The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 186, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 13, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
ArdmOre Wednesday Jan. 13 1909
The Daily Ardmorcite
ARDMOREITE PU0LI3HINQ CO.
Sidney SugB. Preildent.
Sntorpil .i tho Poslofllco at Ardmoro
nt Second-Class Mutter.
Official Paper for Carter County
L' It Is la tbc Ardtnoreitu It Ik logal.
TERMS OK SUUSCKIPTION.
The Dally Ardmorelle.
Ore Week 16
Ono Mouth CO
Odh Year 1G.O0
The Weekly Ardmorelte.
Per Year b Mull ' 1.00
Blx Month 60
Tlircu Months 2G
IIiiHlnt'HH Malinger' Ottlc G38
City Killtor (Jlllce B
IOI1K Distance f3S
ArdmOre Wednesday Jan. 13.1.900
l.'vlilcnlly Itoimcvolt In willing to
K down In hlHtory n another Million
of "old hickory."
With tut thlM lilUrmrd bimWu'M is ti
iIim rsliui. WIUi tho north il Ik n
winter riil. Then aro tim hiiioiik
ii who will apprcclata Uio differ-
Oklahoma's slain liiMimuco ileimrt-
in nt itmduat' about one-tenth of Ui'i
r. inii of tin stativ This conies
from exacting protection to tho policy
While It Ih brutal and tintniw to any
us diM'n ii Now York physician thut
"only those too liu.y to tirontlio lias
consumption' It Ih true that correct
hrenthliif Is :i ureal roventlvo of tho
One row of tobacco planted to
very 10 tows of cotton will prevent
Insects destroyliK the eotlon anil
produce a InrKii tobacco yield. This
prolltnhle discovery him been inud'
by a fanner near Atoka.
Marietta paper has iiniulnuicit
Senator Clint (Jruliaiii for governor.
This iiniioiinconieiit hero produced
will cost Craliani a thousand and
four sweet HtnlleH toward the pro
gang I.linbcr up senator.
Kd. J. Cotttvllo hits bought tho Mil
l.ogce- Xtnvs after having worked
there six week. 1M borrowed money
to Kct from Oklahomii City to .Mus-
kogee l'or the IimkI'h sake what sort
of salarlt do they jwy over In Uio
harbor city? OklahoiiMi City Tinier.
Teddy ohargea Senator Tillman
wit) flunking a typewriter thus abus-
ing his government privilege. It would
be i horso on Teddy If Tlltmiw
would present affidavits allowing that
Roosevelt tistsl government pnuK
mules to trniiBK)rt booao to Ills Ok-
lahoma limiting camp n few yearns
ago 1-JnJd N'uws.
C.iit. J. S. Watson at S3 still hale
and active In tulud ntd body iirter l-
t .turn' service retires from thv
iii uine tiptriniiiuleiioy of a great
htcnuishlp line with Jieadipiurters lit
Ww York. I'resbleiit Jatnca II. Aa-
K'Nl of Mlohlgtui iinlverlty at 80 Is
' i r.M-mlng hln duties as the htnul ot
a udlng ltwtttittlou of leant lug m
u l! tlmt the board or regents refuio
ut hint retire. Thus tnatiuitHSi of
tiii activity taken from n ilny's
ii ah TOlltribitU. eUHjuont tesUinoiiy
i i the age ipiesttou. .Not age Ittit ttse-
i ii'ies in tho (luteinitnlng condition
el i llremeUt.
t ' iitttional sanitarium oi the
M ib hi Woodmen of America. locgU
m h l.Ooo acre tract nine miles
Hi of Colorado Springs ok la nt
-i-t .hi accomplished tact. The first
t' i colony with CO patients wan oi
" d this wcok. Other patient will
ailiiiluetl u rapidly as acooinino-
iii'iuiis are provided If neceswnry th
niitiirluin will ultlinntely have a
cap.tcity of 300 or more patloutg.
Several 0f the local camps hav ail-
pt d Uio plan of building and fur-
i ishlng a tent cottage.
