The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 236, Ed. 1, Sunday, March 1, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Ardmore Sunday March 1 1908.
CURRENT TOPICS AT CAPITAL !
CANNON IN DIALEMMA
THE SPEAKER FINDS HIMSELF
SQUARELY DETWEKN PHOHI-
LITION AND LIQUOR FIRES.
GUARANTEED CURE FOR
Croup Whooping Cough Bronchitis Ln Grippe
Quinsy Hoarseness Hemorrhage of the Lungs
Weakness of the Lungs Asthma and
all diseases of
THROAT LUNGS AND CHEST
Eleven yenrs np.o Dr. King's New Discovery permanently cured
me of xi severe nntl dnnetou9 throat and lunj; trouble and I've
been a well man ever since. G. 0. Floyd Merchant Kershaw S. C.
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
ALL DRU GGISTS.
ARDMORE TRANSFER COMPANY
Phono 74 TOM CARTER .Prop.
EUGENE COOK Mnnnrfcr
Wo offer to tho people tin' host transfer service in the city.
Our hacks arc now. our drivers are Inmost
sober and courteous
Savage line in fonoctlion.
falls Answered Promptly al all Hoars
iRead the Advertisements in the Paper
ll Willi .1. A I. hot )
ashlliKtoli I'. li. lilt.- Special.
In In-Kin Willi till lx not political.
It is ii mere mutter of Justice or
piiliapK cihleti. A bout two yenrs ago
a -iiMiiilio.it carrying nn eu!iirnlou
ii.n t up the Hunt rivi'r In New York
w.m destroyed by fire Hnd nearly
Hiii' tlioiiHiiiul women and children
vie either burned or drowned. The
I .IKtcr lit till (il'IIITHl KlOCtllll WIIB
. in' of tin' mo'.-t cruel known lo bin-
. in tin' lulled HlHti'8. When the
Mlitt'lIK 1'1'lilplWH Of tllOHc WhO
!' ilu'lr lives in thin calamity
1.111-lit to collect iIhiiiiiki'H which
. ..ui.l ant by tiny MiHHilllty iiy for
In' iMiiunaiit hi i now which they Hil T-
tinii. iIiin rmiiui timt nailer tlm
i.ivv of tin- 1'nlted HlutvB tin. com
..mv whlei owned the Bteu HiIhuU
a.i- liniiii' iil s lor tin; amount ut
v h il l) the wn-ek could bo valued.
Ih' uti'i'k wiii worth possibly
twelve hundred dollars; nearly one
tliimsaiiil ile died before It bo-
.iiiii' a wreck.
I hat U otic part of the Htory. Yea-
ii ula the ciiitalu of Ihu (Jonerul
.Iuiiiiii. a limn seventy-two years
..l.l. Iiliud and tottering wlt.i the
wi'akneHM of hk was taken to the
in inieiiilai at SIiik Slug to servo
a ti'ii vcars' sentience. t)f course this
nn . him 11 life sentence for ll Ulllll ol
hK lulviinced nge. The owners or
i.i' (leiieinl Slot inn. who nro owners
. ether boat plying n tho waters
r New York have not been Indict-
I'd. They me not sent to the peni-
tentiary although they HI'o responsi-
ble fur the coiidltloll of the bout
lor the UhfleHs life preserver and
for the luck of discipline nmouK
the crew. Thin Mxir (dd man Is made
a vIclmlo'iiK sierlflce for the eorixi-
latmii which i inployed li I in. The. cor-
iMir.iiinii when filed for monetary
iI.iiikiiv's fur the di'iiths eatitW by
Us iii'ullneni-e. pleads tho federal
. i. .tin.' winch limits damage to tho
.tin.- nf ilie wrei 1 Hut the captain
wtin ill. the best that he Knew how
nn il.. ut. t Kocs at the end f his
I i i. 1 e hi l- s d the m i iptu-
ral ilmli of three mi.!.
to tie penitential at
wear KhlpeH and to
urn ceil and dishonored
which was not his. Is
.us and ten
Sinn King to
ml hit life dls-
for a fault
Th president of the 1'nited Suites
has an opportunity to correct It by
a pardon. Will he?
