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Ardmore, Wednesday, March, 4, 1908
, PAGE TWO
THE DAILY ARDMORITE.
hi'M'ii room 'J story house
wo blocks west of High
' Hlod 250, Northeast
The southwest corner of
2 ll) acres of land. I miles
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ast or Ada, Uklu.. period
vine, ?iu i er ncru.
, Two I room modern cot
ngos on West Main.
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I iu ai'ii's i.iNii) iu iiv.ii-.-i in
i?ulMation, restrictions re
,hnoed title, north of hind-
1 I'or t rms on above see
' Opera House BUI;.
Ardmore. - Oklahoma
United Mates Depository
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Capital, Surplus and Additional
If tills hunk Ih II Hllfo plneo
r the I'll) , state mill nation to
1 deposit tlll'lT flllllls it Is II Hllfll
t place for the fanner ami liusl-
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ness man to Keep nm tunus.
LEE CRUCE, President
G. W. STUART, Cashier
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Xrx mtl.tittt -, l.i. In m Itiillitlnt'
a n iviiuiiiiii j mi uitia tii u lit 1 1 11 -.
Uric ic Iti-HHsrt Houses
llr! k O' Inineyjl
HrlcK ! nu s
r ausf n- 1, 11 tit o brlok. Prompt
ttln .it; 1 f i nished on work any
a 1 lr " .it Ardmore.
P. V. Petty
IT,iK Oonr ictnr ami Ituilder.
We llnd eii, pi mint for
the idle. T a jil.tnu' t'l"
JOHNSON S KELLER
North Washington St.
V Mrn4nt r"k I
CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR
Re1Uv Coldi br working thim
out of tht tyttem through a copiou
ud healthy action or the dowi.
Ri1ivi Coug-hs by cleanlnj tht
mucout menibrin of th throat.
cbat and bronchial tubaa.
14 Aa pleaaaat to tho Ust
ax Wi la Sugar"
.Children Like It
jt Rsl. I 1. US O Cr- rr.
, "IV UJ ir, mt I .
BUT MISSOUniAN FAILS TO KILL
HIS WIFE AND HIMSELF.
Thomas Ray of Springfield Forced
Undertaker to Write Farewell
Notes, Then Went Into Street
and Dcgan Flrlno.
Springfield. .Mo., March 3. After j
visiting a Springfield iimlortakliiK os-t.iiiil-lniK'iii
ami purchasing ceilllns
fur li.s wife and himself mill forcing
undertaker with a revolver to
e a farewell note for hltn, Thomas
lt.i. once w-ll-to-do hut now a
n r. met hit young wife today
it) .1 crowded street Mild filed four
huts at her. The woman Hitnk to
the sidewalk, ahnt la the face and
thunmh the left una. Two or the
bullets Intended for hor went wild.
Mr-. Way was severely wounded hut
U exiiecled to leeover.
llellevliiK thftt ho hail killed her.
Hay turned the weapon toward Ills
own heart, hut the rotnnlnliiK cart
ridge failed to expliMlc. lie ran to a
livery stable a abort distance away
and surrendered to the police, Jeal
ousy Ih Bald to have prompted Hay
After being locked ap ho attempted
(o commit. suicide with u pocket
knife which waa pnascd to htm hy
a fellow prisoner, hut tho attempt
was frustrated hy an ollleer. Hay
raved llko 11 madinaa and la holiiK
closely guarded In hU coll at the
The Hay were nrarrlod eight yoara
ago. Hay aearched tho streets two
hours before he mot Ills wife.
Good for Everybody.
Mr. 'Xorumn It. Coulter, a proml
meat architect, in tho I Albert build
ing, Sun I'YanclfcCo, Hays: "I fully
endorse all that has been said of
Kleclnc Kilters as a tunic medicine.
