The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 103, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 5, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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"Have You Seen Koenig"
About jour bIioo repairing?
Uottor pet 'em llxoel Instead
of buying now ones.
Hiirh'-st cash price paid (or
second hand boilers n
gnus mills. pullev s i t-
Jones1 Machine Shop
ARDMORK OKLAHOMA TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER : li)0)
HEY FOR UM BRIDGE BONOS
t2OO0OO IS READY FOR THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS THE FIRST
SUCCESSFUL ISSUE OF BRIDGE BONDS BY ANY CITY IN THE
STATE COM. SCIVALLY BELIEVES THAT COURT HOUSE ISSUE
OF $125000 WILL BE PASSED O N FAVORABLY.
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a It. F. Ivally.
j; Ardmon Okln.
tt IMid the bridge tml ill Chi-
tt engo today Congratulate yon
ti on flrat auecessfitl liBUe of
ti bridge bonds In the state of
tt Oklahoma Trust you may
tt soon have way clear to deliver it a
court house Uonda.
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This telegram trom the bond alter-
1. ti tlm pliiLlnniiii of tln board ol
oounty commissioner tells u atorv I
that will be good reading to every
dlliien of rrtr renin ty. The Issue of
two hundred thousand dollnrs of
bridge bonds ha been Bold and the
money In now ready to bBlu the
ork of building roads and bridges In
Mi I a county. The eoininlsMlonern have
not lost a day of time. They have
their contrac-'s made for the construc-
tion of the bridges.
These brhiKe contracts said Mr.
clvally today are the bet.1 thlnt;
that have come to Carter county nlnci
Us organization. The contract nllowst
tho county to ray the Invoice hllb.
lor material pay for the labor and the
bridge companies receive five percent
for their work in this way tho cone
mission ean throw Carter count I
htbor all the work wh'ch the ieoihe
are prepared bore to do they havo to
liurchasc no machinery for construe-
Jon the county will et all It pays
for and there will be created no finan-
cial interest in the builders to Iliht
the work. Oood brldKes will be the
result at the minimum cost.
within a few days there will be
pant's of bridge builders In every sec-
tion of the county. If the weather
remains favorable every bridge will
huvo been finished at the expiration
of six months from the first of Octo-
ber. This sum of money will lie tinn-
ed looio in this oounty and the
wheals of -prosperity will be started
The successful litcue of these bonds
was largely due to the law under
which they were toted and to Carter
county belongs the credit of having
Introduced till- bill In the last legisla-
ture. When the commissioners of the
utato were In se.-Mon in Shawnee
legislative committee ol ftw county
commissioners was apiminted to draft
and to present to the k-fdslature a
Water rents both flat and
meter are due and must be
paid on or before the 10th of
the month. If not paid by
date mentioned will be cut oil"
and the usual penalty charged
for turning on.
Sewer for the quarter ending Dec.
31 1909 is due and must be paid on or
before the 10th or sewer will be discon-
nected and the cost of same will be
charged when service is put on again.
R. S. HAYDEN
City Assessor and Collector.
suitable la under whtoh county im
nrovMnenU could bO HMUlc. It. F. .
Selvnlly. cJialrrnan of the board of
f omity commissioner of Onrter conn-
ty wa nwtili; chulrman or tins rom-1
mlUoc. The bill ho drafted was u 1
cepted by tin committee and J""-
passed by the legislature and received
tin- signature of the governor within j
very ferw days. Thin 1m the same
law under wlwoh the election wn.e held
and the ctedlt of the micceasful appll-
ration of tlrib law belongs to our own
chairman of the lmanl of eoininlBsIote
The court house? bo ihIk have not
Keen aold yet. The uuestlon that hit
been irnlsod concerning the Taylor
election low la In the wa. .luat when
that matter will be cleared up is not
known but Mr. Sclvnlly bald this mora-
Ini? hi' Mlved the Ishio would be
passd upon favorably and that but
little delay would result In the build-
ing of the court hoiie.
Moves to Broadway.
Dr. V. M. Anderson veterinary sur-
neon has moved to the Uluo Front
barn on llroadway v. hero he is pre-
pared to take care of all etoik en-
trusted to His care at i reasonable
price. Office- IMwjjjo 7SH. resldenco
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a Say. Say. the Ouudy Man is a
n tww uu H hs nam0i :J
it yea I'eter Paul and what he a
a ooes not know about making it
ti candy that's sweea and uhole a
tt mhiic has been rubbed off the it
it chart. lie has opened tits it
Ji Candy Kitchen on N'orth ti
a WashlitKtnti street. where it
it everybody passes It on the it
it way to the postol'flce. Hviry !!
it school child ln the city passe ii
i! his way and wishes for money a
it to buy some ol the tempting it
!! parcels. It looks good and It it
it tastes bi tter. A formal open- ii
a lug of the Candy Kitchen it
ii will be given Saturday when it
a candy the very finest kind ii
ii will be sold at just iu cents ti
a pi.iuid tii-l 1 1. iily. be on ii
hand. I'eter I'anl. tin- Candy ii
Man. will be tin -o with a ii
big Mtpply read for you ii
K it a a a a a tr tt a it
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COOK WIRES DENIAL.
