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Ardmore Tuevlay, May 31, 1910
THE DAlCY ARDMOREITE
CRUCE WILL CARRY
POPULAR GOVERNMENT AND ELECTION
I HAYS HAIR HEALTH
RESTORE GRAY HAIR
TO ITS NATURAL
COLOR and BEAUTY.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE
CutthUodv -tit snJ mill with your
rvftmr nJ mMm. atil 19 crntn to
I'M It. II AY SI'KC IALTIKS CO
it intJn M N(wlk, N J ,U S A
CARTER COUNTY CANDIDATE
STATES HIS POSITION ON ALL
.(nop- I'll 11 in t
v T N
FORMER FIANCE OF
DR, COOK INSANE
stranGE TRAGEDY MARKS LIFE
OF NOBLE WOMAN WHO LOVED
n oma. Wash . May 30. An aged
voru.iii sent to the Stellnooom In
i ire II -tpltitl last week was a !r
nt: noblewoman. 1'rau Augusta
ihlehuowaskl. Uu yearn ago lie-t-othed
to Dr. Frederic A. Cook.
;ien a physician In Hrooklyn.
innnc her trwisiwd effect In IiU
Vtctur Inscribed In iuh own hand
writing. "Ksilllifully yours. Frederick
cook. M. I. Doceuib?r 1". I!W."
Tlio career of tbe wunan K one
if straw ami varied tragedy. From
liiiteuth. where she was born, to
the home of hor brother. Ilerr Wil
liam Endcrs. In Hroklyn, where she
jiii-t Dr. Cook, to Nome ami Council.
Alaska, where slh sought fortune,
mill finally f uml penury In a little
tent near Alka'l IHiiitt. where during
Hie night her intr.il gave way. and
him became .1 raving maniac.
She married u IVillsh nobleman.
Whose name she hears, ller effects,
include a letter from Hans Chris
tians, the actor; relics of Richard
"Wagner, her friend, given her by
Trim Warner, and a sliver chain pre
sented bur by Emoror Wilholm.
When she visited ll.ilreiltb. Among
her friends were Hcrgstullcr ;liid
She lost everything
lug one 'winter In
:i Council. From
Wjigtmr, Oklu.. May 30- The court
house was Jammed to the utmost
lMt Saturday night to hmir I.ee
Ciuce speak, and many were turned
away. It was the largeM political
gathering in Witnoiiur county In ;v
it.i1 yeirs. "Any limn who will n t
define ills N)Sttlotl on nil pollthul
Issues in tint primary, l (Welting
tin- iieoplc, and a man who deceive
them then will desert" th-tn if elect
t uovenior." said Mr. ("nice, am'
otnndlnK square on this Mtatemetit. ,
he Invited the vuit nlldlemc to .ink
' Mm his position on aim Inlely anv
qticittlon now at Iwne. Mr. ('ru e
: declared himself nlnohitely and tin
j (jnhoi ally for the grnndfnthcr-clnuse
i ami cheer after cheer swept the
Tluit Mr. MoNeal mid other repub
Itntn candidates ure Intentionally
inlsleadlnK the people In declaring
that the democratic admlnlstntiioit
Is an extrnvagsnt one was m st em
phutleally suited by Mr. ru- He
showed that the federal goveriunc'it
turned over $!U7,ort() In cash and a '
debt of ft.SS.s.Uflu. Ills exposition and
defense of the democratlo parly va
declared 'by all present to be one of
the greatest speeches over heard In '
Wagoner. Segregated co.il land. con
vict lab-r. prohf!)ltlon. railroad
omomlmeuts. were nil discussed.
