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Ardmore, Wednesday, July 15, 1908.
that goes to Dallas should
Elk Charm, Button,
Scarf Pin, Fob or
Just received a new line
Elk Brooches for the Ladies
Card Cases and Natch Boxes
Walter C. Dean
At the Alrdome.
Ani unusually good house greeted
tho vatidevllllans at tho Alrdomo last
night. Tho bill was well received
nnd tho work of tho acrobats was
If anything better than tho previous
Trlxlo was nt her best In tho danc
A ehango of bill will bo secik In
tlu curtain raiser nnd at thu close
of the performance.
William Jennings Bryan
Speaks Today At Our Store !
Bryan Las just made records of his ten best speeches for
the Edison Phonograph sold by us.
The records consist of tolling passages selected from his
favorite orations on such subjects as "The Trust Ques
tion," "Imperialism," "Immortality," "The Labor Ques
tion," "An Ideal Republic," etc.
These mcords were made by Mr. Bryan himself Come to
our store and hear tho real voice and spoken words of the
A genuine Edison Phonograph complete with new big horn
for $12 50, $'2.'.00, $33.G0, sold for $1.00 a week.
Luke's Music Store
SOME SUMMER SPECIALS
Wc are making very low prices on Alaska Re
frigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers
and Quickmcal Gasoline Stoves. See us and
get our prices before you buy.
Tho following stores are Union Stores and In sympathy with
Union people, and obsorvo Union hours. You aro urgently requested
to patronlzo these stores:
Westhetmor & Daubo
Dltzler Dry Goods Company
Madden & Company
Baltimore Mercantile Company
J. K. Nelson
Treadwell & Company
J. J. Stolfa
Tho public la urgeitly i
Here on Inspection Tour.
Superintendent A. I. llntl of tllo
Santa Fo with headquarters lit Clc
burno, Texas, was In Ardmoro for n
short time yesterday afternoon Inspect
ing tho property of tho company. Mr.
Hall was on his roturn homo after
an Inspection tour of tho lino north
of hero that was badly damaged dur
ing tho recent heavy rains.
Tho Santa Ko has soveral extra
gangs nt work on tho lino doing bal
lasting work so as to havo tho track
In fln shapo In tlmo for tho fall
run of business.
Tho railway Inles In all scctlotiA of
tho southwest woro heavy losors by
reason of tho floods of tho past
spring and for that reason It no oth
er a number of lines that woro con
templated to bo constructed this sum.
mcr will not bo built.
Tho estimated damago to jo San
ta l'V In this lmmdlntu section, con
sidering tho loss of trnfTIc, will reach
Into tho hundred thousand dollars.
Police Court News.
Ono poor sinter who had visited
tho red Ink shop onco too often en
tered a plea of guilty to drunk this
morning, nnd otto fellow who becomo
so full of tho spirit that tho unusunC
peace nnd quietude of tho city was
disturbed, also entered a plen of guil
ty. Tho drunk was compelled to cough
up tho small sum of ten dollars, and
tho disturber of tho ponco tho sum
of nlno dollars. Iloth parties hnd the
necessary money and paid out.
I Delay In commencing treatment for
in slight Irregularity that could havo
'been cured quickly by Foley's Kidney
Itcmedy may result In a Fcrlous k'd
ney disease Foley's Kidney Remedy
ullds up tho worn out tissues nnd
(Strengthens theso organs. Commence
I taking It today. Sold by all druggist.
Hamilton & Company
Y. D. Lynn
ChlckaBaw Furniture Company
L. D. Muson
A. C. Young
C. P. Hall
W. M. Hlllls
It. A. Jones
Closing hour, C p. m, except
Saturday, which Is 9 p. m.
