The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 53, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 6, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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ArOere Wedrtfioay Dec. 6 1911.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
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At :rcr;-o.i rT.c:on on tie
taara'r I'ari'JiM? tvr rpj't.on of
axy irioL firm or corporation
wt.!rb t.ay a;-Ia.' !n tie toltimti oil
Tha. A."ir.cr:- w:;i be eladly cor
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Lt.t.ti c ;Ln D.aLaf.xiit.
C!tj Edfttr'i Office I
ctifr It&nre '38 I
A'drr.ore Wedntfa( Dec. 6 1911.
iK-mocracy Ih holding Woodrow
UIImhi out in the hhallow water for
uiiniiii A h lo pull .ii but whi n tiie great
I .niy (.-cm icaily lo name- a Htandard
;;ii' r ibiii ulll coim-y the party Inlo
tin- .v.i.te Ikiiimc It will lake .luilson
1 1 i i r : l ' . 1 1 (f (Hilo.
TO EQUALIZE TAXES.
Tin- plan to - 1 1 1 1 1 1 i lav.cn In Caller
i miii1-. ii h aiiiioiini.ed In the uftcrnoon
A I (liiiui cili- yeKler.liiy by the board of
o iiit v i ominlhsliiliei h hccnis to Im! a
. ry t.-ilr uiie an I the commissioners
I. n- lii Ilit; pl illM ll lor I heir w illlllgneH4
In iclicc tliohe Wbn will be forced to
more tlinii their a)iportionat-
riuiri of the Ihmh. A blanket raise
u ia Mi'iies Ih bound to do sumo one
harm. I'or Im tuni c one man gives
in his cattle at flu per head and an-
other miri -li-s ihe same kind of
stui 1. e( $IS a head. Tin- one ought
to be lowered or the- other raised to
u 1 1 1 each man to pay hfa pro rata
. hare of the laves hut when thu rnlHi)
of M per cent Is made anil If Applies
alike to the mini who rendered hi
a'lle at $ 1 s and to the man uho ren-
ilcreil h.s at $(i i. ii Injustice has been i
dune if ai Ii are i eiiiii e to pay the
NEW STAN DAR D
im iinninuvi rii iuf im
; SIX COUPONS OF
fr5d ;!JLii.!i . . t LH ir ; CONST TUTE A SCT
.Vt-i'-.IIS-'iill.. In ;iiiliIMIl'lll'lilltL"l.'il rmf-M 'lfAJ''i"! ;. l-lll.t;-!-1
t ill nnt th above rniiroa. with five otliera of con.crullve Pilc. ami
wrM-nl Hirm at llil nHIro ollli tho riprno bimu amount herein rt
tpoalle any at) la or ll tlnniirr Hrctrl (w lilrh rover tlto Item of Ilia
rial of inxklna. Mimi from Ilia farlory rlin kln. clerk hlro anil oilier
narrow? f.AI KNM. Ilrmn) anil rerrlve your rlmli a of Chrao thrro bookit
Tbe $ 1 00 e i"uslxal'on advertisement elsew Iicrc in this issue)
wvrnvrYn s l"lni' n 'u'' '"P1 I-ratlirr flexible 6tampid in gold
Ivvwm.m!!' ln ai k an l S'''''51' Pr'"u-1 01 Rille P'1!1''. wit'1 "ed 'K'S
DICTION AKY:' corners rounded ; beautiful UroiiR dtir.ililc. Besides
Illktalralcd IC rncra' contents as desi ribcd elsewhere there arc maps
and turr 6CO subjects beautifully illustrated by
tlircc-roliT rliites Jiuinerotis subjects Wy monotone 16 pages of fpMt
valuable t hurts in two colors and the late United State Ccnsu. 1 qq
'it "cut at this office aix conaecutiv Dictionary camponaand the 7oC
f Tbc $3.00
Jt in ci.i'tiy the Msmr
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New Stunoarn luii'litnf whirli
i l(1IONAUY hull Ir.illirr.
