The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 292, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 1, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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THE DAILY AROMORCITI
Ardmore Sunday September 1 1912
YOUR HI IS FLUFFY BEAUTIFUL
AND LUSTROUS IN A FEW MOMENTS
GIRLS! GET A 25 CENT BOTTLE OF "DANDERINE" AND TRY
THIS. ALSO STOPS FALLING HAIR; DESTROYS DANDRUFF.
Your hair becomes light wavy
fluffy abundant and appears as soft
lustrous and beautiful as a young
girl's after a "Danderino hair
cleaiise." Just try this moisten a
cloth with a little Danderine and
carefully draw it through your hair
taking one small strand at a time.
This will cleanse the hair of dust
dirt and excessive oil and In just
a few moments you have doubled
the beauty of your hair.
Besides beautifying the hair at
THAT EVERYTHING MAY BE IN
SHAPE FOR WINNIPEG VISIT-
ORS EN TOUR.
To have the entire stretch of road
between Arkansas City and IJenis.m
Texas worked and put in shape
for the Winnipeg party which will
make a tour of Inspection over the
Winnipeg to Gulf route In Septem-
ber is the desire of Sidney Suggs
state highway commissioner. So
far Commissioner Suggs has suc-
ceeded in getting assurances that
every county north of Oklahoma
City will have its county roaas in
good shape for the trip. Logan cour-
ty is putting forth considerable ef-
fort to have the road in shape and
men and teams are at work nr.'!
will not stop until they have im-
proved the road from the No'i'm
county line to the Oklahoma County
Colonel Suggs and his associates
are urging the southern counties to
do the same thing and hope to have
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Following is the democratic ticket
to be voted on at the regular elec-
tion in Carter county November 5
For Congressman. Fourth District
CHARLES D. CARTER.
For Congressman ut Large
WILLIAM II. MURRAY.
JOE li. THOMPSON.
For Corporation Commissioner
For Judge Criminal Court of Ap-
peals HENRY M. FURMAN.
For Presidential Electors-at-Large
J. W. BOLEN.
II. H. BRENNER.
T1IOS. C. HARRILL.
JOSEPH W. FOSTER.
J. T. SCOTT.
For Presidential Elector Fourth Dis-
trict J. C. THOMPSON.
For State Senator Eighteenth Dis-
trict FRED E. TUCKER.
U. T. REXROAT.
For County Judge
WM. F. FREEMAN.
For County Attorney
W. R. BLEAKMORE.
For County Clerk
B. W. DUKE.
For District Clerk
For Register of Deeds
W. B. FRAME.
J. S. CLARKSON.
For County Superintendent
L. M. THURSTON.
For County Weigher
For County Surveyora
A. G. EDWARDS.
For County Commissioner First Dis-
trict G. W. YOUNG.
For County Commissioner Second
W. M. KIRKPATRICK.
For Ccmnty Commissioner Third
J. R. TALIFERRO.
For Justices of Peace Ardmore
D. W. BUTCHER.
HAL M. CANNON.
For Constable Ardmore Township
once Danderine dissolves every par-
ticle of dandruff; cleanses purifies
and invigorates the scalp forever
stopping itching and 'falling hair.
Dut what will please you most
will lie after a Tew weeks' use when
you will a -tually see new hair
fine and downy at first yes but
really new hair growing nil over
the scalp. If you care for pretty
soft hair and lots of it surely get
a 23 cent bottle of Knowlton's Dan-
derine from any druggist or toilet
counter and just try it.
the matter before the various coun-
ty commissioners and towns! !p of-
ficials next week.
The trip will be an important oiir
for Oklahoma if the re .ids are in
tod F.iit.pe since t he American Auto-
mobile association is sending a sp?c-
j ial representative with the party
I to make reports on the roads in
j Oklahoma and submit a log. Tills
I official log will be the guide for
I tourists from all parts of the eoun-
j try for the next yr ar and if the
I roads are found to be in favorable.
condition the re--H will Tie that
thousands of tourists will visit Ok-
lahoma. The Oklahoma City chamber of
commerce will take charge of the
party at the state line and citizens
of the various towns along the route
will turn out to meet the party at
the county lines.
