The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 117, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 20, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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ArUmoft Tuesday February 20 1912
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
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Ardmore Tuesday February 20 1912'
SALE OF SURFACE LANDS.
Su it )i i n ilvlalioma is to lie "'un
'has. II. Carfr
has sin-i -ceded in
getting legislation passed that will
: . . h 1 1 1 in the sale of tin- surface mill-
i nil hinds ol the Chi" l.asavv and 1
Choctaw nations. While. Curler coiin-
ty and the comities surrounding it
hae but little of these lands yet )
the. country about Cimlgate and M-
Al" st. r is nearly all segregated and
those cities will be greatly 1 "' i
titeii hy the new legislation. Tho
lull has been signed by the pros- j
dent ami is now a law. The Daily i
Aidniorcite of last Friday carried
the lull l"-t of the law anil 1r
Weekly AidnloreHo of February Z j
w ill also carry the full t-t of the .
law. Those who are Interested in
Ihe method and terms of the pur-
hii.-e may ohlain tin- InfornKiiion
they m-cil from elilier of those two
snn s of the paper.
Charley ('alter lias represented the
Fourth ilislrii't in congress since j
Mnlehood anil lie has given univer-
al sat isfact ion excepl in the one j
thing that he bad not secured a
law for the sale of the surface mill-
i ihI lands. The exchanges in the
Choi law nation at one Ihne com
plained that he was making poor!
bead a;iv on this needed legislation!
and grew impatient. Air. '.'artcr
.as active In the wnrl all the
time but was delayed by the Indian
.owiiiois and other prominent ln-
'Ijaiis including their representatives
il Washington but he triumphed
ofr tin-in and obtained the passage
id the law. Had lie Hot been of
hull hi idood himself he could nevor
hae secured the legislation and
after all lie is Ihe best man this
'INtri.t could hae had in com-re-is
i-t thi lime.
The pa;. sane of tin' lull is mil
. nl :i piei e of wis.- legislation for
the ib i li)inent of the country
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FEBRUARY CO I 1
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SIX; COUPONS Of
I'hI out Ihe boT' coupon with At olifr of ronwriillT ilntr. nil
mr:il tlirm t lhl olllr. wllll Hit" rM Umin imounl hrrrln i-t
vnmx.110 any ulilnuf Dlillonary mHs-I1 (nhlrli rovrr Ihr II rum of (lis
r i-okt i.f pai-Llnir. ltrrn from llio fiwlorr i-lifirklnK rlrrk hlra ami other
T unmimr) l-.l'l.Nsh llroiMl mill re-rlie your rluli-0 of tlire tlirr. boikiit
f t. .f aa (Like illustration in
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S DICTION A RYalH' conH'rs rounded ; beautiful strong durable. Besides J
t lllnvtmia l'lc feiieral contents as dcsiribcd elsewhere there are maps
T and over 600 subjects lieautifully. illustrated by
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T valuable charts in two colors and the
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Li New Maaar4 tnniiing utcb is in
fS DICTION AMY tuH 1 ""
i IMwtnlM in Olive l Lipriur
i cJkh P'M I Bobujof
K with unnare Cithpi SIX m
Cwcln Ckm d It oiC
Aar Bo4 br MmSL
but it endears Mr. Carter to bis
)r(le .'and removes every bujee-
ti. that has ever been urged
against Mini as a representative !
the district. Thr.- is n probability
iliat he will have no opposltUfi in
he roi'ihu election. No man could
haw "lone more in congress for Ins
.;. than iias C'hailcy Carter.
There was n"V.T a leaner or a more
worthy man elected for congress
from any state and the longer be
stays there a greater factor he be-
. ono s ill national l"gisla'ion and it
would be a crime avainst good gov-
i i mucin in iklahoma to tail to l''-
J j in to the halls of congress.
Mr. Carter lias another bill pending
1 1 l is of wist importance to the
; eople ol ea-t' i n Oklahoma. This
hill lias tor its object the quiet ill'-'
()f til l--i to Indian hinds and is r
more iinporlance than the bill which
was sinned yes' flay by tile presi-in-lit
pi ov i'liim for Hi"' sale of the
hlil.i.e mineral hinds. The impolt-
ance of the iM-iidiim hill was pointed
out h an atlicle by W. A. I -'! '"
1 1 - n tl(. Siniilay issue of the Ard-
u i rt ne .mil iii I hat an b e M r. I.ed-
lielC I' II I'll" '"I the people (if tills KI--
linn Hi' tin- Stat"- to get ae'ivc In
i he iii.'i'tei- and ln-lp Mr. Carter so-
i lire ils passage. Tin- complexion of
( oiigr"ss has I h'" ii changed sine
i it" hood the democrats there are
! . -co n i i Mir more numerous and prcjn-
liie a-iainst Oklahoma is disappear-1
iinr and tin- state lias a better
clianc. now to gel wise legislation
than i' has had at any other time .
