Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 44, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 1, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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Mil ROBBERIES ARE
RECORDED IN WORE
CHIEF INDIGNANT OVER
"LAXNESS OF POLICE"
TIiivo rohbi rit'S woro porpctrateil in
this city last night twivn the hours
of 10:.1i o'clock ami daylight.
Thu Hflii Yourself (iroccry cm
Wist Mnin strevt w;is hroken Into
anil thf thieves made away wi'h $4
in peiiiii.-s $15 in halves $10 in nick-
els and dimes $" in quarters and
u ?" M.l. A citizen who happened to
he nearby at al.emt 10:30 last nisht
inlonned 11)" I'l-ejirietor this morning
tli.it he had heard the thieves break
in. Just why he had not informed
the peliee last nii;ht has not been
learned. The money was taken from
a drawer nn further than six feet
rrcim the window and tho thieves
omild easily have been seen. The
lb. or was strewn with matches which
the robbers had evidently used dur-
ing their operations.
Tho Human iind Cox grocery on
North Washington street was rob-
bed of $7 in pennies and a consid-
erable quantity of chewing Kiim can-
dies cigars and ciciri'es'. The
ihii'vos imima entrance to this place
by breaking one of tho fjliuws in
Hie door and then unfastening the
bars by use of an extension and S
ui.neh. Both wrenches wfre found
in the store this mornltig. together
wiih an overseas military cap which
is supposed to have been worn by
lie of .the- robbers.
The Vade Harbe-r Shop on Caddo
si n et was the other place robbed the
thieves Retting away with a. grey suit
of cloihe.s a pair of black shoos
tin suitcase a wide brimmed Stet-
.n hat. three 4-gnllon bottles of
hnr tonic and 10 pounds of Coul-
gate's shaving snap.
It is the belief of the police that
all three places worn robbed by the
same band of thieves. This belief is
strengthened by the fact that a cap
which was found in the Puncan-Cox
siore and a rope found In the Help
Yourself cirocery were sopn being
ii ried by two members of a group
it four boys early last evening by
c'litcf Chancellor. The you'hs are
. Known to the police and efforts to
locate them are being mado today.
The oldest of the thieving quartette
is about 17 years of age while the.
aires of the other three range from
i; to IH. Tiny are wall-known po-li.-e
characters Chief Chancellor
si a toil
chief Chancellor expressed great in
llMiation this morning at the "lax-
uess with which the police are mak-
ing their rounds of .the city's busi-
ness section." He stated that there
was no reason whatever for tho fail-
tin of the police to detect the
thieves while in the places they rob-j
lied for . two of the robberies were
oaactod within six feet of the front
windows of the stores. At the Cox
grocery they held a "banquet" and
atablcs were scattered over the en-
ilre floor. . .
Ml Of PRESIDENT-
OF APPRECIATION TO
MRS. JAKEL. HAMON
I'roiii Point Isabel Texas Mrs.
Harding wife of the president-elect
appreciating the friendship and help-
of Mrs. Hainon mailed her on Novem-
Ix r 15 the following letter replete
with good wishes nnd evidencing the
My liear Mrs. Hiemon:
1 can send hut a lino from here
to thank you for your Interesting let-
ter of October i:6ih nnd for all your
splendid interest in the campaign
.Mr. Harding personally and for the
very kind things personal to myself.
' It was fine of you to travel all the
way to Oklahoma to vote but it was
well worth It and how proud we all
are' of what was aicomplished there.
The women rose to the occasion hplen-
lidly. and 1 am most grateful to j
i hem. I
You need have no fear of Mr. Hard-I
iiiy. He will be just and treat every i
.ii" squarely nt that we r.ci'd have ;
no dread. I
I am proud of olivcln II. What :i
L'euius that child is ami what a
comfort. I 'lease remember nie to her
and tedl her we thank her for her
music and for what iV did in con-
nection with the Harding Girls First
Voters' league-. That was interesting j
and fine. j
We huve a few more days here' ;
!inl then on to Panama whie-h will I
tone Mr. Harding up and make him
fit to begin the work that lies di
rectly bi'fore him.
We se'nd to all of you our cordial
goiK. wishes and I nm
FliORKNCK KLING HARDING.