Governor Crure has been invited
to be In the party to meet the in-
ternational good roads enthusiasts
but has not yet accepted. If the
governor makes the trip down the
highway It is expected that thou-
sands of ipeople will turn out to
greet the party. Good roads asso-
latlons from Ponc-a City Newklrk
Perry and from Logan county have
urged Commissioner Suggs to urge
I Governor Crure to make the trip
Durant Sues Filter Company.
Duraut Okla. Aug. 31. The city
of Durant has brought suit in the
Jistrict court here asking judgment
of $13710.20 against the Roberts Fil-
ter company of Philadelphia and
the Southwestern Surely company of
Durant alleging breach of contiatt
in the purchase of a filter plant
installed at Armstrong. It Is the
contention of the city that the plant
is a failure. It was guaranteed
by the company and its bondsmen
lliat the plant should be builr fic-
coiding to plans and speclfi'f.tior.s
and would work iproperly. It was
pureed that the company woulj pay
to the city damages not to exceed
$15000 should the plant not come
up to specifications.
I The degree team of the Ardmore
iW. O. W. mill put on an exhibition
drill at Lorrna Park tomorrow Mon-
day September 2. This will be the
kind of a drill with which this team
expects to carry off the $1000 priz!
at the four states event at Musko-
gee September 11-12-13-14. Come
and see them.
; Running up and down stairs sweep-
j inn and bending over making beds
i will not make a woman healthv or
I beautiful. She must get out of doors
j walk a mile or two every day and take
i Chamberlain's Tablets to improve her
digestion and regulc.te her bowels.
For sale by all dealers.
WHEN YOU LEAVt
here you step out into the street
feeling like a lord. Good eating
makes us contented with ourselves
and at peace and unity with all
MEALS ALL HOURS
are carefully looked after by a com-
petent chef and corps of assistants.
Its' a pleasant place to dine at the
service Is acceptable and the charges
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Ardmore People Are Building Better
Than They Have Realized.
Carter county people who are not
closely connected with the Ardmore
city schools i robahly do not appre-
ciate them but those who are in-
terested in the best educational in-
stitutions of the state and liave
made investigations bold the Ard-
more schools in very high place.
During the last few days Supt.
C. W.Richards has received letti rs
from no less th.in a half dozen cities
of the slate asking when the high
school would be opened for the re-
ception of pupils and wanting infor-
mation about board and rooms and
what tho requirements are for ma-
triculation. The work done by the
city schools the lectures given by
Supt. Richards Jn the different
state normal schools nnd the repu-
tation of the schools for seolarshlp
average and the enthusiasm of the
teachers have iplaced tho city schools
In the highest rank In the state
and no college of Oklahoma will lie
more popular or will 'be able to do
better work than the high school
when It Is opened for the reception
of pupils which will likely be on
the first day of the coming year.
The Ardmore school board the tax
payers of this city and the teach-
ers are today building better than
IGNORANT OF WIFE'" DEATH.
Oklahoman is Hurrying to Bedside
of Dying Mother.
Tulsa Okla. Aug. 31. Sidney
Wakefield (prominent business man
of Oklahoma and Texas is hurrying
to Chicago to the brdside of his
dying mother ignorant of the fact
that his wife is dead in Beaumont
A few hours after Mr. Wakefield
left this city for Chicago In re-
siKmse to a telegram urging him
to hastfn to his mother's deathbed
a message came from Beaumont an-
nouncing his wife's death. Friends
were unable to communicate with
him en route and his Chicago ad-
dress Is unoknown.
Working for Good Roads.
Guthrie Okla. Aug. 31. Sidney
Suggs of Ardmore editor of The
Ardmoreltef and good road commis-
sioner of Oklahoma will deliver
the principal address here Satur-
day the first day of the three days'
juicnic and celebration given by
the local labor organizations. This
will also be one of the main farm-
ers' days during the celebration.
Col. Suggs wa3 invited through Sec-
retary Venner of the Guthrie cham-
ber of commerce.
