THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore, Friday, October 26, 1905.
FLUE CURING IMPROVES TOBACCO LIKE
ROASTING IMPROVES GREEN COFFEE
Flue Curing Develops the Stimulating Aroma and Taste
Found in Schnapps that Satisfies Tobacco Hunger
i will not hang
'stay of execution granted
, mrs. myers expired today.
There are three ways used by far
mers for curing and preparing their
tobacco for the market; namely, sun
cured, air cured and flue cured. The
old and cheap way is called air cured ;
the later discovery and improved way
is called flue cured. In flue-curing
the tobacco is taken from the field
and suspended over intensely hot
flues in houses especially built to re
tain the heat, and there kept in the
proper temperature until this curing
process developcs in the tobacco the
stimulating taste and fragrant aroma
found in Schnapps tobacco, just as
green coffee is made fragrant and
stimulating by the roasting process.
Only choice selections of this ripe,
juicy flue cured leaf, grown in the
famous Piedmont country, where the
best tobacco grows, are used in
Schnapps and other Reynolds' brands
of high grade, flue cured tobaccos.
Hundreds of imitation brands are
on sale- that look like Schnapps; the
outside of the imitation plugs of to
bacco is flue cured, but the inside is
filled with cheap, flimsy, heavily
sweetened air cured tobacco; one
chew of Schnapps will satisfy tobacco
hunger longer than two chews of
Expert tests prove that this flue
cured tobacco, grown in the famous
Piedmont region, requires and takes
less sweetening than any other kind,
and has a wholesome, stimulating,
satisfying effect on chewers. If the
kind of tobacco you are chewing don't
satisfy, more than the mere habit of
expectorating, stop fooling yourself
and chew Schnapps tobacco.
Schnapps is like the tobacco chew
ers formerly bought costing from 75c.
to $1.00 per pound; Schnapps is sold
at 50c. per pound in 5c. cuts, strictly
10 and 15 cent plugs.
Now the Supreme Court of the United
States Has Intervened, Giving Her
Another Lease of Life for a Few
Months Review of Crime.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem n. C.
MITCHELL CASE UP AGAIN.
Restraining Injunction Growing Out
of "Holy Roller" Murder Case.
Olympia, Wash.. Oct. 20. A hear
ing will 1m hold before tho stato su
promu court today In the mutter of
Wio Injunction restraining Superior
Judge A. W. Prater of King county
from Issuing an order Undine F.sthor s x G. 1791.
t Oct. 26 In History i Montana Plonkers' Reunion.
I 1723 Sir Godfrey Knellor. who Ardmorelte Special.
painted tho portraits of nil tho won- Anaconda, Mont . Oct. 26. The uar
archs and noted habitues of the court dy pioneers who crossed tho plaits,
from Charles 11 to George I, died;
1759 Oeorsjo James Danton, tho fa
mous French revolutionist, was horn
at Arcls-sur-Aubo; gulllotlnod nt Par-
prairies and mountains In long train-
of white-topped "schooners,' In the
early dnyB when Montana was a wl'
demons Inhabited mainly by Indlaas
and buffaloes, arc gathered at Ana
conda today to particlpato In the an
Mitchell or Maud Crefold Insano or I 1833 Adelaide Phillips, celobrated nual reunion of tho Montana Pioneors'
from dealing them to Oregon. Tho H,Bor( 1)0rn nl stratford-on-Avon:
temporary injunction wus granted on ,ne,j 1gsoi
application of Kenneth Mackintosh,
prosecuting attorney of KlnK county,
and Judge Prater cited to appear In
supremo court today and show cause
why the restralnlnK order should not
be made permanent.
The hearing grows out of the so
inllod "holy roller" murder esse
"Prophet" Crefold, an Itinerant
irw.irhr of the holy roller Beet, was
illled by oorge Mitchell, who al
lowed that lie had wronged bl sis
ter. Mitchell was tried and acquitted,
and shortly afterward was murdered
y his sister, Hsthor Mitchel'. and the
Orofeld woman, widow of the prophet.
Tho women were declared unane,
which verdict ProtiecutltiK Attorney
Mackintosh I now attempting; to havo
1S71 Major General Kobort Ander
son, hero of Port Sumpter, died at
Nice. Italy; horn 1S05. Robert Hwlng.
ox-United States sonator, died at Lan
caster, O.; born 17S0.
1502 Prank Norris, novelist, died
at San Francisco; born IS CD. Elisa
beth Cady Stanton, woman suffragist,
reformer and phllohopher, died Id
.ew York City: born 1S15.
