The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 75, Ed. 1 Friday, January 2, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Friday January 2 1914.
THE DAILY AR0MOREIT6
DON'T TRIFLE WITH
Many Have Filled Consumptive
You never know how soon a cold
will become a serious malady. It
may be in the bead to-day; in the
lungs to-morrow and the next day
you may be fighting deadly pneumo-
nia for your life. H's much the same
with n i-oii rii. Inflamed and cougli-
vnr:i tlinat and lungs olTcr the best
chunee (o eons umption germs to be-
gin their murderous work. There's
only 0:10 way lo prevent these deadly
diseases gciting a hold on you. As
soon as a eough or cold attaeks you
take Ir. Tung's Xew Discovery until
you are entirely cured. Sometimes a
dose or two will do the business sav-
ing you suffering and a doctor's bill.
Thousands of cures like these below
prove i:s wonderful power to cure
;n.J co. Is.
"I feel st;re it's n Cod-end to hu-
cianiiv" writes Mrs. Etlie Morton
So'd and recommended by
RINGER DRUG CO.
LATE DISCOVERIES ARE ILLUS-
TRATED AT CONVENTION OF
' BIOLOGISTS SCIENCE.
Philadelphia Jan. 1. As an ap-
paratus by which hlood may be re-
moved cleansed of impurities and
Returned to the system and a con-
trivance hy which it can be deter-
mined whether one Is suffering from
hunger or merely has an appetite
were inventions .demonstrated today
by members of the Federation of
American Societies for Experimental
Biology in annual session here. A
dog was utilized to illustrate the
blood purifying apparatus invented
by 1 Us. J. J. Abel L. O. Itown-
tne and B. U. Turner of Johns Hop-
kins University. Dr. A. G. Carlson
of the University of Chicago dem-
onstrated' on himself the efficeincy
of the hunger testing machine his
Hunger and Appetite.
i)r. Carlson defined hunger as a
sensation artsing in the stomach
while appetite lie explained Is a
nervous phenomenon of the brain.
Swallowing a small cigar shaped
balloon which had been fitted with
long rubber tubes he Inf'ited the
balloon h His tomacii tr.rcn?h the
TAKE MY TIP.
It you want to make yourself "solid'
with THAT GIRL there is nothing
that helps more than a nice FRESH
box of CHOCOLATK3 occasionally.
See our nice Christmas assortment
TANDY is a most acceptable Christ
No use Arguing
When it come to storing
household goods etc. Tou will
find our facilities meet every
requirement. We alo haul
goods anywhere. Prompt and
careful attention given to ovary
Thone 72 and we will do
J. L. WILSON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
COUGHS OR COLDS.
Graves Because They Neglected
Columbia Mo. "for I believe I
would have consumption to-day if I
had not used this groat remedy."
'"I take great pleasure in recom-
mending your l)r. King's New Dis-
covery for the benefit of suffering
humanity. It's a thoroughly reliable
remedy for nil coughs croup and
long troubles. A'e have used it in
our family for fourteen years with
the best results. It saved my mother
when two doctors gave her up. She
had a very severe case of pneumonia
and was in bed seven weeks and part
of the time 'out of her mind' so
that she did not know me. I told
father to get me two 50c bottles of
Dr. King's Xew Discovery which
be did and on taking it she soon
began to improve and four bottles
cured her entirely. You may pub-
lish this if you wish and I will an-
swer all inquiries with postage en-
closed for reply.
tubes an 1 thm attached tht. latter
to sensitized paper. Hunger he de-
clared cavci the musrles cf th5
stomach to grip the balloon and
drive out the air which cp'fterea
1 lie amount of hunger on the sen-
White rats and mice were used
in an experiment to illustrate the
diffusion of the blood supply. Dyes
injected into their blood vessels
circulated in a short time until the
little animals changed the color of
their flesh without much apparent
discomfort. One rat was green to
the end of its tail while even the
film of its eyes was the color of
an emerald. The other was simi
larly transformed by the use of
Weight of Brain.
