Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 253, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 1, 1920 Page: 3 of 20
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: SUNDAY AUGUST 1 1920. "
Open Letter to Women Voters of
Carter County From Sheriff Garrett
The following letter addressed to the 'women voters of Ardmore and
Carter county by Sheriff Buck Garrett who la weklnff re-nomlnatlon is
exprwarv of the feeling of reverence and hJtrh esteem In which Mr. Garrett
holds the acred trust that has been given the lately enfranchised women
of Oklahoma it Is to the women of this voting district that the present
berltf looks for the bettering of morals generally in Carter county.
In the letter will be found no promises of the Impossible things no
promises which cannot be fulfilled. He comes before the women votors as
he doea before the men with a o ear-cut request for their favorable consider-
ation at the polls anil states In a manly manner wherein he sets forth his
claims for re-election and his wish to receive the support of the newly enfran-
chised women of this section of Oklahoma
The letter of Mr. OarreU to the women of Ardmore and Carter county
The most wholesome Influence that has ever entered the affairs of state
In this country is the suffrage privilege which the good men of Oklahoma
hvr conferred upon women.
Tho women know as wull as the men tiat thtre will be better law en-
forcement. Judges Juries prosecuting attorneys and all tho officers of the
city as well will be mure zealous in law enforcement because your good influ-
ence and help will ever b back of them.
Tour presence in the voting booth and your encouragement and your
help will bo a mighty factor In the office of sheriff of your county. Thero
will be a silent yet an effectivo influence that will lead men to magnify tho
good and to root out the evil until we shall have largely uprooted the senti-
ment of tho west arid we will be more content with the order of things that
prevails In the states east of the Mississippi.
To stand before you asKing for your suffrage Inspires a desire to do
those things best calculated to build a strong moral fabric for our county
and city. What you are seeking for your home I am also seeking for mine.
Our 'nterests are Identical our wishes are the same.
Under our Democracy bequeathed to us by our fathers and sustained by
the blood of our sons every citizen has a right to pass criticism upon the
administration of the law. You have probably heard me and my offce criti-
cised during this campaign. We would net be democrats if wo did not bare
to the winds the faults of those who serve us and may It never come in this
country when the people do not have the right to critlciso their officers.
Eut until you are sheriff of a county almost as large as some of the
European empires until you have nn array of humanly to contond with
that is attracted by the greatest producing oil fields In the world you will
not know the sleepless nights and the vigilance that must be munlfestod by
I would like 4o bo counted worthy ot your suffrage next Tuesday I
would sincerely appreciate the encouragement such a vote as yours would
give me. Being reared without the Influence of a mother It would Instill into
me a pride I never knew before to be trusted with the votes of a few good
women like yourself.
Tou know as well as I that It Is easy to ask for office but It is quite
a different thing to enforce the law.
I believe I know how to serve you. I believe that you will never have
cause to regret having trusted me with your vote.
With sincercst wishes for h growing healthy moral sentiment and with
no ill will for those who have laid at my door charges that I should not be
made to bear I am Your friend
Harrison Candidate fur Con-tluble
R. II. Harrison tuiulklaie for con-
stable from tho Ardmore precinct
makes his final appeal to the votors
Mr. Harrison needs no Introduction
to tho people of Ardmore he has been
a resident of this city for many years
:md ha been Identified with norur
of the largest business houses in the
Mr. Harrison makes tills apiienl
for tho nlart he seeks because he
believes that he is qualified to fill
the office and his intimate acquaint-
ance with ull classes will be of great
benefit to him In the performance
of tho duties involved.
His record as u citizen Is above re-
proach ii nd he. has received the In-
dorsement of many of Ardmore's most
substantial business men.
HEAD AKDMOREITE WANT ADS
MORNING: TO ASSEMBLE
ARMORY PROMTPLV AT 8
Company E Second Regiment of In-
. fantry Oklahoma National Guard will
go into camp at Whtttington Park
Monday under command of Captain
F. O. McLean. The company com-
posed of TO men assembles at the
armory on East Broadway at 9 o'clock
Monday morning and will march in
company formation to tho camping
lilac-.- where they will remain until
.Thursday morning when they will
leave on a special train from the
Santa Ve station at 6:30 o'clock for
J- t. Sill for the 15 day National Guard
As a purt of their training while
In camp at Whittmgtou Park the
company will stage a sham battle
at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening. The
public generally is Invited to witness
Wednesday night four companies
of the Third Regiment from Durant
Hugo Idabel and Tishomingo respect-
ively will arrive in Ardmore and
they also will go Into camp at the
park and leave on the same train
with Company E Thursday morn-
ing. Compunies ot tho Second Regi-
ment from Sulphur and Paula Valley
will join Company E at points en
Colonel Wm. Hutchinson command-
ing the Second Regiment will leave
for Ft Sill Tuesday to direct the
preparation of camp for his regiment.
EX-SERVICE MEN: LET'S TAKE
CARE OF OCR SOLDIER CANDI-
DATE. JESSIE LASLEY FOR COURT
FORI) CASINGS 20 PER CENT
DISCOUNT WHILE THEY LAST.
