The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 297, Ed. 1 Monday, September 18, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Monday September 18 1016.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
al;r Datlii Arimwrcitc
Unil.T t -r.-v.rrt M :i ti:i I-.-tn"-n t Since l7
AHPMOHEITE PUQLISHING CO.
WHM.V r.i.;S l'rcK..I.-nt
V I' M'li'lS M;iri;twt'f
JOHN'' I'. I-.ASI.KV K.lllor
THE OFFICIAL PAPER
Of Carltr Cuiinty and the City of
If It In In Tim Ai.liiioli'ilc It l I .f Kill
Ardmore (hamhrr of Commrrcl
Business Mrn'i Credit Association
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ti thi! charm!
if any prison.
u lie h may appear In
't he A 1 . 1 1 1 1. i -i I e will I a
1 tl"ll 'IH ln-lng brought
til tin III I. Ml'. a el the niillluKcilltilll.
Business Manager's Office 631
City Editor s Ottico 5
Job Department 684
Ardmore Monday September 18 1916
'I'he I 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ihal the dcinoerals have
taken cut heavy insurance en the life
nr Callillilale Hughes is llellleil. It is
ndiiiilicil. linn cut. Unit Ihey cmisiiler
Ills campaign speeches their best as-
While in Wyoming Mr. Hughes vis-
ileil the abandoned Kurt Itilsscll for
which al various limes Senator War-
ren who will be the chairman of the
senate iippiopriulions committee In
the event of republican success se-
cured upprnpiiat inns aggregating ten
million dollars. Mr. linear made no
cpccrli on pork barrel legislation at
Fort Russell or in Wyoming
When cotton was 8 rents n pound
the growers organized a night rider
association against the glnticr and Hie
buyer. Since col ton Is above l." cents
the pickers have organized a night
rhjer association against Hip grower.
Tin' cotton grower will learn now
how It fills lo have night riders on
Ills heels threatening o destroy his
Mr Hughes is not a progressive
never has been a progressive and by
reason of his mental makeup his
traditional outlook on life not to men-
tion his obligations to bis reactionary
pousor.- neur can be a progressive.
The progressive convention In Chi-
cago knew be was not progressive ami
bash in il to nominate Itoosevelt w hen
the republicans named Hughes. How
ei.n lltielitw lie 11 nrorresslvo uittlOllt
betraying the very men who gave him
the nomination. I
Texas work bill
for travel and i
the part of the
live days mil of the
machinery the auto
. greater energy on
t li ' n i to do more now in live
than they formerly did in ten days
.nf labor. The next important move
will be to discover some menus of a
iilck gathering and assembling of the
news so llie pencil pushers of the
country may have two holidays a
week where heretofore they have had
Tlifl ltnl Itiv t-r Valley Fair at Slier
man will open October 4. The fair
will combine an exhibit of the re
hoiirces of agriculture and live stock
of the great Ke.l Itiv.r country and
will combine with tliat exhibit grand
opera and other eiiier'alnni. nts of a
very high order in keeping with ttie
At Ten Cents Loaf
By AH Grocers
m . ) ij;H
ity in wliii li Uie exhibit will
(icluli r lias been il'dica
dii it i ry
the jiress uf the surrounding
aril a ih h-gal inn of Ardiinirc
ill ntt' nil the fair lo be cu-
ll ami to sillier suggestions
;ii lilt- local lai:- u still larger
OUT OF HARMONY.
lorn I ' I
y good 1 1-1 - ml of Arili;
irtcr tin- plans cf llii'
folk tu huil.l ill this :':
church structure. It will
mi uiie nf tin- pn Itlcst st i!
city. Tile church lias gum
Table expense III the seloc
buihlitii.: that vviil in ill
a 1 -;t u i it ul oni
ll will ai!d
biirch and In the city. I
sbyterinn people ale of Hie
II. at a S'anta Fu ilep.it built
e line nf the proposi d plans
d In Ariliuore w :1 not be in
haiiuoiiy wit'i so bcauiil'ul a church
as tin y i1. ill hi gin at Mice.
