The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 288, Ed. 1 Friday, September 11, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Friday September 11 1914.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Mexico & Pacific
TIME TAKLE NO. 3
Effective 12:01 A. M. Sunday September 61914
'vt Bound Trains
I :5 1 2 4
Mixed I'as'ur M'''1 l)s'Xr
UaiJy Daily "-"'y Djll'
Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar.
1M. A.M. A.M. P.M.
2:-' JO 7:00 Ardmorc 11 S-j 0:1;
2::!.") 7:04 West Ardmorc 11 :M 0:10
;:!.") 7:-'i0 Lone drove 10:50 0:15
4:05 8:05 Wilson 10:10 5:45
14-45 8:10 Rinslinjf 0:20 5:10
P.M. A.M. A.M. P.M.
Ar. Ar. I -v. Lv.
Trains will make regular slop at Joiner for passengers.
W. J. StoneUurner
KAISER S PROCLAMATIONS WERE
ALL BEARING DATE 1912 HAS
NOW SIX MILLION IN ARMS AS
London Sept. in. Dr. I 'out -nni one
of Hie Soulh African labor leaders who
was among the last British subjects
to leave llerlln coiil ribiitt s mi Inter-
esting article to Hie Daily Citizen on
IiIh impressions ol Hie (lerinan capital
in war lime.
"That the Hermans wen' prepared
for all eventualities for some consider-
able tunc was evidenced" says routs-
ma "when the kaiser's proclamations
were posted up iu lierliu and of
course throughout tlei iiinnv ordering
the inoliill.iitlon. Those proclamations
were printed in two colors and were
nil dated I it 1 li . The "S was struck out
with blue pencil anil Hie 'f added. Kv-
cry follow ing day additional proclauui
I ions were Issued and It was noticed
pracl i ally every one had bei n print
ed two vciirs ago.
"When later on the 'landstiiriu mil
ADVICE 10 juz u;l
At'f hr inn inltrrrtiltvi. h Itm;JMi
how . Is. w c ilk kittru urn) tmi il U i -.
hvc a .pr.lfic I'tfecl en ilv.. wi-mim
lliuuliitlTtie i't liiwtl. r nuui hi hv lun
and liui'jii t. iutr to I he w huh- i. m.
Piles Cured in ft to 14 Days
t'oiir ilMiiKi't will udotil nionry it l'AZ
1HMHIKM l.ut. to ri'ir nu rust- ol Iti-hilm
Mini! Mrrittnii ni lrlnitinu 1'ilr. inMo HtliU'
The hlft at Ijlicaltuu i; im l-..e-C and Kcst.
KG I f
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Drs. Crudgington & Duncan
SI'I CI.M.ISTS ON
Chronic and Nervous Diseases of Men and Women
20 Ycari Experience in Sanitariums
nits w rami ritti union he m n tuim mot iisiitss
Offlcft: ARDMORE. OKLA. and DENISON TEXAS.
Over F. J. Ftainity't Drug Store; Call for Dr. Duncan
70S Security Building
OFFICE HOUMS: I to 12 A. M. 1 to 6 P. M.
ALL EXAMINATIONS ARE FREE
l-i.-t r.ounu l rains
waft'"' were calb-d out again the pro-
clamations showed that two years ago
they had been -printed.
"The Hermans have two kind:; ot
laiidsturms armed mid unarmed. The
last named have not been called out
yet and of Hie 'hmdst iirni mil wuffe'
only a very small percentage actually
is in tin' held.
"As. it is never good policy to des-
pise your enemy and it is just as well
to tell the Khglhh people about the de-
termination and wonderful enthusiasm
of the Hermans. They believe that
the present war is a defensive war
that their kaiser is a peace loving
man anil Hie country Is now brutally
attacked by their jealous enemies.
"Kver thing goes like clock work
every one knows exactly what he has
to do and where he is to go. The wom-
en undoubtedly were very courageous.
II. inn seldom I witnessed a sobbing
tone when husband or brother or a son
was departing. They all said: 'We
I t. ii.vt- if i sIimII iii-v el' see llielll :iL':lill
but they must go for the Viilcrlnnd
and the kaiser.'
Twelve Million Available.
"The stati' railways and in Her
many all railways ate state owned il
is evident preparations for Hie trans-
portation i troops were made long
iu tin- past. The government has an
t emu i is amount ot lulling mock
mole than i-f actually rctpiircd at ev-
ery station. Hundreds of trucks of all
; kinds wen- standing idle. Whether cor-
rect or in it I cannot say but when I
leil on August L'7 It was gcneially ad -(
united tli.it ti.iiiiii.uiio troops were un-
der alius. The total strength will lie
I eventually 1 1' nun mill not taking into
'account many thousands of volunteers.
wlio would be called upon if need be
lo guard and look alter prisoners oi
: w a r
j "The antliorliies in llerlln are an-
xious lo keep the capital as far as pos-
i si hi.- in normal condition. Nothing is
allowed that might dishearten the
j people. When some families had re-
jceived news that their relatives bad
been killed in battle and the women
I folk appeared in mourning a notice
X AKE ALWAYS
To Serve Your Best Interests and we
Bid For Your Consideration with our
Quick Deliveries Courteous Treat-
ment and always Headquarters for
Gold Band Ccfee
WILL C. SCKIVXER
Phone 253 and 416
! was posted up everywhere practically
! forbidding women to appear in black.
