The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 291, Ed. 1 Friday, August 30, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
THE ARDMOREITE IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA RECEIVING THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS
AKDMOKti. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY KVKX1NG AUd IIS T .'III 11)12
DRESS TO THE TAK
Pledges Made to Win an Election
Should be Religiously Carried Out
After the Election.. A Platform is
Made to Stand on After Victory.
lto:-kiaml .Me. Aiik. S:eaU-r
i'hanip t'lark made his opening
speech in the .'lame campaign aere
miiislit. confining his address to
the tariff. He said in part:
"History demonstrates beyond all
question the fact that in a coun-
try where institutions are based on
suffrage the government will be a
government by paries or as Mr
Speaki r Cannon is fond of putting
it 'by majorities.' It does not make
a particle of difference whether wo
want it that way or not; that Is
the way t Is and the way it always
"At the present time at least five
parties are In the field with candi-
dates for the presidency. Each of
these parties has formulated and
published a platform of principles
which it 'proposes to enact Into law
if It gets the chance.
"What is a platform anyway? It
ought to be a plain and honest state-
ment of what those who make it
Intend to do if they are given the
iL-wer tu iOfe.sv.Cb. 11 oufeuc to ue
not merely a contrivance to get it
on but a thing to stand on after
the victory is won. It ought to be
riot merely a device to use during
the campaign for th purpose of
catching votes but should set forth
the serious intentions of the fram-
es. "Pledges made to win an election
(CONTINUED ON PAGE FOUR.)
GLOBE Laundry.. Phone 10.
Rev. T. P. Eaton of Payne County
Oklahoma Granted Liberty.
Oklahoma City Okla. Aug. On
the recommendation of Warden It. W.
Dick of the state penitentiary Gover-
nor Cruce Tuesday paroled for nitietv
days J. T. Phillips convicted in Bry-
an county on a charge of criminal as-
sault and sentenced to five years. It
is represented that Phillips is In i
serious condition and that an oper-
ation Is necessary to save his life.
A parole was also granted to Rev.
P. Eaton of Payne county ooin l '.
of criminal libel and sentenced M
thirty days in jail and pay a fitM of
S2."0. The trouble grew o it :if an
n'tiele published In a paper in Payne
ci.vnty some months ago. Uev. Mr.
Eaten has sored te jai1 sentence
ind the parole is grant 1 on 'be on
.'Hon tnat ue uy the fine at J".
Fit OFFICERS I OIL 111
TO WICHITA NEXT YEAR.
BREAK OPEN CARS AND HUNT '
FOR LIQUOR. i
BELL PROPERTIES ARE TAKEN
OVER BY ASIATIC COMPANY
Trans-Mississippi Commercial Cn-
gress Cots to Kansas in 1912.
Sail l-ak.' fily Aug -Wii-hit.l.
Kansas was today selected as tl:e
meeting plaen h.p tli. next Traiu-
.Mississippi Ciiiiiin.Tcial I'oiuress.
.lames II. Ilrady of blaho was elected
rnnn iinrn T"
PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN WOOL-
EN .COMPANY. ARRESTED .IN
Boston. Mass. Aug. 30. President
William II. Wood of tho "tnrrlean
Woolen Company was arte f .d here
today on an indictment .arrant
charging lira with conpplr to dis-
tribute dynamite in Iawr'mT "during
the general strike last wine
Wood furnished cash "'n th
Muskogee Okla. Aug. lil). Kak
otliceis and deputy constables UaVe
been cominittilig depredations up- 'Oklahoma is
on the public to such an extcut jroper;i
that County Attorney W. JO. Disuev
today ordered tho arrest of JJuJ
Howell on a charge of shooting with
intent lo kill. The police iiiiVBt'jd
Ernest Ilobinier and l.um Whitley
and they nvire fined and ..os.s
for iiiipeisonating officers and mak-
ing raids for whiskey and the fed-
eral officers are looking-for perscj-s
who broke open a number of tru.ikB
at a railroad :!j.aU5n hero and rifled
Hie contents under the pretense of
' being federal officers.
