The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 152, Ed. 1, Friday, December 4, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Friday December 4 1908
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Will soon bo hero mid wo arc ko'i'K lo lmvo n bigger
and bettor stock than ever boforo. No old stuff car-
ried ovor. We would appreciate your December grot'.-
ory account. Prompt service and courteous treatment
Felker The Grocer
P. S. Just received a car of our Celebrated "Queen
of the Pantry" Hour.
PURCHASED TRACT OF 160 ACRES
AND WILL GROW ORANGES
WELCOMED AT BROWNSVILLE EXCESSIVE HOLDERS SUFFER
When Mri. Bryan Was Presented
With a Desirable Lot Upon Which
Will be Erected a Wint- Home
A. D. HYDE
Miner and Refiner of Asphalt
WOODFOKD OK LA.
Your 'inquiries and patronage solicited if interested in
rock asphalt for paving purposes refined
asphalt forjroofing etc.
Write lor prices and samples. Shipping point Ardmorc
1 CAN SHOW YOU PLUMBING
In houses whoro nouu hut Ilia hunt
would bo tolerated houses whoro
expense is no object but tbu
best and most Hanltnry plumbing Is.
S?i Hut while wo do high class work wu
do not c bur no prohibitive prices.
Have us do your work and you will
bo surprised at the moderation u(
our figures j
S. WnNhlngton St. Phono 71)
MRS. WHITAKER'S CONDITION
' murderer continues to maintain nil
1 absolute silence as regards his murl-
' tnl troubles. Ho also Insisted that no
ono bo nllowcl entrance to tbu Jail
WOMAN SHOT BY HUSBAND MAY I tat wtu MtUi
LIVE FOR SIX WEEKS YET ! '
BUT NOT LONGER
GOLD TO FRANCE.
01ln ia CHy. Doc. 4. Although I
certain co dlo w'Miln tho next six
weeks according . physlcl"ns. .Mrs.
G. U. Whltakor shot by her husband I
In n Jealous rage clings to llfo with;
surprising tenacity llor condition j
last night was neither Improved nor I
worse. Sbo continues to hover just I
without find almost within death's!
"It may bo six weeks before Mrs.!
Whltakor dies but she cannot Inst
much longer than that" said Or. W.
K. Dickon yesterday. "It Is possible
that developments may cause her
tfenth at nny time. Last night and to-
day h1i0 was resting easily and no
opiates were used to produce sleep.
Her pulse was also better. Hut tho'
fact that shu Is paralyzed beyond
possible hope suggests that fatal In-'
flammntlon may sot In at any tlnie."
AVhltnkor tho alleged attempted
Heavy Deals In Bullion Reported to
Have Been Made .
Now York Dec. 2. Several- tenta-
tive engagements of gold for oxort
to Paris were reported in Wall street
to have been mndo yesterday. While
two firms were said to hnv. made
those engagements at the United
States assay office two others woro
reported' to bo conducting negotia-
tions fur considerable amounts also.
If the coutso of tho foreign exchange
market does not interfere tho shlv-
nients .will go forward Thursday In
the shape of bars.
This Is Woith Reading.
7eo F. Zellnskl. of OS Gibson St..
Huffalo N Y f.ays: "I cured tho most
annoying cold soro I over had with
Ihtcklln's Arnica Salve I applied this
salvo onco a day for two days when
every trace of tho soro was
gone." Heals nil sores Sold under
guarnnteo at Ardmoro I'harmncy. 23c
I) & W
KING OF ALL
THROAT & LUNG
QUICKEST SAFEST SUREST
COUGH and COLD
AND HEALER OF ALL DISEASES OF LUNGS.
THROAT AND CHEST
OUttED BY HALF A BOTTLE
Half a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery cured me of the
worst cold and cough I ever had. J. R. Pitt Rocky Mount N. C.
