The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 102, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 4, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Tuesday February 4 1913
THE DAI'-Y ARDVORSITE
(Tl:r JDatlu rDmorrttfJ:;;!:;;;
ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING CO.
V HI O-'J.S
. . Manager
Kti'..-Ml at the i'o-to"ice at Ardmore
an OLd-f.'iaisg Marrer.
THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF CARTER
COUNTY AND THE CITY
II it is in Tbe AMn.orfciK; it li lezal.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
The Daily Arflmoreite.
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One Month .J
The Weekly Ardmoreite.
Orje Year by Mail
Three iloMf.H -J
Any rrohs reflection on the
rfiara't'-r ut.d!r.g or repnration of
fan y j-r .on f.rm or corpora:on
wbi'h rii ay ap.var in the foi:n.r.s if
The Ardr;.or-!' will he gladly cor-.
1 1 j n !U b-lry bronsrht to the
attention of the management.
Iie:rj- Mar.aifers Off i' e
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Ardmore. Tuesday. February 4 1913
FROZEN TO DEATH; INTOXICATED i
Krotn the old Indian Territory
tli.- ne ban gone forth over tht- tel-
(frajti ire that a:i Indian h'le
binder the lnfluenc- of Intoxh'i'ii'H
ha been frozen to d .ith. In the uewa-
laperK of the nation from .Maine to
California and from the north to s-:u
a-iuti the story haa Jieen ptiblinheJ
if bow a poor and uneducated 'red
nan" "a ward of the government"
wan given uhliikey In exchange for
I ik money and then permitted to
Ho forth to lie a helplenn atom of
humanity until the biting winds of
the bll.7.ard a It awept down from
tl.e cold and chilllnK north napped
out the little life which the poUon
htd lft in him.
J'robahly thin atory will hn printed
In the Washington city newHpapers
aid the member of congreKH may
read It. And readliiK It may Htop
ai d coiiMid r for a moment or two
v. hether they will cant their votes
:p the Hide of JuhUi e of humanity and
Kood government In naylnK whether
oltier Mate Bhall he permitted to
Hhlp Into thlH or other prohibi-
tion atut h.
The fedcrul Iuwh nay that It nhall
not be permitted for any one tQ Hull
li'toxlcatlng Ihiuora to ono of lt
ward. The Htntit lawn of Oklahoma
-ay that whlHkey or other Intoxl-
c.tiitH hIihII not ho trafficked In with-
it the conflneH of thlH Htnto. Jfut
tbirc. Is ho far no law whi:h na)H
that lliior dealers of any other plate
Klnll not Hhlp tho denlructive elu-
liient which they I. audio Into this
Mate. The federal Iuwh do uot Kay
that tint lawa which tho govi nnnent
Haya nhal bu rnHpccted by all per-
'ioiih llvliiK III thl Mtate Hhall be rc-
Htii'ctod by thoHe who Uvu In another
"Ah long uh 'whiskey Is made it
vill ho drank" !h thu argument of
tht.' ll(iior ailvocateH. Mlglit. not. thlH
remark for It Is not an argument
be ho amended iih to road "So long
an ptati'H wherein tho liquor traffic
Ih tolerated ami legalized aro permit-
ted to Hhlp Into BtateH whero mich
traffic Is Illegal It will be drank?
There Ih no reason why the deal-
erx In any commodity In any one
"After four in our family liad died
of consumption 1 was taken will)
a frightful cough and lung trouble
hut my life was Raved and I guined
87 pounds through tiling
W. H. Patterson. Wellington Tex.
PRICF Bftp ind l 00 T U DRt'CfilSTl
PROF. CARL M. JOHNS
(Hachelor of Oratory Valparaiso Uni-
versity) now with Jlargrove College
announces the opening of his KxprcBS-
Jon Studio TuoRdays and Saturdays at
DOS n St. S. W. For rates and infor-
mation phone tho College.
Seven New Ford
Jilft recelvi'rt. I am prepared tn
iiiakft ilvninnitralliiii of (bene cars
nii'l will make linineillnte di ll vitIi-.
