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Ardmore. Tuesday, January 7, 1908.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
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H. A. HATCHER
, Civil Engineer
Townsite, Hydraulic and Railroad
surveys, nans, i-.sumaics, maps
and Illuo 1'rlntB.
It. C. l'otterf.
K. A. Walker.
POTTERF & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counselors at I-aw
OR. E. J. WOODWARD
Offlco over llonnor's Old Stand
GEOROG R. WALKER,
WILLIrtlS W. WRIGHT, I
Formerly With Dawes Commlsclon. ;
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matters boforo tho Interior De
Offices Washington Ijoan &
Washington, D. C.
Chas. J. Knpp'.or. Chas. H. Merllllat
Compiler Active Court
Laws and Treaties" Practitioner.
KAPPLER & MERILLAT,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Practice before nil Courtn: Con
Kress. Government departments and
CommlBBlons. Indian cases a spe
cialty. Office, Pond Rld'g. Washington D. C,
W. Ij. Freeman. Olllo Anderton.
FREEMAN & ANDERTON
Pennington & Sims Building.
DR. J. M. VADEN
Offlco In Frensley Building over
Hotchklss' Jewelry Store.
Offlco Phono 7H2 lies. Phono 71
DR. F. W. BOADWAY
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlco in llandol Iliilldlng.
Offlco Phono 91
llesldenco Phono 395.
Drs. von Keller, Hardy 4 Henry.
Modern equipment for tho scientific
treatment of all surgical cases.
Trained nurses In attendances
DR. J. L. COX
Physician and Surgeon
Ofllco in Randol Ilulldlng.
Phono 91. Ardmore, Okla.
W. M. ANDERSON
Offlco: Smith's I.tvery Darn.
BROWN & BRIDGMAN
Funeral Directors and Licensed
tljirgest Lino of Funeral Goods In
Havo mo write your deeds and
mortgages and mako your abstracts
Work corroclly nnd promptly done.
Undertaking and Embalming.
North Washington St
Phones 341 and 433.
W. A. TACKETT
Offlco In Slms-Pennlngton Building.
IleBldenco Phone 170 Blue.
Office Phono 170 lied.
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Rates J2.00 per day.
First-class accomm 'atlons, Rates
$2.0 per day.
PEYTON J. PRUETT, Prop.
Hates, J51.C0 per da.
Finest hotel In Diirant, Oklahoma.
W. F. GILMER, Prop.
Best 12.00 house on tho Hock
McKAY & SONS, Props.
W. W. CARTER Prop.
Rates 2.00 par day.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
GRAND AVE NUB HOTEL
First-class In evory respect.
PAULS VALLEY, OKI.A.
Rates $2.00 por day.
Finest Hotel In Southwest.
Kates t2 and up.
Tho lending hotel of tlio city.
THE ARLINGTON HOTEL
The New Hotel nt
MRS. 11URTON Prop.
Hate9 $1.00 por day.
Mrs. J. A. Rogers, I'roprl tress.
Hates 2.00 ier day.
H. H. Allen, ITeprlotor.
212 WEST MAIN
I? whoro you see tho latest nnd
hlfilicMt class movliiR plcturos
and Illiiftrntcd sours; and In-structl,-
comlo, nnd very lonu
tlful entertainment for ladles
Admission, ndults 10e
Illustrated songs Iby Miss Hun
ter. Open 0:30 to 10:30 i. m.
Matlneo every afternoon, C:30.
The Best that money
Try a sack, same price
as other high grade
229 West Main Street
On now 11ml second-band
household woods of all kind
but to keep the business
ffoins: wo still buy. hwnp,
rent, repair, store, pack and
ship and sell to anybody on
C. P. HALL
Tho House Panic Outtitter
ARDMORE HACK LINE
D. E. FLYNT, Prop.
Hack leaves for Hcaldton at
G:30 a. m.
Hack leaves for Elk at 7:30
Direct connections with all
inland towns west of Ard
more. Ijeavo all packages at tho
City Drug Store.
W. A. PRIDE!
Is now 1
to do all kinds of
See our stock of plumbing Hz
tures and got our prices.
Call phono 368 and wo will call j
ud make your estimate A
We carry Gas nunicrs and Gas
Fixtures of every description.
8TEVENS, KENNERLY &
5-4 8PRAGINS CO.
ly Mr, t. It. Sturgeon, I'lionutl ll.ni.te (13 I, Office 0.
The sweetest bird builds near the
Tho loveliest flower springs low;
And wo must stoop for bapp!eiiss,
If we Its worth must know.
