The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 141, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 19, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREIT
Arttm&re Tdfs'day March 13. 1912
Spring Humors j
Oir.e to woft K"l :r"1 !
iMiuii'.i s I'imr1''''- t'lh'
rurti(m.s ljfi.ls loss (f :iw"'l''.
1ir. (1 f.dil.tf biliuUMK-FM iMliU'-Ml'.l
;mi h(;iil;ii he
The MKiniT u prt ri.l of them ln
b.tt.r. (Hid th. way ! pet n.I nf lli.-n. ;
iil lo build up thfi !--' ' 1(1 ' :lk'
Thr SpriiiR M'-ilirini par xcciiciio
..c kHiiun IV Uljl'fllJ.'tltU. lil'J
i i rinalM lit tin s.
rit it today in tibial 1il'ii'I I'"'
h. dialed tablets ki. own as S...ai
- i i .-1 1 1 a belter outlook ihan t 'icy hae
a :: :: n :: :: :: s :: ii SJ n k niat in-osent. The rains and nnows of
. . . . inMir
THINGS TALKED ABOUT
The.-e raits oiif-'ht to make i
ttearts of tho fannsr glad. Also
nrnthten the prospects of fishermen
'live us water
fish frow - New-
If there ever was a time when our
citizens (should give pntis1 for ftittir-'
prosperity it in now. The sale of the
sej.-rera'ed lands and assured demo-
cratic victory are both the lie i eh
brated in Ml!. Weekly Register.
The expense uf m.v.ntainini; th"
White Mouse in 19H wan $2S(U-"
n'ore than double what it cost in
1tt;. or an inert ase of 111 per cent.
In IM't; the White House was occu-
pied by a democrat in 1910 by a re-
piibli an Osase Journal.
heii an Oklahonian pays hU
512. .".u to defray the expense of tlu-
national ovenfment he is as patient
as a sheep before her shearing Hut
RATES Sl.OOrer month
OKLAHOMA REAL ESTATE
The way to prosperity is to
buy Oklahoma Farm Lands.
Tract of 40 to Alio acres in a
body at prices ranging from
110.00 to $.10 00 per acre will
prow Alfalfa t orn. Cotton and
OatB. Al.bO FAKM LUA NS.
J. E McCARTY
H. FRED SNIPER
THI-: FLACK TO Rl'Y
Druys. Sundries Toilet
Articles Jewelry Base
Ball Goods. Kishin
Prescriptions Safely Com-
pounded. 103 WEST MAIN STREET.
BROl S BRIDGMAN
U Pboii- 23 - Mfhl .boo: o. 1
No Use Arguing
Wfcn It correi to atoning
houfhcld goode etc. Ton will
find our facilities met every
requirement. We also haul
fooda anywhere. Prompt and
eareful attention given to every
Ptcee Ti txd v will do
J. L. WILSON
TPwANSFER AND STORAGE
when he rays his $1.0 for iiu.rpoHf.-s
of state pon'i niiKMit In- is as Inns-
tcroiis a lili-alinw mountain iat.
llcldfiivillc i uiocrat.
Tin- democracy of OUahoina Is
! J-1 is by its ((invention lo oppose
ii special session Ol the leuiclatniv
to support the hoard of agriculture
and the hoard of education and '(
iM'i'inl the edilca t iimal svstem of :1c
siate I rom the attacks of its enemies
The laimrrs ol Cradv county new
tl.e last le M'KS Hill l' pill lien
ho ie in the breast of every farmer
in Cradv eollntV. It looks like v.'e
ere L'oitur to have some old time
vields in Ciady county this season.
tlrad County Star.
While we are miming T. It.
J mipht run him lor Prophet of the
' Mormon church. It would jtive him
'an opportunity to expound one of his
j most progressive do trlnes. Ohero-
j kee leiublicall.
The tt-uth of the old sayiliK that it's
jan ill wind that blows nobody some
j uood is well demonstrated in the
i fact that the liipior decision will
(provide fat offices for about 2ihi dep
uty republican marshals in this wild
!am wooy Indian reservation. Besides
a fat salary they will also net to
drink all the liquor they take from
the boo i lexers like they used to be-
fore statehood. Wapaniicka Press.