Doors open at 7 a. m.
lueated to trade with the above
MORE ON THE DOG LAW
ANOTHER BOY BITTEN BY A DOG
ON WEST MAIN STREET
Complaints continue lo pour Into
tho chief of police's office about dogs
bltliiK people on the stnet. A re
Krt enmo Into tho iollcc offlco yes
terday afternoon lato stating that n
dog, on West Main street, 'had bitten
a boy riding n wheel. Chief of Police
Garrett went to thu scene but could
not find the dog. Such is a dally oc
currence In Ardmore nnd yet nothing
Is being done to stop It, and a dog
law is on tho ordinance books ot
Tho city fathers will In all prob
ability appoint a dog catcher after
several cases ot rabies show them-m-lvos
and after soveral yon-,, live
havo paid the forfeit of being bitten
by iv dog.
Tho lKillce force Is anxious to have
the dog law enforced so as to rid
tho city oT a few hundreil worthless
curs that roam tho streets of Ard
moro for tho sole purMto of Inter
furlng with nnd biting pedestrian.
Unless something Is dono to otiforc?
tho law, people will tako the law In
their own hnndH and a number ol
H-opi who have valuable dogs will
havo them killed, as well as a num
ber of worthless curs will bo put out
of vhv way.
A father or mother will not stand
lor having their children scarred up
by a dog that Is fit for nothing but
blizzard meat. Ono chll l's life Is
worth nioro than all of the dogs In
GEO. BROOKS HERD FROM
T. P. JONES RECEIVES PHONE
MESSAGE FROM MISSING MAN
Tho whorenlxHitH of Geo. Ilrooks,
who left this city Mitnerhlng like n
year ago for Paris, Texas, but who
had not been heard of since, has been
beard from. George Ilrooks Is at'prcs
eut In tho city of Duncan, nil well
and hearty, and wants to know whero
his folks aro located.
Mr. Ilrooks telephoned T. P. Jones,
a local grocery man of this city, from
Duncan jestorday seeking tho Infor
mation. But a short tlmo since, tho married
daughter of Mr. Ilrooks. who resided
liero, and his grown son, died, nnd tho
wifo left this city to llvo In Sulphur,
where she Is located at present.
At the tlmo Mr. Ilrooks left hero
he was In the wagon yard business,
but concluded to take an ovorlan 1
trip In a wagon to Paris, Texas, and
so -Informed his wife. Aftor leaving
Ardmoro all traco of Ilrooks was lost
until the phono message was received
During the latter part of tho win
ter and the early part of the spring,
tho daughter died and as did a'xii the
Tho Information sought was given
.Mr. Rrooks who, It 1s expect 1, will
arrive hero In a few days.
Kodol wll wl.nout doubt help any
ono who has stomach disorders or
stomach trouble. Tako Kodol today
and continue. It for tho short tlmo
thnt It Is necessary to give you com
plete relief. Kodol Ib sold by W. 11.
As a result of tho Hurry for city
registration yesterday afternoon, 1,150
voters registered ut tho city hall to
vote In tin- city primary. Why the
voters registered, no ono knows. Hut
tho Oklahoma election law, passed by
tho iiist legislature, Is In such a tan
gled shapo that no man has as yet
been ublo to construo what tho In
tentions ot tho father ot thu law
If You Knew
Tho morlts of tho Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad
der or rheumatic trouble, $1 n bottle,
two months' treatment, sold by drug
glBts or by mall. Send for testimo
nials Dr. H. W. Hall, 2920 Ollvo
street, St. Louis.
Real Estate Firm Dissolved.
Tho real cBtato linn of Howard" &
Sims has dissolved, leo Sims having
retained tho management of tho linn's
Rev. I, W. Williams testifies.
Rov. I. W. Williams, Huntington,
W. Va.. testifies as follows: "This Is
to certify that I used Foley's Kidney
Remedy for nervouB exhaustion and
kidney trouble, and am tree to say
that Foley's Kidney nomedy will do
all that you claim for It." Sold by all
Tho ladles of tho Jewish Aid socloty
will entertain tho members or tholr
Sunday school this evening on tho
lawn nt tho 'homo or Mesdanies Moses
and Landman with a moonlight pic
nic and basket lunh.
