The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 145, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 22, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday March 22 1911
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
ARDMOREITE PUBLIHINQ CO
afU.VEY 8DOQ3 President
rjatred at tbe Postoffice at Ardmore
aa Second-Class Matter.
OFFICIAL PAPER CARTER CO.
AND THE CITY OF ARDMORE.
M It la In li1 Ardmorelte It la legal
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
The Dally Ardmorelte.
m Tear M
Dae Monti M
Oae Week 1
The Weekly Ardmorelte.
' I JOIN HEARTILY WITH VICTORIOUS BOYS
AND CONTINUE THE MARCH Of PROGRESS
rare Mouthe u
uaiafee Manner's Office (38
City Editor's Office 6
Any erroneous reflection on tbe
eaaraoter standing or reputation of
aay person firm or corporation
aicX &ay appear In tbe columns oi
rie Ardmorelte will be gladly cor-
"ectd upon iu being brought to tie
ttfentlorn of tb management.
Ardmore Wednesday March 22 1911
Baptist Enon Association.
The workers conference and fifth
Sunday meeting of the Knon Baptist
OHHoclatlon to be held with the Broad-
way Baptist church Ardmore begin
nlng Wednesday evening April 2C at
o'clock and closing Saturday noon
8 p. m. prayer and praise service.
8:30 p. in. "The Christian Life and
Growth" Karnent K. Ford U. Y. P.
U. evangctlist Ilaptint general conven-
9:00 p. m. "The Sunday School
Work In the Church" W. D. Moorer
Sunday school evangelist Baptist gen-
eral convention Oklahoma.
9:00 a. m. devotional Bervlce sub-
ject "Faith" J. M. Mammons.
10:00 a m. "The Preacher and His
AYork" K. I). Hamilton 'pastor Bap-
tist church. Marietta.
10:. 10 a. m. "The Sunday School
Work In the Church" W. I). Moorer
11:15 a. in. "individuality and Or
ranlzatlon In Mission Work" J. C
Stalkup superintendent mlflslons Bap-
tist general convention Oklahoma.
2:00 p. in. devotional services sub-
ject "Ixive" R. C. Baker.
3:00 p. m. "The Preacher and His
Vork"-E. I). Hamilton.
3:30 p. m.. "Tho Training of Our
Youni? people" E. E. Ford.
4 p. m. "The Pulpits Return te
Cod's Word" Dr. J. F. Young.
8 p. m. prayer and praise service
8: 3D p. m.. "The Work and Work-
ers" K. K. Ford.
9:00 p. Hi. 'Organization In MlHBlon
Work" J. C. Stalcup.
S:0o a. m. meeting of cxecutlvo
lioard of the association.
9:00 p. m. devotional services sub
ct. "Prayer" J. H. Perkins.
10.00 a. in. "The Preacher and His
Work" 10. I). Hamilton.
10:30 a. in. "Justification" W. IU
11:00 a. in. "Tho Uiymcn's Tlaco
In tho Church" J. C. Stalcup.
2 p. in. devotional seilce subject
Tho Holy Spirit" L. If. Smelley.
3 p. in. "The Work of the Sunday
School In the Church" W. 11. Moorer.
3:45 p. in. "The IVnoiiilnatlonal
Press In the Work of the Kingdom"
A J. Holt editor Baptist Oklalionian.
8 p. m. prayer and pralso service.
8:30 p. m. "The Land and the Book"
A. J. Holt.
9:30 p. in. "The Teacher Training
Class Work: The Awarding of Diplo-
mas" W. P. Moorer.
8 p. in. meeting of tho executive
lionrd of the lussoclutlon.
9 p. in. devotional sen Ices subject I
"God's Word"-Oscar Paschall. !
10 a. in. "Justification" W. . Scl-j
10:30 n. m. "Systematic diving" !
B. X. Hiiltsman. pasior South Ard-
niore Baptist church.
11:13 sermon . J. Holt.
Free entertainment will be provided
for all who will attend the meeting.
Let those expecting to attend send In
their names nt once to F. M. Masters
or B. X. Htiltsman. i .
