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Ardmore, Tuesday, June 4, 1907
THE DAILY ARDMOREITR.
Fresh dewberries nnd blackberries ,
from Dr. Hardy's friilt farm deliv
ered nt your homo. 4U.
HOME OR MONEY
Will help you own n Home
and you may got It on easy
monthly payments with that
Will Loan you Money on your
City or Farm Property
llsve huyrn for ynur Farm ami City
Hrtil KmhIk. Oimiuuidcle wltli
Kddlrman IIMir. l'lmne am. Anlranri-, Ok
ARDMORE HACK LINE
D. E. FLYNT. Prop.
Hack leaves for Hcaldton nt
C:S0 o. in.
Hack leaves for Klk at ";30
Direct connection with nil In
land towns west of Ardmoro.
I.envo nil bundles at Noble
Can be pheed in
! Big Hand
It lias been on the
market for a great many
years and enjoys a repu
tation second to none.
We value the reputation
made by the 13 iy Hand
flour and that is why the
greatest of care is exer
cised in its milling. If
you appreciate good flour
insist on getting Mig
Hand at all times. For
sale at all leading grocers
WE ARE SPECIALISTS
Having practically closed out our Hnrdwara business, wo
aro devoting our entire, lime to
Plumbing and Tin WorLi
We en ii do your work better nnd more promptly. Tele
phone and it representative will call and submit estimates
Out of Town Orders Are Solicited
Practical Tinners and Plumbers. South Washington
Special rates to quests by
the week or month,
Tho Only First-Class
European Hotel in
Cafe in Connection.
Our snnltaly conditions
tho best. Itooms all ulry
with exterior views.
TO VISIT OKLAHOMA
;Secr starts Taft and Garfield Will
Visit the Land of the Fair God In
i August and Take Stock In the
Cntbrlo. Okln, Juno 3. Secretary
of Wnr Tnrt and Secretary of tlio
Interior Garfield have promised to
visit Oklahoma In August mill mnko
public speeches, (iovernor Frnnti
who has Just returned from Wash
ington nays that Secretary Taft told
him be would ho. In Oklahoma In
August nnd would bu pleased to
make n speech under the auspices
of t..e republican party. Secretary
(iarfkhl also tub) (iovernor FrnnU
that he would come to Oklahoma In
Atmust nnd mako two noupolltIcal
speeches, one at Muskogee and ono
at Oklahoma City nn, that be would
In these speeches outline the future
policy of his department toward the
Indian citizens of the. two torrl
toiies. Sicretnry Garfield also.
Is stated, promised to make a num
ber of speeches In the republican
GROWTH OF FARMERS' UNION.
Republican Leaders -of Kansas and
the West Vlcw It With Alarm.
Topeka. Kan., Juno 3. The ro
puhllrau leaders of Kansas ami the
i west view with nlarm the rapid
growth of the Farmers' Union. This
organization Is similar In many re
spects to the old 1'nrmers' Alllnncu
of the early '90s. which swept Kan
sas and X braska out of the repub
fore llcan column, nnd which was tho
forerunner of the populist party.
Tho leaders of this now movement
Insist Hint politics will bo barred,
but Hi! statement Is not reassuring
to repub'lcans. They remember
how tue lenders of tho Farmers' Al
Han ' fifteen years or moro ngo
pledged the people, that there would
be no politics In tho organization.
They havo not forgotten how Jerry
J I.lewelllng, Mrs. I .on so and others
took ndvntitngo of tho movement. It
Is worthy of note thnt tho men who
weru delegates to tho meeting; nt
Hutchinson from tho local unions
of Texas aro the samo type as tho-o
who were prominent In tne organi
sation of tho Farmers' Alliance eigh
teen years ago.
Many n fellow t-ows his wild oats
nnd reaps a grass widow.
A wlso woman never quarrels
with her husband till nfter pay day.
Tho worst thing about common
senes Is that It Is so unfashionable.
Discretion may bo tho better part
of valor because It can run faster.
No Fearch warrant Is necessiry
In looking for trouble or llndlng
It's queer that whllo n man al
ways goes to lunch a woman goes
TN nverngn girl's reason for not
marrying n man Is becau.su ho doesn't
I Men would rather nlways havo
hot water for shaving than brains In
W. Harper, Prop
CALL FOR ELECTION.
y Democratic Central Commtitee of
lly virtue t tho action vif the Cen
tral Commltteo of the Democratic
party, In and for Carter county, In tho
proposed Btate of Oklahoma, n prima
ry election Is hereby called, to be held
o.i June 8, 1907, for tho purpose of
nominating nil candidates for county
nnd municipal township offices, to be
elected on August (i. 1907.
