The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 228, Ed. 1, Tuesday, March 1, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Tuesday March 1 1910
THE. DAILY AROMOREITE
In your blood-reel nnd whlto-
koop yoti well If they nro hoal'.hy
cnuoo you s'.ckncno If cllsonscd.
To make lili.l t.cip "('" nliundnnt
mid health i to hae pure blond free-
dom from (li-on-e and vit!nrou health.
The elm f pntpnso of Hooil'n Surna-
liarillu w to do this and lt Mieocss Is
nlteiulcd l.y thousands o( wonderful
cure;". Cure of all hlood disease
K'rofiila eirema rheumatism eularfh.
(.1 It In II H"l IfonM '""n r 'n
liuculnUl llill furui calM SnriaUl.
It. il . r. on. Otthi.. IVb. IS.-We
hm H. en having some of the most
- . ( cold weather that thin roiinlrv
1. 1 )m i for (iilK a while. .
Wii i the irrmiml In beta beneMed
Ik rtoik anion the funner Imn boon j
on t:m Willi. althmiRh no Ion nf
o k i- i iMirted.
M - ll.irtmnn n nt Ardmore nt-
c t -liin- the teachers' meeting.
Mi'n. of our b"t rltleim were he- j
few Id. KiniKl Jury Hi I'iuilM 'lley
t... ii t week. Among them were
!''' Wilson. Oeo. Iloolorti J. A. Ila-
i ( t uul SoUu ('own.
.1 i' lihodfi Is nt I'.iuhi Vnlley on
lnl i m - tlili work.
I (' I'oxter linn ft very slch child.
Mi I (' Wallace In at MniiRuni at-
t( lulmn his little Rill who In very meV
Ml . Ail.iia Whlliker was In Aril-
Imiri (llleildlllK the te.ulieM' meeting.
I 'en ml Wright mid wife are pre-
l;nilii to leat for southwest Tevns.
Mi- Will Chi tut Ian In nick with In
.hi' linger. Jr. wctil to Itallcy this
wi . k
curl Itlimli'H and Jim Wilson and
C'.unl SchniRRn were iittcmlciUug
( oiil't .il I'aiils Valley hut week.
The brldwe on Handy llonr creek b.i-
twun Itnbbcrsnu and TtiMy will he
roiiidete I net week. Till w ill be a
Krwit di light to these people moAt e-
in dally to the mall currier am the
bridge l on the main road fiom Tussy
to IMuls Valley.
Health Is very good in the com-
munity. Of Interest to Shippers.
On March li the order of the cor-
poration ('ommlsslon makltiK ertectlv.
tin dissolution of the Itoek Ulaud
and I'rlsco railroads. In lis bearing
upon the rates to he churned shipper
for freight routed via these linen will
hcionie operative. It lii corporation
( onimlsslon order No. 27'.i and abro-
pit - and t acute order No. a OR
w.ihIi juit Into effect the one-line rate
oer these roads last Hummer.
Sin-e the former or.liM. No. 2H3. win
I' IK d. the two collipftllics lime heeli
who? y dissolved and are now sepii"-
a ( nmpniile iipirntiiiK under cu-
t'''y separate iiiuiingeuieiit. The
i 'lui.tshtou order. No. 27l. was Issued
l ' Mi.iry ii'. authorisliiK the uliiinglng
o' '.lie-. In accordance with the ill-
ilium and making the change ef-
fidix Much 10.
H u lilit-arles charged on coniiuo-
d 1 " (I nf freight for ron'
I" i r ii i! t. 'in in)' Inn II' hi
( . i h it t :n app'v In - t.i t'i.'
1 i t It. I 1 led o 'H t.
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
No woman who hears children need miller durinR tho period
of waiting nor at tho tlino of baby's coining If Mother's
I'uciul is used as a ni.iss.igo for tho muscles tendons and glands
of tlio body. Mother's I'ricnd Is a peiio'.ratinff healthful lini
ment which strengthens tho ligaments luhrl"atcs and icndcis pliant those
muscles on which tho strain Is greatest prevents caking of tho hressts hy keep-
ing the ducts open and relieves nausea backache numbness nervousness etc.
