The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 236, Ed. 1, Sunday, March 1, 1908 Page: 6 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Ardmore Sunday March 1 1908.
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MISS NELL NOLEN
Oltlct- hlttlimton Hotel.
Pottirf 15. A. Walker.
POTTERF &. WALKER
rni)n nutl C ouimelora nt Ijiw
GEORGE R. WALKER
lore - UKin.
WILLIAM W. WRIGHT
lit; - r l Attorney)
1 Wi'h Dawes Commission
t CV .:. t.shlp Cases nnil otliwr
Mi :i I '. tho Interior De-
. 1 v li holy.
iiiliKtoll I.Oftll &
1 ' III
W.i.hington D. C.
R. F. TUF.NER
Attorney At Law
.1 i 1 i i t.ikliin attention glv-
t.i VI M i"ith Intrusted to me.
lti.in H A. 11 Whcolcr lllilg.
c: i" no Itcs. phono 773.
ill h In ban
.1 Kapp'tr Chns. II. Morllllat
hi il r ' i i Active Court
"vs niul Treaties" Practitioner.
KAPPLER A MERILLAT
irneys and Counselors at Law
lee before nil Courts; Con-
dim rnii i tit departments ami
ul ii n 1 ml Cases u Hpo-
o Hontl IMiVii. Washington 11. C.
M F. WINFREY
Attorney at Law.
ii of the ! ace Notary 1'iilille
i.i II ;i'nl lrt. Nobl lUilK.
f lit i vi; blue Olllcu lfiti
DR. F. W. UOADWAY
T . .
I Physician and burgeon.
Ml n.. In Ilm.l.il Hull. Mill'
Office rinmo Ul
lit- hli nci l'hoiio 39r.
von Keller Hardy . Henry.
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HOIIl IM .III milfelt .il (im Hi
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IIH'II IUII. I :i III illll'llllilllLUIT.
DR. D. F. DARKER
Ilco In ("nice Maxwell Flats
ice lmurj 10 to 1- a. in. li to f
i in ox. opt Sundays.
KULTATION AND EXAMINA
Main iitroot Ardmore. Okla.
1)11 J 1.. COX
Physician and Surgeon
lOtllc' In Illlllllol lllllldlllR.
IU Ardmore Okla.
C. D CLARK M. D.
e llmlti tl to Diseases of tlio
Hyo. V.at Vom alul Tlinmt.
LedboMor Freasloy IllllIillllK
2 Main St Ariliniiro Okla.
W. M. ANDERSON
Veterinary Surgeon. '
idertaking anil Embalming
Nor" iiMiltiKlon St.
I'll mii i 'Ml mul MS.
DR E J WOODWARD
. - - i.i i.ner's Old Stand
W A TACKETT
In ' I unliiKtnu llillldlllK.
1 I .r 170 Uliie.
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RDMORT'TE DIRECTORY tt
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GAINES ILLE TEXAS.
by in) norm
Jl ro .i r day.
HO 1. HOTHI.
12 00 homo on the Hock Is-
i -ui i r.iv i nrp.
U'OO por day.
KLAHOM A C TV. OKI A.
(A AVK 'K 1 1 flTI-.I .
lass ju every respecL
Hu mp to roc i n ili vi lopmcnts wo
find It ni'C 's-iry to ro Into the
We ilnn't ilo tiling liy halves no wo
have Just received a m t j largo car
1 K V JK I. S
Tlioro Imi't enniiRli hhici In thin jia-
per to toll nil Hlmiit thetii. Any way
It In not vory BatiHfnctory to hoar
or loll iihotit .IowoIh. You iniiBt B
thnm nnil liHiullo thoin to fuly appro-
clato thorn. Wo oxleiul to tho luillon
.if Ardinoro an Invitation to call
on us. Wo havo now lioun lioro a
Ardmore Supply Co.
THAT BRIGHT SPOT
W. Main St. Phono (o
P. S. Wo are fully prepared to dn
Kit pIpliiK for all purpotios mid wo
know how lo do rlKht.
A. S. Co.
X. It -Wo si ll (;d 1IkIiI and flx-
A. S. Co.
The E. R. Co.
I Ins just ilclivort'd to iih u
fivli sliipini'iit of Ulll'piMS
innttiii's oil cloth lino
li'inii art s(iiari's. p iiticrs
wim' w ciirtnins and couch
covers. I win sell you at
cash prices on easv pay-
ments. Will e.cliiin;'e any-
thing 1 have for any old
thin; you have Ho sure
and jLjet prices on carpets.
C. P. HALL
The House Panic Outfitter
Brown & Bridgman
Funeral Firectors nnd
Largest line uf I 'lincral (iootls
No More Dew Drops
1 have opened up ii tirst-
class short order house in
the li.lselnellt under W.llll
sey'f di n;.' stuv Open d:iy
and nitriit Vmir p.itron
J. R. PULLIAM
WSTICC OF THE PEACE
Dillon tn Pi tinihctuii Sims billldlnK.
