The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 126, Ed. 1, Friday, October 23, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore Friday October 23 1908
The Daily Ardmoreite
ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING CO.
Sidney Suggs President.
AinU. id at the I'owolllco nt Ardmore
ns Second-Class Matter.
Of ficial Paper for Carter County
If it Ii :n the Ardmoreite If. la legal
The Dally Ardmoreite.
One Wick H
Otin Mntuli CO
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The Weekly Ardmoreite.
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Ardmore. Friday October 23 1Wt
WILLIAM JCNNINGO BRYAN.
FOi; Mi K PHKSIUKNT
JOHN WORTH KERN.
Fir tinted SUtra S-nttor
T. P. GORE.
For United StAtet CoogrHmrin
CHAS. D. CARTER.
r i-i rem Court Judge
R. I. WILLIAMS.
Tor OvorsUoii CommU.loiinr
A. P. WATSON.
F r .s .vt StrtUMor (BlghlBunUi DIs-
HARRY K. ALLEN.
F r H irenuUe (Darter County)
JOHN R. WHAYNU
W. F. GILMER.
i .-'-publican lock of campaign r
t 'it iiium. bo fulling low Indeed
w ' ii a lnulor of Senator BevnrilKe'
u.ii ! ufttT travolInK Mil the way to
OiUutiouni on ii flml tioUilntr more
i i iini'iil to my than to iIIacum stair
iniiHtioiiH mill local Issues iiboiit
which Hry member of IiIm audience
lillUUH morn tlrtlll lio UHll pOKHlllly
know. TIiIm U mipposcd to lio ;i mi'
tlomil cuiiiimIkii. Tho iiuiMtlou at Is-
Nile IS HtlpplHH'd to lio which of till'
two ttrttit ih'irtluM Hti.ill bo entrusted
with the control of till) UUliotllll kv
crumcut for tli" next four yeninAVhut
lias tin- Olilat.onm ilUpciimiry or tlio
Oklahoma text book couiiiiIkmJou to do
witli tlio gront ipiestlous of nalloiHil
liolicii'H to ho deturmluod on tlio tlirltl
of nrxt inontli.
iiil If Scimtor Heverldne nniNt din
ciih iin-HtloiM irtlnont iilono to Ok
lalioii a wouldn't It look u little ln-tlt'r
for .i man with IiIm hihihIIiih ami rcpu
1 to routine himself to the record
iu.tt al of i mi kin statements ih.il
an falsi' anil must be ltumllalely
discovered to b fnUt) in Inrestlgu-
tloi At Uorth-stllle Saturday nltrlU.
!.ihii Bcvwldg declared Umi' the
Mate of InUlaiM Iikb h cml met with
Wli'tlrr Ihxtk Corn jinny whereby tliy
weW -.ciiiing for tho Mchool children
i' Indlanii tho First Crude Whiwder
It' .i'ti r oior ton cents lc. t li scciKid
llcitlcr or tell (fill 1in tho sucoud
thai i cider fur fifteen ci-nt ihh Uu.ii
Is I" uil paid by tile people of OkUl
lain a under the contract made by tin
Kliltl' text book C4HIMIltlHI. HolllltOI
ll'. verldgo lives III Indiana hihI yot.
ilt'Sit(- hi 'leclarntlou I'. A. Cotton
Sinn Superintendent ot Public In
ku action semis tti fnlloAliiw tole-
i ram In rwiKmae to a iiiory from
i'lati' SuixTliiUtHlwit CametMii of
luvler 3tedfr "wivo nit Mdoiitfil
s furt Ittvr oyldeiic of Senwlor
H'M ridKo' iRtiorHiiiM or dupMulty.
i.- following tHiegmm frtn NS'. II
!i- I'liT a nil Coitiiiy to th iHrlit
i u ii iit in gtvun. "Sonnlor lttveriilo'ii
e'i nt 1b blntly imtnip
iii i'l.T rwidt'ru are lint imisl In
to I'.ni.i mid uovvr wiri' w!oltxl ir
fi .'I for atloptlon thre. We guar
.(ii u' i hat th Okbilioma tviaM and
i xc iitnK' price of th WJiet-ler road
l is an- the loweat retail U)u UMiwiigt'
li.i' i s at whlhc tho rtrndi-ra itro aold
Mr. Taft aeorna U think or Mot-
to liink tluU tho irowltl(Mi of Mr.
