The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 205, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 3, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Thursday June 3 1915.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITK
(IN OUR BABY I
Started Under Chin and On Neck.
Itched and Burned. So Cross and
Fretful Couldn't Sleep. Used Cu-
ticura Soap and Cuticura Oint-
ment. In Four Weeks Well.
II. F. r. No. 1. Millwood. W. Va. "Our
thy ftirl loiik Kkiu tnjulilo when ouo year
Cld. It HlrUd under lur rliiu and on in
link just a few jilmiiliH
"V- and tin " three kimu ruino
i 1 . l.l.-li.r lf.
jm iuik'- s ......
aTIhi survs came In u lillln
(V- rx) pimple red nil around und
I'M M wr" a" '"llaiiinl.
1 LVtI.'.1 lis If Ui' y Hewed ami
V and fretful nmliln't
ll It bliip or do onylliliiK but
rare fop her.
I tried lnlM of things hut alio didn't Ret
any lictter. A neighbor asked why I didn't
try Cullcuru Soup and Mntini iit. Ho I
w nt ami gol on rake of Ciitiiiira Soap ami
a box of ointment. I could w-n it waH
Rilling IicMit. I washed Hi" pluecs with
tin-Cuticura Soap an I put the Olnlmcnt on.
In four weeks she a well." (Sinned) Mrs.
Frances Stover. October lis. Hill.
Sample Each Free by Mail
Willi :(--!'. Skin Uuok on nsiuiwt. Ad-
dress post-card "CilMcum Kept. T lime
loo." bold 'JirouKlioul ttlu wurld.
The mayor ot New York who went
West to fthout bears (lid t succeed
In catching one. 11c ought to go buck
to the Willi Street burg- it ml try lilt
luck nearer hom
Constipation Cured Overnight.
A miiiiII dose of J'o-Do l.ox tonight
and vim enjoy n full free easy Itowel
movement In the morning. No griping
lor Po Do Uix Is Podophyllin (May
Apple) without the gripe. Po-Do-Lax
corrects the cause of Constipation by
arousing tilt' Liver Increasing the flow
of bile. Hile Is Nature's antiseptic I"
the bowels. With the proper n mount
of bile digestion In tho bowels is per-
fect. No gas no fermentation no
Constipation. Don't be sick nervous
Irritable (iet a bottle of Po Do Lax
from your Druggist now mid cure
your Costlpation overnight.
Italy Is going to add to the highly
colored literature of the war by is-
suing a green book.
Teething babies always have a hard
time of It when this process occurs in
hot weather. They not only have to
contend with painful gums but the
stomach is disordered bowels loose
and the body uncomfortable. The
best von can give the little sufferer In
McGlOE'S IIAUV KMX IK. It corrects
sour stomach cooIh and (iiiiots the
bowels and helps digestion. Price 2rc.
and f'Oc per bottle. Sold by llomar
FIRST DOOR WIIT P. t. lEARHEY
IURI IU0IS MER FAITllttl
CaftlON PAPER DAT! IT A IK PI
T. N. COLEMAN dru9.t
fall and see
Try Cur Groceries
GENERAL YOUNG REELECTED
COMMANDER. BIRMINGHAM. AL-
ABAMA SELECTED AS NEXT RE-
UNION CITY. INDORSE WILSON
35 N. CAlo
Kit hmotid Va. Jiiue 1!. General
Dennett H. Voting of Louisville Ky.
was Wednesday re-elected commander
In chief of the United Confederate vet-
erans in mutual reunion here. Hir-
mlnghain Ala. was selected over Dal-
las as the reunion city for 1916.
llefore the close of the dual business
session the reunion sent the follow-
ing greeting In the form of a unani-
mously adopted resolution to Presi-
dent Wilson :
"The I'nited Confederate; veterans
in twenty-tilth annual reunion assem-
bled at Kiclimond Va send greetings
to Woodrow Wilson president of the
I'nited Slates. A soldiers will) know
only too well the horrors of war and
as citizens of a reunited country we
are glad tit heart that we nave at
Washington a president who strictly
neutral between warring nations will
with wisdom and courage stand for all
regard and respect of tho. honor of
the American flag and a proper ob
servance of the full rights of the hum-
blest American citizen."
The reading of the resolution was
received with tumultuous applause by
the veterans who again cheered the
name of President Wilson when con
gressman Helflin of Alabama declared
that the defenders of lite south had
been 'spared to see a man born In the
southland the son of a confederate
soldier president of the United
Spirited Election Contest.