A bicyi h; Is a very sate vehicle as
lony as it is kept in motion but th- !
'Moment it stops somebody gets ;l fall.
The same is true of a. nrowinn town.
The moment its people ate saiisiied j
with it and (pill pushing on the pedal
it takes a tumble that hurts some-
hod v. Keep pi-Uilinff bovs -Ada. !
An astern publication says thai
tin. rirht wav to hpciiio sirons inde- j
pendent newspapers is to Kive them I
Ment ions support. A very flood ser- j
inon iniiiht be jireached from this
text. Where an attempt is made t
eti( din au'e too many newspapers I'
should be expected that many of
tin in. If not all iniisr no sutisei vi-
nt to some interest in order to live.
When tlie liar nets to work. There
is one neuut iful thought about beiim
a candidate Only a week a-'o we
announced lor the office of represen-
tative and Mime that time we have
learned more about nuiself that we
inr dared to hope to know. On."
item was " that at some nine and a:
-nine place we edited a republican
paer.'' Before the campaian (los-
es we expect to learn thai we slide
a horse robbed a post ol I ire killed
oil'- man drank to excess ran away
with some othe. man's wife and for
it all we served time in half a dozen
l-enal liif tit ut ions. Such is tne reward
for beim; a candidate when the liar
ts to work- Indian Uilizen Demo-
crat. The terrible Teddy has announced
for the presidency against Tafl.
Whil" it makes no difference who
the republicans nominate-- the demo-
cials will beat ein this lime we
luudly see how the leal AnierU aes
can afford to violate all procedeiiis
and vote for this his bully tor a tniui
eini. He is a menace to the Auter-
n an uoveriimcnt. He's popular with
i he ralible and the rabble is lev or
reasonable. If he lives tour more
ve.us ue will witness the absolute
end of repulilici'.iiisin. The lit s' )n't r-
esi ot tne country (iemand an end lo
Koo-ev eltir-m and his party. --Poteau
V w s
Kir ;h'ee years the dtinociaiy of
'.Vneiiran luis (ontrlided that the
a. luMi. stratum o: Tall is a failuie
and should be repudiated. I.aFoll-
ttie Murdork and liristow have ron-
timd ilia' Tai't should be repudia-
ted. Now comes lioos(Velt eiidorsiip!
the ib inoi ratic contention ami the r '
luuliatien of Tatt. And every repun-
l: an who supiMUts the candidacy ol
'.ei.-evilt will vote for the repndla-
t on n: reiuh!iiiaii aiVninistrar.ou.
I !:us the iiiltentiou ot demoi lacy
; litis vindication amid the republics' ii
'.inks and those who have argued
.'a: the democracy is incapable !'
i-ov n nni- themselves adnn 1 1 ina thin
the ri publicans have tr.ed and failed
Notice of Application for Parole.
! Thirty davs from this date 1 will
! make application to the Governor of
the Stat of Oklahoma for a Parole
from a conviction in the District Court
of Carter County Oklahoma for
HanslaiiEhter. in 1009.
- The grounds upon which I will
make thi application is that I atn
This the 20th day c.f February
i 1912. JOHN R. RKEVES.
ARE TO BE ELECTED
REPUBLICANS ASSERT THEY
WILL ELECT THE CONGRESS
)klaili;llia will elect thlie coiltiiess-
in n ai laie tnis year. In a state
-:iiii l.ii iiiii it is raiher ilil'liciil; lor
the voter to always use jiood jml.-e-ineiu
in casting his ballot. Th- candi-
date himself cannot with any reason-
able expense to himself cover the stale
and appear bcloie the voleis of e;u a
proline! or even visit all the towns o:
the state. Therefore the vot.'-r will
amel ' il i ll'l nl 'li ! ' '
l!Uilll .1' LI Ml UiSI'M tnef select
ion. The press thut ha no Ijvur-
lies the press t'na' bus 11.1 axe to
Ci'ind bill stales jilainly the in on!
an I achievemeni s and tin: claims of
earn Candida' d it s a sei vb'u t ii.c
slat ' Oklahoma v(Hr I" ftoiliu to
i.-e i. 'e caie in the seloitiji if
men thev honor with office tne xot fi-
lms a riant to know soinethijia of
a man before his ballot is east an I
with thir. end in view the Ardmoreiie
will do its full duty to Die deini-
cratic v.iier- of southern Oklahoma
and will at the same time treat each
aspi iant for office fairly.
