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Ardmore, Friday, October 26, 1906.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE i t I -V ! t X X t s X t t t t t t If you have had trouble finding a shoe to suit you, just pay our Shoe Department a visit. Here you'ii find the newest shapes in all the different leathers, and in a size to fit your foot perfectly. Thereby giving you the best wear possible, and at the same time being com fortable. We sell the old reliable lines that are made of leather and are noted for their style, comfort and durability. If you're OUR shoe customer you Know we guarantee, and MAKE SATISFACTORY, any and all Shoes we sell. If you're NOT, join the throng of satis fied customers, and we'll MAKE ONE OF YOU. Give us a chance and WE'LL PROVE IT. "BOSTOHIANS" ON SHOES MEANS MERIT. Our now swell Pat. Colt ISuL'ou, Mat Calf Top, newest shapes, all tin' characteristics of 0.00 and 7.00 .Shoes Oru Price.. Gun Metal Calf for street wear stands all kinds of weather, its soft on the feet, warm, and niadu in the newest styles, this l?ostonian is a wear resistor (j r r nt tyj.DU Our LJostoniun "Waterproof" Shoe, with double sole and shanlf, vise alized vmnp and bottom, leather lined especially built for wet winter weather. Wear Iiostonian "Water-proofs" and have Icet Men's Boots and Bootees, blacK or tan $3.50 to $7.50 Give us your money in the long Phone Upstairs 258 108-110 EAST MAIN Phone Downstairs 195 THE SATISFACTORY TRADING PLACE DAVIS SPEAKS AT TISHOMINGO. Upon the Tyranny of Reupblicnns In Districting the Territory. Ardmorelto Special. Tishomingo, I .T., Oct .25.-3:30 p. m. Covornor Jeff Davis of Arkansas ban Just finished speaking to a large and appreciative audience hero. Ho spoko with considerable forco upon the tyrrany of tho Republicans In tho matter of tho districting of tho territory. Ho cited thia district (104) as an Instnnco of tyrrany to ward tho Dornocrats, In placing tho voting places as far away from tho Democrats ns posslblo and In most tnstancos tho voting placos were placed In tho negro school houses and churches. Ho commented upon tho territory's splendid prospects for tho future. Immediately after finishing Ills speech, ho drovo across tho country to Madill at which placo ho will catch tho train to Ardmoro, his next speak ing place. After him camo Judgo Henry Fur man, of Ada, who is now speaking. I Coughs nro weiring, weakening afcd dangerous. Thore's no need of having n cough. Hoffman's Throat and Lung Syrup Is n euro. Guaranteed 2ri conts. F. J. Uamsoy, druggist. 2 J Chickasaw students can secure a six months' scholarship In all depart ments of Solvldgo nusincss College together with books and board, for $10. Tho Federal Government pays tho balance. 7tf WEEKS BROS. PRACTICAL Tinners and Plumbers Moved to South Washington Street LADIES' "ULTRA" SHOES. Our new "Broadway" and "Foot form" lasts, in patent, Mat kid top. Cuban heel. The correct $4.00 at The "New York" style In an extreme) swing last, in patent cnlf, Mat kid top. military heel, in both "Hluchcr ' q j r r and straight front lace, at pJ.Dl The "Brock Port"' in all styles, Patents. "Vicl Kid" and "Cun Metal. c -j rn The Best Shoes in the City for. .O.ulP Misses' and Childrens", Boys' and Youths", in shiny and dull leathers in the now "Orthopedic" toe those shoes are the swellcst that factory can produce. Prices.... $1.00 to $3.00 dry -S3.50 shoe business. We can save you run. Let m SHOW you. CHARGES AGAINST FRANTZ. Report of Committee Complctly Exon erates the Governor. iy Associated Press. Washington, Oct. 25. The president has received the report of tho com mittee recently sent to Oklahomn to Investigate charges preferred against Governor Krantz. Tho report com pletely exonerates the governor, and will undoubtedly