The .ecutlvo committee ttt Uio
lioine luu diH-ldiHl to conduct tho twin-
I ii mm freo to all members afflicted
i h tulKrculosls but 111 admit only
ihoho wIm) are deemwl cttmhle or
wliiN' lltes will be thereby prolonged
consldtrblo length of tlmo.
i . ib'oiHlon la baaed ci oxperlenou
v 'i . h tenches that tin iKraon oomlng
t inorndo in the early stage ot tho
c.sese hag everything In his favor
.- nr. those who vralt until the last
hti.es before coming to the higher
n""nde wtul land of sunshlno liavo
t.. c ''la nra s thorn
TILLMAN COMES CLEAN.
A careful rending of Senator Till
titan' dermsc of hlnnw-lf against the
preHldmit'H charge mid n comparison
of tho two statement entirely ne
quit the seniitw of the slhfhteBt taint
An the old Milage run "hindsight Ih
better than fori-slght" finil If Mr. Till-
tTifVtv had tlreHinetl thHt hi minuet
would tK cr1tel(fd the nlmple mirrti-
tlvM lw ww iiwht. If It had boon
made t tlnip wouhl Imve put
tho mnt-r be) on! any powdblo mm-1
melon. Tlml he 1I1 illwetiiw It
with th nttorney geneml in proot
MWHig)h that he did not try to conceal
the ntfalr. and that tie did not con-
sider It lniiroier. as It wai noi Ini-
proHr on any account of offlokil or
The snnt(r amply oml jtmtlflably
retcHls the president In an attitude
of low rexeng. and downright mla-
represeniat ion of the facta bi the
eaie and licenser la both sceneed
ti ml convicted of gross and cruel
The wlwde coll I rover)' resolves Its-
elf Into this: Tliat Seimlor Tlllumn
desired to purchase some small iraclit
of iIiiiImt land and dlacovered that
they could noi be piirchaseil from the
original grantee which uhs liolilhu
them In violation of th" term ot Ur
giiveiiinneiU's grant; that his own per-
onJ liMerest was also the clear pub-
lic I nt creel and that since neither ho
nor any other cltUon cwild bring
nu action at law to have the Inml re-
leased for seitlHineut h prttti rdeil
In the only way possible in defend
the public I ii I er eat which haiv neil
to b( Ms own private Pi' ei. fo In.
atltnte action by the g )v. rmc.it.
To hold that such lomlii't is c
Un ach of official propriety Is tn hold
that public officials must cense to
exercise the private ligtW of cltl
The details beyond this are tjlf.
ling and Inconsequential except to
allow tlKit Mr. lt(Heve:t. niel not Mr.
Tlllumn. has dlHtortcl tho tiuth. We
are greatly relieved and rejoiced Mia'
Hen Tillman ha come cleon not
only because we are gkid that any
ItwMicent moil may ha acquitted. it
limiusu as the result of all the coil.
Kresslotifcl scanda's and miick rikliit;
he and other southern senators hsuu
soaped the reproiieh of mis'onluct
or Kifldellty to public trust. - I'i.i'
SUPPRESSION OF NOISES.
While IntclllKciit women nie vail-
nntly fighting for the siipprcHwInn of
street noises the public Is woudorUiK
how It can wtninl them liefm-. laws
lire eiiHcted to end them.
'I he worker In the country luiHii't
an Idea of wlmt the city worker has
to buttle agalnwt. All talking think-
ing writing and every form of work
must he done ngaJnst the rolling and
nunbllng of truffle the scream of
venders noises of street Idlers the
rattle of trolley cars amd the roar of
all kinds of machinery .
Those with mony can live out of
the city which now seems the end
and aim of everyone from the man
who earns ?1 a week to the multl !
lfnt the troubU- Ilea In the working j
Honrs jsvon though the great bulk ot
peopl. are now turning to the count iy
tor shvp. the wnge earners must con-
tend agabit a screaming iHdlam or
Its effect on the nervous Systran Is
more serious thnit Illness ami it Is
probably the cause of our harsh.
atTldeiit voices ami our Irritable mt-
u In nt mamiHt'.
Some day we may hnve noiseless
cities as fhey do gbroad but there in
now h fashion which lias been so
found so effective that it may bo well
to puss It ou. This Is to stuff the
ears with col I on when one has to d
amy kind of serious work against iv-
liuslncKS men. writers those who
have to toll am id machinery have
started this fashion and the doc: oh
quite approve It.
It keeps out the roar and rattle
keeps the nerves from being Jarred
rwl Jangled hjkI results In quiet.
which lead on to less temper uett r
manners and longer life.
