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Ardmore, Monday, July 20, 1908.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE PAQS TH.1KC May wood THE BEAUTIFUL An Addition to Ardmore in 10 Acre Blocks FOR SALE 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 arc 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'6ur office for full informa tion. Phone 726. Riggins Suggs Adams Co. Ardmore, Oklahoma GOV. HASKELL MAKES REPLY ISSUES STATEMENT KEGAttOING COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS, AT DENVER CONVENTION Thought That Texas Was Perfectly Satisfied and Felt That Brooks Personally Understood the Matter Defends Position. The Densmore Hotel 9TH AND LOCUST STREETS OFFERS the best ac commodations ii n d service of nnv Hotel in ICiwisus City ut moderate rates. We especially solicit the patronage of the great Southwest. Our rates are 7- Anii-rlcoo flin In S3 Per hay Kumiirra flmi .SI lo V- Vrt Itay Special Itiili-f hy Week or Mouth Try us next time in the city. Take Independence Avenue cars at Union Depot, get off at 8th and Locus and walk one block south. HEALDTON. Our Show Room Presents a very pleasing appearance with its stock of brand now plumbing goods. Uathroom sots and mirrors hero in profusion and every lac'.y is espocially invited to call to see our line of bathroom tixtures. We are equip ped to do your plumbing rignt and on short notice. Phono us and wo will be glad to submit you an estimate Phono No. 9. SPREKELMEYER COMPANY TINNERS. PLUMBERS ADD IAS FITTERS. WANT GAINESVILLE PEACHES. Fort Worth Wholesale House Orders Two Carloads. Gainesville, Texas, July 11. A wholesale house of Fort Worth today ordered two carloads of peaches from the canning plant which began bus, ness here last Monday, calling for the grade being cuuued at present. (Owing to previous orders for two cars, the. order" could not m filled. The management of the cannery lias found that there will be no trou ble In securing labor, but the lateness of starting will cut the season short, Circai delay In the erection of the plant was caused by rhu recent high water. A meeting of the fruit growers will bo held next week and they will iieei ,it the oor to the canning pbiiK by which they will be able to plant 100 0)'.' .ddltlon peach .trees t'tl- fall. Caseajweet, the wen Known romedy or babies and children, will quiet the little one In a short time. The In Rredlenta art) printed on the bottle. ontalns no opiates. Sold by W. Bt Frame. ' llenldton, Okla.. July IS. The past week has been one of good condi tions for growing crop!?. Cotton Is very late, but Is looking well. Mrs. M. H. Ingram spent the week In Ardmore with her sister, Mrs. I)r. Hardy, who Is still quite 111. Mrs. J. W. Orme and Miss Annie Haney are In Ardmore shopping. Ham llee was on our streets this week. Arthur I.ove. from Colbert. Is here on a visit to friends. Farmers are all well up with their work nnd crops, though late. look well. There Is some travel again on the roads. Tom Ingram and family aro visiting relatives near l.on Grove. Indications are fine for rain with the weather much cooler. We had hot winds on the 17th. A Revelation. It Is a revelation to people, the se vere cases of lung troublo that have been cured bv Foley's Honey and Tar. It not only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens tho lungs. I,. M. Itugglos, Heasner, Iowa, writes: "Tho doctors said I had consumption, nnd I got no better until I took Fo ley's Honey and Tar. It stopped tho hemorrhages and pain In my lungs and they aro now as sound as a bul let." Sold by all druggists. Vaudevlll- at the Alrdome. Vaudeville of tho htgiiest order will hold the boards at the Alrdome thea ter this week. Amlck's All-Star Van- devllle attraction Is the atylo of the company. A special feature with tho show Is tho three-round sparring ex hibition bout between Kelly and Hreniien. Iloth fighters have a big reputation. The prices will bo 15 and cents. War Against Consumption. All nations aro endeavoring to heck tho ravages of consumption, tho "white plaguo" that claims so many victims each vonr. Foley's Itnnnv nn.i Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly nu you aro in no danger of con sumption. Do not risk your health by taklns somo unknown preparation when Foley's Honey nnd Tar Is safo and certain In results. ALBATROSS That's tho namo of the best flour old In Ardmore. Guthrie, Olila., July lteplWig to a number of Tex.i- newspaper clippings bearing upon 1 n failure as chalrmaiii of the resolii' commit tee of the Denver u:tJon lomcnllou to name Judge M. M Hiooks of Texas us a member of Mi. -oiliconi-iiuMee to draft the tint i -i-.