The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 152, Ed. 1, Friday, December 4, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Friday December 4 1908
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
ITS VALUE IN STRATEGIC OPER-
ATIONS IS INESTIMADLEE.
OFFICER TELLS OF FUTURE
Adaptability of Dalloon In Locating
Emmy and For Offensive Work
Will Change All Future War-
fareUseful at Night.
"Nov York IKc 3. Mnjor (!. O.
Sriil- r of tho HhIIinI State hIkihiI
corps n-itd a leimthy impor before
tho tncrleiin SoeHy of Mechanical
KlIRllll-OrS till HfllTIHHlll lllsCIIWlllg
Hip value of Imllooim niul aeroplanes
In tlmiH of wn" In course of III
Major Hipilor promMitcd n iiiont ex-
haustive paper m tin' general mibjeet
of tli" pr sent lotus of military nero-
iianMrH treating hi Hiihjpct largely
from a scientific. Hlanilpolnt. hut
also touching upon tlio Minnlnr side
of tlio quetttlon. lias paper waH ac-
companied ly a wtIoh of excellent
photographs hIiowIiik tlio operations
of dirigible balloons anil aeroplanes
In 111 h country anil nhroail.
A rcslstlosH wave of enthusiasm
nml endeavor sweeping away ovory
prejudice Major Senior declared In
lasliiK over 1ho entire civilized
world fixing tlio nttontlon of all
classes on tlio problem of flight.
Ho discussed nt Homo length tlio
question of uorlal locomotion In war-
faro. 'Wlialcvcr may lio the Infill-
ene of aerial navigation upon the
art of war lio said Hip fnct that
must ho considered at present In that
ench of tlio principal tnllltnry powers
Ih displaying a fovorjish activity
In developing thin auxiliary an an
adjunct to tlio military establishment
llognrdlng tlio teclinlcal tiso of diri-
gibles and ncroplancs In warfan
iMnJor Sqtilcr held there wan nothing
lint theory to guide us nt. present.
However In tho case of tho former
It would appear ho Raid that two
dlffi rent classes of ships would he
doveloied; first n comparatively diri-
gible type to ho used principally for
scouting purposes Htirh an destroying
bridges nnd supply depots close
to tho mobile nrmy or coast defonis
fortresses. In rocontiolterlug In day
they would have to man 'liver a
inllo lit uli. hut nt night could do-
scrnd within a few hundred feet
nml obtain much vntimblo Informa-
tion Tho second typo of dirigible may
he developed for burden benrln
There 1 h no reason to doubt that
airships of capacity of 15000 to 100..
000 cubic feet may ho ultimately
developed to obtain speoils of fifty
to seviiity-flvo miles an hour. With
such capacity the craft becomes
a practicable engine of war which
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llv UeepltiK hlKh rn the air In-
the davllRht nnd descendliiK In the
nlelit v nine 1m i.t I.. ini
Wit. tli. ina he able to launch
JlllKh vxploBls pirduclir jivat
ilaniUKC Ileum able to pass over
ariu'es and proceed at ureal speed
the ohjictlves would not be the
Lard is a Foe to Digestion
Pork in any form is indigestible and most people cannot e.it it without .sub-
sequent discomfort. It therefore follows that food prepared from lard which is
nothing mure or less than hog-fat is of necessity indigestible.
Colofi iic is made from Cotton Seed oil refined so perfectly that it is abso-
lutely neutral in ot!or and taste.
You know how rich and nourishing Olive oil is. Do you know that cotton
seed oil ami olive oil are almost exactly the same in chemical properties? Olive
oil is too expensive for general use in frying and shortening Cotlolcnc gives
the same results.
Having no odor or flavor and taking up none Cottolcne once melted up can
be used over and over again.
COTTOLENE is Guaranteed vourRroccr is hereby nu-
t honied to refund your
money In case you are not pleased after having nlvo" Ccttotene a fair test.