V Kpectul meeting will be held
Thursiy. Jan. II. laoo. for the pur
of Initiating delinquent appll
ciMtts. A good nttendnuce Is desired
Slid Inquire Nichols will entertain
you. Fussy Wussy
J. It. ADAMS. Secretaiy.
The family of W. F. Tanker who
have msIiU'd here for several years
have left for their lie home t Wv-
woka. Mr. Hnker left here some tlmo
ago and his family goes to Join him
Yates Center. Kan. Sept. IS. 1S0S.
After my doctors gavn mo up to die
HaH's Texas Wonder cured me of
kidney and blaiUUr trouble. It Is tho
best medicine on earth. Mrs. H. S
Johnson. Sold by all druggists D&W
$20000 DAMAGE SUIT
SUPREME COURT WILL DECIDE
IN CASE AGAINST OKLAHOMA
FIRE CHIEF CITY RAILWAY.
Oklahoma City. Jan. 12 The Okla-
homa supreme court will be called
upon to decide the $20000 damage
shU of IMIay Stephen ntxl her two
damhteiK Itentrlre mid Ilernlco
Niwlnm. Ilrp Chief .Murk Keler. of
. . . . .
OkWhotnu City and the Oklahoma
City ralway company. The case
which was nptieatcd yesterday to the
supreme conrttfter having leen ills-
tnlaaed In the Oklahoimx county court
on a demurrer is the result of the
death of Daniel l. Stephens who was
run down at the corner of Main mm
Itrtwdwny on Sunday evening. Sep-
tember 17. 190S by Chief Keslar who
was rescinding to a fire alarm.
Acoordllig lo the evidence at the
coroner's ltiiiiet over Stephens' body
Chief Kesler was loading the wtiy to
the corner of llrcmtlway and Third
street riding In his light wagon and
followed by the other wagons from
the citniral fire station when the no
elilent occnrrtil. Mr. and Mrs. Stoph-
eim and one of their daughters were
wiiltlng to board a street car at Main
and llrmailwny nml were uiifcble to in-
onpo behig struck by the chluf'a
Stephens' skull was fractured and
his death occurred at I o'clock on
Monday morning. September IS 10(i
Mrs. Stephens was slightly Injured
an wa st he daughter. W. I'rultt.
who rushed Into the street to help
them was struck by the hose wgon
following Chief Kesler. and he also
The coroner's Jury held CJilef Kil-
ler blameless. Tho street car com
pany wis not mentioned In the ver-
dict but Is made n co ilefntulant Jn the
ilamage suit on the ground that
Mr. and Mrs. Stephens and daughter
had been riding on ono car hold
transfers to the May wood Hue and
woro ready to board u May wood car
when the accident occurred. Their
petition stateH that tho car failed to
stop for them nnd that It was In re-
turning to tho sldo walk fro nitho car
track that they wcro struck by thu
Stephens had been foreman In tho
mill of the Miller Walnut company
until i short time before the accident
but had rctdgucd IiIh position and In-
tended to leavo Oklahoma City for
Arkansas. He lived with his family
on Knst Fourth street. .
The alarm which called out tho
lire department for Its deiith-deallng
run was a tiilse one. an was found
when the flreunm arrived tit llroad-
way mid Third. Investigation failed
to determine th. Identity of tho per-
son or persons who Mimiiioued the
department iwid Chief Kesler stated
that It probahh had been done mere-
for the piirMise f furnishing the
Snmla exfiiniK crowd with an cm-
FOLK ON ALLEGED FRAUD
SAYS THAT EVEN IF HE RECEIV
ES THE NOMINATION FOR SEN-
ATOR. COULD'NT ACCEPT.
Jefferson City. Mo.. Jan. 111. V.
Goerno- Folk when asked toJay Ii
regard to the revelation or frauu
lit the seiia i oil hI primary election
In St. Louis niHile the following
"I could not accept the senutorshlp
now cn If it cuiiii be shown
that 1 was noinlniii.'il I o not
think it incumbent nnon me in fin-
ther mi inestigat on "
KANSAS ANTI-LOBBV BILL
INTRODUCES MEASURE WHICH
WILL PASS BOTH HOUSES.