Iloaii to guarantee tjio inotioy or
it-KK-lt4r W but little aliort of nil
nrrhy. Now Mr. Taft'a jilittt Is tor
tho Kovenuneut to estbllah immKhI
Intr iMtnka. l)y this iiihiui whlo!
hi' proposoa tho dopoltT will take
Jils irnmey ito the pout ino and
)invo It onturod In hU Ux)k. like the
lianli ami tlio money that 11m pot-
olllce rerlvM from the il'pmitnr
svlll ho doiHMiltixl In the mttloiml
TianltB of tlie country; horo lit where
Mr Taft'H nrKiitnont U 'torn to tat-
ters nnil rlddlo to hred. After tho.
poorrUi' lioa rccchtd Uiis money
from the pooplo they do not 'urn
ono dollar of that money over U
tho bank until they have a guar
anee ihMt wrery dollar will he rt
turned to the KOTerrnnwit.Now If th-
Rorernmont dnnaoda a jrnanint
before Utoy m-UI dopolt tholr own
roonoy in a tmtlotial bank why
ahouM not tho deiHor havo a
Biinmnteo when l dopoMa hla all
In tho bank? It la a well known taot
that the tllfformt baiika Ut tho
jroTornmont doHBnntea aa dapoaH"-
rim In which Uw commwt fiinda
aro doiKialtwl for the benefit of
tMrciilailofi Bimrantew Trry dollar
trf It. Now why ahottM not tho In-
dlrklimt aa well aa tlio govenimont
'Hi In nil irooa to ahow that tho
roptitilknna hae no den to mako
to the jxfipli. and that I hey havo
Ik-ii unai. to aiiHwer any of th
iJimikm rat If arK'nii' ii's
ATTORNEY IS READY
COUNTY WEIGHER QUESTION 13
POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OF
Th hMr of ten o'clock thla morn-
ing waa at for tho houririK of tho
brief of the county attorney by tho
Ixmrd of ominty aHniiilaaloiiera. The
farmer- union of tho county U
not Nlenaod with tho jnothodB of
tho ominty weigher and they nro
aaklnic to laivo mat tent rouiCMlled.
They will brliiK ouster pnweodltiKs
If they feol tlKit they can 1m.- auc-
ceaaful In tho matter. Tlio uufstlon
Ik entirely n new one and tho prob-
lem la a dllllcult ono for tho com-
mlaaloners to holvo. Thoy hnvo nak
oil the county attorney to brief
the quoatlon and aubtnlt It to tliein.
The attornoy la ready with hla re-
IKKt but tho oreeka of tho county
are up and the commlatiwinora could
not meet here thin morning. Mr.
Spirally 'phoned to Deputy Clerk
Duke Uwt Caddo Crook waa too high
to bo oroaaeil and stated that the
eominlaalonorn iwuld not meoL No
date 1ms boon sot for tho hoarlnn.
SOLD WOOD HERE.
Mrs. O'Brien Addn0 Several Hund-
red Acres to Her Farm at
Mra. Knto Oilrlen Is hero today
rrom Ituaaott. Hho Iiiih ii rom;mny
of (leriniin fnnnors on her I.mhIh
(mat of horo ntul put them to wrk
thla winter olenrltiK land to add
aevimil liuiidriNl acroa to her farm.
Sho cnnie here to find a market Tor
the wood tlmt will be cleared from
the hind. An nrriiiiKctimnt wua made
whereby IVnlrd Iln.. of thla city will
Ht n Mtlpulnted prlco purclnifco all
Hie wood ahe hux ror anlo. The new
dt-al eimblea the tlernuina to bo on
Ployed nil tho winter nt a salary o.
alKHit tiwo dollar a day.
U M. Varrell. uwiuiger of tin- Dill-
laa Ikhiw. for t. uIUtui I'lre Hose
Mfg. Co.. ww 1()(v n)
a vlallor at the Ardnior. n
le..aru.ienl. I. m.-a he former l
lived In .loplln. Mo. ami in HpMMn
of fire equipment auld that town had
adopted the auto milflilneiy ami (
evpena f H wUttMo (f ( (
rlea had ainiui(e (( f rlt) t( 0()
l'r month. The low adopt.1 n
a.VHium by piecemeal and It nae Mich
wieh goiHl aiitlafatcinu Unit the auto
triieka represent the only Mud of
machinery l0 town tins all otin
hnvliiit been aJKindoned.
