The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 99, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 30, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Tuesday January 3C. 19-0
THC DVV ARDWOnflTl
i AGE TWO
Five Year of Severe Rheumatism
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H. .O(if Siil-f.-ipiT'll-'". sixiri f.-lt mint)
Utler firui now c unsiil'-r rnysHr n-
I ry nic'l. 1 iccominciiil llnod'."
It today In usuiil form r
choi-oliitt'd tablets culled Sarsatabs
10 ALL OIL MEN
LAPSE OF PAYMENT ON OIL
LEASE IS SUFFICIENT CAUSE
Wiisiiiiminn n. c .Ian. ::.-lie-
Wfinln M I ! hu .r-m- loitrt ul'
llu- MMriit of (')luiniiia in tin; raM-
i .lam's K. Wudi- Miiliail .Moore
:iiil .laims KourKe is Soi rotary of
tin; Interior liiis I ndi l i'd itn
opinion of i 1 1 1 1 f i" i .i 1 1 to all oil tn'n in
' ade ami Ins u-mk -iates ilnl not
pay III'' a'hainc loyally and rental!
on a Iomm' hold liy tliciu of the lands
of Annie K'liu. a I iill-lilood Creek In !
dian vvlioii tin- same heraine (hie and
pa.uilile. Tliey allowed tin- tnaUi;! to j
lapsi' i inlit or t : i nionllis and 1 - j
wlopiii'-ni oi culling w i i Ii in a mil'' or j
two ili'-y undertook to pay over tin; I
liai k nioiH into t lie ! I i of tin; j
I'ni'i'd Slates Indian a'Ht and the
.-nine was i rediled liy tin' Indjan ai;enl J
on Hie hool.s of (lie eoniian. Annie
km;: within a few days of this time J
sho Inning some months before pro-I
tested and aAecl rnnoellat ion of the j
h ase lor non -payment of the rental i
and royalties mailt! new leases to
Knt;eiie W. (iill and Slorin & Doiulas.
H was claimed in her hehalf and In
hehalf ol flie hit lessor's liy their at-
torneys Happier k .Morillat of Wash-
ington 1 1. ('. that ihr- lease had eotne
Prof ess i o n a C a rds
Attorneys At Law
Prartlca bffora all Courta Coagraaa
GoTarnrnent Daaartmanta. Lndlaa
CiJH a intclalty. Offlca Bod 4 Bldf.
wnlii(T-oa D. C.
H. B. HARTS
ATTOltNKY AT LAW.
Koum 2 Nnblo Hlds. Phone TOO.
W. A. TACKETT
( tin la aiici PcnnlnitoB Bulllmj
MORGAN & POTTER
1 1 ore 91S Over Tost Office
L. J. MYERS
fcurveya I'lans Ami Specification
Municipal Work a Specialty
Room II. Noi:e fMildlng.
P. 0. Hox -j:i:i Ardmore Okla. j
$50 TO $125;
B jy a L )t in Oklahoma City j
Sir Cnvh. S7.SO Per Month j
K. M. CONWAY Iqc.
So. '20 N. Kobinson
Oklahoma City. Oklahoma.
No Use Arguing
Wuen It cou.es to storing
boushold goods etc. You '111
find our (aeiilties meet every
requirement. Y also haul
goodi anywhere. Prompt and
careful a; '.en '.ion given to every
Thone 72 and m will do
J. L. WILSON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
o an end by non-payment of the
tdvanco rental and royalties and that
that If Annie Kinn hose to insist
upon this cancellation it was her
'awful rinht to do so. I'pon hearing
the secretary ot Hie interior cameled
the Wade el. al. lease and approved
Die leases of Cill and Storm & Doug-
las. Thereupon Wade et. ul. filed
;i suit in eipiily to enioin the secre-
tary lif the interior from eam elitifi the
Wade lease and a mandatory injunc-
tion to prevent operation of the Gill
and Storm K- Donelas leases.
The ease came on for iieariiiK 1-
ror .Iii-tice Wri'Jht on a demurrer fil-
ed to the hill. Wade and li is asso-
ciates were represented by Mr. John
I. Hemphill and Assistant Attorney
Clements appear'd for the govern-
ment and Charles 11. Morillat for
Hill and Sturm K- lioimlus. The court
in a brief written opinion has sus-
tained the demurrer holding that Par-
agraph four of the Indian lease ac-
complishes per se a forfeiture of
the leases in default of drillinc; of a
well within twelve months from ap-
pro al of the lease or non-payment
of the royalty and rental that might
inert such forfeiture. He further
held thHl Indian Agent Kelsey had
neither power nor authority to waive
the forfeiture and that the payment
of the money overdue into his office
would not cause the lease to continue
in force and effect.
