The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 204, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 3, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Tuesday Jyna 3 1913-
m i i im 1 11 1 111 . J
Summer Tnurnt Fare! will be
in effect daily June 1 to Sept 30
inc. anJ (food for return until
October 31. 1913.
And all Principal Reiortf
North and Eatt
Calveiton. Mouiton. San Antonio
and Fort Worth
Thru Mttprt Imm Iail a fi CIo.
Thru Slupn r txm w c to Kinjii C t'Y-
Tot irt i!tuntrj 1 1 trrar lira drnptrv
of ummr l"uri nd lurthcr information
call en iny 3nta ft Intnl. or artiiroa
W. S. K F.I.SAN
Ciciwl Panrr Ajrnl. Galvtiton
Fixing Carpet Rug.
When a hole la worn In your car-
pet riiir whip over the edges of 'be
hol: with yarn matching the color n
the riitc; th'ti also l'h yarn fill In
the nolo with very tight crocheted
stitches UKlrift a plain Rtllch; then
over this work little Ioojh of yarn that
mill correspond to tho loops la the
weave of the carpet.
What Was Worrying Him.
A taxlrab caught tire In New York.
The flames reached Hie gasoline tank.
The two paHBeriRi rB. who had come a
lone tumbled out. The fire de
partment was summoned. "Play on
th niHor!" shrieked tho detracted
driver to the firemen. "Never mind
th cab play on tho meter!"
rltop anr! read the Wad Adi.
Cures Old Sorts Other Remedies Won't Curl
The wort r-.fi. no rruittT of how long alHtiililiK.
re iurr-1 hr II" wni'l.rful oM rrliaMe Ir.
f-rtirr Anll'iti: Jlriilnnf Oil. It rHievri
amati't ileali at the me t me 2'r Sx: f l.V
Brown & BridHman
Dricrlalcrs and Embalicers
are now located mi West
Main stree t' under opera
House and have the
largest line of picture
mouldings and Under-
taking floods ever shown
in the city.
Store Phone 2;
Residence 1'hone 7
1 ATENTS PnduceFoituni
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AMI I I I N IV OF IT
For fiirm loans. I make my
own itiupcctiovs ---Prepare
paper - Inspect the security
mill pus on (ho titli'.
1 fiM ij.l imir miinrv K I II T NOW
Time ilti.l Irrnn ri'HHKiLilili'.
. I.ihiiih imuli' nil)' where ill Oklll.
Sri' or write
Ollie W. Amiorton
Ardmorr .- Oklahoma
LIGHT & POWER
LIGHT TOUR HOME
i SECRETARY PEDFIELD CON-
ERS SUCCEED AEROAD.
IVUf.eld. Mass Jjn; 2 Secretary
it' df. eld of the d-pinrnent Of cow-in-
:':. fp'-ar.ing at a hanquet here
ton.irht tendered by the derr.ocra'.ic
rity .o:irr.i''e d'-rii'-j the contention
;:nt American manuacturera coJid
not co:np-t'- fi';crest-fully abroad and
il- lar' d thai on the other hand they
were doing ho rnoro and more b'jc-
cfPBfiilly. ile cted out to a .ort-
' tiri'ious tro-'h In the business of
American manufacturers abroad be-
' jr-nnirii? wi'h a to'al of $413000000
i-n ls:2 to an estimated total of
$1 '00 000 000 In YiV. Jle in-edicted a
: ftiU greater growth with the eliml-
; nation of what he termed "unsys-
I tematizod ma.nai;etneTit."
i "A new freedom for American in-
d iHtrieH" he said "was the affirma-
tive test to which the democratic
1 party had set Its hands. H Btands
i for Industrial education and for fed-
eral aid to It. It HtaTids for the re-
; diictiori of the taxes not only upon
food but upon tho means of earning;
! that Is to Bay upon. buildinPH npjn
i macfclTK-ry and upon materials which
totv-ther ornpo.se the fundamentals
of our lndiiBtrlal life.
Highest Paid Cheapest.
"It does not Ktand for a reduction
of wages because It knows that
American conom!c hlBtory las
taught as perhaps Its Kreatctit lesson
that the highly paid workman well
equipped and well treated and well
fed in the cheapest producer In the
world else with our handicaps we
Hhould not be Belling $1500000000
"All throurt tho ten years since
1902 there has existed a bltfb tariff
In this country- No one will deny
that this has kept prices of buildings
machinery and materials at a much
higher level than they arc abroad.
The owner of a great woolen mill in
protesting ngainst tho reduction of
the tarirf now proposed has urged
that each of these three Items costs
him a great deal more hero than In
liuiope. .Sny they do; no one doubts
It. Therefore Is appears to bo the
truth that notwithstanding what
Home men would cull severe handi-
caps In the way of more ccslly ma-
chinery mote cosily luiillings and
(fli'ii more cosily materials the re-
suits of which 1 speak to you have
been worked out.
