The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 63, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 18, 1913 Page: 6 of 8
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Ardmore Thursday Dec. 18 1913
THE CAILY AR0M0REIT6
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Oklahoma City H.-c. IT - TiiVidi-
as:M. must insidious nnd uiost deadly
of discuses is still th leas' cared for
in many states and Oklahoma one
of the most conspicuous states which
are u n in fiif ill.
This is one of the principal argu-
incuts of the officials of th" Oklaho-
ma Association for the Prevention of
Ttil.er.-nlosis. in their campaign to
eneieirai;e the sale of red cross seals
during the month of December. Seals
intended t. appeal to the Christmas
shopper as symbolic in the best sense
of the true Christmas spirit have been
distributed throughout the stale dur
212 1st AVENUE. S. W
qu;et hom;;-lue institution tur the treatment of
Medical and Surgical cases.
K juiptneius up tu-date in every particular inclu-
ding; X-Kay Coil.
Special ro.i ns f.r in itenrty patients at $25.00 per
week including trai icd nurse's attend nice
Trai-icJ nurs-.'s in at to id mc; iates reasonable.
No patients .vit 1 c Uu;: ms diseases receivei.
Open to all ethical physicians.
WALTER HARDY M. D. Resident Surgeon
R)3T. H. HiHH M. 0. CnsjJanf aii Aiseitheu
The want columns
are full of opportu
nities each day.
You can always find what
you want or sell or ex-
change anything you have
through these columns.
ing the first of the Christmas month
and now are available in nearly every
city and town of Oklahoma. The re-
turns from them will be used in the
light against the state1 white plague.
That a consumptive during the first
months of the disease is able to be
about is more or less hearty and
tlier. fore though still in a curabl"
condition is nevertheless more dead-
ly in being able to mix with his fcl-
lew men. is pointed out by the physi-
cians of the- association. Such cases
isolated in beds and car'd for by ex
perts. thereby not only become of no
danger to the rest of humanity but
possibly may be cured. Yet assert the
association doclors Oklahoma is one
of the seven .states in which not a bod
for a single consumptive is provided.
The states are:
Oklahoma Alnhtmn Idaho Monta-
na Nevada Wyoming and Utah. They
have a combined population of over
Funds secured from campaigns such
as the present red cross sale will go
toward providing care for tubcrculars
in a measure at least and toward fur-
ther efforts to arouse Oklahoma peo
ple to the necessities of and economic
benefits from the (proper kind of fight-
ing the disease.
Dr. It. 11. Riley of Oklahoma City
has charge of the distribution of the
red cross seals.
The sale closes the last day of De-
cember. Stomach Troubles Disappear
Stomach liver and kidney troubles
weak m rves lame back and female
ills disappear when Electric ITitters
are used. Thousands of women
would not do without a bottle in their
home. Kliza Pool of Depew Okla.
writes: "Electric Hitters raised me
from a bed of sickness and suffering
anil has done me a work! of good.
I wish every woman could use this
excellent remedy and find out. as I
did just how good it is." As it has
helped thousands ot others it will
surely do the same for you. Every
bottle guarantied. ."IV and $ 1 .Oil At
H. E. Bucklen & Co.. Philadelphia or
To Whom It May Concern
Notice is hereby given that I. Ear-
nest Key will mi the leth day cf Jan-
uary 1914 or as soon thveafte.- a
practicable make application to the
state beard of prison crn'rol cf 'he
State of Oklahoma an J to :ht gover-
nor of this state for a parol? .1.1 the
ground of reforma'lo.i.
(Signed) K.VKNEST KEY.
Croup and Cough Remedy.
Croup is a terrible disease it at-
tacks children so suddenly they aro
very apt to choke u !':; given the
pioper remedy at once. '1 here is
nothing better In the world than Pr.
King's New Discovery. Lewis Cham-
berlain of Manchester. Ohio writes
about his children: "Sometimes in
severe attacks we were afraid they
would die but since we proved what
a certain remedy l'r. King's New
liiscovcry is we have no fear. We
rely on it for croup coughs nn-1
.cold'1." So cau you. eOc and $1 '.".
A bottle should be in every home. t
all Iii-'.iggist. H. E. Bucklen & Co.
1 PhiU. Si. Louis.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
CASE NOW IN PROGRESS WEST
SAYS PEOPLE WERE NEGLI-
GENT NOW TOO LATE.
