The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 63, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 18, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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Afdmore Thursday Dec. 18 1913
THE DAILY ABDMOREITE
Rub MUSTEROLE on
That Sore Tight Chest!
' Try this clean white soothing oint-
inent. See how quickly it brings relief.
all that the old-fashioned
used to do in the days
of our grandmothers
but it does it without
Doctors and nurses
MUSTEROLE for Sore Throat Bron-
chitis Croup7 Stiff Neck Asthma
Neuralgia Congestion Pleurisy
Rheumatism Lumbago Pains and
Aches of the Back or Joints Sprains
Sore Muscles Bruises Chilblains
Frosted Feet Colds of the Chest (it
At your druggist's in 25c and 50c
jars and a special large hospital size
for $2 JO.
Accept no substitute. If your drug-
gist cannot supply you.
send 25c or 50c to the
pany Cleveland Ohio
and we will mail you a
jar postage prepaid.
Prop. J. C. Bcdlono
Smith Lynne Conn. sayj:
Your truly eood remedy
Musterole has saved my life. I was troubled
fur year with Asthma. I'lcurlsy and allied
troubles. I could gain no relief whatever. I
used but a small amount of your trulyremark-
able remedy and today I am a thoroughly well
man In consequence. It is a Uodsend to poor
suilerinir humanity. Refer to me. . AU letter!
gladly auswered. ' ' (50)
BY OFFICIAL DECREE
NEED THE GOODS.
Jaurez Dec. 11. All the property
of Luis Terrazas Sr. Enrique Creel
ar.'J Juan Creel including banks
mines vast areas of land thousands
of head of cattle homes and per-
sonal effects was ordered confis-
cated to the rebels in an official de-
cree issed by General Francisco Vil-
Mr. Terrazas now a refugee in
the United States is one of the?
richest men in Mexico. His hold-
ings of about two-thirds of the Btate
of Chihuahua are said to place him
among the most extensive land hold-
ers of the world. The combined es-
tate of the Terrazas and the Creel
iirothers his nephews is valued at
many millions of dollars. Enrique
Creel was formerly ambassador from
Mexico to the United States.
Think Terrazas Aided Huerta.
General Villa's decree issui'd at
Chihuahua City was sent to Jaurez
and given out officially. It was in-
tended as a notice that should the
revolution succeed neither the Ter
razas nor the Creel families will bo
allowjed any indemnity for their
The decree accuses the Creel and
Terrazas families of "withholding
taxation and of fomenting the treas-
ury of Orozoco and Huerta" and
states that the property shall bo
given to the widows and orphans
caused by bloodshed among the
Mexicans. All contracts made with
the Creels and Terrazas since Feb-
ruary 18 1913 ara declared void.
Luis Terrazas Jr. eldest son of the
land owner is held a prisoner at
Chihuahua and the. rebels hae ap-
propriated to their .use as much of
the movable property as they could
Try to Make Settlement.
Efforts were made by rebel lead-
EVERYONE CAN HAYB
AND PASTRY BY USING
"nsrer" ri niiD
An Unusal Opportunity
Is offered to one of ability
and integrity.. The Penn
Mutual Life Insurance Co..
through its State Manager
Chas. W. Gunter is desirous
of securing the services of a
district manager for South-
ern Oklahoma with head-
quarters at Ardmore. : : :
Phone' write or call for
its .working directly witu General
Villa today to effect some sort of a
settlement in regard to the property
of the expell.i s-p i. iai ils It was
said a proposal was made to involve
all the property in the Spanish
stores and shops and to allow the
claims to rest against the rebel gov-
ernment. Villa replied he was will-
ing to pay for the property in so-
called constituionalist money which
the Spaniards before their departure
di dared to he worthless.
Two hundred more refugees in-
cluding Americans and Spaniards
reached El Paso from Chihuahua to-
day. Among the arrivals was Mrs.
Marion Letcher wife of the United
States consul at Chihuahua. Mrs.
Letcher said if the consul had been
prevented by Villa from sending
cipher messages to a.shington as
had been reported by refugees
she had not heard of it.
Sends Guard to Meet Federals.
Threatened with an attack at Chi
huahua by federals reported to have.
advanced northward from Torreon
General Villa today dispatched 2(Xl
n bels as an advance guard to head
off the advancing federals.
The decision of the federal troops
o show aggressive action was bo
lieved to have resulted from the fact
that the rebels hii-J to scatter their
forces in following General Merca
dos retreat to Ojinaga and two
thousand in Jaurez which leavf s him
less than 5000 in Chihuahua.
Vlth Torreon an important rail-
road center directly south of Villa's
present position the federals have
a base from which the rebels be
lieve a movement toward Chihuahua
ailrgo.l conspiracy to make such ac-
knowledgment. Their trial will o-Tur
during tln January term.
