The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 143, Ed. 1, Sunday, November 10, 1907 Page: 2 of 10
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Ardmor Sunday Nov 10 1907.
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MS.M. summer boh H South Bonds Indai U. a. A.
BLAMES THE OPERATORS
WESTERN UNION ALLEGES STRI-
KERS PREVENTED TRANS-
ACTION OF BUSINESS.
tSuthrle Ok. Nov. !. Tho Western
Union Telegraph company today
fill'.! lis answer to (lie court nctlon
recently commenced liy tlx. Terrl-
I ciry of Oklahoma outlining tho
rompanys rcalons why n prt'-pnipUiry
writ Khould not In) Issued against
it nB contemplated because of Its
alleged neglect of litnlncsM In Ok-
lahoma durltiK tlio recent telegraph-
The coiniiany tnnlntnliiH that At-
torney General W. O. Cromwell has
no legal rlK-it to IirlnK hiicIi an lie
Hon xiicli rlKlit rentliiK noH'ly In
tho Indlvlilii.nU nKKrleved ty tlm al-
leged neKlect of Imglnexs. Tlio com-
pany alleges that everytlilni; ohhI-
Me hax been dn to comply wltli
tlio law lint that tlie HtrlkliiK opera-
torn formed a combination and con-
uplracy In restraint of trade mid by
persuasion and Intimidation prevent-
ed Km employes from working ultli
the avowed purpose of coercing th
company to sign a contract with the
Telegraphers Union an organization
with no legal exlstenco whatever:
that tlio company wuh offering anil
JKiili'lK I'ay salarlen to Its em-
(ilojes of 10 per cent mure than
operator)! doing similar work ever
beforo received prior to .March 1
The answer by the company neces-
tltntCH a court hVaring ami Judge
M C (JarbiT before whom the
case will bo brought will set a date
foot). In case tho company does
not make a MilllclcuL showing to
tho contrary the pre-emplory writ
must bo Issued by the court. Tho
company is represented by Kohcrts
& Curran of Knld. Hhartel Kenton
A Wells of Oklahoma City.
BREAKS OCEAN RECORD.
Lutltanla Alto Brlngt tO000000 In (
Cold from Europe.
New York Nov. 8. With ten mil-
lions of gold u her strong box nnd
u new trans-Atlantic record wiU'jn
in her log the Cunarder l.usltantt
ttcatned past Sandy Hook ClghtBhlp
nt 1 40 oclock this morning In one
grand performance the great vessel
broke her own worlds record and
brought to the relief of tho money
market here $10000000 lu gold.
Tho westbound trip was made In
approximately four days nine hours
nun ten minutes. i no exact time
FOR COUGHS and COLDS.
FOR WEAK SORE LUNSS ASTHMA
THROAT ah LUNG
I retard Dr. Xini't 5w Dlietrery tlie frtndett medicine of
modern tlm Ont bottle completely cured me of a very bad
cough which was steadily growing wre der other treatment.
EARL SHAMBURG CoJell Ka.
PRICK BOo AND tl.OO
3 SOLD AND GUARANTEED IY C
Tn V taary ! St
faring tram Waman' Allmanta.
m r mm
I khuw wtiman'a auffrrieaT.
will nail tree of any tharc. mr norne treat
merit with full loatructkma ti nr auit.r.r from
worran'a ailrr.rnta. w;t - ' "fir. J"1
thjicure- ou mir mdrr for r"-Jrarlf. your dauxhtrr.
your mother or rour ai.lrr. I want to tail you how
... Lfuitf irnni ciprrlcnce. wa Know
than anr dorter. I know that mr h"p' rri-
llftli o icnarEca ntn.t") .i'i
ral" In tiles f.l. ta.k nJ lM '"'"
down Ifiimea. nrrouni. ifiri-.m
th urine. milan. ily. i!i"'re tn try hot llaahca
iTeirl-ie i LUney unJ Ma'.tcr tr..ul:a wlicio
oue.t hy wctJ-ntsaea peeullff toour t.
