The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 297, Ed. 1 Monday, September 18, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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.Ardmorn Monday Sept. 18 .1911
THE DAILY ARDMO REITE
-U Hy M4R1 GWYN Willi FMA.N TELEPHONE No. 1 11
WIhi put.s on the Dross you Admire
anil seeks your Advice in a Plan'.'
Take heed to Uiy Freedom () Hroth-
it lor Slit' is in Love wit h a Man!
Wliat then if She Kieei jou with
Laughter ami ftraifd'tway IjokIu to
In- Sail'.'. Remember that She is a
Woman ami therefore a lit t If bit
My Son at your ea-e you may Hor-
row ami mill' iu a while you may
Lend lint whe.i you are asUeil for
Pa - If miu value a
At the Tabernacle.
Last niht the Locket Adnir taber-
nacle was full ami overflowed into
the street where bunnies and ailtoino-
biles tilled with people quite closed j
tile street for asrim:.
Mr. Whilleker led the snug service.!
Mis. N. II. .McCoy the jiijiiiist with;
Mr. Whitteker as leader puts life1
into Hip music and the response from
tin? choir and from the conrcuatioi
was most satisfactory. j
Kev. Musters pastor of the Hroad-
way Paptist church introditocd Rev.
Yesterday marked the i Iwe of aj
year's pastorate for Hew Masters in j
Ardinore and at the first pastor's con-
ference alter his arrival in the city'
it was suggested that the town have:
a union revival meeting with Lockett
Adair as leader.
LocUetl Adair V.t so brimful of nooil '
nature that lie noon became fast
friends with his coiwenal ion. He
declares that he didn't Initio a revival
Willi him in his suit case bin that with
the help of the t;ood people of Ard-
inore anil wilh (lod's help he believes
that many hundreds may be brought
into the church during his meet ins.
bcre. He is an interesting and a.
forceful speaker and lias ;l slraight-
I'cr'uartl way of epre-siiig fads that
drive them straight home.
Mona Lisa to Visit America. !
Prom information wiilch they re-;
ceived recently treasury department:
officials believe that "Mona Lisa" the I
$."i(liu)i!iiu masteri iece which was!
siolen from the Louvre I'aris will
be smuguled into the Vnited Slates;
through the swamps of northern Mill-'
Acting through order.s received from '
W ashingtoii it is understood Ceorge ;
l'oulkes special agent of the se-
cret service in charge of the customs :
offices on the Canadian line from the
great lakes to (ho J'acilie coast left j
yesterday for northern Minnesota.;
w here lie w ill lake cjiarge of the drag-
net which the government is setting
for the picture thieves.
ll is beieved that the picture will
no; come through tiny regular port of
entry but. w ill come by the caravan !
ham's Vegetable Compound
Klwoort Inil. " Your renieilie have
cured nie and I liave only taken six
lmttlesof I.vdia K. I'inkliaiifs Veget.t-
lile ( oiiipoiind. 1 :
was sick three :
liionllis : i ii.l could
not walk. I sitf-
fcfl-d nil tin- time j
The doctors said 1
could not g-ot well
without an opera- '
lion for 1 could
hardly hiatal thu
pains in i.iv .sides.
jesiH'ciully my right ;
lone and down my I
! right U-'. 1 began !
to feel better when 1 had taken only
(tic bottle of ('oi.tpouiiil but K- pi on
as I was a f rtiid to stop too soou." .Mrs.
Saiuk Ml llk.v X. 15. i"-'!. 1-1-
wood I ml.
W hy will women ta!:o t liatu-cs with
nn oi'ifraiion or dniif out a sickly '
lialf-liearted existence missing t.ire.--ioiirtbs
of the joy i livhrx. w le-ll thev
can find health iii l.yiiia J 1'inkliuin's
Vegetable ( 'olilioillid ' '
For thirty years it l.;;:; ln-eti tie" i
:tandard reiuedy for female ill ; an I
lias on red thousands ol woiiniu ulii
liave liceii troubled with such ail-
jnents asdisiilacemt'tits iiiil.immatiin
ulceration libroid tumors irregulari-
ties. Jieriodio pains backticlie. indices- '
lion and nervous prostration.
If vou havo tin slishtest tlnubt
that'Lvdia J'. riiiUliani's vgi -
table Compound will help you ;
write to Mrs. l'iiikbum at Lynn ;
Mass. for ailviee. Your letter ;
will 1 a1'iolnt"lT c-imlkleatial
oud tbe advice tree !
