The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 133, Ed. 1, Sunday, November 1, 1908 Page: 1 of 8
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REGISTER THIS WEEK IF YOU WANT TO CAST A VOTE IN TUESDAY'S ELECTION
Try the New ProcsM
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ARDMOltE OKLAHOMA SUNDAY MOKNINCi XOVKMIittk I 11)08
A Most Hearty Welcome to
All OKlahoma Club Women
THAT FASHIONS UKIGN HEUB HAS BEEN' FORCIBLY 1LLUS-
T RATED. It bus beon a matte r of much Interest and prido with us that
tho women of Ardmoru have equal opportunitins to the New York or
Chicago women in malting lier preparations for entertaining the club
women of Oklahoma and tho coming week will demonstrate; that the
Ardmore woman who made her preparations through her home motehant
will compare most favorably with the best circled women of ti.e week.
Visiting club women will lind on display fashions latest dictates in all
that it new and correct for this seasons dress.
Mail orders promptly tilled express charges prepaid.
I'o will's Ct'lc-linilftl (Jlovcs
An Kliilioriile Display
of llldli Cltisv Fur
DR. PAUL OF SULPHUR HAS
EVER PRESENT FEAR OF RE-
SULT OF ELECTION.
Sulphur Okla. Oct. 31. C. D.
Paul a straight Jacket blue stock-
ing ropubllcan from Iowa on Ills de-
parture for Des Molncs tilts morning
to vote confessed himself uneas
very uneasy about tho outcome
of tho national campaign. Ho Is
nfrald hi i own stato will go demo-
cratic on account of a hopeless di
vision in tho republican party In
"I am going homo to vote'' said
Dr. I'aul 'and boost for my party
on election day and help to keep
old Iowa In tho republican ranks
nut 1 am uneasy about Iowa. It
looks at times to mo as It Dry an
Is going to bo tho winner and
I find that thero Is a general un-
easlnw throughout tho republican
party. It Is my opinion and tho
opinion of business men generally
doniocratB and republicans alike
that if Brynn wero to bo elected
thero would follow a contraction
nnd stagnation In business. Tho bur-
den of this stagnation would fall
hoavlc t upon tho farmer and stock-
raiser. Dut Dryan Is tho-ldol of
this class of our citizenship and
they aro going to voto for him.
Even If they knew calamities moro
dlro than contraction and stagna-
tion in business would befall them
they will voto for Dryan. Even tho
Jemocratlc buslnet men who freely
confess that they aro afraid business
calamities would follow tho election
of Bryan aro out boosting for hint
i and nre going to voto for him. It
Is this determlnatloa on tho part
of so many to voto for Dryan
let conic what will that Is mnklng
us republicans shako in our boots.
Subscribe for tnp AramoreltB.
Everyone Gets a Premium that Trades at
On the First Monday in November.
Wo are going to place on sale at 10 o'clock a. m. lfiO Men's Suits in Cabinets 8 9 and 10 at
2f) per cent discount. These are broken lots but nice clean suits in Fancy Worsted Cheviots
and Black Unfinished Worsteds.
25 Per Cent Discount on 150 Suits
5.00 Fancy Suits for
7.50 Fancy Suits for
10.00 Fancy Suits for
12.50 Fancy Suits for
15.00 Fancy Suits for
7.50 Black Suits for
12.50 IJInok Suits for
15.00 Black Suits for
Going out of the Shoe Business and Must Have Room to
Put in a Children's Suit Dept. For Spring and Summer
. Wo offer you beginning Monday Nov. 1st. our entire stock ef
Men's-IIIigh Grade Shoes (100 pair at tho following prices' just at tho beginning of tho shoo season
Follow-craft 3.50 Shoo for 2.75
Ralstod Health -1.00 Shoe for 3.25
Nottleton 5.50 and (1.00 shoe for '1.50 Those
shoes aro the very best made new and frosh
from tho factory.
Sale Begins Next Monday at 10 O'clock
TREADWELL $ CO.
The Store That Saves You Money
One Lot of Hawes $3.00 Hats for $2.25
BRYAN'S APPEAL TO PEOPLE
THREATS WILL NOT SUCCEED
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Winchester Ind. Oc. '1 In Jfappcal to the public issued by W.