riPLCY AND THE STRIKE
!: I'. liipby i" l.ol satistled willi
s. He did not
il by law or by
willing to test
ad against the
want tile i-triki
coinpionii. e; b
the poivi r nf
pnw i r of t hi
till'. ateneil Hie
at the head i
strike. Mr. Itlpley is
f a road with eleven
thoii.-anil miles of main trackage the
gross annual revenues are not far
reach near the mark nf forty million
hits and the net annual revenues
reach m ar llie mark of forty mllili n
dollars. Ho has made a wonderful
success nf the Santa Fe road be lias
treated his men fairly lie lias estab-
lished a pension system among his
employes which lie depended upon
largely to fortify bis road against the
strike evil lie Imped to make it
worth so much to those who did not
leave the employ of the company that
they would stay at their post when
emergencies arose lie believed that
ii sul Icient number of his men woubl
remain loval to permit the operation
of his trains although a strike was
called. He was unwilling and is still
unwilling to accept t.ie eight hour
law anil has repeatedly stated that be
will obey the law only when it ll.H
been approved as constitutional by
the highest tribunal of the I'nited
Ph -Idem Ripley seetii9 lo have
considered only bis road and the in-
terests of his company as he saw
them. He seems to have forgotten
lh-' hundred million people who woubl
ha .o been dlstui bed by a strike. That
emi rgency was not tin rely before the
railway companies and the brother-
: hoods it w as before the entire citl-
' zeiiship of the nation. Merchants
' would have suffered losses homes
would have suffered inconvenience
and annoyance. There would have
been riollng there would have been
bloodshed and for all we know there
might hav e been
civil war. When
almost the entire civilized world is
at war we can scarcely afford to trust
ourselves. We have been reading and
K "" " .-.
and a runway siriwe involving nun Hun-
dred thousand laborers and their de-
pendents might bave been the match
that would have started a conflagra-
tion in this country. The world will
never know just what a service Wood-
i.vv Wilson did the nation when In-
laid bis strong band upon the strike
situation and commanded it to stand
-till The nation as a whole approve
what Mr Wil-on has done was the
stroke of a master mind and every
citictl of the nation profiled by the
slaving if the hand of tbe threatened
sir.kers. The individual states of the
union -o far as we have seen have
eiteieil to perviit the railway com
p.inn-. lo niaUe themselves whole on
the exiia wages by a sl.gli: raising ot
ibe friigl" charges. It was then no
i' i lie
iie-!ion of money or a i n s-ipiii--
with the railway
in;. - 1: r solved Itself into a
for .1 principle with the rail-
co pat. i. s lighting the principle
e right hour day and the broth
d- I'.gb' nig for it. It se ins t!i it
Mr II -p
i an ilia
i -holla! lie willing to n lit
like 'he part ot wi-.l.im
hi -com that the pte-iib nt
. a ti.r.i h i mgrc-- in tV-
I vet!. I be has in the
.'. I of titi.uice. Hansels say u-ni.
t' e led. I..1 laws as i tl a e t dl b t
pr. -cut i.:ri'ii-trat on th it tltianc..
;i.it:h s ;ir-' an impo i'.ly. May
be said 1 . tl the in t iMlgre-s b.
a.! ".urn-d tlr.t gf. at r.iilw.iv -;' .ki
ale an .ti p. s-'.'el'.iv
Ft. -h e -ti rs al li
c'l Urn- ' I."
Rheumatism Follows Exposure
In tile rain all day is gun-rally fol
l.iw.d liv painful tviitice-. of lli.uma
ti-:ii er in u-a cm.
will give y O'.l . tl!i-k
the t Hie s Treat 1"
quickly per. fates
'and sooth.s the
.joint4 For sore
mu-e'es tha' ache
t-..lt. f :ml --relent
comir.g torture. It
ere an. I actunc
l i rT h.i ii-M c.l !