v ith olive
el ir ci r.Tu
fniaye r'i nrri. SIX
:uU CoupaM tvnd thm
i Any Book br M.il. 22a
'it. Tk plan of tie costcifsloctr
. "O & tf-.i.r'.Lg fctii k'.'.Ow each
:..iL '' pr- :ais for a red.t-
Of Vsl'-i ':'..:: it til
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ha. jn'3rr.akii a t4i: tiat
r:'l j'.Tf 1.X't: HiOLttl tia to
' or;i ;.'' ;.) r"j j;r a -.a-t ariiO ;r.
A nI.oJK v. or: au1! jn'i'h patieti'. U
'arry o:t j.la.M! an 'ij'-y have ar-ra.-ii'-il
t an 1 the jr a;-
iar- t:.- fair . ir:t mh. r ' y
BUSS flYS HE IS
SMILES AND SAYS THAT
WATER IS FINE" COME
In Momiay'M Ar'lrnon.lte it was ia'.i-
I ii.ateil that J. A. !!a woulO lx- a r.an-I'lida-''
for the Btatc Benate to succeed
'tlarrv K. Allen whone term exjlreH
'and wli'-n Keen thlK iiijrnlng h Rtatcd
that he would be a candidate fo? that
olf.'e and expected to win.
It Ih Intimated today that another
;has d-H!KnK on his office In the person
ol Joe I). ;hampi ii at preHent repre-
Hentatlve from this county to
1 Kt:i to 1eilHl.-itnre :ilid then too it
a bo mated that another Ih about
shy his :itr In the rlns and get 1n
tlm running. When told of this this
Tnornlng Mr. Rasa stated with a mile
that th- "water was flue" that the
more the merrier. Verily this prom
Ihes to bo some lace.
Death of D. H. Bloii.
N'e.vs was received here last nlirht
of th.- .lenih of !). if. Illom of Okla-
loma City. Mr lilol! was well -j j)roposed to .'nstUl would n jt eo.u I from friends all over the state pled-
Lnown In this city he being a broth- ov.r ym jer y jar to operate. ;ng him their support in his candi-
er of Mrs. W. It. Jturnitt. Mr !:! -iIk j Colonel Suggs siwke In favor of is-ia-y.
Ih Hiirvived by three chl'drcn two :M)1( i0nds and harn-s.slng the Wash- Mr r.illam has always been a
!ii':hterH MIhhos Marsaret and MIa-iu ani bringing water from thm: -ve wire" in the Democratic party
lei of Mnriella and .- son Melvltito th( .lty j. anU hag aiyg found fighting
of Paris Tex. ! n.rl i-'o-t.-r KUiirlntmlent of tln!for the nominee or contrlhntinrr his
Mr. Jlurnltt went to Oklahoma !iie be I.-ht and jM.ver I'mii
City last night fo take charw of thejaliv jj (.poke in ij'ei'nce to the
remains w-'ilch will be taken to Vnn-
hum for Intermer:
Reporter Predicted Rain.
' We are going to have more rain"
wild Virgil Johnson as he left the
meeting of the city commissioners
last night and t ure enough before
morning 'be rain was paltering on
the house tops. "You see" said the
newspaper man "it's this way a few
months ago when the commissioners
began talking city water supply and i(
called the bond election rain fame
anil the election was recalled. They
have started the .-lime camnl-!U now
and it's sure to rain."
Red Men Tonight.
Kwrv member of the 'I riln
In be present
at tonight's medium
urgent demands your
presence. Officers for til
year will also be elected.
meeting Ih 7:30 o'clock.
T. I.KK IIOI'SON. Sachem.
Elliot will present "The Lion and
the Mouse" or "The Fortune Hunt-
er" at. the i;mm;i house Wednesday.
Elliot has no superior in American
n dramatic reader.