'Mr. Crnce was entertained at lunch
at the residence of Hon. T. C. liar
rill, state commltteema:i, and the
Young .Men's Democratic club lunch
eil with Mr. ('nice In the evening
a dinner, attended by prominent dem
ocrats, was given. It Is conceded that
he will carry Wagoner county. Other
candidates who spoke at the con
clusion of Mr. Cniee's speech were:
V. I', (illmer. caudldatt! f.:r state
auditor; Clint (raham, candidate for
attorney general; Senator Strain,
for corporation commissioner, and
Senator Taylor, for clerk of the su
SENATORS BY DIRECT VOTE OF PEOPLE
ABSTRACTS OF REMARKS OF SENATOR OWEN OF OKLAHOMA ON
THE ELECTION OF SENATORS DY DIRE13T VOTE OF THE PEO
PLE AND THE NECESSITY FOR RESTORING THE RULE OF THE
Free Remedy For
There are two forms of bodily
cIc.-mlincM, the external and the in
ternal. The one is for your pride in
yourself; the other for your life and
health. Both arc important, but of .
vastly more importance in the long
run is the internal cleanliness.
This U nne tlnt that nil should wstch
nliout tliflr txxty the clcanllnuxii of the
bow-Flu. Keep them clean and trvn trim
obstructions. To do thin jnii mutt !uiv
nnn or two mov. -urnt of itu- liowcls
each twenty-four l.otir. If ymir symem
dooe. not do tills nnltirnlly. In thn procru
of ratine and drlnklni;. then you must
obtain nfd of oomo kind. After llmlln
nut tliM rnthnrtlis, nalts nnd surh IIiIuks
relieve vnti f a day. but bind you up
nr tbnn tho next day. then try a
simpler nml iimro nnttiml retneily llku
lr Cnlduell'n Hvrup IVpsln.
Hor the xkeptlont the liest wav to be
cln Is to send your name, and address to
Dr. Caldwell for n free numplu txittln.
I,'.e It as directed and If It convinces
ou that a brief continuance of its ue
will relievo you permanently thai It will
train the Momach and bowel muscles to
ncsln work naturally at certain hours
then tmv It of your drupelst at tlfty
cents nnd one dollar a bottle. Just ns so
many others are ilolnc. They tie-in with
a iiample tottle. then tiouebt a tlfty cent
bottle, and now, fully convinced of Its
merits, thev buy the one dolls.r family
slie All -!ie members of the family can
use It Mown to th. verv ntini;est
A tirlef ue of this Rrand laxative tonic
will cure constipation In Its worst form.
tnillccMlon, liver trouble lek headache,
sour Ptnmaeh nnd nueti ailments and keep
you In continuous (rood health at n verv
small cost Sueh Is the experience of
many families like that of Mrs. Oscar
Fleener. t'nlonvllle. Ind . J V n.inlel
flnron. Tex nnd hundreds of others that
Dr. Caldwell nersonallv will be rdeased 1 slates bail exprinwed thuiusotves 111
to Klve ymt any tnedl.nl advice vmi may ,, ltjrll, or another favorably to the
de.slre for vnurself or famllv liertiilitltisT In ,
ntnmnen. nver or tMiwels nlxolutelv election I Atmuiors uy uirui'i voiu,
Senator Owen of Oklahoma, In his t Itnte In the campaign of a United
speech before, the senate on May 30, States sunaloi.
l'.MU, points out the followliiK ruas.
tins lor the direct election of senators.
(lj To nmko the suiiatu more res
polish e to tho will of the people. 12)
.o pi event corrupt '"n and disturbance
o; legislatures; (3) to present dead
oiks nt legislature, anil (4) to pop
ularize t;ov eminent, and .") to In
crease the confidence of the peoplo In
Mr. Owen pointed tint that the house
of representatives hai lour times
pusxed a proposed amendment to the
constitution lor the election of s-etia-tors
tint! the senate had alwav-h de
lit I'O ntetl out thai tnirty-.slx of the
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Baby's coming will be a timo of rejoicing, and not of ap
prehension nnd fear, If Mother's rriend Is used by tho expec
tant mother In preparation of tho ovent. This Is not a medi
cine to bo tnken internally, but a liniment to bo applied to tho
body, to assist naturo in the necessary physical changes of the system. Moth
cr's Trlcnd Is composed of oils and medicines which prcparo the muscles and
tendons for tho unusual strain, render tho ligaments nupplo and clastic, aids in
tho expanding of the skin nnd flesh ilbrcs, and strengthens all tho membranes
and tissues. It lessens tho pain and nangcr at me crisis, anu assures tuturc
hoalth to tho mother. Mother's Friend Is sold at drug stores. Write for our
frco book, containing valuablo Information for expectant motncr3.
free of ehnrire Kxtilnlu votir enae In
letter and lie will retdy to you In det.ill.
