The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 209, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 7, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday June 7 1916
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
gent In enforcing the law since they
became members of the official fam-
ily in tho eastern district mid the
Honor men will have harder sledding
from tlilH time on.
ffilir Daily Arftmnrritc
Untlor Present Management Hlnce ll7
ARDMOREITE PUBLI5HINU J-"-
mvsnY Mima M?mr
y. C. HIMOH . M
JOHN K. EASUBir t-Jltor
THE OFFICIAL PAPER
Of Carter County and the City of
U It Im In Tho Ar.lmrclte. It Is Legal
. Member of
Ardmore Chamber of Commerce
Buelneee Men's Credit Association
Entered at the IVistnffloe nt Ardinor
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION
The Dally Ardmorelte
Due Wee I
l'iivbe In Advance
. The .Weekly Ardmorelte
One Year by mail
Hi Months - .
I'ayable In Arivi net
AJiT erroneous rrfli'i-tlon on the charac-
ter. BtnmliiiK or reputation of any person
I) no or corporation which may appear In
the 'columns of The AnlmonUte will be
(ladly corrected upon its Ih'Imk brought
to the attuiliun vl the iiuinaKemnnt.
uelneee Manenrr1 Office Wl
City Editor's Office
Ardmore Wednesday June 7 1916.
DRUG ACT WEAKENED
Tin' Harrison drug act has been
gheu the wrong construction by the
lower courts. These courts have so
construed the law that all persons
who find imrootlrn in fheir pnsst's-
sion were law violators and they
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charge very much like persons were j
hofcrsl yearft ugo who had been found j
in Indian Territory with whiskey In
jitherjij)SHfsion. The I'nited States
supreme court has recently handed
ddwn ar opinUn In which it holds
that dealers without license who
have possesrWh'of 'drugs are amen-
able to the law but that this law
ngaiUHtv possessloVn does not apply
to ers of the drugs. This decision
wllf rcsbtt In taking a number of
cases off the dockets of the court in
this federal- judicial district. This
decision . will al.to juiike against the
officials in enforcing the drug act.
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A BETTER LIQUOR LAW
An important chance is reported to
have been made in the liiiuor i.iv
aprlying to. the eastern dU -ic rf this
state possession of wlitey Is now
prima facie evidence of iit uducti:n
and federal officers have a I'Uht to
effect the arrest of a man witi 1 i i;
in his possession und tho bi:rden of
p root is upon "the prisoicr i.n.'. not
upon the government.
This const t un ion was pi t 'ed npoi
the former liquor law but 'he ciui'N
held that the oftlrer before he could
make an arrest had to see his man
introduce the lirjuor or have direct
uroof of int roilnrt ion lirfnro th t':ise '
could be hioughl into t!ie federal
court. Following that decision the
federal officers were handicapped to
such an extent that they could make
very few arrests. Lienor men took
advantage of their opportunity as
they always do and have been intro-
ducing but from now on the federal
officers will have a much better
chance" to effectively enforce the law
against liquor and the officers will
take advantage of their opportunity
as the whiskey men have done under
the old rule.'
District Attorney l.inebaugh and
United .States Marshal Knloe have
never intuit any compromises with
liipior. They have always been dlli-
Valuable Health Hints
For Our Readers
Just because you hawk and spit and
your nose is wet cold red sore and
a nuisance don't merely plug it up.
You can't euro catarrh by greasing
your no.-e. Take S. S. S. regularly
and you will drive catarrhal poisons
out of your blood. The membranes
will soon recover and no longer con-
tinue to accumulate the mucous that
gathers and thickens into catarrh.
S. S S. stimulates the cells of the lls-
Mies to select from the blood their own
essential nut runeijt. Kapid recovery
from catarrhal inflamnlion in the stom-
ach kkluey bladder und all mom-
bsaiies is the result.
Throughout tho country wherever
malarta abounds are happy joyful
people to whom S. S. S. has given won-
derful help in the treatment of mala-
ria after the most sickening torture
The gaunt wnplexion ot malaria's
ic'ims t rw ctiU'.s and fever; ti e ma-
larial dyfcliteryubat norms to defy all
other treatment the malarial leg. the
enl.irgrd livt-r the. jvrsisttfut anemia
xiheio tbc blood turns to water and
the sys'em wastes away. These are
tho conditions that S. S. S so effectu-
ally asissis in overcoming by helping
to restore the blood to us natural vigor.
Sometimes a sore spot becomes indo-
lent. The tissues surrounding it lose
tone and are tumble to provide sufft-
i cient nutriment to stop the drain. It
. is then chrome. Just saturate your
blood with S. S. S. This is quickly
accomplished as S. S. S. is naturally
assimilated the same as miik or any
other healthful liouul
Nature nets with marvelous rapidity
when given the proper assistance and
S S. S. so stimulates cellular activity
that the parts stinvutid'.l'.g an ulcer se-
lect from the Hood 'he materials that
make new tissue. TMis tie sore s;ot
rapidlv heals in a natural way.
