The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 103, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 5, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DMLY AAOMORF.ITI
Ardmore Tuetday October 5 19W
Three Big Days for Ardmorelj
October 14th 15th and 16th
Farmers Institute and Live Stock Show
The features of w hich will he Running and Harness Races Stock and Poultry Exhibits Farm Products for all of which
liberal Purses and Premiums have been provided. THREE BIG AUTOMOBILE RACES! The first auto racing ever
seen in Southern Oklahoma. This feature alone will attract thousands of people. Out of town cars desiring to enter should
correspond with W. G. Chancellor Ardmore Ok la. PROFIT AND PLEASURE can both be had by attending these
three biggest days Ardmore has ever attempted. Every comfort and convenience provided on the grounds. For Premium
Lists and other information apply to
... . .
U . i I -11 Tit. .i-.d 1117 nf
v rnlt.il Htate of Atn-rtct nd th..
!(; ibllc of Mexico. rspecilveiy met
on 'vhat wilt In? danlguated for th
on day only as neutral ground. They !
will meet on Bl ChamUi'l of w hich.
wrh th- meeting th.- HI Pao Herald
Th. strip officially knon a- n
lying between th present rler and
th.- line of Seventh rttroet In the rwiuth' t
..rn ronton nf I?! l.io will h.. r... !
..... . .... ....
refiau or I'reslil.'nt Dla:. 011 Oct. ;
.0 when the prenlden.s men.
.. ... .... . ... .
ran 01 in mini ih hi uwpuie lie-
tween in' two ounlrleK owing to n '
difference of opinion a to whether '
th.. river changed lu iwmitlon middonly
or gradually. The boundary omml-
Hion m unable to ann-e on a nettlonient
and the niiKKeMtloii Iikh therefore Immmi '
u ;ule that an arbiter be apHnled.
The r..pre.nwtlv. of the'
I'niti'd Stat. r.ehe.l the concludon
that the American case would Im In
nowise Injuriously affeeted by nec.ed-
V '. . '
two mu. nmvnta eontemplate regarl-
ion .... offelnllj llpled.
City and State Control.
Ir goes without Haying however.
that there will be plenty of American
flaws displayed on th.U day in thr- so 1
eaii. d neutral sirlp. ns well a Mci-1
. an flan ror decorative purpos and
it Is not i.-bable that any force wiir
ON STRICT NEUTRAL N
b. applied to present th.' display. THh. Mexi.-an colow. alo as a mntli i now vU'rM" ' Ardmore.
.ty of K Paso will polleo this strip. f rourtesyi riles over everv hoiuc I M"""ro- mr Sch"'' 'Ilr-
... uMial. and Pae officers of 151 and kn In the sx-nllMl "dlsputec 1 'iBt rn"ll' wm 1RV? for
'i"y and State of T-kw will -tin" on 0(. - Th1 rkl r . 1 1 fonila today.
tu ol the strip NVcesaartly. aho.
.-.istrtm and Immigration offlotns 1
oft'- Inlted Htat. j will retiUn their !
.'.i. 3 within the strip and patrol
. . ii river 'Kiundary a usual.
i.HalJy. the "neutral strip'' idea Is
not redded a prejudicing the ea-e 1
or 1 tie American claimants; tin- only
. 'i. u.. phase is the withdrawal of
priiT.-i Mon which th troops might oth- j
afford to th. pw-pdentn and
The Strip Dtinrlbed.
f . I ' . tie). 1
1 1 !.. d b
. ! th-
I 1 1 ll .'
. ; th
el I ll
1 - be
i- . ' 111 . '
t mi I l 111! 1
' I I I ' 'I I.ll-ll
Mt I iieeni ui'lllge.
A' .1' ' 1 I' V--n snellt t
i 1 1HH2 1 1 ! .- 1
iuiniigratk. it . 1 ;
1 i the bridges it. i 1 j 1
T l puted territory Is lat-g ly eov
i .l(li ho'iie 1 f.u'oile 'itlmr
' 1 1 ' mi mil "ti-e.-. ij id
. in I' 1 ' ' 11 ) ' 'r I i ii .