I wa it tor- "til u i n ro.ir Irte ten dJi'a treat-
ment entirely tree tnr ova to you tl.f i J wi eati euro
' ?.?!... ."'J.-rii.e'V.'.'J.V. SK
i.onunult wiJ c.t yil oi.ly lut Wnti
can only be known from the oniclal
I record She is expected to dock
about 'J o'clock this inornlnR.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take l.nxatlve llromo Quinine Tab
lets. Druggists refund money If it
falls lo euro. K. V. drove's slgna
(lire Is on each box 2fiC.
Trial of Mrs. Bradley.
Washington Nov. 9. Within
cell of the grim red brick Jail in
Washington a little frail brown
ejed woman sits with clasped bauds
anil staring eyes awaiting with
stole fortitude the severest ordeal
that could come to n rellued ret If'
lug woman. Ou .Monday unless an
other delay Is granted Mrs. Anna
llrndley will be placed on trial for
the murder of ex-United States Sen
ntor Arlhur Drown of Utah who
was slain In a hotel hero last win
tor. Ilrown was Mrs. Uradley's lov
er and she says tho father of her
children. Persistent refusals to mar
ry her as lie had promised render
-it the lltt'e woman temporarily In
sane declare .Mrs. llraoley's friends
and caused Iter to commit tho rash
deed which ended tho life of tin
man she loveil with all her woman's
Piles Cured In p to 14 Days
l'azo Ointment Is guaranteed to
euro any ease of Itching llllnd
llleedlug or Protruding Piles in '. to
14 days or money refunded. 50c.
Mitt Jane Carliile a Brlde.
Washington Nov. 9. .Miss Jane
Carlisle granddaughter of former
Secretary of tho Treasury John 0.
Carlisle and Frederick l.tthrop Al-
len of Now York wero married hero
today. Tho ceremony was perform-
ed in tlio Carlisle home lu K tfrcet.
The Itev. 1). J. Stafford pastor of
St. Patrick's Catholic church officia-
ted A breakfast followed tho cere-
mony. .Miss l.nira Carlisle was maid
of honor .Mrs. John tl. Carlisle Jr.
matron of honor and Miss Martha
Calhoun Miss Kllznbeth Kwing and
Miss I.uclnda I). Ilaleson brides
maids. William Allen wns his
brothers best man. The bride Is
prominent In Washington soclet) In
which she has been highly popular
The New Pure Food nd Drug Lw.
We are pleased to announco that
KoIe)'s Honey and Tar for coughs
colds and lung troubles Is not affected
by the National Pure Food and Drug
law as It contains no opiates or
other harmful drugs and we recom
it I. a a m unf. runiiiilv ttr fhll
rn aH(1 Jlllu g()M liy n flrUK.
ralniul or irregular -itna.rwa-u .-. v-..
OIL MEN'S MAD SCRAMBLE
TO SECURE AN OIL LEASE IN
CHEROKEE NATION THEY
RUSH TO CUBA.
Mnst.ogee I. T. Nov. 'J. In a
frco-for-nll race across tho continent
went four noted oil men from Indian
Territory and Into the wilds of Cuba
In an effort to Becure an oil leune
on a forty-acro allotment In the
Cherokee nation. IJach man started
i bout the samo time hut neither one
knew ho other was after tho land.
Th contestants In tho case wero
Oeorge Irwin nnd C. II. Ilnlney of
this city llud Heady of Nowata i.nd
W. II. Whltford of Independence
Kas. Tho courro Included several
miles of railway travel paBsago
across tho (lulf of Mexico another
railway across tho smiling Cuban
Islo nnd then a plunge into tho
tropical jungles. Whtttord was tho
last man to slart but by a (Inh
maneuver he won tho prize.
