The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 235, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 6, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING CO.
SIDNEY SL'GCS President.
Entered at the Postoffice at Ardmore
as Second Class Matter. i
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AND THE CITY OF ARDMORE.
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Any erroneous reflection on the
diameter standing or reputation of
any person firm or corporation
which may up pear in the columns of
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rected upon its In ins brought to the
Mention of the iniiniipenient.
Ardmore Thursday July 6 1911
MORRIS & COMPANY SAY ARTI
CLE DID THEM AN INJUSTICE.
There was an article .published in
the Dai'y Ardmoreite of .lime IS con-i
cernliiK the packing plant in this
city owned ly (). !. Warren. While'
the article did not mention any other
particular paokitiK plant yet it huh
Rested that the local concern used
much greater care in the i-aii' of
meats than otlier concerns. To the
statements made in that article the
government inspectors haw ftiheu
exceptions and have written us con-
cerning thees assertions and the Mor-
ris Tacking Company of Oklahoma
City has uIro written lis claiming
that the article was tin injustice to
them and to their business. In the
imblioatlon of the article we had only
one desire and that was to say a
ooxl word for the local plant and
for Mr. Wnren who has done a
Kreut deal of work and Hcnt much
time and money to perfect a plant
liere'that Is a credit to the city.
Will Id we appreciate the local plant
we also have a pride in all worthy
Institutions of the state. The Morris
Company nt ikhhonni City is a use
fill liisti'iitlon to the whole state of
Oklahoma and we would many limes
rather publish matter that would lie
of service to them than to throw any-
thiiiK in tholr way for the reason
that It !s conducted under the strict
regulation! of the government it
helps to build up the industries of
he state und to furnish employment
for hundreds of our winkers. In this
connection wo t ike pleasure in pub-
lishlng in full the letter which was
pent ns by the Morris people:
"Oklahoma City July ::
"IMitor of The Dailv Anlmoreitt
"A copy of your paper of Sunday
June ISth. containing an article on
the local cold storage plint in your
city has been brought to our atten-
tion. ' This article while it is a splen-
did w rite up of your home eoneern
wiig o manifestly unjust to us. and
tlio tlgld government inspection a;
our plant that we feel that if you
thoroughly inspected our plant and
knew the system of Inspection which
tho government maintains from the
time that live cattle arc bought until
the product is actually loaded on our
refrigerator cars you would not hes-
itate to set your readers right aboil'
our business. The fait that we have
spent a large amount of money in
establishing a 'ix 1; yards '. ml lack-
ing (enter here in Oklahoma City is
undoubtedly known to you. and in a
small way n have spent sonn funiU
in your own city and expect to siwnd
"Now in order that you may have
an opportunity to know the exact
conditions prevailing .it our plant we
will lie glad ti pay the expenses of
it representative from your paper to
Oklahoma City and return and when
be arrives here to rive him five ac-
cess to our enti-e plant and in no
way hinder :mv investigation whidi
he may care to make. We would not
attempt to influence an article which
.be would write after such an ins;e-
fiiin as we would rely upon your
fairness as a !nsinc-s concern to
state the facts exactly as you found
We are not sendi; ; on this let-
ter in the spirit of anythi l? but
friendliness and while it is not In
tended for publication we hope that
if you refer to it in any way that
you will publish it In fit'!. Trusting
to have the Tdenstire of c tag one
tf yor representatives In the near
Yon is truly
UOKItlS ft COM TAX Y.
REFORM FOR SOCIETY GIRLS.
Lords Would Be Forgotten in the i
(ir;ind .lanction Colo. July V- -Mm.
I'.eatrice Riinhain Otto t!ie Ho.-ton
artist who was recently married on
the top of Independence Kock to John
Otto the hermit of Monument Can-
yon is planning to start a colony of
fiirls within tho new covernmeiit
park. The average society slrl of
the c;ist she assorts is a "friwi'ous
ilo!l" whom no self-respect In:; vvest-
mer would marry and with whom no
easterner with any manline-s would
fall in love.
The iirtist l.iiile who is wealthy in
her own ik'ht has Invited twenty
live v c m i i women acuaililances
some f litem the daughters of mil-I'onairi-s
tn leave their homes in
lh" ast ami become members of
No More Cigarettes.