Ktais ami t.i. of Tex.i- Pan
of the politi. il ward of El p.uo a;
In tb disputed trl;) H l povtrr. tl
AND IZ WILL
..'hi tid hi .! a i.honMex o; Kl
I'.. of Texan .md of the faited
Ktut.-s Officials collect customs ex- '
amine rmmlgrnnta ond Imports and
deliver prisoners at the bridge la tho
Clalmr. of Speculators.
All these condition i arose and con
(llllUMl mfiny ywn wtnout iny rm.
Mention on th. part or any on- that I
I ll- iilllll r-O IIHU llFl UOl Ul- lllOr I
t United StAttM UIlll.Tth.
i ... .1... . .......
!'"l fUy Kov.Tnmt.11tM. l.Vo claim wan
aborted by Mexico or Mexican .hat
ih.. ii . ... h.. r 1.
Vn. -i.... .n 1
' v"" ""'"" " ""h'- .i-ini'
ll"r'H of """ "nd the growth of the
1'lt)' 'f K IVmmi ovor tike land diinni
u lm- trm of ''r" ''''l I' t"
''"" "f much value. Kor (ton
I'reWaded ('IiiIiimiiiU have hee.i
Th ''P"rt'nent a: Wooing-
0i11 -'' "" "tni' Of
'""h-r nation will bedlHf.lay.nl with
in tin; m fnanuwi ntriu on the occm-
tie- oniclnl use or the flags but I' Is
J( u f
ov.rnment of the I'nUed State ha
n. ailhorilv whatever to enter the i
tate of Texas ami attomnt to et.-'
fom. . HIlch oriltr i
Wm F)y Fin
Thl. H)pW of .ftfH OM nt 0 K(
........ ha rhj .Pu. n.. .....!
ttt va v uin .ic ...!
1)011 m tnty aWJy( aul '
oltCin representing the county of Hi i
IW and state of Texas will enforce1
.. JflW( a( tmu oyr tt thH
aliened dlpute.l strip and patrol th !
strip as tisitBl. It is not at all likely
that the United States government will
withdraw from the pigment river boun
dary Its customs officer and Immlgra
tlon In -pec-tors. The raited States 1
government the tate of T.-w and
the ity and county of id have
aU.iy.. atid at eteiy separate mo-
uuiit suite Texas as admitted to the
union -xer Is. d all the right duties
..ml prhlk-ges of sowrelgnt) over the
iill'".-!l d-pitted strip.
. 1 :um k ut .welal irt..sv. in .
' " ny eiare.i mv compiexi n eureii . . : "
u t'i request of Prt.idet my backache and the Irregularities w nu' prt"u hw rb1j tor tr'"m-
mi iM.verimient mav be willlna . dUauneared. and I can now attend l tar promkr of being then reducer
1 'i "1.1 Its aimed forces from thU 1
el to refrain f.ir one day from ;
. . officially the Amoriouncol-
hi X such nil.- how-ctcr. an be '
vV d t'u 1 Is v .ml couut of IS1
..:..! t !e of Texas -.mil the
1 1 u. color; will float ou-r over-
acre of ground as far us the river and
our officer of the law will represent
slate sovereignty and rattnl' ipul on-
d a- u-e.tal
i .'r'n "!'" . '' '' ? .:e." "l'"'
"il'i .-.leiij lie- Ki'iiuiie-
' r'iiri no h '"infill dnih- Sold byi
n j niBg tB
- u(.' r Okla CM 4 1 a. f.eld
i ( look a ul! for th- optn
i '' in. .i.-Ls tj.'i'ii gathered and ginr-d
'lb-- ftnu.-rs wlH have a re-st f'i
Th.- tanners are boasting over hl!i-
pried cotton bin they are not think
axlt th" hRh pr1c" lhi'y vM
t0 W for ottn goods In return
They will soon realize that tho proil' !
on what they consumu will far exceed I
tho profit on what they produce there
fore thidr gain ih loss j
I It-altli Ik better now than for ionic
tlni.'. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Smith''
baby Ih getting along all riKht. .Mr.
