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Ardmore, Wednesday, July 11, 1908.
TWO THE DAILY AflDMOREITE. SPECIAL OFFER ON OLD SUBSCRIBERS i NEWSPAPER CHAFF. M balr cut?- askfd Mr fuller i alil Hip stor t Hit. Thank .lan. s Hamilton I-ls m watting f,P,Ven. " KIJ tit chlf vitlre, thn o a downtown comer the othsr tUy woa t hsv.j to." Kmi3s City Star, for cab. When he billed one,' Ui j . cibman tfrore np In a singularly y.n-1 Mr. 8. T. Ilorer. the cooking ex- intFreatea way ana sioppea. i jffsap- pert, ps'ism in me mnisi oi a lecuire ed Into bis cab." saM Mr. Lewte, "sad on game to smile ami any: First and Last Special Offer on Old Subscriptions Begins Tomorrow and Lasts One WeeK Now Is the Time to MaKe Old Subscriptions Count. As wo Imto net yet bad a special offer on ranewal of M wbtertpttewa wo hare dWd to pat one tm lr mm. cck only. bea1nnlg Thursday mwtb Jnr ii ml otortmt Wdneaday. the Mrd. at 10 p. m. After Ut date tlw old ulioriitloM wll count the same as heretofore, as this la positively the last offer to be made on old subscrip tions. of mbocrtptloas. This Is abso lute and do variation will bo- made from this rale. 4. Candidates ami others tondlng In subscriptions should stato plainly whether old or new, whothor paper n to be delivered by carrier or by mall and whether votes aro to bo polled or returned to tbe subscriber. 5. Votes arc not transferable and Two six months subscriptions If ! If a candidate drojw out of the race ent In toaetlter will count for on yoar. but If broufttit separately will not be connted In this offer. Xotklrnc Hmallnr than six months' subscriptions will count to ma a year. .Vow Is the time to make old subscriptions count. The followln Is tho new list to Ik; allowed until Wednesday, July 18, at 10 10 p. m.: Votes One year old subscription 1,100 Five years old subscription 15,000 Ten years old subscription JS.000 AVhelhor the Ardmorelto makeit a cent out of tills scheme or nut It Is KolnR to she away this flue f 100.00 piano to one younK lady and send five olhura to Colorado Just the same. TranHKirtntlon troth ways, l'tiHman Pal ace tdeeperx and first-class hotel ac commodations for one week are In cluded In the offer. All expenses of tho Colorado trip will be borne by the Ardmorulte. Not one detail has Imen overlooked In connection with these trips which could be of any itosstblo pleasure or convenience to the fuc cotwful ones. Those who win will win on popularity, nd that alone. Candlcntes should put In their best efforts now. (o anion your friends, tell them you are working for the due piano or n free trip Klven by the Am morolto, and havo them take one or 'n.iro yunr.t imbscr!,pt)o!i for ywu. Thoy will not mlas the money and It will not be spent foolishly for the value of overy cent paid on subscrip tion will be returned In the news of tho world. It will prore a goad luvest jiient and one that will never be re gretted, (let your friends In other townn to work for you, as you may se cure votes from nny place. Such prlies as those that the Ard morolto U kIvIiib away to the uicwst popular youiiK lady aro certainly worth workliiK for. Make up your mind rlsht now that vott r KoIjik to ho nmunrf the lucky oneH nnd htrlvo to attain that and. You on do it If you try. IWt wait till the Inst minute, but start rlnltt In now. If your namo Ih already on tho list, nnd you liavo not done much us yet, lionin now. You will never regret the efforts you make and you will ho very glad on tho last day for what you have ac complished. With every subscription to the Ard--morolto (paid In advance) a coiiMin Kood for a certain number of votes Ih rIvoii. The number of votes depenus iiK)ti tho leiujtli of the sulMcrliitlon. This Ib explained elsewhere. These roupsntt may he held at loll as de- Klrod, and voted at any lime up to tho last day of the race. Juit