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THE DAILY AIIDMOREITE. Ardmore, Tuesday, July 10, ,19fl$. WEATHER AND VnilMP MAM The Perfume That Delights In spile of W.i' fart thnf W air ii ir . -.h ; rt i-.-rfiii... -i-frffh foreign and rtommtc mak'-onr Thelma .m to jKwi.es! pn'alltle thiil matr It the moit jiopular of all. .is a hrionlous blvntl of fragrant owr from many lands). It odor to tltatlETttr and pttMtaf tf err bodr al Is hi t!let ''nll'IMHIiH!.1 " ' . "THELMA" Tlislma Is really our choicest handkerchief extract, although not the highest la rJee Prke BOc per ounce DROP REPORT ENDS HIS LIFE 2 FOUR PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS you are waiting to invest, dc- J posit with us, subject to your J check; and, if you arc 6 months J finding an investment, wc will pay you Four Per Cent on your balance with us. THE GOVERNMb T TODAY ISSUES JOHN D. SANDERS USES SHOTGUN WITH FATAL EFFECT. t REPORT ON WEATHER. t Shows Rains to Have Been Genereus Was In a Despondent Mood, Drinking ly Distributed, In Some Places Ex cesslve and Damage Was Done to Crops. Heavily, and Other Probable Causes Combined to Cause the Rash Act Well Known Here. hi RAMSEY, DroEEist A Distinctive Tone Marks iIih Ousi 6 Gcri I'iono as a-supurior intruitit.ut. It's notes aj-e easily distintint-hi'd from tboso of tlio cheap, hurriedly iijatlo niano, and am associated With those of the vorv highest and most expensive imkUoh. $320.00 Never bought 11 piano qtial to t Kvltlngsbury, yet tlmt is all it costs. Wu have a number of pi anos taken in exehnngo E. B. LUKE- Ktit(Uhel ism. ARDMOIIK. I.T. M- 4 INSURANCE I D. REDFIELD , . WltliTwontT-Iro Wirn of uco- (u .Uo'lvrtrrlllnir, larlti jrourlM " Vinir" with Old Lino Companies X-Tbilbsvntlfinna (. I.KAN 1UJHINKHH T ' In Anlmorn from thn tirittnnloi; Over the Post office PHONE For Carriage or Baggage ARDMORE TRANSFER CO. W. R. INGRAM, M. I ALLEN'S Carriage Shop for All Butfjjr Pspalrs It Keeps Us Busy Sorvih: soda water. It scorns Unit old us well as young keep on buying It It's because soda water wo draw never disappoints you ICach glass we sell con firms a customer who tolls ath wk. That increases our trade und is why wo are buy. - You can't regret money spent on our soda. The pleasing memory is lasting. C. V. SEGALE 74 WW Caddo and Main Sts Tslephont No. JO. WOULD MEET THE PEOPLE JUDGE W. H. H. CLAYTON IN ARD I MORE NEXT SATURDAY. Urge All Communities of the 21st and 26th Recording Districts to Have Representative Delegates Pres ent Wants Information. The nrdmorslta this morning re oelred the'followltig from Judge Win, II. II. Clayton of South McAloster: South McAlentst, I. T. July 9, The Ardmorolte t)mr Sir: I will ho In Ardmore on Saturday afternoon, July 1 1, nml de sire to meet the people of the 21m and 26th recording district, for the pitrpoe of KthrltiK Information to ennble the districting board to prop rly lay off the Indian .orrltory Into election districts. Kindly urge upon nil communities to send representative delegations U Ardmoro, so tluit I may-meet ns many people of your district as possible. Yours truly, WM. it. II. CLAYTON. SECTION LINE ROADS. Indian Agent to Look After Those In Chickasaw Nation. Muskogee, I. T.. July 9. Indian Agent Dann II. Kelsey announced yon tenlay that Klvln Uiwo and John Duets, employes of the Indian ARoncy, will noon start for the Chickasaw and Choctaw nations to take up petitions that hnve boon filed with the Indian agent unking the establishment of roads on the section lines. These- road will ho opened according to n provls Ion of tho Curtis hill, which provides that If citizens of these nations fall to keep open those roads nfter due no tlco they shall he fined 110 for ench day said roads remain closed. Ileforo roads nro opened, however, the necessity for the same must bo determined by representatives