Ardmote, Thursday, February 7, 1907
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
V.'o have a splen
did line or Hug
gics, which for a
brief time will bo
sold at cost.
OUR OFFER IS A SNAP
Come and See
Stevens. Keanerly l Sprains
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HELSLEY A KERtlER.
S Cnrry a full stock of fresh and
cured Meats, Vegetables, Fruit and
everything In tlio markot line.
Prompt delivery to any part of tho
The Great Temperance DrinK
Every bottle made in con
formity with the law.
A favorite beverage with
Gives absolute satisfaction
to every dealer
Send your orders to
Manager New State
FRIEND to FRIEND
Tho personal recommendations ot
people ho havo been cured of
coughs nnd rulds by Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy havo dono moro than
all elso to mako It a staple article
of trado nnd commcrco over a largo
part of tho civilized world.
All who havo been notified that
their street taxes aro duo, had hot
tor pay mo or they will bo prosecuted.
I). N. HUTCH Ell,
23tf Street Tux Collector.
Common Colds are the Cause of Many
Physicians who havo gained a na
tional reputation ns nualysts of the
causo of various diseases, claim that
if catching cold could bo avoided a
long list ot dangerous ailments would
nevor be heard of. Kvory one knows
that pneumonia nnd consumption or
iginate from a cold, nnd chronic ca
tarrh, bronchitis, nnd all throat and
lung trouble are aggravated anil ren
dered more serious by each fresh at
tack. Do not tlsk your life or take
chances when you havo a cold. Cham
berlain's Cough Hcmcdy will euro It
boforo theso dlscasos develop. This
remedy contains no opium, morphine
or other harmful nrug and has thir
ty pears of reputation back of It, gain
ed by Its coios under every condition.
For salo by F. J. Hamsey, W. I)
Frame, Ardmoro Drug Co., llonncr
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TAG END OF MEWS
Frederick V. Troy, llio tlcincr por
tialt painter vrlio In charged with lmr
Ing strut nnd killed Ins wlfo In a fit
of Jealous rngo, U now on trlHl t .lop
lln. Mo., whore tlio crime wni commit
ted. Troy' 5 your old daughter, l'oto
Bin, wui tho only witness tif the mur
der and testified against her father.
Hoy Swarlxfnger, tho youthful des
perado who wrecked H twin at l'e
tenon. Vtnh, aome tlnlo ago, resulting
In the death of tho engineer and the
serious Injury of several trainmen, will
soon ho tried on a charge of murder
In the second degree. SwartsfBger
confessed to tho crime and declaiol
he was drunk it the time of IU c mi
A dispatch from llerlln state Hint
I'nifossor Carl Hail of Washington,
whu Is charged with the murder of hit
mother-in-law at Iladen-lladen, If se
riously 111 and Is no' expected lo re
cover, lluu fled to London nftor the
crime, where ho was arrested and ex
tradited to (Jormany.
I I,, n. 1 licks, tho California miner
who for fifteen days was hurled alive
In a tunnel of the lMlsvm Klcctrlc
compnny near Itakcrsfleld, nnd who
Inter made nu unsuccessful dehut on
the vaudeville state, has returned to
Ills former employment as a miner.
Corporal IMward I.. Knowing, a
member of the recently discharged
battalion of negro soldiers who Is
charged with attempting to nssnsal
nnie Captnln Kdgar C. Macklln, will
tie cnuitmnrllaled at Tort Sill next
week' Macklln was officer of the day
at the time of tho Ilrownsvllle riots
nnd It Is alleged that all of tho negro
soldiers had a personal grudge against
him. Corporal Knowles asserts his In-
nocence of tho crime charged and Is
confident that ho will ho acquitted.
The prosecution of J. Ill It (Jooch
and others alleged to have been Impli
cated in the Springfield, Mo., lynching
1 last year will likely ho dropped,
j ficAicli was charged with first degree
I murder In connection with tho mob
I blng of Fred Croker, Horace Iluncnn
j and Will Allen on the night of April
ill of lastyear. The negroes were
hanged to n statue vif liberty nnd
their bodies burned. The special grand
1 jury returned fourteen true bills of In
dictment against prominent Spring
field men, Including fioocli. Tho nt
, tomeys for flovich secured a contlnu
1 anco of three months last Dccembor,
and It Is now stilted tlmt the cao will
never come to trial.
