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f HE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Ardmoie, Wednesday, Oct. 27, '50'
ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING CO.
,1 !i' thf Postoffn . at Anlinore
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M-IV III will w.
' .11 tin- AMinoii-lif. it Is legal,
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.
The tidily Ardmorelte.
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The WMMy Ardawtite.
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- Manager's Offm-
i editor' Office
v i rrnncflu reflection on the
1 '.i. standing or reputation uf
! -son, firm or corporation ,,
il upon lit being brought to the
mi of the nnniHgcinpnt
A d-iu-e Wednesday, Oct. 27, 190:i
RDM ORE ISMS
' sllll t.nic. III tllillgS
v Idi i f i hitifts not
i mic north ( a itMin Ih to
in I'd by the objivt he pur-M.in-u
.ippeirs that Senator Oweit
';. .'t.OIMI.OOfl Instead Of
tor iM'tng a irlcwl of
lit v!w of this fact
i.ii-t makes thi amfiunt
N ju. 1 1 v succeeds NKo being avwikt
w I - importunity knoetta.
i il .1. Pule t othe North Star:
I 'n skecry;
T i imm winter n lulu I so ilnmry."
Ship nhny," aald tho Star,
s ,i rinht whore you tire.
cook. Ami, (treat snnkes!
in rr come l',ry."
I U i
e (il;lH4nnna I'lty I'lun-H nay
ii' 1 1 n. Hill .Murray lit liNjlu order to pmxlde for the elty' in
f ir governor ia running HUe ture growth. Hence the iliim at the
iiiii utal plteHMam. We can nil-1 city lake lllimt he raUed and dieimtli
ind tin- Orietttnl" pan. hut 1 ened, but In doing so care inuttl Im
i i .i.-aiH, never ' taken la locating the contemplated Imi-
- j lirovemeiit.-t or the iiiiiin oliject to lie
k ups hae thin advantage." uttalneil will he thwarted and the city
"I - Okliihoum Time. "You j will, in the future KUffer lin paialily.
i.ue to erawl lltMler thel."i eciiuiiailied by I'lty lillKllieer Say-
'! ailvinrtiiHn Mill not lam ' t. ii Mt wan niiule t the edy lake
we'll wtMiu lHgin not only ; on 'I hurmlay hint ami done linpivtlo i
in' -. hut aetuully digging to M made of the capu.ity of the imt-
hi being "Hi' on nial iliim or ridge of ro k tli rough
which a hiiiuII stream iin formeiiy
ll ! I .
iiuiler and th. repiiiilicniK (
iting i h to pick the tall j
tr .i on. lfalfu mil." i
i.ni or thiMe tail
- mi t . 1,1.. hum in
he the com-
II. limner and Pad-1
iii lie' inoi. oi an expert ;
nig lien than i.iklnis :hc arar-i
ipiH to th. nor, 'i p la,.
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ITER COMMISSIONER'S REPORT
MR. DAWSON SAYS STORAGr. CA
. . . . . . . . n -V . r- r It
vnurs unni w ""
THACT MUST Bt MADE WITH ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY
PRESENT PLANT TO BE MOVED TO SITE NORTH OF DAM.
tl I H- III VI
III. II Hill
, I III.
I ii i. ml
w .il I
-fnirt of wu'er
.: ii i Daw till
mI 'i i ' ulot; 1'UdU
hill' h tin ,tf,
win. Ii Alls Hindi to III' lio.iid or ' ollt
llil'simii'lH at their llli i'iliiH l.i -I lit iilt.