The Queen City of Red River Valley and
Southern QKla. V atdi her Magical Growth.
i'ortutio.s have lii i'ii iiuuli-mi small invcstiiii'iiis in I lu.'o teal ost.ito and tho op-
portune is nun h rc.iti r at pi-csi'tH than i i r before. Kitty dollars ltui-sted in cheap
lo s in llmjii live years ago would today bring you almost a thousind for mie Think of
it' ou mnriit hie liecmiie wealthv on stu h a .small invt stiuont! Lots that .sold for Sin
live jear.i ago are now s.-lnng for $Iihm.
1 1 ugo is surely destined to ho one of Oklahoma's foremost cities and real estate
al ies are sure to soar higher and higher and those who taku ndvanUtgo of tho oppor-
tunity now offered are sure to reap a bountiful harvest.
Nearly everyone knows tho history of Oklahoma City its wonderful urowth and
tho immciiM fortunes uiiido hy those who invested in real estate. Hugo offers you tho
"If you democrats can't elect your
cuuillilate this year you iiiIk' as
well Just go out of the political
That Is what one of the most prom-
inent republican senators said to
me this morning after some chat
concerning the dissensions now nit-pan-lit
In the republican pnrty. Today
In Wn .i button nearly nil of the
nromitieiit reimblli ns lplieve that
their parly Is doomed to defeat In
the election next November. You
can start In the house omen milium
and work your way through commit-
tee rooms to the senate annex half
t mile away and you will not find
one republican who tliltiKKS unit me
outlook for his jmrty Is at nil en
couraging. The fight In the Chicago
convention Is going to be hitter vit-
riolic. The fight after the t'hlcngo
convent'on Is going to be quiet but
very effective. If any lnidy believes
that with Tuft as tho nominee. Ohio
can he cnrrled for the repirhllcan
party he ! Ignorant of what the
t)hhi politicians at Washington are
Kiilng. If anyone thlnkH Mint eith-
er' Roosevelt himself the king of th"
hind can hold tho republican party
In the eent of u stampede that
man does not know what republican
IMilltlclnns are doing ln twenty
ears the republican party has not
Washington Kelt. 211. Trapped by
a trick Spefiker cannon finds him-
self In the position of having cltiicr
to enter to the Ihpior Interests and
defy the prohibitionists or bow to
the temperance element and throw
the whisky men overboard. The sit
uation Is embarrassing to one with i
presidential aspirations. It is attrac-1
ting tho attention of the other ns-
pl. ants whose eyes are on tho white i
The sienker does not believe In 1
prohibition however much ho may
believe in temperance. When bills
Hiurod in ut the beginning of the
M'sslon lo prohibit the shipment of
lhiior Into "dry" states he adrlotly
uud quietly steered tl.ein ill the ih
rectloii of the committee on Juilic in
ry. lie knew they would sleep there.
or "uncle .loo' Knows umnmu-ij
the complexion of every committee
and Just how far and In what direc-
tion he can trust them. When the
storm of hills mos of them Introduc-
ed by southern ieprenentatlu'8 from
prohibition states had siK'iit Itself
the sM-aker relaxed Ills vigilance.
Then It was Representative Joseph
.lohtNKtu of South Carolina awoke
lie feltppl up on the cumphtccnt
sM'nker when hn WHsift worrying
over jirolilbitluu ltiatftiT and put
in a measure suggesting that it be
referred to the conunltee on Inter-
state and foreign commerce.
The trouble started right there.
Representative Hepburn of Iowa
is chairman or the loinmltteo. Also
Mr. Hepburn halls from a prohibition
district In a rock-ribbed prohibition
state and his prospects for coming
back are not nearly so bright as they
might be. Kor thai reason Mr. He li-
bit u Is deN-uded Uhii to be zealous
in regard to the cause of temper
Necessary with Statehood.
Phase of Justles Procedure.
Invaluable to tho Now Jua
tlcea of tho I'eaco and of
Interest to nil Officials and
For Sale by the Ardmorelte
Publishing Co. Ardmore Ok.
:: :j n ts n u it n
AIIDiTOE HACK LINE
D. I . FLYNT Prop.
Hack lenves for Healdton at
C:30 n. m.
