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Ardmore, Thursday, Nov. 15, 1906.
STERLING SILVER Nothing liner for Wedding presents tlian Stirling Sllvci hoy can keep the samo foreYor, It becomes the heirloom of tin fam Hjr, and the Sterling Silver carried by us Is of tho finest q allly and best pnttertM and weights. You enn Unci same In all . ecett, aud our Htock Ifl complete. No trouble to show goods. WALTER C. DEAN Jeweler and Optician. Fine Watch Repairing. BIJOU CAFE Daintiest in the City The only plnco where I.mlti'M iuit r.'Kl frcu to (lrii In at any I line (or I.unch nml it iiiilxt rtiit. MM"'lal HprrailH fur Olulu, Hm'InW. Han uuetii, lite, a. HI I jjj Under the BIJOU S Theatre NATHANIEL C. WOOD Dentist. Over City National nnuk. Phone '70. Ardmoro, Okla. YOU SHOULD ALWAYS GET THE BEST, THAT IS WHY YOU SHOULD LOOK AT THAT FAMOUS HOME PRIDE RANGE. FOR SALE BY T. K. KEARNEY. 9tf You tiro cordially invited to attend ur oxhlhlt any day this week. Come mid have a niii of coITro and hot bis eilte. If you Intend to buy or not. 12-5 Majestic Balling Demonstration - NOW GOING ON $7.50 SET OF WARE FREE With every MAJESTIC RANGE sold this week at our demonstra tion wo wi 1 give absolutely FREE one set of ware, well worth 1)7.50 m cash. This ware is on exhibition ut our store anil wo in vite ou to call and seo it. It's the best. Remember, Wo positively cannot fjive this ware froowith range any other lime but during this week's snlo. The pneo of th MA.1ESTIO is the fcame this week as any other (J me, but you pet the ware Free and itVworth investigating. Oome and see tho Majestic Range bake biscuits in 3 minutes and let us show you its qualities. Have Hot Biscuits and Coffee with Us any Day this weeK. Gome in any day. You are welcome whether yon in: teud to buy or not. Bivens, Corhii & Frensley T. N. COLEMAN The City v Phone 4 1 OPERA HOUSE I Saturday Night I THE GREAT COMEDY SUCCESS A RACE FOR A WIDOW ...WITH... PETE BAKER Of Chris and Lena Fame AND A GREAT CAST New Songs New Specialties nmnro. ut D rows .. .$1.00 MuUlO. Next l) rows. 7,'ic raaoc- rj:ist J VOWS . . i)0C5 Gallery 2.V and 50C NEXT ATTRACTION CHARLES li. HAHFORD ruggist 109 West Main THE DAILY 4.X4.4.4..:.:...4.-V PERSONAL NOTES George M St. w .irt of Foster Ih an A u1 more visitor Dr 0 1.. Hoiuuls nml ',. T. Harmon nre In the city from Graham. C It. Miller of Madlll Is among the business visitors In Ardmore. J V Utoughon, i pnimitKiit irtir ihnnt of Mill Creek. Is a visitor to An mote. Mr and Mrs. Itolnuil Weeks arrived In tho city from Mnuntivlllu Thura day morning, whore thoy were mar- id l Wednesday. Tint happy young ; pe 'vll! make th-i lui-i' !n this Wn mi IcinliiK lit a visitor to Arinvue n tun Oklahoma City. Mr. Je:i!iin? ii member of jhe OilaVmm t'lt and Pauls Vall" Alis.iii''1 tor. iilin. which has oHlcot In thine two elites ACTION BEING TAKEN. Commercial Clubs Have Commenced Work Securing Exhibit. Tin' fedeiated commercial clubs of the Htate have already commenced tho work of getting together tho exhibit for tho Jamestown Kxposltlon next year. The apple exhibit Is In course (if preparation and already any num bir of apples have been placed in cold stornge at Oklahoma City to be kept until the entire exhibit una been got ten together. President I.ee Cruco of the Ard mote Comineiclal club who has just ot tuned from the meeting of the ov ecutlve committee made a rotpiost this morning wanting all fanners In this section to bring In produce to In placed In tho exhibit. A corn show Is to be held at Okla' liiitna Ciiy commencing Nov. 21 ami lasting until December 8. A number if tin- premium lists are at tho Aid nixie National