Si III t- re HI llltlg Ini'li ii tour (If
in n i Hon id till' !' i ; dun I i In thf
tn', n or oiiliiii.iin.i ,i .ii '! ik, timl af-iii-
iMii-rul i iid or omiiiioiM --i-eD
.mil sin i i'.s.,riilly nifl li on i I 'In rt
tin t'oininl-ii.idlii'i of W.ili'r,
ciiy of Am-
niori' linn nw- iIioiik itlully Into thf
lotiilltion of on i- i Ity mill lui.-i tried to
inliiit to its muln tin- knuwMlgo
KdllK'll 1 1 (Hit I III' IM II. ll .'il l XMM i'l)?l-
' of oIlK'I'H.
our city wiitfi l. nli mill ii'iib
imi llttli' clii'iiili'iil tri'.iiiiii'iit iii ia
lionii liv (hi- HtKiii'I (Ih'IiiIciiI nit
aly-ils U l'rof. I'M win 'IiIIhi'i'. Hl:Uo
Uii'iuUt of Ohliilionm. iiihiIi- mi the
' Kith day of Ortulirr, U'llK. from h
siiuitlc Million of wnicr Hi'iii him from
the ill)' lake Winn It hurt tile KiruilR
inior iiimI IiikI taMto, Hoillf week ngo.
It l. only jtiMt lu rfiiy t hut Mxwtf
'tile lii.it ii mtly ntM wiih iiiiuli' liy (ho
Hint,, ehemlst, tll odor anil tiixte lia.4
enllrely (llsnppi'Hrcd from the elt,v
Wilier, lllle Iflrgi'ly to iiiovIiik the In
'take it(H- out into ili'i'P wilier of the
I lake ami iilto to the treatment or lime
. mill Niiliihilte ot coptier itlven In the
I meantime The witter ihciIh m riitloii,
ii riHiilJnlHiit mill plenty of time to act
lie in large Heillmi'iilatloii lni'.dtiK. n
, our table In largely HiMpended M'sicta
hie matter. nitration plant will
take iiire of nil these tiling mid pro
duct' th,- neeeHMiiry pMtiltx.
More Storage Capacity.
To my mind, tin- xrouti't and iiiokI.
'Iinp.iitant prolileni N the iiii"tloii of
, locating our new liltriitluti plant, n:i
that InvolMih the future Kioutli of
jour elty. "riil miniiucr'. expoili'iici'
I him deiiioiiNtrated beyond a reiiKon-
ahle iloulit that the Htnrane enparliy
or the et lake luilKt In- luei (tiled
worn i,.i way, but now tilled in w ith an
urtlllcUl dam of ea th and oilier urn
teriul which now Impound. the water
of the city like. ThU ItMpt'tMlon n
e.ilcd that a height of t. feet iiImhc
the Hoar of the priMcnt illlwny Ih all
that can be hoped for in the fuiuiv
which would ItniMnind about lour Id!-
""ii galloiu of water, which would ai
frl c.in.4uinpioii or eln. t inlllloii
gallon i w. iter daily for one year.
Raising ol Dam.
Hilt in laUlug t.ie dam I,', feet, the
level of the iviilir twnili! ivilun i. ; It..
an eaes of the irc.4eiit imiiip .Hiii.te and
If j cover entirely any plant we might lo
i uui ''M"' " that iMilnt. To nil the dam
il. .is,.1 10 feet would Mill hllblllcntc the pre-i-
. , lent plant and any that almiild be add
ed. To rle the dam 3 feet would
mi. the level of the water barely uw:
t ! , i loot hi'low the fkHir of the boiler
i. ou.se, and to ptvxein the wni.ilng or
whvch a. on nil the hotme ami t pro
, ,, Lit the bank uf made earih otrrouiul
l( iih tin' house a loiurete wall WilitlJ
( i.ui to he built around the 4trueture
.ind xoiue diHtaucc along the huic
Hn. on eitiier nidi, of nuffUleni height
:o ir iteci the properly.
Xiiotlld U be determined lll.lt the
si'ddro 1 1 1 1, t tun plnm he .-on I, iicted
' t jireHeiit hiiitlon, tin' water
" . ' ' iim I handled at ban twi e, a.id
' ' "Id liollil lOlltl'.H! will hive to lc
.i "' l:h the Ardinoie e. I.ljjhl ,t
i .! o. ror tin additional pump
- ' lieili must do It ih. nnelv.' .
i' ruv at .in tin rea ..il .oil
, le .iii soll' r.itr, iiich will t,iki.
