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Ardmore, Wednesday, July i4, 1907.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Work! wond.ra. It produce halrjnataa
aarelr e rain ard eenahlne product crop.
It tirolece thick growth of luiarlant
hair when all ntber remertlea full We iruar
ante. Damlerltie. All drueglHn aeli ti H6o,
6can1 l."' per bottle, Tu pror.lta worth .
Aad tbla iid with lucente In etainta or Miter I
nod wp will mall you a large free aample. I
KDOwlua Daniterlne Co.. Chicago. 111.
! WE INVITE YOU I
To Inspect our horseshoeing
nnd see tlio way wo do It
and you will tec at a glntiro
that we do It tlio right way.
D. E. ALLEN
Rcmcmbor this phono num
ber when In Sulphur. It gives
you connection with
whero you get tbo best team
delivered to any part of tbo
city at nny hour.
BOSE JOHNSON, PROP.
WISTIITHST. SULPHUR, I. T.
G. B. ADAMS
Candies 3 Confectioneries
Please Give Me a Call
Juno to September
jamkstowx (too nn
Dally (15-day limit) .. (PUOsUU
On sale dally
On salo dally
For Information regarding tbeso and
other rates seo
T. A. DEVOSS. Ticket Agont
Round Trip Rates to
Go and return
tlio situiu route
$53.60 Limit Dec. 15th
Go and return
tlio sumo routu
$47.95 Limit 00 days
from ditto of
$38.00-Limit 15 day
from d a t o of
routo to Now
York tlieneo to
$55 75Norfollc. H o
turning liy Mompliis. St.
Louis, Chicago or Kun
s a s City. Stop ovur
will bo allowed at Huffalo,
Now Y o r It, Albany.
Philadelphia and a hun
dred othor places.
INFORM A r0Ncntl on your
ngunt ho will gladly furnish
you any information you de
sire. DATES OF SALE DAILY
JAY T. COBB, T. P. A.
The Charming Woman
is not necessarily one of perfect form
nnd features, Many a plain woman
who could nover sorvo as an artist's
model, possesses thoso rare qualities,
that nil tho world admires; neatness
clear eyes, clean smooth skin nnd that
sprlghtllness of step and action thai
accompany good health, A phyclcally
weak woman is never attractive, not
even to herself, Klectrlc Hitters re
store weak women, give strong nerves,
bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin,
beautiful complexion. Guaranteed at
W. II. Krome'g, City Drug Store.
A man's dollars don't always ninko
ui for his lack of common sense.
I OKI FYmrinm I i
Condition! In New Mexico.
A. B. Wllllford of this city lias re
turned homo for a several weeks stay
from Ilodeo, Now Mexico, where ho U
employed In a railroad survey In th
San Simon valley. Mr. Wllllford wa
called homo on account of the .Illness
of his child. Mr, Wllllford talks enter
tainingly of tho new country that In
being opened, and of tho prospects
throughout that section.
"Tho land," said Mr. Wllllford. "Is
being rapidly taken up by homestead
ers nnd prospects In the .Immedi
ate section of Han Simon vtilleylJ
In n prosperous condition. Wo have
hail couslderalilo rain, and cattle .iro
looking well. Tho wages In that coun
try nre much better than here leit
the living expenses nro as high In
proportion. Day laborers make from
$3.50 to $1.00 per day, nnd carpenters
receive 05 cents per hour for their
' work. Thin Is the rate In the mining
I "While In that section Ivlslted tho
i country around Albuquerque nml In
i that section prospects nro not so good
I and crops nro backward. Tim section
around Itattoon I'ass Is dry, but that
l does not nffect tho pcoplo much except
to cut off tho water supply, as Itattoon
, I'ass Is locnted In the mining country
and In tho sawmill district."
Sued for Over Million.
Tupelo, MIhk . July 23. O. It. Mitch
ell, prosecuting attorney, today filed
suit In the circuit court here against
tho tSandard Oil Comimiiy for $1,180,
000, charging It with violation ot the
state nutl-trust law.
