The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 99, Ed. 1 Monday, February 2, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Monday February 2 1914.
THE DAILY ARDMOBEITE
suffer discomfort are languid
fretful and nervous because their
blood is thin or insuilicient but
if those ho afflicted could fully
realize the wonderful hlood-mak-in
properties of SCOTT'S EMULSION
they would not deprive themselves
of its benefits.
Nourishment alone not drug or
alcohol makes blood and Scot fa
Emuhion is the essence of medical
nourishment free from wines
alcohols or opiates.
SCOTT'S EMULSION offer meal
fill hollow cheek overcome
languor and make tranquil
FORMER TEXAS SENATOR FINDS
MUCH SATISFACTION IN PRESI-
Washington Feb. 1 In reply to
a request for a statement of his
views upon President Wilson's recent
anti trust address to congress former
'Senator llailey of Texas today made
the following statement;
"It is very natural that I should
agree1 in the main with the President's
recommendations because excepting
the trade commission they are .sub-
stantially the same as I have1 been
advocating for almost twenty years. It
is true that I have not believed any
further legislation necessary; be-
cause any capable and resolute attor-
ney general can suppress every trust
in the I'nited States under the law as
it now stands by simply invoking 'its
penal as well as its other provisions:
but additional legislation in harmony
with the existing law can not he
harmful even if it i not necessary.
"Hut while the satisfaction which I
find in tin' President's recommenda-
tions on the trust question is very
great it is not much greater than that
which I derive from any other recent
sot of his. Several years ago. I ad-
vised the attorney general of TeNas
to compromise a judgment against the
Waters-Pierce Oil company exacting
from that company a fine commen-
surate with its offense together with
an agreement thai it would henceforth
conform rigidly to ow laws.
Unusual Course of President.
"Several weeks ago the attorney
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are selected from prime well
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Tyler & Simpson Co.
general of the I'nited States com-
promised with the telephone trust
without eacting any tine or indict-
ing any punishment upon it. but ac-
cepting simply its agreement to con-
form to our laws and President Wil-
son took the rather unusual course of
writing his attorney general a letter
cordially commending his action in
that matter. The Waters-Pierce Oil
Company though charged with being
a trust was expressly acquitted of
thai charge and eonvicted only of
making an exclusive contract. That
was unlawful in our state and ought
to be unlawful iu every slate: but 1
thought it an offense for which a cor-
poration i-tmulil be sufficiently punish-
ed by a find. On the other hand the
ncquis iion of the Western I'mon Tel-
egraph company by the telephone
company was a palpable and delib-
erate attempt to monopolize a means
of communication among the people
and as such was" one of the most seri-
ous offenses which can he committed
against our anli-lrust policy ami stai-
utes. Not a Critic of Wilson
"I tin not say the attorney general
was wrong in compromising with the
telephone company nor do I intend
to suggest that the President was
wrong in commending the compromise
but 1 do say that if it was right for
the "attorney general of the I'nited
States to compromise with the tele-
phone company and if it was right
for the president of the I'nited States
to approve his compromise then it
could not have been wrong for me
to advise the attorney general of
Texas to compromise a less serious
case. What must the sensible people
of Texas think when they see the
same politicians who organized and
led the light to carry Texas for Presi-
dent Wilson and w ho are applauding
every act of his administration are
the very same politicians who assailed
ir.e with a ferocity almost unparalleled
in American politics because I ad-
vised the attorney general of Texas
to compromise with the Waters-Pierce
Oil company. "What wonder is it that
the people have lost confidence in
the sincerity of politicians when we
see them denouncing one man wnom
they do not happen to like for doing
a given thing and then see them
praising another man whom they hap-
pen to like for doing the same thing.
Through such misconduct our politi-
cians are becoming a jest and by-
word among the people."
Its Great Success Continues.
We are glad to hear that the Tyler
Commercial College is continuing to
meet with great success and that its
January attendance lias been the
largest in the history of the school.
