The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 53, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 6, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday Dec. 6 1911.
THE DAILY ARDMORElTf
Ask Your Doctor
It is impossible to be well simply impossible if the bowels are
constipated. Waste products poisonous substances must be
removed from the body at least once each day or there will be
trouble. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Pills gently laxative all
vegetable. He knows why they act directly on the liver. ULn""-
:U:M The King Gas Heater
The City Drug Store
came to Ardmore to s:i" and we desire :o aJvlfe our many old
patrons in Carter county aai Arlmora. we waat to supply your
every want la our line
We have a good stock of Drug3 Pa'.nu Oils Wladow Glass
Wall Papers Books Magazines Druggist's Sundries and Holiday
Goods now oa display; PeanaaW. Pillows Ladies' Scissors Per-
fumes Toilet Water. Powder3 Combs Brushes etc. and we solicit
your inspection. 1 1. 1 1 i
Smokers don't fall to sea our line of Pipes aad Cigirs. Last
of all a real live alienor ia slow window.
Yours for success.
THE CITY DRUG STORE
No Use Arguing
When It comes to storing
houshold goods etc. Yon will
find our facilities meet every
requirement W also haul
goods anywhere. Prompt and
careful attention given tooverr
Phone 73 and wa will do
J. L. WILSON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
A Fireless Room
These chilly mornings invite
grip that will cause suffering
and loss of time all winter.
A DETROIT JEWEL
should be in your room. They
come in grades from the S3
stove to the handsome Parlor
We set up and connect these
Heaters in your home.
They combine Beauty Ccm-
fort and Eoonomy in fuel.
NEW STATE HARDWARE
AND HARNESS COMPANY
W. W. CLEMENS Manager.
2i Is Your Gas
saves one-nan your gas
and it's handsome
enough for any parlor.
Gas Stoves from
$3.50 to $12.50
FOR SALE BY
HOFFMAN & WOOD
Plumbers and Gas Fitters
mm SHEET METAL WORKS
.sua-MJjrs to W. A. Pride
Attorneys At Law
tactics before all Courts Congress
3ovirament Desartmenu. India
Cases a specialty. Office Bond Bids.
Washington. D. C.
H. B. HARTS
ATTORNEY AT IAW.
Room 2. Noble Bids. Phone 700.
R. A. HEFNER
TkJrt floor Guaranty 8tats Baal
1RDMOR1 .... OKLA
W. A. TACKETT
Otic la 8!ms-Pennlngtoa Bulldlai
L. J. MYERS
Surveys Plans and Specifications
Municipal Work a Specialty
! Room 21. Noble Building.
! t. 0. Box 231 Ardmore Okla.
$50 TO $125
Buys a Lot in Oklahoma City
$13 Cash. S7.SO Per Month
R. M. CONWAY. Inc.
So. 20 N. Robinson
Special Sale !
On Blue Serge Suits Ten
Days Only 518 and $20
8 MEN OF AFFAIRS.
Oklahoma City Dec. fi. Presiden-
tial stock is low in the local Okla-
homa City market. Champ Clark
caused his flurry ami Clark buttons
were numerous a few weeks ago.
Then the flurry pu.ssed. That'
about all there is to it just now.
Wilson of course has I11.4 ml'nlrers
hut they are not howling lor him.
.nidge Harmon has his and really
Harmon's admirers are doing more
missionary work than any. They
are talking him up as a tried man.
not a theorist; a ractiral useful
jurist and aide in every manner and
speak very convincingly of his can-
didacy being along the lines of the
"eternal fitness of tilings." I'nder-
wood has some admirers and they
claim that a Southern president
could be elected if I'ndcrwooil was
the nominee. They consider him :
heavyweight conservative and a
"people's man" without the pyrotech-
nics which usually go with those who1
ndvocit. the "dear peepk'':; rights."
I The McN'amara confession was ot
course the sole topic of conversa-
tion Saturday and Sunday. The ef-
fect it will have on organized lalnir
Is the chief speculation and of
course opinion is divided. The con
! census of opinion is however that
organized labor will have to have a
housecleaning and that it will assur-
edly do so. The union men them-
selves are the loudest in the con-
demnation and judging by their ut-
terances the money contributed to
the MeXamara defense on the plea
of innocence will greatly influence
their actions in the future when it
comes to like contributions.
Gov. Crttce was at Norman Friday
night and gave some expressions on
the abolition of the several state
institutions. The governor makes no
secret of the fact that he Is for the
bill being initiated and expresses the
honest conviction that the passage
!of such a bill will greatly advance
the cause of education in the state.
And 'he has legions of warm sup-
porters. Colonel Suggs the highway com-
missioner was at Ardmore during
the Thanksgiving holidays hut re-
turned to his office Monday. He
has several engagements to fill dur-
ing the month and will be kept busy
until Christmas. The automobile li-
cense tax is beln paid more readily
due to the fact that the delinquent
list is to be filed this month with
the attorney general when suits will
Most of the state officers spent
Thanksgiving with their families or
out In the woods with their guns.