The republicans assert that tln v
will eleri the three congressmen
at lame and it is the duty of the
lb' nocrat ie voters to select the three
besi men to place ill the field as their
nominees. The ('eiiincratle juirty has
this ose opportunity to stay in power
in tliis state ami tliat is to be care-
ful to nominate only such men a
v.'t reflect el-edit UKUI the state an. I
upon the ileinocia'ic party.
The men who have staled so la
tliiu th"v will be candidates for con-'
arts-; in the slate at laiTe are;
i'at Ooiiliiina of Kjiid Kobert
Kihols of Klk City. V. II. Murra'
in Tishominao Kied P. Ilransoii of
Vuskoaee W. M l-'ratiklin of Madill.
M. P. KKernifin of Shawnee Claude
Weaver of Oklahoma. City .1. It. A.
Hoberisoii ot Chandler .1. P.. Tlinniji-
son of Pauls Valley.
A TEXAS WONDER.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles renioviui! srav-
!. cures diabetes weak and lame
backs iheuniiitNin and all irregular-
ities of the kidneys and bladder in
boih men and women. Keiinlates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sob by your dnitralst will be sent
by mail on receipt of $ 1 . . One
small bottle is two months' treat-
iiiPn! . ami seldom fails to perfect a
i ure. Send for testimonials from this
and other states. Dr. K. AV Hall
.".i; Olive street St. Louis. Mo.
.Mild by ilnlnaists.
Many sufferers from rheumatism
have been surprised and deliahtnd
with the prompt relief afforded by
applying Chamberlain's Liniment.
Not one case of rlieuma'isrn in ten
requires any internal treatment what-
ever. This liniment is for sale by
Railroad lime Table
No. r. .
ILMi a. in.
;t:0t; p. m.
.11:41 a. in.
4:0!) a. tn.
4. 2a p. in.
l:1fi p. m
ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM.
No. tijl . . .
No. tl7 4 . . .
1:45 p. tn.
.s : no p. m.
7 ;4: a. m.
3:15 p. ill.
-2". f:.iil a.
ai:! 12: "0 p.
527 :i:15 p.
5tK. S:50 p.
.'H i 4:15 p.
(Daily except Sunday)
5J1 f.:di) a.
.'lOil 7:15 a.
52tl 12:40 p.
514 4.45 p.
5lti CMO P.
Rooms Without Bath l IPO up
RoomsWith Bath i l.oo
CAr'E PRICES SENSIBLE
CLU EAKFAST2SC UPi
NOONDAY LUNCH 40
Quick Rei'ef Trial Package Mailed
Free to All in Plain Wrapper.
The Pyramid Smile.
Many cases of Piles have been cur
ed by a trial package of Pyramid Pile
Kem'dy without further treatment.
When it proves is value to you get
more from your druggist at ."i0 cents
a box and be Mire you Ret the kind
I you ask for. Simply clip out free con-
I pon below and mail today toa;ether
with your name and address on a slip
I of paper. Save yourself from the sur-
i geon'fl knife and its torture the doc-
! tor and his bills.
Free Pile Remedy
Cut out thin coupon and mail to
the PYRAMID DRUG CO.. 472
Pyramid Bldf.. Marfhall. Mich. with
your full name and address on a alip
of paper. A sample of the great Pyr-
amid Pile Remedy will then be aent
you at once by mail. TREE in plain
Out in California.
Porter Siapb's has received a lout;
Inter Irom C. P. Van Denberu who
is in California witn .Mrs. Van )eu-
iiera. He was at Imperial Valley
when he wrote and spoke in alovv-
iii!' terms (if tho country but he says
after all that southern Oklahoma litis
many advaniaais and in: ny virtues
which California does not possess
and after all he likes Oklahoma the
hotter. Mrs. Van Denbera who is
there for her health is much im-
proved and this will be aood news
to her friends here.