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
if Foley's Honey and Tar falls to cure
your cough or cold. Cures la grlpp
cough and prevents pneumonia and
consumption. Contains no opiates. TI.e
jTonnlno Is In a yehow package. He
fuse substitutes. Hoffman Drug Co.
and City Drug Storo.
society. The meeting will last throusb
tomorrow and tho visitors wdl bo
handsomely entertained during tholi
stay by the business men of the citv.
Nothing to Fear.
Mothers ned have no hesitancy in
continuing to give Chamberlain's
CotiKh Remedy to their little ones
as It contains absolutely nothing In
jurious. 1 nls remedy Is not only per
fectly safe to give small children, but
is a medicine of great worth and mer
It. It has a world wide reputation for
.is cures of coughs, colds and croup
and can always bt relied unon. or
Result of Nealect. I ..in .v v t itt,u? w n rva,no
in most c-'ses consumption results Ardmore Drug Co., dormer ic Bonner
iroi.i a npgiccveu or improperly ireai
ed cold. Foley's Honey and 'lar emu
the most obstinate coughs and pre
vents serious results. It costs you no
more than the unknown preparations
Farmers' Union Meeting.
Tupelo, I. T., Oct. 26. Sovo 1 hun
and you should Insist upon having drod farmers are taking part In tho
mo genuine in tne yienow paciiuge.
floffman Drug Co. and City Drug
To Investigate Elevators.
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 20. The
Farmers' Union In Eesslon hero todar,
The securing of a proper rcprosenta'
Men of tho agricultural interests In
the constitutional convention1 soon to
be held will be discussed.
The Farmers' Unions of this district
Missouri stato railroad and warehouse nw numuer twenty-live, with a to.
commission Is holding a meeting hero tal membership of more than 1.500.
today to Investigate the operation of
Ardmorelte want ads,
thrco timofl for threo dimes
elevators and to Inm.lro into the W0rk8 womlm. u produces hair Just
switching rates on grain ot the Kan, as 8reiy M raIn an,i sunshine raise
1'hrce lines I 8a8 cl(' I!elt Line, which are alleged crops. It produces a thick growth of
to be excessive.
(luxuriant hair when all othor reaie
dlos fall. Wo guarantee Danderino.
All drucKlsts sell it. 25c. 50c and 11.00
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SEE THE ONLY TROUPE OF
IN THE WORLD
In Charge of Prof. C. E. Roberts
at ! In
fills ad with 10 cents In stamps or all
ver and we will mall you a large free
sample Kuowlton Dauderlne Co., Chi
Railway Officials Meet.
Denver. Col., Oct. 2C Tho traffic of
ficlals ot all the Gould lines, Includ
ing tho Missouri Pacific, Iron Moun
tain, International & Great Northern,
Texas & Pacific, Denver & Ulo Grande
and Ulo Grando Western. The ses
sions will probably last through to
morrow, and much business of Im
portance will be transacted.
Don't Fail to
Also THE LA RAY SISTERS
The Singers and Fire Dancers
Also THE MUSICAL, CAMPBELLS
THE ILLUSTRATED SONG
Will Show the Xmas Goose
And the Invisible Men
FrlATIHEE 3 P. M.--ADMISSION 10 CT8.
MIGHT 8H0WS--8AND 9 O'CLOCK
Doctors Endorse It.
I.ang Pros., druggists, Paducah, Ky..
wrlto: "Wo soli moro of Dr. Mon
denhall's Chill and Fever Curo than
all other remedies combined, having
retaP'Hl over 700 .lottles In one soa
son. physicians hert) prescribe It and
persons who once use It will have no
other. Sold by W. n. Frame.
Confederate "Vets" Adjourn.
DalUs, Texas. Oct. 20. Tho closln;;
session of the Toxns Confederate re
union Is being held In the auditorium
j at tho state fair grounds this after
't I noon. After addrossos by Hon. Chn-j
Culberson, General T. P. Stone and
other veterans, the meeting will ad
journ to allow the visitors to inspect
the state fair.
Hlvons, Corhn & Freniley hve In
n line of new bugglea.
IJbrtr. Mo., Oct. 2. Dry-eyed
aad tearless, frail but unafraid. Mrs.
