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Ardmore, Wednesday, December 12,
PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY AlUJf IOR.EI TB Trr" tr'" IMPOFU HOLIDAY mr-asV'Ji vmtmtcm i mi 1 1 1 1 i II w rirst. ycu save money en everything purchased htrs at a time when such saving It apt to be appreciated. Second, you find an unusual assortment of thoae goods which make practical sensible gi ts. Third, you get quality. Whatever It I, large or small. It Is worthy and contains real value for every cent of ct-jt. Tine Perfumes; Imported and domestic, In packages of all sis and in bulk. Toilet Articles: Brusher, mirror's, combs, etc., singly and In eomolnatlcn. Latest goods t irect from the makers. I'oehetbooks and titirses In fancy leathers, especially suitable for gift purposes. rney Stationery; all the new styles. Better see first wheth. rr wc have not what will newer beet. If so, you can buy your self a gilt with what you sae. F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist j Cor. Cnddo anil Main SlrceU GO TO For Your Xmas Perfumery and TOILET SETS Fine Stationery, Games, Mechanical Toys, Animal Toys, Hobby Horses and Automobile Wajjons We have the MOST COMPLETE line of DOLLS IN THE CITY, also Doll Heads nnd IlufjRies. In fuct EVERYTHING that SANTA CLAUS can use PLOWS CANiHES Frank Borryliill r Proinplnos, Knowledge and Absolute Indemnity are the characteristics of our agency Roberts & Iioiuicr, INSURANCE and BONDS. telepiione( n roll CARRIAGE OR DAGGAGE Ardmore Transfer Co. W. R INGRAM, Manager. I-ariU'st Union t'arrlaKu l.lno In tlio CI..'. $6 VALUE FOR $5 OmIIi t tut r.l. ..nt' M'tr, Cft OH KfsilUr i'l. .'. pJ.UU Sluim's Oklih nu M4gj;l.ie t'R W. tin in'-. It him Ciittiunl tn. I G nn '. Ili-stlliir I'ni'B .31. Kgu' ir ilii'rltlliin tor Gf, III) Both lor On Year lor ? $5.00 Only ,. .. Li't uih Nt'ii.l vuii nn Hnltt.t.rlttlo-i I'aln litir It i-.tio.ii&ii muiiv ttiiuT ttiii iiki-tlii--. WrlTH t..r I-l.t.lrti Adilr-M. F. Gillum's Mai;.t:inc Agency, DblSI. AltUMDIlB, OKI.A, i--.t,, '-- 1 Benevolent Society. The Benevolent Society will meat With Mrs. J. A. Madden Thursday tt, It o'clock. All who would llko to help us by .lunations or personal work In dis pensing M'jrry Christmas to many v Hose Joys are fe wpleaso meet with nn, SHIS. J. C. THOMPSON. President. MUS. S. S. TOU30N, TrcHgnrer. MUS. J. A. MADDEN. Secretary. Corrugated Iron in all lengths at lllv ens Corlin & Frensley's. i .n J) lie C. w 1 Hi V I, o 1 T.; din . j hi .e. ii.. suit I t j . H ffiiian Druu i o i AN I J FACTS j I Phoni? 3U L L THE DRUGGIST Exclusive Afjentt far HUYLEH'S CANDIES For E'orytluiti That Is Made of TIN. Tin Roofini a Specialty ANNOUNCEMENTS. The fi lends of W. I. t'ruce announce him as a candidate for reelection as a uiemlier of the city school board. Klecilon. Ih'.', ;u. ,. , II... f. lends of I.. II. Love announce him as a candidate for re-election to membership In tho hoard of trustee of the Ardmore public ichnola. Klec- lion Dee 29 Madden n'lU Toy for leas. SEWERAGE PLANS ACCEPTED, ' Board of Truitecs Accept Plant for School Ouildlng. call iiieeltng of the public school i t.i... iih in-iii jemeruaj aiiernoon f.x i he pui pose of approving the plans of the plumbing work on the sewer ,ie MiHiem to bo run Into the new i.. n un iiiiiiiiiuk. ino pians as pre- nie.l were accepted and waled bids will be itihe.llsed for. Tho contract lll he awarded to the lowest and lust bidder. The seweragp line has been extend- etl to both