FEWER DAILY NEWSPAPERS.
Statistics for Past Year Show They
Are Diminishing in Number.
I'liila-lelpliiii. I'a.. .liin. :!"- N' s- i
j; j it ii iisns l'i::ilfi'S lor 1M1I rum-
pilcil )- the AtiT'i-iciin Newsmier
Annual an I Director. published here
Kidiiy indicate t bat mult iplication
of daily papeis in the 1'uited State
has cotiie to a halt. A year ao tbe
iiiiinber was .-; tie 1012 Annual
lists n b'.ss showing that the trend
is now in the downward direction.
A'cordins to this authority urea ter
mortality than birth rate is explain-
ed by suspension or consolidation of
newsuapei s in crowded and unpro-
ductive 1'ieldx. New KnKh.iid lias
lost lour ilailie- New York four
middle wesl states nine and the
western slates have thirteen lest
Hutu a year unit (Jains have been
lu.iviest in the coiilhern states while
lb.- middle Allantic section hni an
increase of three.
W'eebly ami semi-weekly iicwspa-
pers nl.so seem to have reached their
limit in numbers. The 1 . ! H Annuai
names and drsciibes 1 "..L' I'M weeklies
10 less than in 1 1 1 . and ilii.'i semi
weeMies as compared ii!i in
The I'M:! Annual inarKs its forty-
foiirth year conlains nmre llian IJuil
pae.5. describing L' I" l." nevsiapers
ami periodicals present. leu distinct
items about each includinu its circ u-
latioti rtilins and '-'i es 1 !l D i nihil
iopulati.)iis f ir tbo 1 1 towns in
which newspapers are published.
Act onautic s. moving pictures am!
Ksperanto ate responsible :'o'' new
lists of publications ileoted to the
su'iiccts. There ate over two hun-
dred of these lists ill the boo I; .pel
from the press. Religious publica-
tions number SO." aut i-til t ural jour-
nals total H'.;! and there are no less
than ll'! separate divisions of d.is
and trade periodicals. Exponents of
more than fortv secret society or-
ders are catalogued. I'oreipn lan-u-tiane
papers printed in thirty-four
different forms of speec h are describ-
ed in a clasificalion ol" their own
These statistic are gathered trout
returns by the press of the country
and sifted erified and arranged by
the publishers of Ibis directory who
are engaged In such revision throimh
out tbe year. The Importance of the
ne spatter puldishitt- indii. ti li've
wise the development and rapid in-
i r ese of advertising is impressive-
ly illustrated in the magnitude of
When yon want a tellable medicine
for a coufch or cold tale Chamber-
lain's t'oush Remedy. It can always
be dep Milled upon and is pleasant
and safe to take. Tor sale by all deal-
ers. Feed ARCO a mixed feed for
ho:es .tnd cows; put up in 100-lb.
sacks delivered in barn for 90 cts.
cvt. This is a carefully prepared
te.l manufactured by the Ardmore
Oil & Millini; Co. lt'tf
i ATENTS Produce Fortunes
KIKS Ur aint. ltiuk on I'Htent.
"Hinln to invt-nton." ' Inventions
' N-titl." VJiy Snn Inventoi-J fail.
All Mnf KrtHL. Sih uiI hfllMof n ..wiiilc huy-
I ern to our own client. Stnl nmjrh pkt'tch or
! moi. f.r wan'h of l:ttnt (Klii-e um-u1h.
i Ijm-hI -iir !4'n1al ivih in .UiCi(if! nI 'uiw ni.
)ur M'. . funirly Acting CoinmU-
.io!icr of CutcntJ ami rt mn'h ha I full h:r- of
I. S. lt.r.MHir'. liKKMlKV M lTlltK
'utt lit -tnrm 9 Hdliiiiktou. 1.
H. FRED SNIDER
riace to btiy Druss. Sundric.
Toiler art ides. Jewelry etc.
Prescription! Safely Com-
pounded. 103 WEST MAIN STREET.