. . . . . .
' ...-. '-.w.t.r uiv in aiuii.l wvt
fta.MiM Af IVn ttil I yr.i ftVilllltwj hit'.i
vk uiib wvK wiui .u.iiana lev
1 .1.1. .1.1. .. 11- v
JZ' 0 "m r I r
aml fnm" l 1 rllln- for California.
.T.i rui Diiruin.'.
the wild Went how dni'sday. Thy
report a vry lively time and plenty
A few people from here will co to
the nights of lllngllng elrcux. but
most people are learning the ulruus
Wicks and are therefore finding bet-
ter utes for their oarnlntti.
Air. Frank Miller has returned to a.itcuml not only the ordinary coun-
Sprlnor. ' try ci ntletnan. but the
Unhnh arv vi.ltin-r Mr. IX'ikl.m
Mr Unr1 a M01 Prwchor
dren In ehool.
Lr. lllgRlns Ik having the iounda-
There are at present several houses
Slrl"':"r for n'nt' 1
''e"ll' ho wish to give their chll-
iUvn "lucnUo"'-1 '''vantages will have '
thtB opportunity If they will move to
Springer. The school ulll op.Mt In a
Mr Wl" Hl'lrldge of Springer Is
--Bxi-eti 1'ni.nkle and (Vrace Sclvnlly
cam home Pr'dny and rettirnml Sun-
day to Anlmor"-
Mr Wanl r"lpnd a! Srlwr Sun
" at xa.
. " ot " joyvn a mnning
Ml' Wr'' Mrthodbl piwlwr
" rt - "wtnii thU
p u' "'' hundn'r-
.z. Ill A t A I -
'n"'r' " "caw"
u1'tor ' Sunday evening. The
'ltr"t ar P"w-
r i " .1. ..... ...
VlrninU Ave.. Ind'ianannlis writes- "I
w - i so weak from kidney truWthntl
'""d hardly walk n hundred feet.
KVur ?UU of ly Kidney nm
'" business every day and re -om-
Th' K'"y'H 1.Kln''r l'"mw-;
sufferers ss It cured tne after the
doctors and other remedies had fall
td." H ild by all druaists.
Thaw Case Up Again.
AH any. N Y. O-t. 4. toune' ft
Harry K. Thaw murderer of Stan-
f(r'l Whhe. the New York -ir-hltect.
today began to argue a . ontentlon .
Jjefore the Court of .ppcnn to tne
elf.-. 1 Hut Thaw original commit-
mint to Matteawan Asylum fir the
r"'":l l"ane was Illegal.
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l'""'r . .Miin ;i uecisiou in-
CARNEGIE IS A
THE GREAT IRON MASTER
MAKES BEAUTIFUL SKIDO
ESTATE PAY HIM DIVIDEND. '
I Of THE
Shootinn Staton Alone FurnisheB a '
Tidy Revenue of $35000 Taken a
Pride in Gnmr and "Carnegie"
London Oct. I. There ft. an Idea ;
abroad tlini Sklbo entlo is mn at )
a tremendous expenie to Andrew j
'arneif(" but as a matter of fact.
' tl! p'tat "rHK a profit so skill-
lully t-i It niantiged. Itehind tno
scenes everjining is conducted In a
liuslneM-IIke manner which woutu
which the inillio.ia.re lavishes rrom
to 10.000 a year return
.i.-sr-.OOO In the shooting season.
MttumKh AB1IB.W carn.w 00.
Uo hospitals in lindon when he
arc dispatched to the game marTv-ts
n over the kingdom.
The partridges at Sklbo are par
tU.iarly fine and they retell four
or fv cnts mch n)ori. tn. !().
other birds of the same kind. From
nil (iiatter! the orders for game
pmtr in and tho millionaire doe.-i
not consider it beneath his dignity
to see that they are attended to.
