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I Ardmore, Wednesday August 8, 1906. THE DAILY ARDMOREITE SEVEN WARNING ORDER. a 1 I'MW f 'I SWATF- ZFs WSJHWJ WE IRE Snprial Prices S It will Outwear an 1 (J.vo Other Hot' on th' Market. 3 REFRIGERATORS 3 Only Thr p Refrigerators Left They Aim Choice Good and Will Do Sold at Kxnct Coat WEEKS BROTHERS PMCrCAL TINNERS AND PLUMBERS I ROBERTS Wo write Pile, Tornado, Plato Glass, Accident and Health Insurance Tho oldest agency iu Ardtnoro. Strongest Companies represented. Insurance (hat Insures nmuMiwwi ii una i uiiawjviiu LARGEST STEAM BAKERY IN INDIAN TERRITORY Solomon's Very Best Bread In any Untlty. No order too lartro for ui to till, Capacity, 10,000 loaves dally SOLOMON S STEAM BAKERY, - ARDMORE, I. T. SHERMAN The 36th i sumo PRIVATE SCHOOL Ilefor to It. I. Hmlth.l'rea. Nat. Hank, Chlckonhat C. J. Wantland, Nat. Hank, I'ureellt T m (Irant. Paula Vallevi Hoy CiinulnKham, Nat. Hank, Leblk'bt Hump WI11U, Klnk'atunt Dick McLIMi. Vlola-nll uplla of thin ictiool. J. H. LcTELLIER, A. M. SlND:F0R CATALOGUE. SHERMAN, TEXAS ..WALL SCHOOL. Many Leading Colleges and Universities Accept Ita Oraduato on Cerllllcato without examination. A Beloct Hchool of Illk'h -Trade. Individual uttentlr rapid and thorough prourea. oterllont Library llrm dlaolplli e Chrlatlnn Intluenco, ,i five Y. M. C. A , no aaloona, athletic, well equipped Oyi-inae.im hot and cold hatha. Uood board, healthful location, Horn! for Catalogue. S. V. WALL, Honoy Grove, Tex., Box 300 A. II IS SUPERIOR TEACHERS THAT MAKE A GUNSERVATOHY EAAUUS YOU WANT THE BEST FOR YOUR CHILD THE Orentoxt American Pinulat la Edward ll.ixlor Perry. The I (Ireateat Vlnllnlat of the Houlli la Chaa. IJ. Ilnlui. The miat I nucceaaful voculiat of the Houthweat la Katherlno Htewart. I Theaefumouamualelunanro nt the bend of departnit-nta In I i ANIION CONaUHVATOHY.andare naalaied by th-.rotik'hly CHAS W LAN DON trained teacbera of ahnwa how Landon Conaervatory haa earned a NATIONAL UUI'UTATK) V, and baa attracted atudcuta from Thirty-three Htatea ilurluk' ita aevun year of wonuerfiil growth and remarkable auoceaa. i he Director baa furnlahed four torchere for n well kiiuwn Conaervatory lu New York, twolve for tho Itandolph-Macou Collek'ea of Vir ginia, four In the Musical Department of n college In Texas, and hundreda to the ohoolaof (he Houthweat. The l're.ldenta of V .liegea uall for inaur tluieamore Teachera from thla Conaervatory than It hta k'raduate to aupply limlon Coin-erv-atorr bin a hmio life with active rellk'lo'ia Intluence. Klirhlb Heaalon open Sept. II. 'W cms. i. lanooh. oiREGioR. ::;j!Kisx;i.;vs:' A thorough, high-grade, bUBlnoss training school. Now occupies an t the floor In tho Klka' bulldlui;, corner of Washington Hnd iltoadwuy, ta flnoat building ustjj by a business col lego In tho twin territories. Our equh iue,nt Is complete, modern and up-tO'date. Write for handnome IIItiBtrfctw tJoi. Q. P. SELVIDQK, A. M M' Accts i. t-W President, Ardmore. '.nd. Ter WB B S,3" M1KNG on Tfts Hose Hotter Satisfaction tlian any 1 5 209 MAIN STREET It's an 111 Wind tbt blown nobody coot), li an ulil aalng. , . Don't permit any wind to li an III wind for jou. Protect j-ouraelf. tnko Tornado Insurance ml there will lie no financial Io In th event of damage hr Hiirm. Tho rnti' are not tilicn. The security Ik absolute. , We repreent the beat C'ompanlea In the world Their aolvetiry, re!la til Itr nnd promptness In aettllni; ciulmii ha made tbem