AN OLD ADACIT
A light purse is a heavy curse
Sickness makes a light purse.
The LIVER ii tha seat of nine
tenths of all disease.
go to the root of the whole mat
ter thoroughly quickly safely
and restore the action of the
LIN ER to normal condition.
Give tone to the system and
solid flesh to the body.
Take No Substitute.
Railway Business in November 1911.
Tables prepared by the bureau of
railway economics from the reports
made by tbe railways for that month
to the interstate commerce commis-
sion show that the business done by
the railways of the I'nited States
in the month of November was
somewhat less than the business
done in November 111 10 when meas-
ured by the aveniKe. ier nii'e the
only basis on which comparison can
properly be made.
Tiie total operating revenues of
railways include their receipts for
fieiubt and passenger tran.-vporla-lion
for mail and cypress service
and fur all other traffic service rci-
dered. Tin: average reicipis in No
vember 1!U! for a little more than
!io per cent of l he total mileage
of i Ik; country were $1.0.H a mile u
decline of $IS a mile from the re-
ceipts in November 1910. There
was decrease In average receipts
in both freight and passenger ser-
vice. The decline was unevenly dis-
tributed. The lilies of I lie eastern
part of tbe country show only a
sligh' increase lor November 1!UI.
in comparison with November lMlu
while the lines in lhe southern sec-
tion show a slight increase and the
lines in the western section a falling
off. In the total operating revenue
the receipts for freight transporta-
tion represent. 71.7 per cent and re-
ceipts of pasesnger transportation
per cent the remainder coming from
mail express and oilier sources.
Operating: expenses aUo show a
lower average per mile of line. These
include all costs of maintaining
track and equipment the cost of op-
crating trains of securing traffic and
of administration but do not include
new- construction. Kxpenditure foi
maintenance of tracks and buildings
was reduced by an average of $'2A'
a mile as compared with expenditure
in November 11)10. For the mainten-
ance of equipment Ihere. was an
increase averaging Id cents a mile;
and the cost of conducting t ranspor-
lation an item representing about
one-half the total operating expense
was re Inced to an average of K
cents a mile. Ky the reduction In ex-
penditure for maintenance of track
and buildings the roads were enabled
to make a slight offset to the shrink-
age in opeiating expenses.
The net. revenues that is. the di:'-
feien e between total operating rev-
enues and total operating expenses
averaged .fit; less per mile of line
in November 1911 than in Novem-
ber 1!M0 which is a decrease of -I.."
per cent. This so-called net revenue
is in fact gros.s profits out of which
must come taxes amounting in No-
vember to $!tii7d.!i7ti or an average
of $:; a mile rentals inierest on
bonds dividends ami appropi iation
I'o- improvements. The falling off of
l.i! per cent in operating revenues
conttarts with an increase of 12.7
per cent in taxes.
Railroad Tine Table
So. 6 11:07 . m
o 12 3:06 p. m
No. 18 11:28 a. m.
N'o. 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 8:3 p. m
No. i.;r. 2 7:43 a. m.
No. 674 3:16 p. to
No. 525 9: j" a. m
No. 513 12:30 p. m.
No. 527 3:15 p. m
No. 503 8:50 p. m.
No. 547 4:45 p.m.
(Daily except Sunday.)
No. 324 6:00 a. m.
No. 506 7:15 a.m.
No. 52 12:40 p. m.
No. 514 4:43 p. m.
No. 46 6:10 p. m
rimiT innilliro r
Ml PL ASPECT
CONTEST BETWEEN GALBRAITH
AND BRADY FOR NATIONAL
; COMMITTEEMAN WAXES WARM
Tulsa okla. .Ian. X The t'Ulii
for democratic nation.il committee-
man between Robert I.. Calinai h and
W. T. Brady both of Tulsa which
1 contest overshadows every other
I event in Oklahoma politics today
1 a-sumed national importance when
W. .1. liryan was invited to address
the democrats of Oklahoma at Tul-
sa Feb. 7 on his attitude in attempt-
ing to uiisaet James Oulfey as com-
mitteinan from rennsylvania at the
recent meeting of the democratic na-
tional committee. Ilrady who is now
committeeman from Oklahoma broke
with Bryan then and supported !uf-
fey. Since his return from Washing-
ton he has been besieged on all hands
for an explanation of his ote and
C.albraitb lias been using it against
In the event lb Van accepts Cuffey
will also be invited to defend himself.