Never Sold in Bulk "'olf"f lackt''1 '" in'ls vih nn nlr-
Unht top to keep it clean fresh and whole-
some and prevent it from c.itchine; dust and absorbing disagreeable
odors such us lish oil cU
Cook Book Free Vnr ""iv" v.a:.!ol"R.vy;v. v:1A1All.
edited and compiled by Mrs.
anu coutainiii); nearly jw vaiii.toio recipes.
Made only by TUB N. K.
"Nature's Gift from the Sunny Souih
eiiumj'H nnnloR but their efforts
would ho directed against his base
of supplies to dostroy lita dry docks
arsenal ammunition depots railway
enters storo hotisos nnd Indeed tho
enemy's navy Itself.
Major Hciulor recognizes that suit-
able harbors or places of safety for
replenishing supplies nnd for seeking
shilier In tlmm of slross for 4ho lar-
ger types of dirigibles will ho nec
esKttry Just as ships need harbors
but this want may bo met by using
narrow dexp valleys and ravines
surrounded by forests or other pn-
leotlon or prepared railway cuts etc.
where the airship limy descend and
ho rensonably safe from tlte winds
He declared that If tlm United
States IihiI iotPttcti in 1S08 n diri-
gible Imlloon the American army
and navy would not have long re-
mained In doubt of tlin prosoneo of
Cervera's fleet In Santlflgo harbor.
Ho believes that the rfootlon of
ships of the air for mllltnry purposes
will materially contribute on th
whole to make war less likely In the
future than In the pant.
Medicine That Is Medicine.
" I have suffered n good deal with
mnlnrla ami stomach coniplnlnts but
I have now found a remedy that keep
me well and that remedy Is Kbetrle
Hitters a medicine that Is n medicine
for slonmch and liver troubles and
for run down conditions" says W. C.
Ki.ster. of llalllday. Ark 'Kleetrle
Hitters purify and enrich the blood.
tone up the ncrv. h and Impart vigor
and energy to the weak our money
will he refunded If It falls to help
you. Title at Ardmoro Pharmacy
I) & W
GUNNESS WOMAN ALIVE
LETTER TO SHERIFF OF LA
PORTE INSISTS WOMAN IS
NOT DEAD SECRETED
m Porto. 1ml.. Dee. Ira Marsh
of Oglcshy 111. Insists that he has
located Mrs. llelle titiiinoHH and also
Jennie Olson and In a registered let
ter today to Sheriff Siniiltxer he di
clares that Mrs. dimness Is there and
ho will produce her as soon as ho Is
sure the reward money will be paid
The woman arrived In Oglesby In
.May this year and Joined a man
whom Marsh declares had told htm
several years ago of meeting a widow
In l.u l'orte. This man whose name
he does not give cniuo hnck to Ogles-
by after a trip to Chicago In Janu
ary IIKIT a collide of mouths after
Jennie Olson disappeared from the
(iuiHicss place bringing with hlui u
.Miuiig wife mid .Marsh declares this
woman Is the limine of Jennie Olson.
Marsh aUo thinks that the man Is the
one who wrote Mayor Harrow from
Chicago In oN'vember I'll saying It was
be who had uccnmpHtilcd the supposed
Mrs. '.ItimiPSK to La l'orte on July !.
Harsh Ik a miner employed by the
Illinois .I lie company.
A Personal Appeal.
If wo could talk to you personally
about the Brent merit of Foley r Hon
ey nnd Tar. for coiirIis cold and luiiC'
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iroiiuio yon le 1 r iniuii in- iiihih i
to experiment with unknown preparn
that 1111 y contnlti om harinful
drtlKK. Foley's Honey and lar costrt
. 1 has a record of forty
years of cures.
