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Atdmore, Friday, Decctnler 7, 1006.
THE DAILY A.t MOREI1E fi V C LTRECT LI ..rlTj, ' i ' P .-.c. C i ny Lxtc J . i'e on ; I cli il n Lit m m d curr mm 4 V, o4 PERSONAL v - I h 111: .'ti ffl AU'l Ii Walter C. Dean, ,caclZ 0p- Eyes Treated Free. Fine Watch Hepairinfj. A Wide Sidewalk Laid. ' tlio widest sPVwnll.s In tin territory is being lulil In front of the Hoblson opera house. Tho walk nt the lUrcmo west cud will be twenty two feet wide, while nt tlie east end It will lio nliout twenty feet wide. Walks are ticlng laid the entire length, of tho court house and opera liouso luck, except oil one lot. In tills bloc's n o the largest walk In the city. Tho i i iiuc width ft occasioned by tho In i iillar construction of the street Willi ii is wnier ai me wesi enu mini Hi tin- emt end. The walks aie ne.il Inn completion and that block will Hinn. be In pood shape Mnil.lim Ki.lla TnV for TflSS. Let us mako your Xiims pictures. V havo the lntost styles nml make the nrlces rlKht. wi-wirs studio. ?Frot flour. Doesn't eott nuli o iiiuct but I' ban no superior. Try It. 25-lra Madden Fells Toys for less. Handsome Carving ricts, An Ideal holiday gift, handsome de signs, foine In pearl handles, (load values and very cheap. Como early and get clrolco. -4tr j. n. spiiAnixs & co. Madden soils Toys for less. A Dig Snap. KWo havo a. lino of buggies which -n nffer fnr a few ilnvs nt fiitnrt milt. j&tt J. 11. SPHAOINS & CO. Ladles Free, Opera House Tonight, It accompanied by one paid HO cent ticket. liny your wire and nails from lllv ens, Corhn & nonslcy. Why wit have the latoHt styles and .best finished work fcr your holiday pictures. It costs no more. HOW EJF I EN Havo you boon requested to semi photos of your fam ily to Uinfo k in tho old states, and did you ever think how much pleasure it would Kivo them at Christ- inns time. t S. S. COLE The Photographer linn tiKi.lc nil prep.irHtlniiA by lMirini; .,. new caril ilinli;nH. nil nf which Ji.-iw J. Ium.ii ciirt'fully 1.,-Ii'iMimI, ., n li ... plnn the iniiMt cxnrtlni;. Youihiiillil ... iiltem! tu tliU nt once. Hh lunkft etury ulri. from a HtHtnp 1 a life- ... ulleii purirnlt Don't foriret. Over Ardmorc Nat'I Bnnlt : T--!"!""!--i":'t-!"-:-M":-t-w-v-."i-:" ? "A Stitch in time I Saves Nine." f $ 25c worth of Ked Gros ? I Cold Cure may savo you a X f SU.00 doctor bill. j Wo 1111 Proscriptions fir- rcctly with tho Drus the doctor orders. j Rubel $ Allee'retti's $ Chocolates and J Bon-Bons J .f Are the best. A trial will convince you. Z I I I RED CROSS DRUG STORE t WE DELIVER f Your Purchai i Phone is BOfiNER'S OLD STAND '.;. .v...J...;..;.i...H. T. N. T - z 4- S- I$ m The City Druggist 1 Phone 4 109 West Main in" rtni i iff lutt ii . jnJ at ill iif'i t- ROBISON'S OPERA HOUSE 2-NIGHTS-2 DECEMBER 7 $ 8 THE LAST SEASON'S F A VO R I T E S Crawford's I8P0PLE1S AND AND ORCHESTRA. "The Gates of Jujtlce." "Uncle Zcke. In a Full Line of New Plays Specialties and Scenery. SPECIALTIES. Music lictwci n ucli and every art. Hand concert dally In front of reserve seat sale nt noon; In front of theater Ht 7 p. m. Our Symphon;- Orchestra will present tlio following descriptive music: The Hunting Scene. Nigger In the Barn Yard. A Trip to the Circus, Classic William T")i. Overture. Caliph of Ilagdad, Ovortmu, utc PRICES 25, 35 and 50 Cens. In Police Court. Tho police were after the vags last night and two of thesu scums of tho city were arrayed before bis honor tills morning to answer