The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 166, Ed. 1, Friday, December 6, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMORKITL
Ardmore Friday December 6 1907.
FRENCH VILLAGE DISCOVERED
ho will likely bo able to participate
DIVERSIFIED FRUIT FARMING
In the next session of parliament.
It Is said Dint Fairfax will tie the
first Amrolcm citizen to occupy a
place In that august body.
BUILT TWENTY YEARS AGO
WHILE THE FRENCH WERE
P0ME0RANITE3 AN ALMOST
TROPICAL FRUIT GROWN"
IN CARTER COUNTY.
EXPOSITION IS SUED.
Here's a Natural
Youll find Ihe beneficial elTectiof
this ton'.c te parmantnt be-
cause It hrlpi you to build up your
body and become strong nd helthy
io a natural way. 1 he effects of
other tonics re only temporary be-
cause they supply a falae stimula-
tion to the system. Assoonssyou
stop taking them you remove this
stimulus and the feeling of ex-
DR. D. JAYNE'S
brings lasting health and strength
because it helps your body to do
its own building up thiough the
stomach. It puts your digestive
orpins in perfect condition and
enables you to get every bit of
nourishment and ttreocth out of
the food you eat.
It is also an excellent child'
medicine and a safe Worm Cure.
Sold by all draiftits.
Two lliaa 50c and 35c
Jarna't Elfactaraat-An Invatuabta
nwdlclne for Couahi Uronchltla. Croup
Whooping Couah. Plurliy anil Atthma.
Adams to Colorado.
Boise Ifcu. C Governor Gooding
today grnntcd a rt-iititsltton for Steve
Adams wanted at Tellurlde. Colo.
for tho murder of Arthur Collins
Adams was recently tried nt Hath-
drum Idaho for the murder of I 'red
Tyler tho Jury disagreeing ll Is
understood he will bo brought to
Jlolsn ntul kept until aflir tho I'et-
tlbone trial when ho lie turned
over to tho Colorado authorities.
Woman Must Die.
Monto Carlo Dec. C Vero SI
ger Goold and his wife .Marie
have tieen on trial before tin
Mrlor court of Monaco oh:
with the murder of llmma I
at Monto Carlo last Hummer
today found guilty Mm. (ioold
sentenced to death and her
batnl to Imprisonment for life.
Washington Dec. 6. An entire vil-
lage built by tho Trench during
their occupation of the Isthmus of
Panama find completely hidden by
the dense Junglo growth of twenty
)ears has been discovered nt Cal-
mlto Mulato liy tho engineering
force that Is locating
line of the canal In
Tho village contained nine nets of
married quarters twenty-two bar-
racks mid mess halls ami n small
machine shop. A majority of the
buildings nre In sulllclently Kood eon-
lltlon to leN worth preservation.
In order to afford n comparison
of tho cost of tho building construc
tion by contrast as against day
labor proKsal an- soon to be call-
e for by tho Isthmian canal com-
mission covering tho construction of
one or more of the commission typo
quarters on thn basis djp nil mate-
rial being furnished by the gov
ernment at the site
labor being furnished by
AMERICAN BECOMES LORD
ALDERT FAIRFAX A NEW YORK
CLERK INHERITS TITLE AND
ESTATE IN ENGLAND.
Receivers Will be Appointed to Take
Charge of Jamestown Show.
0 Associated Prela.
Norfolk Va.. Dec. 6. In the Unit
ed Slates district court today Judge
Wnddell decided lo appoint receiver
for tho Jamestown exnosltlon com-
pany. Ho announced that thn court
while taking chargo of the affairs
of the exHsltlon company from to-
day will tako two day to consider
tint names suggested by tho counsel
for receivership and Ksslbly names
outside of that tint. I In said that nt
least two and probably three receiv-
ers will be named.
The rase was heard today on the
application of John .Monk a mechan
ics' lien creditor and the Curran
Printing company of St. linls a
Judgment creditor. President Tucker
Director General Martin and other
exposition olllclals were present. The
exposition company'- answer which
showed the company's desire for a
receivership to protect the federal
government and other creditors ad-
mitted the allegation of Insolvency
but denied that no proper account
ing of lis funds had been made and
ilenleil the correctness of tho me
chanics' lien claims of $225000.