DenlMin Touu. Oct. 22 Thcr 1
wore many frightened people In IX .
lon yoH'ordny nlnnit n o'clock p nt
A toniado iloud imnBed west ni'd
northweat of the oJty. The clou I
dipped m low that It Jiifct skimnud
Uio wonteru jKirtlon of the town.
It wh to Ited river vatlc and
haa probably done aouio dnnia. o On
the ltlace of Horuian ltldder the
chimney wb blewn awnv and a
nvrge hayniick waa lifted Into the
air ami seenM to dlapiHar In the
haul whloh was revolving with
HAS SMALL CYCLONE.
Tlanonilngo. Okla.. Oct. Soin
(btuaj-e has ieen done to e 1 .
thla aectlon by high waters '. i i
tu prwk la the highlit In Its his- m
No railroad bridge are out in i'H
aectlon. A Hock Island tram w.ts
detiMiriM through here KHlay on ae
count of the wtahoitt to the north
A fctnall cycllne vlalted a small an a
of country three mile north of here
One farm houae waa bkiwn away nnd
several olhera damagixl. No lives were
loat and none weio seriously injure '
Piles Cured In 6 to H Days f
I'A'.O OINTMKNT U guaranteed to
cure any oae of Itching blind bleed 1
Ing or protruding Plies In C to 11
days or money refunded. 60c.
OKIiAIIOMV CONGRESSMAN TO
LEAVE HERE TONIGHT.
WILL JOIN KERN SPECIAL
Indiana Ii In Bryan Column and Hli
Election Very probable Letter
From Doolln Inspires Hope.
.... President's Letter.
lion. Chaa. 1). Carter oongreaamnii
from the fourth Okkihonai dlaUlc.
will lonro hla own cnudldacy In the
hande of the democrat of tho stn'i.
ami will learo hero at midnight to
night fur ItMlHUiapollB. Intl.. whero he
Ima loen nmmonetl by the national
democratic commltoe. Mr. Carter will
tour Indiana In a apcll train with
vlco prealdentlnl rnndl-date Kern am.
other ilomocratc apwikora. Mr. Cat
tor Is ono of tho most rorcofu
Wjionkora In tho United Stntiw nnd
IiIh Horvlcon to tho party In Indiana
will bo appreciated by tho democrata
In ovnry aoctlon of tho union. Indi
ana will Imj In tho democratic col
umn 'when tho votes nro counted
Tuefcday night Nov. n. Mr. Carte
waa In good aplrlta twlay ts he
waa arranging nome of his private
matters so that he could loavo on
this trip. He la very hopeful for
domocratlc success. Ho sons In tho
HooRovolt letter to Knox that tho re-
publican nntlonnl committee lias not
received the funds It expected from
Wall Btreet nnd In tho president's
efforta to forco the street In lino
with plenty of dough to purchase
the olectlon ho has driven every
lalior voto from tho ranks of tho
republican party. Mr. Carter has a
letter from John Do-dln who Is with
tho national commlttco at Chicago
which makes him feol ovon moro
hopeful of democratic success this
fall In tho nation. Tho letter fol-
lows. Olllce of the Treasurer Chicago 111.
October 20 1008.
Mr. Clmrleh Carter. Ardmore Okln.
.My Dear Sir: I am having mail-
ed to you under separnt0 cover
buttons literature etc. which I
trust will bo of assistance to you
In this campaign.
Tlio prospect aro very bright for
Mr. lrrynn's election In 'net thoro
Is scarcoly a doubtful stato In tho
union In which tho republicans have
not a factional fight and this to-
gether with tho fact that tho ilom-
ocrata throughout the country nro
nulled and are working to ono
great end. nnd that Is victory
lends uio to bellevo that wo will bo
niicceish.ii this fall.
I do not know of any partic-
ular new to rlw ou at this time
A TEARING TERRIBLE COUGH
lm-aLi imK-nding pen!. ContUnt counhint! initatci anil mflamci the
lunj(i. invilinit llie rvJint! atlacli ol deadly diwatc. Pmo't Cute loolhri
and licali llie mflamnl ludacn clean tlie clovcd aii pauagei and topj
tlir ciiugli The fit it doie will buna iuipning iclwf PUo'a Cure has
held tlie rnnfulrnce el rupleetrryw)ieie lor halt acentuiy. No mailer
how kiioui and obilinale llie nature ol your cold or how many remc.
diej hate lailed you can lie convinced by a lair trial that the ideal le.
mt-dy lor tucli condition! it
ROBISON OPERA HOUSE
BerjinniriG Monday Nifiht Oct. 26
and continuing all wecK
RENTFROW'S BIG STOCK CO.
