The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 309, Ed. 1, Monday, May 25, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardrr-ore Monday. May 25 19C3.
COMPARE OUR SERVICE
Portal Ttljrph Cabla C.
.V 7Mhlsts Ht. Tel Ho. II.
A GREAT DAY
WHIP THE BRITISHER
TO DODGE TAX
BY PIPE LINE
AV. iCA.S SO E . TO v. IS
H E DA Y AP.3WO.E E-
It Is No Joke
Lnrr.Vr in riVpr nd
aor in plentiai Why not
Mii.d that new hooV! aovr
I lurJson - Houston
Btwl't&j and VTahm(fVo
Zachry $ Smith
Tailoring cleaning and
rrcning. All work called
for and delivered.
Ladies work a special"
i North Washington
Sample of old DUTCH
CLKANSKfl a lon at
they lant. It charOH dirt
ar.d l a boon to every
hojH'i keeper. You can de-
pend upon this More to
keep ovory thing in good
WKST MAIN STREET
10c Per Copy
Call and Gut One
HOFFMANN DRUG CO.
Elmer Wright Prop.
Main Street Next Door to
Ardmore Dry (ioodh Co.
We offer the best nurvire
find the beht equipments in
the city. W want your
Inflammation of tho blad-
der urinary troubles and
and Bladder Pills
Trial For 25c
X. O XWITT a. CO.. ObiMs U4
For ttals ay W. B. Prama.
TO THE PUBLIC
Or. ao'J a.'tr first dif
of Jon Tr.e Ardxors
Tran Co ".V diva-
tiea a. credit bisioesA-
Aii MrrrioM fi.i fc strxt-
lj for 'Aah and ao ip4-
irn. We vill cos;iae to spra
S.-'sV'rbjAH .Ti aad tIU
app.-ecifcU? the paVroea ire of
Tom Carter Prop.
Vf Km. Maia St.
Te.epr.onen " and 74
Y'iz a Signet Back Corab
het vrith brilliants and
Mr. Nixon oograyrjM it
withoot oxtra cost.
United States Depository
Oklahoma State Depository
Cipilil Sorptat ni kUi
It thin nk is n fiufo jiIr(.(i
(or thu city ntntu mid nntlon to
ilupONlt tholr (uikIh It U n nntn
jilnco lor the fnnnnr and buil
ncH rn 11 n to kvop IiIh IuikIn.
LEE CRUCE President
G. VV. STUART Cashier
O.C.Y. Annual Reunion
Tu-Mi'tH on tutu June 'lh 7th
Final return limit June 2nd
Stop-overH allowed at various
II. D McCOIjLOM
W. S. K15HNAN (i. P. A
Brown & Bridgman
Funeral Directors and
Largest line of Funeral Goods
. EE. SEES
MAMMOTH PAGEANT HONORS
Aost-if: sat Galilei Tin Et.-
"i" a rttr Ttt fwlt
ca i it Fitti u i.
AT7 'T1' MW
TL . .XT.
itori :lro Atteaue
iarelM4 USmk tk el r 1
4ort4 frHa SwtU to the
'.im. ''. martial mwte from maay
to4i aM Um dMr ol a au4rM 1
thoaa4 ipeuton. la taw ataaM
pu;at thr vr alao maa com-:
aUel Kr4aasa &a4 m-! rntt
. . " s
aorwK.ni r o
iy nun un uuir; suuai(iruvi
Tk U"U were Jy with i
i balldlag la a prota.loa ar before
i iftMUUi o. 1-
. lttaad. taadlag room aloag
(the line of march waa at a KMolum.
Aaotber nol faatara laaogwated to
iday the flrat Mating Chriatlao
Badvor invention eW a;M nhlch
. . m
GO.A'.SES" W 1-
" w-r. "''promptly corea" aayi m. j. i;acn
all the battleabtpa in the harbor.