Two Weeks, from uoxl Saturday at 10 o'clock, will murk the oUm of thin annul contest. Now Ih the lime to vet In all your promlHod votes, as lost time can never bo recalled. The prises are certainly worth makluK a areat effort for. The trips, twholnndilp and watches arc prlaes auuh as nutst others could not not possibly afford to she. Tho following; is the count for to' day: There aonm to be soma mlsunder. Mnndluc us to the distinction between old and new mtliscriliers; an old stfu ucrlber Is one who Is or was taklmt the Ardmorulte ut the time tho con tost boKiui, July I. A new subscriber in one that was not tiiklni? the l mi pel at the time the contest began, regard less na to whether the party hud onco lxH-n a HubDorlber or not. One point to ha remembered: Parties IiiivIuk taken tho paper for short IciikUik of time tnco tho contest him been In opera tlon nnd wnntltiR to renew again In -order to secure votes, will come under tho head of a now Hulmcrllior, ontl Mine them to tho usual number of utcs Uicreon. she cannot give her votos to tnothor. 6. The only way to secure votes Is by subscribing for the Ard morel te or clipping tho coupons out of the psper. Votes cannot be purchased. Evory cent must repreaont a subscription. 7. Coupons polled after tho expira tion of the date printed on each one will not be counted under any condi tion. When paying your tubtcrlptlon be sure to atk for votes, ns votes will positively not bo Issued upon receipts. Division of Districts. District No. 1 Includes that part of Ardmoro north of Main street. District No. : Includes that part of Ardmoro south of Main street District No. 3 Includes Marietta, Ry an and all of recording dlsthrlcts 20, 1 and IC, with tho oxceptlon of Ard moro proper and all towns north of Ardmore on the C. C. t S. F. Ry. District No. 1 Includos Pauls Valley, Chlckasha and all of recording dis tricts 17, IS and 19, and all towns north of Ardmore on the O. C. &. 8. F. Ry. District No. 5 Includos Ada, Tisho mingo, Atoka, Durant and all of re cording districts 1C, 22, 23 and 25. Rules and Regulations. 1. Cash must accompany all orders for subscriptions. 2. Porsoa8 paying for tho Ardmore lto beforo Juno 1th, aro not entitled -to votes In this contest. 3. When votos aro doslred thoy should bo asked for at tho tlmo of paylnc subscriptions. Votes will not he Issued upon receipts for payments told him to drive over to the Crim inal court building, lie started off at a pretty lively gait and reckleaaly cnt across right In front of an elec tric car going at full speed. It came near catching ua, and I called to tbe fellow, O. my rood man,' 1 sold, 'that won't do at all. jron know. You moat be morn careful. I might be Killed.' 'Aw.' he sold 'what of It? If you're mn aver by a street car and killed. you Ket two columns In the newspa pers, but If you Just die. you don't get aothla.' " Chleaao Ilteord Her ald. 'I don't suppose." said a I una tor In a cloakroom aymptartnm, "that the president meant to be o severe on Senator Iteverhlae as he was In his letter to Wadaworth." "No." said another. "I sippos not It reminds me of a case I heard when I was a Judge a good many yours aao. A man was brought In charged with hitting hta wife with a chair. The proof showed that he bit hor m hard he broke the chair. " 'You arc charted with breaking a chair over your wife's head,' I salu. "It wan an accident, I aaeuru you, your honor,' he replied. 'Do you mean to sy you didn't In tend to hit her?" I ashod. "Not that,' he said, 'but I dldn t Intend to break the chair.'" New York World. John Wesley Gaines, the voluble congressman from TennoMiee, has long gray hair. So has Chief Justice Fuller of the Supreme Court. Home body hailed Gaines as the chief Jus tice a few days ago and the chief ustlce heard of It. "Did Galnea f.