Tho petition alleges tho company
has totaled tho law In that it owns
stock In tho Waters-l'lerco Oil com
pany of Missouri and tho Union Tank
The suit Is for $5,i00 penalty for
each day tho company has done bus
iness lu Mississippi since tho anti
trust law went Into effect.
I It'n n wonder tho tight squeezing
! In Wall Street doesn't excite tho envy
, of tho corset trust.
II. C. Iotterf. K. A. Walkor.
POTTERF A. WALKER.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
Ardmore. Ind. Ter.
WILLIAM W. WRIGHT
(formerly with Dawes Commission
Contests, Citizenship Case and other
I matters before the Interior De
Offices Washington Loo.n & Trust
Washington, D. C.
Cbas. J. Happier. on as. II. Merlll&t.
Compller "Indian Active Court
Law and Treaties" Practloaor.
KAPPLER & MERILLAT,
Attorneys and Ounaelors 4t-Lw.
Practice before Mi Courts; Congruti,
Qovernment Departments aiid Com
missions. Indian Cases a
Office. Pond Dldg. WMngton. D. C.
W. L. Froman.
TREEMAN & ANDERTON
Pennington Slnm riulldlns;.
DR. H. D. RYALS
(rndunto Klrksvllte, .Mo. Kxamlnatlon
nnd consultation freo. Oinco over Dltz
ler's Dry Goods Co.
Drs. von Keller, Hardy & Henry.
Modern Equipments for tho sclontlflc
treatment of all surgical cases.
Trained nurses In nttendanco.
Ardmore, t. T.
J. L. COX
Physician and Surgeon.
Office In Ilandol Ilulldlng.
Phono 91. Ardmoro, I. T.
DR. C. C. SAVAQE
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlco ovor First National Hank.
DR. J. P. FANN,
Office, opposhs Weathelmer & Daube,
Ardmore, I. T.
r 1'. vnnKeller. M. D.
IL II. Henry, M. D.
F. P. vonKeller, M. D. Res. phone 44.
It. II. Henry, M. D. lies, phono 376.
Office phono 146.
vonKELLER & HENRY,
Phyticlans and Surgeons.
ICye, Bar, Nose and Throat Specialists
Spectacles nnd Eve Ulassea acci at el
"ltted.- Office over lied Cross Drue
Store. Iloomi 8 to 9.
W. M. ANDERSON
Office: Smith's Uvery Barn.
BROWN A BRIDQMAN
Funeral Directors and Licensed
Largeit line of Funeral Goods In
CAPTAIN HARDY WAS
WITH THE PINCH HIT.
SCORE SHOWED 4 TO 5
Buneh of Errora at Denlnninrt nf th
uuncn or urrora at ueginning of tne
Game Gave Visitors Dig Lead
Out Indians Won Out.
,. ,, , . ,. ... .,
Captain IIHnrdy WHS there with the
pinch hit ill tho last half of the Mln'lt
yesterday, winning the gnine by hH
, " '
crack to cctiterflold, which fell be-
.. .... , , ,.,
tween Westmoreland nnd Sullllig.v
nnd scored I'elkey with tho winning
Yesterday's game started off bad'v
especially from nn Ardmore viewpoint
llefore the gnine Mnddox salil Ik- u.l
not feeling well, but as It was ):'
turn to work, he would not fall to do
so. Sullliiger, llrst up, was walked
to llrst. Sheffield, who followed him
bit to Hardy, but Madilox dropped
Ilnrdy'a throw to tho bag. White
singled, scoring Sullliiger, hut was
put out at second In trying to stretch
tho hit Into a two-bagger nnd Shef
field scored on Wood's error. Hesuit.
two scores for Gainesville; earned
I'elkey. llrst up for Ardmore, hit
safely down the third base Hue, but
White ami other members ot the vis
iting team sulked, when they realized
that it was fair nnd allowed I'elkey
to make a homo run of what should
havo been n single, or a two-bagger
at best. Tho hldo was then rotlred
without another run.
