The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 61, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 17, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmort Tuesday Dee. 17 1912
Eradicates scrofula and all
other humors cures all their
effects makes the blood rich
.and abundant strengthens all
ti e vital organs. I ake it.
Ol ll today in uminl 1 lt i 11 form or
chocolated tablets called SarsatabS-
RESPECT THE II
THIEVES AND LAW-BREAKERS
MUST REFORM LEAVE STATS
OR 00 TO PEN.
"People of Oklahoma have suffered
bo much 'i-oid the depredation of
thieves that P. la high time for ho
courts to let Tiiiiin.:ls of this Hups
know in no uncertain terms that they
plUaer must respect the property rights
of others leave the Htato or they
will bo sent to the penitentiary." de-
clared Presiding Judge Finnan of the
criminal court of appeals Saturday
in denying the appeal of Alex nates
from the district court of Blaine cjiiiI
ty where ho had hocn sentmced ".o
servo three year In the state peVai-
tiiny for cow stealing. Jndo Fur-
man affirmed the lower court. .
Several other appeals were passed
iiKn by the criminal court In decis-
ions handed down Saturday moBt of
them being liquor cases and In or.'y
ono instance lid Judge Furman re-
crse the lower vourts and that was
In the case of Dave Weinberger of
Outhrie who was granted a new trir.
on the grounds that the county attor-
ney in his argument before the court
called attention to the fact that Weln
bcrger had not denied the liquor in
question bolonged to him. This the
Cently Laxative. Sugar-coated.
Dose one pill only one.
Sold for 60 yean.
Ask Your Doctor. im. mm.
Are Big Hand flour and good
bread. If you employ the first
3-ou ar always sure of the sec-
ond. They go together even
when accompanied by only
moderate baking skill. Order
a sack of Big Hand flourtrom
your grocer Dont mix ic
with other flours. Give the
Big Hand a chance to show
what it can do by itself
ASK TO SEE THE BRAND
11-" IT UF. ADS
"st. 199. U. S. Insp. pjd"
It is our guarantee of wholesome
sweet mild tender Ham
Hams & Bacon
are "selected from prime well
matured young hoes. They are
properly cured andsmoked over
green Hickory and Maple. Dairy
Brand is the mark of highest
quality -:- Ask your dealer.
Tyler & Simpson Co.
court held wan in violation of lb a kts
(.' evidence that tay no person is
compelled to give evidence which
might incriminate himself.
Killy Jernlgaii appealing from thJ
superior court of Logan county which
had sentenced him to pay a fine of
$."0 and jail sentence was denied i
new hearing. Tht sentence lniosei
'.vas for selling one pint of beer to
1. J Oliver In April 1911.
Stumpf Case Affirmed.
The sentence of six months' Impris-
onent and $500 fine for selling liquor
assessed against Julius Stumpf by the
Oklahoma county court was affirmed.
For selling one quart of beer to P.
S Brooks November 19 1910. T. C.
Bowers of Custer county must iay a
fine of $27") and spend 120 days in
jail as sentenced by the county court
of Custer ounty. Judge Furman af-
fiiming the decision of Judge J. C.
Because the appeal of II. A. White
o Grady county from the decision
of the (irady county court in assess-
ing a fine of $50 and Imposing a Jail
sent. ne of thity days was filed after
the tlmo limit had expired Judge Fur-
man dismissed the appeal without con-
sideration. Luther Morgan appealing from a
sentence of thirty months for cow
stealing iwas unsuccessful in his at-
empt to have his sentence reversed
-y the criminal court. He was tried
and convicted by the Hughes county
Liquor Sentences Stick.
Sentence of thirty days' imprison
ment and fine of $200 each for vlok-
lon of the prohibition laws of the
state inuiosed on V. B. Stafford and
Fred M'lttnacht by the Canadian coun
ty court wore affirmed.
An unusual case was decided in
favor of the stale against Ira Clark
on an appeal from the action of Coun-
ty Judge 15 C Krause of Harper coun-
ty in instructing the jury to bring
in a verdict of not guilty against
Clark accused of petit larcenl.