Copenhagen Oct Prof
Torn Hcctir of the t'niu-r.dt
vt CoiK'tilinKt'ii i 'M" a
cablegram frniii l)r. Cook fv
day saying "Preaa report In-corre-ct
My records will go to
you first '
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CHICAGO 3AnKER MUST SERVE
SENTENCE OF FIVE YEARS UN-1
LESS CASE IS REVERSED. !
IS OUT ON
Pending Result of Af.eil to the
Supreme Court Walsh is Released
on Bond Court Says His Intent
Chicago. III. Oct. G. The verdict'
of the trial court which found John
It. Walsh guilty of mlaapproprlntlng
funds of the Chicago National Rank
was affirmed by the United States
circuit court of appeals here today.
WnMi must no servo Ids .en-
tence of five years unless the
court reverses the declnlnu
of the court of appeals. i
Counsel for Walsh In their appeal
laid stress on what they alleged wasj
the lack of criminal intent on the
part of the edfeuduut. The opinion i
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or im1 i.-uti! i oi up'Kxi-B m. iianucii
down by .lttdge (Jro.-'Heup is brief
and confined almost wholly to thj
question of criminal Intent.
The courtd e'clar.'d that the trial
court" ought by instructions show
the difference between misapplica-
tions which werec rlmliial and those
which were not. anil concluded "We
think that the trial court did fairly
detlne such dltference."
Walsh is out on bond pending an
appeul to tile supreme court.
Graft Probe Slap at "Drys."
Oklahoma City Oct. I. Sons of
Washington piofess to see tho doom
of prohibition in the graft investiga-
tions now in prtigress in various parts
of the state.
Says V. D. Caldwell grand counsel-
or of the Sons of Washington:
'We are glad that a "robe Is on. If
any graft is dlscovei a .ull confirm
our claims that as long a there Is
profit In tin- liiiuoir truffle men will en-
gage in it to tne extent ot corrupting
public officials. !n order to carry on
j their business. This demonstrates
tnat prohibition hits its evil etlects
upon a community which more than1
onset tne goon accompiisueu.
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jti C. P. STEVENS &. CO.
i! jilaee your fire Insurance witU
ii 1 Ither of the well known com-
ii Merchants Fire and Marine
it of Ilevston.
ii Shawnee Fire of Toprkn.
ti Pennsylvania Fire of Phila-
a Philadelphia tlnderwrltera of
it American Contra' of St.
ii They are all good All losses
it promptly adjustc-d.
ii Also have them write your ac-
it cident policy In the Continent
ii al -Casualty of Chicago. You
ii can't brat any of them
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Ramsey & Ramsey
Farm and City Loans
We inspect our own loans
J00 W. Main -St
ONL i ONE OF TEN BALLOONS
WHICH LEFT ST LOUIS YES-
teroay had landed today.
MISSOURI AT JEFFERSON CIT!
Nmr Other Contestants in ftjee St.H
Floating Over Missouri Two Bai
loons Believed in Oitrk Mountain
District of Mlsseurl Today. I
St. l.etils Mo.t O'-t. 0 -t' to this
afternoon but few tiding have been
received or the ton bil(Mn that as-
cended hero yesterday In the Ain
One had landed the Mjourl at
lIllierniH. Mo. near Jeffemn City j
this morning. The otnem are be-
lieved to be floating over Mla.-ourl
One was seen tutor ltoouevtHe an
other at Macon and two tn tho I
Oanrk mountain Ulatr'.ct of noutli-
American Still in .rtacc.
y.utich Switzerland. Oct. 5l5ut
four of the eighteen balloons that
started from here Sunday competing
for the (lordon
Iletinttt cup are
They IncludH Kd-
.still in the air
wrd Mix. the Anurlean jiilot. who
va last heard from
FILES Mil TO
THE MISSOURI CAPITALIST WHO
SOUGHT TO RESTRAIN BANK I
BANKING BOARD SENT MONEY
Joints are ald to have multiplied rap-
Idly until there are now perhaps as
C. W. Smith Had Twenty-Five Thou-. mHuy jr U()l .. hH a)y tmi
sand Dollars on Deposit in Defunct .. ronb!tol. It i the avoweo
3ank at Oklahoma City Received hlltMtm r tJl(. .oln1y attorney to
Funds From Guthrie Bank Today. wui. tl . fr JontH .v.rv
(iutlirle Oklu. Oct
fi. C. W.
