The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 125, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 2, 1915 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Tuesday March
Afraid of Kidney
In 190S I was taken very sick with
kidney trouble and being afraid I
went to a prominent physician at Lib-
ertyville Iowa. After doctoring for
some time without cure or relief I be-
gan the use of Swamp-Root and found
immediate relief. After using several
bottles which I bought of Jericho's
lirnu store nf Fairfield. Iowa I be
came a well man and can honestlyi
. . 1 I nn. L.Unul
say mat I nave never uuu uj
or a return of any kidney trouble. I
am so jrrateful toward your medicine
that I never hesitate to recommend
it to anyone I know who is suffering
with kidney trouble.
Yours very truly
State of Iowa )
Jefferson County )
Subscribed and sworn to before me
by the said Mace Clinkenbeard and
the signature acknowledged to be gen-
uine by him this 12th day of July 1909.
CHARLES S (.'RAIL
In and for said County and State.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Binghamton N Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.
liinghampton N. Y for a sample size
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also receive a booklet of valuable
information telling about the kidneys
and bladder. When writing be sure
and mention the Ardmore Daily Ard-
inoreite. Regular fifty-cent and one-
dollar size bottles for sale at all drug
The total horsepower represented
by the automobiles of the United
States is 22500000.
Are you Rheumatic? Try Sloan's
If you want quick and real relief
from Rheumatism do what so many
thousand other people are doing
whenever an attack comes on bathe
the sore muscle or joint with Sloan's
Liniment. No need to rub it in just
apply the Liniment'to the surface. It is
wonderfully penetrating. It goes right
to the seat of trouble and draws the
pain almost immediately. Get a bot-
tle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c of any
druggist and have it In the house
against Colds Sore and Swollen
Joins Lumbago Sciatica and like ail-
ments. Your money back if not sat-
isfied but it does give almost instant
For hanging fabrics a safety pin
with a hook on one side has been
To the Housewife
Madam if your husband is like most
men he expects you to look after the
health of yourself and children.
Coughs and colds are the most com-
mon of the minor ailments and are
most likely to lead to serious dis-
eases. A child is much more likely
to contract diphtheria or scarlet fever
when it has a cold. If you will In-
quire into the merits of the various
remedies that are recommended for
nuirlia and rnlfls. vol! will find that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands.
high in the estimation ot people wno
use it. It is prompt and effectual
pleasant and safe to take wltfch are
finalities especially to be desired
when a medicine is intended for chil
dren. For sale by all dealers.
MEET ME AT THE
But in the meantime have your
Shoes Repaired at
WE ISSUE VOTES
"Meet Mc at the Golden Gate"
Good for Ten Votes
Full Cream Edam.
Cream. Swiss Style
Empire Brick Limburger
FRESH VEGETABLES EVERY DAY
Phones 174 134
BOTH ARE OF VAST IMPORTANCE
TO AMERICAN INDUSTRIES AND
ONE IS A PRICELESS MILITARY
Washington March 1. Two discov-
eries botli of vast Importance to
American industries and one regard-
ed also as a priceless military asset
were announced today by Secretary
Lane of the Interior department. They
are chemical processes developed af-
ter years of research by Dr. Waller
F. Rittman chemical engineer of the
bureau of mines.
One is expected to enable oil re-
finers to Increase their output of gaso-
line by 200 per cent; the other makes
possible the production from crude pe
troleum of toluol and benzol bases
for dyes and high explosives for which
in the past the I'nited States and the
rest of the world have depended al-
most exclusively upon Germany.
Dr. Rittman lias applied for patents
upon his processes to prevent the
possibility of any monopoly in their
use and will dedicate them to the
"These processes" said Secretary
Lane today "are fraught with the
utmost importance. The Standard Oil
Company has had a big advance ov-
er the independents in production of
gasoline having a patented process
obtaining three times the amount of
gasoline from a given quantity of pe-
troleum the independents now obtain.
"Independent producers as a whole
PUT CREAM IN NOSE
AND STOP CATARRH
Tells How To Open Clogged Nos-
trils and End Head-Colds.
You feel fine in a few moments. Your
cold in head or catarrh will be gone.
Your clogged nostrils will open. The
air passages of your head will clear
and you can breathe freely. No more
dullness headache; no hawking snuf-
fling mucous discharges or dryness
no struggling for breatli at night.
Tell your druggist you want a small
bottle of Ely's Cream Ralm. Apply a
little of this fragrant antisepthfccream
in your nostrils let it penetrate
through every air passage of the head;
soothe and heal the swollen inflamed
mucous membrane and relief conies
It is just what every cold and ca-
tarrh sufferer needs. Don't stay stuffed
up and miserable.
