The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 209, Ed. 1, Monday, January 27, 1908 Page: 2 of 6
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THE DAILY AROMOREITE.
Ardmore. Monday January 27 1908.
c ilium -uomoveuc.
BEARDMUBLtlE PIBLISIII'iG CUMPANK
SIDNEY SUGQS President.
Hlwtors-Sidney iusi:s. W. I".
.tlmilnti.t I. Ilyrrif. T. IIImImm-. It.
Ick II. A. Iliik'lmiil.
ired nt llio Postofflco nt Ardmort)
Afl SoOOIIllCinHS Matter.
Racial Paper for Carter County
If it Ih in tlio Anlinori'ito
it is lepii.
un o N ;v Ila h k t.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
M Tht Dally Ardmorelte
ln Year IS "
Tho Weekly Ardmorelte.
01 Year y Mat $1 00
tli'U .Mantlis 2f
T'noss Manager's Otllco 538
IMItor's Oltlcn f
; Distance t38
nt- - -
Intore Monday January 27 1908
faishlngton reiiorts 20000 enfos
txrlp not Including thu ono Undo
c( lias on lobulation.
lt8llily Governor Hughes would
jK lmt for tlio fact. Unit Socro-
j( Taft lias been so iiiifortutiato
. vIhk plnyed tlio copper game
tlio limit Mr. Hulnzo unit with
'nl "coppers ' that lu missed dnr-
"othliiK over stood ji.it" said
ntor (Joro In Now York tho oth-
0 votiliiK. "except tho republican
V nml Ualamu's stood."
Iniptrollor Hldgclcy miyn that
I'H nro Inevitable. This Ih not tlio
. 'Sno advanced by tho republican
lis ami oratoiH In 1SIM1.
I io Washington Herald lii(VriitH
(iat 300 copies of tlio president's
ago accompanied tho fleet. HI
' wo presume to fit tho Ill-Inch
th olio fa Hluii of tho Ohio ro
cans unjoins thoutiior faction
ut bo admitted that there nro
. good points about tho Injunc-
Ilea st In his letter to hla mail
j)f u. u luilepoiuleneo league
"It soeliis to mo that tho now
I movement should not bo n
7 party iiioomout for long. 1
by that that If It Is properly
toil It will soon supplant one
4U old parties." .Mr Hearst la
ipiesldcnt (lf tho National Asm)-
.n of Democratic clubs mid ot
itiig nil bis energy mid support
if his papers tho building up of
now part) which bo expects
(booii mpplant tho domocratlu
( Ills nl-nation us bead of tho
1 'ratio diubs ..ouhl at once bo
I'd to tho cbalrmau of tho ua-
t "l luii r.itlc coiumllteo. To do
Y Aviso li an net of groat polltl-
t 'Mproprlotv and If persisted In
'lilin open to the cha no of per-
t s tho caaip.tlj.u fjr president
t jilt t.i open wo too tho oxim
etry soiwtaclo of ono of tho
c organizations of tho party In
KOI audi ot tho man who Is trying
Uipplant the democratic party
jyvho may bo a candidate opiws-
uo democratic lumlldatc.
ro.W POSTAL REGULATIONS.
'iJiig Li! nvent postal regula-
77J tho most Important to new spa-
ovnd newspaper subscribers Is to
u( ffect that newspaper subscrlp-
must bi paid In advance. One
itou of thH ruling Is that pub-
.'8 will bt g.ven n certain time
llch to se- ure renewals. On
y publican. mis this tltuo is one
wt ou dally papers throe months.
KO;t means that weekly newspaper
njthers can ii"t extend more than
HVonr's credit to a subscriber
Cliioro than threo months on a
KOI 'mIor ' urso has
fiico only to papers delivered
Ush thu malls at tho regular
II laper rato ot ono emit a ihhiiuI.
caurso a iiowspaiwr publisher
F0'' right to extend as much credit
'i pleases but ho mint comply
If" this ruling of tho department
r to get his paper through at
fyir'. rat's All papers not paid
o4thln tho time limit set by tbu
A I will bo changed four cents
3'Ound No publisher Is gol'iK
this rato on papers sent to
fluent subscriber consequent-
ruling will be effective mid
ewspapc subscriptions will
ter bo on a practically cash
't Tho new ruling w-eu luto
6 on January 1 1908.
