The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 60, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 6, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Thursday August 6 1908.
THE DAILY ARDMONEITE
PLUNGED DOWN PRECIPICE ' OKLAHOMA DRYS WORRIED
IS HILL PURCHASING KATi
CONDITION OF CROP
GREAT iAPANESE NAVY
New York Central Lines
LOADED AUTO TURNS THREE
SOMERSAULTS AND LIGHTS
A SPLIT IN THE RANKS OF THE
ENEMIES OF SALOONS FEAR
CHANCE OF SENTIMENT.
DELIEVED TIUT GREAT NORTH-
ERN DESIRES OIRECT ROUTE
TO THE SOUTH.
COTTON PLANT IS LARGE AND I STARTLING STATEMENTS SHOW
' nut I lu-oiu TltLO THAT THItfD RANK Wil l
NOW ASSURED IN SOUTH.
ACCORDED JAPAN IN 191
TUM "DIKKEKENT" ROUTE
It Lands You 'IN' New York City
Grand Central Station
Only railroad terminal in Now York. ttight In
th heart of thu hotel and residence- district.
Subway station under same roof. Fifteen min-
utes to Brooklyn without change
All you have lo do is
Get on the train "IN" Chicago or St. Louis
Get off the train "IN" New YorK
Then you're Ihere
I UK AMI
1 lit lluuto of tho 'ioili Country Limited
i t nit ti
"Thu Niagara Falls Kotltu"
BIG FOUR ROUTE
VI ST I.Ol IS AN'I l'KOItl
II. C. CARSON G. A. V. D.
L'57 Main Street Dallas Texas
WAKKF.N .1. LYNUH Passenger Truuio Mjtr. CHICAGO
Refri d er ato rs
We are now mailing very
close prices on the lie
frigerators that we have
These Refrigerators are
the celebrated "WHITE
MOUNTAIN make tho
only Refrigerator made
that has a solid white
stone lmed provision
We would suggest to
these who need a Re-
frigerator that you not
fail to get one of these
while you can get them
for little money.
Yours for bargains
Stevens Kennerly & Spragins
8 Per Cent-8 Per Cent-8 Per Cent
Money to loan on farms at eight per cent net. No
commissions charged. Loans closed promptly. All
or any part of loan may be paid at end of any year
without notice to company.
GORMAN $ BOGIE
n.Ri:. TOKNADO AM) ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Oftlce Over City National Bank
Xew York. Aiir. .. 1'ulted Slate
District Attorney Haker who sue-
ci'Hfiilly prosecuted tin Kovcrnntett.t
In ml rrattds In the northwest his
bride of two months ami several
friends who 'wore accompany In
them on. tln'lr honeymoon hail an al
most nilracnlotiH esc.ipo from death
Willie the automobile In which
they were traveling wan running
ilown a sharp hill on Walnut inotiii-
tain. near Liberty. X. V. the ma-
chine got out of rout nil anil plunged
over a precipice nearly 300 feet In
height. The machine n IiIk covered
vi' turueil tluee complete somer
saults liii the air ami lodged In the
houghs of a tree thllty feet below
the brink of the precipice.
There It hung suspended top down-
w.iril with the frightened oectiants
held prlscncrs In the enclosed top of
the machlii. All wcie liailly bruised
anil frightened hut no one wan se
riously Injured with tl ceptlon of
the chauffeur whose skull wan fractured.
Reward for Muiderer.
(iuthrli. Old".. Auk. ioernor
Haskell today Issued a notice offering
$:10I for the arrest or Clcvo Harris
who last Monday at Tnlsu murdered
Ins wife and Imbv and abut an ex-
pie wagon dtlvcr liefoie (souping In-
i i tin (iiuntry. Harris In described
i follows: Weight nliont IRo pouiuU j tmt
. I. i t II Inches In Iwighl. lurge
lirown ev en. HiniMith face
l loii. dark hair: lins
walk and tin own his feet wide a.iart
when walking 1" Inclined to limp;
plays pool and similar pirn n.
Why James Lee Got Well.
Kveryljody in Zancsvlllc. O. know.-)
Mrs. .Mary ioe 0f rural route 8. She
writes. "My husband .lames lco
firmly hclleves ho ownes his life to
the use of Or. King's Xew Discovery.
