The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 229, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 3, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmor Wednesday March 3 1909
THE DAILY ARDMOP.tlTE
Mew mill Mrs lNixilt's homo. T
this arrangement Mr. Ilrjan h.i
; i v -ti lils nssenl.
BY CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
Notice ol Snlc of Ronl Estate.
I:i the mnltor of the riuatdianslil.i
r Willi. mi . Km kmftn.
Notice In hereby Riven In pursu-
.m.' . of nn order of tho County Court
RUTH BRYAN'S CHARCES WILL "f Haskell County State of OUInho
BE COMUATTED IN COURT BY n(l on the 19th tiny ol
The Oldest inhabitant
Many n mother knows what it mentis
to be aroused in the middle of night
by the peculiar ringing cough the un- MONEY NOT CONSIDERED
mistaknble harbinger of croup and can
appreciate the feelings of Mrs. Maggie'
Vinson 1 531 Third Ave. Birmingham jTe Atlst son-m-Law or in. nm
. . . . . .til i t k'1" WM Demand Custody of Hit
Ala. and rejoice with her that she lias Chdrcn and nslsU Ht supported
found a satisfactory remedy for litis His Wife.
most dreaded of nil diseases of child-1
Lincoln Neh March 2. Further
'thiin tin' tacit admission that fail
ure has attended then- efforts to
effect an nrmnaonient with William
She says: "My daughter Lillian1 Homer Leuvitt not to opposo the ill-
aged three years is subject to croup urcv
Many Anxious Hours
many an anxious hour
j oldest iluttKhter Until lit. van l.eavltt
tin. nii'inlii r of VtlHm .1. Hryan's
f.imllx refuse to i lite ubs the approach-
caused thereby. 1 like Chamberlain's
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for the trouble because it is about the! oni a few days iiko n was him
only remedy the child will take and it!''1 mt ulUW(! r ()"""p
gives immediate relief. A number of
my neighbors who have small children
keep it constantly at hand and fre-
quently have occasion to use it for
croup or colds. It seems equally good
I'elrtitry 180!. the undersigned
im.inllan of the eatat.' of William II
Kui-kmnn a minor will sell at pif
II- sale to the liUhcst bidder sun
led to the confirmation by Saul
Court on .Monday the 29tt day of
March 1009 at II ocloek. a. ni. a'
the front entrance of the court house j
In the tonn of Chlckasha. c.r.nh j
County. Oklahoma all of the riant.'
title ani Interest of tho said William
H. Itocktnsti n ml to tho follow
Inn described real estate situated Inj
tlrady County and Carter County i
State of Oklahoma to-vlt: j
XWVi of NWVS. Kec. S. Twp. I N !
Hans f) West UI1d SWy of SKI
of SISVi. Sec. 10. Twp. I S. Range
1 West the lania being n too simple
Said real estate to toe sold on the
following terms and conditions to
wit: For cash In hand.
Ua'.ed this th 27th day of FVbrti-
J. U. llOCKMAN. flunrdlan.
fl'y Ilolley Drown & Uiwrenco his
itltnrn-XH. :M0 1T:M
tf.us tlu.s is to be the: hardest winter in ten
years and that reminds us to ask you about
our plumbing. Better have it done now
We are nukiiij' red hot ) rices n both
phitiilntivr and tin woik.
Wist Main Street Pin.neo
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
The feature of this medicine that makes it particularly desirable for children is that it is
pleasant to take and as it contains no narcotics or anything that is at all injurious in its ing.e-
dicnts it may be given to the smallest child with perfect confidence. Mrs. Vinson is never
without it in her home and states that several of her neighbors who have small children also
keep it. They have had occasion to use it for croup and colds and find it equally good for
either. She tays: " It deserves all the good things the mothers of Birmingham have to say about it. n
You arc not experimenting when you buy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. You are getting
a preparation that has an established reputation for good backed by almost forty years" constant
use. It is famous for its prompt cures of coughs colds croup and whooping cough.
I . -TAaar;s Zm?&L - j I
an agent was sent to Purls with ait
offer of a money settlement If lea-i
lit would not light tho divorce suit.
Neither Mr. llryau nor any memhei
of his family will give the name of
this agent. J
Why so niucli scorns i maintain
ed at Fulrvlew concerning the dutallti
of the case Is mousing Interest
among the friends of the Ilrytms.
