The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 186, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 13, 1909 Page: 8 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday Jan. 13 1909.
FIRST STATE BANK
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
THE NEW YEAR
When tliiu-.iniU f wmnrii viy tli.it thev have been
urod of their ailincnt- by a certain remedy does this not
prove the m Tit of that remedy ?
Thousands of women have written the story of their
suffering and have told how they were freed from it by
Lydia li. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for thirty
jears these report- have been published all over America.
Without great merit this medicine could never have
gained the largest sale of any remedy for woman's ills
never could have become known and prized in nearly every
country in the world.
Can any woman let prejudice stand between herand that
which will resrore her health? If you believe those who
have tried it you know this medicine docs cure.
Read this letter from a grateful woman then make up
your mind to give Mrs. Pinkham's medicine a chance to
Itroolctyn N. V. " I am u linn licllcvor In l.ytlln H. IMnk-
liuin's WjjHhMo ('oiiiiotnnl. I wiim n (jri'iil sufferer frinu organic
feiimlo trouble for years anil almost despaired of over being;
well again. I liatl liciirinp;-ilovii pains limiuichc lieiuliuiio
unit pains In my abdomen and tried Airs. IMnklinm's Compound
us a last resort. The result was astonishing anil I have used It
and advoeatetl it ever since. It is a great hoon to expectant
mothers. I have often said that I should like to have Its merits
thrown on the sky with a search-light so that women would
read and ho convinced that there Isa remedy for tliclr suffering.
" .My hushand Joins me in Its praise lie has used It for kidney
trouble and heen entirely cured." Airs. K. A. Itlshop ItMTi
Atlantic Ac. Itrooklyn N. V.
l-'or :iO years Lydla 1-2. Pinkham's Vegetable
(Nimpolind has heen the standard remedy for
female ills. No sick woman does justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
IWiuIe exclusively from roots and herbs and
lias thousands of cures to its credit.
BBBS M ' I'lnkhani invites all sick women
W to write her for advice. She has
guided thousands to health free of charge.
Address Airs l'inkhaiii hyim Alass.
MINERS WALK OUT
THOUSAND MINERS WALK OUT
AT COALGATE REFUSE TO
WORK NEAR DYNAMITE.
'oalguto Okla.. Jan 12. WIUi plolc
.n il shovel oiii) thousand mhwrs em-
l ived In the Coalgute coal mini
talked out on strike Utility prepared
n-fuse to work mil II the oeraton
U till rve the stato law provhl-
in.' that only sufficient blasting jsiw-
l i for one day's urns sluill lio carried
Into the mine.
The wnlkout followed a dispute with
Mic operator. The niiwrs ilemnmlett
Yit tlie officials not iH'tiult more
4h:iii emugh powder for 21 hours
to lie Uiki'n Into the pits. 'I'liis the
ii! barons refused to sanction ami
t i tlcup results. The men elsUM
IF YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE
Almut lli..lrinr vnur flux". It mllio mll.fw ll'MI I
tn know tht mviy miiii cnii i-r ihM' sio
miiMli'rlijrFprinklliiQ Allen's Knot-l'-i-o liil;th;m. .
.liiKllliotliliii: for lUiiruiK l'ariu-( I'Mi-iil Uviih.f
hlii- niul for liriii Inn In Ni' Mm Win n
nihil r- pr imi'IhIhm- lcranp ni'ii'wnry ntul j"ir i
iliwi Hindi. All.-11'i. Pool lii-puni-lii.tantr.'ii. I
SuKt Kvcrywtii'ruc. MtiiiN' l'KKh. Ail.lrf..
A BAD BACK IS A BAD HANDICAP
I . w of us can afford to be Idle.
1 to those who won a sound.
km.k buck li a necessin. A bad
i. u prevents ro' or sleep and
i s all day wlih a dull tired
I Min t think because sharp tw limes
i.e you wnen you im or ii
uit. or reaeh. that our work i
hard for ou. Had lrck are
. union tn every occupation. Those
... and twinges are only N i
i s warning tht the kldne - n e.i
I U to toll U the klilncN
a sick and are not thorough)) do
Ing tUslr work of filtering the moon .
It i. kache 1 ait earl warning. Head
a. he. dlaay wells puffy swelling
ider he eyes or In the tinkles an j
i..(t-. tvervousness. Irritability men
o.aiic pain and -tired feelings a.n
or kidney Ills.