''"in i i, iter tcvcuiitf ja
' '1' ' Hi slili IUl' lIlKpoi.l! u.
i i' i' ''.en the Iia-IIK .ind fll
i i i icr I'ouree ol auno)
' ' in s i nj carried completely
si. The item ot laying
Tax re- i ' pipe .uotind ' lie arm of t'.lo
'' . d thioui; i ii..- hill to carry
.n;' u ii: ta a heavy oue.
S'te North of Dam,
the pl'c.ent Kit,, a, to
.age. The uliigle udvant-
gained by inutlniinK tho
I' esi' t Matlon Is th.u It will save the
v " i ' 'II' "V .i i Hi tit it .il i n-t
" '.'.,. lit? Ij to
' 1 ' ' f' )' i i i i .p- Ii
1.1 v , , ' i li h(
PLANT AND COST
PACITY OF LAKE MUST HE IN-
I P r H I I I i I f f I - T A llrtTUT II ilAkl
" . . . - - -
Hi,' tioiih xldt of tin- da in. The wa
ter i mi Ih- taken fiom the lake by
urn v II Into ihe -n'dlnieiitittlon haiOmt,
trotti which It will be taken by the
pninn. i.iKed thioiigh the filter into
tin i iiiiitlpipi , miih adlniluatlng an x
tin pumpl'ig The Hfdtnicntatloii ii.
Ins can he wimhed with water from
the like and the rvftiHc rallied mil
by gravity Into the creek nearby, thu
emailing no extra coat, lit fact, all re
fuse matter and washings from IhmIiik
or filter or front any other nource
will lie dlnooio'd of effect imlly aud the
watershed will not bf cotilnmlnateil
thereby. And further, the wateMheil
p.iler will be free to Use lo It al
most i'iiinetly without fault or hin
drance of any kind.
DKIcrenee Oetween Sites,
Hilt Ihl.t Mile will he more eH'llshe
than the iieeat one, a the 1 l-llicll
ell lliulli will have to he extended
lo connect with the n Kite anil that
cost i iiIhiii: the only illtferenee he
I ween tile two place., which Will be
tsn by the appended iMOliimeil i(mI
of the two jilauu. coiiipiled by mr
city engineer, II. II. Sayer. which
lilt been rlgnred clirnel) bill llMr
ally. I ni 1 1 the foregoing utaietiienl
of fact It will he clearly hocii that lu
continue tile pieitellt loci I loll the c:i-
puclty or the city' wuiernlted iihmi
Ih- roi ever limited mid the elty of Aril
more mint, In tin- near future, attffer
from luck of water upply, If he
would glow and develop
What Is Recommended.
Alter going careiully over the ad
vantage and ilUadwir.tamm of tin
two local Ion, and coliMlderlug the tu-
title Interi-A or the city therein, I
tln-H'loie make the follow lug reconi
liieliiliitlons: I ft. That tne present plant be
moved to a site north of tho iliim.
2. That three Heilluieutatlon ha
rliiM he coiistructed with a capacity of
."iIIii.iiimI gallium each In order that the
wuti r may have ample time to precipi
tate. Hid. That two prtMMiire filter be
liiHtalleil of jit'i.OO'i gallon. capacity
Hit. That a new pump of Htainlard
make, of 1 aOO.tMH) galloiiri eapiiiity. be
Mirchaeil to n-pliiee tne old one now
With t!il plain the city can he fur
uUlied one million gnllou.4 of tlltered
water dally with euu, and aliould a
further increiiNe be needed at any time
an extra pump, filter and MetUiiu-nta-tlou
basin can In- added which will
I lieu give lue city ;!,fiO0.iMHi gallons n,'
iiltercd water dally.
Sincerely hoping that till report
will throw some light upon the proh
Iciiik now coufroiitlnK the I'onril
.'oiiunl.-islonerii. it is hereby submitted
to them for their eotiHld'-ratlim.