bo approved by tho president. Use Ardmorelto warn oas. They al ways bring results. Threo lines throo times for throo dimes. Striking Clock.. Tho salesman In tho Jewelry store was talking of tho merits of vnrlous wall clocks to n patron nnd finally pointed out one as a great bargain. ( "Not for mo," Interrupted the cus tomer; "that clock strikes, nnd I ' wouldn't have It ns a gift." "You're j different from tho usual run of pur- chimera; they prefer striking clocks." commented tho snlesmnn. "Yes, but they don't keep billiard rooms," ex plained the customer. "I want tho clock for my establishment, nnd n strik ing elock would lose me money. Tool nnd billiards nre fnsclnntlng games nnd players get so absorbed they for get nil nbout time, which they wouldn't do If there was n clock striking regu larly. A dork striking every hour In my place would make n big bole In the receipt, and 1 guess a clock that stmek half hours would put mo out of business. No, sir: you don't find a wise pool room keeper hanging n striking clock In his placo." thinjr for ladies B $4.00 LOCAL UNIONS. .. TUB ARDMORE TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, No. G19. Meets llrst Frl day in each nitcth at 6:15 p. m ni Union Hall. J. w. Golledgc, Fresi dent; D. II. Gaines, Secretary. DAIlDKltS' JOUKNEYMBN INTER NATIONAL UNION Moota first C.nd third Monday nights In taoh month. Jim Wllklns, president; El mer Wright, Becrotary. CARPENTERS' AND JOINERS' OF AMERICA, No. 1028MeoU overy Thursday night. 7:30. at Union Hall. B. P. Cox, president; D. N. Ferguson, secretary. INTERNATIONAL. BROTHERHOOli ..OP ELECTRICAL WOIUU3RB Meets seconl and fourth Frldaj nights of each month. E. M. Parkor prosldont; A. A. Holcomb, secre tary. BRICKLAYERS', MASON8' AND PLASTERERS' INTERNATIONAI UNION No. 9 Meets every Sntur day nlghL J. H. Dixon, president; A. B. Brown, secretary. RETAIL CLERKS' I, P. UNION. No C35 Meots second and fourth Moa day nights In each month. Louis S. Shelkowlts, president, L. D. Horn, secretary. PAINTERS, DECORATORS AND PA PERHANGERS' UNION NO. 228. Meets the first nnd third Saturday nights of each month at Union Hall GUY CRENSHAW, President. J. A. SPEARS, Secretary. TEAMSTERS' UNION, No. 683 J B. DeArmond, president; O. W Young, Becrotary. ARDMORE TRADES COUNCIL Meets first nnd third Friday nights In each month nt Labor Hall. W. U. Reaves, president; D. N. Fergu son, secretnr. A cold Is much more easily curort when tho bowels nro open. Kennedy' 1-axntlvo Ilonoy nnd Tor opens the bowels and drives tho cold out of tho system In old or young. Sold by Hoffmnn Drug Co, For tcngazlnes, periodicals and dally papers, go to Tho Brunswick. 30tf THE HACE QUESTION. Falae Claims of the Republicans Mil ler Was Never with Democrats. I Rcpuhllcai h are claiming there e no Issue on t lt race question, but ail the Mine arc harping on it and making It tbi' ismm In this rnmpnign. The Intet la the published report that n Democrat, Freeman Miller, in troduced n bill in tho Oklahoma legis lature for xcpurnte voaehps for Indi ans nnd negroes. In the first place. Frconmn Miller did not Introduce such .i bill, nnd In the tiet place, Freeman Miller 1m In this election lighting the Democrat le llrket. nnd never wan In line with the Domocrntlo iwrty nnd IkiIIcIpk unle.