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Ardmere, Monday, Jul 20, 1908.
PACE f CR THE DA uV AROMORE TE The Ardmoreite Daily it m mmm mmi tnmi SIDNEY 8UG08, PrldnL T A FT ON PROHIBIT ON. ...n,-. 4 '. t, ':. 'i'-.x.c ra'i ; i at.d republican 'fte regro vote mljrbt i j The following paragraph. rortn maie or weight in ieriiic (at.li'a'e Taf . on sumptuary i i loe elect. on and the negn.e ge- V..fMidHrt h" hM " ths-m In raw consideration from bota par-j fl T SIsf.gfT ss rKrj-Tftfx ( itn worn, ruur vt dv vwwiiuiiih iu Mfx'r-i''iiwr 'rr w-r-iMiv,' published by Charles 8cr-1 followers that i i good politic to ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wtiit'.r.rton ' (. hr". " ". Ble. K. W 'nrk J K kalr uiri it th Potofflei at Arrlrnf i Sfnrt;Uii Matmr. ner'a Ions. K "thing to mora foolish. ; )o! the democrats. So tar ta move- nothing more atterly at variance with Official Paper for Carter County ' If. it i in the Ardmoreito It IH .etfH . mri It localised to southwest Texas and nay Irak little headway agaiost tradition and rare prejudice, but It open ap interesting possibilities of a r-allgameat in th south." oo INDIANA MEN ARE MASCOTS. TF.RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Th D.lly ArdmarclU Dt. Wk 1 Ou. Moatn " Do Ye,ir Th WnHy Ardmaftlt I it Tr. 7 Ml EU iiOOU. lt.fJ MBIltb Phonm. touInM Manager's OttOB .. Ct'j dltor oSio QI UtUDC sound pobll'- x4le 'han to Pet a la which, by reason of the coadl ttnna surrounding a coaasuaity la hich It l Allied to 99 JBW. la In tapaol of nfor eajont. floca as In---aas Is sometimes aVeaenteg by imptuarjr laws ty hlb tbe sale iitniMtin iifnior la iinahlliti it . . ....i ,w. !fw th Jmocratic part) haa turad jnlr niuilr In loealltiM hro the . ' i-.n.ik- ntlmfot of th lma4Htr -onirtiuniij dM-a not and not aoa :n th nffjfmJ of th In f i' U caa- tho lftltlattao la uaglly ; i,- rvnulf of atitfeM ftr Popl" In The Artlmcr?. :t j i;L riled to aa- aousc Joaa WU;i. a a candldlal ior tha oae c: IUpresatoUre-from Cart.- etfMtr, j'jt to tbt action of tba Oiaocratic primary electlos Aant 4, lfrts. Tbt A Minor. -a autbortxed t aaaoaon ll&m P a a eaaildste .'or rprtwatitl from Carta; eonnty. Aa)aowiCernt .i maU tubject to tbt actios l the democratic primary, Assist 5, 1903. For tor Irtt tlmj ' wen'-four .U 00 It ...W5 ... I ...Hi '4'.'t Monday. Jul 20, 100. WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, it W K PBE.SIlKSi JOHN VOP.TH KERN. ' rountr; bo ar tfotmninod to i k ih-ir Mio ettlfM In tb cJt r Th crtiwnt of the law ".rm-a thrfogh tb eonatry rpr-m'i'-.. aho form a majority of the I'-!. atir-. but thi nforr-fnat of th- law 1 anions th tmp bo arr (ricrally iptxmrii to Ita raftamt, and under urb draimatanc the law i a td Wir. ThU r-au!t la rrt argument in to ladUaa for a cundldatr on lt oa- jtiofkt tlctcd. Not aincc- tb nomiaa Hon of Tbocnai A Hndrickii for vie pmldvnt In 1114 ha the Hooaler iat bn ca!li upon for a caadard boarr. In th lll-atarrcd cam pal zn of 1M0. Wm H Engllab wfnt down to dfcnt with General Winfleld Scott Haacotlt. whil tiOr yara later Hen Tbt Artlmot ' I aathorlM to announce I)r. J ' Younc aa a can didat for th ftate soat. An nonneaioat l mad anbjt to the action of tit democratic voters at tbo primary ectlon Aorut i. The Anlmorette l ftuthorlid to announce V. Oilmt-r at a mndl dati for tfee offle- of rpreseotattTe from Carter County AnAOuneement I made b'. to the action of the democratic rot-: at the general prt- drlrka waa elecied to the chnlr blch,mary clecttm A mutt I. waa vacated by democracy at th- ciuw w iacnnnan aannnwiraiiuu. i fJurlna; tbla ame period the reptibll- can party nominated and elected m.