The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 148, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 8, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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The Distinctive features of our Clothing arc: The Outlinespin Style
me naienais irimmmes WorKmanship and Durability. mrMyJ
Has boon well
enrnod by our
aocngb ga9rc& Ctotbcg
APPnOPRIATION TO FENCE GAME
PRESERVE IS TOO SMALL
Present Plans Will Require Several
Thousand Dollars More Than
Amount Designated by Con-
gress. Must Walt.
Tho chances aro that the gnrr-e
prcscrvo In tho Coinau'ihe country
will not bo fenced until after cotv
Kress again convenes as It has been
found that tho appropriation of JM
000 mado by tho last congress I3 not
sufficient. Plans nnd specifications
for tho fonco wore prepared by some
ono In ono of tho departments at
Washington who had about as much
Idea of what was required as a Com
ancho Indian had of tho classics. In
fact thnt S characteristic wi'.h a stoat
-deal of the departmental work at
Washington where a case of cronlc
swellhoad seems to pcrmcato tho
Tho plans for this fence around tho
gamo preserve wero propared by
Bomo clerk who had never visited
tho preserve and knew absolutely
nothing nbout Its topography or tho
conditions. Tho plans nnd specifica-
tions call for fifteen miles of wire
fence seven feet and four inches high
with post sixteen feet npart. There
aro to ho twenty-tlvo horizontal wlro3
and sixteen perpendicular wires to
the ro 1. Tho posts aro to ho cut
peolod piled up four months nnd thon
creosotod. In order to construct this
fenco It will require 150000 pounds
Nino miles of this fonco must ho
built through granlto rock that would
require tho ubo of dynamlto to dip
tho post holes nnd remove liouMorti.
Col. E. F. Mitchell who lias been
figuring upon bidding upon tho con-
struction of tho fonco says that it
can't bo build under tho present
plons and specifications for a cent
less than $20000 and as that exceeds
tho appropriation tho construction of
tho fonco will have to bo delayed un-
til after congress again meets or nqw
plans and' specifications will have to
This-mean's that it'Vlll 'probably bo
THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES
a year or two at least before tho game
preserve Is fenced as under tho ores
out plans and specifications tho fnnn.
alono will cost Fix thousand dollors
more than tho appropriation to say
nothing about the buildings that will
Dairy and Food Commissioner's
The Minnesota 'Dairy nnd Food
Commission's analysis shows thnt
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
mm jii-es i-uxauve uonoy and Tar
contained opiates and croton oil.
Opiates aro poisons and croton oil- Is
a violent poisonous purgative. Re-
fuse to accept any but Foloy's Honoy
and Tar In a yellow package Foley's
Uonoy and Tar contains no opiates
or dangerous drugs and Is tho best
cough and cold cure. Hoffman & Co.
nnd City Drug Store.
Juatlirr Kurt Anmr
"I'm Clad to fi.iv." rim'u-l!.1 Mi...
Stroucmlmle In an Insinuating tone!
that my husband Is not a sporty man."
"Oh" replied Mrs. Kaflvnnn. Innl:ln.
very sweet nnd Innocent. "I'm sm-nri.
ed to hear you say that. I bad always
supposed that he must have married
you 011 a bet."-Chlcago necord-IIerald.
Uui luc or si-iiiimf
It U told Of the KOI1 of :l hnrw ilnntm-
a Hharp hid when once unexpectedly
called upou by his father to mount a
horse aud exhibit Iti pace tho little
fellow whispered the uuestlou In nrW
to regulate lipw lit should ride "Aro
you uuyiug or sellluz?" Tlt-Ults.
'Did I hear you say. old chan ihnt
marriage ban mado a now man of
"Then that wipes out that ten I own
you. Now lend mo five will von?"
