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Ardmore, Friday, January 1, 1009
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
I'MUCi I WW i 1,1 "' "
A Poor Weak Woman
A Oie i termed, will endure brnxely mid pulinitly
tijnmrt xxhich n Mrnnit in nil would t'txc xxuy under.
"I lie fuel i women nrc more patient I linn they ought
to tie under Mich trnuTili-i.
livery noinun oiiimto know tlmt (die inny obtain
the mini experienced incdnul ndxicc frrr of charft
nnd in nhsnlult nnfiJrntr nnd prixncy by wrilnijt to
the Wmld'n DixpeiiMry Meilicul Axxocwlion, It V,
l'icrce, M. I)., President, ilulbiln, N. V. I)r 1'icrce
lint licen chief consulting pli sicinn of the Inxidids'
Hotel nnd Suriiiciil Institute, of I liilfulo , N V., for
inanv xeM nnd Iiiih hud n wider prjiticul experience
in the treatment of xxomen'n dixcuxes limn any other pin sicinu in tlnx country.
Hit medicine nrc xvi.fld-liimmn (or their nMiintxhiiig elhciicy.
The incut perfect remedy ever devi'xed for xvciiU mid deli
cute x omen it Dr. I'ivrec't 1'ntoritc I'rcteriptioii.
IT MAKKS WKAK WOMEN STUONfJ,
SICK WO.MICN WKI.I.. '
The in nn y nnd vnricd tinplomt of i unnn't peculiar nilmcntt nre fully tet
forth in I ln tit l;-iglnh in the People t Mciliriil Adxixcr (H'Oh piifiet), h newly
trxixed mid lip-to-dnte ImMiiiii ol which, rhith-lxiuml, will he mailed firr on
receipt nf II onccciit ttiimpt to p.iy eott of umihiig enjr. Addrext us nhoxe.
PEACE TREATY SIGNED BY SON
i ORA GOVERNOR AND INDIANS
OTHER STATES. TOO, FOLLOW
PROGRESS OF STANDARD
HAD CONTEMPT FOR LAWS
Disposition of Seventy Four Tank
Station .1 Question Now Mny Dc
Dismantled Cm the Prairie,
Company Come InT
Kali ..s City. Mil. I . III. I.il-
yir there lii'Vi'r tin In'iti a earn1
lit Ahldi u ntnto enforci-d mi actual
i , Iii - Iiiii of it ureal I nml for xlolat
III!,' illltl trust UV. It I InlMlllIri
that Missouri may furnish t lit- llrst
Slad I.ium niralniti trusts arc uiiidf
partly for political reason nnd purl
ly lii an effort to retut-.ly a condition
that must persons believe Im ii source
if danger to tho public. Tin1 pen
tilth d aro iniiilo seven ami tin' taw
maki r goes Iioiiii tn I I'll IiIh const!
limits of tho awful things that an
going to ho done to the trusts iiii
di'r tlio law ho helped tu frame, t'p
to I'll' tliiio tin' IiIk limits have if
gnrih'd tlio laws mlth ciiiiti'inpl
Win ll as occasional offender Iiiim
beui caught and Hindi' to answer fin
Itu sins nil appeal In behalf of bits!
tie; -j I ili renin has rcsultt.r In a coin
luraUvcly small lino.
I In for that reason that tin
Mium.ir.i tin company anil ever.x
olhir tniHt In watching Missouri l'or
1ho fiuiu' reason nlhor Bttiten arc
watt htur- too, ami front now on. In
d alliiKi with tho Stitnitttrl Oil
Wll.s III'' pipe title
t'ltx in Whiting '"d
-.line I : t (hat
It max I in n
1 1 lie i Illiei .mil ill ( I :l I III Illo
ir ii Hi i- nK lii MIssoiii i anil
in.- .i imIui I Hi Kan a- i ho
I I'M .t' I l,l' hill
WILL OPEN PAPER HOUSE
COMPANY ORGANIZED IN OKLA.
MOM A CITY, READY FOR BUS
INESS FEBRUARY 1.
HKIalnmH City. Okla., Dec. :tl.
t'lmrloH H. Voilty ulitlit yi'iiiH man-iikoi-
r tin- WoHtorn NoWMpupor l'n
Ion. In Oklahoma City, him ormuilteil
I ho Central I 'a per I'oinpHiiy. cupltnl
'JOtxHi, with hoailqimrlem at Okhi-
hotna Clly. Air. Wrlty linn Jimt re
turned fnuii h trip oimt wlioio ho
vIhIiii! tho turner paper iiiIIIh and
IhIiI In a alook of kimiiIh. Tho Cen
tral 1'apor Ciniipany oxpectH lo ho
Khlo to tnko caio of all inlom hy
IVhrimi) lt, limit.
Mr. Writ j wilt ho pronhlojit and
rimiinKor of tlio now I'oiupiiuy. Ilo
will ho tiMMlHltvl In tlio illioetlon of
tho ImihIiiom liy V. I.. Iavl, socrt
lary ami tronmiiiT. Mr. I)avln wan
foi'inerl" oiikiiki'xI In rallroail eon
xti action work In Oklahoma.
