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Ardmore, Friday, January 1, j
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
to till' J)l
foi'r ' tl
:p ii m
O ' at
Merry Xmas and
Happy New Year
to all. v li"po to set"
your face at our t'ic f
tcncr in Kji'
Left Ins pet fj'n' depart
ment at out st If. (( t
Chas. Kerner ii to date
meat market. I kill my
own meats and furnish
the very best satisfac
tion guaranteed. Give
me a trial.
BhPKOIALI.Y AP.UMKM TO
TUB SOUTH i They am ui
ways satisfactory, Special at
tention ulvon lo Mull Order.
Write for our IIKIH catalogue.
Arthur G Lee
sbbd m Kite ha nt
Ft. Smith, - - ArK.
Ardiuori', OUla , Asphalt
Shelby-Down.nrd & Co.
Rllk Brown & Bridgman
Funeral Directors and
Larpest Itne of h'uner.il tiood.
VERY LOW THIS YEAR
1 1 ou ept I i uu- ii t rip i nt I
cull on in". S) a 1 agent lie
u ill In- iia I t i Hf v mi II ill
day I'are-t . n t . pl.ini l'r..m
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I'aUMti UUf'i ' r I1,-' M . A ii.vlfe
A hiiniliiielf lllulriirl oprk'r I i'iiwI Mr
, itlntmn if uf , ciiilO, )"urnAl 'I tiii. 1.1 1
jour: fmir inimlli-., II. CM by all iir,lMlir.
llmncli HOiv. lOj I C 1 Wihum,in. Ii i.
Attention Red Men
l.wi) nu n li"i ol W.ishn.i l'l.lie
N,i impr.iM ii Dili, i , r u. ,i m, u.
w I'tlipietiltM to be ul It-l MenV
Wluwain Sunday nftemoou m J an
. clock. ThU call U urgent. h
..,cr of SAt'lIKM
ONE MODE OF PUNISHMENT 18
ABOLISHED IN PRISON
BY INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE
Alliiou'jh Cnli Mode of Pur n.Hricnt
frr Unruly Pnvnet Hn Nel
Occn Used Since l-i't June,
Equipment I Deaf 'eyed.
I .. ,i. nworth. Knit. Jan. I.-At a
ii i the rMmiiilit( apiolntel by
i.. i,. hi. r I Itpp'i to In vent If nlc the
, in iiit.iitiH In the state peiilietitla'y
r I. u-dug. two r-llm used to iiin'ti
in i ii i in nnriiTB wi-ri' destroyed by
i li prN'Micra today in the prese'ire
r Hi" . iinntilttH Mint UK' board of ill
, ii :ns of tin' prison.
Tin' crib mod,. f piinlxliiiii'iit linn
(mi lii'i'ii used since last .liuii'. Ini' ni
tlit- committee deemed it hii Impriper
Kliut of d'sclpllnc. the illri'olorM tit M
cd upon the Immediate destruction or
GOULD IN BALTIMORE
STATE GEOLOGIST PREACHING
OF THE UNDEVELOPED RE
SOURCES OF OKLAHOMA.
I.aliliuon. Mil. Dee. 31. - Professor
Chailea IN", Gould, Mat,; geologist nt
Oklalioina. who Is hem uttetuPng the
moling of the American Association
for the Advancement of Science, Is
preaching the gospel of the unilcv'!
oiicil resources of the baby Htal . I'o
hear him. one eoitlil Imagine thi. all
a person hail lo do In order t' be
ciiine wealthy Is to go to Oklahoma.
"Why. you peoide In tho oust don't
know whnt you are missing." wild
I'n tcssor Gould. "Wo have tin
wialtlilcst Htato In the Union, and the
best thing about It Is that the re
HonrceH are now practically all unde
veloped. Our soil and cllniatu are un
surpassed. W'o raise better whost
th. in Minnesota, better corn than lo-
w.i. beiler cotlou than Mississippi and
ii, hit fruit than Missouri.
