The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 282, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 3, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday Sept. 3 1913
THE UAILY ' ITU
CHICAGO'S 1 lRSTWIim:
TABI.KT .NOW MAKKS KINIK
liroiwc Mrmoriul I'rcM-iitcd lijr Jiiinei
S. Kirk A Co. Unveiled on Spot
Win-re Once l ived Chicago
I-'imt (liviliiin Resident.
Col. CurdonS. Hubbard whose fatlii-r
cniiiotoCliicuguin IMS hearing; a I. I ler
of introduction to John Kinzie spoke
''.- nn hiTPtnilii' tounviMU lulili t "m-mcmnraiiv.-
i.f th.' Hit- f tli tir.it HwcIIihk
ll.mc erected in tin- City oft h u-an.
"A vory l"iig " "-'"' iv'r " 'll""lr'''1
years in lMH.tliulir.sti! tin- l'i""'-r l
Chi a'.. .I"''" Kinr-'. with Ins family "u-
lic(ltlnslt.iii"l lna llim-ln'rwiiH for many
years Uip centre of tin- .Wnd un.l 1 . I ; i.-I
life of tlio northern pari of Illinois ami the
then territory now known in tin- Stat"' 'f
Wisconsin. 'Mi.' lartornf the I'. S. Cov'tun
the In.linn Tribes i.f th Northwest m.d
trustcl liyboth Mr. kili.io was the moi t lli-
llucniiul man in th.' Northwest.
Kurt Ii.-arl'om'.iiiiU in ln.".. and rii I
in lsnl wan directly across tin' rivi-r. anil at
the tinin of lhe Massacre of iIh tiarnw.n m
HI ' John Kinz.ii' iiinl hi. family.mniii? to the
love'iind t Ml for li in by tin' Imlians
hi lif.-aml that of Ini family were spared
Bn.liifliTwanli worn taken acro:.n the lake
in open 1'oaln hy the Imlnms.
It is lilting therefore that llimsjiot hIioiiI.I
In-mark. .! bolll in remembrance of the mi-
ll .ns. services of John kmzie in I he opening
up for settlement of this region and I hum-
it hi. o.l th first Whim Man's residence
in this ureal city of Chirac;)."
tin this h isloricul spot where st"! the home
of John Kmi7.ii'. t ho tirst while settler in Cln-
eacit. th.' firm of James S. Kiik & Company
started th.' iiiiiniifarturing of high grnd
H.mps for lh Toilet nml Ijom.lry nearly
thr piarti-rs of a eentury ago.
Tim name "Kirk" has long stood for the
hii'hest ipialitv in scientifically nm.le loilet
nn.'l Uundry Soap?; therefore it is not sur-
prising to know that since Kirk & Company
placed their Jap Kose Transparent Soap on
the market several years ago. that its siir-
cess shouhl have been almost instantaneous.
In fact there i.s no other cartoned trans-
parent Bonp on the market today V.I11.I1
e.iuals it in size of cake or in quality.
It is a Hoap f"r " specilk- purpose that of
rleansmg the skin. an. I it lathers as freely
in the liar.lest water found in the V. est as
in soft water in the Knst. We heartily rec-
ommend Jap Uose bitd believe that it can
he purchased from most druggist and
grocers in this city.
MAN WHO STRUCK OIL.
First Well In Pennsylvania Brought
In by Colonel Drake.
Fifty-four ycarjt apo or to ho exact
on AiiKtist 27 1S."i! oil was struck In
WPHtt-rn I'l-nnsylvunla at a spot which
ihofo the nlcturesiiiio nanio of I'it-
hole now a di-Bt-rted villaRo hut nt
on tlmo tho bci'iio of opoi h-maklni;
Tho man who discovered oil hy bor-
ing for It was a picturesque) charac-
ter of an adventurous dispoHitlon hy
1ho name of Kdwln h. Drake widely
linown under tho title of Colonel. He
had olmerved traces of oil ou th
surface of a stream near Titusvllle
ASK TO SEE HIE BRAND
IK IT HEADS
til. I'9. U. $ nip. pJ"
It is our guarantee of wlioli-some
sweet inil.l tender Ham
Hams & Bacon
art' selected from prime well
matuiod iiinn Im-'s. They are
priiperlv "cured and smoked over
orocn Hickory and Maple. Dairy
Brand is the mark of highest
ijiiality. -:- Ask y.uir dealer.
