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Anlmorc, Tuesday, June I, 1H07.
WAHNING TO ALL.
There In not n townahlp In Cnrtor
county where there Is n full ticket
ntinounceit for the towiiihlp otllcoe,
such n trustee, tronaurcr niul cutis.
Theie mftttcra tiro now to Hi" people
iiml thnH) who would have been will
ing to aere their townships In these
capncltlea Old not comply with the
Oklahoma election law and have thulr
names placed on the olllclnl tickets
Ha caudldatoa. A iiiiniher of people
have aniweateil Hint the nnmea ot
th who are wllllim til aervu he
written on thu tleketa or atnmpeil
with a nihhor Btntnp inailo for the
nnrpoie. Thla matter was taUuti up
with ltemiicratlc hendiunrter In Ol.
lahoma City by tho Ardmorclte. 'l'ho
utato committee nsnertH that wrltlnR
on or itainpliiK tho tlcKet would make
the entire ticket lllemil and nil vot
era are wnrncd not to write nny name
on a ticket.
It Ih uetierully udlultted that tno
Olilahonm wheat crop will be short
from four to alt million bunhcln,
The dciiartineiit ot iinrlciiltiiro la
experimenting with crasw'B that will
mow In the new Ktnto and nt tho
wine time keep the noil from wash
Ink, o n g to have hiiiiiII Krnlti cropi
Oklahoma and Indian Tcrrltaty
Imve otpi'iidcd more uikiii thcl,
whiMiU per capita than has any oth
or coinniiitilty In the entire country,
The pecan Industry Ih plcklim up
nlonn the ArkaimaH river. Most ot
tin iHlInn Territory river bottom
iluellerH have determined to protect
the ki-ovoh which have been neglected
for many years.
(')ialrinnn TaKKert, who wn In New
York Inat week, wan Interviewed on
the prealdeiitlal outlook, "ficourapli
IpiiI llnea have eliminated from th
limp," he aald, nnawerliiK n queatlim
na to where the next canilldate wn
to eonio from, ('ouinieiitlun on till
hUitemeiit the StiiudardUnloii
lliooklrn wild: "TnugerfH declaration
nent aectlomil line In I'.MIs Ih nil
ciliated to lend atrenath to the nunc
tneiit now on foot In the South
put forward n candidate from that
M'Otlon the flrat one ulnce the w.ir,
That Ki.noo.OOO ennaplrntnra' fund
la evidently KettltiK In lt work for
the reactlouarlea iiear to have ca
til red lltnolH with t'auiioii. have i
aliaken up New York that the del
Kilt I mi will be apllt and have Old
In anch n turmoil of doubt that th
prinliUiit to bold Ida oun ban been
romKlleil to aiMHilnt HatniHaterH fa
vbrnble to Taft. The "ilonuli haK" haH
lna bei'ti a powerful lever tn It
The formations which nre rich In
load and line deposits in Missouri
ArknniuiH mid Kansas, exist In the
eastern part of the Indian Territory
also. That part of the territory, how
ever, has been neBlectiM so far ns
proapoctltii? and development Is con
cerned. Mld-Contlncnt anyB those who
have an opinion nbout the matter nro
rHiiivlnced that there Is brlfiht pros
pects In the future, for that part of
the new state when Its mineral possl
billtlea have been thoroughly ox
plotted. It has been known for some
time that there was rich deposits of
lead and Inc. hut with the exception
of n small tract In the Miami Indian
serMnn, t ut llttlo effort has been
made up to tho present tlmo toward
In the Wichita mountiltis there Is
nn extensive ledca of flno KTanlto
and of urcat commercial vnlue, Tho
some one to take MMaaalon:ono ot
hlch la near Tishomingo and the
her la located In the Spnvlnavv hills
northeast of I'ryor Creek. Itath of
tho laat natneil deiealta contain
enough granite of superior quality to
build all the public hulhllngg Oklaho
ma will ever need.
That there should be any complaint
over the announcement ot ttie oeei
rust that hereafter cattle should lie
pnrchnacd aiiblect to condemnation
nfier slaughtering la a matter of aur
rise. When the aitbjeet of Inspecthm
us up before congress ami the muck
rakers were raising n hullabaloo over
eondltlona hi the parking houses, nn I
he public became nfrald even to linn-
a can of twitted mint for fear
f Infection, then no one believed the
packt ra were alncero when they said
hey were perfectly willing the pub-
should have nil the Inspection It
vanted hut the public would have to
Hit the hill. One thing the href trust
ihould be given credit for and that
a somewhat hnitat frankness. Just
by anyone should have Imagined
Uii' trust would bear the cost or loss
a not clear. It announced It would not
ml It does tint. It wna relieved of the
iiipleassntneaa of rnlslng the price
f meat to cover the cost of Inspec-
on. although It frankly stated It
mild do so If neceaaury, becnuse tho
coat la Ixirne by the treasury and
ma fulls only Indirectly on th" con
stiiner Hut the trust can see no rooiI
reason why It should loae on cattle
which are condemned after death anil
tins passed the loaa on to the pro
ncer, feeder or commission man ns
he case may be. Tlnia, while making
I'o consumer pay the cost of Inspec
Ion, Indirectly, the loss by Inspection
falls on the producer. If nnythlnt;,
he trust -penis to have gained hv
he operation. Perhaps It will share
the gain with the consumer, "(Jtilen
snbe?" Or may bo Its members wil
levote the surplus to fouti'llne II
brnrles or endow lug educational Inan
trip on tho Choctaw, where ho
expects to secure anmploa of tho gran
ite nnd other minerals fur which this
ctlon Is known.
