The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 7, Ed. 1, Sunday, May 27, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Sunday May 27 190.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
DATCH OF NEW GOVERNORS.
Outlirlo Ok. Miss Mniulo Fuller of
Daraboo Win. and Prof H. II. Mc-
Ilierson f.f the Oklnhoma Unvorslty
fnrulty wore mnrrlcd at Norman.
Tlio terms of twentynino governors
In tho United States will expire this man
year or early next ami there Ib con- Tulsn I. T. Tho Tulsa Rod Ford
nldcratile room for speculation wheth- lirlok plant nnd Tulsa vitrified brick
cr or not tho change of ndmlnlstrn- nnt conBolldated yosterdny with n.
Hon In bo many Minted will disturb I jj Howard iroildont nnd ceneral man
tho existing conditions and whether RCr l(f tno nK.rgor. The consolidated
there will ho nn Improvement In somo )Iftnt8 jmvo ft (Il)ny outml 0f 75-000
of the state or otherwise. bricks which will bo Increased one
As tho Public Lodger lists ino 0
changes UroKon win eiuci n miu-.- wynnowood. I. T. The fourtl; nnnu
nor to Governor 0. 13. Chnmborlnln on
Juno I. The Arkansas slalo election
vtn I... Imlil on Heiitenibur 1. Ver
mont's on September I Maine's on
September 10 George's on October
t ntui Kiitiiitnkv's 011 Novemlwr 5.
The other status choosing state olfl-
cers will olect them 011 November fi.
nt tho same tlmo representatives In
emigre lire chosen Tho stales Hint
.l.wt t-iivnrimra ibis year with the
names of tho retiring executive nro:
Alabama. V. 1). Jenks Democrat;
Arkansas Jefferson Davis Democrat;
California. 0. C. I'arduo Democrat;
Colorado J. F. McDonald Republi
can; Connecticut Henry Roberts
Republican; Georgia J. M. Terrell
Democrat: Idaho I. R. Hooding Re
publican; Iowa. A. 11. Cummins Ro-
imlitlnnn: Knnsas. K. V. Hoch Ho-
tmbllcaii: Kentucky. J. C. W. Heck-
ham Democrat; Maine Wllllnm T
Cobb. Republican; Massachusetts
Curtis Guild. Jr. Republican; Mich-
tann F. M. Wnmcr Republican; Mln-
nrjM)ta. J. A. Johnson Democrat; No-
lirnaka. J II. Mickey. Republican; No-
ada. John Sparks. Democrat; Now
Hampshire John Mclnno Republi
can; New York F. W. lllgglns Ro
publican; North Dakota K. Y. Sear-
les Ropubllcati; Orogou G. U. Cham-
iK'rlalii Democrat; Pennsylvania S.
W. runnypHcker Republican; Rhode
Inland George II. lUtor Republican;
Bouth Carolina. I). C. Ileyward Dem
ocrat; South Dakota. 8. II. Klrod Re
publican; Tennessee John I. Cox
Democrat; Texas S. V. T. Lntihnm
Detnocrnt Vermont Charles J. Hull
Republican; Wisconsin J. O. David
son. Uonubllrnn. Wyoming. H. H.
WATT9 WATTS AND WATTS.
Tho mayors of Salllsnw Mnldrow
and Wagoner Inst year wore named
Wntta. The mayors of Salllsnv nnd
Wagoner Messrs Joss W. an. Chas.
n. Watts arc brothors anl "tens of
Hon. Jeff Walls deceased who ut ono
time was known ns tho King of the
nl commencement of Indlnnoln College
take pla-o In this city May 20-30.
They have four Rraduntes and tho ox-
orolsos promise lo bo IntorosllnR.
Wynnowood I. T. Rov. F. J. Stowo
pastor of tho Cumberland Presbyteri-
an church of bills city has been elect-
ed president of tho Indlnnofa CoIIoro
for tho term of 190G07. Mr. Stowo
was formerly dean of oratory In tho
Tom Tuck cnshlor ff tho Citizens'
Nntlonnl bank of Antlers has rescu-
ed bin position. Ho Is succeeded by
II. S. Spratt of 8herman Toxns.
Pauls Valley News says: City Tax
Assessor Aberncthy hns completed
tho assosment for 1000 and finds the
valuntlon $019128. For 1905 It wns
$R772S8.ir which shows a Rain of
A territorial charter has been Is
sued to tho 1111ns Oil nnd Gas Com
pany which Is preparing to drill for
oil nnd gne on tho now townslte of
Illlss n short dlstanco from tho old
station of Hint nnnlo on the Santa Fc
railroad. Tho lots In the new town
will bo awarded to purchasers some
tlmo (his month.
