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ArdmOn:, Sunday October
GSSKHT. THE DAILY ArtDMOREITE 1 .r ,t ( c f 1 I e 14 i i (1 k "l . s M K. If J U .IK ,'ri irt .va a tv n n 'rx 1 ;i -1 "fir I'M MV S' I- ' Vr V or IT. f tin-minor items ( in-Wfly an. I sold I n (' i with u. MMW Inspection of our ntock of comb alom-. will illustrate Mlo peculiar excallonco of our t cU of txiilol goods throujbout. We have ft moit unusual nvieiy at prices ranging from inn you make will rep.'"Mn' .r your money. ft 3 I ir A Rftrnexr druggist r 1 ItHpccfallv In nil. prcsc Ip'li .i to jierfoet that department ami r rt ll. Our pi cHCMtiU( :i depiiitmciit .ant rot MiitlHlloil. Wo waul 9 YOU to tiinii; your proscription to e spei I.-1 attontlou will be Riven honm frtrnnilan nnd receipts. Such an rc.M n.-ani. face iircparatlons. llnl-BMutf- ami op. I-'roo il(ilvi'i tu p ut i tlio city. 1 5' b9B FLooliing Down .! p. lino's lei ybnitrd. 1 bo trail". iwr,fo notes at a irlanc; if it i wej of action or not. Tone in a Piano A smother requi-ito Indeoil "iUii" is parainouiu to nil elso. jsJkffcc ' (onu" follies tunlity, 'WMwamunxbii), style and pi ice. Ait xro essential and combined .nuchuway with pianos sold titan tli at buyers can't complain i. are bound to admire. Hefore 'witijr hee us. IE, B. LUKE Hrrt4,?)llshctl 189i Ardmorc, Ohln. At Public Auction I October 17, 1906 fc 'AttBA1n "I tho prettiest lots In Jh iity. f JrowlnK Iriilt. I.ora 'tl jfim near il'ourth ward school ' JBtUllns la the Slilnhohor .One-Iialf Cash "ur n1nCi' ,u six and twelve : ths with S per cent Inter- rfr -. : -r ff .v little money will tin much laying, llon't miss thfci opjior. cutty in own good proport). 'Or.J.F. Young i6.-J-H.-.M-hv--:--,"t-5- jii'I D.I ltul till. t'oiLliii"i t STCVEO AT fL A JONES. 3 0 ror Instance of stock usually' bought protitHb'y in combs, but not o.- t,i $1 00 a-.d any tcler- the ulmo.st possibln ulue 1 ) iiiirt tuont. It has been nn ofToil feel as If wo hail undo a supceaa mis steadily grown. Cut wo aie DRUGGIST MEETING OF SHRINERS. Will Have Big Session at Oklahoma City on Thanksgiving Day. 'I'lio Hliilnurs or Oklahoma and Indi an T rrltory tiro proiiarlns a big ThankHKlvliiK KOHHlna at Oklahoma City, net Iron of tlio iiiooIIiik havliiK liot .i sotit nut to all mumbi of India Tomplo. It 'u oxportod that one linn li oil novices will have boon withered for initiation Into this branch of the .Masonic order. Among tho guoata at the ThanUnglv. liiK aesalon will be Imperial I'otoutate A. I. Clayton of St. Joseph. Mo. Renw'ns Drcught Here for Burial. The rcnnliiB of Mm. Winston woro brought hero Thurbday from Marsdon and nlven burial In Uoso Hill conn tory. Tho fuuoral sorvlcua woro con ducted under tho aiiBplces or Ardtnoro Cbaptor. O. H. S.. V-.. .0. .1. H. White, formerly of tho Iiidl- homa Realty Company has sovorcd bis connection with that Iirm ami will dc xole his attention to the Immigration IiusI'h'hh in West Texas. Replace your cracked or broken window panes with clear, uniform glass. Wo have it at prices! oflen paid for tho poor kinds. V. J. Ramsey, druggist. 