The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 109, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Friday February 11 1916.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
1)P Daily Ardmnrritc
L'ntlcr 1'ririiit Management Since 1M'7
ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING CO.
v. i' sinus ...
JOHN I'. EASLIvY
THE OFFICIAL PAPER
Of Carter County and the City of
If It i
in The AnliiK'M'iti'. H is i.ckiu
i;il.-i.-.l at tin- r..st..i!r.. in Aiilna.io as
hVnaul-f lass -Matter
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
The DjiIv Ardmorelte
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The Weekly Ardmorelte
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A1 am o
Ativ t i onoas i i-l l-'tl'Mi en the ohaiae-
ter. m:nIiik it i ejn.t a I h n el liny person
til Ml er i i .1 1 1 .1 1 1 ii i wliii h rna lipln al- ill
tin- ruliiiiuis nf The Anil i-itc will he
Itlailly ei-i i .1 tel iii'ii lis I.eiiiK brought
In the iiltciiliiui el the iiianaiieineiit.
Business M.inagefs Ofhce.
Clty Editor s Otlice
Ardmore Friday February 11 1916.
O.iell -C 1
The Apple Hotel is l ot a P
i-1 i 1 1 the demand exists.
-- - - (I
The secretary of war lias.
lint the government at
Wasii inj-'t on
I'lood conditions in Arkansas are
like the Ford peace plans they are
I'ncle Sam delivers your parcel post
pui knges to your door. The next step
will lie to inaugurate the service of
gathering up packages.
W'e will never reach the greatness
mi' deserve until the secretary of state
and the secretary of war and of the
navy are trained for that particular
work and are kept In ofllce for many
years. The rotation in office started
liy President Jackson keeps novices
in office. Wo are always training men
and never have men well trained for
the diplomatic service of the country.
TENT CITY PROBABLE
Ardmore people have cause to re-
joice at the progress that is being
made in this city. Many people are
moving here and so many demands
have tii i n made for houses that the
demand cannot lie met nnd it is not
improbable that a tent city will be
established as an addition to the city.
ASK FOR and GET
Cheap substitutes cobt YOU same price.
run PHI keen tin nvi-in In r.rft ..( order.
I IK V ituuKiU' tin tn lti"i ; rr.'UvC
A MGOIKKS H.m.
Ii-mi-.ty fur sli k In iuliu Ii;- ii-n-1 Irntlim.
sica m B Si fh- 1
Vf " s
x an m
I h e dully Increase
In the ii I ii mo f
in liuslnt'ts Im lli
In- i it rtjtl mi til I c nil
ml n nc e I n im U I uti
ii ti r pair n u a e
I ( IIOI S : t.KIH I K
Tlic disastrous tiro that
w iped oat Wirt may occur
at any timo to otlior towns.
Arc you di'tii'iulini; on a
to preserve your records
policies etc.. or some iron
box or wooden desk? ::
THE VICTOR SAFE
costs no more and is jrtiar-
anteed Fire-proof Just
phone us for "free air" on
There in a big demand for sma.l
houses. Laboring people who cannot
jiiiy a high rental. nr here st eking
homes a lid t lits-f pcopl
desi rve to
.. n):liii.. Th. re are ITOS-
Uni ts that as many as a hundred cheap
I homes will In- built in tar city this
spring to take can- uf tin- laborers
wIki arc moving here.
There is a constant construct ion of
hitter home in the choice residence
iseetii'ii.- a'nil this ImililiiiK activity
has lasteil now lor more tliah a year
ami still tile ilemanil for good homes j
has not In en supplied.
While then- is a sharp d'-mami fori
(.'i. oil homes there is a demand for of- !
!lii- rooms. I'eside the new comers
tiie luisihesM's already established are
growing larger and an- demanding'
more Hour spate ami as tiie (leinann
grows tin- new buildings are not ade-
quate to meet the demand-.
It is very pleasant to see Main
street being modernized. liusiness
houses are being reconstructed. Some
an- being made larger and there are
scon s that are being remodeleil and
made prettier and more modern in ap-
pearance. The entire outlook of the
city is most iiootiraging.
There is only one medicine that
really stands out preeminent as a
remedy for diseases of the kidneys
liver and bladder.
Hr. Kilmer's Swamp -limit stands the
highest for the reason that it has prov-
en to be just the remedy needed In
thousands upon thousands of even the
most distressing cases. Swamp Hoot a
physician's prescription for special dis-
eases makes friends tilckly because
its mild and immediate effect is soon
realized in most cases. It Is a gentle
healing vegetable compound.