Judge Furman held that under the
r.tnitutos of Oklahoma it Is unlawful
for a person to take personal property
fiom another no matter whether prop
erty is taken from owner or another.
In the case ngaint Clark the defend-
ant was accused of taking a watch
valued at $3. The testimony Drought
out the fact that Clark had found a
watch in the road yet knowing to
whom it belonged failed to return
the proerty to its rightful owner.
However Judge Furman declared that
since a verdict of not guilty had
bctn returned by the jury upon In-
structions by Judge Krause and that
since the prisoner had been released
ho could not he re-arrested and triro
again on the same charge. Oklalio-
t.ian. A TEXAS WONDER.
The Texas Wonaer cure kidney
and bladder troubles removing grav-
el cures diabetes weak and lame
nacks rheumatism and all irregular-
ities of the kidneys and bladder Id
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles In children. If not
Hold by your druggist will he sent
iy mall on receipt of $1.00. One
dmal bottle Is two months' treat-
ment and seldom falls to perfect a
ouro. Send for testimonials from this
and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall
2926 Olive street St. Louis
Sold by druggists.
Notice of Intention to Fund.
Notice is hereby given that on the
2Sth day of December 1912 at ten
o'clock a. m. or as soon thereafter as
a hearing may he had Bcrwyr. town-
ship in Carter county. Oklahoma. ly
its proper officers will proceoi he-
fore the district court of Carter coun-
ty. Oklahoma to make a showi-u? Mid
offer proot and ask said court to hear
and determine the existence charac-
ter and amount of outstanding legal
warrant and judgment indebtedness
and to sign bonds to bo issued In pay-
ment of same.
All persons interested may he pres-
ent at the time said proof is niad
ti- remonstrate against the issiiano
of said bonds.
Dated this December 1(5. 1912. AD.
D. C. SAMPLKY.
Trustee ITerwyn Township Carter
C. H. ESKRW Township Clerk.
First published Dec. 16 1912
Drives Oft a Terror.
The chief executioner of death In
the winter and Fprlng months is
pneumonia. Its .advance acents are
colds and grip. In nny attack by
one of these maladies no time
should be lest In taking the best
medicine obtalnaMe to drive it off.
Countless thousands have found this
to be Dr. Kind's New Discovery
"My husband believes it has kept
him from having pneumonia three
or four times." writes Mrs. Georse
V. Plam Un .vFonville. Vt.. "nn-1
for coughs colds and croiin we hav
never found Its equal." CJunrantrjed
for n'.I bronchial affections. Price
".' rf nnfl 1 nn Trial bottle free
at Ringer Drug Co.
Full of Mixed Furniture from
the factory. Some fine goods in
it and will swap it for old stuff.
Quarter Sawed Oak some Klrd'd
Eye Maple .Mahogany and Art
Squares and all kinds of floor
coverings a little lower than
Try us at the Big Cheap
Green Box House on Caddo
C P. HALL
The Home Outfitter
..That Kills High Prices.. &
A Des Moines man had an attack
or muscular rheumatism in his
shoulder. A friend advised him to
go to Hot Springs. That meant
an expense of $150.00 or more. He
sought for a quicker and cheaper
way to ure it and found it in
Chamberlain's Liniment. Three days
after the first application of this
liniment was well. For Fale by all
Just received a car of Kansas salt.
Only a few .barrels and sacks left.
Phone 189. Campbell & Campbell.
Famous Stage Beauties
look with horror on Skin Eruptions.