SOLD AND IUARANTEEO 1Y I
Ilrownstlllo Tex. Dec. 3. W. .1.
llryan Is now a Texas land owner lie
bought 100 acre from Co'iw.iy &
llot Tor which ho paid (he cash anil
elos.'l a contiact to hnv forty acres
of It cleared tit unco itad planted In
oranges figs and pecan trees. The
land I u portion of the tract bought
by Con way & Hoyt from tho Oblate
fathers who located a mission on It
more than fifty years ago. It Is n
very rich body of hunt and Is about
seven miles from the town or HldnlRo
and three miles from tho Hidalgo
branch of the St. 1-otils. llrownsvllle
& Mexico railway. It fronts in I be
great irrigation canal recently eor-
structed by Conway t Hoyt and for
beauty of lecathm It cannot bo mir-
passed. Mr. and .Mrs. llryan arrived In
llrownsvllle last night In Traffic j
.Manager William Doherty's private
ear. .Mr. Doberty went to .Mission for
In addition to the lan I bought by
Mr. Hryivn Mrs. Junto II. Well of
llrownsvllle last night presented to
Mrs. llryan a deslrnble lot at P.iitr
Isabel on which the Ilryans lmvo
promised to build a winter homo.
The reception accorded Mr. and
Mrs. Ilrynn in llrownsvllle was by
far the greatest over accorded any-
ono In the history of this city oven
the Mexican military band coming
ovor from Mntamorns to share In tho
honors to tho groat American.
They woro guests for the night at
the homo of Mayor Fred Qombo.
At 7 o'clock .ludgo nnd Mrs. .lames
11. Wells tendered thorn a bnnipiet at
the opera house which was followed
by n public reception during tho pro-
gioss of which Mrs. Ilrynn was pre-
sent ol .with (i 'beautiful collection of
Mexican drawn work by tho Indies of
At 11 o'clock Mr. Ilrynn under tho
auspices of the Democratic Illuo club
spoke from tho gallery of the high
school building which had been
strung with 1.000 electric lights. More
than 2000 people hoard hlin nnd It
Is doubtful If he over" made n greater
speech Id his life. Ills theme was the
government of the people trusts and
This morning Mr. Dougherty's pri-
vate car took the distinguished visi-
tor to l.a I'arn to spend a day with
Mr. and .Mrs. John (5. Kennedy.
Mrs. II. M. King and tho Klonburgs
at Santa Gertrudes .will also be visit-
ed. Mr. llryan will go from Santa
Gertrudes to Galveston wheie ho will
go on a 'duck hunt for a week with
Colonel W. I.. Moody.
SUITS FILED AGAINST THOSE
One Muskogee Firm Holding 2-19 Lota
In Town Which Have Never Dcen j
Transferred Since Originally I
Deeded to Them
Mrs McRaney's Experience.
Mrs. M. Mcllaney. Prentiss Miss.
writes: I wns confined to my bod
for three months with kidney nnd
bladder trouble and was treated by
two physicians but failed to get relief.
N'o human tongue can toll how I suf
fered and I hnd given up hope of ever
getting well until I began taking Fo-
ley's Kidney Komody. After Inking
two bottles I folt like n new person
nnd feel It my duty to toll sufforlng
wontni what Foley's Homody did for
Washington Dec. I. Nearly all
of the democratic members of the
house aie hero today In readiness for
tho caucus of tho minority party call
ed for tomorrow by Congressman H.
I). Clayton of Alabama chairman of
The purpose of the caucus Is to
elect a minority loader to take tho
place of John Sharp Williams of
Mississippi who resigned tho leader
ship last Hummer. Tho nanio of
Champ Clark "tho l.lou of Missouri
Is mentioned as tho successor to Mr.
Williams. Ho already has been ap
pointed to tho committee on rules to
fill the plnco made vacant by the res'
Ignatlon of John Sharp Williams.
Foloy's Orlno Laxative cures coiv
stlpatlou nnd stimulates tho liver. Or
Ino regulates tho bowels so thoy will
act naturally and you do not havo to
taico purgatives continuously. Sold by
an tiruggists. D & W
The Ladles Homo Mission socloty
of tho Cnrter Avonuo Mothodlst
church will servo dinner In Main
Washington I). C. ivc I M I.
Mott national iittotiie tor the Creek
is in Washington nnd makes some!
mther .stnrilhig ;sttitoinents roitlwl
to the suits against 1 1 i holdeiH of
town lots lu Tulsa Muskogee Wag-
oner OkiuutKPO and other towns.