Piles Cured In 8 to 14 Days.
I'ar.o Ointment Is guarantee) to
cure any case of Itching Illlnd
III Hub or Protruding Piles In fi to
M days or money refunded. 60c. If
liy Southwestern Press.
Iondon Die. fi.- Albert Klrby
Fairfax tho New York clerk has de
cided to assume tho title of lird
Fairfax and to take his 'seat In the
house of lords. When the fact that
he had inherited the title and es
tate of I.ord Fairfax wis first
announced to the jomig man he
declared that the KnglMi peerage
had no attractions for him and
that lie would refuse to assume tho
title. Since then however he has
iippareutly changed his mind ami
will renounce his allegiance to the
Culled States and become a sub-
ject of King I'Mward. Many legal
preliminaries will have to be accom-
plished before I-ord Fairfax can tako
his scat In tho house of lords but
Saturday night December HUi t
Pleasant Hill school house near tho
Downard mines. Tho pcopjo of Ard
more and surrounding towns aro in
vlted to come and spend tho even
lug with us. Theru will bo plenty of
good things to cat and wo promise a
Jolly tlmo to all. Kvery cent derived
from the sale of boxes will be placed
In tin; fund for tho building of
Confederate home In Oklahoma
Come and help us In tho work.
S. D. MITOIini.I..
0. W. DUNCAN.
After all. It Is better to pal your
self on thi back than to Kick your
CITY NATIONAL BANK
Condensed Statement of the City Na.ional Bonk of Ardmore Oklahoma as
rendered to the Comptroller at Washington D. C at
Close of Business December 3 1907.
Loans $561813. 10
U. S. fionds ' 25000.00
Furniture .'000. 00
Stocks and Securities 9038.84
Bills of Exchange for Cotton $90263..'!
Cash in Other Hanks 1 13427.85
Cash in Bank 48.040.07
TOTAL AVAILABLE CASH 35'.73-3
Capital and Surplus $198113.69
Bills Payable 70000.00
The above statement is correct.
A..H. PALMER Cashier.
A food to work on
A food to smile on
A food to sing on
Energy and good -nature in
The most nutritious wheat
In moisture and
dust proof packages.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
If It will grow In tho temperate
tone It will Brow In Carter county.
Oklahoma. This In a fact and can-
not bo R.ilns.ild. Kvery day prove!"
this to be a fact. The farmer ot
this (section of the country can grew
other crops than cotton and corn:
tney can ;row frult3 of every kind.
The apples and peaches crown In
this section compare with the arar-
fruit grown In other states and our
grapes are tho finest that can be
grown anywhere In tho United
States. That Is a fact because Ard-
the first prlio at
more grapes took
tho St. I-ouis fair.
U. T. Ilcxroat a man who Re-
lieves In diversified farming and
fruit culture brought in to tho Ard-
tnorelte late -yisterday afternoon a
well developed Kniegranlto which
was grown by him cm his placo at
Keck near here this year. Thin I
the only pomogranlte tree In the
new state and this Is the first year
that tho tree has borne fruit.
This year Mr. Ilerxoat has
gathered two dozen iomcgrariTtcs
from the one bush. The tree thrive
well but has to be given special
care during tho winter months.
The fruit Is highly piiiod by the
medical fraternity in as much as
It Is Is mild and used a great deal
FOUND GIANT CAVE
UNEXPLORED CAVE OF WONDER-
rUL DIMENSIONS ACCIDENT.
Die. 5 -Penetrating
cave of wonderful
d with Indian eu-
The coins are concave tho figures
In high relief nine strokes of tho
hydraulic press being required to
make them. Hereafter only one
stroke will bo used and thus
coins just circulated will bo
ferent from those to be put In
TO FIX BOUNDARY LINE.
