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rdmore, Thursday, July t,10.
THE DAILY ARDMORElTt FIVE The Finest Line of JEWELRY IN THC ( ITV AT WALTER C. DEAN'S, 108 W. Main No Trouble to Show Good Eyes Tested Free Fine Watch Hop iiriiiP PERSONAL NOTES. H city. M. Carr of Pauls Valley Is In the Attend our Special Sale, July 14th to 21st TUN l'i:U CENT IlKDt'CTION on our complete line of oolens. Ovr 2"t Cholfc 1'nhcnis to rtlect fro u. OKI) Kit TODAY. liv1i,-nr...n ARDMORE TAILORING COMPANY T Frank Berry!..!! For Everything That Is Made of TIN. Tin Roofing a Specialty OKLAHOMA CONFEDERATES. To Attend Reunion Here Order Is wtd to That Effect by Cen. Kirk. The following order lien ben 'ssiied y (Sen. llrant Kirk, commtmior of the ,on of the Oklahomn DMalon. State Headquarters Sons 6f Confeder ate Veterans. OIONEltAI. OltDKlt NO. 11. Oklahoma City. July It. 1005. Whereas. Uie dty of Artlmore iiuji extended an urgent Invitation to the ox-Ojiifederate soldiers of tho now Mate mill to thulr sons and daughters in inet In annual reunion In their city July 26 to SS Inatant. now, there fore. I, llrant Kirk, by virtue of tho authority vested In in as commander of Sons 'of Veteran, for the Oklaho ma Division, respectfully urge that tho staff attend In uniform gray, and atto urge every son In the new state to be present, whether he be a mem ber of a camp or not, Thla promlaea to be a glorious re union, many of the atate a moat eta-1 (let your hay tli . neat orators will be preaent and iler? -'corlu & Fronsloy. liver addresses and the South' fair- j Mrs. Mary .Dcveney Dead. Mra. .Mary Devem-y. ud 70 years and si tnontha, died jit: :duy at the home of her eon, Wm. Deveuey, "14 A atreet northeast, after a Ion: Illness. The death waa canted from canwt of the atoniach. The remains were laid away thla afternoon at Itose Mill cemetery. Tbey were followed to their lest resting place by o host of frlcnda who mourn with t.ie family In their gteat loes. Tho deceased was well known hero and had many warm friends. During the long time deceas ed wns III she (tore her sufferings with (tut n murmur. The services were held at the Christian church, this after noon at 2 16 o'clock, of which church deceased wm a devout member. ,loe Weiss la In the city front Waco on business. I). N. Shopnrd of Kl lleno It in tho city on business. Tom Ditlnnoy was In the City thla morning from Cornish, Isaac Uolniaii of Tulsa la la the 'Ity to spend the day. O. It. Howorton of Knnsaa City I In the city on business. J. T. llurua Ims returned from an extended trip to (lalreston. T. H. lingers of Waco Is among the business visitors to Artlmoro. K. A. McClure or Duncan Is a bus iness visitor to Artlmore today. T. .D Fells nd children were vis itors to tt dty todar from Maradsn. John It. Vlars of Whltesuoro la miong the business visitors to Art I more. Krctt Dnnlap made a business trip to points In the Choctaw nation yesterday. Tom Norman and little sou Tom Jr. returned last night rom a business trip to Durttnt. Mrs. Jonas llaum left lost night for Chicago where she will vi!t about a mnn'h with relatives. John Ileard of the John Deere 11 ow Company of Kansas city was a mi Iness visitor to the city today. u. I. ttetfscbnolder is here from Uwtcn oh business. Mr. Itetfsohnei der was formerly a resident of this city. Report of Improvement Committee Is Accepted by Council. Call meeting of the city council was hold yesterday evening at C cfeloch. with Mayor Dick presiding rid all aldermen present except Shel- ton of the second ward. The purpose of the meeting waa to receive the e port of the Improvement committee of the council and the city engineer. tli tefere.ice to thu paving cf the streets, which matter has been under PAVING PROPOSITION A GO. Reunion Benefit at Majestic. COUNTY MEDICAL' ASSOCIATION. Tho reunion benefit Riven last night at the Mnjcntlc was ono of tho hit? Organization Perfected Here What surceases of the senson. The show I Its Pretlclont Says, was witticism! b the biggest crowd ! Br. Philip Stevens, tho newly ciect that has ever attended the Mnjestlc. The seating