Hack leaves for Elk at 7:30
Direct connections with nil
Inland towns west of Ard'
heave nil packages nt tho
City Drug Store.
been . imiliy spin as it is louav. i ance w unoui regaru to jiis cousin
and Its most prominent members do'eratlons on loyalty toward the spen
not rerniln from teldng democratic I ker or his iMrsonnl predilections to-newsiaH-r
men what they think I ward iirohibltloti.
alMiiit the outlook. Many senators 1 With this In mind. Representative
think hat Roosevelt is betraying ! Cregg of '1 exits went Into t.io com-
Tal't. others think that Tart Is a
pariy to that betrayal. Kverylmdy
knows Cat t'ornker Is against both
T.ifi and Roosevelt. KverylKHly knows
that I .a I'olette Is wholly out of
ti.iu-'i with his party. As for Hughes
I i .ui challenge anyone to quote
'iic word that he has said In silpMrt
r ih.' . rolntble nominee of his pur-
Mr Tall. Never liefore has th
u'.li an iarty been so torn with
i. 'Timhu and that means the op-
iiii. tun i fur the democratic party.
opportunity uain. And why? Ilccauso in rosynrccs lluo is
many times richer Ilia n
developed Hugo will be.
any ot er city m uo new State a tut when these resources are
sci oi d only to Oklahoma City.
Ii ink at tlto nctp and think for yourself. Hugo is located iu tho midst of the
'n itest undeveloped country within tlto boundaries of the now State of Oklahoma. It
's 1 ." iiiles north of Dallas- Tonus; lit miles south of l'Wt Smith Arkansas; 121
ni s w. st of Tesnrkana. and about 150 miles southeast of Oklahuinu City. Hugo is
si'-i it-il at t'io juuetiot. of tlio Si. Louts and San I'Vaneisco and the Arkansas and
Chi i iw Railroads and is sure to be tho largest city within miles of her HmiUs. .
P'ere are thousands of reasons why Hugo is sure to continue to "row to bo ono of
O ! Hint's largest cities and it will pay you lo go and see for yourself ami in iko .some
tin- sMi i tits while tin- opportunity is uttered you.
For the Best Results Invest
Money In Frisco Addition to Hugo
Frisco Addition is a beautiful elevated track oniy three blocks distant from
. aid is on the so itln-ast side of tin-city w here all the best residences an-
il. Within a year we believe Frisco Addition will pay you 100 t or cent v.n
i" . s' lii-nt. About one million doll irs have boon invested in buildings in Hugo
Ai i . 1 l'.o". Property all over the city has doubled iu value. Much more is sure
s nt m building and beautifying Hugo in IW and vou may reap a portion of tho
' ' f vou will.
K' titly the city voted a bond issue of Si HO. 000 to build waterworks and a sewerage
ss . n which was carried by unanimous vote. The consulting engineer has boon on the
rr- at n anil the work will bo pushed rapidly to completion. Hugo's natural advantages
hi v uattr system are tho best in tho world being supplied from an everlasting clear
lie i. iiun stream of pure soft water.
Frisco Addition lots aro cheap and are being sold on long terms and easy payments
on .m y have to pny 10 per cent down and ou will have a year to finish p iymg for your
lots Uoit't let this opportunity pass you but grasp it now and you will always be g'ml
yun dul i'. See our agent today and select a few lots. Fay 10 per cent down on the.-.
lots ai.il wo will pay your railroad hire to Hugo and return lo y. ur home any time within
tlortv days from the day vou buy and when you got to Hugo if you do nut lind F. isco
Ado tt"ii just as represented we will refand everv cent of your money.
You cinnot a IT ird to miss an opportunity like. this.
MAYO STICELE & HALE
AT MKS. KMZAIIICTII MAS H()()MLG HOLSK
I'hone 7 IV. - . . . . A. Si rod Norlhwosl.
Tie ie U no doubt whatever that
in tins ear the democratic jmrty
lii th. he-t chain e to elect ii pres-
I. in t at It has had since 1SSI. Nev-
i r before has tho repirbllcan party
ii torn and nicked with ills-
ii urn K-r since lSHi! the voters
iiif 1.1'n told that nard times are
.I'w.n-. the result of iloinocratlc pow-
i TihI.i we are eiicounterlng the
ii. nst M'llous financial depression
Hi ii has beep known since 1S9II. And
it ih tin- ciiluiiuittlug point of repuh-
It. -.in policies titllt have been In ef-
i Nit tor more hail ftfeen years.