Ills lungs were so severely affected
that consumption seemed Inevitable
when a friend recommended Xew Dis-
covery. We tried It and Its use has
rt stored him to perfect health.'1 Dr.
King's Xew Discovery Is the King ot
throat and lung lemedles. For coughs
and colds It has no equal. The first
dose gives relief. Try It' Sold under
guarantee at W. II. Frame's drug
store. '0e and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
I '(iutlule. Oklu. AitR. ' T'ie ultleers
of the Oklahoma Ami Saloon league
fear that ill vision within its own
ranks may cause the iP-ie.it of the
sttite agency sjstcin to im. f
lltpiors for medicinal -i: .1 scientific
purposes at the elect mil net fall
and have liegutt a cat ilgn ittnotig
rudlcal prohibitionists Im believe
that prohibition should alisolule
and that Intoxicants fci w purpose
should not be offered 'or sale In
The ItcV. K. Sweet icile in the
i last prohibition cainpiimti in Okliiho-
I ma has left his pasloi.ic in Tulsa
temporarily to assist in the move-
meitf to convince tho.' radical mem-
bers of his orgauUnt h n t li.it the
success of prohibition ' liitNssbo
without opportunity .ill to buy
llipior for medicinal nw inside
The state agency Iim enacted by
the last legislature provi.i.i. that the
law shall be submitted '. tin. voter
at the general elect lot' next Novem-
ber and If ii tunjorltv of the votes
on the election aw for law. It
shall become a part d i'u. constitu
tion and that If less tt.a'i i majori-
ty Is oast for It the lu.'iioy system
forthwith shall lie n ..ilished. Tin1
desire of prohlbltlon4st.- make the
law ti part of the constitution Is to
prevont turmoil In sule i'nnt IcrI .-la
in (in attempt to repeal or
iitnend the law.
dark com- uposou 10 uie Aim .iioon icnnno
a peculiar I l secret society known as t'1"
Sons of iishiimton O'-j.ini.ed to de-
feat statewide prohibitum and sub-
stitute IiIkIi license ac I local option
In Its place. This ocieu has open-
ed camiMiUn heiulipuii tot s in Okla-
homa City. Prohibitionist four that
unless a way Is left op u for the pur
chase of llipiois for medicliuil ami
scientific purposes violations of law
will become mi Konerii! .is to make
absolute prohibition r'-pUKitaut. ami
lead finally to n demand for resub
mlslmti which tulcht result In the
overthrow of statewide prohibition.
Alaska refrigerators at very
prices. Tho season Is closing
we havu u few choice ones left
ens Corlm and Krensley.
New Voik Ams ;. I'roui time to
tlnic rumors are circul.tied that efforts
are belni made to secure control o(
the .Missouri Kansas Texas rail-
way In the mloH'sl of the tlreat North-
ern or Kill sislcin. Recently tluo
reimrts hae recolted fresh r.tlentlon
althonnh th hae obtained no en-
coitriiKemeut from statements imule by
the Hill Interests and it Is believed
he has anpilnil siltllch nt stock to
control the road.
In view of the growth in rnt
yours of the traille from the north
and the northwest to the (wirtu of .
IHirt on the gulf of Mexico It I be-
lieved that the iuiiimrcis of the
Client Northern iiml Noithern I'.iclflr
iioierten have had In lew the ihis-
slblllty of ohtainlnii n dliect rontu
to the gulf. In nmm respects the
Missouri KnnsHs Ten would fur-
nish a desirable outlet for the
Northwestern Pacific properties tefer
red to. The Chicago. Ilurllngton
Unliify nailer Joint control of North-
ern I'aclflo mid Ureal .Northern con
Hoots with the Missouri. Kansas
'lexiiM at lltiutilliiil. SI
Krmu thevo points the
Tevns runs In almost n
snutlnNmd to Calveston.
iteollon Is timde with various steam-
ship line leaving that imrt. Not with-
standing that nothing definite can lie
learned to eomneol the 11(11 Inteiests
with the recent purchase f Mlss uni.
