The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 236, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 27, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore ThorMay June 17 It12
THE DAILY AROMOREITE
Could Lay Pin in Cracks. Four Long
Years of Eczema. Only Relief in
Scratching. Used One Set
cf Cuticura Remedies.
Hands Entirely Well.
'J ran truthful;? mt Outers Im-
d he cured me of four long yrars
of wm. A tout four year (?o I
noticed orre little rimpiw. coming on
soy little fccger. and tot giving it ur
auCition. it toou l4me worse uid
pnd tui over my htfi'i. If I would
hive there in for a long time
tbey would burn hie fcre aiid largo
crv Its wouJd come. I could lay a pin
is trx-m. After uing all the Jve I
could thifck of I wer.t to three different
iiK torr. but all did me no good. The
wJy relief I got was scratching.
' So after tieorUig to much about the
wonderful Cuticura Jleroedie. I pur-
chaned one complete w-t and after using
them thrf-e dave my hands were much
tetter. To-day my hand are entirely
well one rt-l being all 1 used." (Signed)
Muw Etta Narber R. F. D. 2. Spring
Lake Mich. Sept. 26 1910.
No ftronper evidence than thil could
given of the met and economy of
th Cuticura 1-U-nn-dK in the treatment
of torturing du-figuring humors of the
i-.kin. A dingie hot bath with Cuticura
Hoap and a g-ntle ancmting with Cuti-
cura Ointment are often sufficient to
afford immediate r-ln-f in the mot dia-
trewing awp arid permit ret arid sleep
when ail im faun. Cuticura Soap and
Ointment are equally effective in pre-
derviiig purifying and beautifying tha
kin Kal. hair arid hands.
Although Cuticura Soap (2.ri) and
Cuticura Ointment (:.) are tKiUi
throuchoi:t the vorW. a literal parnpli;
of each w.th '.:'.'. I ; on the ckui and
wa.'l . i l i'- iMii!" fr-e i'fi appniation
to I'otter I'rR t (.Mm. Corp. Lx.au
iB L'oMon Mati.
Well Well Well.
Crii-agu .Iune '- "Kootevelt and
Iran" ha'Jpes long ribbon stream-en-
h'-oe made their ajiparance in
Chicago. Feveral hundred have been
ilii-fihiited to sub.irban train passen-
gers. i the progressive headquarters
It was t-aid there wan no opiOHition
to the proponed ticket.
A vapor bath prepares the skin
to perform its functions of health.
At the Palace Rarber f-bop.
MONEY TO LOAN
Short Time Accomodation
Loans on Any Good Secu-
rity. Dealings Confiden-
tial and Satisfactory
H. B. HARTS
Room 2 Noblt Bidg.
tin m max drives
Headquarter California Rei-
taurant : rbote 616 or
Residence Phone 607
W. II. ROGERS
LIGHT & POWER
LIGHT YOUR HOME
No Use Arguing
Wten it comM to to ring
aousbold goods etc Ton will
find our facilities meet very
requirement. We also km!
foods anywhere. Prompt aad
careful anntioa givea to every
Pfcone 7i 4 M m to
J. L. WILSON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
SWIPED THE FLAG
BANDANA WAS THE BADGE OP
CLEVELAND AND THURMAN IN
Athens Texas June 2o. Cyclone
Davis boarded the train at Kaufman
yesterday morning headed lor Ath-
ens to hear the b'Jj.'pprd-'WoltrTB
Me pulled from his pocket fin enor-
mous red bandana handkerchief and
wipod his perspiring bron.
' I see you have the flag of Roose-
veltg Itough Rider party" said Gus
Huh." answered the tall East Tex
an "they weren't content ith taking
my platform but tbey have also ap
propriated my ?!g. I've carried a red
bandana ever since 1&S8 when Allen
. Thurman popularized it as the em
blem of the masses of the people."
Whereupon Mr. Davis reminisced
for quile a hit.
Tnurman and the Bandana.
"Thurman the old Roman" said he
"declared In a ppeech up in Ohio that
the republican party was the party of
the nilk hat silk stooging and silk
handkerchief fo'ks. Then pulling out
a red bandana he remarked that the
democratic party was the party of tin
people who used that sort of hand-
kerchief. Within a few days demo-
crats all over ihe country were ui'ing
bandana handkerchiefs and weann;
tall hats of white or gray felt not
silk. No I'm not carrying a Roose-
velt flag; he has adopted my flag."
