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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
() Ardmore, Sunday October 14, 190S FOUR W path) fti-Dmomlc, KVKUY lAY KXCHIT HATUHDAY BT THE AHDrtOKEtTE rUDLISlUN COMPANY f. Whltllnittiiii. 0. L Hvrnu. H. T. HIxiIkm. U.W.Dick. II A lt.itrlimil. Hlilner HtiBK. l'roilmil: ' I'""" vie "Teidilmil. II. A. llHKliiinl. HeuMitnn MATniMONY. l3WfffWfe Kntereil l Urn IMMottlcn nt Anlmoro nn Ht'conil-OIARH Mntlnr. Any errum-mm ri-flm'tliin iinii thn nlinrni' fur unil rci'UMtlmi f lr" wl'l' ""'V bn iirintixl IiiThk ,HHMimiiirM,nr nny nrtiiili IimViI nu rrporiH t licit iiihv Imi fftlms will I'" itlftdlr onrnxjlwl If liriiiiKlit I" Ui rltntlnn of Ihii imltllMtiur. . Terms of Milmrlntlon Till? DAILY AKDMOUMiri! Ont, Wi'iil . Dim Mouth - Ouo Year - TIIK WHHKI.Y AllDMOKUITH 1'iir Yor. by Mail Hit Monltin . - Tnrnii MontliH Ift H IM 11 cm Ml M . iiones llniilnnDk MmiHKor I 'lW'' uur i:iiiuir' ihiiih I.oru! DlnlnliPK H. A. HAIU.AND JNO. I' HAHI.K.Y ft- ft Ik MiiiniMiiL" IWIIor City IMItur DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES, ATTENTION! Certificates of nomination must be in the hands of Hon. Tarns Dlxby, Chairman of Districting Canvassing Hoard, Muskogee, I. T., not later than October 10, 1006. Send duplicate origi nals to R. L. Owen, Vice Chairman Democratic Campaign Committee, r. riuskogee, to insure filing within the time. Ardmore, Sunday October H, 1906 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Constitutional Convention Delegate. W. A. I.HDUISTTHH. District Mo. 102: U J. AKICIt.'J. Tniiiiiiaiiy may lu wiong ulioiit winio things anil alimil hiiiiio people Imi she Is going to m'liil Hour!;' (Jno.li nm anil Wllliuiu Sulzor back to o.on glVSH. 00 Tin- Italians employed on Hip fnnnr. nf l.oiilKhiim have proven very sVI.. f.mtnry laborers. They wcrkcil tin- cot ton crop and are picking tlio "ctton in well ns the negroes t vi'i- did. Marry In haiis "ami upciit ut lelsiiicH," our kooiI mothers mill fat n or who have watched 111' four-" of t i-iio love thioimli many -:iih i pi'iitcdly advise im. Maii unh.iii limrrlnK hiivi- iwuilted riom nil lute notion when neither pnrl I Of conlraot knew enough of tin- otmr i lie mire or ooiiKenlltlily. So h lb' Snn Anlonlo Hxpre. Thf miKRiMlim or on1 win bH biul much tn do with tin Ming l dluiic suits mill wlir In fiinilllar wMh ti pellltons In mini! cane Hint Hi'' law should roqulro irHoii hIkmI l bark upon Hie sen of nutiiiiii'iiv HtlOlllll Me IHHlO" of wicli Inl'nil"ii ! K months before cnnminitr jtlfii l in"i ably not n. bad one. If It wito noi Hiich an ' in-i to obwln n. Iln imp fiwtl to hcc hk- ib-wrvln-H f noinoim iuithoiiii in pirform tlic murrluge ct'i'iin-n,y i" i bap8ilur woiibl not Iki ko i i l" ikIvIhmI and lll-asHortoil maiiliinnil.il voiittiroH. Corlf.lnly if notlr of im "i Mm to wed wtro publicly nii.nl' i Hnii' time In iiilvanco of Hie Ih.iiiiiii- of t hi- llcciiHC' tla-io would b" r.wi t-u.t'H f blKHiuy ami fewer iiiiiii lim of iiiIihii'h without til' cuiih ni or par i'iiIh or r inrdiiiiiH. II Ik not aliHoliilcly ncci-rmii'v that I licit' NllOlllll I"! lollK (JOIIllHlllpf. iui li probably Ih inlvlmililo Hint tluit- kIioiiIiI lc hoiuc ifntuilnt upi n luiHty iiiarilaKi'H whoro Uto contract Iiib par- tlcH havf known each other only HllKhtly anil wbereiu the nacied tl Ih bo IlKlilly rcKaiilcil that there Ih no lieHltancy about HoverliiK It upon the HllKhtoHt pitivocatlon. I beio has been a k"I 'I'':'1 "r nKlmtlon ihrotiKh out Hie coimtrv for more KtrliiKfiit illvoi-r' lawn iih well iih for uiilfoniiliy in Ilio Htalf Hlatiltes In relallon there to. The root of the evil may be fciinti In the mlHiiialliiK which Ih encoinaned by the lax cohhIiIcihIIuii of marrlai!'