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Ardmore, Tuesday, April 21, 1908.
THE DAILY ARDMCMEirE.
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Since hen manure Is a very conceit
trnted fertilizer. It should be pill on
the garden ipilte ttpartngly. If applied
too plentifully It will kill vegeXatloti
nnd even young tree.
It will be very likely tho mine chap
who failed to test his seed corn before
planting it who will be bemoaning his
hard luck and cussing the wenther and
Providence next election time.
The children In the home enjoy n
balanced ration as well as do tl(e an
imals In tin feed lot or stable. Hueh a
ration ns pork and beans, boiled pota
toes and brown bread, loaiheil egg on
toast, good graham bread and .Jersey
milk ; roast ork, dressing nml baked
potatoes iiud nppli snuce ; roast beef,
mashed jiotntocs and pte.
An even ami tractable disposition
11 a horse Is often HMllcd by Improp-
er handling and train I tin, as Is of-
en the .. with ihe strong willed
and wide nwnko boy or girl. The
very riualltles which nmko the child
or horse most useful and valuable If
properly trained make thorn tho more
dilllciilt to manage If they are not
properly handled In the early stages.
The farmer who Is wmllug around
In his barnyard theso days In a sort
of maniirlnl iiiusli or gravy and has
a good sized stack of straw In a
nearby fluid which will have to he
scattered and burned or hauled off
before that part of the field can
he plowed Is certainly In need of In
struction 011 some of the fundament
als of a rational system of agrlcul-
lire. How much better all around If
ill of tho straw that he did nut need
for feed had been scattered liberally
over the whole barnyard and feed
lot! This by spring would have be
come packed down and saturated with
the melting snow ami fertilizing ele
ments of the droppings and urine,
with the result that a fine lot of ad
ditional manure would have been at
hand, ready for distribution on the
Hud Dotson and It. II. Heed were
In the city Monday from llroek. They
stated that corn In thole section was
looking and holding up much better
than would haM- been expected In
so rainy a season. Hut little cotton
has been planted nnd that will have
to be planted over. Farming will bo
Into at best but tho promise of a
good yield still In Kood.
V. F. Wurren has returned from
his bottom farm near llerwyn. Ho
says ho has twienty notes of as
pretty and promising Irish potatoes
as ever grew any where and that his
corn Is standing tho wot w ither
well. Cotton will ho late at hi.
What Is planted will have to he
planted again. Mr. Warren states that
the rains have fallen slowly ami tho
farms have not washed very much
nml that the creeks and rivers have
not boon out of their banks as they
have been over a large area of Texas.
Ho Is encouraged over crop prospects.
Strawberries that are almost ready
for the table are now a reality.
I'hoso are not the strawberries whip
ped here but are growing In the gar
den of an Ardmore man who Is
so lazy that his wife must clean
tho weeds from among ihein. This
Is a most excellent fruit country nnd
It Is no trouble to 1iuvo plenty of
straw berries from tho first of May
until tho middle of October.
Their Number and all Facts Related
to Them Where and How Em
ployed, Their Age and Aver
LYNCHED IN TEXAS.
Young Negro Quietly Disposed of by
Atlanta, Texas, April 20. This
morning a negro mail named Jasper
IXmglass, nged about 20 years, mar
ried alnnit two weeks ngo, was found
near on old road, hanging by tho
neck. An old well rope was used, nnd
It had thirteen rolls for a hniigm.ta's
knot, tied to the limb of a mayhaw
tree. Hlj hands woro tied before him
Tho proper authorities iwero not I Hod
'1 ho Jury said: "Catno to his donth at
tho hands of unknown parties."
No signs were loft exeept tho
tracks of n horse Immediately under
the dead negro. About ten days ago
this negro's step-sister, n school girl
of 12 years, rexrted to her father
that she had been nsanultcd by Jns,io
Douglass. She wuh made to swear
out a warrnnt for his nrrest, and
twenty-four hourB after tho warrant
was Issued tho body was found hang'
Ing by a well rope to tho limb of a
a mayhaw tree within tun foot of
where tho erltno wns alleged to have
been committed. This Bamo Jaspor
Douglass had threatened tho wain
course with two othor negro girls Inl
tho vicinity. All tho parties to tho
tragedy aro unknown except tho dead
negro. Everything is quiet now. It
was thought th liody had boon hang
Ins eighteen hours.
