The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 133, Ed. 1, Sunday, November 1, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Sunday November 1 1908.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
DEMOCRATS AF1E IN THE SADDLE
IN STATE SAYS CHA8. CARTER
INDIANS ELOQUENCE HEARD
Indiana Democratic Papers Uoost
Carter ni Republicans Make an
Appeal to Republicans to Over-
come His Logic
' Mix llimisuml dollar to flvn tlmue-
mi I thai llryaii carries Imlluim. '
'I li.it .1 placard pliif.Ml In lilg letters
in it hotil In tliu capital of Iiulliiiiii.
Ami no takers. Tlmt allows tlio !!-
I hi; ' nf tliu rHinilillmiiiH in Iiulliiiiii.
Tliat atato Is curtain lor Ilryiui tliUnvl"
f;ill lion. CIiiih. I). Carter roturned
from thai statu liml nlKht and tin'
iiii"j.-uik hi- brings bt tlio inoHt eht'cr
news tlio doinocruts Imvo liml dtir-
liiK tint 1'iitlro catnpiilKU. It Indiana
r(H for llryan thu suinu forces that
place tlmt Htntu In tlio democratic eol-
tun ii will also placo New York In tliu
No speaker w ho lia made Indiana
this year IniH bvuu fmiulit iiulto ho
tianl iih Olinrloy Carter. Thu ropubll-
can papers thoro aro still upvalliii;
to tlio business men of thulr Htato not
to bo lead unity by tlio hiioouIi of Car-
ter. Ills sound doctrines dcllvorod to
thu 'business men's club In Indiana
wim tut convincing Hint all Independ-
ents ami many btislm'ss men who
liavo iilwnyn volod thu repiiblcan
ticket declarod for Ilrynn. IIIh
npieeh on Bttaranteed deposits was ii
winner. Furmers laborers and busi-
ness men In general gnvo heed and
tho plan Iiiih worked ho admirably In
Oklahoma bat U. -wnolo country 1b
lUiiniindlnK thu tiumo law. The ad-
vertisements of Oklahoma State
JtaiikH In tho northern and eafltum
whites uru brliiKliiK thu Idlo money
from those states Into Oklahoma. The
business IntereHtH cannot afford hiicIi
n dt.tl and they too wuut their de-
IhisIIh Kiiaranteed ho that their money
can bo kept at home.
Tlio Warsaw (Indiana- Dally Union
In rnmmontlUK upon Mr. Carter says'
rroinpanylnt; Mr. Kern were a
niinrtmr of thu most prominent nun
before the public III the middle 'went.
('otiRreftimnu Carter of Oklahoma
was one of theee. Mr. Carter In an
Indian. Ho Ih thorouuhly alhe to the
eondltloriH In Oklalioma. rird as Okla-
homa's banking lawn Imvo been Hindu
prominent In tliu campaign and as ho
Ih thoroughly Informed on them he
Ih of courMi onu of thu most Inter
esting men with Mr. Kuril."
At (Ireiienstlc Intl. Mr. Carter
wpolie to thousands of people lie at-
tempted to eloHO his speech
after onu and onu half hours but
tho crowd i oho en iiiiihoo ami asked
him to continue. For rto hourH and
thirty minutes ho snko on tho Issues
huolvml In tho enmpalKti. Many bun-
dredB Htood during tho entlro itpeuoh
among tho latter being a number of
Tho eloquence and logic of thu Ok-
lahoma Indian eongrewimiin caught
the Imllaiilttns and Vr. Carter's visit
to that Mtuto means many moru voleH
in favor of democracy.
Mr. Carter returned hero Friday
night and left yesterday to niaku tunno
GREAT POLITICAL DEMONSTRA-
TION HERE MONDAY NIGHT.
CARTER CRUCE FRANKLIN
Republicans While Frlnhtened Are
Maklnn Dlunders That Place Vic-
tory Within the Grasp of Denv
ocracy this year. With every evi-
dence of victory the democrats will
march to tho (tolls Tuesday morning.
ANSWERS FLYNN'S ASSERTION
THAT TWO MILLION DOLLARS
SCHOOL FUND MISSING
BIG PARADE OF
G. 0. P. HOSTS
SHERMAN AND ROOT REVIEW A
PARADE AT MADISON SQUARE
Tho greatest political demonstra-
tion ever witnessed In Ardmoru will
bo seen hero Monday night. Clms.
I). Carter I.eo Cruco and W. M.