CONSECUTIVE DATES (
'hi1 'i 'Hi:
i:lliiiiiwJllil;-N i ji(-l l'!l.:iil-
The $2.00 in t'u"t ';lo" t"n:';
'"if. "tampcj in sold
VI BSTIJfS and black I lias Fame
New Mandnrd a.rr. aane lUuslra-
DICTIONARY tionv but all
llluaUalrd ! '' ! I I-jixui
orrd lilaf iBoauaef
ami charts are omitted. 2Ia I MOm.
uuva Coupooa aavd U I 'iOC
EaUa for Poataga
i i -
The Peevish Child
Needs a Laxative
r.la ar.'l '
ral for a
to la'isrh an
1 1 rr. it
t-r.- you n d-i.-r.o on 11 rr.frtr.:r.R
.orr.. of a Mrr.o-n A.irrr.t ou m-Ji
r.ot t uro.'.K if ou ' . It a
O'yn of rr.1'1 Uratno '.r-it vrr..nif on
Iijtr.r.j; it to t-i
Tf.r r-rr:4 rn'it -r.f;raKy rKom-rr-r.')J
for thm purpo" Ir-
t-i-r-.t l'::r.. h:ch motr.rs
tr ro ji'Ko'jt th ouciry irivir.ir
t.'.nr ::l':r-n for a q jkfttr of a crn-
tjry. T'rfiv thojir.'! of frri:l:p tre
tjK.r.if It Krj ruin'ir'iH u4 it th-n.
and there rr.iint i-vd rafon for thia
word of rruf.r( rw ornr.'.r.iation.
It In aurmt'elly t. ixrrf-'. laistiv
for children vorr.T. oil
people and all
olfir wr.o 3rd
Ur.t and r.ot a
rer.tle Ooael nrnu-
oler.t rait cathartic
pill or d'ctoreJ aater. ir. i;aiowll
hyrup I'e;. n mil a t rer.tly. and h-n
latu before rturir.i Will br.t. com-
QUESTION OF WATER
AT THE VEETING OF THE CITY
COMMISSION LAST NIGHT THIS
I QUESTION HELD FIRST PLACE.
At th": mee'iiii; of t:;
hioners iait flight the
( ity comm. a
Ardmore'h water iuiil y was Ui
berlouH '1; -ifi-siori. The city engine.
reiortei that the a'r in the (:
iti h'-n lower than it
n before and that the
tiluation was e'.tiii' seuous.
.Sevenl plans we;? discussed by.
t)J(. board an 1 by citi.'-ns present to
.. i;. t;is i r nation a :d it wia
a;?: '-"'.I thai a mass meeting of 4ii"
citiz-i.s would be r ilb d to sn-.-et at
. i .. .......... ........ v.. ... ...... VI .....l .. -
I iir I'Uli'i Dili ui. u -i; i.-.vu .iiuiria;
tiui al.j j:a e the matter and th;
: t a w I))jIjS to a. Rjation
.f r. uj people.
Former City Ei.K'iieer Myrs v as
present and made the board an of-
fer to supply the city with an kooI
water as it has tt present and in
f dequat-i quantities for $10000 backed
by a surety bond and further agreed
:that. the maintenance of the plant
present supply of water at the lake. tried and found wanting and is one
lieiore definite action Is taken by the 'of the few men in his old hoir.e at
board the citizens will have an op-jLawton who was always able to
jiortimiiy of expressing themselves dii-ck-mate any of Jake Hamon's po-
tipon the subject. litical schemes to carry Comanche
Last night's meeting was the i-eirit- 'county Republican.