Cxamlno the urine. If I Is ex
.-mely pale and light the kldnes
tire not Retting u' all of iliat uii.-
i on If it l- d irk colored an I
-K passages mo frequent or too
mty. If then' Is am sediment de
;i -Itod wnen p fl.i'id- if p.t-sa'tes
' i' ii or ialn. that is pro l i innuii
Ooan's Kiduev Pill! ti.n gue.i
i' the lildiie - iii . 1 a' i. ir i hi
Sold by all dealers Prue 50 ccnti 1'ostik Muuw Co HiaTalo
that tho companies are violating tlx.
state mining law In this respect.
Should the cold wentther which now
pre alls. List 1 tiger than a week It li
prohuhle that the strike will havi
tolling effect. The men aro firm hi'
their ili'lennlnilllon not to give In
ami on the other hand the tn I n of
Ikinl are cnunlly positive that thu
strike will he hroken.
An effort looking toward arbitration
ot the differences between the two
faction will prolsibly he made If the
strike Is not settled within a reasoi
I'oteau Is on tin' verge of uii.is
the general ofllces of the Ingram
Lumber company- which controls
000 iicres of tlinhep lauds In iNistein
Oklahoma umi western Arkansas.
Card of Thanks
We sincerely desire to thank our
friends and neighbors for the kind-
ims shown us dining (he Illness and
dentin of our hcloved daughter nnd
. .ii. (mil iiiim fhfitii.- iiu tiiiiiiiiiiiii
ulrls for their kindness.
. .. nunil unit r.inillv
Mr ami Ylrs IMhkkU unit l ainll).
New woolens and new spiinic fall-
rlcs nl lerj ilescrlptlon at Westhiim
li-r & D.iubes.
'or Daily Work. Out Needs
:i Strong laik and Well
t) v A a
TN -f STORY i
Ml ll.trU lc Mltr wriL enni
'J Wl I -J IIIV V (
MOST REMARKABLE CONSTRUC-
TION WORK IN OUR TIMES" HE
50000 MEN AT WORK
It Will Be Finished in 1915 Dut Will
Cott Twice as Much as Estimated
He Asserts Some Facts He Learn-
ed While on His Vint.
Wnshfngrton. Jn. 12. "The most
remtirkMblc cotuitnictlve pmpo!iUon
tht has Ikm'ii unilertiikeii In moduru
Itepresenlntlve NMctor Mitrdoek ot
W'lchltu thus icfern to thu work of
hulldlUK the I 'annum catml. Mr. .Mur-
thxik nticheil Washington today fnitn
Panama whore ho accompanied a
confircHslonnl parly on a tour of In-
spection of the canal work. He went
over the entire route of the canal
twice and inspected every feature of
the project. The party was personal
ly conducted over the Isthmus hy
Colonel 0'thals the army engineer
In charge. Mr. M unlock returned to
WnshliiKton enthusiastic obout the
In connection with the canal pro
ject the facts stand out clearly" he
said tonight. "The canal will 1io built
and successfully oporaU'd. It will cost
iii-aily twice the amount orlclually
estimated and It probably will not
lake nearly so Ioiik to finish 11 ns the
most enthusiastic eiinnl advoca'es
have couteiiiplnt d. The fulled St.i'
ook held of It hi' P.HI.i. Unless an
epidemic Interferes with the construe
Hon work It will hp ready ff- ship
'i I tt 1 .". This estimate Is based iip'iu
Hie time required for the war's thai
has been done. It will cost hMW'cii
.r.O and mo million' dollars.
"Fifty thousand men. ar(. at work
and every man appears to be woralii;
as If the succesit of tho project de
pendeil niton him alone. The scene
tin the Isthmus from uiorulii); until
nlKbt reminds one of the actt w't i
a force of circus men breaking up
nfur Ike iiIkIu iierforinnnce.