Oklahoma City Dec. 17 Ouster
proceedings against the state board
of agriculture brought by two sets
of dai.tiants to the throne were
on the verge of being shunted out
of court on tho demurrer of the rul-
ing board whon Judge Clark closed
for the 'Jay his division ot the Ok-
lahoma county district court Wed-
Counsel for the three boards as-
sembled in court Wednesday morn-
ing and the entire day was devoted
to arguments which centered chiefly
around the question ot whether the
election which elevated to power tua
"board of five" ha-.l been held in ac-
cordance with the section of the con-
stitution under which it was ca'led.
Attorney E. J. Giddings repre-
senting the Persinger clan contend
ed that the constitution specifically
requires that when a measure is
submitted to the voters under the
initiative and referendum act for
adoption or rejection forty days
shall have first elapsed following
the acts passage through the legis-
lature in which time arguments for
and against the measure stall he
printed and circulated among the
voters. Attorney Giddings asserted
that the constitutional requirement
was not carried out either by per-
mitting the requisite forty days to
elapse after the measure was sub
mitted by the legislature or by the
arguments being printed and dis-
tributed among the voters.
Attorney General West reprrsent-
ins the "board of five" contende-i
that the people by remaining silent
were guilty of laches and evidently
did not desire enlightment on tho
subject and that having slept upon
their rights prior to the election
the present time was too late for
them to be heard. Assistant Attorney
No use Arguing
When tt comei to storing
household goods etc. You will
find our facilities meet every
requirement. Ws also haul
goods anywhere. Prompt and
careful attention given to every
Fhone 72 and we will do
J. L. WILSON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
ASK TO SEE THE BRUNO
IP IT READS
H OR MEL'S
I 1st. 199. U. S. p. fii"
It is our guarantee of wholesome
sweet mild tender Ham
Hams & Bacon
are selected from prime well
matured younp hoes. They are
properly cured and smoked over
irreen Hickory and Maple. Hairy
lirand is the mark of highest
quality. -:- Ask your dealer.
Tyler & Simpson Co.
General S. I. McEllloes adopted and
made a part of his remarks all that
had been said by his chief and in
addition said that even though the
pamphlets had been printed and sent
out to the election Inspectors for
distribution among the people tho
pamphlets would possibly have been
"pigeon-holed" and not distributed.
Attorney Freeman Miller repre-
senting the Ewers White faction se-
lected by one division of the Still-
water convention last January while
replying to the remarks of Attorney
General West sakl that tho pam-
phlets should not only have been
prepared and distributed but that in
the event no one felt compelled to
prepare the arguments against tho
adoption of the proposed measure
that a writ of mandamus could be
issued against the minority members
of the legislative committee reporting
the bill for passage and they could
thereby be compelled to prepare
the requested argument.
When Judge Clark intimated that
he would accept Attorney General
West's opinion in view of the fact
that no evidence had been intro-
duced tending to show that anyone
had made a demand for the printing
cf the arguments and their distribu-
tion prior to the election. Attorney
Giddings said that If he was granted
.until Thursday morning he thought
that ho could produce in court wit
nesses who would testify that they
had made demand prior to the elec-
tion of last August that the argu-
ments be printed and distributed
among tho voters.
History of Case.
In compliance with the law a dele-gate-1
convention of farmers assem-
bled at Stillwater last January for
the purpose of selecting a stale
board of agriculture to he composed
of eleven members with President
0. T. Bryan at the hsad.
The convention assembled and di-
vided into two factions which met
separately and each selected a
state board of agriculture eacli
board claiming that the convention
by which it was selected was the
legally constituted body.
Litigation between the two boards
followed and while It was pending
the legislature submitted to the vot-
ers a measure which proposed to
change the membership from eleven
to five members. Election on the
question was held before forty days
had elapsed and without arguments
for and against the measure having
been printed and distributed among
When the measuie was voti d
upon a majority of votes wr re cast
for the proposed change and Gov-
ernor Lee Cruce appointed the pres-
ent board composed of five members.
The so-called Persinger board se-
lected at the Stillwater convention
instil utea proceedings to oust the
appointed board and the so-called
Ewtra White board also selected
at the Stillwater convention inter-
vened and allege that the "board of
five" be ousted and it be declared
the legal board
Proceedings will be continued at
o'clock Thursday morning.
STAR ROUTE MAIL LETTINGS
Post Office Department.
Washington D. C Oct. 23 1913.