Howell was commissioned a dep-
uty constable to act as a watchman
for the Oklahoma & Gulf railroad
and before he
his joli he had
five thousand rs this
It is under; J ' r". hat hp
will ibo arraJgnod in gra(j(Jsuper'Ior
court here next Tues. '
Tulsa Okla. Aug. 2 1.- Probably
the biggest oil deal i ver nuule in
the purchase of the
and other productions
by the Asiatic. Oil company. The
pun base price is said to exeei d
$:'ihmi(Miii and the properties sold
are among the best in the rtate.
The ITell properties consist of the
Signal Oil coiupanv the Standard
Oil and (!as company (be King Oil j
company and the recently devel- j
oped properly in the Adair pool west j
(vf Nowata. The other properties!
included in this transaction will not
lie annoiincid for a few days but it
is said they include some of the
most prolific production in Pawnee
and Osage counties.
GEORGE WHITAKER DEAD.
President of Fyrmers National Con-
gress Dies I" Wisconsin
l'ort Atkinson W is. Aug. :;o - j;(.
M. Whiiaker aged CI serretarv .if
the National Ha.ry I'nlon nnd presi-
dent of the Farmers' National t'.ui-!-;(
ss. died here today.
WORK TRAIN ON PEN NSYLVAN
RAILROAD IS CRASHED INT
WITH FATAL RESULTS.
Episcopal Bishop Dead.
Komi lu I.ae. Wis.. Aug. :io. -HNh-op
C. Griffion of tint lu ) ;.
Episcopal diocese died here toc!a.
Katy Train Jumps Track Near Tem-
p'e Texas Killing One Person Se-
riously Injuring Two and Fifteen
Others are Hurt.
HAS HEART DISEASE
ly wounded a
Most of the
The new concern will form an
bad gotten back to j Oklahoma organization to handles Hs
shot ami dangerous- j properties in this state. The" pe -
Iarce refineries at T.riw-
Georgetown Ky.; East
to be by persons impersonating of-
ficers and under this authority
searching for whiskey which they
either appropriate to thrir own use
or use as blackmail to make tha
owners pay them money.
I)tils nnd New Orleans and are
in position to handle oil nt. the
greatest advantage to themselves.
Tulsa will be headquarters for tl e
company which has engage-i ilmost
a floor in the Robinson building.
Third and Main streets. At least
fifty people will be used In the
office force it has been suited.
HARRY ENDICOTT WINNER.
High Class Dentistry
AT MODERATE PRICES
All Work Guaranteed
Children s Temporary
Teeth Extracted Free
Dr. R. C.
108 1-2 E. Main
Drives Mason Special Car to Victory
at Elgin Illinois.
Elgin Ills. Aug. 30. Harry En-
d(cott driving a Mason Special
car won the Jencki Trophy race
of one hundred and one miles after
only two other entries had been
eliminated by accidents. Endlcott
drove an average of 59.3 mties an
Hughie Hughes driving a Mercer
car won the Aurora trophy for 132
miles his time being ten hours
twenty minutes and 40 seconds.
For the Nice
and the Best
in the city. PHONE 66. We
tfive prompt attention to
Gilliam & King
Lots of them just received
new shipment: Art Squares
Wardrobes Buffets Chiffon-
iers Sideboards Kitchen Cal
i inets etc.
I will swap for a cow or
hay or anything to keep house
Phone 36C Cor. 3rd & Caddo.
In the Cheap Green House.
No rents to pay and does It
Charged With Highway Robbery.
l'uul Stephenson a negro was ar-
raigned before Judge Felix K. West
this afternoon charged with assault
and attempted robbery committed
upon one Mr. Sims on the evening of
August 22. It seems that Mr. Sims
accompanied by a young lady were
going to church on the evening in
question and while they were driv-
ing along the road near Woodford
three negroes halted them and hold-
ing guns upon them the negro
Stephenson searched the young man.
Failing to secure anything the ne-
groes permitted the young people
to proceed upon their way but not
until the negro who did the" search-
ing had been recognized.
Sheriff Garrett went out to Wood
ford and placed him under arrest
Wednesday. It is thought his com-
panions will be apprehended within
a few days.
SOLOMON LUNA RICH BANKER
AND SHEEP GROWER FOUND
DEAD IN NEW MEXICO.
Albuquerque N. M. Aug. 30. Solo-
mon Luna millionaire banker and
sheep grower who was for sixteen
years republican national committee
man 'from New Mexico was found
dead this morning in a dipping vat ui
his ranch seventy miles from Mag-
daleua N. M.
