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Ardmo'e, Wednesday, March 4 U08
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
A GRAND COLLECTION
of lnuutiftil jri f ts in j"wilrv, .silvmvitrt', cut jrlass, wiitcln s
cl itiii, tine a -hrni'K, vie. Cjtmll ; v is tlu jrrcnt IcNorajrc in
I'vcry lioni-st i oinpiirison, ami we always got tlio credit of
bi'iny tlip lowest priced hcniso in our line. The prices are
irresistnble, m fact tliv spell economy in its truest form.
Call and see for yourself,
ta 1 1 it wi i
7 JUO vtjr J
What's the Use of
A dollar a week buys an Edi
son Phonograph. Enjoy it
while you pay for it.
"Easy payments" are the
Edison quality is the high
est, and we have all sizes,
styles and prices. Cume and
see about it today.
Prompt Attention (liven
Haggage a Specialty.
A Good Show.
A fail ly pood .iiuti" nco creeled the
"VInt'rliiif-('li.i pi fll Stork company
last night il. spite tlio f;irt that tho
Elks gavo a nodal function. The
company sustained its reputation
made on the opening night ami pleas
ed the audience.
Miss Dttekott as 'Tatters." made a
hit and has already become a fa
vorite with tho Aidnioro people.
The Mil tonight is a farce comedy,
".Mrs. Smith Other Husband." The
specialties were good.
Big Bargains in Buggies.
W'o will receive v.Jthlz few days
soveral cars of new buggies and In
order to mnko room for them wo offer
those in stock at a big discount.
Come In and price; cai-h or time.
HIVHX5. COUIIX k FIIUXSLBY.
Today 1b Ash Wednesday, the
first day of Lent, nnd tho opening
of tho penitential season, which
closes on April 10, Kastcr Sunday.
Tho Lenten poason is especially
observed by Catholics nnd Episco
palians, by fasting, abstinence nnd
QuIeU Meal gas stoves aro tho fin
est stoves for natural gas. Sold only
'IUVHXS. COUIIX & FHHXSLKY
Frensley's Transfer W agon ft
That we have the most competent gas litters
in this town or any other town. They are
men who have grown up in the business and
know every phase of the gas fitting business,
We have a line of stores throughout the
Southwest and carry the best stock of gas
equipments and we make a specialty of in
stalling gas in homes. We know how. Our
work is done under an absolute guarantee.
Phone oo for a quick estimate.
Ardmore Supply Go,
that j sine; i it spot
naaxg3i;i i inT5T.:."v.TK'.'.r;j:.rT',i.i,Tnr,H
Two Elections In MusKogee.
Muskogee. OMa . March 3. As
pi. line cl ly tin' deniociats hero be
fore tho llrooks municipal olectlon
law was jessed, ati election to deter
mine whether Muskogee shall be n
i! of the first class, and at the
Kiine- tim to elect city oftlcers, 1ms
been called by Governor Haskell on
(in -u-ntntlon of n big petition from
democrats of Muskogee. The elec
iioii called for March 21, or two
we kx before the day set for the
leulnr city election, which ihas
i i call mI by the mayor for
pill s. I'he ma.or who Is
n republican, contends that the elec
tion will be held on April S, the
democrats say March 21. Undqrlhe
governor's proclamation the olectlou
machinery Is placed m the hnndi of
the democrats, and tho city has al
ready been redlstrlcted in such n
manner that tho democrats will
probably control three of the tour
wards in actual majority of vots.
The Dallas News
Will be found at the Ardmore Phar
macy. Should any subscriber fail to
get bis paper phone me at No. 1.1
ami immediate delivery will be made.
1I1SXKY SWAIX. Agent.
Ardmorelte Ads Pay.
Lost and found ads in the Ard
morelte pay, and if you doubt it ask
L. D. Mason the lurnlture man, and
be will tell you thnt It pays. Mr.
