The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 34, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 15, 1916 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore Wednesday November 15 1916.
Priced For Thursday Novem-
ber 16th Continuing Until
ALL LINEN TABLE DAMASK
l!y liuying our linens Ijcforc the advance on all Irish
find Russian Linens we offer you pure linen at prices
lielow par Napkins to .Match all l'atterns
Item 1 .2.m 712-inch Damask $1.75
Item 2 r?1.7. 72-inch Damask 1.60
Item .' .?1..")0 72-inch Damask 1.35
Item J 20 per cent Discount on all Linen
Napkins Entire Stock.
Clean Up Sale of Millinery
We are going to re-arrange this department for holi-
day goods. Millinery must find other quarters un-
til our t-pring display Your opportunity to buy a
new fall hat at a small cost.
20 Pattern Hats Cleanup Sale Half Price
These Hats priced from $12.50 to $23
now $6.25 to $12.50
Lot 1 $8.(1(1 to $10.00 Hats now $4.75
Lot 2 7.50 to i).O0 Hats now 3.95
Lot :! Children's Hats 50 Hats Special 95c
I fend fur Hale and a similar endorse
tin ni lias also been given by several
hii-incf. men of .Marietta who art1
' also ready to -ubscribe for stock
:!.!) given an opportunity. Th-r -ti:e.
with such cut ouragement cm-
: ir i; l-nm outsiders in behalf of our
In idee mo etnent we rertainly
should take on new inspiration and
ii-ronie more determined than r-ver
tu i irry out the move to prn t . I
n-1 1 1 ! i n . at an early date
is reasonable ami possible to d'i .-u.
I'heer up. good people and t
In'.-;' T!.fni are coming our w y
that are u oth while.
DON T FORGET
THE MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION
SHOULD BE OBEYED" SAYS BUS-
INESS MAN QUESTION IS AN
"They do more than
please your taste
According to the mayor's proclama
tion there is poing to be u general
closing up of ull business houses and
offices in this city tomorrow morning
between the hours of 9 and 11 o'clock.
There Is a great (mention up for a de-
rision and unless the business men
of the city to whom the (juestion i:i
most vital take the proper interest
the business of the city !s bound to
Ml the public spirited citizens are
behind the movement to secure a road
to the oil fields that can be traveled
at any season of the year and in all
kinds of weather. There is but one
way to secure this and that Is by co
operation. The mayor urges that his
proclamation be heeded and that every
property owner and business man will
iKsemblu at the place designated and
lend a helping hand toward this movement.
If anyone doubts the necessity of
i permanent hard surface road -to the
fields at the present time all they
have to do is to take a trip from here
to Wirt or to the fox Held. The
weather has not been at its worst by
inv means but there are places in
El' !l HI !IJ I
IF GAINESVILLE BUILDS BRIDGE
ARDMORE WILL BUILD THE
ROAD SAID B. A. SIMPSON TO
(liv .1 T Leonard. In the
Calm svllle Heglster).
Mr I! A. i Belli Simpson a large
capital st who h; s made millions of
dollars in ti e past to years out of
the el !u-itie- and whose dally In-
come ftot'i lii-i oil investments Is still
marvelous ii way nf financial results
seuil; a seil.il verl'al message to the
the ('aincsvilln Chamber
. informing ti i tit that if
f t oncost Ille will build
on- l.iieil bridge over IJed
:t i folnt already designated
viil t 1 . . f a good substantial
ot.i t'-e Texas side of the bridge
i;esiiii. that the people of Ard
ui!l : uil.l a first class macadam
' .! .ivd road from Ardmore
i.M-c mentioned thus making
a first class road up-to-date in every
feature from Ardmore to (ialnesv ille.
.M illume is pulling for the .Meridian
National Highway to come that way
and the business men of that city
are confident if a bridge Is built (Hit
lit d i ivr as contemplated by Cables
v Ille bushier nit n that the coming of
that treat highway along this line is
tin assured fact.
Will Overcome Big Obstacle.