moat popuUr. CARTER & CANNON Fire, Accident, Plate Glass & BONNER Over City Nat. Banlf Annual Session, under tho management, commences TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th, 1906. Terms Kcai-onable. Inlluenco Good. Service the Best. marked ml. urn iririm infimnirtiup in.im.. tlnn. each teaaher helnu onthuaiuatlc In the work of leach Ink', nnd each baa a atrouk' inak'netlo and fore -ful character, ho Ink' teachrra ' bv the ltsco of dml." n rh n..rm,n, ti,.. In tho t'nlted Sttes Court In tho in tllnn Territory, Southern District: Myrtle Presley, tlalntltt vs., .lesne Presley, tlefemlant. No. 113, Marietta. The tlefemlant Jes Presley, Ib warned to appear In this ctnirt In thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Myrtle Presley. Witness the Ilott. Hows. Townsend. Judge of said Court, and tho seal thereof, this 19th, day of July. iwii. tSenl) C. M. CAMPHKM., Clerk 11. 0. HOUSK. Hum 11. Hutler, attorney. Attorney for non resident, II. II. llrown. Pln,t published, July 10. 1906. Announcement, Ardmore, I. T July 14. 1906. I respectfully submit my cnnilldncy for (irU-KaN- to the constitutional convention to the democratic prima ry election to be held for th nomi nation of delegates for the 2lst re cording district, or so much thereof M will ombracd my residence- in Ardmore. My views on many of tho vital questions In which the pooplo aro directly Interested aro outlined In articles nlrendy published and t.i ho ndded to from tlmo to time during the canvass, and being convictions with me will ho iidnered to. If honored with tho nomination and election, I shall strive with nllthozetl, fidelity nnd ability there Is In me to dlMchnrge the trust confided. STILMVKM, II, HUSSHI.Ii. Notice to Contractors, Settled bids win be received nt my ofllce In tho Noblo building until 4 o'clock Saturday, Aiigust 11, 190C, for tho erection and completion of an nd dltlon p (ho I. O. O. P. hall of Ard more, Ind. Ten PlanH nnd specifica tions can be seen at my olllcc. -ach bid shnll ho accompanied by n certified check for J8U0, same to bo forfeited as liquidated damage should the successful bidder fall to make r.ood and satisfactory bond as ! Ifle.l within five days after ImiIiib n titled of same. The owners rererve the right to re-l-ct nny or nil bids. "Ml J. II. WHITK. Architect Don't Pass This Up the r ssr'ssssssrasssssa WILL ON August Ilth, 1906, OPERATE A SPECIAL TRAIN TO GALVESTON Krotn atntlnna Parla to Cleburne paaaen Kera will take train CM . 'leburuei from Han Ank'elo branch f. i.ita. train ; to Temple, from atmlona I'urcell to C'le burne. train ID to Cleburne. TheHpeelal Train will be operated from Cleberne. The Round Trip Rate from Ardmore will be $6.40 Tickets limited to August Ui for return. Aslc Agent. W. F. KICK .VAN, G. P. A. Galveston. Sour Stomacli No appetite, loss ot streneth, nervous ness, headache, cai.stipatlon, bad breath, general debility, sour risings, and catarrh of the stomach au all due to Indigestion. Kodol relieves Indigestion. This new discov ery represents the natural juices of diges tion as they exist In a healthy stomach, combined with tho greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties. Kodol for dyspepsia does not only relieve Indigestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy helps all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach. Mr. 3. S. Ba'I, of RtvenrvooJ, W, Va., iijf I wis troubled tth our itcnuch tor twenty yean. Kodol cured mo and we ie