Start treatment at once. Sold at all
drug stores in bottles of two sizes
lifly cents and one dollar.
However If you wish first to test
this great preparation send ten cents
to Hr. Kilmer & Co. Ilinghamptou. X
V. for a sample bottle. When writing
be sure and mention the Ardmore Dai-
Kings and Shaving.
The classic case of a king who knew
better ttian to let anybody else shave
him is that of Dinnysius the Klder
tyrant of Syracuse who appears to
have been unable to shave himself;
for he. is said to have resorted to
the uncomfortable device of singeing
off his beard with hot walnut shells
says the London Chronicle. We may
suspect that Napoleon's was another
case of the kind lingers asked Tal-
leyrand whether Napoleon shaved him-
self. 'Yes." replied Ti.lleyrand; "one
born to be a king l.iif scmeone to
shave him: hut they who acquire
kingdoms shave themselves." That
way of putting it pleasantly empha-
sizes the practical superiority of the
parvenu to the helpless spoiled child
of heredity; but prudence probably
entered into the matter also it Tab
leyrand s statement was correct.
(las in the stoinuiTi or bowel-- I- a
disagreeable symptom of a torpid liv-
er. To git rid of it iiiick!y take 11KR-
I'.IXE. It is a marvelous liver s'inr.:-
l.t nt ami bowel purifier. I'rice dec.
Sold by lUmiar Prug Co.
There is en exhibition nt Wool
wich. England a bioiize gun. weigh-I
ing eighteen tons
pieces of mital
w hich was i mpVy
mil made of two
a l ew ed together
d during the de-
ftli&e oi the I ; i i! .'. in ! Ii s in llilS
r. a w ertus is 1
til. A c'a
s r. or::.s ; t he
cl i'ii! that
s i f U 1 1 1 i
;!: d. :
! mi s
' I'fll'.y I';';'"
1 t.'innr I U'.ig I
It is reasonable to assume
lumber of stars in spa' e 1
ienipi'iature so low that tin
i : t v i : . if a
.ions do ret alii 1 1 our ci es
Uaphic plates is ex; n ua
That these invisible stair
liore numerous than the
itars is suggest' d by Mr. F. A.
nan who attempts a rotigh
Ion of their ri h.uve r.emtier
in the assumpt u n that r.evt
l eva- i are due to i oil. s i n
oiHl'.ales that tin re are aim
hotisaiiil tiiiu s .is
n.any dark stars as
A Rainv Dav Need
Not Be Dull
Chirr i:; Crt to work
St rnng. easy f it t ing
hght and ii iir-
All.' v !!f;rs slop
water Iron run-
' . rang in ct the front.
Clack Y"ow or C live-kh jki
t : tevtor Hat. 7S
frn factum OuaronUyrd J
.- onllf.H c.lLINr USURY
BILL ALMOST DEAD AMEND
IT IS REGARDED AS
Oklahoma L ily l'eh. 11. Anotln r
j joint caucus of the house and senate
I democrats addressed by Governor
W illiams was the feature of the twenty-fourth
day in the legislature. Jt
is understood that t lie election meas-
ures are now completed all but tiie
primary election bill which is having
consideration ill caucus of both
branches tonight and which it is
expected will be continued in a joint
caucus tomorrow morning. After that
joint caucus the governor may suh-
! mil the election question in il mes
sage. The caucus today w.'is stormy
and the talks were said to have been
very frank. Govirnor Williams made
it plain to the ( inocrat ie lawmakers
(hat they have the responsibility and
that they must net. His determina-
tion not to approve a session of more
than thirty days hiLs not wavered but
there is now a prospect for the legis-
lature remaining! in session until
about Feb. T.i which will be about
three or four days more than thirty.
The registration law the amend-
ment to the constitution limiting suf-
frage and a primary election law that
will not vary much from the present
statute are expected to be introduced
as soon as a message of the governor
has come authorizing consideration of
the election question. The ribbon bal-
lot seems to have been lost in the
caucus. It was subject to much de-
hate and the opposition lasted long-
est. Usury Bill Amended.
The bouse today amended the Glas-
co usury bill before re committing to
a committee for redrafting to an ex-
tent that it is said to be very much
like the present ineffective law. Judge
Glasco was ready to move that fur-
ther consideration of the bill be post-
poned indefinitely but he could no'
get an opportunity. His idea of the
amended bill ma v. be caihered from
his attitude. This action by the house
seems pretty clearly to indicate that
no real usury legislation can lie had
Humors that friends- of the usury
bill will retaliate by refusing M sup-
port any election law seemed to he
justified today when several demo-
cratic representatives who have con-
sidered usurv the most important is-
j sue in the state walked out of the
j caucus and did not participate. One
isaid the hilling of the 'Glascn bill
will be the death knell of the demo-
cratic party south of the Rock Island
I railroad in Oklahoma.
