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Ardmore, Friday, November 16, 1906.
THE DAILY AR.MOREI1E STERLING SILVER Nothing Hner for Wedding presents than Sterling Silver. They can keep thfc same forever, It becomes the heirloom of tho fam ily, ,nnd the Sterling Silver curried by us Is of tho finest quality nnd best patterns and weights. You enn find snmo In all pieces, aud our stock Is complete. No trouble to show goods. WALTER C. DEAN Jeweler and Optician. Flpe Wateh Repairing. J.ii.4.4.j.ii.maj.&j.j.'j.x.i.j.j.j.j. ' " r nCDCfinifll HBVEP PERSONAL NOTES fr-r"t-v-i"!-v-v Okla. WHS 4i 4? ii BIJOU CAFE s- Daintiest in ths City t The only iilnoi where Lailh tnny rO 5 fi-el frn to drop In nl unj nmo f-r j- i I.uiicli nnd r .pilot rin NX- Inl aA Hiirenil fur Uulm, Suclalu, llau- Qi't. Etc, J 43 Under the D S u G U J ' Theatre g NATHANIEL C. WOOD Dentist. Over City Nntlonal Hank, phono 770. Ardmore, Okla. YOU SHOULD ALWAY3 GET THE , BEST, THAT IS WHY YOU SHOULD LOOK AT THAT FAMOUS HOME PRIDE RANGE. FOR SALE DY T. K. KEARNEY. 9tf You nro cordially invited to attend our exhibit nny day this week. Come nnd have a cup of coffeo and hot bis cuits, it you Intend to buy or not, 12-3 OPERA HOUSE Saturday Night THE GREAT COMEDY SUCCESS John Pulnney of lVrry In tho city Thursday. K. O KiilntiKiiotiH- or OklahoniR City ii speli iin a f"v day In Ardmore. i Mm- V'ovjt Newman who till been C'i tii'fi at i lu A I'd. ii me K.niiin.ium fill1 f kl ltt t. m uuiutfha tut in ww d H'rt.iy. K. ('. TucKr of title city and Con rue 'linker of Altola, To. depsrled Kt iil.i v mcrnlnn for Itoswcll, N. M., on a piopecitiig trip. They will lib wi' w -111111' lime. H rt Foster, cf the Ardmore lec, l.n I A: I'iivw', Company, w s ii ne K I I-, imi,i,i Ml. K. i-1 I 8111:1111 e.i an Injured fcot eomo-days no nt t w lti l and Cun Club nn. I ls compeil d lo use crutches. mm is m session m SMALL NUMDER IN ATTENDANCE. WILL PASS RESOLUTIONS. I0BIS.0N 0 PERA HOUSE! Farmers Hear Speech From H. H. , Drown on the Removal of Restrtc. ' tlona Will In All Probability Act on Advice Given. A RACE FOR A VIDOW 8 THROWN FROM BUGGY. E. In- ...WITH... PETE BAKER Of Chris and Lena Fame AND A GREAT CAST New Songs New Specialties DDIfW. 1,1 5 row's .Si. oo l ltlUlO. NextO rows. 7.K ' Lust -J row- . . .r0o Gallery 25c nnd r"o NEXT ATTIUCTlON CHARLES B. IIANFOHD Majestic B MOW GOIN ation E. Gulllot and Wife Received juries by Belnn Thrown Out. While driving lu tho Mcl.lsh nddt tlon Thursday hftornoon, Mr. and Mrs. II H. Gulllot were thrown from their buggy and both sustained pain, fill Injuries. They wero rouuding ft comer nt the. best speed of their fast pacor ttooxor" whun tho sudden ness of tho turn wrenched tho Heat of the high stnnhopo In which they were- riding from tho running gear of tho buggy. lloth wore thrown about twenty feet from the road. Mr. dulllot was rendered unconscious for a few tnlnuto from tho Tall nnd HUFta'ned liijuuo nljout tho head and face, nlso his hip. Mrs. Gulllot was moro fortunato, receiving :i slightly sprained back nnd si few bruises. Today -Mr. Gulllot Is conllned to his room and it will probably be a week before he Is HUfllclcntly recov ered to bo on tho streets, Mrs, Gullot Is up todny nnd docs not ma jterlally reel the effects of tho fa.i, After tno seat parted trom tho ro tuainder or tho buggy, the horso wont to the lively bam, where ho was found later with nothing but tho