The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 236, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 27, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Thursday June 27 1912
THE DAILY AftOMOREITE
"Usio' TIZ Gramma?"
"Ye Harold It Makes Grandma's
Feet Feel Juit Like Yours Free
From Tiredness Aches and
"Your papa and mamma your
grandpa and your grandma all use
TIZ Harold And you'll use it too
when you get to be a man. Then
your feet will never hurt or get
tired. That's why we all use TIZ."
Most of us get old feet first. The
bunions get stale more wearlsonme
and painful. Corns get harder and
more stubborn as the feet become
more tender. At a time when old
people need their feet most they
can use them less unless they use
If you have never used TIZ before
your first use of it will bring ba k
some of your girlhood days. TIZ will
make your feet feel young strong
and vigorous. They'll never be ten-
der never chafe or ache never get
(blistered or swollen and your corns
bunions and callouses will be no
more. Nothing will do It or can do It
like TIZ. Don't experiment with oth-
er things; other people have done
that for you and they are all now
TIZ acts on a new principle draws
out all the poisonous exudations that
make foot troubles.
TIZ 23 cents a box sold every-
where or sent direct on receipt of
price by Walter Luther Dodge &
'Co. Chicago 111. Recommended by
all Drug Stores department and gen-
TWO ARE DROWNED.
Woman and Children Blown Into a
Water Tank at Duncan.
Duncan Okla. June 26. Mrs.
CaIvin Bond and baby were drown--ed
in a tank here and their bodies
found following a hard wind and
rainstorm. Mrs. Bond and her three
children were returning from a
neighbor's when the stom str.
They turned into a barn near a large
tank of water. The barn was blown
daw a and the woman and her baby
were iblown into the tank of water
and pinioned down by timbers. Two
of the children were not injured.
Think of ALBATR039 when you
ee your grocer.
"After four in our family had died
of consumption I was taken with
a frightful cough and luns trouble
but my life was saved anal gaiued
87 pounds through using
W. B. Patterson Wellington Tex.
PRICE 60c ind tt 00 T U ORUGGIfTS.
HEALTH AND MARINE SERVICE MAKES
FIGHT (HI Hi
111 KIZES for paienta. Book on Patent.
1 1 1 Hint to inventors." " Inventions
AllMntFrac Soecialiiataof Dos&ible buv.
era. to our own clients. Send rough sketch or
moil el for search of Patent Office records.
f 1 .anwunfrativAS In 21ft nlria a ml Tnwna.
Our Mr. Greeley formerly Acting Commia.
-loner or ratena ami as mien naa imi cnarftB ui
U. S. Patent Office. OfUCKLKY MrlNTIKE
Plenty Of Money
7-9- Potterf Bids Phone 728
Only The Best Carried
Emerson Fans Hotpoint Irons
Sunburn Mazda Lamps and
SAFE ELECTRIC WIRING
C. G. SQUIRES
104 W. Main St. Phon 601
(By Wlnfleld Joues.)
Washington June 20. Since the
United States established the pub-
lic health and marine hospital ser-
vice there has not been a serious
epidemic of cholera In this country.
Prior to that time however nu-
merous outbreaks of the plugue
scourged the land claiming thous-
ands of victims and causing iijjc.i
distress aud suffering.
The efforts of the public heull'i
and hospital service have met with
Generally the cholera plague is
brought into this country from im-
migrants coming here from Latin
Europe. Sometimes its appearance
is noted on the Pacific coast when
It is brought in from the orieni.
Most Americans forget that there
have been fearful epidemics or
cholera when the dead and dying
lay unburied in the streets and
when pestilences overwhelmed the
lands such as it did iu Europe in
the middle ages.
The first great epidemic of chol-
era occurred In 1832 It reached
Xew York June 27 and lasted for
fcAo months. In that time thirty-
tour hundred deaths resulted. Other
large cities in the eaBt south and
middle west suffered proportionately
it lasted in some cities as Cincin-
nati until the end of the summer
of 1833. In St. Louis and New Or-
leans and other southern cities the
mortality was twice as great as in
New York. '
According to officials of the pub-
lic health and marine hospital sei-
vice who havf had a great ilcai of
experience in treating all kinds of
epidemics the second an.l greatest
epidemic began in 1348 and was far
more sever. In New Orleans the
population was decimated. In New
Pork during the week ending Jt.ly
21 1849 more than seven liuudrea
persons died of cholera.