Ask fur Rich Tor Talllilna Hospital
Oklahoma t'lty. Dec. 1. The state
beard of nffalrs toduy was sending
nc.tici 8 to contractors for sealed bids
on the e-onslructlon of the proposed
state tubeToulosls hospital at Tall-
lilna. The bids must be In by noon
tf December 11 the notices stated.
Amended plans and speclflc'iitlotis are
on display tit the offices of the board
In the slate house hero.
An Ottawa Illinois banker wns
locked In his vault by a bandit. Fall-
ing W open the timet look bank offi-
cials asked Jol'it penitentiary officials
te lend them n expert sn.'-oracker
hut the warden was unable to find
n graelimte blower who felt. capab!
nf handling a modern safe.
6wUow slowly small piwret
rub well over the throat.
CW 17 Million 'or IW Yirly
AFTER SEVEN YEARS
.Mrs. Phillips' Rheumatism
Was done One Month
After She Started
"I have been taking Tanlac only
one month but already it has put an
end to a case of rheumatism that
had been troubling me for seven
years" said Mrs. Helen Phillips
2407 Durham Street Tampa Fla.
"I was all crippled up with muscu-
lar rheumatism for so long I had
little hopes of getting well. It was
worst in my- arms and legs and at
times I could scarcely get around.
My right shoulder ulso hurt terribly
and it was all I could do to move
my arm about. I had gotten Into
a badly run-down condition and felt
weak and worn out all tho time. Then
I had tho influenza that left me
OSCAR WARTHAM BRINGS
SUIT AGAINST 0 N M & P
On one occasion where a Vovii got
the worst of a collision is evidenced
by a suit filed In the district court
by Oscar Wartham against tho Okla-
homa New Mexico and Pacific rail-
In his petition the plaintiff alleges
that on November 3 1920 he elrovo h'.s
"tin lizzie" over a railroad crossing
at Hcaldton when without any warn-
ing by whistle bell or employe a
box car which was being moved along
a side track crashed into his ma-
chine wrecking it and causing him
great physical Injury.
Kor remuneration the plaintiff asks
In his petition recovery of damages to
the amount of $2532.40 which is
enumerated as follows: for doctor and
medicines etc. $156; for partial in-
capacitation 10 days $70; for repairs
to the Kord. $25S.40; for personal in-
Mathers and Coakley are the at-
torneys for the plaintiff.
Real Estate Transfers
The following deeds have bwn
filed for record with the county
S. W. Land Co. to O. G. Spangle
lot 2 block 16 Sunset View.
R. Simpson to AY". S. Gardner part
.16. 3s-.'lw 19. 4s-3e.
L. T. Tookolo to Vt. S. Gardner
same ns above.
V. D. Potter to P.. A. Simpson
lot 2. block 533. Ardmore.
J. V. Voucher to W. F. Boucher
part T2 2s-2e.
State to E. Dyer part 11 3s-2w.
A. .1. Schrader to R. V. Teague
part 27 3s-3w.
E. H. Langston to W. H. Ellison
part lot 5 block McLish addi-
tion. E. C. "Wymore to E. H. Langston
part lot 3 block fi McLish addition.
T. L. Black to J
Statu to 1). V.
I. Pickens part
Butcher lots In
College Hill addition
S. W. Land Co. ot L. D. Griswold
lot 10 block -19 Sunset View.
W. A. Jolly to J. F. McCants
lots 2 3 blex-k 10 "Woodford.
J. F. McCants to Jimmy T.- Speake
lots 1 2 3 block 10 Woodford.
Carl Ryrd to L. N. Kennedy lot
13. block 12 l-ooleville.
F.' S. Joiner to W. V Woodworth
part 34 4s-Sw.
Frank Wolverton to W. W. Wood-
worth part 34 4s-3w.
O. C. Murray to R. L. Fielder
part 5 "s-lw.
H. C. Deall to Frank Prultt lots
9-10 block fi5 H-alelton.
R. C. Moffltt to M. 1. Louis part
lot 1 block 406 Ardmore.