Dr. E. Linden Mullus who has ex
perimented for many years at the
Johns Hapkins Medical School and
elsewhere today told members of
the American Physiological Society
that the weight of thp brain had
no relation to its potencv and that
the1 intricate brain convolutions had
nothing to do with the power of the
"The theory that intricate con
vulsions were a sign of brain power
or efficiency seems based rather on
the desire fon anatomic explana-
tion than on any procurable facts"
Dr. S. Tashiro a Japanese scient-
ist attached to the Rockefeller In-
stitute. New York was of the opin-
ion that the nerves created their
own energy while Dr. A. C. Crehore
Columbia University believed that
the nerves were the carriers of en-
ergy developed tlsewhere in the
KTU m OR
Time "Pape's Diapepsin!" In five min-
utes all stomach misery Is
"Really does" put bad stomachs in
order "really does" overcome indi-
gestion dyspepsia gas heartburn and
sourness in five minutes that just
that makes Pape's Diapepsin the
largest selling stomach regulator in
the world if what you eat lerments
into stubborn lumps you belch gas
and eructate sour undigested food and
acid; hnad is dizzy and aches; breath
foul; tongue coated; your insides
filled with bile and indigestible waste
remember the moment "Pape's Dia-
pepsin" conies in contact with the
stomach all such distress vanishes.
It's truly astonishing almost marvel-
ous and the joy is its harmlessness.
A large fifty-cent case of Papes
Diapepsin will give you a hundred
dollars' worth of satisfaction or your
druggist hands you your money back.
It's worth its weight In gold to men
and women who can't get their stom-
achs regulated. It belongs in your
home should always be kept handy
In case cf a sick sour upsot stomach
during the day or at night. It's the
quickest surest and most harmless
stomach doctor in the world.
Croup and Cough Remedy
Croup is a terrible disease it at-
tacks children so suddenly they are.
very apt to choke unless given the
proper remedy at once. There Is
nothing better in the world than Dr.
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 rt medy Dr. Kinu's New
Discovery is we have no fear. We
rely on it for croup coughs and
colds." So can you. oftc and $1.00.
A beetle should be in every home. At
all Druggists. H. E. Bueklrn 4 Co.
Phila. St. Loun.
FARMERS LOSE H
COTTON PLANTERS SEVERAL
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS
SHORT PLAN NEW METHODS.
Washington Jan. 2.-Cotton plant-
ers in Oklahoma lost several hun-
dred thousand dollars last season
through impreper grading of tht de-
partment of agileulture. This loss
was figured on th" basis of $2i)o0o
which the department experts found
to have been sustained on one grade
alone through lack of knowledge of
Between seventy and eighty gov-
erment experts are working in the
belt with a view of getting infor-
mation as to cotton grading. "We
have on hand at least L'O.nui) to 2.V
uOu samples of cotton." said Charles
.1. Brand In charge of the office of
marketing "and we are getting this
data to ascertain how much discrim-
ination is shown and how much loss
there is from tailure to receive
what thts actual grade is worth."
The 'bureau of plant industry Is
trying to devise a mor( economical
method of handling the cotton crop.
Cotton now is handled from two
to seven times in its journey from
tlie planter to the mill each hand
ling representing expense added cost
and added reduction from the price
that the farmer receives.
TO PUT OUT NEW MEN FOR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR
VARIOUS STATE OFFICES.
Oklahoma City Jan. 1. - An organ-
ization cf democrats having as its
general purpose the putting out of
new men for the democratic nomina-
tion for the various state ofrices
was effected here today with George
E. Bowman of Kingfisher as chair
man and W. 1.. Kngleton of Norman
secretary. The meeting was called
by .Mi'. Bowman as the result of two
preliminary conferences at which
plans were discussed. Further meet-
ings will tie held as developments
during the campaign justify.
The impression that all present
office holders are to be tabooed Mr.
Bowman declares to be a mistake
only such as are considered to have
made a failure in conducting stale
affairs are to be opposed for nomi-
nation for any state office.
"Our ultimate purpose is to place
thp names of a number of candidates
en the democratic ticket at the pri-
mary election next August. Hn
many cases there will probably 'be
two or more candidates named for
each office. This will be done In
niMer that it cannot be charged
that ours is a movement to boost
any particular man or set of men
for office. We will not permit any
man who is a candidate for office
to become active in our organiza-
tion. It is not a movement of of-
ficeholders or disgruntled politicians
but it is a spontaneous growth of
sentiment among democrats in all
parts of the state that the men now
in powen or a ntimbi r of them at
least have made a failure in the
administration of slate government.
We will not permit discharged ap-
pointees or employes of the admin
istration to become members of our
organization if we know it as our
sole desire is to clean up the iparty
machinery and to place honest and
competent men before the people
on the ticket in place of any who
in our judgment have failed to give
us a good administration of public
NOTICE All subscribers to the Dai
ly Oklahcman who are not re-
ceiving their paper regularly
please notify .1. W. Agee find B
St. N. W. Phone blue 1T7. 2-4t
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it EDUCATION NOTES. V.
Vocational guidance has been in-
troduced into the sellout system of
Coiiui i ticut by a recent law.