Mnson lost a very valuable pig last
Saturday afternoon and placed an
advertisement in tho lost column of
tin1 Ardmorelte yesterday afternoon.
II- fni e the paper had been on the
'M.-. is an hour the finder of tho pig
i.illnl up Mr. Mason and returned
to the owner tho lout property. The
Vi ilmoreite goe into the homes.
Hid nil advertisements placed la
l Anlmoreite are sure to bring
PILES CURED IN G TO 14 DAYS.
Puzo Ointment Is guaranteed to
cute any case of Itching, Mind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles In C to
1 1 days or money refunded. BOc.
Good Lynching Material.
Iirlstow, March 3. All efforts to
locato John Corley, tho doublo mur
derer, have been unsuccessful, but
the authorities believe they havo
track of him in Okfuskee comity.
Citizens of this county aro turning
out by the hundrods to assist In
the chase and it Is cortalu that
lynching will follow his capture.
The two murdered women were bur
Sheriff King stated' tonight that
nothing cohul save Corley from tho
mob if lie was enpturod, although
they -would uinko a determined ef
fort to proteit him. While the peo
ple wer practically unknown In this
county, tho women were both ot
good appearance and seemed mod
est. The condition of the brother of
the murderer does not seem to Im
prove any. Ho has apparently lost
his reason over tho murder of his
wife and tho horriblbo tanglo of re
lationship that is Involved In the
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative llromo Qulnlno Tub
tols. Druggists refund money It It
falls to ctro. JJ. V. Grovo's signa
ture Is on each box. Hoc.
It's the easioht thing In the world
t nut liei-'inie n bloated bondholder.
FIVE HUNDRED WEST VIRGINIANS
SURROUND THE BLACK.
NATIONAL GUARD TO SCENE
Troops Will Attempt to Secure Negro
Before Mob Can Capture Him.
Negro Takes Refuge In Farm
Barn and Defies Pursuers,
Clarksburg, W. Va., March I.
Frank Johnson, a negro murderer
w ho took refuge in a bam on a farm
nine miles from here early today,
shot mill wounded three persons at
The Injured are:
MISS MAUIIKNV, a school teacher.
It Is not believed that any of
the three is fatally injured.
The burn in which the negro Is defy
ing arrest is surrounded by five
hundred persons. The Xatlonal (luard
has been sent to tlio scene to as
sist la capturing the negro.
PICK UPS HERE AND THERE.
.J. .;. .J. .J. .j. .;. .;, a .j. .j.
Mrs. C. .lolllff of Donlson, Tex
as, and her trimmer, Miss llutson
of Kansas City, have arrived in the
city and are opening up Mrs. Job
lift's stock of mllllnorv on West
Main street. They hope to get their
goods arranged for their opening next
Love county lias a brand new
town. It Is located In love's Val
ley, ten miles east of Marietta in
one of the best sections of the now
state. Miss Hussie Klinbrotigh, a
school teacher, lias the honor of bo
lng tho first liostmlstrcss. The bent
thing of all about tho town Is the
fact that it was named for Jcsso L.
Jordan of Marietta and Is called Jor
dan. Mr. Jordan Is erne of the old
timers In tho Indian Territory and Is
a promluont real ostate dealer in
Tom ltoberts, tho barber, is Improv
ing his place on Xortii Washington
street. He Is having his house moved
to one side of tho lot nnd is build
ing a handsomo twestory cottage
on the sito of tho old house. The
cottage will practically be a replica
of the Corlow cottago on Xorth Wash
ington, except thnt it will have two
Registration of voters for the com
ing city election in Avril is slow
and up to the present time not moro
than 100 voters lmvo registered. Dem
ocrats should get busy nnd register.
O. L. Clark, land nnd tax commis
sioner of the Santa Fe, with head
quarters at Galveston, is in the city
today on business foi the company.
