The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 292, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 1, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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THE ARDMOREITE lb THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA RECEIVING THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS SERVICE
AKDMORE. OKLAHOMA. SUNDAY MORNING SHIT. I 1912
NUMBKK : m
KILLS HIS WIFE
A CENTRAL CITY KENTUCKY
TAILOR AGAINST DIVORCE FOR
TRIES TO tuJ'i LIFE
After He Had Hacked Attu and
His Bride C. 0. Dutzingt . ' Sets
Horn on Fire Firemen Drag Him
ncpucucan komm.iue uiganized.
1UU lepuullOaU plci:.llCl Lu'iuUl'U-
inen lutit acre buiuruay uieiuuuu
ttL 1110 COUllly C0U11 llUUbt' 10 UlfauU-
ue mo cuuiii)' cemnu loimmucj
01 taut purl).
WW S. oivurtun Judge Junius K.
Humphrey and li. t. uid were uicu
i'laced iu nomination 'lor chairman
itir. VV'oneriuu was elected 'llio
committee was mado up ot iweuty-
two members aud o that number
twenty were present. K. A. Howard
iwas clioseu secretary.
The postoftice light betweeu tin
present incumbent b. A. Douglas
and Former Chairman Sam 11. liut-
ler eutertd somewhat mio the or-
ganization ot the committee. Saoino
ot the republicans claimed the
election o Mr. Wolvertou was a
Butler victory while others held that
it was not a victory for either one
ot the aspirants tor office
Both Mr. Douglas and Mr. ButKr
made strenuous efforts to get con-
trol of the committee In the election
of iprecinct committeemen and there
nre still eighteen members of the
c inmittee lo be chosen. Republic-
Centra' City Ky. Aug. 31 Hear- &n )0ntL.s wju continue to be warn
im? that his brido of two nioinns w ii j until the conuiuttees full when it
in a lawyer's office preparing for ;-. Is very probable that an endorsement
. ... rx TiMt i....i- inilnr. for postmasti r in Ardinore will be
unuici; aim. v. w. 'iui.iiv.i -
EVERYBODY'S DOING IT NOW! '
seized a hatchet rant to the lawyer's ... . . Mn1Ha)a
; for the office and he was an active
office hacked the k'wyer and Mrs.
Dutzinger th0 latter being fatally in-
jured. Tho tailor thin ran home upset
a gasoline stove set tho house afire
aud failing in an attempt to nans
himself with a piece of wire was
worker around the committee Saturday.
Fire Chief Slaughter Removed.
At six o'clock yesterday afternoon
hacking himself with a hafe-het. when -Mayor U. W. Dawson requested the
the firemen dragged him from
His wounds will prove fatal
tho lawyer will recover.
II r! WRECK
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COM-
MISSION PLACES BLAME UPON
Washington D. C Ana;. 31. Re-
sponsibllty for the accident on the
DUirlington railroad at Western
'Springs 111. July 14th where thirteen
peoplo were killed and twenty sngnt
resignation of Louis C. Slaughter
as chief of the Ardmore fire depart-
ment. In the letter asking the res-
ignation the mayor set forth that
Mr. Slaughter had been in the ser-
vice for ten years and was entitled
to a 'i elision under the state laws
of Oklahoma. He further set forth
that the chief had entered and en-
gaged in active politics contrary to
the provisions of section 973 ot the
laws of Oklahoma and cited section
974 of said huvvs which provides that
any member of any paid Tire depart-
ment violating section 973 "shall he
subject to dismissal from the ser-
vice." It is understood that S. C. Reed-
er has been appointed fire chief
to succeed Chief Slaughter.
A Word Concerning First Page
Beginning with this morning the
Daily Ardmordte will not sell space
for advertising on the first page.