All members of the Maecabees are
urgently requested to bo present
at a meeting to bo held tomorrow
(Wednesday) in tho K. of P. hall
at 2:30 p. nt., business of import
ance to bo transacted.
Tho Merrle Wives will meet In
call session with Mrs. Wort Frank
lin Wednesday afternoon.
Tho Ferndalo Review Club 'will
meet Wednesday nfterno u with Mrs.
1 (!oo. llulard.
MIhs Hammonds who has boon
visiting at her home In Holden, Mo.,
has returned to her school ltitlos
In tho High School.
Miss jgeo ,0110 of the favo n
teachers, has returned from a hol
iday vacation in Lincoln, Neb.
Tho many frlendH of Miss Kugenla
Nlvouche are delighted that sho and
her mother havo decided to make
this their homo nnd have moved
hero from Davis.
Mrs. Orlgsby who has been lett-
WILL IMPROVE SULPHUR
NOW CITY OF FIRST CLASS EX
PECT APPROPRIATION FROM
CONGRESS TO IMPROVE.
Sulphur, Jan. 7. The city council
having received noti.) that tho gov
ernor has declared Sulphur a city of
tho first class, met last night in spec
ial session. C. J. Wobster was elect
ed president of tho council. It. K.
Rawlins was appointed pollco Judge.
Sidewalks and street paving were
discussed. Tho council determined,
now that they havo tho power, to
tnko Bteps Immediately to iut In
many miles of sidewalks and to pavo
the city in tho business and hotel
Tho belief is general throughout
tho north and enst that tho present
congress will appropriate a largo
sum for tho furthor Improvement or
tho Piatt LVatlonal park. This Is
causing many magazines to send rep'
resentatlves hero to collecot data for
stories on tho National playground
at this plac which Is separated from
tho city only by a broad driveway
It is More
to trade where you can
to'tradc where you can
always get the beat.
We have everything Jin
fresh and cured meats,
causage, cheese, oysters,
fish and celery.
Every order delivered
Ing her daughter, Mrs. Hob Poand,
has returned to her home In Dallas.
Miss Noll (Iiiltin of Gainesville who
Is teaching school at Ada stopped
over and spent Sunday with Mrs.
Mrs, I'. i:. Anderson and bright
llttlo daughter, Josephine, of Fort
Worth, aro guests of Dr. and Mrs.
A. E. Adams on Hargrove Heights.
What noted writers have said of
Woman Is a mlraclo ttl divine
A woman's best qualities do not
reside In her lutelect, Nit In her af
Women aro passive agents nnd
when lovo prompts them they can
out3Uffer martyrs. Sheldon.
Woman nlono knows true lyalty
of affection. Schiller.
Men lovo first and most warmly;
women lovo last nod longest. Curtis.
Woman's heart Is like a lithograph
er s stone what Is onco written Uion
It cannot be rubbed out. Thackeray.
called tho boulevard. The boulevard,
llko tho park Itsolf, Is the property
of tho United States. This great
government driveway encircles tho
entire reservation. It Is believed a
part of tho appropriation will bo used
In paving that part of the boulevard
passing tho business nnd resident
sections of tho city.
A few editors have come in person
for data for their stories and for out
lugs as well.' Tho last of these
scholnrly gentlemen to arrlvo In Sul'
phur Is J. I). Taylor, of Chicago, odt-
tor of tho Southwest Trail. Mr.
Taylor has an interesting ersonallty
and Is displaying much zest and
energy In his outing and in collecting
tho data for his magazlno article Ho
Is visiting tho oldest Indians of this
section and is getting from them
first hand tho ancient history of tho
great springs whoso "modlclno wat
ers euro sick man neap quWk
Many Mexico Americans havo ro
contly quietly taken up their res
denco in this reso,-t. D. O. Mills
who arrived hero today from tho
City of Mexico was seen by your
correspondent and asked to glvo
reasons for tho apparent exodus of
Americans from tho southern re
public. Mr. Mills replied: "Diaz
one of tho world's greatest rulers
His personality iervades tho enUro
republic and proteuts all Interests,
I Hit Diaz Is old. With tho passing
of Diaz will come reolutlon, finan
cial depression and panic. This is
our reason for getting out of Mexl
ti. Wo nro coming to Oklahoma be
cause you havo fine soils, flno ell
mate, nnd grent undeveloped natural
resources. jftor wo determined
lcavo Mexico, wo studied tho map of
tno world and decided to settlo In th
undeveloped Indian country of your
now state. This groat Indian coun
try Is going to devolop as If by mag'
ic when tho restrictions nro romov
By Southwestern Press.