J. W. Kreuger and family of Chi
cago have arrived in the city from
Chicago and will make their future
home here. Mr. Kivucei' was here on
a prospecting tour two months ago
r.nd was well p'.e.i-ed. He will engage
In the shoo bulues-,.
NEGRO DREADS TO FACE JUS
TICE IN ARKANSAS, WHERE
HE KILLED WHITE MAN.
I Muskogee. Olila., March 3. Fear
I lag a lynching nnd a raco riot It ho
j is taken back to Argonta, Ark.,
j whore ho Is wanted for tho murder
j of John Lindsay, a woalthy white
fa-tner, Georgo Wllklns, a negro
under arrest Is fighting extradition,
and nn appeal has boon mado to
Governor Haskoll. Tho govornor of
Arkansas yesterday Issued requisi
tion papers for Wllklns nnd habeas
corpus proceedings woro brought to
prevent bis being taken back.
The killing occurred In Juno, 190G,
and resulted In a raco riot in which
one whlto man was klllod and sov
eral wounded, nnd tho nogroos woro
dpiven from the town, and a house in
which they had taken u stand was
i oruereii uj uaiuiieu uy ino iiiuj ur oi
j Wllklns fears that If ho is tnkon
back another race riot will ensue
and that ho will bo tho first to bo
Killed, Tho negroes herr nro rain
ing a fund with which to fight hi'J
lie llnbb I- (if C iiel,.lb I Is ,h
i.l'n..ie l.-ltor. Mr. Holder fonmi
i lived in Ardmore and owns bu-i-property
Jesse L- Jordan nnd H. O. Hou-e
tin- two hustling real estate men oi
Marietta, arc In the city today talking
A. M. llurch, an old time Ardmore
lte, is In tho city from Gainesville.
He will remain here today nnd will
leave on a business trip to Paul:
Mrs. J. II. O'Hryan. who formerly
lived In this city, is hero from Los
Angeles, Cnl.. Mrs. 0'Hr.in Is greatly
pleased with her home on tho Pacific.
W. A. Ledbetter went to Pauls
Valley where he Is Interested In some
matters in the district court.
W. X. Bevrius of Marietta la an
Ardmore visitor today.
V. II. Herron, cas-hler of the First
Xatlonal Dank at Madlll. is in the
city on business.
C. IT. Davenport of Olenn is In
tho city on business. Mr. Davenport
reports farm work well advanced.
Vi. P. Itlnea ot Durant Is register
ed at the Gilmer hotel.
V. It. Hayes of Durant Is ft busi
ness 'sltor In Ardmore.
M. II. Lewis of Fort Worth Is here
today on business.
J. C. Derrick of Cope is in the
city on a visit to W. K. Lnndrutn.
Mrs. Jodie Adams spent two days
In Gainesville this meek visiting with
Mrs. V. King Is In the city visiting
her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Scott, on
A street, northwest.
J. L. Dashner Is In the city to
day from Maunsvllle. Mr. Dashner
we-t from here there to stay during
the. otton season and he expects to
move back to Ardmore about the
first of April.
.Tudgo and Mrs. C. M. Campbell
have returned front Dot Springs, Ark.,
where Mrs. Campbell has been for
some time for her health. Her friends
will be glad to lentn that Mrs. Camp
bell improved greatly during her ab
sence. Mr. and Mrs. Hoe Son of Dixie
were In the city yesterday the guests
ot Mr. and Mrs. T. a. Caldwell on
West Main street
Captain J. M. 'Uriscoe was in the
city today from Mnrlow transacting
business before the land olttco.
County Comm. s. loner Kobt. F. Sclv
ally Is In the city today from Spring
er on buslne-s.
WILL GET ROAD LAW
BOTH COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SPEAK FLATTERINGLY OF SE
CURING A ROAD LAW SOON.
The legislature of the stnto will In
all probability pass some kind of a
road law within the next few days.