It Is kooiI for everybody. It corrects
stomach, liver and Kidney disorders
iu a prompt and elllclent mutter and
liulids up the system." Kleetrlc Hit
ters is the best spring medicine
ever sold over a druggist's counter;
as it blood purifier it Is uucipiiilcd.
.Mic at V. It. Frame's drug store.
CEREMONIES IN ROME.
Held for Repose of Souls of Dead
Hone-. March X in the Hall of
it, .uititleatlon today a ureal funeral
ii.iii.ui was held for the repoHC
r the Kouls of the late KttiK Carlos
.ml frown I'rlnce hill l'hllllppo of
'm ni.'.il, who were assassinated ott
h. 1 nets of Lisbon, lVb. 1 lust.
t'.iidm.il Vincen.lo Vanneittclll, who
ii..l.!s. .uiiiiiik other titles, that of pro-t.-,
tor of I'ortuBiU, celebrated ainss.
The I'upe himself gavu nbsoltitluii.
The entire sacred college, papal court,
nioiiibura of tho aristocracy of Home
and several thousand others, Including
umuy Americans, or present.
a President Hotisovelt calls It Is
not uoarly the menace to Increase
Iu Hi)iilatl.ni that deaths itmotiK In
fants are. And eight out of ten of
theso deaths are directly or Indirectly
caused by bowol troubles. Mrtlee's
Haly Kllxlr cures diarrhoea, dysen
tery, sour stomach and all Infant ail
ments of this nature. Just tho thing
for teething babies.
Sold by T. J. Itaniicy.
Notice Civil Service,
The United States civil acrvlco
commission announces an examina
tion to ho at Ardmore, Okla., on
M.ire.h IS, 100S, for Uallwny Mall
i". 1 Us ppltcants should at once np
;H eitln-r to the United SUltea civil
." ii e commission, Washington, I).
'. or to tho secretary of the board
x.imineis ut Artlmoro, Okla., (or
.i;;!umUoii blanks, etc, Itespt.
OUO. J. 8.N'l)UN'.
Your life may le at stake when
wii notice any sign of kidney or
'! ulil' 1- trouble tu 'Brlght'a disease
1 1,1 l..itctes start with a slight lr-
,i) ttiat coutd be (itiickly
i an, I hy Foley's Kidney Hemedy.
.'.I'liin.'iii'e taking It at the first alga
, f danm r. Sold by all druggists. il-v
To Perpetuate Spelling Decs,
Ko-ton, March 1. Special. All en
dow meat of $100, the Income to lie 11 1
i lied annually to the support of an
M f.i-liioned "spelling bee" in his
I. oino town, Is provided for In the
will of the late Varnuni Lincoln ot
Dost Hcalcr In the Worltl.
Itev. 1'. Stnrblrd, of liist Haymond,
Maine, says: "I have used llucklen's
Arnica Salvo for sc-cral sears, on 11,
old nrai wound, and other ob-tln.ite
on t" d fiiul it t' o ! t hf.ilcr in
thoworll I u o P too with ("ivu k
cc -1 in 1 : H'r'.nr i "i" ic
. Pnro 23c at V P Fra' jr u dn '
OLD KENTUCKY CLUB
ORGANIZED LAST NIGHT WITH A
MEMDERSHIP OF 100
About 100 sons and daughters ot
thu Iiltio Crass statu gathureil lit
till' parlors of tho Gilmer hotel last
evening for tho ptirpobo of perfect
ing tho organization of a Kentucky
Club. Tho meeting was opened with
thu crowd singing the strains of the
familiar song dear to all Keutttck
lans, "My Old Kentucky Home." The
meeting was an enthusiastic one ami
within a short time after the crowd
Kiithored a temimrary organization
Leo Cruce was elected permanent
president; Charles Hvnns, vice pres
ident; Capt. T. 11. Johnson, vice
president. Mrs. H. R Turner, record
ing secretary; Mm. V. C. Kendall,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. II. 11.
