The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 318, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 12, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Arcmore Thur&day Octcher 12 1911
PACE TWO 'ii - --
Tli it have groat medicinal potter
in lli- ir highest " illi i' ii. y. f"r
purifying : i i 1 Clinching the blond. ;iH
ihi y'iii T i (unbilled In Hood's H;usa-
.)n ;(!( test Imonials received by actual
cum in two years. 15c sure to t;k
C I it todav In usual Ihiuid form or
inundated tablets called Sarsatabs.
REPRESENTATIVES WILL LAUNCH
NATIONAL ORGANIZATION DE-
VOTED TO THEIR INTERESTS.
Columbus ( hio ) I. 1 -. Indians
loprcHe native of more than a hundred j
tribes assembled a: the I 'ni versity el
Ohio today for Hie pal-pone of formal-
I;. launching a national organization
i; voted to tfle interests of tile red !
skins. The delegates clad in ierfectly j
tailored cothing and carefully groom-
cd. hore little resemblance ! the j
scaly-lifting sat ages described in
dime thrillers" and their language
and ibtport incut proved to 1k mythical
ilie ott -repeated allegation that the
hidiaii is incapable of civiliai ion.
At Hie assembly hall of tin univer-
sity the visitors were welcomed by
r presentatives of the city the llliivei-
sity Hie Order of Red Men and v a I'-
ll im other bodies.
The American Indian Association
as the organization will probably be
ailed. Includes anion1; its founders
many of the prominent Indians in
public life including several senators
and representatives. The executive
committee includes the following:
John M. Oskinson associate editor
of Collier's Weekly; Charles K. Pnga-
nett. Laura M. Cornelius A. P.. of Co-
lumbia. 1'iiiversity; .Mrs. Rosa H. l.e
I'lesclie Charles A. Kaslmnn the well
known Indian Author who represent-
ed the American Indian at Ihe receiU
Universal Race Con Kress in London; j
William Haslett; Pr. Carlos Monte.u-1
... . .. I
ma ol I lie Apaeuo iriue a i nii .i.n
physician; Henry Standing Hear and
These educated and successful Jn
lian-; are agreed that the 'present is
the niont critical time in the history
of the race. The 1 ndiali follow ing his
subjugation by the paleface became
a ward of Cncle Sain ami was isolated j
a reservation with every need ol'
!...-.:... i -el... i.
T.l'l'illi:!! 1I1IIIIII. 11" Il'Illlllt'll. I 111- 111
iliau sc hools i'lime later and wit 11 1 lif
education of the voung Indians the
governtne-nt olluials conceived t
idea of converting their wards into;
itizens. At present Ihe voung Indian '
.i- a well educated as the average
young vv bite man. On t he ot her hand '
the reservation oilers little opport un-
itv lor the use ol that education say
the Indian leaders. ;
That the young Indian if he would
survive must inaue a place tor nun-
self with thi' white man is the opinion
of Indians who have given much study
to Ihe srjbject.
This gathering of the triluv; of Hi-
red men in council 10 prepare for a
warfare of peace and solf-compiest in
ttnaccompanii'd by the rattle of the
tom-tom final the frenzy of the war
oances of the old time martial povv-'
wows. Hut the leaders declare that;
never did their forefathers take to t lii ;
warpath against the : aleface of bos- '
tiie tribes wilh more grim ileteriirna-i
tion to win binds and people than I
posse.-sos their sons to win lust rank
in the professions trades and indus-
tries and till the right of nierican :
Kv en a st rong minde
'o exactly what the
.tse wa n ;: h m to do.
I man is apt
woman iu the
"Simple Remedy from My Druggist
Removed Them" Says Society
k 1 11 ?M'cia!ists told n:e
wo'.ild remote my f i(( k-
les and that
my grave" s;
1 would carry them to
aid a well known society
I fooled them all with a
l.rtv drag oilrno doitblo st length. ' '
e.a I noun 1! at mv 1 niL'tis D w nc 1
i ieaio my skin and
The action of oihitio is really
markable for when applied at nigh. 'of a kick of nmfobnee in the svstem
many of the Heckles disappear en-: "A gel banking system 1111. m lie? -i
lirely by morning and the rest liateMo btir.g about general prospet ity .
begun to fade. An ounce is usually i; must help all sections and all
all that is needed etcn for the worst class s. While a g.xel taritf law.
case. i whether for rewnuo or protection.