buildings, one In the Sec- nnd and one In the Fourth ward. The work Is to begin as soon as bids are accepted ns It Is the Intention to complete the building In the Second ward by the middle of January. That m tnr Fourth ward will also be com- .lMt,a n. aoon M possible. Tho 1)UU1. . accented by the board will be complete ond are said to ecu- - - ,mafv"'"wm - ' ,-MBM" ista ovpry provision which Is ttaetl-, rn. neittralUe. if not nullify corn ed to supply the buildings with suit-, tMfy. every effort mado to provotit. able water and sewer connections. i Madden sella Toys for less. The Ardmorelte will pay 10c oaob Isting ovlls, and at no time heretofore for the first throe copies of The llvo we had o satisfactory assur Dally Ardmorelte of Nov.H that reach I "nces from Wathlngton that neodeil us. Ctf i legislation will be passed by con- ,. gress. Let us not, then, from over- Madden sells Tos for less The ijufcn of the Kl'ct en 1 Wl He I-'' ' fit or I , ,,no 83cU and ou wi' e "' ' II .rue & RlB?s whole Eaie il'-m-u.rj 2.1 lm want action TO ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN LOBBY AT WAIHINOTON. During Present Term of CohgroM t Have Restrictions Htntovetl Se ns Taxes May B Bfllstd to Support Counties, ('. O. Ilunn or this city has writ ten the fnlhiwlna; open letter to Ilia (V mtmrrlal Club and cltltena at large of Anltnore and the surround- ti.g cdiintry asslng thorn to take siniic steps toward the establish mi'iit niiil maintenance of lobby at Washington during the present ses s.l.ni of Congress rooking towards so i in Iiik suitable legislation for the re ini'vnl uf restrictions so thnt tlifl farming lands of this country may bp owned by the tillers of the soil. The letter Is as follow: ' Tim people of Indian Territory, more especially those resldlnK In tlw ' Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, are interciileil Intensely In the iiiieatton of allenailoii of the (arming Iniul. Our future prosperity. In tny Jiiiln tnent. ilepemls tiH)n tho tiwnershlp ami settlement of our farm lands, by farmers. To attain thu highest degree of pioHrlty, every aero of farming land should be tilled hot by tenter and lsee, but by farmer who own the soil, who nro and will become a part of the permanent cltltutihl tif this country, and thereby become Identified wllh every Interest for tho Imiirovemeiit of present conditions. "When wo Iieeome a utate, every tan-payer will l confronted for tho first time with the nuetlrn of oup- lwirt tif our county and tale govern ment. Iew of us, perhaps, have con sidered that the federal government baa expended In thu ChlcknRRW na tion iilime, enrlt year for several earn. upwnrd of $lS0,unn fnr the mal'ilenance of court. The expense i r milnlaluliiK coiut Is but one Item of many in the expense tit a county nnd Htate government. When wo bo conic a state, olllclaU mint be paid, roails muxt ho constructed, school Iiiiiihi m nml bridge built. "Ii In a very serious problem for i hose ttl.r- have considered tho mat ter lv determine how till expense Ih to be defrayed under present con ditions, except by taxing the proper ty In the toMis, and tlilR of cou?ac, uould be almost tro burdensomu t& contemplate. Take our own record ing district, for Instance, which wo are told will be a county. The taxo for a county government under pres ent conditions must be made almost entirely out of the property located In Ardmore and ho ihnen or more Binnll towns located In this recording district. The tltlo to