They were advised to postpone such
public t-igns of sorrow until alter the
; "Thty jrriierally are very much iu
eanif.-t about the whole affair for In-
stance in the homes no piano Is heard.
They all say it is not the time to play
music of a lirvolous nature. All thea-
ters and operas have closed and there
is much distress particularly among
the relatives of those who have gone
to the front. The government Is pay-
ing six marks per month to wives of
reservists and two marks for every
chilil. some of them get in addition a
certain amount from the trade union
to vvhiih the men belonged."
a a a a
i New York. Sept. 10 American
1 sportsmen certainly would be glad of
the opportunity to so- the Shamrock
l IV in action in order that some idea
j might be L'aitied of her behavior tin-
der racing conditions. Since it has
been decided to let til" Kritish dial-
! lender lor the American cup remain
on this side of the Atlantic for the
winter it will be necessary to give
i h' r a tryout before the cold weather
sets in. The time set for tlie trial
spin will be eiiL'erly awaited and the
Shamrock IV will be watched with
Promoters are anxious to arrange
a match between .leff Smith of Hay
onne N .1. and Mike Hihbons. Smith
is regarded as one of the best mid-
dlcwcighls in Hie country. lie has
also made a splendid showing
abroad when' Is rigarded as some
what of a champion. There is a blot
on his escutcheon in the states how
ever which was placed there two
years ago by Mike Hibbons. Hut
then Smith was not tic experienced
fighter that lie is now and no doubt
he and Hibbons would make one of
the most interesting bouts at this
which Is still the
ball world. That
of Herb Moian
talk of Hie hasi
was the giving i'p
who is considered
the best lead off man iu the Nation
al league. It is hard to understand
how players like lied Smith and Mo
ran were given up so readily by
Itrooklyn and Cincinnati.
The horse show season is coining
iu and many Interesting exhibitions
have been planned for various parts
of the country during the autumn.
The postponement of the National
Horse show in .New York has be mi
a great disappointment to many lov-
ers of the horse because anim.'ls
that make a splendid showing al
smaller exhibitions are given a final
tryout at the national event.
Few pitchers have come to the
front as rapidly as lias Hill Doak of
the Cardinals. Hill who is now one
of the top nolchers in the National
league couldn't pitch pebbles in the
Mississippi river last year.
According to a sporting fellow who
has just landed in the steerage from
the other side and who met Jack
Johnson in Paris Hie colored heavy
weight champion of the world (old
the officer of tic French recruiting
station that his price was $.'iilmiii.
win. lose or draw if they wanted
him for war service.
Melbiirne Inman. the Knglish bil-
liard champion will not let the war
interfere with his match with Willie
Hopper to be decided in New York
on September "s with the world's
title as the chief consideration. In-
man is doing his practising iu Mon
treal and expresses confidence in
his ability to win the coming
. matches. I be war has bad its in
I flu. 'lice upon the contest however in
I that it has prevented the bringing
of an Knglish referee to oversee the
: Knglish part of the match. A selec-
tion fur that position will therefore
i 1) ' made iu Canada.
What is believed to le a world's
record for professional baseball was
made recently by (ieorge Metzgcr.
third baseman of the Pacific Coast
league. Metzgcr played four consec-
utive games without having any kind
of a fielding chance either put O'lt.
assist or error.
The White Sox are again the sub
jet't of an interesting rumor. It wn
reported several days ago that Knl
HleHson would be manager next sea-
son while Jimmy Callahan would lie
made vice president. Now it is said
that there is not no much certainty
about Callahan's taking the vice
presidency but Kid is slated for the
K SOME SHORT STORIES. it
Missouri darky was endeavoring
ell a mule to a Jefferson City
who. however was in doubt as
the animal's ace.
If" said he "this mule is as young
urn claim why is it that be bends
mi at the knees?"
"f)li. don't let that little fact worry
miu. boss" the negro hastened to
say. "Iat mule bend at de laigs.
but it ain't due to no age dat he
does De hones' truf. boss is dat 1
ain't had d-' money to look after
i it mule de w ay he oughter been.
My stable is kinda low an' dat mule
he been obliged to stoop a little
il.it's all." Harper's Magazine.
A well known illustrator who
makes interesting western pictures
once made the acquaintance of a
noisy but good natured cowboy who
rejoiced in the appellation of "Hol-
In physical appearance this man
r. as typical of his kind and the ar-
tist made several sLudies of him.
both in repose and in his favorite
diversion of "hollering." Some of
the studies were sold by the artist to
an eastern magazine. They showed
Jones in his most violent state.
A year later the artist again vis-
ited the region. He was soon ap-
proached by Mr. Jones himself bear-
ing one of the pictures 'which he
had torn from the nrigaine in which
it was printed. Pointing to it he
fish il :
"Is that me?"