Wont Main Kiroot.
PAULS VALLEY. OKLA.
H.ii.-h $2 no por day.
KlnoHt lloti'l In Soutlnvcst
IIhIoh $2 and up
The lending hotel of the city.
THE ARLINGTON HOTEL
Tho Now Hotel at
MHS. HCHTON' Prop.
Hates f 1 .00 por day.
Mrs. J. A. lingers Proprl tress
Hates 12 00 por day.
H. II. Alleu Proprietor.
WAR WILL BE
NOISELESS GUN INVENTED
HIRAM MAXIM'S SON.
Possibilities of Such a Weapon Arc
So Drendful That Authorities
rinliun Ite M .1 tt nn mt urn Ql.nt.l.l
be Regulated by Government.
York Fob. 2!i 1 1 Irani I'i.toj
l.iim win of 8lr llliia Maxim In
t M iiiur of tho inachlno kmii which
in'. in IiIh iihiiio has nwuroil imtontx
I fnr u ntlont flroarm. It. U aniiounooil
that by tilts ilo of tho dovk'o jiat-
-1 1 1 -. tho ilUcimrKo of any flro-
11111 from the mnnlloitt plxiol to tho
1. 1 1 nost gun 1m roinloiod prai'ilrall)
m.isoloss. Tho Invoiitlon porno is i
tho a.to of a dolfo Mlmllar in tho
iiiiifllrr' 'nxod on motor earn to
ili .iiloii tho iioImo of tho fountain ov
I .in.- iotiM I i.v wlili li i ho KaHolino onfflnt
.h ooratfil. It Ik In the nhajo of a
iinifllrr aiiitclioil to tho nni.xlo or
tin- riiiarm thiiHiKh whloh tho kukoh
wnlcli ilrlM- oat tho laillot or nholl
aio alnwtil to incut' Krailaally with-
out tho effoct of nn t.plonlon.
My thin device which does not alter
the apiioaraiiee of any wouikmi ox-
rept for a umali croitMpleve in the
barrel a hIioii (IIhIuiii'o from tho muz-
zle tho escape of the giiao follow-
Iiik the tilHchat'Ke of the oNplimlve Ih
shut iilf Jiii b. tho bullet emerge
from liio muzzle. Thin result In ub-
taluod by miNiim of a piston valve
xlldliiK aoroitH the bore of the barrel
Imineillately after the bullet iNUHeit.
I Ills volvo lit ifoverneil entirely b
tho presmire of tJie kikhm them-
when mul U not ojierateil by any
intrleato mechanical device.
Prevent Iiik the Kae from oHeap-
lim Htiiliietily ami provoking a couxo-
ipient loud report thin valve allow
thorn to Ismiio gradually through a
hi Ties of small holes thus obviating
all iiol.xe except a slight hissing
Miiimt. The valve then rosiiun's an
iipoa position and i wifety device
in-ovoutH the tiring of another cart-
ridgo unless the valve in in lis proper
Military expert apprised of the
now Invention assert. th.U it holds
the jsiwor to force revolution of mod-
ern methods of warfare lly use of
this noiseless weapon skirmishers
could work along an onomej's n out
and shoot down pickets without their
proscat being noli d except upon
the discernment of the slain. Slurp-
shooters would be enabled to pick
oil' their victim without reports
of weapon betraying their positions.
In the world of Bport It is hold
b the Inventor Hint the new weapon
would render It possible for a man
properly concealed to kill at his
lo sure probably every deer In a
surprised herd as no alarm would
In- sounded. From Ills cover on
shore a man armed with this noise-
less gun might pick oit every bird
in a flock without alarming tiie lesson-
ing number to flight.
I localise of its dreadful probablKtes
in the world of crime many police
olllclal have already Insisted that
the maiiiif.icturo ami disposal of tho
now device should be safeguard-i-d
by law. Alined w.th such
i weapon a policeman anywhere
might ho enabled to disable every
member of a band of lawbreakers
--hould ho siirpirse them at the r
u.nU. On the oilier hand. It would
lie equally dangerous in the posses-
sion of a dosierate criminal. The as--.issiu
by Its use would be enabled
to pick off hi victim and find op-
portunity of escaping.
Now Kdlson recoril for March now
on Mile at Uike's .Music Store. 1-3
A Swollen Jaw
Is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
it s eausod by neuralgia toothache
accident Italian!' Snow Liniment
will reduce Iho swelling anil relievo
the pain. The great and sure cure
I'm- t heitmntlHtn cuts burns bruise
scalds iny and all aches and pains.
Sold by F. .1. Itanmey.
Ladlot of the Leaf.
