The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 291, Ed. 1 Friday, August 30, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Friday August 30 1912
THE DAILY ARDMOREITl
(f of fee
If CM Steel Cut Blend
anCy Charter brands.
Wee grades three
ries. all good. Hearts
J Gold is the best cof-
te in Ardmore.
re also make a special
ty of Armours bimon
Pure Open Kettle Leaf
L Y KINS
The New Storp next to Raodtil Holrl
One of the most common ailments
that hard working persons are afflict-
ed with is lame hack. Apply Cham-
berlain's Llnimrnt twice a day and
musbnge the parts thoroughly at each
application and you will get quick
relict. For sale by all dealers.
H. & B. BEER
Cullno. Stork. Bund. Coll. Grain
NKW OHI.EANS COTTON KXCIIANCK
N. o. Kti'l'KK 11HOKKUS' ASS
NKW VoliK STOCK KXCII AMiK
NKW YORK COTTON K.XCIIAMiK
NKW YOHK CO K !' K K KXCHANOK
NKW YOKK HKOIUK'K K. HAMiE
CIIK'AfiO ItOAKPOl' 'THADK
ASSOCIATKI M KM UK IIS ol 'TMK
UVKIIPOOI. COTTON ASSOCIATION
Private Wiri'M to Principal Points
Trlrphnnr M.'a B59 nod 60
Ilrnnrli otlicc 217 Onrondelet. i'n 4Hi Muln
NEW ORLEANS LA.
"After four in our family had died
of consumption 1 was taken with
a frightful cough and lung troulile
but my life was saved and I gained
b7 pounds through using
W. R. Patterson Wellington Tex.
PRICE 60c tndt 1 00 T OIL ORUnOIHS.
Not the biggest gro-
cery store but the
Not the greatest var-
iety but the handiest.
We will fill your order
promptly for any-
thing you want in
the grocery line.
Give us a trial order.
P. L. Martin
A. C. Young Furniture Co.
Coffins and Caskets
Wholesale ami Ketail
No Use Arguing
When It comet to itorlni
fcouinold goods etc. Tou will
find our facilities meet every
requirement. We also kaal
goods anywhere. Prompt and
careful attention glvea to every
Phone 71 a we will 4e
J. L. WILSON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
OPPONENTS ALLEGE EXPENDI-
TURE OF STATE'S MONEY FOR
PRISON TWINE FACTORY.
San Francisco Cul. Aug. 29.
Governor Johnson the vi"e-presiden-lial
candidate on ihe progressive
party's ticket is arranging to leave
for the east where he will assist
Colonel KooHivelt in his campaign
lie goes under a fire of criticism
from some of his opponents regard-
ing alleged expenditures f Ihe
state's money for personal campaign
uses. ll is claimed that hills on
file In the office of the state comp-
troller disclose the governor's hand
in diverting state funds for the pur-
)Hse of strengthening his personal
K)litical machine. During the first
six months of his administration
Governor Johnson filed with his
claims against his fund of $:!0(l0
a year for postage exprcssage tel-
egraphing traveling and contingent
expenses the itemized 'bills of the
Western Union Telegraph company
against the governor's office
now claimed by political opponents
itt Governor Johnson that the tele-
grams wero sent to politicians in
various iiarts of the country and
state for personal purposes and
the state paid Ihe bills. The friends
of Gov. Johnson say that his ene-
Hiles are trying to make political
capital out of perfectly legitimate
executive matters and that he can
give an account of every message
or trip taken expenses for which
he has filed with the state.
Warden Dick Will Investigate Plant
Operate in Kansas.
Oklahoma City Okla. Aug. 29.
The Hoard of Prison control con-
templates asking the Oklahoma leg-
islature for an appropriation to es-
tablish a tiAine and rope factory
at the state penitentiary In MeAl-
ester according to tentative plans
discussed at a session before Gov.
Cruce today attending which was
factory in connection with the state
board of agriculture and H. W. Dick
warden of the prison. Warden Dick
will go to Kansas where they have
been successfully operating sucti a
factory in connection with teh state
prison and was requested to formu-
late his recommendations to the
board in wtrting. According to
the Kansas showing the twine fac-
tory netted the state $ir00()0 last
year and gave the farmer twine at
a reduction oi twenty io tweiuy-
five per cent. Here as In Kansas
the work would be done by con-
victs. The board also discussed the fea-
sibility of the state's purchasing
by condemnation proceedings coal
deposits underlying the state's two
thousand acre farm which is opera-
ted in connection with the prison
and probably will recommend to
It is I the legislature that an appropria
tion be made for that purpose. Con-
victs in this instance would com-
prise the surface help as the Tioard
does not contemplate putting them
under ground. All the coal mined
would go to the state institutions
and the prison would get the bene-
fit of the prices now being paid
private operators. With the twine
and rope factory established and
coal mined n conjunction with the
farm as now operated Warden Dick
told the board he thought the in-
stitution would be self-supporting.