Credit for Bible stilly is given
in tlie North lakoia high .schools.
A hundred students passed tlie state
examination last year.
Sims rf tanners in Down and An
trim counties I.Vkml are name. I
as tlie lieneiiciari. s of a recent ed-
ucational bi ipiest of a million dol-
lars. Two carpenters and a plumber
from England have recently been
traveling in Belgium. They er
awarded vocational scholarships ny
means of which they are invest 1
gating old and new nu thuds of house
Many cities hesitate to slait open
air schools because of rr.e supposed
expense particularly of feeding. In
Green Bay. Wis. th. cost of feeding
in the open air school has been
found to be only " 1-:! cents per
day or $S a year for eaeli child.
A one year course in tanning has
been established by Pratt Institute.
Brooklyn. N. Y. in co-operalloii with
the National Association of Tan-
ners. The cuutke is for nun ni
ready employed in the tanning in-
dustries or high school students
without ipractical experience hot
wish to take up tanning.
In New Zealand all males are
obliged to do military drill from
14 to 2 1 years of age and schools
are required to withhold scholar
ship grants from any student who
can not prove that he has com-
plied with the provision ot drill
much opiiosition has developed es-
pecially among school men accord
ing to the American Peace Society.
As indicating the educational work
of the Y. W. C. A. ther? are 42000
girls and women enrolled in 171
cities in day or evening classes.
Each of 05 associations has an en-
rollment of more than loo students
several of them registering from
l.r.oo to 2000. In each of It cities
ovt r ."iOO students are registered.
Two-fift.hs of the girls are in day-
classes and the rest in evening
classes. There are 2'vloo students
in household arts.
Newly naturalized immigrants In
jo Angeles Cal. are instructed in
the responsibilities of American cit
izenship through the social center.
"Recognition day" sevrices are held
at the close of each term of school.
Says the social center report: "All
the new citizens who have received
their second palpers within the six
months are specially invited to a
banquet given by prominent citizens
as hosts. I -at ii there is a public
meetinrt in the Auditorium. The
program consists of addresses by
leading citizens city county and
state officials n-atriolie music mo-
tion pictures and the ceremony of
extending tlie right band of citizen-
ship." Dr. Hobson's Ointment Hca's ltot-
The constantly itching burning
sensation and other disagreeable
forms of eczema tetter salt rheum
and skin eruptions promptly cured
hy Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment
o'eo. W. Fitch of Mendota 111. says:
"I purchased a box of Dr. Hobson's
Eczema Ointment. Have had eczema
ever since the civil war have been
treated by many doctors none have
given the benefit that one box of
Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment has."
Every sufferer should try it. We're
so positive it will help you we guar-
antee it or money refunded. At all
dru-'glsts or by mail 50c.
Pfeiffer Chemical Co. Philadelphia
and St. Louis.
INVITED CATO SELLS.
Ringling Railroad Officials Ask Him
to Visit Oil Fields.
Wilson Okla. Jan. 1. Cato Sells.
commissioner of Indian affairs who
will visit Oklahoma investigating
'bpi.-r and Indian land matters was
asV'd today 'by the Ringling railroad
officials- to visit the Healdton oil
fi"Vi this county when he comes
to Ardmore next Wednesday for a
conference on Chickasaw Indian land
The Chiekasaws own much of the
land in the Healdton as well as the
adjoining Santa Fe field leasul un-
der regulations promulgated by Com-
Members of the Choctaw-Chickasaw
Treaty Rights Association will
confer with Mr. Sells at both Mo-Al-'ster
an I Ardmoiv as-k'iig com-
plete abolishmmt of tribal gove.rn-
ni nts and the distribution per cap-
ita of several million dollars in the
ti a : : i nal tre asury.
Delicious "Red Ball"
Bring You Richest
clean white cotton gloves.
"Ked Hall" lemons are juiciest thin-skinned mostly seedless
economical because they go farther than other lemons.
"Red Ball" Trademarks
Bring You Rogers Silverware
Rend lis the trademarks cut
from your "Red Hall" orange
ami lemon wrappers. !et your
premiums of splendid Rogers
guaranteed standard A-l table
silverware. L'7 different premi-
ums. Complete equipment for
a fashionable table.
. ora 11 g e s p 0011
shown above is
sent (or 12
50-Pound Limit for Parcel Post.
