The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 282, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 31, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Thursday August 31 1916.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
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JOHN F. KArU.KY 'iltur
THE OFFICIAL PAPER
Of Carter County and the City or
If It Is in Tho Anlm'irelte It Is Legal
Ardmore Chamber of Commerce
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to the nttunliu:i of the management.
Business Manager's Office 538
City Editor's Office
Job Department 684
Ardmore Thursday August 31. 1916.
Since KM Trapp saved Tulsa its
prize fight Ihiil city will want to make
him governor next time.
Tho allies are buying more horses
in the I'nited States. This would
indicate that immediate peace is not
Culberson has a perfect right ;o
love and adore the double prim.'iy.
It saved him his seat In the United
Democrats have no occasion for any
alarm concerning the report that there
will be a fusion of republicans nnd
ncialist.s. The socialists will dei
dine to fuse and republican leaders
-who would agree to a fusion would
lose the respect of their party.
Vice-President Marshall when as'iod
what he thought of Judge Hughes'
Detroit speech gave the best descrip-
tion of it we have hoard up to this
writing. He said: "Should we julge
this speech by its length and tho
number of objections It contains It
might be mistaken for a dissenting
Socialists at Waco are urging Wil-
son to take over the railroads and
operate them and place the revenue
arising from such operation into the
federal treasury. If all railroad prop-
erty is valued according to the Fris-
co's holdings in its new organization
Mr. 'Wilson would have (o raise more
money than the country has to make
the purchase of the roads.
THEY JES' LAUGH
"Senator John S. Williams of Mis-
sissippi was asked for an opinion on
the speech of Mr. Hughes and he said
it reminded hint of an appointment of
a man some years ago as attorn.y
general of the I'nitjd State; v h
had never been able to ma.' a living
at home; so after he had been in office
awhile he went back home t'ui walk
cd around through the country dressed
like a farmer and asked what had
'become of so and so (naming him-
self). The first old farmer replied that
he had been appointed attorney gen-
eral of tho I'nited States. "Well" says
the disguised attorney general "what
do tlie people around her think of the
appointment'."" The old farmer says:
"They jes' ;i ti l; li (In-toon Advocate.
FAMOUS EDITOR FOR WILSON.
With aee!!s!omed a curacy ami can-
dor the editor of the Springfield l!e-
publican of Springfield Mass . has re-
viewed the public careers of Woodrow
Wilson and Charles I-:. Hughe with
the earnest purpose of decid rv; upon
the editorial policy of that nowspap'r
in the present campaign.
The Republican is one of the inc.!
jibly odiwd and famous tie . -n r-i in
America. Its editor has wi'.'i d '! the
present campaign to hear b!h candi-
dates before taking side.
Like a candid broa. Intitule pub-
licist lie yields that measi!" of p-at-e
to Mr. Hughes he thinks hi; puhlic
acts must claim but like true pa-
triot he announces his nlb'g.ane.? to
the country's present policies anJ
pledges . his splendid talents hence-
forth to the re-election of Woodrow
The Republican's editorial making
President Wilson the candidate cf iis
choie' has already become a rotable
bit of literature in the campaign. It
says in part : '
Mr. Wilson in the face of (WXieu'ties
and criticism such as have confiv.n' ed
no president since Lincoln has .rcom-
plished much. To declare h's foreiiu
policy futile is idle. The conclusive
answer Is contained in the bitter pre-
tests of the radical faction i'i Ger-
many that the Gorman submarines
have been caught "In a net of notes "
The outstanding fact is that Mr. Wil-
son without bringing the I'nitcd
States into war has forced a recogni-
tion of neutral right.
With relation to Mexico Mr. Wilsiu
has grasped the underlying 'principle
'.hat we shall not have a permanently
peaceful neighbor to the south of use
until tho most patent wrongs under
which the masses of the Mexican peo-
ple have suffered are rlghtcl thn ucu
their own efforts. The recognition of
this principle in the long run n.Mii's
th minimum of evil to this country
from tho Mexican problem. It is to
Mr. Wilson's everlasting crcl't tint ;n
spite of difficulties discouragement!?
and possibly of incidental mis! il;es le
has not wavered in his endeavor :o ap-
ply this principe'lo the changing cir-
lumstanccs of the times.
CHAMP CLARK IN THE STATE
Speaker Clark has carried the dem-
ocratic fire Into the trenches of the
Ho has successfully s'ormed tho cit-
adel of the republicans In New Eng-
liind. lie hits made a very decided
Impression according to the reports
One fact he emphasized without
fear of contradiction and if any sec-
tion of the country Is in a position to
appreciate it It is New England.
Democratic administrative meas-
ures and the tact and discretion of
Woodrow Wilson have made It pos-
sible In this period of crisis to open
the closed mills of New England.
Not only have the mills been opened
but they . are being operated night
nnd day with double and triple shifts
being employed. President Wilson
has made it possible for a tidal wave
of gold to sweep gently ever the east-
i rn states.
The fact that the republican na-
tional committee saw lit to send
Charlns Evans Hughes to the distant
western stales while the democrats
have been satisfied to open the cam-
paign In the east is a tacit acknow-
ledgment that if gains are expected
by Hughes he must look for them in
the wist and not in the east.
