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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Ardmore, Wednesdsy, July 15, 1M3.
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Bsatwttat awtrty vltk Xi"i. Mad
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M flat ClaS ati.
Bakrior X 4s MM.
nssssus n s n :. :: s "
Awwwawti of ciaba, to- a
efattoi or a?ffi uatio of aay ::
kisa ax-nlcf ta flm pan of s
ta ia4 latesrt1 tar - "
Ueatloa ta 5wWi laaa awn n
rwb talt cc Friday. No "
Oca cost 6 r1t:B oa oa "
atd of tea aap-r claarly aad
distinct:), a&d la th fatara ;
ub1-s roiTd os mday :
their aubl catloa oa tka 8aav ;
day we will ka tm4aalMa.
ABonymoui eooirikaUoa vill U
not hv coa14ared. and tka
Mrrrur.M who ar ax aa n
trusted ltk tka daty of sa4 ::
lag aiticn i:l ploaa its "
thrm is order to aava ana oas-
aary loTeitltatloo. aad ttalay. X
THE UNIVERSAL TOPIC.
couM th nrdiaary maa
in coareraikD akbM
W itkom tka kac.ay'd waatkar
Aa loadar for kla Uaa?
'mfd ka without an Hfort tbiak
Of Brtktr aay
I n .1.1 t aurtad wltk
r a -ly dar
H- ..n tr a Una
Th . . . co . roaad
Aid ,.f ta 1 -
A:1 . . f.ll ..
T1 'on r - a.d.
In ealUat os a Udr
Tka kaakfwl as, aad ai.y
' tat tatak of aaatklac to aar.
Tkovflk kw hi kaat may try.
H ataBMnaaa aad la joat aboat
To ttjra and run away.
At4 tkaa tka waatkar topte coaaai
Vad aatraa lor kirn tka day.
Tb . n UltBC on bis mlad
A' n tick of that,
I' I ' - frtoad and flndi
T coanaaUon flat
H 4raa tka aood old weather la
A tkay raaatna thalr walk.
Y tf cuaainf e4 dlacuaalaf that
Moat aoy e ran talk.
J4c aad Mra J C. Thompaoo ara
-.rtalBia thalr !, Mrs. Robart
l-ae "o, ot Ma9pkta, Taoiv
if aa Carpraiar of Iowa, a rota
v of Mr. aad Mra. Byron Draw, is
a i- saat at hrir bom.
Mr. iMtd Mra Walter C. Dmd ara
in Dallas at the retention.
Mra Siay 8uaa ratunwil Tuna-
lay from a vtatt to aar mother la
Mt. PlaaMDi. Txa.
Mr. aad Mra J. r. Uaaraa will
Inava toworow awralBg fr a Ua
dayi' vacation and win tpmtl tka
time In Kort Worth aad Den too,
Mr. aad Mrs W. P Poland will
leave In t few da for Michigan,
mhoro thoy will tpod the hatl
Mr. and Mm. J B Sitraglii will
;o to Michigan for u van Ion.
Mr. nnd Mra. Chan, U. nlron
iwlll sjiend a fortnight In Canada
M. Hans z. Gasvsborg. 111-wma'-it.j
tr parati ad
Um lwtr marj froa tk
B4 Mi th J1 iMNflUMcr tte
isswy to Sfabr
tfro a baimi trp to
ar a apvat Soaaay aW plaaa
aatly 1ta fr4
Mr aad Mra W It
atrtaiala tkatr nhca. Mtaa Pk&if
MeKar of Oatkrto. at tkir jlrrrraT
koaaa n Marafv Hotta,
Mra. Jo P Bl4to. ko la
ra( aalto vitk kr rakMirea, Or.
as4 Mra. BraatL ta Ada. ta patt
atrk at tkoir bom aad itl t iaarad
that ak kaa typkod favar.
Sostttlr post tarda coaaa tkia
ibf fia Mra. D. K. AJloa fca ts
tooHut tko aorta atst at priaaat fa
Mis 'irt Carr iraaa vary aater
uttax aoat earda of Moataaa laaaarj
:a hica state ake ia aaaadlac tka
wmsw aad eajortaf aa aataata cU-
rnate durtag oar kotteast daya. hllaf
hitk hi arack tmprorad. Tkla
r f rood aw eo fcer aaaay
M;a Mary Hobaar la speadlag a
I '- Jan in Taaltma wltk tlwa Elks
and their wlraa.