The IjuIIob of the Leaf will meet
with Mrs. S. T. llledsoe. Monday nf-
teinun at 3 o'clock.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'ao Ointment is guaranteed to
ire any case of Itching. Wind
needing or Protruding Piles in C to
1 1 davs or money refunded. fiOe.
RAILROAD TIME TADLE.
Arrival and Departure of Trains at
i Union Depot Ardmpre.
The following schedule is effective
j 'u and after Sunday February 0 on
' tho various rallroadi at Ardmore:
j Snnta Fe.
No. 0 13:07 n. in.
No. IS U; 3? a n.
Sou tli IVound-
No. & 5:10 a. m.
No. n 4:83 p. m.
No. C02 C: 10 a. m
No. 061 12:30 p. tn.
N'o. 063 0:15 a. lit.
No. i.i'l 7:60 p. ill.
No. 052 7:35 n. in.
No. Col S'30 p. in.
WASHINGTON TO SEE A GAME
Or ORIENTAL DIPLOMACY.
The Two Most Astute Statesmen of
the Far East Will Watch Moves
in a Game In Which Manchu-
ria Is the Stake.
Washington IVb. 29. Two if the
smartest diplomats t0 Won j aro
about to face each other over an em-
pire of the world.
Wu Ting-fang all that I suave
(pinint nnd alertly elllrlont in ttie ili-
loiis subtleties of Oriental diploma-
e. win Imj here shorily to repre-
Takuhlra. tralneil In diplomacy. re-
roHolltattve of Lllo trneiili.nl mul iron.
jiilmisly egotistic people of the new
win iKiwer jaimii-is already hejre
to match moves with Wu.
Anil the slake Is .Manchuria rich
IKipulon. wonderful .Manchuria an
empire In Itself.
.lapan is .Intrenched In Manchuria
nnd hold the door closed to Inter-
national traillc. China centuries old
Is rising from Its sleep and looks
toward the United States to sustain
its integrity. The right Is to have
the t 'nlteil Slate keep the door
open in China ami maintain the an-
cient rights of the empire. Against
this the astute and alert Takuhlra
It has been asserted that soon the
administration will address a circu-
lar note to tho powers asking for
the maintenance of the ohii door in
China. All summer Wu and Takah ra
and tho administration will match
moves in this wonderful game.
It Is asserted that .laisui. prostrat-
ed by her own financial trouble will
Uike the roar of the stage and China
which has found her posit on uneoni
fortablo under the tutelage of .lapan.
will como to the front with an n
tlrely Independent policy. Su li a
course lias boon lin'iee uu.
China as the result or the .mm-eu
IMillcy of Jnimu III Korea and Man
chur.n. It Is probable then fore i .e
Iho most nbsorblng diplomat!. mi-ii
gle in Washington the cummg .i.ir
will lie that between Mini.-ior ti
At the outset Minister Wu ai'
iwssess the advantage. The ( alt 1
States in her pol.cy. has shown a
marked Interest In China. This wu
Inaugurated by Societal ll.u- in
the promulgation or the "open door
ami Ikik been continued l Secro
tary Hoot by the remission' of sov
en teen million dollars of the CMnco
Indemnity ami the establishment o
the extra territorial court at Slians
hal. An extremely favorable sentiment
also has been created b the con-
tribution of more than half a million
dollar to the Chinese famine fun l
by American citizens. Moteim r. Si-l
rotary Hoot has indicated tii.r lu
will not allow any vacations ir the
"ojien door" itollcy on the pact .t
Japan to go on without protest
China's possibilities as a ferule
f.eld for the development r
nierco aro likely to prove t.n a;1(!
lug to ICiiropenn Kovornments ear
tlcularly tjorniany ami tire.it liir.un
to permit them to object to th -policy.
Japan on the oi.iei h.uiil.
far as popular sentiment may no
taken to Influence diplomatic poMti.m
f.nds herself In a precarious siuian-"
The recent fight on (he lunUet ha -shown
the Impoverished condition
the country. Her attitude in Manciei
rla has shown her jxillcy to recoiu.
her losses at the risk of her pros
tlgo with foreign governments
Tho United Stales is in the en-
viable but dilllcult K)sitloa of tit g
flirted with by both cuunmes of
tho far Hast. Japan wants tnoiicis
coinmerco and friendship. China wan
America's protection against Jaun
That tho game Is consider w.t n
the highest stake Is lore-lia low od
from the fact that the two must u
complislied Oriental d:plonmto mi f.ir
olgll missions have been sent 'o
Washington to piny ag.nn-t t.u i
No Use to Die.
