The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 282, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 3, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday Sept. 3 1913
THE DAILY ARDMOREITi!
Matting Rugs 9x12 $2.15
Nice one-piece gieen and tan rugs
just come in at bargain prices.
Cedar Chests a biji line $8.30 up to S 1 0
All go in August Clearing Sale
A. C. YOUNG FURNITURE CO.
THE BARGAIN HOUSE
Explaining Why They Got Married.
In New York recently a lot of post
cards were mailed to married men ask-
ing them why they had married.
Among the replies was one from a man
who wrote: "I'lease don't stir me up."
Another man answered: "I yearned
for company. We now have company
all the time her folks."
Only Changes Needed.
Thfl other day my year old
brother who has a fat chubby hand
was trying on my kid gloves. Me
found they were too tight forN him
and when asked If he could wear them
he said: "No but If some of the too
long side was on the wide I could
wear them." Exchange.
FEATHERING A NEST
AN interesting and delightful task esppcially when
there is an abundance of the right kind of ma-
terial easily accessible.
We have furnished the material for feathering many
a nest and are prepared to furnish others with thor-
oughly reliable and up to-date Furniture.
September is always a busy month and we are
especially well equipped at this time
A. B. RAWLINS GO.
In This Good Year of 1913
The best wheat raided in the United States was raised
in Southern Oklahoma. The choii est wheat of South-
ern Oklahoma is put into
We have purchased new wheat from the fields of Car-
ter Love Marshall Pontotoc Murray Garvin and
Johnston counties. Wheat from this section this year
makes the best flour in the entire wheat belt of the na-
tion. Try a sack of Victor. At all leading grocers.
Ardmore Milling Co.
BITUMINOUS LIME ASPHALT
Refined Asphalt Produced Under U. S. Patent 722.5II0
Nash is Convicted.
llolnirt. Oklii.. Sept. - l-'rank Nash
convicte.l of the murder of "1 lumic"
Wart man. must spend the remainder
of his natural life in the slate pen-
itentiary. This was the sentence nf
the judRo carrying out the verdict
of the jury which reached a verd'et
utter bi itiK out two days. The crime
for which Nash was convicted oc-
curred last March. John lluber al-
ready ha.; lieen convicted and is now
jening a life sentence. The two
were convicted of slioot iuix Wart 111:1:1
follow nit; local trouble. In the fit -t
trial of Nash held in July the jury
St. Philip's flu'ld will nivo dam.'
at ihe Kiks' 1 1 ' I Friday nielli. Tick-
last of the unclaimed mail at the
Ardmore. Oklahoma postoffice. Sep-
tember 1 1!I3:
Hills Mrs. 1.. O.
Ilurns. Miss Olio
Carpender Miss (Jertrude
(Mark Mrs. I'lias. K.
Dunbar Miss Irene
Ilanway Mrs. Audrey
Johnson Mrs. Ollie
McrClellon Mrs. I. 11.
McDanid Mrs. Anna Lee
Musgrave .Mrs. Frank
Smith Miss Joe
Sliced Mrs. Nettie
"Wilson .Mrs. Minnie
'arter Hob (.1)
Gardner (i. II.
Gardner Albert T.
Hughes llozart Anderson Co.
Price T. G.
Roebuck Rev. O. H.
Sams V. If.
Sontiiis. A. V.
iStey dial. 'ft
Stracener T. J.
Sum) W. O.
"Wilson Judson M.
Many a man litis made n koo1
bluff by looking wise and keeidnji
his face closed.
The most modern equipped barber
shop in Southern Oklahoma.
Union Barbers. Hot and Cold Baths
Shoe Shining Parlor
QUICKLY STOPS THE
Croxone Makes Kidney Troubles
Bladder Disorders Rheumatic Pains
If you suffer with barkacliinj; kid-
ney trouble have disagreeable blad-
der and urinary disorders or are tor-
tured with rheumatism stiff joints
and its heart-wrenching pains you
will be surprised how quickly and
surely Croxone will reliev call such
surely Croxone will relieve all such
It soaks right in through the walls
membranes and linings neutralize"
dissolves and makes th. kidnes sifl
out and filter away the uric acid and
poisons from the blood and leave.?
the kidneys and urinary organs clean
etrong healthy and well.
It matters not how long you have
suffered how old you are or what
you have used it is practically im-
possible to take Croxone without re-
sults. It starts to work the minute
you take it and is guaranteed to re-
lieve you the first time you use it or
cost you nothing.
If you suffer with pains in your
back and sides or have any sUns of
kidney bladder trouble or rheuma-
tism such as puffy swellings under
the eyes 0r in the feet and ankles if
you are nervous tired and run down
or bothered with urinary disorder?
Croxone really will relieve vo ir mis
ery and do it quickly. An original
package costs but a trifle and all
druggists are authorized to return the
purchase if it fails in a sincle ease.
THE -O" IN IRISH NAMES.
It is 'he Oldest Prefix of Nobility in
It is a pity so many pi ople here
drop the Insn O. for it is a prefix
ol nubility that is the idde.sr in Ku-
lone. Many of our best Dutch fami-
lies in New York came here without
a surname but there is not a I'am ly
in Irelativl posessins n surname in ()
ill. it has not borne that surname
since at least the twelfth century.
