The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 197, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 24, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore Wednesday May 24 1916
Well Known Remedy
Relieves Chronic Case
Important to Dispose of Waste
from the Stomach With
People frequently attribute to failure
of the digestive orgaus conditions that
are primarily due to inactive bowels
and apply remedies that from their
very nature are more apt to aggravate
than to relieve the disorder.
When the bowels act regularly the
stomach is in better shape to perform
its allotted tasks and can usually be
depended upon. To keep the bowels in
condition there isMio more effective
remedy than the combination of simple
effective laxative herbs known as Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin which is sold
in drug stores for fifty cents a bottle.
Dr. Caldwell has prescribed this
remedy in his practice for over a quar-
ter of a century and it is today the
standard household remedy in thou-
sands of homes. Mr. Thus. DcLoaeh
with the department of the interior
office of Indian affairs at Washing
ton wrote to Dr. Caldwell recently
that "Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is
the best laxative I have any knowledge
U. S. NAVAL CONSULTING
BOARD MEETS AT TULSA
Tulsa Okla. .May 21. More than
thirty members of the United Stales
naval consulting board of which M.
M. Valerius of the American Insti-
tute of Klectrical Engineers is state
director met here today to outline
the work to be done by the organi
zation in obtaining information about!
the slate. of Oklahoma to be used by j
1he government in times of war.
of the business transportation min-
ing manufacturing and milling re-
sources of the state will be started
it was announced. The work of this
kind which is to be carried on in all
parts of the United States has been
placed in IS divisions under a commit-
tee headed by Thomas A. Edison.
ChiSdrcui Cry' for jFSetcSacr's -
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and wliirh lias lcen
iu iiRQ for over 30 years lias bornotho sifrnaturo of
and lias ibeen made tinder his per-V-
J sonal supervision since its infancy.
vASTX &tcAtZZ Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits Imitations and Just-as-good" are but
lxporiiucnts that trillo with and endanger tlio health of
lufants and Children Experience against Experiment
Caetoria is a liarmloss snbstituto for Castor Oil Pare
poric Drops and Soothing Syrnps. Jt is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Karcotie
euhstance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishncss. Tor more than tliirty j-ears it
lias liccn iu constant use for tho relief of Constipation
Flatulency AVind Colie all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoea. It regulates tlio Stomach and IJoavcIs
assimilates tlio Food giving healthy and natural Sleep
Tlio Childrou's Panacea Tho Mother's Pricud.
GENU8ME CASTORIA; ALWAYS
iBears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
TH K CENTAUR COMNV. NKWVOWK CITV.
A CARLOAD OF REFRIGERATORS
ICE BOXES SLOP JARS
SCREEN WIRE POULTRY NETTING
ART SQUARES WINDOW CURTAINS
WINDOW SHADES LINOLEUM
And We Exchange New Goods and Pay Cash for Old
NO HARM TO TAKE A LOOK
C. P. HALL
THE NEW AND SECOND-HAND HOME OUTFITTER
In the Green Box House Third and Cadria
W. F. ABBOTT
29 North Caddo Phone 632
Mr. THOMAS DeLOACH
of and the cleaning up guaranteed by
its use relieves every organ."
A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep-
sin should bo on hand in every home
for use when needed. A trial bottle
tree of charge can be obtained by
unling to Dr. W. D. Caldwell 454
Washington St. JUonticello 111.
The five directors of the work in
Oklahoma are Harold V. Uozeil of
t lie American Institute of Electrical
EiuVuieors chairman; M. M. Valerius
H. V. Hinckley American Society
of Chemical Engineers; Edwin De-
IVaar A. C. S.; and J. P. Fisher A.
A. M. K.
The inventory which the Oklahoma
engineers outlined today is. to be for
the exclusive use of the war and
navy departments of the United
States it was announced.
OSAGES ELECT JUNE 5
Tribal Council Will Be Chosen by
Wealthy Indian Tribe.
Oklahoma City May 23. An elec-
tion of tribal council and chief will
be held by the Osages at Pawhuska
June o. The officials hold for two
years. Two years ago the tribe choso
a council that was indorsed by the
full bloods ns against the mixed and
whites. This council and chief are
now to be retired. It is understood
that the full blood faction Is likely
to be in a minority this year. The
Osages have the most active tribal
interest remaining in Oklahoma.