Washington .Ian. 2. The law in-
ert'asinK the limit for iparcelst to be
carried by the parcel post system
from twenty to fifty pounds goes
into effect today. This rulinff how-
ever adplieH only to first abl sec-
ond zones. Tlie rate is one cent
fo eaeh additional pound after the
first pound. in the third fourth
fifth ami sixth 70ms the limit is
twenty pounds with tin; rate two
eents four cents six cents and
eitiht rents respectively for eaeli ad-
ditional pound. It is learned that
the postoffico department has found
the parcel post to be a money mak-
er the revenues from this business
beitiK $Snon0()o a year. This be-
itlH tht; case Mr. Burleson It Is
stated has determined to begin to
cut heavily into the business of the
express companies the bulk of which
Is the carriage of parcels over twen-
ty pounds In weight.
Madison Wis. Jan. 1 inn.
M. I). Iteynolds says:
This is to certify that. I have been
a fireat sufferer from Rheumatism
since 1 N : 1 . Contracted the disease
while working with a snow plow on
thi; railN.ad. For several yi ars I
have been obliged to use crutches
i ureal part of the time. Having
used three boxes of the Meritol
Rheumatism Powders I have thrown
iway the crutches and am now al
most fully recovered. It certainly
has done wonders for me and 1
heartily recommend it M. Rey-
nolds. F. .1. Ramsey exclusive agent.
LADIKS NOTICE We do expert
work In shampooing scalp treatment.
manicuring and facial massage.
Thompson & Rappule 23 I! St. S. W.
Phone 945. 17-lm
B . FRunf 1
H VIIgrowersIL fl
A Suggestion to the Housewife
IT'S NOT THE HIGH COST OF LIVING THAT DRAINS YOUR BANK AC-
COUNT BUT IT IS THE COST OF HIGH LIVING. WHEN YOU SEND
FOR 10c WORTH OF POTATOES OR A NICKEL'S WORTH OF ONIONS
YOU ARE PAYING THE MERCHANT FOR THAT DELIVERY
Let Me Suggest to You How to Purchase Groceries :
One dozen best corn for 95c
One dozen best hominy for 95c
One dozen best kraut for $1.10
Imported Italian olive oil per gallon. v $4.00
One round bulk peanut butter for 20c
One-gallon crock of Queen olives for $2.25
One-gallon crock of Manzanila olivesfor $2.25
One bottle Heinz's evaporated horse adish the Sac size for 25c
Asparagus tips the "": k nd at 2ac or per dozen $2.50
Three pounds sliced pineapple in syrup the 3."c kind for 25c
Keg of Holland Herrings (Milkers) for $103
Imported Herman split peas at per pound 8 1-3e
Heinz's dill ickles. at per dozen 20c
Heinz's sour pickles at. per dozen 1c
Heinz's mince meat in brandy at per pound 2?c
Wild honey at per pound 16
Evaporated pears .it. per p-rn I 15c
Evaporated figs at per pound 10c
Evaporated aiples. at per pound 10c
Evaporated peaches at per ound 10c
One Sound can of rlne (dives for 40c
These prices polve the problem Cet wise and trade with
PHONE'319 J ' jlijEj PHONE 31
food in till tlie
world for every-
body babies or grown-ups.
"Red Hall" fruit is the clean
est of fruits for it is never
touched bv bare hands. Every
Ball" orange ami lemon is
wrapped in tissue paper and
shipping by workers w ho wear
orange or h nion wrapper1! a;nl fi
two-ei'Ht stamps 10 pay cost of mail-
ing etc. "SunUi-t" orange and
I wrappers count the s.un-" a-s
"Ked 1 5.1 1 1 ' ' ra;'peis.
Buy yoer weeVt supply of "Red
Bull" orange and lemuni today from
Send us your nam.; ami full ad-
dress for our free premium sheet
and Premium C lub I'i.m.
Send nil order for premiums
and all inquiries to
California Fruit Growers Exchange
139 N. Clark Street (150) Chicago. M.
t January 2 in History.
n.HOf) -exportation of corn was Ino-
hiblted from tlm Swedish and
lS.V.-lClties of IWilliamsburg and
Rrooklyii New York ttiiiieo.
under one government and call-
I SC 1 Ciov. Kills of North Carolina
took possession of Fort Macon.
1SC.S (lov. Flanders of Louisiana re-
signed. IST.'i (laribaldi refused the pension
granted him by the Italian par-
liament because of the low con-
dition of tho nation's finances.
liMiii Port Arthur to bo occupied by
the Japanese ai'my today.
1!)12-I)r. Sun Vat Sen was Installed
at Nanking as provisional pres-
ident of tho republic of Cinna.
Find opportunities In the want ads..
THE COFFEE LOVER
will be GRATIFIED and SATISFIED
with the strength and flavor of ou
A cup of our DEI.ICIOU 3 coffe
makes tho simplest repast all tht
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