Maicahees wi.l nit't-t
li t at s o'i lo' k at t In
k. of r.
si.uV important In
Christian Aid Meets.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris-
tian church will meet on Tuesday ttf-
! ternoon at. three o'clock at the church
j All members Mill please be present.
For Mrs. Kennon. .
Mrs. Lament liyars will entertain
! a few friends on Tuesday afternoon in
honor of her fcuest Mrs. Kennon.
There w ill be no game for the after-
! noon hut an hour pasM'd very infor-
I mally when Mrs. Keiinon's friends
j iu Ardii.nre will have the pleasure of
' lenewing her acipiintance after sev-
i ral years' absence.
' The Self Culture Club. 1
Milh Mrs. lo!:n!in a cry interest
. ing session of the Se!f Culture club
: wis held this afternoon.
1 Miss Kthel MeKlroy left Saturdav
i for the universit v of Kniil at Knid.
s .leanette Moore left Saturday
linolit College at Xash Hie Ten-
This al'ttrnoon at Mrs. Ida Alex-
ander's the Daughters of the Confed-
eracy will meet and siwtle their re-
unit n bill.-.
Mrs. Harry's si inly t lass met this al-
tirnoon at Carnegie's library to dis-
cuss plans for the coming jour.
Mrs. A. .1. Add'iigton is chairman
and will call inoctim.'s of the cla-s as
is i.-iiin-4 her
Mis. Liiliau Mc.N'ecs is visiting iu
Mrs. Harry Tillinghast of i'auls Val-
ley is i-iting Mrs. Lamont liyars.
.1. M. loard is entertaining
ster Mrs. Julia Hoard of Sul-
Miss Kula (larbutt has reluriied
from Texas where she hail accepted
a position iu one of Texas' foremost
si hook-. Miss Carbutt was not en-
tirely pleased with the situation and
having pleasanter things in view re-
signed and came home before she had
How s Tnis.
We o!Ter One Ilunilie' Dollars Ite-
wanl for any case of Catarrh that
can not he cured hy Hall's Catarrh
l- .1. CHUNKY (c CO. Toleilo O.
We the undersigned havi known
K. J. Cheney for the nast fifteen years
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fi-
nancially aide to curry out any obli-
gation made by his firm.
Wuhling Kinnan & Marvin
Wholesale DniKKlsts. Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarin unre ;s taken lnler-
nally acting directly upon the hlood
md mucous surfaces of the system.
estlmonials sent free. Prices 75
Take Tlall' Family rills for con-
PLEASE THIS ENGINEER
R. S. FITCH REPRESENTING
NORTHERN AND EASTERN CAP-
ITALISTS REPORTS FAVORABLE
Da '.is tlkla.. Sept. IS. ll. S. Fitch
the noted mining enninecr a. id chem-
ist of .loplin. Mo. who spent several
weeks in the Arhuckle zinc field ju-t
west of here in the interest of north-
em ami eastern capitalists stated to-
day that Davis was directly in the
i enter of the richest and most ex-
tensive zinc anil lead Held in the I'ni-
ted State-i. "Its average richness is
far above the .lopiln field taken as a
whole" declared Mr. Fitch "and the
economy in mining and extraction
v .11 probably he much lower tha l any
known Held. The old residents of I.i-
vis have no conception of the mineral
value of the district and I doubt if
zinc mining men anywhere except
pc s.- ibly in .loplin. knew anything of
this field I predict ere long this will
become an active mining camp.
"I am highly pleased with what I
found except the slipshod method of
The Fountain Head of Life
Is The StomacbM
A mm oho hl t wenk and impaired ttnmuch mid im dot net Ttti'J
propi-rlv digest his tixiil will toon niiu mm nm niouu n.i nrcume
wiuli and imp." erished inl Hint his whole body is iiupn pcrly nud
vr. nir.veK'S coldcx medical discoykry
injhen tne utomieh stroitii promote the How at
dibettive lui.-es resttires the lot appetite make
astsinil.'ation perfect invigorates thn liver and
purine an.l vi.riches the bloud. It in the ire.ir lihiori-maker
fie!!-builiicr and restorative nerve tonic. It make men
t.trt;nj in body active In mind and coo' -n judgement.
This " I)i'.-overv " is per? glyceric rxtrnot nf Aiin'rienn medical roofs
hsolii'ilv die limn uli-nh.Jl mid ull injurious hahit-liiruunji druiis. All itt
intirrdicats are prinl.-d on its wrappers. It bus no rtl.itionsliip with secret
niistruiuv. I' ewrv nii'.redient is endnrsed hy the leaders in nil (lie scliuoU ol
nu'du-me Dnn't m-upt a si-cret nnstriim us a substitute tor this time-proven
remeuy oe is.iws comi-usi i ion. Ass lin K m iiuihors. I hey must know ul
many cjres maJe hv it dnriiiji past -tO years ritiht in your own neighborhood.