Liniment a (Turd
i quick relief !ru:es. sprains strains
' .in if ether minor injuries to rlullren
'.ire .;ui. k'y sootlm! l y Sloan's l.inl
I m..ni i:..f a l.orMe tn.t.iv it vour
Call Tb Aramerette Jot) fle rsrtaent j
IIP. NTM CTSTl O
Kffi If OCT
DOCKET SET AND MANY CASES
WILL EE DISPOSED OF COURT
WILL CE HELD IN NEW FED-
The I'nlteil Slates district courq
for the eastern district of Okalhoma
will convene In this city for the Oc-
tober tirm Monday October 2. This
will be the first term of court held
in the new federal building recently
Following is the docket that will
be disposed of.
Motions and Demurrers.
.Monday October 2. 1!M.
Christopher I. Williams Receiver
vs. Guy 1". Cobb. Motion of It. l
ltickeils Garnishee to tax costs.
I). M. Walker vs. C. C. h S. F Ity.
Co. Demurrer to amended petition.
J. M. W hitlleld vs. C C. & S. F. Ry.
Co. Motion to remand.
Robert C. Tyree vs. Midland Valley
It. K. Co.- Motion to quaah service.
I nitiil States vs. W. II. Tiirmpson
et al. Motions to strike parts of
answers of W. II. Thompson and It.
Monday October 2 1916.
fieorge W. Henderson Forgery of
Joseph Malugen Retail Liquor
Andy Webber introducing liquor.
Lewis A. Golden Jesse Ripley T.
It. Smith i t al. Introducing liquor.
Steve Talkington and Jim Cavins
Ike Reynolds Introducing liquor.
Andrew J. Wandic.k white slavery.
I.ee Harris and Gilbert Harris In-
1 till obler introducing; liquor.
Jim Johnson introducing liquor.
Oliver Tinmions Introducing liquor.
Tuesday October 3 1916.
O. V.. Handy introducing liquor.
John Hornbeck and Iaither Horn-
beck illicit distilling.
Youtnan Johnson mailing lion mail-
Charles l.atta introducing liquor.
Ira Wi odward retail liquor dealer.
William Nix white slavery.
Chillies 11. Ileathco introducing
Julius Collins all
Wallace R. Seaton et al
Dr. C. O. Hood violation Harrison
John Kt bridge r.nd Kmest Neely.
burglary of postoftlre etc
Wednesday October 4 1916.
W ill in il-..-' Kchols Dry Goods Co
R G. Harmon et al.
Richer M . K.
Don l'ut gov in- 1 1 al
Mis.ouri State I.ifi
vs J. S Mullen et
A R Li-Roy. Adnir
et al Default.
T. Ry. Co. vs
vs C. A. Skeen
1'nit. d St.iti s vs.
O N M P
i; Co Default.
Receiver St. L. I. M S Ry
vs. W T. ll'.itching- - I . fault.
Thursday. October 5. 1916
1 'i'w tiard
W II Allison et
S V s
VS C. C. A
S F. Ry.
Friday. October 6
iv i rs St L. S
S Hurt et al.
F. R It
ill vs Receivers St I
Woods is Ardmore R -
October 9. 1916.
Mvers is. St. U 3. F
: R. R Co.
M ix U.-tlie
ducers Oil f.o
ti er et al
P. Herton vs
CARTER COUNTY BOY WISHED A
JOEJ ON HIMSELF AND IS NOW
DOING REGULAR WORK WITH
Krnest L. Raberson who lias been
spending bis vacation with his par
cuts in the vestern part of the coun-
ty passed through Ardmore yo.-iiT-r-day
en route to his home at Loi An
Kmest L. Roberson who has been
lug personnllty is an ex-inipl" of
w hat one can do if he determines to
i'ueceed in any line of endouvo". A
few years ago while working on Ins
father's farm it was annnii'ieel that
a moving picture show was going
Invade that territory for a one night
stand and as moving pictures at that
time were considered a fad he de-
cided to become a faddist and "take
in the rhow."
That very determination changed
the whole course of young Robersnn's
life. He determined then and there
to become a movie actor and no soon-
er had the determination been form-
ed he apprised his parents that there
was something outside the limits of
the farm that he desired to make
connection with packed his little tel-
escope canvas grip and hit the trail
for the effete east where most of
the studios were located at that time.
