The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 292, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 1, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Sunday September 1 1912
THE DAILY AROMORCITt
Mic juaiiu ;rDiuorciic.
AHDMOHEITE PUBLISHING CO.
SIDNEY SlUJdS President
S HYH-NK M
JOHN K. EASLEY -JJJJ ' ' h
Entered ut the PostolTi.-e at Ardmore
as Second-Class Mutter.
THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF CARTER
COUNTY AND THE CITY
If It la In The. Ardmoreito it la legal
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character. standing or reputation ol
any person firm or corporation
which may appear In the columns of
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attention of the management.
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Ardmore 'Sunday September 1 1912
HAS FAITH IN HER HUSBAND.
In speaking ot her husband Wet Is
Ixiuusboiry who la under arrest at
Topoka Kansas his wife said to
Home news reporters yesterday: "lie
is the best man on earlh. I believe
In him. I will do everything
I can for him."
For hundred of years the poets .f
the land have nuns of the devotion
of women. For hundreds of years the
men of (he world havo spoken In rev-
erential tones of woman while stand-
ing in her presence with bared heads.
In many cases sentiineiitalistii has
placed the wreath of a blind adora-
tion upon the brow of all the gentler
sex and such a woman as1 Mrs.
Uiunsberry have made this possible.
Joining with Wells Ixmnshorry this
woman a few years at?" promised to
love honor and obey promised to
leave nil others and cling to him.
promised that h!n life should be her
lift that his Cod should be her cod
his people her people. Living hap-
pily through tho days when prosper
ity's sun shone In their pathway like a
true daughter of the Immaculate
Mary she now clings to him w lieu the
dark and stormy nidi of adversity's
cloud Is turned toward them. Years
ago this woman said "I will follow
where ho leads mo leaving all Ihings
to the slrangor."
And now that the great troii'ib-
lias come upon then- now that he is
facing a charge the punishment for
which should he be proven guilty
will separato them for many years
she comes forward unit with true
womanly devotion- that womanly de-
votion of whi.h poets have snug for
ime-s places her arms about his noe
and. all else forgotten In her vll'elv
love. sa. s "lie is the best man on
Other women may chide her other
women mav call her a weakling oth-
er women may say that this husband
has disgraced her and the children
which she bore him. The world In Its
ALL Y E
Hy an ingenuous method c.f
budding grafting and other-
wise scheming known only to
ourselves we have produced
a rare species of
which will revolutionize the
world iu fish bait.
Can supply any quantities or
the follow. ng liromls:
LITTLE RED WRIGGLER
OLD ROSE NEVER DIE
Also small supply of Here-
fords. Poland China. Durham
and Plymouth-Rocks ami num-
erous other brands of WORMS.
Write or wire your wants to
Nute Dyer & Tom
Propogators of Thoroughbred
Worms.'" Oklahoma City OMa.
Tarms located ntar stockyards
Oklahoma City. Notice our ills-
play at Oklahoma State Fair.
cohl lieui'tlessiieHS may say that she
should p ave him to his fate and pro-
lei t lurself-tlie linger of scorn may
point her out as the wile or a crim-
inal a highwayman and a robber
but Hie fact remains that it is such
women as rs. Loutmborry who ma.'..!
this world a fit pluee to live in who
make this life worth living.
No cxcifu la offered for the short-
comings of the husband no exeiis.;
is sought lie has sinned against (In
laws of man and must sutler at the
hands ot man. Hut in the presence
ol the tioil of the I'nlvcrse in the
presence or the tine who said thai
i' was not good for man lo lie alone
this man'!! wife is dinging to him
lending him the aid and comfort :'
her presi nee and believing ill him.