Tho following named nersons were,
by nctlm of the snld Central Com
mittee of the Democratic party. In
and for Carter niunty, elected as
Judges and clerks of said prlmnry
election nnd the following unmen
places pro selected as Millng places
In said Carter county, to-wlt:
Hewitt Judgo. Will Menns, and
- ; Clerks. Will Greenwood
nnd : Inspector W. II. Whs.-
l'lensnnt Grove In Hewitt Town
ship Judges, C H. lira vers nnd I,. F.
firny; clerks, Will Crlggers and S. M.
Wilson; Inspector. J. II. Dlllard.
Downanl Mines Judges. John Her
on nnd Frank Caldwell: clerks, A. M
Russell and C. W. Duncan: Inspector,
S. I). Mitchell.
llauni Judges, (leo. Wllllnms and
Will Turner; clerks W K. Janus and
Cleveland Snmplcy: Inspector, John
lierwyn Judges. J. W. Lynch am'
Ceo. Flshor; clerks, O. A Spnrkt
and T. II. Massoy; ltirclor It. II
Healdton Judges, J W. Orme nnd
,0. A. Culberson; cleiks, YV. T
Teaguo nnd lllam Han Is; Inspector,
J. II. Warn bio.
Kollan, Henldton Township Judges
I). II. Tlpps nnd Leslie Snuthwood;
clerks. W. A. Mc.Nutt and F. O. Fer
ry; Inspector. Hen Mohley.
Keck lodges Tom Jones nnd J. A.
Wnrd; clerks, W. '.. Spencer and 0.
W. Unndolph; Inspector, Jess Dumas.
l'riivcnce Judges, .1. f!. Fletcher
and I. CJ. Jones; clerks, Tom llngle
and (5. W. Hnthway; Inspectors, J. K.
Fox Judgc,s, J. W. Hrlstoe and W.
T. Smith; clerks. T. 1.. Carpenter and
Walter Nail; Inspector. T. II. Cut pun
ter. Durwvod Judges, I'. D. Norton and
J. K. Saxton; clerks, O. D. Caldwell
and O. W. Prosslcy; Inspector, W. M.
llrock Judges, .!. A. Johnson anil
John Masterson; clerks. J. II. Ham
mer and H. H Heed; Inspector, I. J.
(Iraham Judges, Scott 1'aik.s nnd
Will Ilrooks; clerks, Zack Harmon
ami Dr. Hallard; Inspector, O. I.
Springer Judges. D. M. Sellers and
( C. Carter; clerks. T Rogers and J.
H. Owens; Inspector, W. W Mahurlu.
Woodford Judges, Leslie Towena
and II. A. Wallace; clerks, C. A. Am
nions nnd T. S. Roberts; Inspector,
M. I, Meek.
Lone Grovo Judges, W M. Coffey
nnd W. W. Hnber; clerks, R. U Hitl
er nnd F. M. Hyrd; Inspector, D. M.
Newport Judges, Reese Reed nnd
J. T. Fisher; clerks, Tom V. Jones
and Goorgo i:dw,irds; Inspector, Kd
Glenn Judges R. Wilkes and Kd
Kimball; clerks, II. F. Stewart and S.
W. Terry; Inspector, . FAVyont.
King's Store Judges, W. R. Hlg
night and Ike Wnldon; clerks, John
I'ayno and John Griffith; Inspector,
Tussy .TiiiTgcs, Georgo Gray nnd C.
F. Wnrd; clerks, K. R. Hewett nnd
Harney I'edyconrt; Inspector, W. H.
Ardmore. First I'reclnct Fldst Hap-
tlst church. Inspector, W. u Rig-
gins; Judges. D. K. Hooker and Jim
Gait; clekt. K 0. Tucker and II.
Ardmoro Precinct No. 2 Keller's
tore. Inspector, W. F. Jeffries;
Judges, L. N. Glenn, Geo. Corhn;
ckrks, Z. Tulor and L. L. Tyer
Ardmoro I'reclnct No, 3 West F.nd
Wagon Yard. Inspector, Frank Kolb;
judges, Chns. Hill, J. K. C. Albright;
clerks, Will Dovo and J. S. Mct'har
reii Ardmoro I'reclnct No. i.C. i.
