The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 32, Ed. 1, Sunday, July 5, 1908 Page: 1 of 8
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'otCa THE OLDEST DAILY NEWSPAPER' IN EASTERN DISTRICT MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL THE LOCAL NEWS FIRST.
WANTKD Family wash-
ing 6c per pound flat
TELEPHONE NO. 10
Try tho Vow Process
JOHN N. IMRIE
A RDM ORE OKLAHOMA SUNDAY MOKNINU !l'LY I DOS
Treadwell & Co.
Sells the Best Clothing for the
150 Sprin and Summer Suits on Table No 2
at One-Half Price
300 Stein Blocli and Kirschbaum New Spring
and Summer Suits 25 Per Cent Discount
250 pairs Men's Oxfords at 1-. Off
350 1 1 awe's S3 Kelt Hats for $2 25
One lot $ 1.50 Shirts at si. on
si.25 Men's Negligee Shirts 'Sc
Let Us Fit You From Head to
Treadwell & Co.
MILLIONS INVOLVED IN DIG CON
CERN OWNING MILI.J.
TOTAL ASSETS $21035359
I Union Box Board and Paper Company
Mas Liauiimes Amounting 10
Over Thirty Four Million Dol-
lars Re-organ iiat Ion.
NELSON IS WINNER.
S.ui FruiiclHW). Oil . July 4
ltuttllng" Nelson by Knocking
out Joe (inns 'n the -vu
tectith round till afternoon
aKHtii came Into Hiseslon of
the eoiettil llftht weight cham-
Nelson lout the champion-
ship to the negro Ijtnor Day
I'.iiir at OoItHlolit. when (Ian
was glien the decision In the
torty-swond round otj a foul.
Thousands of dollars chang-
ed hundi on the result of to-
day's IlKht. (Jutis being a two
to oiio favorite over the white
I We had
e had to close July 4 but be on hand Saturdu
July M at 2 3i p. m.
Bad Negro Gets Away
lloldenvllle Okln. July I. A Frisco 1
freight crow last night reported to j
police headquarters :!.' a negio h id
taken charge of a box car and pro-1
teetod lilmticlf against tho brukemnn I
with a rlllo. Policeman Kaase went
to tho scene and aftor a flash ot steel .
on both sides the negro gave himself I
up. Ho was taken to Jail but while j
tho policeman was unlocking a coll
ho made a ilash for liberty. Ho was
II red 011 and fell as though dead but
regained his feet ana succeeded In
escaping. When found In the car ho
had two new rides and several rounds
in" cartridges hater In the night It
was found that the hardware storo of
Taj lor fc Arnold had been entered
and guns stolon.
Editor Indicted for Libel.
HI Paso Texas July I. J. F. Mlt-
chain publisher of the ll Paso levell-
ing News who In under Indictment for
the murder of Monroe McClurg Har-rt-ll
of Oklahoma City here May 20
was today Indicted six times for libel
as tho result of an investigation of
certain article published In that pa-
per the Investigation being asked by
Maor Joseph V. Sweeney and Alder-
men Sam Hlumcnthal James I. Hew-
itt and W. F. lUi'onson. M V. Stan-
ton one of Mltchnm's attornevs was
also Indicted for libel.
I-IOV AKOUTYOUR HOUSE?
The selfish man always thinks onlv of himself the tinselflsh man has
a disposition not only to remember himself but also the horse which
draws himself and family. In which class aio ion"
We make a specialty of caring for our Horse's feet We apply our-
selves every day to the study of the best method of doing horse
shoeing. We believe our work is lni- portant If you could feel as your
horse does yon would know our worlds important. It rusts no more to
have the best work dono whero every shoe Is made to fit tho foot it
Is put on. llrlng your horse to our shop
AI. RICK. West Broadway
T.u.hm N J July I V ce Chun-
r l. r Howell today appointed Thomas
I- II i 'iiuixl of Now.ir.t. N. J. and
S. l(i v Mucin II of ChliUK ' rocelvois
' i1 1 I lilted Ilox llonii and Paper
i .in a concern wiVi has a
i.i 11 of iiii.N loca'.e.l at different
j' tin- United States.
