The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 60, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 6, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
THE DAIL ARDMOREITt.
Ardmore Thursday August 6 1908
The Daily Ardmorcite
it m mmiui nuisiiixg comm.
jlOHtlY 8UGQ0 IVssldsnt.
I itYf.NK Vko-I'ri'hlmt
II. T MsnlCIT . Heristary-Tfessuri'r
Mrritors-Siiliicir Sui-its. l-ee Vntte. W. K.
Whltllncliei ('. I.. Hi rue. H T. Illnlw. It.
W Diik I I Kaalpy.
Untried at the Postofflco at Ardtssre
as Bocotitlfibis Matter.
Official Paper for Carter County
If it is ill tlit Ardmorcito
it is le'iii.
iCHMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Tl Dlly Ardmorelts
The Weekly Ardmortltt
Vt r Year. y Mm
Business Manager's Oillcti ...
It ifdltor's Olllco
Ardmore. Thursday August 0. '008.
i'Oll I'KKm.'KNT -
WILLIAM JLNNINGS PR YAN.
Full U K PIlKHIUHNi
JOHN WORTH KERN.
UiMt i i; llattle (if Wuerlh 170.
i iili.i has lu-Ul an election ami not !
a n .u lit tv iIihwii. Till ia getting down
Id otin tiling like government fori
iin. I t the people. 1
V fi wnlkiKtirMnl In Temple
I i ing considerable excitement.
Tun c l rallmul center. Juati
a:.i'..ii Mgn oi returning pruirruj -
(. .ik iuihU proposes to stop
the park thereabout. !
s 'tig in
U i i iko from tlit that Cincinnati
. t i king of abolishing it parks.
l i liiiktsh New a speaks of So-
.i' .-.. Pasha In way that shows
i l' i.-hM are aa common In Tur-
k .i ate cokmtlt In the United
kv.k ibslclaii says that it I'
ii.' to overent. Dmibtless he
. i rence to the average man's
however rather than his
- .ii make-up.
i 1 1 nth has Ihmh stretched con
.i lh- tht "ahealh .own" ) n
t aper avers. A number ot
v !.i- teen abnormally stretch-
. -in - of It too.
i di.ma man swallowed a feath-
. ' a days ago and it was only
"i iiintt heroic effort that his
n.ih waved. We presume that
w.i- .ilmoat tickled to death.
I i i iM' H man
1 w .i.i.- fast la
gr. at thinker or
ik res so n
hard worker. Ho
r iv uc oerdrwu at the bank or
uinni: his arms In anger beoause
f't nt.' to be overdrawn ami failed.
i hange. Onte a goose made
'lolse ami Home was saved
maUtr t nightly senilis--h
would find Us way to
ie where the boas it dusky
i' ou Judgment aa to fowls.
is aa contra iirtot y ns a ment and the rapid progress of tho
One day he's taikluc about J goveni4iieiit itnvflrtl a eollotsnl deft-
i hat can liamnie.- dnvll;;ht ; cit will become a burning issue In
erybtd else's nr.iy and I thla campaign.
thing heard is that he's! Mr. Taft In his speech of accept-
with the presld'ie v .( the ance. talked much ot following In
ague. Mr. ItMist-velta footsteps. If he tneaiMi
ob ' to encourage money-spending at Sir.
dt.iv't the dei. ... in of Ok-i lUHwamit has done he would. If
w 'it don. t the del. . m
wno want to . . t-uau m
.. tliey claim t' .t do. bring
' .v 1 - olilclal record before the
i' t-iiinnilttee?'' v :ils the Okla -
i in Times. It Is quite evident
lit -Kelt's record pleases the na -
i' iinnmittee since be la not
o .mat treasurer but has Jutt
' ' inted n member of the es-
t . ommittee also.
r e in a is flashed from ICuroite
K.i!i-er Bill has buniipd out one
ii -f his uproar mustache and has
'tit- :- ed to abandon tho kneeling
lit.tng lip whlakers stsle. And the
sail e cable brings news of an earth-
q i.iki tm Algeria And all thlss hows
ht w nicely and finely tnlg old world
Is balanced after all.
u (xchange ava that ths tnatt
with ti garden Is the man who lives
wt 11 anil cheaply. Men on salary
ought to buy an acre or half arret
of ground and cultivate It. The only
thing overlooked Is that city men
on salary couldn't poalhlv afford
to buv an acre or half arro near
enough and chi.iji enough for .a-ration
AJ!f!! " NA1
Mr. Hoosowlt I a wry fln
il'iimn. nrtrl hi administration will;
kii Into history famous for rnnn j
iliiugs ofie of which wll be (hat he
Iin- been test criticised by the
limit nf opposition that hy the mem-
iTh r hla own party.