new uilnt It In milk tcrbiby." Kodol Digests What You Eat. Bott'.es only. Relieve, Indication, jur toniKh, telchlnc of rai. etc. Prepared by E. O. OeWITT CO., OHIOAQO. Day by day people roallzo tho lm portnnco of caring for their digestion. Realize the need of n llttlo corrective nftor overoutlng. A corrective like Ko dol for Dyspepsia. It digests what you est. Sold by Hoffman Drug Co. Coupon books, tB, 110 and J2U, at this office. mmm mm t. TOE ARTESIAN HOTEL A Modern Hostrlry of Pressed Hr'ck and (iramto Tiliiuiiinjr., l.'.nt n. st ILims Fievnt..i Electric Liuhts, Steam Heat, 10 Private Bath Kooins, .vat.ito turn ' RATES : $2.00 per Dny nnd Up J. M. HAYLESS and C. J. WE BSTfttt, Owners VOTES Of- rO'EIGNERS. Politicians Interested In Manner In Which Italians Will Vote. McAlester, I. T., July ".One of the merit prominent mine workers In the territory l'ele llanmty, presldont of tho .Mine Workers' I'nlon of Dlstrht No. 21. of the United Mine Worker of America, In discussing the polltlcil nfllllnttons of tho mine workers In this city Inst evening wild lli.lt It would lx Impossible to determine which way the Itnlliitin of the t would vote. It whs IiIm opinion tint the foreign vote wtmld be pretty evenly di vided between the two great putties. President llanraty said that ma' y of tho Itallnns had taken out naturalisa tion pniHTH and that many mom ot th'u workers who went to tt sj when tho big strike began, would Iks buck by this September. In legard to th Poles nd l.'.i'mn latin President llanarty safd .hat their political Inclinations were toward the democratic party, Just as tho p. I urn! lexlltmtlon of the Oeriwui wi .o ward the republican rty. It Is estlumttHl that there ytll le 1. 000 foteign votes In this city irul stir roiiinlliiK coal towns. KILLED AT ENCAMPMENT. Soldlsr Thrown Prom Artillery Plcc and Fatally Injured. Camp Mabry. Texas. Aug. 7. . hile the Plftrenth battery of field niMloiv was coining In n trot around Mount i)niirlaK this morning, the wheels nt one of the pieces on which PrW,' Vlexnuder Melluruey was Hitting struck a jttump.. lie was thrown from hiit seat and hit on his head. The els of tho piece ikihsikI over him. crushing In mid breaking three of his rliw. Oiiti of them wits driven through the liver. Me was picked up tin soon iih the ac cident happened, which wits nt 8:30 o'clock 1 1 1 f i morning, nnd curried to the nmbulanco, where tho field sur- i.ns gave him tiUintlou. He Inrien n In great wlu until he heenmu tiucon- hcIouh tit !) o'clock, dying nt 9:20. Tho body was taken to Austin to be sent to Snn Antonio, where tho dead nohllur'ri family, cotiHlstlug of n wife and child, resldo. THOUSAND VISITORS EXPECTED. Tho nrriiugomeut committee of tho Masonic Iodgt of this city nro mak ing preparations to entertain nml tnko care of over n thousand visitors who will attopd the animal meotlng of tho (irnud Lodge of Masons of tho Indian Territory ami tho drum! Chnptor Hast- rn Star, .which will convene hero next Tuosday for n four days' session. The (irand Lodge will meet the first two days and the Oram! Chapter Hast en) Star the second two days. The committee have made arrangements for Bleoplng quartern for the visitors nt all tho hotels and rooming houses ami have engaged all siare rooms at those plttcos. A. ICddlomun. chairman of tho committee of amusements, Mated this morning that they hnd not secured sulllclont rooms to take care of tho visitors tho four days, and call upon tho pooplo of tho town