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Ardmore, Monday, November 5, 1905
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Open a Box for tlis
Leave ii where I hey can reach
it. Watch them sain in weight.
Watch their checks firow ruddy
with health and life.
the most nutritious food made
from wheat, therefore the most
wholesome food for children.
NATIONAL DISCUIT COMPANY
DY THE WAY-
Yoti measure strength at the weak
c ii point. Don't forget that.
Slei a trlflu beyond the surging
Doing the work of the present hour
faithfully Is a noblo conception.
There In nothing belwuen you and
Oud hut yourself.
Only thu Intense polio brings suron
Everyone hai within hlni the ele
ment of iniutery. Relieve It.
Vain regrets are hut tho waste ot
Titers can he no lofty attainment
without tho loss of heart blood.
Most of us want to play with the
s;,oon before we tnko our medicine.
Money with no character behind
It Is always a dangerous force.
Some men have pinched their view
A skimping economy will never pay.
Don't sell your Ideals to the highest
Sometimes leading "the simple life"
makes na entirely too slninle.
niilvni-.nl .llnlnmti la nnt n montnl nlre for urv""s complaints, general
A unleisai diploma is not n mental j,,,,,,,,, fonmI(, vmkwssvli, impnvor
Insurance policy. Ilslied blood ami malaria. (luiirnnteed
Co clean nround tho num that Is
smaller than his dollars. j
Often tha serious view of life is a
I " fl (1 ii 13 1 1 bIia I tt (tn,f
i . y? tb uiiitn tin i in ty
uotj-t looK lor tuo naio ot nianyr-
"lent If you can be successful without I
This must bo n sud old world to tho
man who believes that goodnosti is
not forever In the ascendancy.
Yon do not need to know the reason
for things In your llfo that seem so
Shut the door of memory. That ter
rible day lit dead. Why court the grue
There Is nothing between you and
your fellow man but the merest delu
sions. How. widely they separate us!
One log will not burn alone. Neith
er can the heart forsake and survive.
iiiinuiiniy is ihh uuiii lor wie wimarj
If yen would got In on "the ground
tloor" If you would Ihyen V the
"ticker'' , of tho ages put your ear
on tho bosom of u child.
No wonder the witch can read char
acter In tho palm of tho hand. It had
much to do with the building of It.
Tho real man Is the watchdog of his
monoy, hit secret ! an 1 his temper.
No man has the right to Judge of an
other unless he has the same view
point. He must stand within thu range
cf the very motive that Inspired the
Tho Dally Ardiuoroite ROc a month.
1JKST SHOW OF
Thursday and Saturdny
at 3 p. m. Admission 10c
Every Night at 8 and 9 O'cUcU
Admission 15 ceats
PRISONER BROUGHT DACK.
Sawed Hlo Way From Cell Years Ago
and Became Cowboy.
Liwton, Okla., Nov. 1. Dick Halt',
alius Tom Littleton, who wax arrest
ed at Silver City last week !y It. (!.
I'tttnatn, a ranger, wan brought back
to Lawlou this morning In charge of
Rufe Kntui, under shut Iff, through
whose Inborn thu prisoner wnH locat
ed. August 1M. two years ago, Estes,
who was then confined In tho county
jail, hioku out, after Hawing a large
hole through the cells. Estes was
working as a cow puncher on a ranch
when arrested. Ho waived a requisi
tion. Made Happy for Llfo.
(Ireat happiness came Into the
home of S. C. Blair, school superin
tendent at St. Albans, V. Va., when
his little daughter was restored from
tho dreadful complaint ho names. Ho
says: "My little daughter had St. Vi
tus' Dance, which yielded to no treat
ment but grew steadily worse until as
n lnut roKnrt tvn trim! I?lrtrle Hitters:
laud I rejoice to say, three bottles af
feeted a complete euro. Quick, sure
by City Drug Store, V. it. Frame
ROBBERS HOLD UP PASSER-BY,
Doctor Inop' .unely npoonrs When
Burglary Is On
Sulphur, I. T.. Nov. I.- C. II.