"t'ntll one visits the Isthmus he cir.
harilly realize Just what the canal
project contemplates. When It Is cdiIi
pletcd a slilp will sail from the At
laullc side throe miles tliniiixh
ditch S00 feet wide then for a ills
tuuee of three-quarters of a tulle i.i
three locks which will ekvato It
elRhty-fivo feet. From thy lust l-ick
It. will ko twenty three mlleg Ihrounh
I.ske (; it t it in. thou eight mil s t'truiiKlt
another canal out through the '''il -bra
mounlaliih; then comes the I'e lio
Mhiuel lock which lowers It fifty-five
frt Into Itke l'edro .Mhpiel; from
this lake It will sail three quarters of
a mile through two locks called Mlru
Flore after which It will hktiIii be
at sen level. A distance of tin oo and
oae half miles will hrltiK It to the ra-
"Of course the most difficult un-
iliMiuklliK Is the (Miristiui'llon of the
(latum dam It will not he a dam at
all as we. who have seen mill duuis
ImaKlne. The so-called dam will he
n lai-p- hill. lnrKT (ban any hill In
S diiwick count v Kansas. In the con-
strucilou of this hill little cement Is
si rung sound hacks to thousands.
Tliii- remedy cures backache and uri-
nary troubles by removing the caime
1 uiing the kliliit'NS.
Sevinty-lle ears ago lkan'n Kid-
in Pills weie curing kidney trou-
bles in a settlement of Quaker far-
mers. Now the remetty 1 used in all
the chlllzed world. It Is praised
alu-iMtil in many tongue. It Is rec-
ommended at home by iveoplo you
P. Whiten. Whlttlngton Hotel.
Vi-duiore. Okla. s.ijs: "The euro
lo.tn's IKdney Pills elTcctod In my
case sonio years ago has remained
permanent and I believe I will nev-
er have the slightest sign of kidney
tumble again. In 1H01 1 was iKiiier-
ed greatly by the secretions noi..
my kidneys. There wnj ti retention
of same and pasnages were geuer-
.i!i atended with pain. I found
IVuin's Kidney Pills which I procur-
ed front Frame's Hrug Store to be
an excellent specific uv tnls trim-
hie Thev cured me promptly and
I have fcinco recommended them to
everyone I have heard complain of
kidney trouble I belltne Doan's Kid-
ney Pills to be he best remedy for
th0 kidneys on the market today."
N Y . Proprietor.
- inl w " i ! v
i I Hi i rt r
WANTKI) To mak" jou farm loans
quick action no delay reasonable
ri ot Interest. O. I Chancellor
ovrr Dllzlei Dr Goods Co. lOtf
NOTICB If the party who plckor up
my hub)- go curt on C treet nort't-
w. st. between 2nd wnd 3rd avenues
will return ame no (piestlons will
he naked. W. F. Oilen at Anlmoie-
Ite or SOS C mrcot N. w.
LOST Strayed from my place on II.
treet and Second avenue N. li. a
black Poland China pit?. Will welsh
about isjunds. Finder please
phuue GUI. 10-3
WANTUD Poaltlon in atore by boy
.0 yearn of tine. Will hpj?ln at low
snhiry. (lood ruferencts. Address
V. care Ardmorelte. 13-11
W'ANTT.I) ." or S-rooni house mod
ern If x)sslble. Call Mrs. Hoss
Hockley WhltthiRtoii Hotel. ..12-li
V.NTi:i)--A Klil ai Solomon's llak-
used. It will he built of clay and rocks
and thu engineers will Imitate nature
lit the construction of tin impervious
soil. When it is completed it will
stand as solidly as Plko's peak. The
other dam can be constructed without
"The scene on the Isthmus Is a
remarkable one. Stretched out before
you Is a strip of land on. which are
thousands of men worklni? with all
tlulr mlKht. hundreds of construction
trains thousands of drills and shov-
els and dynamite popping every min-
ute. It's worth Koine to Panama lO
see. I am koIiik hack there the Mrsl
Kan wis Is wtil represented on the
Isthmus. Frank P. Miracle ot Cheney
Is at the la-ad of the largest supply
concern there. It Is the ICmplre.
.lames Seaffern of IXwIko City and W.
1 1. Stevenson of llelolt havo responsi-
ble iioidtloiiH with the Panama rail-
road company. W. H. Jones formerly
of Kneisas City an Atchison. Topoka
& Santa Fe railroad man also has
been with tho railroad hut while 1
wit on the Isthmus hi1 left for Kuca-
dor wlKTe he will build a 'railroad
throimh tho Andes mountain.-!.
"While In Panama I was Impressed
with the fact that all of the flour
mills of Minneapolis. I made m kick
used on the Isihumus comes from the
on this and was told to have repre-
s ll'.IIIW of the K:lllh. s in 11 1 h sub
mil sample- oi fluu tli.it can stand
tli" iilni.it. "
WIL EMPLOY LADY AS SECRE
TARY AND MISSIONARY OFF I'
CERS THANKFUL TO PUBLIC.