to notify him of nny spnro rooms which they may hnvo for ilmt time. For this the committee will pay tho regular price paid nt ho hotols. It Is necessary that Bleoplng qunrtors ho arranged for the visitors nnd Mr. Kddleman stated that tho committee will hnvo to go Into tho rosldont portion of the city to find rooniB, Tho meotlng will bo tho largest that has over bcon hold by a lodge In tho territory and many notable Mn will bo In nttomlnnco. It Is tho desire f tho committee to arrange to enter aln them royally during their stay hero nnd to that end thoy have beon vnrklng for tho past month. The guests will begin. to arrive Mon "v mornlnrc nnd nil whodiave place -t " i,n -ir,yj ns bl-. wijj ,.(.;;f r:d(I'.eman. nut i ii s. ji Hl.ll. TX HOXDAP. Special CorrRiondoncc. Ilnxtmr, I. T-, Aug. ". Ilaln. rain rain. Cotton deteriorating rapidly. James Cox, no long rngagod In the mercantile buslne at this place, has old his store, goods, goxl wilt, etc., to other imrtles. Mrs. llolwrt Morris anil Mr. (leorge Keeton are visiting their miKhur In (Ireer County, Ok. Dr. P. W. DeniMtn has moved to HoxlHtr and will take the place of Dr. Mannerlng, who has tnored to Cole man County, Texas. Two hundred children have lteen enrolled lit the Hchool at thla place. To ii('coinininolste thea children the school house will hare to I hi enlarged, and at least three teachers should be employed. At their last election, the Farmers' Union at this place elected the fol lowing fur the ensuing year: W. Tnctniwn, president: Walter Dar ter, vice president; Dick llarwiHHl, treasurer; (3. It. Held, auditor. Dr. J. P. ltltchle. lately of Tarrant County, Texaai, haa located at Wilson, and will practice his pmfeasitoii. Dr. Ritchie cornea highly recommended as a physician and gentleman. Such Hdditlons to our society Is highly benellclal. C . Durhnn Testifies Alter four Years. (!. I). Iluprhnns of Carlisle coutur, N .Y writes: "About four years ago I wroto you stating that I had boon entirely cured of n soveru kldnoy trou ble by taking loss than two liottlos of Poloy's Kidney Cure. It entirely stop ped tho brick dust sediment, and pain nml symptoms of kidney dlaotuo din nppenred. I am glnd to any that I havu novor hnd n return of nny of thoso symptoms during tho four years that have elnpsod nnd I am evidently cured to stay cured, and heartily recommend I'oley'a Kidney Cure to nny ono suf fering from kidney or blnddor trou ble." Hoffman Drug Co., City Drug Store. At the Jail. I'lve prisoner) were brought In t) day from Duncan wln-e they v.ie bound over nnd conllneil In Jail. They are Walter Rt llev, c'iargi with Introducing nnd lelHng whlike;, dor 00 bond. A. K. Day, on the asme charge, un der 0200 band. John Corroll, cbnr ! with pttv larceny, fined ?10 aid eoallned ;o Jail ton days. Chorion Nixon, forgery, under 5"u0 bond. R. D. Onerman, petty larceny, fined 10 and confined to Jail ten days. FEAR INUNDATION. Paula Valley Cut Off by Rail en North and West Waters Rlslnrj. Ardmnrelto Special. Pauls Valley. I. T., August 7. The exceedingly heavy rains which fell In and around this city last night hits severely crippled rnilroad facilities and Pauls Valley Is cut on on trans portation facilities on tho north and west. No trains iavo pasod through hero today, and It Is not known when the tracka can be placed In condition for travel. About a half mle of tho main lino of tho Santa Ko road Is washed out nonr Paoll, north of thla city, nnd nleo about the Fame amount Is