most of the land In the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations mill remnlns In the original allottie, and tiiuHr the law Is non taxable while It remains so. Tho rale of taxation In Ardmore, for tho supiiort of city government alone, U over two ercent. "We are Informed that the Sennto committee will recommend legls- latlon wIllPn (f enartedi w, mahe tt ,10,g,b to Uenato mmt ot tlie an(lli and tn, nmKo lcln taxnbI(,, The goal wo have been endeavor ing to reach for so long Is about to lo be attained. The removal of re strictions, as tho expression I pop-! ularly under! j. I about to be ac-! rompllshed, but It Is nn undeniable truth that Important local leglsla-1 tlon like this Is often defeated In Wii.hlnntfitt h.,t ii. rin-.i. i mmH, bceve ,, cp.fln of ,,. K The mendlltlon of tne s,,nate rm,,,,,,,, ,,. ony K0Vern tne actitm of tno Sf,nato , ,, oe. currej frequently. The House Com - miiin, i , .n .,.,....,. , ........ mm - I" ,(, llll-U III ' ,H matter. It would be foolish for onco wl" nut bo necessaij on this s tls to believe that m opposltlcu will1!'' 1,111 Mr- Franklin snvs he win he encountered In nn effort to "obtain rema'n ,n Guthrie several d.i;. s git the dealril legislation. Thpre are ,,n belter acquainted with i.m.li men in the Indian Territory, nnd out ' ,lon "'"I learning what mm le ( of It. who will oppose It. Some will j peeled In regard to questions of lm profit by a continuance of present ' portnnco to his town. The oih. i conditions, and these will endeavor i memheM of the committee w 111 ko in to make their opposition effective. 'Guthrie shortly. "We, as patriotic, enterprising clt - Uens of the new commonwealth, should uso every hormrable means, to secure needed legislation, and bv our earnest. Intelligent, energetic cr onipusiiment ot tins result, lm i'hiiivul- cidieus ui Arutnoro should be In tho forefront of every movement for the correction of ex- confidence and a sense of absolute -eiiiriiv nt-gleci t,t glvp to those' ii --nien anil senators who are 1 ttnh U3 f hai sipi'.)-. tttilch patriot '-" nnd 'h imrjr'suti qirstlons In xiicl m nt tat let eac'i Individual I) I n"i- -nary fur thu lit till iin ii' if the I I ii'Kiilta ' I h.s Ii lip slit rl seshlon of con I liiii'tiri i t n.ithtnnl qiii'itlofiH lm. In unci ujtun congress tv ! t In i il.l.-m. Wo fdiould maintain In Wu.hlBRton this winter an encr ;(iti luteins, nt lobby. In assist In rrevi ntlnn our Imimrtwnt loon) que- ', Hons from helm? sidetracked, and to dti thl reojiilrei funds. The farmer propone, with chararterMtte patriot- lioii, to raise funds for this purposo, but the business men and people ot Ardmore should not lie rrntentml to alt Idly ami compel the farmers to bear the necessary burden and ex lienae "Do yon not think It a Rood plan tb call a masi.mectlng of our cltliens, or a mooting of tho Commercial Club, to take necessary action In these mallars at mire? Very trulv youra, CLINTON 0. IllINN'. Madden sells Toys for lass. Dick of Ardmore, ' Mayor Dick, of Ardmore, Is In the city attendlnK the meeting of may or. Mr. Dick la one of the model mayor of Oklahoma, lie I n staunch I nonuuual ' ..I .....I tiDuiwifli tiii'i inj.,i,fl,nt7n lni mill Integrity. Through hi wise adminis tration Arilmore has grown and nour ished. (ilithrle Lender. Police Court Dull, Thing were quiet In jiollco court circle thla morning and It took tho mill only n fuw minute to grind out Justice to tlio two who pleaded guilty to being drunk. Ilut.'l paid the Hue and were release 7 Police ofllcurs slate tho city I very unlet at present and there I practically nothing doing. All punton having donations fur tho V. M. C. A. Ilananr are request ed to leave them at Mr. Mttle'g res idence on Ilroadway. 