Her Ideas that the training which
rich iMietus Raw their daughters U
responsible for their attitude toward
life. She wants to end their willing-
ness to many titled forelgnei s Their
inclination to dwaddle around in "do
nothing" Ktyle KtnokiiiK cigarettes
and drinking cocktails until they are
unfitted to become the wives of real
Americans will lie mrerod by free
life in the mountains. She 'became
disgusted with society life In ISoston
and five year ago deserted a career
of art there to K)end her life with
the Indians in New Mexico.
Prefers Indians to Society.
"There is more manhood and wom-
anhood among the lowest tribes of
Indians in the west." hhe said "than
in the homes of Tour Hundreds' in
New York Chicago or any other
Mrs. Otto sient five years paint-
ing and living amoiiK the Indians in
New Mexico and Arizona where she
met John Olto the trail builder. She
was married to him a few weeks ago.
Otto is an ordinary miner and pros-
pector but Miss Karnhum Raw in
him qualities which none of her
wealthy suitors in the east displayed.
GOVERNOR AGAIN VICTOR.
In His War Against Pugilistio Com-
bats in State.
Tulsa; Okla. July .1. Governor Iee
Cruce won another victory In his war
against pugilistic combats in the ftnte
of Oklahoma -Tuesday night when thei
presence of Adjutant. General Frank
Canton of Oklahoma City and com-
pauy A of Iho state militia caused)
the promoters of the I'ete Shanghnes-
sey welterweight prize light sched-
tiled to U held Tuesday night to call!
off the contest. The light was match-j
ed six wecka ago but was postponed;
when the grand jury convened here.:
was set for July 4 after the Morris-'
I'lynn light had been cancelled.
Monday Judge i. M. Poo went to
Oklahoma City to confer with Cover-
nor Cruce in the matter and Sheriff I
William McCnlloiiKli and County At
ti rney Pat Malkiy announced that I
the tight positively would not be held J
in Tulsa county. Then the promoters:
of the tight announced by hand-bills j
Tuesday afternoon t'inf the light posi .
lively would be held at the country j
club iust Inside the Osage territory
which took the tight beyond Judge
l'oe's jurisdiction. Tutvday night;
howeer. after staying in the armory1
since Monday armed with forty
rounds of ammunition the militia un-i
der Adjutant. General Canton forced '
the tight to lie definitely called off.
Bunching the Automobiles.
The records f the state highway
department shew that approximately
l.oilO automobiles ate owned in Ok-
lahoma county. 'o other county ap-
proai lies this showing the next high-
est iH'ing Muskogee with only "On
machines owned in the entire coun-
ty. Of the eight other counties that
have sent approximate figures to date
Nowata bails with 1 iK. and Payne
ounty is next with forty-five. Garvin
county of which Pauls Valley Is the
county .-eat reports twenty-eight m.i
chines. A number of other counties
have sent reuiiests for the liceie re-
ceipts estimating the inmVr tiny
will ii-o at from four or five to 17.".
The automobile licence fee of $l.nn
will be- used to commence the- im-
provement of all the highways in the
-late and will be collected not only
froin every owner in the state but
from drivels who bring machines
'rom ot'ier states. --Oklahoma!.
Th-e Mackay Telegraph and Cable
Company are anti-combine and solic-
its business as an independent om-
jietitive system. Direct offices in a'.l
the principal cities and towns of the
I'nited States and Canada with ca-
ble service to all the World. Office
Jo I West Main street. Pltone 214.
CONGRESS WILL NOT
PASS OTHER BILLS
AND PRESIDENT TAFT'S PET
MEASURE WILL PROBABLY ES-
Washington July .1 Passage of the
Canadian reciprocity bill unamended
will constitute the sole tariff legisla-
tion enacted this session of congress
Is Hi.- view of most or the Insurgent
republican senators despite their de
inand for other tariff reduotlons. Thii-
tentative conclusion Is subject to a
final determination to lie reached at
tin informal conference of the insnr
gents as soon as the absentees re-
turn to Washington which will be
Notwithstanding the contention of
Senator IMstow of Kansas that
amendments reducing the duties on
cotton wool teo sugar lead leather
and otlier rubber manufactures to lej
attached to the reciprocity bill and
the proposed amending" program of
Messrs. Cummins of Iowa La Kollette
of 'Wisconsin and others some of the
itwurgents who believe they reflect
tlfe iew of their wins of the party
generally expressed the opinion the
reciprocity bill would be parsed about
August 1 the wool and free list bills
voted down or carried over to the reg-
ular session and that congress would
ailjouni after disposing of reciprocity.
