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Ardmoie, Sunday, October 28, 1906.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE FIVE UMBRELLAS! UMBRELLAS!! LADIES'- Ooldfllled and nternn: silver handle:?, aonn with whlto and Oriental pearl. GENTS' Stag-horn, Ivor and boxwo. d li.mdles with 8 and silver trimmings. i Seo tho now "CANE-UMBRELLA" wlikh h- math- compa ribs fitting Into each other, and d t i. it ii.i,. handle. WALTER C. DEAN Jeweler and Optician. f-ine Watch Repairing tmnm warn irer vsrrTr.r x.'twi -xn a nlald -filled . ti l Pa Cheap Rate to Gainesville. I The Cooko Connt fnlr begins at Gainesville Tuesday. l.tstliiK until Sat urday. Inclusive. At this fair ho mo of tho host blooded animals in Jhe tnte will he on exhibition. A I'ing String of tare horse. ahead rill the stallion of the i are mimic and theKc will go for good purses during the fair. Tho fair Ih the auntial Cooke uottnly exhibit lii'ld each year nt Oiilnosvlllu and In attended eaeh year tMp lni',u ,.jogc,f whereby ih uy iinito a nunitiur or Aiumoio poo- C(mlpnleB would consolhhit . ....... i-,n..l.l..tl .,r .1... c..t.i W4. .. ... ... . . , .... 1.1 . LIVERY DARNS CONSOLIDATE New Concern Ha a Capital Stock of Twenty Thousand Dollars. Ono of tho strongest llver compa nies In tho new state a pcifoctrd yesterday when tho Ardmure I lver Company purchased tne stock of the T. I,. Smith Livery comiany. conven ing the Banio Into their hindius- Tho deal haH boon on foot for the p;ut few days hut not until csteid;i was wo Mi pie. Agent Daidilctl or the Santa Fo smith received $l,rou for his rolling Htateg that ho has a into from Ard- stock, and retained $l.oo0 stock In more or $I.(iU for tlio loniul trip ditr- the new concern. The new company, lug tho fair and many Ar.lmnio people which U to bo known nt the Ard more will take advantage of this ohoup rate l.lvery eonuiany. wan Incorporated and spend a while at tho fair. yesterday with $20.nmi paid up cap! tal. Quito a number of Ardmoro poo- Ardmoro Nursery can furnish you pie are Interested in tho concern, and all kinds of fruit trees. Wo want your the stock is divided up into blocks of hill. Phono C'J. K&wl: stock held by business men of the town. S. A. Newland of this city Is Married Yesterday Afternoon. president of the company. U. F. Tur- YeHtcrdny afternoon nt 3 o'clock nor, secretary and treasurer, and T nt. tho homo of Mrs. J. V. Stewart K Smith manager. Mr. Smith win In tlila nltr Mla Veil nnff nllil Mr. tmvn illrnrt Mllliervlsloll of tllO blisl- J. D. Jackson wore married. Tho Rev. ness and will make a success of It as Monday, Oct. 29 With Everything New The Musical Farce Comedy Two Herry Imps 20.-PFOPLE--20 Mostly Girls 12-Musical Numbers-12 PKICES: 1st 5 rows 50 cts. Ualance lower floor 75c Gallery 25c a 50c TICKETS NOW ON SALE THE CHEAT ... SUCCESS, ,. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31st 'Under Southern S&ies Saturday, Nov. 3 A play that will live forever Company carries s c c n c r y used to put ! on produc tion. I .Vi.'V W ! . 7i .V Scene n act hi 27 REMARKABLE CAST 27 IMUCES: 1st 5 row 75c tin I, i nee lower liner 51 Oil Gallery 5lH1S TlcKcts on sale Tuesday morning Itie hi of mm The YanKce Doodle Musical Comedy 4Bifj Laufjhinf; Acts-4 New Song's, New Features Fun, Dances 22-PE0PLE--22 Band and Orchestra TIcKets on Sale Friday Morning GERMAN MYSTERIOUSLY SHOT. .:.4.4..',4.j.4.s,.4.v.:...:..:.A4.-.:...:- I PERSONAL NOTES 'Joe Hass Found Last Nlnht With Oul IT t. V'i I'nr fillip ntiw Tin linnne lin ImH nr Ills own DCrsonai uuaiiii;r" T. j... . . . ............ i i.. u..,.,i ui. ... . . ..... . " ----- - . , ifTTTTTTTT TTTVTTT T'i" I ' l-. . . uunu ill inp. A NOBLE WORK. for Dallas whero they will spend a. sorhed tho ioIIIhb stock of the T. C. day or bo when they will ko to Prank- HrldKinan undertaking cstahllshmont, lln, Texas, tho homo of tho Krootn. nnd will Install a complete lino or where thoy will malto their homo. Miss carrlngon and funeral hearses. Hoff Is well known In Ardmoro. hav- For tho present tho company w 11 Inc; hoen an employe of tho Chickasaw retain their headquarter on South Telephono Company in this city for Washington. Shortly thoy will maKo tho past two years. Tho groom Is a pome largo additions to tho stahlo young man who has mado a success thoy now occupy, which will niako In llfo and is a promising huslness them more than twice the largest sia man In his town. BUY A HOME FOR YOUR FEET I fray 3 l.lo In tho territory. Tho new move In Uvorv huslness Is only nnother ev idence of tho rapidity with which Ard moro Is making strides of progression, and means that Ardmoro is to have tho host that's going. For the present Mr. Smith's old es tablishment, which Is situated on a street, northwest, will continue to run. under tho management of the tu w company, hut as soon as the room can ho made for the rolling stock and horses nt tho new barn, tho two will he placed under t..e same roof. Twenty thousand Klbertn peach trees nt Ardmoro Nursery. Fhone 09. S ft wk Joe Hush, a Corman aged about 00 years, was shot in the hip last night In a Joint on ICast Main street. Mass was found lying on tho Moor of his X. II. McCoy of th olei' (111:0 Is reported 111. Mrs. .lames Mathers who has been III for some time Is loportod no bet ter. Hov. Win. Crawford Is in the city after a Hip to points northeast of here. Hariohl Wallace left yesterday for Dallas, whero he will attend tho fall today. Misses Mnrv and Mahlo Tucker re turned today from a visit with friends mail taken to tho aanltnriuin, whero nt Gainesville. his woundB were dieMsed. It Is stated Airs. Hoy Hradford has returned that tho wound will not prove fatal, al- from Dallas where she has been at- though he may ho a cripple for life as tending tho fair. a result. Although ho has been here Max Kahn, a prominent business for some time, little is known of him man of Coalgato, Is visiting with n Ardmoro. He is said to be U a Salvation Army Has Mercy on Whisky Soaked Man. An example of tho broad chavliy and forgiving spirit of the moiubeis of the Salvation Army, which organi zation has bauds of workers in almost every city of tho world, was demon- A fine lino of cigars, tobaccos and smokers' supplies at The Ilrunswlek. .10tf Perfection oil heaters at T. K. Kear neys. 2C-2 For Trade. N'owly Improved rosldenco prrporty located In noted watering and health resort nnd railroad freight division point In Texas, for Ardmoro Improved property. SIDNHY SWIGS. lit friends In the city Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Tolson have re turned from Dallas where they spent four days visiting tho F-ilr. Sol Wlnstoek Is In tho city fiom Chlcngo. making a brief visit with his sister. Mrs. A. 11. I.ovlno. and Mrs. .lullan Hiiinoy arc in place of biislno.is with a bullet wound u,ni(,,i l.ito Friday evening In Ard In the hack part of his hip. The ,or,,. The captain of tho army a id shooting seems to be somewhat of a ,K ,.in, or co-woikers wore earnest mystery as no one has been found who j y ongageil in their services on tho heard the shot. Two men walked In-1 oitrltHtoiw at the corner or Main and to IIuss" place and found him lying t'aihlo streets, when a drunk man race downward In a pool of blood. As- staggered Into their midst and began slHtanco was called and the wounded hlioutinir and civIiik. The wretch laj down on tho curb and oiled In a drunken whimper for more than half a-i hour. Curious persons gathered around and many unthinkingly latuh ed at his condition. To this the -lain and his worker took no ho '1, but bonding over tho lske.:ioal.l man. the captain talked e.irnesjy md lonr to lilni. When the services weio completed tho men of tho Salvat:nn Army took charge of tho drunk. 