1 hereby give notice that on tlio
15th day of February, 1307, at Aimer,
Indian Territory, by virtue of autliorl-
y given by a certain chattle mortgage
given by A. i:. Sanders nnd .1. 11. Dan
iel to Juo. I). Hobertson and also a
Judgnir ., jf il.o court, 1 will sell tho
following described property for cash,
Quo grist mill, ono gin outfit, con
sisting of gin house, gin stand;-!, boiler,
engine, shafting, pulleys, tools nnd any
nnd all other tools nnd appliances
used In nnd about said gin.
Uric acid Is a deadly poison that Is
produced In tho human body, nnd it is
the duty of tho kidneys to collect this
poison from tho blood, nnd to pass
It safely out of tho system, together
with all wnsto water.
It Is tho prcsenco In tho body of an
excess of uric acid that causes so
much pain nnd sufforlng, and so many
of the aches that nro commonly at
tributed to rheumatism. 1
Tho kidneys aro boan-shaped or
gans, compnsod of nmssos of llttlo,
tubes, nil of which pour their secre
tions Into n main channel that leads
to tho bladder. In this way tlio kid-
noys pass off moro than an ounco ot
poison every day when In health.
Hut It (loos not tako much to sot
the kidneys back, nnd when they goi
behind, they cannot right thcmsclvos
without help. Tho urle acid begins to
clog tho kidneys, causing that dua,
heavy nchlng In tho back, and sharp
twinges when stooping or lifting, it
crystallizes in tho muscles nnd Joints,
and ovory turn or twist brings kconost
torture. It attacks tho nerves with
neuralgia nnd sciatica. It brings
headache, dizziness, languor, nnd dis
orders of tho urine.
Sold by all dealers.
I.iilgl tlallloni, alleged to have been
one of tho anarchist leaders who In
cited the rlola In t'aterwm, N. J.. five
ear ago has been captured ami Is
being held for trial. William Mc
Queen, who waa associated with tlal
llonl lit spreading revolutlomiry doc
trines among the allerum silk work
era, was sentenced to flvo years In
prison, ('alllo-i waa publishing an
Italian anarchUi inper at llarre, XL.
Tlie decision of the senate to vole
February 20 on the tesolutlon declar
ing Senator Heed tfimnit of Utah nat
entitled to hi sent has resulted In
tho receipt of scores of petitions from
tho Women's Christian Temperance
union, tho National Hefovm bureau,
the People's lobby, and other "rofoim
atnrj" organisation. Despite thase de
mands there Is little probability that
tho vote will be unfavorable to Sen
ator Stmiot, sluco none of the numer
ous charges made against him have
been verified by pi oofs. Tho Utah sen
ator Is said to be highly popular with
his colleagues, owing to his culture
and unfailing courtesy and affability,
and unless all signs fall the votes fa
voring Ids expulsion will no exceed
It Is stated that another attempt
will soon bo made, by frlneds and rela
tive to secure tho release from tho
Kansas penitentiary of John Cullina,
the famous hoy mtirdeicr, who was
convicted of killing his father some
eight years agvt to get possession of
the family fortune. Collins has many
wealthy and influential friends who
believe him Innocent of the crime
of which he was convicted and It is
likely that he will be pardoned with
in the noxt few years.
Tlio numerous attempts to murder
tho Flitch family at Thnmasvlllo, (la.,
has resulted In the offer f a reward
for the discovery of the mysterious
would-bo assassins by tho government.
Many detectives and olllcoin havo
worked on tho caso but so far no evi
dence which wviuld warrant an arrest
has been discovered. Seven unsuccess
ful attempts to poison Mrs. Alice
Flitch nnd her two sons have
beon made since last June.
I-nst month a bomb was placed under
Allen Fulch's bed and exploded,
but dtil little damage. Itecently tlio
houso was set on flro and was extin
guished only after a hard fight with
the flames. It Is believed that the at
tempts (V) murder the family nro tho
result ot snnio old family feud, al
though Mrs. Futch, who Is a well-to-do
widow, says sho hns no cnoniles.
Also one store room 20x30 feet In
size, one ware room 1 1x1 1 feet In
size, one blacksmith shop lxlC feet
In sixe, ono four room box house,
wentherboarded, one four room frame
house, 2 head of cows branded ASH,
and onu secoiiil-hnnd l.oiidclihouse,
All tho above described property
located about four miles south of
Cheek on what In known as the Dan
Shlpman farm. C-St
JNO. I). HOIIKHTSON.