"I have found out that th.re e
HO uso to llo of luilK trim ! .1
long M you can jtet Dr. Km- - N. w
Discovery." uayu .Mrs. .1 I' uin
of Hunhboro Pa. i woul.i 11..1 1.0
allvo today only for that H.m.i iru
medicine. It loosens up a i i
quicker than tuiythiiiK else .u .1
luii( disease even after tie- .1 . is
pronouncod hopeless." This m. 1 r.
liable remwly for coiush- .m i ci.ii
hi Krlppo asthma broach ms nl
llimrseuoss U sold under nn.i .in t
at W. II. lrnnie' dniK miv ui
and 11.00. Trial bottle fro-
Wo keep tli full cntnhuiue ..f i
Klllloy iuubIo at Luke's .Mii-k smn
Tho ret of the season .r
Arcade. .s .
Notice Civil Service.
The United States cull soruo
coinnitsaloii announces an eamm.i
Hon to ho at Ardmore okla . on
Maroh IS. 100S. for llallw.n Mail
Clerks. Applicants should at once ap-
ply either to the United Suites mil
sorvlco commission Washington n
C or to the secretary of the Inianl
examiners at Ardmore okla for
application lilonks. etc. lte-.pt
OKO. J. SWDMV
Sometimes a woman refusis to tr .
a secret because she doesn't know
SUBMARINES TO PHILIPPINES
SMALL FLEET OF THESE VES-'
SELS WILL BE SENT TO THE
ISLANDS FOR SERVICE.
Washington Fob. 29. Special.
Two submarine the Shark and the
Porpoise will lie shipped on Ixmrd
the Caear next week for San Fran-
cico whore with the Oniinpii and
the like they will be forwarded to
No Intimation of tho further
movements of the submarine are
given at tho navy department ex-
cept that their pretence Is desired
at I lie Philippine and that there luu
boon for soino time a plan under
way to take them there. It I be-
lieved that they will remain indefi-
nitely In these water to be joined
later by other submarines and po sl
'bly war vessels ami other craftH
M ! understood that Preshl ii
Roosevelt Mtiwuctl that a sina.1
fleet of submarines be dispatched n
the Philippines where Ihev ould
materially aid In defending the bar-
(or of Manila. Mining at Manili lav
has not proved successful owing to
the swift current and nrmy cngl
nee s nave nuiieii a voice in lavor or
having a small fleet on hand before
the new defense plan of the Island
Is well under way.
Tho submarine probably will not
accomplish any part of the Journey
under Uieir own power but will be
taken aboard collier from San Traii-
elseo alter they shall have reached
Best Healer In the World.
Hev. Starblrd of iOast. H.i.Miiond
Maine says: "I have used llucklen's
Arnica Salve for several ears on my
old army wound and other obstinate
sores and find It the best healer in
tho world. I use It too with great suc-
cess in my veterinary business "
Price H5c at W. II. Frame's dint;
Tho ulrl who Is outfaced In cuiii
vatiiiK her voice Is almost as much
of a nuisance as a Kmphaphonc
An Important Message j
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PHONE NO. 9 PHONE NO. 9
Gas fitters - Plumbers - Tinners
All ot tins can be avouieii
however by the use ot Mother's Priend before baby comes as this
great lininient nhvays prepares the body for the strain upon it and
preserves tlie symmetry of her form. Motlicr'5 Priend overcomes all the
danger of child-birth "and carries the expectant mother safely through
this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing.
Thousands gratcfullv tell of the benefit and relief derived from tho
use of this wonderful
remedy. Sold by all
druggists at ift.oo per
bottle. Our littie
book telling all about
this liniment will bo rent free
The Braafleld Regulator Co. Atlanta Qa
Darling's Rural Telephone Line
This is the only Rural Telephone Line
in Oklahoma and besides i'oin- into the
homes of thirty farmers and professional
men it reaches the towns of Kolian
Hcaldton Snccd Keller Wheeler and
within a few days will be built into New-
port. Use the rural lino when talking to friends or business
associates in the western part of the county. The ser-
vice is the best Quick connections can always be made.
IJvery woman covets a
phapoly pretty figure and
many of them deplore tho
loss of their girlisn lorms
after marriage The bearing
rTJ) 5?" f children is often destructive
fyaygj Bm to the mother's shapeliness.
WANT AOS PAY
Iain rutiiiiiiK to tell you that be-
ginning 011 the 'JStli day of Feb.
and on every day thereafter
we will meet anybody's prices on
(Jas Fitting anil you may pay us
for same in four monthly install-
ments. We have as good material
as is manufactured our workmen
are the best skilled in the city
we know how to do your work
and ask for the privilege of mak-
ing you an oitinmto on your gnu
Hvervhody who Is burning gnu
Is pleased with It from a stand-
point of cleanliness comfort and
economy. If you delay putting in
gas you are depriving yourself of
the greatest convenience in the
city. Phono us today at No. !
and w'o will toll you how little it
w ill cost you to equip your homo
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