Tho best trontmnnt fnr lrll-nir..
i.iiu uoidit .j; 1-. stuliuich -11 1 ... '
tho stomach. I tcan bo rostod i.v n
lOOd (llUCStnilt. Knilnt nntu
ach In shnnn In sntlofir-tfii.. f... I
ItS fUUCtlOIlB. Gnnil tnr IV1Itci I
sour Btomneh. n.itnl
of tho heart and dyspopsia. Kodol is j
mado In strict conformity with tho
National Puro Food nnd Drug Law.
Sold by Hoffman Drug Co.
Newly Improved resldonco nronnrtv
orated In noted watering nnd health
resort nnd railroad ' freight division
point in Texas' for Ardmo'ro Improved
property. SIDNEY. SUGGS!
Subscribe- tgr'o .Ardmbrplte
F YOU want a suit of
clothes that carries
with it all the stylish
features snap and trim
of a regular $35.00 to
$50.00 tailored suit
holds shape and color
wears as Iony; and at
the some time costs you
about $10.00 to $15.00
LESS we have them in
"M. a W." "Natcmbere
a CoV andi'Sterline '
$30 down to $15
Also hare other re-
$15.00 to $7.50
TIII3 AUDMOUK TVPOGnAPHICAL
uisiuiN o. CO. Meets first Frl-
-1 ... vuku niLr.in at 0: lb p m at
Union Hall. J. w. Golledge. Prcsl-
uont; u. B. Gaines Secretary.
" W.'H'. JOURNEYMEN INTER
.1 r' Uonday lht in tach
wiiKina president; E!
"ior wrigat secretary
CARPENTERS' AND JOirnSRB' OK
"inviort ino. iuzk UooU ever;
Thursday ulght 7:30. at Union
iin. i. . uox preaKent; D. N
OF ELECTRICAL. WORKER8-
MV"tfl fecoua and fourth Friday
ui nitcu moaui. M u. Parker
preaiaoni; A. A. HoJcoinb ecr
UlUUKIJiYERB' UASONB' AND
x -j-jAOjE.Hfc.ilB- INTERNATIONAL
uniun io. a Moots ovonr Batur
day nlcht. J. 11. Dixon presldont;
A. B. Drown secretary.
RETAIL CLERKS' I. P. ONION. No
635 Meets second and fourth Moa
day nights In ech moDth. Louis
S. Sheikowlts president L. 11. Horn
PAINTERS DECORATORS AND PA
PL'RHANGERS' UNION NO. 228.
Meets tho flrt and third Saturday
nights of each month at Union Hall
GUY CRENSHAW. President.
J. A. SPEARS Secretary.
ARDMORE TRADES COUNCIIr-
Meets first and third Friday nlghtR
In each month at Labor Hall. w.
C. Reaves president; D. N. Fergu-
D. DoArmond. president ; (i w
unoctaws and Chlckasaws.
Who liavo claims on file nnd have
failed to sccuro recognition and hava
their lands allotted should write
R. T. WILKL.SON. Ravla I. t'
Tho reason physicians Ilko to have
us compound their prescriptions Is bo-
caij!?a they recognlzo tho high qual-
ItV Of OUr StOCk nnil unrvlno T. T
Ramsey druggist . . . it
iff riH 1
Ono of the most popular nctors tit:
tliu American mage can boast today is
Charles It. Hanford who will appear
t tho Robison opera house on Mon-
day. November ID 11 a brilliant rerlv-
1 of "Julius Caesar". The play Is
ono which requires enormous re-
sources both as to scholarship and pe-
cuniary outlay. Mr. Hanford has con-
templated this revival for a number
of years the enterprise being especial-
ly congenial to him because It was
In "Marc Antony" that no made hi
ARRESTED FOR INTRODUCING.
Chickasaw Nation Man Pleads Guilty
Lawton Okln. Nov. 7. Tom Foster
a Chlckasawyer of somo note among
his clan of Introducers and among
tho authorities of lndlnn Territory
was arrested Saturday night by Depu-
ty Tom Walker on tho chargo of sell-
ing liquor to a Comanche Indian. Fos-
ter wns placed In tho county Jail and
this afternoon plcnded guilty to the
chargo. Ho will be taken to tho fed
eral Jail nt Guthrlo In n few days.