"Wo are only nfter the frailuleiit
hoUers of lots lu these towns. We
do not (txpect to gut nnythlng out of
tho Iniitieent purohitsern. Tim num-
ber of fraudulent holders in Musk of re
Is eleven. We are alter them and
they know It. Take the Severn-Hug-llsh
crowd for Instance ami we have
found that tliey have and are mill
holding '2111 town lots .which have
never been transferred since tho lots
wor0 originally deeded to them. The
fact tliHt the number of excessive
holders In .Muskogee Is so small Is
because there has been such a de-
mand that most of the lots lmvo been
sold time and time again. The per-
eentnge of defondants who still bold
lots originally secured by them from
the government Is larjter in the other
towns except possibly Tulsa.
"These excessive holders who have
beencaught with tho lots still lu their
possession are deceiving tho Inno-
cent purchasers and they are pre-
venting a speedy trial of the cases by
demurrers and other court procossos
which nro possible for the innocent
purchasers and In this .way tho hold
ers of lots to which they are not en-
titled are staving off a chow-down ami
preventing tho cases actually coming
to trial Just as long as thoy can.
The Innocent purchasers will find this
out pretty soon some of them know
It now and then there Is going to be
a slinking up."
The six months porlol lu which It
was provided by the last congress
that town lot cases should he dis
missed If "after Investigation no
fraud wns shown and the holder
should pa tho additional fifty per
cont appraisement" elapsed Saturday.
Any chronfc ulcer shows nil unhealthy ntnf impute condition of the
Mood. It is a diseased condition of the Ik -It at th.it particular upot caused
nnd kept inflamed nnd Irritated by n coiitinu.il discharge into it of un-
healthy matter from the circulation. No treatment can have nny curative ef-
fect except .1 medicine which Mill renovate the Mood and entirely remove the
cause. Salves washes lotions etc. arc sometimes helpful in it-ducing in-
flammation cleansing- the ulcer or pethups lesMMiiiiK thcdischaige but such
npplications do not teach the Mood where the disesmc f;cnns arc located
nnd can never effect n cure. S. K H. poco wu into the circulation
drives out nil impurities nnd morbid matter nr by nouri-diin the flesh
with rich pure blood causes the place to heal naturally nnd pctniancntly.
K. S. S. docs not make n surface cure but by beginninn at the bottom mid
rebiiilditi) broken-down tissue nnd supplying healthful henling- qualities to
the blood cities the place to Ml in with iicw firm flesh while it steadily
but study chats n permanent cure. The ulcer can not tit whin the
moon is pure anil h. fs. will UfirouplUy purify the I huxl Hook lu S..
ami Ulcers and uny jiudu A mH e (ice t ill who utile
TUP SWIFT SPECIFI? CO. ATLAI'TA GA. j 9
TORRENS LAND TITLE SYSTEM
MURRAY SAYS IT WILL G0 1910 2
Wnfion Tongues and
Bujjfy Tongues for Sale
Painting and Trimming
D. E. ALLEN
TMiomlngo. Di e : Hn .t!. t Wil j
1 l.i in II Murra father of the moe i
ment for the adoption of the Torrent.'
..line 1 1 aou
land title registration sxstem
Oklahoma stated today with tefer-
once to the defeat of the measure:
"I ant not sorely illsnppolnted at
the defeat of the lyitem although 1
expected It to carry and I urn suro
would lmvo carried had I been en-
abled lo remain on the stump as 1
obiteno In all those counties .where I
niBil." speeches tho majorities were
overwhelming. While tho amendment
receive a majority of thirty thous-
and votes of all those who otod upon
It there were nbout 3(5000 voters who
did not vote at nil. and this .10000'
under the constitution must be
counted ngnlimt It consequently there
were not enough to overcome these
votes. The great majority of this M-
000 were negro voters voting under
Instructions of their lenders to
stamp under the eagle nut then quit
fearing that If they .were glvon fur-
ther Instiuctluns thoy might endan-
ger their ticket. I am suro thnt If
all had voted upon It It would have
hnd a majority of all tho voters of
"This vote however demonstrates
that the Intelligent patriotic citizens
of the state want this system and
this being true I believe It th0 duty
of the next legislature to submit It
.i-.ii; In :H' and I
state (ptestuitl Nil '! . a compailinti i
question of tile New Jerusalem al
hough haling curried can mil In i
ma ie effective unless slate question)
N'o. :i shall carry.