Tho town of Iloynton has called a
special election lo be held Juno 12 lo
volt on tho Issuo of $10000 In bonds
to be used for building a aehool house
There are 500 peoplo In Iloynton. Po
tenu has also asked permission to vote
a lond Issue of 110000 for school
building and llokchlto will veto on
n proposition to Issue $0000 for tho
Severnl months ago there was pub-
llshed a book entitled "Notnblo Men
of tho Indian Territory nt tho Hogln-
nlng of tho Twentieth Century" con
slstlng almost exclusively of portraits
of men of the terltory who wnntod
to be so classified nnd woro willing
to pay $10 for tho privilege ol tho
classification nnd n short biographic'
al sketch. New some of Hies notn
Idea" refuse to pay on tho grounds
that they did not get their rnney's
worth and on other pretexts. Thrco
lntnnlcm llu fnmiht vnlnlv for many
ytiirs to hnvo his claim to cltlonshlr cltlxens of Fort Gibson have been sued
In the Cherokee nntlr.n reco.tnlr.ed. by the puiilisner
When Judgo Unrford cmpnnoiod tno
petit Jury at Chandler last wvk ho
cautioned them pIJYllcularly ngnlnst
lint to no puritosc Thos. J. Watts
lliayor of Mnldrow Is tho couMn of
tho mayors of Wnponor and Salllsnw.
All thrco are Domocrnts and lawyers
uiul have a good practice. Chas. O.
"Watts wan re-elected mayor of Wag-
oner. Tho other two did not attempt
to bo rd-elected.
It Is said that Senators Aldrlch
..Klklns Dcpuw nnd Piatt are horrltled
What Ralph J. Hurton n membor of the
iAmurlcnn House of lirds" should
have ncted us an attorney for 11 get
rich quick concern
TOLD DY TELEPHONE.
44.4444. 4.4422.214.171.124.4. 4444444Mt-l--H-4-K-M--M--H 4-'f
Five-Year Old Girl Injured and May
Die Entire Family Sustain Inju-
ries Storm at Othei Points
Foliowed by Heavy Ral.i
Wnxnhachtf rcims May 20 The
residence ol J. 1). Duke a farn or liv-
ing two miles south of the lltto town
of HockKt was ifnnplcto'.y ntinllillat
ol last night by a ryclona Tin storm
struck thr hour at $;40 o'clrck nnd
wns of oily n few seenndf' duration
The destruction of the hoise was to
tal not oven tho foundation was left
standing. Lumber fiom the building
and all iho ho-'-'sei'iold effects wero
strewn a dlstnnoe of halt n mile
through the field.
Mr. Duke's family consisted of Mm-
self wlfo nnd t.lne chlldron every
member r.f whom sustained Injuries
of somo rhnrac.cr.
An lufant a boy about 9 days old
wns killed outright.
Mnudlo May Duke a llttlo girl C
years old received Internal Injuries
from which sho will die.
Wtlllo Duke i youth nbout IS years
old. received a tovero scalf wound.
Mr. Duke wns struck on tho bend
by n piece of timber and a long gash
cut over tho loft eye to th bene.
Ills collar bono wns broken and ono or
two ribs fractured.
Mrs. Duko Btutalnod n nur.boi of
painful Aminos but was not serlously
Two children were carried nbout
100 yanls from tho site of tho house
by tho wind. Ono of these a clrL
was sllshtly bnilied 011 tho nm. All
tho Injured monbors of tho family
woro convcyod to tho heme of a neigh-
bor where thoy nre b'ln cn-ed for
A physician wns cnlleO fiom this city
last night to attend them.
Wnelder roports blpgot riln In
ninny yors considerable wli.d nnd
great olectrlcnl display with consldern
bio proporty damage.