Blotches Sores or Pimples. They
don't have thein. For all euch trou-
bles use Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It
glorifies the face. Excellent for
Eczema or Salt Rheum it cures
sore lips chapprd hands chilblains;
heals burns cuts and bruises Un-
surpassed for p'les. 25c at Ringer
No Use Arguing
When It comi to storing
soushold goods etc. Yon will
ft ml our facilities meet every
requirement VTe also haal
goods aaywhere. Prompt and
careful attentioa give to every
Phone 71 aa we will do
J. L. WILSON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
J. R. Dexter
Farm Loan Agents write
me for blanks and terms
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
JEAJJETTE'S WORRY OVER
HER HUSBAND'S CAREER
Jeanette walked slowly up the path
with an open letter In her hand and a
puzzled frown on her pretty brow.
Catching sight of me as I sat shaded
by the honeysuckle that grew over the
end of the porch she smilingly said:
"Oh Cousin Bess I'm so glad you are
home. What can I do to help Jlmmie
with his careerT"
"Goodness child what a question!
And how thoughtless of you to spring
such a ponderous one on me this hot
"I'll help you pare those peaches!
even If the fuzs does make my blood
run cold If you will only tell me how
to help Jlmmie. His mother has writ-
ten that she 'hopes I will have the
proper consideration for my husband's
.progosslon and will help him with hla
career.' If you were a young wife
Cousin Bess wouldn t that stagger
' "Indeed would it. Walt a moment tilt
get you a paring knife and an apron
nd we will see what we can do about
ft. I must get this basket of peaches
ready to preserve before lunch time.
Company coming to tea."
Settled again at work I told Jean
ette that the best way she could help
'jimmie with his career was by serving
: "Good gracious you don't expect me
'to fetch and carry for him do you 7
I'm not his office boy."
"No dear you are not; but yon can
serve Jlmmie quite well at home be
lng his own loving lltle wife."
' "Oh" breathed Jeanette.
"For example although It may seem
a trifling matter to you you can help
his career by studying his digestion.
.When you have discovered what he
likes and what diet suits him best
learn to cook his meals so that you
can instruct any new cook you may
have how to prepare and serve them
to please him best.
"To look after Jlmmle's physical
health means a great deal of care and
attention but to worry him about put-
ting on rubbers and taking an um
brella if it threatens rain and to be
continually fussing over him Is a great
"Have the raincoat umbrella and
rubbers ready in the hall rack when
you think he needs them. He will
naturally make use of them without
your having to say a word.
"Have the suit of clothes necessary
for a change laid out for him and a
I sandwich with a cup of hot broth
waiting for him if he is forced to work
late at the office.
"Silence is a wonderful help to a
tired man. All the little attentions to
his physical comfort can be adminis
tered witnout any great now oi woras
and a cup of beef tea placed silently
beside him on his desk when he works
at home will be more appreciated
than If you spent twenty minutes
in trying to persuade him to drink it
"Save him from wasting time In
Interviewing troublesome callers. Of-
fer to write his letters for him espe-
cially those of a social nature and
business ones too if he will let you.
"Never trouble him with domestio
worries. Let him think that the
household runs as if on oiled wheels
that scarcely ever creak. That means
self-denial but practice it.
"Learn to wear a smiling face even
if disaster threatens.
"You will often feel like crying
with Impatience when vexatious prob-
lems must be faced and cruel disap-
pointments forgotten but if you make
up your mind to exert your self-control
you will be able to smile and
smile and smile.
"Don't let Jimmie be distressed and
depressed by the sight of your tears.
"Remember there are two kinds of
women the one who takes the heart
out of a man and the one who puts
It back. The successful wife must
be the one who restores the heart
and energy to her husband when the
fight again Bt obstacles has been fierce
"Jlmmie loves to play bridge and
you loathe cards. Learn how to play
and help him to enjoy that harmless
recreation when he is worn with work.
"Do not allow a disparity of tastes
and sympathies. Interest yourself in
'Jlmmle's hobbles as well as In his
"But Cousin Bess his career. How
can I help with his career?"
"Just by these little things. Don't
you see dear that by Just smoothing
'out the rough peaces for him will
give Jlmmie more time and uninter-
rupted thought to give to the building
:of his own career?
"There the peaches are all pared.
Don't they look delicious? I will give
you a Jar when they are done. Thank
you for helping me dear."