- vowh ami If HiIh were more litint;ly linpresHcil pirhapH Hiorc would ! few or ilemamlH upon the coiirN u unti matrliiioiibil kuotn. or CIIIIIHC, UOtlllllK Blioubl l- l"'i-' thai would tllKcounme malriuiony r Hint would tend to Increaxe tlio number r criiHly haclieloi-H and Uwm hpiii Htl'lH. (lodtlllCHH lillOWH. tbeif :ii'.' eiioiiRli or them alreaily. but wlnt ui cuter dlHCourimenieiit could lln-re be ii iluiKf ulm iiuulit to ucl uiarrl'! than Hi' ir.iiin'i-oiiM cimos of nmritai lufellrilv and !lv;oo which .it Hi ' renin of hast or III advbeil unions0 Buying lime uauexc an a New Fall ClotMna Ueilliemeil. stop hiihuikmiI and 'HUNK Tli.'i a iv KDl'Ii points for you to t'onsulor 1st Style; 2nd Material; 3rd Worllmnnship; 4th Price. We claim for our clotlfni";, that when theso points iuvimiv fully consiilcrcd. wo have two of tho bist linos in Anltnon 45chwab' 'Kirschbaum' Tlu-y liinc 'vry tinny moili'in m Style. 1 ln'it' is notlnny ot tec !-lil in Material. Thciv is no bi'ttfi' Worhmnnship. Tin Price is irom S'J.fiO to loss tliau others asli I'm-tlw Mitno K'i'S- If you iloubt tlioso fact. wi' ll take plt'iis ur in t ompiit'ing tlioni ami showing you that th'si facts arc indis p jtiililn. RULV AILORED Men and Young Men's Sails W'f ,n- uits for the yountf nun of 1" to St) M'.irn. in i cry tlcsiratili' fabric: ftincy Scotch . b v io's ..nil mixtures, fancy hiitil surfaced v.ui'-l'ils. uii'lton, cashmeres, etc.. miide in single i (lmi)lti Ijrciistcd saclr, and better pn iiicn s ih in you'll p't elhewhciv tit the iric.... . $2.50, $3.50, $4 and up to $12,50 Mei's High Class Suits Our stock of Men's C'lothin."; is inor. com plete this year we are showing everything from the subtantially made domestic cheviot s'lit at $r.n(i, up to the stvlish mcdel of t.- pert tailoi ing at on. Within this range Designed of prices is tlio best that modern tailoring 5ci-l liJwl3uos.&Qlsi and experienced, careful buying can produce. ; no CTotlicsMaUorS 1 Silt, mure SnJ Aciv York WJ&J'l Is Mi ill 11 ml Youths' mid Little Gents Suits Norfolk's, I'eiter I'anandlJufetor IJrown Suits lor the chap of ' 1-2 to s, made up in stylish sul'stunUul manner of rich Scotch lnixtuii-s, al' ivcol worstfds. c.ishmerc and serges ov erv ( lie i ra good value "'$1.59, 52, 52.50, $3, $3.50, $4, .$4.50 Agrs ") to I.'i, high t'radf cloths, made in a i lean cut, snappy fashion nnrl tailored in a way to withstand the liaiibsl possible wear: at... $1.50, $2, $2.25, $2.30 $3, o $5 Overcoats for Men and Boys Are in a class by themselves every one is a big value at tho price, and you have here i lie largest stock to select from. McCall's Magazine Free to Ml Owing to the fact that a good many of our customers mis understood o f our former offer- anil our desire that this matchless periodical slieuld go into every homo in this vici. ity I we repeat tho offer ot a year s Preo Subscription with purchas es of Fitlv Cents or over. This store offers in its tremendously large stocks, comprehensive