'i in. in, took him to the Salvation Armv honibiuartcrs, where ho was given a estorday THE STREMCiTH OF ARDMORE MORE THAN 2,000 HAVE REGISTER ED WITH CITY CLERK ORUCE. The Republicans Have Begun An Act ive Campaign and Will Make as Good Showing as Possible Dem ocrats Have Safe Majority. quiet disposition. Notice to Ladies. l.ailloK of tho city Interested in the Women's Label League are hereby reiiiiustod to meet with the uudorsliin- ed coinmlttco nt Uibor Hall Tuesday I clean bed nnd breakfast Mr and M rs. .Jul Ian 1 In r n ey arc In aftor0011 at 4 0.cI()c). f()1. iw lm)rnK. T the city from "' ' tIlL Kebts of n(o pcnnmi0Ilt ,),.KllI'lIziltIoll . lm.,.,, hl , of Mrs. Wllllniu Oreon John Stone has returned front Dal las, whero ho has been for the past few days attending th; fnlr. Dr. .1. I'. Young left yesterday for I.oo's Valley whoio ho will conduct services today and tonight. Miss Nettle Trnsk !i a, hone from New York City and mil ui In MiMisa- , ehusetts. whero she spent, the aunur.or i Tom Karp. lormorly or tins eit. but now with the e,eiivH olllce of said league. 2K- j. n. lioitN. K. M. l'AuKHK. I). N. FKIKJUSON. W. 1.. .CKKHSON. W. (!. ItBAVUS, Commlllee NETTLETON'S $5 and $6 Shoes RALSTON S $4 Shoe FELL0WCRAFT $3.50 Treadvell Co THE HOME OF THE BEST SH0ERS Notice. To the property owners In tho pav ing dibtrict: Wo are now prepared to run your lead service which tho law requires before pnvlng Is done. HOLMAN & BUST, 2s-:t Plumbers. Hallowe'en Coming Hallowe'en social at Mrs. A. O. No bles.. Frnice in Pumpkins. Pumpkins dressed and undressed. Come one, come all, come small, come tall and bring some cne else with you; bo sure to bo there at 3 o'clock for tho pumpkins will start rolling prompt lv on time, Wednesday night, Oct. 31 20 Out After Girds. Ticket Agent W. A. D.tshlell and at day telegraph operator. Will Perdue, l'lFlioinlngo. Is a vlitor in Ardinore of tho union depot, spent tho after- tuiiay, 1 noon yesterday on tne i risco casi Mrs. Hoy L. Monroe and llttio or Hero, snooting, 'i tioy leu yesteruay daughter, Corlnne, of Oklahoma nro on tho noon Frisco with guns and tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Artiuir .ic- (U.ks anil rolurnetl nt 7: as inBt oven Geo. ing. Thoy hud ipilto a deal of sue- O. It. Wells has reirnel Mem a comb on their hunt, hugging quite a month's htay in Texm. whero he has f,,w fu. h,a, had horses on the Tjxis race cir- C"cilnt Graham was In the city from Card of Thanks. i ,im,tnv on route to llox- desire lo express our thanks mill IVUll j v. - - " - . Ot.... l.t . ... .1 I 41 II Hill Ml till llilll IU 111 is ,.wn im iini!von..i n noniocmUr i J. H. Smart for 1i!k most KenoiouB nlw, c:., i y, i..., Diiu(, speech last night. ...iiertalninont of tho dopartme.it at , an vcry nrcolta,)1(! , Kll)pIf, U. I). .MC JOUUail, a proilliueiu li-pu.i- hiiwiuuu .ii iiiu i.iju.i w.ik-. ...v int.