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THfi DAILY ARDMOREITE. Ardmore, Thursday, January 2, 1908. OPEN SECRETS. To overcome the well-grounded mid reasonable objections of the) Wore intelligent to the use of secret, medicinal compounds, Dr. II. V. Pierce, of Uuflalo, N. Y., some time ngo, decided to make a bold de parture from the usual course pursued by the makers of put-up medi cines for domestic use, and so published broadcast nnd openly to tha Whole world, a full nnd complete list of the ingredients entering into the composition of his widely celebrated medicines. Thus he has taken the many users of his medicines into his full confidence. Thus too he has absolutely and completely removed his medicines from among secret nostt-ums of doubtful merits, nnd made them 1U!M1CDIU O KNOWN COMPOSITION. f)r Pierce's medicines nre now In n class nil hy themselves feeing nbsolutely nnd In every sense Non-secret. By this bold step Dr. Pierce has shown that his formulas arc of such excellence that he is not afraid to subject them to the ftdlcst scrutiny. Not onlv doos tho wrapper of every bottle of "Dr. Pierco's (iolden Medical Discovery, tliu famous medicine fur weak itomncli, torpid Hvr or lillioiin ripfs nnd nil catnrrhnl diarnnrs wherever tocnlrd, have printed upon it, in ;jmi J-'nglmh, n full and com pli to list of all tlie liicmllents composing It, but n mall book (ins been compiled from numerous etntidnrd mrdicnf works, of all tlin different rchoolx of practice, containing very numerous extract from ttio writings of lending practitioners of medicine, endorsing in the ttrottgett jtottible terms, each nnd ever)' Ingredi ent contnlncd In Dr. l'icrco's medi cines. Ono of tliesn liltlo books will bn mnlled free ti nny ono rendinc r.ddress on postal enrd r,r by letter, to Dr. K.V. Pierce, lluffnlo, N. Y., nnd to,iiestlng tlio same. From this booklet it will bo learned that Dr. l'icrco's medicines con tain no alcoliol, narcotics, mineral agents or other poisonous or Injurious agents and tti.it tliey nru mado from native, medicinal roots of grent value; also tlmt some of tlio most valuablu In gredients contained In Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription for weak, nervous, over-worked, "run-down," nervous nnd debilitated women, ucroemploycd, long years ngo by tlio Indians for similar nllments affecting their squaws. In fact, one of tho most valuublu medic inal plants entering Into tho composi tion of Dr. Pierco's Fnvorito Prescrip tion was known to tlio Imlinns as "Squaw-Weed." Our knnwledp,i of tlio use of not n fow of our most valunlili native, medicinal plants won gained from tlio Indians. Ai mnde tin bv Improved nnd exact Srocesses, nnd with tlio uso of specially esigned chemical apparatus, tho Fit vorito Prescription" is n most elliclent remedy for n-gulnting all the womanly (unctions, correcting displacements, ns prolapsus, anteversion nnd retroversion, overcoming, painful periods, toning up tho nerves and bringing nbout n per fect stnto of health. Tho emct prajxirlion of the several In gredient used in theso medicines, as well ns the working formula and pecul iar processes, apparatus and appliances employed In their manufacture, are, withheld from publicity that Dr. Pierce's liroprietary rights may not be infringed anu trespaiueti upon by unprincipled HOME OR MONEY Will help you own it ilomu and you may got It on easy monthly payments with Unit runt money. Will Loan you Money on your City or Farm Property IUth tmyora for jour Parma anil Cltj Krai Kautv. Oommunloai with ADAMS BROS. Silitleaian llliltf. Phone Sl Aftlrnnr. Ok J. R. PULLIAM WSTICE OF THE PEACE Offlco in Pcmiliictoii-Slms building, West Main street, ,The Crescent Hotel! I Tho Crescent Hotel In this city has boon recently refurnished throughout nnd In today tho best equipped hostelry In tho city. V.'o uo prepared to glvo tho very best tccoinmodnttous to tho traveling pub ic nnd wo solicit tho patronage of Regular boarders and roomers. Tho lotol lias a nlco samplo room In onncctlon. All tho rooms havo out-' dde exposuro nnd aro equipped with tot and cold baths and nro wn I entod and the ventilation fa perfect, iates, $:,00 per day. VER& HEALD, Proprietors' W. F. GILMER