The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 302, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 24, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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.Ardmore Sunday September 24. 1911
Are Big Hand flour and good
bread. If you employ the first
you are always sure of the sec-
ond. They go together even
when accompanied by only
moderate baking skill. Order
a sack of Big Hand flour from
your grocer. Don't mix it
with other flours. G've the
Big Hand a chance to show
what it can do by itself.
Tyler Simpson Co
$50 TO $125
Buvs a Lot in Oklahoma City
$15 Cash. S7.50 Per Month
K. M. CONWAY Inc.
No. 20 S. Robinson
Oklahoma City. Oklahoma.
C. B. Kendrick. S. M. Davis.
R. E. Smith.
KENDRICK DAVIS & SMITH
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Fraotice iu both Slate and Federal
KAPPLER A MERILLAT
Attorneys At Law
Practlcs before all Courti Congress
-Government Departments. Indian
Case a specialty. Office Bond Bldg.
Washington D. C.
R. A. HEFNER
Third Floor Guaranty Swte Bauk
1RDMR1 .... OKLA.
DR. L. U. BROWN
Duly licensed to practice my pro-
ftmion. Domestic anlinali treated
according to the latest approved
methods. Phone 2S6.
DR. F. W. BOADWAY
Formerly in office with Dr. J. L. Cox
li now occupying offices by himsell
in same ibuilding.
Office Phone 749
Residence Phone 395
W. A. TACKETT
Oflce to Blins-Pennlngton Buildup.
C. A. REEDER
Surveying and Mapping
Prompt attention. Capable work.
Pliona i67 white or address me at
L. J. MYERS
Surveys Plans ami Specifications
Municipal Work a Specialty
Room 21 Noble Building
p. U. Box 233 Ardmore Okla.
CLEANING AND PRESSING
and prompt service
J. J. STOLFA'S.
i ATE NTS Pnduce Fortunes
i Kt.KS iur patent! txK on t aiem (.
"Hint to inventors. "Invention
' M.dl " "W'liv Smp" Inventing fail.'
All sent Free Sicial h.-tsuf iM.-inleKiy-
r". to our own clients. snrt nnin sKetrn or
mmM fr twarch of Patent Otli.e rvi-itnK
I.mmI r.Mtreentative in .li C'i. te- ami Town.
Our Mr. I reeled wh formerly Af'injf Oininii.-
Kiner of Patent arnl a. Mich hrul full rha-- f
l .S Patent Uftice. .liKKI KY & M I M I Kt
Htut Atturoe)! WliiuMu li. t
C. R. STEVENS
Felt and gravel roofing. 20
years experience 18 years in
Ardmore. All work guaranteed.
A large stock of material al-
ways on band. Office with
C. A. Samiuoos Lumber Co.
Do you use the want ads?
Use the want ads.
OUR OLD FRIEND
DONALD GETS HIS
SPOKANE COURT GETS NEXT TO
DONALD FITZGERALD. STREET
SiHl.an Wash. Sept. I'll. 1 (onahl
Fitzgerald giving his eastern address
as Wall street New York who pre-
viously operated in Texas Oklahoma.
Iowa and Oregon w.is found guilty
by a jury in 'he '-rituinal il-irt
lnent of ('.if Spokane county superb.-
court m th' charge ul' obtaining $!.-
OJil from W. H. Heritnue. The enalty
is imprisonment I rum one to foi.r ""ii
years in tin1 slate penitential y. lit-
is at liberty ui bonds of l.nnn pend-
in an appeal to the supreme rout:
lit) has asketl for a now trial.
Tile transaction in which l-'iizgi laid
ran aninck the law was the sab- '
a five acre fruli tract in (iarden Parli
addition which he did Hot own lie
secured Jl.nipi from llcritase who a-
terward recovered the amount i v a
civil judgment Hiid iln-n ilisti'llted
c riminal proceedings.
Fitzgera'd appeared in Spokane
about two ear.s ago after extensive
opeiai'on.--. in Pendleton Ote. during
wliii h lie secured a number of iilnuk-
ct stree' railway franchises under the
name of .limes. Soon after coming to
this city he started the premo! ion of
an electric line from Spokane to Five
Mil- Prairie five miles distant ami
secured options on the lands ol minv
apple growers and ranchers lie rep-
resented himself as a capitalist with
office's in Wall street ami said he
proposed to invent $LTiO.'ti in real
estate. He claimed to hno KiiL'enc
Adams a wealthy New Yorker jn;(e--esteil
in his traction promotions
w hit h he carried on under the name
of tin; Now York and Western Land
company with offices in Spokane.
