The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 60, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 6, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
AMERICAN BOAT WON
THHILLING LXPCMIENCC Al'GOVEMNOM ASKS LEGISLATURE
WATER MOTOR RACES ON J TO ACT ON PENDING
LONG ISLAND SOUND. . INVESTIGATION.
.Ww YmK Aug. r. -Th- Inlled
Piute Hoti In. nnniliiT intiMiiailrnml
ronton! tndH whi-n ih" motor IhkiI
IMxI. II ikroMiil tho llrltlah elml-
)t liMT WolM-loy Hlildolo) in a .
mllf rmi- or the lUrmiuiirlh cup
in l.una Inland wiiiihI. Tliln cup wm
a lit u red Ilk I'lijsllnh wutora ii your
hkii lit the Amerlwui bout IHxli
rillTf Was H OXCtUlIK llH'llll'llt
tir thi Mulsh which mixta tmvi'l
i'o.i thu IM.lii II th rtirt. 'I'Iih on-
.lnr. r foil wmHoaa as h ri-wili (if
iiilmlhiK KHWillmt rum en ami Hid
)i lummnn wnn n I niont ororoomo. II
l luckily murk to Ida tank nml
I'Kiuuht his burn homo a iniifr. Tho
IMvio II ImU Hi ram rival by If .'
oimIm ((iviTltn I hp .lOmllo roiiine nt
.in .imrrttto upci'il of 27.7.'i k I in In. or
'1 ! MlHllllll inllos hii liiHir.
Tin- I Mali- 11 wan otlloroil liy tilt)
Motor IkMt dull of A morion nml Ih
i.mihmI by H. J. 8chn'dor. Th Wol-m-Iov
Hltldole.v In owiifil bv ihi linke
nl I'HtlillliHtiT nml roprciwiUi'il tile
Motor Vnclit chili of KiikWiihI. The
:':irloin rrnfl In of '.'OH lnrnomwi-r
"Hii it hIhkIo Heron whereim Hid ICio
tlit-li iMwt la of 100 horaoitovvor ami
lias twin wrovv. Thu courao cot
-Mod o( Ihri'i- Htri'lrliD of ten iiiIId
Tho. IMlinJor II. Hid otliDi- HiIIImIi
imiitilor litohn It coimitctlua: rod
Jlflor It llHll CIIKTimI Illlllllt sK llllll'
mill when It whs nccdiiiI III Hid nice.
The other Iho A morion In hi In In the
i.ioo the I'. H. A. ami the lien. Mu
lshed the oimiiho ami iikiiIo fairly fimt
time. The I'. S. A. w.in defeated by
Hie DKIe by ten minute mid four-
teen Hernials mul the Den by llfteen
mlmites and llfty ml.
Il wna when the Dixie II was four
allien from the llnlnli on the last
round of the course that Albert ltit-
plilnu the eiiKlueiir. liecnuie iincrm-
mIuiib. Captain Hartley I'leice. Ilke-
win tuilTorliii from guaolliie lumen
directed Hid IiuiU with one linml.
while he nluiipoil Hie iiiicoumcIour en-
Klncer hii.I threw water on him In n
fruition effort to lirlliK hliu to.
ltappuhn revived only after doctor
had been liroiiRhl on board after
To Honor "Unole Remus."
Atlanta Cm.. Auk. .V- Admlrurs of
Hie late Joel t'lmiwller Harris all
oer thu country are coulrlbutliiK to
a fund for the erection of a memo
ilal homo for poor children near
Tlio lustltutloih will piolMibly lie
hnown us llio "I'ticle Itemus" .Memo-
tlnl home and will have for its ob-
ject the education ami tralnliiK of
children of this ami olher states.
DIs.iQrecible nt Hotnr.
Lots of men and women who are
iiKweable w Ith others et "omnky" at
home It not dlsiosltlon. Its the
liwr. If on llnd In Muirsolf that
xoti feel cross around the house. Ill-
tie iIiiiiks worry you. just buy a Iwit-
lb of It.iiiiiid's lli'ililii.' nml put your
' hi viM- you ami everybody
"C il d "ii w Ml ee better for It.
