The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 233, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 7, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore Wednesday July 7 1915.
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BIDNKY Si;iGS I'redlclent
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THE OFFICIAL PAPER
Of Carter County and the City of
U It Is In The AnJmureite. It ta legal
Entered at the I'uHtufllre at Ardmore a
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
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Any crroneoiiH reflation on the churao
far slan.liiiK -r reputiitinn of nny femon
nrrn or mi (.oration whi h may iippou- Ir
the rulumim of The Ardmoreite will b
gladly corrected ii.n Hit heinK hrougn
to the attention l'1B manaenienL
business Mgr's Office 538
City Editor's Office 5
City Circulator 637
did age generally without anything.
The man who la on a cash basis can
always look the world squarely In the
fate. What he has Is his.
This pay-up week lias proven to be
very popular. It lias helped many j
men to get on a cash basis. It Is be- i
lug adopted now everywhere. Not
only the little towns but the larger j
cities are adopting it.
The government pays as It goeH
the railways pay as they go nearly j
all successful men everywhere pay as
The credit system Invites despair
and defeat. It puts more feet into the
in I re in the slough of despond than
any other popular fad tin? American
people have ever Indulged in. It be-
gets a false pride. It is the mother
of spendthrift habits. It is the father
of worry and worry begets failure and
breaks down health and destroys happiness.
THE CASH WAY
THE SAXE WAY
College is giver prominence. Its new
relation to the citizenship of the statu
through Its extension work is em
phasized as well as the work ot the
students through their county club
organizations in interesting their
friends at home in the practical edu
cation that is to be obtained at the
federal government and the state's
Ardmore Wednesday July 7 1915.
JULY 7 IN HISTORY
INAUGURATE "PAY-UP" WEEK
Some little town In Nebraska re-
cently Inaugurated what It called
"pay-up week." A campaign of urg-
ing every man in the town to pay up
his bills wn made for several days
prior to the t'liic when the cash week
Hhould start. Reports of merchants
and of otllci.ils say that the people
generally made response to the oli-
ject of the campaign.
Suppose every man who owes you
anything would walk up to you and
with a smile on his face say "here
pard Is your money." Suppose all
these fellows would come in one day
and do a thing like that. The world
would wear a broad smile wolidn't
It? You could step over the next day
and pay every fellow to whom you
owe a penny and have left In the
bank enough money to start in on a
That plcluru outlines uhout what
would be the result all the time If
every man adopted the cash system
Hiid stuck to It every (lav of the year.
Did you ever think of the time man-
kind uses every day Just to earn bis
meat and bread. We worry fret and
stow all our lives and come down to
IS British and Russian armies
1fiX2-:eneral Michael ShohelofV the
Russian hero of I'lcvna died
Horn in IS 13.
lVis President McKinley signed the
bill for the annexation ot Ha-
waii to the United States.
IWlS King Hoot and Queen Alexan-
dra open d the new university
building V Leeds.
EVERYONE SHOULD READ
Whenever You need a General Tonic
Tht Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
eliil' Tonic is equally viluable as a
UciK-rul Tonic because it '-ontuins the
u 11 known tonic proper! iesof (jUiNIN'l-.
ful IRON. It nets on the Liver Drive?
mt Malaria Knriches the Wood n:'i
'tii i H.i uo the Wh ile Svst-m. 50 cents
Thompson Vay Not Recover.
Muskogee Okla. July 0. A.
Thompson who was shot in the ab-
domen Monday at Okmulgee was
operated on in a Muskogee hospital
Tuesday in an effort to locate the
bullet. Although an x-ray examina-
tion of the woet.d was made the bul-
let could not be located nnd intend-
ing physicians say that he has but
slight chances for recovery. Thomp-
son was shot when n rillc in tin?
hands of Don Aiken was accidentally
When baby cries.
Rive It rierry'o Pies.
The Biennial Report of State Board
of Agricul'.ure Now Issued.
