The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 11, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 11, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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The Following Arc Some of the Institutions Which Are Building Ardmore and Surrounding Country.
Distributing Point for 192 Towns. She is the Hub.
W. A. Pride $ Co. bushed m. phoIK.. i n. wuinBton North Caddo Cash Korse Shoeing Ardmore Foundry it.
JONES' MACHINE & .... A. C. Stmehley Trcna. I
vm 1)0 w REPm mRKS KEEP-U-NEAT Grocery and Market (The Very Ucst) Machine and h. c. mm. Beer.
GAS itvpair. liny soil nnd i3xchanKo. Pressing Club o O McKinzie iijy and Wagon Repair- Brdcf6 The Pennington Grocery
. . Ait wrk (iirirn.tr.two. n ' iny and General Black- Company
tittiiiL' as cheap us tlio cheap- Proprietors . . r ihd3o ;Cni
.1 i .11. Proprietors and Manufacturers ot llna- Rmjinl Prrm 1 smith 11" LO (INCORPORATED)
est and us L'ood us the host. l-Ott liiaiel 1 rop. siiimuii'. J. wholp-alf r.RnrFn
THE STANDARD GIN SAW North Caddo and 3rd AVC. TITT- WHOLE-ALE GROCERS.
I'lioho 3HT F'LER. .Iplivpr 'ill Telephone No. 59I AL RICfc W. A. HARDING capit&i stock raid in 1100000
son-sir. south Mill stn-ot. e can lor anu cieiner .111 1 4w . Wo 1(! Uobson.a Clpher Codo.
120 K Hrondwuy audmouh OKIA. work. Fresh Barbecue Every Day 10 Broadway Manaaer. iirnnch llousoijfraula V.alloy okla
TV'TL Hanway Owens JHE GILMER WAMTFTl! Bu88ies ain.ted c. n. IF
m 1 rson ice us. Wholesale unci Uotail W jHLll 1 JLJl BeSt Vamish and ? & Sir! Sw. P
II h. Foster See and den. m 1 m
M iniver P&illtS Used Barrlngor Treas.
.inugei Manufacturers and dealers in Anlmoro's Onlv . . W. R. BURNITT
Ardmore Ice M'ri" M'1 0nM !T" 1 ''S " BW Repairs of all Kinds SMlWf"YNim 1 DvlWll 1
Ardmore ce - - . on (1Ncce. Does it
Light specialty. flAW RRA7TFT CAPITAL STOCK $100000
nP ' UUVV ORACIJLL ATTEST Lumber. Sash. rors pad building IT IS WELL DONE
rOWer 10. Ardmore Okla. Rooms 50c 75candjl.no North Washington St. ). H. ALLlLN Materials of nil Kinds.
C. A. Sammons Money to Loan on Ardmore Fire A . . wi some e nent Amy oPen ruiPKRQflW
Ardmore Dairy Ardmore Whole- n-s fo'Kj1 Llfu Int bnlbtvfloAW
Lumber Co. Farms and City Insurance ke Crcam FactQry sale GrQ TELEPHONE GO.
Property Agencys Co Cunnil!:rA!!ldvvards
Lumber and Roofing Lowest Rates-No Delay NVwton and Kiner Managers. Wholesale Ice Cream Volunteer State Life
Material. Ki.oms ami lo Kddh man and Water Ices Jake Bodovitz Pres. Insurunce Co. CoVerS the Entire
npar ciTJ I)lt1.flV MuiUlmj' l-'n e Tornado and (.'uatunoona. Tenn. r?.
Drew & wamsey 1W (ilil!s lllslllin0 n tirsl lW3sx iw 333 no.. 2 Bankers Nat. nnk Fleld
Ardmore Okla. Ardmore Okla. class Standard Companies. Muildinj; Ardmore Okla
THE OLD RELIABLE
Texas Wagon yaril iS: I'Vcd Ktoru
Still open not In the IniHtH
lit thi HuniK old price. iVunm
ovor nllit only !. Sinnlit
liorHO r.c. No charge toiiiiNono
111 lu tinif. I-'i-imI ii rlii'ap hh
you cim llnd In Ardiuon. Iti'-
mihiiiImt it m onh lltthort KlnckH
up Cadilo wtrt'ct liy ('. I'.
1 1 all h bin Htoro. (iood IiimIh
cool; Htovc pliuity room etc.
