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Ardmor, Tuesday, April 1J, 1909
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. PA.dE E GHT For a Quarter of a Century The Bush & Gerts Piano Company manufactured hih gnule r vo. 1 t: t1 . :S t NiON LABI-' L vt -tv hand and u-cd pnno that have been taki :. liPiir 'H -ie v tv.. vr.d .'P. ur Intcru r r'awr o art- 'tr -t rt.r. LUKES MUSC STORE ESTABLISHED 1595 ARDMOKE. OKLA. WANT ADS 3 LINES 3 TIMES 3 DIMES OH Bus'uiess Getters! WANTED. - v.n to lean: tax be: : w completes. M stantlT tMuy. careful la - tcols sirea. oiplosMS .. wages Saturdays. poalUoaa wonderful demand tot . writ for cautoam. Mo tU r Collage. Dallas. Texas. To i-mploy a Catholic r-..an aa local representative, -tulre a person of energy . i.ty for the position. Salary , r week wiiti- at once for ,;.irs. The Hoey Publishing iv-irbom St . Oblcago 111. ' You to kaow that 1 Mil a r -tors, new aad second hand uild machines In stoc. Al . r and overhaul them. Horns r a Phone 14S. Il U You to know that I am ; exclusive preasrr and :n trie c:t Work done -..JirMcKrUa lm m you :arm loasu. jiav. reaioaaba a-;i ' tntere. I' s'er Drj l. Cbar .vls C r tf SPBCIAL NOTICES 1 wan .tr th i & ari or. Wr.te 1: N.cboU. i:- aae Advertise - Wast osiusukK It la Tb FINANCIAL. TO LOAN Oa iarms at rates and no delay -aat-rwell k Dexter. T-ia now .ri ir ,in- delivering PTRE wagon will call oa ' " and l-v e hiit both ri.v. o :r.3vit you Arc Jo t! nber t it c aivj ha l rt.':ia: ; c FOR SALE.. : s. K a s ot land ln .:.;-) a:,d '.ri lountu-s. All In :. solid Nh1. :.. a rs of fine t. liable land. If you are looking for an investment this is the thin you ant. Railroad runs through land. Fine place for town, sidetrack Is already built. This U the best colo nisation and townsite proposition tn the west. Price IS per acre; on third cash, balance on terms to rait at six per cent interest. Also have .id acres tn Cooke county to sell at a bargain. For farther information address all communication s to J W. Maxwell and P. 1- Dickerman. Gainesville, Texas. 114 FOR I.K lUting" sold my pas ture I now offer for aale cheap. th- following stock: On- 4 year oM standard Bred Bectrite stal- Hon. one 4-year old registered black jack. SO head of coming one and two year old mules, "5 head of aaddle horsn. j. H Roper. Itasca Hill county Texas 15-2 ' FOR I ALB At a aerga:. Block Si on Harrrov, HelgbU. good f-roam dwelling, barn, out bulldlnaa. c,ljr water, gas la front of door. fruit trees, grapes and blackberries. naet cash hslane terms if rfMirtwi r. . euson. pnone is-m FlR SAUB Very cheap. 3 Smith plain feeder good aa new. t Win- ship gin etaads In good running order. -im . R. H. Reed. Brock. Okla. FOR SAUC Old papers, good to ge under carpets, paper the wails cl your rooms or make warm fires ArdmoreMe office pi- 8ALK OK TRAf-A new ano. sec asy 1K - ' r.o. .U '" "t ! oll on care II I lots Main -re ToK Ard :he t r. er '- Wait A ; i they t anytl v '-- ' 1 .-: vrda ! t. y ; ni you a vu- N FOK RCN , ' ' Second r ?a. Ote Jrootu . ha".. ine 0 . s d order A. .tf X'.v-e fvurroos; house et Spraglo. Ma:n trev:, sas. water rsge. A j r'.y to It. J K K T d ;. nr.d r . M R-df-tld rvce f--? 