This institution has at its head a
thoroughly experienced business man;
lie has not only bad twenty odd years
experience ipi handling commercial
schools but has had much valuable
business experience in other lin k-.
and is today identified with a num-
ber of Texas' leading business en-
terprises. O.-ir people realize that a
thorough business training comes
from one w ho possesses! 'business
ability and business experience. This
is proven by the fact that this insti-
tution is the largest school of bookkeeping-business
typewriting busiius administration
and finance and telegraphy in Ameri-
ca. They use their own specially
prepared text books in almost every
' department. text books prepared
from the standpoint of what the busi-
ness world demands rather than that
of the theoretical school room. Some
'merchants are able to do twice the
business of others with the same
i capital invested This is due to the
difference of the methods ot the two
men. The same is true of business
colleges; the reason that on secures
a larger patronage nives a more thor-
ough training places more of its grad-
uates into high salaried positions is
because of its superior methods.
We will be glad to see our ambi-
tious young men ate! women writ"
for a free catalogue of the Tyler Com-
mercial College .)f rler Texas that
they may see what other vung peo-
ple h.-ve accomp'ished after spend-
ing a mew mou'iii in ibis America's
greatest business iraiaing f-'io.il.
To Whom it May Concern:
This is to notify you that it is un-
lawful to run an automobile without
a state license. The license is due
the day the niachiue is purchased. No
fractional part of the fiscal year is
considered. The tax Is $1.00 and
should be sent by check giving name
and number of car to secure state
license. Mail all checks to Highway
Department 202 Mercantile Ruildir.g
Oklahoma City Okla.
Otherwise suit will be institute at
once by the state for collection of
same without further notice.
Commissioner of Highw ays.
(This applies to all owners of auto
mobiles who have not paid their li-
cense up to June Sit J9U.) 2 tf
Clean rags wanted at this office.
A New Home Cure That Anyone Can
Use Without Discomfort or
Loss of Time.
We hae a New .Method that cures
Asthma and we want oii to try It
at our expense. No matter whethei
our case is of long standing re-
cent development whether it is
present as occasional or i-tir'nie
Asthma you should send mr free
trial package of our netho.l. No
nia'ter iu what climate vu live
no matter what your age or occu-
l.atii n if vou are troubled vvith a-ci-mi
our method should ivlb vo you
We especially want to send it to
those apparently hopeless cases
where till forms of inhalers doueiies
opium preparations fumes "patent
smokes." etc.. have failed. We want
to show everyone at our own ex-
pense that this new method is de-
signed to end all difficult breathing
all wheezing and all those terrible
paroxysms at once and for all tim
This free off. f is too important
to neglect a siugJe day. Write now
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it SPRING THE PROPER TIME tt
tt TO WORK ROADS. ti
Washington. I. ('..'Feb. 2.--It is a
great mistake to put off working the
roads until August or September ac-
cording to road experts of the C. S
department of :i ? tie:'. f-e The roads
should ! v o ;; d wh it he soil is
damp so is to ni.r;." 'he t.il
when it dries out. If the roads are
worked when they are dry it takes
more power to draw the machine and
besides dry earth and dust retain the
moisture and quickly rut after rains.
The use of 'clods soils weeds or vege-
table matter in building earth road-
shou'.d be avoided because they ai-o
If the working of the roads is de-
ferred until the latter part of the sum-
mer when the surface is baked drv
and hard they are not only difficult
lo work but the work is unsatisfac-
tory when done. Karth which is loo---and
dry will remain dusty as long as
the dry weather lasts and then turr
to mud as the rains begin liy using
the road machine in the spring while
the soil is soft and damp the surface
is more easily shaped and soon packs
down into a dry. hard crust which is
less liable to become dusty in sum-
mer and muddy in winter.