Local applications for any kin dis-
ease will aiford protection from with
INTENDED TO AROUSE REPU3LI-
CAN NATIONAL CONVENTION
COMMITTEES TO AN PiMin.r-.oi.-MENT
Chicago June 7. Thousands of
suffragists most of them clad in the
regalia of the National American
Woman's Suffrage association and re-
cruited it is declared from every
state in the country will inarch down
Michigan boulevard late this after-
noon to tho Coliseum anil there pre-
sent to the resolutions committee of
the republican national convention an
appeal for the endorsement of equal
The while column in a long line
spreading across the avenue sixteen
abreast with Muttering yellow banners
and bands of martial music will be
one of the picturesque demonstra-
tions of convention week. Along the
line of inarch of twenty blocks the
street will bo cleared and decorated
with flags and yeUow and white bunt-
ing. Outer Grant Park from which
the marchers will emerge will be
tho reviewing area. In the reviewing
stand the national officers of tho or-
ganization who will leave tho lino of
march at that point. Governor Dunne
of Illinois legislators and other in-
vited guests will be found.
Kefore noon tho women thousands
of them from out of town began
gathering. With the blowing of a
bugle tho grand marshal of tho par-
ade Mrs. Kellogg Fairbank of Chi-
cago will take her place on the via-
duct that leads into Michigan boule-
vard. Kscorted by platoons of police-
men and policewomen she will lead
the line into the boulevard and south
toward the Coliseum.
As honorary aids to tho grand mar-
shal sixteen of the distinguished suf
fragists of tho country among them
Mrs. Joseph T. l'.owen Mrs. II. Mary
Wilmarth. Miss Mary McDowell Mrs.
Raymond Kobins Miss Katherine IV
Pavis Miss Stone lllackwell Mrs.
Julius Kosenwald. Mrs. Catherine
Waugh McCulloch. and Mrs. Lambert
O. Wile will ajipoar. The personal
aids who are active suffrage work-
ers in Chicago come next. The first
band in the procession will bo that
of the progressive national conven-
tion loaned for the purpose.
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt presi-
dent of the association will be fol-
lowed as commandant of her division
by noted women including Pr. Anna
Howard Shaw former president of
the national body; Mrs. James W.
Morrison. Mrs. Frank -M. Koesslng.
Mrs. McN'ab Miller and Mrs. Patty
Kuffner Jacobs all members of the
national executive board.
Automobiles carrying pioneer suf-
fragists will be the only vehicles in
the parade. Among the pioneers are i
Miss Jane Addams Mrs. Harriet
Stckes Thompson. Pr. Julia Holmes
out but have no medical value. Kc-
seina. tetter acne and all such erup-
tive diseases should be treated with
S. S. S.
So many different things contribute
to poison' the blood and the effect is
so startling that the sufferer becomes
panic-stricken and is ' d to use harm-
ful drugs. If you have any blood trou-
ble get a bottle of S. S. S. and take
according to directions.
Pon t take anything else. Tolsoned
blood is bad enough without ruining
vour bones joints teeth and vitals
with minerals. S. S. S so stimulates
cellular activity that they reject all
poisonous influence nd select only
those materials in the blood that make
healthy tissue. This is why its assist-
ance toward recoverv is so noticeable
and at times remarkable.
S. S. S. is welcome to the weakest
stomach and Is assimilated just s
readilv as the tmjst nutritious food. It
h.tbt helred t" cure a host of sufferers.
In anv form of rheumatism give the
blood a' good effectual cleansing with
S. S. S
I'se this remodr for thret days ami
take a hot sVit water bath to open the
pores. This relieves the lungs and
kidneys and assists S. S. S. to utilize
the skin as the principal avenue of
Avoid sn!t calomel and other dras-
tic purgatives as they absorb the mois-
ture from tho walls and membranes of
the intestines weaken the muscular
action produce chronic constipation
and thus stagnate the pystem with
rheumatic poisons. Get a bottle cf
S S. S. nt any drug store. Pon't
take a substitute.
S. S. S. is purely vegetable and Is
prepare 1 onlv bv tho Swift Specific
Co. I'Tl Swift Pidg-t Atlanta Ga. Write
for special booklet on any of the dis-
eases mentioned and if medical advice
is wanted write for that also to ad-
dress given above. Hoth hooklet and
uic i;cal advice are free.
"A sensible cigarette
There are a number of good cigarettes
on the market Fatimas are not the
But Fatimas are the best-liked and best-
selling of all cigarettes costing over 5c.