The ministers of the city and rep-
resentatives of the Women's Cham-
ber of commerce will speak on
Sunday and Monday will be devoted
to labor and political addresses.
Col. Suggs in addition to deliver-
ing the address will make an ef-
fort to have the 'women's chamber
of commerce take up the good road
work and organize a local asso-
ciation. He has already discussed
the" matter with representatives and
the matter will be taken up further
during his visit to Guthrie.
WHEN A iLAXATiVE IS
SALTS CALOMEL AND CATHAR-
TIC PILLS ARE VIOLENT
THEY ACT ON BOWELS AS
PEPPER ACTS IN NOSTRILS.
Take a Cascaret tonight and thor-
oughly cleanse your Liver Stomach
and Bowels and you will surely feel
great by morning. You men and
women who have headache coated
tongue can't sleep are bilious ner-
vous and upset bothered with a sick
gassy disordered stomach or have
backache and feel all worn out.
Are you qeeping your bowels clean
with Cascarets or merely forcing
a passageway every few days with
salts cathartic pills or castor oil?
This 'is important.
Cascarets Immediately cleanse and
regulate the stomach remove tho
sour undigested and fermenting food
and foul gases; take the excess bile
from the liver and carry off the con-
stipated waste matter and poison
from the intestines and bowels.
Remember a Cascaret tonight will
straighten you out by morning. A
10-ceiit box from your druggist
means healthy 'bowel action; a clear
head and cheerfulness for months.
Don't forget the children.
The ladies of St Philip's Guild
will serve an excellent dinner on
the grounds at Lorena Park tomorrow.
OUR NEW FALL
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New York Aug. :il. The third
week of tlie campaign limU tho
i democratic forces strengthening thcr
I bnes and gaining ground each day.
j Tho Vermont campaign Is on and
democratic speakers are invading
jcwiy district of llarland If. Howe
candidate for governor.
Governor Thomas Marshall and
Speaker Champ Clark are to de-
vote the next week to the campaign
in Maine. They will be assisted
by other democratic leadi rs and
the advance reports from every dis-
trict bring new encouragement to
the national headquarters.
Secretary Joseph K. Davics of
the democratic national committee
will have the western bureau which
is located in Chicago in complete
operation by the first of Septem-
ber. Acting Chairman McAdoo In dis-
closing his suggestion that banks act
us receivers for campaign contri-
butions for all parties has been
received in all parts of 1he country
as one of the most practical ideas
of the campaign.
Acting Chairman McAdoo has the
following to say on this subject:
"The opinion of the acting solici-
tor of the treasury department that
national banks receive and trans
mit subscriptions for each of the
national political parties puts at
rrst all questions as 1o the right of
the banks to act If they want to
do so. It Is of course our inten-
tion to have the banks charge Tor
all expenses to which they may be
put for the service they may ren-
der. "The letters to the banks are just
going out and already we are hav-
ing responses from nil parts of
the country. In a few days we
shall publish a list of the Institu-
tions which have agreed to serve
"It Is a decided Innovation and
some of the banks with their usual j
conservatism are hesitating about It. )
but I believe there will be a very
general response In Its favor. I
'It Is a thoroughly non-partisan i
service and one that will Ibe of
great benefit to the whole country.
