The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 186, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 13, 1909 Page: 6 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
ArdmOre Wednesday Jan. 13 1909.
United States Depositor?
Oklahoma State Depository
Tapilil Sarptas and Addiffoaal
If till h.ink Is a sale plucn
far the city state nntl tuition to
deposit tholr funiln It In a safe
place for l!u farmer nml busi-
ness mil ii to keep IiIh liiudn.
LEE CRUCE President
0. IV. STUART Cashier
RING IN THE REV YEAR
With ii resolution to have here-
after only tiie host Hour. Put
your resolve into practice by or-
dering ii suck of Hig Hand Hour
today. You II tiud it bakes more
to tho pound and produces bet-
ter bread c.ike and pastry than
any you have ever used. Don't
forget the name Kin Hand Hour
has many imitators.
TILE! S SIMPSON COMPANY
Wholesale. Dlst rihutors.
San Antonio Tex
On Sale Daily
Good until June 1 1909
for final return
For information re-
garding samp call on
H. D. McCOLLOM
TKt. Aft't. Ardmore Ok.
V H KF.FNAN. (i 1 A.
O desi and must reliable ab-
stracters lu Caner county. Send
to us for abstract! an where
In Oklahoma. Wo also wilte
cyclone and nru lusurauce.
We are bonded abstractors.
Hal M. Cannon
i n s u R a n c e
nntl IS on ds
Vour business Iwill bo tip-
preciated. OfTico Noble Buildin
Phone 619 J
1. ii main a
LIST OF MEMBERS COMPOSING
SECOND STATE LEGISLATURE
Following Is a complete list of sen-
ator nml representative composing
Die second tosslon of the state leg-
islature: Democratic Representatives.
('. M. Anderson McCnrtHln Idnbel.
W. II. Anlliony Stephens. Mnrlow.
S. 0. Ashliy Juekson Klilonulo.
.1. S. Hell Caddo. Lookeha.
I'M Itoyle Haskell Chant. I
Milton lit.' mi Pottawatomie ShnW-
A. .1. Hutu. Alfalfa Cherokee.
V. 8. Carson. Pottawatomie Aah-
er. I'. I.. I homes Tiilaa Itrokeu Ar-
row. H. C. lturnette. Waahlln. Cortlell.
Frank I. Casteel Cimarron Doby.
Milton It. Cop. Catiaillan 131 Reno
ivtrr J. Coyne Vlnltn Craig anil
lid I. Dunn Oklahoma Oklahoma
W. I'. Durham Pottawatomie To-
K .1. Knrle. Texas Guyinon.
K. A. Kwell. llryan Diirnnt.
W. A. Diirant Durant Aloku nml
J. V. Faulkner Kiowa .Manlton.
V. F. Gilmer. Carter Ardmore.
It. L. (Hover (Iraily. Hush Springs.
lien I'. Harrison Calvin. Pitts-
burg anil I Inches.
Frank lluddleston. I'ontoloc. Ada
D. U. Hughes Mayes) Ailalr.
S. W. Ilutchlns Cleveland. I.cxlng-
ton. Henry Ireton Grady. ClilckaHha.
neo. K .latin. Coal Coalgutc.
A mil II. .Inpp Law ton Comnnclio
an J Stephens.
X. .1. Johnson. Hughes. New burg.
II. It. King Tlllinan Frederick.
(5. W. Lewis llerkliani Snyro.
Lou 1ivclace Latimer Kcil Oak.
II. M. MoFlhaney Pittsburg. Hull-
anola. J. It. McCalla. Love. Marietta.
.1. W. McDnffee Marshall. V I
C. C. Matlils LeFlore Monroe.
J. II. Mnvey jr. Shawnee. Potta
watomle ami Lincoln.
John M. Moore Olney Coal anil
Joseph I. Paschal linger Mills
Prentiss Price Osage Ilnnilny.
I M. Putnam Oklahoma Oklahoma
!: X. HutelluV Crulg. Vlnlla.
M Ratllff Johnston. Manns
Katllrr Ada. Pontotoc and
ltees. pill. Custer and
T L. Rller. Adair. West vllle.
Win S Rogers. Pittsburg Klown.
Leslie p Ross. Comanche. I.awton.
I .1 Rotenlierry Garvin. Stratford.
Limes J. Savage. Greer. McKnlght.
le C Sat age. .lerferson Hastings.
Wm. 1.' Semple Hryau Caddo.
Joe Smith Caddo. AnadarKo.
Howell Smith. Custer Thomas.
Lee 11. Smith Delaware Grove.
J W. Smith. Grant. Manchester.
J K Terial. Kloitii. Hohart.
.1 TIllotMin Nownto. Nowata.
J 1'. Tucker. Ottawa. Ottawa.
M. Turner. Murray Davis.
Rot. Wallace Garvin Pauls Val-
ley lob n R Whayne Carter. Ardmore.