I' Ik tho mineral wealth, however,
i li.ii tho state excels In. Oklnhonm
h.i- more kind of mineral, and tiion
nuiKial of a Kind thr.n nny mate In
ili. I nliui. iiictudlnit Inexhaustible de
in is is of coal, oil. k:ih. asphalt, Halt,
KV,-iini. KhiMH miiihI. marble, Rraniic,
-. iiidMttiuc. oeiueiil rock, clay, lead ami
iu . iiesl.i, h iron trlimll. and a lot
niine. but not ong half of one jHr cent
f the uiinerai wenlth Ik developed at
lie IH'CM'tlt time.
oMahmiia l larK'T than New linn
i mil with a Niulatlou of a million
.iii.l a half of nx no tl peoplp an can
finiiiil 1 1 i where. What we need
Jiwt now nioiv than nuythliiK ele I
m 'PiifnctiirliiR InduMtrlcM; there l
alniiidant oiiortuulty for all whIh of
f.u tni liw. plant-; mid luduntrlal oruanv
'.I'l.ins t IK l.ili, 'in. i is ,i l.uiil of vast
pi is st hi 1 i , , hi, wonderful dormant
ICs, llll'es, ,P 1111, lev ,1II',I "
CHILD BURNED TO DEATH
LITTLE FOUR YEAR OLD DAUGH
TER OF W. L. GRIFFIN BURNED
TO DEATH TODAY.
i: iiel iho four year old daughter of
l hikI Mih. V. 1.. Oilffln, who rc--.
,le .ilniiit four milcH northeaxt ot
1. 1 more, wa miiii'iI to death at the
'iinU residi inn' iiii niornliiK.
lie- ihild .is , :.i)tu near iheflre
'i, M le t- ctoihuiK caught and wa no
burned before the fir ootid
" m n:K'iilhcd that death followed
i f' hours.
' it 'Kle was calle-i and did all
possible for the child, until
' w s n'lieved of her suiferlngi
. i .ith
i , ' .u.ilna will lie burled tomnr
.ii 2 o'clock at the famtl) bury
i: uKiiiud at Sawly church.
Robberies at Tulw.
TuU.1. OKIa.. Dec. 3t.The IMoncer
I', b'ltlinne coniiMiny wan robbed of
I eim fct-t of copper cable valued
ai fi.ooo. last night The cable was
hit. red In a 'vvarehounp near the Mid
land Valley depot. This Is the sec
ond heavy burglary here In one
Piles Cured In 0 to 14 Days
PA7.0 OINTMBN'T Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, blind, bleed
ing or protruding Piles In G to 14
fays or money refund 'd. 50c,
NEW YEAR AT
REPRESENTATIVES OF ALL NA
TIONS PAY THEIR RESPECTS
ITALIAN CENTRAL FIGURE
President Assures Italian Represents
live of Sincere Sympathy af tH.
Americnn People for Those of
Washington. IX -'. Jan. 1 DIpl.H
mntlo repreaentntlvea of nearly alt
nations, officials In every branch nf
th Korerntnetit, army officers, navy
officers timl cltlnens In every walk,
gathered at the Whlto House today lo
extond to tho president and family
their wishes for n Happy New- Year.
The central figure of Hie diplomatic
lepresentiitlveH whs Huron Dos-
plutiches, the Ilnllan ambasHador. The
Ki-ittiUK evtetiiled him were charac
terized by manifestations of sorrow
over tho calamity which has befallen
his country. Other than the usual
salutation attending the first day or
the year, the president assured the
baron of the sincere sympathy of
Hie American people for stricken
While the reception of those accord
ed special places In the line, was In
progress, many callers waited pa
tiently In Hue. After the public re
ception the president led the way to
the dining room, where refreshments
A RICH BEGGAR.
A Drunken Imposter Shows
Bveryhody has seen the red hend.'l
and red moustachtil beggar, with his
feet swathed luhuiiilngcs Iiumeasurnbe
who took his place every day for some
time on a newspaper spread down
close to the poslofflce. Some of us
were sorry for him, and doubtless
some good Hiple who need every cent
for which they work so hard, gave
him money for which they could have
found ii thousand uses. Today that
same crippled beggnr was at the depot
with another one similarly afflicted, i
That Is he had been so afflicted. At
the station Uk beggar first mentioned
had on a shoe, and was skipping
alMmt in a lively fashion as the pro
ouiiced 'Jag" he had on would allow.
The two bon comrades, the other 'fel
low being preltv wWI loaded up with
"redeye." got Into a dispute. The
talk flew fast and furlously.au d fin
ally In a burst of drunken rage, thei
lieggar most fam'lmr t4. AM fore
folks, drew a wad of bills as thick as
a inan-s wrist onto f his nooket. and
thrust It under the other man's nose.