LAMB FUNERAL HELD
Funeral services for .1. E. Lamb
whose death ooeured Friday night
were held at the family residence
136 D street northwest Tuesday af-
ternoon ut 2:30 o'clock conducted by
Dr. Ashle y Chappell pastor of Broad-
way Methodist church and the Ma-
sons. Burial was made this morning
at 10:30 o'clock at Rose Hill ceme-
tery having been postponed from yes-
terday awaiting the arrival of n
brother of the dt-ceased.
Threo brothers are here S. G.
Lamb of Bakersfield Ch1 H. 11.
Lamb Oil City Pa. and G. E. Lamb
of RrownwcKid Texas the latter be-
ing accompanied by his wife.
Mrs. Lamb's brother George Stew-
art and Mrs. Stewart of Tulsa also
at our risk. - - Tbey
Candy anted tablets made from
bitter extracts of fruli and v edi
table origin that tune an4 ttmo-
late the intestinal tract. Mgestold
Aid Digestion and EilmlnaU
Waste. Sold by your druggist
on a Money Back Guarantee
For Indigestion and
weaker than ever. My appetite got
so poor that I couldn't eat enough
to keep up my strength.
"I saw Tanlac so highly recom-
mended that I took it to build me
up. not having any idea it would
help my rheumatism but it has
done both. I am simply overjoyed
at my wonderful Improvement nnd 1
Just feel that 1 am almost starting
life over again. The rheumatic pains
have all gone and I am as active as
J ever was. My appetite is Just
splendid and everything 1 eat agrees
with me perfectly. That tired weak
feeling has left me and I now feel
well and strong in every way."
Tanlac is sold In Ardmoro by Grav-
itt Drug Co. in Hcaldton by Smith-
McKnight Drug Co. City Drug Store
In New Wilson by City Drug Store In
Pooleville by L. O. Majors City Drug
Store in Lono drove by Ilefllii Drug
OF THE PIONEERS OF
OF OKLAHOMA IS DEAD
Iilngling Okla. Dec. 1. John Cor-
nish pioneer resident of ' this vicin-
ity died at his home here at 4 o'clock
this morning of heart failure. Ha will
be buried in the Cornish cemetery at
4 p. m. tomorrow under the auspices
of the 1. O. O. F Deceased was 65
John Cornish came to the old Indian
Territory from Texas when but a
small boy and later engaged In busi-
ness at Cornish where he established
the first store there.
lie married Annie Utile daughter
of the first treasurer of Jefferson
Besides various .other business acu
ities deceased was a well-known cattle
He is survived by a widow nnd
seven children five girls. Misses Lela
Ona. Grace Kffie and Jacques and
two boys William a student in the
Ringling high school and John cash-
ier in a bank at 'Wilson.
DF LOUISIANA BAPTIST
SUNDAY SCHOOLS HERE
Miss Susie M. Judan state super-
intendent of Sunday schools of the
Baptist church of Louisiana arrived
in Ardmoro today noon to visit with
Mrs. C. M. Campbell 709 North Wash-
Miss Judan is en route to her
home in New Orleans from Japan nnd
China whore at the former place
she attended a world's conference of
church workers as delegate from the
state of Louisiana. She is well lenown
in Ardmore having visited here a
few years ago. Sim is a relative of tho
late Judge Campbell.
TO TRIAL IN KANSAS
Fort Worth. Texas Doc. 1. The
case of J. W. Lownian an evange-
list who was arrestee in Kansas last
August in connection with the death
llrrschel Erwln near here was
'ailed for trial in criminal district
court here this morning.
Attorney for the state immediately
asked a continuance alleging two
important witnesses could not be
found In-fore January. The defense is
contesting the motion.
Lowman has be'-n in jail since his
Recently his nttorr.cys sought a writ
of habeas corpus and District Judge
Hosey ordered the ense docketed for
Erwln was killed In a lonely spot
and the murderer scu)i.d In (he
dead inun's automobile according to
A me back s lore muicle or itifT
joint often it contiden d too lightly by
the sufferer. It should ba remembered
thai bsckache rheumatic psins tiff-
neii lorencu sallow skin and pufnness
tinder the eyes sre symptoms ol kidney
and blsdder trouble and tbeie certainly
should not be neglected.
help the kidneys eliminate from the
syitem the poisonous waite and acids
that cause these aches and psins. They
cl promptly and effectively lo restore
weak overworked or diseased kidoers
and bladder lo healthy normal coo
J. E. Simmemt. 400 1. SOth St. PoriUM. Or.
writrt: "I triubltd wilh btrkarh and
urinary traubla. I Iriad Folay Kidnay Pill and
will ity thai t hilhly Mcammand lham to any
oa liaublad In Ibil way aa lhay aca aacaliaul."