Me sure to ask your druggist for the' must of necessity be :-f 11101 e lenefir
tumble strength oihine as this is sold j 10 some than to other.- and i-eiiiap'
under a guarantee of money back if an injury to a k-tv a goo-i bi'iiking
it fail- to remove the frecklee. I would undoubtoJlv 1 e hurt and ('.
MONEf PANICS "A NATIONAL DIS -
Cr ATE A MOP AL WRONG AND
CRHVE AGAINST THE PEOPLE."
PUT S10P TO MONEY PANICS
1 John V. Farwell of Chicago Tells
! Bankers Th?t Business Men and
W.-ge Earners Demand Currency
I Refoim Urges Co-operation.
Sprtngticldyili. o.-t 1 1. "Tin continuum-"
of plescnt financial eondi-
. i t ions w ithoitt an
a i nest effort to
i han-je them
is r.ot only a national
a n oral wroii ami a
he people" saiil Joini
ill. ;xnce but
V I'lirwell the Chic;ii;o iiKrchan' in
; .-pe ch tliis evening Ik I'ok the II
linoi.x Sti'te linnkers' invention.
Mr Parwell as president of ihe
National Citizens' League lot- the Pro-
motion of a Sound Hanking System
told the bankets that lutFincsH men
i. id w u-e-earm is wanted legislation
that would 'p money panics.
"Piniis will Miindy ionic as long
as we haw an unsound banking s;--t?
leu. The Aniericait people won'
even loci the door after the horo
is Htoleli but iiroceed cheerl'ully to
liiiv anolhi'i' horse and leave the door
"While we do not refuse 'he co-
operation of bankers wo are (special-
ly in crested in organizing the bus-
iness men and men of till occupa-
tions whether tanners mechanics
or daily laboreiv. II is their prob-
lem and it Is their opinion and
their vote thai will rettlo the ;iu s-
tion. " v e must Lave a sstem which
will work under nil strains wlthoi't
any fiicti'm and we must have one
whi"h stands out so strongly and
objectively before the mind of every
I every depositor that ho
I can !!; more ooum me siainin
the system than lie could doubt the
i . : i : . . . . '
selwney of the '.-omliiMed b-isinc.-s
of the vvibl. It must also be tree
1 1 mi eidil ii s.
"As a. league vw do not
j in a central bank doing
.hanking business like 1 le
I ta uk of
I'agland. but vw do
believe 'il whai
be called a National '.es.'iV''
.. i w1 1 ... I sun in:'ll.iiH'il so
l V I ' 1 I . I IP Ml"ll( 1 .... .
;i s to repieseiii uie m'""" "'
lit ;md the soun.l coiumon sense id!
t it is naUoii.
-wv a-1 1 reniemlier the ectemcir.
msed by Ilie anuouiu 1 uienl 111 V.n'i
d. .w i ilk and o'her re.-ere
jt v banks would mi Hie following
y.onday issue chain
nans. That expel iei.ee piowl "'a1- .ph menl. Ihiough no fault of j
v. must haw during panic I ''""ls- heir own and find they cannot ob- j
no. clearing house certificates b-.a ''.; M essil ies of life. Members'
v .. !Me during panic nods.
0 tearing house ( t'i tilicales b-.a ;
. isi ol the same ImIIii 01
rgi r issue oi me .-... 1
i ii.t.t-s th.'t are regularlv outstanding pno !in( ; sol v-PR
land a svsttm of ere .lit that can j( iirrj .... .. trouble from which'
auapt itsell without apparent violence ;j( t.xW yetu s to emerge. !
;..f ell'ort to meet the new conditions ! ..j i . ot rhi(. 1iMl will
t Mici Mines under a good sv f ( l;m- times the real good that the'
lorn of co ope 11 1 leal banks 1 ould g" ( iiaritaide oiganizat ioi..- in tiie (--.un- !