Texas Oklahoma and
Mentioned In Bill to
Washington. Dec. 5. The drafting
of a bill looking to the fixing of
the boundary line between Texas and
Oklahoma and Texas and New Mex-
ico was transmitted to congress to-
day by the Intel lor department with
the request that it be passed. It
provides for the appointment of a
commissioner by the president to act
In co-operation wlUi one appointed
by the governor of Texas. Many
ytars ago Ked river marked the
boundary between Texas and what
Is now Oklahoma but that stream has
ch.nnireil lli mitrm n tmirli th.it
it no longer shows the true division
Texas had a survey made a long
time back and In 1S9C tho Choc
taw and Chickasaw nations bad a
survey made which showed that a
lot of land which Texas claimed lie-
long to the Indians and that a lot
which was then on the north side
of lied river belonged to Texas. The
two surveys cannot be reconciled
because the landmarks are in many
rlos and wierd lellcs of bygone days
of the red man and with a deposit
of guano which excels In quality
anything heretofore discovered In
Arizona Is the experience of Wil-
liam llolllday .1. C lllodgett and
M. I.. Tanner three young far merit
fropi southwestern Oklahoma who
are developing a claim four tulles
south of Indian Hot Springs in
the Graham mountains of Arizona.
According to private dispatches
from Arizona received here today.
Urn miners were driving a tunnel In
tho mountain sldo -which was sev-
eral hundred feet long. When af
ter an unusually heavy shot had
been fired and the stnoku and de
bris liau cleared away tney were
somewhat surprised to tiud that the
breadth of the tunnel had disap-
peared and nothing but Impenetra-
ble darkness met their gaze glWug
back reverberating sound with au-
dible articulation the hollow echoes
of a giant dome
With lights and ropes an luvestUa-
tlim was commence! and It was ills
cm crul that an underground cave
of Immense dimensions had been
penetrate! with an undoubted hid-
den iv.iKh.ige way which as et had
not been found. From tho tunnel en-
trance the men lowered themselves i
to the bottom of the subterranean
entity by means of an improvised
They found gigantic deoslu of
guano in which were burled hun-
dreds of Indian arrows and blocks of
wood sewn together with deer sin-
ews. The were In a broken mid tie-
caei condition and their use by
the Indians could not be determined.
Other Indian relics were also found
and many of them sent to the
Smithsonian Institute and schools of
the territory for analysis and as
temple or secret meeting place many ' supply of moisture or imti.mcnt ami wl-.vn babmrss
man) jears ago and that the natu- occurs the scalp has simply lust all of its nourishment
ran entrance has been blocked and Moving- nothinj; for the luir to feed upon (a plant or even
hidden by rock slides. An effort t tre w0"11! lic unucr sitnll ir ciMii'.uiojin).
will bo made to locate and ri'0Hn J The natural and logical lliinj; to do in either case is
the original passage way. and then fd nnJ replenish the Mill or scalp a the c.wi tiny be
If you would bo frco from winter
skin discomforts get a bottlo of
Itamseys Witch Hazel Balm. Chap-
ping is Imposslblo whoro this dainty
lotion Is used. Prlca 15c.
1 V. J. IIAMSKV DrugglsL
Would Bar Worrall
Guthrie Okla. Dec. B. James
Markwell nu Oklahoma City lino-
type operator Is here repre-
senting tho typographical unions of
the ktate in their demand for a pro-
vision in the state prlntcry bill that
the Mate printer must bo a Journey
man of not less than ten years'
practical experience. This provis-
ion would eliminate Clinton C. Wor-
rall editor of tho Hobart Chief
who has been unanimously endorsed
by the democratic state executive
committee for tho place.
Oklahoma Meat Inspectors.
Outhrle Okla. Dec. 5. Tho ap-
pointment of tho following stat
meat Inspectors has been announced:
It. Vampter fluthrle; K. I). Holland
Shawnee: Thomas llrldges Chandler;
A. II. Terguson Anadarko; M. Stolg-
er Tulsa; J. 1 Crabtree Waits-
nurka; Thomas Crawford Tishomin-
go; T. II. Doyle McAlester; Jesso
V. Durham. Enid; J I. KllUon KI
Ilcno; Walker Moore AVeathcrford;
G. I Dent Stillwater; W. W. Deal.
Wynnewood; W. II. ..langold King-
fisher; Dr. S. M. Mcrrideth Vlnlta;
C. J. Massey Tyrone; I'. U St.
Clair Lawton; It. I. McNIcholds
Still at It.