Exclusive Home Kindergarten
Vnder Management of
Mrs. Ada Dodge Fearce
Assisted by Mrs. Frances Irwin Ayars
Setniul Term Commences December 6tli. Tuition :1S Term.
203 C St. S. W Photi 474
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
EDUCATION THE BEST
ENT SAYS DR
IP AT ROTARY
CLUB NOON L
"Tho good education of a boy or
girl is tho biggest Investment that a
taxpayer can make" declared Dr. A.
E. Wlnshlp eminent lecturer today
in an address to the members of the
Rotary Club at the Tegular noon-day
luncheon session at the Chamber of
Dr. Wlnshlp's address dealt with
the responsibility of the business man
for better schools. He Is a speaker of
strong personality and held the clos-
est attention of his hearers who
upon the conclusion of his talk and
upon motion of Kotarlan Frank Gates
gave him a rising vote of thanks.
Although dealing with tho serious-
ness of the matter In hand a vein
of humor run throughout the talk
which made tho speaker all the more
The importance of education of the
new things was particuarly stressed.
"The schools" he said "will never
bo any bettet' than the taxpayers want
them to be.
"Dr. John II. Finley state com-
missioner of education in New York
has resigned to become associate ed-
itor of the New York Times because
he says It is more Important to edu-
cate the public to understand iippre-
rlute and support the schools than It
Is to look after the teachers and
superintendents" he continued.
In comparing the school tuxes wl'.h
that of automobile taxes Dr. Winship
said "there were never good roads
except In a few favored places until
thee were automobiles. Now then!
nro $70000000 a year paid for auto-
mobile licenses and most of that is
put into first class highways ami
boulevards. There are 8000.000 au-
tomobiles In tho United States. Every
machine pays tuxes from the time the
raw material goes Into the factory
until It Is worn out and goes to the
junk heap. More than 20 taxes are-
paid from first to last on every good
automobile. For every dollar put
Into good roads several dollars nro
put back In city county state and
national taxes. Put in the case of
schools every dollar put into good
schools Is paid back many times more
than in the case of good roads. The
upkeep of good roads is an enormous
expense to city county state nnd na-
tion but there Is not only no upkeep
in the case of a good education but
It Is a perpetual Income for the life
time of the one educated.
"Radium is the only known sub-
stance that emits heat for a thousand
vears without fuel of any kind soi
education is the tax producing radium.
Every dollar the public puts Into the
good education of a child comes back
literally a hundred fold.
"Oklahoma spends $42.15 a year In
the education of a child In eight
years that is $?.2".2S. A well educated
boy or girl living 40 years would have
to pay but $8.25 a year In taxes to
pay that back. It would be a poor
specimen of nn educated man or wo-
man who did not pay much more
than that." If he did not pay one
penny in direct taxes he would pay'
several times what his education cost
in the taxes paid by him through !
his landlord his butcher grocer j
clothier dentist druggist bexit and
shoo dealer street railway and a
multitude of other people whom he I
patronizes in various ways. I
"The goeid education of a boy or j
girl then I say Is tho biggest in-1
vestment that taxpayers can make.
And the reason I am hero toduy Is
because of the vast possibilities your
school offers for growth and devel-
opment tif the new In edui'atlon."
INTRASTATE! SHIPPKU APIEAIS
FROM CORPORATION (OMMIS-
SION TO 81TRKMK I'OIRT
Oklahoma City Dec. 1. The Okla
homa Portland Cement Company of j
Dewey today filed with the state j
corporation commission a petition ap-
pealing to the s'.nte supreme court
from the rate recently awarded by i
the commission to the St. Louis and
San Francisco railroad on hauling
crushed stone from the lomimny's1
quarry at Lawrence Oklahoma to I
the mill nt Ada. The commission
granted a rate of 20 cents per ton.