Ltinaii W. White. Choctnw. Hugo.
Tliomas S. Whltson. McClnln. Pur-
cell Hen T Williams. Pushmataha
Hen F Wilson. Cereal Caddo Can-
adian and Cletcland.
G I. Wilson Greer Mangum.
C S Worman Rogers Clareinore.
o H. Acton logun Guthrie
.lolni Honar Pawnee Pawnee.
John II llrldges Woodward Wood-
ward. Richard C. llrownlee Dewey. Ta-
higa. J P. Calhoun Wagoner. Wagoner.
John H Charles Uucoln Stroud
K M. Clark Pawnee anil Payne
'hah. m Compton Kay. Wash-
itnga. Chas. A. Cook. Sluskogoe Muako-gi-e
II. P. Covey. Kills. Fargo.
Rolit. J. Dixon. Okfuskee. Weleet-
ka. A. I- lMglngton. Rlalne. Watonga.
. C. Hamlin Iogat Gutbrle.
Geo. O. Helm. Creek Moumls.
R. K. Howe. Noble. Whlterock.
J. SI. lluniphroys. Atoka. Atoka.
Isaac. Jacobs Senuoynh. Muldrow.
C. G. .loneii. Oklahoma Oklahoma
James Knox Mtitkogeo Hoynton.
J. H. Llmioln Oktnulgee Henry-
J. II. I.ockwooil Lincoln. MoLoud.
Lester A. Marls Kay Potion City.
IMward .Merrick Muskogee Mus-
kogee. A. .1. Mllsap Mcintosh Chenitnh.
Clint Moore Washington Ikirtlet-
vllle. S. W. Murphy Oklahoma IMinund.
II. ''. Pnrtorm. Woods Alva.
fieo. W. IHirtrldge Cherokee Alfat
fa and Grant.
Joseph M. Porter GnrfleU. Knld.
C. Ifi. Sexton. Payne. Perkins.
John S. Kheiirer Logan. Guthrie.
Jon Sherman Major. lietelle.
J. 11. Simmons Tulsa Creek and
Arthur A. Stull. Garfield loihoma.
.1. J. Sullivan Howe Seipioyah mid
II. M. Tate. Seminole Wowokn.
A. W. Tooley Heaver. Hoover.
Harvey IMterback Kingfisher
Henry L .Vogle Harper Palace.
Ilonry Ward Cherokee. Hulbert.
Hiigcne Watrons Knld Kingfisher
H. L. Mitchell (n) Cheyenne Dlsl.
Henry J. Denton (D) Dryden Dlst.
J. J. Williams (D) Weathorford.
P. J. Colliding (D- Knld. Dlst. S.
J. (J. Netfcll (D) JennliiKB. Dlst
M. F. KKgcrnmn (D) Shawnee.
Geo. I). Johnson (D). Ft. Cobb
J. Klmer Thomas (D) Lawton.
Harry K. Allen (D). Anlmore
R. P. Whayne. (D) Lexington Dlst
Jesse M. Hatchett (D- Mead Dlst.
William M. Franklin (D). Mndlll
H. M. Landrum (D) Tahliuab.
Dlst. HO. '
W. P. Stewart ) Antlers. Dlst.
Hurst (Warren Warner) Dlst. 22.
Finest I). Chapman (It). Toukawa
Harper S. Cunningham (R) Guth
rle. Dlst. 12.
Frank M. Colvllle (R- Mustang
Hiunry D. Hrownlco (R) Kingfish
er. Dlst. 10.
Harry 11. Heeler (10. Checotoh
J. Harry Cloonnit (10. Hunch
R. T. Potter (It) Okmulgee Dlst
Frank L. Warden (R) Holilenvllle
Senators that Hold Over.
Richard A. Hlllups (D). Cordell
II. S. Hlalr (D). Katie DUt. 19.
R. S. Curd (R). Aline. Dlst. 7.
S. A. Cordell (D). Chandler Dlst
Clarence Davis (D). Hrlstow. Dlst
R. K. Kohols (D) Klk City. Dlst.
J. C. Graham (D) .Marietta. Dlst.
J. M. Key (D). Pryor Creek. Dlst.
T. F. Meiimiliiger (D) Atoka Diat.
J. S. Morris (DL Hooker. Dlst. 1.
Tom Moore (D). Custer. Dlat. 8.
W. N. Redwlne (D). McAlester.
RueUea M. Roddle (D) Ada. Dlst.
Campbell Russell (D) Warner
S. J. Soldanl (D) Ponca City.
K. T. StorreU (D- Milton. DUt.
Roy K. Stafford (D). Oklahoma
City. Dlit. 11.
