The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 117, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 20, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Tuesday February 20. 1912
THE DAILY ARDMOAHTat
Years of Suffering
Catarrh and Blood Disease -Doctors
Failed to Cure.
Mlso Mahrl K. n.mklna U'14 I.nfny-
tie Si. i 1'i'it Wuyne Intl. wriu-x:
For three ypiirn I whs troubled ilh
taliivrh mill lilood disease. 1 l'i'J ev-
tu i4 -1 ii-m mid a cloien different rem-
edies Inn mine of them II1 me ;iny
frond. A fi i nd I "Id me of Hood' Sr-
ni;il illii. I li'iik Mvo but I lf of llilH
medicine ttnd w.is an well mid Mron
j!. ever. I fi'il like h different pifoil
find iiiiiiniiM iid Hood's lo any one xuf-
Iil il.i; from i ill ill I li."
(itl il lodiiv in usual liquid form or
c hoiolaua tablets called Sarsatabs.
SCORES JIM HARRIS HE ASKS
WHERE FUND WENT TO FIGHT
MiNiiiwc-o lll.l.i. K'l' Tlnil
there is si-lions (li.iiill'octioii iinioii
Hi.' nemo I'li'iii' in of Hi-- republican
loives nl liiNlcin Oklahoma is il mill-
iii ol ronoral discussion In if. So
ti i i.ii - lias lliis I"'' nine llial All In''
V. .linen wh has I'H' sevcial ; is
ul in need llic lilac.K vole in this : ft
oi Hh stale and kcit il "i cnulii r."
lor tin' i i-i'iilili' an - lias rcsiiu'd
ti lie I i'Hlili' an sliit.' ..'iniii!
. (jiii 1 1 1 1 1 to His leri.-r of resignation
was tiled February HI Imt is l'-
l-.ev. d to liae li.-en illielly pigeon-
holed 1 1 Stale I'liiiiniiiiii I ill 11.11'
lis. l'he Idler reads:
To Pi.' Ilepiililiciiu Slate Central
I nlillilll i ee o ( I;. I.HM'IIIJ I .' III te
linn; herewith have tin honor of
unnniiiiiu' to oii lliis letter in ret-
i ten. e to in v iiietnliershii) on oiir
(oniuiiit.e I mm MnsKogep county. In
iluiiir; so I feel thiit I otto an expla-
nation of in.v conduct not alone to
the republicans of my county who
twice honored nie with election lo
Mini i oniiiuliee; not alone to the
J. T Coleman. O C. l.asher.
COLEMAN 4 LASHER.
I.iinil 1 1 1 i r : i i ' i i l and probate practice:
Liven pe.ial iil'entloii.
New offices on ground floor of old
court house in the old I'. r-S. mar-
KAPPLER A WERILLAT
Attorneys At Law
Practice before all Courts Ceairsss
GoTersmeDt Deaartmeata. Iadlaa
Caaaa a specialty. Office Boia Bldi.
WaatlagtAS D. C.
H. B. HARTS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Hoom 2 Nohle Bids. Phone 700.
'" Ardmore Okla.
MORGAN A POTTER
riior.c 0 1 S Over Tost Office
L. J. MYERS
Hurveya Plans Hnd Specifications
Municipal Work a Specialty
Room 21 Noble BiildlnR.
P. O. Box Ardmore Okla.
$50 TO $125
Bays a Lot in Oklahoma City
Sl. Cash. S7. 50 Per Month
K. M. CONWAY Inc.
No. 20 N. Robinson
Oklahoma City. Oklahoma.
No Use Arguing
When It cotxei to atoriag
koutshold goods etc. Ton will
find our facilities meet every
requirement. We also haul
goodi anywhere. Prompt and
careful attention gHtn to every
Phone "2 and m will do
J. L. WILSON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
members of my race who respected
and honored me as their only rej;-
ri'Hi'ntativo "ii said commlltep hut
lo our honorable; and (listinnuished
committee as well.
"I need not recount to you gen-
tlemen the many futile attempts to
kipp me from heliiR elected to and
serve upon your committee. How 1
was the only committeeman In either
parly in the Htate milijectpd to a
primary election In AtiKUst 1010;
how ;it said primary I received move
votes than my opponents one a
prominent white man and the other
a colored man combined; how an
attempt to displace nie conceived and
engineered by your slate chairman
In the stale convention of .lune
M'lil. failed and how frivolous
i liaises hurled at. ine tiy professional
politicians designed ' l'luff or
frighten me from your committee
were of no avail.
"lint lor several days prior to tiie
election of Novemlwr 1 f 1 0. S'ate
Chairman Harris liy letter informed
me that my place on your commit-
tee had Ikpii declared vacant and
f liiis. I'. Kiinyan liis lnisiiK'ss asso-
ciate named in my stead. At this
time I was in perfect health and per-
fi riniiiK the ilulies imposed upon me
by tliose who had elected me to
jour committee. Then why v. s such
unwarranted action attempted?
Where Did the Money Go? ..
