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Ardmore, Wednesday, July 15, 1908.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
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. It Is No Joke
Lumber is cheaper and
labor Is plentiful. Why not
build that iitv houso now?
Hudson - Houston
Broadway and Washington
Baggage a Specialty
Tho only tirst-class line in
Calls Made Promptly
Wagon Out All Night
Packages and grips han
dled with care. Phone 20 J
TEVE ROUES, Proprietor
Open Day or Night.
LOVE GETS A JOLT
DOY WHO WANTED TO WED
JAIL GIRL PERMITTED TO
Oldest and most reliable ab
stract, a ij Cartor county. Send
to ub for abstracts anywhero
In Oklahoma. "We also wtlte
cyclone and flro Insurance
Wo are bonded abstracters.
ARDMORE, OK LA.
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OF AMERICA CONVENT ION
Ada, Okla., July 1 1. Four years
seeuiod too long for 17-year-old Kil
ts ram Wlllct to want for a date on
which he could approach the county
clerk and legally demand a license
to marry Lillian Datcholor, his sweet
heart of 18 summers, so hp conllscated
a Jiorso and together, In a single
litiMgy. and with a single thought,
Jioy drove to Sulphur to ho we led.
lint tho owner of the horse hioke
Into the felicitations of the would
weda by claiming re-iMissosslon of the
horse, and Wlllet was placed under
arrest before tho ceremony was per
formed. Deputy Sheriff Kitchen of Stone
wall was Informed of the alleged theft
and he arrested Wlllet a Sulfliur. Up
preliminary examination Wlllett
was placed In Jail In default of bond
to await grand Jury action.
The girl was released and permitted
to return to her home.
It Can't ne D;at.
The best of all teachers Is expe
rience. C. M. Harden of Silver City,
North Carolina, says: "I find Electric
Hitters docs all that's claimed for
It. For stomach, liver and kidney
troubles It can't bo bent, t have tried
It and find It a most excellent med
icine." Mr. Harden Is right; It's tho
best of all medicines also for weak
ness, Inmo back, and all run down
conditions, nest too for chills and
malaria. Sold under guarantee at W.
H. Frame's drug storo. 50c.
A HOME can uc uullt cheaper now
than In tho past ten years. Lumber
wll not remain at this low price.
Ilulld now. Sco us for your lumber.
IN THE WORLD OF INDUSTRY
WITH MECHANICS AND ARTISANS
Printers of Tokyo, Japan, are paid dispute at Qtilncy, M.o.- and there
20 1-2 cents a day.
Chicago, 111., has a school of In
struction for railway trainmen.
Street car Jiion at McAlester, Okla.,
hae secured 211 cents an hour.
Organizations of .women workers
nro now under way at Lognnsport,
Carpenters at Areclbo and lluma
ceo, Porto Hlco, have formed unions.
Kansas City, Mo., bankers recently
secured a reduction of one hour a
A Woman's Isabel League has re
cently been organized at 1-aCrosse,
The .Montana State Federation con
vention will meet ticxl mouth at
A Statu Foderntlon of Libor for
Ioulslana was recently organized at
(iermany lias oer 02,000 carpen
ters affiliated with tho general federa
tion of Trades Unions.
A city ordinance recently passed at
Denning, Ark., requires union labor
on nil street work.
The annual convention of tho
Trades and Labor Congress of Canada
can bo no strikes nor lockouts In the
next three yowrs.
In resolutions setting forth that
scarcely 23 per cent of tho men who
dceml upon the Iron Industries lu
San Frnnclsco, Cal., are at present
employed, the machinists' lodge has
protested against Iron work of the
city being given to outside firms.
The Diamond workers union of
Antwerp, by a vole of :..00I to 3110,
decided on complete cessation of
work. Tho decision affected 10.000
men lu tho polishing and allied trades.
When work Is resume.! th,. union In
tends to nsk higher wages for Its
The International Himherhood of
Teamsters will have Us annual con
vention lu Detroit, Mich . in August,
when It Is expected an. agreement
will be reached for a settlement of
the differences between that organi
sation anil the United Ttsmigters of
A delegated convention of union la
lxr men will bo held m Memphis,
Tcnn., on August 19, to nominate can
didates for the leglslntuie. The reso
lution adopted calls for .1 convention
coniM)sed of delegates from the labor
Broken Arrow Oil Well.