Much amagc by wind Is ropoited
Waco r.lso lind a vlolor.t elctrlcnl
storm and heavy rainfall
Wind nrd hnll did loti of lamago
to crops In vicinity of Gntesvillo. A
similar roport comes fiom Holton
where tin hnll Is reported "very
large.' Corslcana Georgetown Chlco
Granger hnd oihor (onirnl Texas
towns report moio or .ess dnrrngo by
Special Monday Bargains
I On Monday only we offer a special reduction on all Ladies' and Misses' Woolen
bKirts. You will find all the desirable materials colors and styles 01 tnc sea-
son represented in our stocK garments that are specially well tailored and
fjood fitting. Prices as follows for Monduy: t
S3 50 Skirt Mordny only $3 18
J.Co .Skirt Monday only 3 53
4.50 Shir; M 1 tlty only 3 98
fi.CO Stirt Mund.iy onl 4 38
r. 50 Skiit Monday only 4 82
0.00 Skirt Monday only ... 6 32
5-10.00 Skirt Monday only
SO 50 Skirt Monday only .
7 00 Skirt Monday only . ..
7.50 Suirt Monday only ....
8.00 Skirt Monday only ...
8.50 Skirt Monday only
0 00 Skirt Monday only
. 6 68
.. 7 48
Great Embroidery Special
t As an evidence of our appreciation of the splendid trade on Embroidery this J
I season we will on Monday only place on sale our entire stock of fine Embroi- $
I deries consisting of Edging's Insertions and Allovers in Swiss NainsooK and t
I fine Cambric your unrestricted choice of all Embroideries that sell from 25c
t a yard up Monday only at r
I One-Fourth Off $
Shoe Sale Extraordinary
During our recent sale on Summer Footwear most all the sizes from 4 to 6 t
1 were bought up leaving us a surplus of small sizes. For Monday we have
? gathered togthoer the following sizes 1 1-2 2 2 1-2 and 3 and assorted them t
. fll 0 m
into two nig lots lor a quicn clearance on nonuay ana u you ore toe possessor .-j
of small feet you g'et the bargain of your life. You find high grade service-
able Oxfords and Sandals in the lot Dorthy Dodd and Drew Selby made most 1
of them. Plain and patent Kid all styles heels and toes. But remember in ?
small sizes only
Lot No. 1 Contains Ladies' Oxfords and
Wo nro Just as careful to see that
accepting fnvors Including tronts of j0llr proscription drugs nro puro nnd
( This section wns visited by & rain
tnd hnll Htorni yetelH aftornoon.
V 'It. K. 3tr;inKt died suddonlv TnS'
dnv nfturniMin nt about -I oviooh of
oongosllon The dfceosed wns n social
mumber of th lloden Woodem of
Aimirlcn and wat burled un Icr tho
nusplces c.f that onltr. Tho Woodmen
art) tubing cr of his crop and help
big his family.
"Wo Imv had plnty of rain.
Tho farn-em are behind with their
work. Simi of thtmi r havlnr to re
plant fur the tbird time.
Thur wns a nice rain ycterdav f-
iiirniMiii but It wni not nppritclatd
by the fa"ii:ws.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Morgan enter-
mined a n 'inber of their yonm trlonds
nt their home Friday.
Hubert Youngs and Homor I.attls
ero up Friday from Crupher
Mrs. Btmmtms i aU daughtr fvmma.
varo hero vMtlng Mr nnd Mr John
There Is qulto .1 llttlo agitation hero
la In vorofBtreet paving. It Is proposc-d
to jiavo somo flvo or six blocks on
"Muln street from tho court houso to
There was a consl lorablf wind
storm hero vestordny atlomoon No
daxnag was done In this cHy. At Wll
Hams nuich It la reported that many
lives were uproots.
Tho bnndsomo two-story brick build
lng to bo used by tho Pu.rcll Dank &
Trust Co. Is Hearing complete n.
A' sow gin Is being i.ul't bore. Tho
plant will bo In operation II time
-Jvr this fall'B cotton crop. "
Oun toters" nro hnvln? a hird road
to travol In all partH of OklahMnn.
Three Payno county boys woro arrest-
ed nnd fined last week for dlstu Mng a
public meeting bv nttemptlng o start
n "rough nousc." inoy were uneo uw
to $75 nnd sentenced to from sixty
dnya to four months In Jail nnd still
have to nnswer to the charge of car-
rying concealed weapons Into n public
assemblntto. It Is to be hoped tint that
Payno county system will be general-
ly adopt oil.