- Hop- l-eo XIII died. eo - I'rllaod Tflecram It guilt ot l-ml oa Atin lino Hell.) the HAOJamlik Harrlaon to the presidency . , . , , in la. u no waa defeated tor re favor of local op- larflAn It. 1 09 hv rirnvur rtMrc.ltiH Hon. whtch It really an limtrunierv ' ' alitr for d. termin.ng whether . law ,B ,WM tU W; ' m. enforced. n-fore It I. made preay and . , . i elected. The nomlnrtlon by the deni- ojieratlve. In caaee where thi aale , .... ... .... crata of John. W. Kern of Indian- of liquor rami.it be proMblted aa fact, . mlnlah the atll than to attempt foiw-"7"- ,w"7"f' ,w . hair nlth ,- .. t. rir " r'ar,1 ,n,"", NhUM tbo drummer. A CurlcQ Army Teait. Of all th r.r:t.li ri'sritnenw tbe Welah fnolleer I rue tin- most tirlotH army toant. It f-rmn part of the crf mony of tb trraii.l iliuncr siren an nil ally oti St. DavM d.iy. After tlio diu ner the drum tn.-ijor. n'-'-otnpanleU by tbe srat. th- uni-...t of th fnnlli-eni. Ix-dej-fcl wltlt nmetttn of rwl anil Mm ribbon. march. nroiiml tlio tabl enr rylnc n iilate of leek. Kerj ottlcvr or xueat who lina in-or .nteti one In-fore I oblige I to .Jo i f-'nmlliii: on Ins fK.t on tliu tuble, whiit' U-.-it n roll U'Uillll liiv Iv ia draatlc tow an-1 the failure to en force It there la tnjected Into the 1 gnwnd. It may be that the delegate' chair, lie were perauaded that there I lurk I NVIahttinii in at. Indiana candidate. UM, , - . . . .W- .A... ..... , .... two". . ... ouly one candidate of ntiher .. ;ireaen( daah but be . .- .1 in one respect he'li eacape ., i.o'-air blaau thai tbe real f u . . ct for several month' to come. i to be observed or violated accordtoa ' to the will of those affected. I mitl ! not any how altogether pernlcloua i u b a loose theory la. Oeneral (Irant Tir" Wataon in Oklahoma. "all that the way to secure tiie re- I' I r i. i Watacn In Georgia and Pro , ,n Wntaon In Ohio. There are mixta of Watson and they are In is of parties. t,. now they are saying that Ben peal of a bad law aa to en torn; It. Hut when, the part of the community Affected by Ita enforcement, thla la not a practicable method. The con 'taut violation or uegict of any law Inasmuch ai lrty from that state in more than a quar "r"of a c-iitin s-iii don to defeat. --OtrcinnaM Kitiiiin-r MORE CHEERFUL PROSPECTS. Is then i oiiMiIcritl a true All tin t.iuitN nre conp!el with the tiHini- nf ,t. Iiitvlil. It Is In miK'h tltlH whv Hint the toast it!i lilshlanil iHmorM i ilmnk. Km li cuet stands wltli one foot on M rlialr ami oiic on tin- table am! the plpcre. a-plp-IliK. purnile I lie room. No Plate For Dog. In It liiipoisll.lt- in Jap-in to keep a There hrtve been neveral ImrUint K.0,',1 lU,K'' . 1 t I. lml any i,,K which enaou tbo law la not the nart , . ., uirappenr in u lei-miiiu-iy miraculous T . . ... i iievempmenis in oom me iinanciai ,K , ..,. ......... .... I l a creiit ileum ml for iloskliis, epe rlHllV lliiit' of oihik iIokh, wo liavi; been careful In hating oiu- ili.i: wnten and cominerclftl worlds tlurliiR thi past week, 'the nature of which han been to Inspire further cunflilitnce In ,r (iimgenhelmer of (,lorado owes , ,d(l fo a d..m.alle.l view of all . th Knt imiiln,.M miUiitk of i-illtlcal success Ui a mascot. iBW, awJ thB chides of the lawa to the same sort that nas madoj enfowd then be!omea aa uncer- entors. and that la vulgarly Ma M ( H J)0Uc,, extK. known as money. tlve In respect to public opinion Is likely to make II. Rui'h a policy (un tile , ci imt4ry at large, as well as to ciiMte a more cheerful fueling In the miim k 'j market. The ngrleultutnl tllstrictM of -n.e i.rohll.lllon national cotiveutlon lipion-a that women -Irlnk more than "l:"" -nlargeB In the community the. , ,tl, a derate ago. The prohl- '',h "f nM' ,,h h,'n crL''1 l..i ...iista ouaht to reflect that tb. 1 M"" ' t exlal. ,.i..en are still tolerably tempurate' la hr wwiIh. Tuft Wlleves In ,J rum. ami cheer up. ! 