Tlii 1. plication for tne rectiw. .
1. 1 . 'lie I-ckiort Felt r.nii
' New York and wan me up.
1 'In I'lilted Box iAi.ml 111-
1 rii incut llablllths of ii..
1 111 .ir given Ht $!'!'. 00 1 .11 1
r- n -m 's at IS2S.000
Tr comjiatu's total Imiii 1-1 in P '.
1 1 '- given t J3.SSd.llin 1 .
1 on lie s bonds O'li.l i 1..'
I' OUt ..f I he prOlltS of tile Ciii.iil
t 1 lue' i" in met by making me
j 11 ' 'In working capital of the
1 P 11 Tlii mi depleted the wink-
1 il that the application lor
11 r iiim-iv was made. The present
on in--- dt presHlon Is given a one
of tii. . uit'iial reasons lor the com-
1. nits financial embarrassment.
Thi general assets of the company.
(ni'mliiig iti. hlxteon mills amount to
t mr.: ri The general liabilities
mioui.t to $'! ISIUI".. Those llahill-
'iiiiude tho capital stock which
augi-gate- $;s.!i274fi0. Tho schedule
of n-scts gives ti i.noo.tion. as thi
value of the several plants some of
which are located In IVorlii 111. I)ck
port and Wnbash lnd.. and In Ohio
NVw York. Julv -l The directors
of the United Ilox Hoard and Paper
Company nre preparing a plan of re
organization of the companv propos
lug a closer construction of plants
payment or noating dents and a re
duction In capital stock.
The corporation was formed in New
Jersev ...iv lis. 1002. and acquired a
majority of the stock of the American
Straw-hoard Companv. anil all the
stock of the Knickerbocker Pulp and
Phm r Ooiniinnv and the I'nca Paper
rompRiiv of Norwich. Conn. In addi-
tion if acquired other plants Includ
lug the Traders' Paper Cunnmiv
Lockport. N. Y. controlling nr opeiat
log some fortv-one plants inanufac
Hiring stmwhOHi'd and bnxbonrd
A dividend of 1 :t I tier cent was
paid on the preferred socl Dec 17
l'loif iind since then 11" d vidend-
1 1 a 1 e neon paid.
Marriage Licenses Issued.
Notwithstanding tho fact that nU
of the state and rountv offices wr
closiil today and all went off to t'k
a holiday ciipld got In somo o' his
lino work Just tho same and clerk ot
the countv court was called In " "ni"
a inarrlnge license to Mr. Hanson
and MI'S C.ilH.- Jones of llealdtoi
TO PR P V E NT HIS NOMINATION
ON FIRST HOLLOT.
()?SI.V TWO DAYS
Big Reduction Sale
As wo will bo Closed all tiny Saturday on
.ui.iuntof tho ' (iliiriini jth. wo will run our
INSTRUCTIONS THEN BE OFF FRIDAY and MONDAY
Antl-Bryanltes Say That Unless Ne-
braskan is Named on First Dollot
All Instructions for Him
Would Be Off.
Hmi t f.ul ti) supply ynur nootls those two
ilix. while yn ran et New Fresh nnd
Clr-an Morohamlise at 1-4 to 1-2 Off.
U Net U aw.. I'riilav 11111I MmnUy
12 I Je. I'll- ami Ui- I'.mlir.iulert for
Pie Tori linn l.aeeH. just
Mle Silk l 'reu lie I 'liine
GERMAN EDITOR SAID TO BE BRY
WOULD STRENGTHEN TICKET
Friends of Bryan Although Denying
That He Desirdb to Dictate to
Convention Say He Would Be
Pleased With Rldder.
Denver. Colo. July I.- Plans are i.e
lug mil. I.- wlihh are Intended to chop
off th Hi v.m vole In the convention
to such an extent as to prevent bis
nomination on the first ballot it pm
nliile through the application ii.i
is known as the unit rule in ...---
With U10 first ballot out m 1 .
iy the opponents of Ilryan u- m
' .it all instructions will then 1. . ..f
.it 1 the convention can prop I t tin
w of nominating a t.cket .1
-- ium obligations tu the N- - 1
k.i uler and In the true spun
.lil.-l how this plan l to be work- I
out nnd nit into operation and ju
wll.l. Its effect Will be Oil the nllUia
roll call are qiiotions to which no
ij (flhlto answers can be gt.n 1
those silvocutlnit the plan.