He like thousands of others sought
an audit nee with the powers that I.e.
The simple fact that he '.nil never
been on a stage in fact had nevtr
witnessed anything more thrilling
than a one-ring circus did not I ize
him In the least. He wanted to be a
movie actor and wanted a chance U
show what be could do. While plow-
ing down the long cotton nn 1 corn
rows of his father's farm Robot sin
rook advantages of what opportunities
were cast before him and from his
reading at night and his reeititiors
to 'Old lteck" during wor-'iii' hoais
h had a pretty good co'iimir.ul of
IV- King's Kngli -h and acta '1'. could
recite 'To lie or Not to He" ill
a tone of voice that would make
tl'.e " d mule at times prb-t up 1:1s
ens. and take notice. Foses-pi with
a pb asing personality and t.ein able
to "ride anything that wore hair" with
o- without a saddle was itat gave
hl'.t bis first opportunity. T:io doc-
tor happened to just need his "type"
for a certain picture and he was told
to pet busy. When the picture was
finished .voting Roberson had shown
some of those movie "cow-punchers"
I of the director with the result that
' he was given a regular place on the
payioll which was just what our
! voting friuid was needing at that par-
! tirular time more than anything else.
lie soon graduated from the saddle
: I rotik and chaps howevir and moved
i west with the company to California.
! w here he lias been ever since.
! At the present he is one of the
!rccr. -r staff and has figured in some
jof Ibe big feature films. His forte
'is "char icti rs." but he is often called
ii-uin for sti 11. r roles and Is delighted
vv itb the w ork.
Mr. Roberson was married about a
' ear ago. end he ami his wife P'-r-upy
' a comforta'''e little bungalow in Los
1 Ang.'lo. wbire he f.-iys he will al :!.
be at home to ary Carter roun'y
; friends who would like to drop in fur
a stay of a week or a month. lis sue
ics has not swelled bis hea.l in t.ny
particular and he is ns der.i cralie
j now as e was during th" liy
1 -p ent "fl.l Peck" don i t'i
I row s un.lor a broiling sun
j M l oberson at c.v t mo
jto li come a newspaper mill bir
: eer. I Samaritan put him wise.
I why "Ramona" Is Popular.
Clune Film Producing
Company of Ixis Angeles decided on
"tamona" as tnelr next big produc-
Itlon. they showed much business cu-
'mrn in selecting a book that It is est!
mated has had over twenty million
Helen Hunt Jackson's famous story
I has had a sale of over 4i)0.00i)nu(i
icopits and it is the usual rule to fig
ure that each book will be ready by
at bast live persons.
There are now 16 companies pre
s' nting "Raniona" In the I'nited
States and as Boon as the Kuropean
war ends it will be taken over there.
Tr.cre are I.OUO separate and distinct
se. ties in "Raniona" and It required
eight months to complete it with its
wealth of detail. It is claimed by Its
sponsors to mark a new era in the
field of motion photography and to
be the most beautiful and artistic
j photo spectacle at present before the
"Raniona" with a special augment-
ed orchestra to play Its magnificent
musical accompaniment will be the
attraction lit the Palace Wed-
nesday and Thursday September 20
and 21. Matinee Thursday.
ISorvvyn Okla. Sept. 17. Rev.
Reign our pastor Is still holding a
protracted meeting here. It has been
well attended and has had quite a
few conversions. Ilis'subject today
was "Draperies of Heaven" and was
both instructive and Inspiring.
Mr. Joe Teleford Mrs. .Houser and
her daughter Miss wtha of Ard-
more motored through the country
to Uerwyn to attend church services
here this morning.
A large number of Berwyn pco-
people attended the county fair at
Ardmore last week.
The weather has been fine for
gathering cotton and the people have
taken advantage of the same. The
gin here has put up about fifty bales
of cotton per day the past week
Cotton sold for 15 und 13.50c per
pound; seed $3S to JiO per ton.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Thurston and
family motored from Ardmore Sunday
and were guesis of Mrs. Carson.