1'nor lo coming to Spokane Fitz-
gerald operated in Texas and Okla-
homi. lie claimed to l:e connected
with a. syndicate that owned s'reet
railway proH.rties at Denton and Fort
Worth. T"as Aitlnioic and Musko-
gee i ) K 1 a . and Cedar Rapids Iowa.
No a Word of Scandal
marred the rail of a neighbor on Mrs.
W. I Spangh of Manville Wyo. who
said: "She told me Dr. King's New
Life Pills had cared her of obstinate
kidney troubles and made her feel
like a new woman." Kasy but sure
remedy for stomach liver and kidney
I roubles. Only 23c at Ringer Drug
Remember the Honey Uee Flour
and Chase & Sanborn's coffee tbe
only coffee that always gives sat-
isfaction. Feiker the irocer sol
agent for both. 12tf
PILES CUREO AT HOME BY
NEW ABSORPTION METHOD.
I: yu MilTfr rntm lilHt-illiiK. ilt-hlim. I.litnl
it- in-in-titliii l''ilf.s. hfiitl in ytnir tiiltrss-.
iuit I will It'll ytiii liw In i-nr ymirst'ir ul
li'int by tin iih ttlisiiritii lli'iilliii-nl ; hmI
Will lll-HI M'ilil Mlllll' III" lllis llntlll' I fl'lll IIH'lll
fii'' liir Iruil. with ri'liTi'iii-iis rmm ynnr
mi it liii-iilily if rt-iiiilt-il. Irnmi-illiiti' ri
lirf :itnl iTin:unMil i-iiri' iissiiri.. Seinl im
iihiih-. Iml It'll ntliiTs nf iliiv Hi.r ivriic
inI:i ti M:-. M. Smiiiiii'is llm l South
There's No Use
When it comes to storing
household goods etc. You will
find our facilities meet every
requirement. We also haul
goods anywhere. Prompt and
careful attention given to every
Phone 2 and we will do
J. L. WILSON
Transfer & Storage Co.
When in Oklahoma City don t
W. F. GILMER AND T. L. SMITH
Cor. Broadway and Fcnrtb
How many nights has your rest
heen disturbed thin season by the
festive tnosiiuito IKi you really think
that you can afford to lose the energy
required to light these pests when
you should be ixwcfully sleeping?
Your business demands the best that
is iu you and you cannot be fresh
and feel fresh cery morning if you
are compelled lo wage physical war
with mostiiitoe.s every night. .Moral:
Hut a bottle of Mosquito IOtion at
Ardmore okhi. Sep?. 12 1 i 1 1 .
Sperh.l Tax Warrants have been
Issued against the following prop-
erties: Lot ". Il!ok '-'II $::o.7n
s. it. Lot i. p.iock io:; io.t:
I'nlcss pit id within four weeks
from date of puhlicatioTi 2T per cent
penalty will lie added.
OTTO H. UliADFORD.
Acting City Kngineer.
Published September 12. l'.i IT. and
( (i to! per I'.H I.
DSUALLY ONE DOSE
HEARTBURN. GAS. DYSPEPSIA
AND SOURNESS VANISH AND
YOUR STOMACH WILL FEEL
ll your meals don't fit comfortably
or on tee bloated alter eating and
you beiiew- it is t lie- loud which li'.ls
von; if what little von eat lies like a
lump lead n .v0111' stomach; if
there is difficulty ill Irealhing after
eating eructations of sour undigest-
ed food and rcid heartburn brash
or a belching of gas you can make
up your mind that you need some-
thing to stop food fermentation and
To make ev ry bl'e or food yon
.ai aid in tic nourishment and
st l ength of your body you must rid
y.Vf Stomach ol poisons excessive
acid and stomach gas. which sours
your cuiire meal -interferes with di-
gestion and c.misos so many sufferers
of Dyspepsia. Sick Headache Bilious-
news. Constipation ilriing etc. Your
case is no different you are :i .stom
ai ii sufferer though you may call it
iy sum' other name; vour real and
only trouble is that which you eat
does not digest but. quickly ferments
rn. I t-ouis. producing almost any un-
A case of Pape's Diapepsiu will
lost fif.y cents af any Pharmacy
here and will convince uny stomach
sufferer fiv minutes after taking a
single dose that Permentatioii and
Sour Stomach is causing the misery
No matter if you call your trouble
Ca'an-h of the Stonuu-h (Nervousness
or Gastritis or by any other name
always remember that a certain cure
is waiting at any drug store the mo-
ment you decide to begin its use.