Topeka. Kan. Jan. M. The moio
Ing session of both hoiihos of tin
leglslnturo today was dewited oniire
Iy to tho Introduction of bills. Tin
most llllKntilllt ia by ItPpreseina
tlve Davis democrat of Itourtioi
county whose bill asked Unit ti Joint
committee of live members of i in
senate be mimed to prepare an anti-
lobby bill. This Immediately passed
tho house and It Is oxpeottM will
pass the kenate.
Corn Raiser Sconce ot Tyrone bus
hus raised a crop of cobluss com
The ears yield ns much com ns those
proWded with a cob and the kernels
are large and iolld. As .t rult of
i his discovery the corn cob may dis-
appear Subscribe for tho Ardtnoroltc.
McGUIRE ARRANGES FOR MEET-i Newt Stewort. wro has lipeti li Jail
ING OF STATE LEADERS WITHlbpi' Saturday night clnvrged with ns
CONGRESSMEN IN CAPITAL. snult was tr.ken before Justice Win
frey yesterday afternoon nnd entered
! a plea of guilty pald his fine and was
DISTRIBUTION OF PATRONAGE' int s ih'-of N-wt
Stewart who was nrrosted on the
. I samo charge made bond yesterday
afternoon for his npiienrntice before
Is the Matter to De Discussed and :. Justice Winfrey Thursday. I in Orlf-
Each Will be Apportioned Their' ft.y who was arrested In the same
Share In the Interest of Harmo"y
Good Republican Politics.
Washington Jan. i:t Congressman
McColm stated- today that he haM nr-
nutted for u meeting Iri Washington
of tho republican congressmen elect
from Oklahoma State Chairman N' or-
ris nnd .Natl. Cominlttcem'un Cash
Cade before the close of the present
congress and at thnt conference there
will be a complete agreement as to
the distribution of patronage of tho
stale. Koch one of tho congressmen
will ho apportioned their share of
patiMiiago and so will NoitIh and
Ctide. They will all get behind the
demand for patronage lots of It.
This action will be taken to pre-
vent a repetition of the political ills
aster to republicans that followed the
unwise distribution of patmimge by
Hunter ami Fruit tx two years ago at
which time they wero in control of
the slate orgiinlxntlon and ran rough
shod over nil the nit of the republl
This Is undoubtedly good .republican
politics. There Is wisdom and sig-
nificance is the fact thnt this confer-
ence Is being delnyed and that (noth-
ing will bo done In iletiinnitlng patron-
age until after March I. The roptilj-
lleas nre fnunlc In their statements
that they are tired of rough riders.
It Is plain to he seen nlready that af-
ter March I no rough rider need ap-
ply and the Harvard men will havo
completed their post graduate course.
There are several matters In tho
wuy of patronage that the Oklahoma
republican could have undoubtedly
pushed through before Mrch I. but
they nre nwnre that lm case they did
so. thcr. are a Tew rough ilders still
on the wilting list so It is Just as
well to wait sixty days. While they
will not openly admit it the forma-
tion of the new reveniio district Is a
iiise In point. After a conference be
tweeu A. (!. Capers head ot the In
ternal revenue department of tho
I Pltflitllt'' Ollil Cllhunuit.n.i. ST...Im.. '
" " r J. II. oChnmtilon returned -oday
It was announced that Mr. Capers wns1 v . .
. ' i fivm Mtirietui iwliere he h.u n
not exactly satisfied that the rove-L
i.. m.ui ... . .. "diictlng tho defense of John ri
ereanon ot a i'v uistrict and that
he would wait until nfter March I.
Whethwr theiv Is a connection or not.
It look like a rough rider might have
heard of the proponed new Job as col-1
lector nnd made application which
under present circumstances would
b. sufficient to cause iblay until
HAINS' ATTORNEY CONCLUDES
FINISHED HIS SUMMING UP
CASE FOR DEFENDANT
NOON TODAY --TO JURY.