Wurld'l Uiti.cosary Meiiii ul Association Dr. K.N'. I'ieree. I res. liutialo N. V
prisspiTting hy men who know little
or inching of the work. The avetage
development down here has been done
by unices in mining but this will all
be cliaii-ed when ; radical miners
b arn of the field. I found titles to
land perfect in the mineral Held the
major portion of it being deeded di-
rect by the government. Leases are
all made on an exceedingly liberal
bas s and I see no reason w hy this
should cm prove to be an attractive
Hi-Id as it develop-;. What is n led j
most today are practical miners to '
handle the Held. They will no doubt
flock into Davis when they learn of I
the richne-s and extent of the new .
FOR AGED PEOPLE.
Old Folks Should be Careful in Their
Select-on of Regulative Medicine.
'.. have a safe liepend.ible and .
a'.o'jMher ideal remedy that i pai-
tiitilaily a.lipted to the -eiiiirenient s
of -iged people and per.-ons of weak !
inii.s; i' Hi inns who suffer from con-;
stipntiou or other bowel disordeis. i
We are so cert iu t hat ii w ill re- ;
li:-e these complain's and give ah. j
solu e satislai-tion in every partic- .
ii l.i r t hat w e offer i' wit hout icf- .
son.' una' alile-o thai it shall cost
i In- user nothing if it faiis to sub
siantiate our claim.-. Thi- remedy is
called Kexall ):de;lies.
Kexall (ird'-rlies have a soothing
healing sPengtiii'tiing. tonic and reg-
ulative action upon the bowels. Tin y
leniove a'l irritation dryness sore-
ness and weakness. Thev restore
Ihe bowels and assix iale organs to
more vigorous air! healthy a'tivtly.
They are eaten like candy may be
taken at any time without inoome-
n'eti.e do not cnise any grilling
nausea diarrhoea excessive loose-ne-s.
I'laf'tletice or other disigree-
abl.' elicit. Price "He Tm- ami Id".
So!d only al our store- The Kexall
Sore. Tile Hinger Drug Co.
The tax of one dollar on every
automobile In Carle" county Is now-
due and must he pall before Ihe fif-
teenth of the present month !o rave
penalty. Make payment or mail check
to me at the Ardniorcite office and
obtain receipt. J. It. SXV1MTH
lleahlton. Sept. Hot and sultry
all this week.
Cotton pickers complain of the heir
being m oppressive that they rati
Cotton cominir in slowly to gin and
:.- not making a good turn out and the
;vnile generally !s poor.
Surveyors of Ardniore Diincan-1 .a w -ton
railroad were here all this wee1;
running a line south and west of here
a few miles.
Dr. W. K. Wil-on will move from
here to Alma where he will locate.
Mr. I triggers and family from Com-
anche are here on a visit to relatives.
Hard to say as yet what cotton will
ilo. Holding its own fine but pu'-
t'.ig on .'low and there is a good deal
in complaint of shedding aDo worms.
All are complaining of worms injur-
ing all late corn and feed erops. There
ate more worms and hugs than this
part of the country ever saw before
en every thing. I
No items of local news.
Health cf community is good. 1
0 fe9 RHEUMATISM
The priman cause of Rheumatism
tion indigestion etc. forming; impute
sour and Icrmt-nt causing uric acid which is abs'.t
intestines into the 1 lood. This ch.'injres thi: ci:v
fluid t') a thin. .n.:riil slrt:t:n. ili-j.ositiiig- inllatir::.!'.
cks nerve s and joint ;. The lon".r t!ie blood
intpure condition t'ne more .sc. ere will Rlu-u::iati 'ii
muscles harden and lose l!u.:r elaslicitv the joint.