Their lands and minerals make them
immensely wealthy and the control
over them is in the hands of the coun-
cil with noteworthy restrictions by
the federal government.
On June C a regular payment will
be made to the members of this tribe.
This payment is small amounting to
but $133 per capital. There is much
complaint in the Osage country over
this small quarterly payment because
the price of oil is high and the busi-
ness of oil and gas companies has
been good. Many assert that the ex-
pensive administration of tribal gov-
ernment is at fault.
SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT LOSES
House Strikes Out Amendment for
Washington May 2:!. Ky a vole of
SO to 09 the house struck from tie'
Porto Kiean bill today the amend-
ment designed to grant woman suf-
frace to the islands. The bill was
then passed without roll call.
$100 REWARD $100
The readers of this paper will bo
ni..!iii in learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages ana
that is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly
nfluenced by constitutional conditions
I Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts thru the mood on tne mucous
Surfaces of the System thereby de-
Kirnvin:r the foundation of the disease
giving the patient strength by building
up the constitution anu assisting na-
ture in doing its work. The proprie-
tors have so much faith in the curative
powers of Hall's Cattarrh Cure that
tliev offer One Hundred Dollars for
any case that it fails to cure. Scud
for list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO. To-
ledo Ohio. Sold by all Druggists 75c.
WOMEN'S ARMY INVADES
GOTHAM FOR CONVENTION
New York May 23. An army of
20000 women mobilized from the
ranks of 2000000 club women in the
United States began the invasion of
Manhattan Isle today for the opening
of the 13th biennial convolution of
the Federated Women's Clubs of
America in the Seventh Regiment ar
As the squads companies regiments
and battalions of handsomely gowned
femininity troop along the platforms
from the long trains pulling into tho
Grand Central Pennsylvania station
and Hudson Terminal from California
Florida Maine and other parts of the
country they are taken in hand by
Poy Scouts in khaki who see them
safely delivered to their appointed
places. Other scouts go around after
ward and give them Instructions about
getting here and there in New York.
Still other scouts look after their lug-
gage. Until the night of June 2 the wolnen
leaders of the nation will make this
old town hum with speeches and
squabbles and social affairs. They will
give the woKd their official opinion on
government and goulash food and
fighting marriage and millionaires ba-
bies and bathing health and hair-
dressing short skirts and short ballots
big wives and little .husbands prize
fights and tea-fights.
There has been evidence of sharp
feeling bttween city and country dele-
rates over the matter of style which
may crop up in some form during the
DOUGLAS CHOSEN SECRETARY
OF TULSA COMMERCIAL CLUB
Tulsa Okla. May 23. Clarence
Douglas of Arkansas City was elected
secretary of the Tulsa Chamber of
Commerce at a meeting of the board
of directors Monday. The election
of Douglas to this position followed
a report from the special committee
appointed to recommend a secretary.
Mr. Douglas was formerly one of
the best known citizens of Oklahoma
having been for years editor of the
Muskogee Phoenix. Later he was sec-
retary of the Muskogee commercial
club and comes here from Arkansas
City where he served as secretary of
the commercial organization. He will
assume his new duties June 1.
RHEUMATIC PAIN STOPPED
The drawing of muscles the sore-
ness stiffness and agonizing pain of
rheumatism quickly yied to Sloan's
Liniment It stimulates circulation to
the painful part. Just apply as direct-
ed to the sore spots. In a short time
the pain gives way to a tingling sen-
sation of comfort and warmth. Here's
proof "I have had wonderful relief
since I used your Liniment on my
knee. Tq think one application gave
me relief. Sorry I haven't space to
tell you the history. Thanking you
for what your remedy has done for
me." James S. Ferguson Philadel-
phia Pa. Sloan's Liniment kills pain.
25c at Druggists.
A want ad will sell that property
you no longer need at small cost.
Five Facts You Should Know
(1) That diseaso Is the result of a disordered condition.