In tho second Inning Gainesville
again scored twice, ouo of tbo run
being earned, tho other resulting
from an error by Mnddox.
Ardmoro scored two runs In tho
third, when I'elkey hit safely, stolo
second nnd scored on Welslnger's
single. Welslnger advanced to third
on Woods' safe bit to center und
scored on Cooper's sacrifice.
In the llfth tho Indians tied the
score, when I'elkey secured another
single, advanced to second on a
passed ball by Mills, took third on
Welslnger's sacrifice nnd scored on
another passed ball.
Tho winning run was inado lu ill.'
ninth, with two men out. Maddov,
first up in this inning, struck out.
I'elkey followed him with another
single, his fifth hit of tho day, nnd
wns advanced to second on Welslng
er's sacrlfico and scored on Hardy's
lilt to center.
Tho feature of tho game wns Pel
key's batting. Tho fast outfielder se
cured a homo run nnd four singles
out of five times up, besides scoring
four of Ardmoro's runs. Woods nlso
had his batting oyo yesterday nfter
noon. Following Is tho seoro by innings'
Galnesvlllo 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Ardmore 1 0201000 1-1
All H II I'O A E
Sullliiger. cf a 2 2 II
Sheffield, lb 3 1 0 11
White. If B 0 2 2
Mills, c I 0 1 4
Westmoreland. 2b . 3 0 1 0
Stlllmaii, 3b 3 0 0 2
Iteose, ss t 0 2 0
Harris, rf 4 0 0 0
Anderson, 4 1 0 1
Totals 33 4 8 26"
Two out when winning run was
All II II I'O A K
I'elkey, If D 4 & 0 1 0
Welslnger, ss 3 1 1 3 7 0
Hnrdy, lb II 0 2 12 1 1
Woods, c 4 0 3 4 3 1
Cooper. 31 3 0 0 1 1 2
Spencer. 21 4 o 1 1 1 0
.Murphy, rf 3 o 0 3 1 1
Hutchison, cf 3 0 1 1 1 0
Maddox, 4 0 0 2 2 2
Totals 31 & 13 27 18 7
Summary Home run, Polkey; two
base hit, Reese; sacrlfico lilts, Shef
field 2, Welslnger 2, Cooper 1. Mur-1
nhy 1: stolen bases. Westmoreland.'
I'elkey nnd Woods; struck out
by Maddox 4, by Anderson 3,
bnsos on balls oft Maddox I,
off Anderson 1; passed balls,
Mills 2; wild pitches Anderson 1,
Maddox 1; left on baBos Gnliiesvillo
8, Ardmoro S. Umpires, Curtis and
Notes of the Game.
Tho Gainesville team had no kick
on Curtis' decision lu tho first Inning
In calling Pelkoy's hit snfo. It cer
tainly was fair, as was plainly seen
by thoso seated so as to boo tho hit.
Although badly crippled, Mills con-
How to Cure
1 Liver Trouble
There are usually several wavs to do a
given thing, but it is the Aim with alt of
us to find the best nnd shortest way. It
1 Is just so in the cure of disease, People
Buttering from liver trouble Imagine that
an iney nave to do is to lake sum thing
that will physic them. Tlier is more
than that In the cure of so serious a dis
order nt liver trouble.
When that drowijr, clorurd up fifllng come
on you noioa iirnir atom und it.k for n M mil
or II bottle of l)r CaldsirU'-t .srup lVfln.