TELFORD ALTO SALES CO. adv.
Oklahoma City. H. H. Schultz of
the federal crop reporting service
declared crop prospects In Oklahoma
now better than In many years.
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UPSTAIRS SHOE STORE
OVER PALACE THEATER
Announcing the Opening of
Another L & W. Shoe Store
FOR THE WOMEN OF ARDMORE AND VICINITY
Being located upstairs where rents are cheap we hold our operating ex-
pense to the lowest figure. Our large buying power derived through or
chain of stores makes an additional saving all of which benefits you.
You Cannot Duplicate Our Price
In buying our shoes you do not benefit from price alone be-
cause every pair of shoes is sold on a solid L. & W. guarantee to
give satisfaction or money refunded.
Wait for Our Opening Thursday
Note Our Prices and Quality and
SAVE YOURSELF MONEY
THE UPSTAIRS SHOE STORE
Over Palace Theater
Additional Upstairs Stores at
l Bartlesvllle McAlester
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THESE
8570 Last Night Homer Mine and Miss Louise Homer
873 7 J When Night Descends. - f.McCormack-Krelsler
88C'.'0 Old Folks ut Home Ernestine Schumann-Helnk
B73U Zaza (Mother Has Gone Ceraldlne Farrar
87310 Home Emmy DesUn
W888 Each Shining Hour Emillo De Gogorza
6-1891 Heaven Is My Home Mable Garrison
14626 Introductions and Tarantella Jascha Heifets
M627 Blue Danube Waltz Philadelphia Orchestra
71628 Prelude in O Minor . Sergei Rachmaninoff
18675 All Star One Step All Star Trio
Hy'n Dry Fox Tivt ...All Star Trio
18678 Love'H Nest Fox Trot
A Young Man's Funcy
18676-The Love Nest
Joseph C. Smith
Joseph C. Smith
18677 Tlddle-Dee Wlnks
I Love the Land of Old Black Joe
..... Billy Murry and Peerless Quartet
35697 Gems from "Apple Blossoms" Victor Light Opera Company
Gems from "Irene" Victor Light Opera Company
18G38 Let the Rest of the World Go By Elizabeth Spencer Chas. Hart
I'm Like a Ship Without a Sail Chas. Hart Elliott ShaW
COME IN AND HEAR THEM PLAYED
Luke's Music Store
Crescent Grocery and
Meat Market for
Medium CRISCO 93c
Large CRISCO $1.89
Wesson Oil pints 39c
Full cream cheese lb. 39c
Brookfield Butter lb 64c
Gallon catsup 69c
Gallon Apricots 89c
Gallon Peaches 89c
Gallon Blackberries 98c
No. 2 Sugar Corn 12c
No. 2 Tomatoe3 14c
Buffet Pork and Beans9c
Camel Cigarettes per
carton 10 pkgs- $1.69
5-lb. Blue KARO 49c
1 1-2 lb. Blue KARO 15c
Old Master Coffee 53c
Maxwell House Coffee53c
Breakfast Delight 53c
Baby Beef Roasts lb.25c
Fresh Barbecue lb. 35c
Choice Lunch Meats for
Our meats are selected by Mr.
.lames himself and are the best
that money and years of experi-i-tMp
123 West Main St. Phone 618
Kight nest to Kress Co.
Albert Cates M. D.
127 H West Main St.
Phones: Office 387; Residence 1972-J
. THE MUNICIPAL
(J. W. RIDER Manager)
Waterworks Paving Sewers
Light Plants Townslte Lot
and Oil Field Surreys.
11S W. Main St Ardmore Okla.
Phones 916 and 2276
Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted
dr. w. s. Mclaughlin
Batrd Bnlldlnr 200 West Mala
Now in Transit-Three Carloads
The demand for Reo Automobiles has been so great
that it has taxed our ingenuity to keep up.
Now we are deriving some of the benefit of constant effort
by getting three car loads at once so we can take care of
some of our prospects.
Better place your order today to insure immediate delivery.
No need to mention the Reo qualities of durability comfort
Ask any Reo owners.
We carry a complete line of parts and accessories for Reo
and Pierce-Arrow cars and guarantee satisfactory service
on all cars we sell
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& Southern Oklahoma Battery Co.
North Washington Phone 925
Don't worry about
DINE AT THE
Quality foods to suit your taste at a price to meet
85c TABLE D'HOTE TODAY 85c
...4.v 1'otuK of Chicken with Rice
'TT!T'" Cucumbers and Tomatoes ''J'-Z$S2B3
Huked Young Chicken arid Dressing iJ'SSiT
New String Beuns
ANurnKUM Tips In drum ' TT
Vunlllu 1 Crenm Assorted Cakes
Niv WhitllngUm Special Made Hullu v
Coffee lor Tea or Milk ' " :fX
KPWIAI ATTKXTION TO Al'TO PARTIES
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Easley, John F. Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 253, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 1, 1920, newspaper, August 1, 1920; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc158582/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.