'cl P't hihI homi-rule. Now wei tli.. coiMitry havn been visited by more or Ihmb copious ruins and tint grow ing crops have thereby been material ly lienetlted. In a billion, iiumUtake able evidences of still urmiter Im provement lb iimny linen of Indus irt, notably the Iron ami steel an I wl. Nevurtliele be disappeared t IiIm inoriiln. Aliint i-ier.v foielirner luis lint n iIuk or iIik. and even n n-n rap tnlu who was lliiis. dit .is on Hlioru liad his tins polsotiiil Hie llrt day lie put his feet on laud .I.iimii (Jliroiiit-le. -oo- I know why republican prohibitionists , collH.r ,,.,, tra(,H, ,mvu timw , lietirer mMiister sitys that poiiti-jana tneir democrattc-pro allies are ue i.i;i) w. are returning to the metbudii' ii. iiMiclng the republican iiomlnee for n in I princlploa of Moses The Infer-1 preslilent or the Pulled Htntcs. Mr. i nee is plikln: : llran tht) MotH.'a to'Tnfl anil Mr. ilryan wre ootiuiiltteil to lead bis .leo. ie out of bondage to the, Hentlcally the stme theory of gov- l'h.uiiol. ,lk trusts. ,, (iovi-rnnient stHilsticlaiiH at Wash-lim-toii have figured It out Hint the cost of living Increased 5.7 por oet In i'."'i over ltiOO. No salaried man been lmld enough to contend that tin have eatlinaleii thu Increase loo llHll man up In. Colorado who eon fissed to having emiimltteil murder w aciiultted by the Jury. Ills con I. --Ion having Im'hm set aside by the j i.t- It hss almost gotten so that th. In-Ht way to fixd the court la to II the truth. Q There Is more truth than poetry In - in iik that man In so constituted that ii. .ilways 'views with alarm" the it .timorous li-ndem-les" of thu other , . and with "pride" the patriotism . ' , , own. Vet, the aim of all par i.. the same- to mil the pie Colin irntiteiil nnetit the reKUlatlori of tlio llfltior traltlc -Times-Herald. oo llO- M un I.L- W' I ' till1 t'.e f l il U.K. -In n .. ill 'I tl.at ' ''lie ' I i pond A query sent out by the 1'ren As soplntliin of Han Antonio I. "Will the negroes of Tesas and the south Join! the democratic parly?" and then, adds "This liitetestlng iinestloii has been started by the anion of tlm negroes of San Antonio who have organized and announce their Intention of en tering the democratic primaries on .lulv 2.1th ami voHoi: the diuiioerallc ticket this fall. The llmwiiKvHIe af fair, which set many of thorn Against liMrtoveU's adnilnlsttatlnii and Tatt. and the prohibition tight am assigned as rcRMtiMt for i his action. Oiih fuo tlon of the repuhlluan party Is said light, while the railroads aio gu.il tiMly recovering from the period of depression through which they ha" INissed and In some Instances m l uariiings nre beginning to compare fa vorably with thot-e for the correspond ing perliHls of last year. I'urih'T- I more, a movemeiM Is on fiwit looking to a general advance In railroad rrelght rails throtiKhout the Pnlte.l .States, and In the cvont of this be i ling nre'iinpllxhisl, w.ilch now senilis I very Ilkelv, it win mean much to t1''.' entire tt.uiHKirlaton Inlerci. The World Is Ltarnlng. I'.rlL'Ss - Id, ,,n believe that the world Is divided Into two classes. tluHu w ho borrow and those who lend' Grilles - No. ir. My experience Is NO INCONSISTENCIES IN THE ELECTION LAWS Judge Stillwiill II. Russell Addresses A Communication To the Ardmoreite Which Makes Registration Law Clear To The Ardmoreite: So many Inquiries have been made of tne and remiests for my opinion In the matter of the iui!lllc.itlin nnd reglstjatlon of voters, that I feel It my duty to mtnim tne following:, On H.ittirdav nlirht Inst, at a