J. H. Strain. (D). Wtuiii. Dlgt. r
D. M. Smith (D). Duncan. Dlst. 17.
I K. Taylor (D) Chickaslm Dlst
A. K. Fpdegraft (R). Fair Valley
P. J. Wager (Dl Tulsa. Dlst. 31
Brave Fire Laddies.
often receive severe minis putting
out (ires then use Hticklln s Arnica
Salvo and forget them. It soon dilveii
out pain. For Hums Scalds. Wounds
Cuts and Uralses It's earth's greatest
healer Quickly cures Skin Kruptlons.
Old Sores. Rolls Ulcers. Felons:
best Pile cure made. Relief Is Instant.
23c at Anlmore Pharmacy. d & u
WE CAN DO YOUR GAS FITTING
Don't wait until it gets cold again.
Phone 60. Ardmore Supply Co.
SETTING OF CRIMINAL DOCKET
FOR THE DISTRICT COURT
FEBRUARY TERM 1909.
HhIow la the setting of the criminal
docket of the dlHtrld court for the
February term of 1100. At this term
all the old onsra Will be disposed of.
hero nru only twelve oase3 011 the
docket that weru filed boforo stato-
hool and the reason that they havo
not been tried Is thr.t Judge Russcl
was dlwpiallfled. having been employ
ed as attorney la these cases boforo
statehood but this term they will all
bo dldlMMcd of.
Judgo Russell will hold court horc
the flint week after the term begins
and the secoml and third weuka will
be hold by a apeclul Judge and Judge
Rust II will hold court In Texas
county. There are nine murder oatus
to be disposed of among them being
the Foonheo and llallew cam.
.Monday February 1 1909.
Charlie Hennett. nipe.
Arthur Iiiugliis Angle ICverliart
Fnink P.iltou harboring borso
Oce Jones larceny and rec.
Tuesday February 2.
John Runner larceny.
Thursday February 3.
Ike Sanders rape.
Loin Roberts rape.
Hen Ford rape.
Jim Kd wards adultery.
Tom Huttdy ami Girlie McGec In-
cest. Tom Ashley incest.
Arthur Arlington disturbing the
W. F. Mull practicing medicine
Monday February 8.
The following cases will bo tried
before special judge Judge. Russell
being disqualified therein.
W. M. llallew murder.
Joiuw Foojtliee John Fooshec lnnr
Jonr.s Fonsheo John Fooshee Kno
Collins. Luther Frost murder.
Jonas Fooshee assault to kill.
Wednesday eFbruary 10.
eGo. ICmbeiiln niiiMler.
Thursday February 11.
John Peterson murder.
Friday February 12.
Clay McCoy murder.
Monday February 15.
Geo. T. Iove murder.
Tuesday February 16.
John Nelson Intercourse femalo
John Nelson incest.
Wednesday February 17.
J. II. Ivo murder.
Friday February 19.
Oce Jones larceny and receiving.
Oeo Jones larceny and receiving.
Oce Jones malicious trespass.
The following cases will bo trie
before regular judge;
Tuesday February 23.
Jus. Raker assault to kill.
.1. F. Greenwood assault to kill.
Will Greenwood Andy Greenwood
Andrew Fields assault to kill.
Wednesday February 2-1.
Manila CiimmliigK. assault to kill.
Texanu Rauisou assault to kill.
Thursday February 25
Kuneno Taylor larceny.
Rube Williams larceny.
Hytmm Johnson larceny.
Friday February 26.
Lei- Owens forgery.
Frank Nero forgery.
Friday February 26.
C K. Carter embezzlement and
Monday March 1.
Hence Cohee murder.
Mary Toles. Sam Qulnn murdor.
Fifth Sunday Program.
Program of Fifth Sunday meeting
to be held with the South Ardmore
Uaptltt church beginning Thursday
evening before the fifth Sunday l:i
January. 1909. j
Thursday evening. 7 o'clock Ser-
mon by J. M. Ilamtnons; alternate A.
Friday morning. 9 o'clock Devo-
tional service by John Perkins.
9:80 The pastor the teacher and
exemplar of his flock and the com-
munity. Lent by R. C. Haker; open
11 a. in. -Sermon by J T. Ray: al-
ternate H. F. Cooley.
Friday afternoon 2 o'clock Devo
tlonul exercises 'ed by J. W. lluchau-
an. 2 30 Should the pastor give his
whole life to tho work of God's king
dom led by J. T. King; open discus
FrlJay evening Sermon by Oscar
Paschal!; alternate J. A. Smith.
Saturday morning devotional exer-
cises led by W. L. Patty.
9:30 The work of the Homo Mis
sion Hoards In Oklahoma Ul by J.
F. Young; open discussion.
11 a 111. Sermon by J. A. Wynne
2:30 Hoard meeting.
7 o'clock Sermon by J. K. Jones.
Sunday morning session -Sunday
School 10 a. m.