He will oft.-n spend an hour In hh
rfflce making note and looking after
m. accounts. Orir .-.r.. it..n.i..i ...
j wlth the xreatest dispatch. To his!
ttwit puetlallty in life Mr. Carnegie
attributes not a little of his su.-i
thl. fWhing rll M;l!(0nH .
'orders for b-nh are tomlered and:
promptly execute.1. 'Carnegie ap.
pe. ag delicious brand from!
Hkibo .rchanls Is cal'wl are a very 1
whh sme of the best fntltd ealen.I
Fo yiMn Amlrw f.nrnofio hB. j
made a hobby of fruit growing and j
tlllil PPl are hit own production.
lU' nDVOr f' t "howl 11 g hlsTip-
l'es. pears and o.her choice fruits to
hK guest and ut ileiert .loitietlm. i
ht. wt! tP tlll. rlm)any of tnf. ..;
of "Carnegie apples" than master ot
Sklbo caavle. j
.... .... L- t
t1 And bklb t xhllar-;
ntlng. Fur one thing bridge Is not
permitted. Th ma'ter has an over-
powoilng ohliivtion to cards and It
Is an unwritten law that they miiht
never lie played. In htel ast sliootini:
season u party of rich Americans
were among thoise Invited. All were
ileo:.s to brldne and on hearing
thai U w.is forbidden at Sklbo de-
eld. d to make an cxcumi to retire
early to have a game In one of
. - a
meir siukc ot com. ronnwun no
into tne smaii nours. irappcning w
wake and k. i ri light in the o.pczd'o
wing where tho g-ime wan t.iKia;
plj ndr -w u.ilk.d .ipro the
balcony and pterins; throtich tho
curtain- b.'hi-ld th playurs and
th'ld Ktnki'K of j-'Olrl. Konhwlth hi!
(nt.Tfd unannounced. It must havi;
mad a iiuaint plcturt' the four
AmerlcanR In front of whom wer-1
many .-mpty bottles and tho horro
stricken milllonalro In IiIk nlsht at
tf r. One of tho kum-is who was a
little snore Helf-posKessed than the
others offered their host a drink.
Scotchmen arc proverbially hind
hosts. Though at first annoyed that
hi wishes had ben disregarded he
accepted thep rot'fered drink and
InuKhed In his own sour way.
It's a Top Notch Doer.
Croat deeds compel regard. The
world crowns its doera. That's why
the American people have erownud
Dr. King's New Discovery the King
of Throat and I.nng remedies. Bvery
atom a health force. It kills germs
and colds and la grippe vanish. It
heals cough-racked membranes and
coughing stops. Sore inflamed bron-
chial tubes and lungs are cured and
hemorrhages ceaso. Dr. G -o. Mor".
Black Jack N. C writer "It cured
me of lung trouble pronounced hope-
less by all doctors." 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ard-
SEEKS DOMESTIC CHARTER.
Prairie Oil & Gas Company Anxious
to End Flflht.
iiutnrie. Okla.. Oct T.ie quel-
tlon or the Prairie Oil and a.. .om
pany asking to take out a domestic
charter in Oklahoma was dis'iiKS"d
at a conference here this aft- rno n
between W. S. Fiupatrlek. at'orney
for the corporation and .Attorney
5enoral Charles West. No agreement
was reached and Attorney General
West absolutely refused to discuss
It was learned from a reliable
source however that t'es Prairie
Oil & Gas company will domesticate
ir the attorney general will grant
certain concessions including an as-!
surance that nothing will be don
by the state to embarrass the build-
ing ot the piopoed pipe line to th"
gulf. The Pru'rie company also a:.k-
that the attorney general dismiss
the suits ho ha. broiiKht to oust
that company from doing business
In the state. Attorney General West
Ik loth to do this and this one
of thep oltits over which the propo-
sition Is hung up.
It Is believed that an agreement
will be reached with the state and
the domestication of the Prairie com-
pany will follow.
Vo offer One Hundred Dollars He-
ward for any wise of Catarrh that
can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F J. CHENEY Sr. CO. Toledo. 0
We th" undersigned have known
F. .I. Cheney for the last 15 years
' .'lev. ti! in perfectly honorable
In all business trapsaction and fi-
nancially able to carry out any obli-
gation made by his firm.