"f am not downcast by the defeat
of the Torreus amendment nfler tie
vote In Its fnvor for. If mich a
wholesome reform as this will proe
to bVi could be adopted after u life
time of effort. Hit promoter would
lmvo done tho public Immense ser
vice. Within two ars I have been
enabled lo secure for this question a
majority of thirty thousand of the
voters voting upon It notwithstanding
when flint mentioned lu tin consti-
tutional convention and even when
submitted lu tho legislature it was
pronounced a vision and a dream.
"Some duy It will bo adopted In
the statu of Oklahoma nnd If th0 leg-
islature will submit It In 1019 I am
confident that the only vote that .will
bo against II will be the nbstractors
and land grartors. Ily liMo with the
beginning It now hns. I am suro that It
will carry by four to one and 1 be-
lieve It tho duty of the second legis-
lature to resubmit It. Hut bow much
better It would hnve been lr tho poo-
plo lu other states desiring to Invest
hero could have read In tho" newsa-
pers that tho titles in Oklahoma are
BIG HAND FLOUR
PERrLCTION IN PASTRY
Can only ho effected when tho fair
cook Is supplied with the best flour .
It Is Impossible to succeed without
it. Hood flour is half tho battle in
all In. king hut particularly when it
comes to cakes and pastry. Wo
olfer for this purposo a blgb-grado
flour that Is perfectly puro nnd full
of tho host of tho grnln. Illg Hand
Flour. Try It onco and yon will nover
be without It.
TYLER &. SIMPSON COMPANY
Marked for Death.
'Tbrfo venrs nco f wns ninrltivl fnr'
death. A grave-yard cough was tearing I
my mugs to pieces. Doctors failed to
help me nml hope hnd lied when my
husband got Dr. King's New Discov
ery." says Mrs. A. C. Williams ol ;
Uac Ivy. "Tho first dose helped me
and Improvement lispt on until 'I
had gained CS pounds In weight and
my health was fully restored.' This
meillcluo holds tho world's healing
record for coughs and colds and lung
nnd throat diseases. It prevents pneu-
monia. Sold under guarnnteo atArd-
mono Pharmacy. 50c and $1.00. Trlnl
bottlo free. . y
All Night Bank.
Philadelphia l'a. Dec. 4. Dosplto
tho general hollof that ithu Quaker
City goes to bed at 9 o'clock Phil
adelphia Is soon to hnvo an "owl"
or all-night hank to accommodate
thoso who prowl nbout during tho
night watches. Tho now lnstltutlui.
will lw conducted on tho continuous
plan nnd will havo counting room
and ollleoB lu tho northwest corner
of tho Ilollovtio-Stratford.
It will hnv a capital of $500000
and number among its stockholder
nnd promoters Ooorgo C. Holdt of
tho Waldorf-Astorlft and tho Hello-vue-Stratford
nnd Iiurcncc McCor-
mlck. Directors ln -well known finan-
cial institutions in this city nro
also among tho backers.
Moro peoplo nro taking Foloy's Kid-
ney Jlcmedy every yenr. It Is consid
ered to bo tho most effective remedy
ror Hldnoy and bladder troubles that
medical science can devise. Foloy's
iviuney uomeuy corrects Irregularities
builds up worn out tissues and re-
stores lost vitality. It will mnko you
feel well and look well.
Yates Center Kan. Sopt. 18 190S.
After my doctors gave mo up to die
Hall's Texas Wonder cured mo of
kldnoy and blndcVr trouble It Is the
best medlclno on earth. Mrs. II. S
Johnson. Sold by all druggists D&W
Mrs. A. H. Palmer Is visiting
friends in Davis.
M Uta tn time. Sold hy druygUtl.
May wo o d
An Addition to Ardmore in 10 Acre Blocks
Overlooking Ardmore from the North. Only one-half
mile from city. Location fine soil fine and the price is
right. Best proposition near Ardmore. Five 10-acre
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.
Riggins - Suggs Adams Co.
street next Saturday Dec. D
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