M- aad Mra. Qailiott wat aoa
.o Dallas Taeaaay avoaias aad will
ake in the Elk ealakrattoa.
ttoa Raaaell. Oil Wol-roa. Tom
Frame. Tota fMhe. Uoa Praaae, Jo
Smith. Jim Wbvlaee. I. U. Tanaaa
aad Smith Mataoa jota4 th aatlarad
hunch la DaUaa Uat alakt aad ill
p-al th. reatatader of tka woak
Mra. Ham p. Bee aad Mra. BUIwall
H. nuaaall will eatertata aattjaeiy
thla evekag with a jrck aad tkaater
party at tka Gilmer A Dumber of
thtr cioaeat frieada have kaaa aakd
and Mtaa Schaeil of Guthrto wUI be
the hoaor et. The aaaJr will
doubt lea be one of the saavtaat of
the weetVa dotBga.
Mra. Drew etMertaiaed very kafor
ataliy Taaaday mantac oompHaMabtry
to Mlsa Canentvr or loaa. a aioce
of the Drew. Mia Bailer of Detroit.
Tnwa. aad Miaa ScaaeU of Oathrte.
tka koaaa gueat of Mra. (Uun P. It...,
The bouae waa a vorruble bower of
sammer gowera aad dainty ImMm
mt-nt fl tor fortyo. whicb raa a
marry roaad for mora tkaa aa boar,
aad at the knlah a dellctMia cimr
Itaschoon waa aerved Miaa Ammle
Moore, a stater to the boatMsa. aa
114 in entertaining. Ike gueaw
were Mr. Ham P. Bee. Stllwoll )
muaaeil. Mi. Moor. Mra. Harold
Waiare aad Mra. Fondle Wolrerton ot
Ok Lt bo ma city.
The member of the Flrat Prea
btian Aid aoctMy met with Mra.
H f Potterf Tuesday aAeraoon ta
trictly a buaiaea eaoa. Tbee
ladie are routb interna td In church
moving. The old Cumberland church
will be moved uer th Flrat church
and uaed aa an annex for entertAMltiK
and other purpurea. During the hott
ed month the aertiona will meet to
gether. Circle No. 1 of the Broadway Meth
odiat chun mt In a very pleamutt
aaaalon with Mra. M. T. 1-elker. 'ITtere
was quit, a bit of Mewing done and
after the buaineaa hour a social Out
waa apeat. when the boatesa ervei(
aummeMlnM refrehmenu. The
gueata were Mm. L v. Ikmner of
Outrtrtf. Mrs. ljwtiard ol (alneviile.
Mra. Maupln aad Mia Bunlce Scott.
Circle No. I enyyed a er ,eaiwnt
afternoon with Mr Sallie Smith, at
n-r home on Wet Broadway. T4iere
aa an unusually large attemlntice
itud the time aaa apeiM In setting a
quilt together, after which, Ml 1.11
lie Bell Hobaou. a niece of the hoateaa.
gave a number of piano lectiHi
which wera heartily enjoyed. After
the xrk waa nnlahed refrehment
Circle No S busted themselves
'Wiii; for ilie ChrlMina' i.aar at
th how of Mr-i I Bas on Har-
gtnc H. -gl.t. T'i. was a good!
I D jnlm pfnn aad oVH ckob-s :
' -rmti T ttkates promt tr'--
on. o.' ta rry ooigat fao-) -.
tales Tr krM Is ta cltjr u--
fhrtataiaa tlm. and It lll .
o boM oC roar hoiiaay buying u:.-
-ji ttoir ataet.
nrcl .Vo. 4 mat wtta Mrs P--
! and tacr oaly a aaaa.ll ac,md
aoc praaaan. oa of Ita aM-aibers
Mat ck aaa 'Ha-rs m o( ton
Ta-jr ait aala at k an I
all ar mriM to k? araat sad br.oc
Tka Carr Atmw MakitiM A
octet? an-t at tka ekarvk. Tor-
a attaaatt ami tk ladles s -or'kkas
kara to ij OS a aXx f r
puaiiiat oa tk aar'oaaa .