Tyler & Simpson Co.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
St . v 1 UK ll 1M II IH . y
X7J.'N 1 ..U.-.I A.U ....r llrui.Ut r A
4( Q.-J hl.. l ..l. r lla-n... J Tlru...lV
I'r...-.. A . ' III I III Tl 11
11 Ul.lMI llltM I'll Is. It .
.s 0r-. e-st. A 1
SOID BY DRlOlilSTS lVLRMHt RE
Is lnt.-rr-.ti-.! ait h"ii..I
kn.i nt.eut t!ir won.tollul
it. 11 lie I'linib't sup
r;y the MAKVKL.
Bccrpt n mhi-r. hX
n-nJst.unri inr bonk.
Marvel Co.. 44 C. ?3d St
New Transfer Line
I will be pleased to receive your
orders fur moving household
roods. Crating a n d pacUno
shippinu and storini; will re-
ceive special attention. Satis-
J. A CROGUANS. Proprietor
Knew n ..s lJ.k' Jehr. 1
;(! ho r.-soh. I.I Mill; il wi ll lii r:''
euro this commodity in Iiiik't qmin
lilirs nml to replace tin- 'I't'l.- meth-
ods which lit. Indians of Western
I'i'iiiis.v I .siih;i iui i i' i l. TlH'v
IINTSed hhllllftS t" SCCUfe the hibri-
I can. more however on account '!
Ili medicinal qualities of III.. rml
oil than fur It -s (iiiiiimti ial values
It is priiMril hv 'ho ii'oil" '''
TiiuMillo oil City ami othor riti'-s
j tl. oil l-o.-inll III I'f'l't a lliollil-
111 .pi. In Iitak'' lo mark tlio spot
ulirr" th" first oil wo'l was hiiiiK. A
1 irako in. ' rhil iimsi-iiin hits already
toon .sla.lili;hol at Titusvillo
The history of tl trly proilno-
lion of oil in fh- oil n-uioiis of Wosl
cm I'c liii.-ivl viuiiii i-' inls lilii- a ro-
mance aml it Is. iiil''''l. a roniiiiu-i-
r.ninil.il however on tin- most. oli l
M mot in i- of f n t .
It. Is a fart that th.- discovery of
oil was one of the most vital in th-
history of the I 'nitt-.l Slates. It seems
lilliiiK thai sum- shaft or monument
should mark tin- plac. where Drake
had the prescience to sink tin- first
oil wi ll which incicascl so aina. nr-
ly the wealth of this country ami a. I
dcil so much to th'- comforts of life.
Wall Street Journal.
COL Sit! SE
MUST GO AS DELEGATE TO GOOD
RADS CONGRESS AT DETROIT-
Afllrminf; that Oklahoma must. In-
ably represented at the great Rood
road.H connress which is to ho held
in Detroit the last week In Seitem-In-r
and oxpres.slnK 11 wlUiiiKness to
sharo the rxpenso of a state deb-irate
the autoiiiobiln club and Rood roads
boosters of Chlckasha unanimously
idected Commissioner of Highways
Sidney Suk'US to represent the state
nnd tendered him a draft of t"7 to
help pay the expenses of the trip.
Colonel Sugs went to Anadarko on
Krlday nifilit and mado un address to
tho good roads advocates of that citv
nr.d whllo passing through Chickash.t
was notilled of the action of the
Colonel Suggs has .been invited to
participate in thn discussion at De-
troit where ho will mako an ad-
dress. Secretary of Agrisulture Iine
and Premier Itorden of Canada will
be at th congress and a representi-
liv from the state department :f
every state in the union. The last
congress was Instrumental in secur-
it g an appropriation of half a mil-
lion dollars for the post roads and
the present congress is going after
more than double that amount. Col
Suggs is anxious t( be accompanied
by as many Oklahoma boosters as
Governor ('nice has been requested
to appoint the delegates and Colonel
Suggs wants to submit to the gover-
nor as many as possible but will not
ask the appointment of any man un-
less he expects to attend. The I'nit-
o.l Slates flood Koads association of
liicli Senator Itankh.-ad of Alabama
is president is also seeking delegates
t its annual convention which takes
place in St. l.ouis In the middle of
DEATH OF J. R. JOHNSTON.