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Try n good kidney mcdlclno. If you
havo nny of tho abovo symptoms.
Thcro Is nothing elso so prompt and
offectlvo as Doan's Kidney I'llls, nnd
Tries So cents. Fostui-Miuuam Co., Buffalo, N Y,, Proprietor
OKLAHOMA CONSTITUTION WILL
DE OF RECORD LENGTH.
OVER FIFTY THOUSAND WORDS
Is the Guess Made on the Fundamental
Document This is Made Neces
scary by Existence of Condition
In Indian Territory.
(itilhiio. Ok., Feb. ' I". in pi, m nt
Indications Oklahoma- CoiinMi unon
will be : rec r,l lucikt . in U i . Ii
Minivers of '.'i; ei sum in Kur
grown to realise tills pio)'ti!illit and
are reminding one .moili. i- that din
ing the period of statehood a legisla
ture is to friHiitemh MBKcinlil. nlili
a view of enacting laws If the guess
does not fall Oklahoma's ruiuliimen
tal document will nuasuie over 50.
00u word3. Tho longest Is that of
Louisiana, about 47,niiu words, next
lHlng Virginia of ::.",im)0, then Ala
bama, with 110,000 uoicls. Tlie aver
age Is anywhere from .".oon to lu.OnO.
Tlie Sequoyah document, which a
committee of flfo-eight, the chair
man of which was C. N. Haskell of
Muskogee, a member of the present
convention, drafted In nineteen days
with the aid of one stenographer,
measured approximately 38.000 words.
Much of Sequoyah's length, at will
Ih the case with Oklahoma, was due
to defining county bounilarlos raid
Judicial system! and otherwise tier-
ftctlng a basis of government.
Oklahoma encounters conditions
which coufitmted no other territory.
In the double union. Indian Territory
tmi,trfltnir no Kemlilnnco of an or
ganized government, must be built
"from tho ground up." which c t no- j
cesslty will make Its constitution ot
greater length than had the ten Iter- j
lal government and organisation of ;
Oklahoma covered the tntlio ore. I
Aside fiom this the chief cause o!
lengthy constitutions irises (rom tho .
jgenernl deposition to legislate there- (
In. Authorities ascrluc two reasons
"tlie growing complexity of 'iiodere
life and the rise of many now Inter
ests which scorn to demand atten
tion," nnd the genu:al distrust in
legislatures not cairylng '.it tho In
tentions ot tho cmrdltiitlin lunkors.
Tlio former reason is particularly truo
Tho convention hero has already
adopted tho po!lc of "boiling down"
whenever tho opportunity offers nnd
of rejecting whole provisions when
they aro found to loflect somo soc
ial Idea not general In application.
Ily using the "blue pencil" to reduce
the verbosity the convention saves
labor for lt committee on lyle, com
pilation, revision and arrangement.
To this committee nil provisions
ndopted go for editing as to stylo of
wording and for systematic arrange
ment In the final document. It is
charged with tlie dutv of e'lmlnntlng
all iinnecessafy language, without,
however, changing tho I'Tccl. Fre
quently a provision rends "not to bo
In conflict with tho federal coiwtl-
this remedy has no effect on tlio othor
organs, except to drive out tho uric
poison that interrupts their action.
It cures tho kidneys and thus ends tho
cause ot disease. Hlch, puro blood
and lasting health result.
Doan's Kldnoy Tills nro recommend
ed by your own townspeople.
A. M. Cox, drayman, living between
1, and K streets, on Sixth avenue, N.
W., Ardmore, I. says: "Soveral
months ago I had a feeling that my
kidneys were not acting properly nnd
although not troubled very much I be
lieved I needed a remedy to put those
organs In a healthy condition, boforo
the trouble got a firm hold on me. 1
noticed that the secretions from my
kidneys acted Irregularly, woro at
tlmos scanty and highly colored and
too frequent. I went to W. II. Frame's
drug store nnd got a lox of Doan's
judnoy I'llls. Tho u.io of this romody
relieved me tho llrst night and soon
brought tli,. kidneys back to their nor
mal condition Doan's Kidney fills nro
worthy of n trial by all In need of a
backache or kldnoy medlclno."