! Smith the Mifsourl capitalUt. tiled
.. mtrti0u In the feduntl court here
today for the dlstnlsaal of hi ult
u lnU.rv.nor roatrain the atate
nllk (.OIinl3slonor from paying out
" fumlK (rf tlu. oJwwl folmiibla
State ltank & Trust eomiainy
J 1 Smith jireviously lmd been satis-
l fled b tl.e- state Imtiklng ismrd in
J 1 tin. hitter's dcpo.elt of $'riiuu in a
(luthrh bank for transmission to
J 'Smith's attoni' vs In Oklahoma. City
TAFT IN FRISCO
MOTOR RIDES AND
SPEECHES OCCUPY HIS TIME.
San Fran el. sco Cal Oct. ". I'resi-
"1 dent Taft began a strenuous day
when he arrived hero this motning.
n; VAtry tnxmo win lie taken up with
parades rovlewa motor rid and
brief jtiiuoeihCH culminating with an
extended uddress at the bunipte' to-
night Gas Well In Muskogee.
Muskogee. Okla. Oct. I. A big gas
well was brought in this motning in
the coriwrate limits of the city by
Madison and Jtucll. Ita Jlew Is -dx
million cubic feet.
A furnlbhed room to rent? A want
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N W Orleans Im. Oct
Tin- weatber fnre-nt for
Oklahoma for tonight and
Wednesday id fair with but
little change In the tempera-
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LIVED WITH AUNT
FOUR MONTHS COUNTY
SENTENCE GIVEN TWO
MER CLEVELAND RESIDENTS
Who Appeared ns Witness Againat
the Pair Woman Left Home In
Ohio Four Weeks Ago With Her
Nephew Taking Little Son Along.
Kansas City. Mo.. Oi t U. -Hdwnrd
Slmpaon. aged ::7. ami U aunt.
Mra. Mary Slmpacn who came here
A I AND W
from Cleveland Ohio four wek;ith very enthushwtlc over the pr-
ago were arraigned In court unlay
on a warrant charging them with
a statutory offense. The pair plaeded
guilty and were sentenced to four
months' Imprisonment In the county
Homer Simpson up toaperouu real
estate man of Cleveland Ohio hus-
band of Mi. Simpson appealed
against the J.lr. He uu been track-
ing his wife since .she deserted him
last month taking with her their
SHAWNEE FIGHTS BOOTLEGGERS
County Officials Will Wage Continu-
Shawnee. Okla. Oct. I. Daring the
past wei-K tne raining ol uootiegger-.
. rmwt. wUh fmjiU y(;or
I During a temporary lull In the activity
oi ' lm""" '""1 'um '"
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ine nusence or uouniy Aiioruey noit
and the press of other business that
occupied the remainder of the force
'If we can't piosecnte them out of
business we will make It so expeinive
for them that they will lmvv to lenv
town to make a living" suld a cmin
! f fetal follow!"! a eries ot i.i'O
I -aturiutv zititiii.
Anothor term of the county court
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Arttmoreue wane auk are ine oei.
Ardinorelto Want Ads are the ln-u.
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it CROWN SODAS ii
it CROWN CANDIES it
! ;. a i- In mind in making pin
1 bases of andy to ask for the
CKOWN brand. Crown goodf
insure superb quality they are
made in the cleanest factory
in the world and In the btggi-st
factory In Oklahoma.
THE CROWN BOTTLING
AND M'F'G WORKS.
M. J. HAYS
Prcrldent and Manag i
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ARDMORE ABSTRACT CO.
Oldest ln the County
W. S. Wolverron & Son
HomU'd Abstractor"! of Carter
County. Oeneral Insurance.
Money to loetn on City and
' I''a" Property
' n 111 Ni-i Cnuilni-fnn
! ACTUAL IRK STARTED THY ON
ENGINEER FOM9YTHE AND A CREW OF MEN BEGIN ACTUAL SUR-
VEY OF ROUTE DECLARE THERE WILL BE NO INTERRUP
TION UNTIL LINE IS COM PLETED 'BUILD MORE THAN
WAS AT FIRST CONTEMPLAT SD FINANCES IN GOOD SHAPE
Alio Inn. seoffed At tin-:
in-i . iiniliiiiiK an IntiTurtmn rail-1
i el Imiwci-ii Arduiori and a point ;
on ihi I(m k lalnml in tho went will
i ili ubili'ss be Inien sti'il in the news
ib.it w. rk I under way and the
JAILioud Is to be an n.imired fa -t.
ln connrni uiik ii is ouiy neees
ary to no to a point jut north of
the dty llinlu where thla after-
noon the chief engineer ami his nin
have begun the actual sun of the
Mr. W. T. Koraythe arrived In the
city yesterdny morning and waa
followed today b.r it eorpa of engl
neers who wero met by Oncar Ayora
H" promoter of tho road ntld thb
work wa atnrted. Rngltu-er For-
aythe wa lendy to lifgln worlt yes-
terday but the water here kept him
Indisposed until thin morning when
he got a lie u together unit took
the first slept towards building an-
othet railroad for thla city.