Oven exploded It was not
Direct action sold by Kearie v
ymi our new 11 iu'. I'uuu v.ijun luiwrv
Mary J. Lincoln the fatuous Food Kxpert
FAIRHANK COMPANY Cliicacc
THE FAR EAST
TEXT OF AMERICAN-JAPANESE
AGREEMENT MADE PUDLIC
A MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING
A Frank Avowal of the Alms Policies
and Intentions of Two Govern-
ments Set Forth and Welcomed
Dy Both Governments
Washington Dee. fl. The notes ex
changed between the United State
and Japan "declaring their ollcy In
the Far Hast" which have been tlio
subject of corresKnidence between
Secretary of State Hoot and Ambas-
sador Takaharl for months were
made public at the state department
tonight. Accompanying the declara-
tion are two letters one from Mr.
rakahnrl ami one from .Mr. Hoot tluj
former expressing the belief that a
frank avowal of the alms isilley and
Intent Iimi of the two countries In the
1'hcIMc would not only tend to
strengthen the relation of friendship
and good nclKllhorllucs between the
two tuitions but would materially
contribute to the preservation of the
general peace and the latter declara-
tion "that this expression of mutual
ilirdfrstuoilltiK Is welcome to the gov-
ernment of the United States."
Kuch letter In which Is Inclosed the
declaration Is dated N'ovomber 30 the
day on which the exchange took place.
The text of those letters mum con-
tained In tho Associated Press dis-
patch from London toJny. The pur-
Mise of the five separate notes was
fully set forth In the Associated Press
dispatches of November 27 from
Washington. In explicit terms they
are an follows:
1. It Is the wish of the two govern-
ments to encourage the freo and
peaceful development of their com
merce In the Pacific ocean.
.. 1 ti(i policy 01 00111 Koveriiuionit 1
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ii.u.u.i.e.ii..-. UKR.l'l.u iun..-
eiicom. . o.rec.eu 0 ..0 maintenance 1
11 uie o.msiiiik minus ipio in uu re-
gion 'above mentioned and to tho de-
fense of the people of Kurop for
commerce and authority In China.
:t. They are aeeordltiKly 'Irmly io-
nolveil reciprocally to P'sct the ter-
ritorial possessions belonj-'Iin; to
each other In settle 1 renloi.
I. They are determined to pre-
erve the common Inteiests of all
iovern In China by supiiortliiK all
pacific nieatift at their disposal the
liideHtiJ'eiicii and InleRrlty of China
and the principle of cipial parts of
fi. Shouli any event occur threat-
Iiir the statu iiio as abne d-)-
scribed or the principle of equal o;e
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ll""' lli-illlill.. It
mains for the two Koverniuents tin!
I mi Ive
with each otlr In o l. r M
at an uiiderstandlnK as to
meiuiires they max cons! Vr
useful to take.
mlia-s.i or I'akahaii In 1 '"''prnpi pTAmir HI Oflinninn
t teiit tsMuii suhsnpu m to nukutR o I Ubl olAKVt IN luLURADu
public the notes simply declared they
would reaffirm what wart declared by
the two governineiitH years ago. It
was "something like a transacti'iu
between trusted friends." The ninbas-
Brtdor added: "The substance of the
Instrument which has nlready found
Its way Into the press called for an
exhaustive expression of opln'on in
this and other countries and thero 'c-
malns hardly anything to he . Meil.
As will be seen In their wording the
notes are simply In the form of a dec
laration nit J' are not a treaty agro
The suhsitnnco of the tleclnrntlon
was furnished In advance of Is tail-
ing to nil tho various governments In-
terested In Chines.' affairs and cor-
dial expressions of --vmpathy and sup-
port came from thciu
MATTER NOW IN HANDS OF THE
COURT LEGAL TANGLE WILL
(Juthrle. Okln. 1).' I!. At Hi.' con
elusion of tho official canvass of the
vote on the dispell .irv iit;- n
tucteil by tho secretary of stato In
the iintsotice of the governor (lover
nor Hnkoll tniilgh' Issued his official
pro '.nmiitloii declail''g the defeat tit
the proposed amendment to the
constitution and the repeal of Article
1 of the Hlllups bill.
As shown by the official canvass
with the vol) of Cimarron county
still out the vote for the proposition
wan ir.O.n'12 and against It 121 .'73.
leaving a majority of 1 01 S 1 against It.