The building of this kind of road
nieii'lonetl by Mr. II. A. Simpson from
Ardmore to the lied rivcfV bridge w ill
oer"oiue one of the main objections
that has been offered to the present
designated sile of that bridge and the
designated site of that bridge and
thai is the condition of the adjacent
public road leading out north from the
tl''e site through that locality and
across l.ovo county. Oklahoma. With
the placing of that road In first class
highway shape the objections named
will ho eliminated and a special In-
Idinenieut ghen for building the
these roads that
ible to negotiate
ie absolutely so
rams set in. A
it is almost 1 in pen-
al present and will
when the winter
few public spirited
men want to build this road but th
want the moral as wr!I as the flnan
eial support of the clliielis before tin
The mavor states that the business
men may well alTord to lose the tw
hours from business on this occasion
as it will he repaid to them many
times oxer when the road is built.
of 1 ' .11
111.- 1 1
WINS BY LARGE MAJORITY OF
THE VOTE CAST MR. FOSTER
SAYS WORK WIL. BEGIN SOON
AS MATERIAL ARRIVES.
as It would mean the coming
M ; 'i'n'svllle of a large and constant
p. fowing larnier trade for many. The election to decide whether the
t"i'. -. i:. nth of the river and adjacent city shall grant a new franchise to the
o i ti tinu loan a coitsur.iiiiai ion ; ntniore Ice. Light l ower lompany
that Ins In n tofote been doubtful j for a period of twenty live v. ars In
-'":! that Mghwav remain in its'paynunt for the latter installing and
ii-sent condition. maintaining a ahite way on
Imt with the reconstruction of the I Washington and Itroaduay
ad as proposed by the Ardmore peo. certain prescribed limit-
e. uoi eniv win iiaiin sv ine ne ajcsierday and resulted in
f a large trade from over helming majority for graining the
bun- new franchise. The tola! vote cast
1 have a v.rv late model five
pa v.. ng.-r l'lKKCK AKHOW tour-
ing .are tor sale at $:I5i0 rash.
This uir Is the highest grade
nir In America and you could
buy nothing better. It Is prac-
tically brand new. having been
run only iioukIi to start limber-
ing it tip Top has never been
down ler tools un rapped.
Higl.-t trade cord tir.K good
as taw Car cuutppel with t'
. r high' t grade accessory In-
cluding two new extra cord
tin - original cift of car 4 !(.
If veil are in the market for a
high gr.ol. motor car. and want
the lM in.ule at a big saving
write ii - at once. Can furnish
you photographs of car. It 1 fin-
ished in golden brown with
natural we.sl whorl.
1'. O llox 1120
DAI.AS :: Texa
' i net irial'v
the river but it will mean that
tliitls ol automobiles will travel over
ti e rou'e annually between Ciainesvllle
oil Ardmore. much of which trawl
will lie local jov riding and brief busi-
ness trips sa- ing nothing of the long
dist rice traffic that will continually
go over the same route; hence that
I'll 'unite will be a money fetrher
that will put the stockholder In the
'In. H Class early in the game of
oper t'on That bridge scheme will
l a money making investment which
will e el in way of dividend the In-
come fr. ni any stock held In any btisl-nes-
institution or enterprise of like
.inn "tr.t of Investment in this part of
Tex is It will he a big and easy
tnonev tiiak.ng enterprise for the own
is. a town builder for "'.lint s' lib'
ittd it t'..iV 'ii.iit for local business
l Oiolrh is it .til t tnu.
Ar.lrnore Mm Have Encouraged Move
A-!r ii'sl'i.'ss m.n have cnd'T
'-d a' i: sjs-'.o n most favorably of the
n.ovi t t;.iinesv ille people to build
thi't liidge. and a number of those
capitalist have stated that they would
take t tk in the enterprise when of-
was 44b. lit this nuiiilirr there were
:!.':! votes cast in favor of granting the
j franchise and 12:! against t he propo
II. K. Poster manager of the light
ftimpany. stated this morning that
work would begin as soon as t ie ma
terial could he secured. The con
tract were placed some time ago.
subject to cancellation in the event
the election was unfavorable to the
franchise. This morning Mr. Faster
wired the contractor to rush the mi
terial a fast a possible and In all
probability the work w ill h. cm w ithin
a few weeks. It la estimated that
within three- months all the work will
be finished and the new system installed.
Encampment Odd Fellow.
Special meeting of Indi.tnola Kn-
ciiuin cnt Xo. 15 I. (. o. K. will
be held tonight. Wednesday) at
7 o'clock for the purpose of drilling
ind rehearsing degree work.
ASHlirRN WIM.1AM.-S. C. P.
J. T. XISBETT. Scribe.
That's why Chesterfields are like a
good cup of coffee they taste fine and
in addition they satisfy!
But besides letting you know you've
been smoking Chesterfields are MILD.
Chesterfield is the one cigarette that
can give you this new delight (satisfy yet
mild) because no cigarette maker can
copy the Chesterfield blend an entirely new
combination of tobaccos and the greatest
cdvance in cigarette blending in 20 years.
$ifffiLtt6jiy&u. tfe&tuxo Gr.