(-tetitl v calculous :ejiosr.s iortu knots
way t" CLK1. Khc-umalism and tii.it
ti' ison. S. S. S. by removing cverv
the blooil. cures Rhcutnatisni jicrmant -title. S. S. S. climinat -s t!a-t.i;o a id
because it is the greatest (u'.l Llool pun tiers. It ii'.t- rsout everv t-a of the
sour itiflammatory matter cools the acid-heated 1' -o'i. furiii.-hi-s the mate-
rial for multiplyin-f the rich mitt itious corpuscle of the cin td p. ion and
by its fine tonic effects assists the system to rapidly overcome the etTccts of
the disease-. Special book on Rheumatism and meda! advioe free. S. S. S
is for sale at druj stores. JU SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLASTA CA. 1
Will Be Demanded Through Panama
four years will
ma i anal w ill 1
the inatlerof to!:
cii.-M'd by raill'i ;
Sept. Is. A t ! n ' i ; . I
s before the I'. ma
ipeneil for I l .1 .fli .
i already being dis-
i men ami others iu
portal ion. Many lo-b.-liee
thai the Ion.: '
i isions by the iuter-
.uiinissioii w i I caii-e
i early date lo com
legislation itn po.-ing
ill vessels pas-ing
tcii-Med ill trans
i al railroad men
and snort haul '!
stale commerce t
the railroads at .i
tuem e lo agitate
heavy lolls on
through the new
ale. I he decision
o' the coinniision will have more far-
reaching results it is declared than
was al lirst supposed. It is known
that the steamship lines will tight
the efforts of the railroads to legit-
ime for tolls niui a royal hatile wall
In- fought out in nmti'i'ss.
One of the interest In i features o1' '
tho coming scrap i.s the fact that (he
roads will take sides. The transcon-
tinental lines wi!l contend that toll-
should he exacted front all ships pass-
ing through the canal while the lines
with gulf ports ami oilier lines run-
ning north and south will cast their
influence on the side of llu- steam
ship companies. It is generallv known
that many of the 'cads with gulf ports
ate already considering the organiza-
tion of steamship lines from Texas
ami other gulf ports to the Pacific.
Thev of course wall cont.-nd Hint no
lolls should he charged for the pa -sage
of hips through the canal.
"I'll is will bring on another scra-i
and the roads running north ami
south will enter Irto a rate war wilh
the transcontinental lines for an equal '
division of the business between the
Pacilic i oast and the interior.
The Deadly Delay.
riiiN-o who put off nsitu" HALL'S
TEXAS WONDER for their Kidneys
nindder anil litieuma'k- trouble make
a deadly delay. If Rives fpiick and
permanent relief. Sold hy all drti--Kists.
Paving Assessment Notice.
Sept. Ill V.'ll.
All persons residing itt I'avlntf Dis-
tricts Nos. s. 10 li TJ. ll nnd
1.1. are hcri-bv notified that all aa-
sessments due and deliiuptent have
been cerlifiile over
I Seal i
No'i a Word of Scindal
marred the call oi a neighbor on Mrs.
W. 1'. Span :. of Manwlle. Wyo. who
said: "She toli me Dr. King's New
I !fe Pills had cured her of obstina e
kidney troub es and made h- r fee!
like a new woman." Knsy but sure
remedy for s'nmach liver am hidney
troubles op!;.- 2.1c at Kinder IJrtiJ
II a y.nitm 'i.an I v. ist up bis mus-
tache just In 'are bidding a girl good
night it isn't likely .sh.-'il be tlisap
Keneuh- thm Honey ;w Flour
4ml Chase Saaborn' cofTe. the
only colTee that alwavs gvet Bat-
itfaetlon. h'eiker. the irocer olt
irent ror bn'ti. 12tf
A man has to feel -oine p'.iie about
his ancestor. even if it's that le
in vi'i- had an) .
results fr ti weak kidneys constipa
ai-cuuir.I.iln ' s in the system. 1 lu-se
1 from thest' it'.aeh and
ition fruiti a tiiick rich
ry matter i tit i theiuus-
.iiowed t- reit'a:ti in this
I -come. Ct.i-liiiitH- the
' cg-in to stitb-ti. and fte-
at t!:e lin
i ; tr.t.-i. Tin "e is i i -1 into
f. t ) ci.aii.-c
panicle of ll
i.e blood ( f t'; ' : '. acid
cause and I'l it I i' TN( V
for them hy
cracker occasion. Fresh
ORDINANCE TO PREVENT PANIC
Houctin Officials Are Determined to
Avert Panic in Theaters
J Illusion Texas Sept. I'l. So dr.ts-th-
in its terms thai it may In- lh"
cause of closing many moving pic-
ture theaters of Houston the city
commissioners have adopted an or-
dinance regulating the matti r of exils
of stK-li theaters). The ordinance was
suggested by ;t recent fire in a. mov-
ing" picture show but in which all
of Hie "HO persons iu the audience
sip (-coiled in leaving the building
wi'hout a suggestion of a panic.