Ushers of legitimate n'trspa-
pers will find much In the now rul
ing that will bo to their boneflt
The rules will cut out mmfli of tho
freo competition that tons grown up
under the old system. I'nbllcntlons
whoso only otcuso of living was tho
ndvurtUeiueiits they carried mid for
which prnetlcnlly no siihacrlptloiiB
wero paid will now bo placed In a
decided dlsaihantnKO. Tho nyatuni
of slopping raperg when tho tlmo
lias expired offends many of tho ed'
Itor's best frlonds mid tho plan ot
pay In iidvnnco lias not worked well
with tho city papers wtioro too ed
itors nnd publishers nro not brought
Into Intimate association with their
subscribers. Rut with tho publishers
now bulng compelled to cense giving
credit tlio subsrlber cm not becomo
offended when his paper Is stopped
and they will pay inoro attention
to their sulmerlptlou accounts.
The following Is u copy of tho rill
ing Issui-d by tho department :
A reasonable tlmo will bo nllowod
publlirfierH to secure renewals of
subscriptions but unless subcrlptlons
nro expressly renewed after tho term
for which thoy nro paid within tho
Dallies within threo months.
Trl-weeklles within nine mouths.
Weeklies within ono year.
Semi monthlies within threo
Monthlies wlbbln four mouths.
Ill-monthlies within six months.
Quarterlies within six months.
They shall not bo counted In tho
legitimate list of subscribers mid
copies mailed on account thereof
shall not Ihj accepted for mailing nt
tho second class postage rate of ono
j-nt a pound but may bo mailed ut
tho transient second class postage
rato of ono cent for each four oun-
ces or fraction thereof prepaid by
stamps affixed. Tlio right of a pub-
lin er to extend credit for subscrip-
tions to his publications Is not de-
nied or (mentioned but his compli-
ance or noncoinpllmico with flits rog-
'illation will bo taken In considera-
tion In determining whether tho pub-
lication Is entitled to transmission
ut tho second class postage rato.
RUMORS OF WAR.
There seems lo bo n rtetormlnnllou
tu somo ipiarters to try and Involve
the United States nnd Japan to tho
verge of war. K.very thing that Is done
by either country that can be ill
torted Into warlike preparations Is
grossly exaggerated sollint the Jltr
goes of either country may bo kept
In a state of constant excitement.
The administration has been tho
chief culprit by ordering tho fleet of
battleships to the I'aclfle ocean for
It Is hardly possible to believe that
this extraordinary move was for the
domestic political puriHiKo of turning
public opinion of the Pacific Coast
states toward tho perpetuation o(
the presidential policies and the se
lection of delegates to the republican
convention who will vote with tho
administration. Though It Is natural
to ask If that move was not for
partisan political effect what was
the object If not to excite Japan1
As the difficulty alniut Japanese Im
migration to tho United States can
undoubtedly be arranged through tho
uxiial diplomatic channels mid tho
question of tho open door tu .Manchu-
ria Is only a matter of trade with
which we havo to deal with China
mid not Japan there cm be no good
reason why both countries cannot
maintain the most mnlcible rotations
with each other ll.ith u.ipan mid tho
United States would lose mid neith
er could possibly gain by a clash of
arms. The cost of modem war Is
enormous mid Japan nt least would
be Impoverished after prolonged cam
palgus. For one thing Is certain the
people of tho United States would
fight to tho bitter end and no peace
at any price party would dare to
raise Its head while such a contest
was In progress. Tho original qiies
tlou In dispute of the admission of
Japanese to the public schools of
San Krauclseo. and elsewhere Is
entirely a matter of homo rule that
must be left to tho people of each
state to solve. Tho question of ad
mission of emigrants to the United
States or any nationality Is for con
gross to determine and the federal
government to oxocuto such laws
as the national legislature may deem
best for all tho people. War Is a
calamity that no sensible people re-
sort to unless compelled to defend
themselves. Itiit If nttacked "lay on
Mac Puff nnd damned be he who
firm cries hold enough!"
When the baby Is cross and nas
you worried and worn out you will
find that n little Caieatvxeet the well
kt.own remedy for babies and chll
drMi. will nulet tho little one In
short time. Contains no opinio. Sold
by W. 11. Frame d&w
Don'' wait too l-ig to i 'ant thoso
P'bcr'a pcachc- Nw is t'io time
We havo them In the nicest trees you
j 20dflwl AUDMOKB Nl'llSEItY.
SEED SENT FOR DISTRIDUTION
AMONG THE SCHOOLS DY
CHAS. D. CARTER.