Railroad Time Table
No. 6 11:07 a.m.
fo 12 .-. 3:06 p.m.
No. 18 11:28 a.m.
No. 5 4:14 a.m.
No. 17 4:25 p.m.
No. 11 1:15 p.m.
ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM.
No. 673 1:45 p. m
No. 651 8:30 p. m
No. 652 7:30 a.m.
No. 674 1:15 p.m.
No. 525 9:5") a. m.
No. 513 12:30 p. m.
No. 527 S:15 p. m
No. 503 8:50 p. m.
No. 547 4:45 p.m.
(Dally except Sunday.)
No. 524 6:00 a.m.
No. 506 7:15 a.m.
No. 52G 12:40 p.m.
No. 514 4:45 p. m.
No. 546 6:10 p.m.
Fresh Groeries Pure Groceries
And Groceries at the right
price is what you get when you
place your Grocery orders with
Clark's C. O. D. Store. We
handle nothing but the best.
U'e make the prices that others
Jiay follow. We pay cash foi
Dur Groceries take our dis-
counts and give our customers
the benefit of the cash buying.
Try us thirty days and you will
stay with us as long as you
buy Groceries in Ardmcre. be-
cause we give you better values.
CUrlf's C. 0. D. Grocery
115 E. Main Phone 633
Uuiu Warden Doolin is hack in his
office apparently recovered from his
recent illness. He nays that the in-
crease of licenses issued this year
has been theiiomcnal dm to the
strict enfoictiiMit of the law. A
huge unrulier of arrests have been
m tile. lr. Is being- jokingly said that
.lobu Doolin is vicing with Slate.
Knlor.vni'M.t Officer Caudle in the
enforceineiil. of the law. Some ibinli
llie odls are on .lohn.
The alisolule and emphatic state-
ment of Chairman Itranson of the
sf.'iie l'inocrat ic commiiiec that
re would he no attempt made at
the meeting in February to carry
'f convention for any candidate
and that the statements made that
Mie committee as a whole would or
as trying to discredit Uovernor
I'rnce's administration lias caused
I'usidcrable gralilicatlon among
lii'inocrats. The stalement would not
V.ave been made save lor the re
pea ted reiteration of the statements
by the Republican press. It is lw-
1114 hoped among the leaders here
1 1 1 n 1 Mr. itranson 's statemen' will
I" given wide publicity.
Problem for Roosevelt.
While President Roosevelt was hold-
ing an open air reception at S ractiso
I a tall negro pushed bis way forward
! through the crowd and eagerly grasp-
j eil his band.
"Yii'ii me war In 'n on the same day
I dlstah Roosevelt !" the darky enthu-
siastically said his shining black face
I almost cleft from ear to ear by a grill.
"he-lighted indeed to hear It!"
warmly responded the presidenl tak-
ing a fresh grip on the black hand
and laughingly heartily. "So you and
I were born on the same day? Well
"Yo" am fo'ty-seven yenhs old suh?"
"I am" was the quick answer.
"An' yo' war bo'n on Octobah 17
"Ya-as suh" then exclaimed the
(larky shaking all over with rapture.
'Ya-as suh Mr. Roosevelt yo' an' me
Is bole twins." From Norman K.
Mack's .National Monthly.
TO REDUCE SCHOOLS
AKIN ORGANIZES FORCES A TAX-
PAYERS' EDUCATIONAL LEAGUE
TO BE FORMED.
The Taxpayers Kducatioual league
the object of which is to isujipurt the
Akin liill reducing the number of state
iii:t!tutions has been called to meet
in the HHseinlily room of the Lee-
Huckins hotel Saturday December 16
at 1 o'clock p. m. when an organiza-
tion will 1k effected and plans laid
lor a united militant campaign for
the success of the measure ine
meeting was called by Oliver 11. Akin
member of the legislature from Cleve-
land county and superintendent of
schools at Moore who Is initiating the
There have been rtnnorn that the
present form of tin bill will be chang-
ed and that some of the thirteen
schools now marked for the slaughter
would be included in the list of those
which are to remain but .Mr. Akin
slated .Monday night that there will be
no changes and that the supporters
ol the measure will stand for Its lnl-
I tiation and passage just as it
In addition to the state organization
I of the Taxpayers Educational league
j county organizations will be formed
I and the fight for its adoption carried
to every wet ion of the state Mr.
I Akin said.
j "I am surprised at the interest tha'.
i ha. been taken already" stated the
I author of the bill Mondav evening.
"Many Interested iartie.s have written
to me and we already have more
than 20(Mi signature to the petition.
1 am confident that it will be adopted.
j One man has written to me from Al-
tus asking for petitions to hold 1000
names and statin;; that he could have
them filled in one day's tim?.