J. C. King & Co. on the first of
ly injured was placed by the inter- October last year bought first page
state commerce commission touay up- space lor one year ana inai con-
on Flagman Woodworth. tra't will he made good and thev
"But" says Chief Inspector Del- will have the privilege of the first
knaps in his report to the commis-i page until the first of next month
slon "it lies wholly within the power Hunt's Planing Mill advertisement
of the railroad managers virtually to is contracted for until ahout the
put an end to from seventy-five to i middle of September. These two art-
eighty per cent of these harrowing i vertisers were not asked to forfeit
disasters." ithe'r rontracts but this paper will
Belknaps says the accident which make them good. After that time
was a rear-end collision could have nrst rage p-ne win not ne sou
leen prevented had the flagman ex
ercised the proper precaution.
Coal Was Cheap.
My attention has been called to
an article in your paper of Aug.
28th In regard to some coal bought
Will yon resolve now to hPlp ns
make the Ardmorelte fullv represen-
tative of the progress of this sec-
tion of the state?
We are determined to do our part.
Return From Extended Visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Val Mullen arrived
lT N "I"" 1Z nrZ l iimflhome Friday afternoon -from an ex-
Mr Burnitt thought the price a little ?linimer's trip. During their
high but unon Investigation I find ' . .' . .i.i
that Mr. Nichols sold the ..c a. rpmibll(?an nntIonal ronvPntI(n
on cheaper than same quality of ; wafl n' 8p8son h
coal ran he had now hence e .were wpnt tQ lM y N JT wlPrp
m;i . u.. o" ATr. Mullen took in the Johnson-
all other dfals we nad with Mr
Nichols. I mention this that you
and the many readers of the Ard-
morelte may know that we had a
square de.il and Mr. Nichols has won
T. C. BRIDCMAN
Llne-un Labor Day Ball Game.
Flynn fight. Cheyenne Wyoming
and Colorado Springs Denver and
several other Colorado cities were
visited. While In Colorado Mr. Mul-
len and wife met A. C. Cruce who
Is at Manitou. recuperating his bro-
ken health also Mrs. Moran Scott.
.1. W. Newconib and family Miss
N'attie and Mareery Williams T.. H.
Tve pnd family and Miss Woods
ill of whom have been snendlng the
heated term in the mountain state.
ROOSEVELT ATTACKS PENROSE
AND ARCHBOLD IN SPEECH AT
Wishington Official! Say That Any
National Bank Making Contribu-
tion to Political Campaign Will
Be Fined. .
Karre Vt. Aug. 31. Appealing for
Vermont's support on the progressive
ticket Theodore Roosevelt in an
address hero today attacked l'i nrose
I "These men" be said "think there
must be something crooked about
! me. They can't undestand that there
j is not and keep hoping to get
something to discredit me. Sonie-
bod.v always is making charges
; against me. I have always denied
Itlieiu and 'produce- letters to prove
I Banks Will Be Fined.
Washington D. C Aug. 31. Re-
ports that one of the political parties
I was soliciting contributions from
j national banks for the pending po-
litical campaign stirred the treasury
department officials today.
Any national bank making such
contributlonE declared Thomas P.
Kane acting comptroller of the cur-
rency will be subject to fine and
i;s responsible officers and directors
liable to fin and ini'i rlsonment for
violating the laws.
HORSES KILLED IS POI1E0 BY
Hi POISONING CHINESE DOCTOR
INVESTIGATION SHOWS THAT
HORSES IN WESTERN KANSAS
Washington D. C .Aug. 31. The
department of agriculture co-operating
with the Kansas state authori-
ties have found that many deaths
among horses in Western Kansas
was due to forage poisoning attribu-
table to drouth.
The bureau of animal Industry
sent an expert there. He reported
that on account of the lack of rain
horses were feeding on plants that
caused intestinal irritation.
The report indicated that if grren
alfalfa was fed to the horses there
would be no further trouble. An ex-
pert was sent to Kansas on the re-
qiust of Governor Stubbs.
SOLDIER KILLS 4;
Request of Washington Bank.