Franklin will bo hero. ICach of thuso
lHeehes through Carter county nnd num j.lV0 Kvn bearing tho burden
night at tli
to speak Monday
AGED MAN TO POOR FARM
CAPTAIN DAIMOND 112 YEARS OF
AGE SEEKS ADMISSION TO
FRISCO POOR FARM
Kan Francisco Oil. OcL Sl.Capt
(). 1-3. I). Diamond aget 111! years
wull known In this city and Oakland
ax a lecturer on health topics nnd
publisher of n vegetarian pamphlet
yesterday applied for admission to
the county iior farm.
Captain Diamond wus born In tho
shadow of Plymouth Hock In HOC
and has been a vegetarian slnco 1828.
QUITS ROAD ENTERS PULPIT.
Durant Traveling Man to Become
Preacher of the Gospel.
Durant Okln.. Oct. 111. Harry F.
llrookH who has been traveling out
of Durant with tho Swift I'acklng
Company ilia tendered bis resigna-
tion and will Join tho Northwest
Texas Methodist conforonco iih n
It Is stated that ho ban mado a
request to the conference to bo
sent Into foreign countries to
preach tho gospel to tho unsaved
and where there It no money consid-
eration nor fluctuation of tho market
of tho campaign. They bnvu left
their homo counties nnd district In
tho bands of oilier democrats mid
bavo boon laltorlng valiantly for tho
success of tho democratic party at
tho polls Tuesday. Tboy will havo
many Interesting things to tell to
local democrats. Tho oitorn houso
lias been secured for this meeting
nnd It goes without saying that tlio
houso will accommodate more peo
ple than It has ever before on any
other occasion. Thoro was never a
tlmo when democracy was so solidly
ctneuted as It Is today. There are
no divisions In tho ranks nnd -
mil voto will lo polled. 'I bo re-
publicans aro frightened out of
their wits and when reducn' to ex-
tremes thu old party Is committing
so tunny blunders on tho ovo of tho
election that democracy has victo-
ry within Its grasp.
Tho parado Monday night will bo
'otto of Interest. Tho first voters will
be prominent In tlio lino and tho red
lights will spread a glow upon beam-
ing fnces of tho most enthusiastic
uml hopeful set of democrats that
ever filed In lino of parade. There
will bo music and marching l'rotty
girls dressed In red whlto nnd
blue will bu In thu line.
Ardmoro has novor had nn oppor-
tunlty before to cast n voto In n na-
tional c-.inipnlgn nnd tho Interest In
the outcome Is Intense. Tho queen
city will roll up Its usual democrat-
ic majority nnd a llttlo more. Voters
who have heretofore been In lino
for republican success aro with ileui-
Strangers club women and home folks will find our store an ideal shopping
place this week. Kvory courtesy will be shown you and many special prices from
every department of the BIG STORK will be olTered you for the week.
til In. Table Linen tb" I On. kind special . ..Ufitf
till In. Mercorl.ed Damask beautiful patterns. R
ctnt regular special
:tii in. Hope llleachiug. this week S
10 I Wenched l'epporwll Sheeting tills week
tl 1 Dlesch lVppoivll Sheeting this
"2 x I'D Sheets a largalu. Note this -week's
3iS In. l'ercnl 12 1-2 c regular special ... !()
-7 In. Flannelette a special for tod
10 In. Flnniieletto with nldo bands 20 o regular
this week yd 15 d
3S In. Mohair nil tho now colorings fiCc values
this weul; lH)d
11 In. llluck Wool Taffeta J100 regular special
this week SLID
1 Ut JC In. Striped Taffeta 1.25 regular spec
1 I ot 30 lu. Satin Striped Taffeta 1.G0 kind
apeclnl SI. 10
I Lot Sbeeron StrlpoJ Taffeta 27 In. and J 1.00
regalnr. All tho now coloring this week per
1 lt Wlmlor Ties 25c regular special . . ;l c4
1 Uit Lsdlch' llandkorchlols 10 and 1.1 c vlut.
tqi 'chil 7d
Lndlt's' l'liiiciKs Chic lloso Jupportcrs tho 50c
kind special :)