to the elmrgo of being a vagrant. They did not have .tho necessary amount to keep them out of the clutches of the street com mlssloncr and are today making little j rocks out of tho big ones. Two for 'being drunk pleaded guilty and paid lines. Outside of this the police court hns been a place of rpiletudo today and nothing has occurred to mar tho .;. couiposiiio of tho department. Ladies Free, Opera House Tonight, If nccompanlcd by ouu paid CO cent ticket. Madden sells Toys for less. IF YOU WANT A PAIR OF WINS LOW STEEL SKATES AT COST SEE !)tf T. K. KEARNEY. The ladies of t3 South Ardmoro Ilaptlst church will serve supper to nluht at tho pastor's now home, first door north of thf church. All or dlall- Invited. LOOK LOO ROOKING EX III II- its lire not net- ccssary to hell our RANGES Price and Quality w?H them. Seeourlmnd some Ilaniie that will last a life titno for.... 25.00 COLEMAN Stevens. KenncfJgrains VI. ,l D i ;.. w IM ".e Clt .lor I Inn m is a ll.l tlO'll I.I'O'I. tdtor to- .1. 'I llinmin of M.Killl visitor In Aidniore toda. Mis Sillweli II. Itusscll Is confined to he r rooms with Illness. .Major lllll Is terloutly III St 111 home on North Washington streot. .1 II Cnton, a farmer living near I).i1s, was here today on business. .loe i: Harris, a prominent cllUen of Leon, was nil Ardmore visitor yes terday. Miss Ola Hollowny, stenographer at the city hflll. Is still confined tu her rooms with Illness. Mrs. Itusscll Wllllsms tins returned from Texas after a visit of some weeks with relatives In that state. Mrs. .1. A. Sykes. formerly of this it. now or Muskogee, Is visiting at the home of Mrs. T. K. Kearney. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mcl.emore left cHtcrday Hfternoon for Gainesville where they will spend low woeka Isltlng frlenda and relatives. Miss Certrudo Tennery, a former student of Selvldge Business college, left tcduy for Pauls Valley, where sho has accepted a position with the Santa Vc Trust bank. It. A. .fonts and mother re'ir-;nl yesterday from point In Mlmemil wlir-ro Mrs. Jones has been visiting f.r some time. Mr. Jones we! Missouri to acrompany her home. Dr. J. T. Gnston lu In Ardmore fioni Ohio, to locate llr. (Inston hao prac ticed medicine but ono year, and do cldfd to Kmc to a new country and grow nil with It. Ho thinks Ardmore Is a good live town nml will open offices licre. 1 A. Phelps, a farmer of Mnploton, Minn., Is among the prospectors to arrive In Ardmore today. Mr. l'htdps Btntcd that lie had Informed himself well upon this country and would lo- cnto hero. J.and Is worth from J50 to CO per acre In Minnesota, and does not produce as great amount of stuff ns the land here which can bo luiuglit for less than half that amount. RETURNED FROM CONVENTION, W. F. Warren, Delegate to the Nation al Drainage Convention. Returns. AV. I-'. Warren, delegate from tho Ardmote Commercial Club to the Na tional Drainage Convention, which met In OklulAima City yesteruar, re turned last nlghf. The meeting cf tho convention was the Tirst of tho kind ever held and wa culled for the pur pise of perfecting a permanent organ. Izatlon which wouM bo national. Tlio purposo of the Drainage CVingrosg Is to protect and encourage tho drain ago ot rivers and other streams for commercial purposes. Representatives from sixteen stntos wero In attendance. The permanont organization elected Reorge H. Ilars tow of Haretiv, Texas, president. A committee composed of flvo jepre sontatlvcB of tho two terrltorlo wero appointed (u