This is a wicked old world filled witu
a Hellish wicked people but thiough-
oiit this world end In the Innermost
hearts of its people there flows an
undoreunenl ol respec.1 ol love aiei
client Ion for Kiich women as Mrs.
louiiHheiT. Ai.d when at last sho
shall have closed her tired eyes upon
"liles liiful scenes' forever and shall
hae passed over lo the great ma-
jieily this world will have been bet
ter because for a lime she lived in
With that devotion which has
broadened Into a love which "passetli
understanding" this woman the wife
of a conlesHed law breaker has cross-
ed the thousands of miles intervening
between her home in western Ore-
gon and the Kansas jai! to the with
"the best man on earth" to libow the
world that she believes in him and t.
do everything that she can ifor him
With reverence as well as with re-
spect the men of America of tie
world should stand today with bared
heads when the name of the faithful
wifo of Wells Ixmnslierry Is men-
tioned. A woman who In the story
of the human heart stands side by
side with Mary the mother of Christ.
NO GOODS DELIVERED MON-
DAY. WILL BE OPEN UNTIL
NOON. W. J. LANE.
We oiler One Hundred Hollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
can not he cured by Hall s Cutarrh
K. J. CHENEY &. CO. Toledo O.
We the undersigned have known
F. .1. Cheney for the past fifteen
years and believe him perfectly hon-
orable In nil business transactions
and financia'ly able to carry out uuy
obligation by that firm.
Walding Kinnan & Marvin
Wholesale Druguists Toledo O
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
Testimonials sent free. Prices. 75
Take Hull's Family Tills for rnstl-
NO GOODS DELIVERED MON-
DAY. WILL BE OPEN UNTIL
NOON. W. J. LANE.
Tribe of Ben Hur Organized.
The Tribe of lieu Hur a young
'people's society was organized last
Thursdav night with 40 members.
Mr. Oscar Deveny was made chief
of the tribe and Mr. THirrnh was
made judge Miss Myrtle Stenklev
scribe. Miss Edna Ttowmnn. teacher
Miss Victoria Tipton mother: Miss
Maude Williams sister: Mr. Johnnie
Irbv captain: Mr. T.eo flow guide:
Mr. l.eland McN'oese will Tie the
Hen Hur of the tribe.
Mr Edgar Son failed to stiow tin
and it la generally understood that
he Is breaking a calf to vide In or-
der that he mav ride the doomed
goal of next Monday night. The so-
ciety Is composed of the younguT
set and they are expecting to give
a home talent play In the near fu-
ture. Few. if any. medklnes have met
with the uniform success that has
at tended the use of Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Heme-
ilv. The remarkable cures of .-olio
and diarrhoea which It has effected
in almost every neighborhood have
given it a wide reputation. For sale
hv all dealers.
Mr. and Mrs. Al liice and children
are spending tne weeK-enu ni
Chickasaw Lake club house.
Thursday night the ladles of th?
Chickasaw club will give a dance
at the lake for the benefit of the
piano fund. Forty-two and dancing
will furnish enjoyment for the eve-
ning. To Our Patrons.
Our office and mill will he closed
nil dnv Monday Labor Pay.
ARDMORE MILLING COMPANY.
We ofer fishing tai.kle at one-thlr'
off. Kilter & Son. 1-3
Wo repair show cases. Ardmore
Wall Pa!" r. Point and (Has a Co.
We still paint siens Ardmore
Wall Paper. Paint and Class Co.
Summer Hoarder "What kind of
3sh are those sonny?" "Mud suckrrs.
Hut on ;V? bill of fare nt the Eagle
house they are mountain trout."
Spend Labor Day at Lorena Park-
Monday September 2.
Our buyer has leiiirned from an extended trip to New York
where he purchased one of the most complete stocks of New Fall
;(h in Dry Ooods and Wearables for Ladies and Children that has
ever been brought to the City of Ardmore.
In our expel ieni e of 25 years in business W e have never used as
much care iu silling the markets in search of the brightest gems of
Not an importer or manufacturer of any reputation but who will
contribute to our selection of feminine apparel for the coming season.
Our new goods are now arriving by fast freight and Express
c rispy new things fresh from the looms and from :he tailor.