Frankness Characterizes Debate.
! lvba'o in the house on the usury
j question w as marut
d by frankn
etltatives who deteiidi d ti
and bet ion of u.-ury by siuiill hank:
I in"!;' as-ertion that if these
mu-t oliev il law as .t 1
tin re are hundreds of .-mall
i i ies
l:ae In do without
air was Mr. A'-i
was Mr. 1 1 :d.
Mr. I'urant i f 1 r
r vii .
'. ! i s
was l e. ill ". !
a binder tw
peii:t nt ..ry
I'lii'd 'Car it wou'd he opp.i
ig t r.: and t ;:at i: w ould s .
.- '.r- -
a o. - v i :i' lire. I: v. as
by Mi Ah s-i r th. t the
sh I w o fi rt iii er factories
would emplov as r.;
as much good for ;
any men and do
he farmers. Mr.
li.ttvett of Pottawatomie lulled iittf'l-
tjon to the fact th..t many telegrams
j had bt ' n !' ci ivi d by 1 gislatot s from
hardware firms opposing the twine
factory and sugi:s'd that these are
I'lobab'.y i;i.-iired 1 y the alleged trust
i that was refetri d to '.:i t'. i letur.
Gross Prcduction Tax Bill.
I Tie senat" adopted the minority
r-i'irt on the gross production tax
which was made by Mr. Russell of
Vuskoct It provides scope for the
! state board of ei;uali.ation to in-
j crease the assessment on their own
! mo' ion. Mr. Russ 11 then offered an
amendment to piae the tax a1 per
i cent instead cf 2 and that the extra
i 1 per cent be ?t turned to the counties
I I .rod joir.g the tax. The bill was re-
Ifirred to a special committee for re-
' The concurrent resolution fcy Rus-
DAILY ARDMOREITE CLASSIFIED ADS.
No Adjustment for this Department Amounting toless than One Dollar will be Accepted unless the Cash Accompanies
the Ad. Ads. that Amount to One Dollar will be Charged to Any Responsible Person
iii mm iih iiii ma mhi
WANTED Man or lady for clean
d'-al; good pi''. If you are a h'.is-
thr good worker and will use your
head big. I'll J "' for !l
deal in Ardmore. Write U. ih.te-
liian Guthrie okla.
WAXTKIr-i'ositioa as stenographer
by caiable young' lady. Address
V. Care Ariimoreite. 11-0
1AHY with several mouths experience
of office work and meeting the pub-
lic some experience in shorthand
and typewriting wishes position at
small salary. Address Lady care of
Ardmorelte. 1 "-3
NKGKO HOYS WANT TO WORK
Twelve energetic and industrious
negro boys all students of negro
school here desire to work morn-
ings ar.d evenings. Mornings any-
where from o to 0 o'clock; evenings
from 4:30 to 7:"0. Willing to do
anything that's honorable. Phone
or write G. A. Kenyon. Phone '".
P. O. Hox fjC3 Ardmore Okla. C G
rh:al kstatk loans and in-
surance. E. E. Guillot ft X. Wash-
WANTED List your resident proper-
ty with me for quick sale and get
results. G. H. Adams office over
Hamilton Shoe Store. 6-6
FOR SALE OR TRADE 320 acre farm
near Portales New Mexico. Fhone
Green S72 Ardmore Okla. or ad-
dress 1204 Carr Ave. Wynnewood
WILL CARDWELL want.s your fat
cows hogs and calves. See him be-
fore vou sell. Fhone Tilue S30. 4-lra
NOTICE If it's horses or mares yo-.i
want I've ?ot them. Buy. Fell or
swap. Pan Blackburn rhone T"4.
CLRONIMO HAKF.R Reg. Jersey bull
owned by Will Cardwell will stand
W. Main St. Will call fnr cows.
Fhone Ulue 530. 4-lm
sell for an amendment to the consti-
tution on the gross production tax
came up for further discussion and
tiie ih-hate was not completed. It is
understood to be the intention of Mr.
Russell to amend this measure to
make the tax I pfr cent instead of
as it is fixed now- upon the value of
the property on an equality with ad
One of i he most viperous opponents
of this bill was Mr. Chase of Nowata
who adduced figures to show that
revenues w hich would be levied upon
the oil and gas producers of this state
by a 3 per cent tax on gross pro-
duction would amount next year to
approximately f I "0:1.000.