011 i.iakiiic. loans uiid iti'etedly at high try ean do towards relieving tnue'i !
rates but -Mireiv at lower rates thaui- j distress oce;i-;oned bv Rin-ii I
it is possi de utii.c- our 'in sent !:i''k yAVl ci work of c hatvab ci of-j
of svsteni ;aid merchants could gel ! nani.-at '.mis simply alleviates to aj
the acctmimcdation that they neeile..' sn-all degree the eflect ol tiie tfou
and that their balances deserted. 'hie: a sound banking system wonM
"Ciitlnii or gram would lounnue to i() ;l hu-je degree remove cue of the
move tiei ause l In fl w of ( urrem y U r:M1Ses. 1
and credit though sligl.tlv reiarded. 1 The continuance of pre"n' condi-
is not stopped im'i ehiiiidise w oil II j 1 1. is without an earnest eft rl t"
be .Mii.gi.' and .' hipped an. I sold all ! ( han-e them ix not only a national j
because order has be -ii prodtn cd o " j (lisgr o e. but rlso . mor..l wrong j
ot the chaos whic lialway has here- and a crime ag.on-t the peotd . Ot!i-.
toleie gone wit!; overtrading and a ! er coutitries recognie it. even if
few impoitant bank failuies no are (en-selves not t.live 10 the
"It will put . however be useful : fi(i t. ;
euiv ill panics or 10 prevent pan' s. j
li.it will produce the exnansion
I ivnttactioti if ( !'
i net ess.ary for the
the cnps. Inteiest
( u ;-cnc;.
yean v mot nig
rates will not
ia vv Tv s ix high in
ihe fall and low
'he .aiing high in the western st.'ie-t
1 an I 'ow in tiie east but will be in
' .1 me.is'ii'-. eipiali.ed f ar all soasifn
i and loi . Hit ies
'Iron- this it is o'uvi.ius that tiie
Naiiiual Reserve Agemy is not
jic'itial bank b'tt sim; iy :i iooperat-
'' owned :n:
hme tor 11 nd 1 .n-T
n aiu i: ihui .mh-io
of all banks ar.d. also t nroug'i 1
I concent ra
if i'ie res. rvrs. a .lead -1
atnst any 1 ess'iiili;.
law can only injure one class of -poo-
bears on Wall Street. Their business
jtanii bargain counter would to a
would lindoiibLedly lie hurt and h'c
large extent le put out of tomiuis
sion but t ho r'st of tin- confiuuiii! v j
would not h"d many tears over sm Si j
mi1-!'')! I lilies.
I "l hate hoard t'ror.i .mo m;;p -
: "' rb iol.-tm Unit ' a. cj-opera1 i v t j
agency would in tome way in-; under j
1 iho'oi'.trol of t in.' larger metroi cd:t i!i
banking in I pry Ms and that the i ail j
; country hanks would bo injured
The League will vol
OIK li I"
suggestions fn in an; one which a!-
solulely prevent such an ag.- ;i'-y I 0111
getting into tin hand:; of. any section
or j las.- and at tin- same time l ' ( ;
it clear of political influence.
"As K the input to the fcnitiPer j
banks I fail to see how such a thin -4
Is possible. No-t they no to th-dl' cor-
respondent in t'le reserve ci'ies for
re-discounts. With a jointly ov nod
agency to i-e-dis omit tl.eif p.i)"r liiey Sharp as security on a loan for that
would !:ave ore more iiititu!i-ia io ' amount.
go to tinil that an organization in Other assets are small blocks of
which thov had a uoveruia; inte-est j stock in the Tuiea Cottage and Hotel
and white by provision of t he w J company at Monte N Ark. the Tulsa
nil would haw t() be treated alike j County f'Vili and the Tulsa amuse-
"T!i.5 favors actual sale of coeds j nie-at coir.pany. With the assets is
raibev than siifula-ion on Wall St i oof. given an iiisuraii policy for $2.Mhi
o'- elsewlH'ie and also helps ill
smaller towns iK-eause iiaiiKS in
larger centers are apt. to have a j notes '-iven by Hoeser to the Oklaho-
much lirger pt crfoii of bonds and I ' Trust company tdefunct) for $T-
. .. ..: ... II... u l..l
ieB ennMi.ei'. ial i.aiier than !ie banks
iu smaller coinniuritk". It would rio-
cenlraliz.e control of credit and :''
io each section of the country its
just proportion of tiedit facilities
Nothing else would be allowed s'li -c
publicity would p''ewat it.