Badly burnt but not broke.
still for Long Horn.
'Phone 359. City Fish MarkoL
Makes the Uver Lively.
Foley's Orlno Laxatlvo gives por-
munent relief In cases of habitual
constipation as It stimulates tho
liver and restores tho natural action
of tho bowels without Irritating
theso organs llko pills or ordinary
cathartics. Docs not nauseato o
grlpo and Is mild and pleasant tf
take. Hemcmber tho narao Foloy'a
Orlno U-ixatlvo and reruso substi-
tutes. For sale by all druggists dv
CREW MISS CARROLL'S IXAIR
AND WE CAN
' " PROVE
Beautiful Hair At Small Co
VWITIIIN the list decade great ntul rapid ftrii'.cs have lucit mailt: in
. W Materia Medii-a. M.mv diseases that were considered incurable
fifteen years ago nre now cured in a few day -..ami In nruiy ca prevented
altogether. The Kcientivts of I tie years L ive Ia-ou d.-lvir.e; i r tile can v.
the foundation the reason nn-i the starting point o. !ise-?efu'.! realirii
that the actual and true cause mu-.t lie ascertained iwfore llie lemedv ci
le located. Hair tmiiVci like ma-ij other dir -.vt luve been wneigly
diagnosed and altogether misutuk-nttxxl. Th'i hair itself is 'lot the thi
(to lie treated for the reason th it it is simply a product of the sraip a
wholly dcticndcut mum i's m '.f'n. Tliu rcaln is tin? very soil in w'ai
the h air is produced nurtun.l aad i;rM.-ii(:id it ulur.e i-lw.ilil receive tin
attention if results arc to K- L.pc'.u! It w mid d j ii j ea.-llily co.nl u
treat the stem of a pUnt v:Mi vi.- ol :u.l;in:; it t;-ow .;n l U-vonie more
beautiful- the soil in whiui th pl.nu 1-pjv.a aiitrt be iiltcude.l to. Theie-
fore the scalp in which the luir grows mu. t receive the itti-iitioti if yc
Is believed that the great cavo are "pect It to grow and Uoomu mo-e K-autiful.
used by the red men as a 1ou ofliair n erased by th? 6calput"i:"ir up or In Ing
tho cave will be
given more thor
NEW COLD COINS.
Philadelphia Dec. 5. The first In-
stallment of new $20 pieces has been
whipped from the 1'nlted States mint
In this city to various sub-treasuries
about the country. There aro
115000 of them and their monetary
value Is J2300000 On one sldo ot
the coin Is an eagle flying with
outstretched wings while on tho p-ntTC
other side Is the figure of 'Liberty." THEE
and your crop will grow and multiply cs nature intended
Dr. Knowlton's DANDERINB
it the only remedy for the lnir ever discovered that ii identical
with the natural hair foods or liquid of the scalp. It feeds and
nourishes the hair and does all the work origin illy carried on by
the natural nutrients or life-giving Juicct generated by the scalp
lUelf. It penetrates the p'lres of the scalp quirkly mid His lnir
soon shows the effects cf its wonderfully ctUilaratirj; oiul life-
One twenty-fivc-ccut bottle is enough to convince you of ita great
worth as a luir growing and ha beautifying remedy try It and sio
lor yourself. Now on sale at ivcry ri: ami to.let Ujrj in tl.e land.
Three sizes ajc 50c and 61. co.
To thoiT lio (jttlclJv Oi-i-feelno art tn
to tUe KuoMtlua lijuULilao c.iuw v. .1
f. V 1T: .Ha
1. m UVVIf aaBM!
MISS J. CARROLL
2307 Irvlnrf Avt Chloatfo
ntVr frrc by rrturn mall to snyont no tends thlt idrrrtlKB!
uc on J tdJirta aud 10 centt la tilvct a tltmpt to pay poiUft.
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