11 EASY PAYMENTS AT R. A. JONES. Per backache and rheumatism use Hewitt's Kidney nnd 11 adder Pills. Cleanse and purify the blood. A weok'B treatment for iJc. Sold by lloflman Urug Co. MONKEY STOVES AT R. A. JONES PLASTE1ES For First-CIuss Plasterinij see Unclu Tom, tho Plasterer. All woii. guaranteed first clnss. Ho i.i now loratod in Aidmore and will make his headquarters at A. V. Jones' lumber ard. Ills III jears' experience will give .miii a first class Job. Ho comes to our town recommended as a first class plasterer and it will bo to )our latere to :ii'o him and get p.ices and (list class work For In firmatlon, see A. V. Jones. TELEPHONE a ra FOR CARRIAGE OR BAGGAGE Arrlmon; Transfer Co. W. R INGRAM, Manager. I.argpst Unlou Carriage Lino In tho CLy. U Ira EaE3ri!iO i Ml 1 B 1 GOVERNOR JEFF DAVIS ARKANSAS GOVERNOR TO SPEAK HERE ON THE 25th. Local Democratic Committee Will Arrange far a Great Reception. Many Democrats From Other Townt Will Llhtly lie Here. I W. WhlttlnRton of thin city Is la ieolit of a letter from W. 11. Cjirdwoll. clmlrtiiHii of tlio Dumocratlu hpuil.i iH haretiti,, KtntInK that (lover nor Jeff DhvIh of AvktniMiM will npuak in Ardmoro Thumdiiy uvenliiK, Oct. ::, at s p. in. In accordanco with bin ptomlHe made tho DoiuocratH of tho now Htate Hovi'ral wooIjm ami. thf Kovomor will placi lilniHulf at tho dl'spiMal of tho Domorratle SpeaUors lluioau for a number of HpoocbeH, prior to tho No vember election. Many out-of-town Domocrats aro ox liccted to bp lioro on tho 2!ith, an tho Rovornor Ih one of tho boHt Hpcakor who will give hl time u tho Oklf- homa Domocrats. Tho local D2m'Jorat8 will at once IiokIii preparations for a groat rccoji I Ion. To Voters In 102nd Dictrlct. .1. W. HkngKM. oloctlon coiiiiiiIshIoiv or c; DiHtrict .no. lui', lurorniB us mat .in error appear In tho description of precinct No. 7. uh puhlhihod In The Ardmoielto. This Bbould bav lead: "Precinct No. ". CompOKed of towi. hhlp L'S, I!W and 2S, 2V. votliis pln(o l-'ox." Most extraordinary values in mat ting, linoleum! runs, art squares and shades. Ardmoro Furniture Company. If ou want your vIsltltiK cards to look neat let Albert Sidney Loc write tin in for you. r.O for 50 cents. Olllco with Guy II. Staler. Doak-Itoblimon IlldK. It PiohIi oysters and celery at J. A, Kklpworth'H. Lane-Coffey Nuptials. Many young people in this elt wore riven a surprise at tho nnnouncc incut of tho marriage of Mr. J. S Lane ol thlii city to MIbr Athena Col fey of Lone Grove. No ijnnounce menu were neat out and only a fow of the contracting parties' most Inti mate friends wero present. Tho wed ding took place at tho homo of tl bride's parents at Lone Grove. Hov. Lo.- was the officiating pastor. Moth the young couple ar eknown here. Mr. Lane Is a menber of tho Lane Pros. Grocery company ot this city, lb a young man of exceptional business qimllllcatlons anil hr.;i made a succes.: In his business bore. Tho bride is t Histur of Oihi Coffey and is of n win ning and pleasant disposition nnd will win many friends In Aidmore. BUY STOVES AT R. A. JONES. 8 0 Tlio l-adles' Aid Society of the Cumberland Presbyterian church will meet Tueulay afternoon at 3: SO o'clock at tho residence of Mrs. J. S Williams. All members aro requested to bo present. ' Miss Kdlth. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. RitHsolt Williams, is ill at tho homo on A street northwest, with ticar let fever. Two Houses Consolidate. Tlio firm or WhltonMii & Horno ami the Ardmoro Wholesale Grain Co., have consolidated. Will Whitemuu will retire from tho business. Sum Homo and Win. Hlggs, under the iirm nnnio of Horno & Rlggs, will rent true tho wholesale busluous at tin hltcman & Horno building. .'.'.. Wbltemnn has not stated In "In,! lino of business ho will engage Miss Helen Smith, employed at tho land olllco, Is quite sick at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lute Johnson. illjou's shows aro first class. 12-3 lloblson Opora House Wednesday and Thursdny. Octobor 17 and IS, Kll Ilig Show "Thu Midnight ICxpress,' written by C. I). Carter, Ardmoro' dramatist. 