"To my mind it co.tali.ly assists
the country liatilvs tnoiv t'uan it does
the iuen-pdit in banks. In th.it way
it ic'Ms up the cmlry town and
by nreso: ving 'l.e indepel den'-" of
the farmers and sfnall inerclt.iii' s
In lps to serin e tbe ii 'i m .v nee 'if
"Times are none too good at
ent for the average business
and many a person is out of :
because of curlaUnn'iit in his
1'nder Knell civcuiiisl uncos H
j seem as t'tough the voters
I Ihroitvh them eonsress could
brmght to midorstaiul lliat ttolhim.'
:s so fut damcntafiv' necessary to pre
dine cerlain and unbro'un prop 't'l'ty
as a good banking system.
'-.No voter can possibly obiect if
our ropiesental ives have - atficb'ii'
foresight intclligeiise ni:d courage to
giv e the country Ibis kind ot fn e-
dotn of Hade which will t"ke lown
the b-.nteia against foreign marl'ots.
ami this kind ef 'protect ion' which
must protect wryhody and about
i which Micie should be no consider!
"Iii v times (if pinbt most solvent
iikt. hauls bankers and fanners go
on wit'i very- little change in their
mode nf living excepting perhaps
the 1 utting off of a few laxuries
but the burden falls he;.vi'v en t lie
wo 1 kin- i l.tsse-- who aro thrown out
of the latum- Peconie a: iiicy gei
iHu American p -oph
will always respond i a nrial is-;
su- one Jliii ii llioronghly arouses
the snirit of working tor Ihe i-enoval ;
good instead of for se'tish iireresi. ;
All lix ir hostoiy shows it. Win 11 they I
fully lmlerstai'd this ipiestion and!
all the meat lH'iu lils that '.nest -ouie j
to till classes and cr.jn ia'lv to the'
wage earners by the adontio.i of a!
sound banking- stste'ii. tiny .Minot!
fail to repeat bistort k show tlieir'
public s ii t and to do their part in j
this important work. I believe it to loj
a work of highest patriotism and a- j
sin u win can lonu no- c.-iim.u
rgv and t.me ot I in lei jieopie ci
V'hen you have a bad cold yon
want the best medicine obtainable so
as to cure it with as little delay as
possible Here is a druggist's opin-
ion: "I Into sold Chamberlain's
Cough Renndf for fifteen years."
says linos Lollar of Saratoga Ind
"and consider it the best on the mar-
kt." For sale by nil deale.s.
TULSA HIGH FLYER
NOW IN BANKRUPTCY
REGARDED AS -A MILLIONAIRE OIL
MAN LAVISH SPENDER FILES
Mu.-kogoo. Okla.. Oct. 11 W. H.
i Iloeser a Tulsa oil man heretofore
ib ! regarded as a millionaire and who
cleaned up half a million dollars when
the (Penn Oil pool was brought. '.: ;s
a bankrupt and recently confessed
bankruptcy by filing a petit ion of vol-
untary bankruptcy in the Unite 1
States court at Muskogee.
Iloeser tiled a schedule giving his
liabilities at. $:'ii.l'"l.":! and his assets
at $' 17.". Thirty thousand dollars
ol' the assets is rdock in t ho defunct
oklaiionia Trust company of Muskogee
and the stock is hems held by .1. K.
borrowi'd up to the full ainoiinL
' "es gnen iu in.- .m.iii... ...t..n
of Muskogee also a ihduiict corpora-
tion aggregating Slu.Ollii and notes-
given by Iloeser to the Central Nat-
ional Hank of Kartlesville another de-
funct institution formerly controlled
by W. L. Norton "for $1Suiio.