J. Dryan today containing six hundred words the candidate outlines
the democratic principles as contained in the Denver platform and de
"The Democratic party appeals to the awakened conscience of the
nation to the sense of justice In the human heart and to the grow-
ing desire for brotherhood. The attempt to terrorize the Amerian
voter by threat of a panic will not succeed. Wc have had three pan.
Ics In forty-five years two of whlc h came under High tariff and each
under republcan presidents."
Speaking of Taft the democratlccandldate says:
"He has the aid of the army of offlce holders the support of all
monopolies and law destroying trusts a large campaign fund and most
of the leading newspapers."
Mr. Dryan's appeal closes with a protest against the president us.
Ing that office as a party or personal asset and the statement that
"the people should be absolutely free to choose whom they p. ase."
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OF THE STATE
FIVE THOUSAND PEOPLE HEARD
THOMPSON RAISES FIGURES
Says That After the Tour of the State
on the Special Train That Bryan's
Majority Will Be More Than
BRYAN PLEADS FOR INDIANA
AND ILLINOIS VOTE.
TAFT STILL IN NEW YORK
The Eighty-One Elector.il Votes of
these Three States If They Go
the Same Way Will Decide
This Year's Election
'Hartlesvllle Okla. Oct. 31. Govor-
nor Haskell Corporation Commission-
Jack Love Stato Chairman J. H.
Thompson and Col. Suggs ot Aru-
nioro finished a sU-days' whirlwind
campaign of Oklahoma with address-
es ringing wltv democracy before- an
audience of 5000 peoplo In Dartlcs-
During tho bIx days tho party haB
been out In tho People's Okiaiioma
Hrynn Special they havo traversed
tho state from tho southwest corner
to tho northeastern border and ev
erywhere tho loyal Oklahoma demo-
crats havo responded to their call
Speches wero mado in forV"v"
towns In tho six days and more than
two thousand miles wero traveled.
Tho Inst day's trip started at Vln-
Ita nt daylight and siechc3 wen
mado at Miami. Afton. Claremore.On
lagan I.nlala Wntova Nowntn l)cv
ey IVartlesvlllo and Coffoyvllle
In every community visited tho
democrats wero actlvo nnd confident
nnd they will Increase tho domo-
crntlc majority of a year ngo.
Stato Chairman Thompson declar
ed tonight that after this trio over
tho stato ho bolloved that his former
estimate of 10.000 majority Is too
OH ! LISTEN TO
"CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS" RE
PUBLICANS MAKE EXCUSES
SECOND STATEMENT OUT
Now York N. V. Oct. 31. Now
York Indiana nnd Illinois repre-
senting 81 electoral votes and still
regarded as doubtful states were
today tho sceno of tho final des-
pcrato fighting on tho last day of
tho last week of tho political cam-
paign. Taft continued his tour of Now
York today closing with a Hpocch
at Rochester tonight.
firyan hs today devoted Ills tlmo
to Indiana as did Kern nnd spoko
to tho voters ot Chicago tonight
Secretary of Stato Root and .las.
S. Sherman tho republican nominee
for vlco president dovotod today
In Now York City whom Sherman
left lato this afternoon for Kings
ton whero ho Is to deliver an ad-
Hearst Hlsgon nnd other Inde
pondenco party men address a "mass
meeting hero tonight.
Chafln nnd Wntklns aro speaking
nt Chicago and Detroit respectively
while Debs In his "Ited Special" Is
still In Wisconsin.
ARGUMENT BEGINS MONDAY
White House Alarmed at Possible Re
suits of the Rockefeller Incident
Causes President to Get Busy
Washington D. C Oct. 31. A sec-
ond statement regarding tho prefer-
ence of Rockefeller for Tnft was Is-
sued from tho Whlto House today.
It says In part:
"Tho president has received numer-
ous letters nnd telegrams showing
this to bo a trick of IXockcfeller's
" JAMES KERR DEAD.
Philadelphia Pa. Oct. 31. James
Kerr democratic national committee
man from Pennsylvania dim! early to
day nt his homo In Now Rochollo
doubtless made by agreement with
tho democratic party but It will fall
Republicans Are Alarmed.