The "Jolly Pathindes'
PrescntiiiK n llepertolre of High Class Succesn
The Great MilKy Way
Change of play Specialties nnd Pictures each night.
Two ladles admitted on one 'IOe paid ticket on Monday
and Tuesday nights if roierved at I.on Frame's Drug Store
before tl p m. either day.
Bargain Matinee Wednesday 10 cents
Prices 10c 20c and 30 Cents
'ixccpt that It Is ny l.one t opinion
utid belief that Mr llrjan will bo
tho next proHlik'tit of tho lulled
I Yours verv frnlv.
j. n. nooi.iN.
THE EARLY DAYS.
Governor Johnston Lost Whole Flock
(Sovornor 1). H. Johnston of thu
Chlekaaw na'lon was In the city
hiat night. Ho llkea to visit Ard-
more and on every trip herw he Is
prevailed upon to move to Ardmore.
Talking with n bunch of fi lends last
night at tho Whlttlngton tho gov-
ernor nald ho had never been n
wltneaa l many ciiih-s In tho federal
courts. Tho people huro hav nlways
rtrlod to suttlo tholr differences with-
out going to court. Ifut on one oc-
onalou tho governor said the viola-
tion of tho hiw waa too flagrant
to overlook and he hod a man nr
routed. Ills nolghbor visited his pas-
ture and stole his entire flock of
shoop. Tho governor s hands follo
ed tho alieoji and found them shut
up In alio barn of the man who had
taken thorn and the follow waB
thoro with a sharp knife changing
tflllt Tmirlf . m-iiri' f.t A ivtirfnnl 1
was awoni out ami tho fellow was
placed under arrest. He was taken
to Muskogee the nearest placo ol
holding court. When the witnosso..
wont to appear against him thu
prisoner wan sick and had boon re-
tnovel to a lumber yarxl whero ho
could get sonio air. While lying In
ono ot tho nlslcs of tho piles ot
lumber otno loy8 b'gan chaslm
a pet sheop alwut tho premises
and tli0 sheep ran over the sick
man again reminding him of tho
wholo flock of sheep ho had wrong-
fully taken In tho Chickasaw na-
tion. At tho trial tho man waa
proved guilty In fact ho had no
ovldenco to produce but tho Jury
took compassion on him and turncu
him loose. Tho governor snld tha
was tho extent of his oxporlenco as
a wltnexa In tho federal courts In
tho early days of this country.
Fifty Years a Btacxsmlth.
Samuel It. Worley ot Illxburg
Va. has been shoeing horses for
moro than flftv years. Ho says:
"Chamberlain's Pain Ilnlm has giv-
en me great relief from lame back
and rheumatism. It Is tho best lini-
ment I ever used." For sale by F.
J. Hamsey and Hoffman Drug Co.
SHOW AT ROaiSON OPERA
HOUSE ALL NEXT WEEK-
LADIES FREE TWO NIGHTS
lleglnnlng with next Momho
night's performance of tho thrilling
drama. "The Client Milky Way" Kent-
frow's big stock company the "Jolly
Pathfinders." will open a week's on-
'gagoineiit at the Itohlsou Theatre
T'is Htcrllii!; company Is well known
to rdmore theatre-goers and dining
Cram Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder adds to
the healthfulness of all risen flour-foods and
makes the food lighter sweeter finer-flavored
Made from pure Grape Cream of Tartar.
No alum. No lime phosphates.
lU fol.nier visit In this city establish-
ed Itself a prime favorite and plnyed
to and pleased crowded houses night-
ly and from tho nlready heavy ad-
vance salo of tickets It Is predicted
that standing room will be nt iv pre-
mium next week. Tho play selected
for this engagement are all high class
successes. Tho opening play "Thu
Great Milky Way" is without doubt
one of the most powerful and Intense-
ly Interesting plays over written es-
pecially Is Ihls true of tho stock ex-
change scene iwhlch Is exciting nnd
compares favorably with a similar
scene In tho grent play "Tho Pit"
and as ilhodiiced by Uio Hentfrow
company Is such a presentation as
ono might expect nt tho hands of a
high priced metropolitan company.