Iloeser was a "plunger" and spent
money with a lavish hand. After he
struck It rich in the oil fields he
bought the finest house in the town of
'I ulsa and spent $sntMM remodeling
and fitting it up. liluegrass od for
his lawn he shipped from Kentucky
heavy iron lighting posts he had Pent
from Pittsburg by express. Paring
one season he and his family wont to
Canada to spend the summer and he
had his five automobiles shipped there
in a special. During some auto races
iu Tulsa ho ordered a $l."nO racing
carjiy wire and had it shipped by' ex-
press. He entered the race and was
beaten bv an inferior ear. Ste-i ping
from his racer after defeat-he sold it
lie was a fine mixer and was known
al' over the Oklahoma oil district. In
! some sections he had been dubbed the
! "Heath Vallev Scott of Oklahoma."
Gives Aid to Strikers.
Sometimes liver kidneys and bow-
els seem to go on a strike and refuse
to work right. Then you need those
pleasant little Ktrike-breakers Pr.
K.ng's New Life Pills to give thom-4
natural aid and gently compel prop-
er action. Kxcolleiit liealih soon fol-
lows. Try them. "."c at ail Pruggists.
Mo ware of the talking machine that
talks machine politics.
Tired Aching. Swollen Smelly Sweaty
Feet? Corns Callouses or Bunions?
Use TIZ.. It's Sure Quick
You Will Enjoy Using TIZ. The Most I
Pleasant Remedy You Ever Tried
and Moreover it Works.
At last here is instant relief and a
lasting permanent remedy for sore
feet. No 11101 e tir-.-d feel. No more
aching feet. No more swollen bad
smelling sweaty feet. No more coins.
No more bunions. No more callouses.
no matter what ails your feet or what !
under the sun you've tried without
getting relief just use TIZ. ;
TIZ is totally unlike anything else
for the purpose you ever heard of. j
It's the only foot remedy ever made;
which acts on the irinciple of drawing
out all the poisonous exudations which
cause sore feet. Powders and other!
remedies merely clog up the pores. '
TIZ cleanses them out and keeps them t
clean. It works right off. You win
feel better the very first time its used.
I'se it a week and yon can forget' you
ever had sore feet. There is nothing
on earth that can compare with it. TIZ1
is for sal" at all druggists 23 cents'
per Ikix or direct if you wish from!
Walter Luther Dodge & Co. Chicago.
Use the want ads.
THE National Cash Register turns
one man into three.
It enables a single merchant to do three
important things to sell his goods keep
his books and keep track of his cash.
It's an investment not an expense. It
actually pays for itself out of the leaks
that it stops.
It reduces losses and thus enables the
dealer to sell his goods at normal profits.
It protects him against error protects
the customer and the clerk in case of
Buy from a store with a National Cash
It's run on system and can always give
you "money's worth."
R. C. COPE Sales Agent
For National Cash Registers
112 N. First Street McAlester Okla.
Names of Subscribers to "Eig Wagon
The Kxeoutive Committee -C.
K. Kinger chairman of Hinger
Y. H. ICagle peenn merchant.
W. W. Lewis of Stevens Kennerly
W. J. Lane grocer.
X. If. McCoy set retary-trcasurer of
Ardmore Commercial Club.
Other .S'tibserilters' please phono the
secretary No. Ttia.
i.V.inirs of original subscrllers:
Ardmoreite Pub. Co.. Morning Star
Ardmore Statesman W. K. Hitrnitt
J. W. Porrah Ringer Drug Co.
New S'ale Hardvvaro & Harness Co.
j Rock Island and Frisco R. 11. J. J.