We do not pretend to say 'bat
Curtis in Maine will be elected but it
must be remembered that Maine is
the very keystone and foundation cf
republicanism. That ih" d "inoer.its
hope to break the strength of the
state and secure the national elect i-
ral vote just as Wilson did four years
ago is a foregone conclusion.
A republican powrnor may he elect-
ed. This is a matter of doubt. At
the same time admitting the election
of a republican so long as the demo-
crats of Maine can retain and hold
the democratic strength it will be a
telling indication as to what will be
done in the cist.
The two points made by Champ
Clark are points that ran not he ci n--istently
answered. He frankly as'ss
what the n publican party has dune to
warrant the election of Charles Evans
Hughes and he asks also what the
democratic party h".s done to war-
rant the defeat of Woodrow Wilson.
lb- has pointed out the man's mag-
nificent achievements since he his
been the nation's chief executive he
tells of the vast amount of construct-
ive legislation he has made possible
and he sounds the keynote of the
campaign he declares that In the;
midst of plenty and prosperity thej
American in oplo should not clamor i
for a change Commercial Appeal.
OFFICE PHONE 436 All Asrecinc Ms Are Contingent I'ron Strikes Accidents and Other Delays Unavoidable or Beyond Our Control RES. PHONE 275
JOHN S. OWENS
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS
CUT SAWED PLANED AND ROUGH
OFFICE AND SALESROOM
AT f LA NT
PLANT 1 14-120 FOURTH AVE.. S. W.
TWO BLOCKS WEST OF COM MS
Aug. 31 1916
Mr. T. E. Bridgman
Dear Mr. Bridgman:-
I acknowledge receipt of draft for $3000.00 payment in
full for fire loss sustained by me to my new dwelling house which burned on
the nineteenth instant and insured under policy 5069 of the Insurance
Company of the State of Pennsylvania.
The adjuster for your company called on me the third
day after the fire occured and his treatment of me was both fair and court-
eous. The loss was settled and paid with such promptness and your service
in the matter was so entirely satisfactory that I desire to express my sin-
cere appreciation of same and to assure you that it will be my pleasure to
recommend you and the above mentioned company to my friends.
Very truly Yours
What critics everywhere are pro-
claiming is the best motion picture
novel yet offered the public is com-
ing to the l'alace theatre on Friday.
Its tli 1-3 is "Gloria's Romance" and
the star of this much heralded at-
traction is none other than Blllie.
Ilttrke fatuous star of Merry" and a
half dozen famous productions of the
speaking tsago. The story of the new
film novel Is from the pen of Mr. and
Mrs. Rupert Hughes who are famous
for such tales as "What Will People
Say?" "Clipped Wings" and "The
Thirteenth Commandment" and is
said to be absolutely logical through-
out and of real literary merit not
at all like the slap-dash blood-nnd-thunder
films that have sometimes
been shown in theatres of a lower
Manager Harry Lowenstcin of the
Palace theatre is ready to personally
guarantee the quality of 'China's Ro-
mance" for he has seen the early
chapters of the story and was amazed
to find how much above the ordinary
run of films it is. All the pretty little
mannerisms of Miss Hurko that made
her so attractive on the speaking
stage is retained by the camera nnd
many are of the opinion that Pillie
will score an even greater triumph
in films than she did before she de-
cided to sign a contract calling for
$l(iiln per week as a picture player.
Most of the young exprosionists usual-
ly select the middle of the minister's
prayer or some such place before
giving expression to their sneezes. In
volume of noise these sneezes are
eipial to seventeen European wars
and a municipal trolley system. They
necessitate the use of six handker-
chiefs per day a sneezer a total of
1200000 muchoirs a day for the 200-
000 or 30400000 hanKtes to register
the hay fever vote of ayes and noes
for the reason of forty-one days.
I'resent and sneezing at the conven-
tion will he Henry Altaian of New
York the noblest srsezer of them all.
Altman has tried 100 remedies in-
cluding psyche-analysis suggestive
therapy Vahamlsm Yogilism astro-
logy osteopathy bleeding hypnotism
auto-suggestions and automobiling
singing science and scores of others.
Cure for Cholera Morbus
"When our little boy now seven
years old was a baby he was cured
of cholera morbus ny Chamberlain's
I Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-
edy" writes Mrs. Sidney Simmons
Fair Haven N. Y. "Since then other
members of my family have used this
valuable medicine for colic and bowel
i troubles with good satisfaction nnd I
I gladly "endorse it as a remedy of ex-
ceptional merit." Obtainable every
CLE R SKIN COMES FROM
It is foolish to think you can gain
a good char complexion by the use
of fare powder (let at the root of the
trouble nnd thoroughly cleanse the
system with a treatment of Ir. King's"
New Life Pills dentin and mild In
action do ret gripe yet they relieve
the liver by their action on the
bowels. C.ood for young adults and
nged. do nfter a clear complexion
todiy. 25o at your druggist.
Probable Increase in Bread Price.
Oklahoma City Okla. Aug. .11.
