The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 233, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 7, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday July 7 1915.
THE DAILY ARDM03EITK
ICE COLD WATERMELONS
A full line of nice ripe fruits and fresh
vegetables received daily. :-: Plenty of
frying chickens fresh eggs and good
butter. Telephones 134 and 174
M. T. FELKER & SON :
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Application forms and full infor-
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of lli! examlnillori can In; secured
fiom lli; ioh l ruHHt r al Hewitt or
from the I'nitcd Wales " I v 1 1 K'r-
vice ''omnilMMlori Washington I). ('.
Applications slioiilil Ii" properly ex-
ecuted ii lid filed wllli l In- commi.-Mion
n :i n t: :: it n u tt u it n u t
W. A. PRIMS CO.
cull un for all klri'ln of
Tinwork Hot Air Furnacel
110 Broadway Phone 388
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And Our Methods "Square"
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All giiml In all
parts nf the fit y
iti'li vitimI inn I put
up or ilow n Free!
The new and Second Hand Home
Outfitter. New Goods exchanged
for any old thing. Weekly or
Monthly Payments. Rent and
We will nnt tie uii.lersnld. No trade no Imrm. We kill high prices
and we buy Ji nk of all kln.N If you are over 21 yeurs old.
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Norveil M:ts I.ee
Kui'il'.aii Mr. Mitt tic
I nd'-i ood Myrtle
Ward. Mr. A M.
I'.oim- Id tv.'-'. J. V.
(fond W. K.
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( 'iinriinliiim 'I. M.
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Itylinrn It. 8.
SparliK Jim C.
Tlioiran T. A.
Iioliin hiiril wurk In a li'-nt or elixir"
Int pohllion pills li Hlltrli in I!m biiitk
tlul Im piilnful. If thi iiiiiHt:li littve
liiToini- nl ralni'.l yon can'l -t rid )f
ll without In'lp. Tin iTi'iit pini--l
ml I iik power of ItAI.I.AItD'S N(;W
MMMKNT will mipeiil to yoi n o' '.
Htninuly ttt bih'Ii tlmi'H liccinni! It In
llie very tliltiK you need. I'rl'in 'jr.c
.'.lie mil in) p'T liottle. Sold by Ito-
nuir lriiK Co.
Wi. li ne jn t h i i lvi d a i r nf
E.igle fii.ind Cine Suy.vr which Is
I In' In -1 siHMi' un tin' Mint ki't. We
li.ivr 1 1 ::nlis vvbii'li we in.' M'll-liu-
nl J'l I..". I" I I'"1 poiinil sin l lit
Un- i -. We vv ill lint .l. llvi r lit
tlilll .l !. i'. We lll'il ilM' l-"i H'-4-I'm-
J I mi. W e iilsn liiivi1 a large
. ! n miiiy i.l' tinil j.iis. nililii is and
. iiihI i.iti sui' vim iniitii'V.
n I 1 1 im; Mii'.-ir. Insist mi get-
liu K.mli' Hi iiml. vvllli n pl'-
l the Kuril- on llie suck then
have the li.-'-t.
SIAR CASH GROCERY
M.vm Big House
Third and Caddo
Drani'h House 17
Cadd". : Itrlrk
Storage 11 nilfr
Sugar fi 85 Sugar
SO ESQ TO SAVING. IF YOU ONCEj ONE-TERM PLANK . N BALTIMORE
GET THE HASIT MANY THINGS; PLATFORM IS NOT EXPECTED
YOU CAN REALLY DO WITH-! TO HAVE WEIGHT NO WIL-
GLT. I SON-BRYAN EREAK.
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X u r. i -.
.-'-i for -. ai
i!r.- Arthur V
foi:o :r. -; : no- a r e' e of
f'j an 1'tija; r.on-. f.-rs
:.-.- a:or.e t.r.t' :i'.-t.t:ois
I" a- ii.1-!! I do fi:'-i -'i h..p;iy
d Mr-.. f'o:::ri. a.i ki'
d o r
if. sr a.
V'.ur :i-o a chair in Mrit. Wb t-
i ;.ar!or. "I've jut b'-en down
i-hoi rii I h'o;i;ed at the
ar.d d'-po-itd r.y roo.ith'ii pav-
I had ten dollar to inW.t."
d'-e!ar-" ex(ia:roed iirs. U'hit-
h. "I don't i.-e hriv you do it.
husband d'e.-n't t'ive you a cent
jr. ore than rn.ne ; w-.- r;.". there aren't
any e-a .n your famiiy and you
.-.eer:; to have junt as many thint'?. ah
! ''.'i. Uut a h lo- ri.y saving- Why we
in: aiway way if bind on Korne bill
or other. How in the world do you
"".'.':; yoa 8--e" said Mm. Collins
modi-Ktiy "rny father and mother
taught me to Kaie when I was a girl.