(14. 14. Shaffer of Muskeger was
here last night, a guest oi one of the
W. 11. Alien or Woodford Is in tho
city today on busliioi.
11. N. McConnell Is nore tMfly from
Oklahoma City on business.
Luther Miller of Gainesville spent
last nlgnt In tho city.
Sam II. Ross of Durum is here to
day on business.
W. O. Williams of Duncan is hero
today on business.
.Miss Klllo Dennett or Oklahoma
City Is here on a visit to Mrs. K. L.
Goodman, on Sixth avenue N. W.
Mrs. Hoy C. Miller has returned
from Oklahoma City, where ho hns
been visiting relathes ami friend
Miss Crawford Canml.ell of Solum,
Ark., In here on a virtt to the family
of Judk-e C. M. Campbell. '
Hon. II. S. P. Ashby. a member of
the last legislature from Marshall
county, wiib hero t'oda for a short
J. D. Tannor la 'here today from
Maunsvlllo on business.
Mrs. George J. Hendricks nnd
daughter, MIhm Ruth, haw returned
to tnelr homo In Canipnell, Texas,
after a pleasant visit here with Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Richardson.
Herman C. Schullz, assistant state
bank conimlSMOiior, Is here today
from Coalgate. Mr. Srhult. is wind
ing up the affairs or th International
bank In tnat city.
A. S. Hamilton of Durum was here
last night on business.
Col .1. Fentress Wlsihmi of Musko
. trouble ot having to ship ami wait
gee Is hero today In tflie Interest of, . , . , '
. ... iii , , . rtun8 Is a good Idea. Mr. Ha l is
Tolii Smith, oandldato for corporation ,. , , ..... .
. Pur a,,x,ml8 '" ' '""t truck
Fori . II. Johnson
here tt lit;, on business.
J. S. Kelly of Kiowa Is hero today
J. G. lluchnn.iu of Tishomingo Is
heie today oil business.
Mrs. Sam D.iubu Is quite 111
her homo In northeast Ardmore.
Negro Divorce Suit Filed.
Homv Ilryant, through her attorney
him Hied suit for a divorce ig.vltii''.
her husband, Albert T. Ilryant, ally
ing as a cause abandonment. The
couple aro negioes. The petit'")! al
leges that they were marriod In
TenneHsee Jan. 7, 18. and moved to
Ardmore In 190", and that I'efelidant
abandoned plaintiff In May ot last
Just Exactly Right. ,
"I havo mod Dr. King's Now Life I
Pills for several years, and find them
Just exactly right," says Mr. A. A.
lelton of Harrisvlllu. N. Y. Now
1.1 fo Pills relieve without tho least
discomfort. Rest remedy for constl- j
pntlon, biliousness and malaria. 25c ,
nt W. II. Frame's drug store.
Marriage Licenses Isbued.
Tho following marrlngo llccnsos
woro Issued yostorday afternoon:
G. W. Morris and .Miss Mngglo
I. G. Ilrnndetiburgh nnd Miss Jen
nie Reynolds, Keller.
Cnscasweet, the won Known'rcmcdy
or babies and chlldicn, will qulot
thu little ono In a short time. The in
gredients nre printed on the bottle.
Contains no opiates. Sold by W. II.
Fire Boys Menagerie.
Ono ot tho new bom ant eaters
or tho flro department munagcrio
died this morning, and was burled
lnd uo form by tho hoy. Although
ono ot tho pets died, nu addition was
made to tho menagerlo by soino ono
bringing In a gra loon captured out
at tho city lakr. Tho bird was put
In a tub ot water nnd Is getting
along ns well ns could bo expected.
To My Patrons.
Owing to sickness. I havo been un
nblo to bo nt my placo of buslnois
for tho past few "lays, but hopo to
bo ablo to rosumo work within, the
moxt few days.
