. Mu wunl v,8lt ,1,c clt" wl" inho ativuniage oi mis opporiimiir ami Mortuary. spend three dnyx hi I lie iiext city in The Infant of Mr unil M. J. It. the territory. Heard, who live two miles west of It ' the purpose of the committee lie" cltt. tlletl yrsterday. The rcmalnw communlcaie wlihilhelhend olllclnls Weivt Inferred at ifosJ-f Hill cent- dlffvr'lt ,rtultf ,lnnn urtorl to ACry, yesterday afternoon at 3 p;clq;k. secure n rati-.lower than thls-WV h Iium nay, at vision nine uie greiu ainie hooif celebration will also be held In tcr of Mr. nod Mrs. Hallford, died Sun-1 connection with the reunion. This Is day at C p. in. Tito remains were In-1 to be the banner day of the three and terred at Hone, Hill cemetery yes- thousands of visitors are exacted. terday afternoon. I All preparations necessary are helm; perfected to take care of the enormous Thomas y. COx, aged Til years, died I crowd which will be In attendance, nt his homo nt' Lonu drove of cancer tlm n w1(( C()lnt, llluy ,JW nKI)Ure,i f of the bladder.. The remains were In- jthc best of eerythlng. Reunion head- terred yesterday at the lme drove qnrters have already been estalillsh- A Company of Osage Indian Soldiers Will Be Here. John W. .Ionian. Miitittit umiitrnt and hlef of Untt of Indian TerrltJiry, ,rrtl mnllvn will come up be- Division V l' V.. has written ftnm.ml ,oru and no doilht the llalt thHt ho will bring to Ardmoro r10" W,H " If rcitlnc one, ft rwttimur tf lit flisailu tmllnttit iimh' .. ........ t . ........... ...... m . HI Ill . o-.l . , ii.i . .i I IIIMIIV,IIC UalTUCCU". service I ii rl ni: the war between the I fni.. TtiUU. H.ti.i.. u-iti imi iruniu.i ' T- Randall, of Hamlall & Co. or With evert- r.mll.lllv In Anlnmre nn.l MBIlliavlllf, and A. V. Wllbum,, a will prove a great attraction for the u""'"'" "" ' the same city, wore nere issi nigut en route to UKUtlininH City to attend the meeting of the Retail Harduure IViilers and alwi Will Erect Handsome Cottage. Commissioner Win I'fleffer of Pur cell, who purchased a Vary pretty lot In tho McLlsli addition at tho time the lost were placed on public sale, tins had the plans drawn up for the erection of a neat cottage on his lot The residence Is to be two stories with a half basemen' "ml will contain six rooms. It will hestenm heated and have city water and lights, which two modern convenience havo boon put In at the addition. The dwelling Is to be among the prettiest In the city ml wilt he a credit to tho Mel. lab nd- llllon. Judge I'feliTer will move here from urcell soon. Tin Judge Is well known ere and has many friondri who will be glad to know that lie la to nmie Ardmore his home. reunion. Hi'Hldes this company of Confeder ate I ml Ian wilder home prominent Indliin olllclnls will be here who were olllcers In the Confederate army. cemetery nt 3 o'clock. Re-Union Headquarters. Reunion headquarters were opened todny In the United States court building and will be open till after the close of the reunion. Ham I. Uco Ih, In charge and shaking of the work ahead of tho committee said: "W'tr now have young ladles In each ward finding out who will entertain Confederates and how ninny. The 'jn'oplo will only be expected to enter tain them for lodging as we have tuado nmplo urovlslons for the feeding of tho old soldiers and their wives nt the fair ' grounds. If thu young ladles should miss any one and they will please send In their names and the number that they will entertain. It will be more than appreciated. I look for ward to the biggest crowd that Ard more has ever had. each mall brings. Inquiries nml notifications of thu com lug In great numbers. One letter stat ed that South McAlester was comlnt; hore this time stronger than ever." All nrraugumojits are going forward for the SKnsors bnll and lt is expect ed to surpass any of the past events The Sons of Confederates ru tuk- lug quite an Interest