Flushing. I. I.. Jan. i:i The sum-
tiling up of the defetiwe in the trial ot
Tho. nton Jenkins Mains wa resumed
today by Attorney Mclntyre. who con-
cluded at noon today which was tho
time given him to llnish. Tno state
mn finish this evening m! the case
is ixpectnl to go to tho Jury early
Homer Wha.uic left today for
buslnci-s Msit to points north.
i' R M danis of Pallas Is tr.i s-
ding lnih'il SS here ttnlay
The conditions ami causes which produce Rheumatism nil siig.rtst a
healthful vegetable remedy ns the surest and safest cure The disease is
..ww uv ineii;cumuiauou ot uric acul an irrttatutff pain-producine
property tu the lilood. 1 his causes a weakening ami souritie; of the circula-
tion inch then becomes unfit for nourishiiiK the body while the deposits
oi line nciu in the nerves muscles.
agouv of Rheumatism. To treat the trouble with medicines cotitainiiiL' pot
nsli or other ptrotiB minerals is simply adilinp; another poison to the nlready
weak tltseased Wood Kitppiuj? it of its reiii.iiiiiiijj vitality and perhaps iit
the end making n physical wreck of the sufferer. The one safe nnd only cure
lor Rheumatism is S. S. S. It is natin. s teniedv fnr i.iu t.v...L i
entirely froi healthful vegetable inpredieiits extracted ftom the roots herbs
andbaiksof the forest nml fields. S. S. S. jroes down into the Wood nnd
removes every trace of the cause of Rheumatism cleanses and purifies the
circulation nnd restores health nnd comfort to those who are sufferine; from
this painful diseiise. There is hut one way to be sure you nre not dosing
your .system with mineral medicines nnd that is to take S. S. S. ll&ok on
Rheumatibiu nud any medical advice free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA GA.
AT THE COUNTY JAIL
CHANGES MADE IN ROAD BUILD
ING GANG L. L. GALT IS IN
i CHARGE WITH GUARDS.
case. Is still in Jail being unable to
Jim Herry. who has been In Jail for
the past few days chnrged with sell-
ing whisky was released on Iioik)
Kreiichy Hunter .who was convict-
ed a .few dnys past for sidling whisky
wan taken out to the road gang.
Tat'ley Richmond who has had
charge of the road gang for tho past
few mouths has resigned and I'o
Cult has been- appointed to micceod
him. Tom Xolcn and A. o I'nlllam
have both been appointed guards.
One will work during tho day and tho
other during the night.
Thu sheriff states that the prison
ers will be made to put In close time
nt work In tho future and that they
will not be allowed to hnvo time off
to come to town ou Saturdays and
Surdays as they have In the past.
The prisoners can bo made to do
much good In ihls way an Carter
county needs all the good roads pos-
sible and the prisoner Is also helping
to pay the expenses thnt It takes to
arrest and convict him nnd it will
cause many of them who have never
been used to manual labor to be more
careful how they violate the liw
C. O. Iliinn left today for a busHess
visit to Oklnhomn City and CiUhrle.
V. A. Niblack Is In Dougherty to-
day looklnc after business affairs.
Cov. Win. (!uy of Sulphti was a
visitor hero today.
It. (!. Alexander of H.uiliam. Texas
Is among the out of town visitors hen
S. W. Abbott ami do. A l'ettigrew
of Sioux City. South Dakota aro vis-
itors here today.
H. F. Turner returned from Marirtta
where he has boeit for the past few
days intending court.
J. A. Ilenmti of Hynti Is an ii!miro
Walter Hodges Is In tin- cU tod u
Notice Is hereby ghen that In
tween legal hours on the Ifith day of
Fibrunry. 1H09 I will olTer for salt
subject to the approval of the conn
the entire assets of the Hank or the
Chickasaw Nation. Said sale lo b-'
made at public outcry to the ihlghest
bidder upon three months' time.
with security to he approved by the
The successful bidder will be n
quired at the time of his bid to !
! posit a certified oheck of live bun
ureii dollars with mo. i:( lm
II. FOSTKU. Receiver
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
sTkAYK iTT) It STO I.Y:N On oy ear-
old white and liver colored pointer
dog. has white streak In forehead
wlilte forelegs wit liver specks
liver bacK. white hips and hind
legs liver spot at root of tail tall
white curving at poUit to right.
Will pr.y I'm- information leading
to leeoM lj r c Hick ts. Ho 311
rdnr re. okla Phone 117 red
tits anil hones nrrul lift' tll ttniii
lon or trade
tite and lav
llndcrinit cough bronchitis or bleeding at I lie lungs it will bring about a
cure in 9S per cent of all cases. It is a remedy prepared by Dr. It. N . I'ierce
of Uiilnilo N. Y. whose advice It (Ivrn fret to all who wish to write him. His
Ureal success has come (rem his wide experience und varied practice.