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CHUM BOB'S SPORTING TALK
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CHAS. W. GUNTER State Mgr.
PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
901-2-3 COLCORD BLDG.
S100 Reward J 1 00.
Thn readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all Its stages.
and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
thereby destroying the foundation of
the disease and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitu
tion and assisting nature In doing
its work. The proprietors have bo
much faith in its curative powers
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.
Sold bv all Druggists 7oc.
Take Hall's Family Fills for ccn-otiputiou.
c taw CASES
FEDERAL JUDCE OVERRULES THT.
MOVE TO QUASH CHARGES IN
HOLIDAY AND NEW YEAR EXCUR.
December 20-21-22 to pratically all points in
Alabama Florida Georgia Kentucky Mississippi
North and South Corolina Tennessee Virginia and
Washington D. C. granting return limit of January
December 23-24-25-26 and 31st and Jiuuary
1 st to all points in Arkansas Louisiana and Texas
and to certain points on Frisco Lines in Missouri. Re-
turn limit January 6th.
USE THE ROUTE OF THE "FLORIDA SPECIAL"
Call on or write either of the undersigned for
particulars concerning rates route and the conveniest
service offered on our lines.
C. O. JACKSON D. P. A.
Oklahoma City Okla.
Guthrie Okla. Dec. 17. Federal
Judge John H. Cotteral today over-
ruled the motions to quash the in
dictments returned against II. II.
Tucker A. L. Wilson and William
I'lumb officers of the I'nclc Sam
Oil company Former Chit f Daco-i
Kind of the Osage trlb T. J. Le-
ahy William Leahy Hugeno Scott
Wesley Dial John Palmer 111 llrowi;
and A. W. Comstock all prominent
oil men and politicians of I'nwhuska.
These are charged in the indictment.
with conspiracy to defeat the oil
land lease rules and regulations-of
the interior department in attempt-
ing to secure for themselves leases
on Sim). 000 acres of Osage lands.
The motions to quash were baser
on allegations that special agents oi'
the interior department secured in
formation from prominent Indians
witnesses before the federal grand
jury by offering to secure for them
lucrative positions with the Osagr
tribe and also that during the grand
jury hearing on these cases Fr"d
Cook of uskogee a special agent
was permitted to visit the grand
jury room thus making Illegal that
Second indictments against thu
defendants were recently returned to
cure alleged defects in the original
ones returned six months ago and
the defendants have now filed de-
murrers to these alleging "they ar
uncertain involved confused and in-
di finite and do not inform the de-
fendants with such clearness as to
enable them to prepare a defense."
These demurrers will be acted upon
prior to the opining of the January
term of court here.
Judge Cotteral also overruled to-
day the d' muners to the indictment .:
return) d against Mrs. Anna Marx
McGuire 1 j -mot t. former wife 0!'
Congressman I'-ird yieGuire and
hr h.isband George I.emott promi-
nent Chippewa. She is charged in
one indictment with forging an ac-
kuoweldgmeiit to an Indian land
Ne-.v York IVc. IS. Since Hob
McAih-tef established himself last
week in Ins fight with Young Mike
Donovan tle middleweight situation
has el a red considerably and Mc-
Allister if in great demand lie is
rated as one of the clevitest men
in his division and has a record
list that stamps linn much above
the average. Hob is one of the new
school of fighters one of the Mc-
Farland Ititchie and Gibbons type.
There is nothing of the "roughneck"
about him. He says he is willing
to meet all the owners who will
meet his conditions and these are
All sorts of rumors come from
Paris regarding Jack Johnson. It can
be stated positively however that
Johnson is not so mar "on the hog"
as has been intimated. Only re-
cently he made $l'IO for ten days
work at the Folies Ifergt re and
there are places in France and Ger
many where his popularity will help
him to make big money for a lone
time to come. It is not believed
however that Jack is anxious to
land any matches for he is getting
lazy and is disinclined to get down
to hard training.
Plans are being made for one of
the most interesting water carnivals
ever held in New York a dual clash
betwet n the very best swimmers
obtainable in the metropolitan and
middle Atlantic districts of the A.
A. LT. The idea promises to come
to fruition as our neighbors hav?
expressed themselves heartily in fa-
vor of it.