tUCCtSIOR TO CARTER ft GANNON I Yosr Business Solicited AND Will Be Appreciated P0ST0FFICE BUILDING FIRE INSURANCE Imitators nnd thoso'wbo may be pirati cally inclined. Dr. John Fj fo, of Fnugaturk, Conn., IMItor of tho Department of Therapeu tics In Tiik Kn.KCTio Hkvikw says of I'lilcorn root llelnnmn Dioini) nnn of the chief ingredients of Dr. Pierce's Fn vorito Prescription: A remedy which Invariably acta as n uterine Invigorator nnd always favors it condition which mnkes for normal activity of the entire reproductive system, ennnot fall to be of great lUefiilnoM and of tlio utmost Importance to tho general practitioner of medicine." "Itelonlns morn fully nnsnera .tha obovo purposes than nm other drug with tchieh I rim naiuain'tetl. In the treatment of dicasca peculiar to women It is seldom that n case Is seen which does not present soma Indication for this remedial agent." "inn lollowlng nre among tho lead ing indications for llelonlns: Pain or aching in tho back, with leucorrhea) atonic (weak) conditions of tho repro ductive orgnns of women, mental de pression and Irritability, associated with chronic diseases of tho reproductlvo organs of women, conMnnt sensation of heat In tho region of the. kidneys t monorrhagia, ("Hooding") dun to a weakened condition of tlio reproductive system; nmenorrhen, nrising from or accompanying nil abnormal condition of the dlgcMivo organs and an unemla (thin blood) habit; drugging sensation In the eitiemo lower part of tho ab domen." If morn or Icfsof the nbovo symptoms nre precont, no invalid woman can do better than take Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription, which Is rich in nil the medical properties of Unicom root, or llekinlas. MK! AND tt'OMKN should havo n good medical book hnudy. They should have n book that trend! of the M'xologicnl relations of tho sexes as well as how nod when to ad vint son and daughter. A Handard work Is the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, by K.V. Pierce, M. D. Send Ml one-cent Hamps for the latest thoroughly revised, cloth-hound book, or lit ttampH for tlio paper-covered volume. A ml reus Dr. It. V. Pierce, lluffnlo, N. Y. Notice. Notice Is hereby given that tho stockholders of tho Danker' Nation nl bank will hold their uiinu.il moot ing In tlio offlco of tho bank in Ardmore. Oklahoma, nt 2 o'clock p. m., January 11, 100S. P. C. DINC.S, President, i: V nitKKN, Cannier. For Weak Kidneys Inflammation of the blad der, urinary troubles and backache use nnd Bladder puis A Week's Treatment 25c B. C. D.WITT aV CO.. Chlcuo, I1L For bale by W. D, Frame. THE TELEPHONE NUMBER .or... t The Ardmore Heat and Light Co. "168 THE CITIZENS WILL CONFER A GREAT FAVOR, SHOULD THEY DISCOVER ANY LEAKS, BY CALL ING UP AND NOTIFYING THE COMPANY. THIS IS FOR YOUR IN TEREST AS WELL A3 OURS. Ardmore Heat and Light Co. CURRENT TOPICS AT CAPITAL JOHNSON SAYS (lly Willis J. Abbot.. Ardmorolto 8m-cIdJ WiuthliiKtoti, Jan. I. At tho onnn-st solicitation of tho New York World (lovernor John A. Jnhtipon of Ml line lotn, Iiiih Issued n statement of his conviction ns to what should bo tho chief issue of tho next domocrntlc national campaign. A'hnt ho xnld Is as thoroughly dem ocratic Ih ho Ih, nnd ho la n trim demixmL What ho 'has not ttald wilt proluihly occur to him Inter in tho discussion of national Issues. Gov, Johnson InalHts that the tar iff Ih the ono paramount Ihhuo. "Tho trust prohlnm la htlll to bo solved," ho nays, "hut whllo BonrrJiliiK for thu complclo remedy wo can nt lenHt withdraw from their irrnsp tho upoelal pilvllcKCS they havo enjoyed under a hlnh protectlvo tariff. It must 1o apparent that our present tariff, whllo mainly responsible for tho existence of tho trusts, is In ad- illt Ion :i tax Ukiii tho masses for tho benefit of tho fow." Tho general fooling In WnshliiKton Is Clint Governor Johnson Is right ns far ns lio goes, hut ho does not go far enough. Tho demand of tho dem ocratic patty for tho revision of tho tariff Is n historic thing, so notorlom n thing, so well established n fact that for n national flguro now to come out nnd announce It for n complete platform makes ono think of Tom Head's remark that Theodore Itoosevelt 'had discovered tho ten