"i'lMt fiv no other reason Mian
that 1 was a COIyORICIl RIOI'I'llU
CAN. My membership on the com-
mittee had not been injurious to
Muskosee county for during the time
I was committeeman Muskogee vii:i-
ty liad none repulilican by major-
it ies riinnitiK from TMil lo !'2n while
iiiul'T my predecessor a wliite man
the county went democratic Rut de-
spile the fact that I was the sole
representative on said committee i
lii.uou colored voters men who have
been loyal to the republican party
from the day of their freedom and
who still believe in the principles
enunciated by Lincoln IVumlit for
by ('rant vinorizeil by Sumner and
livctl life to by Roosevelt yet you'
stale chairman for some self-anuran-
si'inenl without authority and reas-I
on through me would wound their
feelings stab their pride and mod:
their loyalty and fealty to Ihe repub-
licau parly in Oklahoma. Not only
have my fellow racemen given uti- j
flinehinglv their votes to the republi-
can party in the slate but in the
campaign of 1 9 1 0 they gave more
than $7."lii this amount by Okla-
lioniii negroes to representatives of
the republican committee with which
lo fight the "grandfather clause" and
although acting on the advice of a
distinguished emissary of the 'I'M'!
administration no party fight was
made oti said clause and although
not one cent of that money has eve'-
been returned to the negroes who
Rave it. yet in their hearts they still
have faith enough in the party to be-
lieve that the republican party in
Oklahoma might summon up suffi-
cient courage to fight for th0 nrt-
lection of the political rights of such
a large part of tne party.
A Dangerous Precedent.
"In declaring a vacancy in Mus-
kogee county as aforesaid the 'state
chairman laid a dangerous precedent.
For if Hie still e chairman can de-
clare a vacancy in one county ia
the state he can declare a vacanc
in every county in the state and
thus when suiting his selfish end
or purposes every eoinrnitteeinaa
Tlioi'r' a I'er in a nent
C'uiv for the
BROWN & BRIDGMAN ;
h) PtaoEr U - Night Pbosc Ni. 1 j
i- - -- 1
H. FRED ShJIDER
Place to buy Drug' Sundries
Toller .irtkles Jeelry ete.
Prescription! Safely Com-
pounded. 1C3 WEST MAIN STREET.
"M Reminds Me of
My Barefoot Days!"
'My Feet Never Get Sore Tired or
Chafed Now Because I Use TIZ."
"TIZ makes you feel like ;t boy
aKiiin. Nothing would hurt my feet
in those days even when I'd run
around barefooted with Rover over
rocks and pebbles and sticks.
"To be able now lo have feet that
never ache never get tired blistered
swollen or dialed or have corns cal-
louses or bunions is a ttlorio'.is rec
ompense for all the other aches and
pains one suffers in the winter of ;
life. TIZ makes the feet feel young
and voting !eet make you feel yoiinn
"l'e tried many things for my poor I
old tired feet for those bunions of -"I
j ears and for those corns that have
added wrinkles to my fa-'. I've tried j
plasters powders and ralves anil
nothing litis ever Riven the relief
that TIZ has. My feet are now stroic; '
and vigorous they never set tired
or swollen 1 have no corns callouses j
or bunions any morethey are boy's i
feet on an old man!" i
TIZ tdves instant relief and i ires
all foot troubles. It operates on a
new principle draws out all the pois- j
oiious exudations that cause foot mis- .
Don't accept a substitute. An el- i
derlv man especially has a mind of
. . t T.7
TIZ. i." cents a box sold every- j
where or sent direct on receipt of j
price by Walter Liitlfer Dode it
Co.. Chicago 111. Recommended by j
all Hi usr Stores department and gen-j
eral stores. i
might find himself declared off Ihe
committee and the same filled up by j
business associates of the state .
chairman. Talk about the bossism of j
'1 weed Rtteff Cox or Jlanna; talk I
about the tyranny of neorge III; who
of these in point of asinine bossism
or pet'y tryminy as shown by his
nelion ould equal the would-be boss
of Oklnhom.in - your present state
Notice of Application for Appoint-
ment of Guardian.
State of Oklahoma Carter County
ss. In County Court.
The State of Oklahoma to the next
of kin and persons interested:
You are hereby notified that M. 1).
Allen lias filed in this court an ap-
plication for the appointment of him-
self as guardian of the person and
estate of said Theodore Scott and
Katherine Scott and that said appli-
cation will be heard at the court room
of said court on the i2nd day of
Febrtiarv 1!M2 at one o'clock p. m
At which time jvw may appear and i
show cause if any you have why said j
application should not he granted. j
Witness my hand and the seal ot
said court at Ardmore in said conn- ;
ty. this 7th day of February l!)1t!. I
Ci. K. I.KKMAX.
CHAMPION & CHAMPION.
Thirty .lays from this date. I will .
apply to the Covertior of this Ftate
for a parole from a conviction in
the County Court on the charge of
unlawfully having possession of i
The grounds upon which 1 will asV .
for said parole Is reformation.
Dated this January 2?. 1912.
23-1 m BOR PRAZIEL.
An Ardmoreire Want Ad will find It.