Iti regular uso will prepare every portion of tho system for tho safety of both
mother and child and greatly reduco tho pain and danger when tho Uttlo out
comes. Mother's 1'ricnd is sold at drug stores. Wrlto for our freo book which
coutalns valuablo information for expectant mothers.
THE BRADFIELD CO. ATLANTA GA
At the GRAND AVENUE HOTEL
If you happen to be in Oklahoma City over
nifht. Good Cafe in connection.
A YOUNG MAN IS
ROSE. A j ED 23
OF DRUTAL MURDER.
Skull of Younn Mao Was Fractured
nml HI Head Mutilated Uody 1
Oaggtid Across Field Where It
Was Found Tc vc Hsurs Later.
The Oklahoma!! this morning give j
t!' following account of the crime: j
Leon Freao Hrr aerere grill- (
log lata last night confessed In ;
the mnnler of Artie Hose. Hole
f.-ry aa the motive. The murder.
a.4 ( mnllsluM with a pump. '
) !i the arrest .Momliiy afternoon j
of l. on I'reie owner of n moving
picture show at Norman wh se i
h me Is .is Okhihoiuu City inithor-1
Itlea lielleve they hive part y clear I
-(I the mystery aurrotiudliig (he liru
ml murder nf Artie V. Itoie. a chaiif-
rur. UR'il 2S iPMlug at :io llroad-
way ('rcle. He Wha found dead In
a field off ttu main imiiiI two mile.
.outh or .Moore at l : :iO .Monday
It se w in killed according to of
ficlnls. after helng pulled from tic
car or ete struck whl'e in the car
and knocked out. Ills skull wiu hat-
tend. I 'oil. i' are working on lun
clues one that the murder wim done
for Jealousy and the other for nih-
her. Ituse miik liiiown to have had
1 a large sum of money on Ids person
: which was not found.
The woman In the (use Ihes at
I Norman and was In Okliliuma City
HiiikIiiv hut whether she returned t
I Noruiaii In Rose's car vn. not learn-
ed last ulRlit.
' l'reie who was arrested at Nor
'mail Monihy nf Iciikmiii. hy Deputy
I Shi riff Southern of Cl(elaud conn-
ty. In iield pendliiK all luvistlKallon.
! Aee;iriliiiR to I it f I'uiatlou at Norman
i l''ree culled the (llles km rune of
N.irmuii about fi.:tn Sumliy night
nml lolii the man In ctmrRe he
' wanted .in automobile to low his
( l'ioiee'n) car to that city. The car.
'whl.h wa found four miles out
df .V rm.in ht longs to the Hurst
i ltiiil l.'u.iie conipaiiy of okl ih.nua
City anil was last seen In charg"
of Artie Rose the murdered boy.
(). A. Hurst for whom Rose was
driving positively Ideutllled the ma-
chine nt the (Idea garage where It
had kern placed by lrexe. It Is a 30
horsetioner llulek and an luvestl-
Batlen proud bey nil doubt th"
c.i: I . 'i pi (il lluist The
1 e np .'i t 'e u -he a ( d iuiis (if
Ml a ti H( 1 1 1 illd tin I'e ai '
i I i e I I' . aft' r an
V J Mcl'AIU.AND Proprietor
Mi- LK-5TKU OKLA.
Kuropcan Plan. 75 modern
rooms 75c and ji. Larpe
sample room. A populai
priced restaurant in con
ncction. Fish dinners a
liwatlBBtlou wna locked In the cmui-
t Jail nl Norman.
Details of the Murder.
' I he killing was not disc vered un
tr. nftir It : n .Monday morning when
Jehu Mltdiel! paKalng In u huggy
aw the body which wa.t off the r-iad
about five feel. Relieving the man
either sleeping or lntoxlciit.il Mitei
(II drovo on but told of the Inci-
dent to I''. II. .Morrow a farmer
lilng .i half in Ho north of the (ilni".
Moriow started for the se-lie aie!
was accompanied by C. N. Scirlei
Ito.'e's body was found Just lusld
the fence rail whom II wna diopped
efter being pul ed around u elrcb .
