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THE DAILY ARUMORUTi
Ardmore, Monday, December 31, 1903
For Your Xmas Perfumery
and TOILET SETS
Fine Stationery, Games, Mechanical Toys, Animol
Toys, Hobby Horses and Automobile Wagons
We have the MOST COMPLETE line of
DOLLS IN THE CITY, also Doll Beds
and Duties. In fact EVERYTHING
that SANTA CLAUS con use
M 3!i uBrrySllll Tin HoffnYaPccinlty j
Knowledge antl Absolute Indemnity
arc the characteristics of our aijcncy
F i ..in ii j, n ISU.XA..MI i'w h ih.1 . lurvga
Send Christmas rfrcctini's to their customers and wish
for them a mott pleas.int holiday season.
Accept thanks for your liln-rul putromifio "'id wo .solicit at
at all linn's it ali.tru of your business
Plus 50 Cents for the Round Trip to
rwt Miwn rnnr if - . fc u,,
January 15, 16 and 17, 1907
For the benefit of those desirini; to attend the meeting
Southern Cotton Association
Second door West of Union Depot.
Hot Chile and lunch at a. I hoi. s Upen day nnd night. French drip cof
fee a sp daily, lfot doughnuts and coffee curly each morning for Oc.
Notice In Dankruptcy.
In tho District Court of tho t'nltod
Stats for the Southern Dlslilct, nl
In tlio mattor of IMgar Smith, bank
rupt, In bankruptcy.
To the creditors of Kilgar Smith
In tho Southorn District lit the In
dian Territory, at Ardmoro, a bank
rupt: Notice Is hereby given that on
tho 31 day ot Deo .1U0G. the said Kd
gar Smith was duly adjudged bank
rupt, and that the first meeting ot his
creditors will be hold at my olllco nt
tho court house In tho clt of Ard
more, on tho 10th day of January.
1907, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at
which tlllio the snld creditors may at
tend, provo tlielr clslms. appoint n
trustee, examine the bankrupt "'I
transact such othor business as may
como before said meeting.
Iteforeo In Dankriiptcy.
First published Dec. 31, 1906.
Car Off Track.
Choctaw Incoming freight Sunday
morning backed a car loaded with
merchandise consigned to this city off
tl'j tracks at tho local freight depot
Tho damage was slight and tho car
was placed on the rails without trou
Exclnilv Afirnti for
HoIxm'Is & Bonner,
INSURANCE and BONDS. J
I - ARE
h.vu't rati' from your nearest
l, Kt) II LKK. ti I'. A.,
Little UocU, Arlf.
J. S MeN ALLY, I). I A.
Oklahoma 1'ity, OUIn.
At the Jail.
Jerome Urown was released from
Jail this munilng. having made bond
for his appearance at court in the
sum of Su0.
Jim McCoy, who was sentenced at
Duncan, I. T., to four months im
prisonment and to pay n fine of JUKI.
was brought lu jeslerday.
Fred .Mansfield, charged with larco-
ny was Imiught In from Duncan and
lodged lu jail In default ot bond In
tho sum of (300.
Aid Soclty Meeting.
'Tho Jewish Dulles Aid Society will
Imld a meeting Wednesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock at the residence of Mrs.
Alfred Solomon. Several matters of
Importance Is to como l. A. full at
tendance Is requested.
MHS. MAN WKSTIiniMKH.
Free While They Last.
MaM of tho New State, the very lal
tst nuvo arrived. You can get on
by paving two months In advunco or
laity or twelvo months on weekly.
Kvery heme and evory office shonli'
AllDMOUEITB rUIIMSHINO CO.
Subscribe tor Tbe AnJaiorclte.
ARDMORE MAN S HONORED7
O. A, Wellt Chosen as Secretary of
the Republican executive Com
mittee Will Make Fight
Tlio Republican partes of Oklahoma
anil the Indian Territories completed
tin work of amnlminmlliiK the xmy
at n meeting liulil In South McAlestcr
Satunlay. O. A. Won of tills city
wan elected an secretary of tlio iiuw
organization, and J. I.. I union of l.nw
I, Is tho Intention of the reorganised
Republican party to make u rtiotig
Unlit for tho control of statu affair.