The dispensary question was the
only (Hie on which the vote was can
Coventor Haskell stated tonight
that the effect which this proclama-
tion would have on the position of
state agency superintendent was still
"That Is a matter which the courts
will have to settle." said the governor.
"Thero are some duties In connection
'With the office set out In article 2
which was not repented and that
leaves the matter still In doubt. The
governor Is not vested with Judicial
powers and I'm glad of It. My proc-
Initiation Is concerned whollv wltli nr.
Wll0 . V()U ()n ()f th( (llos.
nls mH wMy bppn c.mvasROl' y
Assistant Secretary of State I.eo
Meyer (lovornor Hnshell declined to
receive the veto on the other ipies-
Hons today. In view of the loj;nl tan-
Klo .which has arisen. Tlio law re-
quires that the secretary of state
should "proceed to canvass" the vote
within thirty days and the governor
holds that since the canvass was
commenced today the provisions of
the law have been compiled with and
that there Is no hurry In regard to
flnlshliiK It. The other questions
probably will not be taken up until
A Dangerous Operation.
Ir the retnovnl of the npptnillx by a
Biirt;eon. No one who takes Dr. King's
.New I ire nils Is ever subjected to
tills frluhtful ordeal. Thee work so
quietly you don't feel themThey euro
1 constipation headache biliousness
' and malaria ".'c.
at Ardmore I'hnr-
I) & V
THOUSANDS HAVE PERISHED
' AND THOUSANDS MORE ARE
1 PERISHING LOSS ENORMOUS
Dt" i i- Dec. :i. Thousands of eat-
1 thi on the i-antes In Colorado are re-
I ported to be starvIiiK with the pros-
pect that there 111 lie iitiprecedentel
loss to the cattlemen iIiii'Iiik tli- w In
ter which lii'Kan early on J chiikIU the
' majority of the stockmen 11 n pi o pa red
Feed U i-i-lltiiR ithnos. pro'.lli 'Ive
; luiceH in the ranxe iMstrlcta hay in
I in w Iii'IukIhk (25 to 30 per ton In the
j 1kans.1s alley and Park raune (lu-
I ('hailcs l.anib .ii.'e vi i i iiiHriitn
'111 that the cattle are already In
1 1 lie I'onilitinn they usually show in
I'Vliiuai j after they have beoo forced
: to pick the iuiikcs bare for subsls-
tcnci' and that intiy of the herds
look as thoiiKh they would he depleted
lb) tiM'r half befor ChiUtiims. In the
I Park 1 anno district the first snow
which fell early In October still covers
j the uinttes and buiviredn of cattle per
! Ished In the first storm. This ntimhet
was increased to tens of thousands In
the storm of the past few day. HaiiKc
cattle c.uiuot he shipped because of
their poor coudliloii.
The teniicratiire fell below zero last
nlpht Beticril! east tf the continental
That's tho name of the belt dour
old in Ardmore.
" Do Yon Open Your Mouth
Uka ft yonnu bird and gulp down wht-
rvcrfood or me'ieltie m.iy ie ottered yout
Or.do )oit wuni to !now oiaelhltig of thf
competition Mid rhur." ter. of thai which
7011 latin Into your rtumach whether m
food or medicine?
Mo-t Intelligent and jcnslbln pMip''
now-u-days lnnt on knowing what the)
employ whether as food or us medicine
Dr. Pierre bciltivos they havn a perfect
rlithttoi'ial'liiponMn-h knowledge. Nile
pithll'hrsmiliMst nnd on each bottle
wr.Umr wliatjii':?"rrf4i;Mn: are taade ol
he cntt wMLA'Tord iqd.o tec.n re tin; tr.r
tli" iii-t rli"ti' -".if w Id -it li.s'inedirine.-
sre in.ti.e . le d iinii tf -' n.d
mure ill i.wr -uper "r c "r.H ' e virtue
For the enre of woman's peculiar weak-
nes.e. Irregularities and iier.i utenienti.