The invitation to Itrvau was signed
by John 11. Miller chairman of tbe
Tulsa county democratic committee;
Charles Richardson city chairman;
John l. 1'orier chairman of the Third
Congressional committee; S. If. Lew-
is slate committeeman of Tulsa coun-
ty and presidents of every dcmociat-
ic club in the country.
Harmon Club Tuesday Night.
The Harmon Club will meet in the
assembly room of the county court
house Tuesday evening at 7:30. All
members are requested to he present
and all who would like to become
members are urged to come.
JOHN V. KASI.EY Sen-nary .
The Red Hook for February ton-
tains sixteen short stories of widely
differing character yet of a singular-
ly well-sustained interest. Among
them are Kllis Parker Butler's mirth-
ful 'The Skeedaddle'' Samuel Hart-lay's
piquant California romance "Father
Watt's Knitting;" Onoto AVattanna's
quaint "The marriage of Jinyo" and
Arthur Train's "Three Wise .Men."
o ms Without Bath S IPO up
Rooms With Bath Jl.oo
CAr'E PRICES SENSIBL'F
l Club breakfast25c up
NOONDAY LUNCH 40
DINNER 75 4
lliDierf-.ifU ana momn Enow
fttioul the wonderful f
Jf I. rMinct ftucpir (he
M A II K I.. a" 'It no
nlimf lixt Kt.'ill .tHlnl) fi.r
llli. .ir.it. il Inick 'ltlrl. It rtM
full ii.rfli'll'nr. &otl lin..'Coli. In-
Money on Farms
Without any delay whatever.
If ycu want some money on
your farms come and
let us talk the
A. C. BURWELL
Everything to Build
with under one roof
Make All Your Bills at
There is a substantial
saving when you buy
WILL FRALEY. Mgr.
I M SVftMARVELWhirlingSpray
viS!jiQXS lu-tt-iU-m rom-tii
I !lgyxu'"' ' i" "'""
! AyonnlrnrttfnrltWf 53$w2$z.
)f l.o rMim-t iui plr lhe WClo "'C-ffTTr-.
I ' '
Ask Your Doctor
We have had seventy years of experience with Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. That makes us have great confidence in it for
coughs colds bronchitis weak throats and weak lungs. Ask your
own doctor what experience he has had with it. He knows. He can
advise you wisclv. Keep in close touch with him. kZ"tlZ.-
"PHIS COUPON is good for TEN
1 VOTES in the Ardmoreite's FREE
HARGROVE COLLEGE SCHOLAR-
SHIP CONTEST if voted within one
week from the date printed hereon.
Voted for .
ju "Easy come easy go." is an old and true saying.
Those who make money fast often lose it just as
fast. They assume risks and take chances are
always under a nervous strain and never know
just where they will come out.
zU And so in the long run it is far better not to try
to "get rich quick" but to systematically save a
portion of one's income and deposit it regularly in
a reliable bank like this one.
S. Start this "sure competence" method TODAY
by depositing Sl.OO or more and do it REGU-
LARLY. We will add a liberal compound inter-
est to what you deposit.
Ardmore National Bank
WISHES ITS MANY
FRIENDS and CUS-
TOMERS A MOST PROS-
PEROUS NEW YEAR sk
SCHOOL BOOKS WALL PAPER PAINTS
T. N. COLEMAN'S DRUG STORE
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES
LIVE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED
GEO. H. WEBB. Ardmore. Okl.
' IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A BARGAIN
jSce me at once. 8-rooin house lot
! 202x150; barn and orchard; block of
jl2 lots; prettiest site in fity. Also
jtwo nice lots 200x200 near old Har-
I grove. Will sell or trade at your
inrloe. L. L. TYER.
At Firt National Bank or
Thone Red 421.
Do you use tbe want ads?
"After four in our family had died
of consumption 1 was taken with
a frightful cough and lung trouble
but my life was saved and I gained
b7 pounds through upinp
R. Patterson. "Wellington Tex.
. PRICE SOc indtl 00 T UL CRLCClfTf.
Do you me toe ant tdiT
For Sale at this Office
tabbed in teat pads of 100
each at 20c per thousand
10c per lOOO;
In Lots of 10.000
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 99, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 30, 1912, newspaper, January 30, 1912; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc145776/m1/2/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.