Hall's store. Inspector. C. A. Wall;
judges. Moran Scott. D licau' Talla
'irr clerks, R. H. Law nnd W. R.
Aldninre I'reclnct No S Presbyteri
an church. Inspector, J. 11. Jones;
Judges, I. N Murdoch and C F. Fra
ley. clerks, Y. H. Lynn, ml W. F.
Ar'mnro Precinct No. 0 City
Mall Inspector. Geo. Dashiier; judges,
II Hooper L. II. l.ovo; clerks,
Hymn Drew red Frank Hoblson.
Ardmore Pr elnct No, 7. Porter
Stiples' store lespector, J. W. Hanks;
Judge -j. I). i... Illnckburu and II. S.
Curtis, cluks. T. C. llrlilgtuan nncl
Arlmoro Precinct Xo, 8 Fourth
Ward F"hool building Inspector, W
F WUMngton Judges. W. P. Dav s
and 1 V Cirpunter clerjis, C J.
M-Coy and C H Cook.
Ardmoro Precinct Xo. 9 Whlttlng-
ton lilitel. Inspector. I.ee McCoy;
Judges. G. W. Cooner nnd J. M. 1)1;
clerks, W. II. Humpass nnd J, 1,.
Concord School House Judges, L.
II. Holder mid S. 11. l'btole; clerks,
Jnsper Mlllner nnd Marlon Adams; l.i-
dpeetor. Hen Holt.
Klk Judges, Dr. Xorrls and Chas.
Fair: clerks, Will Majors and Hob
Harmon; limptctor, K. R. Poolo.
Cheek Judges, W. M. Kearney nnd
T. McDonald; clerks, A. Uerstrettt
nnd Geo. Collins; Inspector, T. A.
Huvbar Judges, Hrndley nnd
Hugh Cox; clerk, Sam Pnltner nnd
Will Jones; Inspector, Jim McGhtr
son. Fncle Jack's Storo Judges, J. D.
Groe-i i.n.l 11. Terry; ilerks, Geo. Las
ley and W. M. Whltmoro; Inspector,
A. 1 I.islcy.
holier Judge, D. T. Str.iwn nnd
; clerks, Dr. OITet nnd
: Inspector, R. Ross.
Mllo Judges, A. L. Colwell nnd
leteher Slinms: clerks, .1. T. Hutler
tntl K. V. Taliaferro; Inspector, 15. 0.
untgrls Judges, Mm
Jack Scbrnder; clerks,
wooil nnd Josh Creel;
Wheeler Judges, 11.
A. M. Green
and Will Davis; clerks. II. II. Robin
son and Gassowa, Inspector.
Sliced .Inilgos, T. S. Hums nnd
F. G. Robinson; clerks, 0. N. Jnck
son nnd F. C. Hulla; Inspector. Wm.
Wilson Judges, C. I. Ford nnd h
T. llurno; clerks. Pant Nlcoll nnd
Andy Rogers; Inspector, Henry Jones
Keller Judges, ft. S. Penvers nnd
O. II. Saljer; clerks. C. T. Ogletree
nnd C. F. Ratcllffo; Inspector, J. 11
Mulkey Judges, D. W. Dunn and
P. J. Ward; clerks, J. II. Mulkey ami
K. C. Wells; Inspector, T. R. Thomp
son. Said prlmnry election shall, In all
respects, bo held nccorulng to the
htntutes of the territory of Oklnhotna
relating to primary election.
G. W. YOUNG,
Chairman Central Committee of Dem
ncratlo Party of Carter County. ...
T. J. CARSON, Secretary.
CALL FOR ELECTION.
Democratic Primary Election for Del
cgates to Congressional County
Hy virtue of the action of tin
Democratic Congressional Committer
for the Fifth Congressional District
of Oklahoma, n prlmnry election It
hereby cnlled for Carter County to
bo held on June lCth, 1907, In each
election precinct In said .county foi
tho purpose of electing delegates to
the county convention to bo held nt
Ardmoro June 19th, 1907. each voting
precinct to elect ono delcgnte for ov
ery twenty-flvo votes or major frac
tlon thereof cast for tho democratic
nominee in the constitutional convon
lion election, November C. 190(1.
Tho judges, ctcrks, nnd Inspectors
nt snld prlmnry election shall bo in
all Instances tho same as those ap
pointed by tho Central Committee
of Carter County to hold tho prlmarj
election of June Sth, 1907, and said
primary election shall bo eld at the
samo voting places mid within the
samo election precincts na said pri
mary election of June Sth, 1907.