Where Efficiency Con it.
"How Is It that In npilo 'if greater
expense in Hichc three liniiortant di-
rect Ions we have yet iii:iti:if. d to nell
goods abroad in coiupe' it inn with the
world nt the rale (f about $1 .'Oo.otiO.
ono a j car in inatiufai'turcd roods
alone this year? It Is because of the
hi "h efficiency of our well paid '
Inn' when coiiiluued with I he line me
chanical equipment of many of our
factories. Observe I do not say of
'all our factories' for it Is unfortu
nately i f t true of nil our factories.
"We have industries that are big! 1
efficient as for example a'cel
though In this Industry lucre uie
wide variations In ellii'l ui. v. Yni:
will find variations of efficiency ex-
ist from "0 piT cent of goo.l stand-
ard up lo 70 per out and "Veil higher
"Kut these are not th inly l.andi-
c;ips that have trouble I our indiis-
I I' s. We have almost .hnll- 'ivUt d
industrial education and v.;1 k
It It now well known thai not mon
'ban one case of rheumatism In
ten requires any internal treatment
w lialei i r. All lb.it Is needed is a
Iree a ppllcal inn of Chamberlain's
l.iiii'iieni ami massaging the parts al
i a !i applical ion. Try it and see how
quickly il will reline the pain and
oi i in :-s. Sold by all dealers.
Railroad Time Tabic
No. fi 12:16 a. m.
tin. 12 3:16 p. m.
No. IX 11:47 a. m.
No. 5 4:02 a. m.
No. 11 1:03 p. m.
No. 17 4:31 p. m.
ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM.
No. f.73 It : 20 a. m.
No. 051 8:31) p. m.
No. f.'2 7:45 a. m.
No. C74 4:30 p. ni.
niyn nnsinrT T n
MIS rami nun
No. S:5 :30 a. m.
No. 513 12:30 p. m.
No. 527 4:20 p. fn.
No. 505 8:20 p. m.
No. 547 4:45 p. m.
(Dully except Sunday)
No. 524 t!:00 a. m.
No. 506 7:00 a. m.
No. 526 12:40 p. m.
No. 514 4:45 p. in.
No. 54 8:10 p. m.
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wo :.- .::.; rove- it tctui.
i-y.-tr-c'.d ca..d or Gl-cn
alo: er.s !. d t-:.du a:.d was buri i
:.; H. Aitt.
Our 6cbjol closed with exercise.
Ia.it Th ud:.y. Mr. Holcomb and
n.-t- r Mi.i3 Kut'a have had a large
school and hae fci.d.-ared thernselve.-:
-o th ir p;iis. They will leave for
Arkansas ia a few days and the beit
w i.-.h's of tho commimity follow them
A larg-; crowd of young people at-
tn.d'.d the fruit sui per given at the
I!aptint church five niiiea outh of
George Drirnmond and family
carne to Hewitt in their car Sunday
and spent the day at Ir. Can'rell's.
Several of our people will attend
the Farmers' Institute at Oil City
Thursday. We would be glad to have
just such a meeting at our town and
we hope we will secure a date and
have a general good time. If there
is one thing we need It la to study
agriculture by modern methods and
how to improve the condition of life
There is a great deal of sickness
In the country at present
iWhen your child has whooping
cough be carelul to keep the coug'i
loose and expectoration easy by giv-
ing rhamberiain's Cough Kcmedy as
may be required. This remedy will
also liquify the tough mucous and
inake it easier to expectorate. It has
been used successfully in many
epidemics and Is safe and wrt. For
salo by all dealers.
PRISON RECORD BROKEN.
Fifty Convicts Re wed in One Day at
Jefferson City Mo. June 2. The
record was broken at the Missouri
penitentiary today when fifty con-
victs received from St. Louis were
dressed In. This was the largest
number of prisoners ever received on
one commitment. The arrival of the
Kt louls convicts also ran the fig-
ure up to tho highest figure that it
has ever reached 2409.
Tills will ho reduced t0 some ex-
tent by discharges within the next
few days but the mid year term of
the circuit courts will swell the num-
ber well above the 2500 mark.
Ayer's Sarsaparllta helps ralure
lo make rich red blood. No
-old for ll year.
Ask Your Doctor. '.o;."m -V
The Despicable fly-
A Scavenger of Tillh-A Carrier of Germs
Disease and Dealb.