11- en Herzog Dead. Tho Ardmoro friends of Utin Ilerr.ng leaiaed yestorday with regret of th d -atli of Mr. Ilctzog at Murcy Hoapl t. I. South McAl03ter, I'rlday, of ty phi 1 1 lover. W. L. DAVIS. Job Shop and Planing Mill. J Have in a stock of nlco flclsli lur bcr and solicit year trade GRAHAM INCITY. Democratic Nominee for Delegate to Constitutional Convention Sanguine. ' lion. Clint Graham of Mailettn, Uo inoenitle nominee for eomitltutlonal oonvontion dolcKfitc from illntrlct No. 100, Ih a vlnilor to Ardmoio. Mr. Oia- , am wan elected nt tho Oemocratle i Ooiivent'.on by a uiiniiliuoiia vote ah he nominee of IiIh pixrty held at Ma-, rletta recently. Thta Ih IiIh Ural vl-dt n Ardmoro since IiIh nomination, and i hla friend, of whom he haa a luwt lere, have boon showering him with congratulations since hla arrival. Mr. rnh it in Is n law pnrtnor of A. Kl llomiiii of tbla city mill iiiiiKck lil., '.iiiimmriors nt Hi" iirm office at Marietta. Ilia political riucccaa will bo witched with an much Intcre t be: s In bin own dlatrlct. Mr. Cirahain In speaking of the con- lltlon of democracy in bis district, i.. f tlio opinion that it Is In bettor shape at present than at any time hereto- no. The clubs aro bettor organized, and democracy Is stronRnr. Consid erable work has been done over the country recently by democratic cam- palRn speakers and their work hn: told wherever tho seeds have been sown. Mr. (Jrahani is of tho opinion hat the democrats of his district have a safo majority. lie stated that ho total vote polled In district No. Oil will be something near 2,'JOO votes Of these, ho says the democrats will ill I.oOO or more than two-thirds the total vote. Should this bo tho case, Mr. Gra iiii'h nomination Is practically an lection, lie Is stronu with his party. hlch recogul.os in him a young man f ability and ambition. In tho event f Ills succeeding In Roing to the con stitutional convention as n delegate oni district 100, he will bo anions ic youngest men in this body which 111 be a memorable one, anil go own In history as tho builder of n state which promises to rival it: older sister' achievements. Cranberries at J. A. Sklpworth's. Wo want to IIruio on every tin and sheet metal job in tho city, great or aniall. Ulckernian & Co. 1 -l-'Jt Death of Captain Hcn3on. Capt. S. llonton, who left hero In April to attend the Confederate re union in Now Orleans, died In that city on tho 21st day or May In the elruity hospital. While at tho reunion, ho fell am! broke his hip and was taken to the hospital. His comrades did what the; could for blni but bo was not able to return homo. His family could earn nothing of him and Judge Gait appealed to headquarters of tho Asso elation or Confederate Voteruns and It wus through General MIcUIo that the above Information was obtulned. C.ipt. Hcuson va;i well known In rdmore and many of his friends ad- lsed iilm not to go to Now Orleans. as ho was old and In 111 health. Ho said that It would be his last oppor tunity to attend a national reunion of Confederate veterans and went anyway. His widow and a daughter live here. Fresh oysters and celery at J. A. Sklpworth's. For Sale. Two very desirable plccos of Ard more property. Tho First Haptist church property, located on Ilrondway. in offered cheap. This otrect will soon bo tho main business thorough fare ot tho city. Tho other plcco fs tho pastor's home on D street north west. Seo L. C. Lcsuro. 