NTERESTINO BULLETIN FROM
THE CENSUS BUREAU.
CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYES
Washington, 1). , April 21. Spe
cial. An Interesting bulletin has
been Issued by the ii'iimii bureau
which shows In concrete form the
number of civil aorvlce employees of
he government and all facts relating
to them. The impiirv made by thn
inrenii of the census has been In
irogress for several months. Not
withstanding the fact that It might
be supposed the government, through
lie civil service commission, would
hnve all the Information comorniug
it employees at 'it lingers' ends,"
so to way. nobody has any Idea of
the exact number of civil service em-
iloyees or of their location nnd stil
us In tho government service.
It wns determined, therefore, lo
hnve the census bureau mako a do-
ailed Inquiry Into tho subject with a
view to preparing statistics that
would be valuable nnd nccurnte. Tho
returns from that Inquiry have been
compiled iiirefully nnd with Interest
ing results. The total number of cm-
)loyees In tho executive civil service
f the government, on July 1st, 1!)07,
xcluslve of those employed In tho
diplomatic and tonsillar services, iwns
80,002. These employees: aro sent-
tond nil over tho world, but about
one-tenth of them, 211,103, to bo nc-
curate, ure employed In tho city of
Washington In tho various executive
lnrgo number of employee of
tho government, under tho civil ser
vice regulations, is not included by
the census bureau In Its Inquiry, bo-
cause of the dllllculty In obtaining
the exact status of the people. Theso
Included postmasters, navy-yard em
ployees, mechanics ami people em-
doyed on the Isthmus of I'annma on
Klimluntlng these, tho total num
ber consldured by tho cenvnia bureau
Is lSf.,871. Of these. 2.'i,35l nro cm
ployed In the District of Columbia and
1C0.C23 In other partB of tho country
or world. It Is a curious fact that,
while tho number of employees In tho
District of Columbia In only about
one-sixth of the total number, the
number of women employed In tho
city of Washington exceeds tho num
ber employed In all other parts of
he world by 8U5. Thu totnl number
of women employed by tho govern
ment In Washington In 7,358, while
only U.IC3 women aro employed else
In the city of Washington, ono
government employed In every nine
Is n negro. Of tho total number cm-
ployed by the government, 83 -per
cent, aro natlvo whltiM, nnd 0 per
cent aro colored. Of thu colored,
S,3!i2 ure uagroes; 1,725 aro Indians;
1.017 aro Filipinos, 112 aro Chinese
and 02 are Japanese. It must bo
borne In mind, of course, that these
aro civil service employees. Many
others nro employed In other branch
es of tho government service.
One half-of tho employees nro un
der 37 years of age. In tho city of
Washington tho averngo limit Is
slightly hlghor, being 38.8 years.
There aro 137 persons In tho olvll
servlco employ of tho government
who nro 80 years of ago and over.
The old employees noarly all aro la-
cated In Washington, although thuro
aro a few elsewhere.
Tho nverago comiensatlon of tho
men employees in tho District of
Columbia Is $1.178 ; of women $837
In othor plan's, tho compensation h
$035 for men, and J7CG for women.
The figures show that tho women do
not rate as high In tho servlco as
It Is particularly Interesting to note
Hint more than one-halt of tho em
ployeos considered In thu bullotln nro
connected with tho tKjBtolncu depart
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That outdor exorclso Is needed by tho
American people. That a all vory
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havo nil kinds of fishing tackle.
IllVKNS, COUHN A FRENSLET.
It Is No Joke
Lumber is cheaper and
labor is plentiful Why not
build tlmt now house now?
Hudson -1 Iouston
Broadway and Wn ' ngton
Don't Forget It!