I hi lar point of which fr in the fence
w.m twohe feet. The hoy'a skull
was crushed and battered tho fatal
I low being administered tram the
Lick and probably with n blunt lu-
liniment either n wreii".h or pipe
The hole nt the back of the head
waa ntKiui four Inches wide. To the
left of the wound was a gash Inflict
ed with a knife or acme sharp In
stlllinelit. The fiuo waa badly scarred
; there being u gaah oer the right
eye Mild a cut on the left chock.
I Purse Is Empty.
A blo.dy hand had been pl.red
... .... . ... 1
in one oi nose s pncneM leaving
' stiilna hi tin center nf tile circle
muni in iiki (iiiur oi mi (in i
' over which the body was dragged.
Morrow and Hcailet found tw
lar n half dollar a iii.ir:er
... . -
and Seal let found tw dot
dimes and n nickel. In (Ik
pncki .s were found bin knife thirty
cents un empty picket book four
biasa ill UK stoic chips an.l some per-
sonal cards. The money and check
f mid on tlio ground were pi ed In
a help. Apparently the murderer rl-
t ) .-it the pockets ami then (ltd he-
fore picking up the coin lailliiK on
the ground. Accordllix to those with
R ise diirlliK the day previous to tho
murder he hud considerable money
at least $:ili in ciinvncy and possibly
fifty. Justice of the I'ea e C'Jtirt-
ney of .Moore wan summoned and
the coroner's Jury rendered a verdict
in part a.4 follows:
The Jury Verdict.
"We h.ivc cMiiuliiod the body of an
unknown man lying dead three ml!ca
southwest of .MoJl'e Okln. on the
telephone line to Norman Okln.
fiom .Moore Okln.. ami upon our
oaths do say that we examined the
unknown man mid certify (hat !m
came to his diMth by having been
struck i. n the head by some kind of
an instrument or club administered
by the hands of an unknown person
or person with the Intent to kill.'
The Inllowlng men compiMod the
Jury. W. A. Taylor. .1. .M. Turner
Udwui Hyde I. S. Jameson W. II.
(il more A. P. Illgglus.
Rose's Inly was taken to Moore
and then removed to Oklahoma City
hj friends. It Is at Street Draper' i
'Night Chler of Detectives Shirley
Dyer and 1'ndernhcrlff .Mike Casey
left for the hcene last night and
will assist Sheriff Ike Hnylea of
Cleveland county. Detectives here
are invctlgutliiK a report that Hup
ipiaireled wth another driver last
week out a robe and It Is said
ihie.its wete cvhnuKed.
Not until t Id by a reporter that
the body of the young man found
in- ir Moore Okla. was Identified I
posltlvily ns that if their son did j
t In father and mother of the uufor-
tiiuate young man realize the fullnu-ts l
of the shad w thrown upon their
home and lives. The mother Is In ;i
pii carious condition from the shock J
while the father (. II. Hone Is
heartbroken and refuses to way any-
thing only that If the party or par-
ties are apprehended he will use
me cry menus to liolp mote out the I
punishment they si Justly deserve.!
T'ae boy's father Is limp oyed by the'
Dim sou Product eoinpany.
Artie was educated at Wagoner
Okh.. and since coming to Oklahoma
City four years ago he has work
i'il for the Woodbury Aut company
three weeks ago entering the employ
'f O. . Hurst III hlhlts were of
the lies He never drank and
rot beliiK home
thought of the !)
when his father wen;
many times he
was away over nlglii
when he had
a long dilvc bofotv
Brother In Navy.
Hose was engaged ti be marriel
1.1 Miss Stella Faiinon of tuOS We"
California .nenue during the early
spring. Ills fiance was at woik when
the sad new Kgehrd her Resides
hi- father and mother lie is s..
inul by one brother licit w ii
1 an apprentice lu the u.iv Kftori-
are leing nude to locate him. but
a - he is on a tramp steam r it 1
not likely that he will le.nt t'i
- id iiiw until ling after t'i. fi
I. .il T!u .11 1 .itiM'ir. nt- for ti; fi
II. nl Ii is no b. en 1.1 uli n yi
nor will tin i' made ib f.nltcly
until tho authorities are through with
What mother is not looking for
something that will help her children
in the little ills of life something
for the stomach trouble and the
bowel trouble? Long ago she prob-
ably has become convinced that a
child cannot readily swallow a pill
or a tablet and that to "break them
i in half mid crush them" is an annoy-
ance; that usually tbey work loo drastl-
cully nml are iiiuiscatliiK nml too .ow-
I crful for the lit tin otn-'ri stomach.