' Sentiment for the bill Is almost
: unanimous among the farmers. Even
! in the counties where state institutions
! are located we are vetting encourage-
! ment and receiving assurances of sup-
j port. In Pontotoc county where the
I Ada normal Is located I have receiv-
ed every evidence to show that tho
I measure will be adopted by a good
I "The state board of education and
the state board of agriculture both of
which organizations were expected to
fight the bill are divided. I am told
that the state board of education is
divided four to three alonjr exactly
the same lines that it was on certain
questions before the investigation was
held. Of course we expect to meet
with some opiKisition from the poli-
ticians but I believe that when they
LINE IS LAUGHS AND I GOT
THE GOODS. BOB BLAKE
Comedy by James lorhes. Author of the ("MORIS LADY
This Play Hill Make the Whole Land Laugh"
Saturday Mvenliiii 1'ost.
Solid Year In New York
Six Months In Chicago
pricks ro tr si.oo tv. si.:o
Tickets on Sale Wednesday at Hoffmann's
4 A T T T T TJ I" view of tho many Imitations put up
JtT V K M J In similar puchajm with wrapper and
saIn labels cloavly resembling the originals
consumers should aeK for and be sure that
they get the genuine
with this trade-marK on tho pacKages
The Standards of the World
53 Highest Jl wards In Europe and America
MADE ONLY BY
V.S. 1'at. OCT.
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER MASS.
find the big weight of sentiment In
our favor among the voters they will
line up in support of the bill.
"There seems to be an impression
getting abroad that the bill initiated
to reduce the number of state institu-
tions was Governor Cruce'a measure.
Now I note that the New State Tri-
bune and the Oklahoma Farmer are
especially bitter in their statements.
This is a great injustice to the gov-
ernor inasmuch as ho was ignorant of
such a bill being rrepnred until I call-
ed on him. for a conference after the
bill was in a complete form.
"True the governor has spoken
favorably of the movement. In this I
think the 'good people of the state ac-
cord him the same privilege as a pri-
vate citizen. Indeed he should be
perhaps more interested in a matter
of so much importance than the pri
vate Individual. Regardless of the
opinions of a few overzealously selfish
politicians in this matter and others
who are interested locally the govern-
or is being sustained by the people
generally. This is especially notice-
able in the action taken by the teach-
ers assembled at Edmond Saturday."
It Is the purpose of the organization
to be fonned to prepare literature pre-
senting arguments 1n favor of the bill
and to circulate it In every part of
the state. The arguments presented
by the opposition will be answered
Mr. Akin said and new ones giving
reasons why the measure should be
passed wMl lie advanced. Oklahoman.
A Des Moines man had an attack of
muscular rheumatism In his shoulder.
A friend advised him to go to Hot
Springs. That meant an expense of
$1.")0.00 or more. He sought for a
quicker and cheaper way to cure it
and found it in Chamberlain's I.hi!-
ment. Three days after the first ap-
plication of this liniment he was well.
For sale by all dealers.
Coughs that keep yo
disturb the sleep of tha rest or the umur
Tbsy caa be stopped In a few minutes Wlttl
It is a Remedy of Great Relieving Power
in All Lung and Throat Troubles.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup conveys a warming; and relaxing la.
flueace to the congested lungs. Heals soreness quiets tickling
sensation In the throat utrengthens the voice loosens phlegm an!
relieves all irritated conditions in the throat and lungs. Keep a
bottle In the house. It Js handy to have when nesded a4 sares
a world of misery to tha person affected.
Put Up in Three Sizes 23c. 50c and
$1.00 per Bottle.
Buy the $1-00 '" It contains Ave times as mnca
as the J3c size and you get with each bottle a.
Herrlck s Red Pepper Torous Plaster for the chest.
OAHCS r. BMUUI9 "WRIETOH tT. LOWS Mi.
F0r Weak Slcht or Sore Ejtm uae
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
We the undersigned have known
F. J. Cheney for the past fifteen
years ana believe him perfectly hon-
orable in all business transactions
and financially able to carry out
any obligation by that firm.
Waldlng Kinnan & Marvin
Wholesale Druggists Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally acting directly upon the blool
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Prices 75
Take Hall's Family Pills for con-
stipation. Notice of Intention to Fund.
Notice Is hereby given that on the
13th day of December A. D. 1911
Lone Grove Township In Carter
County State of Oklahoma will pro
ceed before the District Court of
Carter County Oklahoma to make a
showing and aslc said court to hear
and determine the amount of out
standing legal warrant Indebtedness
and to sign the bonds to be issued la
payment of same.
All persons interested mar b
present at the time said proof is
made to remonstrate against th
Issuance of the same.
J. E. JAMES
Trustee Lone Grove Township.
J. V. TUCKER Township Clerk.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money II
It falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sig-
nature is on each (box. 25c.
Read the want ads.
awak at night alsa
Stephana Eye Salve.
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 53, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 6, 1911, newspaper, December 6, 1911; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc145730/m1/3/: accessed January 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.