n Ideal ciimllilate or me nigii otnee
o which he aspires. He Is a man ot
rlie scholarship and nroal culture.
la learned In theology, In peda
gogics, In law and In literature.
rhe tnnn who organizes tho schools
f our (treat new state should he more
than n mere acbooltnaatcr. llo should
tie learned In the law for reasons too
ibvloua to mention, lie sboud be a
broad minded ami experienced busi
ness man, as he will hnve largely to
do with the handling of our Immense
hoo! funds, fifty millions, perhaps.
will have large control over the
locution, erection ni,f distribution ot
our normal schools. Mr. Cameron lives
tho lndlnn Territory sldo of tho
new state and la fully informed ns
to our conditions and our necd
He orgnnltcd the school system ot
Oklahoma nnd that Is a living mono
cut to his ability. It also proves that
his selection will he In no sense nn
II. I). Cameron Is the peer of nny
man In or out of politics, In the
bole state. Ills name would Impart
n added strength nnd dignity, alike
to the state tlcki t and to the gover
nor's cabinet. Nowata county eoulii
hardly do a finer thing tnnn to make
unanimous for Cameron and good
schools. Nowntn Star.
CAMERON TO GRADUATES.
His Talk Throunhout Was Pointed
Practical and Eloquent.
Those fortunate enough to get
lent In the M. K. church laRt Sunday
morning heard one of the ablest ser
mons ever delivered before, n rvowni
It was preached by Itev. K. I). Cam
rou of Sulphur. I. i, to tho graduat
ing class of ttie owata High School,
The sermon throughout was pointed
practical, eloquent. It was that sort ot
fine, simple, feeling sermon which I
always uplifting nnd which appeals to
the highest and best that Ih In us.
Superintendent Davis and the class
are to be congratulated upon such a
hnppy selection for the commence
Incidentally, Mr. Cameron Is a can
lldate for the olllce of state super
intendent of schools, with every pros
pect of hiiccohh, nt least, so far ns re
celling the Democratic nomination
'Good brother .Cameron," ns hi
friends a pi nk of him, Is Just the sort
f man that all good citizens every
where delight to honor. He Is nllk
the friend of the rich ns well ns th
poor. In the wide circle of his no-
with Ilattenhiirg Insertion,
Cable Net with Clunry effect.
Nottingham Curtain till prices,
whl'e 'ecru. Arabian.
Satisfactory WorK Guar
anteed at All Times
BA1RD a WHITTINGT0N
That Woodford Picnic.
Tho communities of Woodford nnd
the Southern Asphalt mines situated
a few miles liorthweit of this city,
are making preparations for a big
picnic and barbecue on June 4th.
lleslilea the big Imrbecuo the mines
II io operated until 12 o'clook nt
night for the benefit of the visitors.
comtnltteo composed of A. W.
Spenk, C. A. Amnions. J. P. Alverson,
l-J. I-'. Itlsner and Wosley Gundy have
charge of the preparations. The com
mittee any they expect to entertain
II who come nnd say the candidates
are especially Invited.
Stlllvvell II. Husaell will address the
people of Ardmore and Carter county
nt the opera homo 1'rlday night on '
the Constlt'itlon. l.oe Cruce and his
wn candidacy. Indies especially In-,
Ited. 3-D 1
Stlllvvell II. Hussell will address till
people of Ardmore and Carter county
at the opera house Friday night nn
the Constitution, lee Cruce and his
on n candidacy. I.adleH especially In
TRAGEDY AT DURANT
Dad" Hale of Durant After Shooting
His Wife, Turns the Weapon on
Himself With Fatal Effect.
Woman May Recover.
Durant, I. T.. June 3. "Dad" Hah
was burled this morning nt Highland
cemetery. Karly Sunday iirornlng h
shot his wife and then turned the gin
on IiIh head and sent u bullet through
Physicians attending Mrs. Hale ray
Dure nre slight chances for her re
Deceased had been a resident of till
city for several ears. lie was
yeirs of a-;e and his wife fifty. Tin r
:ire several children, all grown alii
married, living In this city.
FOR THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSI
TION FROM THIS SECTION.
ARDMORE IN THE PICTUR
Oil and Asphalt, Lead and Zinc an
Iron Speclmens Secured Pictures
of Main, Street Buildings and
Views of the City.
SlMMell It. Unwell will nddross the
people of Ardmore and Carter county
at tho opera home Friday night on
the Constitution, Ie Cruce nnd his
own candidacy. Ladka eapeclally In
filed. 3 j
Attend IHtaler's White Sale.