Ah mouii iih It ciiii ho xlouo tho Con
I rut 1'apor company will Mociir track
a Me front whoro w holowilo slilpnienln
oan ho hamlliil mori' roaillly. 'I'll
company will ilo a JoIiIiIiik and
wholoxalo lniMlneKM. HellltiK printers
paper. tahlctM ami line stationery
HARRIMAN GETS STRENUOUS
WOULD THWART J. J. HILL BY
SECURING SHORTER ROUTE
TO GULF, VIA DENISON.
Now York. Dec. 31. That H. II.
ooiiii a x It l tho Hltttf of Mliwourl Ilarrlninn lms plaint Ip vlow wlilolt
thii' mil lio on trj. will count root tho advuntnm naltied
Tho StamlHitl Oil rompanv of lu- h.v tho IIIH ronila thioimh Iho npqulal-
d'jiiui which had iiiiilor tho ,trnil Hon of tho Colormlo and Southern 1
lorntorx of thu northom half ofjalatwl poaltlvolv hy Intoroatii clonoly
M koiiH. owns sovoiily four tank m- Hfflllittt'il with tJio Union l'aclflo -
Hon.! outslito of KnittutM City nml SI. lm.
loiph IV e. CioiiHhKw. KonorHl
f.ih s im'ont of tho ioiiiiany. ti'Mtlllixr
that tho Mtatloim In tho Inrito ell ten
n pri sent an InvoHlnicnt of from $7.V-
Tho exact nature of iliene planw Man
not tkcen illncloneil, hut l la tuulortood
that .Mr. Ilanlinaii la workhiK to se
en r(. a xlior'er and nioro illivol out lot
000 to $100,000. Of the miullor ntH-t for Unloii Pacific truffle to tho nulf
tlor s ho ;ald Ik1iI or nine rout from of Mo.nIco.
t i.OOO lo $0,000 ami tho rout from
000 to $3,000. Thoao llgiiron dhl
not Ineludo the (ontii or th anlarloai idnttn UulldliiK a ont-off from tho
Aoi'oiiIIiik to illapati'lu'K from l,tA-
olu. Nob., tho Union Pacific conlem-
MURDEROUS DEMONS FREED
Full Immunity ,ind Guarantee of Lib
erty It Their Submission is Com
plete Joint Celebration Was
Most Remarkable One.
.XnjcnW. Ariz., Dpc. III.-Tlio lonK
war with Yaipil Inillaim In Moxtpo In
111 eli m'oroa have hoon klllod al ill f-
ferent Itllioa. lllcllldlllK tiiniiy Atiiorh
eniin, has boon tcrnilimlcxl In a iroiiLy
of ih'ikv agreed iimui by llii'oo Iiiillnn
chlofa and I AO of tholr followorn and
tho Kovernor of Lho atato of Ko'ior.t,
'Hio nci'iic enaoteil nt the IrottiV
aureoment win a lemnrkulib one. cm
oinhracliiK Iho YaipilM and pnrtldpat
lux hi it Joint eolohtnl on liflir.- all
Ut Coimlltiitlou, of Sonora. kIvhii
lho ixtrllctihirii of tin fonnal docinrn'
Hon of "HCt.
A conforonco look plnci' at Itacatp
loa In lho Yaipil ciHintr.v Dijcoiuiicr
it. At 3 o'clock on Monthly tho Yuiiila
nipoarl ami roiiuoatoil poriiilaalon
tn liriiiK a hundred anil alxty-four rf
tholr armed follower to hold con
foronco with the atato rtpronoiitntlvo
rilo conforotico took placo In tlio Sent
of Coininnnder hula llnrroii of ihe
Three old Yaipila nct'l na spokot-
moti. All tlioao nt war taitiiiK on sail
ilala and croaaliiK arniH over th"lr
hroaaih, appoared Imforo the ametntil
cd officials and uiado tholr rciiuo"!
I'irat waw a miumnte(. of tholr llvis
llliorty and a pardon for pant offonnoa
which will be Kianted by tho governor
on coimhloititlon of their hiiIhiiIkhIoii
Second, waa a reipioat for a return
of tholr people duporlotl to Yucatan
to which tho noveinor ropllcd that
UiIh would depend on the conduct of
iIioko now Huneuilei Iiik- Thoy rc
ipieHteil the retention of nrins. to
which tho Kovernor replied thaj tho
captaltiH and u certain number of men
aciltiK aa Kuurdx. all to be In service
and pay or the alato, would bo allowed
to retain uriiirt.
Several other roiincHt rolathiK to
their rcllxluua fetoa, otc., wtio readily
The other chlofa then turned to
their followcra and In a loud voice
naked them If thoy nutx'od to nil the
teriua, to which all aa one rx'iilioil:
"IJimlo, emtio," uiomiiIiik "ye." Tho
old chlel'K thou thanked Comtunuder
lilirron and Cuptaln Coin for their In
lorxeiitlon and acclaimed thanlxs to
(iod, and 'the virgin, Hiilnts, aayltii;:
"Wo aak no more, thank (5od, than
op Chrlatniaa eve ponce had been de
clared." A number of Mexican aolillora rtiKh
iil forward and embraced the Y.Httl
wairlors. and a g'iiornl Jollltlcatlon
wi'K noon in proKrcss.