4- ll-a FOR EXCHANGE A good fo; a bori-r. or will sell Dr. McCey. Paoae 10T red. sarrey eateaa FOR KaCTT Xle salt odes Over DKaler's store. R. W. det. FOR ern cavenleaces. Arthwr Saseulr i KKNT Zi -"ac Sec L Wart to 6' voar rlace Aflre 'ie it throuch the want ai. pianos, EVILS OF THE CIVIL SERVICE :A. V'.WBR C w w D PRE s" EvASCN v'P "ME LAW (system of appointment S.te PrtTjW st Etamma - wssnmetan ef Applicant -9 Oklahoma as Residence. Never esis'tnf Htrt. v. a VS -f- A; .1 : " l'ndT the 1 t..- appointor:.' vari ! ;iartwents a'' r an .;port.t.r.iLi-nt. T..1. . ut l r.ed according to ar.d th- law has been .n v.nce the .stabltshmet.t ot ..e ayst.-ui. Cut while this U r. in fon it haa b-er u:.d an amendment introda.M usus bill by Senator McO.im f North Dakota will prv-ni : h asion of the law hetvafter. Thi amendment follows-'Prc-id-d that after all evamiiia tk'i. of applications for post service t:or, :n the government frou; ar. State or territov Uall bi had in the State or territo1'.' in i.lch such applicant reside, and perij shall be eligible for such eviii-natlon ' avpoM tm- rt :nle b- or t-hall uallr domi ie. in auch hjvv t--n rr.torvtorat l.-ait on v. ar S'st or t "viocs to u.h rxam.i. .t;o:i " This an;, r.dment has V- n a-lopted by the senatt- and will probably be reuined in the bill wh n !t b.cm-s H. rtofore ha hnn ar!it'l to portion ;n th govern- tr. ut many f inin fortv r ftn y. a'- ago The 0 ;r.3n oiigi ' nally ca from om- at In tl-e , ri,or' Th-y never returned to their, horo bt held these States as' constructive ml- dences purely In many Instances they married and raised famlll. i TheiT ,hiMfn hmTf frown up 34 hVe uk,n the clvi, ,ervir, examiua- lion tn Washington and . sulty. IK aair VMiAaiiMt Ka from whtch tWJr fathers orlgl- . . . naiiy came, ana wnn appoimea naTc ,,,,r,. ,rt ,iw i.t .. rai- In-n charged to those Statet as real- dents in this way a practice ha grown up of a father and several members of the family holding official position ranging from 169 to per month each. In some instances as many as tm- of one family are hold me positions charged to a State In which the members of the family have never resided, but of which the father was a reider.t possibly forty year ago t'nder this toic we have what are known as official families. That t children again marry and their chil- dm.1 claim residence in the State from which the grandfather originally cam- It is true, of course, that tbvy . . . must it rtify that they are residents of the :at" from which they wer ap-a-- tasy ail poirted but it has been found very Ay to ati- this certlflcatioa by v.crl- v!;rur.s res4der.ee. Xnder th1 McCumt-r ra. adnu-nt th- prti-s will hav. ti- tak- tiie i-vim-nation in t S;a:- it- wh; h th-v live ard before U-ine r-rir.Utd to tak th. sa r.a tu, th- w.U hav- to show that th-y ha af tually bevn doroirU.-d .n th Stai-- for a period of or. oar pr'c : uih vauiinanor. This will f- f.vtually pit a stop to th f .-. ni Iv ; -1 H.:tiot, It will U th-. a.- .f tir-.-.gict new liff into h .lt ;iartr..- :it frvni the slilv and will . - rtsit-'ii! of tho v.if.ou '- ..n i-ppiur.;' to m t. ;v ' 1 1 ir. :h- M-'ra! s ivi ir f iractnall) ali th'- :vii.i - '-.: -.i.a.i.- f r. . . V .