eummnnilmeiits, or tho members of parliament celebrated by Dickens, whose most nilemn utternmft was, "My friends, let ns bo nioriil.' .Mr. Johnson Is right us to tho tariff, but surely ho should see tuimethltig beyond tho tariff ns mi Issuo In the next campaign, or for that matter the campaign which ia already under way. Ho Is tho ohlef executive of n state which lias Isith profiled and suffered by rallro.nl dom ination. No one wll question that Minnesota nnd .St Paul, tho great state of .Minnesota nnd tho states stretching west of it to the moun tains, wero given a great impetus hy the enterprise of tlio railroad build ers In tho northwest. No ono will question either that tho railroad builders profited unite as much ns the stato. It may lx n question whether nny ten thousand pooplo In Minnesota havo found iih inue.li prof- It ns thu ono nmn, James J. 11111. Mr. Hill would not bo affected by tho tariff ono way or the other. Should not, tho railroads bo consid ered as ono of tho Issues of tho coming camjalgn? Governor Johnson rightly says that the tariff Is tho mother of thetriists. if that Is true. the railroads nro the father. If tho trusts aro to ho attacked, they can not bo attacked only along tho 1 in . of tariff revision. .Mr. llryan some weeks ago put tho issues of tho camir.ilgu Into n much bettor phase when ho said that tho tariff, tho rail roads anil tho trusts woru matters so Inextricably interwoven that no one could bo 8il'i;essfiilly attacked without attacking them nil; that there wns no paramount Issue, but that nil wore of equal lmiortanco and the fundamental Issues uhjii which domocrntlc 'leglsaltlon (Jould stand for that mounoly or nny sort In private hands should ho ntUckcd nml destroyed. Governor Johnson Is progressing along these Hik-s, nnd Is likely to be a pillar of strength in tho campaign of tho democratic party against pri vate monopoly. Who Led In 19W7 Tho New York World, which coax- nl from (rovemor Johnson his state ment concerning tho tariff Issue, prints with great enthusiasm theso headlines: "Till: WOIU.D LKDTllB TAHIFF ItKKOll.M IN 1S92; THF. WOULD SHOULD M:aI) AGAIN." Tho World Is too modest. It led the ticket for Palmer nnd Hucknor In lS'Jfi. That surely shoul djustlfy Its renewed leadership. Still tho dis aster which befell that ticket a bolt Ing ticket ought not to bo ifharged nltogther against the World. Hut It surely should boast of Its success in leading tho campaign of 1904, Of all great eastern nrwspapurs, tho World was most influential In forcing tlio nomination of Judge Parker nnd most ablo In urging his election. It boas ted of Its part In getting him to send tho famous gold standard tel egram. The result of tho leadership of tho World was that Judgo Par ker ran something llko 1,500,0)0 votes behind .Mr. Prynns voto of four years oarller. Suroly after this record no ono can question tho ns. scrtlon in tho World's headline that as It has KM tho campaign of IS?'.', It should load again, shows modesty TARIFF IS ISSUE unpnrnllod, nnd n forgctfulness of 1901 which tho candidates lu that campaign hardly themselves pos sess. Two Parties In Ohio. Ohio is to bo n fighting ground, n real Armageddon, In tho prollmlnary campaign for tho presidency. Tho fighting Is fiercest in tho republican camp. A reiipbllcnn member of con gress from that state said today nt thu new Wllland -hotel that no Jbodyl outsldo of Ohio appreclatt-d the bltternosH of tho feeling between Koraker and tho Taft fusions In tho state. Ho went on to point out that every tlmo Ohio had had n favorite son for the presidency nnd there was Interference from tho outside, either from tho W-hlto llotuu or from oth er externnl Influences, that man had been beaten. John Sherman was tho most striking Illustration of this truth, but n list of till those thus handicapped would nuiouiit to n po litical history of tho state. Today tho most popular mnn on tho repub lican side lu Ohio Is Toraker. Ills public llfo has extended through all tho years slneo the civil war. Ho has held every elective offlco that tho people of the stato has had to glvo him. Ho Is courageous, frank nnd stands openly for tho reactionary Kllcy In ihis own party nod for what has como to bo known