General Voting was re-elected coin-niuiider-in-ehlef
after a spirited con-
test Ills opponent being (ieneral Kelix
H. Kobertson of Crawford Tex. Prior
to the election the delegates directed
that a message of sympathy be stent
to (ieneral Voting who was kept away
bv Illness and who has returned to his
home In Louisville from Cleveland
Ohio. Adjutant General William E
Mickle sent the following message to
"The convention heard with joy the
announcement of your improved con
dition and directed me to express the
great sympathy felt at your eontine
mcnl. which caused your absence and
the hope of your speedy recovery."
Haiti which fell in torrents through
out the day seriously interfered with
the program of events and aroused
anxiety for hundreds of the aged vet
eians encamped at the fair grounds.
A lire works display and a floral )i
rade were postponed. These will take
place Thursday alter the military pa
rati" and lining of the curnet stone of
a monument to (Ieneral Stonewall
Jackson. At Camp Henry S. Stuart
where "i.nwi veterans are (mattered un
usual precautious were taken. Hun-
dreds were compelled to remain with-
Despite the inclemency of the weath-
er however preparations continue for
the events of the reunion Thursday.
The military parade will he held at
11 o'clock. Tho Virginia militia ar-
rived Wednesday to participate in this
eent. Governor Marcus II. Ilolconib
of Connecticut and the lirsl company
governor's footguard also arrived Wed-
nesday trom New Haven ml will take
part in the iaraile.
Concert by U. S. Band
l.ate Wednesday the I'nited States
hand from l-'orlress Monroe gave a
concert in lienor of Miss Mary Curtis
I daughter of General Robert K.
t.ee. and Mrs. Daisy Mcl.aurin Stev-
ens president of the I'nited Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy. Mrs. Joscphiu
Daniel- wife of the secretary of the
navy arranged the concert.
Several thousand veteran wearers of
the gray assembled early in conven-
tion hall anil cheered for many min-
utes Miss Anne Carter l.cc. grand
daughter of General Robert K. I.ee.
s I.ee. attired in Mack appeared
the plattorm as the sponsor of
south accompanied by Miss Sarah
Norris l.eceh. and Miss O'.lie Ger
jtnnle McUturin. maids of honor and
i chaperoned by Mrs. Mary Kwell Pit-
jiher. j The grand daughter of the fighting
! confederate host was presented to the
I convention by acting conmiar.der -in-I
chief George P. Harrison. As she
i bowed to the survivors of the south'
(defenders there was a deafening out
: hurt of applause t'.ie incident kind-
ling enthusiasm for the old confeder-
acy which culminated in repeated reb-
el yells when General I.ee was pro-
nounced by General .lulian S. 1'arr of
North Carolina as "the world's great-
Lee Day at Convention
j It was Lee day at the convention.
flrf I 3l List s. I
111 tSfip I
" STAR Good For One-Better for Two
Men Who Chew Are Men Who DO
rpHF fnrmprc on whom SO much of
1M. M. aV- M W A w- ' ' .
America's success depends are almost
HTVinf vr-rtion tohnrrn rhewers. And more
farmers use STAR tobacco than use any other brand.
It sneaks pretty well for STAR that men who know tobacco many of them being
tobacco raisers prefer mellow STAR Tobacco m the thick tasty plug.
Imagine a ripe orange in a thin skin. That's just like a plug of STAR-so full of ripe
goocd "chew" that it can't dry out made clean and kept that way.
And don't confuse STAR with any of those 14 or 15 ounce
. a" vcK rJn.r rt STAR wettrhs 16 ounces. Ask the
dealer to let you see the revenue stamp on the box. hat will tell
the story of honest weight
!a th nation-wide demand for STAR that a
year's output of sixteen ounce STAR plugs is equal in
weight to 416666 bushels of wneat.
LEADING BRAND OF THE WORLD
.immmti. cuts .
Ieneral Carr following reports by sev-
ral committees brought the veterans
epeatedly to their feet with a eulogy
of the Confederacy.
"Not so long ago." said General Carr.
'then' were many at the north to deem
is traitors and southern treason' was
the campaign cry of those who march-
d under the folds of tile 'bloody shirt.'
A'e are yet stigmatized as rebels by
untie of our loyal compatriots. To the
atter epithet the south has no very
"Ti clinically the tirt of this import
ant trio. William the Silent. Alfred the
Great and George Washington was a
rebel. Actually and legally the last
two were rebels ami the lat named
greatest and grandest of the lot was
t southerner and a slaveholder.