iri-sent a petition to Un constitutional convention, ntiw In ses sion nt Guthrie, In an effort to get that body to take somo action rook ing forward to the passage of legis lation which would effect tho drain age of rivers In tho new state. Mr. Warren was made a member of this commlitcc. The petition will bo pre sented rt tho convention somo time next week. It Is the Intention to get tho matter before the convention at once, that somo clenso may bo placed I ntho con stitution, making It accessary tha. Inws be passed nt tho first session of the legislature, governing tho drain age of rivers and appropriating funds for this work. M'-. Wo: ren stntod that this mutter woiitd nffect tho Washita and the Hat on ilvcrs anil would prove of In estimable ndvautago to Ardmoro. Mr Warren .had been trnifriicled by the f ominci clal Club to Invito tho convention to held their next meeting In this city. Ho was assisted by Col. Illll Cross of Oklahoma, who placed the niotmn that Ardmoro bo chosen as the next meeting place. This city received tho support of a imtilbor of delegates, hut n tho Drainage Con gress Is a nntmnal matter, It was thought advisable, to hold tho noxt meMng In nnother section of tho country tunn the west. Therefore, Mlnneupo.iB, Minn., was selected ns Hie next meeting place, with tho r remise that should tho second meet irg t.f the association be held In the ivm Ardmoro would get It. Mr Wuirrn slated thai tho petition 'i ' ' piesent l to tho constitutional i -ill. n !" the committee Had been pi , i l .-.ml to would leave for Outh rle ii t week Kumo time, wliero the committee wouK astemble ntnt jiro eitthe pctltton la ti body. Mnddcn sells Toys for less, vH, irAIUMt'MI l.in 1 imimH. la n 1 1, n' I 1 1 . !l ,1 1 , 1 1 .'C , on w hi. I sin" i i',.,,. ,ne In lie inn The tight will bp ejiie.iiled to the l iiuiid.irliH .if tfle stri'et ear sn teni rn Hose slice? CTTCre l' ai not alrenctv cut as far ne the car line goes. Quite n force of elei tilcl.ins nr.' At wOTk placing additional lights on the system. On many ?rcc the lights had to he extended only one , block while on oTTiers tliev were i- ' tendeil several block. TTew posts an.l 1 wires are being strung and the worU Is tiiMvlnB to bo no small lob. The 'extension of the light I pre imrnlorj' to tht beglmiing or the lay ing ot the street railway line Won, on the line Is to begin a-i si on ns tho paving Is begun on main street This It Is said Will not be more Hum two weeks off. S.V rrndln.: wtirl. K expected to begin In le.iu time than Hint n ml when U Is heitun I lie grade will also bo made for the street rail road. M. T. l-'elker has Just reccUcd shipment of nlco fresh i nlers. Constable Hutebens Inju'sd. llob Ilutchens, constable of the court, was Injured In a runaway e.. terdny afternoon near Mnrsdeii. Mr. Ilutchens had gone to the counii to serve subpoenas on witnesses, lie was driving a spirited team near Mnrnlen when the horse became frightened. Mr. llutchon win thrown frm l:c h'lt'y. Ills Iliad was hint and his body bruised consldei iblv. He was brought to Ardmore last nk'ht and taken to his home In the north east part of tho city where physicians attended his Injuries. It was at fhvt thought his skull was fractured, but upon further examination the skill! is not fractured but his he-id Is hurt badly. M. T. 1-Vlkcr has Just received shipment of nice fresh oyster. It Arrested for Assault, l'rnnk Turner, n native, was fined JS.'jO In tho police court this nfter noon on a charge ot simple