The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 11, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 11, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Thursday June 11. 1308
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
81 lilE mwm PUBLISHING COMPAM.
JUNEY BOG03. Pretldant.
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Vtilttuiirtoii.c. I.. Iiyrne. H. T. IHwIscm-. It.
W On k. J. P. KntU-y
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l PICKUPS HERE AND THERE. It
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M. Collin In hlii private e.'. the
Win nnslfi Im here water bound. Mr
Colli (i unit cotiiitelled to roll." III
home seekers v.n Hit) Frlaco 301 tn.
il nt tho I'ostoffleo at Anliuoro
Official Paper for Carter County
If it is in the Anlmoreite
it is lepi:.
LRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
The D..llv Ardmorelt
Year 6 0U
The Waekly Ardmorelte.
r Y-w. y Mm' 1 00
H.l I III 1 1. H I0
1 reo Months 16
U. 15. Mndsay T.hoRu off' l wore
ruined by the HocmIh n d who ' appeal
for help was published In tun Ard-
morelte hu been given a sum of
money hy Maud Urtiy. T.V .il'.bt
woman hi ought the monoy u.lay to
Ui Ardtnoroltu olllco. Mr. .Iiiilany lit
hr oh' man his wife Is old mul la amo
In very txitl health. Vha they poa-
hhi'iI win rultitMl In the Ihodi an. I
there I no doubt hut Dint lh.-y will
aiilTur utileas someone oomoi to their
ulil. '1'hw woman who umtrlhii cd to
the relief of thin nK'it and deHitutij
ctHiple haa dime ii hxh1 work Hint Is
worthy of emulation.
Iiu'tnoHH Manager'.! Oltlco
City editor's Olllco
Ardmore Thursday June 11 1908
U ii piotcctlve tiirlfT rlKht In prim
cipir ' 1 It JiihI ami etpiul In practice?
If m. i Im It honest?
So far a wo are concerned thoy
t .in hrlim on those dlrectolro hovuh
win net it thiy want to.
ECHOES FROM SICK RO )M.
City I'hyttlclrtii J. U Cox Is reported
III at IiIm home In northcaat Aidinore
County Superintendent of I'Miicn-
lion Mra. V. A. Nlbluck Is ainlinwl
to her room on inc. t.nt i ! lliiea.
Slid Alinoiiil who haa boe.l
III la able to ho out iikuIii.
Mrs. Mary Ii. Norrla whiuhaa b nn
unite III at her homo on Sii'l'.S Mill
street la rcHirted better.
i O 1
Thi n- la nearly na much Honor con-
Mimed In Atlanta under atate-wido
1 1 ' ln lit Utii aa then la In Memphis un-
ci r the license ays'em.
IVraker any that Tuft ha a woak-
ius It uat hu a weak noun of tho
lit .id Surely a great koIhb concern.
Iiki' Taft haa no Itodlly wunkinwH!
The wheat nop thla year U nix
poinis ahoo the ten-year nvurat'e. l)f
toiirM' tho rupiihllcniis havo clone Ii
Hut they dtiln't prodnco thu panic or
llin; did thuv?
Thu preahlont la aald to ho "per-
fecih fainlllHi- with al different Ian
jrn.meh " Still Congrtma di)Uhtlea
thmkK he can aay tho KroatoHi hut-
fit leiicy In olio In llta muaaHKea.
Yoiiiik Alton II. l'aiker haa Just
t-t en admitted to the practice of law.
When ooiiio olio nay a to him work
hard my hoy and wiiuo day you
in i he prealdeut he la apt to lutvu
Mr. William Joining Ilryan waa
uienieutnlly locked In the white houae
tiuilnn the latf novornora' coiiveinltui.
Till- time noxt year Mr. Ilryan ma
lie nrr in; a latch key to I hat ;
e i.iiillHhmcnt hlmaolf.