Thf new ordinance demands that
evils six feel in width be placid near
the rear of all moving picture houses
in addition to the evils in the from
of the house also used for entrances.
some of the pi 'lure theaiers in
Houston are located tha. rear -its
are impossible it will mean their
l losing III this eelllli i'l ion the coll'-
:n i.--s i : ii o -rs ilei hut' i' if liett"i- lo
close iii. in all than to invite one
A Mother si'i lion of the onlinaiue
provides that floors of the theater
hal! lie cm a level .villi th" street.
Stfti'i nil from the street ate for-
i icbleti In cans" of the danger iu
pei'sips failing :n milking their wav
t) the .-tl'eel lllll'ilig :i lire.
Dictate theaters having vaudev''!
features iu coiini-i tioa will be coin
pelb'd to build theater buildings it!
line with the city ordinance coverit'
such consM in tion. This ot'iunaMce
(tills fur absolutely fireproof build-
ings. Through the opeiaMon o'" the ordi-
nance many of the Iheateis will b.
cb.s. il. sepci illy among tie- vaitde-
vil!" i omiiiiiatioii houses o! wlih h
it is thought none will siitvive to
lurid the expensive tieMter deman I-
i'l." t.ix of one dollar on everv :
airoip.oM'e in Carter (ounty is now
due and ti.tl-t be paid before the f;f-
'I'l'lllll of the present noil' h to save!
'le'ia'ty. Make pavri.etit or mail check
to me at the Ardnuiielte office and
obtain !( eipt. J. H. SNVDKi:. I
C. G. SPINDLER
TEACHER OF VOICE and
SIGHT SINGING !
STUDIO 205 Broadway. Phone 295 '.
simplest way. As!
name - and the good
take care of itself. Buy
The World's Best Soda Cracker
Then no more soggy stale or exposed
Uneeda Biscuit come
packages that hold
for each soda
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Allalfa re ami a rt.li lino of
garden sei ds. I'ugli I-Vster 11.1
West Main St .t-lm
V man with fad would not hesi-
tate to bore even Hie lc til telling
Him about it.
S if-i 1 1 meeting Ardinore bodge I!.
P. O K. Tuosdav night. Regular order
W. Tf KOSTRrt.
fOlIN K. NICHOLS Sei rotary.
The moro a woman does for her
husband tho bigger prldo ho can tako
!n himself for letting her.
As a leprc-enlative or the Clove"
Ch..b of tiie Delineate!' I can furnish
vent tho Delineator 'or $1 for one
year until November "Ul. Delineator
and Kv erybody's for JI.Im). phone your
oi ler to No. It-l. !
17" I.DITSi: WALL. j
No'hiug startles a girl so n ihil as j
to re kissed by a middle age. 1 man j
except not to be by a young ono. j
HIS TROUBLE j
NOT OF HEART!
I Real Facts In Regard To F. R'
Huffman's Illness. Relief Ob- '
tained By Curing His
Wayncsville.N.C Mr. I'. R. Huffman
of this city says : " ! suffered dreadful!)
with wlt.it I thought was heart trouble
and tried various medicines in vain.
Aflcr olher remedies had failed Thed-1
ford's niack-Draught restored me tc
health. 1 would not feel safe withou'
Black-Draught in the house. I considei
it worth its weight in gold.
It cured my indigestion and by thil
means I was restored to health. I car
not express my graiituJe for its benefits.' i
flood health depends on the condition j
of your digestion. Poor digestion ami
good health do not go together.
The'dford's Pdack-Dr.mght will
thoroughly cleanse and set in order yoin
It has done this for others during the
past 70 years and is today the most
popular vegetable liver remedy on the
market. Try it.
Insist on Thcdford's. Price 23c.
3 72 Entries in
In Premiums if
OCT. 9 TO 14
Miss Jess Johnson
II an houses lots and acreage
to sell. Her dealings are all
"on the square." Clo buy of
her she'll treat you fair. There
is no reason for delay. Just
write for bargains right away.
Office with Putnam Co. 204
Main St. Oklahoma City.
Stop at the
when in KINGSTON OK.
Best Hotel on Frisco K F.
lies a - .Mir cxnressm.m who it ui-
uh'c tu ili'iiwr the sroottj.
A man st'liloni makes a strenuous
rtlot t tu l eeti out of the limt'lis'it.
New .-de- i ut on shoes at the Elec
ri S'j-ie tho!. Opposite postoffice
2 3-1 in
t I.ov i-n't much more fooiisih than
i lots of other things only St shows
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