!' '. .0 i ii!h n r notlle. Sold bv
I' I lirn.v
'ii SSs 4f' c.i
4 fP ''t'"
Atlanta Oh. Auk. .V -"If the leg.
lulathe committee now piohliiK the
I'OIIVlCt l0ilHt )Ht('lll ilnea not coin-
plete Its labor In time for a thor-
ough ami exhitilitllve report lo he
made at Hits session ami acted ii-
on befuro adjournment on Auk. 12
I will call the logltihitiiro lit extia
session to dlsMwe of the whole mat-
vr" aald tiovornor Smith.
The cmnmlttoo which held two sen-
sloua still has n Inrgo iiumber of
wltiionses to hear and the comple-
tion of Its ork cannot he forecast.
The preseist lease ayslem expires on
April 1 next ami as the two brunches
of the leKlsluture are In dlspule over
the illsposll Idii to Im made or the
state's convicts the outcome will
probably depend tixiii the report or
the lit.xoHtlKutliiK committee.
Tho chief wllness at yesterday's
W'uhIihih was A. II. Combs superln-
lemleiit of the slate rami since 1:10:1
who ninde a :'tai'tuent In contradic
tion to the evidence submitted In
nltlelsm of his administration.
Ceorno Hurt made an ' additional
statement In reply to Senator llrook
who was formerly u member of tin1
committee and resinned In order lo
testify lu Ills own hclmlf. Hurt sub-
uillled diicumeiilary evidence to show
t li tit Dr. Ilrock while In the employ
of the state prison was liiHtniiiieii.ini
lu securltiK a transfer of convicts
from one cainp to anolhur with a
profit to somebody.
Olher witnesses heard were Dr. .1.
II. S. Holmes and .1. M. Knnfrled. the
latter testifying; to the beatliiK of a
I r. yiii r old boy on the baro liack un-
til ho fainted.
Dr. V. S. HanJiy said to be one
of the larKi'St lewnces of convicts In
the si. lie. when asked how It was
that he secured convicts at a low-
price when others were IdddliiK
double the amount lie otrered and
could not Kct thorn Dr. llauJiy staled
that In his opinion the coiuiulssliiiier
was roHtluoil In i operations or
leasliiK convicts lo oi'IkIiui! bidders.
No uiHtler how- many others put In
bids he said the convicts to be dis-
posed of must be held until one of
the original lessees called for them.
Dr. HanJiy testified that four yeais
iibo. lu company with W. M. Tcomor
of Waycross. ho secured an award of
.100 convicts anil later on as many
as 7S0. which lie subleased at a prol-
It. A Fnmiful Friend.
"I have used Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Iteuiedy since
It was first Introduced to the public
lu 172. and have never found otto
Instance where a cure was not n;ieed-
lly effected by Its use. I have been
a commercial traveler for eighteen
years find never start out on a trip
without this. my faithful friend."
says II. S. N'lchols of Oakland 1ml.
Tor. When a man has useu a remedy
for thirty-five years he knows Its value
and is competent to speak of It. For
sale by 1'. .1. Itatnscy and Hoffman
When a man ha- i cached the
whiTt he ran nee no Kood In the
il Ih lime for t - lit to get off
i '.- I...
.iiiO m hi- in i-i-ininin It
i.i ilt- iiniis iniiiiAi-ft itml
lis i-'iitiiion. ktitaulutinil mid
Im nt; .i i-i i - mull llii- Iihii In urow
itl iuiilnmli lunii kiimn Miid lirnuiilul. Il at
i'" miiiihI Krkiin linllmni) mid cl-
lineu to tlw hair an I fw kccU'
iwr ill i-aimv m-w hair M ipriHil all tisrr I lie
aralp lr it urn Jit lur a hinl linir
adi-i win Ii io or llirm nnrt a wrrli will
hi- iilln-iriil in t-uiiiplrta hairrr (ruMth
A In! fiiini Si Pul wrii m ubIMr
Whrii N u.lliil ! in Jrrlnr mi htlr
.' .ul tint iniiMi . - niv l"UUr 4U-I nuw
II 1. HN) lillui Ul lllp."
Anoitirr tiom NhiI N J.
' liv i i i il iiiinit liaiuii ri-niiUrn.