Tho primary election to elect said
delegates shall be held In nil respects
In nccordnnco with tho laws of the
Territory of Oklahoma sovernlng prl
Witness my band as Congressional
Committeeman for Cnrtur County this
7th day of May. 1907.
GKORGi: R. SI'KXCHR.
Done by order of the Democrntlc
Congrosiilonnl Commltteo for the
Fifth Congressional District of Okla
W. L. ROHI1IXS,
J. D. CARMICIIAKL.
First published May 8. 1907.
Notice of Democratic Congressional
Primary Fourth Congressional
District, I. T.
In pursuancu to a resolution passed
by tho Democratic Commltteo of the
Fourth Congressional District of the
proposed Stato of Oklahoma at Durant
Indian Territory, on the 19th day ot
April A. D., 1907, there Is horeby call
ed a primary election for tho purpos
of nominating a candldato for tho or
flee of representative In tho L'nlted
Statos Congress, to bo voted for nt
tho next general election to bo held
In thoevoral counties of tho propoW
stato ot Oklahoma, romprUed within
tho Fourth Congrcssbnal dlstrl
Tho said prlmury to bo held on Hie
Sth day of June, A D., 1907 Polls tc
bo open from 9 o'clock A M and to
bo closed nt 0 o' clock I' M. on siU
day, according to tho primary elect on
law now In force In the torrtto.-y of
A. M. CHAMIIURS, Chairman.
11. 1.. ML'I.DROW, Sec'y. Cd-w
Chtckatha Firemen Strike.
iJlutnu, Okln . Juno 3- Chiekaslm
encountered a walkout In the rltv
fire ilepsrtment jesterday. when Wal
ter Thomas was Appointed to "Ui-
coed K. II. Gutlirldge, resigned
Thomas was a member of the do
partition). Ills appointment did not
plosse the outer boys and all ot
them putt. Tho department was
left In charge of the chief and ono
iiiiiu, n former member, who was no
Raise Price of Beef.
St. Louis, Mo., June 3 Consumers
weiw required to pay aiU.mi'is to
day rmiKlns: from Zc to r.r n pound
for beef, as n result of tho contest
utwwn packers nnd the live stock
dealers on nr count of tne refusal ot
IKiekers to pay frir cows anil beireri
until the Rovertiment Insperllon that
folows Wiling. The Advance In tie-
consumer today followed the r:i!so
of 1 l-2e a imund on beef carcasM-s
liy the packers yesterday.
Will Speak Here Friday Night.
Col. Sllllwell II. Russell, candlda'e
for uistrlct Judge, and who has more
than n slate-wide reputation ns nn
nrntor, will address the people of
Ardmore at the opera house next Fri
The host by Ta.sle ami Test Pipe. Palatable. Null illoiis, Absolutely
Non-Intoxicating, llrewed nnd Hottled bv the
PADST BREWING CO., Milwaukee, Wisconsin
rnckod In enscs containing S dozen pint bottles. Special attention
Klvcn to family trade. Goods delivered to nny pnrt of thu city.
Ottce and Store room, Old Iron Store Building.
Mortheast Corner Cast Main Street nnd Santa Fo Right of Way.
PAUL JUNDT, WHOLESALE AGENT
Opposite Union Passenger Depot.
Telephone No. 653 ARDMORK, I. T.
G. M. CUNNINGHAM
'Jj Iniurcnce in AH lis Rranchei.
! Loans at 8 per rent on 1'arm Lands.
Surety Bonds All husiiK'ss entrusted to this o!5lcu will ru
coivo careful tittuntion
106 Mnin Street.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ARDMORE, I. T.
Capital Paid In...
Surplus Funds .,
The oldest bank In Indian Territory. Accounts of Hrms nnd Indi
viduals solicited upon tho most liberal terms consistent with
Arc now sweeping over tho country. You cannot
nllord to ho without CYCLONE INSUKANCiS
It costs but Mule asl: us ubout it.
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Excellent grades, in assortinciiis complete.
L"t Felkef supply your teas, collees, and spices,
Kept hero nro best gr.tdes lit papular prices.
Eatables wholesome in goods that are canned,
Roliablo qualities fuvorito brands.
Good vegetables found In our line,
Richest of fruits, swtt, fresh nnd lino.
Orders delivered without much delay,
Complete are our lines in grocery way,
Every prico is found right and quality, too.
Remember that Felher saves money for you.
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D. F. FRENSLEY, Vice President
C. S. MAUPIN, Assistant Cashier,