-!.... i." . :i a4.'ac-;t towp .1 , ti'ir i-,' 1 i rt s arm. Ths v !1 stop stt'r.osTr.ipr.' ' ' i- ' l ? , .i r. ct i!ii.nal.or. ,v ii ; so th- govrrtKif! -ff . t M v t- a.qu'.ring tvid-r.ce '4 It- - tc- Wah-.r.gton a: 1 t 1 t'Sass.rird emce. t- : c th- book to Oklahoo. .' t Hore ar.d Tar ts a safe ,jarl A.s- ut.cx reu!ts from spr-.r.g c ' wi ch :r. flame the ! aad deveV p ib'o ps-ssoe'.a. Avoid eooater't't tv 'a:t.nf upon hanag tve g.-;-- F-.-t Honey aad Tar : .m - - - - aire fa: drags Sold r aJ dreatgists. PURE We are now letliertag WATER aavf oar wage wUl call oa yoa. Teltatjoae JM u tears joar order. RrM".RTi rr -:t i r"wr:R ALBATROSS ' show smugglers- schemes EXAMINATION OF FRENCH STEAM SM P CAPTAIN MAY REVEAL SVc OGLING SCHEMES. n . York April . ' Commission, r r-r. :d. today bewas the etamlnatl i. of Mau-icv Barnler second captain of Fr-nih steemsh.p ta 3avoie. who as arrvated here rverl tn-ki ago har.-d with uihci ...n diamonds and ,. worth J.sO. l.armere exemr..auon may reveal an titonixp sen. i.- to d fraud the government. The method, usually simple, vonstst tn a loreign firm work mi -.th confederals in New York, ac tually using, or ce -.r.terfeitl&f. consu lar mail for ssnaffling purposes. A messenger, wno is an a.ioinpltce. d--ltv-rs the genuine tv.ail to his counsut and Uld oat" th smuggled food for th Near York i-ob federate. Tu. Treaaory rvpanment .aspects that laro Qaar.t-.tie of dutiable eixl have been fraudulently import ed by this method. Hitnerto. follow ,ng a custom of international con;- tesy. Mgs containing diplomatic 'onaular document and packaaea. of whatever sue. o ion as mey oore the aeala of a foreifn alate depart- mnt BtTe WB mUted wlthwl. ,n. spectlon. More care will be taken reply to ths vociferous claims of th- hereafter. reupbltcan party that the traditions About sis months ato a French- nd principles that bind th south man In hard luck applied for a poal- em states in thea olid south cay te flon with the French consulate. sundered throush the medium of f-d- He made sack a good impression eral patronate. that the consul-general. Etlnne Lanei. added him to the staff. He was aa- signed to conrey the omctal mall be- tween the French lines and the con- sulate at 35 Sooth "William street. Thm weeks ago. according to vice- Consul Heilmann. the consul-general was 1-formed by the custom house that th man was nuspcted or smue ,ln ,na n was instant ly aismuves. u th cutom n lh French Hne 10 intrust cfflclal mall to the care or tb second captain, and in Barnlera caom aco uwpui? nr,. --'" R. Norwood found two packages, three ,on- e4Cn containing lace worth aaa w a t. .t..Ma A Jewllr' w"na "wul vv was also fouad. Th S00 were wnt to ''n 5bllc J- Smyth and the xntteo btates uts- trict Attorney's office are now looking for the former messenger and th- flrm nich be haa been delivering foods. Th VfnCh COO til last tS VbatOlVd from l bn- and Sond Captain Rnilr umrm t ta etitirlr Innocent - - - m r wron " n ' " m t any wrong as n js pan 01 ni """ take cnarge ot pacaages ao- dressed to the embaasy or the con sulate. In thi case the packages were not addressed, but bore seals which te sembled the official seal. Only a close examination would reveal that they were counterfeit. Reaa Thl. Yatef CaHer. Kan.. Sept IS. i6;.