shafts attached to him. MEETING THIS AFTERNOON. G-GN -T 1 i.pi'J.ai..x.li, ,k il-, '. :.?, a f KAIL COBeLWiKs-rrti-gs mmmmm mm Board of Directors of Commercial Club Are Holding -Session. A number of Inquiries nro bolng ro celved by the Commercial Club from parties In other sti.ios Booking loca' tlons In this city for manufacturing enterprises and other business. An Inquiry has boon received from a lady In Alpona. Mich., who wants to open n lndlos' wearing apparel Htat llghment, and also ti manicuring par loj. Secretary Sanders Is In communlca tlon wltn n firm In South Texas who want to establish a foundry in till city. Secretary Sandciv will leavo for Texas Saturday to consult with liq pdrtles. A meeting ot tho board ot directors or tho club wll bo held this nftcrnoon lor tho purpose of completing the Ar rangements for tho entertainment of tho senato commlttco nnd nppolntln n committee for that purpose, also to close up tho contract for tho farmers cotton warohouso entered into with the Union some time since. The question of making preparations for tho securing of nn dxhlblt from tins section of tho country for tho Jnmcfitowh Imposition will bo discuss ed and In nil probability a committee will bo nppolnted to tako chargo of tho nffnfr. , The now railroad schomo which Is underway will como In tor consldora bio discission. The district Farmers' Union oftan a two day' session lu this city tday. At the opening session nlnotc"". I icals wire represented nnd about ;r-;'ity delegates were prevent. The morning session was devoted to appointing mmlttees nnd doing pre paratory work to tho beginning of the routine. At the opening of the afternoon ses sion II. 11. Iltown of this city deliver ed nn uddreys to tho formers on tl'e subject of the removal or rortrtctt me on the lands. In his speech Mr. Hrnvn requested that thu union send repio sentntlves to tho senate conunitiee oarnigs from evory Bcctln". i)t the stnte and ikibs rewdutlons ntk'uj; that rostrlctlons he temoved so that the surplus allotments may be sold In Mo acre 1 1 nets to bona fUlo soltiors, ami tlint the Indians bo nlowed to lease the homt'stonds for a period u live year to bona fide sottlurs. Ho advised tho farmers to all bo nt thu hearing on the 21st nnd to mnko statements to the riinimlttcc and give them Informix tlon necessary. The I den Is to hnvo tho restrictions returned so as this country may be settled by homeseokors nnd tho hind;- taken away frim under the hands i tho grafters. In al probability tho session will that was done miring tho siu.ililiu u sot of resolutions wilt bo p-issed to e prmented to the couimi ui when they arrive in tho city. Tho follmvlng committees were ap pointed at the session this morning. Grievance J. T. C-i'te.-. ilrocU: Wright Jones, Herwyu; 1'. V. Jones, Sneed. Good of Order J. F. Carter, Doese; C. Thompson, Glenn, and K. II. Ver non, Mine Grove. Credentials O. K. Dardon, Lone Grc've: Gus Wilts, Ardmoro, nnd M. J Reynolds, Lone Grovo. In nl probability tho session will last two days ns a great amount ot business Is to bo nttonded to nt thi-i time. Tho number present Is dlsni pointing, which Is nttrlhutcd to the buay season of tho year. $7.50 SET OF WARE FREE With cv-rv MAJESTIC HANf.E sohl this vujok at our don nnstru tion wo wi 1 givt tibsoltut'Iv FUFK oi c set of war.