-s the imrty conformed to hu wishes On the other band. It mnkort no dif ference what has been done In the legislatures In the past. Tho Democrat ic party has ben pledged to separate schools In this tonltory. nnd tho Re publican parly him been silent. Tho separate school Inw was passed by tho Democratic party with the aid of a few Republicans. At the same time nnd In the present campaign the Dem ocrats ill every district have declared for separate schools, coaches, and waiting rooms for tho negioos, not for the Indians and negroes as the Re publicans nre trying to ghe the lm preshlon. All the people need to do is to look at the platforms of the party nnd they will see Hint the Ro liuli!lr;iiiH nre trying to mlsivpicneut tho tpiestion. It might be well to bI,, "What are the Republicans doing on tho rare question?" .lust what tho party has done on every other question in this campaign. Divided nnd contradicting tompoil.ing nnd deceiving. In tho Ardmoro district thoy declared for nop- arnto schools, coaches and waiting rooms, nn't the negroes walked out of the convention. In order to forco tho negro to vote the Republican ticket, the negro enndldnte at that place was not allowed to go on tho tlckot. In the Coweta district thoy nomi nated a uegio over a white man on n negro platform. If both of the can didates m these two districts nro elect ed, what will thoy do on tho separto school nnd coach proposition? In Blaine county whore the negroos nro strong, n primary was hold to avoid making a pbtform nnd giving ox pros hion on this question. What will tho Republican candidate) thoro do If ho U elected? In Illalno county nt tho p.esent time thoro mo two mixed reboots. Ono at Darrow, nnd one east r Darrow In a country district. Do ih Republicans say thcro is no issue on tho raco question? Aro thoro any mixed schools In tho Democratic coun ties.' Tlieio is nnothor mixed school nt ""lno. Woods county, nnd n Republican ipor nt that placo is proud of tho act and compllmonts thy teacher who s sensible enough to tench negro children in n white school. Woods county is another strong Republican enmity. Tho Republican candidates of that county were careful not to declare for scporato schools nnd sep arate coaches. What will thoso candi dates do if olected to tho constitution al convention? Thoy nre not pledged to either separate schools or scparato coaches. In all tho districts where tho poll tlclans aro running tho party, tho Republicans have not declared for separate schools nnd separate coaches. They must have tho negro voto to win, and all tho Republican papers In Oklahomn, with the exception of n w In the eastern part that are try ing to corral tho white vote while the platforms nru silent on tho question, and favorable to tho nogro. Tho on l campaign document put out .by tho Republican party Is that by Henry Howard of Oklahoma City, which is a defense of tho Republican weakness for tho negro. Henry Howard, in that article attempts to prove that Hie negro Is Infinitely better than tho Southern white mnn who votes tho Democratic ticket. Summed up, It Is the old story. Tho Republican politician cannot bo sep irated from the nigger. Democratic Press Bureau. Iliidly I'm. Fisherman llmglunor Don't you think, Peter, I've Improved a good deal since I begun? Peter (nu.ilnus to pay n compliment) Yon have, sorr. Hut, sure. It was aliy for you to Improve, sorr!- Punch. Nurse (to ,. mother of celebrated musical prodK'y)-Please, mum, Is Mas tor Willy to 'nvo 'Is morning sleep or go on wlv 'Is Sixteenth Kympherny ? Punch. If thou taint in the d:iy of adversity thy strength Is small. Book of Prov erbs. Keep the school children st.'a'ght. It'w easily dono with shoulder br.iccs. Wo have tho kind thnt nro comtottanlc to wear. $1.00 to 92.50. ' P. J. Rom sey, druggist. 