"Well" replied the artist evasive-
"I got the general idea from you
course but "
"Oh I ain't takin' no offense"
.loin s made haste to say. "It's all
right ; only if it's me say so.'
"If you nit it to me Hint way"
said the artist "I can only reply
that it is a fairly good portrait ol
"The men here on the ranch agree
with you. So 1 look like that when 1
holler do I?"
"I think you do."
"In that case" said lloll.-irg
Jones "all I've got to say is thai
Ilollerin' Jones has hollered his hist
holler. Hereafter when I celebrate
I does so with a tin horn. In my
ow n opinion no man lias a right !
ook like that -not round wl.!..'
folks anyhow." Youth's Companion.
Iein lliilchins Is In bed with a
smooth face and a sprained hie.
l.em read somewhere that whislc-s
were insanitary and forthwith with-
out consulting Mirandy walked to
the village barber shop and had his
twenty-five year obi growth of al-
most ;i (iiiirter section of nlfaifi.
removed. Lem meandered liom? in
the moonilglit feeling like a picked
hen and sneaked to bed wH'Out
She awoke at dawn and noticed
an unfamiliar face on the pi"ov be-
side her. She vigorously placed ni r
feet in tho middle of I.ein's uack
and followed this up with a kick that
rolled I.em downstairs. Then she
threw him over the fence where he
lay until he told a neighbor who he
An ambitious young man called up-
on a publisher and stated that he
had il'cided to write n hook.
"May I venture lo inquire as to
the nature of the hook you propose
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to. 18 11:53 a. m
No. 506 6:30 a. m.
No. 674 1:00 p. m.
No. 576 5:15 p. m.
No. 573 (mixed) 9:30 a.
No. 575 11:55 a.
No. 579 (mixed) 4:00 p.
No. 505 9:00 p.
No. 652 7:45 a
No. 6S4 (mixfd. dally
except Sunday) 3:35 p.
No. 63 (Mixed dally
xcrpt Sunday) 11:30 a.
No. 651 :20 P.
OKLAHOMA NEW MEXICO AND
Westbound Iavs Ardmore
No. 1 (Daily) - 7:00 a. m.
No. 3 (Dally) 3:30 p. u.l
Eastbound Arrives Ardmore
No. 2 (Dally) ..11:35 p. ra '
No. 4 (Daily) 6:43 p. m.l
Ft1 o asto Hfl
For Infants and Children.
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Proraolcs Dijesttonf hecrfti-
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Opium .Morphine norMiiicri.
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lion. Sour StomKlbDiarriMj-i
V.'git.vs .Convulsions.! evensu-
racSiwiic Signature or
The Cental n CompaST
Exact Copy of Wrarjer.
to write" asked the publisher very
' Oh" name in an offhand way
from the aspirant to literary fame. "I
think of doing something on the line
of 'I.es Miserables' only livelier you
know." E ha n ge.
A few days after the new tarm- r
had purchased a horse from a thrif'.y
Soot he returned in an migy
"You told me this horse ha l won
half a dozen matches against some
of the best horses in the cuntr.v.
He can't trot a mile in six minutes
lo save himself. You lied to ;r.e"
"I didmt lie. It was in plowing
matches he took six prizes" calmly
replied Sandy. Exchange.
Po-Do-Lox Banishes Pimples.
Tind niood Pimples Headaches
Biliousness Torpid Liver Constipa-
tion etc. come from Indigestion.
Take To-Do- Lax the pleasant and
absolutely sure Laxative and you
won't suffer from a deranged Stom-
ach or other troubles. It will tone
up the Liver and purify the blood.
Use it regularly and you will stay
well have clear complexion and
steady nerves flet a 50c. bottle to-
day. Money back if not satisfied.
Ardmorelte Want Ads will find it
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and so do men. Ideas and meth-
ods are changing so rapidly that
only the specialist can
Keep Ahead of the Procession
We are specialists in the Auto
Repair business. If you are in-
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something to your advantage by
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LASHER & PRESNELL
Will sell your farm or city pro; - t ty
or colect rents and remit same day
collection is made. List yojr
property with us.
Agents for OAKLAND automo!-::o..
Room 6 T.aird Dldg. Ardmore 0'!a.
Tlooni 17 Guaranty Rank l'.ldg. flivi?
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Postoffice Box No. 415
MRS. MINNIE WALL
Piano Theory and Harmony. O re-
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approved methods. Eight
Phone No. 221 903 McLish Ave.
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MISS ANNIE D. THOMPSON'
Pupil Harold von Mlckwitj
B. M. Graduate and Member cf
Faculty in Bush Temple
Conservatory Chicago 111.
Prospective students phone 314
Residence 226 C. St. S W.
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S. M. DAVIS
Oklahoma and Texas Land
Litigations a Specialty
Office over Ardmore Nafl Ban
J. C. THOMPSON
Attorney at Law
General Practice. Land Titles aad
Land Litigation a Specialty.
Over First National Bank.
J. B. MOORE
Attorney at Law
Land laws a Specialty.
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 288, Ed. 1 Friday, September 11, 1914, newspaper, September 11, 1914; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc154027/m1/2/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.