P. P. Kearney
ARDMORK it OKLAHOMA
''J r.or ' e n.ai-r to r--oi.:re
la of a r:t-r t4t j
: If th-y
' t: at they
:! :.ct dy i-- of ti.-..- ir- !
:.d every dav !.'-' tio
re to fra'' tr.at
The prohibition fctatj'e ;;n tht
?.'R of e-. ry proh::.:lion nate :a
rr." Lr.ioLi are iro:-n !y th'.-e who
f rr.;-hed the i.-.tars for the la a io-
1-tion from dealers c;ra'ir.g "ader 1
th- law of ttair- o'her tare. There
1 r.o fit.oiia! faru'e which taja that
the Mat of y.ihstjir; of T-iat. of;
A.' a.'.fca? or of ar.y orter "et ' Mare
trail no' ship h:fckey ir.to the Mare :
o' 0:ahor;.a. Atd tsuil s-'-'-h laws :
ar- jirtw sr.d rigidly enforced "e
n ay trj-ect ooth the Ma'e and the
i veynmej.t laws regjlarlrg the
linjor 'j jeMion to he broken e may
e;ect whikky to he hold to the In-
c an ai eil as to the "ahite. The
Man who rcxr!eps and rherehv vio-
b t.'j- .as or t:;e i-.a'.e k.;0s
t .at r.e is ta.:riL: long cr.an'es in '
: he is ta.!nsr lor.g changes in
'fcfce he he ca'iBht and know.ng icib ;
.w ..t .-t f it II.
i- not po.r.K to Mo;) to draw the l::ie j
l.i.e h'-re .-jv the t'ovem rr.er.t of the ;
I n ted Stales Kays he fliall not sell
a an I.'j'i.an but hih perm;r the
vlo!eKaji-r .n anoM.er sfite to fcl.i;i
and tell to him In his eys and
j t-tly to it is a distinction withcrit
a d. fferer.ee. If the man who Hells
by the barrel Hhi;s to him neither
I j. owing nor caring to whom he; fells
jrst no lonir as the barr 1 lot is paid
Icr why oho'ild the bootlegger pause
and fctop to draw fine distinctions in
tie matter of the one to whom h
If the bcotlegger 1 a violator of
the law and a criminal so also is the
v hoh Baler -who ship into prohibition
territory and it srng but a short
step a needed step for the national
U makers to bo declare.
iVInita Is to have a distributing
btanch house of a
large Chicago mail
I'ractically all the diHtrlct clerks
lit Oklahoma have the court dockets
pi itited in the local papers.
The Chickasha Kxpress askH edit
'Why nforce all laws?
Who was It said "to with
tie public!" Was It John Jacob As-
t r or (lie UisaHter known as a gas
Oklahoma Ih to have a "rent rs'
urlon.'t Wonder If It will call for a
shorter month and fewer rent pay-
It looks now as though tho Iowa
logislaturu will puss tho hill which
will prohibit the Intermarriage of the
white and negro iac s in that Btate.
Mryan Hlntcs that he Is in a rcco:-
I t'vo mood. From the number of
times we have voted for him this
hi ( ins to ho his normal condition.
Tlio Atoka Jeffersonlan asks:
"Aro we keeping up with the natloii-
v. Ide movement for hotter public
rrads?" and adds "there is nothing
that develops a country more."
'Kansas now comes to the front
villi a story of a man and wife who
are to be re-united after a Reparation
of fifty years KaiiHas may always
le depended upon to do tho unusual.
The doctors and tho newspapers of
Hugo aro to be commended for their
r.ctlon in n fusing to suppress news
of the smallpox situation In Hugo.
Nothing can be lost In telling the
truth In matters where the lives of
(lie public are at stake.