-t Considerable excitement was arous ed when Mlsv Hoy Mullen, the daugh ter and sister of the prominent real estae Arm of Mullen k Mullen of this city, cast over "5,000 votes, therehy entltllng her to the honored position of loader In the Ardmorelto's $1,600 contest. Miss Mullenl s receiving the support of not only the citizen of Ard more but from all over the Indian Ter ritory who demand that their favorite be recogulxod. Miss Mullen Is llkod universally, being charming In man ner, graceful In figure and endowed with woman's greatest charm, that form of modesty that retire rather than advances. This Is not the first time the Mullens have shown what they could do In contents and other projects of this charauter and tho general belief Is she Is detained to be a very opular candidate. Watch the Honor Roll. Miss !"! Mullen 201177 MImm Virgin Akers 100S2 Miss Tlmdle James 1'Jl'Rf, Miss Hattle Hunter 179M Miss Minnie Hardy 1&I71 NORTH OF MAIN STREET. District No. 1. Ploy Mullen 01177 Mlllau McNcom 13011 Pay Heaves 1163 Ilea Wolvertnn 105S7 Pearl l'raloy 10121 lilies Corlew '.! I Pearl Prnley SOU Annie Huuiiott 7C10 Kay Ilurnltt 7218 Uvlua Wood S9S7 "And that reminds me of a young Engliah girl I used to know. She got married latt year In I .on don. and had only betn keeping house a week or two when a couiln In the country sent her a brace of phoasants. "Some people like to 'hang' phoas ants or keep them a week or two. letting them get 'high,' on the ground that the flesh Is tough and stringy. Tho cook knew this, but her young mistress knew nothing, osltlvely nothlng of cooking. "'Pleas ma'am, said the cok, when the tmoamnta arrived, 'do you like the birds 'IghT " The bird's eye?- said the mistress. pmtaled. " 'What I menu, mum,' tho cook ex plained, "is that some folks llke their birds stale.' "The tall?' repeated the mistress, more puzxled than ever. "And then, In order not to appear Ignorant In the cook's eyes, she smiled brightly and raid: "Prepare the blrd.s please, with the eyes and tall both." Hxchange. The fallowing story on Tat is such a "good old Htory Mr. Thompson thlnka It can nevor be printed too of ten. When Tnft was governor general of the Philippines he cabled to Sec retary Hoot. "Rode forty mllos on horseback today; feeling fine," and Hoot entiled back: "Glad you arc feel ing fine; how Is tho horse?" Hxchange. Don't have headachos thoy are nerve-wearing, llnmsey's Headache Itllxlr will cure any kind of headache and do It quickly. No bad after effects Price 2Bc. S F J- HAMSUY, Druggist. Ardmoreite's $1,500.00 Contest ONE VOTE For Miss. District No Town Ri'.coRDiNo District No. Indian Tkriutorv Thl Mack whm proprrlr nili-1 out cnun'o ire votti for rnocg imin mmtMl acd placo l.cr In nurainitlon In tt comett. N0r GOOD AFTER JULY 19, 1906 SOUTH OF MAIN STREET. District No. 2. Thadle James 1905D Maggie Rogers Ml IS Nora HobliMHi 10101 Mildred Poster 1017 Atiella Klanlkeu 1015 Natalie Williams 001 May Sims $521 Mia Stausel 7215 District No. 3. VIrglo Akers. Woodford IO0S2 Virgin Williams, Sulphur 3S3M Maybell Johnson. Mllo 17 IM May Saline. Marietta JIM I Stella Wilkerson. Ityiin 11711 Keslc Head, Marietta 130S1 Lilly Hardy, Milt Creek 9I2 District No, 4, llatlle Hunter, Dougherty .... 17951 Lillian Collins, Davis 1CIC2 Sophia Cates, Wynnewood 1ICSI Kthul Howe. Pauls Valley Ilosa llurtou, Wynnewood , U3GG CB9I District No. 5. Minnie Hardy, Madlll ........ 1,5171 Mollie Sattcrllold, Tilt 10C1C Fatinlo Walker, Cdaigatf . .-. . 10796 1mio Ilandoll, Maunsvlllu 9S72 IIobsIo Mclaughlin, Tishomingo, .59SC THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE OF VOTES WILL PREVAIL ON SUB SCRIPTIONS IN THE ARDMOREITE'S $1,500.00 CONTEST. VOTES. New Old Ono month to Dally Ardmorolte. (mall or carrier) 100 CO Threo months to Dally Ardmorolte (mall or carrier) 100 200 Six mouths to Dally Ardmorelto (ma:i or carrier) .'