Lived for a Number of Years
Newport in Carter County.
ArbucMe. Pkla Sept. -. The re-
mains of J. 1! .1. illusion were laid to
rest last Friday at Neho. Iieceascd
was born at Shell ina. Mo in lecem:
bor of nnd was in his SiHh year.
From Missouri bo moved to Tevis
thence to Newport In Carter County
where he resided many cars and
from Newport h. moved to Arbuckle
in Murray County. He was a farm-
er who had plenty of stock about
him and was successful in a busi-
ness way. His neighbors pay him th.
greatest tribute that could be paid
I any man in that they state that he
j always did unto others as he would
J have them do unto him.
' Deaf Mutes Convene
! Tnlf.a Olila . Sept. With not a
i word "spoken" by delegates or speak-
1 ers dnrine; the entire day. the firs'
j animal convention of deaf mutes from
j Oklahoma nnd surrounding- states
' proved decidedly interesting to news-
: paper men and spectators. Over two
hundred delegates are assembled here
from nearly twenty middle and south
western states. Samuel Ton of Tul
sa is the presiding- officer.
Safit Laxative for Women.
Nearlv even woman needs a good
laxative. Or. King's New l.fo rill-
are good because they are prompt
sate and do tint cause pain. Mrs.
Piinlap of I .; I i 1 1. l.'iin says:
Kings New Life IMls helped
troubles preatly " tlet .1 box to-
I'rue L'.e Keconimcnded by
Fine Remedy tTixt Chars
Skin of Pimples on Cheeks
Temples Sides of Nose
ene nll.iclts tlie Klandubir Htrnetiiro
r.f the skin limn- mi 1 i-iilaily t"")
tll.V llllll. IS thill S.-.lete fat.
Ami it is here that S. S S. the ram.n.s
H.io.l innilier is 111. st uettve in Its
There Ih one increilienl in S. s. tne
niiriioHC f which It Ih to Btlinulale tho
eells In the tissues that they select
from the 11 1 the nutriment noil
....lima new Kkin an. I thus eliminates
all Irritants acids nml parasites that
Inllame the ghin.lH. There Is a natural
tendency of the tine netwoiK or diiiu.i
vessels ill tlie skin to throw off Impuri-
ties. I at where a persistent inflamma
tion process has invaded the skin the
natural repair work or the ihoimi is in-
terfere. I ulih It reiuilr.s tlie stimu
lating activity of S. S. S. to overcome
such inorl.id eondltiolis. If you have
tieen treiilded with acne do not despair
of a cure.
v.. r.i m S S in anv drnir
store lull insist upon hiivinit it. Take
. . . ....... ..! if
no chance witti a sunsi 1 line. .111.1
your hi. M.d eonditinn is such that veil
would like I consult a specialist
freely address tlie Medical I'ept.. The
Hwlft Specific L'onipany. 1S1 tiwifl UldfcJ.
President May Greet War Veterans.
Buffalo X. V. .Sept. 3. The mem-
bers of the United Spanish War Vel
oralis attending the national encamp-
ment which opened here today have
not given up hope of having Presi-
dent Wilson come here and make an
address before tho organization. ThB
Is one of tho only two meetings Mr.
iWtlson has promised to attend during
tho fall and it Is known that ho H
specially anxious to talk to the men
who helped preserve the honor of the
nation during the conflict with Spain.
Many distinguished men will deliver
addresses during the encampment.
National headquarters have been es-
tablished at tho Lafayette hotel. The
grand parade takes place tomorrow.
About 2000 delegates are attending
One of Aycr's Pills at bedtime hist
one. Acts on the liver. Gently laxative.
Sugar-coated. All vegetable.
Sold for 60 years.
Ask Your Doctor. tx.rn"M-'.