Ilryau'i ailherents contend that the
instructions given the delegan h to
vote ror Ilryan mean continual votui'i
for -it in unlit a nomination Is made
Th llrjan people ren.u d tim cu
coptlon of the plan to he nuli.-r an
v deuce of forlorn hope or effort than
as an opniliK movement ami rr.iugh1
with danger to their success in tl.
. i-.i on
I-I I T I'verMliiiiir 111 tb Iioiihk trtule now ilo not ili'iay these
r 1 In ii.i'n will not h.. uiion after MONDAY.
Hi herii M inula at I. Ill as Our Htoro Closi h Hatnrilay
Denver. Colo. July I. Herman
Itldder pruprloior of tho New York
Slants .oltuinc for vice prosldunt.
I'lHin good authority this Is said to
lie Ilrysii's preference at the present
time. With tho nrrivnl In Denver
early today of several prominent dem-
ocrats close In the conlldenre of tho
NebniskHii eanie the report that Ilry-
; ) fbnti iV'ddud that Itldder mJui
istronglv atailablo lor the nomina-
tion not thnt he expects to dictate
to the convention the man who shall
be named but to let It he known to
his supporters the name of the man
whom ho believes would strengthen
STORM SWEEPS NEW MEXICO
In splto of tho money flurry and rains nnd waBhouts we have
managed to ltcop a full stock of the very best things to eat and are
still mjoylng prosperity. And right hero wo want to sincerely thank
the pooplo who have given us their trade and ask them kindly to con-
tinue to do so. Wo aro also always In tho market for now customers.
Wo give you oxactly what you order and deliver It Johnny on tho
spot and ask those who have not heretofore traded with us to give us
a few trial orders.
Wo handle the highest grade groceries that can be bought on the
American market. Wo also give what you do not order but what
you want that Is Prompt Polite Kind ond Courteous uttentlon. Wo
nh.o guarantee) every thing excopt hen eggs
Our grocery store Is kept thf cleanest of any store In Ardmoro
and Is fully guaranteed under tho Puro Food haw of June 30 1900
Serial numbor 3799.
Wo aro here for business we want your grocery orders wo de-
vote our entire tlmo to the grocory business no frills no red tape but
Just tho best groceries and the promptest dollvcry nnd tho most
courteous attention. Would you like to trade with a hottso like this?
Just phono 280 and wo will do tho rest. We own our own store no
rents to pay.
This More Is headquarters for spring; clilektns (resli eggs and
Jacob Hold's nieui products.
W. .7. BLI2DSOH MANAGER.
MANY DEAD AND INJURED
RESULT OF TORNADO IN
Santa Fe. N. M Juh I s a re-
suit of 11 tornado which swept (Juad-
aloupe county night before last live
persons are dead fortv inmred and
bundteils of others homeless.
News of the disaster retched hor
esterday afternoon in a t N gram re-
ceiie b Acting (JiA.nior Nathan
(lovemor (leorge Cui 1 . n nl W. II.
Andrews delegate to congress arc In
the devastated region and are taking
such measures for the n'.of of tho
Inhabitants as the sltua"on demands
Petition In Bankruptcy
A petition In Involuntary bank-
ruptcy has been filed bv I.edbottor
Moore attorneys for the creditors
Waples-Plattor (Irocory company of
Fort Worth nnd the Drnlson Gro-
cory company of Denis n Texas
against the firm of Owen Willis
Wheeler Mercantile company of King-
ston and Woodford The assets aro
estimated to bo about T0.000 and !!
abilities about $'0.0u0
Is not a matter of procla-
mation by a dealer or
3 maker it is determined
by the taste and judge-
ment of cultivated women
Tho modus we show are re
strleteil to such as have tho
favor of tho most discerning
women In the best circles of tho
(outers of the world's fashion.
We expect to retain your pat-
roiiago unceasingly from the
ilny of your first purchase hero.