"The confederate soldier is perfect-
ly willing to accept tie association
During one week we will give
one LT'C box of high grade toilet
Soap with each J.1.00 cash order.
Come In or phone us and inves-
tigate this proposition.
BRYAN & AGEE
PAY CASH BUY CHEAPER
with these demigods and cordially
adopts the classification and we do
it with more pride and alacrity when
we reinforce them and incalculably
their glory by adding to their num-
ber the Miltiades of the nineteenth
century the world's greatest hero
lioliert 10. Lee whom the south to re-
motest generations will ever esteem
the noblest personality mentioned in
till profane history."
Only Living Major General
Wearers of the gray were again
brought to their feet in tumultuous
applause by General 10. M. Law of Flor-
ida the only living major general of
the confederacy. General Law address-
ed his comrades briefly voicing the
pride that he was "the ranking ollicer
of the confederate army."
The convention approved of a com-
mittee appointed ul the last conven-
tion to award credit for designing the
stars and bars flag of the confedera-
cy. Credit for its origin was given
to Major Orren Randolph Smith of I
Louisburg. X. C thus settling a con-
troversy of many years' standing. Ap-
proval was given also to a report on I
of Virginia military institute who will
participate in the parade Thursday
enlivened the somber day. A floral
schedule for Wednesday was postpon-
ed until Thursday.
At the convention of the I'nited
Sons of Confederate Veterans Jen-
nings P.ramlon of Little Rook Ark.
was elected coinmiinder to succeed
Seymour Stuart of St. Louis.
A Doctor's Prescription for Cough
An Effective Cough Treatment.
One-fourth to one tcnspoonful of Dr.
King's Xew Discovery taken as need-
ed will soothe iind check Coughs
Colds and the more dangerous I'.ron-
cliial and Lung Ailments. Von can't
afford to take the risk of serious ill-
ness when so cheap anil simple a
remedy as Dr. King's Xev Discovery
is obtainable. Go to your Druggist
todav. get a bottle of Dr. King's Xew
(Discovery start the treatment at once.
You will be gratified for the relief and
When you have a bilious attack
your liver fails to perform its func-
tions. You become constipated. The
food you eat ferments in your stom-
ach instead of digesting. This in-
flames the stomach and causes nau-
sea vomiting and a terrible headache.
Take Chamberlain's Tablets. They
will tone up your liver clonn out your
stomach and you will soon bo as well
as ever. They only cost a quarter.
A bargain every day in want ads.
7 THE 7
. PAINT QUESTI ON
There's a Difference
Men Muterlal & Methods
Let us show you
ArrJmorc Vail .Paper Paint S Glass fo.
i 24 W. Main Phone 849
the confederate memorial institute.
known as the Battle Abbey. The in
stitute just opened here embraces a
collection of permanent memorials of
the civil war.
At Camp Stuart Wednesday occur-
red the first tragedy of the reunion
when W. A. Hampton of Appomatox.
Va. dropped dead of apoplexy. Hamp-
ton was a federal veteran a guest of
Appomatox camp of confederate vet-
erans. He was stricken at breakfast
and died soon afterward in the camp
hospital. Inclemenry of the weather
forced hundreds of the older veterans
to remain in the camp under care of
physicians and more than a score are
being cared for in the camp hospital.
Despite the rain. Richmond's streets
resounded with martial music through-
out the day. The arrival cf 3000
troops of the state militia and cadets
Just Received at Downing?s
Complete line of Loyd's Princess Baby Cartages and Carts
Complete Line of KIRSH'S CURTAIN RODS single and double. lw
HOLD-HACKS for window draperies new style PORTIERE POLE3.
guaranteed not to rust tarnish or chip. Nice line of CURTAINS and
PORTIERS also CURTAIN GOODS and DRAPERIES. In connection
with above we are just unloading a car of FURNITURE. This makes
our stock complete and it Is all marked at Downing's "live and let
live" prices which have become so familiar to the ladles of Ardmore
and surrounding country and remember we sell for cash or easy pay-
ments; we exchange new good's for old. repair crate and ship; we
want your business. If it is in the furniture line and remember we
set the pace when it comes to price and quality.
SEEING IS BELIEVING WON'T YOU COME?
W. C. DOWNING
FURNITURE CARPETS LINOLEUM ETC.
218 W. MAIN PHONE 128
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 205, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 3, 1915, newspaper, June 3, 1915; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc154240/m1/2/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.