Tho club will hold regulnr monthly
meotingH the first Thursday night
In each month. A special meeting
may bo called earlier to hear the
report of the special committee ap
pointed to draft a constitution and
set of bylaws.
Tho object of tho club Is to get
all KeutucKlntis In closer touch 0110
with tho other mid all Join IiiukIh
for the pubulliltug of t'tis city and sur
Following Is the membership list
of Hie club:
Miss Aila Hennett. Swootlnnd. Cad
Henuett, Marlon; Mrs. It. R Parker,
Flemingsburg; Lee Cruce, Crnnevllle;
Mr. and Mrs. A. U Cruce, Marlon;
Miss Aila Cruce, Marlon; .Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Cruce. Llllydale; Mr. and
Mrs. W. 1. Cruce. Marlon; J. K.
Cruce, Marlon; K. I. Cruce, Marlon;
Jesse Chapman, Mumfordvllle; Hub
ert Crotzer. Carravlllo; II. L. Dalton,
Howling Uroen; Mr. anil Mrs. J. T
Coleman, Princeton; U. II. Ailntua
Sadlervllle: J. V. Ely, Hazel Qreen;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles ISvaua, Snlem;
Joe F. Uwynn; R P. Hartnu, Toniu
klnsvllle; Mr. nml Mrs. J. V. Har
reld, Morgantown; Mrs. R P. Har
lan, llurkville; c. Q. Harlan. Durk
vllle; J. M. Harlan. Hurkville; V.
C. Henry, West Lilk-rty; A. L. Inine.
Danville; Mr. and Mrs. T. It, Johnson,
Hamilton; W. H. Johnson, Hamilton;
C. L. Johnson, Hamilton; Miss Kate
Johnson, Cnrrsvllle; Mrs. 'A. I. Kin
kade, Howling Oreen; Fred V. Kin
kade, Bowling Qreen; Mr. ami Mr.
W. C. Kendall, West Liberty: Mlsa
Lain Kendall, West Liberty; Mr.
and Mrs., T. It. MclSlroy, Spring
field: Dr. K. D. Moore. Pombroka; Sir.
and Mrs. P. 1). .Maxwell. Mnrion:
H. n. Cushenberry. Franklin; W. S.
Smith, Howling drecn; Mrs. H. R
Turner, Mnyfleld; T. II. Underwood,
Olasgow; W. S. Sterrett; P. II.
Woods, Marlon; Miss llettio Wllllnma,
Flemingsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
M. Crookp. Hlchmond; Mlas Lavlna
WckmIs. Marion; V. H. AVilllnmB, San
dy Hook; J. S. H. AimiIIob, Ciamallel:
Jas. T. llnrns. IatlsvUle; H. K. Sal
son, Louisville; Dr. and Mrs. .1. M.
Vaden, Hickman; Miss Alice White.
Klktkon; Dr. W. N. White. KIKton:
H T Darrcld, Morirnntown: S. T
Ph I oe
P W 'tt's I ittlo Uarly ItlBcrs,
"i ii 'ifo, sure HtMo liver pills,
If 1 ly W. 11 Frame.
Food for thought
Food for work
Food for brain
most nourishing of all wheat foods.
m mnisttirs hritnl
moisture proof packages.
Never sold in bulk.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
TO TAKE MEN'S JOBS
OPERATION OF NINE-HOUR LAW
WILL THROW OUT MEN AND
WOMEN WILL DO WORK.
AVashlngton, March I. Special.
An unexpected dovtioptnont In the op
eration of tho iilno-hour law for rail
road employes Is likely to follow the
enforcement today of that measure.
Acordlng to ad .'ices received lii
Washington, many railroads are pre
paring to operate the'.r trains by
means of block signals and tele
phones. If this project is put Into el
feet, thousands of male telegraph
operators will ho thrown out of em
ployment and their places will he
taken by women at much lower sal
aries, sluco the Introduction of the
telephone will render a knowledge ot
the Morso code unnecessary.