It wax decided to make a strong light
ami speakers will In; put In the Held
at once to build up tho fences of the
party ami to do mlsslonaiy work.
"DIM" MeLamore foi Sheriff.
W i: MeLamore, kr.Jiwi an "Red
Hill' .Mnlimorc, today announces lilt
i .iiidldney for sheriff of Curli'i coun
ts, hiiIiJvci to tlio nation of tlio De
( Nitlc primary, lie lia i been a resl
il ut hi'iu for nineteen years ami has
seen tho town grow from a tent to
n ctiy of Ifi.UOO population. Ills In
terests have nlvvnvs lieen for Ard
more In every undcrlnkltig. Ills town
mid county record Is an open book,
null recently lie was continuously
with the marshal's forco through thu
various administrations, all recogniz
ing his Integrity mid his services as
an olllrer. While serving under Re
imlillcnn nduilnlstratlons ho never full
ed to pioclalni his Democratic faith
",,Jr "l8,:u,c" aml 1,il8 l,lwa 'f-
fii an net I vi? iait In every movo by
Hie Deiiiuciatlc party, Ho will provo
a strong candldato In tho raco.
Spend Niw Year's at the opera
house lotnoiiovv. llcggar l'rluco opera
company will put on plays both In tho
afternoon and also at night. Tickets
now on sale.
Reports of the IIorman-Gnns fight
will be received at DeWltl's Illlllard
and Pool Hall Tuesday afternoon. All
ue l:iited to attend free.
Murderers Secured Money.
1 Kansas City. Mo., Dec. 31. The po
lice today profess to believe that the
murderer of Thomas W. Fanning, an
aged recluse, who was found dead lu
Ids home hero esterday. took twenty
thousand dollars In government socur
It leu or curieucy and gold which was
supiM'il to have been kept In an old
chest. It is known that ho never plac
ed his money lu hanks. No clue to
the murderer has been found.
nfirllifiuiiUi-N ('mi TnUe I'liire Onlr on
1.1 Inix titi. I..-.
A moon quake Is now unthinkable,
trfM-niiw the n n Is as dead ni n door-
null Our satellite Is "ever foreshad
ow Ini; our own ultimate doom, like the
niumiiiv at Egyptian batniuets," but In
the meantime. If the Kdlubursh lie
view has correctly eoneeled the teach
Inifx of seismology, thu Inhabitants of
rarlh may eonole themselves for the
havoc wrought through earthquakes
by reflecting that they demoustriito
the tlt.illtj of our planet. In that dis
tant past when the moon actually
quaked theie may some scientists de
clare there must have been forms of
animation on Its surface. 'Thouuli the
moon, by reason of Its smaller size,
was bound to lose Its atmosphere. It
I must bate token millions of years to
do so, and there may have been time
1 for the cycle of life, from the primeval
germ up to sentient beings and down
again to the hardiest lingering plant j
cells, to rim Its full circle." The writer 1
lu the IMInburgh Review continues to j
develop this Itne of thought: ,
"Kurtluiuakes an- a sign of planetary i
-i.mi.v mn,,i,u f.. i.-. . t
neterlstlc of the terrestrial phase of ,
development. Kffete globes like the !
moon can scarcely bu subject to tbe .
stress to which they nre due. nor can
they be very suitably constituted for
the propagation of elastic waves. In
choate worlds, such as Jupiter and
Saturn, nre still loss likely to be the
scenes of reverberating concussions.