It Is hoped by the committee that true
every church In the association will
lie represented In this worken meet-.
Ing. Pastors superintendents of Sun-
day schools B. Y. P. t". workers can-
not afford to mlns tho opportunity to
hear the men whose names appear on
this program. Bring your Bible a
pood note book and pencil and say
The question of our associations!
missionary will be considered
fr Year by Mall whole people with democrats repub-
li Months v
The jeojle ought to be satisfied
with the result and they are. Those
who voted for tbe defeated candi-
dates are Just as willing that the ma-
jority rule as those who voted for
the victorious candidates. There Is
but one plain duty confronting
the people of Ardmore and that is
to give the new officers when they
have been Inaugurated their full sup-
port iu giving this city Just such an
administration as it needs to make it
grow in healthy morals and In com-
mercial greatness. There should be
no sore spots to heal. Tho election
in April will be a mere matter of
form. Tbe campaigning Is over.
There Ui no opposition to tho ticket
in the field and tbe law denies any
man tbe right to have his name placed
on the ticket against the nominees
and if It Were possible for other can-
didates to enter the race they would
receive no votes for the reuson that
the whole people had a right to speak
In tho election yesterday and tho vote
was indeed a heavy vote for a city
election. It Is time now to forget all
that was said In the heat of tbe battle
and not only will they refrain from
Jimmle Cotner and John S. Owen who
were defeated are good business men.
from a point of financial gain the re-
sult of the election is a fortune to
each of them. They arc nien who
will Join the ranks of th victorious
an dnot only will they refrain from
throwing so much as a straw In the
way of the progress of tho city but
they will work with and aid the suc-
ceeding administration In every way
possible. I!o It said that they each
levo Ardmore better than they love
their own 'political advancement.
While .Mr. Dawson states thnt those
who believe him to bo a white rib-
bon crank and a blue law prodigy
will bo disappointed yot the election
yesterday was a decided victory
against the open Joint and the gamb-
ling house. And In this regard the
new- administration will have the un-
divided support of all the law-abiding
pcoplo of the city and it shall have
The eltizeDS of Ardmore the entire the unstinted aid of this paper for the
citizenship without regard to party j elimination of whatever vile places
alignment elected a mayor yesterday. h" clt ''ht lthl lt8 bor-
While technically under the law t u a man of ya8t experl.
amounts to a democratic nomination j e knQwa the factory work.
but In fact it was an election by the era all(1 0tnerg wbo are shut in all the
week deserve the ojen air enjoyments
MORPHINE RELIEVED PAIN-TIIE
GREAT KIDNEY REMEDY RE-
STORES TO HEALTH
on Sundays and in that regard those
who expect him to bo raidlcal will
Tho Ardmorelte loves all of Ard-
more more than tbe 'personal am-
bitions of any one man every citi-
zen lovea his town better than his
own personal ambitions and It Is up
to Ardmore people today to Join
hands with the school administration
and help those people make Ardmore
the best city In the state.
The retiring mayor nor his friends
owe any apologies Mayor Cotner has
len progressive he hag done the
hardest work of his life to serve the
people of Ardmore as he saw their
needs and he is too fair a man to
hold any personal prejudices and his
energies will be devoted to the up-
building of the city as it has in the
When David H. Dawson said he be
lieved In 'progress and illustrated
It by saying that he wanted to 'pro-
gress himself from commissioner to
mayor and that his ambition was to
make Ardmore the best mayor it had
ever had the people believed him
and gavo him the opportunity to
make the progressive step he asked
I.t every ' man put his shoulder
to the wbeel and help our own fair
city make Just such progress. The
means are In our hands the oppor
tunity Is before us.
ONLY THREE MORE DAYS MID THE
GREAT CONTEST WILE BE Ml
COUNT IN PAPER CORRECT CAN YOU PICK A WINNER PAY NO
ATTENTION TO RUMORS NO ONE CAN TELL HOW HIGH THE
VOTE WILL GO JUDGES WILL BE ANNOUNCED TOMORROW.