assault. Turner paid tho Alio and was i doss ed. Immediately afterwards he was arrested by the federal Huthorltien on tho charge of aggravated nssnult. Turner Is charged with assaulting Dr. It. 1). Mooru. It Is said that Turner was drinking nud claimed that Dr. Mooro uNved htm a debt. He accosted Dr. Mooro and it Is said drew a knlfo He mndo butid on the charge and will lio given a preliminary hearing next ween. Turner is a farmer nnu lias a quiet manner when not drinking. M. T. 1'elkcr hns Just received shipment of nice frosh oysters. Trial of Case Postponed. The Ulal of tho caso of tho United Uales vs. lien Colbert, Guv. TXiuglus Johnston et al, on charges of 'tunimlt ting fraud against the government In connection with some school land deals, has been postponed until tlio March Term of tho court at Tlshomhr go. These cases woro to havo houm tried tit this term but on Kccount of tho ItluoBs of Col. Stllwell 31. Hum ell and tho absence of W. I. Cruco, an other attorney lu tho cttto a lust jxmument was had. Y. M. C. A, Auxiliary. Tho ladles of tho Y. M. C. A. Aux iliary met with Mrs. Wolierton Wed nesdny afternoon and completed tho work of arranging for tha Y. M. C. A 'haxaar to ho held Dec. 14 nnd IS After tho business of tho mooting, dainty refreshments weio serve!!. The ladles itieclded that as the nlliinioon had been so pleasantly as w-Ml uh profitably spent, thoy would meet with Mjb. Wolverton gain next Wed nesday afternoon nt 2 o'cIock. Wo deslro thnt all members 1u jire sent ns this will bo tho last limning held liefore tho lia.anr. Mm. J. W. riKI.DHH. Stey. IF YOU WANT A PAIR OF WIN S LOW STEEL SKATES AT COST SEE 3tf T. K. KEARNEY. Madden sells ToyB for lees. Tho Crawford Comedians arrived 'm tho city today lit' noon and will ay pear at the Itoblson opera house to night. Tlioy pnrufloi! tho streets with a good band at uonn and made a lln npjiea ranee. Mortuary Rccorc M fi. Caliow.iv h'.-"1 73Iyearf. died this niurnlni' nt S; rinae7Tofifnieiinio- tila. The i r m , Ins wllljllX'Xlliteneil Satuiihn ui i in i ijOtKttKV Piirln-- t ceuuMi i jflpneiinio- llteneil i flirlu-- r L ' I. lie i leftf today for Miib ,rn I ( where In- irm oTiymsln'Ks for Ike firm I of Hanway. Owenap Klllott. People rjadfall" tho want a&t lo ho aftorpoqnjpaper. RCBISCN OPERA FHIDAY, DECiMDKR 14 "Cyclonic Success, South and North" "The CInnsman's" HemarKable History: mil. mil .mil ,i half I enpl lav , , n the phi;.. A in l i in .in. I a h.ilf pen.ile mm,. , uni il aw.l. r.n olilee r I'm dt fh.iiti iiil lii err Mirl f the rountry. l'lie .li-itmt ami Hiieci-svfni ennagetnenls In New York. Itni.d I'm iklm liiH to every prlncliwl city In the t'nlti d States. Tpfl flfl KS1 Sp.elilU si'lei'leO cant uf fort v prln RlSEij ill ai- -inailnini) of -iipeiiiuirei in Ich r.&lin 5j ,lni' ' ',,IP 'if ca.ili Tmrm'H rar rtl -W ')L ' ' ' ' '" ' 1 ' ' '' elec DY THOMA3 DIXON, Jr. l'ri.ni bis famous Novels, lie I.eopaiil'M Sp.ils." and 'The Clansman, r WARNING Order your seats by mall, sending lemillaiice with order. In tlil-t way j on will avoid bevlng to pay exeisule prices to speculators, as was the case last sen. in, DIRECTION fiP CKOKlili II. Hit UN NAN Prices Lower Moor, $1.50; Gallery, 51.00 and 50c THE DELM0NTE Sr:ui'd vloor Vc3t of Uoicn i: epot. i, linn Ii . i ,i'i limn (i i, ! d , .net il".lil. Vti aeli ilrln n f- llni fin a -p. 