bank building for ills- ii lliutlon. The premiums offereil to tnl $2,000 Tin: commercial club of this city de vires 'thai wo' have some exhibits trom this section at tho show. After the corn exposition Is over the ex hlblw will be kept together for tho corn display at Jamestown. The board of directors of tho Ard more Commercial club will hold ii meeting nt an early date and steps will bo taken to secure tho exhibit 'from this section. In tho meantlmo President Cruco suggests that farmers bring la their corn exhibits to be for warded to Oklahoma City. PAVING CONTRACT LET. McQuatters Gets Contract for Grad Ing. Marston for Pavements, it The contract for the grading of I street, notthwest. wit. let this .on Ing to tho McQuatters Plumbing and Machlno company at 21 cents per cu ble yard. This action was In conllr matlon of tho recommendations mad by tho Iminovemont committee to which was referred tho matter of ad vei Using for bids. Tho bid of tho I.McQuatterB .Machine and Plumbing 1 company was tho lowest of thu bid received. Tho payment, for tho win I is to be made In script. The matter of-lotc'n ino eoucrnj for tho laying of cement pavement and street crossings, curbing and gut lera along tho same thorouglifur was taken up and after considerable discussion pro nml con ns to tho le galltj of letting the contract to It. U Alti1-" tho lowest bidder, tho ques tion wis fct'tled by the contract bei.i? awarded tv Mr. Marston at tho follow lag price injablo In script: Side wrill:s. li' l-i cents per sqtnre foor; Ur-n oriHc ?r, 22 cents; oyenvn tions 22 1-2 cents ooi i eil-i luct; cutblng per lineal foot, 19 cents; gutters, Oil 1-2 cents por lineal foot. C.EFK PERFORMS CrEMONY. Cui'(.le from V.'lllis Mirrir! by Clerk Crockett This Morning. For a time tills morning, Clerk W. S. Crockett ceased In his duties as clerk aud turned parson. A couple from S nils, K. U. D.llard und Miss Myrtle Owens camo in and applied for a marriage license and Immediate ly after securing same, turned to our oHtlnp.'il.thed clerk nnd requested him to act as j tson and perform thu cor onion!' that would unite the two for ltfe. Mr. Crockett with all the manners of n Chesterlleld performed the pleasant task and after the ceremo nies were over saluted the bride In the good old way. The clerical force In tho ofllce were present and ucted as witnesses. One o'ie- marriage llceiv e was n .v(ed, that of T. F. Morgan of Mays vllle and .Mist) Ada M.i of A Joioie. New Suits Filed. Mtiituc Hlchlo hnx filed suit lor di vorce ogr.lnHt Will Itlchlo this morn Itu in 'lie gtom.i' ot nliaudonmunt. Hotli 'I, i estiie .i' t ,"t AP. MOREITE DEMANDS TO BE MADE FARMERS' MEETING TO DE HELD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Drief Is In Course of Preparation Setting Forth Recommendations for This Section of the Country. All of tho fat liters of this sectl u of tho territory whether members of the Fanners Union or not, will jreieat tho demands of the agriculturist nt the southern section of tli." new ntnte to the pcnntorlnl ccmmlttee tlia' Is to meet here November 21, wit' tliv'lr demands. meeting of all the farmor j i.l ttii district has been called to be bol l m rdmore on Friday and Saturday t the present week to discuss the ipi.-s- Ions to b presented to the nonoraiile committee. A brief Is in the ec tiw) of cmplli- tlon rtettlng forth the 'iccds Mid the demantlH to be made by ilia fanners of this section of the ne-v s'ate, and copies nro to be pliced 'n the !i.n M of the members of both hoiijiea ef cong ress nt Its next meeting. A number ol requests will uo made an I s.m-ial tf them are of great Important . to the farming Interests of this sect'ou, In aa much as they are for the vemnvnt of restrictions on lands, a. id other ;-.nt tors connected with the ca'e, in c.m the national loglslatlan "ees :lt to grant the demands. The movement In this sect 'no ts headed by F. K. 