capacity of the building could not accommodate the people and they stood and enjoyed the show to the fullest extent. The show lust night was an exceptionally good one and everybody was delighted with the evenings entertainment. The little girls who entered the contest for the slim some days. The report of Uold bracelet deserve much credit for the committee and engineer was re- delved but no action taken, council than adjourned to meet this morning at nine thirty o'clock. The meeting was called to order this mooring by Mayor Diok. and the si- dortaen and about thirty business men MTtt property owners of the city were thlr work ami every one of them la happy today. Miss lttliel Nlsnett who sold a hundred and live tickets, won tho price and wns awarded the sol id told bracelet. When the girls had finished their two days work, Mr. Dean, the Jeweler, who gave out the ed president of the County Medical association, which organisation was perfected nt n meeting Of tho phys icians of the twonty-flrat recording district Tuesday last in this city. In sieaklng of thu association and the inflection It would afford efficient physicians from tho iptack doctors, said today that It was the best organ I rat Ion of Its hind ever formed for the protection of a profession which, had In some Instances been Imposed tiKin. The County association la In direct lino anil co-oporatl.m with the state medical association and the Na tlonal .Medical association. The tu ' log of the physicians of the twint first recording district, Which a called here for Tuesday last ant! at which time the County asvn.c.if.ii waa perfected, was the first step ken bv the physicians of thla dlsiiic In the way of protecting tne profet- Mcaeia in ine ronimianis. v a ... . ... . ... i. ... ,Ln Mmri laLiM, I . . in i ......in, w urn bracelet to every strl who wnriritH h, UU and diseased. Mayor Dick state,! ,hp ,cket COB,eirt ,,, l4lrh , to :ne cou icii tnai tne purpose qi ine happy , , K4MMlm , t npw w" v o go over mo n-i.r. ... I bracelet All those Interested nmre- 11 t.K.mlttee and aet upon their cl.B tht work hv thn . . "' - " : r mZZ rw' his kind- nm, m the new stale. This meeting ,N . .irve.. "- In the matter. Those who took ' waa called by Dr. Wilson of Wynn "v' - -"- tMrt m tne contest are: Misses Kthi" wood, district orsnnlter and be dc pmcm were atata to spcos w.nm r S,8belti M-y tiob-rt-. aatelev. I - d-.l .u .r-.ll, .., w. wwjti. i.iv wu..v.. -llli.lv rarten. HI nils fnrtor Vannla ills e:e uatueii as 10 we Hope and llelle Daniel. ism isevrai wore ncara irora, aiier WMcii the report as preseaiea oy me fioo.ooo to loan on Improved city feBpru. erne tit committee and Engineer property iio delay whatever. Call Dean vns rad. Hie report gave an nnd see us ltf IXDIAHOSIA TltrBT CO. Ice Crsnm Social. Grand lee cream soda) will be given on the lawn at the Catholic church Friday evening. After the social all surplus cake will be sold. Everybody welcome. 181 from, W qiveni, set daughters will be present In the Rnprosenttng Oklahomn University, capacity of aponaora and maids of ' Prof. J, 8. Buchanan, teacher of hls Uonor. !tory In the Oklahoma I'nlverslty at Tho military ball will be a prom Norman, is In tho ally soliciting bust' inent feature of tho reunion. ness for the university. The Oklaho- (itvon this the ltth day of July, ma University Is free to the students 190C. of tho Indian Territory the same as it nniw nf . to tho Oklalioitia students, .and Mr. -- B1UVKT -1CiaiC- 1 u;lmpn -Is mlvortlfiliis-that - faet. Commander for Sons. Oklahoma Dlvl- Kauh year quite number of territory shin. Hy I. M". Putnam, Chief of Staff. joys ami girls atteml the University and It In the Intention of Mr. Mil eh xiafe lattar has been received by anan and the inmigemeut of the tha nu here stating that Con. school to make this number much lar Kirk and twenty-four of his staff gor In the future years. Mr. Iiuchon would bo present at the reunion In an has a neat pamphlet showing the IJry nood( C() jn cty uniforms, accompanied by ten hand- college ItiilldlngH and their surround some sponsors and