ludinan of this city was held up and
roUbcd at an early hour this morn
lug bv two men who were attempting
,,, ,.,, ti, strro ()f tj,0 i)a,m Merean-
11Ie. company. The robbers secured
tin and a itold watch. The doctor hnn
' pencil to pass and surprised the rob
btrs. They ordered his hands up at
the point of a pistol and when permit
ted to leave they cautioned hlni to
keep still about It. Investigation
proved the front door was almost cut
away by tho robbers when tho doctor
nnneurcd. Ofllcers are searching the
Dairy and Food Commlsiloner's
The Minnesota Dairy and Food
Commission's analysis shows that
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
and Ilee's Laxative Honey nnd Tar
contained opiates anil croton oil
Opiates are poisons and croton oil Is
a. violent poisonous purgative. Re
fuse to accept any but Foley's Honey
and Tar In a vellow package. Folov's
Honey and Tnr contains no ophite
or dangerous drugs and Is the lies:
cough nnd cold cure. Hoffman t Co.
and City Drug Store.
Child's Neck Broken.
authrie, Okln., Nov. 1. Tho baby
boy of T. A. Hetty, living near Thorn
as, was instantly killed yesterday by
a peculiar accident. Mrs. netty was
nwav from home and the child's fath
er. seeing that It was asleep on th
bed. wcn out to pick cotton. The
little liny awaked during Ills parents
ausence snd cltniltfti upon the tab.
standing near by and In sotn way fell
off. catching its head between tho
tablo nnd the bedstead, and breaking
Its neck. When the mother returned
home she found the body hanging in
Better Than Any Other.
Pimm Tct M.iv 2.1. lflftS
"Sblp one gross Dr. MndenhaU's
Chill nnd Fever Cure. We havo been
filing your Chill Cure for four
venrs and It elves better general re
Knttu Ihnn nnv Phlll Tonic hnva
ever sold."-- Cucro Drug Co. Sold by
w. IV Frame.
We bjwe secured the agency for Or!
no Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new Uxa
live that makes the liver llvelv, purl
fles the breath, cures headache, and
regulates the digestive organs. Cures
chronic constipation. Ask tn about It,
Hoffman & Co., and City Drug 3tre
QUARREL OVER CROP.
Landlord Useo Fork and Is Shot by
Tenant With Shotgun.
Waco, Nov. I. A special to tne
Time Herald fioiu Malt inys:
Thin morning at tt o'clock Mr. Vlt
tlcoc, r prosperous Herman farmer liv
lug three miles south of Mnrt, in
Llmostono county was riddled wltn
bnllcts and Is now In a dying condi
tion. The shots were fired by .1. H.
Barfleld, a tenant on Mr. Vlttlcoe'
place an. I Bnrfleld 1ms gone to tiroes
bock to surrender to the Limestone
Tlie trouble cotue up, acoordlng to
statements made, on account of a dis
agreement between the landlord and
tenant as to the divl Ion of the crop.
The two men met at Vlttlcoo's
barn, which wan used Jointly, and lif
er wrrds passed It Is claimed that
Barflfld begun shooting, using u pis
tol until It was emptied and then grab
bed a shotgun and emptied both bar- !
rels Into his landlord. Durllcld claims
hat ho never made a move until
Vlttlcoe started toward him with a
pitchfork nnd then he pulled his pis-
tol and began to shoot.
He claims that Vlttlcoe continued
o advance and wnen ho hail emptied
his pistol that he grabbed his shotgun
nil the last shot he fired the landlord
fell mortally wounded.
Vlttlcoe Hindu u lying statement to
the effect that after the words llar
fleld bogan shooting at linn with a pis-
ol after he had gotten inside the
He claimed that llarfield then came
nto the barn nnd shot him the lr.it
Dr. Carpenter of Mart and Heard
of Otto are in attendance upon Vlttl
coe and say that ho cannot live.
Hoth mon are woll known nnd have
Tho reason physicians like to have
us compound their prescriptions Is he
cnuse they recognlzo tho high final
ity of our stock and sorTlce. 1 .T.
Unmsey, druggist 2S
Out of Twenty Klnda the Best.
"Ship one gross Dr. idendeuhall's
Chill and Fever Cure. It gives tho
ot satisfaction of about 20 brands
I carry." .1. R. Harford. Druggist.
Rector. Ark. Children llko It. Sold
on a signed guaranty by W. II. Frame.
MUSKOGEE PHOENIX SOLD.
Leading Republican Territory Paper
Sold to Democratic Syndicate.