-1 platform, Gov V N. Haskell Vxp' .i- the inci dent in a statement in.nl. public to la) Some of the new -p.ipor clip pings received challeii-' Hie gover nor's democracy, a chat a., which he resents. The statement ic.id-.- "A search of the record- will show that the month I was lio vara of age (March, 1SS0) I was elected a dele gate to the democratic congressional convention from l.lbciu township, I'utunm county, Ohio. Tin- conven tion was held In April at Lima. Ohio. I continued us a citizen or Putnam county, Ohio, until I cam. to Indian Territory In 1001. - Kvery ear after 1SS0 I nan a dele gate to some democratic convention, and with the exceptions .f three dif ferent years, was a delegate to the democratic state convention, frequent ly servlit as chairman ami often on the resolutions committee I was a il 'egate from the Fifth Ohio district l 'he democratic national convention in IS'.:', and served as tlx- Ohio mem ber of the committee on permanent organization. "The Ohio democracy is. from ev ery standpoint, equal to the Texas democracy., ho that Ohio would be 111 good company. We bae probably lin.OOi) Texas democrats in Oklahoma, and they are the Mower of the Mock In. this slate, and Oklahoma Is' proud of Its Texas associates. "I was elected a chairman of the committee on resolutions at Denver, which I esteemed a great" honor, and by that committee was directed to appoint a subcommittee. Hon. W. .1. Hiyan did rot suggest to Charles W. Hryan, as reports hate made it. the states that should be represented up on the subcommittee Mr. Hryan ex pressed himself to me direct, as feel ing that the democracy at the Den ver convention, would formulate good committees. At the -anio time, feel lug that his exton.l.M acquaintance would be valuable. I asked him to suggest a few of the rates that would be In favor of deim. cratle Ideas and freed fiom any sun of prejudice agaiiicst government U the people. He gave nie the names of a largo num ber of states, Texas included; later three additional states expressed a de sire to have representation, and theso states were also recommended by Mr. Hryan, but as the subcommittee, which the general committee directed lo bo appointed, w.i- less than the total number of sta'.'S listed, neces sarily there bad to i.e some omitted. The delegations from many of the states, feeling thai they bad peculiar Interests to be expr. -hm! in the plat form la their locallt., for Instance, Asiatic Immigration m the west coast, and Irrigation in tie) arid regions, made demands of different delegations ami appeared to me as entitled to consideration. "I have no lecollectlon that the Texas delegation expressed any spe cial desire for representation on tho subcommittee, Mr did I know tli.it Texas had any feeling on the subject until after the worl. of the commit tee was over, when Judge llrooks nnd myself discussed tin- matter, and his only Interest as I mulct-stood lilm was to feel assured : hat Texas was not left off the committee ueciese of any doubt as to her loyalty. "I assured Judge Hiooks tint I had never heard the slightest question as lo the loyally of Hi- Texus dt-loga Hon, and to assure It: i ) i of the truth of my statement I called Charles W. Hryan to' corroborate my statement, that Texas was one ! the stales that Hon, W. J. Hryan had advised im was entirely satisfactory, and said to Judge llrooks thai I had left tho list with ( W. Hryan the day liefon Thl statement of mln C. W. Hryan corroborated to Judge llrooks, I went further, and oxpresaed to Judge HriMik-. that some states n res,irll ' ll.nl to lie omitted from the nub- j cimiiiii'tee and that urgent appeals, from other slates had been regarded. laud that as Texas was making no spe.lai appeal for representation on the Mlhciitnmittcp we natural') felt i that Texas was sntlslled "My perional Impression Is that i (Judge llrooks himself was cntlrch 1 sallrticl with the explication The; question of whether I am a notice In ' democracy, which ban aN.i been charged, of course U tun one thai I caie to argue. For twentt eight cars I have been Joins' exciMhic; within my power for the dcuuicratli party, and whether It has iioeii of great or little consequence Is a mat ter for others to Judge "The smscrtlun t h it 1 assumed an thorlly not tested It: me Is one I do not belle) e even the Texa- demo erary will Indorse. As eh. inn. in m the committee, and empower.. I b the committee to appoint a i u in mlttee, it was my privilege to a,-po i" tliem without eoiisulth 4 an ,idt hut, feeling that the wcir.m of I... ilenioerats would be better pi itu -'i I by consulting others I fed Hi.it I di I the proper tiling in consulting tit".. who felt Kiilllcictit id. it st to di cuss the question " As Served in JLeading Tea Rooms In the leading