aittiaaa oa h artai atvB VrU
vaaafaK a tka karrk lawn r-;- -
4. a4 a alt a aat cam got t,,
Mra fl r StoatedaJe and Ml Van
Camp art ia towa from Oklahoma ;
Ht to the laersr of ine Coort
Hoaor. a fraternal orsmalaatioa. Th
oraer is a aesr one aad la wail backed
la M yoa amy aarry a atek. accident
or deatk bestesK aad Ita aoctal fea
tare are th arawtag card for tho
Mra. Haakeil. wife of tka governor
of Oklahoma. 1 tfUkB tka women
her kow ak kaa otrd tke ferTan
girl problem. At aay rata, ake ha
followed a BMtkod wkiek after twenty
yeara' eiperleace, aaahtea her to make
tka Mateaieat that ska never tad aay
troakte wltk kp.
"I no on the theory tkat 1 need
my kelp )aat aa mack aa tkay ad
8a.' aaid ake. "The benefit I mutual
I treat them aa Meads, they treat
me na(a frtead who baa a personal
tatereat In their welfare I have never
allowed my children to aaaame v
perior air or k-k upon those who
did the work of oar household aa oat
aide the pal of their caaaMeratioe "
la addition to tka aerraat problem,
wkiek Mra, Haskell aura la acute in
OtUafcoaaa, they have tkere tka aegro
"I do aot kaow wkat are going
to do wtah tka oearro," ska amid. "To
as he iHioaga so aa lafarior race.
ad Teddy Hiovk kaan't helpnl
the matter one bit. aettber has Booker
T. Waahinjrtoa. I tktak the raee to
day 1 aota; backwmrd inatead of for
ward The nearo of slavery time waa
far superior to their sraadchildrea of
today CHerer Poac
Alice Roosevelt Loofwonh and
(arty from Denver enjoyed one of
the most thrilling ei rrieoee of their
' live, this morning, when. In the midst
I of a raging electrical storm, tkay weat
I up Pike peak on the oog road.
1 Tka trip up the peak waa unevent
ful, bat on the return the tight leaped
ia Jagged tinea among the hills aad
th party waa most enthusiastic over
the apectacular display. Ixmr worth
rode wKh the engmer In the cab aad
eemod to be havtnx the time of his
Ufa. The remain dr of the party took
refuge laalde of the coach, but aoh
h rx-upjed every miaute In caslaK
at the wonders of nature. Kcbinz
tka CHS houae in MaaKou two hours
laior, Mrs. ljmworth apoh Mhuslaa
cally of the estitBK Incident.
The party tried to get back to the
Sprint In an automobile, but was
stalled abdut midway and returned to
the Cliff house where they look lunch
They returned to rh- Atulr hotel
later In the afternoon and left for
trover on tb Kio nmnde M 4:25.
In the party with Mr. ami Mrs. Ini
worth aad Mr. Porter were Mrs. Me-
dill MdCormick. N'orman Hapgood. edi
tor of Collier's Weekly. Ml Cortnne
HuMnew. W. B Conner and H, P.
Iarkr Itocky Mountain New. Colo
Mrs. iw.ml. ituce matron of Okla
home City. nd a llfe-loaa; worker in
elevHtlnic ami pnrieotiuir the boy and
Kirls of Oklahoow. Is nm u ntr
uitt a wider Held of labor. She la
an HbU udvocate of the roatmrn, and
the Ardmortrfte prvdlct a srlorlou
fwttiru for thin talented women. What
a pity thore are not more auch noble
War Against Consumption.
J All nations arts endeavoring to
tiecK tno ravages of consumption the
"white plasue" that claims so many
victims onch yoar. Foley's Honey and
Tar euros couBhs and colds perfectly
and you aro In no danger of con
sumption. Do not risk jour health by
taking some unknown preparation
when Foley's Honey and Tar U safe
and certain In results.