Ilrokon Arrow, Okla., July 1 1
After penetrating 11 foot of soli sand
while drilling on a lease four and
a half miles north of Hrokvn Ar
row. the Coiiuaker Oil company today
struck a How of oil that Is estimated
at 500 barrels per day. This Is a rec
ord breaker for this section of tho
oil belt and much Interest Is being
taken throughout the entire belt.
Many producers have arrived here to
day to make Investigations and It Is
predicted that a second (Menu pool
has been discovered.
This Ik the third well brought lu In
this section. Tho tlrst was a lio.nj
gnsser and the second a good oil producer.
will !.. held at Halifax In Setitember.
Six thousand cotton operatives of " ot Momphln and the Fanners'
Toronto, Canada, who have been on a
strike, returned to work recently.
Female labor In the United Suites
even extends to well boring, It wom
en gaining their living In this way.
unions of Shelby county,
Moro than five hundred managers
of Chicago's places of amuscmn.t in
cluding theaters, concert halts, nickel
shows and amusement parks, recently
2tf SMITII-FRALEY LUMBDEIt CO. ! railroad employes with n lG-hours'
Tho membership of the steam engin
eer's international union is steadily
growing and now approaches tho
Car workers have successfully re-
The l'orto ltlcnn legislature has received circular Iotteis or warning
nassed an act to regulate the hours of hum state factory Inspector Edgar
Over Thirty-Five Yeats,
lu 1S72 there was a grott deal of
diarrhoea, dysentery and cholera In
fantum. It was nt this tltuo that
Chamberlalrs Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy was first brought
Into use. It proved moro successful
thnn any other remedy or treatment,
and has for thlrt-llvo years main
tained that record. From a stnnll be
ginning its sale and use lias extended
to every part of the t'n.lted States
and to many foreign countries. Nine
druggists out of ten will recommend
It when their nplislon Is asked, al
though they have other medicines
that pay them a greater profit. It can
ilwujs be depended upon, even In tho
most severe and dangerous cases. For
stile bv F. J. Hnmsey and lliffman
TO THE PUBLIC
W. on you want anything in tho Humblnd, Gas, Tin or
Sheet Mot 11 1 wo will innko it to your interest to liguro with
us. Our stock U complete and only finished workmen
employed. Our motto. Not how cheap but how good.
The IIoiho That Wants Your lluslnoss.
20 South Washington Street.
J. A BIVEN9, President.
A. H. PALMER, Cashier.
DON LACY, Vice President
FRED C. CARR, AitL Caihlar.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
Surplui Fundi $100,004
Account of firms and tndlrtdua.1i solicited". Courteous treat
ment accorded to all alike.
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a PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. M
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We Don't Kuow Your Name
, And art lend you one of our new CATALOGS
usUI you tell ui. Full Information about Our
complete itoclc of
Southern Trees for Southern Planter
Peiebe, Ptari, Plume, Applee, Pecan Tteei.
Juit write a poital to-day. Tour name and
addtett on the other ilde:
Clingmnn Nrserv & Orchard Co., Ltd
Bo? B3 KEITHVILbE, LA.
MISS NELL NOLEN,
H. C. Pottcrf. E. A. Walker.
POTTERF & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
V. D.ivles as his first step lu a cm-
wide ngalnst tho einplojtnont of chil
dren In these places Parents are
also to be held to account by tho
chief Inspector when It I? found they
permit the children to work lu theso
places when they are under sixteen
Wanti Indian Wife.
Cache, Okli.. July II. Chief Quail
ah Parker of the Comanches has re
ceived a letter fro n a Missouri lad
who Is seeking an Inllan maiden for
a wife. He demands that she have
only n small degree of Indian blood
11 ml shall talk English. She must
have n fine tract of land lying ad
jacent to a good town nud n big
herd of livestock. Parker says It Is
easier to break Into the English no
bility thnn Into the Comanche family.
