The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 188, Ed. 1 Monday, May 13, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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Arc! mere Monday May 13 1912
Trif DAILY AKDMORnr
diic Pailn rtimornif.
ARDVCPEITE PUBLISHING CO.
MDSKY SHiGS Freshen:
i itvovK Mansrer
JOHN F. EASLEY
E:."er-d at i:v IJt.i--ofT
THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF CAr.TER
COUNTY AND THE CITY
j ;t is ;f4 ''! Artnjo:.U- :' is
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
The Dn'f Ardmoreite.
( i- V'-ar
The Weekly A'drorete
(.-. by Ma. I
few days tbe cuttle? and (he thresh-
ing of Ci- oal crop b-i;:n. and
th a mean the 4is5ii.: of "fca-d
times " When Use f:ve-'i.-h-l saks
j . V t- y.-it
rw-rn the.r joamev irom uic
of th thresher to trie ral'roads.
Med an they 4.!1 W with ?'' cft'-
per b-'srj! oats trie ja-s-.ui of bar J
mr.s fc'e alo he?in. With
f;e b'-ii'.f.ir.K if t'.e ' iar ie-t
will tli r.u.r. of rnor.oT o-it
of 'h v for f!ti;ff aid begiu
an'- tli crn:r.f of a 'oir.s. y
th farmer. w:th th Iwal iar.V.'.
K.rrv iran-h of fade and b;i?!ne
i'l '!rxr'-n t:p" and. tr.- fit.-- th
rot ton bolls b.'n to oen and
blackbird f! azun. p-c- and r.U-n-tr
mi!! r'zn ript'me !.i tl.:. th--cbohm
.ten jattc? ci:cuni.-ian' e that
M h'm pr ut-rshed for lh? t
torn'" cf a
zene'aj fhootinc :n'o l-'.e de;ot LIVi
.th ir.ni-ft-tii wj.r.en )ii!drm
;li it J tte reckless j
Monkeyi Storrr.ed Obra'tar.
A ir.o:ern Bat of G.b'iltar lock
p!ae in the old Voorith rattle used !
u a c'tI! p-'op t-c'. n the moc- i
keys that icfut tte Rck k and The !
!'foii mardrf One tnonev Lear.j !
ttoi.ed Sn'or Warden Ctfetoa tc
dr:h and t.t- :.ac Cn .. crove
their human foe'. lrito the prison. Tte
monVe? hav br n cocfidred a!a:ot
tax Ttey ar- Bairtry ai acd are
tte only rcoDieys ;a Euiope not ic '
NUMBER OF PFOVINENT OFFI-
CIALS OF THAT LISE IN CITY !
SATURDAY SIGHT. !
who -re here:
NEGRO GUN TOTERS
tion on t.v.-
or M.CJtat.on o!
Ti.e Ardnior-;te siaoij 'u-
rwted uj-on its l--u broJbl to t!.e
fc-ter.t.cn of tb- wuhdt' rnei'-.
Ar. -rrrj'-o j r .
ta:attr stand. ri-
ar.y 1rson. t-"n
h:t nay a;-a.-
i: :(:.' f Mar.aj.' r if!i' e ;'
Cty Kd'ior's Off
l.c;.x l'..-'anc- "
Artimore Monday. May 13 1912
Tberr tl.ojd 1- a ww. r::d!y
; forreJ in this and fery othr cour.-
HSk'nn the i.ri.T.:.-cjo.s 'a:;-
ins of f:r-arm!. At th" union dej-oT
in t'ts r it y a few days aeo. he:.
f on n'-rro ran "ill and .-hot :io'h
' to d'ith on th deivt ji'.a'form. :
was j'l-t at 'he lira'- the ;iaH!C-r
j tra'n a- d'ie '.rout the south on .
."anta Ke. The white wa tin-' rt
a- f:Id to overfloainz ih wom-ii
and hildren. h:Je rh- frenzied n-
; ?ro was jt!nriin2 l'-at d.re'-tly to-
ward th open door of thia roo.ni
The only thins that saved a t"
' fiora le'n7 fenously. if not fatal'y
hurt. wa the (a't that he was
! rlcfif to his vktim that he cri'i'
not io-;.-) hi y mips him
The nero as a pjI. is an mule
yirahle c-if zen at bet and the "pun .
toting" neirro is j.articularlv undeeir-
ahle. When the unrestricted sale of
firearms permits a n"pro. inflamed
buy a miniature
rannon and lay for the man w:iu.-e
scalp he is after at one of the
is ; most crowded pla es in the r-.ty i'
should be done.
shadow : The negro in question may have
immediate : been Jugur:-?! in kiilinc the man
he killed we do not Itnow anvtlnns
that but notbins ran ii
8urfried Japanese Huttand.