NnTH'K (K SI I Kill l-'K'S SALE OK I'KR-
SO.NAl. I'lUMMillTV FOH TAXKS
Notice Is hereby given that In pursu-
ance nf a tax warrant issued out of the
oflire of the County Treasurer of Car-
ter County. Oklahoma on the tit li day
of February l!tl.". and directed 'to nie
the undcrsiKiied sheriff commanding me
to lew the amount of one Hundred
Twenty-one and 75-10(1 ($121. V.r.) dollars
on the goods and chattels of the Ard-
more Cold .Storage and sell the same at
public sale or so much thereof to satisfy
said taxes and costs for the year 1IH2.
I have this the lith day of February.
1!i!.-. levied on the following described
1 National cash register 1 iron safe.
(Carey make) 1 pair of scales (Stimson
make). 1 pair of scales (Toledo make).
I roller tup desk 1 storage cabinet show
cases and cutting blocks san.e being the
property of the Ardmore Cold Storage.
1 will on the :trd day of .March lull
between the hours of o'clock a. m. ami
4 o'clock p. in. at the Ardmore Cold
Storage offer for sale and sell to the
highest ami best bidder the above de-
scribed property or so much thereof a-s
will satisfy said taxes.
Witness mv hand this the 20th day of
February. ISIS. lU'CK OAKKHTT.
(Published Feb. 21 2(5 March 2- 1915.)
Salmon Salad (bulk)
Sliced Dried Beef
Sliced Breakfast Bacon
Cheasepeak Bay Oysters
Heinz Sweet Relish
H. T. FELKER & SON
YOU'RE BILIOUS AND
Sick Headache Bad Breath Sour
Stomach Meant Liver and Bowels
Clogged Clean Up Tonight.
liet a 10-oent box now.
Furred Tongue Bad Colds Indiges-
tion Sallow Skin and Miserable
Headaches come from a torpid liver
and- clogged bowels which cause
your stomach to become filled with
undigested food which sours and
ferments like garbage in a swill
barrel. That's the first step to un-
told misery indigestion foul gases
bad breath yellow skin mental
fears everything that is horrible
and nauseating. A Cascaret tonight
will give your constipated bowels
a thorough cleansing and straighten
you out by morning They work
while you sleep a 10-cent box from
your druggist will keep you feeling
good for months. Millions of men
and women take a Cascaret now
and then to Keep their stomach liver
and bowels regulated and never know
a miserable moment. Don't forget
the child their little Insides need
a good gentle cleansing too.
never have been able to even ap-
proach these results.
"Now the federcl government
through the efforts of Dr. Rittman pro-
poses to make free for the use of all
a process confidently expected to In-
crease their yields of gasoline fully 2(10
per cent and perhaps more. Dr. Ritt-
man claims liis process is safer sim-
pler and more economical. These are
economic factors of great Importance.
"With a steadily increasing demand
for gasoline for automobiles motor
bouts and engines this fortunate dis-
covery comes at the proper time. It Is
but two years ago that the automobile
industry fearful lest the supply of
gasoline might not be adequate for
its rapidly expanding business offer-
ed a 11(1000(1 prize for a substitute
that would cost less than gasoline.
"This new process adds to the hope
that in spite of the wonderful growth
in the use of gasoline there may not
be any shortage in the future. 1 am
led to believe it will not only be of
inestimable value to refiners com
manding only limited capital as well
as those of wealth hut also to the
hundreds of thousands of users of gas-
oline. When it is realized the gasoline
industry each year yields $100000-
00(1 to f 150000000 the importance
of this discovery is seen.