uubllc ! ns to meetluK o:i the corner of .Main, and Washington ftroets, havlni; been called iis)ii to Httte my views upon No"1, i have examined alBo tho sec tion. of the primary law which pos sibly have given rise to more or less coiifimlnu, and lu my opinion there Ik no Htich amliUiilty or Inconsistency theteln as to lenve anyone In doubt their legal rights nnd dtitlcf In the premises Hence. I wish to nay thnt It is niv Jutlitment that If a man will go to the election inspector the law of roglHtratlotk. etc., I stated of his voting precinct and show to to the people that It wan my recol- him that ho U a rcsldpnt . of that 1 lection that section IS of the general precinct and win i a quaiuieii elector that fwo oihr i l.ies nre mm h more . election law permitted all thoso who . at the next general election In No- prevalent those who want to borrow and those who won't lend. -Life registered with the precinct Inspect its, before the closing ot their books The Difference. tm' nli;nt of Saturday. July 2.1th. to "Pa, what's the ilirfeienie between a , vide at the jiritnury election, on An rhyme and a poumV gust Ith. as well as at the general "The pcr...u who makes a rhyme ejection to be held:ln November. Minis M.nie cliauce of H-elm; It prlnttsl. even If It N merely put on a curd to be stuck up In an '! car." Chicago liecoril-llciiilil. -oo- STATES DERIVE RF.VuNUE. In addition lo the benefit nre.l by fire protection anil bv rexul.itlon lllcll rutitrol the uiM' or Hiubeiblfi ami range so as ss to Insure pertnaiieni supiilles for local wants, the states hav lug ua! tonal forests now receive, uu iter tin- new agricultural nppiopi laium Candor. "Pn. w hut's friendly enndorV' "It Is (.'cue rally the llrst nld to en inlty." f'hlcngo Ilecoril-llerald. The good von do Is not lost, thntlgl' 5u fie-gct It C'ebMii" After leaving the rostrum, It was j suggested to in" by a brother lawyer 'that I was mistaken In my reoollec I tlon of the section referred to. honce , 1 felt It due to tho people, as well I as mvsclf. to further Investigate, and as a result of that Investigation I sub I tit It. in suppcrt of my former state . ment of the law, recllon IS of the general .'lection law In full. It hi as follows: ! 'Section IS. Certificates of registra tion shall entitle electors who right fully hold the same, to vote nt all elections held after tho date of said registration, and before the next bi- If You Knew The merits of tho Toxaa Wonder, you would never suffer from kidney, blad der or rheumatic trouble, II a bottle, two months' treatment, sold by drug- l-lttla nr l.v tilflll Unnil tnr tnatlf,w. nlnto Dr. B. W. Hall. 292C Ollvo "-"gK-nHon whether such dec hill, ih per cent of the gins-; , .in to desire the negroes to tuin demo-1 'ccds derived fiom the alc of n.iti.e, crata for the reaiMu that they ho-!'11 f"r,,," resources. I his amount at cording to law, goes u crtN. a street. St Louis. Hon i,i. pRIMWn or GKNKIt l. " vemlwr, that It .becomes tho duty of that Inspector to Issue, to hlni a cer tificate of registration and should tile Inspector refuse to Issue such certi ficate, tint voter nfay Invoke his legal remedy, -. The following section o tho general election law describes who are quail lliil electors: '"Article V. Section 1. The qualified electors of the state shall be male citizens of the United States, male citizens of the state, nnd mnlo per sons of Indian descent, native of the Putted States, vv'io are over the age of twonvty-omi yrars, who have re sided in the state one year. In the county six months, and In the elec tion precinct thirty days next pre ceding the election at which any elec tor offers to vote." To lie real In connection, with the above. I