giving ilr t'i frequent lii'inlatiie. tiark
aclie. ilr.iggmg-doiMi pain or d stir - It
lower nbdonilirtl or pelvic region aecom
panted ciftt.tne-. with a iiebil.lal.iic
pelvic. cnlHrrlial drain anil kindred sytnp
to!n 1 ' v 1 iikties. Dr. Pierce's I'ati rlti
Prc-ciipMon l a most etllcienl reined)
It Is equally effective in curing pil i.'u
period. In givliiL' strength to niirsin
inotliers nnd In preparing the sjytcir. e
the expectant mother for baby's ecu ti.
thin rendering chlldhlrth afe nod con.
paratively i.ilule.s. The "l avorlte pp
tori ptlon " i- a iiin-l potent rtreiigibemii
tonic to the tr-'n'THl syteiii and ti tin
organs dlslliii tl) femlnlii" In partl"ii!ur
It is .iiso a Mvithlnu and In vlk-orn t tut
iierxltie and cures nervous exhiiiitaii
nervous pro-ir.it on. ininilnU. Ii)ier .
jn-ins clmr -.i ir M. Vtu-'s ihince and
tln r iii-trei.inir nervoi.s yiupiotns ..1
tivid.mt iimii rniietiomtl and orgiinU' d..
rases of the dlitiectly feminine organ.'..
A lion o( iii"illcal ititherltles of ell tin
tever.il cIkmiN of iirui'tii-e rei'iMMiici.'
cich of the sevctal ln?mllents of wlie I
"I'avorim 1'ii'orrlptliiii " is iniide f r I. it
cureul thediiMi-e.frwhleh 't.lcl.i 11 i
to Isi a ore Y ni m.tv rend what t!i
av fur tniircr.'f bv m 'hIIiis a iostnl ' iril
re'itie-t fur a hie iiMiklet of extric'
frmn the lend m ii'ithor ties to Dr 1(.
Pierce. Itivn 1 I! i'hI nt-.il Surglni' Ir
tlln'i Mini! N V nd It will couj4 u
ORDER AFFECTS 15000 FOURTH
MUST UNDERGO EXAMINATION
present Incumbents Will Not Need to
Take Examination In Designated
States Vacancies May be
Filled From Ranks Af'er.
WnshliiKton Dec. 3. All fourth
class postmasters In tho states cast
of tho .Mississippi river and north
of tho Ohio river woro today plnced
lu tho classified service by an exec-
utive order of the president. Here
after all the appointees to fourth
class iKistinastorHhlps In thoso states
must undergo civil servlco exam-
ination. Postmnsters now holding of-
fice will not need to take exam-
inations. This applies to Maine New
Hampshire Vermont .Massachusetts
Khoilo Island Connecticut Now Jer-
sey. Pennsylvania Ohio Indiana Il-
linois Wisconsin ami Michigan.
The order though promulgated to-
day wns signed yesterday. Over 1."-
flflO fourth-class postmasters nro af-
fected by the order distributed by
states ns follows:
Maine SOU New Hampshire Hi
Vermont .10." Massachusetts imfl
Uhodo Island 100 Conwcllcut 2S7
New York 2:i01 New Jersey SUfi
Pennsylvania n.IISS Ohio 1.(193 Indl-
nna 1 .OS I Illinois 1503 Wlrconsln
l.OOS Mlchlgnn 1.23 1.