Money on Farms
Without any delay whatever.
If y u want some money on
your farma come and
let ua talk the
GRAY Hi MAKES
!0U LOOK OLD
USE WYETH'S SAGE AND SUL-
PHUR AND YOUR GRAY HAIR
WILL QUICKLY VANISH.
Gray hair is a mark of ase aim
nutliing that can be said as to its
beauty will offset ihe disadvantages
to this mark of ane set upon your
Wyeth's Safte and Sulphur Hair
Remedy darkens the iiair and re-
stores it to its youthful beauty. Our
i;iaiidmothers and their grandmothers
before iheni used sane anil sulpha!
for darkening their hair. Xolhin?
has ever been lound more effective
for this purpose than these io time-
honored remedies bill Wjeth a mod-
ern chemist lias combined the two
with other ingredients which makes
a delightful dressing for the hair
and which not only removes every
trace of dandruff bur promotes the
growth of tin hair. It also stops the
hair from falling our and makes it
All druggists are authorized to re
Mind tie' money if il fails lo do ex-
actly as represented.
Uou't neglect your hair and dou'i
resort to old-time hair dyes. !et a
bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphui
from your druggist today and notice
the difference in your hair alter a
lew days' use.
This preparation is offered to th"
public at fifty cents a bottle and is
l eeoinnetuled and sold by all drug-
gists. BIG "SPUDS'" IMPORTS DUE.
Six Large Consignments of Potatoes
From Abroad Are Awaited.
New York Fob. 19. Six 'arse con-
signments of potatoes are expected
to arrive in New York from abroad
d iriiisr the next two days bringing;
tin- total receipts for the season
up to a million sacks. The duty on
the entire quantity will foot up to
Imports will decrease from now on
as Cerinany and France are bo'h
buying heavily in Ireland and K Ire-
land. This is the first year that
America lias gone abroad for pota-
toes since 190S.
In the I'nited States growers
raise about seventy-five bushels or
potatoes to the acres while in Eng-
land and Ireland the crops run from
1:00 to 255 bushels to the acre.
Almost Lost Hia Life.
S. A. Stid of Mason Mich. will
never forget his terrible exposure to
a merciless storm. "It gave me a
dreadful cold" he writes "that caus-
ed severe pains in my chest so it
was hard for me to breathe. A neigh-
bor gave me several doses of Dr.
King's New Discovery which brought
Rieat relief. The doctor .aid I was
on the verge of pneumonia but to
continue with the Discovery. I did
so and two bottle. completely cured
me." i'se only this quick safe re-
liable medicine for coughs colds or
any throat or lung trouble.' Price
"iOc and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar-
anteed by Ringer Drug Co.
Impair Mental Faculties
and should not be allowed to be-
come chronic. Whether caused by
heat or cold stomach disorders or
is the best remedy to take. It's
liquid r- effects immediate pleas-
(Hit to take. 10. 2?u r.n.l SO at
W. S. Wolverton & Sons
The Old Reliable Tinner
W. A. PRIDE
Is back at bis old stand on
Broadway equipped to take
care of your orders for
anything made of tin and
ti do sheet metal work.
Ask Your Doctor
Stop Tallin Malr An Elegant Dressing
Destroys Dandruff Makes Hair Grow
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
I HAVE some good close in vacant prop-
erty in Oklahoma City which I will
exchange for Ardmore property.
What have you to offer?
Write at once to:
CHAS. E. STEWART
MARIETTA .... OKLAHOMA
Ardmore National Bank
U. S. DEPOSITORY
Capital Surplus and Additional Liability .$220000X0
. W. STIART. Prrsideof. C. M. CAMPBELL. Vice President
K. W. RA.NDOL Vice President
H. D. MiCOLLOM. Assl. Cashier. P. D. MAXWELL Cashier
Fully Equipped in Every Capacity to Conduct a
First-Class Banking Business
2. "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.
S. 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.
ju. Start this "sure competence" method TODAY
by depositing $1.00 or more and do it REGU-
LARLY. We will add a liberal compound inter-
est to what you deposit.
SCHOOL BOOKS WALL PAPER PAINTS
T. N.' COLEMAN'S DRUG STORE
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A BARGAIN
See me at once. 8-room house lot
2C2xlaO; barn and orchard; block of
12 lots; prettiest site in city. Also
two nice lots 200x200 near old Har-
grove. Will sell or trade at your
prloe. L. L. TYER.
At F;rit National Bank or
Phone tted 421.
Do you use (be want ads?
"After four in our family had died
of consumption 1 was taken with
a frightful cough and limp trouble
but my life was saved and I gained
b7 pounds throuph Ufirif
W. K. l'atterson Wellington Tex.
K GET RESULTS
Do you nae the want aria?
For Sale at this Office
tabbed in neat pads of 100
each at 20c per thousand
10c per 1000
In Lots of 10.000
A. C. BURWELL
PHICE 60c nil! 00 T Ul PEl'OCITTS.
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 117, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 20, 1912, newspaper, February 20, 1912; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc145793/m1/2/: accessed July 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.