1 Ixit Chlldrin s 20c Hose Supporters this
I l-ol I.tullcs1 25c lloif W. nnd D. special this
I Lot Ladles Hose a special this week 7
1 Lot 12 I F.xtra Heavy lllankets $2.00 regular
nnd a goo.l one tbls eek pair 551.05
I l.ot i:tra Sle Comforls regular $1.75
1 Uit Ladles' l'anama Skirts $0.00 regular this
1 Uit ladles' Long Coats assorted colors styles
ami cloths worth $12.50. price this week S8.J5
1 Uit ladles' Img Co.its $15.00 values price this
1 Uil lullos' Fluo Tailored Suits not many to
select from $15.00 and $50.00 values price this
I Lot lAuUm' Fine Tailored Suits $20.00 value
piky this week SI 5.00
1 I .ut Satin Duohotis Skirts values $18.50 to $20.
I Uit Hoys' Swoaters assorted colore and white
$1.00 regula 7)
1 lllg Lot men's $1 Dress Shirts splendid lino
Men's 25c Fancy Hose special 1)
of lutterns price this week 7i)&
Men's nnd Hoys' 30o Holts special 'AS&
Men s and Hoys' 2.1c Belts special 1S
I Uit 50c Four In hand T'es note tlio prleo this
Outhrle Okla. Oct. 31. Statu 13r
iiinlner and Inspector Charles Tayl-r
louiij inauo puuuc an answer to u
Htntemunt mado by Dennis T. Flynn
republican cnndldiito for United Hlules
J-tiutor at Oklahoma City. Mr. Klvnn
diclarixl that two million dollars ot
tho atato school fund Is missing oud
unaccounted for. Mr. Taylor lias Just
completed a jRjrsonal lnsK.clIon of tho
loan department of tho school land
loan department of tho schul li.ud
commission nnd naturally Is lu n po-
sltlon to explain to tho satisfaction
of oven Mr. Flynn tho dlsposlll) 1 of
overy cent of tho school children's
money. vtr. Taylor is nn expert on
loans. Ills lottor to Mr Flynn follows
7 have Just read In tho papers of
your speech at Oklalioma City Tuua-
lay night In ulilcli It Is reported you
mado tho statement that $2000000 of
tho school fund In tho state of Okla-
homa Ih uuncountcd for. I bavo Just
finished it careful examination of tho
lonu department which Is handling
tho $5000000 fund. As there has not
iboen $2000000 on hand at nny ono
tlmo In tlio tensing department I
suppose It Is to tho loan department
I havo personally examine! the!
papers In overy loan thnt has boon
mado to tho fanners of this stnto
nnd of my own personnl knowledgo
know tho amount of money that has
been loaned nnd to whom It haB
been loaned. I havo examined all of
tho state lionds on which a part of
this $5000000 is advanced. I havo
oxnmlnod overy county for lonns to
tho county: I havo a statement from
tho officers of every bank In this
stnto and liavo personally examined
overy stntement of banks now holding
atnto money or a part of that $5-
000000 fund nnd I now mnko to yon
thu stntement -which I know is cor-
rect. Received by J A. Monofeo stato
treasurer from tho United States
treasury cleared through tho Com-
merce Trust Company of Kansas City
Mo. nnd turned over to L. I). Marr
secretary of tho school lniut commis-
Interest from Commerce Trust Com
pany by Stato Treasurer Menefeo to
Secretary Marr $13C2.'J2.
I Interest on farm loans $3212.00.
lCxpross charges on money from
1 banks $3G.I0.
1 Interest dally balance from banks
) 1'rlntitig bonds collected from 42
Advanced 011 stnto bond Issuo for
which tho school land commission
holds bonds as security $1100000.
Uians to new counties on bonds
I'nld on farm lonns $1150700.03.
Balance in 141 banks In Oklahoma
being drawn on for farm loans $1-
033731.71. Turned over to common school
Total $501 1.0C7.53.
This examination includes all of tho
1 transactions of tho school laud com
mission relative to tho $5000000 up
to nnd Including August 31 100S.
1 also find that tho United States
government has paid Stnto Treasurer
J. A. .Menefeo $225409.81 11s interest
on the $5000000 school fund amount
accrued during tho process of with'
drawing tho entlro amount from tho
treasury; this amount Is applied to
tho common school fund nnd 'will bo
npportlonol among tho vatious conn
ties of tho state
A detnlkd statement of every trans
nction in regard to tills $5000000
fund can be found in tho office of
state examiner and Inspector.
BIGGEST IN CITY HISTORY
Monser Parade With Thousands
Line Dispersed at Times Square
New York Yesterday Afternoon
Hitchcock's Eectlon Forecast
New York .V. Y.Oct.3L XowYork
nwoko today prepared to witness ono
of thu largest itollllcal parades In Its
According to figures given out
by thu otgaulzers of tho de'monstra
tlou between sixty nnd ono hundred
thousand men passed In rovlow be-
fore James S. Sherman and KHhu
Hoot nt tho Worth monument In Mndl-
son Square before 5 o'clock this nf-
ternoon when orders wero given to
disperse at Times Square.
Clam of Hitchcock.
Now York N. Y. Oct. 31. National
Chairman Frank Hitchcock of tho re
publican committee gave out ns clot
tlon forecast today In which ho claims
Taft's election by a majority of S3
eWtoral votc. Hitchcock Includes
In tho Taft column Now York Ohio
Indiana Nebraska Maryland Mon
tnnn Nevada Colorado and "West
Virginia nil of which are claimed by
tho democrats. Tennessee nnd Okla
homa which havo been clnlmed by
hoiiio republicans tiro not Included In
Hitchcock's Taft column.