4-tf G. W. Vornor Is confined to his bed with a crippled foot and two members of his family aro sick. Republican Speakers In 102nd. i:. Lincoln .Manure, cnainnaii oi tho Republican central committee of constitutional district No. 102 who Is In tho city for a few days arrang ing matters of a prlvato nature, has also been at work on a program of speechmaklng for Republican orators In his ill-Uriel. Mr. McGuiro with the ashUtanco of his Decretory Charles 1. Gill, have prepared a program which wil keop nil tho avallablo speak era In his district busy for tho next five days campaigning. Tho first speeches In tho district will bo mndo tomorrow, and from then until tho twentieth of tho month more than forty speeches will bo niado In tlio dis trict. In this work tho orntors of district 102 will bo resisted by spoil binders from this, tho 103rd district, Mr. McGuiro Is having posters of tho program printed -and will post them and distribute them over tho country Tho Lndles' Aid society of tho Chrl' tlan church will meet Tuesday after noon at tho church. Much business of great Importance is to bo consld ercd and nil mouthers aro urged to nt tond. Mrs. ED. SANDLIN, Sec This Ad Good C'Hp Ibis announcement and bring it in person or send 'I. t by m ill will) S l.."0 and we will star!; a b:i' 1 aceo'int fof' ciiild vvitb a credit of $3 00, wbit li will earn interest liie account may be carried in the name of any child under twelve years yf ago Tench the young people to save. The only practical way to do ii is with a bunk account. Adda dol iir a weiit U tin- account and see It steadily climb to S7(H) tiij in ii'hs than ten years. Dcgiii now, under the terms of our free deposit offer. Do not forget that vc furnith one of our Little Savinjjs UanUs with These Accounts. Avdmore Loan & HOFFMANN J3RTtO CO. PR KKC 'll I I'T ION Dl I'G G ISTS Tlil.KPIIONI- HOI 4 - 4...,...,,.)....:v:..:. - : - - : - - : - - - :'.v.:. - : - . - : - - t' - WANT COLUMN THREE LINES, THREE ' WANTED. WANTIOIJ Two or throe unfurnished rooms close In Phono C72. Ardmore Wall Paper Co. WANTKI) Albert Sidney Lee, pub lic stenographer and accountant. Will keep books for doctors, small merchants, etc., whoso business loos not require all of a bookkeep- er S llllio. wrilillg visiting turai- a specialty. Olllco with Guy H. Slglor, lawyer, Doak-Roblnson Hldg. 1 1-3 WANTED Agents tn every town In Oklahoma .and Indian Territory for tho Stearns Visible Typewriter. Ap ply It. Harris & Pro. general agents, Cornish, Okla. 12-C WANTi:i) Trustworthy men to man- ago branch office and distributing ' depot for largo manufacturer. Sal- , ary to start with, f 1300 for first yens', payable monthly, and extra commissions and expenses. Appli cant must have good references and ?inoo cash, capital secured. Kxpcrl once unnecessary. Address, Manu facturer, P. O. Pox 711, Chicago, III. 30-s-t WANTICI) Agents In every town in Oklahoma nnd Indian Territory for , the Standard Fire Insurance Co. of HouHlon. Tex.. 01111 Southwestern LIvo Stock Insurance Co., of Dallas, Tex. V. R. Harris ft Pro., general agents, Cornish, Okla. 12-C WANTUD Cook, apply to Mrs. W. R. Mooie. 