8 Per Cent-8 Per Cent-8 Per Cent
Money to loan on farms at. eight per cent net. No
commissions charged. Loans closed promptly. All
or any part of loan may be paid at end of any year
without notice to company.
Onitio Ov er City National Hank
slsted the Introduction of piece work years of nge.
Tho Chicago, Milwaukee &
Paul has been fined $1 000 on a
on the New York, New Haven
According to official returns of the tlon of tho nttornoy-genral of Vls
Hrltisli government out of a total of. cousin on tho charge of violating tho
12.131 persons employed at Irottllng eight-hour law for railroad employes,
beer, 2,917 are women. The specific charge w-a that a teii-n-
The first annual convention of tho rapher worked overtime. The rojil
National Federation of State, City declares It will enrrv the ncso to ihu
WILLIAM W. WRIQHT, ,, l',1,vn' .mtnna will tin o. .....
(Registered Attorney) I .. ." ' ...". " -
Formerly With Dawes Commission. ' ,ltHl ""'. " - .much invorunio comment lias neon
Cc test, Citizenship Cases and other! Trade unionists at St. Joseph. Mo., expressed throughout the country
matters before the Intorlor De- nro working hnrd to send members sct. tho announcement made hv the
?!.?! ' ".I'lf'l aJ from their own ranks, as representa-i international
Washington, D. C. flees. "oil a system of stippph'mcntnl trade ed.
The total amount Invested In Cnnn- ,,t.aton, under the direction of a com-
dlnn railways Is $1,171,000,000. Ono
Mrs. fieorgla H. Drown has Just1
closed her eighth season ns director
of the Cleorgla Drown Dramatic
School Auditorium Theater, Kansas 1
1 City, Mo. and has ngaln gotm to 1
Now York to secure engagements for
her graduates. The new term begins 1
third Monday In September. Dcscrlp-1
tlve, Illustrated catalogue, giving price j
of tultlton, etc., mulled on application,
to the secretary, K. M. Maxtor, 11
W. 9th street, Kansas City, Mo. I.'n- j
close postage. 12 0
W. P. Poland
W. II. Foster
Poland & Foster
Successors to Roborts fc Poland
Loans and Abstracts, Fire and Tornado Insurance. Prompt
Service. Reliable Companies.
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tives to the leg'slaturo nnd other of- SOiie (lino ago. thai it had Inaugurat-
R. F. TURNER
Attorney At Law
mlstou created by the Hot Springs
Careful and painstaking nttontlon glT- I lxtl of Canadian population owes jcollV(lltUm for Bllch purpose, with
en to All Matters Intrusted to me
Office Dooms 9 & 11 Wheoler Dldg
Office phone 213; lies, phono 773.
Chas. J. Kapn!er. Chas. II. Merllllat
Compiler "Indlnn Active Court
Laws and Treaties" Practitioner.
KAPPLER & MERILLAT,
Attorneys and Counselor at Law
Practlee before all Courts; Con
gress. Oovernmont departments and
Commissions. Indian Cases a spe
cialty. Office, Bond Bld'g, Washington D. C.
M. F. WINFREY
Attorney at Law.
Justice of the Peace Notary Public
Dooms 14 and 16, Noble Dldg.
Phones: Deal 83C hluo. Offlco 166.
FREDERICK P. VON KELLER, M. D.
Surgery, Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat
Eyos accurately fitted with Glasses.
'Phones: Offlc 146, Iloildeaoo 44.
Drs. von Keller, Hardy A. Henry.
Modern equipment for the scientific
treatment of all surgical cases.
Trained nurses In attendances.
W. M. ANDERSON
Office: Sml h's Livery Barn.
Undertaking and Embalmln
North Washington St,
Phones 341 and 433.
W. A. TACKETT
Office In Slras-Ponnlngton Building
Residence Phone 170 Blue.
Office p- nn .
I. W. FOLSOM, M.
Over 30 years experience In ma
laria and Its complications, hemor
rhoids (plies), rheumatism, cancerous
conditions, venerla diseases, nervous
affections and diseases of this all
mate. Office Phone 15.
Residence Phone 126, red.
Its livelihood to theso undertakings.