Out of burning Jealousy Torakk tl ( (hirf .r j. B
Hatano ratnea d.oi tits a ciuu on
tis wife. Tctl who was asleep lc bed.
Tte bloi renderei the woman sense-
less and 'tis surprised tte brute of a
busband Japan Tiu.ee.
ritK Ruck Uind oSttsils ho er-i 0 ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THI COLUMN AMOUNTING TO LESS
sjppouM to Lave bn her? Kriday j tman ONE DOLLAR WILL BE ACCEPTED UNLESS THE CASH ACCOM
can.- u late Saturday eveu:na an-i j paniES THE AD. ADS THAT AMOUNT TO MORE THAN ONE COLLAR
u.tei !nit!u the tom;ac'e pro.-: yyn.L Bt CHARGED TO ANY RESPONSIBLE PERSON.
eity ; ere r t iirnea inuay inoib.u
tj the rionfc.
1 he ioIloJiig wers amonj; tnose i
Unable to Count Beyand Four.
A i lose otiener tas deSniteiy ea- !
tabl:sbed 'he fact that marpies and
rooks cannot coutt further than fo'.'r I
A rook secr returns to its test r.r:;l
It is qjite satisfied 'la: there Is no'
darker r.eir V. hen fou' fcn'ers or!
Ies dejared in succes? on frf.m a
nea'-by it-jr cabin 'he r.k oiJid !
turn to :t rjest after the ia&t tad 1
gole out of a ghT. Hut believer there ;
mere mere tte bird lost count and re- j
turned to !ta nest even mbile some
were still in the hut.
condition. Pnee must be reason-
able. Address Box 311 Ardmore.
'oni nj of a bountiful
the most aouiidant in
T-i his tion tf n
make this a most noted and sought
fcfter e. tion of the country. That
fouOiern Oklahoma ha .-4 be-ii trave
in- a rouKh and rut'ced road for the with jealousy to
j-att to years none '.ll s-eek to
dtny. bit mith the harvesting of the
tremendous oat crop which no
assured the gloomy wings of adver-' is rime something
s:tv ill lift their pall-lik'-
from over not only thU
section 1ut from the entire state
Advices from tbe outlying districts ' about
of Carter county say that within a i found that can l claimed
History Repeat! Itself.
Not long Mnce a restaurant was
lar'ed on Tinth s'reei just north of '
Market It as called the Naioleon."
and the name mas on the window In ;
large let'ers When the place failed j
not long afer starting some crul
wag chalked under tbe mord "Napo-
leon" "at Waterloo." Pittsburg XJis-patch.
FOR AUTO DRIVE call 615 coun-(
silvev. chie : cj;v. d:iveg. Home pLone
u:r'at h.-; K. itarding ronnn-i ia ' t-t re(j j. y. Holland. 22-lm
agent; V. W. Tinaman sutrinind-j
enl for the Ute of Oklahoma: .1 j WANTKD To rent June 1st a six or
il 'i. e. suinnteiident for the south- ' seven room modern house in good
ern division; U. Couablan guiet.r.-
teiident for the lndraii T'-riitoiy di-
.km; L. li. l'.ercoine. genera! su-
perintendent; C. V. Jone ?ener;il
manager: C. L. Rupjiert. sui-nii-t-ndeiit
of the Panhandle J.m'.-ioii
As pte'iicted in the Ardmoreite that
thty o.iid thee uentli men ail -aid
ti.at they .(. aimply makiiss a tr.;
of in.-i e tion and that ih-ir trip had
lioihir.e to do with the buiidiim of
the Va;:fika extension. However
they ae it out to an old railroa'i
man of this city that it would prob-
ably be but a short trine until th:s
extension would be built. This gent!"-
inan ho.-e name is withheld at h
renuest s-avs that they each and
FOR RNT New meioom Di'ria-
Jow unfurnished modern. Mrs. Gar-
Lett Johnscn. Phone 164. 22tf
WANTED To buy all kinds beer and
whiskey bottles rubber brass cop-
per iron bones etc C. P. Hall
the Home Outfitter Mm
every one said that the road would
I- built and tlrat very shortly.
WANTED You to know I am stand-
ing my nice young full-blood Jersey
bull season spot cash. Will
send colored man for cows. Phone
WANTED Old stoves household
goods refrigerators narness any-
thing. Weaver's Second Hand.
Phone 411. S-lm
rurt Kh.N'T 5-room home on Nortj
Wash:ngton. All modern converg-
ences. Tom Roberts Barber Fnop.