I). 11. mwso.N
t'ommlsh.ouer, Water, I.UIits anil
iiluiiire. (ik l;i i)i t 'Jii. I'.iO'.i
ANALYSIS OF WATER
The tllllowllIK M tin
iiialyslH of tile namplc
report of tu
or water - m
as per this letter:
Snlld.4, I'.i-' pa. is per inlllloii.
Chlorine, '.i part. . a-r million.
Sulphates, ;tu.;, parts per uiillUni
t'alcluni ovlde. "5 part jmr million.
Nitrogen a nltiates, truce.
XUroftcu a nitrite, none.
Tree auunonla. .in" jmrts per mil
lion. Albuminoid ammonia. .1 15 part. per
Vo.'i wilier need to be aerated,
treated with a little Utile, or aodu atiu
sedltueiitateil ami filtered. You will
not he able to do llltnil llllli'is It I
to rl.'e the iilpe that take 4he wnie
i nun your pond. The Intake of thi .
pine should take the water from the
lop of t!i,. Hind Ju.it MitbmergiHl enou ;li
not to suck In air wneu you pump.
I had h jMd to h.ive been In your
city Saturday and to have teru yu
.ilmnt your water.
Very truly yours.
UinVIN Ul'.lt ltlt
COST OF IMPROVEMENTS
lile 'ejort ol t'lty Klltfitieer Sajil
Mr. 1) II. Iinw on. ('onimUsuuii ''. nl
more, Ok la
Dear Sh :
per your r, ijiu-.st I am ubiul.
tlng linrewiili an approNliuate esti
mate ot the c.iMt of I'lmstnielliiK a
iiresuti filter plant lutving a aji.ir
ty i. jnoOOOO gallons pi d.iy of
Jiotr i lie c tlniate covers two lorn
tlo opi at the prist nt pumping i;ta
tion and one below the dam, and alo
the cunt of mlKltiK the dam Mm I '
above Its. iirnseiit elevation.
Filter Plant Located at Pumping
Three Seiltiiii'tiiMtloli ltalli
i.vin.ono gnlhnis each) .. l,.',(iiinu
I 'ulurele filter home, .lux, 12 1. Hill Oil
I ottiitlatloiiH for tillers and
Tk'i i.oon.tiOO gnllon luinifw in.oim.nii
rour 50(1,000 gnllon ireitiri'
f litem .1,001.00
l'voe to protect plant (lined
with ennrretei 2.500.0"
I'ninii, m'fi'r Well and coti-
Add 20 per c nt to.- c mtlii-
geuties, eligln.'i rillR. ele.. (i.OIO.Ott
Total $31.2 lo.Qo
Flltar Lsonted Dclew the Dnm.
:i,;khi fet i l-inni pipe laJior
and mnterlals) $ a.nin.im
Thru- Hedlmetitutlnn H.talna
(.lOO.nnn gallons each)... I.Roo.un
t'oncrete filter house. 30,M l.lOO.tHl
Concrete engine and holler
house, I'tlvJS I.iMM.iiO
foundation ror llUvrn,
ptimiiH and hollers l,r,iin.iiii
Two l.miii.iiiiii giillnu piiniiM lii.oiiii.iM,
Four ."lO'i.itiXi gallon preaHttre
filter S .00o.no
.Moving present plant and
('oilliectloiis lieiweell l'iII-
ineiitiitlon naslu and lake 1,5oo.0n
Moving eleetHe punii and
changing power l"ne 250.un
Add 20 per cent ror coiitln
genelcM. engineering ,et.. .7,l!'0.oo
Raising Dam Five Feet Above Pres
20.000 culile yards rilling
leaith) $ 0.250.011
I'aviiig with rock rind sodding
with llermiida grim l,75o.uo
Widening spillway and con
Htructing lde wall . v.. I.IiUi.OO
(.'oneretltig below spillway.. .".OO.ilo
Add 20 per cent for con
$ I leV.i2.nO
It. 11. SAY UK,
Proposes Common Ground as Basis (or
Harmony in Party.