The woateru attorney who has in en
hiiialned by the court In his align-
ment ttmt atock ynrda are "a lmiel
for hoKa and other llvo atock' pt
ciuallflCHtl na to (It til in for
the ponKton of ciiatoma appr.in.ei
Itoesevelt haa tinted nitiny ilnut;-
luit lie haa never urged eccininii
1'tnivagMnc la Hooiteveltlnin. Mi
Ttwney aaya that the deficit ilii a r
ui:i he tii uillllona unit nt year
u:i. he 150 nilllloua. It U certain that
Koohetlt will leave ua a bankrupt '
n titer actetitlat haa come forward '
nrii i ho announcement that the nun j
i -i cduall) cooIIhk off and that pott-
i uty will ft cose to death; but It l j
ei ) difficult to be very much Im- j
loext d with Huch proinoatlcntlciiiH
uheii the au miner and the lco man
.lie uuh approschlug.
cvw - I
The conl trtiat publicly Informs nt 1
ih.it the wage acule w'M re ti.'ut th
h.ime aa now mull April I'.'u'.i and
a though tho coat of mining haa great
l Increaaed the price of coal will
he the same.. There aeeniK to he i
Miiiiethlug out of gear ) thla Infor-
ii .it Kiii for If the labor acale la the ;
i- mil tho coat of mining can hardly
he nrei4ly lHcremtetl. Then there In
i he automatic Increase In the price
of coal of ten cent it ton a month '
until September which hnrdly agrees
with the atntoment that the price will t
not he addod to. Wo wlah tho God
t. .iiiiib llro. llaer would explain these
paradoxes. Hut ono thing la certain
the rt-publlcnii consreaa haa been
s-t .tinlliif; pat ou the tariff to the
t'Udcnt advniitah'o of the coal and
Attention Knights Templar.
There will he a call ineetliiK of the
Ki iiio Ttinpiar CoinmanJery at
Mioi 't Tilhi'lc nt S " 1 j ' H tlna
ticrnDt' ork with thr o c.tndid itr i
in tho Kcd Cross degrep. '
A. II. PAhMRR E. C.
GEO. II. BRUCE Recorder.
low! Legislator Dies.
IrurlltiKton Iowa June II. William
A. Mornau nt one time editor of tho
IlurlliiKton daxetto and a member of
the Iowa leglalature died last even
lug at lila home nt Lake l'orcnt. 111
Just a little Cascaswoct In nil that
la neceaaary to give your baby whon
it Is cross and peevish Cascasweet
contains no opiates nor harmful drug
and Is hThly tecommended by moth
. rs etc r win re Sold by Y. II
V. UmlC a. M . I
Messenger H 121 11
Three choice line Polanc
Chin.T nuile pit?s for sale
sired by Messenger 13
nephew ol Meddler t h
world's 7 champion dams liy
Keep Ons and Perfertion fa
milics Mo. and Ohio winners
West End Wagon Yard
I. T. Hn.us
GOOD REASONS GIVEN WHY
art aiaHaaaMrafiililTtlrTHrlnr-1- -' '
Nu milt'i'il it Lmi'I that
liintl of .simp.
Lonox .Soap Is a prize in
It is sold at n fair price.
It is cut full woijL'ht.
Ami in order to gi-l you
to biiy it it is not neces-
sary for the liianu facta rers
ti offer brass jewelry dolls
or " true k " of n similar
In this world nobody
ever jrets Miiaethiiif; for
Simp iiiHitufacturers who
k'ive pri iniiiins iuc'udo the
cost of the. premiums or
reduce the weight or qual-
ity of the soap.
In any event YOU pay
for the premiums.
Don't make- any
(Coiit'nunl from p.w 1 )
ty which la In the majority and t.iat
party la not to be permitttd to ti
pri-HH Ita will? In the ahum t
nomination a half doz. n p- --
may he camlhlatea.
The least dealrnblu of nil in
acramhlo of thin kind may be nm.
tinted ami It hi practically cirtiln
that If three democrats were to run
ami one republican that 'he r p i a-
cap '.otild nil wtu for t. " te.u'lt
can nominee and tho ilcuuicia J
would ncatter their vote a aiming the
(IctiioorHtlo candidates thereroro r.