ns stnnd patlsm. People who dlsagreo with his eonvlsttoiis ndmlro his character. Hut they lime lu Ohio a hnblt of vot ing for I'oraker. They havo elected him governor, congressman nnd sen ator, without nny help from a na tional administration nnd to my cer tain knowledge with a voert hostil ity of the cKluley administration. Wherefo.o ho has back of him n great body of voters trained to tho lAiniker habit. Secretary Taft has tho great nil vantage of the administration back of him provided the administration, which Is notoriously fickle, may not :liniige its mind. Ho has the ndynn tngo of having never been n candi date for elective offlco of nny lm jMrtnnce. It is true that ntter having filled n place of United Suites dls tilct Judge, by nppolutment, ho be came a candidate for election nnd succeeded, by graco of Hoys Cox of Cincinnati. Kvery other iiosltlon ho has held has como to him by nr IKilntmeiit and without struggle be fore tho voters. Ills political career, such as It has leen, has Ih'cii ns smooth nnd placid as his voyage around the world on United States men of war at public expense nnd through tranquil summer t-cas. There may bo democratic contests In Ohio. Some newspapers, not fa mous for their democracy, havo as serted that there would be. Tho Hon. Judsoii Harmon of Cincinnati, once attorney general in tho cabinet of drover Cleieland, is easily put for ward by republican newsjiapers as the favorite ou of tho state. Llko overjono elso Mr. Harmon has a per fect right to aspire to a democratic presidential nomination nnd his friends havo an equal right to en courage hint lu It. True It has been some years since Mr. Harmon has Ix'Oii hoard of ,ns a soldier lu the ranks, of even as a lieutenant or a captain, Ono recalls him ns a mem ber of the Cleveland cabinet who wns not Btrongly In accord with tho party In lS9ti. Ono does not remem ber him ns having returned with en thusiasm at any tlmo slneo then. However strong the stnto of Ohio, however strategetle Its position, It might he well for the friends of Judge Harmon to consider whether n man so little Identified with ac tive democratic jiolltles lu the last twolvo years has a sufficient ac quaintance outsldo of tho stato to mako him a thoroughly available candidate for tho presidency. No More Two Per Cent. I have closed my former business and will engage In tho seed and feed business from this tlmo on. I will keep a fresh line of seed that tho farmers ran depend upon and will carry a full lino of feed and solicit your orders. Phone 701. 29-lra JOB IIASTINE. At the beginning of a now year new account books, blanks, etc., nre generally ncwled In tho office. We can namo you Interesting figures on such articles. Get our prices and note tho superior quality of our books. 29 F. J. ItAJfSEY, Druggist. When tha baby Is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that n little Cascasweet, tho well known remedy for babies and chll drun, vrlll quiet tho little ono In short tlmo. Contains no opiates. Sold by W. 11. Kramo . d&w LOUISIANA MAN TO HANG LEE COLEMAN, MURDERER OP SHERIFF, MUST PAY THE DEATH PENALTY. Hy Southwestern Press, New Orleans, 1l, Jan, 2. Leo Colemnn, tho Calcasieu parish mur derer, whoso friends have mado a notablo nm! determined effort to save him from tho gallows, will bo hanged tomorrow unless Governor lllniichnrd grnnts.nnothcr stny. This Is considered unlikely, ns Coleman's case has already been passed uih on by n hoard of pardons, consist ing of the lieutenant governor, tho attorney general nnd tho Judge who presided nt tho trial. Tills board re fused to Interfere with tho execution of tho sentence of denth passed upon Colemnn, Tho crime of which Colemnn was convicted was tho murder of Deputy Sheriff Sclmmnker, which occurred during n saloon In.iwl lu tho little town of Do Wilder e.trlv last Octo ber. Enmity had existed between Coleman nnd tho deputy fdicrllt for some time, culminating -In their meeting In n saloon nnd tho shooting of Schumakcr. At tho trial Coleman declared that ho believed his life was In danger nnd that ho shot the deputy sheriff In self defense. It was shown nt tho trial that Cole man frequently became intoxicated and was at such times of a quar relsomo