The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 125, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 2, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Tuesday March 2 1915.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
HAVE PURE BLOOD
Hood'i Sarsaparilla Make Rich Red
Your heart works mphi and tiny
without n pause. It is the principal
organ of tlie circulation of your
blood. t is of 1 lie utmost import-
nwn (tint it rIuiuIiI ilo its work well.
The quality ami quantity or your I has bo n holdniK mnce some uiw
erected by the Method'..' of tlm
city iH how about co'nplt 'ed. The
liulldinK 1 f ery" coiiin'odloiis one
and when comU'ted would ho a
credit to a mi:ch h.r.n'r town than
Sold S'xty-Two Ba'ev
C. I). Slz"inore this week sold
sixty-two biilr-a of cotton which ho
blood have much to do with lis ac
tion. If this fluid is pure ami
abundant your heart and other vital
organs act with more energy than
when it is defective in quality or
dclicient in quantity.
Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the
blood pure and abundant. It is the
fine old reliable medicine that has
been sold for forty years for puri-
fying the blood. Tln-re is no belter
blood remedy appetizer stomach
tonic or nerve builder. From the
very first dose of Hood's Sarsnpa-
rilhi improvement begins.
He sure your drucefist drives you
Hood's for nothing else ''an
tiihly benefit you as uiuch and ii"-
thine; else can take its place fid
NOTES OF INTEREST
FROM OUR NEARBY
last full to T. B. Carson one or
cur local buyers rereivIiiR for it the
sum of einlit cents per pound. Mr.
Sizemore says that he has made an
even 'ltl by holdlnt? his cotton to
dale. Instead of hi'Miir it last fall
at the prices offered at that time.
TRY GETS IT" IT'S
MAGIC FOR CORNS
New Simple Common-Sense Way.
You will never know how really
easy It Is to get rid of a corn until
you have triad "OETS-IT" Nothing
like It has ever been produced. It
takes less time to apply It than It
does to read this. It will dumfound
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FROM WAYNE BEACON
Contract for Steel Bridge.
Contract was awarded Tuesday by
the township board of Wayne town-
ship for the erection of a twenty-
foot span steel bridge which will be
built across the deep ravine two
miles west of Wayne. The eon-
tract was awarded to Ollie llindman
for the sum of This amount
includes grade work and the erec-
tion of the bridge everything fur-
nished and laid on the ground by
One Hundred and Sixty-Five Acres.
.1. J. iNemeceli says there is not
going to be a single stalk of cotton
on his farm this year. He has one
hundred acres In wheat and is now
sowing sixty-live acres in oats lie
will also have some corn and pos-
sibly a few acres of kallr corn. Jim
says that his wheat prospect is very
Haltering at present. He says that
the prospect is for more grain and
less straw this year.
Methodist Church Completed.
The new church building being
Lime-Loss in Tuberculosis
In the Journnl of llir mi-rlriiil
Mnlli'ltl NMlnliill ).hl initio IT
llllll thr follainliiKi
lt him lirrn ninny lltnr Mnd'il
hnl in tlllH-rrllloxl iir III (Ik- ir
f iilirmilitNlM nIiiki' mi IihtiminviI
mnoiint (if ffilchini llinirl I- IomI
holh In llir urhip mill fn r. In fin-l
M iliiiitMtriillKiithin Ihih Ih'i'II lltourttit
ti Iir n fiiri'riiniicr of llir ilei'li-
llll'llt of f iilH'miloftl
'I'urrr! frrilliiK of liilK-rniliialii
pnllrnln mill llii I'liiirinoiiM iiiiiiiinil ot
mitH nml mlik iinrr Klini miii'Ii ih-
tlrnt nrr not nm emiNlilrrnl niltlN-
alilr liy n Inrur nimilirr of phj wlriiiiiw
who nrr HirlnllKifiu; In di Irrnl-
nirnt of iiiiltniinnry tiilM-i-rulu!.'
If tulii'truli'MS Is ihlr to il loss of
lime frimi till' p H I fill. Hit? slli-ri'ss if
Krkmnh'H A llerut i v in Hie tr;it-
tni'lit of tills ilixeiise m:iy Im 1ii ill
pnrt ti tin1 fact thai it i-ini1aiiiH a
linir Halt ho cnmliiiM'il will' oilit-r
va 1 ii:i til' IliKl't'ilu'litM as tn lu' casily
AIa.H wo liavi' uii'il il:-t'rs of
Krkinnn'H Allrrat ive toatt'-Mil stiirt
ly ti IniittiM'S of ft m n I.