Of course your taste may be different
you . may not like Fatimas as well as
all these thousands of other men do.
But you can't deny that they are worth
trying not only fon the delicious taste
Smith Mrs. Kllen M. Henrotin Mrs.
Klla Stewart Miss Mary K. Holmes
Mrs. Celia Parker Wooley and Mrs.
Charles K." Lane.
One of the picturesque features
planned was the college women's di-
vision distinguished by tho caps and
gowns made by the marchers and the
brilliant hoods of those who had re-
'In this division were assigned alum-
nae of Vassar Wellesley Smith Dryn
Mar Northwestern university and
the Universities of Chicago Wiscon-
sin Michigan and Iowa. Students
of the art schools of Chicago were
tq wear brilliant distinctive dress.
Working girls were to be led by Miss
Women of foreign birth whoso hus-
bands have become American citi-
zens formed a large group. A battal-
ion of several hundred Polish women
carried red. white and blue parasols
in such formation that the American
flag was pictured by their column
was planned as a feature.
Kansas Wisconsin. Michigan and
New York sent particularly large
groups of marchers. The standard
dress of the marchers seen early at
mobilization points was varied by
some of the marchers in a pictur-
esque manner. A group of SiV young
women the junior auxiliary of the
Chicago Political Equality league
wore a costume which inchi'ded a
shoulder rape. They wore military
wide brimmed hats and carried ba-
tons on which were yellow pom
A delegation led by Mrs. Catt w ill I
present the suffrage plant to the reso-j
lutions committee. This appeal will
be distinctive from the one to be
presented by the Congressional Union
for Woman Suffrage demanding sup-
port specifically of the Susan B. An-
Nearly everybody rer.ds The Ard-
morelte. Do you?
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Bcbby Waughs Fighting Face
AFTER HIS SCALP
Sanders and Manila to Settle Dispute
On Friday night Frankie Sanders
and Frankie Manila will settle the lit-
tle difficulty existing between tl?ni
when these two boys moot in a fif-
teen round boxing bout. Both boys
fought the other night at' Ragtown
and Manila claims that the .-.-orst he
should have gotten was a draw and
now that the two boys are to meet
this coming' Friday Manila says that
be w ill surely lick Sanders now for he
has now got Sanders number. Fran
kie Sanders is not losing acy sleep
over the outcome and he too says
that he will win easily. At any rate
Friday night w ill tell which one Is
ASK FOR and GET '
Cheap substitute coet TOU tame price j
that's what I want"
that has made them so famous but also
to see just how SENSIBLE they really
are sensible because Fatimas are cool
and comfortable to the throat and tongue
at all times and because they leave no
"mean "or "heady" feeling even though
you may smoke more often than usual.
If you would prove how really sensible
a cigarette can be try Fatimas.
the better boy as they are to go fif-
teen rounds and there is a lot of In-
terest aroused In the coming bouU
Sanders has a fight with Nate Jack-
son on at Oklahoma City and he is
anxious to dispose of Manila as quick-
ly as possible in order that he can
take a little rest before he tackles
There will be a six-round boxing
exhibition between Bobby Waugh and
Clyde Pvvight. Two prelims will also
Tonight the opening of the Ard-
more Athletic Club takes place and
After Four Years of Discouraging
Conditions Mrs. Bullock Gave
Up in Despair. Husband
Came to Rescue.
Catron Ky. In an interesting letter
from this place Mrs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows : "I suffered for four
years with womanly troubles and during
this time 1 could only sit up for a little
while and could cot walk anywhere at
alL At times I would have severe pains
in my left side.
The doctor was called in and his treat-
ment relieved me for a while but I was
soon confined tp my bed again. After
thai netting seemed to do me any good.
the public ia Invited to attend. There
will be boxing bouts with plenty of
music and Young Togo the sensa-
tional Japanese instructor of the Ard-
more Athletic Club twill give an ex-
hibition of thp far-famed jiu jitsu. The
ladies are invited to attend for there
will be plenty to entertain them and
all are invited to bo on hand and to
see the new apparatus which has
been installed making the dub one of
the best in tho state.
Nearly everybody reada The Ard-
morelte. Do you?
I had gotten so weak I could not stand
and I gave up in despair.
At last my husband got me a bottle of
Cardui the woman's tonic and I com-
menced taking it. From the very first
dpse I could tell it was helping me. I
can now walk two miles without its
tiring me and am doing all my work
If you are all run down fromvomanly
troubles don't give up in despair. Try
Cardui the woman's tonic It has helped
more than a million women in its 50
years of continuous successftnd -'iouLl
surely help you too. Your druggtst has
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom-
mend it Begin taking Cardui today.
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 209, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 7, 1916, newspaper, June 7, 1916; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc154542/m1/4/: accessed January 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.