Agnes Marguerite M)ors has again
facd death, and again the grim spec
ter has passed her by. Sentenced to
di mlerably on the gallows for the
niurdfi ot her husband, the stay of
fcutlon granted to this little, woman
by Governor Folk expired today. Now
another power, that of the supreme
court of the United States, has inter
ened. and Mrs. Myers will have an
other lease of life for at least two or
three months while that august body
is examining the voluminous records
of the trial. The bollef Is growing
' ere that In case the writ of error
asked for by Mrs. Myers' attorneys
Is not granted, Govornor Folk will
commute tho sentence of the woman
to life Imprisonment. No woman has
ever been hanged In thts state, and
the people of Clay cnnty are not an
lou to have the doubtful honor of
breaking tht record.
"Hefore God, I am not guilty of the
murder of my husband," Mrs. Myers
tells the numerous visitors who call
uion her In tho little cell which has
been her home for over a year. The
condemned woman was arrested short
ly after the murder of her husbnnd
In Kansas City on May II. 190. Since
that time she has been In close con
finement, yet her spirit has never
been broken and from the first sho
has hteadfaMly declared her innocence.
At first friendless and despised, many
people have now come to believe her
repeated assertions, and numerous
sympathizers, mainly women, call up
on her dally, bringing her candy,
fmlta and other delicacies, and be
decking h'jr room with pictures, books
and flagrant flowors which serve to
hide tho bare walls of the cells. A
great St. Ixwis newspaper has taken
up the case, and with flaring head
lines reading, "Will You Give a Dollar
to Save a Woman's Life?" was the
means of raising sufficient money to
psy tho cost of an nppeal to the su
Meanwhile, .Mrs. Myers sits patient
ly in her cell, and rocks, and reads,
and waits. If she feels any relief at
safely passing what was to have been
for her the day of final Judgment, It
Is not likely that she will give it
expression. Only once In the sight of
men has she broken down, and that
was many months ago, when her aged
mother called upon her In tho Liborty
Jail. What paroxysms ot grief may
wrack her slender form during the si
lent wntehes ot the night, no one
knows. To her visitors she always
presents a cheerful face, and her Jail
ers have come to love her for her
iwitlent fortitude. "Except that she
attracts so many visitors, snc crises
the least trouble of any prisoner we
ever had," says the sheriff.
Mis. M)ers v,-as convicted on the
confession or Frank Hoffman, a stu
pid fellow of slight wit or wisdom,
who Is now in Jail lit Kansas City
iwnltlng execution for complicity with
Mrs. Myors in the murder of Clarence
Mors. Hoffman alleged that he had
been Intimate with Mrs. Myors for
some time prior to the murder, and
that It was the woman who planned
and executed the crime. Hoffman
testified that ho wont to tho house In
Kansas City where Myers lived at
about midnight on the night of the
murder, and was admitted by the wo
man. Myers was asloen. but after
Hoffman had struck him with a bil
liard cue ho awakened and grappled
with his assailant.
I'p to this time, according to the
story told by Hoffman. Mrs. Myers
had stood by silently. When she saw
that Myers was getting tho best of
her paramour, sho secured a razdr.
with which sho cut the throat of her
husband from ear to ear, while the
latter was held by Hoffman.
Hoffman was arrested, confessed
and was sentenced to death. Mrs.
Myers secured a change of venue to
this county, nnd was also convlctod
alter a bitterly fought trial. On tho
stand sho declared that Hoffman's sto
ry was false, and since then has never
faltered In protesting her Innocence
Death May Follow Dare.
Springfield, Mo., Oct. 25. Karl Nie
wanger. 14, climbed an electric light
ing pole yesterday afternoon on a
dare, to slide down the guy wire In
stead, he seized a live wire end wan
isusjy-ndod In midair, unable to move
or cry out. for half a mltiuto. until the
wire burned through his fingers. He
then fell twenty-five feet to the grouud
but walked home, apparently none
tie worse for his experience, save
the lost fingers. As soon as he reach
ed home, however, he collapsed, nnd
his life Is now dwimlred of.
DeWltt's Witch Hazel Sahe the
original and the name Is stamped on
every box. Good for oczemn. tetter,
bolls, cuts and brulsos, and especially
recommended jor plies. Sold by Hoff
man Druj Co.
Foley's Kidney cure will euro any
cat' of kidney trouble that Is not be
yond medical aid. Hoffman Drug Co.
and City Drug Store.
Advice lo Housewives.
No home Ih Hn tilo:iannt nif,y,MnflB
....... ...m, i,, tM
of tho comforts that money will buy,
wuen uio entire lamiiy is In per-
ic-ti iivaiui. a Dome or orino Itxa
tlvo Fruit Svrun rosin r.n i,
will cure overv mimlr nt ihn imii,.
of constipation, sick headache or stom-
acn irouuie. Horrmun Drug Co, and
City Drue Storo.