Their materials have not jet acquired
the necessary cohesion. They nre
pasty or tluld. If not partially vapor
ous. On the earth the seismic epoch
presumably opened when, exterior si
lldlllcatlou having commenced, tbe geo
logical ages begun to run. It will last
so long as peaks crumble nnd rivers
carry sediment, o long us the ureal
distribution of loads tluctuntes aud
strains evoke forces adequate for their
"Our glols' Is by Its elasticity kept
habitable. The separation of sea from
dry hind Is thus and not otherwise
maintained. The alternations of eleva
tion nnd subsidence manifest tho con
tlnnal activity of this reserve of en
srgy. The dimensions of tho globe w
Inhabit depend upon the bslauce of
pressure and eipanslvenesi. Itolaxa
ttou or enhaucomeut of either Inatuut
ly occasions a bonding Inward or an
srcblug outward of the crust Just by i
these sensitive reactions tho planet it
self shows Itseir to oe nuve, aim f
mlc thrllllngs are tho breaths It
draws." Current Literature. ,
HAVE DEEN PREFERRED AGAINST
S A PET OF ROOSEVELT
As Republican Chairman, Roman
Catholic Paper Was Paid $30,000
For Supporting Roosevelt, and
Editor Given Fat Job.
Washington. I). C, IX. SI. A mil
sntloii wax caused hete today by
charges being pieferred against Post
master General Geo. II. Cortolycu,
who Is also chairman Vit thu National
Corteljou Is charged with having
bribed a luomlnent Now England Ho
niRii Catholic newspaper Into suppoit
ot President Roosevelt In 1'JOI, against
Alton II. Parker, '.ho Democratic nom
inee, for a consideration of (SO.Oi'0,
and the apiolutment of Its editor as a
consul general nbroad.
COCAINE FIEND ARRESTED.
Dy Police While Robbing a Black
Policemen Sunday night arrested
"Yellow I.lzzle," a town cocalno fiend,
as she wits Issuing from Hie Dan Con
way blacksmith shop on Booth Mln
street. Tho police were attracted by a
noise lu the shop and stationed them
selves on tho w..tch. Soon tho negress
came from theouildlng having In her
possession a horseshoe hammer, a
saw and n pair of brace and hits.
The Roods weer tacku fiom her and
the police placed hor In tho calaboose.
This morning Police Judge Halt or
dered her turned over to tho Federal
authorities .and she Is now In Hie
custody of thu lT. S.
Cocalno fiends In Ardmoro nro a
great troiiole. whllo ther aro perfect
ly haimless, they will pick up any ar-
tlrto they see, and sometimes can bu
seen with two sacks fiti. of worthless
articles. Often they get hold of val
uables and In such cases heretofore
have been dealt with by tho police. It
Is tho Intention of Judge Rait to turn
nil these unfortunates over to tho Ted
oral authorities In the future as It Is
Impossible for tho city to handlo
J. A. Smith la at the nnlniore sani
tarium where ho In' just undergone a
painful operation. Mr. Smith Is rest
ing well today and hopes to bo out
lu a week or so.
ANSWER ROLL CALL.
James Charp and Charles Carbln Old
Two old residents of tho territory
both living at Iaiiio (Jr.e i.ed Su
day at about the snm turn. Death
came tt) each at about twelve o'clock.
Jam.; M. Sharp ot l.mc mo va
ono ind Charles Car'mi of ;ho same
place was tho other. Sharp was fil
years of age. He had served In tho
United States army In Company I,
7th regiment Tennessee Mounted In
fantry during tlio war. Ills death was
caused from dmpsy of tho heart. Tho
re m a Tim weio burled this afternoon at
the Hose Hill cemetery, south of Ard-
more. The funeral services were tin-
lor tho auspices of tho local (J. A.
It. Post No. IS of Ardnmre, of which
deceased was n member,
Charles Carbln, aged C3. died at
mmu, , , pneumonia.
.. , ... ,
11,0 remains were burled nt isme
cemetery mis anernoon nt J
a'chick. The deceased was one of tho
oldest residents In this section having
lived here more than twenty years.
Marriage Licenses Issued.