of the Indian agency. This also Includes tho Seminole nation. Hoads have been opened In the Cteek and Cherokee na tlons for the past two years. The above will ho good news to the farm rs of these nations, especially whore the large land and eattlo ownors have thr roads fenced tin which Is a grunt nconvelenco to tho people NEGROES R0DDED WHITE MAN. , Then Threw Him from Freight Train I Near Colbert. ( Donlwm. Tvx . July 9 E. I- Sim moiis. of C'siie), 1. T.. whs robbed, ! .uhhed. and (hrown from a Missouri, j Kuiismh and' Texas train near Colbert t-arb ibis tnornltur. The robbery was porttfiitid-b two nofiroes. Simmons iMwrded a freight train and In the cur which lie entered he found two negroes. After he had been thero a while the negroes followed him to one end of the car and holding him, took away $11.30 In mondy and torn removed his shoos substituting 'an Ifld pair. In the struggle Simmons was tabbed in the back by ono of tho men. The negroes told him to climb -ff, and as he was setting down tho hide of tho ear ono of them kicked him In tho face while the othor slash ed his arm. He dropped to the ground while, the train was moving at the rate of about twonty miles an hour. Simmons made his way to Colbort, where he arrived In a depjorable con dition. He was very woak from loss of blood. A purse was inadc up fur him and he was purchased some now clothes. Ho then camo to Dentson with un officer to soarch for tho ne groos, but nolthor of them could be found. The people of Colboit woro vpry muoh aroused by tho story of Sim mons and made a senroh In the le Inlty for the robbers. Through the courtesy of e. E. rjMll lit fc Co., tho Ardnwrelte Is onabted to give the government woathor roport Issued at noon today: J' Texas The week wns cenVrtillv cloudy and unusually coolospecfslly In the western and northwostcrh dls trlcts. Showers occurred In all coun ties. The rainfall was heavy In the Hlo Grande valley and In central nnd southwestern divisions and gonorally deficient elsewhere. Severe thunder storms occurred on Monday and Tins day In several counties. tttlslana This week opened with general showers, heavy In some loenl Itles and light scattered showers oe stirred at the eloe of the wuek, hut the rainfall was deficient In most sec tions. The temperature was abnormal In the smith portion, below In (ho north portion. Arkansas TBe days wo moro warm but the nights wero mostly cool and unfavorable. The mean tempera ture was about normal. Honoflclsl showers occurred except In tho south western ortlon, where rain Is needed Tennessee The week was cool with local and unevenly distributed show ers, which were generally light, but heavy In a few Instances, affording sufficient moisture ns a rule In eastern and no rethrnsnntrond ctaol eastern and northern sections. Oklahoma und Indian Territory Cool, northerly winds prevailed. The temperature nveraged about 3 degrees below normal. The first hnlf of the week was clear and the last half gen erally cloudy with occasional scatter ed showers. The rainfall was deficient In the central and southern fortinns South Carolina Sunshine nnd tern1 poratures wore below normal and preel pltatlon wns slightly above normal Widely scattered local excessive rain full and deficient amounts fell over imall areas. All sections still have ample moisture. Alabama Moderate temperatures prevailed. The first hnlf of the week wns fair, with ample sunshine: Tho last half was partly cloudy to cloudy and showers In oastorn counties nnd heavy rainfall at few widely scattered points. Haiti Is needed over tho wes tern half of the state. .Mississippi Temperatures were moderate and nights cool. Mnch of Uie weok was cloudy. Tho rainfall was generally light nnd scattered though there were n few leavy show. ers. Knln Is needed In many Ioculltlcs North Carolina The precipitation