I began then to put my nickels into i
a little savings rank. Now whenever!
I thin!: of a way of saving I always
put the difference between what II
riiicht have spent and what I do istratior. was a -uccess the president
spend right into my bank. If It's! would and oisghf to be renominated
only five cents in it goes and if it's If it as not scccessful then it would
two dollars I ma'i.e myself put that i be useless for any democrat to at-
in. too." j tempt the race Throughout the
"Hut. w here do you save?" asked j country democrats buve accepted this
"Oh" answered Mrs. Collins "I'm
always on the watch for ch'tnees.
That's part of the secret. Just the
oth"r morning it struck me for the
firs; time f:t range to say that b'reak-
faft cereal might be cheaper by the
half dozen. Th-re is only fhe cents
difference when you buy six boxes
but then you save the bother of
ordering the six separately.
"I iry to make my household ex-
penses for each month come within
a certain limit too and if at the end
of the month I have spent less than
I expected the sum saved goes Into
my hank. I buv some cheap cuts of
meat; fur lnstiii.ee a brisket of beef
to boll and pre.-: or pot roasts. You
can make ever so many good soups
on' of the scraps too and John is
ever so fond of soup. I make cream
soups out of miik and the water in
which vegetables are boiled. I dry
evetnbles too. Do yon know that
dried celery leaves m.ike almost as
good a soup as the fresh celery It-
self? "I'otatoes and onions and such
things 1 lay m a suppjy of in the
full. We have i good vegetable cel-
lar you Know. This lust year I put
down folly dnzi n eu-gs also. My but-
ler I buy direct from the maker."
"Can yon save iimicIi on your
chillies?' asked Mrs Whil marsli.
I think I save most i hereby going
without things. So often when yon
I think von i-imply must have a new i
"w li.it ynii Iiml you
nh.iig pri tly well vvith-
' need a new suit il's
I'.-i.Iy r.m i-et
j ni.t. If veil lln
n iMHul plan t
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! n- ho In--; '
' h.i eii't ! ? I'-
i buy it in the off
iiv-'s nn' r. 1 1 1 1 v m.'irk-
. I h.v. e tn Ik. d as if I
ihiniier in tii" world
ninthly my inughhors
t pend limre Oil II 1 V
lln ; imike i)i fi'd
U I. M il
"-. bill it
ink fiT 111
. iitiietlifn-j laid by
: ill ute."
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local uptiliCiitlntls as thev
ti ieli the diseased portion nf the ear.
riieie i" only i ne way (o cure le;if-iii'-s
iiinl that Is by constitutional
re me die. Di'ii'iiess is caused by an
llltliitneil enmiitinn nf tin1 lliiu-oiis lin-
ing of the Kustachinn Tube. When
Una tube is liillained you have a
nimbling Found or Imperfect hearing
nnd when It Is entirely closed Heaf-
ness is the result mid unless the In-
Mamma! Ion can lie taken out and this
tube restored to Its normal condition
hearing will lie destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrh which is nothing tint an in-
flamed condition of the mucous sur-
faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of IVafness (caused by
cntarrtil that cannot be cured by
Hall' Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
V. J. C11KNKY A CO . Toledo Ohio.
Sold liv Druggists. 7ic
Tak Hall' Family Pills for con-stipation.
ne T CHBI9
ULI V LdU
'.Va-i.r.ton Jjiy The ;ub:io
; rohahiy wr-t for a j.erior.al ex-
j prr-.'i'.c frorr; W Jf-rninf;? fry an
or. ii." onfr-tifr.-.-j ;i!ar.' of the iJa!::-
I r. ::- cTirLixs htf;re bt'iev:r;2 tha;
i he ir.t'n i-! to r.;;-o-e the renc.iiina-
! :.on of !'r'-.-.d'.-r.t V.'.;. on next year.
I A r'cent ne h;a"-er fctory. up-jr which
the a."--:'Jxpt!bn that Mr.
liryan woul i o;.oo?e the i.res.d-nt's
rer.ornination. 'rioted Mr. liryan a;
" nntAlt.it on th: t plank." Mr. liryan
:s not alleged to have ga:d that he
would oppose V'oodrow Wilson but
f.i .-.aterner.t i4 accepted as carryinz
; 'he inferenc thLit he believed in the
.ritefrri')- of the plac'orrn upon which
V.'oodrow 'i'.-on wan elected. And
he i-arr.e :s fie of the president
!.;:...-'.-:.'. The p:ank in question
"We favor single presidential
term and to tha end urte the adop-
tion of an arne'.drnerit to the consti-
t'.'ion mal z :he r-re.-ident of the
l.'nited H'ates ne:eibie for re-election
ar.d we pl .dse the candidates of
this convention to that principle."
Wilson Will Be Renominated.