TRAPS H EGRO
AND CHASE OVER THREE STATES
ENDS BY HIS ARREST AT TULSA.
HOW IS THIS FOR CORN?
"Jones Prolific" Yields Five Ears to
Arthur Minter brought to the city
this morning from his farm four
miles south of the city near the
Dow nurd asphalt mines a stalk of
corn of the "Joues Prolific'' variety
which shows what good seed will
do when planted in Carter county
soil and given the proper cultivation.
The stalk which Mr. Minter brought
in measures about eight feet six
Inches iu height anil has four large
well developed ears beside a good
little chunk of a "nubbin" upon it.
Iist spring II. iW. Duke and Shel-
ton Tyer sent to Kentucky for a
peck of tills corn. The peck was
divided and Mr. Minter took half
which he planted as above stated
while Mr. Tyer sent the remain
ing half to a farm near llealdton.
When seen by an Ardnioreile report-
er this morning Mr. Tyer said
that the half peck sent to llealdton
had been planted in an old feed
yard and that the yield would be
phenomenal. In both instances about
nn acre of land was planted.
AUGUST 30 IN HISTORY.
ll'iiid Marquis do Kouquieieh as-
sumeii offi e as viceroy of New-
France. 1 70S French and Indians attacked
and burned lleverhill Mass.
17:!" Jonathan Hichter became
governor if Massachusetts and
177ii liong Island was evacuated by
1 SOI The French evacuated Egypt
in favor of the ltritish.
1 SOU -John Chible who induced
congress to pass the first grant
of public lands to bent fit a rail-
road horn in West lloynton
Mass. Died February 2 1 S.'.S.
1S12 Hritish were repulsed by the
Americans at Helair Md.
1SC2- ConfedernJ es victorious In
second battle of irull Run.
1S77 Turks defeated In a desper-
ate sortie at Plevna Iftilgarla
by the Russians who captured
1909 'International Trade Congress
was opened in Paris.
1910 PanAmerican congress at
ITuenos Ayres. adjourned.
1912 Recent decisions by the su-
preme court of the Vnited
States the cause of severe com
ment by several American news-
Races Labor Day.
All those who desire to enter the'r
horses for races at Ixreria Park on j
Labor Day are requested to see TVi
Ropers who will have charge of that
1ortinn of the sports next Monday a'
Lorena Park. Any horse is subject
t entry snd will be placed In his
proper class. 28-4
ITear the Carter county singing
classes at Lorena Park Monday.
See the fireworks at Lorena Park
Monday night. Most elaborate ever
witnessed here. 28-4
See the fireworks at Iorena Park
Monday night. Most elaborate ever
witnessed here. 28-4
Stop and read the Want Ads.
Kansas City Mo. Aug. 29. John
Riley negro who was arrested at Tul-
sa Okla. Friday charged with rob-
bing a postoffice box at Salina Kas.
July 18 after being chased through
the states of Oklahoma Kansas and
Texas by ostoffice Inspectors owes
his capture an Ingenious trap laid
by Inspectors at Salina.
A wholesale grocery firm at Sa-
lina made several complaints to
the postoffice authorities that their
mail was being stopped and report-
ed the loss of several orders and
remittances. The postoffice author-
ities were unable to find a clue.
Finally they decided that someone
was getting the mail out of a lock
box. An electric alarm was so ad-
justed that when the lock box was
opened it would ring.
On the afternoon cf July 18 the
alarm rang and when the inspectors
went to the front they discovered
Riley who said he was the porter
employed by the grocery compay.
He was allowed to go but the In-
spectors nfterwards discovered that
the firm employed no porter by that
name. Such a good description had
been obtained of the negro that he
was easily traced. He changed his
address often and led the inspec-
tors a long chase finally being over-
taken at Tulsa.
His preliminary hearing has been
set for September 2 at Salina. The
case was investigated toy PoBtoPfice
Inspectors J. T. Elson and U C.
Some food close in Ard-
more Residence Loans
from $300 to $500
or It. 'fx I
the"V . O .
1$ Interested and thould know
about the wonderful
b new Vaginal Syringe.
Beit moit convenient. It
Aik rour druggist f
If he cannot supply I
MARVEL accept no other.
but lend stamn for Illustrated
book sealed. It elves full particu
lars and directions invaluableto laities.