Ilepairs to roads should be made
vh. n needed and not once a year af-
ter crops are laid by. Because of Us
simplicity efficiency and cheapness
the split-log drag or some similar de-
vice is destined to come into mot'.-
and more general use Willi the drag
properly built and its use well under-
stood the maintenance of earth and
gravel roads becomes a simple and
Inexpensive matter. Care should In-
taken to make the log so light ilia-
one can lift it with ease as a light
drag can be drawn by two m 'diuin-
sized horses and responds more read
ily to various methods of hitching
and the shifting position of the op-
V9MivlKS for patenta. Book or. Pati'nldk
LS " Hints to inventors." " Invenjiuiu
WSJ Nmh1M." "Why Some Ir.venror laiL
B All wnt Free. Special listjiof punaiM. buy.
rs ... jur own ciientt. Send ruugh sketch o
model for search of Patent Otce record
IcaJ representatives In Cites and Town.
jur Mr. Greeley was formerly A rtiiiir Com mis-
lioner of Patents and a.- such had full rhanre at
I. S. Patent Olfii-e. OlUCbl I V of M.I VI IKK
' tut Alturue-yo Waahiuictou 1. U
Mahing a Choice
Much depends upon the selec-
tion of an undertaker. Yo l
can not be too careful in
looking for the proper one to
call in'o your home. Our
methods and appointments are
pleasing tc the most particular.
The expense is a matter of
your own desire.
Brown & Bridgman
Under Optra Hous. Phore 2J.
erator. than a heavier one. The best
I material for the drag is a dry cedar
log .though elm. walnut box eld -r. or
i .-oil maple are excellent. Oak. hick-
Inry or ash are too heavy. The big
should he from seven to to-n feet long.
' and from eight to ten inches in dia
1 ; e t i r It should be split e.ll'elU i.v
! i- near the center as possible and
e. heaviest and het slab chosen for
the front. When the soil is moi-l bur
.1 st iek . t lie drag does he lies:
V ' I':
As the soil u the Ji hi will
tf plow ed w e. so the read w ill
f the ilr.ig is isi d on it w In n it
t. l: tin- ro.idwav is full ot
or liad!v rutted the drag should
ed Ollce VI hell the load s Mill
earth road can best lie crown
. ! and ditched w lib a road machine
and not with picks and slue els or
1 -coops and plows. tvic road ma.
i nine w ith a siiita ide pow er and op
't.tior will do Ibe work of many men
with picks and shovels and in addi
;.:on w ill do it belter If the road is
composed of fine clav or soil it will
'sometimes pav to resurface it with
lop so;l from an adiaceiit lield. which
has sand or gravel mixed w iih it
j This method called Ibe "lop soil
I method." is now in successful use in
! 1 'larke count v ( leorgia.
I Storm water should be disposed 01
Kuickh before il has bad time to pom.
tr.ite deeply into the surface ol Itie
road. This can be done by giving
the road a crown or slope from the
( enter lo the sides. For an earth road
which is 21 feet wid" the center
should be not less than ! inches nor
more than 1J inches higher than the
outer edges of the shoulder. The nar-
row road which is high iu the mid-
dle will become rutted almost as
quickly as one which is too Hat for
the reason that on a narrow road all
the trat'lic is forced to use only a
narrow strip. Shoulders are often
formed on both sides of the road
which prevents storm wafer from
llowing into the side ditches retain-
ing it in the ruts and softening the
roadway. These nils and shoulders
can be entirely eliminated with the
road machine or split log drag.
The width of the earth road will
depend on the traffic. As a rule -"
or ::n feet from ditch to ditch is suf-
ficient if the road is properly crown-
ed. Ordinarily the only ditches need-
ed are those made with the road ma-
chine which are wide and shallow.
Deep narrow ditches wash rapidly.
. speciallv on sleep slope.-. The earl h
road should .lot be loosened dug up.
or plowed up any more than is abso
luteh necessary It should be grail
ually raised not lower d. hardened
not soft i m-d.