I v have today a deficit In tho treas-
' ii . as a result of republican legls-
l.ii mi We have a financial stringen-
lelt all over the country though
th.- republican party has been In
power. We have ti lack of employ-
in. in for working men though they
weie promised by the republican par-
u a rull dinner pall. Wo havo a luck
f liii-.lue.ss so that every great do-
i p.irtn.oiit store Is culling tiown its
in iv oi clerks anil he ndverislgg
which it gives to the newspnierj.
Ilie i a 1 1 roa ds are laying o!-f trains
.in.l putilng useless engines and
tielit cars Into the round houses
.ii. I i n the i-rili-tracks with the plea--.nit
label or "Teddy Hears." In
1 i i. f. iln- co-mtry confront a period
"i i oiiiinerciiil tlepresMon such a
h is net been known for almost a
ne alien and It follows swift upon
tw.H.- eais of uninterrupted control
.if i he white house the senate and
the bouse of representatives. It is
i i.. to u that this Is a moro mat-
. i of coiiiuierclal distress. Hvery-
1 ..ih leinembers that when the pan-
ic of iv.i;t came on the inon who
ii.. now responsible for tho govern-
. . nt of this country declared that
was the result of tho policies of
i he i li veland administration. It I
i ss.irv for them today to say Hint
b. lied or else o accept the
i eiuent tint the panic of 190S Is
iln.- lo the policy of the Roosevelt ad-
in Mistiaf.in. Times are harder to-
In than they were In IS'13. They
i harder under a republican an-
mi ti.uloii which came Into offho
'ih i'ie beauttfttl Insignltun of the
tu l limner pa'l than they aver have
u liefore. The dinner pall Is no
'"i -er lull the opiHirtunlty for em-
'.ui ent is no longer pressing upon
i'ie ui in who seoKS It. Tho days or
.1-n.spei ny are passed for ho pres-
ent and they havo passed while the
!' i'.iicati party was In power. No
i 'iii-er cm the speakers for tlto re-
i h lie.ui party claim that prosper!-
.ilwax follows the ropubllonu
in Never again can thoy say that
he panics conto only under the
.1. muriatic administration.
mltte today and moved the Johnson
bill be reKrted out favorably The
motion wn not imsswl uimjh by tne
committee but Mr. (Iregg caino awiiv
with the promise that his motion
will ho given fair and probnhly ra-
voralile consideration. His activities
have brought together all the ad
vocates of prohibition In the lion e
Irrespective of imrty and the com-
mittee Is In lor an Interesting time
if it balks.
As for Speaker Cannon ho Is the
i enter of Interest. Unwilling to how-
to the rod wielded by the house lie
is afraid to stir up trouble and ad-
verse criticism. Although atitociat of
tlie lower house of congress ho is
flist or all. Jus at the present time
very much a candidate for tho re-
publican nomination Tor president.
And ho remembers the baneful ef
feet of cocktnllks on the Kairbtink s
Thousands perish every year from
consumption resulting from a cold
Foley's Honey and Tar cures the must
nicking coughs and o.NpoU the cold
from your system and prevents cm
sumption and pneumonia. It li.i-
cured many enses of Incipient con
sumption. Sold by all dealers. iKvw
Abandon Historic Fort.
Washington l-Vb. 29. Special.
In accordance with orders trom the
war department tho abandonment or
Fort Reno Okla. ono of the most
historic military posts of the south-
west will be made finally effective
tomorrow. The site will Lo divided
into town lots and larms. Tho fort
has been occupied by troops for
mo e thnn firty years. It was from
Fort Reno that Oeneral Custer
marched on his famous expedition
into the AVlchitn mountains against
the hostile baud of Indian headed
b Iron Kettle.