.Mr. Ayers ami Mr. Forsythe ar-'
Jo a mid n) thai more mllea of ro;id
will is built than wa nt llrst eon-
lemplateil and that as soon ns tne
survey gels far etiongli along the en-
gineering crew will be followed by
the grading gang.
Itoth gentlemen say that the mat-
ter has been Hitoeewfully financed in
the east and Unit the luterurban ts
now a certainty and that before an-
other year has paused ear.4 will bo
running from thla city to Chlokasha
eir some other point on the main
Hue of the Rock Island Koutli.
In addition to building the road
the iasierners are planning to do
some development work on a largo
scale as thu report of Mr. Korsythe
has epeiieil their eyes to the wonder-
1 fill resource's ef the country throng!!
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I'MIs means t tint mines
opued up gas and oil deposits will
be brought nearer the market glnua
sand lcMHlts will be furnished fact-'
orle along the route cement bi ds
will be uncovered and a big cement
I plant will be built.
I All those things seem t to kooiI
I to be true and It has been with a
1 largo amount of hesitancy that thu
! people of this place have1 accepted
the stat-'iiients of the promoters that1
the road would be built bin thee
appears to be no fu.ther need foi
doubting and th' so v ho have coni'M
$ $ We Have It $ $
MtJiicy olfl. clmero nicum.t douh cile seed long
;n'Oiif ip) tnatter what you call tt we have it.
Money is out' stock in trade.
I'htit.y of cheap money to loun on farm lunels any where
tn Oklahoma ami on improved Ardmorc City property. My
linnncia) connections are the best ami if you havo a mot't-
fia;e tut your property already and want moro time ot
liinri) money ins in my line to get it for you. Attend to
your financial wants now while money is easy and avoid
the lall rush and delay of timo. You get all you borrow
ami prompt service at my ollic.e. Ueal estate bout-lit sold
and e.ului nged. A list of your property is solicited.
on Farm and City Property
Mast Reasonable Terms
GORMAN BOGIE & DOBBINS
Over City Nutlounl Uunk
Phoaie 50 ARDMORE OKLA.
to wolf will yet remain to prm i "
nil these things are conin t t
the people of Ardraore and i'a ' n
county had bettor awake t. i
opportunities at on e.
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' HARD ON PARSON LOTT
Pint and Imprisonment en Charge
of Brutal Assault.
Oklalnmn City. Oct. I H.i-ry S
l.iKl superintendent of u lb tie
Home for Fallen Women H00 Uc '
.Mnple street wuj fined 100 and
roata and seiiteiicml to aerve tiilrty
days in the county Jail yoateniay by
.lustlee of the Pence IS. D. Oldfl-ld
on a efcarge of brutally asaul'lng
his wife. September 27.
l-ett. wlwi Is mid to be a preacher
is ehaiged by his wife with having
epeiii most of his tliiv and money
at the lies tm home ns well as at
his eliurch. corner of Hudson am:
Cu'ltornla Avenue. Mrs. IxU has
flliHl a petition frr divorce In the
superior court und nsks that marital
ndutlous betwwn herelf and the
erstwhile pn-ncher he dissolved on
the grounds of cruelty.
A restraining order was signed
noiiw tlmo ago by Superior Judge
A is". Munden enjoining tho
latter from molesting his wifo at ne-r
tesldenee In Itoulah Heights as
vvidl a to prevent her husband from
nhductlng her three children.
Mrs. Ix)tt says that while her
husband is engaged In the e-xpouud
Ing and preaching of the gospel In
Oklahoma City and elsewhere for
which he receives 175 per month
he has compelled his wife to go to
work In order to support the family
The plaintiff asks ri0 per month
alimony and $&( nttorney'a fees.
Farm or City Property.
Have the money In the ltank hero
to pay out as soon as the title Is
perfect. I pass upon all loans
and title. Will take up mortgago
and give you more money. Have
some private money to loan on
shor time on first or second
mrrlh-uges June the money If
you have the security.
GEO. R. FISH
Room 3 Noble Bldg.
au will cnango n to jurm.-ueo i ...r.
room. RBNTi'TD. ' a n a a a a a a a a a
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