FRATERNAL. AND LABOR ti
Atdmore Typographical Union
Arlu.ore Typographical 1'nioii No.
c-19 meets f:r-t Sunday of i ach month
at Labor Hall. 1. (' Dobbs Pres.:
jce Kc'.iels Secy.-Ti'-'as.
Ardmore Printj i-bessmen and
Ardmore Local No. I'M) meet fir-it
Wednesday night of each month (iiles
C. Payne Pre ; Chas. C. Whit- Secy-
Trias. Ardmore Journeymen Barbers' Union
Local No. fell meets last Monday
i night of each month Dee F.lliol. Pros
Md"ut; Joe Huckaby Pecy-Tn-as.
I C.nrenters aid Joiners.
Carpenters and Joiners of America
I rdmore Local No. Vr. meets every
Thurs-day night in Labor Hall. W.
Jalyon; Pres.; D. N. Ferguson Secy.-
Treas. Retail Clerks.
Retail Clerks International Protect-
ive .Association Ardmoru Local No
b!) meets the first and third Monday
nights of each month. K. Lathrop
Pres.: V. F. Ramsey Secy-Tr-as.
Ardmore Teamsters F'jion No. ."Si;
meets the first and third Monday
rights of each month in Labor Hall.
W. J. McLoughlin Pres. J. L. Thom-
Royal Neighbors Camp 4438.
The Royal N'eeigbbors Camp 4l"x
meets on second Saturday night in
each month at K. of I. hall. Myra
Cathey Oracle; Sophia Harris Vice
Oracle; Maude Hayne Chancelor;
Scott Marshal; Edna .Tone.'. assist-
ant Marshal. Drs. Cox and Son. Phy-
sicians; Nettie Taylor V- 'corder.
Allied Printing Trades Council of
Meets til" last Wednesday of each
month at ." p. m C- von Nord-
heim president. Ililles F. White sec-
re tary -treasurer.
United Trades Council of Ardmore.
Meets every Tuesday night at l.
m.. in labor hail. J H Smith presi-
dent; Ilines F. White si t n tar) treasurer.
fOU SHOULD TAKE PURE AND PLEASANT DR. KING'S NEW
DISCOVERY YOU WILL GET QUICK AND PERMANENT RELIEF.
Stops Cough. Loosens Chest. Soothes
Inflamed Throat Nose. Bronchial
Tubes and Lungs.
Start Taking It at Once.
IV. Killed N"-V ll'-c-vverv w.i nrL'i-
-s .... I ! l! V . ir -cel. Its V. .Il.iefi'ill t"CV T t.
o o-'o'lnii"-. I lire ( oKk n l'"ve
e.i ; iUr.. uf' . iiU'lc ii 'I'm ! v po;n;!-ir.
:s i;.-' -!. hlv im-r.M'fl. N"v it i-
'.elt.:-.i:v lie-! 11- ! l'iv-c" .pi Mil f .P
.:: :' - I 1- In l'e wore!. V :.'.! :i- f
: I - . ..e aiui'iai'v and I'mi-aieU
.IV t i us iti-p I'V 1 1 - . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . i T s aril con-
;.'(. 1 r. V!iv t iiu tit w :!i u:i'..'.i U
;:J i;:i:rie.l repio.1.. -' lbV.i-i:r. I re-.l .ni l
nv lb" km:'- New I ovrv U .'iiari'i-
.! !.v 'it ilniL'jii-t f" Ir 't yon or mote v
iV'i.i-.!. (let a. bo;i!e iih1.iv. Keep it for
'!ioi 1 pneumonia li.nl left me with
i !ri;.lful ..nm!).' write- Mr-. .1. K. l' of
'. li t. III. Sometimes 1 ha! such awful
;:.:' :-; .el's I thotitrlit I woul.l die.