.. ini " statehood (iklahoma is uu-;
ii r many obligations its i mi- !
gr s-iiieii and especially Is this part i
dl'ihe .-.tat"' miller obligations to
Congressman Carter ami Senator i
(lwn for ili?ir unceasing fight in our
lie half. i
.blier.-on county is today holding
an election to determine whether
Ryan or Waurila shall be the coun-
ty seat. At a former election in
that county liyan SusnVn and Wan-
lila were in the battle and fiug-
ili'ti ri'icived the smallest number
of Miles and was eliminated from
this election and the battle is on
between liyan and Waurila. In III''
ot her elect ion Waurila receive"! more
votes than Kyan and the Waurila
I'fricnds say tjiat. theij- town fvill
win easily today over Kyali.
Pugilist Ketchel Dy'ng.
Cllicago Feb. 111.- .loe Ketchel. a
Chicago pugilistf! is reported to be
"Iving as the result of a boxing ex-
hibition with "Hilly"' Walters at the
n.n.il training station in North Chi-
cago a suburb Sunday. He col-
lapsed In the filth round of the
contest and physicians say lie can-
not live. He is suffering from hem-
orrhages of the brain and his right
sine is paralyzed. Xo arrests were
made Sunday night but an iiiM'sti-
galion will be started Monday.
Contest Cioses March 1.
For the reason that the Context
f-Mitor will be out of town for sev-
eial days the Hargrove Scholarship
contest will not close on lh' eveli-im.-
ol February Tl. but will close
ai il o'clock p. in. March 1. The
t wo leaders are very " lose togethei-
. 1 1 1 I the eMeliiol of lime will give
.;ii 1 1 of i lii'tn a chance lo do some
.-nod work at the close. U 1 1 1"
I Ice is a message of hope mid
good cheer from Mrs. C. .1. Martin
iiooii" Mill V-i. who is the mother
if eivhleen ih'llren Mrs Martin
wis cured of stomach trouble and
consiipatiiiM hv Chamberlain's Tab.
h is :ilt'r five years of suiferin-r. and
now recommends these t.ibbls to
ii- r'lblie Snlii bv nil dealt rs.
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Dictionary coupon and the OC '.
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WIBSTIR- nJ tutk; has Mine
New SUMarf airr. Mine illu.tia-
DICTION AKY tiuns but all
llliralr oL the Col- I EiHua
ored lair iBoauaofi
and charts arc omitted. SIX I a Qa i
22c Extra for FcaU W
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1 Bake your food with a
pureCream of Tartar
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I A pure Cream of Tartar
I . .a product
1 IjAlh Ibssos
NEW YORK CITY
MAY BECOME STATE
MOVEMENT BEGUN TO CREATE
COMMONWEALTH TO EE CALL-
New VorU 1'eb. lib-If the move-
ment set oil foot in New Yolk this
week is carried throo.nh a new siar
will be added to the national lias
within the in-xt year or two. The
proposal does not look to the admis
sion of Alaska to the union as might
be supposed' but to trie ermitlnn of
the state of Manhattan with bounda-
ries practically the same as those
of Creater New York e.vccpf Ilia'
ihe whole of l.oni; Island would be
included instead of only u part as
al present. The plan is being push-
ed in all seriousness and a bill for
in i 'omplishiim this purpose has been
introduced in the stale legislature.
Itefore the new state r.nn become a-i
actuality the proposal for its crea-
liou nitiNt be voted upon by the.. peo-
ple of the city and those of the state
..ml tht'M- aition if favorable would
have to be ratified by the president
ami ciiii V;s. While there seems
little doubi that the citizens of
ihe metropolitan district would vote
for a divorce from the Vest of the
state it is doubtful if the residents
of "up state" would consent since
the state derives two-thirds or
more of ils revenues from various
taxes contributed by Ihe city. It is
pointed out by those behind the new
movement that the state ol' .Man-
hattan would be the richest in tho
country and tbat only two oiners
would have a luruer population. 'I he
cost of running the city is at pres-
ent lf'il00n(ion and will soon pass
the $2Hn.(Mn.nnft mark which of
cours is in excess of tho novcrn-
mcutal epeiises of any of the
states. Tin' new commonwealth
would make a pood show in;: in oth-
er respects than those of wealth
and population too for iis anti'ial
output in manufactures would lie
nearly M"ui0itnnfln and its coni-
nier.v would amount t.i nearly
iinO.ii'iO nun or more than half that
of the whole nation. Incidentally
''iiiimany Hall is in favor of the
new plan as most of its "louhles as
a political orKan.ial ion come from
revolts oriul.latimr in other parts cT
Ibis is the season of the year
when mothers feel very much con-
eer-ied over the fifrpient -old.-- con-
tiiKted by fielr i-hildren md have
. abundant reason for it as every cold
! woikens the l inns lowers the vi-
: tality ond aves the way for 'l.e
! more serious diseases that sn often
follow. Chamberlain's Comh rem-
edy is famous for Its cures .mil is
pleasant and safe to take. For sale
hy all dealers.