this year and Qsn. Kirk and his staff Vill he lierc from the Oklahoma division. Tho Daughters are looking after the entertainment. features of the vis ltors and have arranged a program for the different days. Tho Fair Association will admit nil of the old soldiers and their wives to the fair grounds at til) times free of charge. Ice water will be placed In different parts of the city during the reunion There will be plenty of attractions hern to please the old and the young, A Family Reunion. A reunion of the family of Mr. and Mrs. J. . Uoucner was held at their residence In tho south par.t.of- the city Sunday. The reunlop was,, a most happy affair, as the family ihad not seen ono another for years., Tho en tiro family, which had become scattered, woro present. A sumptuou dinner was served, after which tho party adjourned to the big living room, whoro their pictures were tn- ken In a group. Thoso who were in attendance were .Mrs. Minnie Wiley led and the preparations are being car ried steadily onward. THE DANKERS' TRUST CO. the meeting of the commerrlnl bodies of the two territories These gentlemen were also allver- J It SprsgliiH U)U, today for Okla- Using the big picnic nnd barliOcue to. homa City .to ntteud, the uietlng.of the ue Held at .Auinnsvliio on the KM Hand 'ederated Cmmoj.tia CJnbs of, l,ndlan J 20th of this month. 'They report that ni.d Oklahoma territories. Mr. Sprag- -heir town I making preparations to lis pie as a delegate fiom the club I "ntortaln 5,000 people on these two here He will be Joined by l.ee Crnce days, also a delegate, from heic and pn!- lent of the clubs, who ir at present PMna CUnnm II Klinwtiee. I Twenty per cent discount on nil Mllner Ai Klllott have added to their our decorated Hnbslmr China for already well equipped tmrber shop a I one week beginning Monday, July 0, Come In and see what we offer, 8-3 Nickel Store nnd China Palace Merry .Flshlnfl Party. , fishing party equipped with nil the mplements of warfare against the finny tribe, left early this morning for I Will Begin Erection of Handsome Oil Springs to stwnu the remainder . Building To Cost $25,000. of the week. The narty wore chaper- The Hankers Trust Co., a hank of vnd by Mr. and MVb. Bob Jones. I this city, will begin the erocllon of a Those who will enjothe week nt tho I two story and i.aHement brlck.bulnoB springs are Misses" Nell and Julia block, In the next week orb. Tho lllnke, Zoe Ollvo and l.nlla Pounders, building Is to be erected at 'tm cor- Miss Olive's guest irotn .Ml. 1'ieasani, nor of ..lain nnd A streets, southwest. Tojcns; Messrs. Jodie Adams, Hal Uu-1 It will be 25x145 feet nnd will face chanan, Kb Evans and Hill Cassldy. northeast on tho comer. Tho build ing Is to be erected on a lot owned win arrive mis wees, u union new , ,,....,.. .vll,.r(l ....... iH ono car of buggies. Come. In nnd see them. of , ,,hlcH whch , n aUl!Ur IHIU.-I. I f,luf .llu,,,,,...-!,. IM,, t..k utroolu txt Ardmore. With this one gonMtho en tre biucu, which only labout three You can get up-to-dae shoeo at cut prices In the Sledge Hammer Sale. LYNN, The Shoe Man. $ yoars ago was entirely of wooden buildings, will bo built of one, two nnd three story brick buildings. Tho-slruc ture is to be erected at a cost of $25,' 000. The corner, on the first floor, of 25x75 feet, Is to be occupied by the Unnkers Trust Co. with their hank, while thore will be two rooms In the rear for rent, and the entire second Bound Over. 11. I. Rowan was bound over this hiornlng In the commissioner's court n0r will be cut up Into office rooms, on a charge of assault with Intent to Thu baBt.n)tnl ,, l)cen rented to be kiii. no was pmceu uuuer a ouu Occupied as it barber shop. The build u is cnargeu mm uowan uinmuueu n(; w l)(J mlmle,i wUh wntcr nml one J. m. .Mcuonniu, u.ree nines norm ,. ...., Tll0 .,lang ,mvu ,...,. ... of Durwood, on the third of last month. , , d m w b reCeved l I.. I t 1. I .. .v I ' now,... .....ul- uuiiu iu. ... "l-l-e.......