TT is easier bet-
ate r CHEAPER and
more convenient to buy
where you cangetlumber
shinoles. doors mill work
paints nails and hard-
ware in the same bill all
furnished bv the same
company. Think of this
when you are ready to
build and get prices from
There is a Permanent
Cure for the
WhisKey $ Drug
LIGHT YOUR HOME
Money on Farms
Without any delay whatevor
If yen want some money on
your farms come and
let us talk the
A. C. BURWELL
OF BONDS HERE
MAYOR DEPOSITS SALE PRICE
OF BONDS WITH CITY TREAS-
URER. Mayor ). Dawson returned from
Oklahoma City vesterday niornin.u.
When lie aliuhted from the train he
had in his hand an unpretentious
little ;rip which he had nursed upon
his knee all the way from the cap-
itol city to Ardmore. This morning
'ho mayor turned over to the city
treasurer the contents of the said
Tip which consisted of coin of the
realm or an equivalent therefore of
This iiinouut wag credited hy the
city treasurer as followc
Waterworks bonds sale price $50-
427. (Mi sinking mnd accrued inter-
est up to and including March 10
conns from Dr. J. T. Curtiss Dwipht
Kan. lie writes: "I not only have
cured had cases of eczema in my
patients with Electric Hitters hut
I nlso cured myself hy them of the
I same disease. I feel sure they will
j lienefit tiny case of eczema." Ifiis
i shows what thousands have proved
j that Electric Hitters is si most ef-
fective hlood purifier. It's an ex-
i cellent remedy for ec.ema tetter.
salt rheum ulcers boils and running
sores li stimulates liver kidneys
and hovvcls expels poisons helps
digestion builds up the strength.
Price 5o cfs. Satisfaction guaranteed
hy Kinaer Drug Co.
"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.
jx 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.
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.
Ardmore National Bank
U. S. DEPOSITORY
Capital Surplus and Additional Liability .$220000.00
i. W. STl ART. President. C. M. CAMPBELL. Vice President
R. W. RANDOL. Vice President
H. D. MiCOLLOM. Asst. Cashier. P. D. MAXWELL. Caabier
Fully Equipped in Every Capacity to Conduct a
First-Class Banking Business
SCHOOL BOOKS WALL PAPER PAINTS
T. N.' COLEMAN'S DRUG STORE
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A B ARGAIN j
See me at once. S-room house lot
!62xl5'i; barn and orchard; block of
12 lots; prettiest site in rity. Alio
two nice lots 200x200 rear old liar
grove. Will sell or trade at your
prloe. L. L. TVER.
At First National Tank or
Phone Ked 421.
Do vou use the wart as?
"After four in our family had died
of consumption 1 was taken with
a frightful cough and lunp trouble
but my life was saved and I gaiLtd
b7 pounds through usinp
W. R. Patterson Wellington Tn.
mice toe inJii eo t u DPircit
Health is the foundation of all good
looks. The vise woman realizes thig
and takes precautions to preserve her
health and strength through tho pe-
riod of child bearing. She remains a
rretty mother by avoiding as far as
possible the suffering and dangers of
such occasions. This every woman
may do through the use of Mother's
Friend a remedy that has been so long
in use and accomplished so much
good that it is in no sense an experi-
ment but a preparation which always
produces the best results. It is for
txternal application and so penetrating
In its nature as to thoroughly lubricate
every muscle nerve and tendon in-
volved during the period before baby
comes. It aids nature by expanding
the ckln and tissues relieves tender-
ness and soreness and perfectly pre-
pares the system for natural and safe
motherhood. Mother'! Friend hat been
used and endorsed by thousands of
mothers and its use will prove a com-
fort and benefit
to any woman in yROU)Cw
need of such a h
remedy. Mother's .TlAQfUJ
Friend is sold at - rs
drug stores. Write for free book for
expectant mothers which contain
much valuable information.
IKADFIUD lEGULATOI CO. AtlaaU Ca.
The quickest and mot permanent
result in niy practice have been ex-
perience in the treatment of insom-
nia cases. Insomnia yields to chi-
ropractic treatments very readily. Dr.
Howard S. Cox Chiropractor Noble
building phone 409.
Think of .M.BATJtO-SS when you
fee your grocer.
Do you ie the want adsT
For Sale at this Office
tabbed in neat pads of 100
each at 20c per thousand
In Lots of 10.000
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 141, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 19, 1912, newspaper, March 19, 1912; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc145817/m1/2/: accessed June 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.