It will not be exactly what the
people of this section of tho state
want, but it will be tho best that thoy
cati get at this time. Those remarks
were made by Commissioners Darden
and Sclvnlly this afternoon, lloth of
these commissioners have just . re
turned from tho good roads conven
tion held in Guthrie yesterday.
During the day both commltteos of
roads and highways were in consul
tation with representatives from the
various counties assembled in the cap
ital city for tho purpose of going over
the road questions. "Ono great trouble
with the matter ts that the older sec
tion of the state doos not understand
conditions In this section of tho state
nnd think that we arc asking for too
"Tho road law thnt mill bo passed
will be similar to tlio otto thnt was
passed by congress in 1S0O and roads
will bo built on soction lines.
"The law making convicts work on
the public highways will bo part of
"The attendance wag not as large
as it should have been, and although
such woro the conditions, tho logls
latlvo committees know about what
Ardmore Musical Club,
Club moots at tho rosldenco of J.
H. Ponnlngton, corner of First avo.
and D street, S. W., Thursday nf
ternoon at 3:15. At this mooting the
list of chartor members will be com
pleted, a constitution ndopted and
a namo given to tho club. Anyone
who onjoys music, not necessarily a
player or singer, is ollglblo to mom
borshlp. It Is not a club exclu
sively for women, and mon nro es
pecially invited to Join. This meet
ing Is open nnd a general attend
ance Is Invited. An'intorestlng pro
gram will Lo prctfled.
J J nrannifriin o hnn he n qu
ill s out a Kiln,
NtGRO WITNESS ST
. . Km
IS ARRESTED i
BY ORDER OF JUDGE Y ESTER
DEY FOR PERJURY.
CHES. TRAMMELL GUILTY
Of Crime Charged Bond Ordered
Forfeited This Morning I" Court.
Rape Case ot Domon Wat
son en Trial.
The jury in the cane of the st.it.
vs. Chesterfield lramniell, a neg.n
charged with assault to murder, i.
turned n verdict of guilty lat night
about 10:3(1 o'clock. The punlshim :
ot the prisoner was left to the li
cretlim of the judge. Tramnieli H
charged with having shot a negio
named lien Jones in a negro joint
on the cast side or tilie railroad
about two years ngo in a dlspnt"
over a dice game in which several ,
negroes were engaged at tho time.
Immediately after a witness, one nv
gro, Ice Young, finished testlfjln
and left tho court room, Jtulgu Itus
sell ordered the sheriff to take
charge of him and ordered the coun
ty attorney to file a complaint of
lierjury against said Ice Young. The
sheriff was waiting until the nenro
finished testifying so as to arrest
him on another charge, and nw
Young will have two charges to an
swer in tho district court.
Tho ense of tho State vs. M. D
Harden, n white man, ohnrged with
assault to murder, by ahooting an
old matt named Ury near Graham,
last summer, was culled this morn
lng, ;td tho defendant failed to
Harden was arrested a short time
after the shooting and placed In jail
where he remained a short time
and gave bond. Later tho bonis- 1
men turned him back, and ho made
bond again. After falling to respond
after hnvlng been called threo times j
the bond was ordered forfeited.
Harden had been In nttondanro up
on this term of court until this morn
lng, when after a search, could no'
bo found, although the case was set
for trial today, provided tho Dan
Painter case wns not called.
The court then called the case ot ,
the State vs. Demon Watson,
a negro charged with tho crlmo of
rape. Tlio deed is alleged to have
bivii committed on tho prisoner's
thirteen year old step daughter.
On account ot tho unavoidable ab
sence from tho city of tho defend
ant's attorney, It. V. Turner, the
trial of tho Dan Painter caso for
murder will be called Thursday to
morrow. Should tho trial of tho De
mon Watson case he concluded this
afternoon, tho trial of tho cajo ot
tho Stato vs. J. W. Faulkner will
be tnkon up. Faulknor Ik charged
with grand larceny.