KePd ARCO a mid feed for
horsvs and cows; put .up in 100-lb.
sacks delivered in barn for 00 cts.
cwt. This Is a carefully prepared
feed manufactured by the Ardmore
Oil Mill'nc Co. liltf
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE EROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggifts refund money If
It fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S iif-
nuture ii on each box. TDc.
4al i l
FEBRUARY 20 IN HISTORY.
lo-9 Appaeiance of James Wallace
the Kn.nlisli tragedian in Amer-
ica. ISfJa Five volcanoes burst forth
simultaneously in Central .Amer-
ica attended with tremendous
eanlni'.ialc w hiiti sunk three
lame towns besides many vil-
i The Kussdaiis attacked huro-
patoria which was defended by
the Turks and were repulsed
with a heavy loss
i -Charleston S. C almost sur
rounded by efderal troops.
1875 Survey o Uie canal route
across tho isthmus of Panama.
1908 Tho American battleship fleet
arrived at Callao J'eru.
General Stoesscl the Russian
commander at Tort Arthur wu.-
lounil guilty and condemned lo
death. Sentence was commuted
to ten years' Imprisonment
1909 The Grand Duke Vladimir of
in; 1 The Federal General Navarro
captured Guadalontpe Mexico
forcing General Madero and his
army to retreat.
There is no better medicine made
for colds than Chamberlain' Cough
Remedy. It acts on nature's plan
relieves the lungs opens the secre-
ti)ni aids extieetoration: and re-
stores the system to a nealihy condi-
tion. For sale by all ifealers.
ricnty of fine "refl rust proof see-.l
oats at Campbell & Campbell's North
Caddo street. 16-3
twice as much
light for the samp
rsfcjS.ki - anv anirle.
104 West Main
ft T Lit G..-. 1
f WO BOON
Bip Hand flour and good
read. If you employ the first
rou are always sure of the sec-
ond. They go together even
when accompanied by only
moderate baking skill. Order
i sack of Big Hand flour from
your grocer. Don't mix it
ith other flours. G;ve the
Bip Hand a chance to show
.vha it can do by itself.
Tyler Simpson Co
Wholesale Distribute re.!
ON ALL LADIES' SHOES
IN PATENT TAN VELVtT AND
.ALL DULL LEATHER
Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Only
50 PAIRS OF $3.50 VALUES SIZES 2 TO 3 1-2
l. W. KRUEGER The Shoe Filler
NO ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THIS COLUMN AMOUNTING TO LESS
THAN ONE DOLLAR WILL BE ACCEPTED UNLESS THE CASH ACCOM-
PANIES THE AD. ADS THAT AMOUNT TO MORE THAN ONE DOLLAR
WILL BE CHARGED TO ANY RESPONSIBLE PERSON.
WANTED A horse to do light work
for its feed. Phone U&l. 1C-3
I SELL AND KENT TYPEWRITERS
and handle ribbons carben paper
oil etc. G. P. Selvidge. Phone 110
WANTED - 1 iressinaking and peneral
sewing. 21(1 A St. S. W. Mrs. Pearl
Douglas 7-1 m
WANTED Fancy or plain sewing all
work guaranteed satisfactory. 20S
C St. N. W. Phone 700-white 5-lm
Wanted To teach you Shorthand
at borne. Mall Course In Spencerian
Shorthand $10. Easily learned. Easi-
ly written. Easily read.' Selvidge
Business College Ardmore Okla
W A NTH D To stand my young full-
blooded Jersey bull. Season $2.50.
C. P. Hall 2S-lm
WANTED To buy all kinds of leer
and whiskey bottles. C. P. Hall.
RAILWAY MAII CI.EKKS Wanted
I'.hi.OO month. Ardmore examina-
tions May 4th. Preparation free.
Franklin Institute Dept. 317 M.
Rochester N. Y. " 7-1 m
TKl'STWORTHY MEN or women
wanted as local representatives or
responsible manufacturer. High-
class merchandise and clean sell-
ing methods. $12.00 per week guar-
anteed on easy condition.' with
possibility of $:'.0.00 and advance.