"Thank you for helping me dear
How He Felt About It
; There was one man in IndianapollB
this week who could appreciate the
position of the man In the musical
comedy "A Modern Eve" who Is the
hen-pecked husband of a suffragette.
Whether the understanding one is a
.resident of the city or whether he la
!one of the state fair visitors remains
a mystery but he is not in sympathy
with the suffrage leader depicted la
the play. He was a diminutive per-
Isonage with long flowing whiskers
and a very meek countenance.
The husband who was dominated
by his wife had summoned sufficient
courage to speak of the matter. His
narrative of his troubles ended with
the lines "Now I am tired of this I
am going to assert myself."
The audience applauded and the
pmall man was especially elated. "Bul-
ly" he cried. The exclamation brougU
forth more applause than the lines.
is dead forget it
does not exist don't worry
is here use it
iOpen an Account with
the Guaranty State Bank
Oil City Okla. Dec. IC The ere
of men which the Santa Fe has at
work fitting the pipe on the oil line
have reached Sneed and will finsh
' Plans are being made for Sneed
and Oil City to have their Christmas
tiee together. Committees from the
two Sunday schools will discuss the
plans. It will probably be at the
Wheeler Bchool building which is half
way betlween the two places.
A number of hogs were' slaughter-
ed in this vicinity last week.
Jim Ansley is convalescing from a
long spell of typhoid fever.
Max Westheimer was in Oil City
last week and visited the Oil fields.
Many farmers in this part of the
M. W. Jones
The Jones - Everett Machine Co.
Engineers Founders and Machinists
You have not seen anything very startling in this space in
the last two months because we have been too busy but now
that the harvest is over and business slacked up we are going to
tell you what we can do. The advertising man that Fold us this
space said that If we wrote good ads he would do the rest so
we are going to put it right up to him for we have "got every-
thing' that a first class mach'.ie shop and foundry should have. If
you use machinery just let this thought penetrate your gray matter.
What would Ardmore bo without a machine shop? Phone 83.
I Christmas Shopping I
You will find many useful and durable presents at Downlngs.
Many articles of Furniture make the choicest of Xmas presents.
Reservations are now being made daily for later delivery and
while stock is complete youshould do your shopping. Careful
and prudent buyers do this knowing the unpleasantness of the
the rush of iate buying to say nothing of the disappointment
of broken stocks.
Call at Downing's todiy and have your presents reserved
for you. Goods delivered at any time. My motto Is HoneBt
Goods for an Honest Price. You can save one-third to one-half
by trading here. Come and see. Phone 128.
IfV. C. DOWNING
NORTH SIDE WEST MAIN STREET
ARDMORE NATIONAL BANK
U. S. DEPOSITORY
Our Motto: "Strength Not Size"
Clot of butineta
U. S. Bonds 125000.00
Real Estate 15846.25
State and County
Warrants .. 99191.30
The test of a bank is in its Cash Reserve. Amount required by
U. S. Government 15 per cent. Actual amount carried by
us. 52 per cent. NO OVERDRAFTS. NO BORROWED MONEY.
If conservative methods appeal to you we respectfully
invite your account.
G XV. STUART Pres. P. D. MAXWELL Cash
county will plant peanuts next year.
Air. George Jackson and Mr. Clowdus
are greatly pleased with the results
of this year's crop. Air. Clowdus
fattened seven hogs on peanuts.
The trouble .between the school
'board and the primary teacher will
probably be compromised. Two mem-
bers of the board have agreed to pay
her one half month's salary and give
her as many months as her contract
calls for. MiES King will take charge
of her pupils today.
You will find that druggists every-
where speak well of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. They know from
long experience in the sale of it
that In cases of coughs and colds
It can always be depended upon
and that it is pleasant and safe to
take. For sale by all dealers.
C. H. Everett
Capital Stock $100000.00
Surplus and Profits .. 24.492.-32
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 61, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 17, 1912, newspaper, December 17, 1912; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc146048/m1/2/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.