Is the name of the bt sa ran;e
sold In rt.'i'nore I'aes less gas be
cause of Its patent damper Holman
& Ileal, sole agents I'lutublng and
Ras tlttltiR. Phone SIS 12-3
BUILD NOW wnile prices on ma
terial are cheap. Let us figure with
you on your lumber bill
2tf SMITH FRALEY Lt'MURER CO,
CURE FOR SUMMER COMPLAINT
At no time of t- e -.fif ae t-ie Iniwel tut to a neverer tMt than during the
..'it weather -'i ). ",e afflitted w'h "uraraer complaint,7' or
r-aa.ng o( the t ei i he a very often lies In the drinking of Impore
USE wi'er, the eating of unnpe fruit or tainted food
np Pl nwri I 'ljt whatever the cause it Is umIcm to try to cure
evDiin ncneiu ,he ,rou,',a wl,h an aringent remedy, an opiate,
ainUf I'C.fSin tr salts and such things. The bowels need not
only a thorough t ta- o--t, l-ut the stomach needs strenthenlng and toning,
o that they may hare a new start. All this Is best obtained by the use of lr.
CaMwell's Syrup I'epvn, which is a great stomach, liver and bowel cleanser.
It w.ll quickly stop the unnatural passages, which are so weakening and give
r e to vertigo, 1 housaads of families ate using It steadily and thereby avoid
a!l d gestlve troubles summer and winter. Huy a 50 cent or II 00 bottle today
Tmr clnnrrltt oJ jo wul n urprltd t tlx Qolck aod Uttlnr e(T(i. You will ttr
it a raiVJ. gent: U11! 7rrhi to yoan? and oU, id) abrlutelr (utrintttl to do
H4m. Vo-J w.l vo fai It moacr ar. lof It will tntblc you to tore yourn-tt it
v '"!' That who hTnr tr,-t It tod wuh to do o before barlow a bcttla. can obtain
a SWU rot A HSUEte OF r.llB0l b.ndlnHblrddrM. to
PEPSIN SYRUP CO, Monticello, IIL
NOISY AND ENTHUSIASTIC DEM
ONSTRATION GREETS HIM.
ON HIS RETURN FROM DENVER
Omens of Guthne and of the State,
Regardless of Politics, Accord
Him Hearty Reeeptton Ad.
dress By the Mayor.
Ouaarl, Okta, July H The bome
comini; of Crnor Haskell today
waa tks taeaalBB for a beany reojtv
tioa. free irata politics. Prominent
cititena of tka capital Joined la a wel
come tkat visibly affected thu gover
nor, aad ke wprteatd ht genuine ap
preciation, all the more forceful in
the uoepeene of the ovation h
received, aa ke replied to Mayor
Barnes- address of welcome from the
atepa of tke taaaporary ute houae.
The train aa which Mr. and Mrs
Haakell aad party arrived waa met
by members of the governor's private
staff, a company of Oklahoma national
nurdemen as a long line of state
officer, haalaasa men aad r-sld-m
in ButomoMk-s gnd earriaea. The
first reciw-aial band led the proo--slon
that traversed Oklahoma ST-oue
to Ike Mate halld nr.
Oovraor Haake.i rode barebead-4
la aa ooea carriage with Actinr Gov
emor bikiMy and other member of
the admlaiatratioa. He nod) rn
Uaaally as he eckaowid'.ij rh-
and tke greetings of personal jfqiir.',
taaeae. Mrs Haakell foUow-i ....
The atate bulkllac waa pr....
decorated with Imr aad Vir.: 1 j
Ian picture of the gover.o- v
han- over north ?ntror.-- .
the prooeMion came to a ha
3tt- Senator Harpr Cunning .v
oa of the repukUaaa m-m -. .
tke ftrst levMlatwre, propoil th-
ehwrs for Governor Haakell. and the
crowd that choked tho street In fr .n
of the stat- boux: retood-d wi'img
ly. Mayor Harn dHi'er-l th- w-l-com
In 1; address. xprosing the good
wilt of the capital, without regard to
partisan attlltuifcms, toward aV gov
ernor. He !; of the efflcartous
manner In which Mr. Haskf'l i.re
senied the Interesu of the Kat- at
Mr. Haakett sfoke for only a ftw
minutes in reapunso. Ho said th.L
Oklahoma, In the opinon of one t-as'
enter, had received wore advertising
at the national convention 'than n iM
have ben paid fur by a half nu:i;oi
dotutrs mI,I lor pre noucew He
said that at the convention th cn
btboma member on the vanoiiH c.un
mlttees was In eaeh li)Utnce t!i'
John Goloble. eilltor of the Girli'ir
Itegleter, a republloan iper, preexnt
ed Mrs. Haekell with a huge bouqu-t
of earnatlona. po)lng her a high trib
ute. Ills proposal for "three cheers'
met a hearty rK)nso.