!ar lirr.t weekly meeting of the j Southern Oklahoma has never had
month and a mass of bills were 'a national committeeman and it is
audited and allowed a list of which 1 due to the state that that part of
West l)i.-infecting Co
liradv K: llradv
i:i Rmio (til Co
Jones Km ret t Co
Chancellor Cab Co
Chancellor Cab Co
Villi lleiiberg AI- Keinble Ilk
Mrs. M. I-:. Lewis
Ok. Rellning Co
.1. M. A Hard
Ardmore Milling Co
L. C. Slaughter
W. J. Jones
I'arker Printing Co
Iliinly Ai I trady
Stevens Kennedy & Spragms
Ardmore Towel Supply
1 I. SO
i ilrady Ai I'.rady
. rdmoi idle Pub.
(( khihoma Motor
1.1. !'. Williams
; '1 imcs Democrat
I ArJmniv Ii e Unlit A- i'o a er
; Co 2. oo
jl'ivens Corhn Ai Freusley . . . . 3.00
'SicM'iis Keiinerly vi Spragins 1I
iludsonllouston Lumber Co... .7"
i I'osliil Telephone Co .50
j Parker Printing Co 7.25
Stanley llornbeck 20.00
'Otto liradlonl 13.75
i Frank lUu ryhill 45
'City Drug Store 1.85
(Stevens KeniiiMly Ai. Spragins l.oO
C. S. Siitires (i.45
I'.ivens. Corhn Ai Frenslcy .... lH5.0n
Jones -Everett Co 10.00
iAidinore Ice Ughl and power
I Co Ii 75.80
Si evens Kennerly & Spragins 1.70
rdmope Milling Co 52.30
jvj'iiu Denbeig Lumber Co. ... 7.80
I Van Dcnbeig Lumber Co. .. 14.95
Oil Will Supply Co :'9.5.S
Morning Star 1.25
1". C. Itridgmaii 15.20
City Drug Store 1.-50
C. Sloan 7.50
T. K. Kearney 55.00
City Drug Store 13.'a
Spragins & Co 5.B2
J. I.. Wilson 4.SS
Parker Printing Co s.00
Krensley Bros 3.00
Stevens Kennerly & Spragins 34.29
V. A. Tackett 3.00
! th; rerj.edy ail
Afr a f.'.ort utt
rr of outp.-ie a.d can r d.sr-r.s-i
aiii riij: a--.n act aior.e.
All cli.?' of rood Amtrian j-o;!
k-p it i the home for of tne
'.oica.n. l:ver ar.J Oowela ar.d amori;
t'e t:.o'jnati wr.o have written the
ilov tor that tr.ey w:II never be without
It are M. Nar.-y Helton. Maud Oiila..
ar.d Mr. J. Hooker. DeWltt Ark. A J
of It hat iaved mar.y a j-rn from a
Anyone wiihlnp to rr.aVe a trial of tH
rerr.edy before buic it in the regular
a of a d r u r i b t at fifty cents or one
doiiar a lartre bo' tie (family r.i can
' have a arr.ple bottle ert to the horrwi
f-'-e of charge by cmply addren:ru it.
k iaioweu. vv aJr.ntrion m..
Mor.t: ello. 111. Tour name ami aUJresa
'or. a poaval card will do. i
('ity Lrrusr .Store
S-evenK Ker.neriy & .Spragir.s
J'.-ady k Urady 3
K. '. .V-homaner 3
P.ivTiK Corhn i: Krensley . . . .
trdmore Ke Liiiht and Power
A. L. iloirnan
Chkkasaw Jjmher Co S
J'. J. Jtarniiey 1
.I i'ian & Huston
E. C. Schomaner
Van Denherg Co
3 10 '
Gilliam A: King
D. E. Allen
O. H. Jtandoljh
Mrs. S. McCoy
RECEIVING MANY LETTERS AND
TELEGRAMS PLEDGING SUP-
PORT. Since the announcement in this
that J. Robert GUlam would l
1 likely be a candidate for the Demo-
; ( rati; national committeeman for the
Btate of Oklahoma Mr. Gillam has
I received many letters and telegrams
time and talent? to
((.KS tip ias never i
t any timo been
the stale that furnished the great
j Democratic- majority should have a
: representative upon the committee.