Democrats throughout the country
as well as the pnrty leaders long ago
reached the conclusion that President
Wilson would be renominated and
re-elected. Champ Clark who was
the closest rlva'
of the president at
?.sl:ed whether he
would be a candidate for the presi-
dency laid that if the Wilson admin-
I as the program
The reactionary element of the
country plus the element that has
never found good in W . J. I'ryan
has been working the Bryan resigna-
tion overtime in an attempt to show-
there has been a serious break be-
tween liryan and the administration.
It. has been the hope that if the
friends of the Nebraskan who have
followed him in his various campaign
could be made Ir. believe the "serious
break" story i would occasion such
a rumpus that the party solidarity
would be destroyed and bring about
a hoped-for spli1 in litlfl. They have
had visions of the Roosevelt move-
ment on the d mocratic side of the
line. I'nder exiting conditions dem-
ocratic success Is well-nigh a fore-
gone conclusion If the conditions
can he disturbed it would redound
to the opposil'on's benefit. It may
be stated and from a source of au-
thority that the relations between
the administration and Mr. Bryan are
In the early days of the Wilson
administration Mr. I'ryan was quoted
as saying that he was not a candi-
date for the presidency in ifilu and
so far as the inner circle knows
nothing has arisen to alter tha posi-
tion. Kven Mr. Bryan's closest asso-
ciates are uiial li! lo say they ever
heard him relate his attitude upon
tin- one term plank ether than to re-
call his utter;' rices about platform
pledm s generally. In his Harrishurg
spoi l !i in r.ili! Mr. liryan said that
the platform hrv.ikvr was the same
ns an embezzler.
rriibabiy no leading democrat is
closer to the former secretary of
sla'e than S' n.ator John W. Kern ol
Indiana majority leader in the sen-
ate mid Mr. I.ryan's running mate
in the lints ca" paimi. A few days
nun in Wiishim-'ton Senator Kern said
" I there would be no more enthusiastic
I supporter of Prudent Wilson for re-
I nominal ion thar Mr. liryan. Mem-
I hers of the oflicial family do not
view vv;th concert' the report that Mr.
ii.... in.i4 o lake aiiv other
The Ore-Term Plank.
That the one-term plank stands for
what it says is the position of the
1 part-' leade's. A member of t.P! cab-
' Iti.t l.i .1 ui.ituiilri. 1 1m u I !. f t I.. l Im.
luited to the foi mer secretary point-
ed cut that the plank was a iccoin-
niendatinn to congress for the sub-
mission of a constitutional amend
liient and that In the absence of such
action the party could not be held
to a view that would prevent It from
giving an indorsement of Its own
record. In the absence of an affirm-
ative expression from the states this
cabinet member said the rule for re-
noni nation could not im considered
altered. It was contemplated ho dd-
ed. that when the proposition was
I ftifcmitted it would extend the term
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ness and LOSS orsuxf.
iHX CCNTAVR CO.MPAS?;
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
to say six years and in that event
make a president ineligible to hold a
second term. A reasonable interpre-
tation of the Baltimore expression
and one generally accepted among
democrats is that no abbreviation o'
the custom world otherwise be ex-
pected. Tt is understood that such is
to be the explanation if ose is
D. a JOHNSON D. O. M. 0
Otfioe Corner 8Uu Boulevard
and C Street . W.
J. T. COLEMAN
Bpeclal and prompt attention given
to probate and lani matters
Office Baird Bldg room 2 3 and 4
In to be dreir!ed. It leads to teriout
ilment. l ever Inditfcttino Hle
Sick lieadnche Poitoned Syim and
icuro ol ether troubles fallow.
Don't let Constipaf ion lout.
Keep your kidneys. Liver nnd R owe In
bu.ilthy end active. Rid your jtM
of fermented ftnncy tnoai.
Notkinit better tbsin
SA!I Druif!;t 2S cent
SATISFACTION Oft MONTY BACK
Goods hauled any-
where. Prompt and
careful attention giv-
en to every order
SI3KGE WILMS LWQl.UED
and nights can be modified very
economically with Emmerson 5-year guar-
Ws have them In all sizes both oscll-
la'ing and non-oscillating.
Just as well make your selection
the stock Is complete and get the
KENNEBLY SPRAGINS & LEWIS
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
THI CsTTUll CONPtNY. HtW TOBU CITY.
When you feel lazy out of sorts and
yawn a good deal in the daytime you
can charge it to a torpid liver which
has allowed the system to get fit'l of
impurities. HKRBINK cures all dis-
orders produced by an inactive liver.
It strengthens that organ cleanses the
bowels and puts the system in good
healthy condition. Price 5nc. Sold
by Bomar Drug Co.
Cross Electric Shoe Shop
We call for and deliver
8 N YY'ashloi'loa Phone 12S-J
FIRST DOOR WEST P. P. KEARNEY
Light & Power
LIGHT KOlfff HOME IITH ELCCTR1CITY
full year's benefit
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