God Roads Meeting.
The County Good Roads Associa-
tions of Washington Tulsa Okmulgee
Mcintosh Hughes Pittsburg John-
ston Atoka Bryan and Coal counties
and the farmers and other persons
along the line who are interested are
requested to come or send representa-
tives to a meeting of all counties and
towns interested in the building of the
Mid-Continent Highway from Caney
Kan. to Denison Texas. Said meet-
ing is called to meet at 10 o'clock a.
m Tuesday June 2nd 1312 at the
City of Coalpate. The purposes of
this meeting is to prepare the loca-
tion of the lines jointly and to dis-
cuss means for early work on the
line and to get a definite approval of
location plans and specifications of
the respective counties by the state
highway commissioner as soon as pos-
Some counties are ready for work
and this action is necessary in order
that all work may be permanent and
done to form a portion of this line.
All road organizations and city and
county officials interested are request-
ed to be present.
COAL COl'NTY GOOD ROADS AS-
SOCIATION. 1'y BOONE WILLIAMS President.
J. lv T. CLAKK Secretary.
COALOATE COMMERCIAL ci.un.
P.y G. T. RALLS President.
D. F. WILLIAMS Secretary.
EAGLES WILL CELEBRATE.
Fifty Ardmre People Will Be Mem-
bers of Order on the Fourth.
The loca' aer'e of Kaelts is pre-pa-ins
for a great time next Wednes-
day night. A class of fifty will be
initiated into this order. The mem-
bers recently began work to secure
a class of fifty members which was
to ho completed by July 4. The re-
quired number has been obtained and
as the regular meeting falls on Wed
nesd iv night July 3 the class will
be carried through on that date and
th? applicants given instructions on
"How to fly."
End. Hunt For Rich Girl.
Often the hunt for a rich wife ends
when the man meets a woman that
uses Elertrlc Hitters. Her strong
nerves tell in a bright brain and
even temper. Her peach-bloom com-
plexion and ruby Hps result from her
puie blood; her bright eyes from rest-
ful sleep; her elastic step from firm
fres muscles all telling of tbe
health and strength Electrlb Bitters
give a woman and tbe freedom from
indigestion backache headache
fainting and dizzy Bpells they pro-
mote. Everywhere they are woman's
favorite remedy. If weak or ailing try
them. 50c at Ringer Drue Co.
Mrs. Taft te Attend.
Baltimore .Tun J. Mr. Taft
wif( of the president will attend
Thursday eesgion of tbe convtation.
She will be the guest of Mrs. Wallace
wife of a delegate from the state of
VETERANS OF THREE
ARMIES MAY MEET
ENCAMPMENT PROPOSED OF
CONFEDERATE G. A. R. AND
SPANISH WAR VETERANS.
Guihi'ie Okla. June 26. it is prob-
able that when tbe G. A. R. joins the
Spanish War Veterans in holding their
state encampment at Chandler next
spring the Confederate Veterans will
camp with them.
Plans for carrying out the above
plans are under way and even thing
points to their ultimate success. Com-
mander J. Rart Poster of tbe Spanish
War Veterans s- nt a letter ot imita
tion to the Confederate Veterans as-
sociation ihrouzh Gen. John Thread-
gill of Oklahoma City. The latte: im
mediately replied and said:
'I am very muih in favor of thi
joint meeting aud am satisfied tba;
our association will accept your :avi-
tation. Our stA!e reunion meets at
Ada in September and I extend to
you an invitation to meet with as
and present 'he invitation of Chund-
Ier. I shall favpr the acceptance cf
Geaetal Thrcadn says fanner in
connection with the recent invitation
of the national G. V. R. to the Col
federate Veterans for a joint reunion
on the battlefield of Gettysburg.
"I think the meeting at Gettysburg
will be one of the greatest and grand-
est meeiing nver held on American
soil. It is a setting together of the
ren.ainiier of the old soldiers on each
side that engaged in one of tbe bluoU-
lest conflicts ever known to history.