disposition. Tho execution was first set for tho latter part of last month, but a reprieve wns granted by tho governor, nt tho request of qoleman's friends, In order that tho board of pr.rdons might Investigate tho case. CRAND JURY WILL PROBE. Will Investigate Affairs of New York Banks. Hy Southwestern Press. New York. Jan. 2. A special grand Jury sworn In before Justice Howling today will probe tho affairs of tho International Trust company, the Hamilton bank, tho Provident Sav ings Llfo Assurance society and prob ably the management of tho Knicker bocker Trust company. Tho recent banking scandals will bo thorough ly Investigated by tho grand Jury, as Attorney General Jackson Is de termined that tho guilty men bo un covered nnd mado to pay tho penalty for their illegal financial operations. And many n girl's shirt waist Is rumpled becauso of too muda pres sure. COMPARE OUR SERVICE WITH OTHERS. Postal Telegraph Cable Co. N. Washington St. Tel. No. 31. It is More Convenient to trade where you can get everything. It is Better to trade where you can always get the best. Wc have everything in fresh and cured xjieats, causage, cheese, oysters, fish and celcrj. Every order delivered promptly. Cold Storage Market BANKERS NATIONAL ... BANK... PAIO UP CAPITAL $150,000.00 8AFE METHODS. Wo solicit accounts whother large or small, which will have our careful attenUon. SAFETY DEP08IT BOXES FOR RENT. J. A BIVEN8, President. A. H. PALMER, Cashier. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK ARDMORE, OKLA. Capital , $100,000.00 Surplus Funds 75,000.00 Accounts of firms nnd Individuals solicited!! Courteous treat ment accorded to nil alike. A FEW REASONS Why We Should Do Your Plumbing and Tin WorK Wo employ only tho most skilled mochnnlcs. Wo flRuro every contract iljwn to ns closo u margin as le gitimate business will permit. When wo linvo done your work It never lves you nny trouble becauso wo do it right. Our stock or bath room fixtures Is ns lino ns you will find in nny town. linvo us IlKiiro with you beforo you let nny contracts for tin or plumbing work. SPREKELMEYER COMPANY TINNERS PlUMBtRS AND OAS FITTERS. L. P. ANDERSON, President. . 0. F. FRENSLEY, Vice President C. L. ANDERSON, Cashier. .. .C. S. MAUPIN, Assistant Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK ARDMORE, OKLA. Capital Paid In $ 60,000.00 Surplus Funds 165,000.00 $165,000.00 Total .$225,000.00 Tho oldest bank In Indian Tsrrltory. Accounts of firms nnd Individuals solicited upon tho most liberal terms consistent with good banking. Km New January Edison Phono graph records received. We have a magnificent line of New Year novelties. We ask you to come and visit our store. ARDMORE BOOK STORE Boyd's Old Stand. E. E. GUILLOT id Cotton, Grain and Stocks I'OSTOmCK HUIMUNO ARDMORE, - , OKLA. Minimum Orders Accepted V bales of cotton, 1000 bushels of grain, 10 shares of stook. Reference Ardmore Banks. Long Distance Phone 828, Redfield $ Clark INSURANCE AGENTS Prompt Settlement on Fire 2 and Tornado Losses. Dr. E. J. Woodard will tnovo his dental offices this week from tho Nobol building to rooms 12 and H iver Ardmoro Pharmacy. Bonners' old stand. Phono CS. 29.fi CAREFUL MANAGEMENT. DON LACY, Vice, President FRED C. CARR, hitU Cashier. EUROPEAN PLAN Grand Avenue Hotel OKIahoma City, OKI. I havo ono of tho Bawdiest cafes this sldo of Kansas City. When you nro In our city would bo pleased to havo you mako us a visit T. C. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. Kennedy's Laxative Coag!) S ynip CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR Relieves Colds br working thtm out of tha avutflm thrntlh rnnlnna !s,nd healthy action of the bowels. Relieves Coughs by cleansing the mucous memsranes or me mrott, chest and bronchial tubes. "As plsaMfit to the tMto s Mpls Sugar" Children Like It For Sale by W. B. Frame. Vienna Cafe Three regular meals served acli day. Weekly rates at imasonaWo prices. Open day anl night. Lunch at nil hours. Special bill of fare on Sundays. Don't forget the Ladles' Exchange conducted by Mrs. Taylor. IrV.;. TAYLOR, Prop. CECIL FRENSLEY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER WAGON Phone 631 or leave orders it Jak Williams' Meat Market.