tea rooms, and in the most exclusive homes served with ices, or alone you will find "Veronique" dainty sticks of crisp pastry with a delight- nu, candy-cream filling. Tempting in appearance delicious in taste. Viet can be ctrUin that thesa dcliiioiiH tidbits are pure and wholewirae. Packed In attractive tins at your grocer's 2fic. Have you tried Clover l.ef In 15c tint? Pliiloprn In 25c tint? I'erfetto in 10c nnd 25ct!ni? lpSE:Mli;ES KANSAS CITY WILL SUPPORT BRYAN SHERIFF WANTS TROOPS ANTI-IMPERIALISTIC LEAGUE NO TIFIES FRIENDS TO WITHHOLD THEIR VOTES FROM TAFT. I TEXAS OFFICER FEARS TROUBLE DURING TRIAL OF MURDER CASE AT CROESDECK. Huston. July 111 The e.eciille omnilttee of the niitllmperlallsUc cagtic Issued a statement toda) ice muni Hug that the friend- of the league withhold their totes from U'll Ham II. Tat l for president nnd sun port William .1. Ilrjan. The state mum u)i: We believe In the declaration ol Independence. Its I rut lis m e not less vldent to, lay thai when II rat an nounced by our falheis, are of univer sal application and cannot be aban- loiiwl while Kovernineiit by .lie peo ple endures. ' We believe In the constitution of the United States. It Kve the pres ident and conuress ceitaln limited powers ami secures to every man within the Jurisdiction of our kov- enu it certain essential iIkIKs. Vu deny that either the president or con- Bress can novel n any person any where on folde the constitution. "Hecause we thus believe we reo oninieiul our friends and fellow citi zens to withhold their wiles from William II. Tafi, who stands upon the republican platform, which denies Independence to the Philippine Is Ian. is and looks to local home rule as the only noal to bo attained. "So Ioiik as those Islands are held as possessions In. defiance of the prin ciples of tho declaration of ludepeud ence and without constitutional au thority, the I'nlted Slates Is pledwed to the tremeiwloiis task of fortlfyiiiK them ami their defense In time of war, while they remain n continual menace to American laboi ami Amer ican, industry. "TIioiikIi other ways of opposing the attitude of Mr. Taft mav bo wel comed, It Is obvious direct support of Mr. Hryan, Is an effective means of ruhuliiiiir i -lallsni !.. his sincerity and his earnest purpose to secure to the I'lilpluos their In dependence and because he stands niton a platrorui which meets upon, this vital Issue our iiuqualllled ap proval. "We recommend to our member and to tile members of allied leanues and to our friend Keuerally, that they, preservlnc the Independence or the movement, talie the most active (tart In the pendlliK political cam ralmi and In. particular In their re spectlvn districts vote anil work for the candidate for coimress who will opiKiso the policy of Imperialism Antl-linperlallstlc lenuue, per exe cutive committee. "HltVl.VO WINSl.OW Secrelars " Austin. Teas, .lulj p.i.- -tihci-in Pritchaiil of Limestone coiintv has wired to tin. state authurlllts at tin capital for soldiers. Ills action r.il iow'k the appearance of a crowd or several thousiltlil people ut (imesbec:. Tliursday iiiornliiK durliiK the trial ot Joe Horsey, a negro, w1. was itUcn tile death penult) on the charge of Implication in Hie murder of Tildcn Coode, a white man, at lieu llur. four teen tulles west of (iroesbeck, I wcut five day iiko yes4erd,iy. Troops may Kit to Crooshcc1. to stand guaid dur liiK the trials of l-M Heard, a wiilte man, and Pearl (ioode, wile or the dead man, wlio uete placed In Jail In connection with the kllliiiK. In June, at Hen llur. near Cross beck. Limestone county, Texas, one liiKht 'I'lideu Coode, a white man about years of aRe, was sliot whlbi In his beil at his 'home. A double barreled shotgun was the weapon used, and the charge took effect In the man's head, tearing away portions or the skull and sealterliiK his brains .iliout the bedcdlothiliK. All Immediate liiM'HlKnilon by the authorities fol lowed. .Mrs. Pearl (ioode, who had been married lo the dead man about farce ears. Kiive testimony at the Inquest. Later the woman, whom Cooile had married at I'ott Worth, was arrested with I'M Heard ami Joe Horsey. lleiiil Is a wiilte man. Dorsoy Is a iicki-o. A Kim with which It Is claimed the kill In wai. committed, was found near the house. Tl'.e whole c'luitnuulty was aroused ViKoroim liiestlKatlou was continued. The negro was fltst tried ami was this week at (iroesbeck given fhe death penalty. The case of livard was then called. Prominent attorneys were engaged on both sides. Iirge crowds attended the trial of the negro. NEGRO KILLS WHITE MAN ANGRY MOD SURROUND JAIL, DENT ON LYNCHING. SHERIFF HIDES PRISONER Youno Man, Weak and Exhausted From Hunger, Was Sawing Wood to Earn His