Muskogee, I. T Nov. Col. Clar
ence H. Douglas has sol I tho Musko
gee Phoenix to a local Democratic
syndicate for $40,000 and will give
possession November 10. Col. Doughi3
purchased tho paper leas than live
years ago for $4,500 at a mortgage
sale after It had suspended nnd made
it a lending Republican paper of the
two ternaries. Th purchase pilco
,'r.il a splendid modern homo and
some suburban pioperty making an
asset of more than $."0,000. together
with his personal expenses estimated
at $lS,0fl(i, represents the Increase In
value nnd tho earnings of the proper
ty. King of All Cough Medicines.
Mr. K. O. Case, a mnll carrier of
Canton Center. Conn., who has been
In the F. S. Servlco for" about sixteen
years, says: "We have tried many
cough medicines for croup, but Cham
berlnln's Cough Remedy Is king of all
and one to be relied upon every time,
Wo also find it tho nest remedy for
coughs and colds, glvlir; certain re
stills and leaving no bad effects." For
sale bv K. .1. Ramsey. W. 11. Frame
Ardmoro Drug Co., nnd Homier &
Whirled tc His Death.
Fort Gibson, I. T., Nov. I. .loo
Gainby, n work hand lit the cotton gin
at this place, was whipped to death
here by being, caught in a belt on the
machinery. Ganiby walked noar a
heavy separator belt, which caught
his clothes nnd Jerked him nround a
wheel nnd before tho machinery could
bo stopped ho was dead.
DoWltt's Witch Hn7.cl Salvo the
orlelna' and the namo Is stamped on
n-ery box. Grid for ecjiema. tetter,
tinils. cuts snd bruises, nnd nspeclnllv
recommended ior piles. Sold by Hoff
man Drug Co.
Election Board Sustained.
Guthrie, Okla.. Nov. I. The Okla
homa supromo court tonight rofused
tho writ of mandamus asked for by
candidates for the constitutional con
vention who were refused places on
the official ballot by tho election
board on account of technical Irrog
ularltles. Chief Justice Hurford and
Justices Hurwell and Gillette voted
to sustain the election hoard: Justices
Irwin and Halnor dissented.
work wonders. It produces hair Just
as surelv ns rain and sunshine raise
crops. It produces a thick crowth of
duxurlnnt hnlr when all other reme
dies fall, We guarantee Dandertne.
All dnicelsts sell It, 25c. 50c and $1.00
per bottle. To prove Its worth, send
this ad with 10 cents In stamps or sll
Ter nnd tto will mnll you a large free
sample Ksowlten Dandertne Co., Chi
Non-Support In Seventy-Sixth District
Believed the Cause.
Muskogee, I. T Nov. 4. George V.
Iluchv?r, Republican candidate for del
egate to the eoiutltutloiial convention
from the Seventy-sixth district, to
night withdrew from the race. In
his withdrawal he makes no explana
tion, Imt those on the Inside state
that It wn because4 of the non-support
of the Republican organization Of the
district. This leaves C. N. Haskell
and C. .1. .tones In tho race. Has
kell Is a Democrat, running on a
greater Muskogee ticket, nnd Jones
is a negro, running on an Independent
Republican ticket. This, it is be
lieved by ninny, prnctlcnlly assures
the election of Haskell in u district
that is normally i!00 Republican.
Ca3easweet Is a harmless compound
of vogetable extracts that Is wonder
ful In oo v.''"!! ef icts on the U'.ei
tch of babies nnd children. Recom
mended and sold by Hoffman Drug Co.
PRESIDENT PARDONS COWBOY.
Frank Hunter, Gervlng Fifteen Year
Sentence1, Will be Freed Tomorrow.
Leavenworth, Knns., Nov. Ii. Frank
Hunter, serving n tlfteen-year- e
tence In the federal prison horo ror
manslaughter, will be given his freo
doni tomorrow by order of President
Hunter Is a cowboy nnd tho son of
an Indian Territory cattlemnn. He
was convicted five years ago of the
murder of nncther cowboy. At the
trial he ndmltted shooting the man,
but pleaded self defense. Friends of
tho prisoner appealed to tho presi
dent, who granted n commutation of
Kodol for Dyspepsia contains the
digestives Juices of n healthy stomach
and will put your stomach In shapo to
P'-rforin Its Important function of sup
plying tho body nnd brain with
strength building blood. Digests what
you eat, relieves Indigestion. Sold by
Hoffman Drug Co.
DEAD IN HIS WAGON.