maids of honor, lags, which he Is distributing. The letter says Cen. Kirk's staff Com- .rl.cn loo members, all of whom wear ' Sunday Show Players Arrested the uniformed gray. .Airs. W. i Mobley has gone to Texarkana and Paris, Texas, where ahe will spend several weeks with rel nitres Iiud Young, a piomlnent cattleman and J. P. Taylor, postmaster, both of llerwyn, are prtmlnent visitors to Ardmoro today. Mr. and Mrs. John Mulkey ami son left this morning for Amsrillo and other jiointa In Toxas. They will be gone for some time., , Mrs. A. J. Wolveatwi and daughters Misres Clnra nod Va. have returned from an extended trip to Mineral Wells aud other points in Texas. Judge Wm. lfleffer was a visitor to Anlmore yesterday from lurce!l. Mr. l'fleffer Is having a handsome home erected here and will move here soon to make this place his residence In tho future. W. U KIiik. a traveling man out of Kansas City. Is In the city. Accompa nying him (a his sister, Miss Sarah King, and Miss Itessle lioytl of Cnliies. ville. who came here ta siend the day and tlo some shopping. W. S. Hurton of lVrt WbrUi. a member of tho firm of Hurtoit-I'eel The egtln.atf ct the cost of paving ntreets, taklnx ad a basis three materials which ur-. national paving material and fiK'irlng what would be the cos of p-miik with eeoh. These msterlala are t!.- vitrified brick, asphalt brick ami r.Ki.halt paving, lite estimates tire what has been prepared by Kn gftteiM- lK ti:i. as being tho lowest fig- arts i,t which he could procure the mau-ri.:l for the work and are not for pablh-ntlon. Along this line Mr. Dean who was present stated that the es deflates presented to the council were what the work could be done for aa he figured it. end probably the eon- Fourteen inch Valley Tin, ft cents tractor who will bid upon the work per foot at Hurton Peel Dry Good Co. havr Iwmich houses all over Texas ami the I nil In ii territory, nntl Mr. Burton 1 xill . making, a visit to those ustabllsh Deputy Marshal DiincanTenr u v u esiaouap . ..ii . .i . r u'twt i m in n u on v in iiiiai iiosisi rnisui It is expecteu inai que " , ' , ' Mr. ami Mrs. V. II. Glosemeyer and or Oklnlinnm veterans win uB.... i v. ....... children ami Miss Annie Ii. Wallrapp reunion. This oruer auove given w- . arrlve.1 hero from St. .ouls lost even .... . . as.. .s nf wua ta llavlmi Qlstlk4 U'hllh ! rim. I piiDilsiiett in an me lea.iuig .... - T "" Ing and aro staying at the home of Oklahoma nnd In the Western Xews- nlng for ten tluy. nt the opera house Mf M tinner union weetiiiee. . " 1 " 1 c " k - Fer Carrying a Gun. John Vann. a negro, was placed In Jail last evening by Iptty Dun can. Vann was arrested near Sulphur yesterday, and a gun taken from him. The prisoner hail been employed aa a workman on the railroad gong which Is building the road Into Sul phur. The negro It seems hail been n bully among his fellow workmen and carried the gun. It seems, all the tint'. oould procure the material a little cheater than he. The report was inured by the council, after which la;r Dick read a petition which had bec.i ni-.pnred as a Anal petition to the property owners that they ask that the law relative to paving be carried oat. This 1 tho lost petition tnat FRANK BKftRYHILL'8. 19-t The Tinner, work In perfecting the organUntl n The organization was made nr m ry by the fact that the territory Imt been made A strife, and each tnuntj In every state make their ow.t lwt for the protection of nhystelanM in that county. Heretofore there has been a Pickens County Medical n-v elation, which acted In tne poslilnr of a regular state county association With the coming nt rMtfhood tine ai3olatlou'a ttower Is takesi away from It. The association waa organ ised to Include what la thought will lie the county In which Artlmore will be situated when the counties are Inti? off for the new atate. The by-lawa and constitution of ttu National association were adopted .md a Domrd of directors elected. Dr. .V. T. Bogto was elected vice president and Dr. Tt. It. Alvls. aecrHar nnd troMurer, Dr. 8. T! I'ooth .as elested delegate to of ud 