There is no excuso for any
family to have the nasty fly in
the homo to drag his slime and
fillli over food or faces of
children. Screeniti(j;oo(l screening-
Hint lasts for years costs
. but little. We have all kinds of
sceen wire and make all good
kinds of screen doors and win-
dows. One of our specialties is
to screen in porches. They make
fine summer sleeping rooms
and kecli o'lt the flies ninl mos-
quitoes during' warm weather
Call us over I'lione :i!2! and we
will call and submit you plans
and cdtimate of cost.
H. T. HUNT
ASK TO SEE THE BRAND
l IV ITJ HEADS
si. 199. U. S. Imp. pi"
It is our guarantee of wholesome
sweet mild tender Ham
Hams & Bacon
are selected from prime well
matured young hogs. They are
properlv cured ana smoked over
green ifickory and Maple. Dairy
llrand is the mark of highest
quality. -:- Ask your dealer.
Tyler & Simpson Co.
..HEN TitEY LEAVE SYSTEM IN
INDIA VHc-RE THEY ARE
"Wives for ssle" are the word's
' hich appear cn a sisn written !ti
:he native language on the wails cf
he oTice cf the "Imperial Tobacco
company" In Calcutta India accord-
ing to Malcolm Hums a notorious
L'iobe-f rotter and at present the dis-
trict director of the Moose for the
state of Oklahoma.
"When I was in India" said Mr.
iMrns last night "I started to work
or the Imperial Tobacco Company
i .hieh Is owned and operated by the
Utgiih government although tho
-'oveiT.ment does not acknowledge Its
ownership publicly on account of it
;clicy regarding trusts for the Ini--rial
Tobacco Company Is probably
the biggest trust In Europe.
"The rules concerning the life of
an overseer in this great company
v. hich controls practically every to-
bacco field in India are extremely
unique. A man cannot get a job as
an overseer uniess he is unmarried
! and is betw een the ages of 21 and
;o. Cut after ho is In the employ
( ' the company he can buy a wife
but just one. ills wife must be Jap-
anese Chinese or any other eastern
native woman and the prices of
these '"wives" range from $50 to $3o0
the average being about $250. Tho
woman he buys has the same legal
rights a& any other kind of wife
that is she can sign deeds and ill
other legal papers and has all per-
"Furthermore when a man gets
tired of his job he may sell his wife
an-J quit. Iaeh overseer has charge
of ahotit a thousand acres of land
and all the "collies" who work the
land. The collies are really slaves
who can be bought and Bold at tho
will of their master but they recelvo
American prison wages for their
work about two cents a day."
Hums would give no reason why
tho overseers were not allowed ta
marry Americnn or European girls
i but he said that the men seemed very
well contented with their "bargain
counter" wives. The salaries paid to
the overseers are especially attract-
ive. When a man "goes on the job"
his first month's check Is $100 the
next month is $150. The new man
works a year at those wages and
then for each year his salary is
raised provided he stays on the
Job that long.
Mr. Hums has traveled and worked
in almost every corner of the globe
and he has a store of other experi-
ences which ho encountered to tell.
"I was in South Africa when the
Roer war broko out. I was working
for a telephone company overseeing
tho erection of some poles. The tel
ephone company 'went Into tho hands
of tho receivers' and I was stranded.
To get out of tho place I joined the
army but got away before the
fighting began." Muskogee I'hoo-
nix. Putting It Delicately.
lie was a stage aspirant and had
contrived somehow to gain an Intro-
duction to a well known manager
who ngrecd to fix a date for a trial.
This duly camo off and expectantly
the aspirant awaited tho verdict.
"What do you think or It?" he asked
after a deep silence. "Well" the man-
ager replied slowly "all I can say Is
that If ever you are put In prison for
acting It will be a grave miscarriage
Place for the Thermometer.
If you have only one thermometer
sacritlco your curiosity as to the out-
side tempiraturo and hang it In your
living room that you may preserve
'our health by keeping the room "jUEt
He Knew Better.
Newltt "They say that the person
vlth a strong Imagination has abso-
lutely no head for figures." Marryat
"Don't you believe It. When my wife
;et8 her Imagination at work upon
it-r age she can make arithmetic look
Had All the Symptoms.
The guide in referring to the Egyp-
tian pyramids remarked: "It took
hundreds of years to build them."
"Then It was a government Job eh?"
replied the wealthy contractor.
Extra Pay for Silence.
To this day In Toulouse where so
many fine singers have grown It la a
recognized custom to pay men at a
higher rate when they are not allowed
to sing at their work.
i Tea vo you oeiieve mat woman
6hould hold the relnB?; Ned "It Is
I til right when you have the girl out
in a sleigh." Judge.
- A FEW
why yon should keep an account with
the Guaranty State Bank
Your money is absolutely safe as our deposits
are guaranteed by the Guaranty Fund of the
State of Oklahoma.