Chlcngo 111. Oct. 31. Thero Is n
denial tlinl republican leaders aro
alaniKMl ovor tho possible results ot
tho Rockefeller Incident In which tho
Standard Oil magnate comes out op
enly for Taft. The sentiment ngalns
the Standard Is so strong In tho west
eru nnd central statea that It may
havo an Important bearing upon tho
result next Tuesday. Tho Rockefeller
statement is considered a death blow
to Hearst's campaign canard ho
having ropeatodly charged collusion
between tho Standard company nnd
tho democrats. Kspeclally through
tho doubtful states aro tho domoerats
elated nnd several states nro being
flooded with circular letters contain-
ing n copy of tho Intervlow with
Rockefeller In which ho mado tho
statement that ho would support
It will PAY YOl' to iit our store Monthly.
Mention's Tnlriim Powder 1 5c-
Aliens 'I'll It'll in IWdor !J for JOt
Nieo I'onrl Muttons for only 2c
llruss Curtain Polos nil fixtures 10r
W ire Ilnir Uiits f()o kind for 35c
One- lot l.f( Kid Cloves pari 89i
All :5..') l.oim Kid (! loves at $2.98
1 .."() Long Silk (.loves for 98c
Wry lli'xt Dress Calico 5
Outing l'Mannel nice grade h J2o
inch Hrown Domestic 5c
Ainoskcau I'Vntlier Tick for I5i
Very Most Outing Flannel now colors lOe
I'xst Hod Seal Dress (linglinnis JOi
SKIHT SPECIAL wo will havo anothor skirt special for
Special values in Ladies Tailored Suits for lirst Monday
be sure to see them.
More New Tailored Suits.
BOTH PROSECUTION AND DE
FENCE IN MORSE-CURTIS
TRIAL REST CASE
New York Oct. 31. Iiolh tho pros
ecution and defense In tho trial of
O. V. .Morse and A. M. Curtis charged
with violating the federal "banking
law rested their cases early this afternoon.
Court then adjourned until Monday
when tho concluding arguments will
bo made. This should place the cine
In tho Jury's hands by Monday night
HEARD BY CIRCUIT COURT AT
FREIGHT RATE REDUCTION
It. V. Dick chairman of the
speakers' bureau of tho democratic
Btate committee Is In tho city to
spend Sunday with his family. Prac
tlcally nil tho work of tho commit-
too Is finished and Mayor Dick feels
that llryun will carry Oklahomn by
fifty thousand and will win tho elec-
tion In tho United Stntos Tuesday.
Hugh C. Jones' from the cement
works nt Ada was an Ardinoro visitor
Win. Johnson and wife ot Ila'tles-
vlllo nro visiting In tho clt.r.
Ruling of Interstate Commerce Com"
mission In Reducing Freight Rate
Nine Cents on Through Ship-
ments Complained of.
Chicago III. Oct. 31. Judges Ca-
ker (irwsscup and Seamon In tho
United States circuit court today
took under ndvlsomont tho complaint
of eleven railroads operating be-
tweon Chlcngo and tho Missouri riv-
er against tho ruling of tho Inter-
state commoreo commission In re-
ducing tho freight rntes between
tho Missouri and Mississippi river
by nine cents por hundred pounds
when applied to through shipments
from tho Atlantic seaboanl.
Mrs. Frank Craft of Denton Texas
after a plensant visit hero with Mrs.
J II Wlndlo em South Washlngtoa
street returned homo yoatorday.
Vote For Bill
Or for William or Hill in fact voto for either ono that you
want olected but when you want yrocerios think of me.
I havo just rucolve;d u frosh shipment of Hienz's bulk
olivos and Hionz's burrol till pickles also a fresh shipment
of tho famous Golden Gate cotloo tea and spices and many
other things that aro good to eat. I also havo yeur Thanks-
giving turkny cranberries colery and everything olso that
is good to eat. Wo havo all kinds of feed stutl wholesalo
W. J. LANE
THE UP TO DATE GROCER.
;jOG and 308 E. Mnlii St. Phone 247 unel 441
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