washoil out on the- oxtomdon west of this city. It Is reported that tho big Inks nonr Uyora wost of horo haw lirokon its dam nnd Is coming townrdr I'nuls Valley. Rush croelr, which is near horo and whlcJi has cnusod the citizens of this city much troublo eretoforo by Hooding tho town, Is over tho levy wheh was built to hoop It back and Is out of Its banks In sev eral placos. , There, Is considerable oxcltement here over Lie prospect of tho creol' breaking tho tevy and It Is fenrod M.i will be doue. Should this happeit Sulphur T. I - S U L P M V R INDIAN TERRI TORY LIVES Associated Preee. PL Worth, Aug. 7. Twntyfhe per sons nte known to have been dmwii ed, hundreds rendered homcles nmi a half million dollnrs' worth of pn.p erty Is destroyed as the result i.f t.ie MtMHl In the snnth today, when tin Colorado river forced itself from it- Iwnks. The death list Is growlns hou.l It Is believed to be the womt dinne ter since the Galveston flood. Iowa Demeor.iVc C mi vent on. Associated Press. Waterloo, la.. Aug. 7. When the Democratic state convention nut to day, Interest centered In the m mlnu Hon for governor. SUtto Senator Claud Porter of Centervllle consent nl to .. a candidate. The friends ot (leoro Hull nnd John Denlson are active 1). . Hamilton, temiorHry chnlrman. In his speech said: "The time ha romo when there Is to be n death atniKRlo between the iwople upon one hand and Rockefellers, .Morgans and thttr fellow associates upon the other, as to the control of affairs of this nation." WASHOUTS ON ROADS". Santa Fc belayed Here Also Troublo on Frisco. On account or tho hard rain which fell iMMt night trainmen on all , roads out of tho city nro experiencing; n difficult time In rurinlii gthelr traltiH. The I'YIsoo locnl which was ioo hor yesterday evening nt 7:30 o'clock dl I not reach horo until loir oM.ick Inia morning on nccount of wiff irar.k be tween here nnd Mudlll. The Santi Ki trucks near Pauls Vnlley n.i the Cana dian aro washed out so that po tra n have ptissud through here toilny. Tlio north bound ixiesengor Is nt the do pot here nt press tlmo nnd will prob ably have to bo taken over the Krlu co routo to Oklahoma City. Thla will bo dono If tnoro Is atiillclent oil to make tho run, as the Smta Ko Ih un oil burning onglno nnd hns no oil tank here. A number of Santa Fe olflcala. In cluding Jack Wright of DalhiM .1. Ilutchor. rond mnstor; John Olcnn, trainmaster of aiilneavlllo, nml Ciliti Agent Unveil of (Jalnesvlllo. vho nro enroute to the washout, are all '.led up here. There Is also it washout on 'Jie main Hue ot tho Freco north of Ran dolph, which dues not, however, affect this line. MEASURES THIRTEEN FEET. Huge Stalk of Corn Raised in Ard more. Mrs. R. K. Trow, residing on South Mill street, Is easily untitled to tho blue ribbon If nn nwnnl should bo made for raising corn. A. atalk from her gardon that was brought to tho Ardmorolto office today for oxhlbitlon Is n whoppor, Tho stalk moasuroe 13 foot and a ono of tho lnrgoet that hnvo bcon raised In tills nectlon In years. Mrs. Trnw stntos that bIio planted tho corn In Juno nnd that In hor gardon aro a number of stalks of almost equal slzo. On two tsnlk on oxhlblt woro two ears of corn. It was stated that plenty of corn was raised but that several of tho lnrgo stalks producod very lit tle. l the lower port of tuo town will bo MANY LOST f I flooded. The rain last night was tli6 lieavlost known In this country for Vears and ' done great damage to fruit and CV0P3.