. . 1,000 COO Ono year to Dally Ardmorolte (mall "r ctrrlor) 2,100 1200 One yoar to Weekly Ardmorolto( mall 300 1C0 Cash must accompany all orders for subscriptions PAYMENTS IN ARREARS, Votes will bo allowed on payments In arrears tho samo ns on payments in advance. When paying yrur subscriptions bo sure to ask for votos. The prlco of tho Ardmorelto Is as follows: Mall oi Carrier. Ono month's subscription to Dally Ardmorolte ? .CO Three months' subscription to Dally Ardmorolte 1.C0 Six mouths' subscription to Dally Ardmorelto 2.C0 One year's subscription to Dally Ardmorelto COO Ono year's subscription to Wcokly Ardmorelto 1.00 Address all communications and subscriptions to Manrgcr Contest De partment, caro ArdmoioUe, Ardmore, I. T. The olllco of tho contoflt manager Is In tho buslnoss onico of tho Ard morolto, whero ho may bo seen at any tlmo for consultation regarding mat ters concerning thla contest. If you aro Interested call and sco htm and get acquainted. Phono No. C, Office hours, 7 a. m., to 9:30 p. in. THE ICE SAVEK The Waldorf Refrigerator Coino in nnd look at our line and lot us till you of tho advantages ovor others. Genuine 'Philadelphia' Lawn Mower 'Tho tried and found worthy" ICE CREAM FREEZERS A complete lino from 2 to 20 qts. Don't Forgot Us on Your Pli'Muing and Your Tin Work. WEEKS BROS. PRACTICAL TINNERS AND PLUMBERS 209 West Main St. Tclephono No. 79 H" fOW e nentlil the me of ?V triir klnl of Ujai H to latlnfactnry lak IriK yo'j u I not b--.ia p a mlnu' when It t ames to udns tbe I.KADKfl limntl. Id f.ict itll Boo l LiucwIth InoUt on do other. Our I.nAt)l;n lirnl U niiii'.e from the bent whe.it obtAttmtde, sod I tnlllcil In the inot uppMieil rainn r a'jd poxDanci that whltencii tbt n eoud Hour MiouM. Ittnaien your bread white ucil vxery bit of It l. wliolnsomr. Wheo )ou cvt I'lour aeo to It that ..ur irrocpr Klreft you the LKADBIt brand. TYLER, SIMPSON & CO. WIIOLROAI.K 1)1.4 rKIIIVTKIlS ..WALL SCHOOL. Many Leading Colleges and Universities Accept It (IrmloatM on Certlflctte wllb-'Ot examlaatloD. Select Hchool of Hlith Orade. Individual attcntloD. rapid and thoroucb :rocrr, excellent Llbrarr firm illnelt'llfie ChrlKtlan InDuence, actlf e Y. M.C. A . do alf)onf, athletics well equipped Oj-mnailum hot and cold bath. Uood board, btqlthfui IncalK n. tjt-nd for Catalosue, S. V. WALL, Honey Grove, Tex., Box 300 A. -K"M- - rrRVTUi wrt hmm U U 111 IIIBIV V-ri 1 To Kcfj) House with, New Goods Exchanged for nny Old t Goods. Wo do repairing of ail hinds. S;o us if you want to I SAVE MONEY Call, write, send word or 'Phono 104 jj IHALL & HILLIS ! South Side Moin Street. $ V-J- 4-C- 4 -i--H -J--H - ) ' .. 4- I1 1 ! ELK MEETING I DENVER, COlrO., $24.00 ROUND TI1IP TICKKTS ON HAI.K Jl'LY 13, ti AND IS. Final Limit fjr return Auz.3), HQl ONLY ONE NIGHT OUT Train leave Anlmoru ll:54n. bi. dallj- arrlre at Denver 3M noxt dtjr, X Throuch alvopera every day. There will be very cheap ul lo rldea 4. from Colorado point. 4, "iiAnvnv hkrvcs mn mi:als. $ I'or further Information call onl X A. W. DUNHAM, Ak'ont. f m v 0 as ih Hi ii iti b 0) 0 vi: a a; HAY HARVEST Just at this season the Farmer who has Hay, Oats, or osher small grain, needs the old reliable McCormicK Mower nd RaRe HAY TIES are also in demand, and we have the best Hind in stock. Moline and Mitchell Wagons, the two " Monarchs of the Road," are always in demand, and especially during harvest. When the thermometer creeps lazily up about the 100 marll. a Quick Heal Gaso line Stove is a necessity in every home. We also sell Majestic Steel Ranges and Charter Oak Stoves. Remembcrt we sell the John Deere and Velie Buggies. 7Tiii"T7iTTFa3 - BIVENS, CORHN $ FRENSLEY Ardmore, Ind. Ter. to to to to to to to Uj to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to The Ariinoreite. Prints All he NEWS All the Tlrre to to to