assortment, and EVERYDAY VALUES- exceptional opportunities for the thrifty buyer to make a considerable saving on purchas es of Fall and Winter Merchandise. We not only have the largest and most complete stock to se lect from, butwith our facilities for underbuying- we are making prices that cannot be dupli cated elsewhere. IT WILL PAY YQU TO GOME Mm 1 Big Line Blankets and Comforts It is t!me you were buying those make your putichusos while stocks are complete. We havo counters upon counters, stacked to the. ceiling with bid covering that is high above the usual of fering in value and the price is lower, much lower than most others ask for same quality. Coats and Suits Again wo rail your attention to thisibusy department. Wo nev er tu e of talking about our beau tiful lino of hand-tailored Suits and Coats wo are enthusiastic on this subject, and so is most every lady who views thee fash ionable garments Ardmore nev er before saw sueh a large stock and such low prices us we are making. Sis wc show you yours? In the cheaper Coals wo havo ilio Mannish Mixtures in three quarter length, nicely trimmed and right stylish looking gar ments, at $2.50 to $5 Tho better grade Coats ate in cravonette, silk, novelty wool mixtures, serges, mannish cloths and fancy worsteds: every one this year's vintage, and each and every garment a bargain at the lirice . '. $5 up to $25 Fine Fur Scarfs lurs are going to bo very popu ar this your. We are showing a very large assortment of Fur neck pieces in Mink, Opossum, French Coney and Fox. Care fully selected as to weight and size, and uo are confident ours are the best values in the city. Hi inch French Cooney. good weight Fur 5J.00 Same si.-.o and kind as above, but hotter quality and color.$1.50 Handsome l.roolc Mink Scarf, at $2.00 "J in. French Cooney, a beauty. only . SV.00 5-1-in. Fox, hca.vy fur ard tails, for $5.00 72-in. Mink, H-skin fur ....$6.50 72-in. Opossum, fine. -skin $7.50 72-in. Isabella Opossum, u-skiu line fur, handsome color. .$9.00 Mm Iff Ml Ready-to-Wear Garments Will Be Altered Free of Cham Millinery for Less It is a fact, that we have mentioned befuv and one that is commented upon by most eory lady that visits our Millinery Department--that we're showing more real, exclusive style, in Ladies' and Misses Heady-Trimmed, Hats than any other house in town and this, coupled w.th the fuither fact tint we are soiling for less, explains the very large business we are doing bore. Ifff Our $10 Suits equal any $1..')0. Our $15 "Schwab Special" are superior t.i others at 20. Our $18.50 Kirsch liaum Suits are the same others show vou ai $2r Our $25.('0 Kirsch bnum Suits ate idem ial wit'i what you are shown ilsewlare at $35 00. Seeing is Believinrj Call and wc will Show You. jSf j WESTHEIME Wl' A if fi II DD FELL0WS CELEBRATE" 14 ms i Boys' Knee Pants Suits I Our Tailored Suits arc unrurpassednsver before has this popular house offersd such a wonderfully varied assortment of stylish merilablc garments. Prince Chap, Pony, Ponyettes, Etons and Three-Quarlcr Coats arc all here in their irrides- cent beauty, at from $5.00 to $35.00.. e Diess Goods-Cheaper In our Dress Ooods Department wo are seowing all tho now weaves, fancy wool plaids and mo hairs, suitings, cravonetlos, broapcloths and silks, besides tho moie staph; fabiics wool, cotton; 'nothing has been overlooked- they