For many years the notorlou In-
dian chief fieronlmo was hold n
prisoner ln Its walls.
a President Hoouovelt calls it Is
not nearly tho menace to Increase
iu iKjpulutlou that deaths among In-
fants are. And eight out of ten or
those deaths are directly or Indirectly
caused by bowel troubles .icih- '.
llaby Kllxlr cures diarrhoea djsen-
tery sour stomach and nil infant ail-
ment of this nature. Just the thiun
for teething babies.
Sold by J. Ramsey.
Life nt Stake.
Ymr lite may be at stake when
vou notice any sign of kidney or
' i.i.l.li r trouble a Bright' disease
hi l .1 a'.ieie start with a slight lr-
I'ril.uitv that could bo quickly
i .'.l bv Foley's Kidney Heniedv.
i' i tin ne .iklm; It at the flrt sign
.f din.ei Sold hy all druggists j
SilvenAluminum Jelly Moulds Free
Pretty Girl Dosses Redskins.
San Iternadlno. Cal. Feb. ': -SieciHl.
With hundreds of Indian
braves ln her charge her headipiar
ers hi the wildest iiortlor.s or the
San Jacinto mountains Mi.- Clara
True a pretty young girl Is acting
is Indian agent at the I 'aim Sptlug
Till 1 to certlty that all drug
jists are authorized to refund our
nonoy if Foley's Honey and T.r
'alls to cure your cough or cold !
top tho cough heals tho luns an.
irevont e.riotis results' from a cold
'tires la grippe coughs and prevei:-
.mottuionln and consumption. Cm.i i i -io
opiates. The genuine Is m
.cllow package. Refuse stibsti utes
Sold by all druggists. d.vw
Kotinody's Laxative Cough Syrup
u-ts gently yet promptly on the bow-
i and allays Inflaniatlon at the
amo time. It is pleasant to take
'old hy W. 11. Frame.
United States Depository
Oklahoma State Depository
ARDMORE OhLAHOM V
Surplus and Additional
If this hank is n safe place
for the city state ami nation to
deposit their funds it is a safe
place for the farmer and busi-
ness man to keep his funds.
LEE CRUCE President
G. IV. STUART Cashier
T II E
Ardmore Detective Agency
Seo mo rcr all kinds of private
detective work. .Satisfaction guar-
anteed. Will furnish Kuurtls anil
W. T. CAPLES Principal
15 A St. S. W Lock Rox rail!
To submit you bids on building
Uriclt Dullness Housos
Or anything built of brick. Prompt
esthnatoB furnished on work any-
whoro. Call mo up nt Phono No. SS9
or nddrea mo at Ardmore.
P. V. Petty
IVrlck Contractor and Ilulldor.
Seventeen barrels of Coca
Tola wore served at our
fountain in ro drinks durit g
the past season. It's more
Coea Cola than all the other
fountains iu the city sold.
Wo Know how to servo
S Hoffman Drug Co.
T M .1
fif i e; r
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i tii'tni-ru uro i w cii-
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p.". r.gc i ii 'iv rr.il m -
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Postal Telegraph Cable Co.
N Washington St. Tel. No.
i a 111
Wo find employment for
the idle. Telephone 014
JOHNSON S KELLER
North Washington St.
All kinds of kooiI coal. Uvcry
order delivered promptly.
Hudson llouslon Luir' Co.
Now is the Time
This isood tinr1 to cement
your cellar and fix up your
store house. We build any-
thing in the cement line
Get our prices on walks
curbs guttois pier blocks
and window sills.
Ardmore Concr'ete Co.
J. W. Fielder Prop.
Tho only first-class lip.e iu
Out All Night
PuekaL't's and grips ban-
ditti will) cure. Phone 20J
STEVE ROWLES Proprietor
Open Day or Night.
THE TELEPHONE NUMBER
The Ardniorc Heat and Lilil Co
THE CITIZENS WILL CONFER A
GREAT FAVOR SHOULD THEY
DISCOVER ANY LEAKS DY CALL-
ING UP AND NOTIFYING THE
COMPANY. THIS IS FOR YOUR IN-
TEREST AS WELL AS OURS.
f-m ju i i mi i 1 1 1 ii ii in ii i 1 1 ii i m
NEW ORLEANS LA.
Tickets on sale Fob. 20th
27th 2Hth and 29th and
March 1st. and 2nd.
Pinal return limit March
II. 1) McCOLLOM
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