Wlii i f ik i uri
i I. m. w i liv
Ul ! Ult kill I Ml)
I I" MM II I . )
On- urn i in m nt i f ul I
nr u n.i I.I Hum i iun '
NOW nt all lrucj;lt! in three
sizes 25c. 50c siul $1.00
Dnnilrrine rniiiin n nrrttpr alr than
ri - ' r iw (nr.i.n uii.1) r-!rillr ui Lind
iil.'. ami ii Us a im Ii i;ir(pr mli- than
i I iff cilliri luir iirHirotiniu. m hr
ti i . '. ii'li nnl
Ii- li.iivlwin iiuicktt Ciidtrm
Pclft wr wilt krlltl a l.if i-r ..m
I V It
' 1! l
cr I it Hun ni.iil l.i mnini. .i...
1) l II i lire cihiihmi to fir
KhOniCK OlNOfRINE CO. CHICiCO III .
. wil'i fern i.-r nml n:'-i ami uc
In :i r Miiiik i pay iksihc
CREEK FREEDMAN SHOT
MORTALLY WOUNDED BY ANOTH.
ER NEGRO AND ROBBED OF
Nowata. Okla.. Am' .i- l.uri-d Into
a corn field and assassinated for tho
sum of $1200 for which be mid sold
his land (5cori;e lilrd u trcek freed
mini lies mortally wounded anil lu
uinuy while the olllcers search ror
Alfred Kej it iicuro who shot lilrd
am! eicaped with the tiigney for which
ho coiuiullicd'tho crime.
lilrd who is 'i years ohl owned j
farm nitir Nowata. When the re-
strictions weie removed he was offer-
ed Ill'IM ror the litml. He refused to
accept a check hut ave a deed to
the properly for $11100 lu cash and
with the roll of bills in his pocket
out to paint the town. In
was ass led by Alfred Key. a
ileum companion whom he picked up
ami to whom h.- freely kiivo money
lilrd had spent fifteen dollars when
Key made up his mind lo have th
roll of Kreeubacks.
On one pretense or another he de-
coyed IHrd to a cornfield nonr town
and when Mini's back was turned tho
innn who had been his rrlcnd nml
boon companion drew a six shooter
ami brutally fired upon him.
Tho wounded man fcll-dylng In a
corn row ami his murderer kind! be-
sldo him In the darkness. loosing his
dentil grip from the roll of bills se-
cured the money ami fled.
I'or hours lilrd lay wounded until
his groan's altiacted the attention f
imssersby and he was brought to No-
wata and kImmi medical attention. Ilf
cannot live and while he lies In
the clutches of death officers arc on
the trail of his murderer.
FROM FRISCO TO NEW YORK.
Army Sergeant Walked on Wager and
Won His Awiftil Experience.
New York Aug IJ. A tall man. with
a will tanned face holding an Ameri-
can Hag attached to a polo was fol-
lowed by a crowd today as h walked
across city hall park and entered the
city hall. He had tramped all the
way from San I'rancisco. He was
Imcked by Colonel John Ward of San
KranclHco against the Coition Cate
Athletic Club on a ISfi.nno wager.
-MeiubMS of the club contended that
no man could cross the groat divide
and live. Walsh went across It to Sail
I'rancisco and then crossed It again on
his way to Now Yotk. Ho lost fifty
pounds on his trip his hair turned
gray from his hardships and ho Im-'
lo kill a man one or two who hem
him up near Kherson. Wyo. lie said
he would not inako tho trip again tor
lie had to crawl along a trail nine
Inches wide and 1 0.2.-11 f0.t XK M
one stage where he said n burro
would not go. Walsh Is a sergeant In
Hie 1'nlted States army. Ho was sta-
Honed at the I'resldlo lu San Trail-
Cisco and has a furlough. The aim.
oiuciais are watching his
He curried the American Hag all
the way and used the pole ns a
mountain slick. It saved his life nt v-
oral times in climbing and tlescnti.l-
lug sleep mountains. He walked tnoht-
l.v at night he until f.o- r..i. ..i
snakes and Itmects. Ills eyes aro In bad
condition ft out tho reflection of the
him in. the snow on thoh lull uiotin-
tains Setgeiui WaNh had povoral mem.
i i Hlililin hooks In Which no had Hut
-t-Miaiur. s of more than. 2.000 may-
.i supervisors or vIIIhbo mid town i
g.'vi i niin iii otllcials who mimes he
collected as he went alonu. Walsh
Is ."i2 years old.
Chronic Diarrhoea Relieved.