; The Kaliant tars on shore leave
terday and today were give recep-
j tlon such aa perhai4 they have nvr
(Wore known even taking Into eon
nldf-ratlon the warmth of the gfeV
lngs -xte:ided them at San Frauclaco
and Ijs Angeles
j Kach man was a hero ma voided a
1 thousand times. Jack didn't know
why he was a hero but look all that
wa eomlng to him wlt!j a arin. eap-
clally when an attracllTe girl hove
to alongalde him and pinned ribbou
of (towers oa hl.i ckilbes. Arm tn
arm Jacks and Jills iwr.aii-d the
streets. None sought any water to
carry and the only toad that Jack car-
rlwl ws what he usually called a
"bunch ot Seattle sweetnetM" on his
Visitors Ui the battleabiiii swarm
ed so jwralatently upon their decks I
that the sailors almost had to take ! sttpatlon Is In dangor of many serious
to th masts to xlve the outslrtTH ! allmonta. Foley's Orlno Laxative
room Score of boy. on eory .h.p;$aS-
acted a. Ktiides told the visitors all bowels restoring the natural action
.llxiut thu guns a Unit life on ship of these organs. Commence taking
their fun and the work. All the pet
were lotted Including the dugs rnts
Roats parntta ooons and monkeys.
All tho tniihls were shown and
many of the tars bad to Ixiro their
arm to ahow the glrla their tattoo
inarka Visitors scarcely let Jack
at his dinner and some even bet;-Ki-ii
bits of bread lur souvnlrH.
One can scarcely Imagine the ox-
tent of this madness over the lleeL
All thnf people have seen warships
In-fore; Jack Is an old and familiar
Niitlit In these ports; but the people
luiw jiiNt aono mad and thera t no
! limit to i hlr lraze or their enthu
iiii-m .M-n wear red while and blue
m.- woMK n are almost literally dr-i-
d in tli- national colors. Jack tars
.iliii.irt i-iubraced on the street
.rut ia foi an oltlcer II be apiears In
ijntfi.i in ho is practically mouiied.
lv.i house ha. some sort of lleet
! ini.i.-in dUiilayed and as lor Haas
ml nt i. amirs It looks as If all the!0' mMI1' "1a' there hae been
Ahcili-h.ile houses west of Chicago hud
i ii dil-t-! of their stocks of buut-
"In February our oaugnter had the
"hooping cough. Mr. 1ino. of Hart
laud recommended Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and wild it gave hlH
customers the host of satisfaction. We
found It as he aald and can re' om-
'nend It to anyone having children
troubled with whooping cough" says
.Mrs. A. (Joss of Durand Mich. For
aale by F. J. lUmsey and Hoffman
Drug Co. d&w
A Wealthy Beggar. j
Hi. Uwils. Mo. Ma) j - Theresa
ltol.be 30 years old the daughter !
of a former street weeper has
traversed the streets of St liula I
veurs. begging at Uitk doom.
with Jf.007 wrapped up in a bundle
of rags at the bottom or the basket
whlrh she carried on her arm. Hhu
ix ragged dirty thin and her wealth
was unknown until the jhiIIcd Invtmtl-
Killed hor story tlwt she had been
Insist uion UeWltt's Witch Haiol
Halvo. It Is especially cood for plies.
Bold by W U. Frame. d&w
"Mi2rv. xj :t """: u ola-owa 5 excise on oil re
3 a. S- asrttia&Xy. SESTED f ?.OSUCESS.
V.: : Urn tti
V-fin neaa.t il has tava '
avtrsxr Ur4 tae . aa4 ar :
U - nm 1mi fsm !Sm Lsh a ta- Etta:- it a '-? Ujj 5 ; Lji ts
no4 St ( . tatty octl? om' a-i Trcvt l-u.-tr.t; Art
KM OQ kit vif to i4a t i U C4frr-te; C..- Artfcjs.
Otrtjft ;um TV a; kS
; tt Io rW"Ot.- o Cue;.-. -o '
i 1M1 wntrt. H 1mm
I Tim H t-m prt4 by
mT H tM pc-t4tn lr -r
fku mMlrt Irr.ill.-ritH
to M44 Znm RriMU
tir- Sro Iays m for?oui.
TV n4t U:l to -J Toizk
M :or BlaatM M)tutr or B
. 4. .. .
?rspH lt rurt aa4 toM Ma
ba badly l Tttud him :o Ttn.