SPECIAL TRAIN GOES TO ASSIST
ANCE OF. STEPHENSON IN THE
Pittsburg Pa.. Aug. III). Four men
weie killed one faially injured and
a number of others tdightly burr
when a Pennsylvania railroad passen-
ger train ran into a work train which
was engaged in clearing up a freight
The. passenger tram Is said to have
disregarded a signal.
SEVEN HUNDRED AND ISIXTY
UNITED STATES MARINES EN
ROUTE TO NICARAGUA.
MRS. HENRY ROGERS WIDOW OF
STANDARD OIL MAGNATE DIES
IN NEW YORK.
Spenl Labor Day at Lorena Park
Monday September 2.
Think or ALBATROSS when
see your grocer.
GLOBE Laundry Phone 10
New York N. Y. Aug. 30. Mrs.
lldiry H. Rogers widow of the
late vice president of the Standard
Oil company died suddenly in the
dining car at the Grand Central
station at the conclusion of a jour-
ney from Breton Woods N. II. to
her home here today.
Spend Labor Day at Lorena Park.
Monday September 2.
See the races at Lorena Park La-
bor Day. 2S-4
Corinto Panama. Aug. 20. Seven
hundred and sixty United States ma-
rines arrived here today on the
They immediately en-trained for
Panama where they will embark on
the cruiser California for Corinto Nicaragua.
Milwaukee Wis. Aug. 2!l. A dis-
patch from Escanaba Mich says
I'uited States Senator Isaac Stephen-
son o Wisconsin was stricken Willi
heart disease. In the northern woods.
A special train with doctors was
sent t-i his iiBMslanee.
?( tiator Stephenson was cn a fish-i'-'n
tnj fifty miles north of Ks an-
alia Ills cajnp Is. fifteen miles from
the tiiaiW lelegrpuJi station and no
word us to hi3 condition lias been
received slno this morning. There
are only foot taila aeoss tho fifteen
miles from tfie Stephenson camp to
the telegraph station and tho doctors
sent to his aid had to walk fifteen
miles to roach him.
For plumber! phone 79.
Katy Has Accident.
Temple Texas Aug. 30. One per-
son was killed two were seriously
hurt nnd fifteen others suffered In-
juries when a north bound train on
the Missouri Kansas & Texas rail-
road jumped the track three miles
north of ihere.
The mall car and two coaches of
the train plunged into a ravine.
Willard l'.leakmore and Sheriff Gar-
re't returned this morning from Fox
where they went yesterday to inves-
tigate a rumor which had gained some
currency that the death nt that place
a fowr night ago m'pht hve been
other than suicide. Mr. Bleakmore
states today that a rigid examination
Into all the details of the killing and
of the events which happened Imme-
diately thereto point conclusively t.
DEATH I 1
MOTHER AND SIX CHILDREN
CREMATED IN FIRE AT ROTH-
ERFORD NEW JERSEY.
Rotherford N. J. Aug. 30. Mrs.
Emilio Debaro and six children
ranging from five months to twelve
years old met death early today in
a fire which destroyed their home.
Debaro husband and father and
the seventh child aged 13 escaped
by jumping from a second-story
Tornado Plate Glass
let another setting sun
find your property un-
insured. For rates see
J. C. Kind & Co.
To! Office Huildlng Telephone No. 2 J t
Live StocR Bonds
Spend Labor Day at Lorena Park.
Monday September 2.
Stop and read the Want Ads
Vapor baths prepare the road to
health. At the Palace Barber Shop.
HUNT'S PLANING MILL
Manufactures and puts in Modern Store Fronts all
kinds of Counters and Shelving. Be sure and get our
prices where you are sure to get a mechanical job.
H. T. Hunt Planing Mill.
Third Avenue and E St N. K. Phone 320
BARRELS OF MONEY
to loan quickly on farmpropertyany-whi-relnOklahointi.
and terms. Write me.
Ollll W. ANDERTON
Postal Tel. Kids. Ardmore. Okla.
I Inspect my loans
MONEY TO LOAN
Nol)Uacb( Bui Soma
Not Cheap. But Good
Fara Loaas Oaly
fottorf Bldi. M. n. SMITH
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