BREAKS A COLD if)
FEW HQURS-TRY IT
first dese cf Papc's Ccid Compound j
relieves all the grippe mise-y
Contains no quinine.
en e cry
stay stuffi d-up!
Ko'.vii'.c nnd snufflir.i::
"Papc's Co'.d Compound" tali-
two hours unt-1 tltree docs
are takm will end grippe misery and
break up a severe cold either in the
head chest body cr limbs.
U promptly opens c'.ogged-up nos-
trils and air passages; steps nasty
discharge cr r.ose runninj:: relieves
sic'; hiadache. dullness feverishness.
sore threat sneezing soreness i.nd
Tape's Cold Compound'' is the
quicke.-t. surest relit f known and
costs only 2". cents at drug stores.
It acts without assistance tastes nice
and causes no inconvenience
accept a substitute.
When the bowels become irregular
you are uncomfortable and the longirj
this condition exists the worse you
feel. You can get rid of this misery
quickly by using IIERP.INE. Take a
dose on going to bed and see how fine
you fee! next day. Trice 50c. Sold by ;
Itoniar Drug Co. j
-l.r ilin.oi.. l-tiA
li.J n.t 4.ui ft-'-. fd
r. y1.t. if si lt! i !t Tt !
for gentb man
A St. X. W.
Foil II EXT Two south rooms lor
light housekeeping to rith-t parties.
Phone blue MiT. 1!-j
FOR KENT Large modern room for
gentleman C21 Stanley S. W. Phone
Z"2. Gabe Newman. 11-3
TWO HOUSEKEEPING- rooms fur-
nished or unfurnished modern. 1:21
Fifth Ave. X. W. Phone 773.
FOR RENT 25x100 brick store at
110 East Main street. E. E. Guillot
D X. 'Washington St. Itf
FUR KENT Two office rooms post
office building. Apply King & Co.
FOR K EXT The upper story of my
home to persons without children.
Phone Xo. 1 or clG. Dr. T. S.
FOFXD Diamond ring. Ow ner prove
property and pay for advertise-
ment. Phelan ic Co. Ledbetter-
Frensley Building. 11-3
WAXTED To supply you with dress
ed chickens ready for the pan.
Phone Blue 583. 9-3
WANTED Two nicely furnished light
housekeeping rooms by Monday.
Wineblood care Talacine Oil Co. S-3
WANTED March 1 modern 4 or 5-
room furnished house close in.
Phone green 079. Ctf
KINNEY WANTS to buy your old
furniture. Opposite post office.
Thone 109. 2C-lm
PHONE 1010 or residence phone 774
for quick tab service. Bill Lehus
driver; Dan Blackburn Prop. 31-lin
WANTED 1000 men to let m-. write j
their f.re cyclone and auto insur-
ance. T. C. Eridgman 26-lm
WAXTED To do your fcu'.hiirg. loan
you money on long time and low
Interest free plans and specifica-
tions. W. D. Taliaferro Contractor.
OLSON' RUG CO. Xew rugs from old
carpets and rags; World's Star Knit-
ting Co. Best Underwear and Ho-
siery ever sold in Ardmore. D. R.
Edwards Agent Phone 7S7. Mm
I WILL APPEAR in this space every
day. If it's a service car you war.t
call MJG. THE HAYXES LIXE.
I HAVE BIYF.R for Ardmore resi-
dence propirty. Must be bargains.
Will pay cash. C. W. Rollin.
Phone C". or red-.1!3. lfltf
WANTED To buy a furniture stot k
in Ardmore. Must be worth the
ji-oney or would rent building for
nt w s;ock. Addri ss Box M0.
Caiicsville Tex. 11-3
W ANT I'D 'I w '.I rooms for light
l.o-.'.si k: i pint:; ir.v.st 1 e modern with
i ! il.i'.ig furnished. $12 p. month.
(:i-e in. Aiia: -s Care Ard-
;. ! . "-"2
WANTED To cl
suit f. r Ji.O":
-ire. si d "'i i
leant d and
p.'-ssi d. r.O cens. Phone "i'l. Lon-
don Steam Dye House. L'.l-lm
TREES Fruit shade and ornamental.
Crapes berries bulbs and
Crown in Ardmore. We w ill appro -
ciate your business. Corner Fifth and
I Street X. E. Phone Green 872.
Forest Xurseries. 25Tm
ARDMORE ECLECTIC SANATORY.
Special attention given Catarrh.