The following marriage licenses
have been Issued since Saturday:
W. F. Melton, Lingo, Texas, nnd
Miss llertlo Jacobs. Mndlll; Albert
Turner. Doughrty nnd Tecana Klkcns,
snmo place; Cloorgo (loodall and Mary
Walker, lona; Wm. II. Jones, and
Ksther I. Illack. Katie: Houston Stall
cup, Wynnewood and Myrtle C. Tra
vis. Pauls Valley; K. I.. Flynt. Iluers,
Va., and Leo Christian, Johnsun; Oli
ver Pearson. Pearl Clark Hart: Henry
I Mastersnn. Dora Hlnes, Hennepin.
FOR CARRIAGE OR DAQQAQE
Ardmore Transfer Co.
W. R INGRAM, Manager.
Largest Union Carriage Line In
Night train calls 50 cents.
Evory call spot cash.
ENTITLED TO TERRITORIAL FORM
AMERICANS ARE VIGOROUS
Know What They Want and If Allow
ed Home Rule Would Make a
Territory Such as Never De
fore Took Rank In Union.
Wtuhngtoti, D. C Dec. 31. "Amer
ican spirit, red blooded nnd In Its
most Intense form, Is manifested by
the ""people of Alaska. They arc
staunchly patriotic and proud or their
country. Thoy lake tho deepest Inter
est in our elections and to meet their
obligations, as electors, they do as c
matter of course what many citizens
ot the States would never think of do
Tho Bjioaker was Frank It Wnskcy.
tho first delegate to Congress from
Alaska. Tall, rnw boned, bronzed nnd
virile, with grizzled, Iron gray hair
nnd beaid, Mr. Waskey would attract
attention anywhere. He Is a thorough
American nnd has resided In Alaska
many years. Ills election ns a delo-
galo to Congress Indicates that lie Is
ono of the most iiopular men lu tho
"Why, do you know," he contnued.
"ono man wnlked sixty miles over the
roughest kind of n country merely to
vote nt the delegate election. That
ho voted for mo wnB simply an Incl
dent, becnuso he would have done the
snmo thing to voto for another frlcnT
Ho did It not so much because I was
a candidate ns becnuse he wanted to
exerciso his right of franchise. How-
many peoplo nre there lu tho states
who would wall: sixty miles merely
for the privilege of voting at an elec
tion? Not man-, I imagine; yet that
Is the kind of people wo have In Alas
ka. Till c friend of mine did not pre
sent nu Isolated case. Many of the
Americans made physical nnd finan
cial sacrifices In order that they
might voto nt that election. That Is
tho nature of our people.
"Now, theeo people want a home-
rule government In tho territory
They nro entitled to a regulnr terrl.
torlal form of government ns much ns
tho peoplo of Now Mexico and Arizo
na were when they wero given gov
ernment. Personally, I do not be
lieve our claim to n hoiuo-rulo govern
ment enn bo nttacked successfully
Our peoplo aro Americans, vigorous,
honest, capable and trained lu the pol
ltlcs of thu States. They know what
thevv want and, If afforded tlio opsir-
timlty, thiotigh tho establishment of a
territorial government In Alnskn, thoy
will make that territory lu a few
years one of tho greatest nnd most
productive that over blessed tho Uni
"Until 1 was elected ns a delegate
to Congress, 10,000 Americans
were absolutely wlthout any represen
tation here In Washington. Wo need
up there, however, not only represen
tation hero In Congress but we need
the power. In n measure nt least, to
control our own affairs, (liven a ter
ritorial form of government nnd wo
shall be able to exerclso that power
lu n way that will make Alaska one of
the grontP3t possessions of nny conn
try In tho world.
"Our people nro Intelligent nnd ed
ucnted. They nro nblo to take euro
of themselves nnd to perfom their du
tlos ns citizens lu tho highest and
best sense. They own their homes,
their stores, their banks and their
mines nnd they llvo constantly In an
American atmosphere which develops
tho very bos, of citizenship. If Con
gross will glvo us home rule, wo will
provo to tho States that wo are all I
havo declured our people to be."