Muskogee. 1. T. Hill Parker a
young man living about bIx mllos enst
of this cltv was shot and family
wnntulod I v nnother young man as
thoy were going homo from Muskogee
yesterday. Ills assailant Jumped out
of tho wagon and succeeded In mak
ing hli escape on foot.
nmhrlrt. Okla. The town council of
Illngwcad where n city cyclone cellar
was constructed luts appolntexl nn of
ficial crier who must arous tre peo-
ple In case of nn approaching wind-
storm and summon all to tho collar.
Oklahoma City. Okla. around was
purchased today for the locution of nn
Independent oil refinery to coit $75.-
oofl. OWnhonw and Kentucky capital
ists are Interested.
UtwtM) Ok The potcfflce at Hes-
sle was broken Into Inst night and tho
place looted. Seventy-two dollars In
stamps and currency was talun. No
clew as to the robbors has been found.
potent ns wo arc In compounuing.
Twelve years prescription filling with-
our error prove our carefulness.
27 F. J. HAMSEY Druggist.
Davis I. T. May 2C Since this
city has become so cosmoiolltnn sov-
ernl societies have beon organized
nnd today tho "Toxns Society" wns
formed with 21S eurollod mouthers.
They say this membership will be
more than doubled within thirty days
and It will bo their aim to build u
rustic homo for the society on Honey
Creek about live miles Houthwost of
the city where all mombers may
meet nt pleasure and discuss matters
iwrtiilnlng to the order.
Somo weeks ago the "Missouri So-
clety" was organlxed and ndoptoil ns
n motto: "Show me." for I am from
MIsAotirl. It Is believed that when all
of tho old statos are represented by
social organizations the total mem
bershlp will aggregate about 2500.
We had to work nights last weok to
get our work out but now havo oxtra
help nnd can get your laundry back
moro promptly this weok.
13-tf NEW STEAM LAUNDRY.
It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold.
How often do wo hear It remarked:
'It's only a cold' and a few days
later learn that tlio man Is flat on his
back with pneumonia. This Is of such
common occurrence that a cold bow-
over slight should not bo disregarded.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy counter-
acts any tendency of a cold to result
In pneumonia and baa gained Its
great popularity and cxtenslvo sale
by Its prompt cures of this most com
mon aliment. It always curcB and Is
pleasant to take. For sal; by F. J.
IUmsey "W. D. Frame Ardmore Drug
Co Bonner & Bonner.
This Week Special on Flat Work.
Send us a bundle of 25 or moro
pieces nssorted to suit yourself of
any of tho following: Tnble colors
napkins towels ragB shoots pillow
slips handkerchiefs no countorpnno.
Our price 1 cent ench. Homembor the
red wngon. Get your bundles In onrly.
13-tf NEW STEAM LAUNDHY.
btrnp suiuluis tlm ormtnul prico wns from
$2-50 to S3.50; the special salo price hns been
S1.7H una SLHs; the new sum price lor Mon-
day only will I'Q your choicw lot" 1 00
Lob No. 2 Lidies Oxfords nnd S'np Snn-
$2.fjU tlie special sitle pricv hn-
and 1.18; tho new suit price lor
only will be clioicc for
puir. . .
At. tlioii. ridlnnloiislv low nriccs wo do not exnuct to refund monev or exchnnire anv of these 5
Shoes. You must nt thetn in store. Only small sizes but if your nuuioer is hvre it's a bargain J j
Stylish Millinery 1-4 Off
Fine Laces 1-4 Off
All Ladies' and Misses' Ua's worth from
5.00 up will bo on salo Monday at One-
p.mrtli Off thu nlnm tiiruro price. When you
tiguro that our regular prices are way under
tuose of the exclusive dealer you can esti-
I mate this as the best opportunity 01 tno sea-
son to buy Hih Grade Millinery.
Great Items in Wash Goods
We hnve added several now things to the special offering In high grade Wash Stuff
Don't fail to see them Mouda ; values way abovo 10c in the lot u per yard
We will ronke a special price for ono day
only on all high grndo Laces. In Baby Irish
Batiste. Cluny and Fine Net Tons in edge-
ings bands and allovers. All Laces selling
regular from 25c up Will be sold Monday at ?
As usual we want you in the store None of these Specials will be sent C. 0. D.
None on Phone Orders. . X
See the Bright New
in Show Windows
We Assist You to
by Even Change
I The Only Cash Store in Ardmore. The Store that Sells for Less.
To Search for Son.