That Is otirely a high distinction ami
proof of soeial standing that Ire-
land's fall from its high estate cannot
ohl.leiate. 1 belie ve thai Venice lias
lamil es whose surnames date from
the ninth century but with that ex-
ception Irish surnames are the oldest
I'nder compulsion of the penal laws
many people m Leiuster adopti d Kng-
lish names hm these people belonged
mainly to the loner classes and the
names they adopt i d Smila. Carpen-
ter Cook ltutcher showed their oc-
cupations and the meaning of their
Irish surnames. Such names always
bore the Mar. ami in Ireland's whole
history you will ':nd nowhere in its
aneient nob:li'v a tamily bearing a
name associated ni any tra-.le or
occupation nor any such name with
i lie () prefixed. Howard or Hngwntd
the most aristocratic name in irrit-
ant would have heon borne only by
liered.i ary sw.nelienls in the old
The belief prevails in parts ot Ire-
land and Europe that only five fam-
ilies lightly bear the Ollie O'Neills
high monarchs of Ireland and Kings
of I'lsier; the ( I'Doiinells Princes of
Tyrconnell: the O'Connors Kings of
Coimaiigiit ; the O'Hrioiis Kings of
Thoniond. and the (('Flaherty's
Princes of lar Connaught. -New York
Effective Dome Remedy
It I a serious mutter wlun the lungH
are ntTocteil. A trtp iiwiiy cir to n kioiu-
torluiu Is not only ripfiiKlvi' but It In-
volves Hfpiinitlnn from homo unit friends.
Some nre henetlteil. nit few enn sufely re-
turn. Kekinan'H Alterntlve Is effecllve for
homo treatment. For exnmplo:
I'.'ll H. Atlantic Ave ll.-i.Monllclfl N. J.
'Gentlemen : In the full 'f I'.nTi I ron-
trncter! a very aevere rithl. vvtileh Bellied
on my lnnj;s. At lust I bi'Kiin to rnlso
sputum nnil my (ihysiriiin tlien told me I
must go to riiliroriiln linmediiitely. At
tills time I lis mlvlxrcl to take Kek-
mnn's Alter.-ittve. 1 sl.'ived nt liome unrl
commenced liiklnK It Hip Inst week In
October. I beiran to litiprn mid t lit
firs week In Jnnmiry l'.mti I resumed
my regular nrrupittlnii having gained .pi
potimls fully reKforei! tt lieultli. It Is
dow live years Hluce my recovery lias boon
etTected. and I cannot praise l-j-kmau's
Alterative loo hlKlily. 1 have reeoin-
inciidi'd It with excellent results. "
(SlKncdl W. M. TATKM.
Fekiniiu's Alterative is elTocllve In Hron-
rhitli. Asllnna. Hay Fever; Throat ami
1. u ii if Troubles and In uplMilblluK Hie
system. lines not contain poisons opiates
or habit fornilnir clruus. Ask for booklet
telling of rccoirles and write to I-Vktuan
I.alionitory l'hlladelihia. I'm. fur more evi-
dence. For ile by nil lemlliifc drtiKiilsts
LIGHT & POWER
LIGHT YOUR HOME
Phone me about
Beauty Is Only
when it comes U-. lmuscp. When the paint
wears .tl'. the hoii-e is no longer beautiful.
A house in need of paint is an eyesore to
a community. In just ice t your neigh-
bors as well as to your Fcif-rcspcct you.
should keep your house well-painted and
in just lie to yourself voii. should sec that
Collier White Lead
i Dutch Hoy Trade-Mark i
and Pure Linseed Oil
punt is u-cd on your budding You can
sciure the in. -t beautiful as well a- the
mo.t dmahle results with this paint. By
adding colu-in-oil any tint and any shade
can be obtained.
Wc'scll these materials as well as all the.
other painting rctpiiMtcs.
I'otw in and hive a talk with us. and see
if wc can't surest a color scheme for your
lu.-.e that will appeal to your good taste.
Ardmore Wall Paper
Paint And Glass Co.
To Parents and Guardians
The Sisters of Mercy wish to announce that the
U. S. Government will pay board and tuition for
Chickasaw and Choctaw Indian girls who desire to at-
tend their school We advise an early application
before rolls are tilled.
K)K M KTIIER INFORMATION AUDRtSS
SISTER SUPERIOR ST. AGNES ACADEMY
Onus are bad of course; but they
Could be worse. Suppose they uaog
Bt their work!
We have several tons o Good loose
hay. See us at once. Campbell and
Strength of a Nation.
The foundations of a KtrotiK and vir-
ile race ure laid In the rural districts
and. If agriculture be allowed to do-
cay no development of industries la
the heart of the town will atone for
the loss to the nation of that greatest
of all Indiibtries which makes wealth
Tihlle it creates manhood. Percy Al-dcu.
Btop and read the Want Ada
SCHOOL BOOKS WALL PAPER PAINTS
T. N. COLEMAN'S DRUG STORE
All work done
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Takf LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It 'tops th
L'ouiih nd Itradache nd works ofl the Cold
')ruKgist5 r-lund monry it it tails to cur
'.. W. CKOVI-: S signature on each box. J5c
:-: Phone 40:
Carter County Oil Lands
Free From Lease Contracts
We have several ;ood tracts of land for sale along the
new railway ; some good lands in the oil fieids both
improved and unimproved and some fine Caddo bot-
tom farms. Prices terms and plats on application.
We make long term farm loans easy payments.
Rooms 7-9 Polterf Rldti. Ardmore Okla.
Quick Money to Loan on jFarms
Lowest Rates : Good Terms : Best Service
W. A. WOLVERTON
nistrlcl Manager : With Ardmore Abstract C
13 N. Washington St ARDMORF.. OKLA.
Examinations made and loans eloped from this office
(iood Farm Loan Agents Wanted
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
SELVIDGE BUSINESS COLLEGE
THE SCHOOL THAT GETS RESULTS!
St-nd For CataloK. f. SELVIDGE. A. M . M. Accts.. Pre
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 282, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 3, 1913, newspaper, September 3, 1913; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc153719/m1/3/: accessed November 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.