For the ftee sample xltiiplv B.'nd vour
name and mldress on u jiostal card or
otherwise Kor either reiuet tlie doctor's
nddreK Is Dr. W It Cnldvell, It ill Cald
well building. Montlcello, 111.
FOR OKLAHOMA CITY
REPRESENTATIVE MORGAN PRE
SENTS CLAIM TO TREASURY
at Nome. Ilv-
a deserted cabin
Alaska she was
ttlveu p.msaKc to l.o-t Alleles, He
tunilnK t-orth she found refiiKe In
a tent at Alkali lNilnt. letween Ta
cciua and .Seattle.
Chamberlain's Stomach and 1.1 vol
T.ihteta will clear tlie sour stomach,
.iweeteu the breath and create a
lirulthy appetite, They promote the
f iw of gastric Juice, thertdiy Inducing
c Hid digestion Sold by all iloiilers.
Never hesltnte uboui Kivlnt; Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy to children.
It contains no opium or other nar
cotics and can be given with Im
plicit conlldenco. As a tpiluk cure for
coughs and colds to which children
are susceptible, It is unsurpassed.
Soltl by all dealers.
OIL REFINERY FOR TULSA.
Texas Oil Company Increases Capital
to Extend Business.
iiovt K the time to plnn It
Ideul places to spend It
Is llu best vvny there
Drop nu- .1 postal toJuy- for our
beautiful booth't.s on Colormio
tlalvesion. Texas, May "0 The
sloekholtlerw of (ho Texas Oil Com
pany oled an Increase .f JIS.ooo,
Don In the capital stock of the com
pany, making it $::i,0ui).0i)0. An
nouncement Is liiilde that the In
creased capital will be used In tho
building of three big refineries, one
;it Tulsa, Okkt., another near the
oil fields In east Texas, and a thinl
i ear Corslcana. Texas, which will
make six refineries owned by this
tompany. the other three beinc In
filled at West Dallas, l'oit Arthur
and l'oit N'eiHVH, Texas. To satisfy
the state fflclals that the company
1 1 not violating any of the antl tnut
Washington, D. C. May ::u.--Uepre-Kentatlve
Morgan today presented to
the treasury department the clulnw
of Oklahoma City to the headtiai
ters of the Oklahoma revenue, col
lection district shortly to be created.
Representatives Mcdulre and Creager
are each pushing the claims of f tit li
rle and Muskogee, anil a merry war
Is being waged aincng republicans
as a lesult. The Woodward con
gressman proposes to carry the fight
to the white hoil'o this Week.
He Informed Secretary Norton to
day that he uw no reason why
either Cinthrle cr Muskogee should
be designated for all the federal of
fices in the state, especially In view
of their Inaccessibility,, Oklahoma
City, he declared, aside from being
the most centrally located of the
cities, has the advantage of having
more trunk Hues than Its competit
ors ami therefore a more convenient
locatii.n to the state ut large. The
fact that Oklahoma City is tho ine
troMills of Oklahoma and larger than
its oppouenlH combined was also em
phasized by lilm.
There Is reason to believe that
an agrccMiieiit will shortly be reach
ed whereby Mdiiilre In the end 'Will
throw his support to Muskogee In
order to placate Representative Crea
ger, wiio is still angry because he
Him not consulted before Mcliitlre
endorsed Spencer lllael.iiurii, a Tulsa
man, tor the coliectorshlp. Tulsa Is
Mr. Creager'n district, ami for
' either by resolutions addressed
icongiess or by direct primary nomina
tions or voluntary party primaries, to
Alabama, Arkansas. California, Col
oiado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illliiuii;.
i lit i ana. Iowa, Kansas, Kciittwk.t.j
Louisiana, .Michigan, .Mlnnesolt, Ml-'
slssippl, .Missouri, Molilalia, Nolans-1
I ka, Nevada, New Jersey, North Can)-!