Pape's Diapepf.in will regulate any
out-of-order Stomach within five min-
utes and digest promptly without
any fuss or discomfort all or any
kind of food you ea'.
BASE BULL AT
PICKED TEAMS WILL GIVE EXHI-
BITION GAME THIS AFTERNOON
GOOD SPORT PROMISED.
There is et interest iu the great
American game of baseball in the
I city and so insistent have the fans
I been that Captain McAvoy of the lo-
cals decided to gratify them and today
at I.orena Park the ball players of
I the city will try conclusions with a
I licked nine from Oil City and Hewitt.
I No don't get the idea in your head
that because the boys are living far
lroin electric lights that they will be
easy for the locals some of which
have been in organized baseball for
a number of years for such is not
the case. The boys from the country
' have been playing some mighty fast
1 ball all the season and it would not
be surprising in the least to see them
! take thn measure of the local line up
I this afternoon at Ixjrena.
If your chi'd is pale and sickly picks
' at the nose sturts in the sleep ami
grinds t.ie teeth while sleeping it is
1 a su'-e sign of worms. A remedy for
these parasites will lie found in
'WIDTH'S CRFAM YKUMIFTCrK. It
not only clears on the worms but ii
restores healih and cheerfulness.
Price 23c per bottle. Sold by Hoff
mann Drug- Co.
Mrs. Marguerite Row let t teacher of
instrumental music. Ptudio 20 B pt
northwest. Phone 2S2. 17-12
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
ODD FELLOWS TO
CUT OUT SMOKING'
GENERAL A. R. STOCKER IS AP-
POINTED NEW COMMANDER OF
Indianapolis Sept. The itu oil
gruity of a man in the bejewelled
lobes of a high priest smoking a pipe
sr appealed to the Miwreign grand
lodge of Odd Fellows today that It
adopted a rule that in no lodge room
c.i the order should smoking hereaf-
ter be permitted during degree work. 1
With this action and the approval of
the appointment of Ccnerul A. U.
Stocker. mayor of M iamishuig O..
to be commander of the Patriarchs
Militant the supreme tribunal of Odd
Fellowship adjourned to meet iu net
year's convention at Winnipeg.
"I have seen a mail going through
the solemn ritual of the order in
priestly robes with a corn-cob pipe
between bis teeth." said one delegate
'Besides being ridiculous smoking in .
tbe loiUe room Is an extravagance
for the regalia is costly and should
be protei ted." The arand lodge agreed
and the atiti-smoUiug legislation was
j O.-nei-al M. A. Uauey of Mareno. la.
present commander will give nv
.Ian. I. l'.'U to (ieueral Stocker who
will serve until September of next'
.'ear. when the term of Grand Sire'
John H. ('ockrum of Indianapolis who
appointed him expires. A salary of
?::.ruu a year is attached to the of
Sent to Demonstrate the Merits of
Pyramid Pile Cure.
What it Has Done For Others. It Ca i
Do For You.
We have testimonial.- by the bun-
Id. eds showing all stages kinds and
! degrees of piles which have been
cured iby Pyramid Pile Cure.
If you could lead these um-olieiieii
letters you would no doubt go to the
nearest drug store a:id buy a box of
Pyramid pile Cure at once price fift y
We do not ask you to do this
Send us jom name and address and
we will send you a sample by mail
We know what the trial package
will do. In many cases it has cured
piles without further treatment. If I'
proves its vilttt to you order moie
from your druggist at TiOc a box.
This is fair is it not'.' Simply fill
out free oiixn below and maii to
FREE PACKAGE COUPON.
Fill out the blank lines below
with your name and address cut
out coupon und mail to the PYRA-
MID DRL'Cr COMPANY. 134 Pyra-
mid ISldg Marshall. Mich. A sam-
ple of the great Pyramid Pile Cure
will then he sent you at once by
mail FRF.R in plain wrapper.
Citv and Stat.
FOR SA1.K-- A live-passenger four
ylinder Automobile equipped with
wind fchield Presto-lite gas tank two
extra tires nil tires good and car is
ii best of condition will sell cheap.