.lilting In the election of reu'dici
from every ward In the city V ma j
lnictluK cannot prevent otlur par
ti) i from those nominated bicotmlii;
candhhttea. If any of the rei ulicau
algti thu putltlou with a v.iw to dc
atroylnK deinocratlu control of tin
IKillclea of the city then they otu;ht
Ui be diaapiiolnted. If thiy sign It
with tin; Idea of Joining liko all oth
r good citizen In Improving the
form of government without btrvttiy
any purllanii puroe wliatevir then
It scouts to mo that they could luvc
no ohJectltMi to the nomination of the
frue-holdora by thu political parties
In thla way every citizen of Ardmori
haa an opsrtunlty to vote for hi
chnlcu of parties to write the uiw
charter. It la turn that they .ire noi
to write a chaitfr lor the biiiitlt of
either party in the city ami it u al
true that the constitutional conven-
tion waa not to write the chart u
the state for the bem llt or r
party but fur all of the ci.i:u ol
the state. There la no gna'ir n :on
In my Judgment why non partem
free-holder hould be ai lei led t
write the charter or lon.st.tutuiu ol
the city of Ardmore than tin re w m d
htno been why lmti partib.m iIhIc
gales ahotild havo been b li it .1 ti
wilie ttie constitution of the stat 1
nearly every Inatance the cry of noi
parti aushlp l the cry of tie mluo. i
party seeking to owrcom. in .(
indlrtct way the fact that it Is I
"I hfiic alwaya belicM-d tint 1 u e
cratlc principles are best and i it
to preiail anil that no cit; c i
can be made harmrul to ttie o -liecausf
written by democr.i h i -o i
a demociatlit atnudpolut. I n-i i ..-
er yet listened to nor Joliu 1 i .nu
non -pHrtlsan proposition invo .-
the rights of the public h-eaii-L I
have always regarded sacti t 1
tlons as a covert attack u . n.
"The unit of party success s t ! 1
prtclnet and wutH orgaul.atioiis I'm
breaking up of party ties in i'e i. ti
nlcipal election will ttud to loos u 1
them In the county elec in. a:i I '.
the state ele lon nud woild tun 1 j
ply the chances of the r. puh. . a i
winning In both the city mid the .m
ty. and If alien n policy wcr.- purie :
throughout tho atate wliei.ui tie i
democrats have the mnjorltj u-
Milt would he that the p n: i
Mould control throughout Hi.- t it.
"A man to be elect d 1 .
nominated by tho party ha-
uiiiHter twl"e. Once wlun i- . I
and once usm the tln.il elect urn Ii i
nlTiii.lt lo se. how it would h . i
'.'i a bad man to pas- hotu a nnn
'it u and an eleitlou than it r.ou.d m
pass (iu election only.
" i.' not suggest til Pie.. .Iiu
t.. . by the Uiniocratie mm but I
regard it as entirely proper m the '
Intercut of democracy and tlic.o 1
tine in the Interest of the people ol
the tftate. 1 believe that the greatest '
good tor the city can be worked out
tlii-oiiuli the democratic party and J
UKouuh the promulgation of Its prin-
ciples If did not thing so 1 would I
not hi. a democrat. Itelng a democrat
.t.d i.ei.kiug so 1 cannot incl stu'i ! I
lloM am ilelllornil ithn iit Inv .1 to i I
p.n i an after gUIng th matte:
d.ie c iiMderatlon take what ii n i 1
a non pa tisan view ot the matter aa
Hung sted by the Interview In the
' Such a course would destroy the
party tirganUution In the state and
If carrlet) out lu the county would
destroy the organisation In the .oun
t. and if ca-rled out In tV state
would land the suite organisation In
the hands of the republican party.
"Although the national and state
governments are business proposi-
tions on a broader acalo than tho city
government they had as well be rv
an vi d from the Hold of partisan con-
tr. iv ns the affairs of tho city."