FOR RENT Two boutheaat furnish-
ed light housekeeping rooms all
modern conveniences. C02 W. Main.
Phone H5C. Mrs. Will Roberts.
FOR RENT Three uufurnishtd
rooms with pas water and l.ghts.
Phone Wue "til. 12-H't
Death at Sanilarium.
L. Pierce of Ravia who ucently
underwent an opera fion for rupture
of Th" bowels died at the Hardy
sM'itai Jin Saturday. He was h uh1
"Was her bridge whlat party a auo jn Rfjs Hi .emet.v yesterday
cesa?" "Yes Indeed. The woman
ahe wanted to win got tie prize."
A worthless dog and a bad ryta
tlon are hard thing to lose.
Standard Goods Bought From
YOUR LOCAL GROCER
and help reduce your tabic expense while the use of pro-
ducts bought through the aid of Lotteries Premiums Cou-
pons and other lake methods as are employed by the Soap
Clubs and roving peddlers can only brinjj disappointment.
One penny's worth of Baking Powder effects the result of
fifty-cents wor th of Flour Sugar Butter Eggs Extracts Etc.
Therefore you should avoid the cheap and big can kinds
and use only
Calumet Baking Powder.
Calumet received the Highest Award at World's Pure Pood
Imposition Chicago; also awarded the Grand Prize and Gold
Medal nt Parii Imposition 1912.
Calumet is a High Grade powder sold at a
moderate price your money back if not
the best powder you have ever used.
SOLD EVERYWHERE ALWAYS DEPENDABLE.
Order Now From Your Grocer.
WE SKLL RLCOMMKND GUARANTEE AND USE
CALUMET BAKING POWDER.
T. FELKER Phone 174
j. LANE rnone
A. CLARK Phone 633
qq Phone 160
O. W. COX Phone 31
CHADDOCK EROS Phone 599
C. CROSBY Phone 450
TOM ECHOLS Phone 673 FRANK
W. H. GLOVER Phone 417
HOLT BROS Phone 666
J. D. LANE Phone 81
P. L. MARTIN Phone 391
J. 3. McCHAREN Phone 644
W. E. McCHAREN Phone 302
MclNTYHE 4. ABBOTT Phone 632
MclNTYRE BROS Pnone 912
PETTITT Phone 405
W. J. REILY Phone 350
WILL C. SCRIVNER. .Plicne 253
PORTER STAPLES. ... Phone 19
WILKINSON ROSy . .Phone 352
B. F. WYMORE Phone 393
PEOPLES MER. CO.. .Pnone 369
J. B. MANSFIELD. ... .Phone 711
BRADY & BRADY Phone 51S
THE WILLIAMS CO1.. . Phone 242
The Ardmoreite Is authorized to
announce the following candidates
subject to the choice of tbe Demo-
cratic voters at the state primary
to be held August 6 1912.
FRED HAY ME.
1. R. BEST.
U J. AKERS of Woodford.
JOHN J. YELL.
REGISTER OF DEEDS.
S. S. TOLSON.
ll.l. ft. liAKDNEK of Glenn.
S HELTON W. TYER.
W. B. FRAME.
CAPTAIN W. R. WOOD.
A. J. HARDY.
L. G. SH ELTON.
K. F. (L'ob) TURNER.
W. FRANKLIN BOURLAND.
W. K. FREEMAN.
f. F. WINFREY.
FOR CONGRESSMAN AT LARGE.
Vote for Three.)
PAT GOULDING of Enid.
l!OH ECHOLS ol Elk City.
Vim.'M. FRANKLIN of .Madill.
WANTED To teach you Shorthand
at home. Mail Course in Spencerian
Shorthand $10. Easily learned.
Easily written. Easily read. Sel-
vidjre Business College Ardmore
WANTED District Manaeers for our
Limited Accident and Health Pol-
icy Department. The men who tan
qualify for these positions must
he callable of managing agents aDd
be iersonal producers.
FOR RENT Housekee;;iug rooms
cheap; modern; gas and lights fur-
nished. 115 Third Ave. X. W.
Phone red S('l. 12-J
FOR RENT Well furnished rooms
tur light housekeeping; close in.
Apply 15 Fourth Avenue north-
west. Phone Red 491. 12-U
IF YOU want to rent or buy see
R. T. Dallas. He has some gocd
ones. Phone 504. 12-U
men we offer highly remunerative
contracts with positions of perma-
nence and desirability. The Policy
Premiums are $5 and $10 per an-
uum. Dept. G National Life In-
surance Co.. l S. A. 29 South La-
Salle St. Chicago.
FOR SALE FiDe milch cow fresh.