I M ward T. Newcono Is n full
blirod Delaware-Cherokee Indian and
Is a private lu tho Kloventh reg
ular United States cavalry which
It) at prevent stationed in Cuba
Ho Is tho possessor of a forty-acre
tract of land In tho Cherokee na
tlon which Is considered ono of
the greatest oil fields In tho world
Tor some time oil men have been
searching for Newcone tho owner of
tin- land the value of which Is great
Ills whereabouts was discovered by
tho four oil men about the same
time. Dud Heady of Nowata left
for Cuba at oncu and reached there
several il.tys ahead of the other
contestants. Ho congratulated him
self on tho way that he had gotten
ahead of tho oilier oil men and
started lu to find the Indian. He
found 111 lit and bail about finished
the deal when tho Indian received
a cablegram from Irwin stating that
he was ou tho way and not to cloao
with anyone as ho had extra In
ilucements to oilier. About this time
Heady and. his arguments arrived on
tho scene fletwei-n tho three crack
oil men the iidlan was kept In a
maze In their efforts to make a deal
themselves and lo frustrate the
leal of tho other fellow.
Now comes Whltford ou tho scene
With Ills wife who is au adept en
tertalner ho succeeded lu getting the
full-hlood mother of tho lxy to
accompany them to Cuba. That tho
oil innn's wife made good with her
part of the transaction Is evidenced
hy the fact that Immediately Ux)ii
the arrival on tho ground of Whit'
ford the lease on tlio forty acres
was secured for his company am!
tho entire party returned on tho
same boat for the United States.
Aside from the fViU per aero which
was paid for tho lease a royalty
of S per cent was paid on all oil
taken from tho ground. The forty
ncres U estimated to bo worth $10
000 yet tho owner is . content to
draw tho salary of a private In
tho tinny of Uncle Sam.
Whole panes In places of cracked
or broken window glaBs will meni
it saving in fuel this winter. Wo
havo the glass in right quality at
F. J. HAM SKY. Druggist.
REGARDING THIRTEEN CONSOLI-
DATED CHICKASAW ALLOT.
A-Jmort lie Special. pat on or actually nave enrome constl-
ration will give a good deal to know
Washington D. C Nov. 9. The how to cure it. Yet the method Is a
secretary of the Interior has confirm- slmnlo one and not at nil expensive
ed the decision of the commissioner ."haK
of Indian Affairs In thirteen consol- not attempt to cure constipation by a
Idated Chickasaw allotment contests uddcn movement of the bowels secured
between Fred U Schoeppe ns con. Jlj .ft1"' P"?!! w or ca-
. . . . . 1 .Vi . thartic pills or powders because It can't
teslnnt and l'reslle la. Lole. Walter be Jone that wlv- One swallow doe
K Williams Frank Creecy J. W. not make a summer and one movement
lloeker. as administrator of the es- ?' the bowels does npt cure constipation.
... 1 11 raav clean ou tho bowels and give
tntes of Albert Dwlght and Naomi mommurr relief but the bowtla will aooo re-
aring. George ICIncado and McKIn- lWr!r.M
ney John George Fierce Amelia J. Un tx-tore owing- to reaction.
.... . ... . Ut allcdda tho brat way to cur eonttlpatloo
Gibbons Hhoda l'almer Thomas U. lab; Vneuieof Ur. CaMwali'a Sirup ffpaln la
i.i.. ninn V u-ini niiu nnd We. low aultej to chronic couatlrjatlon. anil
Falmer Georglanna Is. Williams ana which leacrlbd In tultoa each bottle inthls
I.iirlniL WUIlams ns contestees. ths cure la brounht about ielcnttncallj. an4
l.oriu.i vtkiiniiia as i'inuv. the reau'.l U vermaneat. Ula agenllebut effre-
The land Involved comprises near- 11 laiatlve tlcaant to the taste and ao aura la
. .11 reaulta that nttt bottle la guaranteed. II you
ly 70 acres near Crusher on tho rail- want to cure conttipatlon ao that it will atar
road in tho vicinity of Ardmore. "ud."7 "' 'oUtttM bcrb laxatl. com-
Under the decision Schoppe will re-
celvo nearly 000 acres of laud and
. - c.
certain of tho contestees i0 or S0
til .f th. mmiesli. -ire do.
acres. All of tno mutest are tie-
elded In favor of Schoppe except
ono In which all the land in con-
test Is awarded to Fresllo 11 Cole
ns administrator of tho estnto of
Laura Colo deceased. In three of
tho other contests tho land Is divid-
ed between Schoppe the contestant
and l'resllo Colo and Georglanna N.