A. P. Watson, candidate for re-election
for corporation commissioner
will speak In the city hall Friday
night. July 17. at S oclock. 15-3t
R. A. Jones' Big
WOULD HANDLE PEACH CROP
SANTA FE REFRIGERATOR REP
RESENTATIVE HERE IN IN
TEREST OF LINE.
C. II. Hall, traveling representative
of tho Santa IV Refrigerator Dos
patch Co., with headquarters In Ar
kaiisas City, Kan., Is hum endeavor
ing to make arrungcmouis with thu
thu numerous fruit gorwers of this
iH'Olkra to ship fuvcral eats ot peaches
lo tho northern markets. For thu past
day or so thu farmers who llvo near
this city havo been ottering for salVi
large quantities ot pouches.
Although tho crop of Klbertas this
J ear is not us lingo as hibt year or
tho piovloiiB years, und neither Is
tho quality as good, )et the fruit
t ni,t,t " " suction this jear lus
i n 8,KHl rlltvor 1,8 tllu '"t Hlburtas
lf w,Ml 'r-ns.
11 ' t,u Intuition of Mr. Hull to
secure fovcrnl buyers ot fruit from
Chicago and other cities to inniu hero
for tho purpottu of buying tho crop
llreci from the producer and thence
Tho fruit crop of tho northern slates
Is practically a failure this yoar nnd
peaohes havo been, demanding a good
j price thioilgliout tho seaKOti. The
Texas orop Is practically ,uted
and thu local orop will reael i.
market In good time to bring ralrly
good prices and nut tho grower a
Tho fact thin Bilesmeii may be In
.liiced to coniu hero so that the far
mer may toll his crop without the
of Durant l!jKrowor8 'fKil7.o so that tho buyer
I may bo put to as llttlo trouble ns
nftornoon with Dr. Walter Hardy who
Is a largo grower of fruits, borrlos
and vegetables, and also this moruJng
with probabilities of tho deal being
closed so as that a buyor mny roach
hero within the next day or so.
Tho farmer who plants a fow peach
trees, vegetables, and other producu
will not cry hard times ns does thu
rnrmor who clings to tho slnglu crop
BACK FROM DENVER.
Several More Have Returned from
Denver With Stories.
Tho delegation from this city to
I louver Is returning Homo a few at
It ,IUUi a ,rnKB buuk tlllJ Hamo
report that Oklahoma was thu best
advertised state at tho conventi.
and Ardmore tho best advertised city
I" the state. Tho party to coniu back
hist night ami this morning consists
r w ,,. Clial , aml
Grove Chase. All report having had
tUio best tlmo of thulr Ives, but fur
ther tnau saying in
the wonderful speeches mndu by Col.
Suggs and W. P. Gilmer, havo nothing
elbo to say.
The parly from this city took In all
the sights, even tho Grand Canyon,
Pike's peak and Colorado Springs.
Mr. Gilmer, w'hon asked as to what
was dono with Col. Sidney Suggs,
Judge Russell and Mayor Dick, said,
"When 1 lelt Colorado Springs Col.
Sidney was on tho veranda of tho
Antlers hotel telling tho people why
tho wild cat was wild."
In. all probability tho remainder of
tho party, except It. W. Kandol, will
be home tonight or In the morning.
That's the namo ot tho best Hour
sold In Ardmore.
All members of Ardmoro Aerlo No.
5fc", F. O. 14., aro requested to attend
regular meeting tills evening nt 8
o'clock. Tho new suml-annual pass
word will lie given out ami tho ques
tion of sending a delegate to the
next iovslDii of the Grain Aorio dis
posed of. FRANK IIKRRYIIILL.
SHRINERS HAVE GOOD WEATHER.
Arab Patrols Give Exhibition Drills
"j In Ball Park.
St. Paul, Minn., July 15. Perfect
weather greeted tho Shrlners again
today, when they began another round
Whllo tho Imperial Council was In
session, tho Arab patrols gavo exhi
bition drills nt tho Lexington ball
STORM AT CHECOTAH.