FORGIVE & FORGET
For the past few years I suffered
groatly from what thieo physicians
called neuralgia of the stomach. The
doctors treated nio without any suc-
cess and I called In a fourth doctor
who proiioum od my disease gall 1:u'e nothing further to say 1 guess
"Well the battle is over and the
lioople have ex-pressed their senti
ments. At the polls yesterday the
people returned mo wilier onver my
opponent Mr. Cotner but today the
battle is forgotten as far as 1 am
concerned and 1 want all of those
who supported me. as well us those
who voted for Mr. Coiner to get in
behind Ardmoro and make it a city
shall endeavor to glvo tne city a
clean and biisinoss-liko administra-
Hon and I exoct my old colleagues
that 1 have labored with for the
past two years as commissioner
from the first ward to. 1m with me
in my administration of the affairs
of the city and I assure you that
any advice given by them will be
given a rcKct.ful hearing. Xo
second to none inthe srtate.
are a dead Issue with me
stones. I suffered lntcuo pain and
the only relief the doctor could give
mo was by Injections of morphine.
I was so completely discouraged
that I had utmost given up hox when
a neiglilKM' told mo alsmt Ir. Kil-
mer's Swain-KM)t. 1 decided to try
it and began its use at once nnd af-
lr taking nine liottles was complete
ly cured not having a spell of sick-
ness In over two veare.
I have so much confidence In
Swamp-Root that 1 never fall to
recommend It to my friends who
may have kidney trouble of any
kind. 1 feel certain that Ir. Kil-
mer's Swamp-Hoot saved my life
why should It not do likewise to oth-
ers who take it in time.
You are at lalxTty to use this tes-
timony at any time.
MKS. KU..V .M. lriOMlY.
.Mil Shaefer Ave
Kansas City Mo.
State of .Missouri County of Jack-
On tho L'Slh day of July A. IV
!!'i'!' personally appeared Ix.fore me
a Notary Public within ami for said
County and State Mrs. Klla Henry
who subscribed the ale statement
mnde oath that the same is
hut you might add that to those
who siipiortod me in yesterday's
election I am extremely grateful and
to those who opikisih! mo 1 have no
hard feelings. We are all friends to
day and will continue to be so. Th:
future greatness of Ardmore inter
ests me more than anything else at
present and If the citizenship wilt
stand with me 1 will endeavor to
muke it groat."
C. KM Hit Y
Dr. Kilmer A Co.
Binghamton N. Y.
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Mug-
hence hamton IX. Y. for a sample lottle.
there should be a full attendance of
the board members.
F. M. MASTERS
B. N. HULTSMAN.
R. A. "WILSON
Uee the want ads all the time.
It will convince anyone. You will also
receive a 'booklet of valuable infor-
mation telling all abou the kidneys
and bladder. When writing be sure
and mention the Ardmore Daily Ard-
morelte. Regular fifty-cent and one-
dollar size bottles for sale at all
Col. Prouty is 0. K.
I was greatly please! when I saw
in tho iw-Ixt last night that you
had employed Col. Frank C. Prouty
to compile tho siHciul edition of the
Ardmoreite. 1 have Known (1. Prouty
personally for tho past ten yea's.
Ho is an earnest intelligent news
paper writer and worker. He will
compile an edition that will 'j a
souwnir of th!s town and of this
stH'tlon of the st ue for years to coivo.
I shall give the puior my most
hearty srpixirt mid I trust tht.t tlie
people Mill gie it the same libera!
tat.!omi!e and the .benefits wil !
sure and they will be (piicUy real-
ized. The iron is liot tho tuno is
ready for Ardnicre to make the
stroke that will 'laco us out of coun-
try town list nnJ in the ci' i s
where .vo lclong j
i isko pieasuiy in ottering -oa i.iy
services and my vo operation in mak-
ing t!ie pa;i(r a success.
it. a. win rK
Assitant Secretary of the Industrial
(d'.d.i We a- pleased to have
the co-operation of Mr. White and
are pleased to know we have the
right man in the right place to com-
pile the edition and Mr. White being
himself a newspaper writer wc shall
be pleased to have ou f ts man-
uscript on the oppoitunitlc for profit
taking in investments in Ardmore.