Kansas a 'I'evas sto-ks. it is slated
h close observers ih.it for sumo
time indications haw- t m i i t . - I m tin
Unlet accnniubili.il oi ili-e s. cui'illes
.lllll It Is lielicv.il tli.it Hie Imvers
Hie acting fur imn t (tts.
lnils - iiml
KlIIMMIH It II 1 1
Memphis. in. " - The Comtiieiolut
Appe.il mi)s us to crop ootidltions
throiiKhout the roiton glow lug states
of the south:
The tMte of UMtlDliiiiii ecepll
when- heavy ami ciNhllttiiH rslns
lust week Mtl the crop sonwwhut
In J-iipnnl.v. renins are reinrks-
blv uniform suil fuvornbte. It Is the
general opinion of correspondent!
that cotton Hoen over Into the critic
al month of August In tho best con
dltlou of the sen son. The plsnt
In large for Its age. well fruited ntld
still thrifty ntid growing With good
conditions for another month a
large yield Is assured
Along the Atlantic const us well
as in ljulsnna. ruins were exees
she hut the cotton lerrltorv uffi-et
eil there diH's not simmii to have Im-oii
large. In fsi't. h f" drouth con:
plaints iimie from Mouth Carolina.
In the .Mississippi deltn the mills ex-
cited sonic hIiiii 'l'hiBe howepr
aie iiIhmH the on!) compl lints.
MiHlenile shiwers elsewhere wen1
beueflclul. Cotton Is oienlng mpldly
In soulhenti ami cmttral Texas. Sigtie
picking Is also being done In siuith-
eru I'eorglli. I'lsevvhete oHtl ImiIU
appinr. but It is nut anticipated that
picking will be great I v in advance
of the usual time Texas reisirts are
h'ghh sat I- f.i 'torv and then- uie few
eotiiidaitils of weevils The Oklaho-
ma -1 I . IMIsiet Ini! at the best
rate llf the sea oil
CANADA'S LABOR DISPUTE
tile navies of
that bv .lastn
f. Third ran
the world Is a
by the expert v
Imne in tin .
vnrious naval lijct p"--spirlrillsts.
oi ili- t
BLACK HAND BLAMED FOR THE
GREAT CANADIAN FIRETO
FREE FIVE SUSPECTS.
KAISER UP AGAINST IT.
BUCXBEC'S SCE0S SUCCEED I
4 I kalM Nw HaanrM. A trill Will '
uiika f ou our iriuiuenl customer.
Prlie rollertlon "" it riji i -1
I lha nrtew 1 Tri t tfieiiUM 1 !! !
t 10 rlt.avrUr HMlVswIli Tanttll lu
41DAUANTKI.il TO I'LKAH
Write to-day; Mention this Paper.
SEND 10 CENTS
16 tort Uo Bn4 pttkletn4 rMtlti tbU T1uWt i
eoiiKiioa or paipaia h-ftur wun my bit
U)li til bot tL Ileal ut(Ui of Mi flaot. ic
H.W. i.ettte """S&WSM
Will cause an advance in Ardmore property. Why? lie-
cause we already have the biggest and best city of its size
in the New Sfate. A glass factory and two cotton factor-
ies to be built and with our gas and street cars Why Not?
lulov We Give a Few of our llnriliiins In the City.
No i:il'-l)-room house ullno (AAA
home Northwest wOUUU
No III 10-room houso I acres
n beautiful placo
No !I2 10-room houso 25
iicres line ground only. ..
No. Jill -l-rooin house close
in cash bal I'.T) month
No. HI B-room house cIobci
in 1250 cash t2r month. . . .
No. iB 5-room house closo ACAA
in $100 cash SIB month . ...Z9UU
No. Htl 5-roont house lnrno lot near
cur line fifiO cash balance
2 lnrj;u lots I room house
nenr car line
Also IiIk Hit farm lands.
MONEY TO LOAN at as low rate as anybody and possibly
quicker. We want to "show you. Phone 720.
Riggins Suggs Adams Co.
Sentry at Fort Didn't Recognize
t Hwinemuiid. Auk. .". Kmiieror Wll-
I Ham's new style of wenrltiK his
I mustache caused him to lie refused
admission to one of the roast forts
here Just liefoie he departed
his t r 1 1 to Pweiieik. The eiiiiernr
accompanied lv several officers the
entire party heitm in civilian dress
j approached the sentry on duty hut
j lie prevented their further proKres.