Kvperience not necessary. MANU-
FACTURER Pox 27$ Philadelphia.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Eight fancy vest with pearl
buttons gold band across buttons.
Will pay suitable reward. 'Phone
LOST Sunday on Main or Wash-
ington; green clolSenne enamel
belt pin. Reward. Phone 804. 19-3
LOST -Monday between J. 11. Akers'
residence on Xorth "Washington and
Crown Bottling "Works bunch of
keys. Finder return to Crown
Mottling "Works. 19-2
LOST In Ardmore February a
black bill book containing one
note for $175 two notes for Si'nu
each one note for $48 one note
for $S2.50 one note for $100 $20
in money and some cancelled notes.
Return to Mrs. A. W. Speake at
Woodford okla. for reward or
leave at Aidmorwite office. 20-ii
Feed ARCO a mixed feed for
hor.es 3nd cows; put up in 100-lb.
...l. .l.livori.l in liarn for 90 CtS.
I 3ii. na ....... - u "
cwt.' This is a carefully prepared
feed manufactured by the Ardmore
Oil & Milling Co. v 16tf
For an auto any hour call phone CI.".
Country drives or city calls. J. W.
U LDWrMif a ua snoiua uuw
twMil th wondt-rfal A
1 IM M Vll fjrlsc.
lint. It Clw
HUUl. .-t no
FOR SALE OR RENT Oliver Fov
and Remington typewriters reason-
able rates. J. Goldsmith Loan of-
fice. 6-1 in-
EGGS Khode Island Red ejgs from
the winter strain $1 30 and il 00
per setting of 15. Phone bhie-343.
If. T. Hunt. lfi-tJL
1-X)'r"SALE Sinai 1" tiru"ck"iarden or
chicken ranch nice location small
house 11th & X. "Washington. Rent
at $4.00 or will sell cheap and give
terms. 0. !M. Redficld. Phone 90.
FOR SALE 5-rooni cottage mod-
ern conveniences Cor. E and 2nd
Ave. X. V. price $1000 half easy
payments. Phone Green 842. 19-3
EGGS Pure Ured Pekiu and Indian
Runner ducks and Indian Cornish
game $1.50 per setting. E. D.
Haight Phone ISO. - 19-t
FOR SALE $1 per hettina of
guaranteed pure strain brown leg-
horn ?sps. Mrs. A. G. Graham.
Phone Blue 203. m
FOR SALE Or wii I trade for farm
lands close to Ardmore my home
place corner A and Rroadway. V.
A Niblack. 20-lm
WYCOFF STRAIXS7 C. yW. Le"g-
horns Pure Bred Buff Orpingtons
Prize "Winning UarrelT Plymouth
Rocks (the Pig Layers) Eggs $1.50
per 15. Mrs. Joe M. London.
Phone 23. OQ.3
FOR RENT Modern cottage close
in. John . Hoffmann. IS-.'!
FOR RENT Very desirable furnish-
ed rooms board if desired. Apply
209 A St. N. "W. Phone 732. 1 3 1 J
FOR RENT Two rooms for light
housekeeping all conveniences
dqae in. Telephone 30'!. is1.::
FOR REXT Housekeeping rooms
208 C St.. X. V.. between 2nd and
3rd Ave. Phone 700 while. 14tf
FOR RENT Four-room house barn
cellar one acre in orchard. Phone
621 J. S. Lane. ij.;;
WELL 'Flit NTS H El ) loTiisrboardi f
desired also rooms for light house-
keeping is Fourth Ave. X. W.
Phone red 491. iS-3
FO R " R EX T Xi eTT-romii"cat't aieon
corner I) street and Fifth avenue
X. V $12.50 per month. J. W.
FOR RENT One ;! -room house
ner Third Ave. and E St.. N.
Water and gas $S.00 per month
E.J-:. Guillot. Phone 8112. lS-t!
FOR RENT Large wellfuniishel
light housekeeping rooms. Every
modern convenience close in; chil-
dren no objection. 514 First Ave..
S. W. Phone CS0. 20tf
FlRSTsGLASS rooms and board for
particular people. Electric lighti
hot and cold watrNga heat 222
North Washington stret. Tele-
phone 93. Mre. W. R. Burnitt
FOR RENT Fine S-roora house all
modern conveniences; barn and
garden; one block car line. R. A.
Fox Phone 4C5. 3-lm
Coat Taken Through Mistake.
faken through mistake at the
reception at Mrs. Guillot's a long
black coat. Pleaw telephone Mre. B.
A. Simpsou who has the one left
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