Leave Ardmore 12.00 noon
Leave I.0110 Grove 12:25 p..m
Leave Hewitt 1:00 p. m.
Leave Joiner 1:30 p. m.
Leave Cornish 2:00 p. m.
Leave Clay pool 2: .10 p. m.
Arrive Waurika 4:00 p.m.
Leave Waurika 7:00 a. in.
Leave da v pool "; '"' n- m
Leavo Cornish S:"0 a. m
Irf-ave Joiner 3:00 a. 111.
U-ave Hewitt 9:30 a. m.
Leave Lone drove 10:0.1 a. ni
Arrive Ardmore 10:30 a. m.
Ardmore terminal. Whittington Ho
Parcels carried nt Parcel Post rates.
A reliable family
in price but of an
It may be had from
yf J Purify Your
Mfk 1 lets S S.
Work Has Begun.
Actual wcrk has begun on the largo
three story addition to the Tjler
Commercial College Tyler Texas.
When -this addition is completed it
will give this institution the largest
business training' plant in the world.
The buildings are strictly modern in
every particular and the extensive
equipment is such as you will find
in the very best business of (ices of
our larger cities. No young person
should fail to learn in this institu-
tion Willi tlie exceptional facilities it
offers not only in buildings and equip-
ment but in practical teachers and
its own copyrighted systems. Its
graduates draw the best salaries be-
cause of their efficient training.
Their students are trained to such a
degre. of practical efficiency that
they are readily being accepted to fill
position heretofore occupied only by
experienced help. The Underwood
Typewriter Company of Texas with
its office in Dallas has given this in-
ttit nt Ion a positive guarantee that
they will place every graduate It can
turn out. from now until March 1st.
IWn are informed that tlie lowest
daily attendance tills institution has
had during tho summer is OF! stu-
dents. The several hundred that will
be added In September w ill make as-
sembled in Tyler a large and cnthu
fciastic lot of hard-worldn;; young peo-
ple. They come from the very best
homes of many states. It is the
young; people that desire to accom-
plish something; that attend this in-
stitution for it gives a training for
which the business world pays cash.
Do our young; people realize the ne-
cessity of a business education ana
that they stand no more show of
making a success in the -business'
world without first getting a business
training than would the lawyer doc-
tor or minister in their profession
without taking a special collet?!
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j: IS THE NORTH POLE it
n :: n st :: n n j
A party of tourists sailing from
Quebec for England about August 1st
of this year report having siglterlV
from five to six hundred icebergs
many of them very large. The
amount of ice that has come floating
down from the far north in the past
few years and the low latitudes in
which the icebergs have been seen
hy navigators is exciting interest and
apprehension. Tho sinking of the
steamer Titanic a year ago suddenly
aroused attention to the gradually
changing conditions taking place in
the frozen north.
It has been suggested that this
was an important factor in the dis-
covery of the poles and that in
time tropical conditions will again
prevail in both the Arctic and Ant-
Many are not. aware that at one
time hot-house conditions existed
over ihe entire earth product d by a
"canopy" or ring of water about the
planet similar to that about Saturn.
The sun shining through this rin:?
brought about the same effect as !s
caused by the sun's rays passing
through the frosted glass of a green-
house. This canopy of water de-
scending upon the earth in Noah'j
t.'nie as recof lid in the Holy Scrip-
tures resulted in violent climatic
changes; animals and plants then
('xisting in the region of the poles
were suddenly frozen and in some
instances were encased in solid ic-.
In later years large coal deMsit.
and fine specimens of trop'cal plants
and animals have beeu found in
Wpitzberpen Northern Siberia and the
Science is more and more confirm-
ing the statements of the ancient Hebrew-
writers to the effect that there
was a great deluge in the past and
that a few members of the race were
saved in an extraord'tiary manner;
while from present indications on
every hand the words of the proph-
ets also will shortly be fulfilled and
the whole earth will eventually be-
' come as the Garden of Kden all th
waste and desert places being caused
to "blossom as the rose."
fWhen the climatic conditions are
again eipialized over the globe the
storms cyclones tornadoes and earth-
quakes will cease and "The earth
shall yield her 'ncrease" in the boun-
tiful supplies which will then spring
spontaneously from a grateful soil.