HOW THE GREAT CONTEST
The closing process of the
contest will tbe very simple.
Friday's Issue of the paper
'will give the names of all of
the contestants and the total
number of votes that nave
ibeen east for each up to 8
p. m Thursday and no further
information of any kind will
be given out until the Judges
have coinpleted the count and
the announcement of the win-
ners is made known. All sub-
scription 'books that have been
given out must be returned to
the contest manager not later
than 10 p. m. Saturday March
25th. This Is very Important as
the books are used in check-
ing up the contest.
Promptly at 10 o'clock the
judges will lock the office
door and just as soon as the
contestants' books have leen
written up they will take
charge of the ballot box.
Contestants' iietsonal "blank-
et" checks covering a number
of subscriptions cannot ibe ac-
cepted unless they are certi-
fied. This ruie is made for
the protection of the contest-
ants themselves as unscrupu-
lous persons might otherwise
give a large check late Sat-
urday night and etop payment
on it by Monday morning thus
defeating some of the earnest
hardworking contestants w-ho
have given their time to hon-
est wonk during the five weeks
of the contest.
prize. Some said fifty thousand
then seventy-five then a hundred
and still they are climbing and some
say they would never dare guess
how high they will go. Do you be-
lieve what we said at the beginning
about the biggest contest ever at
tempted in the state.
Lay out your campaign for these
last few hours so you will not lose
any of tbe precious time.
Where are all you people who
wish to see your favorite win? Come
out these last few days and make up
for the time you have wasted. If
your candidate is to win get busy
and work for them. A good bunch of
"boosters'" can get together and win
the prize. The contest has no leader
They are all buncheu up only a few
votes separating them and a little
extra help will work wonders. Don't
think that you are done when you
give ihem a subscription. Get another
and pass along the good word.
The judges w-ho are to count the
votes and award the prizes will be
announced tomorrow. The votes will
all be on hand from the first of the
contest and it will only take them
a 6hort time to announce the win-
ners. An article entitled "illow the Con-
test Will Close" is published today
so all the candidates will ibe familiar
with the closing hours.
A pain in the side or back that
catches you when you straighten up
R calls for a rubbing application of BAL-
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This one thing we desire to have
especially remembered. There will
bo no inside 'information to give
out to any one under any circum-
stances. The management of the pa-
per the management of the contest
will not themselves know how the
votes in the contest stand after the
last publication Friday afternoon. The
votes will bo doKsited in a box
under link and key as they come in
and they will not be removed until
the judges themselves remove and
count thom and declare the final re-
sult which will ibe announced in the
Ardmoreite Sunday morning.
We have taken a complete count
of all voles that have leen east
since the very first of the contest
and if there have been any mistakes
made the contestant in whose count
the mistake has been made should
report lt at once so that it can he
corrected. We assume that the
count as It apjieans In the paper to-
day is correct and if the contestants
find that it comiare with their rec
ord and there is no Objections filed
with the contest manager before
Thursday the count as it appears in
the paper each day hereafter will be
considered as official and no changes
will lie made.
laiuo a.uw jji.mmunt. it re-
laxes the contracted muscles and per-
mits ordinary bodily motion without
suffering or Inconvenience. Price 25c
sue and 1.00 per bottle. Sold by
Hoffmann Drug Co.
Exodus of Dutch.
Amsterdam March 22. Another
exodus of Dutch farmers the third
In a month took .place today when
about 230 persons boarded a liner to
leave for America which to the Dutch
agriculturist has only lately become
the land of promise. Most of the
emigrants are going to Iowa where
many Dutch colonies have been high-
ly successful and have spread the glad
tidings among their relatives and
friends at home. If the exodus con
tinues at the present rate the gov
ernment may take some action to
induce the farmers to remain in their
Most of those who sail today like
the previous parties are well to-do
and take enough money with them
to buy farms and begin life prosper
ously In the new world. Dutch cap!
tal has played a large part in the
development of the western part of
the United States but the emlgra
The Modern Han or Woman
Recognizes the necessity of a bank account.