'st, who U well known in this city. Aniens; tho request that will be made Is one asking that restilmlons on lands In this country bo removed, so that they may ho bought for ami- cultural purposes in lot not greater than ltifr acres, n,nd that the pnichnicr be required to live on tho lands for a term of five year belore an iRViaiico of a patent can bo hnd.- Another one of tho demands I it that a price be sot on the lands from vhre-j to three and ono-hnri' tlmos I'-o as sessed value as appraised by tho board at -scat, so aa to avoid i:'ieii;i lands and thereby Bhut off the ;ry and speculators. These two nre of the grente ' im portance and will bo presented by .1 spcclnl appointed committee to bo ap pointed for that purpose. Tho Jewish I-adlos Aid Society will serve luncheon at tho residence ot Mrs. Henry Moses Tuesday, Kevem ber 20 from 2:110 to C p. m. All are cordially Invited. Tho proceeds will go to the church. 14 3 Injured by a Runaway. Oscar Sclvally' of Or- reeeicit einl severe Injuries by being run over by a wagon on Mnln street nt an ear ly hour Thursday morning. The wag on raed over Sclvnlly's chest. Os car v as standing near the horses' heads, holding them, wlnn a I-risio train ennio Mtshlng by, which fright (.nod the animals, Sclvally being thrown to tho ground, one wheel pas sag oer his foot us the dash was iin.iti . 'I.1 injured man v.. ft toudcod medical attention .'nuiind'ale!. nod vl en examined It was luta' that no briies woro broken. Sewer Work Beyun. A large force of handii began woil. this morning excavating on Cadde street for tho purpose of Inylng the uew sower pipe. The excavation machinery was p'U In motion nnd rapid progress will be made so as tho other contracts held by that concern may bo handlid wi;!i dispatch. :m 1-1 -'k i'- .V- -fr 1'-1 i - 4 . . t, It LOOK LOOK! LOOK! r "t (ROOKING EXI1IR- its are not nec cessary to sell our RANGES Price and Quality sell them. See our hand some Range 'hat Will lost a life time for.... ft ft ft ft If ft -t i ft 25.00 if Stevens. H'orieilj Spras'ns V 1 one i SON OPERA HOUSE! MONDAY, PJOV EMBER 19 I1UUI The lSvent of the Season HnvjnireiiH'nt of the lSininent Aitor CHAS. B. HANF0RD Accompanied by MISS MARIE DR0FNAH Wrcsentititf Shalcewpt'iire'H OrtMteft Historical 1 I 'rod JULIUS CAESAR 40 PEOPLE IN THE PnOnUCTlOfU 40 AND A CAR LOAD OK SPECIAL SC NEHY A Series of lleantiful Stage Settings "Showing: The (initid Sqnart' in Home, The Roman Senate, The Oou spira y ii Mrntus' (J.itden, The (ireat Quarrel St:om in the Tent of H utus, The flains of IMiillipi. An Kvent of L'nusual Artistic Impoitanoe PriooB, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, and 50c KHEE LIST SUSPENDED FOU THIS ATTRACTION NOIC Mr. Ilanfnril will nmiviir In thr cut a " Maro Aiitoii," dm -uni rul tin so iuoci)niillr tiliiyril In 111" (nmiiun llouth-llnrrctt coinlilimt Ion 2 ncakoc Owiuy to Magnitude of Production Curtain will risoat8:ir Scats on sale at Lon Frame's Drutf Store Sun., 9 a. m. ALL MUST WORK. Old Certificates ot Disability from Street Duty No Good. City Physician l. K. Shnekelfont Mil play no lavtiiltes ami all tho able b died people will have to either work the street or pay tho eonimututlon tax. llecause one is strl: will lje no x cuse, nor is snflerlng from a flight Usability an excuse. All who are t tie excuseit inusi no paupers wuo nre unable to work, maimed or paralyzed. If a man Is slightly disabled, but