-. 140mo(mu k Buggies, Buggies. Dlvens, Corlin & Frcnsley have In n line of new buggies. THREE-STORY BRICK. The less n man thinks of his neigh bor tho more he admires himself. new Monitor cash register made es peclnlly for use In barber shops, lt adds greatly to the convenience of their business. Miss Mathews Entertains. Miss Annie Mathews entertained n Ardmore Wall Paper and Paint Co. f ,Mm ;,., are painting' a big sign today m be ... ,ho ,mmiBom.. fa,ny residence on used rtf Reunion Headquarters. Thu Sorlh Washington street. Tho afler- company me sign gram ami u ,lwm WHM . ,,wlwuiy, will be placed In ..out of reunlou umoH ,u, tht,r forml) ,,r v,,t0rlalii headquarters it the old comtnltoloji- npnt w,.r ,n,,,KUI, . Hofreshment urn couri room. I .., .irui ti.hui wlw, iiiinil,l voted Miss Mnthews a most pleasant and charming hostess. J. 8. (inrk and J. T. Jones wen In the city today advertising their picnic to be hi Id at Crlnervllle, .luly 20, Ardmore speakers will be then (mil J Kid time Ik expected. Attention, Elks. A resruinr meeting oi Klks' lodg will he held tonight. The bug will hop mmm ........ I V W tttTTTTTTT T I T I I ' Don't miss the last week of the Sledge Hammer Sale. Shoes at your own price. LYNN, The Shoe Man, . -H--H--H-H- . Some, Fine Fish. Patties were In the pity today from near Washita r.lver, selling fish on tho streets. Among the fish were some very largo ones which thoy had taken from Washlfa. About seventy live pounds of small fish were dispos ed of at a good price. Ground Broke This Morning for It Erection To Cost $8,500. Ground was broke this morning on the Weeks Dros. lot on South Wnsh Ington stret directly across from the city hall, for tho erection of a three- story business house, with n base ment. The building will bo 21x80 fwet nnd will have a cement floor, metal celljnglind bb'sloom heated. Tho front (in tho ground floor Ik to be'bf pressed brick and plate glass. When completed It will havo cost something like $8,- 500. Tho brick work will begin right nway. The building is to be modern throughout. It will ho qiilto an addi tion to that street on which inoro than thirty thousand dollars have been spent In orectlug bulldlnngs In the past four months. The building Is being erected by Weeks Ilros., a hard ware firm of this city . 4 SLEDGEHAMMER PRICES ( 4 , Ladies tan ox, velt& turn sole, worth ?3 and $3.50 now $1.98 " black" " 83 and JS.fiO now 2.29 " " " " $2. DO' and 3 now 2.19 " tan turn solo, worth 2 now i 39 " blaok ox turn sole, worth $1.50 and $1.75 now.. . . 1.19 Slippersjon bargain countor from 29c to 98c. LYNN, The Shoe Man Re-opened Yesterday. Solvldgo Business College, which has been closed for tho past week to give the teachers and pupils a vacn tlon.reopened yesterday morning with a full attendance. The way the stu dents took up their work after tho vn- tlon, shows there Is time to play and tlmo to work. This Is the first vaca tion tho college has taken slnco open ing, and was very agreeable to both students and teachers, many of whom spont the week fishing and hunting. T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist Ship Scrap Iron. Two cars of scrnp Iron was shipped put of this city today for St, Louis where It Is to bo sold to tho mauufuc Iturers. The Iron Is picked up over the city by men and boys who make that their business. It Is said they re ceive u good price for It. Phone 4 109 West Maia He sure that you have an aim In life before pulling tho trigger. Hal Sprnglns went to Sulphur today to spend several days. Dr. Walter Hardy made 11 proics slonal trip to Davis today. Miss Lillian McNees left today for Sulphur to spend h week with friends Rx-Oov. Wm. (!uy was n prominent visitor to Ardmore today from S.il- phur. Harold Young left today for Kansas City whero he will vsllt some time with relatives. Mlsu llssle Palmer has gone to l.nw tun.'Okln., to spend a few days, the guest of friends. J. T. Coleman has returned from u trip of a weok to Oklahoma City and other points J. II. Moore returned from a trip to Pauls Valloy yesterday, where hr went on legal business. Jim Light left today for Oklahoma City where he will reside In future Ho has accepted a position thore. Miss Mallssn Nelson, who has been In the city the guest- of Mlus Sophia Fry. left 'toduybfor tier home it Sul phur. ' .'