Begin today H.oo starts an account and we
furnish you with a savings bank for the home or office.
Four per cent paid on time deposits.
FIRST STATE BANK
BYRON DREt. President.
CARL C. JONES. Vice-President.
FRED B. JONES Ci.hier.
J. W. RICHARDSON. A.s't C.f'r
Real Estate Bargains
3000 in caah balance terms nan
dies the best piece of business prop
erty on the market. 109 feet In City
Hall hlock paved aistrict adjoins
county court house and Guaranty
State bank building two blocks from
federal building brick houses south
and north shoddy improvements now
create income that pays Interest on
the investment. It's a good nest egg
It's good for a quick profit it's good
for a home for nearly any kind of
business today. At this price it won't
stay on the manket long. See
WEST & WEST
Guaranty State Bank Building
SUBURBAN PROPERTY 160 acres
adjoining the city of Ardmore on the
west at the end of Weet Main street
all level and pretty would make an
Ideal addition to the city. Some one
will get it at a bargain if purchased
within a reasonable time. Buy di-
rect from the owner.
My home Is short distance from tbe
town on the west.
Nearly 500 feet frontage on Santa
Fe and equal amount on Rock Island
tracks two short blocks from union
depot suitable for any kind of whole
sale house or grain elevator cold
storage oil mill gin any of which
are needed in Ardmore. Improve
ments on the property cost $5000.
Conservative business men estimate
the property to be worth $10000.
This .property can be had for $C500
If aken In short time. Greatest
trackage property oargain in Oklahoma.
See the owner W. F. Warren.
For Exchange for Ardmore Income
A fine improved ranch and farm In
Mitchell county Texas free and clear.
Improvements consist of one $3000
home with good bam and all needed
outbuildings; one $2000 home with
good barn etc.; three good tenant
houses; all fenced and cross fenced;
500 acres in cultivation and now being
planted to corn cotton kafflr corn and
other crops. Land Is of level rich
chocolate soil and Ib very productive.
Price only $30 per acre. Will divide
to suit any reasonable trade.
JAY. T. SMITH
Kansas City Mo.
15-lm 3600 Park Avenue.
tion to America for Holland has been
THE CAUSE OF COLDS
;s. This is the
more does any
Read Ardmorelte 'Want Ate.
Just a chanre and the ability to
size it up that w
whole truth. What
nonest man or woman want than
i.ur cnance: n any one is exact
ing anything else in this contest
they have made a mistake. They are
in the wrong pew. If all line of
business was conducted as fairly as
this contest the Golden Rule would
be In full foiw and effect. Wbnt
Pity it isn't
ihe rumor fiend is getting iu his
work again by spreading all kinds
of foolish talk about how many votes
this or that candidate will have; how
nun u mcy are going io epenu and a
lot of other fool dope no sensible
contestant ought to pay anv atten-
ion to. 1 Here are always a lot of
wise (?) ikwiL who think thev
know more ailxuit what's doing than
the contestants or the contest man-
agers. Tho contestants will not le
foolish enough to give away the
number of votes they exiect to have
when the contest Is over and they
are the only ones that know.
Contestants will have to use their
own judgment as to how many
votes they think will win the dif-
"If they beat us they will have to
go some" is the slogan they are all
working under. Xo stone will re-
main unturned to win 'by the con-
testants and their friends and the
results they are getting shows that
they are not fooling any time away.
People have gotten over the habit
of trying to predict the number of
votes lt will take to win the first
Good Advice Regarding the Preven
tion of Coughs and Colds.
If 'people would only fortify and
strengthen the system the majority
of cases of coughs colds and pneu
monia might be avoided. These trou
bles are frequently due to weakness
which produces a catarrhal condition
of the mucous membrane which is
nn internal skin of the body. When
this skin is weakened it becomes
easily Infected with germs which
cause many of the diseases to which
flesh is heir. Healthy mucous mem'
branes are essential safeguards of
the body's general health.