Another executive order 01 tn
president signed nt tho samo time
niithnrlzcs tno postoftlco department
to fill vacancies In fourth class
postinnstershlps within . civil servlco
examination until tho civil service
commission shall certify to the de-
partment that It Is able to hold
examinations ond innko certifications
to such positions. This wns neces-
sary because tho tlnio Is required
before any poslt'on enn he filled by
examination and certification from
The action of the president ha?
limn bivn cntoinplntod hut up to
now I' has ltoeii withehl h cause of
a dllllculty In conducting tho ex-
amiimtlrns and securing a 1st of ell-
Jtlhles In ecus- quence of the work
that would he thrown on the civil
srrvlrec ouinilsslnu. The commission
how-i ver has bivn broadening during
the Inst few years nnd they now
cla'ni thev nro fully capable of
handling this class of wjirk. The
section Included within tho order
wns selected because the department
has experienced less difficulty In
getting ellclhles for the rural carrier
service limp elsewhere. It however
was stated at the department that
tin president's order wns tho begin-
ning of a policy to eventually In-
clude all postoiijces whorw tho sal
ary Is less than M.000 In tho clnir
Clean Rags Wanted
llrlng your clean rags to the Ard
niorelto offieo nnd convert them lnt
A car of brand new fine mixed furniture
direct from the factory at panic prices.
Will .sell for
Cash or on Easy Payments
or will trade for any old thing
The Home Outfitter.
W. P. t'olund
Poland & Foster
Successors to Roberts & Poland
Loans ami Abstracts Fire and Tornado Insurance. Prompt
OIL COMPANY ENJOINED
OSAGE COUNTY JUDGE ISSUES
ORDER ON PETITION PRO-
HIBITING PIPING SELLING
(liithrlo Okln. Dec. 3. County
Judge Ileniiott of Osago county grant
ed a temporary Injunction In tlio j
ouster suit of the stato against the
Indian Territory Illuminating Oil
company filed In Pawhuska yester-
day preventing tho company from
laying additional plpo lines or ills-
posing of any of Its property. Dec. 31
Is the answer day for tho defendants
but on Dec. 1 1 the state .will begin
taking depositions. Servlco lit the
caso was had last night at Tnlsn.
upon A. J. Hlddllson a director In tho
company. Tho secretary nnd trcasur-j
or of tho company Is Mortimer F.
Stllwoll who wns n candidate for
. - 1
state treasurer on tlio republican t
ticket In the flrt stntehool election.'
Tho Indian Territory Illuuilnntliit;
Oil company Is a New Jersey corpor-
ation and Is charged by the state with j
being a subsidiary of the .Standard
Oil company. It Is further nllrged Unit )
reports that the company seeks to!
control of tho gas output of tho mid lie
west are reasonivhly true.
It Is believed Hint the law forbid-!
ding the piping of gas out or the!
state is being violated according to
Information which has reached thei
office of the governor and he states
that ho will lay tho innttor before
the attorney general tomorrow. In a'
compromise stilt nearly a year ago thej
state agreed that one company with.
vested rights should take a s'lpply of
pas to Caney Kans. for certain con-
sumers hut to no other place.
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any ensp of Catarrh that enn
not ho cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. .1. CHIONKY & CO. Toledo O.
Wo. the undersigned .have known
F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 ye us nnd
hellovo him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions nnd financially
able to enrry out any obligations nindo
by his firm.
Wnldlng Klnnnn & Marvin
Wholesale Druggists Toledo O.
Hall's Catnrrh Cure Is tnkon Inter-
nnlly acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the system j
Testimonials fcer.t freo. Price 75 cents
per hottlo. Sold by nil druglsts.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for consti-
pation. D & W
Telephone Subscribers Notice.
All accounts nro due the first of
each month. Do not wait for
statements hut send check or pay at
the offlco on or boforo the 10th to get
Hates Business Phone $3.00.
Uosldonco $'.'.00i Party lines Ii0 c.
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Mothers who value their cmn comfort and tho
welfare uf their children hould never lio without a
Imix of .Mother (iray'a tweet 1'owilera f or Childien
for uo t hrouiihoul tha aeaton. They Urcak u p C'ohU
euro KeverUhneM Conciliation Teethlne 1I.
order lleadaehn nnd Stomach Trouble. TIIKhi:
fOt DEHSNEVKH FAIL. Soldbyalll)niKStore
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u til bo tent l'UKKtoany mother who will addria
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In Oklahoma. Wo also write
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