Interesting Facts Regarding
Few people realize to what extent
their health depends upon the condi-
tion of tho kidnevs.
The physician in Tiearly all cases of
serious illness makes a chemical an
alysis of the patient's urine. He knows
that unless the kidneys are doing their
work properly the other organs can-
not he hrou-'ht back to health and
When the kidneys are neglected or
abused in any way serious results
are sure to follow. According to
health statistics Bright's disease
which is really an advanced form of
kidney trouble caused nearly ten thou-
sand deaths in 1910 In the state of
New York alone. Therefore it be-
hoves us to pay more attention to the
health of these most important or-
gans. An Ideal herbal compound hat has
had remarkable sucess as a kidney-
remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
the great Kidney Liver and Bladder
The mild and healing influence of
this preparation is soon realized. It
stands the highest for its remarkable
record of cures.
If you feel that your kidneys re-
quire attention and wish a sample
bottle write to Dr. Kilmer & Co..
Binghamton X. Y. Mention this pa-
per and they will gladly forward it
to you absolutely free by mail.
Swamp-Root Is sold by every drug-
gist in bottles of two sizes 50c and
Ends Winter's Troubles.
To many winter is a season of
trouble. The frost-bitten toes and fin-
gers chapped hands and lips chll- i
blains cold-sores red and rough skins
prove thi.. But such troubles fly be- 1
fore Bncklen's Arnica Salve. A trial :
convinces. Greatest healer of Burns.
Boils Piles. Cuts Sores Bruises. Ec-
oma and Sprains. Only 25c at Ringer i
1 i ;' Ra;:fai:tion
NO ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THIS COLUMN AMOUNTING TO LESS
THAN ONE DOLLAR WILL BE ACCEPTED UNLESS THE CASH ACCOM
PANIES THE AD. ACS THAT AMOUNT TO MORE THAN ONE DOLLAH
WILL EE CHARGED TO ANY RESPONSIBLE PERSON.
100 MEN OF FAMILIES W.-VNTBD
To purchase truck fitrms in .Vavidad
Coloty Lavaca Co. Texas In Gulf
Coast Country. Will let the rent
of your land jay out the property
pay your transportation to the
land and g:ve you eu.ployni-Bt. If
you mtan tuainees write tie own-
er. G. W. PATRICK
Oklahoma City Okla.
2tf Ptore Walnut 729.
WANTED .Men to iearn uarher trade.
Here is an offer that includes tools
with tuition. A method that save3
years of apprenticeship. I'ositions
waiting in city or country fcbois.
Write Moier Earber College Dallas
at .Solomon s iialiei y.
WANTED All parties holding tick-
ets for premiums at C. P. Hall's to
call and get them. -S
WANTED To buy 2 or 3-room house
to be moved off lot. J. Goldsmith
Loan Office .Main St. 22-m
WANTED To buy sell rent and
exchange new and second-hand
furniture. T. L. Holland. Phone
157. Second door west of Whit-
; Wanted To teach you Shorthand
at home. Mall Course In Spencerian
$10. Easily learnd. Easi
ly written. Easily read. Selvidge
Business College Ardmore Okla
WANTED To buy all kinfls of beer
and whiskey bottles. C. P. Hall.
REGISTERED Duroc Jersey hogs for
sale at Lone Grove Okla. In'quire
of U. E. Simpson. 1-lmo
STRAYED From Santa Fe stock
pens 2 cows and 1 steer. Phone !
R. W. Rogers or E. L. Evans. 5-3
FIRST-CLASS rooms and board for
particular people. Eleotrlc lights
hot and cold water gas heat 222
North Washington street. Tele-
phone 693. Mrs. W. R. Burnitt.
FOR TRADE OR SALE 120 acres
good farming land 40 acres in cul-
tivation all fenced. One two-room
house and fine spring of water.
Located 6 miles west of Ravia and
4 miles north of Mannsville. Will
trade for City property. Phone 442.