was much above the normal. The weok w,ii characterized by frequent rains vMch wero excessive In eastern and central districts, doing considerable damage. Sunshine Is needed. The temperature nveraged ono degree be bey normal. C.ecrgla The wenthor was pleasant with temperatures slightly bolow nor :.nil. Showers occurred gonornlly on the 3rd. Itli and Sth and In the North ern half of the sixth and seventh. The moisture Is ample nnd In most districts tiio rainfall ecoedlng ono Inch ns a rule. Florida The weather whs mostly dry in the western district with fro-. quetit showers elsewhere. KxcchsIto rains occurred In the west central portions ot the peninsula. The tem perature averaged about normal, nnd the nlgbls were pleasant. Sunslilno wns deficient over the eastern portion. Favorable except In South Atlnntlc stales. K. K. (iUII.l.OT & CO . Notlc? to Contractors. Sealed jiroposnla for the erection ot a four-room brick school building will be received up to 12 o'clock, noon, on July 1., 1006, by V. 3. Ilsnrii, see rotary of the school board; Ilavla. I. T., and nt tho office ot " Iho 'archi tects, 'm. A. Nethercot and Ed J. Peters, Shawnee, Okla. Plans and specifications on flto wlta Trade Bul letin Co., Oklahoma City., and F. J. Baum, lUvIa, l. T- Kach proposal to be accompanied by a certified check for 1300. Owners reserve the right ?i reject any and all bids and walvo technicalities. e-. Prepare for Klnj Edward. Kewenatle-On-Tyne, England, July 10. (Special.) This city U tu gala U'lre awaiting the arrival of King Ed v.ird, who Is expected to arrive today 'or the first visit In twenty-five years. I ue King ui ue aeonmpanieu .oy iueen Alexandra and Princess ' Vict oria. John I). Sandors, aged twenty-six years) residing In the east part of the city, with his uncle, J. A. Sanders, took his life yesterday evening about :30 o'olook. Tho means used lo com mit tho deed was a No. 12 shot gun. The contents ot one barrel entered the left bronst Just over tho heart, caus lng Instant denth. The only cause that can be assigned, that could have made him commit the deed, wns that he had been going n little fast and, It Is said, drinking heavily, and In some manner becamo connected with a woman whose affections he could not entanglo but who had succeeded In getting him stuck on her. It seems the two had had some words when she wanted to leave town yesterday afternoon, and he, becoming deson dent over her going, considered with other prolmftle ctfiise, coatuiltted the deed which took his life. it seems he nnd another young man und his cousin had been walking around In tho peach orchard directly after supper and hnd been Jollying each Other, till In the best of spirits. They returned to the house nnd his cousin, n young lady, suggested tboy play pitch, which was agreed to. While sho wont after the cards, the young man who was with thorn walked nround to tho west isirch and Sanders stayed on tho porch whoro they had loft Mm, nnd picked up a shot gun which was sitting: near. He handled It for n few mlnutos beforo making any attempt to iiho It. After a while he placed the butt of the gun on the floor with the hammers toward the back, and placed the barrel of the gun against his breast, pulled one of tho triggers, but tho gun failed to gti off. Not fliiBtrntcd ho calmly cock cd tho othor hammer nnd pulled the trigger with tho result that death on sued Instantly. Ills cousin who was coming through tho door on tho porch at tho tlmo ho pulled tho first trigger, nnd saw what he was attempting to do, rushed townrds him, but before she reached his side he was laying dead at Mr feet. Tho shot aroused the neighbors who came and assisted In plnclng his bod) In tho house, after which n physician was summoned, but when ho reached tho bcdsldo ono look was enough to show him death had claimed tho rest ICS's spirit beforo ho was called to the scene.