.Mr. lid ward h. Henry with the Cult
el States Kpress Co.. ChKiijtn. wrlton
"Our gnierni superintendent. Mr
Quirk handed me a bottle or Chamber-
lain's Coile. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy some time ago to check an
attack of the old chronic diarrhoea
I have used It since that time and
cured many on our trains who have
been sick. I am an old soullor wi
ervetl with Uu.lierrord It ..aes and
William .McKiiiIey four years In tho
-Mrd Ohio Itcglmont. and lu.ve no ail-
ment except chronic diarrhoea which
this remedy kiops at once." I'or sale
b I-' J. ..ainscy and Hoffman Drug
Smokes Eighty Years; Quits.
I'lii'htor. li Auk. 0. Aftor xmoli-
inc fur tdRlity inrn. A. V. Crom-
wi'll iiui'd IMi. lias di'Pldtil that iim
of tin- wood Is n bad liublt and ban
thrown away liU plpos.
Is thi only way to describe th poor
'hlld that Is affllcti'd with worms.
No matter how much op how often
It eats the worms Kot nil the nour-
ishment from tho food the child hou
practically none. White's Crenm
Vi-rtnlfugo Kits rid of tho worms
quickly easily nml th no bad after
effects l'rlco 25 cents a bottle. Sold
hy P J. Hainsey
I INDIAN AGENCY AT MUSKOGEE
HANDLED FIVE MILLION DOL.
LARS IN FISCAL YEAR.
.MuakoKec Okl.t . iir .i -Dana II.
lOWey United St ttes Indian agent at
MuskoKeo handl'd f.l.oou.OOO In mon-
ey for tho Imlluiis of the Five Civilized
Tillies ilurliiK the riscal year Just end
cil. This Is s'.'Wi.il iluies as much
money as Is haudleil at any other In-
dian agency In the United States.
During the. fiscal year $ I. Mil 000
was collected ns royalty on oil that
has been taken from the farms of
allott. and eold to the purchasing!
companies. This Is more than has been '
taken In as royally during the four j
years preceding. The records lu tin
itKcncy show tlmi duiliiK the car
j there were niarkHed 11.101000 Inn
rels of oil. This does not Include oil
that was produced but placed In stor
i age by producorn. The nvrrage price'
J of oil has been 41 cents which would
make a total of $il.S.".lIIO paid for the .
i oil thai has been produced from ul
loimenls or Indians. This does not
Include oil produced on laud which 1
has been deeded to oil producers by
allottees who could sell their land. At !
tho close of tho fiscal year there were
filO applications for lenses pending
In the Indian agency here compared 1
to fi00!i pending a year ago. 1
Tho principal money handl'd by the
Indian agent hero Is tho royalties
paid the Indians In oil men. the ic
celps from the sale of town lots
which belong to the tribal govern-
ments and the immev Hint Is paid j
out lu per capita pawnents to the In- '
tllans. A payment of nearly a half a I
million dollars Is b lug disbursed to
the Chickasaws and Choctaws now. j
Excellent Health Advice. I
Mrs. .M. .M. Davison ot No. 1170 (Jlf- 1
fortlAve. San Jose. Cal.. says: "Tho
worth of hlcctrlc lllitors as a generf.1
family remedy for headache bilious-
I nes and torpor or the liver and how-
els Is so pronounced that I am prompt-
' ed to a word lu Its tawir. for the bono
i fit or those sokliig relief front sucii
I afflictions. There In more health for
! Hie digestive organs in a bottle of
Kloctrlc iiltters than In any other
! remedy I know of Sold under guar-1
lanteo at II. l-'iame's drug store. !
! Tide. i
I'orhaps you have noticed that when
n woman says. "There's no use talk-
Iuk'' she kenps rltht on talking. Just
Here's to the Rich
Who Capture the DuHes
and Lords and Earls.
We have captured a title
purely on our merits and you
can .share the benefits with us.
It's that of a flour that has
" nun? inr
vUllll II y-- 1 I J Ii 131U
Why not gwu it
Handled by all leading
grocers and dealers.
Oldest and moat reliable ab-
stracters in Carter county. Sena
to us for abstracts nnywbcro
In Oklahoma. Wo also wtlte
cj clone and firo Insurarce.
We are bonded abstracters.