are all hero, now designs in ginglnmis, outing?, Ilannelettos and fancy cotton drees goods. You will lind most of them sold hero for less-. It .will surely pay ycu to come to this store. JIKK2:' ( Kirschbaum" Cravenette Overcoats A Splendid Lino Ssc Them. Hoys' & Youths Suits in the roh.ib'o .Ian" llop'cins" make IJnys' "Security Hand' Suits $5 equal any $7 ."i0 Suit suld. l tjfefl rr-fi- -ir r r -r i i-mnnri nil MiiiiiiMMi.ii,ia iiii iiliiiariliniln l fl Present Scenic and Ritualistic Produc tion of Dramatized Degrees. Aulniou'lti' Spcr-lnl. Dallas, Tex., Oct. III. ICvory train Into Dallas today Is IiiIiikIiiK scores of Oilil I'VIIiiwm fi-oin nil over Tomis nnil tin- siiiTuiimlliiK HtutcK to witness tin' niainniotli nccnle ami ritualistic liroiliictiuu of tlif tlrauiatlzeil tli'Krein of Oilil tVllowahlp. which Is to ho pre Kt'iit.'d t the Oak Cliff il)i;rt'' staff at tlu Dallas oii'rn house this evening AiillcatloiiK for seats havo heon ro P'llvoit from meiiiliers of the order in man) eastern nnil siiuthorn states anil tin iitfalr ju-omlses lo he the Rreatint event In the history of Oilil Kollowslilp In the Southwest. Twelve cumpleto settings of nccnery a ul ninrly ipo elaliorhte costntnes will he useil ihirliiK the presentation of the four degrees of the ritualistic work of ' the order. The scenery to he used way designed nud painted especially to harmonize with the history and lea t tons of the order iind the effect will t ho heightened hy means of a hrllllaut doctrinal illsnlnv. A chorus of tu-en. , ... ..... ( 1 ty t rniueil voices will assist In tho mii I slcnl program, which 1ms boon espec ially nrraiiKed to accompany tho rit ualistic work. The members of the dufireo utaff havo been actively engaged In leheat; sals for many weeks and havo attained to a degree of prollclency which wnr runts the belief that the production tonight will bo the most perfect ever komi In Hie Pulled States. 4 J Corn Carnival Closes. Ardmorelto Special. Chicago, Oct. 13. Tho great corn carnival which opened nt tho White City on September 2fi will closo this evening. Tho carnival was undoubt edly the biggest thing of tho kind ev er produced In tho west and was highly succefjiful from a financial point of vluw. Special excursions were run by many railroads and the show was visited by hundreds of thousands of people. Will Rebuild at Once. Ardmorelto Special. Pauls Valley, 1. T., Oct. 13. J. J. Cuinmlngs, manager of the Farmers' gin, says the gin's cotton warehouse which was destroyed by tiro Thursday, together with about $13,000 worth of seed cotton, will ho rebuilt at once. For lr.acazlneS. "Derlodlcnls unit da papers, go to The Hrtinswlck. 30l Kentucky Confederate Daughters. Ardmorelte Special. I'eweo Valley. Ky Oct. 13. After onoifytlio most Interesting aiuj large ly alttndcd sesaloiiK ever held 'in Ken. lucky, the stale- 'division of tho United Daughters of the' HGonredeVa6n 'will close thelr'aiinuapoaveuUantoiIay. Ardmorelto Special. Great Crowds Greet Bryan. Carrollton, Mo., Oct. 13. One of tho greatest crowds over gathered In thli city greeted William .1. Ilrynn upon his arrival hero this afternoon. The meeting has been widely advertised luul hundreds of nflmooaa't:s from sie roiuul'lng towns aicj arilvliis here to hear tile Nebraska':!. A till tie lino of clears, tobacco and smokers' supplies at The HrunsivlcK. 1 J El