To do this we must give
you more positive shoe
values than yiu are ac customed
to r e c e i v i n '
whatever may be your
chosen outlay. Wo do it.
J. W. KRUEGEK
.'II W M .in
"Bryan on First Ballot."
Denvei Colo.. July 4 'Iliyan on
the tlrst bnllot." This was the an-
nouncement iiindB hero todai bv
Charles W. Ilryan br ther or the
leading candidate for the presidential
nomination simultaneously with the
formal opening of Ilryau headquarters
in the Ilrown Palace Hotel.
He soon mtido It known that h s
original estimate of M)7 rotes on tin
llvit ballot fkir his brother would
'I hey Score Gulfey.
Lincoln. Nob.. July 4. W. J. Ilry-
an celebrated Independence D.iv by
delivering a front porch speech to
an enthusiastic dolegatlnn today.
Tom Johnson of Cleveland respond
ed with a speech.
.National CiimmltteemHti (iuffev nf
Pennsylvania etiini'ln for a scoring at
the hands of Ilryan Johnson and James
Kerr Their speeches bristled with In
dlunatlon. (lutfey was charged with
hetratlng tho will of tho people
Will Fire National Salute.
Washington I) C July I I'rc-i.
dent Koiiboiclt has given permission
for 11 national salute of fortt -.l guns
to be flreil from the Washington
Monument grounds In Washington on
ttie eniiig of the nomination .1
I over of the candidate who will
lead thi lb -nocratlc parti In the com-
Wc will continue all
this week to orivc one-
half off on Mid-Summer
With Ditzler Dry Goods Co.
REVOLUTION IN HONDURAS
STATE DEPARTMENT ADVISED
OF A PROPOSED UPRISING
IN CENTRAL AMERICA.
ST. LOUIS BROKER WANTS CASH
ON $00000 WORTH.
HAVE A HISTORICAL ASS'N
These Chickasaw School Warrants
Are the Ones Which Caused Inves.
tlgatlon and Scandal Some Time
Since Congress Says Pay.
1ir n . ..mi ioapI t n A vnii'l I
bo glad you gave It to us.
Washington. D. C. July l Infor-
mation has just reached the state d-1
partmeiii of u proposed revolutionary 1
on. t iiiini against the government of
Honduras under the leadership ot
fm tie r President lfonlle.
Tie uoiernment of Salvador and ' Munkosto. Okla. July l.-Floyd K.
(5ua.en.ula have been given directions Shock a broker of St. Uuls. appeared
10 pre wnt a movement or mat cnara-
r tak.tig form in those countries.
I The Shock warrants were the ones
that caused the investigation to bo
j started which weeded out wurrants
that had been recirculated and start-
ed an olllclal scandal In tho Chlckn-
j saw nation
A recent net of congress provide-)
that the Shock warrants shall ho paid.
I An amusing feature about It Is that
j when Mr. Shock took his wurronts to
tho secretary of the Interior for pay-
ment he refused to let tho secretary
or anione In his nlllce touch them.
Tney were allowed to look at them
but not to put their hands 011 them.
The govorntnont had gained posses
sion of tho warrants and held them
so long that the owner would not
risk thorn gottlng away from him
again. He refused to let tho Indian
agent handle thorn today. They were
Excelsior Steam Laundrv
Fair Weather Today.
i ago i Jui I - Tho weath-
er 1 ocuki ' r Kansa i nnd Okla-
hor !i ia fair -iiitid.i with practl
ly j clwge in the tomperatuic.
before tho Indian agunt hero today
with $50000 worth of old Chickasaw
school warrants and domauded thar
they be paid. These aro somo of tho
warrants held by Shock two years
ago when It was discovered that l'l'gi
a nuutj of t htckaaw warrants had
b''t u pa i ani the wa r.i rs rt i ie.l
Quiet Fourth at Marietta.
Marietta O.tla. July I. Tho Fourth
passed oft qulotl hero. Other than a
children's picnic near town then wis
nothing In the wuy of a celebration
GOOD HOMES Very reasonable
and on favorable terms
CHS. K. FIIALKY
2tf Phono 39.
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