I Hut Mr. lloosevelt In the area teat
. money spender that ever mleil over
t civilised nation.
.N'HKifiM In tioiw of the four eon-H-riithi
yours of hla war nien( aa
j iimrh money on armies ami uhlpa aa
i wait spent hy the t'nlted Htatea for
soldiers sailors ami penalona Uiir
I Ing Mr. Knoaevrli'a administration.
The kaiser hna an army of half a
million men and a growing navy.
The I'Ntol (Mates apenris more
I money fo'r war purposes In a year
t hit n lo Kngland and Hermany com-
1 Muring the laat four year the to-
j tnl appropriation for all purpose
! the nHtkinal Kiiverntni-tit weie $ t.-
It took more mtaiey lo run the
( t'nlted Mtntea aoternmeni lit thi-ne
four jeara of pece than the Roern-
1 nt font ilurlng the rour years of
Hie unat elvll war.
i Silently aieedll.v itiid Hteadlly the
1 eitpenoea of this nation have vaulted
' upwnnl. All thla time Mr. Rootevelt
j Miked faat Hid loud. Thla. with the
; xwlnc of the lila atlck. an ilastletl
the eyea and filled the eara of the
j American people that they Rave mi
; thotiKhta to the facta that In time
of profound peace the nut km Imil
put Ita coat bill Into flgtirea that
mi mind can gratp.
We are spending yearly a thous-
and million dollars.
Krery ma woman anil child If
ta.ed about (5.00 for the expenses
I of the army twvj and pensions.
lSvery family then contributes
s-w " i nr or 1" t !
1 I . . j . . . i i . i
i niifti ninii-n omieii ini'i... -m... u vun niiomiriiu.t -x 10
month of July by apendltiK I2R.000.-
000 more than they reeehed.
in July the ciistome receipts fellftl . .. ...i j mi.f he
off $S.0K.000. at agaliitt Iho saint;
inontn last year; the itMeniai
nue was JI.IHIO.OOO loaa.
The war iNiymeuta for July were
(IS.OOO.Oiill or ueurly f 1000000 in o.
cesa of last jear.
The naval expense for July wat
The gou-rnmeii In n time of puacu
is rtintiiiiK behind at thu rato of
about f6V.OUO.000 h year.
Of course all men admit that a j
nation must bo ready in fight at
the drop ot n hat but if tho pro
!en pcace-tliuu expenditures keep up
I unless a war comes to pass quick
; Ibis nation will "go broke' netting
ready anil keeping ready.
There was never In pltmsuie lit
art in vice and virtue. In living and
in dlii. such cxtrnvnwmco among
any ieoplo us marked the American
list tlt.k fin i . t nriii'tiiiD
to last fall.
Thu 1'iilted States government it-
self was awept Into the frenzy of
The republican party eiicouragetl
It. for when the government runs
behind the aacred tariff Is more safe
The money to tuy these bills must
come from tho producer and consum-
er who turn It through labor.
The democratic (tarty nppooa ex-
travagance In operation of govern-
.t.t.d. bankrupt the
j U t-D
' The after elticis of
;C4M mic i reported
J trade review of the
past week to
be: "The disposal of surplus stocks
of summer goods at
reduced public buying ability Is re
flected In reports from some con-
ters of slow progress In cleartug
shelve of gooils." That trado pa
lance In fact means that the many
with reduced Incomes or those with-
out worr. are anie to miy gooos. ai-
though ottered at half price. Wliat
nre the Sunshine Clubs doing that
they allnw llMifetreet to tell tho
truth Instead of a tale of fine crops
and prosperity ever. where "If you
will only think no."
Governor Johnson has said. "At
l vour service. Mr. Bryan." lttilly for
;Jobn! He's learned the good IndlaaV
j prayer "Help me to win If win 1
may and this O power espiclallv
- :f I in.-iv not win n akt tie a good
A-dcQorelte Wanv am oct neiutta
subpoena ELECTION OFFICERS ;
I COMPLAINT MADE BY OALL MEN
IN PRIMARY ELECTION AT
ST. LOUIS YESTERDAY.
HI Unit .Mo. ug. 1 - John !