Washington, Jan. 7. Several cab
inet members and other invited
guests will bo present at tho annual
dinner to bo given tonight by Vice
President nnd Mrs, Fairbanks tn lion
or of President and Mrs. lloosevult,
Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
la grippe coughs aro dangerous as
they frequently develop pneumonia
Foley's Honey und Tar not only stops
tno cougn but heals and strengthon
the lungs so that no serious results
need bo feared, Tho genulno Foley"!
Honey nnd Tar contains no harmful
drugs and is in a yellow package,
Ucfuso substitutes, 3
Deadly Hog Chera.
Manchester, Ok., Jan. C. An op!
domic bollovcd to bo cholera, which
h.-iB caused tho death of more than
30 hogs belonging to C. T. Ilrown
an extenslvo hog raUer of this lo
cality, continues unabated. Tho dl
ease started through tho purchaso o
a flno hog by Mr. Ilrown at the Roy
al stock show at Kansas City
October. This animal took sick a few
days after his return and died. Tho
disease then spread through tho
To insuro safety, nave your Gas
piping and Oas fitting done by '
STBVKNS, KENNERI,Y &
6-4 SPRAGI.N3 CO.
A BIG SAVING
TO THE STATE
SPEAKER MURRAY MAKES RUL
ING ON PAY OF MEMBERS.
DURING LEGISLATURE RECESS
Showing That Neither Members Nor
Employ's Shall Receive Pay Dur.
Ing .1 Recess of More Than
Guthilo, Okla., Jan. 7. SHiker
Murray has ruled that during recess
cs of the legislature for morn than
three days, which under tho const!
tutlon requires concurrence of both
houses, that neither the members
nor employ's shnll receive pay dur
IllK Hlit-ll It-roan. I II In uimilims III
oiisldoruble saving to tho state, Tho
xpensos of the Oklahoma legislature
4 $1,3.10 per day, and this ruling
would mean n saving of $21,370. Till
ruling Is 11 new departure, but cor-
alnly In tho Interest of economy.
Speaker Murray seems to believe In
the doctrine that only bo who works
shall bo paid. Tho ruling Is us fol-
Senator Murray's Ruling.
On Sections twenty-tlvo nnd twen
ty-one of Artlclo 11 vo of tho State
Constitution, relative to pay of mem
bers during recesses of tho legisla
ture, nnd construction of the Consti
tutional term of one hundred and
sixty days, as provided in Bald sec
tion twenty-llvo. Speaker Murray
That when tho legislature, shall
at any tlmu adjourn, for more than
three days, siii.1i adjournment for
such time, requiring tho consent of
both houses, as provided In section
thirty of article live, that during
such recess of more than three days
tho pay of both the members of tho
houso and tho employes thereof
shall cease, except for BUch employ
es as aro necessarily retained on
duty during tho whole or any part
of such recess, and, further, that
any legislative committee Instruct
ed to perform any duties, such ns
travelling to different parts of tho
state to Investigate public lustltu
Hons, and tho like, tho members of
said committee shnll bo paid their
actual expenso If performing such
duties during tho sessions of tho
legislature (as they then draw por
diem), but if performing such duties
during a recess, then they shall re
cqlvo per diem, and when travelling
tholr nctual expenses; nnd, that tho
constitutional limit provided for in
fcectlon twenty-one of nrtlclo five,
that "Tho first session of tho legls
laturo held by vlrtuo of this const!
tutlon shall not exceed one hundred
and sixty days," tho number of days
constituting such recesses shall not
be Included or calculated in tho to
tal number of days of tho session
but that tho constitutional limit of
one hundred and sixty days shall bo
tho days of tho term when mem
bers nro upon tho pay roll and ro
ceivlng their per diem.
No More Department Leases.
Tulsa, Okla., Jan. C Agent Hot
Millard of tho Osngo Indians has
bet 11 notified by tho department o
the Interior that there will bo no
more departmental leases of grazing
laud in the Osngo nation. Individual
members of tho trlbo "will soon be
put In possession of tho first, sou
cm! and third selection of lauds as
allotments and will bo privileged
to IraBo them to whomsovor they
desire. Already largo cattle dealers
bavo entered Into many contracts to
teaso allotments of various tribes
men, but the order of tho depart
ment of tho Interior means thousands
of now farms and farmers the com
ing year, ns tho old tribal grazing
lands will be a thing of tho pasL
Of Vital Importance.
No other orgnns of tho body aro so
essential to good health ns the kid
neys. Foley's Kidney Remedy makes
tho kidneys healthy so that ihoy will
strain out tho Impurities from tho
blood which Is constantly passing
through them. Commence taking Fo
ley's Kidney Remedy at tho first
sign of danger. Sold by all drug
gists. BRIDE TAKER DROPS DEAD.