4 In the beginning of the season we wish to again remind our
patrons of the fart that. In hiiyig from us they run no risk of getting
"shoddy" or shop worn goods nor or getting "kike" made or "sweat
shop" garments wo leave these for those who want them we cater
to I lie trade of Ladies who know and appreciate goods made in sani-
tary factories and garments made by expert Tailors.
We wish to call the Ladies' attention to the far' that we have
discontinued handling the Cossard front lace Corsets we had so
many complaints ol these corsets hinting the back and of interior
boning that we decided to throw out the lint any $5.00 Cossard
now on hand can be had for $:'..50.
We succeeded while ill New York in securing the exclusive
agency for Hie New French Model Corset "The Modart" this is
recognized as the best front lace Corset made cut on entirely new-lines-
does not hurt the back and is boned with the new "Whaleon"
1'nlike other front lace Corsets the "Modart" is made in special
sizes lor certain models these points w ill bo explained to you by our
Corset ierre who is now in Chicago studying the new methods in
Corset fitting but will return during this week.
We are also showing all the newest models in "Warner's Rust
Proof" and "American Lady" Corsets your garments will look one
peiT'ent better when fitted over one of these Corsets.
We invite your careful inspection of our new styles.
THE MEN'S OUTFITTER.
R. E. Grisham Has New Store Hand-
some Fixtures and Big Stock.
It. E. Crisham's place will no long-
er do known as The .Misfit Parlors
but lias been given the more digni-
fied name of "Crisham's. The Men's
On' litter." Mr. Grisham has recent-
ly added to his stock a complete line
of men's furnishings including the
well known brand of Kiippenhoime-
clothing a standard line of shins
collars gloves underwear and all
other lilies that come under the head
of nun's furnishings His store
front Iiih been made now two hand
some show windows have been added
new and handsome show cases haw
been placed in the store and new
racks for clothing have been added.
Grishani's is now a modern store i-i
every detail and has a standard stoc'v
of goods which is the equal of air
ever car-led in the city. Mr. Grisham
is a conservative business man nn-l
the fact that he has made this changv
in his lin. of business is abundant
evidence that lie has grea; faith in
Ardmore and in the amount of busi-
ness that will be handled here this
Today wo havo
Vanilla Ice Cream
Chocolate Ice Cream
All Sleffens quality.
HOFFMANN DUt'Cr CO.
ONE THOUSAND POUNDS FOL-
GER'S GOLDEN GATE COFFEE
JUST RECEIVED. W. J. LAN E.
is guaranteed to keep
Money chetrfully re-
funded if it does not
10c per Bottle
j OKLAHOMA GUARD PRAISED.
But Two Members "Fell Out" During
Recent Army Maneuvers.
Oklahoma City Okla. Aug. 31.
Members of the Oklahoma National
Cu.ird composing the "red" army in
the Kansas maneuvers this year
scored well and received the compli-
ments of the regular army umpires
The ten days' tour of duty was tho
most difficult the guard has under-
taken since its organization as the
work embraced every element of ac-
tual warfare with the exception of the
use of actual bullets. All branches
of the military service were on test
including intrenching tools wireless
siunaling etc. The men saw some of
thp hardships of campaigning in that
meals were missed and sleep lost.
This was the first maneuver of thH
character held In the middle west
the gatherings heretofore being con-
fined to camp and field work with
the attending advantages of there be-
ing a large force. This year the
training was of a different sort cal-
culated to try out the citizen soldlerv
under unfavorable circumstances.
The weather was unusually warm
and the troops suffered no Utile. !!rt
two Oklahoma Ciunnlstnn fell out on
account of exhaustion or sickness.
.lust received a fresh shipment
HOFFMANN DR1V. CO.
PRESH BARREL KRAUT. W. J.
Take dinner on the ground at Ix-
rena Park on Labor Day. 2S-4
' tl'lll. ji ll. i.A I wDU jo
ee your irrocer.
A vapor bath prepares the skin
to pertorm its functions of healtti.
At the Palace Barber Shop.