We have a remedy which we hon
estly believe to be unsurpassed in ex-
cellence for the prevention of coughs
colds and all catarrhal conditions. It
is the prescription of a famous phy
sician who has nn enviable reputa
tion of thirty years of cures gained
through the use of this formula. We
promise to make no charge for the
medicine should it fail to do as we
claim. We urge everybody who has
need of such a medicine to try Rex-
It stands to reason that we could J
not afford to make such statements
and give our own personal guaran
tee to this remedy if we were not pre
pared to prove the reasonableness of
our claim in every particular and we
see no reason why any one should
hesitate to accept our offer and try it.
We have two sizes of Rexall Mucu
Tone prices 50 cents and $1.00. Some
times a 50-cent bottle is sufficient to
give marked relief. As a general
thing the most chronic case is re-
lieved with an average of three large
bottles. You can obtain Rexall Rem-
edies in Ardmore only at our store
The Rexall Store. Ringer Drug Co.
Agnostic's Daughter a Reformer.
New York March 22. Miss Maud
P. Ingersoll daughter of the late Col.
Robert G. Ingersoll and Mrs. Sue M.
Farrell a sister of the great agnostic
and orator are taking a leading part
in the work of the recently organized
Vivisection Investigation League. Both
MIbs Ingersoll and Mrs. Farrell are
directors of the organization which
has for its object a propaganda to
"arouse public sentiment against the
evils of vivisection."
Miss Ingersoll has long been prom!
nent In humane movements for the
prevention of creulty to animate and
In social settlement work. She holds
to the religious views publicly pro-
claimed by her distinguished father
and a recent report that she had join-
ed a church aroused her mirth. The
antl-vlvlsectlon league has opend of-
fices In this city and commenced ac-
tive work today.
A Choice Building Lot on Main St.
One of the choicest building lots on
Main street for sale at a real bar
gain If taken at once. Continuous
sidewalk to business part of city.
an Ideal location for a home. Also
have three Improved places for sale
cheap with modern cottages and
conveniences. See O. M. Curb over
Rawlins Furniture Store. Phone 504.
A Fine Pawnee Co. Farm for Sale.
800 acres western part of the coun
ty 10 miles from town 500 acres in
cultivation balance pasture fair
house and barn several wells and
wind mills located in a good neigh-
borhood school house on the land.
Thla Is a snap at $30.00 per acre. I
have several good residents property
in the city for sale and if you will
come and see me I will show you
something worth the money . For fur-
ther particulars call at the blue room
n P. O. Bldg. or phone 47.
C. L. WELLS
. Ardmore Okla.
20000 yards Mill Ends of Ei
broidery at Importers' prices.
THE BANKRUPT STORE.
563 feet of the iprettlest east front
property in Ardmore on car line city
conveniences In the corporate lin-Its
will be on the market in two or tbree
days. Easy payment plan if desired.
The choicest residence proper. in
Ardmore that is unimproved. Several
lots have been spoken for and each
applicant for a pair of lots will be reg-
istered Ir the order In which they
apply. Not one will remain In one
week after the sale is started Is the
c pinion of all who see the property.
Phone 840 to be registered.
F. B. McELRO'.
Fine for Horses and Cattle.
Good (bright oat straw mixed with
alfalfa better than prairie hay and
sells for 20c a bale. Also plenty of
cobs for sale. Apply at Round Bale
Wanted To teach you Shorthand
at home. Mall Course in Spencerian
Shorthand $10. Easily learned. Easi-
ly written. Easily read. Selvldge
Business College Ardmore Okla.
Read the Want Ads.
It !s predicted that very shortly smokestacks will be going up in Ard-
more like umbrellas in a spring shower. We build smokestacks (ex-
cept for the city) and know how but that is not all we manufac-
ture the Standard Gin Saw Filer a Machine that is now recognized
as the best and we are shipping them wherever cotton is ginned. We
built the famous Booster Whistle they are the "Big Noise" in the
steam whistle family and the Crackerjack Pecan Cracker is some-
thing new and filling a long felt want In that line. Last but not
least we build buy sell and repair machinery.
Jones - Everett Machine Co.
Founders and Machinists
Ardmore - OKlahoma
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