"Give me a package of those cigarettes that SA TISFY! "
About two miles northeust of Su-
perior Wyoming are the Leucite hills
which are made up largely of Igneous
rocks In the form of Tolcunlc necks
sheets Intruded into the Btrntlfled
rooks und dikes cutting ncross thu
neUinientiiry atrutn. Associated with
these Intrusive rocks lire volcanic cones
and luva flows. Those rocks have long
been objects of scientific Interest In.-
cause of their unusual character. Late
ly they have nttractod additional inter-
ent by reason of the potash-rich min-
eral leucite they contain which may
some day be utilized If u process en.".
be found fur extruding the potash
lieiiply. It has been estimated that
the igneous rock of the Leucite hills
contains nmre than 107.lKi(HK) tons of
potash. l'.ulletin tilJ U. S. Ueoloijical
Uaea of Feldapar.
The feldspar quarries in the United
States with the exception of those in
California are restricted to nine of
the eastern seabotird states. Most of
the feldspar mined in the eastera
states Is of the potash or the soda va-
riety or a mixture of the two. and
these varieties are used In the potterj
Industry because after being melted
und cooled they form a glass. Feld-'
spar of the lower grade Is used as a
binder in making emery and corundum
wheels in tnaiiufacturiiig opalescent
glass as a poultry grit us a coustitu
cut of rooting material and for sur-1
facing concrete work. Snuill quantl-1
ties of the purest grades of potash
feldspar lire used In the inanufucture 1
of urtitleiul teeth. .
No. 11 N. Washington L
New and Up to Data
Cbtnes and Amarloan Dlahaa
CLKAN noOD tlRVICt
WtN DAY AND NIOMT
kn S7 Tablaa for LjdlM
oatna for Private Partiaa
want ads pay big re-
Hi Teat of Creatneas.
Fie was perched on a broken-down
once with a baseball hat over hb
sturdy right shoulder and was evident
ly waiting for the others to arrive for
the game. Always unxlous to Im
prove the childish mind. I nt once
suggested to him the opportunities for
study which he was wasting In the
profitless time squandered for pleas-
ure. 1 told him of Columbus of Wash-
ngton. Lincoln. Grant. l.ee. and other
Immortnls whose names would live for
countless years to come. I tried to Im-
press upon him that he should learn
nore of these famous persons who hnd
accomplished so much before death
m-ertook them ; thnt they should stnnd
tut to him as shining examples of
what men may achieve through con-
eletitlous and consistent' effort. 1
asked In simple phrases t'nit he study
hose great men. nnd exert nil his pow
ers to follow In their footsteps
lighted to see a spark of Interest
Indie in his little Mnek eyes at Inst
Say mister!" he chirped leaning a
Ittle toward me nnil snklng In a
tone of suppressed excitement "'could
any of dem guys pitch a curve?"
Parent Largely to Blame.
; A normal child provides his own
iimusements unless he Is spoiled by In-
diligence. Many are the complaints
that children modern children are
hard to please that more and more
are they coming to depend UKn an
expenditure of money. When children
repudiate the fascinating paper dolls
provided by the newspapers dolls und
wardrobes that were not known In our
lays something Is wrong with them.
When they want no gifts hut wrist
watches und toys run by electricity
they are to be pitied for they have
reached the verge of boredom. Where
does the Maine lie?
Yor the Best and Purest
Drinks go to
TtaNewjce Cream Parlor
Next Door to
We make a Specialty of
furnishing Receptions and
Tartios with All Fruit Ice
Cream never surpassed
LOWE & WINGO
Now torn to the want !.
Dogs' Statua Under the Law.
"The very fact that they (degs) are
without the protection of the criminal
laws shows that property In dogs Is of
an Imperfect or qualified nature and
that they stand a It were between
animals ferae naturae lu which until
killed or subdued there Is no property
and domestic animals. In which the
right of property Is perfect and com-
plete. They are not considered as
I wnl i being upon the same plane with horses.
cattle sheep and other domesticated
animals but rather In the category of
cat monkeys parrots singing birds
and similar animals kept for pleasure
curiosity or cuprlce." Brown J In
Seutell vs. New Orleans Etc H Co
ltW L". S. 701.
Cross Electric Shoe Shop
PHONE us.; N. XV.1
B CALL FOU AND DELiVER
Now turn to the want ads.
C. P. HALL
The New and Second-Hand Home
Outfitter on Caddo street. In the
Hlg Boi House ha Just received
car of new Monogram Stoves
and Ranges. :: :: :!
He txcXange new pood
for old or pay ca for
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