Itoton Ma.i.s.. Oct. 20. -Senntoi;
tlore of Oklahoma lir an Interview
here points out the
Democratic v icuiry.
way lor National
' What the ili'in-
ocracy needs tlrst.'
lie 111, "Is com
Iili-te harmony and
democrat can unite
pflli-e. All tril '
Oil the rollowlni
"They can eouie together on tarT
lor revenues only with IniliR-illule i,
illietlon or duties on the IH'iTHsilles
of life and reasonillile ilutle on lux
uries, lly rciluctllg the woolen sclleii
ules we would raUe uiiiiually JKO.Ooj,-
000 til $10.0(1(1,000 Oil IICCOUMt of II,
cream, of trade and at the same tin e
promote general Industry liihtead o.
it strict !iu .ii. 'iii-'ie me.
"Deniociney can he united on the
n uuiuiitioii and election of I'uiti-d
State senators by direct vote or the
people. It can unite on tile Income
tax. Another Important plank Is a
customs union between the countries
01 the AViMtein lleinpishere. so tllUt
the Dnitcd states may acquire the
enormous tnde in some markets that
naturally belongs to It. We can unite
against the Iniquitous system that has
driven our merchant marine from the
sea and against the proposed ship m
tddy Tile present system Is merely
a rule of the millions by a combina
tion of conscienceless capital. The
governed must bo reinstated In the
rlftht to govern and the despotl-m
If people with symptom of Uiln-
or bladder tumble could realize tlmr
danger they would without loss f
time commence taking Fole.v's Kidm v
Remedy. Tills great remedy stops
pa in and the (regularities, mi. i i
ens nnd builds up these oryaiis a. ,l
ihert is no danger of Hrlght's d
ease or othet seriun dlsorde' Mo
not disregard the early inp " -i-Suld
by nil druggists.
Game Laws In Indian Language
Muskogee, Okltl., Oct. 20. Thru
thousand eupii s of tJte new Oklal oin.i
game Inw printed by the state In "ie
Ciioetaw and Chickasaw' language
were sent out from Atoka today to
the Indians of those nation . li.uiu
warden have had lots of trouble wi
the liidlnu. who are resisting any or
lort to restrict their age old privil
ege of hunting when and where tiny
ploaite. It was to reach these Indians
the Jaw was piintt d In their own lan
gunge nnd sei t to the timbered dl.i
trlct a nl mountain regions of 'hi
soiitlu astern part of the state.
He who has in time to be gr.i cfal
h i i t'o powi - to i i'Joy a bit sjliir?
STANDARD IS FINED
$65,000 By TEXAS
FOR VIOLATION OF THE TEXAS
ANTI-TRUST LAWS JUDGMENT
I Austin. Tex., Oct. 20. -The Standard
Oil company of Indliinii was today tu.
ei! fOtVOOO In the dlitrki conn here
for vhilttlon or tlio Te.sa antrriis,
Tho Hei'itrliy fill coinpnny a d t.n
XaVNrro Iteilnln c nnpany today m
feed to having entered (nto a com
bill Hi lop In violation Of the i'eas ant!
trust law ami Juiletiieiits amoui tiii.
lo about $175,000 were enteied against
the eoiopHiiles by Judge Calhoun. I'm
feitures of charter, permits and u
(era from the state will at one" he
preiinied by the court.
The stilt against the Standard Oil
rotiip.tiiy of New Jersey ami the Nat
lonal Transit company were tlMinisv
ed without prejudice The I'nlon Ta lk
Line company was lined the value of
alxty-llve tank of oil which are no,s
In possession of the state.
When the state rested Us i.nc, I
counsel for the itefeiiilani compaok-t
at once confessed Judgment.