- . , ... ,.r ,., MI,K thill r.ifipll I'ho man was drunk wh il and ho could hardly be supported on his way fiom the stroii. All this tho Salvation Army people overlooked in the knowledge that ilicy wore helping a lalleu mini. The cuii was liable for disturbing the pi"ie which Ik au offense mid also for li- liig drunk and dlsoiderly which 1.4 a heuvy fine. Hut lor neither offense old tho Salvation Army people Indict mm. truiy tneso workers reaeli a tlas of people which 110 church ;b able to do. and put into their dall practice things which tnako tho har dened sinner's eye dim with tears Come and spend Sunday with us at I lie .Brunswick. lis Hargrove Colleqe Notes, The pupils of Hargrove are Indebted to Mrs. P. II. Woods for valuable ad dition to the rending room In the form of 11 number of valuable 1nagazl1u.1t Such NoticeMoved! C. P. Hall, formerly at 122 Main troot, 13 now open for business. Big test New and Second Hand stock 01 House Furnishings In tho city. Repair ing, renting, exchanging and buying. 3avos $2500 per year over Main reol competitors, (lives you back 10 per oont for overy $1.00 cash purchase. Jtuna two wagons to all patts of tho olty free. My country customers can stop In my yard fre0 of charge. Phoni :tCG or call nt Texas Wagon aru tn addo street and 3rd avonuo. o y Wiree blocks north of tho Whlttlngtcn Motel. Itcniember wo give you 10 per coat off for cash purchases only. C. P. HALL The House Furnisher On Easy Payments at Cash Prices. licun of Madill. was here yesterday. bos appreciate such expressions of Ho savs that tlio lepubllcans will win Kiuunetis. In tho' Madill district. I AKIJMOKK FIUB DKPAU.MICNT Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Martin have re- . . .1. t..ii IV.!., I turned rrom a visit to hoim.ii. xa-.. Kt,l,, & Son hoil(,ml. terH ror Sam Noble departed yesterday Kfl,() moaI !lm, , morning on a visit to Dallas. ,,,, f , f , Bishop Francis Key Brooke or Outh , lie arrived In tho city yesterday nr. o.wi ...in nrcntiv 1 in 011 nit Some Poor Cotton. LVI I1UUII .li.w ..... w.... meat tho list or magaxluos that roach the reading room regularly. The proceeds of the Potato Social, wblrli was ulveu last Hiiminnr u'nu j used in HiihFcrlhlng for such period- cot- "am as tiiu 1011111 h uoiiipaiiioii, amui fllct lean Boy, Success, Hverybody's, Tho 2s-2 Ladles' Homo .lournal, and J'athllndor, etc. In a family of eighty- whore most 1 all want to read at the Hatno time wo Inrlnv nt St. Pllilill'R chlirc'' Mis. T. C .llrldgmau uuparieu yes- It. It. Oobor has returned from .1 i.-dt to tho Holder and Lebanon conn- I cannol have too many periodicals. Dr. Gross has promised to allow the pupils ot the college to have a pni!nA niiiin. sol Id cold ring. Owner can have samo bv calling ai uwner can ouvu huwivj u i...,,... . . iui,.. Palnco Barber Shop, 10-. Enst Main Illness of he; slstet, Street. :eu man .. . II L' III III . ..... f.... ...... 1 ,,.1,,.,.,. ulu. iry. 110 says wiui 110 saw cihiuu 1111111 ,, ..iiii.,.,.,.... loniay morning .u. - . - - ,ivrl,nn!,i ,uiu .mi. ." . ailed on account 01 1110 serious ''""" ' " . ,1". The boys or tlio noai cling iiopatr IL l VIIV. 1V 1 llllin . lilt' III) n Ml till) I II III I 1 1 I 1 1 ft II-I Ml I I- Mrs. Wm. Pen..- ''',r" '"""j;."10' """Ml"'1 mit to the number of thl.tytwo Perfection oil hraters at T. K. Kear neys. 26-2 For Sale. Two very deslrablo jiloces ot Ard moro proporty. Tho First Baptist church property, located on Broadway, Is offered cheap. This wtrect will soon he tho main business thorough faro of tho city. Tho other piece la tho pastor's homo on D street north west. See L. C. Lesure. 