Anv mother who will Ink! tlio troublo
of sending her nanio nml nddrcBS can oh-
Uiln n free Haniil boltlo of n rennsly .
tlmt tboiisnmls of other molhcrs nre iiunt;
nml now pnylriK for. This remedy Is Dr.
Caldwell's Hymn l'e."ln. ami tho orTer of
n tire trlnl Lolile Is epen to any mother
who has not yet used It. llnvliiK used
It nml convinced jourself that It Is what
you want vou can olitnin It In the fu-
ture of our driiHKlst nt llfly cents and
one dollnr n iKittlc. Just ns ko many .
olli.rs nre ilolinr. tlio freo snniriln ticlni:
slmily to convince you of Us merits. It
1 In the best wnv lo binln on It. Mrs. I
ll.ivlx of IS7 V. Harrison street. Chicago
nml Mrs Mnry Ilelford. 1710 Coko street
1 1-nnl.vllI. Kf.. lKllll started with a. freo
s.mi.le mid now they wrlto that they
have never been without a bottlo In tho
It Is undoubtedly ft Rrcnt family rem-
rdv. ns It Is ndaiited to nil ages being i
mild nnd nlcnsnnt to tnko nnd yet tlmr-
ouclily efTertlve. H Is enpecially th"
Idcnl remedy for children nnd women nnd
old folks who need something pure mild
nnd nnturnl. It has tin ndvantnge of be-
ing n thorough laxallvo nnd yet contains
tonic inoperlles. l'o II for tho most .
sttibl.oru constipation. Indigestion liver
trouble nick lu-niinclK. sour
triitiM.' nick luTiilnclie. sour stomncli
i mill .) r!npliilnls with a gu.irnnteo
that It will cure.
( )r c'aldwcll personally will bo pleased
; to give you nny medical ndvlco you may
iicsiro ror yourseu or iiiiniiy iiuriiiiinoK m
u. stonincb liver or bowels nbfolutcly
freo of cbnrge. I xplnln your case In
letter and ho will reply to you In detail.
. lAtr III freo Sllltinlo
simiiiy semi vour
niinin oil.l iiuurcss on n ihimiii ram or
otherwise. Kor either recpient tlio doctor s
iiililrcss Is Dr. W. II. Caldwell H.S11 Cald-
well building Muntlccllo III.
When asked to make a statement
Miss Kunn n replied "That sho felt
so had she didn't know nor could
not think of anything to say only
that who wanted to try and comfort
There wag a stream of aiitomohres
to .Moore during the afternoon ffftecn
cars making the trip. Hoso wna iop-
tilar anions the auto drivers and w-.n
of a pleasing nature lentil two years
ago before entering the auto bus-
iness he was employed hy a local
coffee ami tea house.
Although the body was found early
in tho morning. It was not removed
fiom the ric lil until after :' o'clock
in the afternoon. Last night officers
had traced Hose's movements until
nearly S o'clo:k Sunday night when
he was aeon U pass through the
city with three men In his car.
Kie.e whoseyather Is a contract-
ing carpenter in Oklahoma City left
Norman on tho early train .Siind.iy
ii turning in the automobile. Follow-
ing his arrest officers searched
Fn.e'tf trunk in his room ami found
an automobile license whl.'h c rre-
Hponds to the one owned by Hoso.
I'rosse has been In Norman ni
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnko IyAXATlVK 11HO.MO Qulniiio
Tablets. Druggists refund money if
it falls to cure. K. W. C.ROVK'S sig-
nature Is on each box. 25c.