- Tho' body was left at the home of his uncle, nnd prepared for burial this afternoon. Sandors was well known ubout town having been her somo llttlo while. He formerly lived at Springer with his parents who now reside at Fisher, Texas, he also has two sisters living about two miles from here and a brother living nt Chngris. Most of his relatives nr-'ved In the city today and accompanied the body to Its last resting place at Hose Hill cemetery, whoro tho funeral services wero held nt 4:30 o'clock. Ico for salo every day at Portor Staples, Phono GDI. 101m JUDGE CLAYTON'S ITINERARY. Re-Districting Work Has Been Plann ed for the Recording Districts. Judge Win. II. H. Clayton has call- ed meetings In the various recording districts In the Choctnw and Chick asaw nations, for the purpose of de vising moans lo ascortaln tho popu lation preparatory to laying off tho Indian Territory Into election dis tricts. Ho will be at the following mimed places on tho dates named, whoro mass meetings will bo holdr South McAloster, Wednesday after noon, July 11; Atoka, Thursday morn ing, July 12; Durant, Thursday af tor noon, July 12; Tishomingo, Friday af ternoon, July 13; Ardmoro, Saturday afternoon, July 14; Pauls Valley, Mon day morning, July 16; Purcoll, Monday afternoon, July 16; Chickasha, Tues day morning, July 17; Ityan, Tuesday afternoon, July 17; Duncan, Wcdnes- lay aftornoon. July 18; Ada, Thurs day afternoon, July 19, It Is desired thnt tho citizens of ench recording district will send del egations to moot Judge Clayton on tho dates named In ordor that the work of districting tho Indian Ter ritory may bo. facilitated. Quick mral gasollno stoves at Sir ens, Cornn & tYensioy a. Most women are born leaders and most men are born followers thereof, , Ardmore Loan v A General Dankinir t O PELTED WIT. RIPE EGGS. Socialist Speaker at Henryttta, I. T., Treated to Shower of Boquets. Henryyetta, I. T., July 9. A socialist j with anarchist tendencies, nnncarinir under the name of Jack Wolf of In-1 Ion, lectured on tho streets hero last Thursday nlghL In tho midst of his tirade against government, law and order, he was assailed with n shower of rotten esgs from all sides. Ills al lies sprung to Is stdn nnd woro also made targets by tue remainder of the crowd. A f'rse fight was prevented with difficulty. Two arrests wore made. State Lawyers' Conventions. Texarkann, Ark., July 10. (Special) Tho Joint convention of the Arknn sas nnd Texas State Har associations opened here todny with many prom inent attorneys nnd Jurists In attend ance. Senator Dnlloy of Toxns, Justice David J. Hrewor of tho United States supremo court. Judge U. M. Rose of I.lttlo Hock and JudgpSoldon Spencer of St. IMils will address the conven tion. Wost Baden, Ind., July 10. (Spe cial) The convention of tho Indiana Har association opened hero todny with n speech by Col. C. I Jewell. The annual address will be delivered Thursday by Judge Lurton, the pre siding Judge ot the United States n pelate court of Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. Tho meeting will .closo with a banquet Thursday evening . A China Cat Decorated Habsburg Chlj.a for ono week beginning Monday, .Inly 0, n special discount of 20 per cenL Don'1 fail to come In nnd s.e what wo arc offering. S-3 Nickel Store nnd China -1'olacc. -M- New bargains have been ad ded to the Sledge Hammer Sale. This Is the last week. Come now. LYNN, The Shoe Man. X V I I I I I I I f I I T III I I TTT TTTT Keep comfortable with talcum. Ramsey's Talcum Powder Is the purest, smoothest nnd most healing talcum you can use. Largo 1 pound packago for 25 cents. Wc have all other good talcums also. 8 F J. RAMSEY, Druggist. Prldo goeth beforo n mark-down sale of left over Easter bonnets. At the Jail. Honry Ilrock nnd Itobt. Stafford were placed In