Telegraphers dcclaro that the trans
mission of train r.nlers by telephmc
will be so unsatisfactory and will re
sult iu so many disasters that pub
lic sentiment will demand a return
to the old system.
It was oxpected that the reduction
In the working hours of railway tel
egraphers to nine hours would com
pel the railroads to employ at least
S.000 adltlonnl men nt once. It was
also Known that It "would bo impos
sible to secure tills number of met,
when needed, and It was thorofori
hoped by thu men that an lncroasr
In wages would bo a part of tin
The railroads decided that they
would rather spend millions fit pro
viding and ui lointal.iing ' a tcmatic
block signals which never go to
sleep and which never fall unless
they sptll "danger," than to spend
the snme money in uialutalniin; 1,''
MISS M3SS I) UN LAI
With Tho Chnppell-WinterhotT Stock Company.
HobKou Opera llou.se all UiU Week.
egrnph stations and telegraph oper
ators. The closing of stations as tel
i-Krnpli stations Is made jtossible hy
tiie fact that with an automatic elec
f .e signal all that Is neceysarv la to
start trains as fast as the terminal
block is empty ami Keep thorn go
ing until a semaphore says "stop.'
Accordingly many of tho big sys
tems, notably tho Ilarrlnmn roads
have been hastening the installing
of such signals, and the present tluif
finds thutn ready to lock tho tele
graph Keys In hundreds of stations
The second conviction, but one
which many have hitherto lacked
courage to put Into effect, is that
the telephone Is really tho most scl
entlflc means of communication be
tween stations and headquarters. The
Burlington road, for example, has
been successfully oporatlug trains
hy phone over Its heaviest division
between Chicago and (ialesburg, for
This Is to certify that all drug'
gists are authorized to refund your
money It Foley. s Honey and Tar
fulls to cure your cough or cold. It
stoim' tho cough, heals tho lungs and
prevents serious results from a cold
Cures la grippe coughs and prevents
pneumonia and consumption. Contains
no opiates. The genuine is In a
yllow package. Hefuso substitutes
Sold by all druggists. d&w
Hhode Island lledg. Kggs $l.f!0
pur netting. Prompt shipments
Mrs. C. U. Vance MIneola Texas. 4tf
Thousands perish every year from
consumption resulting from a cold
Foloy's Honey and Tar cures the most
racking coughs and expels tho cold
from your system and prevents con
sumption and pneumonia. It has
cured many cases of incipient con
sumption. Sold by all dealers, d&vv
Optimism i lack of experience
SAYS MEN ARE
A GERMAN ASSERTS MASCULINE
LINE FEATURES EXCEL.
The Only Truble Is.He Asserts, that
Men Do Not Try to Preserve
Their Dcauty, While Women
Devote Attention to It.
Horlln, March 3. Dr. Weiidel, an
authority on the laws of beauty, has
written a treatise to prove that na
ture has endowed men with more
bob y than women. He says that
there Is not a toature In a man's
face that Is not superior to the cm
responding feature of (l woman. Tho
hook is attracting wide attention.
'We tiro accustomed to speak of
the beautiful women," ho says. "We
are also wont to spouk scornfully
of a man who 1b praised for his
beauty. Hut bMs does not alter tho
facts. When I speak of a beautiful
man I do not mean a dude out of
a tailor's Journal or a drawing
room Hon In uniform. Hut this
sneering tone adopted whenever
manly beauty Is spoKon of Is a di
rect consequence of tho decay of
"In the course of Mie ages women
have developed beauty, sucli as It
Is, while the men .have negk'cted
theirs. They pay little attention to
Uielr beards, to proud, strong neckJ
and shoulders. They have even come
to believe that tho narrow bhoiil
dera and long body of women are
moro beautiful. How- are men to re
gain what they have lost? If a
man lives an orderly life ho will
regnln his beauty, if ho Is vicious he
will siHjcdlly grow ugly. What In
fltienoos tho body Influences the
face. It Is not sickness alone that
gives the features their particular
Impress. The slightest self-indulgence,
evil habits, extremes of eating
and drinking, or any excess tell
their story to any 0110 who has
learned to road tho faco of a man.