Una, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma
Oregon. Pennsylvania, South Dakota,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, l
I tail. Virginia. Wash ngton, Wlscon I
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1 '. , . , .i i .were absorbing every business oppor
He pointed out similar action along' ,. ,
this line In some of the remaining
Ho tpioted the party platform of
the duniocnitle party, of the Independ
ent party, of the prohibition party, of
the New York democratic league, all
demanding direct election of senators.
lit; pointed out the resolutions of
the Ameilcau Federation of Uibor, of
the National Grange, the Society of
.. . .... .... , .f-iii. mi-i .in- nuiiiui-r in in? c
htiulty. of the I armers Ideational , rnlltnMv,
Cooperative Union, embracing ovorl,.,,,. ... ,. . , ,.
The right of recall, by which any
public officer limy bo recalled from
office by his electors on petition by
Tho senator declared that the secret
alliances between machine politics
and special Interest was operating toj
corrupt both parties in some states nnd
tho majority party In very many ofj
thn States, that those sinister In
finances caused tho raising of the tar I
Prevented tho control of monopoly,
Prevented the lowering of prices;
Prevented the control of railway
Prevented the publicity of campaign
Piovented a thoroiiih-golng corrup
tion practices act;
Prevented the control of gambling
In agricultural products;
Prevented the control of ovcroapl
tallzatlon of corporations;
Prevented the physical vnluatlon of
railways as n basis for honest freight
and passenger rates;
Prevented a parcels post;
Prevented a national development of
Prevented the syste.n.i'lc .1-veloii
nient of our national water wnys. I
Prevented the equality of opportiin-,
Ity to the young men of the t'nltod i
S?ttt.ti nti.l tint -ill iiliiii.i'tiitilt v In th.il
hands of the gigantic monopolies which
THE BRADFIELD CO., ATLANTA, GA.
laus, au official Investigation elunved in
that Hie Texas eoiupany is absolutely some time has been In open revolt
Independent of the Standard, and against the Muskogee congressman,
tint it is the greatest competitor the j An Initial appropriation of $I.V),0m
Standard has. lis trade is crowding I has been incorporated in the logls
tlic Standard In Franco. Germany and j lutlvo and executive judicial appro
Itelgiiitn. as well as In America. Thelpiiatlon bill for the nron.-sed district.
ioinp.in iHtuicd u statement todav
to the effect that It would never cen
older any proposition to Join the
Staudaiil upon any terms.
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(iiiWrtiiil. I mi,
A Man Wants to Die
when a buy liver and ulugglih . i.i
Stop at the
when m KIN't.tJTON. OK.
Hest Hotel on l' nsto K, K.
'bowels i aitne fill.-lit fnl iliiniwiiulntipi-
illut ir KingH New l.tfu PHIr o)il iHntvl.-t.
I poison rioin the system; bring hope inlniitlon
I and courage; cure all I.ivor. Stomach ,.ar .f
anu iviiiuey i mimics: impart ncaitn
ami vUiii to tlit weak, nervous and
lullliiK. 25c at Ardmore Pharmacy. a fitmiii
The bill Is now In enferonce and
should be on the statute books be
fore many days elapse. Once passed.
, President raft will Imsuo the neces-
nr proclamation creating the dis
trict. The pioclamatlon will also
the headquarters for the dldates so nominated by each party.
l'.'.nuO.OUti adult workers, and repre
senting nearly halt of the people of
the United States. The senator sub-1
milled the resolution? passel bv-i
twenty-nine states, addressed to con
gress, asking for this action, j
The senator said: "Mr. President, i
the greatest of aM Issues, not only 111;
the Culled States, but throughout the
civilized world, Is the issue of the gov
eminent of the people against govern
ment by tho few through machine
The vital question Is, Shall the peo
ple rule? Shall they control tho
mechanism of party government;
shall they have the direct power to
nominate, to legislate, to veto, free
from corruption, Intimidation of force?