The preachers of Denlson Texas
have announced that they will im-
n.idiatdy begin the taking of a "re-
ligious census." Old church letters
will nVw probably he removed from
c( Id storage by the dozen in tho Tex
An exchange says that a Now York
woman lost $140 which she carried
In her stocking and wanrs to know
how tho loss can be explained. Don't
ask us we haven't been out of Okla-
homa for a y ar.
An exchange states that the AtmoR-
pbi re is the name of a new Journal-
lMlc venture out west. Must he pub-
In hod III Wyoming as there Is more
full grown atmosphere out there
than in any other btate in the union.
The J-awtoil .Constitution says:
"Don't pin your faith to an early
si ring; the coal man may yet he i
speaker of the house." Over here .t
1. oks like the gas man and it fur-
ther looks like there is a conspiracy
bit ween him and the weather man
and the dealer In overcoats.
Tho Wabash Avenue 'Methodist
church of Chicago has announced
that It will furnish all who want to
work but ho are unable' to find em'
V i Shoe Polishes
1HEST QUAUTT LAMCCST VAICTY
"CttT tDCE" th otJy "f!i!)t rHf thj.t
c -rirtai tK.u zA a -ti aiAes mtant rma-MM.Kc-
it.;of ruMctoriui tijoet. ;oc Hi Ml lit.
0l ICI HTTP ' :l ItiMf ora w:th totre lkk-
TilT nnrf'Ch'u'.ion for (rtcm who
ior od 1 2ir !o I tiM thort. fo mii a
-rash Of cote lOereu. TUTCk r 5 cet!i.
'liu o.i' i ai iji'tnt Mufi2i:micf
LHt l-.i:tu H tkt U'id.
ploy.'ijer.: wjrh free lunches ar.d a
i iace to s'eep. A nice juky wood
I li - has ux been provided as a
r-:ans of protection agains' profess-
ional ' We iry Willies.'' Th.s io a
Mep in the right direction. A full
Moma h v ii! do mii'-h more toward
put'ing the love of God in the heart
of man than will a carload of tracts.
Th - Ix-nison Herald is hoping for
the return of the time "when the old
blue-back spelling book will be an
important feature in the educational
affairs of the country." Too busy
v. 'th" a'hletics brother lit raid. What
r atters it if man mis-spells every
?crd in the English vocabulary so
If-r.g as his physique be developed?
The house committee on criminal
jurisprudence have reported unfav-
orably on the "Gurry" .bill with the
ri ommendation that it do not pasB.
T he Curry hill is along the same
line of the bill -which would make
gambling a felony in Oklahoma. The
Jickxt and the legislatures of all
statis have been close friends from
fine out of memory.
The people of Guthrie have decided
that their entire section is underlaid
with oil. In order to develop the oil
fields they will give as a bonus a
b ase on twelve thousand acres to a
company which agrees to put down a
test well three thousand eight hun-
oied feet deep. Go to it Outhrie. If
some of your public spirit could he
broadcasted in other sections of the
Btate Oklahoma would advance to the
very front of all the ranks in leaps
Osteopaths Want New Rule.
New York Feb. 4. The Hoard Jf
health of this city will it Is expect-
ed announce its decision today re
garding giving osteopaths permiss-
ion to sign death certificates. The
mutter has caused a great deal of
iigitatiou between osteopaths and
di ctors practicing medicine. The
former declare that osteopaths are
fiiually as capable of diagnosing a
.'isease as a physician with a degree
of doctor of medicine and Is there-
fore cipable of making a proper re-
ef rt. Physicians repn sentlng var-
ious medical societies have hee-i
f-phting against them. Doth sides
have been represented by legal coun-
sel in the fight.
Stop and read the Want Ada
Things Do Not
But are the result of the
intelligent work oJ a
healthy body and brain-
But body and brain can-
not do thoir best work un-
less nourished and built up
on the right kind i f food.
is a well-balanced food
made of wheat and barley
and contains the vital food
elements in form for easy
It meets Nature's re-
quirements for building
strong bodies and active
When these are healthy
a person is equipped to "do
"There's a Reason"
feilij 15 HH
iWHY MABEL LOST
By BLANCHE HARPER.
TU Have It to you." said the young
bieji mith the recedes chin to his
friecd with the furry bat "whether it
was Tcy fault or cot: It was Just
bad luck: I'm hoodooed that's what:"
"I thought you were asked over to
rls!t Vagi's family at their place in
the ccuttry." objected his friend with
the fuzzy hat
"I was" admitted the young man
with the receding chin. "And I put
it to you if that wasn't encourage-
ment. When a girl's family lets her
Invite a man for a week-end doesn't
It look as though everything was all
right? And if the girl didn't want you
couldn't she sidestep the invitation?
"Mabel wrote me a nice letter when
she asked me and I considered the
question before accepting. A man
doesn't want to commit hlmeelf off-
hand you know. Girls are so fright-
fully keen these days and while
Mabel never seemed so you never can
tell. Still. I had always liked Mabel
pretty well and you know where her
dad stands he's got so much money
that they use It for kindling wood
So I made up my mind that I might
do lots worse. Hesides I hated to dis
appoint Mabel. I resolved to ask her
to marry me and get it over with.'
"Gee:" Bald the man with the fuzzy
hat in admiring tones. "I like to see
a man with courage:"
"I was a little surprised" said the
young man with fte receding chin
"to find when I got there that about
six other fellows had been Invited
and among them that Rollson chap
that particularly obnoxious fellow
who nevi r notices anybody you know.
I resolved to show him a few things
So I got Mabel to myself the very
first day. She had the garden hose
turned on her pet flower bed and I
ruEhed out to help her. She In
sisted that she preferred to water the
flowers herself but I simply took the
hose away from her and naturally she
bad to stay and watch me use It. I
tried to lead np gradually to what 1
had In mind but she didn't seem to
realize the situation and always ran
me off the track. Finally I turned to
her In desperation and throwing out
my hands said '
"What?" breathlessly Inquired his
"Well whaterer I said was com-
pletely lost In the subsequent excite-
ment" admitted the young man with
the receding chin. "When I threw
out my hands I dropped the hose
naturally and the nozzle struck on a
stone at such an angle that the full
force of the stream hit Mabel In the
face and drenched her.
"I didn't see her again till evening
but of course neither did Rollson.
Naturally I sought her out to apolo-
gize. She had Just taken a chair un-
der the moonvlne at one end of the
porch and said "Oh!" In a rather dis-
appointed tone when she looked up
and Baw me. It sounded as though
she had expected some one else.
" 'Mabel' I began 'I can't tell you
how sorry I am "
"'Don't try' she said. Rut I kept
on for an hour. Whenever any one
else walked toward the corner I
hitched my chair around to prevent
the Intrusion so we were not dis-
turbed. Finally she rose and so did
I. I stepped closer to her and took
her hand but Just as I said 'Mabel'
softly she let out a shriek that
brought every one running.
"'My foot! . My foot!' she wailed.
'You brought your great heavy heel
down on my foot and nearly killed
"Then that Rollson chap pushed in
ahead of me and half carried her to
a chair. It was most annoying. Bat
I knew that fate could not defeat a
"The next day all of us went for a
walk but despite my efforts I could
not get a word with Mabel. I admired
her shyness. A girl can always feel
a proposal In the air and It Is nat-
ural for her to throw obstacles In the
way. It only proves her Interest
Finally I circled around and reached
a stile ahead of the rest. I planned
to be there when Mabel arrived and
help her over before Rollson could
climb tbe fence and do It himself. It
worked beautifully only as I bobbed
np smiling and lifting my hat I ran
plump Into a hornet's nest In a
sassafras bush back of me and I
don't know who helped Mabel over
"Every one seemed to think H my
fault that Mabel was stung by several
of the little beasts too.
"I made up my mind that I would
have to write my proposal and send It
to her. Dut Just before I left her
for home I accldently overheard
Mabel and her father talking.
"'Good gracious!' Mabel told htm.
'Don't blame me if he haa kept out of
all your bridge games! I told you he
could play bridge when you wanted
some one to fill out your table but I
didn't guarantee to chain him into a
chair! Haven't I endured enough In
my constant maneuvers to escape bll
attempts to propose to me? I've been
nearly drowned and poisoned by
hornets and my foot was smashed
trying to get away from him and
Mr. Rollson ready to slay him at
sight! Go away papa and don't add
to my troubles!'
"Now I leave It to you If I didn't
serve Mabel right Just to let matters
drop and not write thnt proposal?"
"You did!" agreed tho friend with
the fuzzy hat Chicago Dally News.
A Local Product Too.
"Havo you any aptitude for quota-
tions?" asked the literary person of
his friend the haberdasher.
"Only In my own line of business.
To tell the truth I don't even know
how pig Iron Is quoted this morning."
NO ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THIS COLUMN AMOUNTING TO LESS
THAN ONE DOLLAR WILL BE ACCEPTED UNLESS THE CASH AC-
COMPANIES THE AD. ADS THAT AMOUNT TO MORE THAN ONE
DOLLAR WILL BE CHARGED TO ANY RESPONSIBLE PERSON.
DO YOU WANT A I'H.VKTON I
have one nearly new. Al Kice. 2tf
1 SELL. AND RENT TYPEWRITERS
and handle ribbons carbon paper
oil. etc. G. P. Selvldge. Phone 310
IF YO WANT to rent buy or sell
see R. T. Dallas. Phone 501. 2-3
CITY PROPERTY 'Mr. O. h. Elving-
ton now has charge of our rental
and sales department. Special and
prompt attention given. List jour
property. Phone your wants.
Phone SC. The RedHeld Realty
Co. 21-1 m
SWITCHES curls and wigs manufac
tured. Agency for tho Blackstone
water face scalp and body mas-
sage machines Supply depot 411
B'way N. W. Phone white 7S4.
Your patronage solicited.
10-lm MARIE COULTER.
J. R. DEXTER.
Low Rates. ttasy Terms.
LEDBETTER & WIMBERLY
Rel Estate Farm Loans
..Fire Insurance Surety Bonds
FOR RENT A nice south room fur-
nished or unfurnished. Phone 65S
or see P. P. Kearney. 31tf
FOR RENT 3 houses; one 4 one 6
and one 8 rooms. All good houses
in northwest part of city. Phone
red 107. Dr. C. .McCoy. 27-1 m
FORi RENT Southeast furnished
rooms first and lower floor. Phone
444 red. 2-3
FOR RENT 6-room house one de-
tached; gas; water; bath. See
Coleman Bros. 2-3t
FOR RENT 4-room house 212 Sec-
ond Ave. N. W between B and
C streets. Apply R. E. Drennan.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished up-
stairs southeast room Gentlemen
only. Phone 609 Green. 630 West
FOR RENT OR SALE Remington
L. C. Smith Fox and other makes
of typewriters; rates reasonable;
J. Goldsmith's Loan. Office. 24-lm
A compact traveling case is a book-
shaped writing pad which folds over
flatly and when open reveals compart-
ments for all the correspondence nec-
essities as wrII as a calendar and nar-
row slides holding memorandum slips.
One of these fits nicely Into a hand-
bag. "Thou Madest Me for Thyself."
O thou God Omnipotent who sc
carest for every one of us as if thou
carsdst for him alone; and so for all
as If all were but one! To thee will
I Intrust whatsoever I have received
from thee. So shall I lose nothing.
Thou madest me for thyself and my
heart Is restless until It repose lc
thee. Amen. St. Augustine.
"Method In Madneas. "
"Why do you always insist on talk-
ing about the weather to your bar-
ber?" "You wouldn't have me talk
about anything so exciting as poli-
tics to a man who is handling a razor
Dr. Orison Swett Marden discussing
success In New York said: "Economy
Is the road to financial success and
most people In this Impatient age try
to do the trip In costly high-speed
Bachelor's Savage Comment.