The Itenevolent Society held n
most Important meeting yesterday af-
ternoon. This society has been doing
a great work In a very unlet way. It
began 'woth a small membership. In
a very bad time for such work and
has labored under every disadvan-
tage that it oculd possibly sustain.
The chliroh cop1e have helped a()
far us the many calls upon tihetn
allowed but every church nienibei
who knows how numerous nnd prcis-
ing are the bare money obligations
iiK)n those mho "give tithes of all
they possess." The good women of
tho society have shrunk from press
ing their claims upon the public
preferring. s0 for as iiossthle. to let
tin- offering made them be spont-
aneous. The response from the peo-
ple of Arihnore we are told hy the
offlcers of the society has heen
wonderful. In all the stress of panic
times under the disabilities caused
hy bad crops at a tlmo when pelf-
denial seems to have reached the
limit with many of our people thoy
have yet given of their living to aid
those In worse conditions than them-
sehes. The president of the society
esterduy received twenty-four dol
Inrs. She and all the members de
sire to thank most heartllv those
who have made this answer to the
cry of those In need. It will never
he forgotten hy them anil they aie
cci'isiu that tlioM' thus answering
are. like Abou Hen 'Adliein. written
In the lKiok of the 1ord as those-
"who love their fellow-men." So
shall they be among those "whom
love of Ood hath blessed."
The society has rented the rooms
on the second ttoor of the Jones
building (two of them) as head-
quarters. It is the purpose ot thv
ir mint iy a tim k work '
Ini'ivi ltt w int mil
l Oll UIC.NT Furnished ruouis
modern cotivcnlencos close
Phono 11C W. It. Hoborts.
Oil HUNT Two "upstairs office
rooms. Apply 11. A. Jones Furniture
FOIt ItKNT lurntfched downstairs
room within two blocks of Mailt
street. 1'hono Ctl.
FOIl SALIC FOIl CASH Or trade for
unincumbered Improved farm my1
home place on II street and lltlr
avenue northwest. Terms given If
desired. Phouo CIS or 121. O. li.
FOIt SAUK My fnrni consistlnt; of
250 acres. 100 acres In cultivation
balance In pasture nnd timber close
to Wheeler oil fields. Call or write
J. H. Hector. Healdton. Okla.
FOIl SAI.K Six-room house and lot
comer U street and Sixth avenue
northwest; pood barn; all modern
conveniences. Apply W. J. Wil-
FOIl SALIC Old papers good to go
under carpets paper the walls of
your rooms or make warm fires
HAY FOIl SALIC At 20 cents per
hale at my home one mile west
of Ardmore. Jim Watklns. o-G
FOIl SALE Coupon Uooks at Ard
READ ARDMOREITE WANT
society to select a lady to be In
charge of these rooms and to answer
all calls In regard to work and at-
tend to it In a general way to he
In fact a sort of city missionary.
This plan will he as has been the
case wherever tried more satisfac
tory than nny other. The women
who are doing tho work In other
towns are doing genuine (loudness
wo.'k. whose results will only be re
venled la the day when all effoili
will stand forth In their true light
Much of course depends iisin the
person selected. She should be one
who has known sorrow for only
those can -deal with distress and lav
tender hands upon Hliiinliinu wounds
She should be courteous intelligent
ready to meet all classes of society
and able to suggest plans unci carry
tliHin out 'when special emergencies
arise (liven such a secretary work-
er as this and all the work or the
society will be advanced. There aie
such women as these anion j us. and
they can he found right here In
L. M". Kaves of Poolrvlllo was a
IXow embroideries new laces new
ribbons new hosiery and thousands
of other notions. U mew at West
heliuer & Daube's.
(By Win. Newman-
Chickens Sc gross or $15.00
Tu keys 10c st.
Kggs 2'c per dozen.
Green hides fic.
Dry hWog 10c.
Iluttor 20c to 25c.
Mink ii.oo to fa.r.o.
Coon 2."o to 7".c.
Skunk Sf.c to U..U0.
Opossum 20 c to AO o.
dry Cold Storage)
Hogs lc to fic grow.
Cows 2c to 2Vc gross.
Calves 3 14c gross.
(By J. II. Urady)
Corn shelled $1.H0 -er 100 lbs.