Ut yr. it ippMn Mr. RooT;t
: vh MCh tui d vha a airit
It li ponibt h aad roraeclari
hare a boat belor the Utter departs.
;Tli latwr ent-n th rtn? at irom'pipe lla company and plp the o
X 10 11S nmmifa n4 ! fln siuW
tooklnj; l-llo. to hom the president
hM ukn uk;
Bad Attack of Dvienterv Cured.
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lOSrinsf from a aer: attack of
drientary. He told a frleatf If he coald
obu(n 4 wu r Ctt4ffltfUla.s
cbolwa and rjjarrtea Keaedy. ha
felt eonHdeat of being cored he bzr -
l remedy In the west. Ho
" i?d1 ' lLiiiV' "1
lost no time In obtaining It and waa
nvuiiM tuiw j. t-.au
dregglit. or Wolcott. Vt For ale by
2'. J. Iuraay and IloZman Drug Co.
FIND MINISTER ABROAD. VED.
Couple Made- One While Traveling
on Santa Fe Train.
Woodward Okla May 31. With
the Intention of marryint; at Gaaje
J. It. Bolton and Misk Ella .Means
obtained a marrkt;e license at Wood-
ward yesterday and after boarding
the west bound Santa Fe train for
Oaa;e It was discovered the license
could not be used outside of Wood-
ward county. Oaa;e Is In Kills county.
A search of the train located Iter. J.
W. Terrell who performed the cere-
mony on the moving train while It
'am atlll In Woodward county.
Chronic Constipation Cured
One who Buffers from cnronlc con
! tt today and you will feel better at
once roiey a u.ino ivixauve a oca
not nausoatu or gripe and Is pleasant
to take. Kefuto substitutes. For sale
by all urugglsu. dfcw
A Family of Boys.
'ihf largoat fdu.ii of boys known
of In the United States Is at Cuthrle.
Okla. Charles Williams now about
70 years of age I' the father of
sixteen boys and every one of them
Is still single and Mill nt home. Ills
home Is like a hotel and when be
and his wife and the sixteen boys if
down to dinner the meat and potatoes
disappear as if by magic. Klght of
the boy a however warn good wakes
and pay their board and clothes. All
of the sons have Biblical names be-
ginning with Moves and ending wltA
It is enough to make one's hair
stand up to think of l;'w many cases
In that family.
Serlout Results Feared
You may well fonr serious results
from a cough or cold as pneumonia
and conHiirnption start with a cold.
Foley's Honey and Tnr cures tho most
oiiRi.i.ato rtiugns or colds and pro-
vents Htrlotis roultfl. Kefuso substl-
tutes For sale by all drugg'sts. d&w
CONTAINS HONRY AND TAR
RsIIstm Cold bv warkiaff Uksra
sat of tha sytUra through a oaplias
aad hMlthy action of lh bo wait.
RallsTti Coughs by cUanriag kfta
anuosut mambranas af tha tarsal
ahasS and bronchial tubaa.
"As alaat to tata Uata
as Masie fusar"
Children Like It
Far a uy w. B. FTama
Tatot OtU.. May ! Tk pmc
'" - ins iap-c3-
; - tai? t ku ttirred tka la
J' ATI Tlk Ml VtlOteB UZ lav
1 txi. lU pro;-
"T IU JH t1. The ax i-r
Ibpomm in lAMtloa 1 ui on cto-j
-Arnra Xt ttw ImiIbm u iW.
bm ba oprat4 it a Vos to: tfc
Ut fl rt tb pro4acrs rHr!
that tay it bix mad to carry
nor tHaa taetr thar oi ta bur-
j The pma ao propo4 by ome of
the laremt Individ a profiteer ;r.
tb field It to orsaaia a eo-op?ra-!e
o( th Ut. la to Kaca.i
' whera It
will be atortd aad so'.d
exclM tax law la Kan-
. . ..
r-irporeo soaer uw ia oi
?om- "d( u6 lh'n a
f dayi. I: la only ilxty mllea from
prolocBS pooi8 of Oklahoma
to .h liVnd in 11
i w " . v ...
. cou' capable of haodlln?