MAtm CO.. 44 Cast 23d Striat Ntw larkta
Perfection in a high grade
flour. Costs a little more
worn a great deal more.
When you place your order
tomorrow with your grocer
include a Back of ALftATROSS.
Ship it Now.
Our patrons are urged to act
promptly in a forehand way in any
necessary movement of freight. Cars
j are not too plenty at- present hut
week by week for some months the
demand for them will grow and it
is the part of prudence to order
' reasonable stocks of merchandise
for immediate shipment to store
at least part of the winter coal
now and to not hold back wheat
and oats shipments waiting a better
maiket for same. There will be
ample opportunity to hold them a
few weeks from now when the cot-
ton movement is pressing and when
one of the largest all-round crops
the country has 'ever raised is de-
manding shipping facilities.
The whole problem is more than
one of cars and engines. It Involves
even more largely the over-crowding
of division point and terminal
facilities; the possibilities of inter-
chance of the heavy volume of
traffic between the various rail-
ways; the capacity of elevators and
Tills note of appeal Is not written
with any intent to alarm; only to
urge our friends to take advantage
at once of any surplus carrying
power the railways now have in
order to partly avoid the congestion
which is coming.
For the Frisco Lines.
B. L. WINCHELU
We have the largest
stock of Steam Fit-
tings and Machin-
ery Supplies between
Kansas City and Ft.
Telephone and Mail
Dog True to Trust.
The Olympla Serenade pavilion at
Nottingham. England having been
broken into three times of late the
proprietor procured an Airedale ter-
rier. Early the other morning as a
boy dropped over the fence the dog
seized him by the trousers and held
blm till the arrival of the watchman
who handed him over to the police.
Sure Flea Killer.
A Bure way to get rid of fleas and
other Insects is to use pennyroyal oil.
Spray the oil over the animal to he
cleaned and over any place where
Insects are bothersome. The odor of
this oil has great penetrative powers
and no Insects or 'animals will remain
long In its vicinity.
Want ads get results. Read them.
lives so long in
the memory as
a piece of art. Pictures
are the most suitable
gifts. We have the pic-
tures we have the frames
We do your framing at
Brown & Bridgman
Specific Blood Poison
Specific Blood Toi'son Is the most Insidious of all diseases. It begins
usually by a tiny sore which is the only outward evidence of its presence.
But down in the blood the treacherous poison is at work and in a short
time its chain of symptoms begin to crop out. The mouth and throat ul-
cerate skin eruptions break out sores and ulcers appear on the body the
elands in the groin swell and sometimes the hair conies out. Mineral
i : tm o r ti j t- .1
jneuicines cuujiol cure opeciuc xiioou i oison; uiey
only shut the disease up in the system to smolder
and await an opportunity of breaking out afresh.
The only possible way to cure the disease is to re-
move the germs from the blood. S. S. S. goes into
the circulation and removes the last trace of the in-
fectious virus tones up the stomach bowels kid-
neys and all portions of the system and thus makes
a perfect and lasting cure. S. S. S. is made entirely
of roots herbs and barks; it does not contain a par-
ticle of mineral or other harmful drug. Thousands
Lave cured themselves of Specific Blood Poison by the useof S.S.S. It will
cure you if you will give it a trial. Special Home Treatment book and any
medical advice free. THF SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. CA.
Who Banks Your Money
Are you saving part of your income
and systematically putting it away
where it will work for YOUR benefit
OR is it ALL slipping through your
fingers into the pocketbook and Bank
Account of Somebody Else jk Stop the
leak today by opening an account with
the Guaranty State Bank
For Your Protection
De Prescription Department is the important part
rom of any Drug Store. Ours is up-to-date
Ce tie Pharmacist and prompt service. Come
antinnk at our NEW & SANITARY FOUNTAIN.
H. FRED SNIDER piks
First National Bank
Capital Stock $100000
Surplus and Undivided Profits... $100000
Total Asss-ets nearly $1000000
DON LACY. President A. H. PALMER. Vice President
C. L. ANDERSON. Cashier
ED SANDL1N. DON RUSSELL WOLIN WOLVERTON. Asst. Cshrs.
Wt? Solicit Your Business
The Hardy Sanitarium
212 1st AVENUE. 5. IV
3 It .l!!l!l!tClllllilli
A quiet home-like institution tor the treatment of
Medical and Surgical cases.
Equipments up-to-date in every particular inclu-
ding X-Kay Coil.
Special rooms for maternity patients at $25.00 per
week including trained 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
R0BT. H. HENRY M. D. Consultant and Anaesthetist
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