Chronic Diseases and Rheumatism.
Modern electric apparatus for treat-
ing all kinds nf chronic iilmeMs.
N. R RVHL M. D.
IOS'4 East Main Street.
NOTICE All persons are hereby noti-
fied that tresspassing is forbidden
upon my land described as the south
west quarter of the northwest quar- j
t r of section 13-5 south and 2 east j
tract 20. Emma Arnall wastnngion
D. C. 10-3
WANTED SALESMEN for Rez Vis-
ible Typewriters. Supplies for all
makes of machires. See R. P..
Wright at the Enterprise Cleaners
near post office rhone 944. IMm
or phone 111 1.
3 Hi Cadi';.
Mrs. J. P.
FOR SALIC For cash or on smail pa;.
mints nice building lots. J. F. Ea--ley.
rhone 041. li t
FOR SALE Cheap if sold at otic .
second-hand u-passenger car Yeli-
E. E. Ezell HI'S West Main St. 11 '
FOR SALE -mules
- One span good fai m
harness. Trice rig tr
J. S. Lane. id .
FOR SALE Choice male Duroc Jer
sey pigs live months old. 9 A St. X.
FOR SALE Small pony harness ui.i!
buggy 123 Mil Ave. X. E. S. I..
FOR SALE My property corner i'
street and Broadway X. W. Phone
477. C. B. Gardenhlre. 2-10
FOR SALE Oak w ood and posts half
mile southeast Whittington park.
Can deliver. Phone green 872. H.
R. Parker. 18-lm
FOR SALE One boiler locomotive
type 25 h. p. good condition. Suit-
able for oil field work rhone 1019.
FOR SALE Five acres joining city
limits south and east of Whitting-
ton park. Easy terms. See W. A.
Hill 204 lOlh Ave. S. E. 27-lm
FOR SALE Five horse power einfle
phase motor in good condition and
will sell cheap for cash. Apply Ard-
morcite office. 17-tf
FOR SALE Ten acre tract east of
Whittington Park. House and oth-
er improvements. Will sell at &
bargain. Phone 11-53 or Blue 153.
FOR SALE Prairie hay 20 cents a
bale; oats 40 cents bushel; corn
CO cents bushel at my barn milf
and one-half west of city limit".
Jim Watkins. 31-dl2wkli
FDR SALE Oil stock in the Ideal
filer w ocd and Sylvia companies.
All good producing properties. Must
have money for other business. A
baniain if sold at once. See R. C
McKiddy 1-1 X. Washington. 11-';
FOR SALIC My home place C street
;nd 12th Ave. X. W.: 5 rooms
hath room hall and sleeping porch;
all kinds of fruit trees. "' will
exchange for close-in property. See
Albert Solomon. f 0
LOOK! A R ARfi A IN At $270-0
worth $3500. One or both nn'
places on North Washington street
!i02!i('t. Lot in; feet front 22i
feet on the avenue. Room fo? two
more houses. Small payment down
and terms to right parties. On
paved strt et. Paving taxeT about
paid out. Write Owner 401 Weft
Locust strie'. San Antonio Texas.
LOST AND FOUNO.
L 1ST - -Fi 'day between Christian
(.iiu.ch ar.d Third Ave.. S. E. lire-nils'
; with pearls. Finder pleas'-
phono white I. 11-1
C.uii'.ot !' N.
- Hes- terms.
FARM LOANS Plenty or money at
low rates. W. B. Frame. 6-lm
1 ion time.
IX) AN Plenty of t;
low rates. Redfield
Realty fc Ioan Co. Phone 9G. 1-lm
CHEAP .VON K Y To lend on farm
land and well located city property.
R. C. McKiddy. 14 North Washing-
ton St. phone 1133. 2:-lm
CITY LOANS Home money cheap.
The Teoples Pvldg. & Loan Assn.
O. P. Selvidge Secy. Phone red-310.
Room 3 Guaranty Rank Bldg. 1-lm
CITY LOANS plenty of money to
loan on Ardmore city property; long
term; interest payable semiannual-
ly; no delay rates reasontible. See
W. S. Welverton & Sen. 71m
LOANS! ran loan you money at
the cheapest rate of interest you
have been offend and the test
terms. O. II. Adams office over
Hamilton Shoe Store. 6 6
THE MIDIAND SAVINGS & IXAN
CO will niafco liberal loans on
city property. Kasj payments. C.
H. Lskew. Agent. 13 Guaranty
State Hank Illdg. itf
Foil SALE Good set
tools. See J. L. Dyer
street Ardmore Okla.
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