1-tf Buggies, Buggies. Blvens, Corhn & Frentley have In a lino of new bucElea. m ihirrv TIlllnghnHt bat returned from Checolah. Where she was called on account of tho Illness of her sister. Miss Kdna Gardner. Miss uarenor i Improving nicely. .1. A. F.dwnrds litis reiurueii num an u ic-q.uio lun iiuic-B ... uy optorti.ined last Saturday even uoweu eouon to mauo one miio. , JK ,)y ,ho la(y ,enl.,lfil.8 t lho ilomo ! of President Gross. To say they had District Court. ; ft ,i0iiKbtrul I! no Is putting it mildly. The following suits have hoen filed: ; -pho ladies exerted themselves to on G. W. McMillan vs. Salllo Johnson teitaln Hie young gontlonion and sue Morris, dobt, $202. I coded beyond all their expectations. The reglstiatlon books which hav been open for tho past fllloon uay :it the city elerk h of lice, closed fri day evening al '. o ojoch. wmin a en w.l of Interested politicians worn piomnt al thu time the IsiokK wero ched and much lntQr;t. and sp'.v ulatlim as to tho number who had reg Ist.-iod was Indulged lu. At promptly o'clock as the euifew bell struck the lap. stroke, City Clerk George Bruce dei lined the books closed forever up 011 tho constitutional convention olee tint-. Tho last ticket showed that 20S I voters had registered and had theli right to vote In tho coming gen 01 al election. No doubt there are mi nj who did not leglsle.-, but poll tlciaus are well satisried with tho ni'iiiher who have registered. The next thing now Is to gel them all to vol.- It has taken ."..toon days for all to register, while only one day Is given for tho voting. This day for voting Is the sixth day of Novem her. Just nine days rrom today. On the sixth, tho first light lo vote lu a gi nurril election tor self govern incut ever presented tho people cf the ten (lorry will he given them, ami lu Aidiuoro only those who have reg Isiored call cxcicIho this right. The outcome of the election In Mils, con stiiutloiial dlstiiet No. 10,1, Is being watched with Interest, by all concern ed. Tho Democrats have heretofore hud. and still have, a safe majority ''he Republicans bavo for tlio past leiv mouths been very active lu tholr caiii,i:.lgn work. lOach party has hud . j w. 1 keif rogUlerlug voters for tho pasl 1 days and tlio contest Hero, while It will probably mil bo as close as in other districts, will he ono of the hot lest buttle of ballots lu tho ferritin", Lveiy effort will ho made by each pill ly to win. Should tho ItcpublleaiiK win In this district it will menu on. of the gr atost vlctorlen to the part in tho state. The yrecogniKo this, us .iho do tlu UomocrtttH. There scomr no doubt among demoertale loaders '.nit that Ardmoro. which eomprlu's ili.-'iiet .so. 103, will roll up her usuol d"iii( ctnilo majority. This fact, how "in1 bus not kept them rrom working f.n "Ok!. lii.th (audldaloH are old residents or this city, and tho character and MitegiPy of either 1ms never been 1 1 1 . Mloticd. Clork Bruce, who bus had the n; Ut ration lu hand, with nittlfltautH. ' ptopurliiR a will for ouch of the nt 10 t w M.ill1nM vu VV?itnnli Morris. ...... u. .... ...re.lit.wtntu ...... --- w 4,, ......... . . - - - .11 M. II1IIBK 1 .4JII IUII PIIHIUII.n. oxtonslvo trip through mihhouii anu ,t(.iJt. ai. I Too urado enrds have boon senl pn clncU. Thl will keep them busy G. W. McMillan vs. Billy Jack, dwrt, 0t this week, being the clone or the fo.- tlio next few day, arter which $72. 'second monlh'H work, and some ot till will ho lu readiness for the ohs- Ittirlon.I'iiid Ilrv Goods Go. VS U . II. n,n ,,,,,,ilu m.iln Hut hiist erailes that Him .1. 11. Parks and 11. w. iiuggs, who rouiHi account. ! bavo over been made lu the collego are connected with tho McQiiattoih , , j Knight vs. Lula V. Kiilght.dl- ,m,y they do even better In the nionths Plumbing anu .uaiiuiaiiiiiiiiK l-.uiii voice, riainiur aiiegoa uiiu no to come. ny of Waco. Texas, are in 1110 city 10 lawfully married to the deienuani in other states. He says mat many poo pie In the sections ho visited want to move to tho new state, whore they went to tako a bunch of prisoners. Marshal portor, who nccom ... i.i...... i....i ,nu uhrnliK rnRcH nan ed t lCin. will leiurn auimii. . and evergreens I it Ardmoro Nursery, having gone by way of Muskogee. Phone CO. hwk remain -until after the paving has Ardmoro In 1898 and soon thereafter been laid 011 Main street. that she abandoned him. nmitiii John Hammer. Bob Hutch- 1 ' 1 . . . . ... I 1 , 'IM... It.. one. 1 10111 ioion j liveryouo wuiuumu ... ... Leavenworth, wick Sinoltlng and Billiard parlors. 