See the fireworks at Lorena Park
Monday night. Most elaborate ever
witnessed here. 2S-4
Can You Beat This?
tC. F. Foster of the firm of Pugh
Foster has a photograph taken of
a singly twig broken from a limb or.
one of his Flberta peach trees. Ou
this twig were fourteen well devel-
oped peaches which tipped the scale
at a total weight of one hundred and
sixty ounces ten pounds. Mr. Foster
says that all of his trees -were loaded
down In this manner to the breaking
The Commercial Club will probahly
have a cut made of this photo and use
it for advertising purposes.
CAKE AND PASTRY FLOUR. W.
. inuEDTucucMTs cnu THIS
THAN ONE DOLLAR WILL BE ACCEPTED UNLESS THE CASH ACCOM-
PANIES THE AD. ADS THAT AMOUNT TO MORE THAN ONE DOLLAR
WILL BE CHARGED TO ANY RESPONSIBLE PERSON.
J. R. DEXTER.
Low Rates. Kasy Termi.
In the Georgia State i-'avings Assn.
ut 5 per cent interest payn bi-
E. E. 0UILLOT.
116 West Main.
FOR TUADIC Nice Ft. Worth resi-
dence property for farm near Ard-
more Okla. V. K. Stockton
IxK-k box 235 Polytechnic Hts.
Fort Worth Tex.
LEDBETTER & WIMBERLY
Real Estate Farm Loans
..Fire Insurance Surety Bonds
SAN ANTONIO RICSIDKNCK seven
rooms desirable to exchange for
Ardmore property or cattle. P. O.
Box 101 Ardmore. 1-3
I SELL AND KENT TYPEWRITERS
and handle nbbons carbon paper
oil etc. G. P. Selvidge. Phone 310.
AM STANDING my fine full-blooded
young Jersey buH for $2.50 spot
cash. C. P. Hall. 7-lni
CITY LOANS Long time low rates
' best and most eijuitable contract
apply now as the company has
plenty of money. Phone 9G. O. M.
Redtield Apt. 21-lm
THE RUSH SKASON is on for our
line. You can easily make from
$5011 to $1000 on the side by Jan-
uary 1st. itig commissions. Ref-
erences. Get busy. Kawin & Co.
TAKEN By mistake from the
court house a book entitled
"The Following of the Star."
Please notify Mrs. Sam H. Cut-
WANTED A registered pharmacist.
Apply. Johnson Drug company.
WANTED Roomers or have room
and board. Apply 118 C street
WANTED To buy whiskey and heei
bottles iron bones rubber and
metals. C. P. Hall. 7-lm
WANTED To buy a medium size
cash register must be in good or-
der. A National preferred. R. W.
WANTED Men tr learn barber
trade. Unlimited term. Another
rush for barbers this season. Best
trade in existence today. Good
money. Light clean inside work.
Write for free catalogue. .Mole-
Barber College Kansas Citv. Mo.
WANTED All parties owning fruit
land In the fruit belt east of Ard-
more to list came with me. I have
calls for fruit lands daily and can
sell your lands for a good price.
V. T. Rexroat. K.tf
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Last AVednesday locket an I
chain somewhere on Main Street.
Finder return to Mrs. J. S. Media -ren
or Ardmoreite office. 30-3
LOST Model FBuick "automobile
crank near second ward school.
Return to fire station and receive
AGENTS WANTED $10 per week.
No invetment or cxperienie neces-
sary. Write for my big tailoring
proposition. P. W. Goodman Pres-
ident 5th Ave. & Congress St. Chi-
cago. AGENTS New book telling all
about "Roosevelt and the Progres-
sive Party" enormous demand;
complete liook ready; one sample
free to every agent; highest com-
mission or salary. Also "Titanic
Disaster" "White Slave Trade."
and 500 others. Write immediate-
ly for free outfit. International
Bible House Terry building Phil-
"If our man doesn't make a record
In tho legislature" says the Whltsett
Courier "we'll send him to congress
where he'll be lost sight of and never
heard from again."