Takendoseor two and wntch ri.ii.iK I v will
not onlr elf an out the howel un I i imulnte the
liver, but It will s et the bio. ilt-rr, uluMtu a
that ou frt-1 active aialn. abd nt,ue tht lime
tlont of the itomnch no that u-ur iui'tltn t-n-
turn ?' ou I"1" ur o i -.eilairala A
umple lax.itlvo or purirnUc r. u , not do that
nr. uaiiiwt-iri syrup l'epiin i ni only rt on
drrful latatlvo but It liua lonu- iri)ienie, ao
that, unllko eo munr other It, n.-, ltnli-;i.l of
1 leafing rou i-uk ami drawn It but, da sou up atul
It doea cot tripe It net nmoothlr. olllnir
I sue imrsuura 1,0 mui idp iwavc n hmnom un.l
'agreeable. It li gentle but IIe.-ttve. plfiiftantto
the taiteand pure In Quality, ii naneiielipnt,
economical Homo Cure, and It r- nulw nre iir-
" KJorc'a.ton.l or cnronl constipation,
ayi.iia. indieailon. blllpu.M, Wur ,u,ni.
ach. bloated klomuch, flatulrnct dl.irrhea. nml
thedotenundoneoilirrlllaor ilieamnmcn., lltir
and liowelt. It I the irretiiru of household
remedies and no f..tuily "hou.d be wiiho.it ii
m-elatc hating Dr. CuUlwell'a ;-ruprci!o I
FR?F TC1T ThowwIOiitirtotrvOr.Clld.
I II tU 1 1 I oril'i Simn e-pun tvltve Dry
In can My a tret umple fettle itnt i . mnr homa ty
addressing the company. TMtetrVr nh prove tftattne
remedy will do ai e culm, and Is t ' iy open to Irwse
ahoriave never Uhtn It. Send for It II you have ary
lymptoml of stomach, liver or bowrl d srj. Cwtlrsl
yet most effective Itiative for children nmen and old
folks. A rusrantred, permanent r me cure. THE
PUBl'C VtHDICI: "No Unlive Su Good anrl Sun
as DR. CALOWtLL'S SYRUP PI PSIN." this producl
bears purity guarantee No. 17. Waiiiu don. 0. C,
PEPSIN SYRUP CO.
Ill Caldwell Dldp.. Montlccllo, III.
Unties to do nice work In land the
hnt for the visitors. Conner, th.
team's innnnger, expects to be nhl.
to catch the next serle-i lor GaliH'H
vlllo. which will bo ng.ilnst Wichita
Kalis nt Galuosvllle Thursday, I'll
day nnd Saturday. Tlio lsltors ,ilro
oxpeu to have twi new Inllelili'is by
"Choc" Ilarls played In right jes
terday for Oaliisvlll- but failed to
secure n hit, which be usually does,
when plavlng against Ardmore.
Well I'elkey wasn't hardly tho hi'
tin' kid yesterday. I'lve hits for
eight bases was going Mime.
Tttlco yesterday did Galnesvlllo
players try to stretch singles Into
two baggers to their sorrow. White
nnd Westmoreland were the guilty
Tho old trick of biding tho ball
nml catching tho runner otf first,
nfter getting a freo pass, was worked
on Westmoreland yesterday, when
Woods threw quickly to Hardy.
Oram and Westmoreland will pitch
this afternoon. Tomorrow the fmt
Mexla (Texas) team will begin a
series of three games here.
Tomorrow is l-adles' Day and tho
club expects to havo a largo nttend
anco of tho fair sex to root for tho
AIIDMOIII5 THADKS COUNCII,
Meets first nnd third Friday nights
la each month at Labor Hall. b.
It. Horn, president; D. N. Fergu
TIIK AHDMOIIB TYPOGRAPHICAL
UNION. No. 040. Meets first Sun
day In each month nt 3 p. m., at
Union Hall. J. W. Golledgo, Pres
ident; D. II. Guinea. Secretary,
LOCAI. UNION NO. 247 OF THE IN
OF .BLACKSMITHS . AND IIKI.P
EHS meets every Thursday nlgbt
A. H. White, Prefldent; C. B. Craig,
HAIUiKHS' JOUIINKYMEN INTEIt
NATIONAL- UNION Meets first
and third Monday nights In each
month. O. II. Vaugban, prwsldent;
Elmer Wright, secretary,
CAIlPENTEItS' AND JOINKIIS' 01
AMKItICA, No. 1028 Meets every
Thursday night, 7:30, nt Union
Hall. W. H. Kenaor prealdeat; D. N.