Thomas F. Lone0an Dies Sudenly
at His Home.
San Francdsco, Col., Jan. C. For
mer Supervisor Thomas F. Ixnegan,
dropped dead at his home hero ear
Ho was one of the members of tho
board of supervisors who confessed
to having recently received bribes
from tho United States Tolophono
company and other corporations.
THE GREATEST CURE
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Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, La Grippe,
Quinsy, Hoarseness, Hemorrhage of the Lungs,
Weakness of tho Lungs, Asthma and
all diseases of
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Eleven years co Dr. King's New Discovery permanently cured
me of a severe and dangerous throat and lung trouble, and I've
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I SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY I
Danced Himself to Death.
Tulsa, Okla., Jan. fi. As the re
sult of dancing nil one night nt nil
ullaii festlvvlty, Ko-wan-ho-tba-ah-le,
snld to bo the largest man In the
Osage tribe, Is dead nt his lodge near
Pawhnska. Ke-wah-ho-tsa-ah-lo was a
prominent character among his peo
ple nnd was well known to the white
settlers In tho Osngo nation. Ho was
advanced In years nnd was ono of
about halt a dozen Osago warriors
surviving the bloody war between tho
Osage and Kansas Indians In Kan-
s.is some fifty years ago.
k Smelter for Oartlesvllle.
Ilartlosvllle, Okla., Jan. C It Is
expected that theannounceniont will
bo made (shortly that nrransemcntB
hnvu been completed for tho erection
of a plant of tho Prime Western
Smelting company In this city. Repre
sentatives of tho comiuny havo been
hero sometime looking over tho
ground and have already lot bids on
a part of tho work.
When n girls hair Is nlco and curly
sho never has any religious doubts.
Is a non-secret, non-alcoholic and
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can do no harm in any state or con
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Delicate, nervous, weak women,
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backache, dragging-dowu distress
low down in the abdomen, or from
painful or irregular monthly pe
riods, gnawing or distressed sen
sation in stomach, dizzy or faint
spells, see imaginary specks or
spots floating before eyes, have dis
agreeable, pelvic catarrhal drain,
ulceration, prolapsus, anteversion,
retroversion, or other displacements
of womanly organs from weakness
of parts, will, whether they experi
ence many or only a few of the
above symptoms, find relief and,
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ing faithfully and fairly persistently
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
This woild- famed specific for
woman's weaknesses and peculiar
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of the choicest native, medicinal
Hcaldton, Okla., Jan. 4. Tho week
Is closing with n big rain and the
roads nro In had shape.
Cotton Is nbout all In, Somo 15 or
20 bales yet to gin.
Moving Is going on, on all sides.
11. F. I.ncky, our blacksmith will
movo to Wayne.
Dr. Teaguo has moved into towri.
Mr. Itaney will movo to I)lxlo.
J. M. Nicholas wilt movo to south
Mrs. Collier of Dlxlo spent a fow
days In our town this week, tho guest
of her daughter, Mrs. Gordon.
Dr. Cordon still remains In a very
critical condition with llttlo It any
Miss Ollllo Ormr Intends leaving
for school at Ardmore today It the
Wo benr of no sickness.
To Insuro safety, havo your Cai
piping and tias fitting done by
STKVENS, KU.NNERL.V &
1 Sl'KAUI.NB CO.
roots without a drop of alcohol fa
its make-up. All Us ingredients
arc printed in plain English on its
bottle-wrapper nnd attested under
oath. Dr. Pierce thus invites tho
fullest investigation of his formula
knowing that it will be found to
contain only the best agents known
to the most advanced medical sci
ence of nil the different schools of
practice for the cure of all woman's
peculiar weaknesses and ailments.
Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets and
Antiseptic Suppositories may also
be used with great advantage con
jointly with the use of the "Favor
ite Prescription" in all cases of
ulceration, and in pelvic catarrh.
They cost only 25 cents a box each,
at drug stores or, sent by mail,
post-paid on receipt of price in
stamps by Dr. Pierce whose ad
dress is given below.
If you want to know more about
the composition and professional
endorsement of the "Favorite Pre
scription," send postal card request
toXJr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.,
for his free booklet treating of same. '
You can't afford to accept as a
substitute for this remedy of known
composition a secret nostrum of un
knoum composition, Dou't do it.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets art
the original "Little Liver Pills"
first put-up by old Dr. Pierce over
40 years ago. Much imitated, but
never equaled. They cleanse, in
vigorate aud regulate stomach, liver
and bowels, curing biliousness aud
constipation. Little sugar-coated
granule! easy to take m candy.