His nrijesty w.i! much amused nt
1 the occurrence an I attain valnlv tried
tu pass. Then 1' said to tho him-
' 'Yon must let 1 1 1 enter. Don't v 111
Ivnow me'' I am t'e emperor"
The sentry t In t looked more close-
ly at the emperor hut he was not
quite reassured tail evidently rec-
oKiilzed Ills nii' -tv'H features an
he presented nrtir. and allowed him
to iiiss. The eiupeior recounted the
occurrence to the olllcnr of tho
Kiiard. praising the soldier's souse
of duly and coimneiidluK his pro-motion.
Cured Hay Fever a"d Summer Cold.'
A S. Nuslianni lutesvlllc Indiana
writes "Utsr c.i l suffered for three
months with a -uintner cold so dla-
tresslnt; that I' Interfered with my
hitslness I had mm' of tne bymptonts
of hav fever and .1 doctor's proscrip-
tion did not reai lt my case ami i took
several medicine- which scmncd only
o acRravate 11 Fortunately I Insist
ed upon havinK Foley's Honey and
Tur. It qt'lckU cured me. .My wife
has since used KW's Honey and Tar
with the satin- Mi'-ceas. Sold by all
PRESENT DIFFERENCE IS BIG
GEST IN INDUSTRIAL HIS-
TORY OF CANADA.
Nelson. II. ('.. Aim. .V Tin st
soinMitloiinl stor In connection with
the Kreut Kendo fire comes fiuin
Cntnliroolf. where it Is asserted
that ptoor is forthciiiuiiiK that three
hush fires weio stinted at Fertile
which eventually hurimd all 1 h-1
town with the express object ot i
fieolux five "black hand' 'suspects
cotbfliied In tho Ferule Jail It is .1
mutter or fact that while most
thu prisoners .eie Klven their li
erty the five suspects heuvllv Iron
ed uoiu taken to (.'runlnooK. and
avIII he brotiKht to tho provincial Jail
hero later I
WlunlpeK Auk. The hiKKcst la
Imr dispute In tile Industrial history
of Canada culminated today In thu
form of a xenorul strike .when the
emplojes of the mechanical depart
ments of the Canadian I'aclllc. from
the Atlantic coast lo the I'.icllli
some s.UDll in number ipilt work be-
cause of a decision of the conciliation
Stibscrlhu for Th AramnrMtn.
from nlUrlal sources.
.Votwlihstandlnn the sssertin
innams had financial wsltio:
rHct sys. 'the so-c.illerl .n
of IM" n plies rs to nrnvlde .
aid em ilv mom constmetlon 1 i.tu
"ITom a rally well Infiwm. d
ter It Is sffl rilled thai .li.p.in
sides lull Id I n the Hire bit..
AM. 'A' ami 'It.' ami the font i tmr
crulseis Kitrama. IlmM and I"' 1
T.' lias niiproin-laleil nmnct t
ndilltlonnl bnttleshlns encli 01 m.
Thrminh these increases la
will push forward In Mloi.til o
third place In the wortd'a n ! - t
rwii's position lth grwit lui 11. iw
lMlnit: Ready fourteen batib In s
with n tonnage of 191.1011. an t
twelve large cruisers with .1 to.
of 113000; tmlldlnr. three 11 11
ships with a total tonnnao of dosoo
and four cruisers with a tonmiKe ot
flO.lton. to whlcb liliist be iiild d this'
vessels envhraced lit latest Informa-
tion .namelv four battleshliw w. h 1
total tonuaae or 8.1.2011 and five 1 ui
its with a toimnne of 02.S0ir-
FOUR HEAT VICTIMS.
Intense Heat In Chicago Again Toda
f'hlcnao. III. Auk. ' Toil. Is
iikiiIu Intenaely hut. Four death)
over iilsht have been rtsirted Tlie
teiuperiUtire at II a. 111. todiv wan
Tomorrow evenltiK the Fn'tiiVIn
Stoi'k company will Klve a benefit fo"
Company (J and will put on "Way
Out West." a military drama You
hml better no early lo j;et a seat
for the hearts of the Ardmore peo-
ple are with the soldier boys and a
full house U promised them
When a man Is shadowed by .1 de-
tective there Is naturally something
-hailv about him.