Stillwater Okla. July C "AH over
Oklahoma there will be girls like the
one at Ardmore who cultivated an
irrigated garden of one-tenth acre last
summer from which she sold $20(1
worth of tomatoes peppers and egg
plant at a net profit of $184. Her
younger sister is also a gardener who
sold $1H0 vvort'i of vegetables." Thus
Frederick S. Uarde the noted author
and newspaper man tell the story of
progressive agriculture in Oklahoma
In the biennial report of the Oklahoma
state board of agriculture.
Three thousard copies were origi
nally printed. Due to the reputation
gained by Mr. I'nrde in compiling the
report of the Mate game and fisli
warden's report it was deemed ad
visnble to print 2JI00 more. This re
port tini(iie in that it is readable.
It is devoid of tables of statistics
yet is full of valuable information
told in a narrative style. It is replete
with illustrations showing the ad-
vance along agricultural lines.
The constructive work of the Okla
hotna Agriculti ral and Mechanical
stops the bair from falling out
Ringer Drug Co.
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w ness of OMAR permit all-day-long enjoyment for -
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f I store of fragrant Turkish leaf to OMAR. The mellow- E ;
est tobaccos from our own sunny Southland give life e ;tl
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m ties of Turkish and blended cigarettes are united in
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ORDINANCE NO. 189.
AN OIIHXAN'-E REPEALING SEC
TIONS 430 437 43S 439 440 AND
411 OF REVISED ORDINANCES
OP THE CITY OF ARDMORE AS
t'LPUSIIED AND ENACTING
AN ORDINANCE DEFINING DIS
ORDERLY coxnrcT and dis-
Tl'RItlNG THE PEACE AND MAK
ING ONE GP1LTY OF VIOLATING
THE TERM? THEREOF GL'ILTY
OF AN OFFENSE PROVIDING A
PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION
' THEREOF AND DECLARING AN
Section 1. If any person or persons
shall be found drunk in any public
place in said city noisy or quarrel-
some or shall use profane or Inde-
cent language in public or any person
or persons who Khali willfully and
maliciously disturb either by day or
night the peace and quiet of the
City of Ardmorn neighborhold or fam-
ily therein by loud or unusua1 lan-
guage either ae'dvessed to the parties
so disturbed or tome other person or
by threatening to fight or by fighting
or shooting off any lirearnx or brnn-
dishiifc same oi by running any
horse at unusral speed along any
street or alley rr by falsely alarming
any person" or persons by cries that
cause such person or persons to be-
lieve someone in great danger of los-
ing life or reee'"ing injury or any
person who shn'1 go to the domicile
or place of abooe of another or who
being in tha rl-nniell or olaca of
abode of another shall titter profane
vulgar obscene or abusive language
or be guilty of nny disorderly conduct
shall bo deemed a disturber of the
peace and shaP be guilty of a mis- I
Section 2. Any person violating any
of the provisions of the above sec-
tion shall be fined in any sum not ex-ct-eding
one hundred dollars ($100.00)
or sentenced to thirty (30) days in
jail or by both such fine and impris-
Section 3. S.-etions 43fi 437 43S
431). 410 and )41 of Revised Ordi-
nances of the City of Ardmore. and
all ordinances and parts of ordinances
in conflict he"vith are hereby re-
pealed. Section 4. For the immediate pres-
eration of the public peace health
and safety an emergency is hereby
declared to exist by reason of which
this ordinance .a to take effect im
mediately upon its passage approval
Passed this fi'h day of July IMS
G. H. PRUCE City Clerk.
( First publislu d the 7th day oT July
No Advertisement tor thui Column Amounting to Leaf Than One
Dollar will be Accepted Unleif the Caih Accompanies the Ad. Ada
A (hit Amount to Out Dollar will b Cb ired to Any ReiponiMe Penon. 4
FIRST CLASS board and room at new
brick corner First and Mill. 30-lm
I SELL AND RENT TYPEWRITERS.