Dursnt, okla.- ThU certifies I was
cured of Kidney, Illailder and JMieii
malic trouble by the use of one Sot
tie of Hall' Toxa Wonder. I fully
lecomiuend It, for It 1 a medicine
with merits.- W. 11. WARD. Sold by
Coming Milwaukee Convention.
Milwaukee, Oct 27. The third ale
mini convection of the National So
clov for tlie I'roinotl. ii of ludiiitrliil
IMticailon will take place at Milwau
kee, December 2. It and I. Hum. Tin;
meeting will open with a banquet
on the evening of Thursday, Decern
The topics tor discussion at thl
year's convention will be -as fol
lows. The Kconomlc Value i f In
iliistrlal I'M iii-M t ion '. Trade Schools,
State l.t-Klslti'lou In regard to In
diistiial 1-Miii-utltm . levelling and Cor
poration Schools; lutei-iui'illate III
iliiHtrlnl Schools, ami Indiistiiiil IM-m-a'l
li at Home and broad.
Sptakers who will adilress the
uieetltu are; Dr. AleMinder C.
Ilitniphrey. Dr. (Mm. Van lllse. Dc
(tiorge Martin; Messrs. Frederick W.
Slvyet. C. X. Perry, I.. Ciistnfson. .1.
(iolden. A. D. Dean. (1. F. Curmaii.
1.. .1. Shearer. I.. Itoullllon, C. F.
Warner. M. W. Alexander. C. II.
Doolev, J. J. rrvon. (!. S. How-. C.
R. Allen. Siiperinleliilent I'eure .Hid
KUon, Mrs. A. (1 Siiencer. Mr. F.d-
H.iniey, Dr. .1. I). Ilurks and
exhibit of trade s "hool work
U being arranged under th"
dlrectl of .Mr. I Roitlllloii. Me
lir.iiilct hnnltute. New York, prom
ises to Ik- olio w the most Interest
ing fea urea of the convention. Somo
of he best technical ami Indiisirlul
uiiiKils will p.trtlclpati- in the ex
hibit. Delegate have been appointed by
nearly all tho governors f the states
and a large representation from t.h.
various state binnolies and state com
mittee of the N. s. P. I. K. a:-'
cxpi cted to In present.
Mr. F. (1. Frit?. Oiieoma, N. Y..
wiltes: "My little girl was greatly
benefitted by taking Folev-'s Orluo
Laxative, and I think It Is tlie best
remedy for constipation and liver
trouble." Foley's Orlno Laxative is
mild, pleisant and effective, and
cures habitual constipation. Sold av
A furnished room to rent7 A want
ad will chango It to a rurnUnud
Buy Where a Real
City Will Be Built!
Is the Place for the Safe Investment of Small Amounts
$1 Down, $1 a Week
Lots sj.ri to IIIO. 20 por cent donated
to building Confederate Homo at
Ardmore. Now Is the timo to btt
Prico raised on November IS.
On August 14th, 1909, the following citizens of Ardmorc
and Carter County bought from J. Ii. Boone. C. L. Ander
son. B. M. Worsham and others
THE FIRST STATE DANK
OF AIWMORE. OKLAHOMA
Hr..., P.. w. I. .ins and Uo.il
C.u! C Jon. .. liituier and Cotton
ililVt i .
I'i'il It. .lotus, Hunker.
J W. Hi.'hardsnn. Assistant Cash
i-bt. F. Selvnlly, Merchant and
I. II. firlfflu, Miller.
.M. (Iwyn. .Manager Ardinofo
Mill and Hlovn'or.
M W ( iffey, Farmer ami Stork-
Muv ijvwii Wh1tem.ui, S . le-y
D Sweet. Ililiroad Man
I'.i il 11. Join s. C.ipiia'lst.
YOUR BUSINESS IS
llj ion D' w . Pri hlder.
Carl C .l.iii" . V ei- Pr. id- n-
CALL ON STOCKHOLRERS
i ISSUED DY COMMISSIONER IN
i COLUMBIA BANK AFFAIR FOR
BENEFIT OF DEPOSITORS.