Williams Tho Dawes Commission
decided all of these cases In favor
of the conteatces but on appeal the
commission of Indian Affair
favor of Schoppe except
reversed tho decisions on tho ground
that the fact shou.d havo been not-
d on tho records that Schoppe had
made an nttcnipt to file but bad
been refused permission by the
Dawes commission prior to tho time
that the contesttes mndo filings.
Kappler & MerllUt of Washington
and Chlllon ItHey of Duncan repre-
sented Scnoeppo on tlm appeal be-
foro trie Interior department.
There's a sight for plpo smokers
at our Bloro Meerschaum nnd briar
ln In great variety. A deslrab3o
dpo at nny price you may wish to
pay from Kc to $5.00.
1 J IIAMSI-2Y Druggist.
You can find your wants In kola'
supplies at tho Ardmoro ITiarmac).
ROOMING HOUSE BURGLARIZED.
Several Sm'll Sum Stolen and a
Ilurglars entered tho rooming
house of Mrs. Alllo V. Dolllns at
tlm corner of Mill street and First
avenue southeast last night nnd
went through several rooms of tho
lodgers nnd secured a smaP. amount
of cash and a few trinkets.
Krotn what can bo learned sever
nl tho roomers wero awake but wero
afraid to tackle the burglar and al
lowed him to leavo with tho small
bit of plunder ho got.
Krom what can bo learned of the
nffnlr It seems as If the deed was
committed by ono who knows how
the land lays around the liotiso and
who for n tltuo was a roomer there
Tho police havo been notified and
an arrest wEl perhaps soon follow
Ono of tho loiers by last night's
raid In tho rooming house Is very
anxious to secure tho return of a
pocty-tbook containing some very
Steve Adams Case Is Slow.
ltathdrun'i. Idaho. Nov. 7. John
Gentry was tho principal witness ex
nmlncd lu tho Stevo Adams trial
this morning (.entry In company with
IMwIn Stansburq found tho foody
foelleved to foo that of Fred Tyler and
reported tho find to tho coroner of
Shoshone county. Mr. Gentry descrlfo
ed the skeleton and the articles
found there and Identified tho cloth
Ing. Mr. Stansfoury reorted tho find
to tho coroner and with several
others went to tho place on July
and secured tho remains.
Many ofojectlons wero Interiiosed
during tlio direct examination b.f
Attorney Darrow ami there wero a
number of sharp tilts between tho
attorneys. Tho attendanco completely-
filled tho court room.
Dancing Prove Fatal.
Many men and women catch wild.
nt daucrs which termlnM In pneu
monlK nnd consumption. After ex
posur. It Foley's Honey and Tar Is
taken It will break up a cold and
no serious results need be feared
Refuse nny but the genuine in a :1
low package. Sold hy all druggists
This is n good tlmo of the year
to bo thinking about owning
HAJKSTIG STHKI. RANGE.
1IIVKNS COUI1.V & FRKNSI.KY
Eait Ardmor Baptist Church.
Services Sunday morning at 11 end
Sunday evening nt 7:30. M!d-veek
prayer meeting Wednesday night
All mado welcome.
KKV. W. It. SKLVIDQK. Tastor
What to do
reonle who have a tendency to constl
cvtrr known rrmrdr and method waa tried.
Mra. KnUihl. of tlellTlrw.Tcnn. la unhfallitln
inner aaaertlon tlm the onlr war to curecon-
aupanon i witn i)r. taidwcira sjrup 1-cpiln.
curr)jierndlt wlllcure xou.
It U oia In Wccnt undlt bottleaandcan be
uaranu-cd. ao get a bottle to-dar and ace what
1 win 00 mr rou.