One of the fixtures of the Informal
program waa the rending of an orlg
Inal poem by T. C. Whlteley of Gu n
Govornor Haskoll sioke to newspa
ier men In aa Interesting win of his
experience In DtvT. He wns hlajhly
pleaseil with the outcome of the latior
of the delegated and prellcted the
success of the national ticket.
It Is a revelation to people, the se
vere cases of lun trouble that have
been cured by Foley'n Honey and
Tar. It not only stops the cough but
heals and strengthens the lungs. L.
M. RugRle9, Reasner, Iowa, writes:
"The doctors said I bad consumption,
and I got no better unUl I tooV Fo
ley's Honey and Tar. It stopped the
hemorrhages and pain In my lungs
and they are now as sound as a bul
let." Sold by all druggists.
GOOD HOMES Very reasonable
and on favorable terms.
CHAS. K. FRALEY.
2tf Phone SJ.
Where You Can Register.
In order that the voter may not
misunderstand the situation and know
where to register the following Is a
list of registration officers and places
where the voter may go to register
so as to be able to rote In the coming
Precinct One W. IL Berry, in
spector, telephone office.
Precinct Two Frank Hyden, In
spector, Hyden-Hodges store.
Precinct Three J. B. Mansfield, In
spector, Mansfield's store.
Precinct Four C. P. Hall, Inspect
or, C. P. Hall's store.
Precinct Five W. S. McGowan, In
spector. Ward 3.
Precinct Six T. & Brldgtnan, in
spector, Brldgman'a Undertaking
Precinct Seven Lee Eddy, Inspec
tor, Apple & Franklin's office.
Precinct Eight W. P. Davis, In
spector, law o3ee, Slms-Pennlngton
Precinct Nine M. Heard, Inspector.
"E. C. DeWltt & Co- Chlco.RO. III.
Gentlemen In 1S91 . had a disease
ot the stomach and bowels. In the
spring o! 1002 I bought a bottle of
Kodol and the benefit I received all
the gold In Georgia could not buy.
May you live long and prosoer. Youm
'very truly, C. N Cornell, Rodlns, Ga.,
AI.R. 27, 1SQG." j: ill ty W U
Notice! s hereby given that at the
next meeting of the city council,
July 28th. 1S0S. bids will be received
for the official printing for the Cltv
of Ardmore by the city clerk n
later than 12 o'clock m. on said
This July 7th, 190S.
G. H. BRUCE,
Of courso they do. It is their way
of learning and it Is your djty to
answer. You may need a dictionary
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question, but there are thousands to
which it will give you true, clear and
definite answers, not about words
only, but about things, the sun, men,
machinery, places, stories and the
like. Then, too, the children can
find their own answers. Some of
our greatest men have ascribed their
power to study of the dictionary.
Of course you want the best dic
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THIEVES CLOSELY PRESSED
HAVE TWO FIGHTS WITH PUR
SUERS GET AWAY BARE
HEADED AND ON FOOT.
Weleetka. Okla., July It. Rare-1
headed and on foot two thieves, wlu
have bwn relieved of their booty,
part of their clothes and practically
all their ammunition, are at liberty in
the tillls near Castlo following ten
hour of exciting chass and two des
lrate battles with offlcem. At dark
this evening the officers and the ose .
that was formed at Castle returned 1
with the booty after a day of fruit
From Lee Patrick, a Strou.l hank-
; er. Saturday night a team and buggy
were stolen. Deputy Sheriff Wood of
Weleetka was put on their trail and
at dark last night he encountered I
tUm near Cantle. A fight ensued, I
several shots were fired, Wood was
shot In the trousers pocket, but with ,
out harniiul ei.ect, and tho thieves
Wood returned to Castle and a !
loasj of fifty men w&i formed, They j
Do you know that
you can save one
third of your cas
began a hot noarch and at 2 o'clock
thl morning overtook the thieves. A
light ensued and fifty shots were ex
changed. No one was Injured, but tlu
team and buggy have been Identified
; by Patrick and with t,te ham further
I clue as to the Identity of the tleelng
men may be obtained.
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