10-tf WANT1CO One second-hand, 8-rcet, floor show case. Knott & Jones, Tishomingo, I. T. 10-5 WANTUD To buy an Intermarried surplus. Apply L. R. Mnrston. S-C WAN'KI A cook. Apply to Mrs. C. A. Summons, corner First Avenuo and II street, S. W. 8tt WANTED Tho publishers of Good Housekeeping Magazine want repre sentatives, both local and to trav el. They pay very liberal commis sions and also give largo cash prizcH. For terms write, giving ref erences, to Good Housekeeping, Agency Department, Springfield. Mass. 8-C FOR RENT. FOR RENT A nlco furnished room. Apply to Mrs. Charlie Smith, 317 West llroadway. ll-2t FOR RENT A furnished room. Apply Ardmoro Loan ft Trust Co. 12tf FOR RENT Three or four rooms, fur nished or without. Four blocks north of Main. Address Pox 3L lltf FOR RENT My home place of seven rooms. J. S. II. Appollos. Otf FURNISHED ROOMS and board lor two or four young mon, or tablo board. Apply to Mrs. Snider, 718 cst Main. 8-t FOR RENT Furnished rooms, 302 N. Caddo. Phono B17. 2Mra FOR RENT or saio, Underwood, Rcmlngtou and Smith Premier typo writers on cosy terms. 3tf. Sclvidgo Uii3lncss College. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Housa lots; six flno Iota 50x200 feet on West Hroadway. will bo for salo on Monday, Oct. 15th., for ono week; two-thirds of salo can remain on mortgage at 8 per cent. Inqulro of undersigned nt cornei Main and C streets, or at J. n. Mans field's grocery store, West Mnln. Also tho J. C. Lively place, contain ; Ing about 37,000 feet anil two houses , on Vst Main street uhii.lv ' 3. K N. Thaln. ' y U-9 for Fifty Cents Trusi Company - : - - : - - - - t - - - - - : - - : - - t M"H"H,4"8-"':":"t-!' TIMES, THREE DIMES v j s l'OH SALIC Flower pots, all grades L. 1). Mason, 303 Main. lt-2ii l'OR SALK Store house and fixtures, lor & Son. 12-fi FOR SALli A good saddle horse; gaits, tox-trot and slnglo-root. Apply to G. P. Selvldcc. 23tr ,r,nv?in foot, i irn,l fmir room houses, orchard, etc. Cheap. See II. V. Mills. 301m FOR SALIC Cafo aud short order house, good paying proposition. In quire at this otflco. 12-3 FOR SALK OR- RUNT Underwood, Remington and Smith-Premier typo writers on easy terms. 23tf Sclvidgo Business College. T,TTn,VZ wlvlmiiroveil " 1 011 lllAIM' "jy linpiovtu O street. ! (lib avenue, N. W rest-Kol- denco property located in noted wa tering ami health resort and railroad freight division point In Texas, for Ardmoro Improved property. See Sidney Suggs. 11 tf LOST. i,0ST A Inrgo. gold band ring with engraving lnclde, between A. C. Cruco and Wllkerson's stable. Finder return to Ardmorlete and get reward. 19-tf AMERICANS Vltf FIGHT. White Sox Capture Yesterday's Game at Chicago. Chicago. III.. Oct. 13. Tho White Sox carried off tho honors in the fifth game of tlio championship scries be tween tho Amctlcau anil National league pennant winncm. To date the series favors tho Americans, they hav ing three games to their credit, while tho number of victories for tho Na tionals Is only two. In yesterday's gamo tho teams play ed in almost opposite form to that bhown during the season, when tho Cubs won their victories by great stick, while loose at timet In their Hold work, and tho White Sox, whllo weak at tho bat, nosed out by their superior fielding game. Ruclback. who scored n 2 to 1 victory over tho Whlto Sox, Thursday, started to pitch yesterday's gamo but was relieved In the third Inning by Pfelster, -and ho In tho nth by Overall. Tho scoro by innlng3 follows: 12 3-150 7 8 0 ttl Americans: 102-10100 0 S Nationals 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 00 Safo hits; Americans 12, National!! 0. Errors, Americana 5, National.) 0. Patteries. Americans. Walch and Sulli van; Nationals, Ruelhach, Pfeintor. and Overall and Kllng. Umpires Johnston nnd O'Unighlln. The high class novelty nvslcal art Ists, Ulngham and Gable, at tho Uljou Monday night and the entire week. 12-3 FRALEY BROS. Have again assumed chorge of tholr PLANING MILL Thoy have the only place In town whero you can get first clabs mill work. Phone Your Grdar.