Proposals will be received at the of-
fice of the fourth assistant postmaster
general post office department until
4:30 p. m. of January 20 1914 for
carrying the mails of the United
States from July 1 1914 to June 30
1918 upon the star routes In the
States of Arkansas Louisiana Texas
Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska South
DakoU North Dakota Montana Wyo-
ming Colorado New Mexico Arizo-
na Utah Idaho Washington Oregon
Nevada. California and Hawaii as
specified in pamphlet advertisements
f this date.
List o routes forms of proposals and
bonds and all necessary information
will be furnished upon application
to the fourth assistant postmaster gen.
eral Washington D. C.
A. S. BURLESON
The Tex Wor.der curei kidney
nd bladder troubles dissolves grave)
cures diabetes weak and lame back
rheumatism and all Irregularities o!
the kidneys and bladder in both men
nd women. Regulates bladder trou-
bles In children. If "ot sold by your
druggist will be sent by mail on
receipt of 1100. One small bottle Is
two months' treatment and seldom
faila to perfect a oure. Send for
testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall 2926 Olive
(treet St. Louis Mo. ?old by drug-
lilts. Limit of Pessimism.
riererrman (lndlcuantly) "Yon s'
rnn haven't anything to be thankful
for? Wby look at your neipn.mr
Hayes: he has Just lost his wife by in-fiut-nza."
Burke "Put that don't do
me any sd; 1 ain t Hayes."
A bargain every day in want ads.
IN A LITTLE WATER "
COLDS AND GRIPP
sold at Well-Stocked Drug Stores
A nicer inexpensive Christmas
present could not be had than an
annual subscription to the Ladies'
Homo Journal or the Saturday Even-
ing Post All cultured people ap-
preciate them. I take orders for any
magazine meet any club price offer-
ed. Mrs. J. F. Easley Phone 641.
Vi anted traveling salesmen. Acme
Implement Co. Wheeler Building.
Phone 273. 4-tf
CHICHESTER S PILLS
lrn(Ett- A k( III. Ill -Ti n S
I)IA1IIM IIKANU l il.l.s 1 i
years known u Hr"-.t oitct Alutys !(cliill
S010 BY DRLGIiiSfS EV'fRVWHtRE
No. 17 4:27
No. 11 1:03
No. 6 4:02
No. 6 12:16
No. 12 3:16
No. 18 11:55
No. 506 6:30
No. 574 6:45
No. 576 5:15
No. 575 11:55
No. 579 3:35
No. 505 9:00
No. 6D2 7:43
No. C54 (mixed daily ex
cept Sunday) ... 4:45
No. 653 (Mixed daily ex
cept Sunday) ... 2:00
No. C51 8:30
Oklahoma New Mexico & Pacific Ry.
Co. Effective Sunday Nov. 23.
Lv. Ardmore 8:."!0 a. m.
Ar. Ixine Grove 9:10 a. m.
Ar. Wilson 9:30 a. m.
Lv. Wilson 5:00 p. m.
Ar. Lone Grove 5:45 p. m.
Ar. Ardmore 0:20 p. m.
Temporary station at A street
crossing N. W. Freight received and
delivered between 8 a. m. and 5 p. m.
J. C. THOMPSON
Attorney at Law.
General Practice. Land Titles and
Land Litigation a Specialty.
Over First National Bank.
JAMES A. BASS
Attorney at Law.
General practice hut makes
specialty of land litigation.
Phone 791. Office Gorman Bldg.
Ardmore : : : Oklahoma
J. B. MOORE.
Attorney at Law.
Land Laws a Specialty.
H. H. Brown L. K. Brown
BROWN & BROWN
Attorneys at Law.
Wheeler Bldg. Phon M8.
I. T. Coleman O. C. Lasher
COLEMAN A LASHER
jind Litigation and Probate Practice.
Ground floor of old Court House
"hone 602. Ardmore. Okla
has been one of our niottos
for over fifteen years and Ic
these modern dayp of "Make-
believe" we are adhering
more closely to that motto.
When considering an under-
taker this Fhould be food for
Brown & Bridgman
Under Opera House. Phore 23.
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I.a.!lt'Ml Artk your llrusrUl f.r .
( lil-rhen-tri llumtnd TlrundV
I'fll. In 11. d nj Gold iinuihAVV
I.--. i.vl with ItUie Ritlmn.
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 63, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 18, 1913, newspaper, December 18, 1913; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc153809/m1/6/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.