Starting Saturday morning June 13th we offer for sale our entire
stock of Clothing consisting of the famous Hirsch-Wickwire &
Co. Michael Stern & Co. and Ederheimer Stein & Co. at BETTER
THAN 25 PER CENT OFF.
o n Odd Pants
20 dozen Tics ot
50c silk we offer
Ji Ji Ji Ji J i fji iji iJ-J ii J ii ij Ji i J i Ji Zfi iji ttji iji iji
$27.50 Suits at
25.00 Suits at
22.50 Suits at
20.00 Suits ai
18.00 Suits at
15.00 Suits at
13.50 Suits at
12.50 Suits at
1 1. 00
fit fit fit fit fit fit fit fit fit fl? fit fit f I? fit fit fit fH fit fH fit fit fit
25 doz. garments
We also have a lot of Black Sack Suits
well made and nicely lined original price -
$10.00 AT $4.25
Our stock is composed strictly of this season's goods not a garment of last
season's make so you run no risk of not wearing a suit in fashion style and
Look at our line before buyincr elsewhere and you will be convinced we have
S the suit for vou at a less price.
For sale by all grocers
TYLER S SIMPSON CO.
$2.00 Fancy Wash Vests $1.48
1.50 4 1.19
All $2.50 Shirts
All $1.50 Shirts
All $1.00 Shirts
All $3.00 Felt Huts - $2.25
All $2.50 Felt Hats - 2 00
All $1.50 Felt Hats - 1.19
All Stra'v Hats up to .$3.00 -your choice at $1.50
50 dozen black Sox regular 1 5c seller at 9c
Come early ami jet your choice of everything-
No Need of Suffering From Rheuma-
tism It Is a mistake to allow rhoumnt'mn
to become chronic as the pain can al-
.t be relieved and In most cases
a cure effected by applying Chamber-
'.am's Tain Iltiltn. Tho relief from
p in wh eh It affords Is alone worth
'ir my t -its lt cit It niaks seep
.n il rc 1 pn?8'bl I'ven lu cnsiM i'
lotti: standing this llnlnunt shou.d be
used 011 account of tho relief which it
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed t'ids will be ncuvcd nt
the oilice f im Fold. Waurlha.
OM.i. until 10 o'clock a m on the
22nd day of June luu for the erec-
tion and completion of a two-story
brick and stone nlno-room and base-
ment school house to be built In
tho town of Watirlltn Okla.
Knelt bid shall be accompanied with
A certified check ot liree per Cent
of the amount of bid same to be
made payable to the treasurer of
the school board nnd to be fnreflted
aa liquidated damage should tho
successful bidder fall to make good
and satisfactory bondwithln ten days
after belnft notified of same l'l.ms
can be seen nt tho olllco of I.on
Ford Wnurlkn Okla and nt the
olllce of J. II. White architect
Noblo building Ardmore Okla.
President of School Hoard
10-7 Wnurlka. Okla.
adly Sprained Ankle Cured.
1hrii. v.ifird 11 n rti.f .imfi.hfor ' I
sje allied lier ankle and had been suf- '
ferliiu terribly for two days and
nlRhts had not slept a minute. Mr.
Slalll-.ips of IMtler. Tenn.. told us '
of Chamberlain's l'alm H.iltn. Wo
went to the store that night and pot
a bottle of It and bathud her auklu '
two or three times nnd sJve went to
nle. p and h ul a good night's rest
l'be tu m .nunn she was iruch bet
ter and tn a short tlmo could walk
aroucd and had no more trouble with
her ankle-- K M. Ilnimltt Hampton'
Timn 25 nnd 50 cents sizes for nale 1
Money to Loan
Farms for sale City property for
sale. We have now some special
bargains in real estate. Several
vacant homes for rent. We have
a few bargains in close in prop-
erty if taken up now. Street car
is a sure go and restriction remo-
val will cause a boom in Ardmore
dirt. Buy now and be ready for
Riggins Suggs Adams Co.
nifords 21 and 50 oont slzff for sale
by F. J Hamsey and Hoffman DniB by F. J. Hainsoy and Hoffman Drug I
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