New mackerel Just received nt the
Orsnd Leader. Court House cormr
2-3 HAItALI. & (lAUHIKI,, 1'iop--
To the Voters of Carter County,
I am a candidate for Register of "1
Deeds for Carter County. The reason
ask for otir snpisirt Is I iitn quali
fied to llll the office. I have In en n
mokkeeper for tweiit.v two vears. and
want the office to do the work. If
on wi'l give me the office I will fill-
It, I will not have the office run b
some one von did not vote for.
I have worked for and voted the
emocratlc ticket all m life. I have
lived In Ardmore for twelve jenrs
ml was born and raised In (Iravson.
County, Texaa. As to my record as n
citizen and my qualifications I refer
on to any one of the hundreds of clt-
lens of this county who have known
me from twelve to fortv vears and If
on will give me your vvito I will
guarantee you won't regret It, for I
will fill the office to the satisfaction
of the people of Carter Oninty.
S. S. TOI.SON.
Let us Install a telephone In your
resldenco for tlirco and one-third cents
Our new I party line system so ar
ranged that your soils ring only when
you nre called, giving you the tame
service ns nn Independent line, nnd It
costs you but on dollar ($1.00; per
For full particulars nnd explanations
call tho local manager.
CHICKASAW TKLIIPHONK CO.
j Houses painted live years ago wl'h
ASK YOUR OltOCKK for diamond Ilradley & Vrootnnn l'.ilnt look lib'
Itrand Oil. Sold by Oklahoma Helta land nre better protected than If palm
ing Co. Krnoi Atkins, Agent, l'honc ed two years with other paints, liny
B-lra your paint from C. W. Illgert. 2S i
M, E. TRAPr,
Candidate for State Auditor,
crnts In primaries, Juno 8, 1907.
J. A. BIVENS, President
A. H. PALMER, Cashier
DON LACY, Vice President
FRED C. CARR, Asst. Cafhler
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
ARDMORE, I. T.
Surplus Funds 75,000.00
Accounts of firms nnd Individuals solicited. Courteous treatment
accorded to all alike.
Your health de
pends to a large ex
tent upon what you eat, your ice hill
and the kind ol Refrigerators used.
Buy a Nansen and preserve your
health and purse. All sizes in plain
and enameled from
$9.00 to $17.50
Large assortment water coolers from
Lightning Freezers, best on earth -
$1.75 to $3.25
$1.75 to $3.00
For the United States Scnato rnm
the Oklahoma side of tho State, suli
Ject to tho decision of tho nrmo-
crntlc primaries on June Sth, 1907.
t H. HILL1S House Furnisher
C0MPAVE OUR SERVICE
Postal Tele ftrapK -Cable Co.
N. WanhlDuton Ht.
Telppluine No 31
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TINNERS, PLUMBERS AND
4 GAS FITTERS
t WILL DEVENY 1 1 $2000 Worth of Plumbing Goods
Stephen llrown, special representa
tive of the Oklahoma Jamestown
hlbltlon, Is In the city gathering min
eral samples for exhibition nt thu Ok
minima building In Jamestown. M
1 trow ti lias secured a complete ex
hlblt of the oil in the Wheeler fie
west of this city, as furnished by th
Santa l-'e. Aim n complete asphalt e
hlblt from tho Downnrd-l.ester As
phnlt company, nnd has also secure
several samples of lead and tine from
the mountains west of here, llefore
leaving this section of the country
Mr. llrown will secure snmptea of tho
Iron which is found hero In quantl
The Oklahoma car bound for tho
Jnmchtnwn Kxposltlon will leav-3 Ok
lahoma City Monday and It Is the pur
pone to have all the samples of oil
and mli.erals on this car.
When the car reaches Jamestown,
nrratiKements will be made ir fclvitiK
stereoptlcou views and lectures on Ok
lahoma. Mr. llrown has secured several
photographs of the principal business
Mr. llrown asserts that tho exhibit
which Oklahoma will have nt tho
Jamestown exposition will bo nmonB
the most attractive shown nt this
Kr.ind place ot shows nnd exhibits, lie
said especial attention has been plv
ed towards displaying to tho best nd
v.ui'bkq the p-odiirts nnd resources of
the new stnte and that some of tho
mlneials and oils shown will bo nulto
Mr llrown will lcavo tomorrow for
for nil kinds of
t BUGGY REPAIR WORK
T l'alntlnt;. Trimming nnd
t Horseshoeing and General
liii jtt.st boon milled to our Mocl( nntl we tiro prepntetl to
liiindlo any nnd nil l'hitiitm.' unit hlit'et .Metnl Work. A
look tin ouli our (-took will fully convince you wis lmvo
every facility to do nil work in a tirst-clnss manner.
I SpreKelmeyer Company
t 122 Broadway Ardmore, Ohla. Telephone 388
SMITH, RIGGINS S WEST CO.
"WE SELL THE EARTH."
Deal strictly in Dirt and Land in large
and small pieces, both in city lots and
WATCH THIS SPACE for a long list
of bargains next week.
SMITH, RIGGINS & 1ST COMPANY
Prime 726 Poilcrf Building