Don't lie wheedled by n peony-grabbing dealer into taking inferior substi-
tutes for Dr. I'iercc's medicines recommended to be "just as good." Dr.
Pierce's medicines arc of known covirosmoN Their every ingredient printed
on their wrappers. Made from roots without ulcohol. Contain no habit-
forming drugs. World's Dispells ry Medical Association lliilhilo N. Y.
REPORT OF POLICE CHIEF
SUBMITTED TO COMMISSIONER
OF CHARITIES SHOWS 334 PEO-
PLE PAID FINES IN QUARTER.
Chief of Police Ruck Garrett In his
reKit to Miss Kato Ilarnard. commis-
sioner of charities submitted the
following for tho quarter ending Dec.
Ill 1U0S: .131 people paid fines ot
that number 131! woro white men I "ij
white women S2 Indian men - In!
dlun women Ii! negro men and 23
negro women this does not Include1
those who mere fined nnd worked
the flms out on tho strut tg. The
usual fine In pollc. court Is ten dol
bus if each of tho 3;!1 persons was
lined ten dollars It amounted to
Till- is euiltc a iU.il of mono to ic
THE GREATEST CURE
GUARANTEED CURE FOR
Croup Whooping Cough Bronchitis La Grippe
Quinsy Hoarseness Hemorrhage of the Lungs
Weakness of the Lungs Asthma and
all diseases of
THROAT LUNGS AND CHEST
Eleven yeors aro Dr. King'o New Discovery permanently cured
me of a severe nnd dangerous throat and lung trouble and I've
been a well man ever since. G. 0. Floyd Merchant Kershaw S. C.
Choice or tiny ready made suit
out- liou.ie. .
Wo also have another large
.!..!. . . 1. i. -
From now on wo will make suits from $20.00 up and pants
from $f.00 up. Come and inspect our goods.
J. J. Stolfa
No ( "K . RO PRAK TIK" I No
Urugs ( (Done by Hand) (Surgery
Dr. C. Sterling Cooley
7-9 Sims Building. Telephone 409
I DO NOT TUEAT EFFECTS but REMOVE THE CAUSE
of ninety live pur cent of all diseases to which thu human body
Mmr'?!ny bpn?1 AdJus"tnts. When tho CAUSE is RE
MOVED natuial recovery is the QUICK and INEVITABLE
pm- T'm.t- WihiGl! iS iniIossihl Clin"t o "('eomplished but
Chiropractic has in many cases accomplished that which other
systems have co.iMdor.-tl imposi.llil... If .r tmo is nun bor.
ed amonf' these supposed impossibililios. notdt.MiaIr. 5vy
Chirojiractic and et well. ji. iij
Consultation and .xamination FREE. My former
patients tiro my best referenco Moiiiixtr Amnrican Chironrac
A'socS!iU SeClttry 0nMl" U"""P.acl!c KX'S
Over China Palace and Wonder Kioto
Do You Feel This Way?
feel all tired mil ? Do ou ometimc.
hut can't work away nt nur prole
any longer? Do ou hnc a pour "pe
awake at nidlil unable to sleep? Are
our nerve all one and our stomach too? I la am-
bition to lorc ahead in the world left )ou? If to you
might at well put a stop to imr misery. You can do it if
you will. Dr. 1'ierce's floldcii Medical I)icocry will
make m a different individual. It will set our tay liver
to work. It will set things right in )our stomach and
your appetite will come hack. It will purify mir blood
II there is any tendency in your family toward consumption
it will keep that dread destroser awny. Hsen after con
Mimntion lias almost Gained u (notliold in the form of a
paid into the court In three months
and many of those who paid fines no
doubt have families Hint aro now in
need of food and clothing. The poi'te
court department here has always
more than paid th salary of the po-
lice force and money from tho police
court was used In erecting thr prr-
otit police station. The majority of
the casus .that are tried In iolIce
court arc charged with being drunk.
If you will take Foley's Orlno 1ix-
ntlve until the bowels become regular
you will not havo to take purgatives
constantly ns Foley's Orlno Laxatlvo
posl vely euros chronic constipation
and sluggish liver. Pleasant to take.
For sale by all druggists. d (c w
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 186, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 13, 1909, newspaper, January 13, 1909; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc80947/m1/4/: accessed January 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.