A apwially arranged foiiual peaco
will be ratified .taiiuar; t.
of the men employed to handle tin
o'l In many enaea, ho said, the
coir iiuiv dooa not own the team
ina-' in tho tank whkoii trade, but
'i plojul man and team.
If "i stanilard Oil coin puny la re
q'lind to ipilt rnUIIImr oil there -xx III
' .' Ih. line of Well e)iilpH'd tank
t n i i,. to 1m dlamaiitk'd or murUet
' ! has never been the policy of
'ii!atd to cnroiiritKc anlHtl
1 . M il oil and It probably will
d it h iilanta rather than mar
'" Crenshaw aaM the aale of
' 'iu IntllHim company 'a torrl
'' MiMKiurl waa from f4 to 9
r: ni u pallona aninially.
r'x i if the tank Hiatloim nnd wn
Bo a o dl.Oied of the com puny
W'H n.ukr an effort to hoM the Himar
f - rinery under the Interstate
i'Ollillii rc e law.
The S'andard Oil wmpatiy or New
Jtrr-i- owns otie company In Miaaottrl
'hat ini tmt been oiiatol. It the
P-nlr. oil and 0h conrimny. It
Auoot ten yearn ago tny bmthei
v s laid up" I hU work.hoaltiv ua 1
i(pl- ( - by what WH lx'lleveil to '.e
m i . oiiMimpiton, wrlUa Y. r
1 1 iscmn'i. of waahlngton, N C "He
ti i mi kind of reuiodtoti nnd trent-
ii' fi ia sex oral dooiors. but tonnd
' lul nil he uapil Dr. King's New
tnxr x nml wa wholly cured by
tie Mi'j Hi. la a well man todav."
1 iu ck to rwlWe and the aureat
i r n xveak or aore limga, Homorr
' ( cough , and Coklt). IVronebltla.
I, Cr ppe Arttlnna and all llrotichla
, ffec'ions r,oc nnd $1.00. TriiU Iwltle
i 1 (iuarantetnl by Ardmore l'har
niacx d & w
main lino to Omaha, ami thence
running a direct Hue down to tVnluon,
Tea. whoro U wHl connect with
other llarrlman line ninnluj,' to Cal
m xioii. It wna aitid on good authority
that plana nre In contouiplatlou for ao-
curing it connection with the Union
l'aclfio at Kanaaa City to the ilulf.
1 1 waa doubted If much new con-
l met Ion would be undertaken, but
ihoao who profeaa to know aoiuethliig
about tho plana expreaaml the opin
ion that arrangement would bo made
with Konio other road running out of
Ivanaaa City to the Uulf; in other
word, that au arrangement would bo
entered Into with either the Knnwis
City Southern or the Miaaottrl, Kanaaa
and Texan ror the trnuaforcuco of
traffic to antl from the Uulf over
the I'nlon Partite.
GIRL MUSIC MAD.
The Mt Appealing Romance Ever
The moat appealing romance ever
written In play form la the "Two
Orphan" 'which will be at i'ip
ltobtKon Opera llouae Jan. -t tit. The
celebrated drama will be presented
by the Kred (J. Conrad com pan. v. aad
will Include some of the beat ki u
artora of eapeclal eierlence at thU
play Mr. Conrad uaca the authorlit
or Kate Claxton veralon, th" only
one giving a full and eo.rert Idea
of the power . I .- .if .the
drama, and h'
tag? or all h
her o fair i
slrl. A et...rJ.
c to'i Ik carried
i h" adxan
i "icie. lit
i Ha llnd
! .Illll 'It Ol
Talented Indian Maiden Plays Piano
From Morn Until Nifjht.
OWahoina Clly. Okla. Dec. III.
MUs Stella Wliltowlug, a beuutlful
.xoiing Indian grl ol Shawnee, has de
M'loH'd in tt a peculiar iiiuaiciil
prodigy, brought on. It la thought, by
too htrlct iippllcatlou to her inimical
Kindle. Not until alio had played
her piano from morning unill night
did her puientK kmm that there wn
anything wrong, l'liyalcalty she In
the perfection of health, hut Inflati
on playing her piano conatantly. She
spoilt the paht year ut a inusdenl
conaervattiry nt l.oulHvllle. anxl re
cently came home. A peculhiilty
nlHMit her strange nmnln for mtmlc
Is that lio will attempt same ol
tho moist dlflli'iilt ctectlons. far
above the grade which has onllimrili
been given her to pnit'tlce. and exe
cute them with apparent cat. In
her execution of a piece her mind
never wander, and she play a the
music as ft is written without In
terruption. As toon a she waket
up In the morning, she iiihick .
tho piano, and would stay there nl
day If it were not that her mot he!
persuade her from it.
Pilot llKhter uxpolded Itw f.s not
on n Olroct Action gas stove sold
by Kenrnoy. They linvo nonu ltf
Ovon exploded It x-aa not the
Direct nction sold by Koarnoy. ltf
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