makes a salary sufilclent to support himself, he must pay tho tax. i Under the ordinance governing the , working cf the streets In thin city vartlos relieved must havo a cortl ricato from tho city physician statin that they nro relieved. i Dr. Shackelford In nn Interview this ! morning hail the following to say rel- , Hive to his ruling In the law: Parties desiring to bo relieved of treet work must be permanently dls-,wnru ,H accompusne.i unti naH a win ubled, cripples, Invalids or suffering nnn"-T which begntH friends, from an incurable dlsenso, and must Mr- U'lwnrdB Is a mumNir of tho 10.1 either have a limb amputated or bo a . wnr'lH Ur0H- roal ',,,,n'" lo;,, --n-paralytic. I also hold that n man must l,anv of tlllH c'. "ul ""'" be unnble to work, but also unablo to 'n business circles, make a living, or earn enough to pay ( Mr- n,,(1 MrH- Kilwards will Ikj at the tax. i Jiomo In Ardmoro afttn- NovemlM-r "I do not propose to make any con- ,20. t ccsslona In grnntlng certificates. I had I in application for release from work by a man who makes a salary of $r0 ier month, who was to a cortaln ex- 'altogether delightful, callod "A Uce tent dlanbled. I refused him tho ccrtlfl- for a Widow" comes fo tho opera cate. If he can earn a salary of that house Saturday night. Thltt piny bad much ho Is able to pay to have tho n long run in Paris and over six bun work done." . 'dred nights In Imdou and tho pniv- The doctor wax also asked as to luces and hns met with splendid hut when ho would begin to make monthly cess In this country. Tho' company vepotts, and In reply said: 'presenting this bright comedy Ik wild "I hope to gel out my first month- to bo an exceptionally good one, head ly report about December 1st, for the od by Pete Raker, the ruinous coined month of November, nnd every month Inn of Chris und Iinn fame. TlokotK thoreatter, ho as to lot tho people nt'on sale Friday. lfi-lt largo know what the city physician Is doing." The scientific construction of tho Kmlthuntilnn It-iiau liiuuntu umkica. tomfoit und safety. Thin truss hold lieriecuy inn wun gentle pressure. $1.00 to $3.00. 11 F. J. ItAMSHV, Druggist. Subscrlbo for Tho Ardmorolto. Thoy wi'i jivo you jiloas ure ah well as $ Rubel AlleB'retti's Chocolates and Bon-Bons . - t t We arc Preset iption Drujj- f fjhts and stand behind f our Label DRUG STORE! WE DELIVER Year Parchsie Phone 11 BOKNIR'S DID SfANO FIVE 1 1 1 mMMm 1 1 -rirT f ! net ion I EDWARDS-TRA8K. A Quiet Weddn0 of Popular Society Couple. uvdnewiuy altemoon at tho home of c), w, w TniHk Noj.U Whb,,,hk. ton. Miss .Vetllo Trask, datiKbtor of TvmK Mr w A ,5(WJlrite Wl.rf Ulu,, , mirrUiKl). ., U()V c (. NVuIth ,)f t,e prl pr()t)yU.rmu ' cllllrcll 0fllclatcd. Mr. and Mr. l- wards Immediately after tho ceremony were driven to tho union itupnt wboiu they took tho nouthboinul train for points in Texns whom thoy wlllpoml a week. The ceremony was wllnensed by :i few of the bride's persona! fiiemln and the affair was very tpilol. In fact, lew friends knew of list occurrence. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwards nro both imp ular in social circles In Ardmoro aud number among their fileiidn many of . Ardmoro's Hoclety lenders. Mrs. Kd- Opera House. A comedy, wholesome, quaint nd Church Social Announced. Tlie ladles of the Presbyterian church announce that a free offering Boclal will bo held at the manse Thura- day night. Hvorybody Is Invited to attond. See the life-saving dogs at the Bi jou this week. 11-4 i fuHBisaaaDEXsta i COMMENCING NOV KM BER 12 AND END TNTri NOVEMBER 2ti, I WILL bELL. BUGGIES AT COST. CALL am SEE FOiiYOCRbKLF T. fL KEAHMEY V ....SPECIAL .,. Cost Sale!