County Judge Mason Is busy nt
this time preparing for the term of
the county court to th l eld next
week. A numb-r of probate matters
are recthlng attention just at this
I0WAN SLAIN IN BED
HIS HEAD SHOT OFF WHILE HE
SLEPT HIS YOUNG WIFE AR'
RESTED AND IN JAIL.
Clinton, Iowa, March 3. IJvldenceti
of one of the u: st brutul murders
In the History of the city came to
light with tho finding of the body
of Fred Dolph, aged 25, at his homo
on ISast street today. A shotgun had
been used to ond the man's lite, and
the assassin, creeping upon him as he
slept, had flrod the weapon with its
mtuislo close to the victim's pktill,
tearing awny a large part ot his
head, Instantaneous death ensuing.
The murder ovldently was committed
In the oarly part of last night, neigh
bors finding the body at noon today.
The 17-year-old wife of tho victim is
accused of the murder. She was ar
rested today at the home of a friend,
whither she had gone early last night.
She refuses to talk. The Dolphs wore
married about n year ago. Pending
a full investigation by the coroner
and the grand jury, the young woman
will be held without ball In the
Clinton county jail.
A Swollon Jaw
Is not pretty nor pleasant. Whother
It's caused by neuralgia, toothache
or accident. Pallard's Snow Liniment
will reduce the swellim: and re'iee
the pain Th g'c.i' atil tire euro
f r rlir .ina'l ' ci burn ', brul e
call any and all nchrs and j i'is,
i Sold by F. J. Komscy.
for your bunions in our
lleywood Hunion Shoe.
Special width is made in
this shoe ' for enlarged
joiv.t cr tender toes.
Have us tin our g.is work and furnish jour gas
stmts. can fill ymr orders at once. '1 here is
nn strike at ur shop, we wmk only union men which
insures iiuid work atid safe wnrk.
Pr.ietic.il ! inners and Plumbers. South Washington St
It's Too Lat
To correct mistakes after jour plumbing is in. Better
have it done right at first,
guarantee that you will
plumbing. We do gas fitting, plumbing and all kinds
of tin work.
A STORY IN CONNECTION OF SEN
ATE SEAT NUMBER 23.
IT'S A HOODOO.
Washington, March 3. Superstition
In tho senate? Head this story ot
Senator Wetmore of Rhode Island
occupied seat Xo. 23 on the repub
lican side. After a long and bitter
contest In which he was opposed
by two republicans, the legislature o
his stato on the twenty-third day ot
the month gavo up the effort to elect
and adjourned, leaving a vacancy a..
Wetmore out of the senate.
Tho new legislature tried it again
this winter and Wetmore was chosen
to suceed himself. He was elected
In lime to be sworn In on January
23, but respectfully declined and watt
ed several days.
Ills resumption ot hit seat g.i'
the senate a full membertiiip n m-
two sotiators, the largest In It- In
tory, Oklahoma having nuanhi! u
tored the union.
Xow, It is ft tradition not a su
perstition of course, ot the senate
that whenever that body has a full
membership, which doesn't often hap
pen and never continues long, there
will presently ba a senatorial death.
This has been the experience so '
many times that the exceptions arc
forgotten. So when Wetmore came
In th cprobablllty of a death was w his
Twenty-three days elapsed between
the day of Wetmcre's resumption ot
his seat and the day Senator Latimer
of South Carolina died.
Senator Wotmore, by reason of be
ing out of the senate for some mouths,
hud the luck to lose seat 2:!. That
seat was drawn by Senator IKttredge
of South Dakota, who would now be
occupying! it but for the fact that he
Is staying at home to look kafter his
Interests In a desperate campaign
for control of the next legislature
Governor Crawford wants the wna
tor's seat nnd the 33 story lias done
a good deal to convlucv senators
that Kittredge's days of 8tiiteiiian.-Jiip
are numbered. Reports from South
Dakota tend to confirm the imp-es
Mon that th-' - I hoodoo hi- I v 1 '
e e i 'i Ki "i Ipe
V hen ,i b . w iti t I'i P s a sign
h! i o' r t' 'n'.. i o .
dive us your work and w
have no worry from faulty
AND OAS FITTERS.