Ill nililit'iin tn rrst ami iirnprr ilii-r.
hoiiii' rITi'i-t ivi ri'inrilial arnt -i'tiih
to In' ni'i'ilril. ami in ininii't mis rasi s
of apparent ri'i'iivi'i v from tiihin-u-lnsis
ami Uinihi'.l throat ami lron-
rhial a fir. 't Ions Krkmah'.s Alterative
lias Nllllll'll this 11't'll.
It iloi's not roiitain opiates nar-
cotirs in- It it lilt f hi in I li ilmuH. s 1 1 It
is safe to try. Your ilruuist has it
or will orili-r it. or yon ran n -t it
ftoin lis ilii-i'i t.
lakmnn l.nlionitor) I'hllnilrtiihln.
FROM DUNCAN BANNER.
School and Citizens Work Road
'the high school was depopulated
v.iii..sl:iv nnd Thursday and the
pupils spent the two days working a
mile of road betcwen Duncan and
Marlow. Many of the citizens of the
town and others living along the
road assisted in the work and some
telling licks were put in. The wom-
en and girls provided the workers
with dinner during the two days.
The mile selected for demonstra-
tion purposes is the worst stretch
of road leading into the city. Under
tin' supervision of competent road
builders it has now been put to
grade the proper drainage provided
and the bed put in shape for drag-
ging. A liberal use of the drag from
now until prize awarding time will
make it one of the best roads in the
Those participating in the work
are very enthusiastic over the suc-
cess of their efforts and they have
a right to be proud of their work.
Cornish. Okla. is now a town ou
wheels and is being moved one mile
north to the new oil town Uingling.
The town of Cornish has existed for
several decades and until the King-
ling road was built west from Ard-
more was an "inland town." With
the development of the Healdton oil
fields the town of Ringling was laid
out on the Ringling road one mile
north of Cornish. The town of Cor
nlsh was unable to compete with the
new town and t'oniisli merchants
decided tr. move their stores and
dwelling houses to Uingling. Within
a short time the town or Cornish
will be but a memory.
New Steam Laundry.
F. 10. Sampson returned from Dal-
las Saturday night where he c'ustd
n deal for a fuM equipment fa a
steam 1-iunil.y wh.ch he will etect
in this f :. Tbe laundry work on
which will begin Inv it ('.lately will
he located in the r.nipp' I-: '(.'..ng or
West. Main s'reet and it is hoped
to have It in iu:.i;mg order in about
FROM COMANCHE AMERICAN.
Drilling operations at the Amos
DUDLEY 2i inches
NORMAN 2'i inches
2 for 23 rH.
HnrM. Pehnffj S (V. 1fr. Mcir
Goods hauled any-
where. Prompt and
careful attention giv-
en to ei'ery order
STORAGE fr units wonitD
Kal-ril Corn-pin in Every Nirrl Um
"GETS-ITi" ll "GoU" Evf r Com
Surely. Quickly t
you especially if you have tried
everything else for corns. Two drops
applied in a few seconds that's all.
The corn shrivels then comes right
off painlessly without fussing or
trouble. If you have ever made a
fat bundle out of your toe with ban-
dages; used thick corn-pressing cot
ton-rings; corn-pulling salves; corn
teasing plasters well you'll appre
ciate the difference when you use
"CI0TS-1T." Your corn-agony will
vanish. Cutting and gouging with
knives razors files and scissors and
the danger of blood-poison are done
away with. Try "CRTS-IT" tonight
for any corn callous wart or bun-
ion. Never fails.
"CKTS-IT" is sold by druggists
everywhere 2re a bottle or sent di-
rect by R. Lawrence & Co. Chicago.
Healdton Okla. Mur. 1. February
left us cold and wet. March comes
in the same.
Farm work Is at a standstill. Some
oats yet to be sown.
Itoads aro in bad shape and but
few are passing.
A new rig Is going up near us on
section 11; we heur ot some more
wild cat wells going to be blurted.
W. H. Ingram of Oklahoma City
was in our town last week.
Dr. Smith has two children quite
A little one of Mr. Gibson was buried
here last week.
We hear of a few cases ot sickness
Mr. Wagoner and Mr. Ay res of
Uingling were hero Saturday after
noon visiting the masonic lodge.
C. A. Culberson is on our streets.
We hear nothing of the well iu see
Hon 7 now it Is hard to say what it
Sort 'o Fagged Out
from the strain of business? You nerd a rest
and change of scenery. Well here it is and
you never made a better buy.
What $75.00 Will Do
Any rail line you like to New York or New
Orleans thence a 20(10 mile ocean voyage with
berth and meals included to New Orleans or
New York on one of the magnificent
Southern Pacific Steamships
Your choice of rail lines home. Doesn't that sound
prettygood? One-way fare to NewYork"i New
Orleans and Southern Pacific Steamships??.