All kinds of Furniture at both
places. Ilraiul new Art Squares
Itugs, farpetn, Linoleum, Mat
tings, Refrigerators, Freer.ers,
lUc. We take old goods in ex
change. All kinds of stoves
and furniture repaired, rented,
stored, packed nnd shipped.
Call up either place. Phono Hill)
C. P. HALL
IVIiJ line- on Cmldo
IMiono 3'. Curter County
llrnuch on Main
dish or Knsy Payments
See us for anything from dish
to parlor goods
Good Luck Flour
It's bettor for bread.
It's bettor for biscuit.
Il's better for pastry.
It costs no more than other
brand nnd gives better satis
faction Try one sack. Seo Hint your
grocer does not substittitu somo
The time of year is ap
proaching when you must
think ot providing for hot
weather comfort and lux
uries. We invite you to
inspect our line of
Ice Cream Freezers,
Quick Meal Gas Stoves,
Quick Meal Gasoline
Now is the Time
Tliis 18 1 o i titn to cement
your cellar and tlx up your
store holme. Wu build any
thing in the cuniunt line
Gut our prices on walks,
curbs, gut'.ors, ptur blocks
and window sills
Ardmore Concrete Co.
J. W. Fielder, Prop.
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MISS NELL NOLEN,
Onico Whlttlngton Hotel.
-I. C I'otterf.
B. A. Walker.
POTTERF & WALKER,
Attorneys nnd Counselors nt Law
R. F. TURNER
Attorney At Law
Cnrcful nnd painstaking attontton giv
en to Alt Matters Intrusted to mo.
Office Itooins 9 & U Whcoler Uldg.
Offlco phono 213; lies, phono 773.
Chas. J. Kappler. Cbas. It. Merllllat
Compiler "Indlm Active Court
Laws nnd Treaties" Practitioner.
Inflammation of the blad
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and Bladder Pilli
Trial For 25c
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WILLIAM W. WRIQHT,
Formerly With Dawes Commission.
Oorlest, Citizenship Coses nnd other
mntterB beforo the Interior De
Offices WnshlnKton Loan &
Washington, D. C.
KAPPLER & MERILLAT,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Practice beforo nil Courts; Con
grcsR. (lovenimont departments and
Commissions. Indian Casos a spe
cialty. Office, Hond Illd'g, Washington D. C.
M. F. WINFREY
Attorney at Law.
lustlco of the Peace Notary Public
llooms 11 and 1G, N'oblo Dldg.
Phones: lies! S3C blue. Offlco 1C6.
DR. F. W. BOADWAY
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlco in Itandol Uulldlng.
Offlco Phone 91
Ilesldence Phono 395.
Drc. von Keller, Hardy A. Henry.
Modern equipment for the sclenUtlo
treatment ot all surgical coses.
Trained nurses In attendancce.
DR. B. F. BARKER
Offlco in Cruce-Maxwoll Flats.
Offlco hours 10 to 12 a. ni., 2 to 5
p. in., excopt Sundays.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINA
West Main Btreet Ardmore. Okla.
Dtt. J. L. core
Physician and 8urgeon
Onico In Itandol Building.
Phone 91. Ardrnoro, Okla.
C. B. CLARKE, M. D.
Practco limited to Diseases ot the
Kye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Offlco Iedbettor-FronBley Uulldlng.
C 1-2 Main SL Ardmore, Okla.
W. M. ANDERSON
Office: Sml.h's Livery Barn.
Undertaking and Embalming
North Washington SL
Phones 311 and 433.
DR. E. J. WOODWARD
Offlco over Bonner's Old Stand
W. A. TACKETT
Office in Slms-Pennington Building.
Ilesldence Phone 170 Blue.
Office Phone 170 ,ed.
Grand Avenue Hotel
Oklahoma City, Okla.
I havo one o the swellest catea
this side of Kan-as City. When you
are In our city would bo pleased to
have you mtLke us a visit.
T. C. WILLIAMS,