Waldlng Klnnan fc Marvin
Wholesale Druggists Toledo O
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
ually. acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 centB
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
RENOUNCES WEALTH TO BE NUN
Daughter of Mayor of Cincinnati to
Enter Convent of Notre Dame.
Cincinnati Oct .!. ITvtty Dene-
dm lnwallc the utautlful 'JO-yeai
U datigluir of IK'iry Inwalle mav
or el St Bernard .1 f.i.ilonable ..lib-
urb has renonnci'd her rrl.-nd? and
family and has sailed 10: Belgium
where she will enter the convent
or th. Notre D.ime at Nimiiir.
MIm; Imwalle announced her inten-
tion or t.Mng holy orders when :iho
returned from a bt.ardiug school
where it is sail ho was dlsapiioiut-
od In a love affair. Pr.;ent of ex
peayive juwelry'. several events In
her honor outing trips and friend .1
were all used by her fond parenta
to make her change her mind but
she persevered and ran oil" to talc-
up the s.-questcrcd life of a nun.
'Mlfcs Imw.-tlle Is quite wealthy in
her otn right and Is the pojse-.isor
: several real ettnto propurtles In
the heart of Cincinnati. She also
own; land in .Missouri and Illinois.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
' cure any case of Itching blind bleed-
ing or protruding Hies In C to 14 days
or money refunded. EOc
Ardmor-Pe Want Ads arc the host.'
flf Felker's Grocery Store
New krout sour and sweet pickles sweet
Mango pickle Dill pickle Queen bulk
olives seeded ribbon cane sorghum
fresh line new evaporated fruits. Call
and buy of our new goods. Fresh line
of Chase and Sanborn coffeeand Heinz's
57 varieties of pickles and preserves.
I have bought tho registered Jcr'
soy bull formerly cwned by Mr
Hall of Donton Tsxas and wt'.l
keep hint at my barn on Droadwajr.
20U" . JOHN IfARTNITT
Gertie Must Oc Modest.
Ne.v Vork Oct 1 -fiertnM Hott
tri.ti in. S'llome d.in er who wag ar
rested last .Inly Ixtiuho of her tou
' scanty draperies In d6Ing her classl-
dances appeared in court today en
' the charge of offending th" publl.
I decency by her n-t.. Since her ar
1 rest. Miss Hotfman h.n had her
j stae eoJtnmes jM'rsonaily sup..'rviM.'u
by a probation officer of the court
ptndlng the trial which was resumed
I Monty ComeE in Kunchet
to A. A. Chlbholm of Treadwell N
V. now. His reason Is well worth
I reading: "For a long time I suffered
from Indigestion torpid liver consti-
pation nervousness and general de-
1 blllty" he writes. "I couldn't sleep.
I had no appetite nor ambition grcu
weaker every day In hplto of al!
medical treatment. Then used Kite-
I trie Bitters. Twelve bottle restored
! nil my old-time health and vigor
.now 1 can attend to business every
day. It's a wonderful medicine." in
fallible for Stomach. Uver Kldnoyr.
Blood and Nerves. .0c at Ardmor.
Ardnioreitc Wan' di are the bos?
No Loafing on The Job
when wo tinclertako your plumbing
work. Wu come promptly work
steadily nml not away ns quickly ns
possible. Hut wn ilon't leave until
wo are thoroughly certain tho nb 19
a perfect one. Try our Uintl of jTumb
lti next time. You'll enjoy tho dif-
ference. Wo will ropair your plumb-
ing nntl gns works promptly. Hotter
call Phone 71) beloro uolil went tier.
Our terms on till repairing will be
spot eain nnd collected by workman.
The WeeKs SpreKelmeyer
Plumbing 31 Sheet Metal Co.
JiiMU'TH W SlHM.rt)N sr
8tay curcV" Not To
W'iskcy and drus habits cured 'o
tnouey until cured. Is our motto.
aw Ardmore Okla.
Lost auytolng? Want adi.
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