12-3 Madden ae'ii Tny for losa. Mis Irene Kddlemnu wishes to an tiounco that she will accept a limited number of music pupils. Applications will ho received at her residence, 203 ( St., southwest. 10 tt Ardmore Man Honored, KrlendH of II. P. Iteo of this city will bo pleased to loam that ho has been appointed ofllclal reporter for the constitutional convention. Mr. lice left Tuesday for (luthrlo and receiv ed thu appointment Immediately upon arrival there, lie was sworn In yes terday morning at 10 o'clock nnd be gnu hi duties at once. Tho position of official reporter for tho conven tion U a tcspongtblo ono nnd Mr. Ileo will be In touch with nil proceed tug of thnt body. Madden sella Toys for less. W. I .Poland. Tom Smith. J. It. Spraglnti nml J. M .llalrd left yester day afternoon for Chlchaslin. From that isilnt they will go Into tho coun try several mile and spend n few days hunting nnd fishing. Tho party goes well prepared to hag all the ga.uo they find nnd expect a good hnttl. ' Attorney W. M. I'ranklln wn In Ardmore thig morning from Madlll en route to (luthrlo, where ho goes to rop- rosont the Commercial club of Madlll In matter of Importance before tho constitutional convention. Mr. Frank- lltn In company with other residents ot Madlll were appointed at a recent meeting of tho commercial club of that ell;, to prejent the rn.it. or of boundui linos for Madlll to the con ventlon. When nsked this morning , wnt ""'pa tue committee would take " no nutter of preaenling these rec ommendntlons to the convention. Mr Franklin replied thnt they had not de- elded and would be governed In Up ' lH'a,1,', of things when the i. .iih Guthrie. In all nrobabllltv iheh- ., ! ' The 'hamplon pocl player or the ' I'ttH1'! States will give an exhibition I of ouri 8"' a half this evening at DeWltF Illlllard Parlors. Do your holiday baking th Wh to Frost flour. Dossn't cost qul.o m tn.ict. but It has no suporlor. Try It. 25-lm The W. C. T. V. will meet with Mrs. J. A. Madden Wednesd.iv after noon at 2 o'clock A full attendance Is deslr.nl. M. H INGRAM. Sec UROWN &' DRIDGMAN Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers, Largest line of Funeral Qoods In Indian Territory. mi,' Km l GAPITAL SUGGESTIONS (t'ontlni'otl friuii pngo one ) Of I lillr-f It WO'. Id Ii m ll'is.ll fo7 Hi !(.' Islnturi- In hi Ii ft capable mi'n roe from any in'snle Influence tn i select the site for the city. If It could bo dime, when the time came for the removal of the rapltiu. all that would lie necessary would ! to move Into the building." W. fl. Johnson paid: 'I think the rheme a gc.nl one provided It could i bn carried out. I would like ! Sour state have the fltinat capital dtv of nny state In the union and If iln phtn wag carried out we Could tiavo It. I would like to n cliy laid nut toll the plan of tho city of Washlm; If,!. If tho plan suggested by Mr. Dolman waa put Into effect we could have a modern city by the time the limit was out for the capital at (iuth rlo. I wotlld like to see a city as cap ital of Jho new slate cover about 10,000 acres of land In a park. I would favw the .creation of the penitentiary or penal Institution near where the rock miarrlr are and not at the capital. Prisoners should be put to work