DON'T let this opportunity pas See
D. A. DICKAItD.
Notice for Publication.
State of Oklahoma Carter County.
In the District Court.
D. A. Similiter Pl.iivti-f. vs P F.
S-ltnpter. Defendant No. 117;.
Said defendant P. F. Sampler wi.
take notice that he has been sued
in the above named coutt for divorce
and must answer tho m-tition liied
therein by said plaintiff on or be-
fore the 2."itn day of October A. I).
V.ill or said petition wi 1 be taken
as true and a judgment T-r said
plaintiff i:i said action for divorce
will be rendered accordingly.
Dated this '-th day of S-;'e:iibei .
V.KOW-S & P.ilOWN.
Attorneys for Pin' :i tiff
Attest: S F HAYNTT-"
I ?ea I
i:: 2'i-27 I
Alfalfi. rye and a rvl Un of
garden seed- l.'us'i i F.sV". t'.J
West Maia Sj 2 -lai
What are you cttin out of your surplus money stock
investments time deposits etc
The Peoples Building and Loan Association has never
paid less than an eiijht per cent semi-annual dividend.
Vour money is in first niortvjae Ardmore property.
We have to report to the State Banking Department
we are a mutual institution. We pay no salaries. Kvery
dollar you put in stock is yours and every cent your dollar
saves vou et.
You can invest Si.oo or more each month or you can buy
paid up stock. Investigate
The Peoples Building and Loan Association
OVER 1.500 PRESENT-TWENTY
PROFESSIONS FRIDAY NIGHT j
The following Is part of a sermon
p. cached the other night liasing his
remarks upon 1st Kinus 2l:2U-2..
Ahab said unto Kujah "11 ant thou
found me o mine enemy." And he
answered "1 have found thee." Aha!)
coveted Naboth's vineyard; and he
tried to make a trade with Naboth
i- 1.... .. u'ii.i'.1 trnut und
an inheritance and Nahoth valued lis
vineyard very much and he wouldn't
sell it or trade it and Ahab was mad
at Naboth because lie wouldn't let
hime have the viiiyeard. And Jezebel
Ahah's wife found out the trouble and
haid. "I will tlx It; and she forged
the king's name to letters and had
Naboth arrested and stoned to death.
So God sent Klijah to speak to this
wicked king and the prophet came
ul on Ahab when he wasn't lookiiij
lor him. and Ahab said to Klijah
Hast thou found me O mine ene
I.IIOU lOIUMl liir w i ...
in V." And F.lljah sum "i nave ioium . -
i I... uii iiics.-lf 1 vou have your eyes sunt. He was
I bee because thou hist soul ttivsen ."
. . .. i -itr-iiil of the sight of 1 .ii ruts and
to work ev il in the siglit of the Ixird. i .'train oi in. sismoi i
1 want to tell you that God's word tells 1lt '''''"
ns that our sins will find us out and "
I want to tell you that they will find We realized that there were many
us out at the wrong time and in the! who desired to be served with a
wrong place when you are not looking quick lunch at the noon hour. An-
: for it. Thou hast sold thvself to wor'i Jtlcipating that the demand would
evil iu tbe sight of the Lord: if you sooner or later meet with a response
have your enemy will find you out.1 we decided to add that department to
I want you to notice first what a man our establishment and now as well
sells. He firsj sells all good desires aa serving the finest and purest soda
and all C1 wan's in him: ho soils fount decoctions ever 'et before a
himself to -work evil in the sixlit of customer we have a lunch lo ofler
i the Lord. I want to tell you ono sec- (nai is satUfying and served in a
I ond thing about evil. F.vil 'never mL)si iuviiing manner. Next time yon
' sees anything that is good. When (Purn town at the noon hour si
I Cod permitted .lob to be touched with your lunch ut
I adversity and his .substance and earth RIVC.HR'S.
j ly valuables removed and everything
1 gone he still praised Cod and the de- J yne Revival Meeting.
vil said then "If you vviil touch hi- Monday the men inii't at (i.i.shain's
! bod.v . he will curse you. and Cod said I 'iting Parlor ii: " p. m. Leader
You can touch his bod.v but you can-jw a Smith.