In addition to this view, Governor
Hoggatt of Alaska expresses tho opin
ion that It would bo better for the peo
ple of Alaska to continue as they nro
at present. President Hoosovelt lias
considered tho subject In tho light of
tho two conflicting opinions aud fin
ally has referred the wholo matter to
Congress. It Is unlikely that any do
clslvo action will bo taken at tho
present session, but It will bo pressed
to an Issue in the next Congress.
Reports of tho HerinanOans fight
will bo received at DeWltt's Illlllard
ind Pool Hall Tuesday afteraoon. All
ire Invited to attend free.
Local Cotton Market.
Cotton brought as high as 9.!5 to
day although that price was paid lor
very little ot tho staple. Klght cents
and between S and 9 was the average
price paid. Tho receipts havo been
Why Is It that tho avcrago man is worth so much less In
money and property than wo havo n right to expect him to bo?
It Isn't becauso he doesn't make the money for tho nvorago man
Is Industrious and has earned from $10,000 to (30,000 In tho past
ten years. It Is becauso ho doesn't glvo much serious thought el
thcr to his Income or his outgo. Serious thought would teach
him tho value cf a dollar; then he would spend carefully and save
steadily. That system soon places tiny man ahead of his fellows.
A bank account helps j'ou to realize the valuo of money nnd wo
Invito jour account and will help you to save.
Ardmore Loan & Trust Company
HOFFMANN DRUO C O.
thi-kpi ionic noi
T1f y.eawf miliii'llL
THREE LINES, THREE
WANTKD TO THADI-2 A new $100
Fox typewriter for a good horse, or
to apply on horse and delivery wag
WANTICD To Mdl ono full intcr-mar-
rled Btirplits nt four times the ap
praised value for cash. Will Hie
nny where party desires. Wrlto or
call on tho O. U Chancellor Co..
Marietta, I. T., 2-
WANTKD Rabbits, drawn, 75 ceniB
per duzen; llvo largo o'possums,
25 cents each; poultry, hides, etc.
12-tf JEFF CIIADDOCK.
WAN i Hi) An nil round blacksmith.
A. W. Mlnford, Lindsay. LT. 11-lm
WANTED A good cook, high wages.
Apply at onco. Ualtlmoro Racket
WANTED Rollablo laundry agents
lu every town In tho Nuw Stato of
Oklahoma. High grado work and
liberal commissions. Wrlto to NEW
STEAM LAUNDRY, Frank llonnor,
Managor, Ardmore, I. T. 21-tf
FOR RENT Furnished ruom. In
quire DoWltt's Pool Hall. 30tf
FOR RENT One, two or threo fur
nished or unfurnished rooms. Lights
and water, two blocks from Mnln.
309 2nd Ave., N. W. Mrs. S. E. Wal
FOR SALE My entire possosBlons,
my reason ror selling Is Impaired
health. Property and business Is
till Included In this notice. W. A.
FOR RENT Nice room In a qnlut und
most desirable section of tho city.
Phono 771-3 rings. 21-tf
FOR RENT A modern now cottnge
111 desirable portion ot tho city. Ap
ply M. P. Fnnn. 11-lm
FOR SALE My household goods,
Bomo big bargains. M. P. Fnnn.
FOR RENT Four room house. Sec
ond avenue nnd F street. Wrlto V.
H. Rawllnga, Mill Creek, 1. T.. i, .!
FOR SALE At a bargain my Iioubo
nnd lot near Hargrove College Can
uso some good stock nt reasonable
price, It taken nt onco. Apply to
1115 11 street, northwest. J. F. CA
O I.E. 30 6
FOR SALE In Ardmore, n four room
house, two lots, Second Ave. nnd F
street. Don't nsk mo what I will
take, make mo a cash offer. W. II.
Rawlings, Mill Creek, I. T. Utf
FOR SALE Ono white' female bull
terrier, nlso ono dog pup, eight
weeks. old, from registered Block. F.