- After ay doctors ?ave me op to die Ha Texas Woader cored me of kateey and biadd-'c trouble. It It th best medicine 00 rsh- Mrv H. S Joaaeoa. Sold by all dmcrfjio. DAW A want ad may bring you ba gains, but A. B. Rawlln can supply them in Furriture and House Fur nishings, with certainty. l-la MONEY TO LOAN. 0odl cf cheap money to loan on fartr. property in any sum. lor.g or hort time, any where in Southern Oklahoma. WE CLOSE LOAN'S RIGHT NOW If Interest -d. eaV on or writ iOQKE A A.N'DERTON. A -rrr! ore. Okla. Vr.nirig-on Sims BM. e - " You rt-td an Arinrtit Kp te i.t ' I"5 eter mining the location sf yfrur Oil. aiphalu jj$ and oil une aeeesitt. itni 51X0 for tne Weekly Aronvoreite ss yea-e.- tSe Daily Ardaertite ts mentHs. and vt jive eu a cey f the very latei: n"y of tne ne state. Civil Service Ex J..i."s:ie. An examleatjoa for the pos:tk5 of railway mail clerk will be held at the postolk-e in this cKy oa May jj ; aw. .mlw-iiMv. hlaaka. and for tzii lafiiisasTr 11 relattre to the examiaa- . . ,( r ...... is. ; s Vi , A Trrt Ai Yk-J g"i . BALEY IS TO DEFEND SOUTH ELOQLENT TEXAS SENATOR BE ING URGED TO RAISE HIS VOICE IN BEHALF OF THE SOUTH. ABOUT THE SOLID SOUTH Southerners Want Htm to Reply to Republican Claim That Solid South May be Sundered by Federal Pat renaee. Washington. April 12. n. a. his splendid oratorical aUl.:y scMweBIMltf ln tht .,::a debate when either the sou:- democrat ic principles wa the app- a. to hit patriotism. Senator Joeph W Hailey of Texas M bein? diacusfod by mAny numbers of the aouthem colony resldini In Washington as tu their choice for a ajwkesman It la not Intended that ? r.att.r Bailey shall be naked to d-):?r f-.-h- er a politically partisan or a ti".-r -.ect tonal speech In the senate t ut it is the sincere desire of the soutt.- ernert concerned In th matt r tu bave him present the salient fact of history upon which hang all that the south cherishes most ar.d the tblnga wnicb have vitalized southern democracy as epitomized ln it s--- eral state eoveraments. Captain Henry 5. Miller, a Y.rr.r tan. an ex-conreoerate . iu;-r ar.d a jife-ionc democrat, who is l-adic ln the movement to have Mr. Ba:!-y deliver such a speech, said tonight t-hat the time bad come hn th- sooth, speaking to the ret of th C0Untrr thr0Ofh man ,ik 5raU r gmj Bq0uld let it be knon that ,t do nM bold patronare al-o.- th, trmdJttoa8, u ntiments ar.J achievements of her peop,-. The sloran of the leaders of ta- sKArsMnM c 1 wa iKaw - w -.e e. reasons for break ins- th breakinr th" sootn loan lor north: and if the south : to t- served its unity to surrender for tt.- aake of a :ew federal off. '? t stowed as a sort of subsidy Whether or not Senator Ba.l-y ..! consent to make a speech awr.t the lines Indicated i not k:.ow. Should he be willing the oppo.-.-t.'.v may present Kself. bat in a:.y e.-r.t he will be requested to vou- ta- eenUments of the south wh .h jra Wrtl5- 415(5 in whose d-Vr. ha r'r"' W."red when V r ' tradStior.s w -r- .;xVi: i- r- VOICE OF NIAGARA STILLED LNPRCEDENTED S EATHER IS CAUSE OF GIGANTIC ICE FLOES THAT CHOKE CHANNELS. Buffa!c N. Y Apr. 15 The voice of v.' w mute Sunday for th or.d time in the nn'mory of n-.ar The Crt time was lat ir. F. t-:rv w-hrn. following a sever-1 r--rtr--'-Mow, fail rn dr X-i : kw;r.g a severe thw.'