So strong was the instinct i st if
preservation that in many tasos
when one member of the family de-
veloped tne first symptoms of the
malady the rest of the family rush-
ed from the house and the city
leaving the victim to die alone.
A Home Institution For Home Men.
It has been said that the neatest
borne on Caddo street is the one built
by a share holder in the Peoples
Building and Loan Association with
money secured from that institution.
Be that as it may this home is evi-
dence of two things that tbie associa-
tion is a help to the one who would
help himself and that it only loana
money on the best security.
The lot upon which the house In
question was built was owned in fee
simple by the iborrower and the
monthly payments which he is mak-
ing are rendering the security more
and more gilt edged every day.
For a safe investment every day
one where your money is secured by
steadily advancing real estate values
it would be hard to find a better op-
portunity than Is offered by this company.
The president of the association as
well as the secretary Is s man who
is known to every one In Ardmore as
a straightforward and an upright bus-
iness man. The people of this city
recognized his integrity and ability
as a business man when they eleceted
Jim their mayor and in the business
world he is recognized as a success.
This can also be said of the secre-
tary W. A. Edwards who will gladly
give any full Information upon the
plans and Ideas of the association.
The custom of hand shaking was
abolished for fear of contagion. No-
body went out of doors except upon
the most nectssary errands. Old ac-
quaintances recognized each other
only by a edit nod. Many persons
walked In the middle of the street
to avoid the ibreath of pedestrians
and manotuverd to pass to wind-
ward of all they encountered.
Funerals were given up altogether
and the most prominent citizens
were unceremoniously placed In the
death carts and laid away In the
cemeteries which looked like plow-
Russia is one of the countries
which suffers mostly from the
scourge. During the long terrible
winter of northern Russia all the
rivers are covered over with ice
which begins to melt in May. The
cholera sets in at the same time
usually the very day the people be-
gin to drink the water unfiltered
from the rivers.
The worst epidemics develop in
Mecca Arabia Mohammed's birth-
place. 200000000 Mohammedans
visit Mecca every year in August
the hottest part of the year. Here
is the greatest congress of disease
germs in the world. Should these
pilgrimages .be discontnued it would
save millions of lives.
In the United States in latter
years the disease has been kept in
check by watchfulness on the part
of officers of the service at the va-
rious ports of Bntry rato this coun-
try. Diplomatic and consular offi-
cers are Instructed to immediately
report outbreaks of cholera to the
state department. Long In advance
of the arrival of any ocean bound
vessel from affected districts United
States officers are prepared to ex-
amine and quarantine the suspects
upon arrival in this country in
this way only can cholera and othe:
infectious diseases be kept on!
of the country.
U THINGS TALKED ABOUT. 8
Occasionally one hears some fel-
low predict that Bryan and Roose-
velt will clasp hands and organize
a third party. No danger of th.tt.
Neither would ever consent to play
second fiddle and there is only oiie
first place. Ada News.
It is too much to expect ijood
morals of a 'boy whose parents per-
mit him to prowl the streets at
night even if that boy is a reg.ilar
attendant at Sunday schools. Wich-
ita Daily Times.
How One Merchant Began.
One of the most successful busi-
ness men of Ardmore built the first
little cottage far himself and wife
in a Building ft Loan company. It
taught him to save. It taught him
the value of a dollar. Todayv he
owns a handsome home on a pretty
street and owns two business houses
on Main street and a big stock of
goods besides farm lands.
Ardmone has a company that of-
fers you many timet the benefits
of the company he went Into. A com
pany approved by the laws of Okla-
homa a company that pays no rents
no taxes no aafcriee. You can
make more money tn tne Ardmore
company than he made In his com
pany. Will you Investigate? If yon
have from It to $100 a month will
you see what advantages are of
Ask the secretary
'"''W. A. EDWARDS.