11. Miller, Gainesville, Texas. 28-3
FOR SALE L. I. Tyer & Son have
three houses nnd lots for salo at
a bargain. Also 50 acres ot land
near Ardnwro. Will tako good twin
as part pay, 2Stt
Notice Is hereby given that the
regular annual mooting of tho stock
holders of tho Ardmoro Natlunal LViak
of Ardmore, I. T., for tho purpose of
electing niuo airectors to servo tho
ensuing year, will bo held un Tues-da-,
January Sth, 1907, nt tho bfflco
ot said bank, between tho hours ot
10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m.
O. W. STUART, Cashier,
Ardmoro, I. T Dec. 8, 1900.
Corrugated Iron In all lengths at I3tv
ens, Corhn & Fronsley's,
Buy your wire and nails from lllr
ens, Corbn & Frcnslcy.
TIMES, THREE DIMES
FOIl SALIC A restaurant In first
class condition. Cood lunch cam
ter trade. Apply to this office 21-Ct
FOIl SALIC Sonto heavy wrapping
paper, desirable and convenent for
use In laying carpets, it's cheap at
25c a roll. Ardmorelto. :s
FOR SALE A six-column quarto
Rockford newspaper folder In good
condition. Will sell cheap. ARD
MOIIE1TE PUI1LISIIINO COM
I'ANY. 11. tf
EXCHANGE Wo will exchange farm
or city propert'. or pay cash for
stocks of merchandise anywhere
Don't wrlto unless you mean busi
ness. EDWARDS 1IROS, Real Es
tnto Brokers, Ardmore, I. T 2 lm
LOST OR STOLEN A diamond stick
pin. llorsc-shoo enclosing a whip.
Return to W. T. Caple and get re
ward, so 3t
LOST End of watch fob with letter
M engraved thereon. Will pay en
tiro valuo of same If returned to in)
olllce, over City National Hank, Dr
N. C. Wood. 30-3
LOST A ladles' Binall, bead purse,
containing (15.00. Howard to finder
If returned to this oince. 30-3
LOST A ladles' coat between Ard
moro nnd Lo Irove. Under re
turn to this v co nnd rece'vo re
FOUND A largo ruby stud on Mnln
street. Owner can havo same by
paying for this nil nnd calling on
Chief of Police Ruck Garrett. 27-3
PERSONA! A.II.: Sorrj to havo ills
appointed you yesterday. Was out
of town. Hereafter, hovvcv jr have
jour sign painting done by Ilurnltt
and everybody will ilnd you- My
fault. Yours, Addle 31
Reports of the ilerman-tians tight
will bo received nt DeWltls mutant
and Pool Hall Tuesday afternoon. All
aro Invited to attend free.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In the District Court of tho United
States for tho Southern District, nt
in tho matter of W. M. Cox, bank
rupt. In bankruptcy.
To tho eredltors ot W M. Cox In tho
Southern District In the Indian Terrl-torj-,
at Ardmore, a bankrupt; Notlco
Is hereby given that on tho 3l8t day
of December, 1900, tho Bald W. M.
Cvjx was duly adjudged bankrupt, nnd
that tho first meeting of his creditors
will bo held at my olllco at tho court
house In tho city of Ardmore, on tho
10th day of January, 1907. at 10
o'clock In tho forenoon, nt which time
tlio said creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, ex
amine tho bankrupt and transact such
other business as tuay como before
JOHN II INK LI",
Hefcreo In Dankruptcy
First published Dec 31. lyCO,
The embezzlement caso against
Chester Daniel, charged with embez
zlement ot a horso was josfponed
tintll Iho 3rd of January. Tho caso was
to havo been heard beforo tho com
missioner's court this afternoon,
Tho postponement was hail so that
tho dofenso could summons addition
al witnesses. Dennis Is a young boy
nnd claims he bought the horse, which
he Bold In Ardmoroj He says he paid
(20 down on It and was to havo paid
(ho balance shortly.