It l.-i Know ti that the audit reported
that l.eavltt scornfully ihellueil to
consider a money proposition to sitr-
vender Ills wife and two ehll.reu and
It was after receiving this leport
thai Mr. llryau otdored tho luxtltu-
Hon or the suit by his brother-in-law
When the trial Is begun ailiout a
month huice testimony for the plain-
tiff will he submitted to prove the
llryau charge that the artist was
unable to support his wife. It will
be alleged that not until Mrs. llryau
visited her daughter In Denver for
the first time after the marriage
and discovered that she was living
'with Leavltt nnd the two children
in squalor did either llryau or ills
wlfo know thnt their daughter was
actually in need. It Is understood
that Mrs. llrynn will go upon tho
witness stand and testify to tills al
legation. Thomas Patterson United
States senator will. It Is understood
testify to the same effect. Mrs. llry-
nn also will testify that upon mak-
ing the discovery of the suffering
of her daughter and two little grand-
chlldf n site induced Huth to leavo
l.eavltt iiinl resume her home with
her father. Mrs. llryau will lu.tber
testify that at her earnest request
l.eavltt was informed from I.oihIoii
when she his wife and the chll-
drn were there about n year ago
that If he cared to see tho latter
ho was at liberty to come over from
I'arls but that no invitation had
been sent him by Mrs. I.uavltl to
make her a visit nor 'would the
wife consent to so tho husband
when lie arrived In London
Tills Is In direct contradiction of
a statement made by Mr. l.eavltt
In I'arls. Ho said then that when ho
reached Iiiidon Mrs. l.eavltt rusn
ed Into Ills arms.
II ou happen to he in Oklahoma
Cit out ouTiiiirht don't foiwt the
Grand Avenue Hotel
(loot! Cafe in connection.
THIS IS DEAD DUCK DAY
FOREMOST OF ALL IS PRESIDENT
ROOSEVELT WHO IS SPENDING '
LAST DAY IN WHITE HOUSE.
Washington. March a. This is tho
day consecrated and set imnrt to tho
"dead ducks" thoso whose official ca-
reer will come to an end on the
"Foremost of all the "dead ducks"
Is President Roosevelt who Is spend-
ing his last day In the While House
with a very live duck William II.
Taft as Ills guest.
In the senato tho best known of
tlie dead ducks are l'lntt of New
York- and Foraker. or Ohio each of
whom will complete twelve years'
Other retiring senators and their
lengtli of service are as follows:
Akeney Washington six years;
Kulton. Oregon six years; (lary South
Carolina one year; Ilansbrough
North Dakota eighteen years; Hem-
enway IndlntiJi. four years Klltredge
South Dakotii eight years; Img
Kansas six years: McCrenry. Ken-
tucky llvo years; Milton Florida one
year: Teller Colorado twenty-four
Of Mm flUl members of the Sixty-
first. House seventy-six .will then
servo their first terms n representa-
tives while thero will be six repres-
entatives who did not serve In the
Sixtieth congress but were members
of previous houses. In tho present
congress there are ninoty-one men.
who are serving their first terms and
eleven who did not succeed them-
selves but wero members of former
congresses which mav be held to
show that the people like the present
members of the house somewhat bet-
ter than they did that of the Fifty-
iColorado's whole de'egatlou In the
next congress will be mew to the
halls of national legislation. There
lire only three of them (however
whllo Indiana sends eight new men.
Leavitt has sent word to Lincoln '"'i'dlng nil the states In thnt respect.
V. .1. MoKAIll.ANI) Proprietor.
MeALKSTEIv OK LA.
European Plan. 75 modern
rooms 75c and $1. Large
sample room. A popular
priced restaurant in con-
nection Fish dinners a
The People of Ardmore
Who have tried the famous BR OM ID 10 WATER
are highly pleased with it. The demand for this
wonderfuljWater is growing every day
E. M. Goff Agent
Hot Water in a Few Minutes
Is available whoro ono of tho now
heaters are in use. No waiting whllo
tho tiro burns up. No taking u cold
bnth In disgust rathor than wait nil
morning for wnrm water. Lot us put
such a beater in for you. We'll do
nil tho plumbing work nosessnry nnd
cliariro you only modorutoly for tho
wholo job. What do you say?
Pi aotleal Tinners and Plumbers.
.Smiii'I A. Wfrltn Nuccesaur
'JO S. Washington St. Phono 2
AND YOU BUILD BUT ONCE
Wo liavo spent half 11 life time leurniiif' how to construct IJusiness
Blocks School Houses Good Kesidcnces Good Barns.
No building loo large for our capacity no building too siuall to
appeal to us.
The larger tho building tho more particular tho owner the boltor
pleased wo arc.
Wo know how to give you your money's worth. Wo tako contracts
anywhere in Oklahoma or North Texas. Wire us or see us.