28 ens. C. 11. rauaierro anu 10111 ioien returned todav from he Frank Berryhill For Evcrythinti That Is Made of TIN. Tin Roofinfj a Spec ialty T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist Phoqe 4 109 West Main Bishop F. J. Brooke arrived In tin Ardmore People to wea. Uev. Otis A. Morris and Miss Goldlo Staggs, both of South Ardmoro, wure granted marriage license yesteruay city yesterday afternoon and wilt olll- uftornoon by tho district clork. Rveryonu -welcome to 'I'ho Bruns wick Smoking and Billiard parlorK. Died In Texas. A message was received yesteiduy morning by Mrs. Georgo Henry Bruce inronnlng her or tho donth or It'"' ilirother-lu-law, W. II. Hooker, or llleo, Hamilton county. Texas. Mr. Mook lei's death occurred "yesterday morn im Mrs. Brnco left yesterday at elate at tho morning hcrvlce, only, at St. Philips' Kplscopal church today at 11 o'clock. J. D. JacLrorSlhrTexaH.'.V-'. IHco where she will U;;m, Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dowuard. a daughter. and Miss Nellie BofT, employed hore with tho ChlcKasaw Telephone com pany, were also granted a marriage lleetlbO, the funeral services to be held today- Mrs. Biuco has the sympathy of hoi Ardmoro friends in the loss Mr II(i''. or'h donth has caused her. Promoted to Chief Engineer. L. N. Leeper, former chlet englne.'i with the Whaley Mill nnd Klevator Co.. has accepted u posl"n with the city and on tho list or November will UMiiino his duties us engineer at the city pumping station. 11 Hutrhett, who ror three years has been night engineer for the Wha lev mill has been promoted to chief engineer and given day woiki with an. flicrease Ih salary. Perfection oil heaters at T. K. Kear- 26-2 That special sale or Hotchklss' Is off November 1. 28-2 The Kugles or Wynueweod an- . r ranging to give a street fair ami o.u nival there In tho near future. Notice. To tho property owners In the pav ing district: We are now prepared to run your load service which the law remilres before paving Ic dnue. 110LMAN Ik BUST, ojj.;; Pltliu'jers Local Interest In Fair. Todav Is the last day of the Dallui fair wlileh has been holding for the past sixteen days. During this tinio many territory people have visited tho fair, and Ardmoie people have been prominent among the number A cheap rate has been on all during the exhibition and this has attrncto.1 many to Dallas. The wte of $2.30 for the 1 omul trip was on today and many took advantage of It and spent neys. : : . 1 Amonc tho nassengors on the early ...1.,... .. .n Hw. liu'oul nn linilllll. . -. . . ..i.... vjur p.. 1 Frisco train this morning was .us , - , - . - , . M,,..na n tmr and yon -hm't have to have It J'y Sn he son. who goes to Atoka to the u;t y ' ikine again. ' accept a position with the Southern , HOLMAN & BEST. .Trust Co. 01 inai cuy f V. Miss Kmbor 1 oii win; reuanled as one of our bright- . 1 1 . . IMOgt attractive young ladles, just received, a car load ot corru- "J"- w,1() m.l.'luK,0Ili mucll gated lrou,' nil longtlm. regrpt hor going away, and bopo she BIVKNS, CORHN &FHENSLY. will soon return. . ... who have returned aro Of the opinion that the fair Is the best Dallas ha ever given and the oihlbits are Hue, ' Keel Son, headquarter! for cot ton hfod meal and hulls, lu fact all muds or good rood. 28-U