I Stolfa Ilyden X- Adams Randol II 1-
! te by Captain ll itchett T. N. Cole-
! man. Push .t Foster. Leeds Wojien
Mills J. W. JO-ueger W. A. Tackott
1 J. K. Hamilton Ilofttnann Drug Co.
' P. !'. Allen. Stevens Kennerly &
& Spragins Co. W. W. Lewis West-
ern Pharmacy If. K. Fositr P.urld
Hoard Amelia Hunter Wr. J. Lane
Adams Pros. F. J. Ramsey West's
Dairy W. P. F.agle Sil & Jo Rcs-
taiirant Frank l''iryiiiil City Drug
Store j. A. CI.uk W. F. Warieii
Chin Hoon I!. F. Wymure I'enning-
ton Ctocery Co. ''Diamond A"' lee
Cream Co. A. A. Solomon Coleman
Mios. irmly & Prady S. 10. Priddy
P.. S. W 'hitehurst Post Drug Co. fi.
Shuniau J. W. Pavis Frensky
P.ros. f.utnber Co. .1. Matt Moore
Sons People's Mercantile Co. d.
A. Kanisev A. C. Young Hoffmann
& Woods' Ceo. Kvans Cold Storage
ft Meat Market Tarter .vi Porrah C.
Fraley C. P. YanPenberg R. Low-
ens!e;n C'o First National Bank
Ardmore National Lank Ardmore
State Rank Guaranty State F.ank
Ardmore Oil it Milling Co. Madden
AI- Co. Ard'iioro Cin Co. .1. M. .Tones'
gin. C. V'. Jones' gin. Livens Corhn
it- Fionsley Tyler & Simpson Love
K- Thurmond Hudson-Houston Ltini-
be'- Co Ardmore Milling Co. R. M.
Pillat d Wostheiimr & Paube M !!.
Luke Tho Fair A. C. Holman. O.
M ; Redfiold Y. If. Lynn A.
K. Rest T. K. Kearney.
Read the want ads.
it one io which the merchant
M himnelf has implicit faith
n else he would not advertise it.
fl Yon are safe in patronizing the
II merchants whose ads appear
4 in this paper because their
foods are up-to-date an4 never
Notice of Sale of Personal Prop-
erty Under Tax Warrant.
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of a tax warrant issued by the
county treasurer of Carter county.
State of Oklahoma on the 4th day of
October A. D. 1911 commanding me
to levy on the goods and chattels of
the Adrien Hotel the amount of forty-
five and 8.V1H0 dollars the same vi
ing the amount of" taxes assess-d
against said Adrien Hotel and the
owners thereof for the year 1!H0 to-
gether with the penalty and cot-ts I
have levied upon certain gceds and
chattels situate in and belonging to
the Adrien Hotel and the owner there-
of to wit:
Pining room floor covering 1 side-
board sixty dishes 5 taeles and table
covers L'O knives 20 forks lib spoons
4 water bottle I kitchen range and
cooking vessels 1 writing table S
chairs 1 counter 1 show case one
clock 1 parlor rug 1 piano 1 Daven-
port or couch l floor covering second
floor 9 bedsteads f mattresses 12
sheets IS pillow cases 18 i illows S
diessers G wahstands six 'pitchers
and six wash bowls S bedsteads S
mattresses 16 sheets 12 pillows V
pillow cases floor covering of 17
rooms floor covering ot office 2"
chairs (j rocking chairs all of said
property being situated in a certain
brick hmding on R street northwest
in the city of Ardmore Carter County
Now therefore notice ?s hereby
given that in pursuance of said ctm-
minds of said tax warrant I will offer
for sale and sell to the highest bidder
for cash in hand the goods and chat-
tels hereinbefore described and levied
upon or so much thereof as may be
necessary to pay and satisfy said sum
of forty-five and Sa-100 dollars taxes
and penalty and cost due thereon and
costs of sale on th 19th day of Oct-
ober A. P. 1911 between the hours
of one o'clock and three o'clock p. in.
of said day at the front door of eaid
Adrien Hotel in the City of Ardmore.
Carter county Oklahoma.
Witness my hand this 7th day ol"
October A. D. 1911.
Sheriff of Carter County Oklahoma
By T. E. CIIOATE. Deputy. 8-P't
A Cash Offer
The Weekly Ardmorelte has made
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Commercial Appeal ia one of the larg-
est and best papers In the south and
we hope to receive many new sub-
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