Suggests United States Dye Industry
"The second process discovered by
Dr. Rittman may prove of much more
value than the. first in that it sug-
gests the establishment of at industry
in which Germany heretofore lias been
pre-eminent the dye Industry and
also promises indirectly a measure of
national safety of incalculable im-
"Among the necessary ingredients
of high explosives toluol and ben-
zol are in the first rank. Heretofore
these products have been mainly ob-
tained in Germany and England from
coal tar. Explosive manufacturers
have had to depend largely on these
sources. The federal government now
proposes to obtain toluol and benzol
from crude petroleum. These prod-
ucts can be produced from practically
any American petroleum. The supply
can be made sufficient not only for
the entire American trade but also
for other purposes and at a reasonable
"The real comforting tiling howev-
er is that in time of great national
stress if the nation is ever called up-
on to defend itself we will be able to
manufacture the most efficient and
most powerful explosives known in
warfare. Were it not for this discov-
ery it Is possible in such an emer-
gency we might be compelled to rely
largely on greatly inferior explosives
and this would spell national disas-
ter. "Dr. Rittman concludes from his ex-
periments that this process may be-
come more economical than German
methods and it may result in eventu-
ally giving the United States a su-
premacy in the dyestuffs industry
that has for some time belonged to
Germany. It would tend to prevent
disturbance of the great Industries en-
gaged in the manufacture of silks cot-
tons and woolens in such extraordin-
ary times as we are now experienc-
ing." READ THIS.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles dissolves gravel
cures diabetes weak and lame backs
rheumatism and all Irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder In both men
and women. Regulates bladder trou-
bles In children. If not sold by your
druggist will be sent by mall on re-
ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is two
months' treatment and seldom fails
to perfect a cure. Send for. testimon-
ials from this and other states. Dr.
K. W. Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis
Mo. Sold by druggists.
OLD INDIAN LEADER WAS SHOT
DURING UPRISING ON HICKORY
GROUNDS. LIVED TWO YEARS
Muskogee Okla. .March 1. - For
years the whereabout of Crazy Snake
or Cliitto Harjo the old leader of tilt!
Snake clan of the Creek ludians
who fought against the allotment of
land in the Indian Territory lias heeu
a mystery. Since the Snake uprising
in the spring of 1909 when the Snako
Indians killed two deputy sheriffs in
a light at Crazy Snake's home on the
old Hickory Stomp Ground near llen-
ryetta there have been minors of
Crazy Snake with a band of his fol-
lowers in Mexico and in South Amer-
ica. The I'nited States government
brought its sleuths and friendly hi
diaus Into play to try to ascertain
whether the old leader of the malcon-
tents was living or dead. It was
known that he wat wounded during
the light at Hickory Ground by a posse
of officers. They thought they left
him dead beside a rail fence and they
rode away after two of their number
had been killed for reinforcements.
When they returned the body was
It has remained for Charlie II. Drew
a young Creek Indian who ia in
charge of the enrollment records of
the Five Civilized Tribes in the In-
dian office tn Muskogee to clear up
the mystery and give the lirst authen-
tic information as to the movements of
the chief of the Snakes since the
famous "Smoked Meat Rebellion" as
the uprising in 1909 Is called by the
Learn Story in Hills.
Drew returned this week from the
hills in the wilds of the southern part
of the state where he interviewed
Charley Coker a personal bodyguard
of the old chief who litis been "scout-
ing" for six years.
The hones of Crazy Snake accord-
ing to a deposition given to Drew by
Coker lie in an unmarked grave in
the little cemetery of Smithville Ok-
lahoma a town in the very southeast
corner of the state. Chitto Harjo
passed from this life into the happy
hunting ground one morning in March
1911 two years after he was shot
down by the officers at Hickory
Ground. He died as a result of the
gunshot wound in his hip received
during the fight and the last few
months of his life were spent in lied
at the home of Daniel Roberts a Choc-
taw Indian in the town of Smithville.
according to Coker.
Coker told of the events of the
Snake uprising. He said that on the
day of the outbreak he and Cliitto
Harjo and a number of other follow-
ers were holding a conference as to
how to get the government to recog-
nize the treaty of 1S:!L which gave
to the Indians the country in common
"as long as grass grew and water
Warning is Given.
In the middle of their pow wow Sam
llerrod an Indian of Ilenryetta came
to warn Crazy Snake of the approach
of a force of armed men riding to-
ward the house with their guns un-
slung and ready for action. Coker and
Cliitto Harjo then left the house and
the officers fired upon them. Crazy
Snake fell. Coker had also been hit
but when the officers rode over to see
if lie was dead he fired upon them
Coker made his way to the home of
Mollie Jones a sister of Crazy Snake.
The escape of Crazy Snake was simi-
lar. He dragged himself to the home
of Mollie Jones. Through the under-
ground news channels employed by
the Indians he learned the governor
had called out the militia and sol-
diers were hunting for him. He fled
into the Tulledega hills in Mcintosh
county. Where for two weeks lie lived
without food except herbs and the
bark of trees and without medical at-
tention. At one time as he lay In the
brush the soldiers passed within fif-
ty feet of him. He reached Hanna
Okla. where Coker joined him. Crazy
Snake's last days were of intense and
constant suffering Coker said.
Coker still is in hiding but may be
allowed to walk his native country a
freeman as Drew is making an ef-
fort to have the murder charge against
the old Indian dismissed.
Best Treatment for Constipation.