Farmer Is Stricken by Heart Failure
While Driving to Market.
Lawton, Ok., Nov. 4. .1. V. Demp-
sey, a farmer residing near Cache,
was found dead on n wagon load of
cotton about two miles east of Cache
early this morning. The team was
standing hitched to the wagon In the
load nnd Deinpsey, when discovered,
was lying stretched on top of the smiI
cotton that ho was bringing to Law
ton to havo ginned.
Tho body was removed to Cache nnd
the authorities here notified. Owing
to tho nbsenco from tho city of Cor
one Malcolm, Sheriff Hammonds In
structed n Justice of tho peace at
Cache to hold an Inquest. This was
done this nfternoon and the vordlct
of the Jury wns that deceased came
to his death from heart failure.
No Opium in Chamberlain's Cough
There Is not the least danger in
giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to small children ns It contains no op
ium of other harmful drug. It has an
established roputntlon of more than
thirty years as the most successful
medicine In use for colds, croup nnd
whooping cough. It always cures and
la pleasant to take. Children llko It.
Sold by F. J. Ramsey. W. B. Frame.
Ardmoro Drug Co., and Bonner &
NEGRO TROOPERS TROUBLES.
Army Men Begin to Sour on the
Washington, Nov. 4. The war de
partment has no official information
about tho troublo that the battalion
of tho Twenty-fifth Infantry at Fort
Bliss has gotten into. While these
are not tho same unsavory sped-
tnents who committed murder nt
Brownsville, the Fort Bliss fou'ilo
only emphasizes the opinion or
nrmy mon horo that the negro
should bo eliminated from the r.'guia'
i There will be Sitndav school this
morning at the Hi-oadway Bantlst
church at 10 o'clock. Services will be
held nt 11 o'clock. The subject of
the pastor's text will be "Tho Objects
of Deacons." In the evening evan
gelistic sorvlcos will be held. All
are invited to be present nt the?o ser
vices. W. A. McKlNNEY. Pastor.
Come and see the great cooking
wonder at our store all next week. See
advertisement in this paper.
1-7 II1VENS. CORIIN & FRENSLEY.
Kennedy's Laxative, (containing
Honey and Tar moves tho bowels.
Contains no opiates. Conforms to
Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold by
Hoffman Drug Co.
Dancing Proves Fatal.
Many men and women catch colds
at dances which terminate in pneu
monia and consumption. After expos
ure, If Foley's Honey and Tar Is tak
en, it will break up a cold and no ser
ious results ne4 be feared. Refuse
any but the genuine In a yellow pack
ore Hoffman t Co., and City Drug
TO THE VOTERS OF CONSTITU
TIONAL DELEGATE DISTRICT
Xotlco Is hereby given that In Con
stitutional Delegate District No. 102,
tho Republican, Democratic, Socialist
and Independent parties havo nomi
nated the below named persons re
spectively as candidates for tho olllce
of delegate to form n constitutional
convention for tho proposed state of
Oklahoma, and that the names of said
candidates will appear upon tho ofll
clnl ballots under tho title and device
and In the order, as follows:
UUPUHUCAN PARTY TICKET.
For dclegato to Constitutional Con
vention, District No. 102.
(Square) WALTKTt COLUERT.
DEMOCRATIC 1-ARTY TICKET.
For dclegato to Constitutional Con
vention, District No. 102.
(Square) I,. J. A K ICRS.
SOCIALIST PARTY TICKET.
For dclegato to Constitutional Con
vention, District No. 102.
(Spuarc) JAMES IL ALLEN.
For dclegato to Constitutional Con
vention, District No. 102.
(Square) WILLIAM J. DOSSEY.
In order to voto any ot tho forego
llug tickets tho voter should enter
tho election room and announco his
name to the two clerks of election,
ono of whom will deliver to him one
ballot, nnd tho other will hand him a
stamp. Tho voter shnll then, without
leaving tho room, enter auy unoccu
pied booth and indicate tho candldato
for whome ho desires to voto by
stamping a cross In tho circle above
or In tho squaro Immediately to tho
left of such candidate's name, after
which and before leaving the booth,
ho shall fold his ballot so that no part
of the printed nintter thereon will bo
exposed, nnd shall return tho stamp to
the clerk from whom ho received It
and deliver tho ballot to tho chair
man, or Judgo acting as chairman,
who shall forthwith, In the presence
of tho voter, Judges of election nnd
wntchcrs, deposit the amo In the bal
lot bos. Any other mark than tho
cross-mark for tho purpose of voting
or nny erasure made on tho ballot,
makes It void and It cannot bo count
ed. TAMS HIXDY,
JOS. A. GILL,
W. II. H. CLAYTON,
Districting and Canvassing Hoard In
Muskogee, Ind. Tor., Oct. 20, 190C.