A six-foot negro whoso name was
not learned was arrested by tho po
lice Saturday night charged with boot
legging. While being held at tho city
Jail nwalting tho arrival of n United
States officer tho negro embraced tho
opportunity to cscapo and mndo good
tho effort;. Policeman Lantznestor
who has charge of tho pollco sta
tlon nt night called to the negro to
hnlt but tho negro flow ns If deaf
to all commands. Latznestcr shot nt
him onco with his revolver but the
negro lost himself In tho darkness of
tho alloy and mado goojl his escape.
United State Marshal Abernathy
wns In tho city tou.iy looking after the
matters In which tho government Is
Interested In closing up tho books of
the present term of the United States
nnd district court. Ho loft nt noon
for Frederick nnd Tesca. At the lnt-
tor place ho expects to exorcise the
right of suffrage tomorrow nnd Wed-
nesday ho goes to Ilobart for the
opening of tho term of Kiowa county
Abornnthy's good frlcndH hero nro
prono to harp on tho marshal's growth
Into tho handsome. "You got to be
a finer looking man every day" some
of thorn said to him. "My wlfo says
that's Impossible" laughed Abernathy.
No. 42 leaves 6:05 a.m.
No. U loaves 12:60 n. m.
No. -13 arrives 8:05 a. in.
No. -11 arrives 7:35 . m.
No. SI (local) leaves 7:00 a. m.
No. 10 lonvos 2:40n. 11.
No. 3 nrrives
. 6:39 p. m.
No. S3 (local) nrrives.
... 4:00 a.m.
...12:35 p. in.
...11 .nr. n. m.
. . . B:35 p. m.
Wo havp a brand now lino of hue.
gies nud nro making terms and. prices
to suit all . .
Iwtf NODIJ3 I1HOH.
! performance of IIiIh part with
llooth-Ilarrett company wns balled bv
tho critics with so much entliuhlnsm
and endorsed with such unmistakable
approval by tho public that thero
seemed no other course left open to
him except to urasp the golden op
portunity which the foresight and gen-
oroslty of Booth and Barrett had plac-
ed within his grasp. Tho Hanford pro-
ductlon this year will surpass all the
previous presentations under tho aus
pices of this favorite actor.
HI. Wnlttnir I'lno.
There wns n "stub" railroad that
ran from Anaconda Marcus Daly's
winter nonio to the main lino of thw
Northern Pacific at Garrison where it
connected with thoo rplendMly
equlpircd trains serpentine voyagers
upon tn prnino sea. that l.-nvn at.
Paul nnd swing across the continent
tnrougn canyon forest anil nlnln ilrnn
ping headlong down Uie west slope
of the Cascade range Into Seattle the
third day out. These trains went west
by wny of Missoula near Daly's ranch
home. In winter storing in Dakota
delayed theso fliers lu nnrhit tlm
freshet." In summer henvy passenger
travel nnil in rail the cumbrous move
ment or tue harvests. Daly was once
on the wHih'hh Btaud nnd under cross
examining lire lir a local ronrosnnln.
tive of the Northern Pacific railroad.
"Whore do you live?" the Urst question
was sharply asked. "I have n resi-
dence at Anaconda 11 nil one nt Hamil
ton" replied Daly. "Well." Immediate
ly queried the lawyer "where do you
spend mont or your time" Mlok as
the flush of a quail's wing en mo (he
answer "At Garrison waiting for
iNortliorn Pnclflc trains."
lludmm Ai'rnrillliK to IlimU.