"Live cleanly, think cleanly, live In
tho fTesh air and your beauty will
be agtiln as superb as it was in f e
days of ancient (Ireeco. Your hair
will return to yon so will your teeth
and your straight backs and clean
limbs and bright eyes."
Unequaled a3 a Cure for Croup.
"Resides being an excellent rem
edy for colds and throat troubles,
Chamberlain's Cough Hemedv Is un
equaled as a euro for croup," says
Harry Wilson of Waynetown, Ind.
When given as soon ns the croupy
cough appears, this remedy will pre
vent tho attack. P. Is used success
fully In in any thnnsmiM o! homes
For sale by F. J. Kimsey Mid Holt
man Drug Store. wk
U. C, V. Meeting.
Tho mombors of John H. Morgan
Camp, United Confederate Veterans
are urgently requested to bo present
at a meeting of camp to bo held In
the city hall Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock. Important business.
D. M. HUMPH.
should ho studied by every parent
If your child Is nervous, fiWtii
starts iu Its sleep, is pasty face d,
has rings under Its eyes, nlvvnvs
seems hungry, is not gaining weight,
von can bo stiro tho troublo is
worms. White's Cream Vermifuge I
an nbsoluto cure for worms. Is it's
Price 2."c and fiOc.
Soltl by F. J. Hamsey.
Dlrthd-y of Emmett.
Dublin, Mnrch I. Special. Ioyal
Irishmen throughout the ICmerald
Isle are today Indulging la patriotic
celeiirations of the 13nth birthday
anniversary of Hobort Knimott, the
great leader of the fight for Irish
liberty. Kvery year finds those
these observations Increasing in en
thuslnstn and the great patriot has
begun to dispute with St. Patrick
his first place In tho hearts of Irish
men. A aNrrow Lacane.
Many poople hnvo a narrow cscane
f.om pneumonia and consumption as a
rosult of a cold tlint hangs on. Foley's
Honey and Tar cures coughs ami
colds no matter how deep seateu
and prevents pneumonia and con
sumption. Hefuso substitutes. Sold by
all elrugglsts. d&vv
The best way to make money spec
ulating Is to bet against your own
Foloy's Orino Laxative Is sold un
der a positive guarantee to euro
constipation, sick hoadache, stomach
trouble, or any form of Indigestion.
If It falls the manufacturers roftind
your money. What meire cm any one
do. Sold by all druggists. d&vv
Wo do repair work on short notice
Holcomb & Philips, Kloctrlclans,
Phono S 11. ltMm
Subscriptions taken for
1 The Ardmoreitc and all
4 out-of-town papers and
Exclusive agent lor
The Daily Oklahoman.
ARDMORE HACK LII
D. !-. FLYNT, Prop.
Hack leaves for Hcaldton at
6:30 a. m.
Hack leaves for Elk at 7:30
Direct connections with all
Inland towns west of Ard
more. Leave all packages nt tho
City Drug Storo.
Now is the Time
This is good tim to comont
yuur cellar und fix up your
storo house. Wo build any
thing in tho comont lino
Cot our prices on walks,
curbs, gutters, pior blocks
and window sills.
Ardmore Concrete Co.
J. W. Fielder, Prop.
Thj only lir&t-class li:-,o in
Calls Made Promptly
Va4on Out All Night
PnekniH'.s ami grips linn -'
dud with cure. Phone 201
STEVE R0WLES, Proprietor
( )pen Day or Night.
One Way Second Class
,1 1 COAL B I
All kinds of good coal. Kvcry I
order delivered promptly.
Hudson Houston Lumber Co. 1
On sale dailv commencing
March 5th, 190S.
Stop-overs allowed at many
II. D. McCOLLOM,