We co-operate with those who patronize the bank
in every manner known to best conservative
WHEN IN DOUBT come in and talk it oyer with
P. C. DINGS J. M. BAIRD E. K. CIIIVKKS
Pres. V. Pres. Casla'r.
Only Success Wortn Winning.
There Is nothing base in failure but
base failure; there is nothing good in
success but that which is well won.
The applause of triumph Is a mock-
ery to hirj who has not deserved his
success; if anything of conscience re-
mains to him such applause must be
a positive torture. We always know
in our hearts whether we have mer-
ited that which comes to us and It Is
always sweetened a hundredfold when
we know that we rearly have dona
aomethlng fair and true for It.
Pretoria Raising Hops.
Experimental hops are now being
crown at the government botanical
cation near Pretoria. Should success
attend the attempts a very remunera1
tive side line will be within the reacli
of the South African farmer. There
re ten breweries In the country us-
ing over half a mllion pounds or
more than 250 tons of hops per an-
num. This represents a cash value ol
"Can you tell me" said the good-
natured old gentleman "why those
golfers over there called me all
those frightful names Just now?"
"Why what happened?" "Oh when
they hit their ball over here I picked
It up and threw it back to them to
save them the trouble -t-comlng for
Alloys or Gold and Iron
Iron and gold when melted togeth-
er may be mixed In various propor-
tions and hardened or crystallized. Al-
loys containing ten per cent of gold
are harder than pure iron mt as th'.
proportion of gold .Increases above
that amount tho afloy becomes soft-
er. Silver and Iron do not form al-
loys. Harper's Weekly.
"Does your wife ever change her
mind?" "Only on some minor mat
ters" replied Mr. Meekton after care-
ful thought. "I believe I recall that
she once expressed an Intention to
love honor and obey or something
Fresh Air and Digestion.
Other things being equal the worn;
an who sleeps with wide opened win-
dows and spends several hours each
day In the open air will stand a far
better chance of being able to digest
and assimilate a normal ration than
she whose close room obliges he to
breathe the same air over and over.
L. HARDIN President C.
Absolutely Fire Proof.
Large Sample Rooms
Billiard and Pool Room. :
WEST GRAND AVE.
To Be Given Away Absolutely Free
A "Sit-Strate" White Family Rotary Sewing Machine of Highest
Quality and $65 Value.
.Watch this space for announcement giving date and details. This
will be a free gift no frills no strings no contest.
Just arrived a shipment of SI dway guaranteed Go-Carts every
part guaranteed for two years with a binding guarantee. Also
something new In All win Cart3in English Chaise style with reclin-
In connection w tl ahove we h ave a complete line all styles and
prices from SI. :.'." up.
I now have a two-wheel sulk y. reversible back with hood which
I will sell while they last at $3.75.
We have just received new car of iron and brass beds. My stock
is completo. We are always glad to show you through and ap-
preciate your visit whether you buy or not.
See my Hastings Kitchen Cabinet the finest one manufactured. It
Is the king bee of them all. 1 like to sell dependable merchandise
and I never sacrifice quality for price. My price Is lowest my
quality the highest. I need your business you need my merchan-
dise our Interests are mutual- Come and see me.
West Main Stret Next Door to Lukt't Music Stor.
Man Prayed for Asaoci.itcs.
In protest against tho refusal of
the Winchester board of guardians to;
deal with the case of a widow already
under the care of the relieving oflleer
Stephen null a member twice knelt
down and prayed for divine guidance
for the board. When a suspension of
the sitting was ordered he called th
members "heathen dogs" and fell on
his knees and again prayed in a lbud
voice as they left the room. London.
Reversing the Order
A bishop tells a story of a nervous-
curate who in his announcement of
tho banns of marriage for two couples
made the mistake of declaring that
the first couple were "for the first
time of asking" and the second "for
the third time of asking." Realizing;
his mistake only when he had fin-
ished the curate nervously added:
"And the first shall be last and the
last shall be first"
In some sections kindlings are very-
hard to secure owing to a lack of
Umber of all kinds. An Inexpensive-
kindler may be made as follows: Take
do one pound of resin three ounces ot
tallow and while still hot after melt-
ing mix with fine sawdust straw or
any inflammable material and mold in
small pieces about one inch square.
One pair will start a fire in the stove.
No use Arguing
When It comes to storing
household goods etc. You will
find our facilities meet every
requirement. We also haul
goods anywhere. Prompt and
careful attention given to every
Phone 72 and we will do
J. L. WILSON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
T. WILLIAMS Vice-Pres. & Mgr.
Fine Cafe in Connection.
Turkish and Plunge Baths.
: Barber Shop in Connection.
OKLAHOMA CITY OKLA.
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