G. P. Selvidge. 16 W. Main. Phone 230
FOR RENT Modern S-room house
on car line. Apply to J. C. King. 1-tf
FOR RENT Six-room modern bun-
galow close in. Phone 102i. 4-3
ROOM AND HOARD in private fami-
ly; reasonable price. Close in on
Fourth Ave. N. W. Phone 919. 6-3
FOR RENT Furnished rooms In
new house close In. Phone 10GC.
FOR RENT 4-;oom house all mod-
ern convenitEces close in. See
L. V. Cruce. 4-3
FURNISHED 4-ROO.M cottage also
housekeeping rooms. 15 Fourth ave-
nue N. W. Phone red 491. 2-1 m
FOR SALE Nice Jersey milch cow
fresh. Dick Hignight. Phone gren
447. 6 3
GO-CARTS refrigerators and some-
thing else at cost on payments.
C. P. Hall. 4-3
FOR SALE 'Refrigerator ice boxes
and showcases cheap. Phone 359.
FOR SALE Standard Uig and 12-
Inth casing. Apply V. F. Wbittlng-
ton or J. II. Kahn. 23-lm
?."0 OF S. & M. $50 OF GLEN WOOD-
First check for fiiO gets th's $100
worth of oil stock. Ilox 133 Pauls
Valley Okla. 2-6
FOR RENT Six-room
West Main g.reet. A.
FOR RENT Furnished room close
In on North Washington street.
Phone '841. 25tf
FOR RENT First class furnished
rooms tor particular people. 222
N. Washington. 13f
BUCK'S GAy RANGE Best of re-
frigerators art squares rockers
beds dressers for less. L. D. Ma-
FOR SALE 1 2 or 3 of the best
lots on the best street in southwest
Ardmore. Part cash part time.
Wm. G. Davisson office over post
FOR RENT Modern five-room house.
D street northwest J. P. Spragins.
FOR RENT Large well furnished
light housekeeping rooms. Reason-
able.. 514 First Ave. S. W. Phone
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
southeast rooms modern conveni-
ences close in. Phone 118-L or
call at 209 Firt Ave. S. W. 4-3
FOR RENT Three furnished south-
east light housekeeping rooms
modern. Mr. Will Roberts G02
West Main. Phone 11G. 21tf
ORDINANCE NO. 188.
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING
THE DRIVING OF AUTOMOBILES
IN THE CITY OF ARDMORE OK
LAHOMA PROVIDING A PENAL
TY FOR Til'" VIOLATION THERE-
OF AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
BE IT ORDAINED I1Y THE BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE
CITY OF ARDMORE:
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for
any person under the age of sixteen
(1G) years to le In charge of as
driver or to drive an automobile on
any of the streets of the City of Ard-
more unless l.f. or she shall have
first procured a permit from tho may-
or or chief of police said permit may
be recalled at nny time the mayor or
chief of police may elect and verbal
notice shall bf. sufficient notice of
the revoking o said permit.
Section 2. Anyone violating any of
the provisions of the above ordinance
shall be subject to a fine ot not ex-
ceeding one hu.inred dollars ($100.00)
or by Imprisonment 'n the city jail
not to exceed thirty (30) days or by
both Bu-'h fine or Imprisonment.
Section 3. For tho preservation of
the public peace health and safety
an emergency 's hereby declared to
exist by reason of which thi3 ordi-
nance shall be in full force and ef-
fect upon its p?ssage approval .nnd
publication as required by law.
Pased this the 6th day of July
I'M 5. VAI. MULLEN.
G. II. BRUCE City Clerk.
(First published the 7th day of
A Medtcmal Cheat for 25c.
In this chest you have an excellent
remedy for Toothache Drulses
Sprains Stiff Neck Backache Neu-
ralgia Rheumatism and for most
emergencies. One 25c. bottle of
Sloan's Liniment does it all this be-
cause these ailments are symptoms
not diseases and are caused by con-
gestion and Inflammation. If you
doubt ask those who use Slottn's Lint-
mer.t. or better still buy a 25c. bottle
and prove it. All Druggists.