Ixical bakers declared they will be
forced to increase the price of bread
immediately unless the present tin
usually high price of flour decreases.
It Is planned to arrange a meeting
for all local bakers soon in an effort
to pet concerted action on the prob
lem now confronting them. It is said
a standard raise adhered to bv all
Rend the want ad
AC Ny 3
Every lime you see a
man smoking a Fatima
you know lie is getting
all the comfort that is
possible iu a cigarette.
The original Turkish blend
MEXICAN RAILWAY TO BE RE
TURNED TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Mexico City Aug. 31. All accounts
against the Mexican National Rail-
way company to be met by the Mexi-
can National treasury were closed to
day. A joint commission is working
on the plan for the government to
return the line (to its stockholders.
After September 1. a reciprocal
charge of 50 cents Mexican gold dally
will be made for the use of the cars.
As it is impossible for the company
to run night trains at present the
government will use the company's
Pullman' for one year unless the
government can make arrangements
for cars with the Pullman company.
the local bakries will be declared.
OUR FREE COUNTY FAIR
Capter County Fair Will Build Ard-
more Says Mack of Hugo.
Special to the Ardmoreite. Hugo
Okla. Aug. 31. Secretary T. W.
Mack of the Choctaw county fair
says that our fair move now under
way Is not only progressive but con-
structive for the very best interest
of every citizen in Carter county and
this is not all it's going to be put
through and become one of the lead-
ing factors in a Greater Ardmore and
Ily experience wllii fairs and the
proper management of same they
have proven to be of great value for
many reasons and the three leading
features are the exploitation of the
products of the varied soils progress
along the lines of better stock and
especially the social features they af-
ford for both the old and the young
causing a general meet of all citizens
of the county once a year and visits
of friends and relatives during fair
dates. Yes push that fair 'move to a
We hold In this city our first free
county fair Sept.. 1 1-12 1.1 and every
citizen in the county is arranging to
be at It and inviting his out country
friends and state friends.
We want to compliment your cham-
ber for Itsi activity for the results of
the kind that are lasting and are
constructive in behalf of your city
and county. We note with pleasure
that it does not chase the "sun-
beams" but only goes for something
of a permanent and lasting character.
prevailing in other places. Mr. Lind-
sey furnished the following figures
Sherman $32.00. Walden $40.00.
Hillsboro $35.00. Comanche $30.00.
Tyler $26.00. Ardmore $30.00.
The Dest Laxative.
To keep the bowels regular the best
laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a
full glass of water half an hour be-
fore breakfast and eat an abundance
of fruit and vegetables also establish
a regular habit and be sure that your
bowels move once each day. When
a medicine is needed take Chamber-
lain's Tablets. They are pleasant to
take and mild and gentle in effect
Civil Service Examination.
An examination for the position of
first grade Indian service will be held
at the post office in this city on Oct.
7 101 0. For application blanks and
for full information relative to the
examination qualifications duties sal-
aries etc. address Secretary Hoard
of Civil Service Examiners Ardmore
Okla. GEO. J. SANDMN
When the baby ts suffering the
double affliction of hot weather and'
! bowel disorders the remedy needed
Is McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It re-
duces the feverish condition corrects
the stomach and checks looseness ot
the bowels. Price 25c and 50c per
bottle. Sold by Ringer Drug Co.
Cotton Seed Prices in This City.
The Ardmore cotton oil mill has set
their figures for the opening of the
seed season at thirty dollars per ton
which Is about on a par with prices
Derpocrats of New Mexico Meet.
j Santa Fe. N. M. Aug. 30. The
I Democratic state convention met
I here today Judge N. H. Laughlin
I state chairman being in charge. The
j convention is meeting in represcnta-
! tive ball at the state capitol. Can-
jdidates for state offices will be nomi-
nated and' the national administra-
Scnsihlc Cicy arctic
Appalling Sneezing Statistics.
nethlehem N. 11. Aug. SO. Nobody j
knows jut how many members of j
the National Hay Fever Association J
will get here In time to attend the an-1
uual convention of the organization j
tomorrow but they are a-riving rap- (
id'y tod iv. There are 200.000 sneez I
ers nr.d sneezerett-s enrolled and
they live in all parts of the country.
According to the r port of Presi-I
dent. John R. Pinover these sneeze-'
ridden sneezers sneeze some seventy. 1(
three sneezes a day for an average
of forty one unecze days a year. This
gives 6.0O3.2O0.0OO sneezes for 1916.
Our Second Floor
Creates new interest In the New Models of Coats Suits and Dresses daily Every express demands at-
tention of our custom rs and salesladies.
Our New York offieo advises Paris styles for the Cowl and Slipper Pockets in New Autumn Novelties.
Many Garments are now in our department of this character.
Specials In Dresses Silks and Serge
The usual 23.C0 kind may lie had this early In the season special
Excellent Tailored Suits in all wool poplin and serges there are many Individual models. Especially
priori at S18.50
lf:LlYf:i!Ii:sM the following hours: 8:30 a. m.; 10:
PHONES -First Floor 155; Second Floor 186
30 a. ni.; 1:30 p. ni.; 3:30 p. m.; 5:00
New York Office 334 Fourth Avenue.
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