Dan Morgan writes the porting
editor u gossipy letter to let every-
one know how Dan McKetrick is
coming along wilh his string of box-
ers in Fvirope. McKetrick is at pres-
ent in France with a number of
boxers Including Y'oung Abeam
Frank Moran Joe Jeanette and
After many jears of patient servi
tude We.sleyan has risen in revolt
nd refuses to be a sparring partner
for Yale any longer. 1 he .Mud die town
team has started the lllue off on
many a successful gridiron campaign
in the past but recently its mascot-
tn g lias been poor.
well spent buys for
pleasure and use
We have in our bis stock scores of different goods that
would make ideal Christmas purchases for tlio home and
for friends. Look over Ibis list and make jour selection
then come and investigate the price:
Cilletie Safely Razors
Knder's Safety Razors
Automatic Shot Guns
and the other kinds
Caloric Freless Cookers
Garland Gas Ranges
1 tut t or Knives
DiiHv Family Churns
vVondor Washing Machines
Children's Sets of Knives
The finest Sewing Machine
on earth for Half what
A It I) M o k i:
O K L A II O M A
According to the London Times the
yacht Shamrock IV Sir Thomas Lip-
ton's challenger for America's cup
will probably be launched in April
and r ady for sailing trials in May
The yacht will be as extreme a typo
The most modern equipped barber
shop in Southern Oklahoma.
Shoe Shining Parlor
Meals 15 cents
60 Modern Rooms 25c Baths Free
Hot and Cold Water in Kvery Room.
Mrs. J. A. Carter.
11014 W. California Ave.
Oklahoma City Okla.
TAKE MY TIP.
If you want to make yourself "solid'
with THAT GIRL there is nothing
that helps more than a nice FRI0S1'
box of CIIOCOLATKS occasionally.
See our nice Christmas assortment
CANDY is a most acceptable Christ
i ATENTS Produce Forfunei
iClKS lor !auntn. iiook on Patnta
"Hints to inventors" a "Invention!
Needed." "Why Sme Ir.ntom ralL
AU sent Free Siectal lisUiof possible bur-
firs aur own clients. Nvnd rough sketch at
rood el for search of Patent Omce rordv
Phono your arders. We deliver packages of 5c value on up.
T. N. Coleman Druggist
of boat as the rules will permit
with a tremendously long overhang
and an abnormal sail spread.
A Fair Proposition.
The manufacturers of M;ritol
Rheumatism Powders have fo much
confidence in this preparation that
they authorize us to sell them to
ou on a positive guarantee to give
you relief in till cases of rheumatism
or refund your money. This is
certainly a fair proposition. Let -is
show them to you. F. J. RAMSEY
Preventing China From Chipping.
Household china la apt to get
chipped at the taps in the kitchen.
Cut two small pieces from Borne gar-
den hoso or rubber tubing and slip
one over each of the faucets at the
sink. This will prevent such accidents.
Want ad get results. Read them
Containing a quart of char pure
ater to every foot the "water vine"
a black otiakelllto lealless stem
dropping from tho celba and mahog-
any trees to which It has climbed. Is
one of the wonders of the Gautemala
Jungle. When the stem Is cut the wa-
ter spurts forth in a refreshing
stream. Moisture Is drawn up from
the soil and Altered through the port
of the plant
Puzzted the Youngster.
The town visitor to the country lake
appeared in a bathing suit charming
but abbreviated. "Haven't you gone
Into long dresses yet Miss Annie?"
asked a wondering youngster on the
To Remove a Glass Stopper.
When the stopper of a bottle has be-
come fixed and will not move If it Is
soaked In vinegar for a few hours
and then worked gently it will come
away quite easily and there la no
danger of breaking It.
lcaj repreHentativr in :rtCitH and Tow:
Br r. l.rtlpv wan furmprlv A '! v.tr l mmtt.
M.mer of Patent and a nm-h had f uirchjiiv. of
t' S. Patent Office. 01UCtl V Ai Mc lM IKK
" ilnt Atturure m Waahiutcton. 1. (j.
N intertsfed and shnuM
know about the wonderful
It. ifhecamnt sup-
ply the MARVKL
at-cery no other but
head stamp for book.
Wjnil Ci.44E. 234 St.. IT.
The Poorly Heated Home
us n.t t!cco5.ir'lv have the
! .v. .t '.'i 1 lull. Combustion is
the l.i.: th::u. Tho
tmrn all tlv carbon ;itl vulatila
pne and t!m i .If cutv unit ff
he.it ill l' ' room im. no cm ;i'vs
' el. ii. IVrjfi't dr.il! v-
t .. ! .-' Mi. iv- i
1 . V . . ' ' . i.'.tt "! . f u-.i' tu :i T
in l1.- . m. v--s i . il ! .'...r
C. P. HALL
The new and second-hand
Heme Outfitter in that gret-n
box hu'tse 300 feet long at.d
and 100 fei t front is chock
full and three carloids on the
road. We must sell or quit.
Wo sell from the best to the
lowest in Household Goods an J
on easy payments or swap
with the good or bad. Come
and look. Then tell our would-
be compettors that C. P. will
do just a little better and
watch them get busy. I am a
little up C.vld) St. but I hava
the good-! and 14 men to de-
liver. If you wan to know
us and what we dr. ask our
competitors ho.v we sell cheap
est. Remember the place only
C. P. HALL
and the two are iudicted for
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