Sermon at 11 a. 111. A. W. Me-
lt I tin ey.
Sermon Sunday evening 7 o'clock
by A. C. .Miller.
Hro McKlnnoy and some of the
children from the Orphans' Homo at
Oklahoma City will be present and
take part In the eleven o'clock ser-
vice. Wo are especially anxious to
have a large representation of the
churches. Come brethren prepared
to remain ovor Sunday We ofTer you
the best entertainment our homes af-
ford. A committee will meet you at
the church Thursday afternoon to as
nlgn you homes.
We onrnestly request that every
church and cvory member of the sev-
eral churches send a contribution to
our mission work.
' Very respectfully
J. A. WYNNK
R. A. WIL30N.
D. N. CURH
A Religious Author's Statement.
For several years I was afflicted
with kidney trouble and last winter I
was suddenly stricken with a severe
pain In my kidneys and was confined
to bed eight days unable to get up
wl'bout assistance. .My urltio con-'
tnlned a thick white- sediment and J
passed same frenuentlt- dat- and ntcht.1
I commenced taking Foley's kidney
Remedy and the pain gradually abat-
ed and finally ceased and my urine
became normal. I cheerfully recom-
mend Riley's Kidney Remedy. For
salo by all druggists. d Ac w
Notice of Hearing Petition for Pro-
Notice Is hereby given to all per-
sons Interested In the estate of John
A. Gordon deceased that on the Cth
day of January 1909 W. F. McKnlght
produced and filed In the county court
in tho County of Carter State of Ok-
lahoma an Instrument In writing
purporting to bc the last will and
tentament of John A. Gordon deceas-
ed and also filed In said court a
pettlon praying for the probate of
said will and that letters testamen-
tary Issue thereon to W. F. McKnlght.
tho executor named In said will.
Pursuant to an ordor of said Court
made on the (ith day of January
1909 at the hour of 10 o'clock a. ni
of said day that being tho day of the
regular January 1909 term of
said Court has been anointed
as the time of hearing said
pettion and proving said will at
tho County Court room In Ardmore
in said County of Carter Stnto of
Oklahoma when and where all per-
sons Interested may aiear ami con-
In testimony whereof I have here-
unto sot my hand and the seal of
said County Court this 7th day of
I. It. MASON
J. C. THOMPSON. County Judge.
Atty. for Petitioner. 710 17
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I. C. Potterf. B. A. Walker
POTTERF & WALKER
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
M. F. WINFREY
Attorney at Law. i
iiBtlce of the Peace Notary Puhlli
toomi 14 and Hi Noble Hldg.
Phones: Resl 836 blue. Oillce HIK
CAPT. J. R. PULLIAM
Justice of the Peace.
ttoonia In Pennlngton& Sluims Hldg.
jhas. J. KappJer. Chas. H. Merllllat
Compiler "Indlm Active Court
Laws and Treaties" Practitioner
KAPPLER &. MERILLAT
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
ractlee before all Courts; On
tress. Government departments and
'ommlsHloiiH Indian Cases a ipe
Iffice. Dond Hld'g. Washington D. C
FREDERICK P. VON KELLER M. D. i
Surgery Eye Er Nose and Taraat
yes accurately fitted with Ouum I
'Phoaes: Offle 14. Kealdi
Dri. von Keller Hardy A Her.ry.
Woderu equipment for the scientific
reatment of all surgical cases.
Trained nurses lu attendances.
W. M. ANDERSON
Office: 3m! h's Livery Dark.
- 'in i . i 1
V. A.Tucki'tt T. V. Myall
TACKETT & MYALL
CrfttM la Blms-PennlDftM BulMlaa.
Will soon be here and wo are going to have a bigger
and better stocit than ever before. No old stuff car-
ried over. We would appreciate your December groc-
ery account. Prompt service and courteous treatment
Felker The Grocer
P. S. Just received a car of our Celebrated "Queo
of the Pantry" Hour.
Pennington Grocery Company
Says this is to be the hardest winter in ten
years and that reminds us to ask you about
your plumbing. Better have it done now
We arc making red hot prices on both
plumbing and tin work.
West Main Street Phone 9
A. D. HYDE
Miner and Refiner of Asphalt
Your inquiries and patronage solicited if interested in
rock asphalt for paving purposes refined
asphalt for roofing etc.
Write for prices and samples. Shipping point Ardmore
The Ardmore Sanitarium
Miss Hinds has chargo of training school for
nurses. Receive!? both medical and surgical pa-
tients. Thoroughly modern in every particular.
Special operating room. Good sorvico terms
reasonable. The medical profession solicited.
DUS. HARDY VON KELLER & HENRY
To Loan on Farms
Money paid when papers are signed. No commission
or examination charges.
Gorman and Bogie
Insurance nml Loans
Over City Nat'l Bank. Phono 50 Ardmore Oklahoma
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