Dinner and Asked for Dltc to Ejt When Shot. uanocrme Works wonders. it produces hair Just as surely a rain and sunshine produce, crops. It produces a thick growth of luxuriant hair when all other remedies fall. Wo guarantoe Danderlnu. All druggists sell It 25c. fiOc anil $1.00 por bottle. To p-ovo Its worth send this nd and 10 cunts in stamps or silver and wo will mall you a largo free sample. Know', .on Danderlne Co.. Chicago, 111. Otf Hot Springs, Ark., July til. Claj ton Jackson, a negio cook at the Jacobs house, this afternoon shot and killed Albert Crawley of lS.'O Park avenue. New York city, a young white man about L';i cars old. Crawley came here without money a day or two ago and at noon ap plied to the cook for work to earn, a dinner. Jackson assigned him to tin; woodpile. Crawley sawed somo wook and then applied for bis meal. Jackson sent him back to split the wood. Crawley worked a while and thou stopped, telling Jackson he wa.-f weak and exhausted from hunger anil the heat, anil wanted to eat before Mulshing the task. Words passed and the shooting followed. Crnwley was shot through the iK-ck, dying a few minutes l iter. Jack Mm was arrested ami admitted the crime, but said C'mwley started after him with an ax. Aroused over tho story of tho killing, 500 people gath ct eil at the Jail to lynch the negro tonight, hut SherlfT Huchauan had spirited lilm away. At mlditjght about 500 peiMiirt wero still at the Jail, but there Is little probability of troublo now. The Inquest will be held tomor row . aabBciibo for tna Ardmortfto. The RemeUy Tnat Does. "Or. King's New Discovery Is tho remedy that does tho healing othors promise but. fnll to perform," says. Mrs. K. H. Plersnn. of Auburn Cen tre. P:t.. "If tu cnplni tin f thr.iit '.'III. I turn- trrinlitn fit Inner o.nnill,,,. that other treatments relieved only temporarily. Now Ulscovory Is doing me so much good that I feel con fident Its continued uso for a reas onable length of time wIJI restore line to perfect health This renowned 'cough nnd cold remedy and throat and lung heaU r Is sold at W H. Frame's drug store. 50e and $1 00. i Trial bottle free s.s.s 3oy's L-5 Saved. My llttlo boy, four years old, had a sovoro attack of dysentery. Wo had two physicians; both of them gave him up. Wo then gavo hi in Cham berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea llnmcily, which cured lilm nnd wo be lieve that saved his llfo. William II. Strollng, Carbon Hill, Ala. Thoro Is no doubt but this remedy siveg tho lives of many chlldr n each year, filvo It with castor oil according to llm plain printed directions and a euro Is certain. For sale by F. J. Hatnsey and Hoffmnn Drug Co. After a small boy acquires the cig arette habit the next downward step Is easy. You Should Know This. Foley's Kidney Kcmedy will cure any caso ot kidney or bladder trou ble that Is not beyond tho reach of medicine. No modlctne can do more. Sold by all druggists. d&w CURES BLOOD POISON A SAFE HOME TREATMENT In S. S, S. nature lias provided a certain, safe home cure for Contagious Wood Poison It is a muliciuc made . titinly of roots anil hubs of reco , nued blood-purifying- value, and is the one medicine whuh is able to get I down to the root of the trouble and remove every particle of the virus, an'l i at the same tune hem-lit and build up the system and general health. No j harmful effects ever follow its use. as is so often the case when strong- min eral medicines are used. As soon as the system ets under the influence of S S S the disease begins to improve and when the remedy has thoroughly purified the blood anil driven out every trace of the poison, no signs of tl-c tumble are ever seen again. The general manifestations of Contain us Wood Poison such r.s falling' hair, copper-coloted spots, ulcerated mouth and throat, sotesand ulcers, etc.. are merely symptoms of the poisoned condi tion of the blood, and in most cases respond quickly to local treatment, while S S. S. is doing the necessary work of cleansing the blood. Out 'Home Treatment" luiok is of great assistance along this line. It is a complete guide for Heating the trouble, containing instructions for the different stages of the disease, and also valuable suggestions aliout the local treatment, that will be most helpful in effecting n cure. We will be gla I to send a copy of this hook, free of charge, to any who desire it, and if special medical advice is wanted our physicians will take pleasure in sup plying it without cost to the patient. If you are suffering with Conta gious Wood Poison you can cure yourself in the privacy of votir own lioiue by the use of S S, 13., an absolutely safe rcmcH THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA,