The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 140, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 20, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Thursday March 20 1913
THE DAILY AROMOREITS
BOWELS SLUGGISH STOMACH SOUR
GASSY UPSET? CASCARETS GREAT
That awful sourness belching of acid and foul gases; that pain in
(he pit o.f the stomach tie heartburn nervousness nausea bloating after
eating feeling of fullness dizziness and sick headache means your stom-
ach Is full of sour 'bile your liver is torpid your bowels constipated.
It isn't your stomach's fault it Isn't indigestiion it's biliousness and
Try Cascarots; they immediately sweeten the stomach remove the
sour undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess
bile from the liver and carry off the constipated waste matter from the
bowels. Then your stomach trouble Is ended. A Cascaret tonight
straightens you out by morning.
injured but the plum crop does not
amount to much. The peaches are re-
garded so far as being safe.
PRICE IP CENTS
t AS CARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP.
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(From Weekly Ardmoreite'
J. A. Gilliam fanner ut Baum has
some of the best DOtiom lands in tin;
county and is counting on raising a
bale of cotton to the acre. He and
other farmers in that belt oC fine lands
lo not give much heed to peanuts
and kafir. Mr. Gilliam will have in
his crop this year 2 acres of kafir
LTi tf corn and 2li of cotton. lie will
plant the Mcbane seed and his son
(irover Cilliam 12 years of age will
plant and cultivate two acres of cot-
ton according to the plans ot the government.
ty. W. H. H. Kcltner is the prosivh nt
imd Miss Helen Hester is the secre
tary. The women as well as the men
are taking an Interest in the gnat
agricultural movement that is now
sweeping the country. Mr. Kcltner
was hero last week and purchased
(lilit bushels of sweet potatofs
which he will bed out for slips. He
purchased three kinds the pumpkin
yam the Jersey sweets and the Car
ter county Jumbos lie says Hi.it
while Hi ck is now 24 miles from the
depot that the potatoes can be crated
and hauled here without injur and
with profit to the grower.
A few Sundays ago The Ardmoreite
made the statement that 51 acres
had been addo.l to the orchards of
Carter county this winter and spring.
H. 11. l'arker who makes it his bus-
iness to sell fruit trees says this pa-
per is badly mistaken concerning the
acreage. His estimate is based upon
Tho town of Reck located 24
miles southwest of Ardmore claims
the distinction of having the first
peanut and potato club in the coun- t!le numi)er of tI.ecs wllich he lias sld
and upon what he kinws of having
been sold by other fruit tree agents.
Mr. Parker and the men under him
he says have sold trees enough to
set out 000 acres.
I FIRE PROOF
Rooms Without BATHilPOup
Rooms With Bath $I.OO
CAfE PRICES SENSIBLE
CLUB E4REAKFAST25t I
NOONDAY LUNCH 40
Brown & Bridgman
Undertakers and Embalmcrs
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
Joe M. London returned to Ardmore
last week from a visit of several days
to the country west of Ardmore. lie
visited Brock Cheek Simon Orr
Hewitt Grady and other towns In
that section. Mr. London says he
never before Raw such activity among
the farmers. Trees are being felled
new land broken fences built and
houses erected. He has great faith
in this country owing to the indus-
try of its farming classes. Improved
machinery is being used on most of
I he farms.
O. V. Voting member of the hoard
of county commissioners wag here
Tuesday (from his home at Herwyn
Mr. Young states that he will enter
into hearty co-operation In the move-
ment to give agricultural prizes and
that he will announce the first of
April the prize that he will give. Jle
Is inclinei.1 to encourage corn growing
ami will cfl'er a prize on corn.
T. A. Payne of Ixne drove was an
Ardmore visitor Monday. He has
bi"n tj Texas here he bought some
pMie Mebane cmTr. s''d and a'so
some Mexico 1'iulific. which ho says
has proven to be a very fine cotton. I
His son l'lliert Payne II year old1
will have three- acres of land this
year which he will cultivate and own
as his own crop. Two acres will be
planted to cotton ami one acl'e to
kafir. Mr. Payne says he is feeding
kafir this winter and spring and finds
that his t.ams are in fine comliton.
lie likes it better than corn.
J. K. MeCarty will give $.".00 to-
ward the agricultural prizes this year.
He does not state just what the
cash will go for but will be given to
some of the busy boys un-J girls of
sent. If any member of tho Can-
ning clubs has 'failed to hear from
Mr. T. M. Jeffords write to him
at 120(5 Colcord Building Oklahoma
City Oklu. or to Mrs. (ieorgia Pcott
at Ardmore. Tin re lette rs were re-
turned on ncciKiiit of Insufficient ad
Will Lasley a reader of The Daily
Ardmoreite at Newport was here
Monday. Ho says the freeze did not
hurt oats in his section of t he coun-
try and that gardens were not dam-
aged to amount to anything for the
reason that they were not far en'.u.uu
Any fanner or threslierman in Ok-
lahoma by sending a self-addressed
stamped envelope to John A. Scott.
1.(10 K. Killer street Oklahoma City
will receive a copy of the Thresher -men's
Lien Law just passed by the
legislature of the state of Oklahoma
also instructions as to settlement.
J. M. LICNXOX
Climin Committee on Agriculture.
J. P GRIGGS. Chairman.
J. K. IjKMON. Secretary.
Farmers' Caucus c'f House of I'.e; re-sentatives.
APACHE CHIEF REPORTED DYING.
Lawton Okla.. March 1l -Asa Dak-
lugie former chief of the Apache
prisoners of war at Fort Sill Is dy-
ing of pneumonia In his new home
on the Moscah m reservation in Xev
Mexico acconlii::; to telegraphic dis
patches r?ceied at Fort Sill today.
'there is said 10 be little hope of re-
covery. Asa. who was elected chief
succeeding (I'Teiiimo Immediately af-
ter tho Inttcfs death went to the
Mescalero resm ition a year ago. He
had been an niiiiriiir worker for tie'
transfer of the Apaches to the old
stamping grounds hut when delay af-
ter delay in' . 1 died procured spe-
cial permission to remove his ov. u
family to the New Mexico reservation.
A Stephens county farmer demon-
strated last year that 200 bushels ot
Spanish peanuts can be raised upon
one acre cf. land. The government
has shown that the food value of one
bushels of peanuts is worth 2.3 bush-
els of corn. Hundreds of acres of
Carter county lands will grow from
40 to SO bushels of peanuts while the
same land will grow from 40 to SO
bushels of peanuts while the same
land will grow from 23 to 30 bushels
of corn. Why. not grow peanuts? A
ton of peanut hay is equal to a ton
of alfalfa hay.
The mercury dropped Saturday to
24 degrees eight below freezing but
the Ifruit growers around Ardmore
are of the opinion that the fruit crop
was not hurt. Early plums may be
L. HARDIN President
C. T. WILLIAMS Vice-Pres. & Mgr.
Absolutely Fire Proof. Fine Cafe in Connection.
Large Sample Rooms Turkish and Plunge Baths.
Billiard and Pool Room. : : Barber Shop in Connection.
WEST GRAND AVE. OKLAHOMA CITY OKLA.
SILVER K. TRAVERS
RECORD 2:25 1-4
Will stand for a limited number of mares fci the Baird Wood
Yard three blocks south of the court house. Terms to insure $20.
Silver K. Travers is a beautiful brown horse without fault and
one of the best bred horses In the Bouthwest and a producer of high
class from one of the best standard trotting families in the world
being by Norval King by Norval by Electioneer by Hamiltonian X.
Ills dam Helen Travers a producing dam by Gambetta Wilkes Im-
petuous Palmer 2:03 1-4 (three years) and who hold3 the world's
record. His dam Is by Norval King and who Is the champion brood
mare sire of the world. Address
324 B St S. W.
To Canning Club Members:
I hope every memlx r of our Can
ning clubs has by this time made all
(necessary arrangements about her
Your land should be thoroughly pre
pared an.l manured ready Vor your
earliest seeds. Do not wait for any
seeds to be sent vou. The depnitment
may send some and they may not.
However the cost of the seeds is a
What your crop shall consist of is
left entirely to you though tomatoes
and beans are stressed.
lie sure to have a good Plot of to-
matoes as they are so easily raised
are so prolific are one of our best
drouth-resisting vegetables and
above all can he use! in so many dif-
ferent ways. Instructions will be giv-
en you in time for the prunin.g and
staking cf the vines.
There is always ready sale for can-
ned tomatoes and the cans of our
goods that were bright and used last
year gave such excellent satisfaction
that a demand will in future be had
for all our girls can put up. The
same success can be had with otlur
Suggestions for a few vegetable to
raise this year for canning are-
beans peas cabbage (plain or
krauted) corn corn ana tomatoes
okra tomatoes and okra pumpkins
and sweet potatoes or &nf others
that you care to plant.
We can hande them all. Fruits
and berries can be taken care of too.
Plan your garden now so as to
have one crop follow another through
out the growing season. We should
have something to can until late fall
if this year is at all reasonable.
The Oklahoma Fair association has
already put up $200 prize money for
the Canning clubs and we will have
more from other sources.
A club girl will have nothing to
lose but everything to gain by en-
tering into this work as all t Ti-
praise as well as all the' goods she
cans or puts up in other ways will
belong to her.
If you have failed to hear from
our state agent Mr. Jeffords since
sending in your name you may know
that your mail is going astray on
account of insufficient address.
If you will write me about it 1
will see that it is'rectified.
We want every girl to be sure to
get all her instructions and every-
thing that is sent her regarding U1I3
Write to me regarding anything
miS. GEORGIA SCOTT
Agent for Carter County.
Mrs. Scott has some letters that
have been returned to the state agent
at Oklahoma City. These letters have
been sent her to trace the post of-
fice of the girls to whom they were
Indians to Have Congress.
Washington It. C March -Congress
when it reconvenes will find
a rival In I capitol for it devel-
oped today plans have been made to
establish hen- an organization to be
known as the Indian congress. Tli'
arrangements were approved at a
meeting of sou nd tribal Indians and
their r"prosc ieai ivos iast night. The
congress will ha.o one resident del -gate
from each of the various Indian
tribes of the count ry. F.acli delegate
v ill receive a salary tho amount to
lie determined by tho council of each
tribe to be paid out of tho tribal
funds. The primary object of the
congress will be to look after the
interests of the Indians before tin
government and congress.
The Indian newspaper the Toma-
hawk now printed on the White
Farth reservation in Minnesota is
also to be located here and it Is ex-
pected thnt publications of the paper
in Washington will begin by the time
the extra session convenes.
New Rubber Tires.
We are prepared to put
them on for you while you wait
and give you the best material
and lowest prices.
We also repair your har-
ness while you wait in our own
shop. First class work good
material and moderate prices.
Call and See Us.
New State Hdvv.
and Harness Co.
Town's full cf
Studc tanker Farm Wagons Studebaker Bug-
gies and Studebaker Delivery Wagons.
and every owner of a Studebakei vehicle
is proud of it. Because he knows it is the best.
Sturlebakor wagons and buggies are built on honor
and with the experience that coines from sixty years
of wagon building and you get the benefit of this
experience when you buy a Studebakcr vehicle
Whether you live in town or country; whether you want a
work or pleasure vehic le there' a Studebaker to till your require-
ments. I arm waoiin contractor's wagons trucks municipal
vehicles ice wagons dump wagons ami carts road oilers buggies
depot wagons surreys pony carts runabouts we make them all.
also harness for any sized animal for any vehicle of tho
same tiih standard of quality as the Studebaker vehicles.
Sec our Dealer or write us.
South Bend Ind.
NEW YOKK CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS CITY IJEJJVER
MINNEAPOLIS SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND OHE.
The Pennsylvania Fight.
Ilarrisburgh l'a March 20. As a
result of thi! recent visit ot Colonel
Koosevelt to :bis slate speculation
is running high regarding the future
movements of tho regular republicans
and tho progressives. After today
practically all of tho more important
bills to pass the stato house of rep-
ress ntatives will bo out of tho way
including reform nnd progressive leg-
islation. Tho (final outcome of all
the new laws will be republican bills
and not those framed by the Flinn
faction. Herein lies the fight between
the two factors of republican:! in tho
state. Senator l'enroso has told his
followers that tho salvation of the
republican party in l'eiinsylvania rests
with this legislature so it is believed
the 'fight will be carried before the
people at the next election.
is well known that these pests carry;
diseaso germs into every home.
(liven under my hand and the seal
of the City of Ardmore this IStlx
day of March 1913.
1). II. DAWSON"
Attest: C. If. 11 RUCK
City Clerk. 13-4
Six of the Test union harbors and
you are alwnyB "next" at Too Rob-
fornia (sliyMly higher from some points)
I'lirsuait to a resolution passed by
tho lioaid of Commissioners on the
1 1 1th diy or March inn I D. II.
Iiuwson Mayor of the City of Ard-
more liy virtue of the authority 'n
' me vested do hereby proclaim the
:iMh 21st and 2Jnd days of March
! 1 i J :J as "Clean-up Days" for said
I All citizens are earnestly requested
'to make a general cleaning of their
'respective premises of all rubbish
tin cans etc. and have same carted
out of the city limits burning up
such material as m;iy be combust i-
ble. The street department will aid
as far as possible in this work.
Special attention Is called to City
Ordinance No. ;i0 which provides for
cleaning sidewalks and alleys abut-
ting the premises of each citizen.
This work is . necessary for tho
health of the city as summer is com-
ing on and all breeding places for
inosrpiitos flies and other pest3
should be thoroughly eradicated as it
Phone me about
All work done
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
BITUMINOUS LIME ASPHALT
Ri'fini'd Asphalt Produced Under'. S. Patent 722.51)0
ill uie tl a '
One Way Colonist Tickets
on eale dally.
March 15 to April
Tourist Sleeper thru to
ik for our California booklet
They are Free.
For detail Information see
L. C. Herndon Ticket Agent
Ardmore or Address
;W. S. Keenan G. P. A.
Vou are as handy to a' irooil (trocery store as you are to your telephone
C A Lt Ja 2 :$
We never substitute. We handle fresh country produce and the best things to eat.
W ILL C. SCRIYNER
Quick Money to Loan on Farms
W. A. WOLVERTON
District Manaiti i With Ard mors Abstract C
13 N. Washington St ARDMORE OKLA.
Examinations made and loans closed from this office
Good Farm Loan Agents Wanted
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