It was a spectacle siiffl-Ient lo deter i
anyone from ever giving a cent In In-1
(llsclmlnnte charity again. It Is fori
such wretches as these tuen that the!
Innocent victims of misfortune otten
suffer. Jack London. In the Stories!
of the Under World," has exposed
many of the vllllaules of this class or
mendicants. The man ltl question
comes to Ardmore about once a month
and reaps his harvest from honest,
hard-working ieople. It would ha a
good thing if the Iiw- and Order
l eague were to give him something
that would "Jnr" him sure enough
on his next visitation. Thirty days
hard labor under the vigilance of a
heartless guard would be a fine bra
cer for this Individual. i
Simple Hsmcdy for La Grippe.
Racking hi grippe cough- that may
develop Into pneumonia over ntght aro 1
qulcklt cured bv Foley' Hi icy and'
Tar The sor,. ami Inflamed lit gs arej
healed mid strengthened, nnd r. dan
gerous condition Is Qillcklv averted.
Take onlv Polcv'a Honev and Tar In
the vellow package Sold bv all drug-
d & w
Millions Frm Auicriea.
New York, Jan 1 The suontamous
action throughoughnut the count r to
succor the distress of Italy, has as
sumiml a character Imiiosiiig as a
n,i lotial niovement,
Ahead) over $500,000 In cash Is
in hand, and moet ot this sum has
been cabled or is on tts way to
The Canadian government ha ap
AUipt f gso.noo worth of supplies
is already on Ui way to the stricken
country on tho fulted States supply
With tin appropriation of the Am
erlenii congress It Is e.vpeoted to make
the aggregate from America mm in
to the millions.
WANTBD To do your sewing and
washing. Mrs. I. H, Sonrberry, lSia
Firth avenue, northeast. I ll
Ilit'i-i Mil Inurliri wiiii
inl Hit') rt jil
U V.N I'KII T'A . bin ill. .1 in, 1 1 ii : il
si.(- M-ciim! Iiiin . ct ink stoves and
hea'eis Miht I,.. hiiiiii'I mi ln-eaks
will pn mmi cukIi. Send full a. I
Irt sm ami demirlptloii of sloven pi
It H. Moore I'uniltiire Company,
Waxaharhle, Texas. -:!(
VA.NTTI)-lllghgr..de, hll.tlltig spec
Inlty snlesmeii for staple line
with advertising that pays. Perm
anent pluce, -worth $0,000 or bet-ti-r
to rducer. A A 10S. . o.
Iov 170. Kansas City. Mo 1 '
WANTHO li nmae jou farm loans,
quick nation, no delay, reasonable
rate of Interest. O. L. Chancellor,
over Dltler Dry (loods Co. lOtf
WA.NTI-:i)-lfondersby M rs. ,lo K.
Williams, KM II street. S. W. Phone
Till Red. 1-3
roil HUNT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; all mod
ern conveniences, Mrs. Dobbins,
corner C street and Second ave
nue, uuithwuut. 20-tt
KOIl HUNT Three nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, fur
nished with gas. Apply Mrs. Hell,
corner Second avenue and A street,
i.V. W. Phone 452 blue. 27-tf
FOR RBN'l An eigne noin house,
all modern conveniences, gas
lange with house. C St.. S. W.
Phone 221". Julius Kahit.
Plenty of fruit on farm. Phone 223.
Julius Kuhu. 30-3
l-'Olt RBNT I'irnlsfied rooms, nTi
modern conveniences, close u 1 following terms and condition, to
Phone 11C. W. R. Roberts. IStfjwIt: Cash.
OR RBNT Two upstairs office
rooms. Apply R A. Jones Furniture
POlt IHCN'r Pu f iiTbI ied downstairs
room, within two blocks ot Main
I'OR SAL'B My farm consisting of
250 acres. 100 acres In cultivation,
balance In pastuic and timber, clone
to Wheeler oil flelJs. Call or write
J. II. Rector, Ileahllon. Okla.
I'OR SALIC Old pnprrs, good to go
under carpets, paper the w alls of
your rooms or make warm
Radish In any
inanity. Apply I. Roger. KJi
KuU SALB-Coupon Hooks at Ard
I '""rti"" ""ct?-
h(j".il)NBV AtJBNTsT' PRBBS A M-
PLB OFTBIt (IS days only) bright.
sparkling, famous, $S D.irnatto Sim
illation Diamond Ring; brilliancy
equals genuine detection baffles
experts rills every requirement ot
the most exacting pleases tho
most fastidious nt only one-thlrtl-etli
the cost of the real diamond.