Iilltlons nJa.T an Important nart In thi
nress or t 10 t 1 nese manilui- ns. " mw
of tho Urst and second clasa wear n
button of coral rod. suggested per-
haps by a cock's comb since the cock
1 a me liiru mat adorns t he r breast
ine miru class are gorreous with n
robe on which a peacock Is emblazon
ed while from the ceuter of the red
fringe of s!k upon the hat rises a
lapphlro button. The button of tlm
fourth class Is an opauue. dark nurnh.
Sllltlf. nnil H11. rl.itt.(...1
robe Is the pelican. A silver pheasant
v... i.iv .uui- mill Qirnr crystal uuttoii
on the hat are the rank of the fifth
Cluss. Tho sixth class urn cntltli.) In
... .. . .... I
wear an embroidered stork mid n t.nin
stone initicn the xercnth a imrtrldgo
mid an embossed irold lmtt DM. Itl tllk
eighth the partridge Is reduced to a
quail and the gold button becomes
plain while the ninth class mmiiini-in
nan to do content with a common spnt
row for his emblem with silver for
The word cook used In tho sense of
coot up accounts." Ii generally put
In quotation marks but the phrase haa
uoen almost one cumicli in iis tn r.iv
It Indisputable standing. Smollett
wrote or "cooking accounts" In 17.11
ana proofs wero "cooked" n century
earlier but womehow "cook" remains
whst tho dictionaries sniff nt n "i
loqulul" in this nense while "concoct"
wuicn menus to cook or boll together
has the status of a fully accepted
wont fhe ltomaus used "concoquo"
nnu tue sinuilo "eoquo" alike In
metnilliorlcul sonsn nf nntiilnrln.
devising but the obvious uictnnhnr nf
"cooking" accounts never occurred to
thorn. Chicago News.
Cured of Drljht's Disease.
I Mr. HolKirt O. Ilurke. Klnnra. N
writes: "llt.soro I started to uso Fo
Icy h Kidmci- Curo I had to irnt
from twelve tn twentv times nltrh
and I Mni nil Mooted un with rt rnnsv
and by eyoslfitit wafl so Impaired I
could scarcely i;eo ono of my family
across tho room. I had given up hopo
01 nvm wnen a rrieaii recommended
roioytt htinj- Cttre. Ono 50-ceut
nottlo wiit1:l wonders nnd beforo I
had takf ttie thlr4 Wottle tho dropsy
nnu gone aa veil u all other symp
toms-Of JlrifJits disease." Hotrman K.
Co. and Cltv Drur Store.
i first groat success iih u star
Bio: Hand Flour I
failed to niako
Kootl. If you
uro ilosirous of
flour tlmt is far
above tho aver-
ago iiiMst on
BIG HAND BRAND
For Sale by All Grocers
TYLER & SIMPSON
A strictly spot cash n'ro- t
eery aftt'r December 1st t
' '" V
Cheap Rates to
Daily until October Hist. f!nl.
onists tickits will bo on sale to
California and Mexico points tit
exceptionally low rates:
fYjJJTp daoPrnnclncn Muxlcii Clly I
" U Ancwlt-H Oumlla)ara:
Chicago J33 524
St. louls 30 J24
Kansas City $25 $24
Omaha $25 $25
Parsons $25 $2T
Oklahoma Cll $25 $32
Throutih tourist slconors frnm
St. Louis and Kansas City on
Tuesday of each week You step
into the ears hero and do not
leao them until you reach San
Francisco. Ask your neatest
ruilroad a't. for rates or address
W. ST. CJEOKtJH
(Jonoral Passongor Agent M'. K. & T.
Uy. Wnlnwrlght Uldc. tit. Louis.
GEO. It. HECKEIl
D. P. A.. M K. & T. Ilv.
Oklahoma City Okla.
Truo and tried friends cf the fatnilv
Do Witt's Llttlo Early Itlsors. Good
puis. Sold by Hoffman Drm: Co .
Good for overvthlne a salve is nsmi
for.-DoWItt's Witch Hazel Hnlv.. r.i.t
DoWitt's Sold by Hoffman Dru.? Co.
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