M. J. Gill Construction Company
Court House Building
that he probably will come here In
person to oppose tho suit with the
double purposo ()f defending his char
acter and of obtaining possession of
the children. It is stnted that
Ihe a III Introduce tetlmony from
I Denver to show that ho gave his
wife a good home there but that
she was so given to society that
the lion) was neglect!! by her.
It Is s.illi that already affidavits
have been obtained from throe wide-
1 known society women in Denver
alleging that throe woks after the
iblrth of the last child llrynn l.eav-
ltt Mrs. l.eavltt attended a ball ovor
the protests of her husband nnd W;
him alone to look after tho babies.
It Is the matured purpose of Mrs.
l.eavltt to make her homo In New
Yo'rk city as soon a she Is divorced
from l.eavltt. Sho expect to nnnite
In literary work and In now trying
with her father' nssUtaiice to securo
employment In the metropolis. Her
mother will establish a homo for hor
anil the children In Now York -i-d
will divide her time botwten Fair
Iowa sends five Missouri six. Now
York seven Ohio six and Penn-
sylvania seven. Delegation from Cal-
ifornia Kansas. New Hampshire. Ore-
gory I'tah West Virginia nnd WyOnv
lug are unlldly republican. while
those from Nevada and South Cam-
linn aro solidly democratic. Alabama
Arkansas flt-org la Louisiana. Mlwila
BppI and Texas send solidly demo-
cratic delegations but their compo
sltlon will not be the anme as In Qio
Sixtieth congress. The stntoK sending
solidly republican delegations al
though not tho same men ns In tho
Sixtieth eongrous are Ohio Maine
Mlohlgnn. North Dakota Tthode Is
land. Vermont nnd Washington.
"ITnclo .loo" Cnnuon. tho Fpeaker
leads all In length of service the
sixtieth congress making his eigh
teenth term. Ho wag a new member Icouiinv
In the forty-third congrewt ami has
served continuously since snve for
the fifty-second congress. Illnghnm of
Pennsylvania exceeds lilni In leng'h
of continuous sorvico the sixty firs'
congress being his sixteenth t. nn
without a break.
Tag Day? Tag Day? Tag Day?
When? When? When!
What? What? What?
How? How? How?
Tag Day la an Institution of Ard-
moro to tako offerings for tho Y. M.
It will bo SOON.
Tho ladles will glvo lied Tag Ilo-
coipts for uio offerings. Thcso Hcd
Tags aro worn by men women young
people children horses bouso and
buggloH and dogs. In fact tho town
Is painted in Hed -with Tags.
Who will glvo an otroring?
Kvorynody interested in tho Fath-
ers Husbands Ilrotliora and Sons of
Ardmoro's greatest asset what?
How can her manhood bo built up
Through Influenco of tho Y. M.
C. A. on hor Uoys and Young Men
Help tho Y. M. C. A. 25-tt
WE CAN DO YOUR OAS FITTING
Don't ws until It gets cold again.
Phone 60 Ardmore Supply Co
New L.ibor Department.
WnalilnKton. March .'!. Delegates
from all the labor organisations af
filiated with th. American lVdern
tlon assemble! pare todav for th
purpose of organUltiK a national!
union label propogiiudu. !
The department will have union j
label sections of all tin M central j
labor unions In taiii ;y of tli--.
Two Million IJottlcs
of Perry Davis Painkiller sold every year
'lids wonderful household remedy btopu tho
ilu f spruiiH burns or bruiM-s. It relieve
rheumatism or iieumlrjiu. It cures colds
crumps colio diurrha-u. There ought to Ihj
u Uitllo on vour shelves lust now. muly for
tho first sign of trouble. 'lho now sizo bot. Wolkush Caslmcr Wis
tlo is U5 cts. uud thero U ulso tho COo. size. (ruggl3t8.
"Mv tureo year old boy was bad'y
constipated had n high favor and was
in nn awful condition. I gave him two
dos.-8 of Foley's Orlno l.uxatlvo and
the next morning tho fever was gone
and ho was entirely well. Foley's
Orlno Laxatlvo saved his life." A.
Sold by all
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I mfi -. c -a. Ik i' r
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At" W lr ) le'ru hu-nlil
druRj t'r for lull a
c -it v I V IreU rcmcJjr
Itl I- )!ti 01 1 IP
At ll druviiitU'. 25 cli
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
St. Louis trains. Other
reservations will Le made
by agent on request.
For information regard-
ing same call on.
H. D. McCollom
C. 0. Jachson D. P. A.
OHlahoma City OKla.
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