Want to See Senate's Hand.
Speaker Champ Clark and otlier
liouso leaders are anxious that the
senate take some action on the meas-
ures the house litis passed and put
sijuarely before the senate even If
the nieanures are defeated. The speak-
er wiij one of tlie few members of
either house who braved the heat in
the almost deserted rapltol today ami
he ventured the "guess" that congress
would adjourn about September 1.
Meantime house leaders are plan-
ning more tariff revision measures
and the ways and means committee
probably will meet next Thursday to
map out a cotton schedule revision.
Senators are studying the free list
and wool bills particularly the form-
er. The attitude of tho senators to-
ward tlie wool bill was reflected In
views expressed by Senator rtorah of
Idaho one of tho Insurgent leaders.
"In my opinion." said he "the wool
bill as it now stand. will not receive
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
the support of the progressive sena-
tors. I do not speak of any authority
f it in them but that Is my Judgment
liowevtr a wool bill may bo worked
out of the situation which would re-
ceive their support."
The debate on the reciprocity bill
wiil be resumed In the senate Wednes-
day Senator Cummins of Iowti will
continue hU a'tack and Senator Bur-
ton of Ohio will supKrt the measure
in a isecli either Wednesday or
HISTORIC SPOT'S LOCATION.
Legislature Is Seeking Old Camp of
Hominy okla. July 5. Somewhere
in the Osage or Pawnee Indian nations
in the place where Washington Irv-
ing pitched his camp when lie made
his tour of tne prairies In 1832. The
exact upot has never been discovered
but there is an old Osage lildian liv-
ing near Hominy who says he remem-
bers the visit of Irving and tlie site
of his camp. This Indian U being
sought by Charles Peters of Hominy
a member of the lower house of the!
state legislature and lias in mind the
erection of a statue or monument on
the site. He also plans a celebration
on the site next year which will lie
the eightieth anniversary of the visit
"A reading or "The Tour of the
Prairies' will convince anyone famil-
iar with the Osage and Pawnee na
tions that Irving camped in one of;
those nations after he left Fort Gibson i
and entered tho prairies where the!
Indians were" Representative Peters
says. "It has been stated that Irving
also bail a camp In the Wichita Moun-
tains but his account of his adven-
tures does not prove this." j
Wo are now located in the building
west of the Hyden-Adams Co. where
we will bo until tho building at our
old location Is completed. This move
will not Interfere with our business as
we are well equipped as ever to do
your cleaning 'and pressing. Don't
forget ns and our new location when
you wan! cleaning and pressing.
r. 2 Tailors and Hatters;
Don't envy your neighbor for the I
fine biscuits she Is serving. Buy
Honey Bee flour and serve the kind i
on your own table that fairly popt
open with luscious goodness. Felker 1
ells that famous flour. j
We MaKe It Our Business
To MaKe Money For You
Make the happiest start of your entire life today by making up your mind to own a farm in Southern
C. L. Anderson cashier of the First National Bank says: "Every acre of Southern -Oklahoma land that
will grow alfalfa is worth $100 an acre." There are thousands of acres of land here lhat will grow alfalfa and
that land can be bought today for one-fourth and in many instances fr less than one-fourth that amount. Good
terms can be had on much of the land. The titles are the best in the world. Land ownership extends no further
back than the date of allotment in severalty to the individual Indians by the United States government and no
old claims or grants nor any heirs can ever come in and take your possessions in Southern Oklahoma.
The winters are mild and the farmer can work every month of the year. Cattle are fed but one month
out of the twelve. Hogs thrive better here than in any other section. Southern Oklahoma hogs bring more on
the market than the hogs from any other section. There is a demand here for stock farms. Good breeds of cat-
le horses and hogs will pay big dividends. The seasons are as perfect as they are anywhere. No irrigation is
required. No fertilizer is reeded. Carter County leads in corn cotton forage crops and fruits.