(2) That when wo correct the disordered condition wo eliminate th
(3) That the blood la the carrier of poisons throuQhout the body.
(4) That to successfully treat any diseaso originating In the blood wo
have to treat the blood as tha cause.
(5) That S. S. 8. Is the most reliable remedy for removing Impurities
from the blood.'
S. S. S. is no experiment of to-
day but is a successful remedy for
the blood that Las been a blessing
to thousands of sufferers for the
last fifty years. There Is nothing
lu YEARS J
mysterious about S. S. S. It is an
extract from native herbs roots
and bark each known for its pecu-
liar modlclnal valuo. These- Ingre-
dients combino and act In a bene-
ficial and helpful way with nature
It doesn't matter whether your
case of blood troublo is one of the
mnnv forms nf Rheumatism or Ca
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:t REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS ii
it (ily Chickasaw Abstract U
j: Co. lionded Abstracters) U
. .. . JJ
W. F. Whit Huston and 11. IC.
Phelps to C. F. Sullivan and wife
Eugenie I!. lteleasc Oil and Gas
l.i-ase. Part section 2ti ").s2w.
K. H. Uamsey et al to M. A. Gil-
rrcase. Assignment Oil and Gas
I.ease. Part section 2 Sslw.
Wade . MeCown and wife Nora
to V.. N. Horsey Warranty Deed.
Pari section 20 2s:!v.
('. K. Smith to H. H. Deskins War-
ranty Deed. Part section 22 3s2e.
Chas. S. Lynch and wife Id la to
Kobt. F. Scivally Warranty Deed.
Part section 22 2s2e.
Grin M. Redliehl to T. Goldsmith
Warranty Deed. Lot 3 in block 101 A
Hoy M. Johnson to Charles H.
Phelps Release Oil and Gas Lease.
Part section 21 3s3v.
A. T. McGhee to Kobert Watchorn
Assignment Oil Gas Lease. Part sec-
lion 2S -1S3W.
II. H. Ramsey rt al to Fred Walker
Trustee Assignment Oil and Gas
Lease. Part section 8 Cslw.
Joe Williford and wife Nannie
to Mid-Continent Mineral Corpora-
tion. Warranty Deed. Part section
Mrs. Nanna K. Campbell et al to
J. W. Adams Assignment Oil and
Gas Lease. Part section 1 -ls3v.
Sam Bench guardian of Cathaleen
Harmby to Chas. S. Lynch Guard-
ian's Deed. Part section 22 2s2e.
Charles 1 1. Shrader and w ife Nan-
nie et al. to Producers Oil Company.
Oil and Gas Lease. Part section 23
Jimmie Thomas and wife Delona
to Randolph Ross Warranty Deed.
Part section 11 is2w.
C. & C. Nations to Wade H. Me-
Cown Unallotted Land Feed. Part
section 20 2s3w.
Savoy Oil company to McMan Oil
company Assignment Oil and Gas
Lease. Part section 19 2s3w.
T. II. Williams trustee to Miss
Mary Conrad Warranty Deed. Lots
in Spindletop Subdivision.
T. II. Williams trustee to Miss
Clara E. Poucher Warranty Deed.
Lots in Spindletop Subdivision.
Robert Willis and wife Mary to
Ralph YV. Day et al Deed of Royalty.
Part section 19 2s3w.
Robert Willis and wife Mary to
Ralph W. Day et al.. Deed of Royalty.
Part section 19 2s3w.
Savoy Oil company to McMan Oil
company. Assignment Oil and Gas
Lease. Part section 20 2s3w.
A GOOD FAMILY COUGH SYRUP
Can be made by mixing Pine-Tar
Aconite Sugar Hyoscyamus. Sassafras.
Peppermint Ipecac Rhubarb Man-
drake Capsicum. Muriate Ammonia.
Honey and Glycerine. It is pleasant
healing and soothing raises the
phlegm and gives almost Instant re-
lief. For convenience of those who
prefer not to fuss it Is supplied ready
made in 25c bottles under name of Dr.
Hell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Can be had at
your druggist. Insist on getting Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey and see that the
formula i3 on the package.
Read the want ads.