nibinlt the following section from the nrlmaiy election law ii uiiad of light i . . . now n highly lutein ' ...lii.'li t.i seek SHfet) i I dunug a i-tOrni. ,er of a room on i' there Is alnK niw yoU will never see the da oii. Hearst, like life Insurance tvlng out advice from act. -s Willie has become a pur lleve wllh the negr quosthm eliui lnated from isdltlcs about half of the democrats lit the state will turn re publican. They clt the fact that tho stiM'knieti. the sheep and gait breed ers and manv of the farmers of this state are protectionist openly and re publicans ut hear). They think that bv eliminating the negro bugbear that Hie ln'i'.t! .It moci in le majority III I'x.i will .li .i. .nut republican vlctiio.iu t.it. .1.. ...ii will occur, as there Is alread, .il . wdon. In the democratic party of tin other bund, some of th II.. I. 1. 1. .. Il I . . v ,,, I. I I x I . I I stale. Oil the shrewder lie . 1 the o.lu n. iiii.' . I socli'i'it, and as he spends mil toil ' g the world and I m u- hobh he tells the hiburun- m .s ' .UK to get a Joh a' 1 1 " ,i dav Low to vote and ' i . u it' r . I i omniemoration' ut 100 v.ai- . nt ii. nous publication the Kt Ix.ui lt public Issued on July Vi a hpei UI ii iii in r of pages, Including a r. pu.d'icHon of the first number. The Iti-piii.iic Is sHld to ho the only pap. i w.st of the Mississippi river Hit' has completed 100 years. Whlhi H j li.inie of the paper has been cliu;i:' I s, v ii ui tltiioa, those who are ut,i it.- controlling owners and ad w it nr ni'i r are the direct dei-i' 'i lam ,v 1i c oi Inn1 cf the inon w 'tra't i'ii ir in w i inir woin tintU r J) pth t haili " tin fnin It r For Weak Kidneys Inflammation of the blad der, urinary troubles and backache use ! DeWltt'a Kidney I and Bladder Pills ! 11 surplus? A Week's Trial For 25c losses to the states through ui'lwl iw al of forest areas from i.i.in.t) n 1 is ilevoti il lo public roads ami .. t. m Keveral years ago ni cini o 1 - u limde that the withdraw. .1 ., t .1 . r lands for forest plllpos. s i..!md taxable areas of the Mat. , . , ,1 withdrawals were made. tl. service, quick to see Ih. 1 . these complnlnts, iirmi - 1. I flrxt lhai in iter ecut ..ml .r '.M per Cent of the i;mi- froiu the national tm.-t- 1 paid to tho slates, A- .1 states are assured of -,-! , ,,i funds doubtless more im'ii' ili.i en h.-rw Ise could b.i,, ',. 1 ie p. 1 tiiaueui e of the f.M . 1 I -1 . nr. i by i-onsei'V .i i.. hi. II ti' II id the forests 11. . ' . 1 1 11 'i.'d. t heir SOUIci s w.i.l In 1 lh have been h.i I ' 1 v ami improvident tie tl " ti'i.'it.ition. leaving tie lai d 1 -i 1 in. I iinpiiidiicHvii. , 00- - - Sei rotary ('orte)you says that the f.i'o.tii.ii.1100 treaeury deficit Is more ni.tglnary than real. That's "new thought" with a vengeance. Why not lust Imagine tho other way and rail liming the laM year the tut ,1 'tigs ,,f tin i.Hlrosids in tin lurid Slates . unlimited to Mil uu !,on do .1 - of vv hu ll I !i .il ii 11 1 Up- ' "I ' l Mtl l-r 1 ivi 1 1 - l. 0. D.WITT CO., OltUsv. I For sals by W. B. Frame, liull'.oiis' vvi 1 1 V ' or e of 1' 1 ri dirt iM' mi ad van 11. 1 or 'he uiii U yi v. ngi 3 reduced'" Restriction Removal W ill cause an adance in Ardmore property. Why? 15c taiis,e we alroad) ha e the biggest and best city of its size in the New Sfate. A fjlass factory and two cotton factor ies to be built, and with our gas and street cars, Why Not? Ilclow Wi! (ilvt! it Few of our Ikiriiiiiii.s in the Cily. No. lilii - ii-rooni house, a II tie liome, Northwest No. 31 -10-room house, I acres ground, It beailtlllil place Northwest No :i'2 10-room house, '2,1 acres, ll;.e grotiiiil, only No. XI I room house, close In, 12.1(1 cash, hal $2.1 month