VON BUELOW RESIGNS
IMPERIAL CHANCELLOR TEND
ERS RESIGNATION TO EMPER.
OR FOLLOWING INTERVIEW
Herliu OcL 31. Acordlng is tho
Nord IXMitscho Allgemclnu Zoltung
I'rnco von lluelow Imperial chancel
lor today oferod nis resignation to
Kiniwror 'William In consequenco ot
publication In I-ondon of an ititcrvlo
with his majesty.
Tho prince demands that his rcsig
nation 'bo accepted so that ho may
bo permitted to niako to tho public a
full explanation to meet tho unjust!
liable attacks mado upon htm by his
MRS. WILLIAM ASTOR DEAD.
Was Leader of New York Society
Of Colonial Descent
J New York. Oct. 31. Mrs. William
1 Astor. a member of the Schernierhorn
' family nnd of Colonial descent died
I hero this afternoon of heart failure.
I Mrs. Astor becamo ill n Boston on
1 her return from KurojH) In tho sum
mer of 1900 and her health has not
been good dnco then. Her rulo ns n
leader of society has beon marked by
8I11110 of tho most notable functions In
tho annals of tho city ami her tact
and diplomacy In tho office she ex
orcisod wero matters of constant nd
-Tho S. II Russell
Winter blnsLs causing pneumonia
pleurisy nnd consumption will soon
bo here. Curo your cough now and
strengthen your lungs with Folej's
Honey nnd Tnr. Do not rWk starting
the winter with wonk lungs when Fo
ley's llonoy nnd Tnr will curo tho
most obstinate coughs and colds and
prevent serious results. Sold by All
Drucclsts. D it W
Plnco . your orders now for nny
sowing you may need for tho holidays.
Wo executo orders promptly. Phono
oC2 Red. 30-tf
Vo aro busy as bees cleaning nnd
pressing clothes. Tho ronson thnt wo
aro always busy Is bocauso wo do
first class work nnd gnnrantco sat-
isfaction. Ladles work n specialty.
Give- us a trial Phono 202.
1-1 RO HURTS (c WILKES.
United States Depository
Oklahoma State Depository
Capital Ssrilis and Additioaal
It this bnnk is n snfo plnco
for tho city stato and nation to
deposit tholr fundB It is n snfo
plnco for tho farmor nnd busi-
ness man to keep his funds
LEE CRUCE President
G. W. STUART Cashier
C. P. Hall's big store on Caddo
Street will give 10 per cent off on
spot cash purchases until Dec. 15.
If you want goods charged you
you can get them on easy payments.
c. P. HALL
Tho pjrost Now anil Second Hand Home Out-
fitters ill the uity nt Clnsh Prices for a llttlo down
and halanco in wei kly or monthly iiaymei.tH.
The Quail Brand
Represents the highest perfection in canned fruits
vegetables etc. We have a full line also we have
a large stock of fresh fruits. Orders delivered
promptly. Everything good to cat under one roof.
Felker The Grocer
Put Some Money Away
Now. You will not always be able to earn as
much as you are earning today. But by
saving a portion of your income and by put-
ting it into a'certificate of deposit in a per-
feetly safe bank like the Ardmore State where-
it will not only be secure but will also earn
'1 per cent interest and grow rapidly. You
will be prepared for the inevitable day when
you must leave work.
It's the part of wisdom to save and deposit in
ARDMORE STATE BANK
"A Good Bank in a Good City."
I P. ANDERSON President. .B. F. FREN8LEY Vice President x
C. L. ANDERSON Cashier. ... ED SANDLIN Assistant Cashlttr
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital Paid In 80000.00
Vurplue Funde 165000.06
The oldest bank la lodlar Territory ".count ef firms aal
Individuals solicited upon the moit liberal terma consilient
with good bonking.
J. A 1IVEN8 Proeldent.
A. H. PALMER Cashier.
DON LACY Vie Prealdent
FRED C. CARR Aaat Cathler.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
Burplua Funde J100.00Q..
Aeeountt t Arms and Individual! tollcltedl Courteeue treat-
ment accorded to all alike.
Wo lack four of hnvlnR tho numbrr of Ohlcknsaw Btmlnnts pro-
vided for in our contract with tho Federal (lovornmont. Wo want
tho full number bj- Nov. 1. If you aro a Chiokasuw under 21 yenrs of
aco and want to secure a biiBiness education wrlto nt nnr fnr trin.
Selvidge Business College
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