FOR RENT Seven-room house 409
A street N. W. newly painted and
papered; suitable lor two families.
J. W. Harreld. 22tf
FOR RENT All or part of 6-room
furnished house. Modern conven-
iences. Corner D St. and Stanley
Blvd. S. W. Phone blue 628. 6tf
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms
with south sleeping porch; alto
squth bedroom. Phone 750. Wash-
ington Apartments. 31tf
FOR SALE Home at 835 G St. N. W.
Lot 250 by 500 feet. House of ten
roms modern; also house and lot
303 G St. N. E.; 7 room modern
house lot 130x145 feet. M. II. Wil-
liams. Phone 5G3. 27-tf
FOR SALE 3 - room house lot
79x310 water gas electricity good
barn fences electric lights in
barn cheap for cash or will take
part cash and balance in annual
or monthly payments. Located
on C street southeast in grove of
native oaks. O. R. Britton. 4-3
FOR SALE 10- ere tract of land just
outside city limits east on new
gravel road ta Chickasaw lake. Has
good everlastir.g spring water. Could
irrigate most of 10 acres at small
expense. Btv. proposition in coun-
ty for truck and chicken ranch.
Price $800. Liberal terms on part.
Address 10 cate Ardmoreite. 7tf
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Somewhere in Third WartL
frill pin. Finder return to this of-
PARTY who picked up two keys in
front of Gem Cafe July 4 will please
leave same at Ardmoreite office. 6-3
LOST A white woolly dog answers
to name "Ikey." Finder please
communicate with Mary Markey.
Phone green-55S. 7-3
MY FINE JERSEY BULL will maxe
season at my barn on West Main
street. Will call for cows. Phone
blue-530. Will Cardwell. 4-ln
SEE E. E. GUILLOT Bargains In
real estate. Loans In the Georgia
State. Insurance in the best of
companies. No. 9 N. Washington
or phone 832-L. 15-lm
FARM LOANS Plenty or money at
low rates. W. B. Frame. 6-1 m
PLENTY OF MONEY To buy or
build. O. M. Redfleld Loans and
Real Estate. P. O. Bldg. . 1-lm
STENOGRAPHER WANTED for a
week or ten days. Lady preferred.
Must write a good hand also oper-
ate typewriter. Either call or
phone Hill Sanitaricm West Main
WANTED 1000 men to let me write
their fire cyclone and auto insur-
ance. T. C Bridgman. 26-1 m
WANTED To d your building loan
you money ou long time and ow
interest free plans and specifica-
tions. W. D. Taliaferro Contractor.
WANTED TO BUY At once 50O
pairs of men's old shoes at Dixon's
the quick repair man. While you
wait. 9 B St.. N. W. 13-lm
ESTIMATE OF EXPENSES OF THE CITY OF ARDMORE.
To the Excise Board of Carter County Oklahoma:
We hand you herewith a report of the estimated expenses necessary
for the City of Ardmore for the fiscal year ending June 30th 1916:
Contingent Fund $
Street & Bridge Fund
rtnlance come from other
on hand Sourcen than
5500.00 5 500.00
TOTAL $ 170.81 $8850.00 $9020.81 $47963.81 $38943.00
Interest and Sinking
Fund $3964.05 $ 240.00 $ 4204.05 $40134.05 $35930.00-
Cemetery Fund 600.00 600.00 3600.00 3000.0
.$3964.05 $ 840.00 $ 4.804.05 $43734.05 $38930.00
We Val Mullen. Mayor and G. H. Bruce. City Clerk of the City of
of Ardmore In Carter County State of Oklahoma do hereby certify
that the above and foregoing estimates are correct and necessary and were
made by the Mayor and Board of Commissioners at a meeting held on the
first Tuesday In July 1915 which was the 6th day of July 1915.
Witness our hands and seal this 6th day of July 1915.
G. H. BRUCE
(Published July 7. S. 9. and 11. 19 jr.)
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 233, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 7, 1915, newspaper, July 7, 1915; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc154268/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.