S6000 i ground, SI 2000 $20000 $1750 No. Ml .1-room house closo 4 AAA in, $2.10 cash, 521 month J I OUU No. .'tl 1-rootn house closo OCA ft In, 1 100 cash, t'M month .. .. No. 30-5-room hotiso, larKO lot near cur line, 'J-10 cash, balance dM 4 AA 121 month f I IUU 2 laro lots, I room house near car lino Also big list farm lauds. $2000 MONI'.Y TO LOAN at as low rate as anybody and possibly (pucker. We want to "show you. Phone 726. aSBaBaBBBBSBBBBBaaBBSBjaBBaBBBS Riggins, Suggs, Adams Co, "Section 7. Thnt no person shall be permitted lo riflster ai'd vote at such primary election who Is not a bona fide resident of tho ward or vot ing precinct in. which he offers to register and vote, and who will not be eligible to register and vote at the election next following tueh primary election, for which nominations are to be made." In other words, this means that as to the residence qualification of the applloaat for registration. If he will have been In the state of Oklahoma twelve months nnd in tho county of j Carter six months, by November (next, ho Is. entitled to roglster b- tween. now and July 2uth, and to voto . at the primary election on August ' Ith, K'OS, and av.the general election 1 In November. And If anyone has registered in. Ills precinct and before the general elec tion comes around has concluded to ehniuro his residence to another vot ing precinct, the law requires that he ahull hnve been thirty dnys In the new precinct before ho can voto at the general election. . Hut should he have changed his vot ing precinct for thirty days and tno-e before the general election, ho can voto In the precinct to which ho has changed his residence, notwithstand ing when such person registered ho resided In another precinct. In enso they have thus changed their voting precincts, It would bo proper, how ever, to olltaln from tho election In spector a certlllcate of tho fact that jthey were duly registered In the old precinct, ;intl obtain si transfer to tins now. Another matter of Importance. In quiries have been made as to the right of those to register who nro not now of the age of twenty-one hut who will he of age at the next gen eral election. In answer to this, I 1 will say that the law providos that mil such persons are entitled to reg ister at the present registration In other words, the eligibility as to tho age quallllcatlon of an elector Is coin- 'puled as from tho dato of the gun eral election In November next. Now in conclusion., let mo say, that to avoid all confusion and uncer tainty 1 would respectfully suggeet (to everyone who wilt bo qu.illlled to vote a- herein stnted, If they have '..)! already registered with tho pre r ti Inspector of tho precinct lu w inch tin v live, to g immediately and reman r. whether you have leg- .iMirei birore with tho city clork or not and thereby remove every duubt as to your right to voto at tho pri mary 1 lection on August Ith, as wull as at Hie general election lu Novem ber It costs nothing to ruglster but it will cost a great dual to thu peo ple of this city to lose, diolr voten. It Ik hurtful to tho town and county I and a personal disfranchisement of the citizen, Saturday, July rtli. Is the last day tho books will ho kept open, Hespcctfully, ; STIU.WBM, H. RUSSELL. I heartily endorse tho foregoing statement A. C. CHUCK. 1 I n.?'?y ,n commencing treatment for a sugnt irregularity that could have been curod quickly by Koloy'o Kidney Remedy may result In a sorloua kid noy disease. Foley's Kldnoy Remedy nilcls up tho worn out tissues and trengthens these organs. Commence taking It today. Sold by all druggliU. FOR RUNT Nicely furnished room, modern conveniences. Mrs, Idn Al exander, 129 A street, N. W. iy.3