Agriculture wilt ho taught In n
prnctlonl mnnner In the public schools
of farter county connected with enoh
school house a plot of four acres of
ground will bo laid out and worked
by Hie chool children. Ono acre of
tho land will bo planted In peanuts
ami tho other three ncres In other
produce. .Mrs. Nlbtnck tho superin-
tendent of education In this county
received 120 imckages of vnrioits
kinds of seed from the department of
agriculture through the efforts of
Congressman ('has. I). Carter and
this seed will ho distributed among
the various schools of the county mid
will bo planted mid worked by the
children in attendance. Agriculture
Is part of the curriculum of the
school system of tills state nnd tho
small plots of laud will bo demon-
II Is the Intention of Mrs. Nlblack
when tho crops ate harvested to havo
tho funds derived therefrom used to
establish rural libraries nt the school
houses throughout tho county.
Tho Idea Is a brilliant one nnd
means much for tho development of
Carter county In an agricultural way.
FOUR OR FIVE GIRLS TO DO
FOLDING AT THE ARDMORE1TE.
Interest to Grain Dealers.
On all probability on ana utter
March fitlt. all. Interested railway
Hues will reduce the minimum
weight on Interstate shipments nt
grain mid grain pioducts In car lots
between alxtisas and Oklahoma
points from IlO.onO to 21.000 pound.
Notice tu that elfoct has been re
ceived by t' o local agent of tho San-
ta I'e Railroad company In this city.
Prisoner Jumps from Train.
Chlckasha. Ok. Jan. 2rt. Ah the 4
o'clo.Ji Uock Island train was leav
ing the yards hero today a prisoner
being taken to Duncan inado his es
cape through a window. Ho had Just
been delivered to Sheriff Oraliam of
Married at tho residence of Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Carter near this city
yesterday afternoon MIsm llasll Car
ter to Claud llumpass ltov. Horry
of the Ilaptist church olllclatlug.
.Married In 1'urcell by the Catho-
lic priest of that city a tho resi
dence of the bride's sister. Miss Vol-
ma Shaw the daughter of Mr. mid
Mrs. It. O. Shaw to i:il Poller of
that city. Mr. and .Mrs. Shaw left
yesterday at noon for Purcell to at-
tend the nuptials.
Subscribe for tho Ardmorelte.
LENOX SOAP ?
Tliti Piuctur it tlitinblo
Wliort' is tlioir f.iotory?
At lxiinsus City; also nt
What Mrt of factories
huvo tliov y
Tlio bi'st in tho country-
tlio clou nest the brightest
tho in isi modern.
Do tliev initko any other
hinds of soap?
Yes Ivnry Soap nnd V
V C5. Naphtha soap.
What is Ivorv soap prin-
cipally used for?
Tho bath toilet and for
What 's P. it G. Naphtha-
soap used for?
For quick oasv washing
osp' chilly by women who
dotlu'ir own work.
And Lenox soap what is
it used for?
For washing clothes
dishes woodwork Hoot.-
It is so cheap that you
can iw! it freely without
feeling that you nro waste-
ful it oxtravagnut.
For sale by all grocers.
Tyler $ Simpson Co.
FURNISHED DAILY THROUGH
H T. RUTHERFORD COTTON
Liverpool easier; mid. G.I9 sales
12000; export 500.
Now York quiet; 25 down mid.
New Orleans quiet; tnld. 12 1-S
sales 200; f. o. b. 025.
Open High Iow Closo Yes
M-A C.OJ G.01 D.'JS fiJS'S C.Ort
M-J C.02 0.03 5.98 6.0Ci C.05
J-A 5.91) G.97 5.U0 6.90U r.9'J
New York Futures. 1
Open High Low Close Yest 1
Mar . .71.2.-1 11.30 lOJirt 11.07-OS 11.27
(Muy .ll.:i:i 11.33 11.05 11 1 31 1 1132
July . .11.111 11. Ill 10.91 11.00-01 11.20
New Orleans Future'..
Open High lovv Close Yest
Mar .. 100'i 101 9911 100i 100'f
May ..11. GO 11. GO 11.28 11.35-3G 11.01
July .. 11.B1 11.27 11.31-32 11.01
Open High Low Closo
May ...1001$ 100 99- 100- 100
July ... 97i OS' 97 97' 97ii
May ... C0 GlU C0i Glib GOu.
July ... 6h r.9-?i r.Si 69 69b
May ... r.sn r.:ni ssu r.s r.2-n
A Talk on Seed.
Snm Ikilrd who Is now conducting
Ardmore. Kvcry day some new
merly a farmer In Iowa nnd ho still
takts an active Interest In pratclcal
farming lie says tho farmer's best
Interest lies In tho proper selection
of seed. He knows nothing of cotton
but ho has given much time to tho
study of corn mid oats. Ho has somo
fine oat seed which ho is selling
and ho has sent to Iowa for some
special orders of seed corn.
ARDMORE NOT SATISFIED
WITH SCHEDULE PUT IN FORCE
DY THE ROCK ISLAND
Tho Ardmore business men
tlnoiigh tho Commercial Club have
not given up tho fight to secure
a different schedule to and from this
city on tho Hock Island Hues east
of hero. Tho Commercial Club Is
being asslst'Ml In th fight by tho
commercial organizations of other
cities ou the route. The business
men o' this city think the present
schedule Is a disci imltiutlou against
Ardmore. Letters are being written
every day to all of the leading ofll
clals looking for a change.
A change was expected to be made
to better conditions a few days ago.
but Instead of bettering the condition
o' affairs tho railroad company has
made a bad matter worse.
Prior to tho first change people
living ainng the route couM come
to Ardmore and spend about an hour
In trading with the retail merchants
while at present they cannot trade
with them on account of the arrival
and departure of the trains.
Tho passenger and freight trains
both come In too late for the people
to get into the stores to trade and
leave too early In the morning.
A petition will bo c' rcul.it oil among
ti.o business men of tho city to bo
presented to the olllcials ot the
company putting the matter of mak
Ing a change In as strong 1 light as
Local Cotton Market.
Cotton ranged In price on tho local
market today fiom 0 to 11.30. Re-
ceipts were light with but few- bales
In and grades averaged from good
ordinary to strict middling
The Uadles' Aid society of tho
Christian church will meet at tho
manse at tho church Tuesday after-
noon at 3 o'clock. A full attendance
Is desired as ImiHirtant business will
como before the meeting.
In County Court.
Judge I. It. Mason overruled tho
motion of tho defendant's attorney.
j It. P. Turner. In tho case of tho
j state v. Dock Caulters charged with
j selllnsr wvhtsky and sentenced tho
I prisoner to pay a fine of $100 and
remain In Jail for n period of sixty
I days. To which ruling tho defend-
ant's attorney objected and filed no-
tlco of an appeal to tho supremo
Tho civil docket was then sounded
( and tho trial of tho casi of 11. P. C
Uiughrtdge vs. Jim Morris was en-
I tereU ujion.
Kooms 7 and 9
Man Found Locked in Car.
Chlckasha Okla. .Ian. -i'. .Men pre-
paring to unload a car of com here
yesterday discovered a man almost
too weak to move who when sulll-
clently revived said that his name
was W M. Huberts of Law-ton ami
that ho with others were loading the
car nt Iawton the morning of Jan.
"I and by some cause as yet un-
known to him he was locked in
and every effort to escape falling
ho remained without water mid noth-
ing to oat but corn until found.
Old Glory Sate.
U. S. Flags -1(3 stars flno quality
fast colors sent prepaid nt tho fol-
lowing prices: 4x7 $1.75; Dx8 $2231
Cx9 2.73; Sxl2 $1.75; 10x15 $8.00.
Send two cent stimp for prlco list
of books nml novelties.
Wnrncr. N. II.
Don't This Jar You?
Ciiithrle. Okla. Jan. 2C Tho lather
Into which C. II. Douglas who re-
ceived the republican minority sup-
port for nomination for U. S senate
through certain Democratic Influences
In return for assistance In last fail's
election has wrought himself con-
cerning an Instructed delegation for
Taft Is all unnecesfary.
Under cover It Is said the now
state of Oklahoma will have a place
III the cabinet It Taft Is elected.
Charles Hunter will bo the secretary
of the Interior and (larfteld will he
advnnced to the place now filed by
To thlnlc about waiting to see our
line of arbor vltao. Tho prettiest thut
can bo grown. Cheap l'hono C9.
2Cd-Cw l AUDMOU1-: NL'ltSKItY.
Wo havo somo bargains In gas ran-
ges. Como and seo them.
Sfi-fit WKUKS UIIOS.
coM i hoarirncu bron
chiln aithma and diicaies
ot thr throat and lunsi
promptly by iiting I 'no
Cure. Iti marked healing
and itrcnRthtmne virtuca
exert a liiehly beneficial
ctlrct upon the irritated
parti ipetdily removing
the came ami cllecting
All drusclitJ 25 cents.
THE ARTESIAN HOTEL E. E. Parnell Proprietor Sulphur Oklahoma
Located at tho greatest All-the-Year-Itound Health and Pleasure Resort In the world.
Train leaves Ardmore at 11:50 nnd arrives In Sulphur In tlmo for lunch nt tho Artesian.
Train leaves Ardmore nt 5 p. m. and arrives In Sulphur In tlmo for dinner at tho Artesian.
ItAIlJlOAD FARR FROM ARDMORR TO SULPHUR 75c.
Tho peoplo of Sulphur extends a hearty Invitation especially to st-angors to visit Uiem.
Foundry and Machine Shop Assured
Big Cotton Factory Almost Assured
Street Car Being Built
And Other Big Things for Ardmore.
WATCH HER GROW !
No. 1. Duo ctitlro birch 0 Itirp' Ints 0
room lioiisc iool barns. All kind.- of
fruit lino locution Weft Aiiltnoic. A
frcnuinc binptin if taken up on or b'foiv
IYb. lt. Only sil.l'CO
No. 2. South linlf of 11 hhwlt IIOOxlGO
-1-room frame Iioum- solid stone founda-
tion ba.eiiient storm et liar inifie burn
all kind fruit tine Iuil'i- vinos nitl tine
location A bargain fur 11 home if taken
nt once. Price only t 'J.iiOO
No. IJ. A 10-rootn hous cIumjIh burns
large lot room enough tor !l homes North
Anlinoro at less than f.oat fiOO
Above owners havo other businiss to
10 PRINT CONSTITUTION.
Senate Agrees to Senator Owen's Res-
olution to Record Document.
Washington Jan. 20. At tho re-
q lest of Senator Owen tho senate di-
rected that the Oklahoma constitution
be printed as a public document
"l want to place the constitution of
Oklahoma where It can bo easily ob-
nlnod by any cjtlzen of the I'nlted
S.ates" Senator Owen said when
asked his reason for making the re-
MJost. "I want It published and made
a part of the permanent records of
the United States that It may have
fell opportunity to radiate the princi-
ples of virtue and righteousness In
civil government to all the world."
We have somo bargains In gas ran-
ges. Como and ecu them.
26-Ct WHISKS IlltOS.
COMPARE OUR SERVICE 4
Postal Telegraph Cable Co. 4
N Washington St. Tel. No. 31.
4 4. 4. A 4. .. .(. . .). .1
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
of the Condition of
The Ardmore National Bank
At Ardmore Oklahoma at tho cloao
of Business December 3 1907.
Ioans . ..f
U. S. Honda
Capital Paid In $100000.00
Surplus nnd profits 4S.710.57!
mils Pnyablo 12.000 00'
No better Index to tho growth of
Ardtnoro enn bo found than la re.
fleeted In tho steady nnd constant
Increase ot tho deposits ot the Ard-
more National Ilanlt.
I.KK CItl'CB Pres.
li W BTt'AUT. Cnshler
ii.wr57'jMUkA -zmmummmmr'mm-r'r -t- r "r r f r r- r"wfii
St Necessary with Statehood. tt
tt In tt
JUSTICE COURTS it
It Phase of Juttlcs Procedure. Si
tt Invaluable to tho Now Jus SS
tt tlces of tho Peace and of St
SS Interest to all OMclaltv and SS
SS Lawyers. V
tt PRICE $3.00. SS
SS For Sale by the Ardmorelte St
SS Publishing Co. Ardmore Ok. SS
ss st ss ss ss tt tt tt it it a tt tt t:
It Takes a Long Times
To own a homo by paying for
It In small monthly payments
but ''on will never own a homo
without beginning In a small
way. Two of Ardmoro's most
prosperous merchants owned
their first homes by paying
for U em In monthly Install-
ments. I havo Rome cholco vacant
loti to sell nt $10 down nnd
$10 a month. Cash prices.
I Iberal lapso privileges la
case of sickness or misfor-
tune. S?o 1110 at once.
JOHN F. EASLEY
Tht' b- st that nionuy can
Try a aek. saino pribn as
other hijih frrado Hour
20 West Main Street
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