CHEESE CHEESE CHEESE JUST
RECEIVED. W. J. LANE.
Stop and read the Want Ads.
COLUMN AMOUNTING TO LES
FOIt KENT Two good houses 1
i-room 1 8-rooni near car line. C.
-McCoy l'houe 107 red. 1-Ct
TOil KFNT Furnished or unfurnish-
ed rooms for light housekeeping or
sleeping rooms. 210 A St. north-
west. Mrs. McLamore. l-tf
FOR RENT G-loom dwelling mod-
em on 7th Ave. A St. N. W. Tel-
ephone jU4.R. T. Dallas. 1-3
FOR ItENT After SeptTlst. brick
btore building 24x100 ft. second
door wect of Guaranty State Bank.
Moraa Scott. 25tf
FOR RENT Two rooms iu one of
most desirable homes in city. Call
at 915 Stanley Boulevard or 'j hone
S5S white. 27-Ct
FOR RENT Large southeast light
housekeeping; room modern and
close in. 514 First Avenue South-
west. Phone t'80. autf
FOR KENT Three or four nice
rooms for housekeeping for partic-
ular people; also one large south-
east separata room. Mrs. Sam
Noble. Phone Blue 1S8. 27-5t
FOR RENT Sei (ember first the
store building now occupied by the
People's Stort Store room la
fifty by one 'tundred feet and
warehouse Is twenty by eighty feet.
Apply to A. V. Doak of Phone
red 133. 18-tf
FOR SALE Fishing tackle at one-
tlnrd off. Ritter & Son. 1-S
FOR SALE Iron bed and springs and
golden oak dresser and wash stand.
Johnson the Hatter. l-j
FOR SALE Three human hair
switches. 21S Fourth Ave. N. W.
Phone white S7U. 1-2
FOR SALE Cheap or will exchange
a Singer sewing machine in good
condition. Chas. Milner at Chick-
asaw Furniture Co. 1-3
FUR SALE 70 acres of; land 1
miles south of city limits. S. No-
land Phone 402. 27-lm
FOR SALE Fiae young Jersey cow
with heifer calf. Can be seen at
121 li street S. W. Phone Blue
FOR SAliE Cash or monthly terms
good 4-room house and lot in best
part ot city; lot 100x180; good barn
fine orchard pantry two porches
all complete and very cheap. S.
Noland. Phone 402. 28-lm
FOR RENT OR SALE Remington
Fox Oliver and other make of type-
writers reasonable. J. Goldsmith
Loan Office. 5-im
FOR SALE Three-chair barber shop
at very low price; location good;
reason for selling owner is not a
barber. Price $2U0. W. Newman
Ardmore Okla. 80-3
FOR SALE A nice small stock ot
groceries and fixtures; also my
home place corner B street and
2nd avenue northwest at a bar-
gain. See A. C. Crosby at Star
Wagon yard. 30-3
FOR SALE Single buggy and har-
ness; gas range; Acorn gas heater;
open front gas heater; gas fixtures;
double-barrel shotgun. 1104 Third
Ave. S. W. near Stanley nivd.
FOR SALE Two blocks rental prop-
erty with seven small rent houses
in good condition south Ardmore
adjoins Santa Fe railroad near oil
mill; very desirable for trackage
warehouse or factory sites. Also
two fine vacant residence lots in
McLlsh addition 115x110 with con-
crete walks closo in. Mrs. J. B.
Parisians Find Rent a Burden.
Rents In Paris have increased heav-
ily within the last decade. The num-
I her Of Vacant llwelllnpa la rnnalnnllir
decreasing and many citizens fear that
within five or six years they will eith-
er have to pay unbearably high rents
or move outside the city.
Protest Against Social ll.
You cannot expect a teacher to have
the skill of an artisan the experience
of a horticulturist the spirit of a
raturalist and the culture of a county
councillor and then pay him the sal-
ary of an office clerk. Exchange.
DAILY SHIPMENTS FRESH VEG-
ETABLES. W. J. LANE.
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