See R. H. Rogers the one-horse
U0 ACR FARM. So mile frnm Sr
To such L lxmis 6t acres in cultivation; 140
J. R. DEXTER.
Rates. Easy Terms.
1XANS City and farm loans long
time promipt service and lowest
rates. City property for rent or
sale. Phone 96. O. M. Redfield.
1 SELL AND .RENT TYPEWRITERS
and handle ribbons carbon paper
o;l etc. G. P. Selvidge. Phone 310.
acres good land houses and tram;
ready for business; to trade for
$4OD0 worth of Ardmore property.
See W. A. Edwards. 12-tit
FOR SALE Thoroughbred White
Leghorn hens cheap. Phone 570.
FOR SALE Gun and bicycle shop
tools and sundries good location.
Reason for selling owner dead.
Apply Mrs. J. A. Roberscn Ard-
more Oikla. 12-b't
$25.00 GAS COOK STOVE for sale
cheap also one gas heater. Phone
412. C. H. Butler. 12-3
FOR SALE Bois dare posts cheap
for cash. Joe Bastine. lo-lm
FOR SALE Good gentle family
driver and buggy. Al Rice. 30tf
FOR EXCHANGE 1 nave a nice 4-
rooni cottage two large lots im-
proved with barn fruit trees ce-
dars water and sewer wtiicn 1 de-
sire to exchange for a piece of pro-
perty of similar value closer in.
Property is located at the corner
of Sth Ave. and H. street X. W.
Look at it and tell me what you j
have to trade. J. W. Johnson Mllo
FOR SALE Piano one of the best
made good as new cheap for cash.
Apply Judge Gait Confederate
FOR SALE 'Fresh young Jersey
cows and heifers. Can use fat
cows in exchange. F. J. King.
Phone C6. 7if
U. T. REXROAT.
JUSTICE OF PEACE.
(Two to vote tor.)
HAL M. CANNON.
I. W. LI TCilEK.
LEE TODD of Hewitt.
unable to Count Beyond four.
A c'iOfv ubterver bas definitely es-
tablished !)k- fact that magpies and
rooks fiinnui count further than four.
A rook nevei returns to tta nest until
It ia quite satisfied that there is no
danger near When four hunters or
Ipfh depart.; in soccer n from a
near by log cabin the rnok would re-
turn to Its nest after the last bad
gone out of night. But w benerer there
were more Hie bird lost count and re-
turned to its nest even while some
were still in th but
Ancient Vaults Exposed.
During heavy rains in Kildare
county. Ireland a portion of the walls
1 of historic Kildare abbey. Castltrier-
i mot became undermined and fell
when it was discovered that under-
I neath were vaults In which were
j skulls' and b'"nnn remains. It is cal-
1 cuiared that i.ite remains have been
there for tbe last eight centuries
'since the time the abbey was a mon-
CH1CKASHA PROPERTY to trade
for Ardmore property dwelling and
trackage property or laud near Ard-
more. Address S. L. Chapman.
Cbickasha Okla. 1-1 2t
MALE HELP WANTED.
COLORED MEN wanted immediately
to prepare for Ardmore Clerk-Carrier
and other Government exami-
' nations. Write for free lesson. O
SALiSMEX to take orders for Cut
Rate Groceries. Outfit free. Expe-
rience unnecessary- $30 weekly.
Standard Mercantile Co. Hippo-
drome Bldg. Cleveland O.
District No. 2.
B. C. RICKETS.
W. M KUKPATRICK.
GEORGE L. EVANS otNewport.
District No. 1.
G. W. (Bud) Young of Berwyn.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
District No. 3. '
JAMES R. TALIAFERRO
of Lone Grove."
W. II. HUDGINS.
Cave Pet Lion to "Zoo."
The Bristol "Zoo" has Just been
presented with a fine young lion by a
young sportswoman who had brought
tbe animal up since Its capture as a
tlnr cub in East Africa. The ladr
bade her ret an affectionate adieu in
Its cage. London Mail.
If Your I
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR.
SOL F. KIMBREJX.
Narrowly tscapea ueain.
' A Loadon (Eng ) milk carrier who .
vaa wheeling his barrow "along the j
Streets at an early hour one recent
worn rag bad a miraculous escape 1
from death. A motor-car. which was j
far exceeding the speed limit cam
suddenly upon him hit him In tbe
ba : urried the barrow- over and
eat.hlng him up carried bJm on tbe j
axle under the bonnet for a distance i
of TOO yards. Tbe man sustained
broken ribs and severe cirta sad
An Ardmoreite YTant Ad will find It.
If it is worth
doing at all .
it's worth do-
at all timet u
Let us figure
with you ob
v your next job
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