Oweti. who aervea the Uiera for the
HrcuU court attorney aiartetl out
thla morning with a pocketful of aub-
poenna for the Jude anil clerka of
Tiieadaya primary. They are culled
to appear before the grand jur Auk
unt U anil Rive what Information la
dealted by Circuit Attomet Arthur
The aiibptienaea are the reanlt
of compktlnta mad by Hall aitpport-
era anl of the atorlea lolil hy the
reptihllcana who were elerka untl
Judge of the pilmary In Home ot the
MAY BE MISSING GIRL
CHARRED BODY FOUND ON REF-
USE DUMP IN NEW YORK MAY
BE DETROIT GIRL.
New York. Aiir. 0. That the char-
red body of a young woman loiin.l
on a refute dump 1n (Jreen Point n
week ago may be that of Annie llerl-
vel the Detroit atenographer who
came here seeking work la the Inloat
Mlat llerlvel'a Mnmta have not
' heard from her aince the reaehetl the
I city a fortntRlit no.
His Wife Died of "Improvements."
Ah old tlerinaiv woman became 111
and was taken by her IiusIkumI to :;
hospital for treatment. The first day
she was there when her husb.ind
called to euitilre about her. tlin. doc-
tor said sho was Improving. Oa the
oFond dav ho was iikrIii tobl she was
improvlnc and on the third im!
fourth days thu atsurnneo was :he
(rni( iii w hen ho called
() i th flftll he tol( nm
MWIli.t favorite .-'- to drown
his sorrow. "aVt's de matter?" asked
the sympathetic lKtrtemler
his customer's despondent coialltlon.
"Acht! .My vlfe Iss tlead." replied
the German. "s?o? Vat tlld aiie die of?"
asketl the iKirtontler. 'Improve-
meiitt." repltetl the bereaved hus-
band calling for another alasa of
Oklahoma Bank Statement.
Guthrie. Okla. Aug. .1. The con-
solidated statements of !!!! state
batiks In Oklahoma taken as of J ill v
If. ami all oiierntiiiK under tho state
hanking department shows there wis
since .May 1 1 date of the last stale-
I mont mi Increase of $S2f..ii::!.it li.
Individual dcitotlts. The average re-
hone hold Is II. ."i per cent a iV-
crease of 5 per cent. The loans In-
creased $1.02l.r.02.sr being a total
as per this statement In all star1
batiks or f 1S.O;r..0'.0.!Ci. Statements o
the fifty-seven national banks operat-
ing under the state guaranty lav:
have not been compiled.
Conference Over Cadets
Washington. Aug. 5. It is not Iin
nrolmble that Secretary of War
Wright may visit the president again
this week to consider further the
can) of the eight West Point cadets
whose dismissal from the academy
has lieim recfliiiinemletl. The likeli-
hood Is that Colonel Hugh M. Scott
superintendent of tho military acade
my wilt be .i iwrty to the confer
once. The whole qu.-stloii will be
then thrashed atul a determination
retched as to what shall be done.
SHOT BY DEPUTY SHERIFF.
; Ed Rfitmes Shtt by Deputy Bushonon
' at Garvin Today.
! Garvin. Okla. Aug. tl Kd Kennies
! while intoxicated and said to have
been realstlng arrest was shot by
IfUtimli. Qt.A-!tf Qravu Ititithfiiinn hi.rp
' . . .
; tooay. itoanies carrieu u snoigun.
j Krolluy uxatlve Cough Syrup it
' atneclglly recommendttl for childdren
tastts nearly as good at maple
People and Property Burned
ivnaiiseueiiten. Germany. Auc.
A number of persons were bumd to
death and H'O houses were destroyed
by lire here yesterday. There was no
wiitr klth which to extinguish the
..sine- but fortunately a heavy rain
fell this evening and Mopped the prog
rets of the contlgratlon
That's tbe name
told In Ardmore.
of the best flour
If a inan didn't have a wife he
I woiiiiln t k'.icw so rr ;ch about his
GREATEST NAVAL BASE
PEARL HARBOR IN HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS WILL BE MADE
GREATEST IN WORLD.
Honolulu T. II. im. !.--. few
houra before the AtlHiitli! llt"t anllnl
from hero for New Zealiml on ltd
iiroilliit-tliu-worlil rriilm the mu.il
IhnihI iirealded over hy It or Admiral
Senton Scliroeder completed Ita re-
port on 1'eurl Harbor which tin h been
fortturtliMl to the navy deKirtiueiil m
WaahliiKtoii for approval. Ah nooth at
thla la aectired work on the ciuiBtrtio
tlon of what naval unicorn declare
wHl bo the sreateat tiai.il Htntl.iii I
in wit. worm win ne ai once i
I'ractlnilly all of the olllcera of '
the great Hoot visited Pearl llarl.or i
ilurlng thalr week s stay here i.ml j
without exception they nre most en-j
thuslaatle over the splendid aheet nt
water which Undo Sam controls. The
Schroetler bonrtl was busy on. the
milter of lonntlna the drv dock and
v.dliMis buildings and tho straighten
ing of the channel end-iinco the en-
tire time (hoy .were hero. These de
tails have nil been completed and
w-lthln ft few weeks work of spend
Ing the $3.fi(in.00O appropriated by the
last session of coimrca will hne
begun In nrncat.