Tho senator declared that tho
speech of Honorable Jonathan Hounic,
Jr., of Oregon, of .May T, PJin, was the
most valuable speech ever delivered
in congiess on the art of good gov
ernment, of which the eight essential
Tht! Austtalian Ballot, lo abate In
timidation and bribery
The registration law, to prevent Un
voting of deatl men, repeaters and
The Initiative and Hefuieuilum, by
which the people cam Inlt'ate anil
enact law they want and veto any
statute they do not want.
The law of publicity pamphlets, giv
ing each voter at state expense au
thoritative argument for and against
any party candidate, authoritative ar
gument for and against any party
The direct primary law, by which
party members may nominate their
own candidates and under which the
whole people may choose between can
tunlty In every line of enterprise.
The senator said If the people ruled
why don't they get what they want?
Tho peoplo want all of these things
and do not get any of them.
He said; "The people are safe and
"The people nre conservative and
"The people are honest and Intelli
gent; tney are worthier to bo con
Tho people would not deprive any
hotly of a Just right, but If they really
had the power thoy would vote men
into office vvho would pass uml exe
cute laws to control monopoly, re
qulio reasonable freight rates, reason,
able passenger rates, reasonable ex
press, telegraph and telephone rates
who would put an end to corrupt pol
Itlcs, to ambling in agricultural pro.
iliicts, in gambling stocks nnd lxmds.
over capitalization, railway discrlmlu
atlou against Indlvl-Juals and against
communities, and procure the estab
lishment of the rights of the people.
If the people ruled the country they
would establish honest elections, nnd
the overthrow of corruption, intlmldn
tlon, coercion and bribery.
If tho people ruled tho country they
would vote for International peace anu
put an end to the wasteful expeudl
I turo of money In preparations for war
and would prevent tho recurrene of
i future war.
, If the people could express them
j selves they would Immediately vote
j for good to.tIs, Improved water-ways,
. whole-tain education, Improved coutll-
Hons of labor, Improved protection of
the public health, 1owor prices, reas
onable control of n'l public utility cor
porations. Tho senntor submitted a simple code
of laws looking to the restoration of
the people's rulo In tho United States
based upon the Oregon system vvhkii
has become a demonstrated success.
The senator declared tho Oregon
system was not a thory, It was a won
derful triumph of good government
and set an example to the world.
to reach the presidential
iv It Is too late
! The eagle Is a noble bird,
(Old hen foiitrihutou more to
lure of the human race.
John D Rockefeller would go broke
If he should spend his entire Income
tii'nic to prepare a bolter medicine
t!in Chambci lain' Colic, ('ht)lern
nnd Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea.
dwn'ery or bowel complaints
sui plv tn;H'4sib'e, a'
one that ha- used
so savs every
Sold by .ul
I' III .W ttllt.
Warmed into life by the sun shining
on Southern Cotton Field, nurtured by
rain nnd dew. the Cotton plant concen
trates in its seed that life-giving; ami
nie-.usinininn quality vvtiun h me txisis l,.ibutions. distribution
oi v.oiu)n iir tvni u'lid" jinn to Kiitncn,
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iiiiili.ili ii.iiiii ill ill tuitvil 11IC I'll lll'lll , a ....... I .
winch Cottolcne i, u.le. It is a pruluct H"'hla'Iou. or coercion or voters, bet
of nature. Urd come from the f.tt of the 1 ting on election, attomptliig to vote
hog often impute, always iiidigotible. In the name o( anv other person, llv
Cottolrue, on the contrary, is made ,n(; m,.l(1) or uct,lim(( lvml p,ovidlllg
I' l the juice of cliouvst fruit is iiot more complete publicity of campaign expen
Statement No. 1. by which a camll
tlate for the legislature pledges him
self to the people of Oregon to elect
the people's choice for senator without
itvsard to his individual preference.