'in- annual meeting of the c ;.i Wenlo at Mannsvllle. boma state Medical association, mk A two days picnic began at Manas- ry. , c McNees alternate den..i- villa this morning. A special car 1 m. ,.... ..1.11,,,. .in n.,., i : . on the second Tuesday In each im.n'n at which time business of Import a. was put on the Choctaw local this morning to take care of the crowds will h. ure narted and all who elan It " end the affair. A round . tUm aaaaoluiUm will be dlsc.i will pledge themselves to pay for the tritt r",e of 78 MnU from '' I nr. Stevens stated tho'. It wm en in fvnttt ami amnnd tiiirlldsco and quite a crowd from her ',,, ...i.t.,! ,t..i ...vniia uim .. is In attendance. paring In front nniierty After tho petlMon was read Mayor Did. stated that here had been no committee appointed to circulate the potltlon, and that nil who cared to sign It at that time could come for ward and do so There were about uable property on Main and other bus-1 ,lor" ,0.1 . Iness streets present and each of these came forward and signed the lietltlon to a man. After the petition had been aliened by all present tl. CKincIl adjourned. Notle V. O. W. Clrele. Rvery member of the Woodmen Cir cle must he present at the regular meeting Friday evening at S o'clock. Business or Importance to be trans acted and a delightful surprise In MRS. I. K. MASON, Guardian. lim. T. II. STL'ltGKOK. Sac IM Attention Knights. Myrtle Iodge Knlghu of Pythias Appoints Maids of Honor. Mlfw Floy Alvlr, aiKinsor for the In Clan Territory division Sous of Con fcUeinlo Voiurnns, ling apiio'nt.l r.S mm ct her Maids of llono-, Mlsi 'tie Olive of this city. This division will ho represented at the Artlmore reun ion by MIsmis Floy Alvls, Alice Moore and 7.09 Olive. The pi (ointments came from Otis U. Weaver, comman der of the division, r.t Ads and each of the young ladles refeld In Ardinore. arrested. They will he given an ex amining trial today. This Is the first Instance of this kin., to occur In the this imrt of the Country, ns vaude ville nntl other shows, which have run In this country, have never at tempted to ruu on Sunday. will slay a few weeks, when they will continue their trip to the Pacinc coast. Mrs. Glosemeyer anil Miss Wallrapp are sisters of Mrs. Stolfa and Ilev. James J. Wallrapp. Mr. Glosemeyer Is a member of the Arm of Klrmheld-Gloaemever Flour Co. of St. IjouIs ami surrounding territory. We are bound to suit all tastes in perfumes. Our stock Includes INU- mer's complete lino nnd Wright's ami Knger t Callct's choicest odors. 13 V. 3. ItAMSKY, Dr igplst. Y. M. C. A., Saturday market at the Noble building, next door to lle-anlon offices open the 28th. J. M. Pase, t'.ie groc i . r,.ir. II. C. llrrden, prompt dellv y. St. sor to There will be lottt of good things to cat at tho Y. M. C. A. Saturday Mnrk.'t on tho 2ath. ltf SPECIAL PRICES on- LOW CUT SHOES To our ninny frieniU and patrons who cnuM n attend our Gigantic S.ile, will Hay that everytJiinof advertised VJILL HOLD GOOD WIS ENTIRE WEEK With many new bargains added. Look Bargain Counter. on j LYNN, The Shoe Man. Brown Released. T. S. M. UrowH. eotored, who was nrr.'ffd some days ago In connection with Alloc . acnrlock. also colored, charged with being an accessory in dealing with whisky, and who was placet 1 under fSofl bond, was given a bearing this morning lu the ootn- nilsslonor's court ami released by Commissioner Ilobnett. Brown runs a hotel In tho enst part o ftho city, and the woman Is a chambermaid. When arrested, sevenil quarts of whisky were found In her room, and Brown was arrested also as be'ng accessory to the cose. , There was no evidence to held Brown, so he was released, .ne woman's trial has not yet como up. Ehe Is under $500 bowl. T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist C. N. Freeman and T. W. Oil) ar rived In the olty today to confer with M. A. Ilrmly, manager of tha Fair as soclutlon grounds, with reference to entering soino race horses here for the rnciw July 20, 87 and 2S. Thoe ecntlomon stnte thnt tho big reunion Is being tulkod of a groat doitl In Cooke county and Unit n