It was stated by n nival nlllcer of
high rank that It will retpilre twelve
year of hard work to fully complete
the great naval base as projected.
and thnt v. hen Mulshed mi. expendi
ture of upwards of live millions of
dollars a year will be necessary In
supplies labors and malntcnniiicc of
the station. The plans contemplate
wharfage facilities for from sixteen
to twenty of the largest vessels of
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
any rase of kldnev or bladder trouble
that Is not beyond the reach of medi-
cine. No medicine can do more. Sold
by all druggists. tlw
Drayman Now Millionaire.
Klngllsher. Okla. Aug. 5. After
twenty ears of litigation H. F. Wild.
j man a drayman of Kiiigtlsher has
through tho winning of his case be-
come the huh to int. estate valued
nt $1000000. The decision was ren
dered .Mny 11 and Mr. Wlldmau and
his jouuger daughter are soon to
derive tho tlrst benellt b making a
visit to Kuropo.
Wlldmaii's uncle Joseph Menx. one
of the wealthiest mine owners of
California died twenty yenis ago and
left his vast estate by will to Wild-
man. Other relatives contested the
will and since that time the case
has been In the court until its set-
tlement. Attention Asthma Sutlerers.
Foley's Honey and Tar will give Itn- f
mediate relief to asthma sufferers and
has cured many cases that had refuse! 1
to yield to other treatment. Folc s
Honey and Tar Is tho best remedy j
for coughs colds and all throat and i
lung trouble. Contains no harmful
drugs. Sold l nil druggists dw
Theater Fcr Mrs. Corey.
Paris. Aug. tl. A valuable biilldlir;
site near the Arc do Tiiomphe has
Just bt'tn purchased by an American
siidlcate. which will erect thereon a i
magnificent operatic theater It is at i
leged that Mrs. Corey th- forme"- '
chorus girl who tnariietl the st.'fl trust
uiagnnte. will supply most of the
money for the project nnd that she
Is ir pared to Invest a million. T!.e
theater will lotuliict ; conservator ti-
the training of American singers e-
ptclnlly poor girls who cannot a'fie.i
to pay heavily for their trai-i'ig
She Likes Good Thi"gs
Sirs. Chas. li. Smltli of West Kiank
till. Maine says: "I like gmul tlrng-
Mid have a lopt.u Dr King's New late
tills as our family laxsive m.dui f
because thf are good and .'o t!i. .
work wlthou: making a tuss ali.nr It '
These painless purlllers sold at . H.
Frame's drug store. 23c
Come In and enjoy a plea-ant oven
Ing at The Arcade and lls'ftl 'o th. r -cltal
of Mr Light.
W. H. FRIDGE
The Swiftest Market
Swifts Premium Hams
Beef the Finest and
Lard. liRRS Chickens
If I Sell You Once; You
Arc My Customer.
K- From Pennington Gro. Co.
i Half the nTOiKnont half the lrrl
I (ability that Is o common In eTery
day life lit really Klckncnn and In
most cases a condition that accom-
panlea kidney trouble.
It It tho work of the kidneys to
keep the blood Ireo from uric acid
and other poisons but when the kid-1
noys nre sick nnd not doing their '
duf the uric acid poison tmnneatea
the htnly and attacka body brain and
nerves. The Irritation causes ner-
vousness IrrltuDlllty lieadiulie dl.7.y
Hpulls; makes you laiiRiild unlit for
work nnd Incllnod to worry over trl-
ties. Ilesldes there Is nothing more
nunoyliiK tmm a bad back and back-
ache Is 'he most common slcn of kid-
ni.y troublo. Vou feel Inmo nnd tired
In the. mornltiR suffer day nnd night
w ith a dull aching In tho back and it
hurta to stoop or bend or lift
Keep your temper cool and got the
kidneys well. No person can feel
cheerful and lunlthttil It tho kidneys
are tho least bit affected. A few doses
of Doans Kidney Pills taken In thu
beginning will set tho kidneys right
Continued treatment tares cases ot
long stnndlnc j kidney tissues drive off dangerous tinned freedom from backaeln .'
I DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS I
3U hf ail iealara. Prist m etata. ffcersw-Mutw C jVstTalt K.Y liugtttti. O I
Running for Office.
Itelow is given the expense account
of a Hall county candidate who fa
vt red a Into primary says the Gaines-
ville (Ga ) News. From this time on
he says he will always bo In favor
of an early primary although he will
never be a candidate again. Here Is
the way ho put It down.
Iist I months anil ":t days canvass-
ing; 1.IM0 hours thinking about the
election; Ii acres of cotton; "3 acres
of corn; a whole sweet potato crop;
Ti shoates and one beef given to bar-
becues; two front teeth and a con
sldcrable iiuaiitlty of hair fn a per-
sonal skirmish. Gavo 07 plugs of to-
bacco; 2 pairs of suspenders I calico
dresses; 7 dolls and lit baby rattlers.
Told 2.SS0 lies: shook hands 3:!.l7."i 1
times: talked enough to have made
In print 1000 large volumes of pat-1
An Addition to Ardmore in 10 Acre Blocks
Overlooking Ardmore from the North. Onlv one-half
mile from city. Location fine soil fine and the price is
right. Best proposition near Ardmore. Five io-acrc
blocks already selected. Don't wait until they are all
sold then ask someone to kick you. Buy now while
you can get the best all good but some are better.
The price is right. Call at our office for full informa-
tion. Phone 726.
A CONSTANT ANNOYANCE
Doan's Kidney Pi'.is are for tho kid-
j noys only nnd contain no polsonou
nor habit forming drugs They relieve
congestion and Inflammation of the
kidneys or bladder heal and c ire Mie
ent olllco reports; kissed lliil babies
kindled 1 kltchein lire cut J! cords
of wood 171 bundles of fodder;
picked 717 pounds of cotton; helped
pull 7 wagon loads of corn; dug 41
bushels of potatoes; toted 27 buckets
of water; put up 7 stoves; was dog
bit 7 times; watch broken by baby
cost $:t to have repaired.
Loaned out .'I barrtds of Hour; fS
bushels of meal; 1t"S pounds of ba-
con.; pounds of butter; 12 dozen
eggs; umbrellas; ill lead pencils
1 lllhle dictionary; 1 mow-blatlo 2
hoes; 1 overcoat; fi boxes paper col-
lars none of which have been re-
turned. Called my opponent a tabulated liar
doctor's b.il $10. Have hnd G ar-
giiinents with my wlfo result: 1
Mower vase smashed; one broom ban-
die broken; 1 illsh of hash knocked
Suggs Adams Co.
uiic poisons dissolve nnd romoto
pr.tv.i nnd rid t..o body of all watery
Thousands of cures prove tho merit
oi Do.in's Kidney Pills. Hero Is a
case at ..omc:
AN ARDMORE CASE.
W It. Woods i t tired S'Jl II street.
N H.. Ardinoie Okla.. says: "Time has
not changed my opinion of Doau'
Kidney I'llls and I still think as high-
Is of them aa I did several years ago
wl.en 1 gave a testimonial In (heir
I lavor i siiiiereii inmost constantly
t rum backache and was caused con-
l sldcrable nniioynnce by the lrregula''
action of the kidney secretions. I know
-l it If I dhl not take the trouble In
i line it would result seriously and as
I hail heard a groat deal about Doan's
Kidney Pills. 1 resolved to try them.
I procured a box at the City Drug
Store and found them to he all that
was claimed for them. They relieved
the pain In my back and corrected
I the action of my Mdney secretions.
From that time to i'iIs my kldnoys
have been strong and have done thel"
Wi I. propi-rlv therebv giving me coti-
off tho table; 1 shirt bosom mined;
2 handfiils of whiskers pulled out; 10
cents worth of sticking plaster bought
besides spending $12N'.1".
Got t votes (myself father and 2
brothers) nnd have come to the con-
clusion that there aro more liars to
the square Inch ilurlng tho campaign
than at any other time. Wish Uio
next man much success and Joy.
Baby Morphine Fiends
Are made by nil soothing syrups and
baby medicines that contain opium
i are narcotics McGce's Itaby F.llxlr
contains no injurious or narcotic
drugs of any kind. A sure and safe
'cure for disordered stomachs liowels
n...l rniriil.j ut.ln..11.1 In. lnlVilt.T-
.11111 II lUtilllvon fu- ii... .... . . .....r
Infants. Sold by F. J. Uamsey.
Cold drinks Ico cream shcrbcrt.
tans and music each evening nt The
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 60, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 6, 1908, newspaper, August 6, 1908; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc80816/m1/4/: accessed December 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.