Your trdi roMpcctfull;. Hulicl-
ted. SatiHfai'tion Kiiarautcuil.
F. D.. CORNEL
Has moved liis grocery
store from North Caddo St.
to 121 West M tin St.
Phono H3'J and the sumo
prompt attention will bo
iriven all orders.
Groceries and Feed
COMPARE OUR RERVICE
- Pottal Telegraph Cable Co. 4
N WanhliiRton Ht. Ttd. No. SI.
Arduorolto Wnut uds Gut Hcaultd
ii ii t
NO SHELF FOR
HUNTING TRIP DOESN'T MEAN
HIS FINAL RETIREMENT.
No Poltion in Which He May Servu
Hit Country Wilt Be Considered
Below His Dignity When He
Returns to Public Lile.
W.islilnnton June u. I'lvsldou.
Koom'wIi'h announcement ye -it. rday
Hi. ii Imin. illiiti'ly ttfter ills Mlr;luoiit
liotn the tireUUIH'y he WO'' 2 ro on
a i mo .tears' hunting trip In UrltH'ti
Kuxt A t rl rti with bis aon K u 't i- in
i in- iitiiro of a reply to a jursMeut
ai;KrKatlou of third term iigltatoni
uho have been tMimbardinK lilm 'tli
! li'uruniM demandlnR hit aeceptnnco
i'f i ht n'lmlillMii nominal1 'i for the
preHldi-iiey If It is Un4"d- These
dlMimtches may nnd muy not have
Int-u Inspired from the sum; source
but every Indication poina to the
fact that they wore forwarded to the
white house ns art of u concerted
In I lie inspired dispatcher sent out
yet.ierd.iy the president took pains to
express his oonfldeuw lii the noinlnn-
Hun of Secretary Taft for the pronl-
(l. ii.y n ml to base his program on
this outcome. This Is omctly the
nay the prcstdont 1ms bwn talking
for months lie discussed his plans
with Kuusati City friends weaka npo
nnd the fact that lie would ro on nu
extrusive liuutliiK trip was relatod
and published at this time.
In the ineanwlil'e. the third term
booint rs who persist In bellovlni;
that the pret-ldcnt doesn't know hU
own tuiud have again Kcome active
and are engaged tn a despeiato u".
ti tnpt to arouse jiubllc suiitliiieut In
fawir of a third term on the eve ot
the Chicago convention. The presi-
dent cannot continue to publicly ro-
pent the stateiuout that under Ho cir-
cumstances will ho be a candidate
for the presidency although he tolli
callers as iniicli almost every day.
Kut bis plans for the future are ul
solutely doterinlned upon nnd ho will
not be swened from his program.
That the president does not intend
lHTiiiauetttly to retire from active
participation in American iolitlcs is
Just as well nettled as that he will
not permit himself to be made a can
dldale for the presidency In 1!U)S. He
is too jouiiir too vigorous and there
la too much for him to do fr him
to place himself on a political bin if.
What be has made clear is that lur-
ing the first years of the Tiift adminis-
tration he will not give the carping
an opportunity to charge that he Is in
reality the president nud Taft is a
mere figurehead. Everybody who
knows Taft understands that he will
he president after his election wheta
er Hooseevlt Is on tills hemlsphersi t
some other but the president wln4
Ui relieve Taft of all embarrassmenM.
Hut the particular bratnl of repub-
11. tins the president has designated ns
reactionaries need not conclude from
all this that they are through with
Hoosevelt and that the movement In
behalf of progres.lvo policies In the
republican party In the nation nre
to lose for any groat length of tlmo
the services of Theodore UooseveiL
The president haB In his conversa-
tions with personal friends declared
over and over again that he woui.l
not reganl any service rendered h!s
government a sHcrilleo of dignity. 11
would regard It ns no sacrifice to sit
In Taft's mblnet to sorvo In the sen-
ate or to serve In the house or for
tliat matter to tie a member of the
New York UghOaturo If there w.is
Important work to bo done and h
felt that he was fitted to do It. He
would ask for a commission and s?
lo war If the conditions donmnded !l.
The concern which has been nianl
tested In some quarters as to wnat
wo shall do with our ex-prosldcnts
need not cause anxiety so far us
Hoosevelt Is concerned. He hu a
full score ot years nhead of hint ';
llguro In the nation's affairs and no is
going huuttng bocauso bo has bsea
bottled up for several years mie"
wKli'H t.i nit himself in shape for
ul-i-ou nt activities.