Notice to Rebeknhs
All sisters of the De-:re i of Itcbckl
are especially urged to be present
Odd Fellows hall. Thur day nlgll
as all arrangements nui -t be ih finite!
made and closed, prepara'ory for pil
bcutntlon of the work during til
coming grand lodge session In Sil
phur. lly order
DRILL TICAM C VPTAIX.I
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Synl
acts gently, yet promptly on tho boi
els and allays Inflamatlon at til
same time, it Is pleasant to takl
Sold by W. H. Frame.
Police Court News.
Three drunks wire all that polbl
Judge Gait had to handle t'ds inorj
lng. These three paid tin lr IPi i ail
went their way rep ic n , Two
the belligerents of Sund.l'- will 1
trbil this afternoon a will a jouij
man who forgot to vLi' tV ray wll
ilciw and se'fle Ms '"ti tlx.
His Own Medicim
The man w io sells remedies for moJ
of the human ills, and hears davafterda
the opinions of people who have uscl
tuesc remedies, naturally comes to knoi
tho superior from tho inferior, anl
when the time comes that he has to dJ
cide on which remedy he will take, hi
oi com so selects the one he has hcarl
tho most praise of. His own onin or
coupled with that of his customcrsl
ouuhttoco i-ir In convincing Via lavman th.l
tho remuUy tho Uruvctkt sciccli Is tho bettil
J. M. Itawklm. a clruprlit nf Mnnnit PIlJ
Knn., has told medicines ( r a crcot man
yvars, nnd whn finally he hlmi-l( ocean i
suiter trm stomach troublohe badnoliesltanc
la deciding which mmcdy on his shelf he woul
take. It was Dr. C'a.4wf,i's byrup t'epslr
Now, nft.r hnvlnir Blveo It a frj test, M
Hawkins writes us that It Justltled bis hie
tpimua uau ne is cureu,
Owns thn mtmn .t f V. nmnnl.t T.'.n ..1
Lcilnuton, 111. ilo was not very robust, oftel
had constipation nnd sach troubles, so. eotnl
on what his customers who had used It told hml
he took Dr. Caldwell's bycup Pepsin and ba
ucen a won man ever since.
There Is no butter remedy on the sheU ot anj
drutirist or in all materia medlca fiau 'r. Cat J
well's syiup I'epnin for obstinate c 'n tipatloil
uyspeptiu, wuurebiion, namiency, binousnts
diarrhea, jaundice and other liver iroul-'
whether the dicusu Is la an Infant, child, wjuiai
or man. I
It U tho best family laxative. It Is eentte anj
tITectlve, pleasant and sure. The proprietors
guarantee it ubsolutely both as to purity anJ
retuus 10 do eipecieii, usually one or tws
uosjs win mini: nDout nccmplete chanso to
the better, and as It is only H) cents or $1 a botj
lie sure renei can oo na a iora lew cents, uuy
uoiuo so you can see vni k win uo lor you.
ClltC TCCT lh tsWn t try or.Csid.
rllub I tO I eirs Syrau Ptoiln txloro tiur
tnir can luvo i tree simple bottle lent to tndr noms ti
aadreisinc lh comtiiny, This offer n t prcte tnittns
remedy v. ill dj it w claim, aid it enly cptn ts thost
who kjve never taken it Send tor It It you hoe any
lymptomi ot stomach liver or bowel disease. Gentlest
yet most effectfte lotatlve for children, women and old
loin. A euiranteed. oermanent home cure. THE
PUBLIC VERDICT! "Nil Untlvj So Uood and Sure I
as 0H CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN." Trill product
otii pumy knjarinae no. i', wainingien, u. v,
PEPSIN SYIIUP CO.
111 Cnldwcll Bliifi., Msnticftllo. III.