CDCC TCCT Thou vliNn to try Dr.Cald
rntk I CO I wail'i Sa Paoila Mtora bur-
I if can hatt a traa iimplt bottia aer.t to trair noma tt
lodrmlni Via compaiy. Tint oftar la lo prova tint uia
tmtii will do at t claim iri It only opaa to tloia
tit nt never rut it. sano tor 11 11 yon iua any
lyiaotomi of itoiracN Intr or bowal dlieiH. Oaatlatt
fit moit afectira liittlra for cMldran woman and old
tola. A guaranteed aermanar.t homa cure. THE
ruetlC VERDICT: "Na luitlve a Sood and Sara
aiDH.CALOWtlL'StTIUPrtrSint." TMi product
an pynty narantaa Ma 11 waaNftfwa. o.
1 1 1 waiti mim mumHt. M.
ST. LOUIS WHOLESALE DRY
GOODS HOUSES OFFER DIG
BARGAIN OFFERING OF
0 BEGIN ON NOVEMBER 18
Merchants Coming From All Over
the Country Carleton Ely-Walk-er
Rlee-Stlx Co.' in a
St. liouls Is to add ono more car
nival to tho numbe' t-.li-cady held
this autumn. This last Is to bo a
btiblness affair a week next week
November 18 to 25 ot clearance
sales big bargain off-'r'ngs by the
five big Wholesale Dry Goods Hollies
known general! as St. Ixnils' "Rig
Five" holding their annual clearing
sale simultaneously and acting in
unison in tho care and entertain
111011 1 of visiting merchants.
Tho houses entering Into tho con
cert of tho clearance sales are tho
Kly-Waller Dry Goods Co. Hlce-Stlx
Dry Goods Co. Hargadlno Dry Goods
Co. Carleton Dry Goods Co. and
Ferguson-McKinney Dry Goods Co.
flvo of tlm largest wholesale houses
lu tho country and who havo made
St. Ixiuls the chief dry goods dis-
tributing center of tho country.
They have been preparing for this
sale for some time and havo ready
every desirable sort of goods that can
be handled the current season and
havo made such low prices that al-
ready mercnants who havo learned of
It have not only signified their In-
tention of coming to the sale but
havo scheduled In advance their
wants to secure expedition in at;
teutlon when they come and ship-
ments when the sale opens.
It will bo a big sale the big
gest the Carleton-Kly-W'alkcr l-'ergu-
and Itlce-Stlx Dry. Goods companies
have ever undertaken and the va
riety of seasonable goods will lie
larger than over offered beforo and
nt more attractive prices than any
wholesale clearing sale of th kind
Ono of tho features of the sale car
nival will be tho entertainment of
visiting merchants. Traveling repre-
sentatives of all the houses are com-
ing lu off the road to aid tho houso
forces In taking caro of their guests
and tlio reputation of St Ixiuls and
St. IiOtilslans for hospitality will be
The sale will mark tho propa-
ration of ono of the great houses
joining In the sale the Kly & Walk
er Dry Goods company' to remove
their new homo at ICth and Wash-
from their present quarter to
their new commodious homo at lfith
and Washington avenue a move
made necessary hy tho Immense
growth ot their business since they
went Into the house they now oc -
etipy Itself covering nearly a city 1
block of ground. j
The new home of tho company
Is a veritable commercial palace
nnd in its finish arrangement and 1
equipment for the rapid and econom-
ical handling of business worth go-
ing miles to see.
Tho Carleton F'erguson-McKlnney
and llargadlne-McKlttrlck companies
havo nil moved Into now buildings
within a few years impelled by the
same motive and tho Itlce-Stlx com-
pany havo recently added to their
spaco a largo part of tho block
That this Great Wholesalo Dry
iGoods Clearing Salo Is advertised
in fi'rty-elght great dally newgapers
In different parts of tho country is
evldenco that tho "Dig Five" houses
In St. Ixuls Carleton Dry Goods
Co. Kerguson-McKJnney Ely Walk-
er llargadlne-McKlttrlck nnd Hlce-
Stlx have como to recognize through
other advertising they have doiio and
the following phenomenal incrcaso in
sales that tho dally press Is nn ox-
traordlanry advertising medium and
that they regard It as having a
fixed place in modern life and busi-
ness bccond to none.