! Spilngci Okia. Feb. i'S. The gen-
eial health of tin community Is gooJ
at presint. although the little son of
.Mis. Reeves is very low with ption-
' iiioula. '.Mrs. Hurch Is also o nthe sick
.Mi. and .Mrs. tiny Siglur of Ard-
more visited .Mrs. Slgler's parents
Quito an luterestliu program was
rendered on the night of the twenty-
setoiid. In the auditorium of the
school building. It was good cons-
sideling the time spent in getting It
up which was about ten days. It was
made more Interesting by the talks
niaile by Rev. Dan Curb D. N. Units-
mail ami Oscar Paschall who wore at-
tending the preachers Institute at this
U'. lliiltsin.'in and Curb also made
nice talks at the chapol exercises
Tuesday morning which were enjoyed
hy both teacher ami pupil ami caused
us to takotiven more Interest If pos-
sible lu our school work than before.
Our school will be stopped In three
weeks for lack of money but th ma-
jority of the people want It con-
The teachers of this place attended
the S V. trachcrs association last
1 5 one where hoalth abounds.
With impure blood there can-
not be Kld health.
With a disordered LIVER thcro
cannot be good blood.
revivify thetorpld LIVOR nnd restore
its natural action.
A health v LIVOR mean pure
Pure blood means health.
Health means happlaess.
Take no Subltltut. AJI Druukattw
GOV. HASKELL'S BRIEF !
AS A WASTE O FTIME AND UN-
PATRIOTIC SCORES CLARK.
(iiithrie. Okla.. Feb. 28. (iovornor
Haskell today Hied his brief with tho 1
legislative liivostlgiitliii; committee 1
relative to tho charges involving nils-
appropriation lllcil by republican Heir
rtsentntlvu .Marls and others. Gover-
nor Haskoll closes the brief with a j
mpicst that the committee rebuke !
"those who nro the real prime movers
In Inspiring n criticism that caused '
the complaint and a waste of time '
without patriotic motives or honest
Cnvtrnnr Haskell said that ho could
have refused to take any 0081112.111'"
of the investigation since tho consti
tution limited the work of the special
Session of the legislature to subjo-ts
I ri commended by the governor but
knowing that every act performed 'n
j his office has been strictly within the
1 lines of economy and In the Interest
of tho whole people he without host-
j tatlon invited the Investigation.
The governor refers to the republi-
can charges as "a trifling technical
untruthful nnd vicious assault with-
out substance In the charge and utter-
ly devoid of evidence. Its chief pro- '
motors have been persons wholly out
side the legislature nnd. no one can
asseit that there ha? been good faith
( or common decency back of the nm-
lives of these partlos." lie says of
tho brief llled by the republican pros-
ccutliif; attorney Representative
Clark that "there Is scarcety n word
j of truth In the whole brief. He seeks
to make his speech as an attorney 1111
tho complete want of evidence." 1
"Ho says" continues (Iovornor Has-
koll speaking of Clrk's brief on the
report from l.uwier and Flenner. "The !
committee will remember well that 1
Ihls staUmcnt is false that I stated 1
It would be iiuwiso to make public
tho facts Information ami names of 1
I witnesses etc. prepared and secured
to be used lu the trial of Important ;
state caaos that have not yet come
up for trial but that 1 would submit '
1 ail these papers and reports to th'i ;
personal Inspection of all of the mem- .
I hers of tho committee feeling th it
1 they were honestly Interested In the ;
wollaie of tho state ami could them-
! uelves. take the bunion of making
their contents public. 1 declined to
1 let .Mr. Clark and Mr. Mnrls seo theso
reports for the reason that the attor-
ney namely .1. H. Hurford who wrote
' out the charges lu this case is the .it
tornoy for the Standard Oil compaii'
j which is vitally Interested in most of
those cases and to glvo them all the
facts which tho state has secured
would bo to weaken tho case of the
state and prevent u successful prose
cution of this great monopoly.