21 THADDEUS STEVENS. Ilbi ffrnip or Itiitiuir ami Ilia I moli-n-InlliniH lini li) . Many a Joke w credited to Tlmddeii. Stevens. !i led tlio II li-itn- l.i congress iluini lUe clwl uir arc troublous times nfter. i One of the cry keenest of hh jct . which Ik undoubtedly authentic, la s commonplace In sound that one might easily be forgiven for falling to take In Hs meaning, in his last dnys David Reese and .Titlm Chmineoy, two em ployivH of the house of representatives. iikciI t carry him In n I urge nruielmir fruiti hm lodgings across tho public grounds, up tho hroml stairs of the cnpltol. "Who," he nnld to them one dny, "will be so good to me nud bear mo 111 their strong nriti! when you two mighty men nre gone?" Kuch it question Implied nothing sbott of u sene of Intellectual linmortnlltr. When he bad taken to Ids bed for the Inst lime a visitor told blin he was look Ing well. "Oh, John," was the quick reply. "It Is not my tippciirnncc, but my dlsnp peiinince. Hint troubles me!" One ilny a member of tho house of reproonttillves, who wns noted for his uncertain course on nil questions and who confessed that ! never Investigat ed n point under it i cusslon " without finding himself n neutral, asked for leave of absence. "Mr. Speaker," wild Steens, "I do not rise to object, but to suggest Hint Hie honorable member need not nxl; this favor, for he can easily pair off with himself!" One anecdote always remembered In i-onueolliiii with Stevens Illustrates bis iiuostcntnt lous charily. A lsjggnr wo mini met him one morning ns lie wns limping to the house, "Oh. sir," she wild, "I have Just lost nil the money I had In tho world!" "And how much was Hint?" "Oh, sir, It was 7." cents." "You don't wiy so!" ho replied, put ting n live dolhir bill In her hand. "And flow wonderful it Is Hint I should hnve found wlist you lost!"-- I'tilbulelphln Press. THE HUMAN BRAIN. II" Hi.lcll lii IIci-Im (In- liuiirrx NlllllK llf II l.lfl-lllllC, Authorities differ as to the capacity of tin; average brain to recelxe the lm previous of a lifetime. It Is pretty well believed Hint thoro Is In the brain n center of conservation distinct from the center of perception We of course know nothing us to the nature of the relation of brain cells to precepts nnd conservation, hut we do know Hint there must be u relation. Tho re searches of llniuiuerberg nud Thomson show Hint tho number of cclta In the brain Is P.'JOO.OOO.OOO. All stimuli, ex ternat (through the live scnr.es) or In terniil (through processes), must leave some trace upon theso cells, chemical, physical or dynamic These htlmull nre compo-ed of nil sorts of precepts words mill sounds heard; things nud words seen; objects felt, tnsted, smell ed; sensations percelvcO In our own bodies; thoughts pushing upward Into coiisc-loiwni'ss. And u llttlo reflection will show bow liinumernhlo such Im prints must Ik In the course of a single waking day. Even without reading, tho resident of n city must receive an Incalculable nuinlH'r of Impressions upon his brain every twenty-four hours. Tim rending center of the hrnin occupies u compara tively small area In the back of the left hemisphere nnd consequently must pos sess u very small portion of tho 11,000, OOO.dOO cells referred to nbove. Wo can only guess nt tho number, but n fair es timate would Ixj about n twentieth, or, say, nOO.OOO.OOO, which In n lifetime of sixty years would nllow us nbout 25, 000 cells n dny for tho perception and conservation of words and sentences read. These figures may hnvo no scientific vnlue. but nt nny rote they emphasize n very Important fact, nnd Hint is Hint our brain capacity Is limit ed nnd Hint we should be sparing of the cells wo dally squander. Dr. Fred erick Peterson In Collier's. .t Murk Tirulii Hnv II. When Murk Twnln was city editor of tho Virginia City Enterprise, back In the seventies, ho used to brighten up tho columns of the paper with comic paragraphs setting forth tho advan tages of advertising, Theso para graphs were based on all kinds of odil facts- on murders, on (Top reports, on kldui.plng, on the weather. One para graph ran like this: "(.icriimny has Just discovered n burled forest In her midst, supposed to be 10.00(1 yenru old. If the man who hxt It had nilvorllKo.l In Hie Enterprise, the