If you want more information write to
C.T.ColMt. G. A.
1:00 Colcord Bids. OkUhomt City Okla.
A good treatment for a cold settled
in the lungs is n HKItltlCK'S It ED
I'KPJ'F.lt I'OIIOUS PLASTER applied
to the chest to draw out inflamnia
tion and HAZARD'S HORFIIOUND
SYRUP to relax tightness. You get
the two remedies for the price of one
by buying the dollar size lloreliound
Syrup; there is a porous plaster free
with each bottle. Sold by lloinar
well south of town were suspended
last Friday for lack of fuel oil.
W'e are informed that the company
received a car of oil yesterday and
we presume drilling will start again
Jess J. the 1 3-months-old child of
Mr. and Mrs. Ixigan How-man. died
at the family home southwest of town
last Thursday Feb. 18. The remains
were laid to rest in the Comanche
cemetery the following day. Rev.
Richardson conducted the funeral
William F. Davidson living four
miles south nnd one mile west of
town died last Thursday of conges-
tion of the brain after an illness
of only four days. He leaves a
wife and seven children to mourn
his loss. Me was 3" year? of ne
at the time of her death. The re-
mains were interred in the Coman-
che cemetery Friday FeY 10. no.
Hudson conducted the funeral services.
FROM RINGLING NEWS.
Furniture Stock PurchjaJ
A deal was closed T'.teKlay be-
tween the Newman-Htrris company
and A. W. Ilap.n-ons in wIit' the
furniture stock belongir. to the lat-
ter was purchased by Newman 11a.--ris
company. The Ftock was that of
the Mammons i Son linn and 's
located on the lot adjciisns Newman-
Harris company on M i! l street. The
deal also carried wit'i it '.h owner-
ship of the businf lioue and lot
on which the Mt'c 'as 1-VMte.l.
Will Furnish City With Gas.
Kvery deed Tor i lot in Uiiigli;.s
rill now cam- ila.t''.' nroviiirg
teat !:as i 'i 1'- fi.r .ished to pur
chasers within tour months from
tlio present ! n.e Mr. Hamon has
stated to his various friends that he
w.iuid iniit'i diately commence the
w.irk of pii ing g.is from his new well
in section 1.". to Ringing and that
work vvrtild probably be completed
w thin four months.
OUR SATISFIED CUSTOMERS
Arc our best advertisements. Hut we want
more that is the reason we are talking to you
daily in these columns.
OUR SQUARE BUSINESS METHODS
Will make you a steady customer after you deal
with us once. We furnish the home complete
for cash or on easy payments. We give "Golden
W. C. DOWNING
FURNITURE CARPETS LINOLEUM ETC.
218 W. MAIN PHONE 128
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by locnl applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
jness and that is by constitutional
remedies neatness is caused ny an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lln
lug of the Eustachian Tube. When this
tube is inflamed vou have a nun
bling sound or imperfect bearing and
when it Is entirely closed. Deafness
is the result and unless the inflamma
tion can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition bear
ing will be destroyed forever: nine
cases out of ten are caused by Ca
tarrli which is nothing but an In-
flamed condition of the mucous sur-
faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh! that cannot be cured by
Hall s Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo Ohio.
Sold bv Druggists 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for const!
POOLEVILLE SCHOOL NOTES
The most interesting school news
is the organizing on lust Monday of
the Pooleville ball team.
The team chose blue and white as
their colors and Paul Cannon was
elected captain. The other players
are: Sam Oounah catcher; Paul Can-
non pitcher; liunyan Kern first base;
Robert Freeman second base; John
Harris third base; Charles Lunson
short stop; Virgil Harris right field;
Young Harmon center field. Wo are
eagerly expecting an invitation to a
public game In the near future.
On account of the rain the little
play entitled "The Quiet Family" had
to be postponed until Friday evening
next. Immediately after the play a
pie supper will be given for the pur-
pose of buying the necessary equip-
ment for the base ball team.
On Friday afternoon Misses Tlielma
Harris and Marguerite Dennis were
choosers in the spelling and arithme-
tic matches. The honors fell to Mr.
Paul Cannon in arithmetic and Ches-
ter Harris in spelling. In Bpelling
matches in the 5th and 4th grades
Miss Racie Simpson won the prize iu
the 5th and Miss Eula Simpson in the
We regret the absence from school
of Miss Dessie Thomas caused by the
illness ot her mother Mrs. Rena
Thomas. We hope that Mrs. Thomas
w ill speedily recover.