C. II. Butler. 2S-lm
A TEXAS WONDER.
The Texas Wonder cures kidnev
and baddep troubleSf removing gravel
cures diabetes weak and lame backs
rheumatism and all Irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
bles In children. If not sold by your
and women. Regulates bladder trou-
druggist will be sent by mail on re-
ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is
two months' treatment and seldom
falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes-
timonials from this and other states.
Dr. E. W. Hall 2926 Olive street St
Louis Mo. Sold by druggists.
Y. M. C. A. Course
Edward Elliot monologist Dec. 6.
Paul F. Voelker lecturer Dec. 27.
The DeKoven Male Quartet Jan. 29.
Season tickets for all three $1.
Tickets for Elliot 75 and 50 cents.
Get seats reserved for Elliot at 9
a. m. Dec. 5 at Hoffmann's. 3 3
A three-story brick just over-
hauled and newly furnished.
Most conveniently located
hotel in city.
One block east of depot'on
J. M. WHITFIELD Prop
W. F. GILMER AND T. L. SMITH
Cor. Broadway and Fcnrth
I OH SALiv Two houses on Nona
Washington very cheap; good divi-
dend proj-erty. Imncan Taliaferro.
I SELL AND KENT TYPEWRITERS
and handle ribbons carbon paper
oil ate. G. P. Selrldge Pnone 310.
J'OJt RENT Rooms In Lbua baili-
ir.g A Etrret northwest at $5 per
month. See T. C. Ix-hus. Clm
FOR RENT Two rooms fu7nihtd
or unfurnithed for liht house-
keeping. Phone R!ue 4 78. 6-3
FOR RENT Jan. 1 li12 a good sj-
burhan home with modern conve-
niences and two blocks of ground.
Phone 218. J. W. Shackleford. 3tf
FOR RENT Fine concrete bungalow
modern in every detail on Stanley
Boulevard; cloe In. Wirt Frank-
lin. Phone 165 or 511. 19-tf
FOK RENT Five-room cottage on
C street southwest; modern. Tel-
ephone 225 or see Julius Kahn.
FOR RENT Dwelling 5 rooms mod-
em east front situated on 9th
Ave. and N. Washington St. N.
W. Ray Poland over First National
FOR RENT Two beautiful rooms
upstairs on East SWe; well fur-
nished and all modern convenie-
nces. Phone 295 or apply 205 W.
Broadway Mrs. C. G. Spllnder. 4-Gt
FOR RENT 4-room cottage $8.50;
2-room cottage $6; 4-room cottage
$10. All desirable locations and
have gas and water. Four-room
cottage $5; new bungalow mod-
ern $25. Phone 96. O. M. Red-
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A suit of clothes between
Springer and Ardmore. Finder re-
turn to me at Springer for reward.
Thomas Mason. 4-3L
LOST Between Posts drug store and
721 North Washington small pack-
age containing Javot. Finder re-
turn to Ardmoreite office. 6-3 1.
LOST Lady's long black coat some-
where between residences of J. S.
Downard and R. M. Lester. Finder
return to Ardmoreite and receivi
LOST On .Main btreet late Sunday
afternoon a hand-made handker-
chief rolled hem two rows of in-
sertion and one of lace. Reward.
Finder notify Mrs. John F. Easley
Phone 641. 4-3
We wish to call your attention to
the fact that most infectious diseases
such as whooping cough diphtheria
and scarlet fever are contracted when
the child has a cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy will quickly cure a
cold and greatly lessen the danger of
contracting these diseases. This rem-
edy is famous for Its cures of colds.
It contains no opium or other narcotic
and may be given to a child with im-
plicit confidence. Sold by all dealer'.
Stop at the
when in KINGSTON OK.
Best Hotel on Frisco R R.
For Sale at this Office
tabbed in neat pads of 100
each at 20c per thousand
lCc per 1000
In Lots of 10.000
Brut; Co. l.'Uk
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