In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough
There Is no other medicine manufac
tured that has received so much praise
and so many expressions of gratltudo
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
Is effective, and prompt relief follows
its use. Grateful parents everywhere
do not hesitate to testify to Its merits
for. tho bcneilt of others. It Is a cer
tain cure for croup and will prevent
of the attack If glvon nt first appear
ance of the disease. It Is especially
adapted to children as It Is pleasant
to take nnd contains nothing Injur
ious. Mr. E. A. Humphrey, a well
known resident and clerk in the storo
of Mr. E. Lock, of Alice. Cape Colony,
South Africa, says "I have used
Chamberlain's Cough' Remedy to war
off croup and colds In my family. 1
found It to be very satisfactory and It
gives mo pleasure to recommend It."
For salo by F. J. Ramsey. W. B.
Frame, Ardmoro Drug Co., and Hon
ner & Bon-er.
A six months' scholarship, entltlliij;
tho student to nny or all stuJIeq Jn
nny or all departments, and n new
Oliver typewriter fir $100. Sclvidge
Business Gollcgo, 7f.
72C0 Eottles In Four Months.
"Dr. McndonhaH's Chill and Fever
Curo has gained favor with the trade
moro rapidly than nny other Chill
Tonic. Wo have sold nearly 50 gross
In four months." Schah Drug Co.,
Wholesale DruggUts, Cairo, III. Sold
on n signed guaranty by W. B. Frame.
Notice to Contractors.
Soaled bids will bo received by the
city of Ardmoro on Saturday, Novem
ber 3, 100G, not later than 4 o'clock
p. m., for grading D street and p iV
tlng down sidewalks on said street.
Bids will be received for the sldowalks
and the street grading loth together
or senarately. Contractor to tnko Im
provement Script at par for said work,
nil the work to bo done nccordlng to
plans nnd specifications on flic In thu
city engineer's office. Tho city ro
serves tho right to reject any or all
22tf A. L. CRUCE.
I. n. BEST.
It. Vf. RANDOU
C. D. CARTER.
Subscribe for The Arflmorelte.
UNirEO STATES DEPOSITORY
of the Condition of
The Ardmoro Nationai Bank
at Close of Business September 4, 1C06
Stocks and Securities 12.07S.12
U. S. Uonds 1CC.000.00
Capital Stock $100,000.00
Surplus and Profile (net).. 43,173.51
Bills Payablo 20,000.00
No better index to the growth of Ard
tho constant and steady Increase tn
more can no found than Is reflected In
tho deposits of tno Ardmoro National
LEB CIIUCE, President
9. W. STUART. Cashier.
Trim nnd trlcil fr'mula of flio fnmMv
DoWltt's I.lttlo Early Risers. Ocod
puis, aoiu uy nonman Drug uo.
HELSLEY & KERNER.
Carry a full stock of fresh and
cured Meats, Vegetables, Fruit and
everything In tho market lino.
Ij Prompt delivery to any part of the
Has irovod from West Main to
N. Washington, near Hamilton's
Sho! Store. Phono 91.
DAGGAGE TRANSFER LIKE
DAY er KKIHT
STEVE liOVVLES, Proprietor
for All Uugtir Repairs
W. P. POLAND I
Wants to buy 1000 acres in
tracts notlehs than 50 acres.
See Me at Once
Office over First Natl. 15 K
I i. Eaf Shoenfelf i
Uix L. a. IiHllari Atrot)
f ATTORNEY IT LFVJ
MUSKOGEE, I. T.
! Removal of restrictions, con- ?
tests, citizenship cas"H and otu-
" er matters boforo thu Interior
' Department. 't
Prompt attention given to j
j- preparation, checking and Ming
! of oil and ks leases.
Your patronage solicited.
M-M vH-!' -Kt-
j KEMP a ROLL! Pi S
INSURANCE End LOANS
x Offlcai Ground door four door eiulh
T or rostoOlca I'honn J?n