Washington I). C. Aug. 31. The
Washington Post today publishes a
report that E. II. 1 looker national
treasurer of the progressive party
in a letter to th president of a local
npfonel bank had solicited a con-
tribution of $250.
WOMAN WHO WAS WITH LEWIS
POTTER BEING HELD UNTIL
CHINAMAN IS FOUND.
Seattle Wash. Aug. 31 Poison
extracted from 'peach tree roots
was one of the ingredients prescrib-
ed by Lee Jiang Chow a Chinese herb
doctor according to Coroner Sny-
der which caused the death of
Lewis Potter the Neiw York sculptor.
The coroner said today that he
expected the presence of poison to four anJ woun(jlng Bix
GOING IN TO WIN.
FRENZIED SOLDIER AT BERN Ardmil?Teeto T"H - W"
SWITZERLAND ESCAPES AF- Th VrH hJL tA f m
tpp wwni p c a i p si AiirHTFR Tne ArdmoIe degree team of tho
TER WHOLESALE SLAUGHTER. w q. Wi w1 leave tnIa cty y
spclal train over the Frisco on the
loth of September for Muskogee
Hern. Switzerland. Aug. 31. A wher they will
frenzied Swiss soldier Johunn tlve drills which will be participated
Schwartz ran amuck last night and in by some of the best degree teams
transformed the little town of Ro- from Missouri Arkansas Kansas and
manshorn into a miniature battle- Oklahoma.
field strtiwii with dead and dying.1 There are twenty active members.
The soldier In a fit of madness besides the captain In the Ardmore
seized a rifle nd shot everyone team. It has the name of being one
within range of his house killing of the best drilled teams In this state
be shown by a chemists examlna
tion of the stomach.
The police have Instituted a search
of the Pacific coast cities for the
I Chinese doctor who has been mlss-
i ing since Potter's death. The wom-
A. B. Hayes captain of the Ardmore
Poli e and citizens surrounded tho Uniform Rank W. O. W. Is Colonel
house. Hearing the shooting the of the 86th regiment of the Uniform
besiegers were under tho impress- Rank of the state of Oklahoma and
ion that Schwartz was among them Is a thorough drill master
and he shot one after another until ' Sixteen members together with
a dozen lay badly wounded. The their captain of the degree team of
W. J. LANE.
S S. Cole the well known ''hotog-
rnnhpr Is now in chnrge of the
oirnth "Ide Studio pt y0. 7 South
V.'rf.hlneton street. Those who want
high class photos at low prices wll-
do well to call on him and be con-
vinced. His motto Is best work ar
lowest prices. l-dl-w4
Stop and read the Want Ads.
Tornado Plate Glass
let another setting sun
find your property un-
insured. For rates see
J. C. Kind Si Co.
Post Office RulldlDtf
Telephone No. 22 I
Oh That Long Horned Mosquito.
Ringer's Mosquito Lotion will
keep them off.
The danger and annoyance these
pests cause cannot be overlooked
One mosnulto will keep you awake
and suffering all night and the dan
ger of contagious disease is cer-
25c gets a bottle of this lotion and
you will sleep with safety and pleas-
ure. Prepared and sold by
RIXOICR DRUG CO.
The Rexall Store.
an who was with Potter at a hotel soldhr escaped to tbe' forest the Woodmen Circle the ladles' aux-
here w here he registered as ' l'r- where he is still at large. Hiary of the W. O. W. will also go
Percy and wife' admitted to the cor- iaUraa n tha trtn
TCverything you need to brighten
iip around the house. Ardmore WaM
Paper Paint and Glass Co. 1-3
A vapor 'bath and a cold niunpe
renews vleor and makes life ""orth
living. Pnlaee Rarber Shop. 23tf
oner that she was not legally mar-
ried to the sculptor and promised
to remain there until the missing Chi-
nese doctor is found.
To Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Smither
a daughter Thursday.
To Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Vernon a
JOEL F. BUCHANAN.
Good Samaritan Arrested.