As a means ot introducing this mar
velous mid wonderful, scintillating
gem, and securing as many r.Mi
rrleiids as quickly ns possible, w-i
are making a special Indue -menl
for the now year. Wo want you to
wear this beautiful rl.it.-: this Jlns
tern cce u Mjn's U i idicrnft. ihi
simulation that sparkles wl'ii nil
the beauty, and flushes with all
the fire of the Genuine Dlimnnl.
W waut you to show It to yom
friends and take orders for us, as
it sells itself sells at sight and
make! ion per cent profit for you,
absolutely without etrort on your
part. We want good, honest rep
resentatives over) where, In every
locillty. city or country, In fnct.
in every country throughout the
wot Id, both men and women, young
and old, who will not sell or pawn
the Hamatto Simulation Diamonds
under tho pretense that thoy are
genuine gems, ns such action some
times lends to trouble or embar
rassment. It you want a Simulation
diamond, a substitute tor tho gen
uine don't wait net today, as this
advertisement may not appear
again "first come firsts erved. For
Free Sample Offer, beautiful R'ng,,
Barrings. Stud or Scarf (stick) Pin,
address The llaruatto Diamond Co.,
Girard Hulldlug, Chicago. Mention
this paper. 1G-12
Yates Center. Kan.. Sept. IS. IPOS.
Af tor my doctors gave me up to die
Halt's Texas Wonder cured me of
kidney and bliuldr trouble. It Is the
best medicine on earth. Mrs. H. S
Johnson. Sold by all druggists. D&W
Subscribe for the Ardmorelte.
pay in promptly ' m , :,nk Murk
Vrtltiiiirt'ilt' wunt iuIk
Notice of Sale of Real Estate, l
In the ii, after of the Ou.irdiansh p o)' '
Minnie and Vlra Willis. M m r I
Notice in hereby given that In pur-i
siiuiice of mi order of the t'o'in' 1
Court of tho CotiiKy of Leflore. S'T.'I
of Oklahoma, innilo on the 1 Ith day 1
,.f !,.!.. nine it,..' i...,i.....,.i ..,,.,,,11 '
,tf,'c" " j
an of I he estates of Minnie and
wlu w, ftt ,,,, mik. to ,
highest bidder subject to conflriuaMi ti
by said Court, on Soturilny, .lanuiiv
lifth. l!0!i. at 10 o'clock a. in., at Ard
more, Oklahoma, In fntnt of the Court
house, all the right, title and Intercstl
of saldM'nnle and Vim Willis In and to
IIih following described real estate slt-
tinted In tho counties of Oarvln, Carter i
and Stephen, State ot Oklohoina, p-
wit: ' j
Tho V 4 of the V of s W V, j
section l; or S of S K Vt
of Sec. Ion 2 and N W i of N W V
of N W U of Section 12. Township 1
North. Hunge 1 West. And S W W
of S of S I-: , and S K '.' of
I li 11- l ' r, 1 nv. r v..il.
n vv ui n r. -,i, itiwu o omr'C,
Range S West (Oarvln County.) und
H j of N W ' of N W U of Sectb'i
13. Town 1 South. Range 3 We'., and
' W i of N K U of S i: i and S B
U of N B U of S B U of Section 2.1,
Town I South, Range 1 West, (Carter
County.) B i of B Vi of S W Vt of
Section 27 and B 6 of S B V- of N W
U and W of W M of S B M
and S K U of S W 'i of S B ' ')f
Section 27. Townsh'ji 1 North, ILiugo
30-31, .,., 0 ,, ... ,,
! t foil hit; j 4 ui i id 74
of S W i and tho S & of S W Vi
()f N B U of S W U of Sectior. 3.
Town 2 South, Range C West. (Steph
Said real estate to be sold on the
Dated this the 22nd day of Decem
Wlch it Cruthis. Attorneys fo Pe
titioner, Tnllhlna. Okla. wk 30 0 13
Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
Notice Is hereby given that In pur
suance of an order of the County
Court of Oarvln County, and State of
Oklahoma, mailo on the 2Sth day of
Novtniber. IPOS. In the matter of tho
Bslnto mid Ouardlanshlp of Tumpy
Ann Jacobs and Suslo Ann Jacobs,
minor, tho undersigned, as guardian.