THE WANOKIilNG .TKAV.
Do You Fear Consumption?
No matter how chronic your cough
or how severe yrvir throat or lung
nilmtt.t i Or. King's New Discovery
will surely help you; it may save
your life. Stillman Green of Mal-
icbite Co!. writes: 'Two doctors
said 1 had consumption and could not
i.t- two vears. I used Pr. King's
New Discovery and am alive and
well." Your nionev n funded It it fails!
to benefit you. The best home rem -
edy for coughs colds throat and
lung troubles. Price ."ic and $l.0i. !
Guaranteed by Rincer lnig Co. 1
QUININE ANO IRON-THE MOST
EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Combines both
in Tasteless form. The Quinine drives
out Malaria and the Iron builds up
the System. For Adults and
You know what you are taking when
you take GROVE'S TASTLLLSS chill
TONIC recognized for 30 years through-
out the South as the standard Malaria
Chill and I'ever Remedy and General
Strengthening Tonic. It is as strong as
the strongest bitter tonic but you do not
tnste the bitter because the ingredients
do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis-
solve readily in the acids of the stomach.
Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean
There is Only One '"URO.MO (jl IMMi"
Look for signature of E. W. GROVE on ev
New Fall Stock of Rugs
Just Received at Downin's
Call and see the new sizes 11 feet 3 inches hy 12 feet. We
also have soiid ccilor Seamless Axminsters with two-tone stripe
border. Hard to get but I how have them In stock.
Crex Hall Runners in 3 and G-foot widths.
Also a few $10.00 Iron lleds left to go at $7.00
Full size Cotton Mattresses at $5.00
A guaranteed spring of $4..riO value goes for $3.00
In fact every item of my stock is marked at bargain prices.
Why? Iiecause there are no stock-holders behind us crying for
iMy business is based on legitimate li7ies and a live and let live
Iioliey. Your 'business is greatly appreciated and your confidenco
Is never abused at Downlng's.
I pay the freight on all out-of-town shipments. Remember the
prico is cheaper. Remember tho place is
AVost Main Street
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
Guaranty State Bank
of Ardmore Okla. as reported to the State Banking Board Aug.
Loans and Discounts $197959.17
Building Account 3736.50
Furniture and Fixtures 3.000.00
Real Estate 2891.10
Demand Loans $ 8829.20
Warrants and Securities 6163.39
Cash and Exchange 27563.86
TOTAL AVAILABLE CASH $ 42556.43
Capital Stock $51000.00
Surplus and Profits (net) 7.0GG.0O
Bills Payable 15000.00
Dividends Unpaid 428.00
Deposits Aug. H 1012 $120SS4.3S
Deposits June 4 1913 160.2C2.97
Deposits Aug. 9 1913 1S2.151.06
212 Isf AVENUE. S. W
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A quiet home-like institution lor the treatment of
Medical and Surgical cases.
Equipments up-to-date in every particular inclu-
ding X-Kay Coil.
Special rooms for maternity patients at $25.00 per
week including trained nurse's attendance
Trained nurses in attendance Kates reasonable.
No patients with contagious diseases received.
Open to all ethical phjsicians.
WALTER HARDY M. D. Resident Surgeon
ROBT. H. HENRY M. D. Consultant and Anaesthei
BELIEVES FAIN AND HEALS
AT THE SAME TIME
The Wonderful Old Reliable Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Healing Oil. An Antiseptic
Surgical Dressing discovered by an
Old R. R. Surgeon. Prevents Blood
Thousands of families know it already
and a trial will convince you that DR.
I'ORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING
OIL is the most wonderful remedy ever
discovered for Wounds Burns Old Sores
Vlcers Carbuncles Granulated Eye Lids
Sore Throat Skin or Scalp Diseases and
all wounds and external diseases whether
slight or serious. Continually people are
finding new uses for this famous old
remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist
Wemeanit. 25c SOc fl.00
That is LAXATIVE ItROMO QUININE
ery box. Cures a Cold in One Day. 25c.
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