Muskogne OkIa.w Aug. 31. Clyde
MoGary a well known attorney at
Vinita Okla. Is under Indictment by
the federal grand jury here for In-
troducing liquor and if McOary's
story is true under remarkable circumstances.
to Muskogee on the special train
and will take part in the competitive
1 O ... T . AW. 1 1
. . ' . camp of Woodmen stated yesterday
Young Ardmore Business Man Pur. arternoon that there would be a
chased Leeds Woolen Mills Stock. ; Iarge deieKatlon of Woodmen.togeth-
Leeds Woolen Mills have sold their pf wth helr famI1Iea and mends
store and fixtures in this city to Joel who would nMend the ..Four states
K Huchanan who will take charge convention" of Woodmen at Musko-
of the business the first of September. whIph win be 8e88ion the
Mr. Huchanan has resided In this city n.i2-3-H. The Ardmore contln-
tor a number of years he has handled y lpavp Muskogee on their
clothing since he has resided here return Sl)ndayi September 15.
and he know s fabrics and styles and
values and has as many friends as
any young business man anywherol
and will do his full share of tho bus- I
Iness. He will break away from th!
policy of the Leeds people and will I
not only sell the $15 suit but will I
make clothing worth up as high as
Reiilir meeting Monday afternoon
CLEMMI1E MARTIN Guardian.
CALLTE SMITH Clerk.
Yoi r chickens need clean feed. Wuy
According to MoGary he was goinl $r' a slit or for Hn overcoat and will 4I)pm ft Rack of whpat at $l 6j ppP
Into Vinita on a Frisco train from I a'or la(1'?" BU" "."'L l3? hundred pounds. Sold by vour gro-
tX If you are not a live wire 8
I Joplin. On the car with him was a
cripple who carried a crutch and got
ahout with difficulty. As they drew
into the Vinita station the cripple
it and don't advertise your tt I asked cary If he would assist him
tt goods .your competitor is. and tt 011 tne traln WI two lar&e BrIP8- Mc"
tt will not hesitate to tell the tt
tt ipublic through the columns
tt of The Weekly Ardmorelte tt
Gary willlnglv did so and taking the
larger of the two grips stepped off
and carried it Into the station drop-
I .1 . 1
tt that he has the best In his tt 1 l""e- "icer nappenea 10
tt line at lowfst prices. Re-
tt member The Weekly Ard-
Mr. Huchanan has a magnificent lin. prvman or the Ardmore" Milline Co.
or goons on aispiay now anu pun-1 j.g
lifthpn An Announcement" in tnrhiv's na- I
per that will be of Interest to persons n. A.jm-.
who make purchases of clothing in 1 "!!rKa)ln8 in wall laper. Ardmore
Ardmore. iWan PaDer- Palnt and Glasa Co-
Ikn't forget the Carter county . ; ; . .
. L . T . 'We do picture framing. Ardmore
smglng convention at Ixrena Paik WaH pappri pa)nt and Gass Co-
Live StocK Bonds
2j be present and he opened the grip.
u It was filled with whisky. He filed !
tt morelte goes into the hands tt j information against McC.ary and the.
tt of three thousand people who tt j teeral 3"ry him.
tt are daily users of the goods tt e I
. . oau Tor nome. 1
tt that you have on your shelv- tt T.etters received in this city yes- !
tt es. tt jterday conveyed the information that!
tt In manv Instances good. re- tt Mrs. Henry Baum and children and;
U main on "shelves and M the tt S r"y 1
1 nave been spending the summer In
tt storehouses; because their tt .Eur0pe. expected to sail from Am-1
tt owners fail to tell the public tt stf Tdam for New York yesterday (
tt that thev have them there to tt morning. After a few days spent j
u j In New York City upon landing the
Sell. n.plv will nrn t In n nn thnfr llm. I
H ward Journer. arriving In Ardmore
UtttttttttttStttttSttttattjattn earlf date.
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. 2.
H. T. Hunt Planing Mill.
Third Avenue and E St N. E. Phone 329
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