; not touch his soul." Dut Job still j Young ladies meet at p. m. a'
' piaised the Lord. I am glad the Lord;; ipoad vay Method'sl church. Lead-
I still looks aDer His children. Andj Miss stcoU.
though the devil is still after us. there I )nlycr meetings as announced
U a chain on him. j au 0f the eight districts will meet
Tbe devil never sees any good inla h(? lour
'anybody: he never sees any good in J
the Christian and he alwavs makes; Your Opportunity.
excuses for himself and he its a tlnei
: Slid thinks everybody else Is a thief j
and he can never see any good in any-
A man can be converted and com-
mence living a different life and etui
f? don the street and tell the pec-
pie he has -iven his heart to Cod and
a dozen people will sav 'lib. well: I
guess he is gcttiit ready lo die." or
i guess be is in some k. ml o. iron
ii.e or lie is nroie nnanciau; 01
! something of that kind.
They can t see any good ill anybody.
The devil makes people that wav. The
devil never gives anybody any good
motive for doing anv thing good but
he always II .ids some selfish motive
tor it. I remember while holding a
meeting one time I was told there was
a man who had two boys that died
with del.rTum tremens and a third
1 one while in delierluni. drank carbolic
I arid. That man. there ill the funeral
1 tit r vice got up and sa d. ' I don't want
2u2 West Main Street. Telephone
you to make any prohibit ion speech"
when whiskey had ruined his three
boys. He could not see any good in
an.v work of that kiud.
Some folks don't want to see any-
thing. -;v cry once iu awniie i iie.u
Adair has ipiil work and gone to
preaching so he 011UI muko more
money 1 reachin-." Wuy nobody but
an idiot would i":u.e that kind of a
statement because. 1 hud a prepy
good job while working and I never
had made a public speech iu Illy life
and 1 had no education aud a man
would bo a fool to quit something he
kacvv something about aud go into
something he knew nothing about.
I!ut there ure always some peopl"
who will judge ou wrong and give
- " " ''"! mot v.
slum' to ks i on want to see an;
good ill anything even it it iu there.
Some of these wooden-headed mon-
keys can't see anything and you can't
talk to them for they don't want to
see anything and they keep their eves
shut just like the fellow that mad
a bet with another fellow that he
could show hint rum rats in a. fniniite.
The fellow look the bet and the other
fellow took him down to the barn and
began stirring and the second fellow
stood and shouted show me the rats
1:11111 i m first fe ow said. ml fool
It vou desire to make a good invest-
ment buy a home and pay for it the
same a rent or borrow money at a
low rale of interest on the easy pay-
back plan for any purpose it will pay
vou to either call or write us t he
amount you would like to borrow and
we will show yon bow easy it is for
von to obtain the same. Oklahoma.
I (.()im1 lnw.(.tment ('() nur.-lT State
;ank 1;ui!irnK ok'ahoina Citv
A Cash Offer
The Weekly Ardmorelte bas made
a special clubbing rate w ith The Mem-
phis "Weekly Commercial Appeal by
wkieh we will furnish both papers for
one year tor the sura of $1.25. Th
Commercial Appeal l ont of the larg
eet and best papers in the south and
we hope to receive many new sub-
scriptions oa tbU offer; 11.23 casa for
What are you limping about the
streets for.' Got a corn'.' Well yo'.l
: don't de.si-nc sympathy all that you
have to do is lo step into Ringer's
Drug Store and purchase a bottle of
Ringer's Com Remover and your
troubles will vanish. This will takt.
! a corn off the foot of a graven imaga
i and so gent'e Is its action that the
paticr.t will never know just what
: hour the corn decided to sever itself
i from the ivst of his or her anatomy.
New soles put ' snoes at the Elec-
irie Shoe Sho'. . ..iposlfe postoffice.
The Wahl Adding &
ment of the Remington
is true to its name. It adds and It
subtracts. It does either with equal
facility. And by making subtraction
practical It makes the adding ma-
chine itself more practical than it
has ever been before.
Choice Alfalfa Land
so acre farm. 40 in culti-
vation -10 in timber many
tine native pecans Caddo
bottom land 4 miles from
Ardmore close to a good
school very desirable and
very cheap at $1400 cash.
Also 9-room home with two
10-foot halls bath barn ser-
vant's house all complete and
one block of land on Hargrove
Heights is offered for sale at a
very reasonable price. See the
DH. J. M. GROSS
CITY DRUG STORE
Full line Medicines and Fro-
prietary Remedies. Faints Oil
and Class. Courteous treat-
ment reasonable prices.
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
A fine registered Jersey Bull
will make the season at my barn
E and 7th Avenue S. E. Phone
1S9 Red. K. W. Rogers.
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