The Mark ot Hlehesl AitUtry
You can purchase one of these
In 14 and 18 karat solid gold
nnd In platinum for no mora
than you usually pay for u
"For (irurn Watches"
Pent Office Illmk
lly KITH NOLAN
Theo Karle who will
Convention Hall December
Theo Karle. America's greatest ten-
or who will appear in concert at
the Convention Hall IVcember 9 un-
der the auspices of the American
legion .benefit of tho Red Cross.
Dance at Country Club
The Uornick Hills Country club will
give their postponed Thanksgiving
lance ut the club tomorrow evening.
Anniiaf Razanr Tomorrow
The Women's Auxiliary of the First
Presbyterian church will give their
annual bazaar at tho church to-
morrow afternoon beginning prompt-
ly at 2 o'clock.
tI(riilge Club Meeting Posl pencil
The Priclge Club will meet Friday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock nt the
home of Mrs. ('. I. Anderson. 227
C street southwest instead of Thurs-
day ns previously announced.
Honoring Mrs. Westley
Miss Louise Farthing and Mrs. P.
H. llurrison entertained very delight-
fully with a misconineoiis shower in
the home ot the former P. and Fourth
streets northwest last evening lion-
A one-half price suit
sale that's different!
Different not because of price
particularly but because they
are not ordinary suits in any
sense of the word typically
Navy Tricotines Veldynes in navy
brown black and gray.
All are masterfully tailored and finished
with various pleasing trims a few have
luxurious fur on them.
The prices range from $65.00 to $225.00
You can't possibly get suits of this fine qual-
ity elsewhere for so small a price.
BUY NOW! They can't last long!
orlrg Mrs. Franklin Westley a bride j
of this week.
T!he home was attractively decorated
with yellow and white chrysanthe-
Music and dancing fcaturoel the
events of the evening after which a
buffet luncheon was enjoyed.
The bride receive.! many beautiful
Mrs. A. L. Rice and son. Jack
have returned from Oklahoma City
where they have been visiting with
friends and relatives for tho past
Mrs. Ivey Johnson is In Madill hav-
ing accompanied her daughter who
Is returning to school in St. I.ouls
Mo. as far ns that point.
Mrs.Katherlne rrady ot McDonald
Pennsylvania who has boon the guest
of her sons Messrs H. A. and J. F.
Bradley nnd families for the past few
days left for her home yesterday.
En route she will bo the guest of
relatives Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Mev
Keevers at Tulsa.
Misses Maurlne Easloy Vyda Rooth
and guest. Miss P.etty Louise Nolan
have returned to Sherman. Texas
where Uiey nro attending Kidd-Kc)
college after spending the holidays
here with friends and relatives.
I-aelles Aid Soelely
The Young Ladies' Aid Society of
the First Presbyterian church will
give their annual bazaar In connec-
tion with the Women's Auxiliary at
the church tomorrow afternoon.
AMERICA'S HOME SHOE POLISH
Protects and Reserves While U Shines
SHINOIJA lOcJEverrwhexe '
iWEUiNESDAV DECEMBER 1 1!J2U.
"Only One Thing
Breaks My Cold"
"That's Dr. Kinft's New Dis-
coverjv for Fifty Years i.
a Col J -Breaker" I
TIME-TRIED for fifty yean and
never more popular than today.
Nothing but the relief it gives from
stubborn old colds anil on-rushing
new ones urippe and throat-torturinfi
coughs could have made Dr. King's
New Discovery the standard remedy ic
is today. No harmful drugs.
Always reliable and good for tho
whole family. I las a convincing heal-
ing taste with all its good medicinal
realities. At all druggists 60 cents
$1.20 a bottle.
For colds andcougad
The Results of Constipation
are sick headaches biliousness sallow
skin waste matter in the intestinal
system. Correct this health-tinder-mining
condition by taking Dr. King's
Tills. Feel 'pood every day. Keep
the system clean and virile. Same '
old price 25 cents. All druggists.
Fse Ardmoreite want nils for quick
D. Prompt! Wont Gripe
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