Fresh oysters at Harrcll Tiros.' la-l
HEALDTON NEWS ITEMS.
Healdton Okla. Sept. 19 Much
cooler conditions prevail. Fires feel
comfortable In the morning. Corn is
being gathered and cotton being
picked and taken to the gins.
Mooted question as to what cotton
will turn out. It is the crop that can
promise more and muke less and
promise less and make more and
many seem to think the crop will soon
all be opened and picked. None can
tell when the crop Is in except the
farmer is well pleased as it now
brings about $100 a bale. A good
deal is going to Wilson to be ginned
There seems to be more activity
in the oil fields 4nd more work g
Rev. S. F. Murphy from Kansas is
a visitor at his daughter's Mrs. Hen
ilb ald the first of the week.
The marriage of Miss Jane Orme
and J. K. Rateliffe came as a sur
A protracted meeting is going mi
bert are doing the preaching.
Some took in the fair and style
days in Ardmore.
Walter ltray was hurt yesterday by
timber falling on his font while at
steel tank building.
Health keeps good.
' " barco. P.ut s'.ie Is s;:ll chewing tin
Fresh oysters nt IVirrell Bros.' Hi 1 rag.
3J Pre Blood mcansPerfecl Health rrj
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Z IT- JrfriJ-u 'Til "
BETTER AVOID THE RUSH
And have your fall and winter clothes cleaned now. If
you don't like the color tell us. We dye every day. We
also clean and block hats and are making a specialty on
Panamas that are to be laid away for next season.
LONDON'S STEAM DYE WORKS
after every meal
RESTRICTED FULL BLOODS ARE
rl.PIDLY LEARNING MODERN
METHODS OF FARMING AND
THEIR SHOWING WAS GOOD.
The Indian exhibit at the county
fair arranged by Charles M. Neat gov-
ernment farmer was one of the most
attractive agricultural displays shown.
Almost every variety of vegetable
fruit grain and forage crop grown
in southern Oklahoma was represent
ed. The display would have been even
more elaborate states Mr. Neal had
there been more space available.
Many nf the products grown by the
Indians were necessarily placed among
the general exhibits.
Kach exhibitor and prize winner l.t
a restricted Indian living in Carter
county whose exhibits were entered
in competition with his white neigh-
bor. Nevertheless twenty-six first
seventeen second four third three
fourth and two fifth prizes totaling
fllT in cash were awarded to these
farmers a large per cent being won
by both demonstrators and members
of the boys' one-acre club.
This club was organized last spring
by Mr. Neal for the purpose of teach-
ing modern methods of farming to the
younger Indians nt that time for
the encouragement of tbo work fivo
spedal cash prizes were offered for
the best cultivated one-acre tract. The.
winners of these are as follows: First
Hale MoVrls; second Akers Raptiste;
third Joe Phillips: fourth Jimmy
Thompson: and fifth Wood Morris.
The club lias proved so Interesting
and successful that a much larger
membership Is expected the coming
year. This is the first year that Mr.
Neal has had the opportunity to dis-
play at home the products of restrict
id Indians farming tinder his super-
vision though nn excellent exhibit
was taken from this county last year
to the .state fairs nt Oklahoma City
ami Muskogee where It formed a
prominent part of the exhibit of the
five tribes and won the loving cup at
both places. The exhibit last year
was also shiwn at the Texas state
fhs Quinine That Dots Hot Affect Tns Hettf
ll-ri.n ol it tonic sn I IsMtivp rnct. I.AXa-
TIVi: II ! DM i j OI'1NiNKi hutrrthsnor.liluitr
(t'.iiini.tr .imt .loci not csii nrrv"iine-. n r
ri; nn 3 in licail Krnieml.pr the lull nnnc n..il
It-v Ux llie l-Bnallitr el F. W CHoVt.
Wilson Postmaster Here.
Lawrence Diiulap who has been
here fur two weeks under surgical and
medical treatment at the hospital. h:is
recovered sufficiently to be on th'"
streets ng::iii. He is now visiting with
his biotlur Krrett Dunlap and f un-
il v. Mr. Dunlap is the postnia-tr
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