-, well worth 7.i0 n cash. This wuro is on oxhlb tim nt our store and we in vitf m u to call ami sre it. I ilw l st,. Kt iiicinbcr, We piitivi'ly cannot ixo i his ware fieu with ranf any other tune but dining 'his week's sale The iMico of th MAJESTIC is the s e this weel: as any other time, but you get the ware Free and it's worth in stigxtitiif. Come and see tho Majestic Uango bako biscuits in 8 minutes an i let us show you itsquali ies. Have Hot Biscuits and Coffee with Us any- Day this weeK. i Mrs. SchMun let! Ill's morning for ,Teas Iw o ,e Will s.iend RoillO 1 1 til with relatl ejt. The Ivvcnt of t lie Season ISn.igi-tii nt nf im JiiniiH'iit Actor CHAS. B. HANF0RD Aecoinnanied by MISS MARIE DR0FNAH Presenting Sli.iktpe.ire'f ClrtMttt Historical Product ion 8 40 PEOPLE m THE PRODUGTiO.-a 40 AND A CAH LOAD OF SPECIAL SCf NERY A Series of Meatitiful Staire Settings Showing: Tho (J rimd Square in U'ome, The Uoman Synato, Thu Con r,i y in Urutns' C.uden, The (Jreat Quunvl Scene in the Tent of l utus, The Plains of I'hilhpi. An Event of Utuisiitil Artistic Iinpoi tanco. Price?, JB1.50, $1.00, 75c, and 50c FEE LIST SUSPENDED Full THIS ATTRACTION N3IC Mr. llnnfonl Mill mux-nr In the on-t nn ' Mnro Antonr." Hie rnnne role litt HiKni'ctitull) lilujeil In tlu (uliluux lliinlli-lliirrelt i-eiiililiiiitlnii 3 rn(n n O.viug to Magnitude of Production Curtain ui'l risent 8:15 Sauls on sale at Lon Frame's Druij Store Sun., 9 a. m. MUNICIPAL POLITICS. A Number of Aspirants for Position of Chief of Police. Tho coming election of olllcers in Aidmoro in April is already being talked nnd prospective candidates dis cussed. Probably tlio olllco which is nttractlng the greatest amount or at tention Is that of chief of police. The names of many candidates will bo placed for tliU olllce. In nil proba bility party lines will be drawn nn.l tho Republicans will put out candi dates ror city utllcus. If this Is dono It will necessitate a democratic primary. Die friends of a number of pros pective candidates for this olllce havo already begun tho launching of tho candidacy of their favorites by street talk. Among those who hnvo been named as prospective candidates tor this olllco nro the present Incumbent, Huck Garrett, and l.eo McCoy, c.- Chler Oavo Hooker nnd Will l-'rnser. All thoso are democrats and have n strong following In tho city. All hnvo served on tho police force o. Ardmoro and nro In u position to poll a good vote In the primaries, lie sides those there will probably ho other candidates ror the position nnd politics In tho city election may be worm. Ticlleti Tickets for Charles II. llauford on snlo Sunday. Curtain rises 8: IB. No rreo list. 1C-2 Your broken window glass should bo replaced with wholu panes ot such glass as we are selling tho clear, even, not-onslly-brokon kind. All Sizes. 1 I J. RA.M3HY, DruiMtlst. YOU SHOULD ALWAYS GET THE BEST, THAT 18 WHY YOU SHOULD LOOK AT THAT FAMOUS HOME PRIDE RANGE. "FOR SALE BY T. K. KEARNEY. 9tf POLICE COURT NEWS. Two Prize Fighters and Several Drunks Sentenced. , The misery mlu fiuiid slow but sure this morning nnd when tho final reckoning was taken thu police fund hnd gained n material growth. l-'our carousers who sat unstoadlly on the mourners' bench while tho Judge in solemn tones nml wltn a trace of regret In his voice nltlxed n flno of J8.90. Court was running ovo.r time and a session will bo held this nfternoon. Two amateur prizo lighters of different sex plead guilty. Auxiliary to Meet. The Y.