Write and tell us how many acres you want what you want to grow the class of improvements desired and
we will make it our business to select just such a piece of land and let you know what the price and terms are.
We make it our business to locate land owners on the kind of lands they want and to see that they buy these lands
at a reasonable price- We want more farmers we want more land owners. Onr country offers happy homes to
the farmers and offers good returns to investors.
Should anyone be in the market for good dividend paying city property we will also find what you want a
a fair price. Ardmore is in the heart of the greatest oil and gas and asphalt field in Oklahoma. All the energies
of Oklahoma that has built cities which are the wonder of the century are now concentrated in the building of
Ardmore. There are bushels of money to be made here in real estate investments.
Let your wants be known through us if they are for a vacant lot an improved city home business proper-
ty a farm of 40 acres or a ranch of 500 acres. Address or call upon
N. H. McCOY Exchange
BODY FOUND BY HUSBAND HANG-
ING TO A JOIST IN THEIR HOME
Madill Okla. July 0. The lifeless
body of Mrs. Dechanip of Woodville
eighteen miles south of Madill was
found by her husbnd hanging !o a
Joist in her home at noon Wednesday.
Mrs. Dechanip is a young woman only
20 year. old and has been married
three yearfl. She and her husband
have been separated for some tiir.fl
and it seems that on returning home
the trouble was renewed. Mrs. De-
chanip went to the stores this morn-
ing at 11 o'clock and on returning
committed the crime. She placed a
box on a chair so that she might tie
the rope to the joist then taking the
box down tied the roiK around her
neck and kicked the chair out from
tinder her hanging herself.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate by
In the matter of the guardianshit)
of Tina Ida Edmun and Pipkin P.
Notice is hereby given in pursu-
ance of an order of the County Court
of the County of Pushmataha State
of Oklahoma made on the 19th day
of June 1911 the undersigned guar-
dian of the estate of Tina Gibson
Ida Gibson Edmun Gibson and Pip-
kin P. Gibson minors will sell at
public sale to the highest bidder sub-
ject to confirmation by said Court
on Tuesday the 25th day of July
A. D. 11U1 at in o'clock a. m. at
court hous at Ardmore Okla. all
the right title and interest of said
Tina Gibson. Ida Gibson Kdmuii Gib-
son and Pipkin P. Gibson minors in
and to the following described real
estate situate in Carter Garvin Mur-
ray Counties State of Oklahoma to-
wit: South 20 acres of Lot 4 Sec. 1 and
SKVi of NE'4 of XWU and SVi of
NW'i and N'E'4 of SW'4 and X Vi
of S' of SW"i and SEVi of
of SW'4 of Sec. 11 Township 1
South Range 3 West and EVi of
iflE'4 of SE'4 of See. :: Twp. 1
North Range 2 West and 'X& of
NE'4 of XW'4 and SW'4 of NK'i
of IN-W'4 and NWV4 of .XV of
IS THE MOST POPULAR FLOUR
T IS better for bread
and better for biscuits. It
costs no more than other
standard brands and it
gives better satisfaction.
The merchant who sells
Honey Bee flour can
easily catch the flour trade of
Every sack is guaranteed but there never is
a sack returned. It gives good satisfaction the
customf r who buys one sack becomes a permanent
user of this famous Hour. It is made of Oklahoma
wheat manufactured in Oklahoma and sold to
Oklahoma people. Put a sack in your home today
or if you are a merchant put this llour in your stock.
SOLD IN ARDMORE EXCLUSIVELY BY
Sec. If Twp. 1 South Range 2
West and the K'6 of SE& of XW'4
and Wi of XW'i of SE'A of Sec.
fi Twp. 1 South Range 1 West.
Said real estate will be sold on the
following terms and conditions to-
wit: For cash upon the execution
and delivery of deed successful bid-
der required to deposit 23 per cent of
Ardmore. Thursday July 6 191 1
EVER SOLD IN ARDMORE
amount of 1id in certified check with
guardian or his attorney at day of
sale to cover cost of sale if deed
Dated the 3rd day of July 1911.
13y JMTDLEY & POWE-IJ his attor-
neys. 6 13-20
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