It puts upon the banks once In four
On September 3rd will be opened a Genera) Tailoring House showing over
fifteen hundred patterns of All Wool Fabrics for the Fall Suits and Over-
coats of 1912. In connection with the famous and unparalleled Scotch line of
500 all wool patterns made to measure for $15.00. we present to you the para-
mount service of Made to Measure clothes giving you all wool materials
100 per cent shrunk hand made collars hand made fronts permanent
shapes style retaining the entire life of the garment. Individual con-
struction of model and cloth just as you like it. Prices ranging from $16.00
to $60.00. Fit and Satisfaction absolutely guaranteed. We also make a
specialty of Ladies' Made to Measure Suits bkirts and Coats or will sell
goods by the yard. A complete line of Uniform Material and Supplies made
to order at the lowest prices. 3k 2
Cleaning Pressing and Repairing
This department is in charge of Joe McKarland where all work is done by
hand and guaranteed to give satisfaction. We mett the prices. Garments
called for and delivered. PHONE 71. We will highly appreciate your
order for that New Fall Suit or Overcoat also to clean press or repair that
old one. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. S. S
JOEL F. BUCHANAN Tailoring;
105 West Main S. $- Former Stand of Leeds Woolen Mill
years and for a period not exreed-
i ing ninety days a relatively small
burden. They will bo paid for any
eviense to which they may be put
nnd at tho samo time they will
i make a largo contribution to tho
Louis D. Brandeis the noted Bos-
ton attorney and reformer and who
has long been a republican is out
lor Wilson in tho following state-
ment. Progressives 'irrespective of party
affiliation should in my opinion
support Woortrnw Wilson for tho
presidency should support him fully
actively nnd enthusiastically tfor
lie possesses in a high degree the
qualitie of an effective progressive
Governor Wilson is thoroughly dem-
ocratic In spirit. He recognizes that
all of the people are entitled to
equal apportunlties and appreciates
that the development of all of the
people is essential to the attainment
of American Ideals. He under-
stands the dangers incident to the
control by a few of our Industries
and finance. He sees that true
democracy and social justice are at-
tainable unless this power of the
few be curbed nnd our democracy
become Industrial as well as polit-
ical. He can meet tho demands
properly made upon a present day
executive to be able to lead In con-
structive statesmanship as well as
to administer efficiently; for Wil-
son's character Intellectual power
and previous training fit him pecul-
iarly to take an Important part In
progressive legislation. He Is cour-
ageous and frank: able and firm
and always open-minded: qualities
indispensable o safe leadership.
Progressives should support Wil-
son not only 1n order to secure his
election but In order to enable
him after election to carry out
those progressive policies which he
has so much at heart. Ills nomina-
tion ranks among the most encour-
aging events in American history.
Under the masterful and masterly
leadership of Col. Bryan the Ideals
of American democracy triumphed
over tho reactionaries of the
money bags; the will of the people
prevailed over the devices of the
The democratic party has purified
itself and has been purged of Its
are coming in
and our store
will be head-
quarters for low
prices from this
A. C. Young
I IIOilrliiLilinna .. fni. t t. 1.1
unai'viauuua! w ml ua it io J'USSIUIO
to accomplish this end by tho ac-
tion of a national convention. But
the struggle of privilege for privilege
j is unending nnd omnipresent. That
struggle is as sulitlo as it is deter-
mined. The struggle will not close
I when Wilson is elected. We nisy
j be sure that every effort he may
j make ns president to carry out the
progressive policies wlll meet with
j stubborn resistance from tho posses-
I sors and apostles of privilege. With-
out loyal support from the progress-
ives of tho country Wilson's war
upon unjust privilege must be futile.
The progressives cause can succeeO
only if It has loyal support from
' tho progressives. It can fall cily
if tho progressives fall In therr
duly of giving to Wilson their full
Acting Chairman McAdoo ot the
democratic national committee Is-
sued the following statement today:
On or before the 10th of Septem-
ber we are going to make public a
list of campaign contributions aid
we shall continue from time to timo
to Issue similar statements until
:iip election. The reason statement
are not issued earlier is because
many of the state finance comm't-
tees have not completed their or-
ganization. "Gov. Wilson will not enter upon
the usual political speech-making
tours. He lis going to accept invita-
tions from different states to make
addresses of specific occasion some
of which may be wholly non parti-
san." A TEXAS WONDER.
Tho Texat Wonder curei kidney
and bladder troubles removing grav-
el cures diabetes weak and lame
backs rheumatism and all irregular-
ities of the kidneys and bladder In
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1.00. One
smal bottle is two months' treat-
ment and seldom fails to perfect a
cure. Send for testimonials from this
and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall
2928 Olive street St. Louis Mo.
Sold by druggists.
The ladies of St. Philip's Guild
will serve an excellent dinner on
the grounds at Lorena Park tomor-
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