' t !l! Ut' w w
Producer! contend that the line
vnaA .n nar for ItMlf In th ur-
f0"10. 7 lo B tn
ing of the tax aad the difference In
the rate of taxation which obtains
In Kansas and the Oklahoma rat
As more than ninety per cent of
the total production of the s'a'e
Is owned by the Standard Oil com-
pany. It will be seen that th'-rf
would be tremendous business for the
new pipe line. The producers are
now working out the details of th
plan. There Is a producers' associa-
tion In Oklahoma which represents
more than Su. per cent of the ;ro-
dqctlon of the state and when thl-.
takes hold of things something prob-
ably will roov-;. The association re;-
rsnta every clas of producer and
the officers are being appealed to
to get busy at once and organize
the co-operative pipe-line scheme.
The movement of the vast quantity
of oil out of the state along with
tho storage tanks means that some
0f the counties which have been
court ho.es and
I Jlu wth the money received from
1 the oil tax will have to tell bonds
to do these things.
Th- ad valorem tax passed at the
present session of tho legislature calls
for tho assessment of all oil prop-
erty at lis market value and this
will bring In property valued at SO
million dollars which Is next In Im-
portance to the railroads and the
oil men say that this was enough
before tho state levied an exclBe tax
on top. No definite pmns have yet
been formulated but there have bern
several conferences and something
will be decided upon soon.
A Living Skeleton
Is tho final condition of any child that
has -worms If It lives. Think of hiv.
ing something in your stomach that
eats alt you take as nourishment. Nine
tenths of tho babies have worms may
ho yours has. lio certain that tt has
not by giving It Whlte'i Cream I'orml.
luge It expels all worms and Is a
tonic for the baby. Price 25 cpdW.
Hold by F. J. ItimBey. wkly
SUGAR STEAMER ASHORE.
German Vessel ast Aground Near
Atlantic City Crew Safe.
Atlantic City. May 21. The Cor-
ma" '"amr Hornze. from Cuba for
York with a cargo of sugar.
a shore four miles south of
Mole Kg? Harbor early todny during
a dense 'on Tin- plight of the hteamer
was not discovered until after the fog
lifted when the life-saving cruwa of
the Little I loach and North Iirlgan-
tine Htatlons went to thu steamer's
nuHlKtanco. The steamer Is hard
t aground on tho Little Ilcuch shoals
ihut Is resting In an easy position
j Wrecking tugs will try to float tho
vessel. Tno lire-anving crews aro
of the opinion that part of tho car-
go will hnvo to be lightered beforo
she can bo floated Tho Hornze has
a crew of twenty-four men and ono
passenger on board.
Whon your food seem to nauseate
take Kodol Take Kodol now and un-
til you aro right again. Tboro Isn't
any doubt about what it will do and
you will ilnd the truth of this state-
ment verified after you have used Ko-
dol for a few -weeks. It la sold here
by W. 0. Frame. dftw
J. A BIVENS PrldtwL
A. H. PALMER Caahltr.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
Surplus Fund J 1-0.000
A cor:; u of &ri aad individuals soUcIUdfl Courteous treat-
cent accorded to all alike.
200000 FEET OF GAS FREE
Have You Received Your
Chance on That Free Gas ?
When we do your gas fitting sell you ranges or fix-
tures be sure you get your tickets on that 200000
feet of free gas.
A visit to our store is an education in the gas appli-
ance business in itself and all callers will receive the
most courteous treatment that can Le accorded.
Ardmore Supply Co.
THAT BRIGHT SPOT
For Country and Town
We have made especial preparations to provide
you with the best things for summer. Look
over this list: Refrigerators Screen Doors
Screen Wire. Fruit Jars Gasoline Stoves
Perfection Oil Stoves Lawn Mowers Ice
Cream Freezers Water Coolers. Bijr stock of
U. C. V.
Special train will leavo Ardmore nt -1 p. m. Sunday Juno 7.
For sleeping car reservations apply to IJon. J. L. Gait
J. S. McNALLY D. P. A.
GEO. W. LEE G. P. A.
Little Rock Ark.
DON LACY Vies President
FRED C CARR Aatt. Caahler.
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