Tho company numbers 252 people
Including a superb band nnd operatic
orchestra. A car load of scenery
proiiertles and mechanical and electri-
cal effects aro carried for tho proper
presentation of tho different plays.
Tho valdevlllo features between acts
aro new novl and up to date. On
Monday night In conjunction with thu
above tho great moving picture film
"Tho Passion Play" will bo present-
ed. Thoro will bo a complete change
of program each night. Monday and
Tuesday nights mill bo ladles nights
two ladles will bo admitted on ono
.10 cent paid ticket If reserved nt tho
Ardmoro Drug Co. before C p. in.
cither day. Popular prices 10 20 anil
BILLUP MADE FRIENDS
COUNTY JUDGE I. R. MASON AND
REV. J. W. SIMS OUTSPOKEN
FOR STATE AGENCY
County Judge I. R. Muon said this
morning "Before Senator llllliips
camo hero I inua 'brutally' opposed to
the stato agency law but that man
has convinced mo that he 's in ear-
nest sincere and honest In his efforts
to provide Oklahoma with a model
liquor law and while the bill ns pass-
ed needs some changes 1 seo that
Mr. Blllups realizes the changes that
aro needed and will mnko them and
us for mo I am going to voto for his
Rev. J. W. Sims of the Broadway
Methodist church said "I am going
to vote for tho stnto agency."
The friends of prohibition In this
stato huvo eas their most valualmle
ally Senator Blllups. Ho is a Chris-
tian gentleman who is working heart
mid soul to model a liquor bill for Ok-
lahoma that iwJU bo adopted In the
other states and thinking people who
nro prohibitionists :uo not going to
cast their votes to discourage the
movement in Oklahoma aagalnst the
open salo of hjuor.
Some ot tho best people In this
state at times need whisky In their
homes. When they make a purchase
thoy do not want to come In contact
with the bootlegger and do not wnnt
to use his vile stuff for medical pur-
Kises They would rather go to tho
state ngency and make their pur-
chases aa openly ns thoy would buy a
bill of groceries and feol as good over
Many ieoplo In the country dis-
tricts need lliiuor for medical pur-
k)scs and they represent tho largor
number of porsous who aro patrons
of the ngency.
Is the agoncy doing any harm has It
harmed you? Certainly It has not.
Ttbeu why voto to take It tawny from
tho man. who does want It?
DoWltt's Carbollzed Witch Ha-
zel Salvo Is tho bett salvo for
piles ilo Bitro you get DoWltt's
Sold by W. B. Frame.
NoTii. There arc many mixture made In Imi-
tation ol linking ponder which it is pru-
dent to avoid. They arc lower in price
than pure powders nut they are niado
from alum. Alum in food is poisonous.
To tho Mayor and City Council of
tho City of Ardmore Oklahoma.
We the undersigned citizens Mid
property owners residing on Sixth
Avenue beginning ad A Street
Northeast nnd extending to K
Street Northwest hereby petitlo..
your honorablo body to tako such
ateps as tho law authorizes In order-
ing sidewalks constructed on Bald
LILLIAN S. COBB.
MRS. ML T. FELKEU.
W. C. DBW1TT.
W. R. SELVIDOE.
V. B. TAItVER.
J. A. ALEXANDER.
C. C. JONES.
T. J. JONES.
I. H. C.IUFFIN.
E. I GOODMAN.
MltS. E. J. MARTIN.
H. A. I.EDBETTER.
J. D. LANE.
MRS. LENA FIELDER.
. B. (W. DUKE.
Be It resolved by the City Coun
cil of the City of Ardmore Okla-
! homa that pursuant to a petition
j signed by moro than ten citizens
and property owners on Sixth Ave-
nue beginning at A "reot. North-
east and extending to Iv street
Northwest In said City asking that
( sldowalks bo put in on said street
I or nventie. It Is 'lereby order 1 1
thati tho said sidewalks aro nccos-
ary and that tlio property owners
on said Street aro horoby ordered
to proceed to put down ooncroto
fddowalks within ton days from this
dato and Uoii their fnlluro to do
so within snld tlmo that tho Cltj
Council will ndvortlso for bids nnd
put snld sidewalks In and chargo
tho samo to tho adjoining proportj
Passed nnd approved this tho 19th
day of October 190S.
J. R. PENNINGTON
G. If. BRUCE. City Clerk.
First Published Oolober 23rd 190S.
Whenover you havo a cough or
cold Just remember that Foloy's
Honey and Tar will cure It. Do
not risk your health by taking any
but thog enulne. It Is In n yollow
package. For salo by all druggists.
EXPECTING STORK'S VISIT
IOWA PHYSICIAN HURRIES TO
PARIS TO ATTEND DUCHESS
..... . OF CMAL" Nr.fsj
Contorvlllo Iowa OcL 23. Dr. .1.
L. Sawyers ContcrvUle's most prom-
inent phyMcInn and surgeon lias
been summoned to Paris to nttenu
th0 Duchess of Chaulness who Is
oxpected to become a mother soon
after Nov. 10th.
Tho duchess Is a daughter of T.
P. Shonts nnd was formerly a Con-
Kodol Is a combination of tho
nnturnl dlgestlvo Juices and it di-
gests all classes of food anil every
kind of food so you seo it will do
tho work that tho Btomach Itself
does. Sold by W. B. Franio.
Stump Ashby will speak nt tho'
court houso tonight at S o'clock. j
To tho Mayor and City Council of
tho City of Ardmore Oklahoma:
We tho undersigned citizens Mid
property owniers on Second Avenuo
Southwest from C Street to 1
Streot Southwest hereby respectful-
ly petition your Honorable Body to
c.auso a cement sidewalk fee:
wide to bo laid on both sides of
said Second Avenue Southwest fron
C Street to U Street and to tako
such ntops as tho law authorizes to
havo said sidewalks constructed
THE ARDMORE REALTY CO.
(By F. B. McEIroy Mgr.)
IX)N M. FRAME.
MARY B. REDWINE.
H. E. WILLIAMS.
M. E. HAYS.
WM. J. LEECH.
GEO. W. CONKLIN.
C. B. McCLUSKY.
ETTA E. MAHAFFEY.
"VVM. H. McNEAL.
S. E. PRIDDY.
E. M. HILL.
W. K. MITCHEUj.
W. C. CANTERBURY.
Bo It resolved by tho City Coun-
cil of tho City of Ardmore Okla-
homa that pursuant to a petition
signed by moro than ton citizens
nnd proporty owners on Second Av-
enuo Southwest from C Street to
R Street Southwest in said City
asking that sidewalks bo put In on
said avenuo It Is hereby ordered
that tho said sidewalks aro neces-
sary and that tlio property owners
on said avenuo aro horoby ordered
to proceed to put down concrete
sldowalks within ton days from this
dato nnd upon their fnlluro to do
so -within snld tlmo thnt tho City
Council will advertise for bids and
put said sidewalks In Mid chargo
tho samo to tho adjoining property
Passed and approved this tho 19th
day of October 190$.
J. R. PENNINGTON
O. H. BRUCE City Clerk.
First Published October 23rd 190S.
Vermont's New Senator.
. Tho secretary of tho commercial
I club woro a broad biiiIIo this morning
.when tho Ardtnorolto man dropped In
and It was all over a llttlo telegram
which ho had received from Judgo I.
L. Peatl who makes his winter homo
Tho telegram read. "U. S Senator
from Vonnont C. S. Page Hydo
Ex-Governor Pago was a closo per-'
j sonnl friend of tho secretary during
ins six years resnionco in tho Green
Mountain Stato nnd It is with a feel-
ing of Joy thnt ho learns tho suc-
cessful outcome of a fight of years
against tho jiolltlcal machltio of tho
state. Judgo Pearl and Gov. Pago live
In adjoining towns In Lamolllo coun-
ty ami aro lifelong friends.
For Chronic Jlarrhoea.
"Whilo In tho army In 1SC3 I was
taken with chronic diarrhoea" says
Georgo M. Felton of South Gibson
I'a. "I havo since tried many rem-
edies but without nny permanent
rollof until Mr. A. W. Miles of
this placo persunded mo to try
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera nnd
Diarrhoea Remedy ono bottlo of
which stopped it nt ouco." For
snlo by F. J. Ramsey nnd Hoffman
Drug Co. w
Stump Ashby will speak at tho
court houso tonight nt S o'clock.
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 126, Ed. 1, Friday, October 23, 1908, newspaper, October 23, 1908; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc80879/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.