The corrupt practices act, forbid
ding elect'on rascalities of any kind,
such ns promises of appointment, so
licitation of oxpeuses.of campaign Con
letters, sale of editorial support. In-
Tlie reason men don't understand
women is because no woman ever
tries to make herself plain.
A touch of rheumatism, or a twlnr-t-of
neuralgia, whatever the trouble I
Chamberlain's Liniment drives away
tho pain at once and cures tho com
plaint q.ilekly. First application .
Slves relief. Sold by all dealers.
mire or e.istlv ilieested than tli! nrodiict Res and strlitlv limiting the use of Sometimes It Is difficult to draw the!
of the oil oxpre' d from the kernel of money by cindldn't" or In their Inter line between a kleptomaniac an! a'
the cotton M'od. t,st ,,w i,0iI1(. thc maximum expen souvenir collector
Af 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 Heinz's
57 varieties of pickles and preserves.
Our facilities for furnishing
For light, power and heat are unexcelled by any city
in the state.
We also endeavor to employ gentlemanly drivers
supply your wants for
PURE DISTILLED WATER ICE
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, Lighf & Power Company
In real estate. Thero in no safer
investment on enrth, in fact it is
tho earth. (Jet a piece of it.
Wo havo on our list some of the
best bargains that havo boon of
fered in Ardmore.
Here nre some of them: 3 houses
nnd lots close in for 11,800. An
untiro block closo In on Main St.,
with It Rood houses, and all mod
ern conveniences. You will be
surprised to 11 nil how cheap this
property can bo had. Some of tho
nest uusinosB property 011 main
street at bargains.
Wo will loan you monoy on bothjclty property andiarnilnnd8;'nt
the most reasonable rate of interest.
W. S. SMITH
A Regular Tom Boy
was Susie climbing trees and fences. 1
Jumping ditches, whltllng, always get
ting scratches, cuts, sprains, bruises,
bumps, burns or ocalds. Hut laws! Her
mother just applied Ducklen's Arnica
Salvo and cured hor quick. Heals every,
thing healable 'llolls. Ulcers, Kc.ouia, ;
Old Sores, Corns or Plies. Try it. .
! 25c nt Ardmoro Pharmacy.
We Don't Mind the Owner
watching us while wo are doing a
job of plumbing for him. Wo do hon
est work all tho time and it makes
no difference who looks on or who
tloe-n't. Wo shall bo Kind to figure
rn your next job. If we Ret it you
hihI wo will both be pleased.
SAMUEL A WEEKS
M SOUTH WASHINOTONSST.
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF BASE BALL GOODS
BALLS, BATS, GLOVES, ETC.
WE HANDLK SCHOOL HOOKS AND STATlONHItV. OFFICK A NO
TYPBWiirrrai suppi.if.s, glass, paints and wall paper.
CITY BOOK STORE
FRAME 4. CRINER
LOOK AT AND PRICE OUR GOODS
Here are some of our specialties: Vudor porch shades, all slr.es; Herriek refrigerators, the host made; water illtors, all slzet, tho kind
that saves doctor's bills; Case Hros. Cutlery, hand made uml guaranteed; elastlo felt mattresses, tho botj sanitary iron beds, II 50 to
2S.OO; art squares, Frego freezers, ro carts, mattitiK and window shudt a, Ironlnp furniuiees, charcoal. Fiirtion uns stoves, .ephyr
enameled ware, best anil prettiest We stdl, rent, repair and ttxehnnge new household goods for any old tiling; soil goods at ensli prions on easy payments. Deliver goods all over city. Our houao Is too lull and for thirty ilajs
we will knoek the black out of prices. Ask about our llaimony Clraphophbne that we give with a J25 cash purchase. Wo hove no routs to pay and can sell you cheaper. No harm to pr 00 our goods. Remember tlio Pjnce. fj U H Al.l.
only liiroo hhort blocks up Caddo St. flood sidewalks all the way and plenty of hitching posts. We crate und ship household goods. Everything from a dish rag to a parlor sulto. Phono.Uld. 'Ihe big newand second hand outfitter A,m-i-i