chances nre that It would have been returned to him that night." TIih liiKcnliitiN Author. "I hnvo quite n unique llttlo episode worked out for my new historical novel." "Whnt Is Us tenor?" "Instead of having my hero (ling the driver bis purse, I propose to have hill' proffer the exact legal fare. This will naturally bring on n dispute nud afford tho hero nu excellent ami logical oppor tunlty for shedding gore." Plillmlel plila Bulletin. The L'Ht-rul l'ollrrmrtii. Mrs. Knleker Some of these ueultlij families have detectives guard their Jewels. Mrs. Rocker 1 know. We can't keep n cook unless thoro Is u po llcemnn on the beat. 'New York Sun, Tno I 'u km I mm, Mrs. Prosy -Reading Is quite a pas flon wl'h my husband. Mr. Drosaer So It Is with mine when ho reads. my milliner's bids! Falsehood Is so easy, truth so dlffl-cult.-Georgs Eliot. Danderine CHEW THIS HAIR Incl wo caa PROVE IT MI00 DOrtOTHY CLARK, 2130 drsnihsw St., OhlcafO, rut lhnnr&lplnanietlYnnndnarmlMmh'tta, and thnlialrwlll (aknearoot UmiK ntery tlnS. Thn KAlp is ttio toll In ntilcb ttio hair groin. It, nlonit, eoTitros tlia (ironlti of the hatr, and ft mim kept trtth anil tiralthy to lasuts scxxl ctopot lilr. The litlr li& product ot Itjb sculp, sua all (tie Irnatmonta In Ctulitrodolo will do no good, unless thrr are spoctncMy r-nioAClous In lhA cure ot the dlsasa culUrSb lbs scalp. NOW ol all drugslta,ttitee slzos 25o., 50c an$ 1,00 perbottto. KNOWLTON I)ANUnilINi:00.,OhlGaxmv Notice to Contractors. Sealed bids will be received by tha slty of Ardmore on Saturday, Notom or 3, 1 900. not Inter than 4 o'clock p. in., for grading I) Hired nnd pti ting down sldewnlks on sold street Bids will bo received for the Bldowallru and the street grading botli together or sepnrntuly. Contractor to tako 1st provement Script nt par for grid wotfc. nil tho work to bo done nccordlng ( alms ami upeciflcntloiiH on flic in tit city onglneor's office. The city is. servos the right to reject nny or bldw. r , A. L. CRUCH I. II. BEST. R. W. RANDOL. C. D. CARTER Improvement Committee The Old ncliablc. We call for nnd deliver ordors. l dyolng, cleansing nnd repalrlBg. lndies' work n npeclalty. Tho finest fnbrlcM treated without Injury. I'hon your ordors to 176, B. F. Mills, CO Wost Main. 30-1 lie Bel Way k In via MEMPHIS nnd tho Ifuhvl? WmlHJ. WITH TWO TRAINS DAILY T Louisville and Nashville on convenient schedules, nnd making direct connections In Union Station with nil lines for points East and Northeast. All Train Solid Vestibule MODERN SLEEPING CARS. ELEC TRIC LIGHTED COACHES. If you contcmplnto n trip East let mo quoto you rates and niako stoop ing car reservations for you. Addrcse N. D. DAIRD, T. P. A., Little Rock, Ark. Or MAX DAUMGARTEN, D. P. A, .. . .Memphis, Tcnn. Warning Oraer. In tho United States Court In tho In dian Territory, Southern DlstrlcL Jack Owens, plaintiff, vs. I'ocabun tas Owons, defendant, No. C711. Tho defendant Pocahuntns Owens, Is warned to appear In this court In thirty days nnd answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Jack Owe tin. Witness tho Hon. Hoscn Townsond, Judge of said Court, nnd tho ecnl thereof, this 2Sth dny of Sept, 190G. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL. Clork. By W. S. Crockett, Doputy. Brown & Turner, Attornoys. Attorney for non-resident; S. H. Butlor. First published, Sept. 28. TIME TABLE. Frisco. Enstbound No. 41! leaves 0:05 a. m. No. 11 leavot) 12:C0p. m. Westbound No. 43 nrrlves S:05a. in. No. il arrives 7:35 p.m. Choctaw-Rock Island. EnHtbound No. 81 (local) loaves 7:00 n. m. No. 10 leaves 2M0p.ro. Wostbound No. 9 arrives 1:30 p.m. No. SU (local) arrives 6:30 p.m. Santa Fe. Southbound No. 0 4:00 a.m. No. 17 4:20 p.m. No. 19 ...,12:35p.m. Northbonnd No. G 12:50 a.m. No. IS 11. 56 a.m. No. 20 5:'s5p,u.