gront number of Tcxaua wl.t be In ntttimliinco. Scvcrul loads of wntormelons, nmong tho first of tho sonson, weie on tho otrcotH today and wont llko hot cakes. T'hero has been two or three loads v -rjit In horetoforo thla sen- THE THIRTY THOUSAND CLUB. jtiendance, Held Important Meeting Last Evening Oood Attendance. The regular session of the Thirty Thousand club waa held laat night at the city hall. In the absence of Pres ideut Baumbach, vice president Rich' aril M. Lester called the meeting to order. Several propositions cam- up, the most Important of which was devising a method to protect the bus iness men of the city from fuk" nd vertlslng schemes which so often Itcrpetrated upon the people of un (uprising town. It Is the Intei.ilon of the club to get the best adver' tlnu for the town and to thnt end s. mlttee of five was eppolnUd n l .. into every proposition that wat pi--sented to the business men of tin town and pass upon its worth lr fore it would be supported by the niT'lnn of the club. A. L. Donlla, wh i In uprestntlng Sturm's Magaalnc 1t", i:nd who ha a proposition before !!. club, whereby they are to errry a pure ad about the town In tlm mn-;-nstne for five months, was pn mid when asked to speak upon tl.U subject made a short talk concerning itdvertising and. the way In which thf iiusiness men of a town aro somei'.u . laked out of their money ou ndvcitl - tr.g schemes. Sidney Suggs and I. T. Itusseil also niado talks along t :l -l:ne. So vera! committee reports wcio liaard. Um most Important of which wag the committee who bad been np liointed to raise funds for furnishing th club rooms of the club. They re ported IMS raised for furnishing th -rooms. J. U. Spraglns made a talk upon the credit system employod amonu tho business men. On this line the chair appointed Joo Koulson, W. C Kondnll and It. M. I.ostor to look af ter tho matter In connoctlon with a committee from Uio commercial club. Aftor some minor business the club adjourned. jvlll meet tonight In regular session All members are requested to be In IS. V. OItBlfiN. 0. C. You'll want to use your eyes later so have defective sight corrected now. We fit glasses scientifically. ICyes test od free. IS V. J. HAMSKY, Druggist. McCormlck mowers and rakoa a Illvens, Corhn & Frensley's. neelHlly wished that anyone who wns ellglblo to membership In this uhpo clatlon and hare not received ntlt:c of the orgnulsatlon of the asaoclutior address the secretary at this city lie also slated that the physicians who attended were very enthusiastic over the organisation anil hail gone into the matter earnestly. Dr. Stev. ur exiieota much good from the orgttui xatton to tho profession In this county. Real Estate Special. New 8-roam framo eottngo, fine well of soft water shades, garden, lot UOxllSO, deslnible location noar liar grtiro. ilargnln "t $1.(00; art time If' wanted. OIlItIN M. ItEDFIBLD, Postodloo Uulldlnr- Do Yoj Vant a Nice Home? My home plnco on (1 street for snle If you want n good home In tho heA part of town oe ue. Sdtf T. M. GATES. SPOT CASH REDUCTION of 1 R 1 A g namiiton SHOE SALE Tho sole oljurt of ih-s snlo is to reduco ovri" slocK and realize IM MEDIATE CASH. This season's r.ewfsi and bist ityles of Mcr, Ladios' end Cluldrcn's Oxfords and Slippers, in Patent and Plain Kid, and all oar Canvas in white, blue, piail and lirecn, at Spot Cash Reduction of OKE-FOUUTH OFF Ourt n'iro line of L;.il $2 DO Oxfordn, onu- i r r fourth on sput cu.sh 1 .VU SI 50 Oxfords, on- an fourth ilT spot cash I ,,) Our entire line of Stetson Oxfords for men, one fourth off the regular price. ill rwi Latiie' hh1 M" 's OxfiiidH, nu-f urth r r off Spot Cttsh Salo SJ.00 Oxfords, ono fourth off bpot citsl .1.50 I The immediate response to the announcement of our sale last Saturdny wns very tjratiftinrj indeed and shows' I us that our po'icy of doinii just as wc advertise his 1 won your confidence and trade. I HAMILTON CO., cffi, Vsa i in t ii I M, iiasi in, ii isi Phone 4 109 West Main BOn Jwio number were In to- Get your barbed wire from Dlrens, da. e TSssGkiancy prices. Corbn & Frensley.