A wealthy gentleman who owns a
country seat on one occasion nearly
lost his mother-in-law who fell Into a
river which flows through his estate.
He announced the narrow escape to
his friends expecting their congratu-
lations. One of them an old bachelor
wrote as follows: "I always told
you that river was too shallow."
Watering Hanging Plant.
The difficulty In watering hanging i
plants is that the water drip on to
the floor. If a very small funnel It
Inserted in the soil hidden by the
foliage and the water poured In this
It will gradually peep Into tbe soil
without dripping on the floor.
To Clean a Gas Range.
Tbe loose parts of a gas range fre-
quently become so greasy and dirty
that they can scarcely be cleaned.
Place these parts on the coals iu the
furnace when tho fire is low and it
will quickly buru them quite clean
Want ads get results. Read them.
FOR SALE Lp-to-date
nearly new. Al Rice.
FOR SALE Fresh Jeisey milch cow.
See or write J. C. Payne Deeae
FOR SALE My residence on Vtt
Uioadway. Richard M. Lester.
GOOD SWEET POTATOES delivery
at $1.10 a bushel. Phone 2'.'1.
FOR SALE Three good driving ani-
mals and the best road buggy in
the county. B. A. Simpson. 3Ctf
FOIt SALE Good Jersey milch cow
with heifer calf. Call R. A. D.in-
can. Phone CC3. 21-2t
FOR SALE OR TRADE O-pas.-en t
liuick automobile l'jll model. Wi'l
trade for stock. W. II. Rogers.
tOlt SALE 12 R. C. R. I. Red ar.d
S. C. W. Orpington cockerels phone
4S7 blue. 2-Zi
FOR SALE A-l young Jersey cow
good and gentle. C. G. Howland.
Phone C53. 2-i
FOR SALE Kellerstrass Crystal
White Orpington eggs for setting.
Best winter layers In the world.
$1.50 per setting of 13. Charles von
Wetse. 2 -tit
FOR SALE OR TRADE 5-passenger
Bulck automobile 1911 model in
perfect condition. Will trade for
stock. W. H. Rogers 20-ln
FOR SALE Phaeton 2 roller-top
desks filing case typewriter office
table household goods; all cheap.
Ricfiard M. Lester. 29-6t
ELBERTA ORCHARD for sale. ii
acres adjoining corporate limits
of Ardmore. Fine for new addi-
tion. Will pay 20 per cent on in-
vestment now. Greowing In valua
all the time; one-fourth cash bal-
ance terms. This Js a bargain.
W". P. Poland Ardmore Okla.
WANTED Woman to do housework.
Call Mrs A. Solomon at residence.
TO CHOP and put up cord wood
$1.00 per cord 6 miles northeast
of Ardmore Okla. See T. C. Ran-
dol. 3-3t-d lt-.v
iWANTED Ten carloads old iron.
bones coper brass rubber bottles-
zinc lead sacks tinfoil. C. P.
Hall the New and Second-Hand
Home Outfitter on Caddo Street.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A small bunch of keys. Find-
er return to Dr. Hargrave.
Economy Due to Science.
When sugar was made from beets
It took about twenty tons of beeta
to produce one ton of sugar; now It
requires but six tons due to scientific
breeding of the beets.
Pay Big Price for Water.
Water Is sold by the ton at Per-
nambuco Brazil. It Is piped from
springs eight miles out from the city
and is furnished to ships at eighth-one
cents a ton
HEAL IT WITH
THE ONLY CENUINP
KEEPS FLESH IN TONE
FROM SKIN TO BONE.
HealB Everything Healable Burns
Bolls Sores Ulcers Piles. Eczema
Cuts Corns Wounds and Bruises.
SATISFIES. OR MONEY BACK.
25c AT ALL DRUCCIST8.
Brown & Bridgman
Undertakers and Erobalmers
are now located on West
Main street' under OPera
House and have the
largest line of picture
mouldings and Under-
taking goods ever shown
in the city.
Store Phone 23
Residence Phone 7
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