The Oklhomnii say notices are be
, Ing sent by A. M. Young, state bank
eoliiliiUsloiier, to all stockholder lu
the defunct Columbia Hank and Tout
J company. Informing them of an .'is
I ses liient against ihem equal to the
I amount of their stock in that Instltu
1 1 imi. ruder the law they are liable In
case of falluie for not only their .-apl-tal
slock, but an additional sum of
It Is understood that the assessment
called for l lor 100 cents on the no.
1 l:ir, or the lull amount of the addition
I al liability.
j This will add $200,000 to the asset!
I of tip- Columbia bank and will be used
lu paying oil' the calm against it. Ac
I cot ding to statements yesterday it is
'expected that this measure will go a
long way toward clearing up matters
' and the restoration of the recent as
I fteSMUlellt oil state banker to the s'nte
1 guaranty luiid.
Mr. Young was unable to state ye.
1 erday Just what Ier cent of Its llahill
ties the Institution would be able to
meet When the new assessment liti
-been added to the as.icts aliead.v o.i
Governor Haskell made no turthcr
! statement yesterday as to the bank's
alfdlr. He lidded I hat It would b
sometime, before a complete siati in. id
of the hank's .tftalrs Is i.su' il
MEAL COOK STOVE.
Quick Meal Is the only sii
cessful gasoline cick stove ever made
and the (Juick Meal gas stov. i, tac
bi-rt siove ever built to use natural
gas. This Is a broad assertion bu wi
stand ready to back It up Sold only
b H'veiH. Coi-lin .t Fn n - ley i.,m
EXPECT HER CONFESSION
WIFE OF MURDERED MAN AT
DAVIS IS EXPECTED TO MAKE
HER CONFESSION TODAY.
Davis, Okla.. O.t. 20 The wife ol
A tin n Smith, who was murdered
near In re a week ago las' Saturday
night and his headless body thrown
Into the Washita river, will maki
a sta eincnt to the county author!
tiis t ii. o -row which Ik expeetinl 'o
It at r i diifession of murder or
Fred V. Kinkade
5-7 Wheeler Bldg. Ardmore, Okla.
Wood ll-nuliin, I'lr n. n-id .rto. -Ml
Jlllllis, II. .Mllileis, Count) v
S. c. Mntaon. sjlstat Coir
Com. . Ramsey, l.o.ini nnd U
Kal;,h II. Ihainsey, U,an a.;,!
.Tmhies M. .Tftimoii, Onnitallst
W. A. WlittWah, .MoiiMffer .
S s Tolon, Reorder of I).-.
Il.irokl Wallace. Hanker.
J. M Jiinei. li.uiker.
C T Harringer. S ocknian -i l
F H. Jones, Cimhie.'.
J V Rli hiird.son. sis',iii c,
' r jind Seen tai v.
the la teiilng of the crime ttpor .-n e
nthn person. She and Chart-- (
SmUi. i barged with the muni ,,'
Mbi ri .Smith, have been held ,
await grand Jnrj Inquiry. A com-,, :'
Jury was .iiinnioned today anl .
repot t will be made tomorrow.
i Charle Smith Is being held r
the coiuiiy Jail at Sulphur, and Mr .
Smith I being guarded by the off'
1 cero nt her homo two miles in fi
country. I kith will be hero tomor.ow
during the Inquiry of the coron-v -
Tne officers learned today -jh: ;
i Charles and Albert Smith hired n
j biiKijy ami tenni from a l.ieal lh.
I barn the night or October lLh ami
-with a driver went south along Mi
Washita river. The Identity of this
I driver was not disclosed today but
, he has told tlie olficcrs that the met,
'got drunk on the road and tiny
made him drunk, lie doesn't remmu
her Low lar they went or where
they w.-n or what was done durjti
the night, lie returned next morning
with the buggy a partial wrock
Buys n n Kdison
Invest hi a town where things
are moving. You'll never be
come wealthy on a salary alone.
Your idle money will never
make you rich