Chops 1 .35.
Hay $u.00 per ton.
Cotton seed meal $1.C0 per 100 lbs.
Strict middling S.7.'.
flood middling 9c.
Strict low 8.2.1.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate by
In tho matter of the estate of A. J.
Notice Is hereby given in pursu-
ance of n ordr of the County Court
of the County of Carter. Stato of
k Arc Scning Others lo Their
Cotnplelc Satisfaction. Vc Can Scrc
Voa liltnisf. TRY l)S
Put Some Money Away
Now. You will not iilwiiys be blo lo earn as
much tts you are earning today. Hut by
saving a portion of your ii iconic and by put-
ting it into a certiticato of deposit in a per-
fectly safe bank like the Ardmore State where
it will not only be secure but will also earn
4 per cent interest and grow rapidly. You
will be prepared for the inevitable day when
j'ou must leave work.
It's the part of wisdom to save and deposit in
ARDMORE STATE BANK
"A Hood Bank in a Good City."
J. A 1IVEN8 Presldtnt.
A. H. PALMER CashUr.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
Surplus Fund i 100000. .........
Accounts of Inns and Individuals sollcttodl CourtMas treat-
ment accord 8 d t all allks.
l P. ANDERSON. Prtildent. B. F. FRENSLEY Vice President
C. I. ANOKUSON. Cashier.... BD SANDLIN Assistant Cashlur
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital Psld In 60000.00
Mtrplua Fundi 165000.0
The oldost bank In Indlar Territory. Accounts t arms ai4
Individuals solicited upon tha most liberal termi consilient
with good banking.
Oklahoma made on the 21th day ot I
November. 1H0S the undersigned ad
mlnlstrator of tho ostato of A. J
Cross deceased will sell at Ardmore. I
Oklahoma to the highest bidder sub-
ject to confirmation by said Court j
on or after tho 19th day of January j
1909. at 10 o'clock a. in. all thej
right title and interest of said A. .1. j
Cross deceased In and to the fol-1
lowing described real estate situate
In Carter County Stato of Okla-1
Lot C In block 303 In tho city of I
Ardmore Oklahoma. This property I
Is a large corner lot opposite Hroau-
way Methodist church. - 1
Said real estate will bo sold on i
tho following terms and conditions. 1
to-wlt: Private sale. One-third cash
and the remainder In three months.
Hi' for tho purchase thereof must
bo In writing and must be filed In
the county court or delivered to the
undersigned at Salllsaw. Oklahoma.
or to l'otterf & Walker Ardmore.
Dated the fith day of December. I
A. C. FICKKN'S
4-1 1 Administrator
Notice of Hearing Petition for Ap
polntment of Administrator
Stato of Oklahoma. Carter County. In
the County Court.
In tho matter of the cslato of John
W. Massey deceased.
To the heirs next of kin nn4 creditors
of John W. Massey deceased:
You aro hereby notified that Juel
Massey has applied to the County
Court of Carter County. Stale of
Oklahoma for letters of rdtuiulstra-
llou ell the estate of John W. Masey.j
deceased to he grunted to herself audi
that said application will lx hoard at.
tho Court room of said Court In thej
city of Ardinoiy In said CounJy on -the
1Mh day of January V.m it 10 1
o'clock a m. at which than and pUcoj
Is nt hniul. It's nbout time to
turn over n now leaf to tnnkt
Home Kood rcNOlutions. Why not
resolvo to start out -miliary with
it bank nccountV This hank will
wolconio you ns a depositor will
nppretiato your business will pay
you -1 per cunt Interest on your
nionoy and you nro protected by
thu Dopouitors' (lunrnnty runil of
the State of Oklahoma.
DON LACY Vies Prtsldsnt
FRED C. CARR Asst Cashlsr.
any person Interested may appear and
show cause If any thoy iiave why
such petition should not bo granted.
Witness my hand and tho seal or
tho ssi Id Court horeunto affixed t'als
2nd day ot January 1909.
KKAI) I. It. MASON.
310 County Judge.
New York Chicago St.
Louis Kansas City and
Rates lower than 'ever.
Pullman tickets now on
sale at Union passenger
station for space in our
Ht. Louis "trains. Other
reservations will he made
hy aent on request.
For information regard-
ing same call on.
H. D. McCollom
C. 0. Jackson D. P. A.
Oklahoma City Okla.
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