OF ELECTRICAL WORKEItS
Meets second nnd fourth Frldaj
nights of each mouth. E. M. Parker
president; A. A. Hnlcomb, secre
HRICKLAYEI18', MASONS' ANI
PIJVSTKRERS' INTERNATIONA I
UNION. No. 9 Meets every Satur
day night. J. II. Dixon, president,
Georgo White, Secretary.
RETAIta CLERKS' I. P. UNION, No
6.IB Meuta second and fourth Mon
day nights In each month, Loult
S. Shelkowlu, president; L. I)
PAINTERS', DECORATORS' ANI
PAPERIIANGERS' UNION No. 22t
Meets every Wednesday nigh'
of each month at Union Hall. Guj
Crenshaw, president; J. A. Spears
TEAMSTER' UNION. No. 683 J. B
DeArmond. president O. W. Younj
secretary. When n woman has a good looklnr
husband sho always keeps ono oyo on
him and tho other on hor woman
HELD AT PAWHUSKA FOR "SEC
OND SELECTIONS" ON ALLOT
MENTS OS AGES SATISFIED
Guthrie, Okl.t.. July 23-The Osng'
drnwlng for "second lections' o.i
allotments was held nt l'Hvthusk.t
this week, and was completed lu tw
das. an entire day less than had
been estimated by the eoinmlHtoii
There was it wry rull ittteiidanee !
the members of th Irb'O. and to ,
commodate the crowds the coin in I -i
sloners held the drawing In tin- opein
In condilctlg the drawing two
small kegs were used, one contnluliw
llm names of the members of the
tribe and tho other containing slli
of Iniiht with the niimhr on them.
Altogether there were 2,230 nuintM'n
mid names. First it iiniuo wan drmwi
nnd then tt number, thus fixing Un
order lu which the person whos"
nnine bad Just liwn drawn.
Number one did not come out ue
til well Inward tbo close of the
drawing, and wns secured bv (iia
lali-Kii all. or Donlne Cole, nil orphan
and n sister In law of lllnck Dog. ore
of the allotting coiii!itlSHliinr tf'.h
will bate tho first choice of the Oi
ngi- lauds not nlrend.t allot li'd umb-r
the first rholee selections. Numb'
2.2;i0. the last one to tile, was drawn
by Dora Kirk, daughter of Wilson
Kirk, a member of tbo Osage conn
The Osnges eiv generally expron
satisfaction with iHi result ot tlio
drawing, nlthoiigh some of thise who
are well down towurd the foot of lh
list nro not as well pleased us thev
would have been had the result been
dlfterenL It Is the Intention of tlr
commissioners to reverse (lie present
order of filing when the time for Iho
third selection arrives, tlniH nlloulug
those who nro last on the present H"
lection to gel In first on tho next
Tho United States civil servlco
commission nunouiices tho following
examinations on snld dates:
Clerk (male) (Department of
Trade Relations, Department of Stale
July 30, 1907.
Assistant tu Grain Standardization
(male (Department of Agriculture)
Aug. nth. 1!)07.
Assistant In dry laud ngrlculUre
(male) Aug. G. 1907.
Assistant lu Arboreulturo (male) -(Department
Assistant photographer Aug. 7th.
Map Printer (Geological Survey)
Aug. 14. 1907.
Fish Culturlst Aug. 14, 1907.
Scientific Assistant III Animal Path
ology (Department of Agriculture)
Aug. Hth and 15th. 1907.
Civil Engineer nnd Superintendent
of construction Aug. 14th and ICth,
Computer (Supervising architect's
oillco) Aug. 11th nnd lfith, 1907.
Clerk, typewriter, draftsman Aim
Applicants tdinuld nt onco apply
either to tho U. S. Civil Service
Commission, Washington, I). C, or to
Hut locnl secretary of the board ot
Examiners, Ardmoro, I. T., for blanks,
GEO. J. SANDI.IN,
7-19-07 Ardmore, I. T.
WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET.
(Quotations Furnished by the Empire
Thero has boon a slight falling off
In the wholesale produce market It,
the last few days except for spring
chickens and ucks, which aro slight
y higher with a strong domand. The
price of eggs shows a decrease ot 7
cents owing to the hot weather but
the demand Is good. Turkoys are
luott-d ut aoveral cents lower, but
eeso are holding up fairly well with
a fair demand,
Tho following are the quotations.
'rush Eggs, per dozen ..........11c
llutter, average country
Butter, Packing stock He
Ipring Chickens, per doz 13.00
Hons, per pound, 7Mc
Roosters, each 10c
Tom turkeys, per pound ........7c
Hen turkoys, per pound TAc
Small turkoys, per pound ........Cc
Ducks, per pound 8c
Geese, per pound ,. Cf
Cull poultry, half price.
Greon, salt cured, per pound ...SHc
Green per pound .7V&c
Dry, per pound 7 to lfc
Glue, per pound 4c
Tho nverago man thinks ho will
havo plenty of tltno for everything
IX ho winds up his vtuch every da
of this city who U visitinji nt Mineral
Weill says: -
'Tho Daily Ardiiiorcito is Hotting tioltor
ovory tiny. I curt.ilnly npprocititu
its vislt.s while I inn from homo. Of tho
papers I onlotod to follow mu to tho
health ro.sort Tho Ardnioroito is tho only
ono that ranches mo every day. Tho
others either come very irregularly or
not at all."
What Mr. Scott snys of The Ariimoreitc
others arc sayini;. When you Icnve
for jour summer vacation order The
Artlmorcite to follow you.
PAID UP CAPITAL $150,000.00
SAFE METHODS CAREFUL MANAGEMENT
Wo solicit neounts waclhor largo or small, which will havo our careful
8AFETY DEPOSIT BOXES POR RENT
'tilt IIVI'.II VTIIINO
MAUI'. OI' 1 IS
WE ARE SPECIALISTS
Having practically closed out our Hurdwaro business, wo
aro dovoiing our entire limo to
Plumbing and Tin WorK
Wo can do your work hotter and moro promptly. Tele
phone and a representative will call and submit estimates
Oct of Town Orders Are Solicited
Practical Tinners and Plumbers. South Washington
ARDMOREITE DIRECTORY OF
TISHOMINGO, I. T.
First class accommodations.
Rates $2.00 per day.
Peyton J. Pruott, Prop.
ADA, I. T.
Rates $1.00 per day.
Finest Hotel In I) u rant, I. T.
W. F. Gilmer, Proprietor
When In Ardmori), I T stop at
$2.00 a day HoteL W. J. Alexander
DUNCAN, I. T.
Dost $2 house on tho Rock Island.
McKay & Sons, Props.
DAVI8, I. T.
H. IL Allen. Proprietor.
Rates $2 per day.
Rates $2 per day.
HUGO, I. T.
Rates $2 per day. Jim Thomas, Prop.
Tho only brick hotel in the city.
Flnst class accommodations.
MADILL, I. T.
V. W. Carter, Prop.
Rates $2 per day.
MANNSVILLE, I. T.
OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T.
GRAND AVENUE HOTEL.
First class In every rospect.
PAULS VALLEY, I. T.
Rates $2 per day.
8ULPHUR, I. T.
Rates $2 and up. Finest botol In tho
SULPHUR, I. T.
First class accommodation.
Tho leading hotel ot the city.
Undertaking and Embalming,
North Washington StreeL
Phonea 34i and 433.
Let us Install a telephone In your
residence for three and ono-thtrd cents
Our now 4 party lino system so ar
ranged that your bolls ring only when
you are called, giving yon the samo
service as an Independent lino, and It
costs you but on dollar ($1.00) per
For full particulars and explanation
call the local manager.
CHICKASAW TELEPHONE CO.