Muskogee, Okla., July H. A terrif
ic wlml storm struck Chocotah, 18
miles south of Muskogee, today. Cloy
Thomas was killed by n falling seed
housoo f tho cotton Imll. Considerable
property damage was dono.
Hey wood Shoes Wean"
II A V K Y O T It S H ) K S tt K V A I U E 1) II B It H
XTA. .. THEATER ...V-
THAT C O ) 1. 1 I A C" 13
The Money Lender.
j Dancing Lco
Illustrated Soni "Dear Heart."
AMELIA HUNTEH, Manager.
... THE CITY DRUGGIST ....
Telephone 9W. Miiln St.
PAID UP CAPITAL $150,000.00
We sallclt accounts whother Urge or small, which will hav
our caroful attention.
SAFETY DEP08IT BOXES FOR RENT.
. . t.llll.. St.. t . 1.
I no iwuinoro .hiiiimh o. h.ih uuemi
organized and chartered under tho I
laws of tho stato or Oklahoma, with
a paid up capital or SO,000.00, with
J. C. Whaloy, president, 14. (5. Hall,
vlco president, W. M. Gwyn, secre
tary and treasurer, und has bought
tho ontlro Interest or tho Whaloy MR1
and Klovalor company In their Rour
mills, grain elevators, etc., situated
at Ardmore, Oklahoma.
Tho management ot tho now busi
ness will bo In tho hands ot Mr. 'V.
M. Gwyn, who has been In charge ot
tho Whaley Mill & 141ovator Co's. bus
Iness hero slnco tho mills woro built
In Ardmoro ten years ago.
Some now Improvement) will prob
ably bo lidded soon to meet tho grow
ing demands ot tho trndo of this sec
Tho now company will appreciate
very much tho continued business of
tho customers and friends ot tho old
firm, and each and every favor en
trusted to our enro will havo prompt
and careful attention.
Yours vory truly,
A It DM OR 14 MILLING CO.,
Ily W. M. Qwyn.
You Should Know This.
Foley's Kidney Kcniedy will cure
any cbho of kidney or bladdor trou
ble that Is not beyond tho reach nt
medicine. No mcdlclna can do more i
Sold by all druggists. d&w
Water ill tore save (lector bills. Porch similes all
sizes. Refrigeintors new und second hand.
Freezers, nil sizis. AVe swap new goods of all
kinds for any old thing, ai d rent, repair, pack,
crate, store and ship all kinds of housohold goods.
No rents to pay. Free delivery wagon. Phoue SCO
C. P. HALL
Nitiiicsl Household Furniture Store In Oklahoma
P. S. .Ve sell ironing furnaces and charcoal.
N. H. Easy payments to newly married people.
CAMPAIGN AGAINST WEEDS
Fred Emerson Appointed Special o
FRED EMERSON APPOINTED SPE-
CIAL HEALTH OFFICER TO
ENFORCE SANITARY LAW.
Tho city nuthurlUs aro going after
violators of tho health ordinances
without gloves, and all person who
maintain hog pens within tho city
limits or who havo wetxlH growing on
their promises may look out or clean
up. Fred Emerson has been appoint
ed special health olTlcor to Inspect
tho i rem I so nnd vacant Ids in tho
city whero weeds nro found to bo
growing. Mr. l'.merscn assumu.l tin
duties of his position today, and In
celebration ot tho ovent ot his ap
pointment treated his fellow officers
on tho pnllco forco to Ico cream
It Is understood thnt no property
owner will bo notified but ono tlmo
to clean up and unless tho promises
nro cleaned up within two days there
after prosecution will follow.
Tho city authorities Intend that
Ardmore shall hold to tho roputatlon
It has for being tho most healthful
city In tho union to Its slzo.
That's tho naino ot tho best flour
sold In Ardmoro.
UP CADDO STREET