near whero work is plentiful." It. 11. Pilgll, n citizen, when seen this morning, favors the plan out- lined by Col. Suggs, anil stated that far the iwst several weeks he has been traveling throughout the south- west and those cltle that abound with ivnrk are the cltle that abound growing. Whllo out on thl trip, Mr. Pugh stnted Hint a number of people wnro making Inquiries about the new stato and that a soon as tho restrictions are removed this section will grow faster than ever before." Quit paying a fancy price, but use a genuine fancy Hour. Try one unci; ot White Trost. Sold by ull grocers. K'l tn CHAPTER ELECTS OFFICERS. Ardmore Royal Arch Masons Elected Officers Last Night. The lloynl Arch .Masons lii tegular session last night elected officer for thu ensuing year. The result of tho election Is ns follows: (loo. II. llruce. High Prfojt. 1". A. Richmond, King, Leo McCoy, Scribe. Jno. I., (lalt, Secretary, A. II. Palmer, Treasurer. C. T. Krascr, C. of II. A. II. Palmer, P. S. .1. W. Hanks. II. A. C. (1. M. Cunningham, M. of 3rd Veil. J. V. Hannah, M. of 2nd Veil. W. A. Wlniblsh, M. of 1st Veil. W. A. Ollllam, Sentinel. Tho ollleera will bo Installed at tho noxt mooting of tho order. To Spend Holidays, U. C. IiOiiRlitridgclslnthocIty from Portnles, N. M., to spend a while with friends and relatives. Mr. I.nughtrldgo In company with other Ardmoro poo- to spend tho holidays. Mr. Loughtrlilgo pie went to Portnles a month or so ago tho hardware store of the Hardy-Kood loo company, former Ardmoro people, had hi hand badly Injured by the accidental illschargo of n pistol. He hag been unable to work slnco that tlmo and has returned to Ardmoro to spend tho holidays. Mr. Lnughrldga Is still unable to use his Injured hand. Tho champion pod player of tho United States will give an exhibition of ono hour and a half this evening at DoWttf Illlllard Parlor. 1 Fine Silverware, llpfnro yon make your holiday p'lr chase mo our Hue of silverware. Wo offer better gi.ods for less money than any other hou.-fl In Ardmore. 4tf J. . SPRAGIN8 & CO. ' G reat Reduction! $8.50 Any choieojin Mistlt Suits worth tlnico tlio amount tit $8.50 1-4 Off on all Hcldman's i A ntrMn llto fn I n 1 bcr 27, and will last two THINK MORE Vh is it Hint the uveiage man Ik worth no much le-s In money and prnpcity than we have a right to e'.peet him to be It Isn't because he doesn't make the money for the average man Ih Industrious and has carmd from $10,000 to $30,000 In th" pint ten years. It In because he dnenn'1 give much serious thought ei ther to his Income or hi outgo. Serious thought would leach him the value of a. dollar; hen Hteadllv That t. Hem soon plnee any man ahrail of hi fellows. A bank account help ou to realize the value of niono and wo lnlte jmir accnunt and will help you to save. Ardmore Loan & H,e",i,L-i:ji,IL HOFFMANN 3)RIXi (X). Pu use 'liii tion 1 iurcic : ists THI.HPIIONH r.C.I 5-4.-!"M- t , --fc X f ' t 4; I ? THREE LINES, THREE i.H.44'r WANTED. VANTi:i) Habblts, drawn, "5 cenis per iwiiii; lo lafR o'poasnma. 25 cents each; poultry, hides, etc. 12-tf 3KVF CItADDOCK. WANTKD Ten sales ladles, live salesmon. Must have experience. Apply at once. llL'ilTON-l'UHI. UKY (1001)3 COMPANY. 12-3 WANT UD Hoarder and rc-jmcr. Vacancies for thtee persons. Phone 2C1. 