"My daughter used Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation with good re
sults and I can recommend them high-
ly" writes Paul B. Rabin. Brushly
La. for sale by ail dealers..
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Starts Your Liver Without Making
You Sick and Can not
Every druggist in town your drug-
gist and everybody's druggist has not-
ticed a great falliug-off lu the sale of
calomol. They all give the same rea-
son. Hudson's Liver Tone is taking its
"Calomel is dangerous and people
know it w hile Hudson's Liver Tone is
perfectly afo and gives better re
sults" said a prominent local druggist.
Dodson's Liver Tone Is personally
guaranteed by every druggist who
sells It. A large bottle costs 50 cents
and If it fails to give easy relief In
every case of liver sluggishness and
constipation you have only to ask for
your money back.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant-
lasting purely vegetable remedy
harmless to both children and adults.
Take a spoonful at night and wake up
feeling fine; no biliousness sick head-
ache acid stomach or constipated
bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause In-
convenience all the next day like
violent calomel. Take a dose of calo-
mel today and tomorrow you will feel
weak sick and nauseated. Don't lose
a day's work! Take Dodson's Liver
Tone instead and feel fine full of vig-
or and ambition.
There were 1220 accidents caus-
ing 17.1:! deaths In British coal mines
Take HKRBLNE for Indigestion. It
relieves the pain in a few minutes and
forces the fermented matter which
causes the misery into the bowels
where It Is expelled. Price 50c. Sold
by Homar Drug Co.
Meatless sausages composed chief-
ly of rice and wrapped In oiled
paper are made in Java.
Recommeids Chamberlains Cough
"I take pleasure In recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my
customers because I have confidence
In It. I find that they are pleased with
It and call for it when again in need
of such a medicine" writes J. W.
Sexson Montevallo Mo. For sale by
A shirt has been invented with a
neckband adjustable to fit several
sizes of necks.
For hoarseness inflamed lungs or
irritating coughs BALLARD'S HOUK-
HOUND SYRUP Is a healing balm.
It does its work quickly and thorough-
ly. Price 2.1c 5oc and $1.00 per bot-
tle. Sold by Ilomur Drug Co.
Powdered borax sprinkled on a
garbage can or refuse pile will drive
No Use to Try and Wear Out Your
Cold. It Will Wear You Out Instead
Thousands keep on suffering Coughs
and Colds through neglect nnd delay.
Why make yourself an easy prey to
serious ailments and epidemics as the
result of a neglected Cold? Coughs
and Colds and sap your strength and
vitality unless checked In the early
stages. Dr. King's New Discovery is
what you need the fust dose helps.
Your head clears up you breathe free-
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bottle today and start taking at once.
That nation is worthless which does
lot joyfully stake everything on her
HKRBINK cures constipation and
re-establishes regular bowel move-
ments. Price 50c. Sold by Bomar
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The whale's progress through the
water Is limited to ten or twelve miles
Ardraoratta 'Want A an TTI And
MEXICO & PACIFIC
- TIME TABLE NO. 6
2:30 7:00 Ardmore 11:35 :4B
2:35 7:04 .W. Ardmore 11:30 6:40
3:15 7:30 Lone Grove 10:60 6:15
4:05 8:05 Wilson 10:10 6:45
4:45 8:40 Rlngling 9:20 6:10
P.M A.M. A.M. P.M.
Ar. Ar. Lt. Lt.
Western Union Telegraph
W. J. StoneBurner
A. L. Frederick
We Sell Cheap
Staple and Fancy
P. L. MARTIN
Washington St. Phone 391
Poisons in the Soil.
The effects of growing grass over
the roots of fruit and other trees have
been studied for a score of years at
the Woburn experimental farm lu
England. From tho results It is con-
cluded that every growing crop causes
the formation in the soil of a sub-
stance that Is poisonous to other
plants and more so to Itself. This
toxin gradually oxidizes loses Its toxi-
city and increases tho soil's fortuity.
Plants that have been poisoned are
stimulated by tho oxidized sail and
outgrow those that have not come un-
der tho influence of the toxin except
In cases where tho toxic effect has
been so great as to produce perma-
nent stunting. The toxic efTect varies
with tho soli the plant affected and
the vigor of the toxin-yloldlng plant.
It appears that tho toxin is not ex-
creted but is formed from the debris
of the roots.
Have you a house or a room you
wlBh to rent? It will cost but thirty
cents to rent lt try the want ads.
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better than cure. Tutt' I'llli II taken In time
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 125, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 2, 1915, newspaper, March 2, 1915; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc154165/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.