otiM e.-i no help from iloclof's I reat tneiit
r ..f or mclioiiios till use Ir. Kind's
ii vv I I'.scoverv. I owe tuv life to this woti-
e rl'ttl reme.lv for I s. aic lv coueh fit .ill
low" t.iuick safe ami reliable for all
hro.lt and lull ir troubles". Sohl hv
NARROW ESCAPE OF INMATES
MATRONS SHOW VALOR DUR-
Muskogee. Okla.. f'eh. 1. - When the
Hills' dormitory of the Kvviuhl mis-
sion school at .Marhle City was de-
stroyed liv fire early Thursday tiiorn-
iiiK. Mrs. .1. I.atidrelli a matron who
had lii-en employed only two days lie-
fore risked her own life lo save the
thirl v Indian ulrls iu the liuildiiiK
Word of the tire reached here Friday.
It was about II o'clock Thursday
inoriiiii'.' when shouts and u clamor on
the outside of lllH llulidillM awakelleil
Mrs. I.aiiilrelli. She rose to find her
room full of smoke.
Clad only in night clothes she rush
oil into each room shaking the girls
and lolling them lo gel out of the
building without a moment's loss of
time. She marshah'd the girls in
their customary lire drill order and
saw them safely out of the building.
Then she ran hack and Into each
room lo make sure thai no one was
left within Hie glowing walls. No one
vas h 't hul a hurried count outsiil"
showed only twenty-nine girls. The
building which was of frame con-
struction was burning liereely. hal
M V I.atidrelli insisted on entering it
to look for the last girl.
"Don't go ilease. you'll be killed"
begged Mrs. .1. N. Robe wife of the
iriui ipa! of the school but when Mrs.
I.aiidreth Insisted she swore to follow
her. ami the two women dashed into
the building again.
In each room they searched again
and In all the balls but the girl was
not found. The building was totter-lug-
and those outside began lo shout
warnings to the women finally Mr.
Kobe the principal who bad just
learned his wife was in the building
organized a cordon and prepared to
resell'' them. Just then the two wo-
men cam" out. and a moment later
the root of the building crashed in.
Two hours later the missing girl
a liille Indian l't years old was
found in another 'building badly
frightened hut unhurt.
The building which was icrely a
shell was consumed quickly. Prac-
tically all of the girls lost their wear-
itig apparel and Mrs. I.andreth did
not save a single article. The girls
Phone your orders. We deliver packages of 5c value on up.
T. N. Coleman Druggist
The most modern equipped barber
shop in Southern Oklahoma.
Union Barbers. Hot and Cold Baths
Shoe Shining Parlor
hvlhl I C H'"''.'T-
iifilh ii: I
remained huddled together in the col l
iiiglit for nearly an hour before ar-
rangements were made for i hem in
the new building at the school thai
has no' been occupied for school pur-
poses. The Dwight mission school is a
school for Indians. The girls w ho were
In the lire came from towns all over
the state. Mrs. Marcissa Owen th"
mother of Senator Itohert I. Owen
was an early pupil and among the
reminiscences written a few years
before her death are many interest-
ing stories connected with it.
The building burned Thursday was
one of three which comprise the main
part of the school. There is an ad-
ministration building and a boys' dor-
mitory in addition.
According to J. N. Kobe principal
of the school the building is worth
about $:S.uim and the loss is practic-
allv covered by insurance.
"The Man and the Moment" is the
title of Kliuor Clyn's latest novel.
There was. we are informed excep-
tionally keen competition among the
magazine publishers for the rights to
this most recent work by the bril-
liant author of "The Visits of Kli.a-
bi 111" "Three Weeks" and "Guine-
vere's Lover." The RICI) HOOK MAG-
AZINK proved to be the winner in
this editorial contest anil the opening
chapters of "The Man and the Mo-
ment' appear in the February issue
of the magazine. This first install-
ment develops a unique situation
which with the exceptional dramatic
power of the story easiy explains th-
eagerness of the various publishers to
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Cold on lungs Is dangerous often d-"-v
eloping pneumonia. Thu use of
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gists everywhere in 2oc and 50c bot-
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