8 WANilIO An all round blacksmith. A. W. Mlnford, Lindsay, I.T. 11-lm WANTED White girl for dining room service. Apply 121 S. Mill St. 100 YOU NC1mT:NW A NT ElfFO iff I III NAVY llotween 17 and 33. Pay per month iG to $70, according to rating. Food, lodging, medical at tendance nnd first tmtflt of clout ing free. Good opportunity for ad vancement for those who prove ef ficient. Recruiting olllco open In this city nt Court Room, City -all, December 10th to 15th. 10 5 WANTED Men, our freo illustrated catalogue explains how wo teach barber trade In few weeks. Special Inducements to limited number. Graduates paid $12 to $20 weekly. Money earned while letrnlng. Write today, .uoler Ilarber College, Kan sas City, Mo. 9-B WANTED A good cook, high vages. Apply at once. Ualtltuoro Racket store. 7-tf WANTED Rollablo laundry agents In every town In tho New Stato of Oklahoma. High grade work and liberal commissions. Write to NEW STEAM LAUNDRY. Frank Homier, Manager, Ardmore, I. T. 21-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT My rooming house, cor ner D nnd Third nventie, N. W, A. D. Chase. U-Ct. FOR KENT Two nicely furnished rooms, ground floor. Electilc lights and bath. 'Phono 110, W. R. Rob erts. Uf FOR RENT Four room house. Sec. ond avenue and F street. WrIM V. II. Itawllngs, Mill Creek. I. T.. 0-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Somo heavy wrapping paper, deslrablo ami convonent for uso In laving carpets. It s cheap at 25c a roll. Ardmorclto. 2S Madden yells Toyi, Tor less. WAMT COLUMN IN ALL MISFITS AND HELD M A N-M AKE GARMENTS! $8.50 arid $10.00 Hlnclc All ! Wool, Dress Overcoats and Ulstors, Latest Sty es, go at $8.50 And $10.00 - makc. best fining garment 1 1 1 1 c rn f f- I r-. 1 i i. T . .... weeks at . . SPEND LESS he would spend rarefullj anil mo Trust Company i? -J. 4- t ! 41 $ -fr -V -I- 4- ! 4 4 4 I i TIMES, THREE DIMES 4 FOR SAI.K Corrugated Iron build ing, 158fi feet. Inquire nt DeWltt's Illlllard Hall. 11-3 FOR SAI.K A six-column ipiurto Hockford newspaper folder In good condition. Will sell cheap. AUD MOHKlTi: PL'llI.lSIIIXr. COM PA NY. U-tf FOR SAI.l! Ono spnn mules; wagon and harness. New cultivator, drill plow and hnrrott. All good. Apph A. D. Chase. Ardmore. ll-C.t FOR EXCHANGE. EXCHANGE Wo will exchange farm or city property, or pay cash for stocks of merchandise anywhere Don't wrlle unless you mean busi ness. EDWARDS PROS, Real Es tate Hrokers, Ardmore, I. T 2-lm FOR SALE. FOR SALE A good gentle horse, bug gy and harness, very cheap It sold at once; also a modern C-room cot tago, lot 100x140. located In deslr nhle portion of the city. Apply to M. P. Fann. 11-lm FOR-SALE Cheap, llfiTscholarshlp In Selvldgo Iltislnesa Ct-llege. W. C. Reaves. ll-:i FOR SALE In Ardmore, a four roiv : house, two lotB. Second Ave., ainl F street. Don't ask me what I will take; make mo a cash offer. W. tl. itawllngs. Mill Creek. I. T. .'tf REAL EST A i E SPEcTAIr.Tooin cotago at 110 fith Ave. N. W., mil doslrablo vacant lot on D street, N. W nt a big bargain. If not sold Immediately will bo taken toff the market. Smith, Rlggliis & West Co. -Itf LOST. LOST Pair long black kid i J ives on N. Wash. St. Finder leae at W. C. Dean's. 11-3 FOUND. FOUND A poekotbook. Owner can hnvo same by describing contents and paying for this ad. 11. J. Dl hroll. io:it TO EXCHANGI-$'.- cso worth of ful ly paid up and non-assessablo stock in a Trust Company, that will earn at leaBt 20 per cent net on the capi tal Invested; all or pnit. for An! mine acunt or lniprued propi rty, must be a bargain. Address P. O. llox No. 73 1J 3 $2.25 000 Tailor Mnilo Pants nt Half Price. These are either Hoine-inatlo or in Mislits from $2.25 Up.