I """"rs, will sell at public out
' i.it..Mi i. f i .1 r .1. i
cry to tho highest bidder for cash,!
subject to confirmation by the County
Court, on tho 2fith day of January,
lHOfi. at 12 o'clock M. at tho front,
j door of tho County Court House, In i
Carter County, In tho city ot Ardmore.
nil of tho right, title, interest and ,
estato of the said Tumpy Ann Jacobs
r.nd Suslf Ann Jacobs in and" to the
North east quarter of the North west
quarter of section twenty-two, Town
ship two south, ILingo one Bast, In
dian Hoso and Meridian, In Carter
County, Stnto of Oklnhonm, upon the
following terms, to-wit: for cash in
hand, to bo paid upon confirmation
of sale by tho Court and delivery of
deed, said salo Is to be made subject
to tho lire estate by the courtesy of
petitioner, Aaron Jacobs.
Dated this, the 29th day of Decem
Guardian of Tumpy Ann Jacobs and
Suslo Ann Jacobs, Minors,
Hy ALVIN F. PYBATT,
His Attorney. wk nOC-13-20
Notice of Sale.
In the District Court Tor Carter
County, State ot Oklahoma, at Ard
more. Molly R. Gwlnn, plaintiff, vs. (!. A
Drain, Guardian for Thus. Andrew
Notice Is hereby given that in pur
' suance of nn order of this court on!
the 21st day of December. 1!0S. In
tho case of Molly R. Gvvlun s. tl
A. Driiln, Guardian for Thos. An
drew Drain, minor, pending In tin
District Court ot Carter County. Ok
lahoma, and being nn action tor n
partition or lot number One In lllock
2112 In the City of Ardmore. Carter
County. Oklahoma, I will otter for
sale nnd sell for cash to the highest
bidder said lot nuiubcr One In lllock
2.12 In the City of Ardmore, Carter
County, Oklahoma, at twelve o'clock
noon, on tho 22nd day of January
lOOfi, In ft out of the Court house In
the City ot Ardmore, In said Count)
Witness my hand, this the 21st day
of December, 1 90S.
J. II. AK'BRS,
Sheriff of Carter County, Oklahoma.
Father Jos. J. Wallrapp left to
day for a buslnoss visit to Oklahoma
THE IDLE DOLLAR
A dollar in our POCKFT sucsts extrrtva
;aiHC. A dollar in the BANK teaches thrift
A dollar hiil a way in some place of fancied safety
brings you In notbmsr but worry A dollar in our
loss prool steel vutill earns you 4 pet cent interest
compoundrd twice yearly. Don't let your dollars
loaf! Take tin m from their hiding places and put
them where thev will make you compound interest.
DO IT TODAY
One dollar will start a savirgn account with this
bank. Hrmg It in.
FIRST STATE BANK
Put Some Money Away
Now. You will not always lie able lo earn as
niiH'li as you are eaniini,' today. Hut by
saving; a portion of your income, and by put
ting it into a eertilieate of deposit in a per
fectly sale bank like the Ardmore State, where
it will not only be secure but will also earn
4 percent interest ami grow rapidly. You
will be prepared for the inevitable day when
you must leave work.
It's the part of wisdom to save and deposit in
ARDMORE STATE BANK
"A CJood Bank in a Good City."
Will soon be here and we are going to have a. bigger
and better stock than ever before. No old stuff car
ried over. We would appreciate your December groc
ery account. Prompt service and courteous treatment
Felker, The Grocer
P. S. - Just received a ear cf our Celebrated "Queen
of the Pantry" Hour.
A. D. HYDE
Miner and Refiner of Asphalt
Your'inqniries'and patronage solicited if interested in
rock asphalt for paving purposes, refined
asphalt for proofing, etc.
Write lor prices and samples. Shipping point Ardmore
J. A BIVENS, President. DON LACY, Vice Presldsnt
A. H, PALMER, Cashier. FRED C CARR, AsL Caihlsr.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
Surplus Funds $100,000 ........
Account ot Arms and individuals solicited! Courtssus treat
ment accorded tc all silks.
L. P. ANDERSON Prssldent B. F. FRENSLEY, Vice President
C. L. ANDBRSON. Cashier. .. .BD SANDL1N, Assistant Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capltsl Paid In 60,000.00
surptui Fund 15,000.0
The oldest bank in Indlar Territory. Recounts st arms ait
Individuals solicited upon the moat liberal terms csnsliteal
with good banking. 1