'i)i li'xi 1 1 ' i 1 1 1 1 M 1 - ,iinl tot HAVE YOU SEEN Those FINE DIAMONDS and That BRILLIANT CUT GLASS at BULARD'S? Doti't forget our lino Painted I'hina anl Hie linest Watches and Jewelry Hindu Our holiday line of Novelties ncltides l!.ie!c-Coinl):i, Umbrellas, Hand M.t's, Silverware and tl'o New Statij Souvenir Spoon . No trouble to show crouds . Hn frruvin' done freo . We do Watch K'i.iinnn that others fall down on. ' KYKS TESTED VKKK, uxi lut on n pair oT llulard's Itrilliant Pebbles and you can SKI5 A. A. BULARD, 112 West Hair.. Ardmore. DOING STREET WORK. All Avcnuer North to De Graded, Alto Washington Street. j A. Moore, who has chaigo of the work on the streets, has a large force of men employed grading and work ing l'ourth avenue northwest. A num ber of these nro woiklng out lines while others nio hired for the work. Jt Is tho Intention of tho street com missioner to grade all the nvemtes north from 1'oiirth to Ninth nveniio Inclusive. This work will be rushed at once. Tho work of rourth avenue will bo completed In n few days. Washington street north of Mnln will also ho graded by the coinmls slonor and considerable work done on It. This street has lecelved ve:y llttlo uttentron of lato nnd Is lu a very bad condition. The laying of j sewer, wViter and gas mains on It ban ' kept It torn up for the past six months nnd tho news that work will begin on It soon Is recelted with pleasure by tho residents of that street. Madden sells Toys tor less. HOME PRIDE RANGES SAVES FUEL, COOKS DETTER AND LASTS LONGER. YOJ SHOULD SEE THEi.i. Utf T. K. KEARNEY. An elegant" stag ltirrilo carving set makes a fine piteut for ChrlstunH Tarvor has thtm. Tt' At the Jait llvnrythlng was extretMcly (pilot al tho Jail today, and with tho excep tion of a few brought In htto yester day afternoon. Up to tiooa today no now arrivals camo In. .1. M. Heser, who -was arrested a few days ago after being lelensed on a charge of forgery was ruleaed to day on band. Ladles Free, Opera House Tonight, If accompanied by one paid 50 cent lit&ut. Local Cotton Market. Ten cents was the best cotton would bring today on the streets and this was for the best grade. Whllo pi Ices aro ranting around the ten cent, tho market hns a tendency to go lower than this and as low as S:00 was paid for tho worat grades. The receipts hare been good consider ing tlio price, although qultu a few are holding their ootton for bter prices. nl nil li ni'iriiiiiK lor ilc. SPHERE IS A CHARM in ond floods which no advertisement can c antTate. ( Htr t;u(.ds have that charm. Lockets . Chains Prooehes Kind's Watches Fobs .. $1 00 to SG 00 SI 50toS7 50 $1 00 to S5 00 50c to $25 00 SI 00 to S35 00 $2 50 to 85 00 Let us show you, and don't contract the idea you are obliged to buy because you look, fOLEMAM BROTHERS. IN DIRUGS AND J12WELKY 20JW.Maln. ARDMORE AND NIXON ENGRAVES IT! RAILROAD OFFICIALS, Here This ,7ornln0 on Tour of In- tpection and Were Pleased. II. IT. kludge, second vice president of the Itock IslatiTl. with Iteadriuaifi r , at uiucago, spent a few lytra lu Anl intire this morning. Mr. Mudge came In on hli special car from Oklahoma City over tho Santa Ke. The ear was transferred to tho Itock Island. Ho was mot here by Oonorai Superintend ent II. M. Hallock of I.lttlo Itock ami Trnlnmastor W. Itudd of Halleyvllle. who camo In m-er tho Choctaw yes terday evening. Tho party loft this morning nt 7 ovor tho Itock Island for I.lttlo Itock where Mr. Mudge wll' spenil today and tomorrow. The vb'.t of the ufllclals was an Inspection ot the road-bed of the Choctaw District. Mr. Mudio spent part of his time her In the otllce of the local agent. It