! Oovernor Haskoll scores opposition
j counsel In touching on the lliitchlngs
charge. "I notice" he says "tho con-
temptible practice of Mr. Clark is con- 1
stantly weaving Into his statement Uip
reference that Mr. Mulchings Is cue or
! the men Indicted with C.overnor Mas-
I kell In certain Muskogee townlot
1 cases. Mr. Clark can get all tho satis-
faction he choses out of the fact that
I the governor of Oklahoma has been
j Indicted In the Muskogee townlot
1 cases. It simply shows the contemp-
i Utile level to which he will voluntarily
1 reduce hlnieir in his desperation.
1 when being wholly unable to find
facts whereon to bnse his criticism
he desired to cast his slurs based on 1
tho Infamous doing of others."
iini governor's brief touches In turn
1 on the school land department char"-
j es tho banking hoard charges the
charges of misappropriation of $rS 10
J the Anthony charge and the Day
charge. Mo defends himself both by
the law and the testimony In the case
and that tho "troublo Is Mr. Marls
llled these charges and Mr Clark as
attornoy. undertook to support them
not with the vlow of llndlng tho facts. '
but with n vlow solely to clouding the
atmosphere with suspicion nnd doubt."
Governor Haskell devotes some 1
space to the apparent discrepancies i
between the testimony given by him- J
self nnd by Detective l.nwier as to
what work I.awler did for the $2.nnn
approximately paid to him out of the
torrltorlnl audit funds.
Simple Remedy That Any One Can
Preoare at Home.
Most people are more or less sub-
led to cnuuhs and colds. A simple
r. medy that will break up a cold
nulckly nnd cure nny couch that Is
1 urnhle is made by mixing two
ouncei of Glvcerlnc. half ounce of Vlr
rln fill of Pine compound pure an'
eitht ounces of pure Whlskov You
can go' theio In anv pood drug stor-
and 1 asiy mix them In a larso bo'tle
Tho mixture is highly recommended
by the Leach Chonilcal Co. of Clnc'n-
natl who proparo tho scnulno Vlrcln
Oil of Pine compound puro for dls-ponslng.
The man who simply sits an' waits
Fur trade to come along
Ain't worth the breath that it 'ud take
T tell him he is wrong
Fur business don't How 'round this world
Fur every fool to sup
You've got to put your scc-crs on
An go an' hunt it up.
Yours for Business
T. K. KEARNEY
M 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 coffee and Meinz's
57 varieties of pickles and preserves.
Ask him to com-
part his Neuron
with those. Cut
this out keep it
on hands study
Woodcrnft n n d
you can show it's
tlio best insur-
ance in tho world
Our facilities for furnishing you with
For light power and heat arc unexcelled by any city
in the state.
We also endeavor to employ gentlemanly drivers
to supply your wants for
PURE DISTILLED WATER ICb
THE BEST OF MOLESTER COALS
Our many pleased customers are the best evidence
of the quality of our products. Any irregularities will
be promptly and gladly corrected. Phone 156.
Ardmore Ice Light & Power Company
Tomb Stones Bf 110 u of 'I10 kuod
- . labor ana tho only electric mar-
Monuments bio cutting machinery in the
Southwest no othor firm can compoto with us on prices. If
you need grave stones tomb stones or monuments write ns
for prices. Wo sell nil over Oklahoma and Northern Texas.
IIANWAY & OWENS Ardmore Okla.
ARE SOME FIGURES
First assessment iovlod September 1 ISM.
Honollts paid to .Inn. 1 100'J $tli0i:ir:t7.7l.
Avorngo iiro of liioinborsliip in 11)08 III!
yours nnd I months.
Avorngo mortality por 1000 G.81 per cont.
AveniKo amount collected per $1000 in-
surance in l'.iOH tV.
Total inconio during uios 101111(111.
Totnl disbursements duiliif; H)08 $7062 Iftfi.
Surplus for IPOS $2n87lM).
Kxponso of mnnni;emciit for HIOS was die
It is tho most economically mnnnRcd in-
surnnco socioty in tho world.
DurinR lUO'J moro than una hundred thou-
sand mon wero granted Woodmen cer-
tificates. If you want to
JOIN THE PODIN Of THE WORLD
nnd got tho best insurance Soo any chop-
per or call or wrlto
J. N. MORGAN District Organizer.
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