Brown & Bridgman
Finer) Directors and
Largest line of Funeral Goods
. .M. WOUSHAM i'rosldont.
C. I.. ANDKHSON VIco-l'rcs.
First State Bank
STATIC AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
Deposits in this bank guaranteed by the Depositors'
Guaranty I'und of the State of Oklahoma. We ofler
ample protection for your funds and Pay 4 Per Cent Inter-
est on Deposits. We solicit your business and guarantee
to give you the very best of banking facilities.
LARGEST STATE BANK IN SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA
L. P. ANDERSON Prttldent. 0. F. FRENSLEY Vice Preildent
C. L. A.N'DKItSON Cashier. ... KD SA NULLS' Assistant Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
The oldest bank In
with good bunking.
PAID UP CAPITAL 1150000.00
AFE METHODS. CAREFUL MANAGEMENT.
W Mllslt accounta whether large or small which will bati
our careful attention.
8AFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
C. T. HAIUIINUUR Pres.
DEPOSITS I'HOTKCTUI) I1V DKI'CSl I'S CJUAIIANTKK
I'l'.VI) OF TIIK STATU OI OKLAHOMA
This hank Hns liecn Open for
hiisiiics.s 'J9 Work. mi Dnys
At Close of
Loans anil Discount! $i22S!iiJ.u:i
Ovrrdrnfls - - - NONE
Furniture nml Fixtures - titKl.HO
(iunrnnteo Funds "60.00
Cash nml l'cliniile
Oklahoma State and
Four Per Cent Paid
We Want Your Business.
" Bow W3 KFITHVHt? LA
:l3ft!pif!l! Iiifepp6 ja??!(v
j.tnf it kcMklk.
HThe gteatest hotel in the greatest convention city and
health resort in the Southwest.
15 State Conventions will be held in Sulphur this
The pleasure of your vacation is enhanced by stop-
W. P. Poland
Poland & Foster
Successors to Hoborts it Poland
Loans anil Abstracts Fire and Tornado Insurance.
Borvico. Reliable Companies.
J. II. IIOONIi Cashier.
J. W. HICHAHDijON Secy.
Indlar Torrltory. Account! it
upon the moBt liberal term
llnsinosH July 15
Onpltnl stock - - t'Jft.OOO.OO
Umllvltled I'rollts l.OIHi.iill
lndl Iduiil Drposlls Sub
Jecl to Check
I 01 7. 1H
on Time Deposits
W. H. Poster
Cood Luck Flour
It's br-ttor for breatl
H's bettor for biscuit.
It's bettor lor pastry.
H costs no more than other
brand and RiVt.8 hotter satis
Try one sack. Soo that jour
grocer does not substltuto some
Rcqoirt Hoi Hcalhcr Rrquiw
Florescence Violet T( .
Violet A inon.ii W.
Violet Sea Salt
Use Kreso Dip for .i
feuting anything. .
wliere an. tun
JIvWj:! ' i;s
It Is NoJoke
Lumber is i-lu.tper an
labor is plentii'ul Why nt
build that now lumso iu.r
Hudson -1 1 on -.luii
Broadway and Wnslnn ' n
CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR
RtlltTM Cold I by worklif tfcam
Mr W tht trtUra thrujh a tofitru
Md balthr action of Uta feow.U.
Ralkrat Coughs b elaanWr.f Uu
wimM mambranM tl tha UltmI
tkmt aai Wrooshlal tubaa.
"Am alaaiat l U Uata
aa Maaia Injur"
Children Like It
Fa la fry W. B. rranva.
We Don't Know Your Name
And cant (end you one ot our new CATALOGS
until you tetl ui. Full Information about Our
complete ttock of
Southern Trees for Southern Planter!
rtict-e" Peart Plumi Aprles Pwai Tirci.
RoethTercreenIIrdcerlant Shade T ee.
Jut write a postal to-day. Your di- acl
addrcii on the other tide:
Cliogmaii Nursery & Orchard Co. Ltd
Inflammation of tho blad-
der urinary trouble and
k?Witt's Kidney .
nd Bladder PI1U
Trial For 2Sc
C O. IfeWITT at CO.. OWiH
far -ale ay W. a P"m-
COMPARE OUR ffRVICt
WITH OTni-l Ji
Postal Telagraph Cab J Cc
N. WaabtntP3 . 4
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