The differences between tho Nnsh
ville, Chattanooga & St. Ixnils Hall
road and Its switchmen In Atlanta,
da., will be arbitrated, and the men
hnve returni! to work.
Belfast, Ireland, boot and shoe opcr.
ntlves are on strike and nro being sup
ported by tho nntlonnl union of lxwt
and shoo operatives and from federal
Secretary-treasurer W. D. Dyan of
the united Mine workers of America,
Is trying to capture the republican
nomination for congress In the twenty-first
Sovero depression affects tho Iron
trades of northeast Derbyshire, Kng.
Since Mnrch about 1,500 employes
havo been charged at various
works, owing to scarcity of orders
Tlie Montana state federation of
lalnir is Initiating a petition for sub
mlsson nt tho next general election
for tho Employers' Liability Act, and
an net exempting labor unions from
Decent advices from Christiana are
to the effect that strikes, lockouts
nnd labor conflicts are numerous ' In
Norwny at the present time, Tlie
lumber building, woolen and leather
Industries nro particularly affected.
Tho Dakers' union of San Francis
co, Cal., has apio'nted a committee
to prepare a recommendation to the
international convention that Is to
meet In October to erect a homo for
aged nnd disabled members of the organization.
Tho Mayor of Knoxvllle, Tenn., re
cently npK)lnted three representatives
of organized labor to assist in draft
ing the new city charter, nnd through
their efforts It Is expected that the
Initiative and referendum clause will
The Nashville, Tenn., trndo and
lalior council has gone on record as
npiMsed to statewide prohibition. Tho
question was sprung at tho Brewers'
union, which threatened to withdraw
unless some action was taken.
The national Joint arbitration board
of the Granite cutters employers' as
sociation nnd tho Granlto cutters'
union has adjusted all tho points In
headquarters In Chicago, III
According to the forty-eighth an
nual report of the Amalgamated So
ciety of Carpenters and Joiners of the
United Kingdom, tint total member
ship was, at tho close of 1907, C8.735,
showing an Increase over 1905 and
190G. There was also an Increase of
tlve In the number of branches, the
total being 910 at the commencement
of the present year In the United
Kingdom, tho colonies, and lu the
Organized labor has tho right of
recognition. It does not deplore nor
object against the employer being or
ganized, It Is far better to make a
contract between organized bodies
than It Is between individuals. Indi
viduals stand alone wthout any force
nnd destroy the right of mutual con
tract. Tho condition Is deplqrahle,
but no one is to Maine but the Itnll
vldtial. Ho stands In the way" of col
lectlve bargaining and better condl
During 1900 07 there were lfl9 trade
disputes In tile Dominion of Canada
live more than lu the preceding year,
and 35 more than in 1901 03. Nearly
one-half of theses trlkes occurred In
Ontario. Questions of wages led to
82 disputes, ami tl'o recognition of
unions to 13. Of the total 50 disputes
ended In favor of the employers, 41 In
favor of tho emploes, and 32 were
compromised. In live cases tho
strikes were nearly successful.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy Would Have
Savsd Him $100.00.
"In 1902 I had a vory severe at
tack of diarrhoea," says H. N. Farrar,
of Cat Island, La. "For sovcral weeks
I wos unalilo to do anything. On
Mnrch 18, 1907, I had a similar attack,
and took Chamberlain's Colic, Cholora
and Diarrhoea Doinedy, which gavo
mo prompt rolief. I consider It one
of tho host medicines of Its kind In
tho world, nnd had I used It In 1902
believe It would havo saved mo a
hundred dollar doctor's bill " Sold by
F. J. Damgoy and Hoffman Drug Co.
That's tho name of tho best flour
sold In Ardmore.
An Addition to Ardmore in 10 Acre Blocks
Overlooking Ardmore from the North. Only one-half
mile from city. Location fine, soil fine and the price is
right. Best proposition near Ardmore. Five io-acre
blocks already selected. Don't wait until they are all
sold then ask someone to kick you. Buy now while
you can get the best, all good, but some are better.
The price is right. Call at our office for full informa
tion. Phone 726.
Riggins Suggs Adams Co.