Today there are no differences be-
tween us; we are one people and will
meet at Gettysburg as friends. This
friendship is sincere and our invita-
tion from the G. A. R. was one of the
finest invitations I ever read and the
very wording of it could not help but
While the meeting at Gettburg
Iff Your Head Aches
You Can't Think Fast
To be alert visrorons and think the right
;bing at the right time you mtiit not let
dead ao be become chronic whether from
lent culJ stomach cr nervou-snens.
It's liquid pleasant to take and quick-
Capudine removes caure of headache.
Capudine helps yon to think clearly
lOv 2ov 00c at drug fctores.
GET CURED NOW
Pay when satisfied
That's Our Policy
We have a safe sure cure
for the Drug and Whiskey
Dr. .. S. HILL Prop.
Ardmore - Oklahoma
In Ardmore now than
it will ever be again. It
is an assured fact that
the Rock Island will
extend west. The Ard-
more - Duncan - Lawton
line will most likely be
I have some choice pieces
of busines and lesidence
property that I offer
very cheap. I believe
they are the best bar-
gains ever offered here
in good real estate.
Phones 255 or 474
wU be the first of tbe kind ever pro
posed the one. at Chandler next May
will be the ve'y first time in history
that organizations of the 'boys In
blue" and the "boys in gray" and the
Spanish-American war veterans to
gether with the auxiliaries of each as
sociat ion met together.
RAILROAD NOTES. tt
'Ihe Grand Trunk has gained en
trance into Mnsachusetts and Boston
Figures U$ed by tbe Pennsylvania
slicv that it has in the past io yer
paid in wages $J.2200347336 prac
ticably double the debt of the United
Ststrs. The Psnnsylvania has moro
than T3.i00 stockholder.
The Southern Railway is asking foi
biJs on 10 Pacific type passenger lo
comotiW and .0 freight locomotives
of tf-e Mikado type all to be fitted
i"h superheater; 20 first class steel
ramc passenger coaches; five steel
undrframe comMnation ba?gage and
exir-s car?; five steel underfrani6
combination baggage and mail cars;
to diriins cars; 200 steel undr frame
vet tiUted hex cars 130 steel under
frjme automobile cars and 100 steei
flat ccrs in addition to Other loco
motives cars and some twenty-six
thousand tons of steel rails.
Thy interstate commerce commis
sion has started an inquiry into the
allowance paid by carriers for the
use of private cars practices govern
ing me handling and icing of these
cars and minimum carload weights
applicable to tbe commodities shipped
in them. The commission will also
investigate the reasonableness of the
southern and southwestern lumber
rates from points in Missouri Arkan-
sas. Louisiana Texas and Mississippi
to interstate and basing points.
To insure the building of the Tex-
as Kansas & Omaha recently char-
Mered in Texas and Arkansas arrange
ments are under way in a number of
western Oklahoma towns to raise a
bon.is and provide rights of way. The
road is to I'm from Amarillo Texas
noth and east to Hastings Neb.
and through the Panhandle country of
both Texas and Oklahoma. Another
new load recently chartered in Okla-
homa is the Dunlap Northern & Pa-
cific capitalized at $2500000 the es-
timated cost of construction. At El-
lis. Kan. it will connect with the
On July 1 Frisco will extend to all
divisions the agency plan it has had
undrir test with satisfactory results.
Agents will be supplied with enough
office help to enable them to actively
solicit traffic settle personally losses
in certain classes of claims repre-
sent the company in its industrial de-
velopment and in practically every
way deal with all problems arising
between the public and the company
without referring them to higher of-
ficials. It ha also been decided to
hold all superintendents responsible
for the obtaining of traffic and to
peiniit them to act with exclusive au-
thority upon pracUcally eve.-ythins
occurring in the-r respective divisions.
This ha:ks bark to :.he Lino when nn
agent did all these things fnd no
being hampered with a multiplicity of
routine duties was able to solicit bus-
iness and exercised large authority
without question. The effect was not
on'y to inaJie him quite an important
personage in his community but help-
ed to deelop what latent ability and
capacity he had.
Man Cught and Break Ri"t.
After a frightful coughing 6 pell a
man in Neenah Wis. felt terrible
pains in his side and his doctor
found two rlb8 had been broken
What agony Dr. King's New Dis-
covery would have saved hinc. A few
teaspoon? ful ends a late cough while
persistent use routs obstinate colds
or heals weak sore lungs. "I feel
sure It's a Godsend to humanity"
writes Mrs. Effie Morton Columbia.