-- r : frozen fro-u ; .;-- lank. fa; rwedtec! a-att- 'r atvjt UDprscedr-.- i vr.d -w-dr.e-day th rt aacT. aad the rr.-t v..;.-: .- r-istorr of the -ath-r v.- . Apr.l was recor: - rt sohd lee f. :d ' w, churned frcr. eixj t r '. . ; "i:-i i a huae - iglorr. 'a- ! :. at th lower end af th- At Niagara Vails tb-r,- h! .. heavT ;ce bridge la the ; - : cataract since the c' h- w.rr. Tader the irnpa of - v. cf ice from the lake ao a-.'. added floodi brooaht down t f w'.cd. the bridge gave vav a- . gas to surge down the rap.. beore It coeld win freedom :-. :. ample waters of Lak Or.ta wind shifted tenia to the ncrh tamly the moving flo p v .. the month of the river Ea. h r.?.r of cold rostealed Vie pact rr. - solidly and each hour brought vu: Preasare from above. "r.atv -o acape -i rTv-ras e rive was ' 5 wr-v-r c-f ' J iav An Investment Bearing Four Per Cent Available always, with Absolute security in the Depositors Guaranty Fund, is an idea; disposition of individual savings or trust funds This bank pays FUt'R PER CENT INTEREST on de posits. No Government Bond or high erade railroad secur ity will yield as great returns as a Saving Account with this bank. Get the benetit of this interest and open an account with us. Vou will be accorded every service and consideration ossib . THE FIRST STATE BANK Ardmore, Oklu. Our Wireless Message to You Is that you take advantage at your earliest opportunity to deposit your money with The Ardmore State Bank It immediately begins earning vou good interest, and you are guaranteed PERFECT secur itv. We want vour business1 I. P ANPFI:s N, Pres. MORAN sc t.TT V. e-Prcs ' : N ll I.s'jN. t ashler I II SA.VPLIN, Ass: ( asier FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ardmore, OKla. Capital Paid In $60,0G0.O0 Surplus Funds .165.000.00 Total S225.000.00 The oldest bank in Indian Territory. Accounts of firms and indiuduals solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent with ood banking. J. A BIVE.N'S. Pre;dert. A. H PALMER. C'as&.er The City National Bank Ardmore, OKlahoma. Capital $100,000.00 Surplus Funds 100,000.00 Accounts of firms and individuals solicited. Courteous treatment accorded to all alike. trial ".a-. p-.-ur-t .... r th- w.r.dow s :is ;- hou t. the Ontar.o tV.-. co;pay and flooded the uia- vh'.nes Tt-.- tracks of the Or.-a: Cioree route were covered from the lower steel arch bridss to Jwwtown. Cocservative estimate place damai- at J ! ."X CvO. All dav lo-ir a co-tar.- .-r--.i::. . J v;f.:.ri p j-. 1 v '.. .wv k - s :..-:! "rs . t NO TERRORS One fourth off nd remoxal s.ile have no terrors for me. 1 am. have been, and will continue to sell vou more for less money than any com petitor or catalogue house in the United States of America. Are vou from Missouri' W. M. FbRNITURE, STOVES I ON I..M Y. Vite President ( H WC'LVFRTON. Ait Cash.er. i -rs evr. rod.- atd -walkeil arss country t.. s.-- what Is tK lk.;.v to repeat w.th.n th- i r- -t geuera::oc COMMITTED SUICIDE. the Ai T- K- Kearaer IUrdwtv Star, tea thouaind RSrs bv fhnnt A Y..l't AJ V.Y.t set 't yc. HILLIS AND HOUSC FURNISHINGS.