Eldon K. Sams. Albert .. Ue,
SAMS & LEE,
Attorneys At Law.
Office In Noble Uldg. Phono No. C92
Heal Estate, Law and Titles
Crpt J. W Ellis. W. D. Halfhlll.
Rooms 21 and 22, Homestead Bld.
Civil and Indian business ezcluis
MUSKOGEE, IND. TEK.
WILLIAM W. WRIGHT
(Br k-tstored Attoror.)
(Formerly with Dawes Commlutoa)
Contests, Citizenship Cases and oth
matters before tio Interior De
Offices Washington Loan & Trust
Washington, D. C.
JUAI. J. KaPPLBB OHit. U MRBILX.lt
Compiler "Indian Actlre
Lw tDd Treatln" Coctt Prsctltlooei
KAPPLER 4 MERILLAT
Attorneys and Counselors-st-Law.
Priottce before alt Courts; Congress. Got
ornuient Departments tnd ComraUilODi.
Indian cases a specialty.
Oftoe, Bond bids. Kaihlncton. D
J. B. fv.uOltt.
Attorney at Law
Office over Hamilton s Shoe Stoio.
CLINTON O. BUNN.
Attorney at Law
W. F. Freeman. Olilo Anderton
FREEMAN & ANDERTON.
Pennington & Sims Uuilding.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
of the Condition of
The Ardmore National Bank
at Close of Business September 4, 1S0
Stocks and Securities 12.07S.12
U. 9. Honda 1CC.000.09
Capital Stock $100,000.91
Surplus and Profits (net).. 13,17,1. ;i
Bills Payable 20,000.0
P.P. Ton KELI.En.M.D. n. II. HXHUT. N T
lies. Fnooe tl Kn. I'tioa 37f
OtBce Pbonn IK
von KELLER A HENRY
Physicians and Surgeons.
jr, Utr Nose and Throat K:ooi3tut
"ptctaoloi A Hto OlaiiDS luccrttstr atlcl
OBcn over Urnnsr & Docntr's. Ucomi t to'
DR. C. L. McCANN.
Office: Stong Building, over Hill i
Hllllo. Telcjihones: Offlcs ets
C. E. SHACKELFOR3, M. D.
Office ivandol Building.
Offlco Phono CC4; ltosldcnce 711.
G. E. GOODWIN, M. D.
(Office over Hall & Hllllt)
Phones Office 343: residence 107
DR. J. E. WOODARD.
.Room 12, NoDlo Building, next to.
Dr. J. M. Vaden's Offlco.
DR. J. P. FANN,
Over Hall & Illllla..
Phone No. 401.
ANDERSON & WHITAKER,
Office: Smith's Livery Barn.
i Wolverton Co. t
L Will buy, sell nnd rent
I REAL ESTATE t
t tor you. t
f Wo will lend you any nmouut J
f oi money.
I Let us write your Insurance, I
r we havo It of all kinds. j
t Come in and See Us. ?
L Fourth door west of City Nation- 4
al Bank. 4
No better index to the growth of Ard
tho constant and steady Increase la
more can he found than 'j reflected la
the deposits of tne Ardmore National
LEE ORUCE. PresldenL
B. W. STUART. Cashier.
True and tried fr'cnds of the family
DeWltt's Llttlo Early Risers. Ooe
pills. Sold by Hoffman Drug Co.
HELSLEY & KERNER.
Carry a full stock of fresh and
cured Meats, Vegetables, Fruit and
everything In tho market line.
Prompt delivery to any part of tho
lias ruovpd from West Main t
N. Washington, near Hamilton's
Shoo Store. Phone 91.
BAGCAGE TRANSFER LIHE
STEVE nOWLES, Proprietor
for All Buy Repairs
l W. P. POT.AWB
j Dealer , ,
Wants to buy 1000 acres in
tracts not less than 80 acres.
See Me nt Ones
Office over First Natl. BlI-
7. Blair Shoenfeli !
T (K:t L 8. Intllua Aitent)
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MUSKOGEE, I. T. t
Removnl of restrictions, con-
tests, citizenship cases and oth- f
er matters boforo tho Interior
Prompt attention given to
preparation, checking and Mine X
I of oil and gas leases. J
J Your patronngo solicited.
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t KEMP a ROLLINS I
INSURANCE tod LOANS
I oitlcat Oroand door four doors south
of PontolDoe I'hone 470,
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