other mattersg dSo.Mt.. ot s, tan Sangtter, Inquiring after huslu?ss and other matters of the road. Ladies Free, Opera Hours Tonight H ncooimianled by one paid 50 cent ticket. ATTEMPT TO MB mm DARING WORK OF ONE MAN TO OBTAIN MONEY. Alarm is Given, Robber Flees and Is ' ""i"' y urowo and Officers Who Ar Held at Bay for an Hour Express Driver Killer. Uy Associated I're.i Orest Haail. Kan l. . .,. daring attempt here nt S o'clock u,,'- morning ill roll tho J, V. Hrlnkin t in imny banR. alinrl-hiin,iH . . - - . , u l.l.lll , I l gave his linmn nm nu. a i Kansas City, was surrounded and fm luiiiieroil. I lllll Westfall. llrlvar fnr ,1,.. II .il . Kargo exnrcss niiiitmnn .n. but..., .... a shot fired by one of the pursuer:-. i-Bwis wniKwi into tne liank a few minutes after It mill iMtlntlny n nunl vat nt A T. lor, the cashier, ordered the lai'ter to throw up his hands. In an Instant a clerk itixlffml Into it,.. i n. . - ..." mull II11U fll'L oil the bum nr ntarm ui. n,...i nnd linmetllntely darted up nn alley! .v crown 01 mon nnd hoys soon worn close bhlnil Mm I tl t.,l.,lt nn.t n Ing hlmsoir being hemmed In, tho """ 'mi mu upiiairs in me wells I'anto bulldlnv. tun l,lv.i, , . bunk. , On the second floor he locked him self lu a room and for an hour de'b' 1 arrest. Several soots were llred Into the room In an attempt to dislodge tho robber. One bullet struck and Instnntly killed Driver Westfall. who wob In the express office on the street floor. Plnally nller parleying for nu hour with Ids pursuers, I.ewls sur rendered nnd was taken to the county Jnll. Oftlcers hollovo tho name I.ewls is fictitious. Tho man snld ho camo hero from Chicago three days ago to do the Job. Tho cashier gnvo tho robber threo hundred nml fifty dollars, which was recovered In tho Jnll. A crowd followed tho man to tho Jail crying "lynoh him," nnd It was difficult for tho officers to keep him from tho iixclt'-d people. Ho Is 20 roars old and well drosscd. Ho says ho had contributed stories .o newspapers nnd magazines but th.-y vero not accepted nnd ho bocaniy it', couraged. Grover Has lodlqsstion. Dy Associate: ua. Now Yn-n, IJh- c Crura.' Cleve land Is ' , ni his luw nt I'rlnceton with ncnie InoXgoitlnn. l'lislclins ay ho Is not In n very surlourf condl :lon, but Is In pain. DURGLARS AT WORK. rdmore Dry Goods Company's Ware house burglarized. Tho wiro room of tho Ardmoro Dry loods Co., was pried Into last night ml n number of articles taken. Tho lorks lost their work suits and a irgo numbor of cast-off lints and loos whlctThad been left In tho storo era taken. Nothing of much valuo as missed. It Is thought tho dopu 3nds nro tho guilty parties. FIRE AT OIL MILL. Ig Dlaie Averted by Quick Response of Employes. What camo near being a disastrous i) originated In tho cotton seed meal orago room at the Ardmoro Oil and llllng company's cotton mill Sntur ly morning about 7 o'clock. Tho flro was Ignited by a match issing through tho gin stand. Tho itton teed room p-.irt tho ! .orago room soon filled with flames, ho flro lighting department of tho illl, which Is n complete ono, and ca tble of coping with almost an tiro hen first discovered, was called out id extinguished the blazo. The dani jo was slight tho greatest damage idng dnno to the gin stand, and tho otton 'seed moal by wnter. Tho city fire department wag not ailed out. BOYD'S CHRISTMAS Beautiful DooKs Toys Dolls Calendars Xmas Cards Dlbles Fountain Pens Fancy Stationery Art Goods Boyd's Booli Store On your wjr to the r-oitotnce