The time of year is ap-
proaching when you must
think ol providing f"i" hot
weather comfort and lux-
uries. W'e invite you to
inspect our line of
Ice Cream Freezers
Quick Meal Gas Stoves
Quick Meal Gasoline
Bivens Co rim
Commercial Club and Hankcrn Natl.
EXTRACT FROM ADDRESS OF
PRESIDENT B. L. WINCHELL
OF THE ROCK ISLAND.
The foil wing Is an oxtract from an
address delivered by President Wla-
du ll of the Hock Island linos at n
meeting of old tlmo railway men at
Di's Moines Iowa on May 20 1903:
"I want to say n few words In the
nii-i forceful way l know how ns to
tho absolute necessity from this day
' n of a fuller co-n pern t Ion between
tin' owners of railroad properties ami
tin's.' who are on the pay roll; and
h this i mean every employe from
the president up and down. I say up
and down because I believe that some
of you perform service more valuable
to the company's welfare than the
"I want to make it plain tonight
that we Itavo reached a point whoro
we must recognize that our Immediate
Interests and Indirectly tho Ititerosta
of the whole country aro depiiK'ii
upon Improved conditions In this par-
"The margin of prnrit for railway
service must be Increased. It can be
Increased only In nno of t-o wns
either rales must te sllghtlv hUher
or wages must be slightly lower.
"Whllo wo do not want to n Inpt
tho lattor alternative wo are not
yet sure that rntoa can be raised.
Many protests aro being mado bv
commercial bodies; many merchants
feel that such a course on the part of
the transportation companies would
seriously nffect the Interests of tho
shippers and altogether. It Is mado
plain to us that nn ndvancod rate
basis cannot be obtained without
great dllllculty or without porno so-
"I am sure that a great many of
the protests ngalnst a slight nd-
vanco in tho general rato basis
1 1 lf'h
of the country aro mado without glv-
the subject proper consideration. Tor
Instance the freight on a pair of
shoes from Hostou to Chicago Is
homethlng loss than tho rate of post-
ago on a letter two ctuit . If the
rate on shoes should be raised 10
per cent tho Increase tn freight on
a pair of shoes would be less than
than two-tenths of one cent.
"Which course shall wo adopt?
Shall we leave tho freight on shoes
whoro It Is today and have no cus-
tomers for samo or shall we Increase
the price two-tonths of a cent per
pair nnd have everybody able to buy
what shoos thoy want and need? Is
It more Important that men should
be set lo work by nn advance of
some particular rato from 17 to la
cents ye- hundred ponds or shall
tho rate bo kept whoro It Is and con-
ditions remain ns they aro today?
"I bellovo the railway employes o'
his country n vast army of a mil-
lion and a half of men can sittle
this question with tradesmen anil
with tho ratenii'i ng bodies of ibe
states nnd of the national govern-
ment. You have shown In tho past
that whatever you demanded with
united front hns been granted. If you
will realize now that this matter af-
fects jour futuro much more definite-
ly than It does the futuro of tho rail-
way companies I bellovo you will
take hold of It In the same vigorous
way that you havo handled other
matters In tho past. You havo only
to reallzo that It Is your business
and not tho business of tho board of
directors In orde." to secure a satis-
Mm. R. I.. iKiwm of Wayne. W. Va
writes: "I was a sufferer from kid-
ney disease so that at times I rontd
not get out of bed and when I did
I could not stand straight. I took I'o
ley's K'dney Heniedy. Olio dollar
liottlo and part of tho second cured
mo entirely." Foley's Kidney item
edy works wonders whoro others are
n total failure. Sold by all dniKiiats
Ardmore Thursday June 11 1908
School and Hour Mill
Ardmore is the
Good Luck Flour
It's better for broad.
It'a better for biscuit.
H's bettor for pastry.
It costs no more than other
brand and givtis bottor satis-
faction Try one sack. Soo that your
R-rocer does not substitute some
lo acres frood land near Orr.
Price $01)0. Half ensh bill
a nee payable $100 a year with
H per eent interest.
See abstract of titlo at Bunk-
ers National Hank.
W. J. Farver
Brown & Bridgman
Funeral Directors and
Largest line of Funeral Goods
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 11, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 11, 1908, newspaper, June 11, 1908; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc80768/m1/2/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.