Mr. Henry Harris made a business
trip to Wilson last' week.
Messrs. W. R. Measles and J. G.
Goodman visited Ardmore last week.
Mr. Dennis Pollack of Springer and
Coleman Elmore of Iterwyn were the
guests of Mrs. D. Y. Payne last week.
Mrs. Maulden nnd her two children
Roy and Cliig. are visiting Mrs. E. S.
Poole of Spencer.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy lirady and Mrs.
Eaves visited Ardmore in their car
C. P. HALL
THE NEW AND. SECOND-HAND
PHONE 366 and 520
Makes Flower Boxes of
all kinds. Pedestals and
Screens. Special inside
Mission Finish. Ceilings
and walls decorated with
Beaver Board. Contract-
ors save money by getting
your frames made with us
H. T. HUNT
J. P. McRAE M. D.
Speciul Attention to
Drug Addictions and Nervous Dis-
eases BROMIDE : : : OKLA.
In the last 20 years the per capita
consumption of paper in the United
States has increased about six-fold.
ROSE CROIX HOSPITAL
210-212 E. Main St
For tbe care and treatment ot Medical
Surgical and Obstetric cases.
For Information address either Dr.
Frederick P. von Keller or Dr. James
F. Son at the Hospital. : : : 5
D. Q. JOHNSON D. O. M. 0.
Office Corner Staiey Boulevard
and C Street. S. W.
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MISS McCABE. R. N.
tt Phone 832
FRED V. KINKADE
6pecial Attention to Collection!.
Ardmore : : : Oklahoma
CLEAN COTTON RAGS WANTED
AT THE ARDMOREITE.
Health Promotes Happiness
Without health genuine joy impos
sible; without good digestion and reg-
ular bowel movement you cannot have
health. Why neglect keeping bowels
open and risk being sick and ailing-
Yoii don't have to. Take one small
Dr. King's New Life Pill at night in
the morning you will have a full free
bowel movement and feel much bet
ter. Helps your appetite and diges-
tion. Try one tonight.
A French inventor's parachute can
be guided in falling by pulling cords
to draw in Its sides.
For the Stomach and Liver.
1. N. Stuart West Webster N. Y..
writes "I have used Chamberlain's
Tablets for disorders of the stomach
and liver off and on for the past five
years and it affords me pleasure to
state that I have found them to be just
as represented. They are mild in their
action and the results have been sat
isfactory. I value them highly." For
sale by all dealers.
The addition of a little vinegar to
water in which it is being cooked
will make tough meat tender.
CALL FOR VOTES WHEN TRAD-
ING AT CONTEST STORES. THE
MERCHANTS WANT YOU TO.
Ah! The Invigorating Whiff of The
How it clears the throat and head
ailments. It is this spir
it of Newness nnd Vigor from the
health-giving Piney i-oresis nruusm
back by Dr. Heirs nne-iar-nuNi-..
tiseptie and healing. Buy a bottle to
dav. All Druggists 25c.
A flexible ironing board which
i .-nit..rl for storace in a small
space has been patented.
A pain in the side or back that
..tnhM vou when you straighten up.
rails for a rubbing application of HAL-
LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It re-
laxes the contracted muscles and per-
mits ordinary bodily motion without
suffering or inconvenience. Trice 2.r:c.
Rile ana l.e( ui-t uuic
Liomar Drug Co.
Farm Loans Wanted
Our BURGLAR POLICIES ore
burjllar proof offord perfect
and continuous protection
at small cost.
"Belter be safelhan sorry"
FRALEY & CO.
'The Service Agency"
41 A. St.. N. E. Phone 1041
J. T. COLEMAN
Special nml prompt attention given
to probate and land matters
Office Baird Bldg rooms 2 3 and 4-
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JJ POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS IS
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The following announcements aro
made subject to the democratic prir
maries to be held March 16. 1915:
loose-lilts Biscuit Co. Prodncls
L. V. MULLEN
V. R. ROBERTS
FELIX K. WEST
S. S. TOLSON
FOR CHIEF OF POLICE-
DAVE K. BOOKER
W. II. ROGERS
D. V. BUTCHER
GEORGE V. WHITE
"A. C. BAG BY
J. E. C. ALBRIGHT
W. C. DeWITT
W. S. FRALEY
HENRY T. HUNT.
J. M. HOARD SR.
JOE M. LONDON.
WHEN YOU TRADE AT THE
GOLDEN GATE CONTEST STORES.
BE SURE AND CALL FOR YOUR
DON'T FAIL TO READ THE WANT ADS
"What Makes You so Fat?" I buy My Groceries from
W. F. Abbot
Where you get What you Buy for Less
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