Take Kodol whenever you reel tba
you iiotfd It. That Is tho only time you
need to take Kodol. .lust when you
ncct It: then you will not be Iron
bled with Miur stomach helchiiiK K.as
ou the stomach etc. .Sold by W. 11
No woman can be happy
without children; it is her
nature to love them as much
so as it is the beautiful and
pure. The ordeal through
which the expectant mother
must pass is so full oFdreatl that the thought fills her with apprehension.
There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either very
nainful or daniierous. The use of Mother's Frlond prepares the system
For the cominir event and it is passed without any dancer. This
remedy is applied externally
and has carried thousands of
women through the crisis
witli but little sull'eriiig.
liok containing Infminttlnn of nine
tiilliiHictftUtinottiri iiitllist frtt'.
VETERAN OF PRIZE RING.
Henry Cartwrlght. Who Fought With
Dare Knucklei Dead at St. Louis.
St I-oiils Mm fi.-IIewy Cart-
wright a veteran Kimlish middle-
weight who foiiKin with his hare
knuckles before KIuk ICdward when
ho was tho Prince of Wales died
hero today ased ?
Anniversary of Cable.
Yalimtla ltelaud Auk. l.cnliiu
men of Ireland ami Knglnml Joined
today In celebratltiK the semi i-cnti n
1 1 1 it I or the completion of the His- i
lautlc cable In I sr.s. the I.imi or
which was commenced on p id
the pievlims year. The work wi
comiiienccd at this point allium Ii
thu oriKlual promoters were X 1 11 r
cutis IncludillK I'eter Coopi-i 1'n
reswir S. F. II. .Morse Cru Fit it
The vossuls etuplo.veil to Ii t:n
cable weio the Nl.iKara ami Su qiu
hauna or the Fulled States nat d
the 1 1 1 i 1 1 mIi vessels Leopard and
ameinnoii. Alter sjiIIIiik a few '
the cable snapped. This was wmn "
iwilred but on Auk. 11. after '.no
miles or I lie wire had been laid out
it snapped again and the u - ii .
returned to Plymouth. In linn of
the fo'lowliiK ewr a sei-und ii'tetnpt
failed throUKll a violent stiirm Tin
tlilid voyane wak s iccessful .1 1 1 :
tlon of the continents was couipli-ti 1
by 20!H) llillos of wire from Inland
to Newfoundland Auk .'. ISTiS T.ie'
nisi mil iiii'mKiHim vieii- 1111111 .nei n
Victoria to I'rosldent Huchauun md I
DflADriCLD nCOULATOR OO.
it is passed witliout any danger. ihis
Miss Hinds hits charge of training school for
nurses. Keeoives both incdicnl and surgical pa-
tients. Thoroughly itiodeni in ovory particular.
Special operating room. Good sorviee tortus
reasonable. Tho medical profession solicited.
DUS. HARDY VON K 15 L LRU & I1HSNKY
A Doon to Elderly People.
' Most elderly people lifcvo some kid-
noy or bladder disorder that Is both
j painful and dangerous. Foley's Kid-
t nev Remedy has proven a boon to
ehUrly peoplo n It stimulates tile
urinary organs corrects irroKtilarltlos
and tones up the whole system. Com-
1 tnenco takliiK Foley's Kidney Itomedv
at once and ho vliiotous. Sold by all
The bartender Is nln a inedluin
tliroitKh whom we comntttno with the
"My rather has tor years bien
troubled with illurrhoo and tried cv
erv means pussihle to ctrect a cure.'
without avail'1 writes John II lrm j
or I'hlllppl W. Va. lie saw Chambi-
Iain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoia
Ilemedy advortlaed In tne I'hlllppl Hi '
puhlloan and dccldeil to try It The re-
suit Is 0110 bottle cured him and ho I
has not suffered with the disease for
eighteen mouths llefore taking Hits
remedy he was a constant sufferer
He Is now sound and well and ol
thotiB sixtv years ild can do as much
work ali a yomiB man ' Sold b; F J.
ltatntc) and W II Frame
Pennington Grocery Company
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