Jail today on n charge of larceny. Thoy woro aftorwards re leased on bond. Jim Wisdom wns brought hero and Jailed today on a charge of Incest. Ho was brought In on nn order of ro moval from wostorn Qklnh'omu. ' He Is under $1000 bond. George H. Franklin, ohargod with conspiracy wns placed In Jail nn nn ordor of removal from Oklahoma. lion Plough charged with assault to kill and Anderson Means charged with carrying woapon woro both re leased on bond todny. Tho ladles Homo Mlsslor. Society ot tho Broadway Methodist church were made glad last week by a gen- .donation rom Miss Foster. They will hold it In trust for awhile, then invest It In some'nrtlclo or way, that will bo a reminder ot tho kind donor. MRS. H. P. WOODS, Sec. Mrs. Y. B Iynn Is still confined to hor bed on account ot sickness. Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Suggs and family aro In the city shopping and visiting relatives. When a man's shoes hurt him ho tcts as It he was at his own tuneral; when Its a woman shu makes you believe the only'thlng jieoded to com plete her Joy would be to bo dancing. The married cynic Is generally anonymous'. and Trust Co. ntialnncu TnnonMn,! StUllilU'U 3 WANTED. ! WANTED Five good cwTsrmTT nays reunion. Good wages. Apply In formation IJureau, Iletinlon Head quarters. i.3 WANTED Ten good strong teams to grade streets. Call Tuesday, Holder , placo (sonthwost). Two weoks work. F. n. MoElroy. 9 WANTEI Men to learn barber trade. We proparc you for positions, 112 to $20 weekly. Few weoks com pletes. Special Inducements Just now. Tools, tuition, dlplomus and osltlons given. Don't miss this chnnco. Write at once. Molor liar bor College, Kansas Clty.Mo. S-6 WANTED A girl to' do goneral house work. Mrs. M. Goldman, C2I C street n. '!.( st. 6-tf. WANTED To buy an Interninrrled, unfiled surplus. Apply to J. P. Nail nt American Hotel, I 6 WANTED Brcry lady Interested In dressmaking to learn tho Kelster Tailor System. Wil also cut and lit dresses for ladlos, who can do their own sowing, irrs. Dowlos, Phone 516. 22tt WANTED To buy old Iron. copperT brass, rubber, otc. Teus Wagon Yard, N. Caddo. 17.1m WANTED At once. Ona or two girls to train as nurses. Ardmore Sanita rium, joti FOR RENT. FOIt KENT Well arranged, contrary locuted photograph gallery. Splendid opening. C. P,. vanuenberg, Ardmore 10-6 FOIt RENT Five room house, close In. Apply Geo. II. Webb. 8-3 FOR RENT Two connecting rooms, with bath, etc., one block from two boarding houses. Furnished or un furnished. Apply nt new green house on U street, between 2nd and 3rd avenue,, northwest. S3 FOR RENT Two good stores. Cheap est rent In Ardmore. Apply U R, Marston. 21-lm FOR JIENT Two rooms In Noble building, suitable for offices or bed rooms. Apply Noblo Bros store, 3tf FOR SALE. FOR RE.U' One new 4-room house, closo In. Phone 247. 9tf FOR SALE My homo plnco on Elev enth avenue, northwest, between U nnd C streets. 910 ARTHUR JUHAN. FOR SALE Four stnndard bred horse sired by Electrlte, Ills sire being tho great Electioneer. Phono 3S0 or andrcss box Gil, Ardmoro. 25-1 m. FOR ALE Cholco slnglo nnd double drivers nnd" draft horsos. Wllker son & Lawson, Ilvory barn on South Washington. Mm FOR SALE A few cnolco Jorsoy milch cows. Apply to Felix J. King. Phone 372. ' ' 17t! FOR SALE Veiyjileslrablo, partially Improved. ArdttWfc Wiperty, cheap. J. A. Geary, At. OiJCrry'a office. G-lru FOR SALJ3 10 acros of Intermarried surplas land, close to Ardmore, for 12,500. Abel D. Chase Sr. 19-lm 8TOLEN STOLEN Two raalo settor pups. A roward will be paid for their re turn to me. 9-6 ARTHUR JUHAN. We are now prepared to loan money on city proporty. See us for terms. 3tf INDIAHOMA TRUST CO. John Stono is confined to his bed on account of sickness. Mr. Stone has been ill for tho past ten days. There's always room at tho top Just under a man's hat.