Mo "for I believe I would have con-
sumption today If I had not used
this great remedy." It's guaranteed to
satisfy and you can get a free trial
bottle or 50-cent or $1.00 size at
Ringer Drug Co.
Train Severs Leg.
Shawnee Okla. June 26. Luther
Parker aged 19 of Texarkana Ark.
fell from a freight train in the Rock
Island yards here and his right leg
was cut off close to the blp. He was
beating his way from Texarkana
to tbe Kansas wheat fields. He Is
dangerously - injured but te expect-
ed to recover.
Alcohol for Boys? Co To Your Doctor
Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for
children. He will probably say " Very very rarely." Ask him
how often he prescribes a tonic for them. He will probably answer
"Very very freauently." Then ask him about Ayer's non
alcoholic Sarsapanlla as a tonic
Notice of Sheriffs 6ale of Land.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
?n pursuance to an order of tale
ssued out of the District Court of
Carter County Oklahoma on the 24th
day of May 1812 in an action where-
in The Murray Company was plain-
tiff and Ira L. Arnold and Frank Tan-
ner were defendants directed to me
the undersigned Sheriff of Carter
County commanding me to levy up
on and sell the following described
Lots 25 26 27 28. 29. 20. 31 and
32 In Block 5 Industrial Addition to
Oil City Oklahoma together with all
buildings and machinery situated.
thereon lying and situate in tbe said
County of Carter State of Oklahoma.
to satisfy a Judgment and de
cree of foreclosure in favor of said
plaintiff and against said defendants
obtained and made in said Court on
the 11th day of May 1912 for the sum
of Twenty-nine Hundred. Seventy-
three & 16-100 Dollars ($2973.16) and
costs $10.50 with Interest thereon
at ten per cent from the 11th day of
May 1912 and costs accruing: I will
on the 27th day of June 1912 at
the hour of ten a. m. of said day at
the front door of the Court House
in the City of Ardmore In said boun
WHO IS YOUR BANKER
When your money is deposited in this bank its
return to you is guaranteed by the Guaranty
Fund of the State of Oklahoma. On time deposits
we pay four per cent interest. We extend every
courtesy to eur customers and make of interest to
you to make this bank your bank.
P. C. DINGS President
212 1st AVENUE S. W.
rVT.l n f.l-
A quiet home-like institution tor the treatment of
Medical and Surgical cases.
Equipments up-to-date in every particular inclu-
ding X-Ray Coil. . ;.
Special rooms for maternity patients at $25.00 per
week including trair ed nurse's attendance
Trained nurses in attendance Rates reasonable.
No patients with contagious diseases received.
Open to all ethical physicians. - -
WALTER HARDY M. D. Resident Surgeon
ROBT. H. HENRY M. D. Consultant and Anaesthetist
U. S. DEPOSITORY
Capital Surplus and Additional Liability .$220000. OO
O. W. STIAIT. rrealrfesJ. C. M. CAMrftELL. Vice rsl4l
B. W. KANDOL. Vice President .
B. D. McCOLLOM. As. Cashier. P. D. MAXWELL. Csklr
Fully Equipped in Every Capacity ta Conduct a
Firft-Clas Banking Business
ty and State offer for sale and eel:
to tbe highest bidder for cash thi
said property above described or so
much thereof a will satisfy said
Judgment with interest and costs.
WITNESS my hand this 25tb day
of May 1912.
briff of Carter County.
By W. W. POWERS
I posted true and perfect copies
of the above Notice in five public
places in the County of Carter two
of which are in the precinct where
the land is located; one at the front
door of the Court House of Carter
County and one at the postofflce at
Ardmore and one at the stairway of
the Cruce and Campbell Building on
W8t Main Street.
W. W. POWERS
When your child has whooping
cough be careful to keep the cough
loose and expectoration easy by giv-
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as
may be required. This remedy will
also liquify the tough mucus and
make it easy to expectorate. It has
been used successfully In many epi-
demics and is safe and sure. For sale
by all dealers.
M. GORMAN Cashier
for the young.
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 236, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 27, 1912, newspaper, June 27, 1912; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc145903/m1/2/: accessed March 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.