Poison chronic skin troublo or any
other form of blood troublo. S. S. S.
will go directly to the seat of tho
troublo; giving tho blood a thor-
ough cleansing driving out tho Im-
purities In a natural way and leav-
ing tho blood pure and refreshed
ready to do its full duty In building
the tissues up to a normal and heal-
thy state. Itegln today on a bottlo
of S. S. S. and note how goon you
will begin to feci relief. Wa will
gladly give special advice and freo
consultation. It you nro in doubt
nhout tho nature of your caso write
SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GEORGIA
Admits Killing Relative.
Tulsa Okla. M.iy :;!.--Walt-r Ihrig.
who killed his brother In-law near
l!i:ken Arri;w last Monday afternoon
surrendered to Sheriff James Wooley
here Saturday morning. He and Ills
brother escaped iiuedlalely after the
fatal shooting occurred at a cross-
roads about one mile from Rroken Ar-
row. Ihrig declared that he did the
killing and that his brother had noth-
ing to do with it. "When I tell the
jury what brought about this trouble
1 believe they will be able to see my
side of it." he said. Ihrig's wife the
sister of Hen Carson who was killed
has left the liroken Arrow section. She
is named as the cause of the 'trouble.
Dizziness vertigo (blind staggers)
sallow complexion flatulence are
symptoms of a torpid liver. No one
can feel well while the liver Is in-
active. IIIOUBINIO is n powerful liver
stimulant. A dose or two will cause
all bilious symptoms to disappear. Try
it. Price r0e. Sold by Ringer Drug
CRILES NOT ENTITLED TO PAY
Deposed Head of Ada Normal Can Not
Draw Salary to July 1.
Oklahoma City. Okla. May 23. An
opinion by Assistant. Attorney General
It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvauia Woods of Clifton Mills Ky. In
writing of her experience with Cardtii the woman's
tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use
Cardui my back and head would hurt so bad I
thought the pain would kill Die. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of Cardui I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds and now I do all my housework
as well as run a big water mill.
1 wish every sulfcring woman would give
The Woman's Tonic
a trial. I still use Cardui when I feci a little bad
and it always docs me good."
Headache backache side ache nervousness
lircd worn-out feelings etc. arc sure signs of woman-
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui the woman's
Ionic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. It has been helping weak ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today!
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HIGH GRADE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR MILL-
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BANK FIXTURES. :::::
We also Design and Build Modern High-
Class Homes Our Plans and Estimates
Are FREE. :: :: a
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Leave Your Gasoline Dangers to the Dry Cleaner
'Oasolene is a pood servant but a bad master." ard for that reason
there is a growing sentiment to discard It in the home and intrust
all cleaninp. of fabrics and textiles to professional cleaners who are
familiar with the inflammable liquid and have the means for handling
TAKE NO CHANCES SEND IT TO US.
Rfad cur "booklet" keep it They are numbered.
THE KEEP-U-NEAT DRY CLEANERS
Phone 113 Near Post Office
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4: : PaOOftiBottle.
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Wood for the state superintendent
! holds that C. W. P.riles relieved from
the presidency of the Ada Normal
I School May 20 by the state board of
jedueation is not entitled to draw pay
until July L as claimed by him. Tho
! coal cut ion of Mr. liriles was that hisi
iiiir!ied contract for the presidency
was iiiii i 1 the end of the fiscal year.
Tin' minule.i of the board of education
show that the board reserved the right
to terminate any employment at any
COAL MINERS UNEARTH
BODY OF PETRIFIED MAN
Berkley W. V. May 23 Coal
miners dinging in a mine of tho East
Gulf Coal company unearthed tha
body of a petrified man. The fossil
is a perfect specimen of the human
body and apparently that of a whito
The petrified body was found sev.
oral hundred feet below the surface
and in a spot where so far as ia
known no white man had ever heforo
penetrated. Former owners of th'i
land could give no explanation of tho
The fossil was placed on exhibition
in tlio office of the coal company with
the hope that some clew might bo
obtained to (lie man's Identity.
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 197, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 24, 1916, newspaper, May 24, 1916; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc154531/m1/3/: accessed January 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.