-M. C. A. Auxiliary will meet Saturday afternoon nt 2 o'clock with Mrs. J. M. llalrd. The meeting is to bo ono of Importance, ns arrangements fr tho doll social nnd bazaar will be mado tomorrow nttomoon. Tho Y .,1. imaimuy umipKii ... m..u ,. ,... FXW,Um f the or leading Boclety nnd church Indies Smithsonian truss insures tho wenror of Ardmoro Is doing iinicn to raise thu fund for tho erectlr'ii of tho Y. M. C. A. homo huro. Tho meeting of tho nutllnry tomorrow afternoon Is held ror tho purpose of perfecting plans r r n bazaar which lu to bo given to raise this fund. Tickets Tickets for Charles H. llnnford on salo Sunday. Curtain rises 8:15. No frco list. 1G- Tho JewiBh ladles Aid Society will ecrvo luncheon nt the res'den-o ot Mrs. Henry Moses Tuesday, N'ovem ber 20 from 2:30 to C p. m. AH nro cordtully invited, Tho procee'lrt will ;o to tho church. l- comfort nnd satety. This truss holds perfectly b-tt with gentle pressuro f 1 .00 to $3.00, 11 F. J. HAMSI2Y, Druggist A man whose mouth Is his for tune, at tho BIJou. 1 1-6 A Race For a Widow. play that lias mot with bucccsi oth In this country nnd Kuropo comoa to Hoblson oporn houso SaturJuy nlght .It Is called "A Haco for n Wid ow" nnd ns Its title Implies Is a laugh able comedy, rilthougTi nt t linos th-3 day becomes dramatic. Tho company presenting this plcco Is unlet to ho an unusually good ono composed of well known metropolitan players, headed by tho famoiiri stnr I'eto Hakur of Chris nnd Lena fame. Seats on salo Friday. 1C-1 Conic in any day You are welcome whether you tend ti buy or nut. in- Bivens, Corlin & Frensley T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist I OPERA HOUSE Tuesday Nov. 20 ONE NIGHT ONLY Webster Culliccn P eint., t- e uuinpli caU'tl Farce dun dy ..;..;....;.....;...V.-..;..;...; n ! i mix i I HUTtnt : v ::::: : : ;..:. ; ALL FOR FUy-FUN I OR ALL Latt'st Song, Daiid s, Spu ciahies A eompctent Coinpii';y of Mirh Pro dii'irs 'I'he Laughing Uit of th Season. PWS: rn'ire lower Floor 5.0c 11 iJk U (-In .. M M If tt TicKets Tickets for Cnarlog 11. Ilanford on snlo Sunday. Curtain rises 8: IS. No rieo list. 10-2 Notice Moved C. P. Hall, rormcrly nt 122, Main street, Is now open for business. Jllg gest New and Second Hand stock oi House Furnlshlnga In tho city. Repair ing, renting, exchanging and buying. Saves $2500 per joar over Main ii'i-ed competitors. Gtvcj you hack 10 per 'cent for every $1.00 cash purchase. Runs two wagons to nil parts of tho clty.frto, My country customers can stop In my yard fre0 of chargo. Phonj 3C0 or call nt Texas Wagon Yard tu Caddo street and 3rd avonuo, o .'y three blocks north of tho Whlttlogcon Hotel. Remember wo glvo you to per cent off for cash purchases only. C. P. HALL The House Furnisher On Ensy Payments at Cash Prices. I LOOK!! LOOK!! LOOK! POOICINO KXHIIJ- lt . IV f.llt I.t'C- ct'ssary to he I oi.r RANGES Price nnd Qual t sell them. See our hand some Rtirc hut Will last a life lime for ... S25.00 They wi't give you pleas ure n well as NOURISHMENT Rubtl Allec'rftti's Chocolates and Bon-Dons T.'Mzzurrmrrrz i A T Vnrc Prtsciiptinn DrufJ rjists and stand behind our Lubcl j: f RED CROSS DRUG ST0RIU 4 uvoraujii WE PELIVSH Yur Pnrthai ....SPECIAL . . Cost Saie! COMMENCING NOV F.MHKtt 1'J AND END T.N'15 NOVKMHEK 20. I WILL tELL. BUGGIES at n sr. c: ll ant. SICK FOR YOl RSEI F T. KEARNEY ?b?.r?JL- B0kh(R'S 01D STftNH Phana 4 109 West Main -nrr " 11 11 ' ''" 1 " ""f"u v ' Eolcony. 25q ond,35c