- " ' I Mrs. Sam HolSey'titid children are In the city froui'dk'hiHOma City, the guests of Mr. and ...rs. W. D. Talla ferro. Mr. and Mrs. Moran Scott will de port this week for Colorado where thoy will spend the reminder Of tho summer. Mrs. F. M, Fox and son Wallace have returned from Springfield, Ills., whero they hit)', bnoji. visiting rela- tlTes.or tho past threo w-t'kB. J. C,kMurihy of the Chickasaw Cotn prvHSittt J'aultj.i Valley came down yes terday onJegal business. Mrwiw; A. WlinbUh and children accompanied by Miss Sadlo Oaston, left today for Eufuula. wnere they will spend some time with friends and relatives. W. IT. Humpass, of tho Chickasaw Compress company, went to Pauls Val loy today on business connected with tho compress owned by the company at that place. Mrs. J. P. Young and Mrs. A. W. Sulllvnn returned yesterday from Ma rlettn, where they have been sending a row days with the family of Mr, and Mrs, (leorge Head. Dri'-W. T. Gardner and daugntcr Miss Huby Gardner, departed today for their home at Checotah after a brief visit here. They were accom panled home by Dr. Gardner's little granddaughter, lonu Ilelle Lynn. Do You Want a Nice Home? My home place on (I slrocl'fnr sale If you want a good homo In the- be. t jwrt of (own see me. ' ' 8dtf I. ,M. (JATI5S. The Methodist . arsonage. The Methodist pammago wmcn Is being erected by the llrosdwny .Metho dlst church on the site of 'the old liarsoiiHge, is Hearing completion It Is expected that tho wood work on It will have been conmUltcd by tho first of the week. Rev. It. II. Waieon, pastor ( U( oh'tlrcli'tfxp'Jeels to movf. . . " .. ' ' ' "'.ii- 1. inioi ip ow(UUUKfuo nmo next week. The parsonage wl'l. be among' the hnndsomost homes In the city It Ih two story and very atilstic In plan When completed the Methodists can feel proud of their new parsonage. New Office Oulldtrfg. J. II. White, architect, Nolilo build ing, Is preparing plans for' an addi tional story for II. W, liuudol on tho building now occupied by Hydon & Hodges on west Main street, same to be fitted up for an up to dale office building. 10 John Stone, who has been confined to his bed for some time 00 account of Illness, Is ngnln at his post nt W ll Ilyrd & Co.'s. Stetsoin panamas, and . other good felt nnd straw hats cleaned, blocked and rctrlmmed like new. Out. or town work given special attention. JOHNSON, Tho Hatter,, 10-3 2IU W. Main, Ardmore, I. T Subscribe for Tho Ardmorelte. r . m mm w . . 1 1 1 TI nSll It TaltGS wonocriuuy Lime 10 uoine a ovy mi; if You Know Where to Buy WEDNESDAY We give choice of any Boys' Kneo PantH Suit in thon'toro nt HALF PRICE - $1.50 Suit for $2.00 Suit for $2 50 Suit for ...... $3.00 Suit for ...... 3.50 Suit for -1.00 Suit for. . 5.00 Suit for .75c $1.00 1.25 - 1.50 . 1.75 ioo 2.50 1 1 iiu-.f.. It TaKes Wonderfully Little to. Clothe a, Man Biliht TTTT $6.25 $9-25 $11.25 $15.75 if He Knows Wherr to Bay Buys any man's 7..'0, 8.00 and 10,00 Suit -- Buys any roan's, 12.50 and 15.00 Suit , r .it". Buys any man's 10.C0 und 18.00 Suit ' ' ' r . ,4 Bu.vs any man's '-.o.uu anu 25.00 Suit $6.25 $9.25 $11.25 $15.75 You can't mutch this Clothing Proposition anywhere In the clty.I Onr api.orln.ent. compiiecs nil Borts of materials, just, as cool and stylish as can be, and A Clothes Brush Free With Every Suit Madden Company August Delineators Arc Here