Can always lie
depended on. We
guarantee tlicir absolute pufi'V'
The rich aromatic flavors ate
all ietfeclly retained in our
hermetically scaled packages.
Ever thing tinder the White
Swan Brand ii m pmc nnd as
good as it ii H.-illc to buy.
If your grocer does not keep
White Swan, send us hii name
WAPLES - PLATTER
Dexscn Ft. Wonh Dillai
i iii Inn ' which nhi.i-.i- i wIimI u
p rriuim-, a-, thcie can Willi siireu
be mu lung in In- nklaliomi constitu
tion which would ii" irri,i I in Mu
tation wlili tbu of llio fi ill i i! m , . - n
ment. The general lailroad and cornua
Hon section will pel hups be some
what wordy, with the dealt to em
body ever) good provision known In
other slat cm. This differs somewhat
from the ordinary department of gov
ernment which "tho legislature Is
authorised to create'' In that there are
many phases of tho subject to deal
with. There Is now before the rail
road committee all tho laws of Tex
as looking to control of transortntlou
Hues, and dcllnlng their relations as
common carrion In tho public. Just
what propel Hon of this will final Its
way Into tho constitution Is dllllcult
to say, but tho subject fully treated
In nil Its forms has been promised.
Tho corporations, domestic mid for
eign, n subject of much public atten
tion hero of late, will receive their
Hharo of spneo along with tho rail
roads. Tho preamble and tho nit
Ihoiity to organize n statu militia
will bo about tho shortest decrees.
Tlio bill of rights will contain be
tween thirty-live and forty sections
No complaint is to bo attached to
the convention for having outlived
the government's per diem period of
two months. It would not have re
quired inre discerning powers to
know that ulxty days was it short
time to produce u document ot ma
teilal and length such ag Is llio rule
The convention which dialled the
piosent Texas constitution wits in
session nlnety-ono days, Tho Missou
ri convention of the ttunio your 1875)
and of which .lodge Mnxoy the mem
ber here from Shawnee, was also a
member, consumed ninety days, and
Illinois' wns of tho sanio duration.
Tlio Virginia convention of 1U02 was
In session over u year, and the last
New York convention required nlno
montli;-! to complete Its work. I'tnli,
Woming nnd North Dakota each con
sumed about fifty days. When the
Oklahoma convention adjourns li will
havo been In session about ninety
Tlitu nllmant Is nuiinltv nniiliHl liv
rheumatism of tlio muscles and may
no cured ny applying uiiainneriaiii
Kiln Italtn Iwii or three times a duv
fiml iiilililiiu tho narts vluorouslv at
each application. If this does not af
ford roller, bind on n piece ot ttannel
slightly dampened with l'alu Halm,
nnd ipilck relief is almost mire to fol
low. For salo by F. .1. Itamsoy, W. H.
Frame, Ardmoro Drug Co., llennor A:
For prompt sanitary service of any
kind, phone G10. '-'2-lm
From and after this dale all Bank
ruptcy notices will be charged at the
legal rate and payment Is required
In advance or else some responsible
individual must assume personal re
sponsibility for the payment.
ARDMOREITE PUB. CO.
January 17, 1907.
I "Plne-ulcs" (non-alcoholic) made
1 rom resin from our plno forests, used
for hundreds of iara for binder and
kii'ncy disease1! Medlclno for thirty
days. $ 1 00. (iiianiuiccd jo give sat
Isfactlon or money rtfunded (let our
ruarc-iieo coupon from City Durg
J. A. niVENB, Ereldnt
DON LACY, Vlti, President
Tlio City Nati
ARDMOftE, INDIAN TERRITORY
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Is that more of tho Piro In.surn.ncc companies
will full boforo tlio losses nro nil settled.
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Cannon y o enn rest assured that the company
insuring you will not bo ono of them that fall.
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fjet everything rjond to eat under one
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never try to substitute; where they sell so
fast that groceries are always fresh. Four
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Everything in housuturnishings from a ttn spoon to a
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Everybody lias a special invitation to come in ovory
day (oxcept Sunday) and compaie prices whether you buy
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Everyone remember tho place is over at
122 Main Street.
l'. S. Nice lino of Wnll Paper in stock at prices to pi
,Reed ell the Meitisemts
A. H. PALMER, Cashlsr
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