Wo havo an Idea from our Im-
mense sale that everybody In a..
more has tried our Thelma perfume.
It becomes a favorlto on Bhort ac-
quaintance 50c oz
F. J. HAMSBY. Druggist.
Wa bare the most attractive son
atrtmln 1b the city.
BIYBKB COR1I.N A FRBN3LBT.
Keep Arbucklet Ariota Coffee in the
original package and grind it at home as you
use It Warming it .lightly develop the flavor
and make the grinding easy.
That delicious appetizing
aroma is too good to lose in a
Coffee loses its identity as coffee after it
If you krow and want a good coffee buy
and grind it at home. The cheapest good
coffee in the world.
ARBUOK-LH nitoa Nw Tork City.
Negro Industrial School.
Taft I. T.. Nov. S. The negro In-
dustrial school at this city which is
In process of construction will ask
that tho new state legislature recog-
nize It by giving It elate aid.
The object of the school Is to edit-c-tto
the negro In all of tho useful
arts and to train him In agrlculturla
pursuits so that ho can take caro
of tho allotments which his peoplo
own In tho Creek nation which after
tho ICth will do divided Into Wag-
oner Hughes Mcintosh and Pittsburg
Cen'ralia Owns Oil Land.
Centralla I. T. Nov. S. Ccntralla
Is tho only town In tho new stato
which owns oil land. The town will
ask tho new state legislature to grant
them a special charter to go Into
tho oil business nnd when this Is
dono enough money will foe appropri-
ated to drlll a well. The citizens
hope to escape the payment of taxes
hy the creation of .1 largo revenue.
Wagoner I. T. Nov. S. No ono
really Knows how the election went
in tills city as tho Incomplete re-
turns wero rushed over to Muskogee
on tho evening of tho 17th of Sep-
temfoer. Under tho circumstances
both republicans nnd democrats are
claiming tho ofllces.
AFTER COAL BARONS.
Oklahoma Attorney General Planning
Guthrie Okl.t Nov. 7. J. II. Cllne
and Thomas H. Cllft assistants to
Attorney General Cromwell are pro-
paring to bring action against tho
Indian Territory coal trust. If alo-
of Its ramifications can be found
to extend far enough Into Oklaho-
ma to form a basis for proseedlngs
here. Of course most of tlio trusts
actual business dealings aro carried
on In Indian Territory but Inform.v
on nas been received regarding cor-
I ul" dealings In Oklahoma which will
prouawy uo suincient to rorm .1
basis for action.
Wearers of the Smithsonian truss
"pver havo tho truss difficulties that
annoy wearers of other trusses. A
perfect fit guaranteed.
K. J. ItAMSHV. Druggist
EVERY ROOM OF EVERY HOME NEEDS TO BE
EQUIPPED WITH A
Charter OaK Stove
The hall tho parlor tho living room and
thotlininj; room should hnv- n f'HAWTHIi
dAIv heater nnd 1' nil menus put it
CllAlil Kli OAK cook hiovo in tho kitchen
We have heating Stoves worth
fOom $1.50 up
We ImTO in stock a splendid assortment of tho
We are always gird to have you come
and look through our stock
Bivens Corhn a Frensley
Shelf and Heavy Hardware Stoves and Buggies
Instead of hoping for the best tho
wise man spends his tlmo hustling
Works wonders tt produces hair Just
as surely as rain and sunshine pro-
duces crops. It produces a thick growth
of luxuriant hair when all other rem-
edies fall. Wo gvuranteo Danderine.
All druggists sell It 2Sc SOc nnd $1.00
per bottle. To proro Its worth send
thl ad with 10 cents In stamps or
sllrer and wo will mall you a large
free samplo. Knowlton Danderine Co.
Chlcaso III. Dtf
Take Bomo good reliable and safe
dlgestant like Kodol for Dyspepsia.
Kodol Is tho best remedy known to-
day for heartburn belching and all
troubles arising from a dlsordred
digestion. It Is pleasant to Like and
affords relief promptly. Hold by W.
II. Frame. D&W
Any other information will be
Ask or write Union Ticket
J. F. COBB
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