New York May 20. Mrs. I.ydln
Titus of Hocklnud. Maine Is In Hos
ton to raise fund to prosecuto n
search for the body of her sou Kd-
Kiir M. Tltus who with his brothor-
Inlaw disappeared in Doath Vollry
California Juno 2t5 1005. Tltus loft
Tellurldo Colo. with thirty burros to
sell to minors but wandered In
search of wator nnd disappeared In
RATES TO CALIFORNIA
Will Remain In Effect on the Santa
Owing to tho recent dlsnstor In Sau
Francisco thoro will bo no meeting
of the National educational Associa-
tion In 100G.
In ordor that thoso who hnvo antici
pated tho pleasure of making a trip I
C. C. 4. 3. F. Ry Excursions.
Special excursion to Mexico City
Mox.. Sent. 3rd to 1-Uh. Hate 3G
COTTON BELT EXCURSIONS.
San Francisco Cnl. ono fare plus!
Kntlonal Educational Assoclatlo- "p. oeiiing juno
rnnvrminn. San Francisco. Cal.. June ' July 7 l'juo inclusive. Limited
2rth to July 7th. Rato J52. 1 for roturn September 15 1906
nienntal Meeting General Federa-
tion of Women's clubs St. Paul
Minn. May 2Cth 2Sth 23th nnd 30tn
Special excursion to Mexico City
Tragedy at NUnnum.
Mnngum Okla May 2fi list night
Samuel Cothron was slut and wound-
ed by C. M. White. Cothron returned
the flro and shti White In the face
killing him. Tin men haw been one-
mles It 'i said Cothron cannot live.
We havo a new man to look after
your rough dry thU week and pro-
pose to mako this a feature of our
13-tX NEW STEAM LAUNDRY.
to California may not bo disappointed Mcx Jun(J 25 to Juy 7thi Rnt0 38
tho Santa Fo hns decided to permit
rates and arrangements for tho abovo
named meotlngs as heretofore un-
nounced to remain In effect
For thoso that may not bo familiar
with tbse arrangements we give
For National Educational Associa-
tion convention nt San Francisco to
have been held in July a rato of ono
faro plus 2 for round trip will bo ef-
fect. Belling Juno 25 to July 7 flnnl
limit September 15.
As stopover privileges nro allowed
on these tickets you may visit the
Grand Canyon of Arizona Petrified
Forest nnd Mokl Indian Pueblos.
Drop me a card for doscrlptlvo book-
lets and nny other information you
may desire regarding trip to Califor-
nia. W. S. KEENAN
0. P. A. O. C. & S. F. R. R-
W. A. DASHIELL Ticket Agent.
Eureka Springs and return. On sole
dally from Feb. 1st Rate. $12.50 re-
tun limit 90 days. Rate $17.60 re-
turn limit C months.
Sulphur Springs I. T. and return.
On sale dally from March 1st Rate
$2.60 return limit 90 days.
Saint Paul Minn. Biennial Meet-
ing General Federation of Women's
Clubs May 30 to June 7th. Rate one
way fare Pl" 2 for round trip. Dates
of sale May 26 28 29 and 30th. Re-
turn limit June 9th.
W. A. DASHIELL Agent
J. W. WARING T. P. A. Sherman
Galnmor ranges ore guaranteed.
See our ad
Stevens Kennerly k Bpragi&B Co.
Los Angeles Cal. ono faro for the
round trip. Selling Sopterabnr 3 to;
14 Inclusive. Limit for return Octo
ber 31 1906.
St. Paul Minn. one fare plus J2
Selling May 26 to 30 1906. Limit
June 9 1906.
Special excursions to Mexico ont
raro plus $2 for the round trip. Selll
lng Juno 25. July 27 106. UmlJ
September 15 1906. J
Very low rates will bo made effec4
tlvo to tho following:
Call on any Cotton Belt agent foi
full Information regarding your trl
or address D. M. MORGAN
Trav. Pass Agt. Fort Worth Tex. (
Trav. PasB. Agt. Waco Texaa. i
R. C. FYFE I
Asst. Gen. Frt and Paai. Agt Tylei
JOHN F. LEHANB
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt Tyler Tex.
Police Fooled Again.
Galnmor Steel ranges are so cheat
that tae police think we stole thet&j
Sold and guaranteed by
Stevens Keaoerly ; Bprsti&a Cti
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