Binders are running in every di-
rection in the Bokchito community
this week. Oats first then whe.i
alfalfa and then the fruit. Great
is this country the Bokchito coun
try. Bokchito News.
The ballot to be voted in the
democratic primaries in Texas neu
month will be eight feet long. How
does a fellow expect to put in a
crop and still find time to look up
the record of all the fellows whose
merits he must pass upon? News
Daily papers tell with human l:i
terest of the two delegates to i
national convention from Hawaii
who have already arrived on the
scene with forty-two pieces of bag
gage. Each Oklahoma delegate to
each national convention will ar-
rive with that many pieces of emr-
ty pieces of Baggage for the P'ir
pose of 'bringing them home full.
A good many orders for merchan
dise to go to the mall order hnses
ifthlch would be bought at home if
the local merchants used the papers
to tell the farmers and others thK
they had similar goods for sale. The
mail order houses get their - busi-
ness by advertising. The local mer-
chants lose this business by not ad-
vertising. Henryetta Standard.
Gorgeous Display of Fireworks on
the Night of the Fourth
Bands of Music
Except the Ball Game
FREE Water Wood
Grass for Campers
For Privileges write or see
C. L. BYRNE
JOIN THE CROWD
of thousands of happy people who will celebrate Independence Day
"Uncle" Peter Connelly of near
Hill was la town Monday. He Is
one of the old-fashioned kind of
democrats of the Jacksonian kind.
He says the people of his stction
were cured of Haskellltis long ago
and that practically all of them are I wholly Impracticable and impossl-
for Owen. 'Uncle' Peter kind o'
gets excited when he talks of Has-
kell and his methods and sayB be
fails to see where he has ever June
a single thing to win a larn'ur's
vote. Poteau News.
It is said the Oklahoma socialist
party expects to poll 'between forty
and fifty thousand votes in the No-
vember election. Two years ago
that party cast 24884 votes in Ok-
lahoma a gain of 3756 over 1D0S.
The socialist leaders are until lug
in their propaganda and are doibt-
less proselyting heavily from the
democratic party. In fact it is gen
erally conceded that a large major-
ity of Oklahoma socialists have been
drawn from the ranks of democracy.
The democratic party through its
progressive leaders promises every
measure of relief from existing con
ditions that could be reasonably ex-
pected from any source and should
appeal to all except the dreamers
who are looking for that mhtch in
ble of accomplishments thru gov-
ernmental agenda's Star-Gazette.
The local newspaper should be
found in every home. No child will
grow up ignorant who can be taught
to appreciate the home paper. It
is the stepping stone of Intelligence
In all these matters not to be learn-
ed in books. Give your children a
foreign paper which contains not one
thing which they ever saw or perhaps
never heard of and how can you
expect them to be interested? But
let them have the home paper and
read of persons whom they meet
and places with which they are fa-
miliar and soon an interest is
awakened which is increasedwith
every weekly arrival of the local
paper. Thus a habit of reading is
formed and those children will
read the papers all their lives atid
become intelligent men and women
a credit to their ancestors strong
in their knowledge of the world as
it is today. Exchange.
TJse Ardmorelt Want Ada
LIGHTNING KILLS CATTLE.
Oklahoma Farmer Loses Fourteen
Head in Storm.
Stillwater June 26. In a thunder-
storm which struck here J. B. Brown
living fourteen miles northwest lost
fourt?n head of cattle (when they
were struck by lightning. The cattle
were standing by a wire fence when
the bolt came.
Dope fiend Killed.
Sapulpa Okla. June 26. Lulu Ed-
wards better known here as 'Co
caine Lou" was killed last night toy
a Frisco passenger train after she
lay down on the tracks to sleep off
the effect of a heavy load of dope
The accident happened about a-
mlle north of Kelfer. The engineer
attempted to stop the train after
seeing her lying on the track but
he was unsuccessful. '
A sprained ankle may as a role .
be cured In from three to four day a'
by applying Chamberlain's Llnlmeat
and . observing the directions wb
each bottle. For sale by all dealers
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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/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.