Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 106, Ed. 1 Monday, February 14, 1921 Page: 3 of 8
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MONDAY FEBRUARY 14 1921.
THE DAILY ARDMORE1TE
LET US LINK OUR SUCCESS WITH YOURS
THE OPENING OF AN ACCOUNT
STATE NATIONAL BANK
Brings you a Business Friend. Cour-
teous and helpful service at your
command that is. limited only by
We invite you to make this bank
YOUR BUSINESS FRIEND
(From Local and South Oklahoma Fields)
Oil Market Quotatkms
Pennsylvania . - J4.2i
Somerset . 8.75
North Lima . 8.73
oiuh Lima 3.73
Indiana . ----- 3.33
Duncan .......... . .- 1.75
Cumauche . 1.75
Hurkburnett ..................... 1.75
HEWITT FIELD DAILY
The total daily production of the
Hewitt field took a drop during tbe
week ending February 1.1th and reach-
ed 29179 barrels which shows a de-
crease of 1220 less than the total
dally production d-urlng the previous
wck During the week there were 73
Wells drilling and 423 wells producing.
Drilling wells show a decrease of 13
due to the fact that there are a
iion or more wells In the field shut
down on top ot the sand. There were
42S Well9 producing.
The reports of the producing com
I'flnies In tha field were as follows:
Carter Oil Company had a total
daily production of 4773 barrels 23
wells driHing and 7ft wells produc-
ing. Humble Oil ind Refining Company
had a total daily production of 4654
barrels 11 wells drilling and 43 wells
Wolverine Oil Company had a total
dally 'production of 3444 barrels 11
wells drilling and 63 wells producing.
Skelly Oil Company had a total daily
production of 3.003 barrels 3 wells
(rilling and 35 wells producing.
B. A. Simp:-on et al had a total
dally production of 2.25 barrels 1
well drilling and IV wells producing.
Westheimer arJ Daube had a total
dally production ot 2061 barrels 1
well drilling and 43 wells producing.
Magnolia Petroleum Company had
a total dally production of 1.C93 bar-
rels 7 wells drilling and 14 wells
The Texas Company hud a total
tially production of 1.490 barrels S
wells drilling and 24 wells producing.
Wirt Franklin bad a total dally
lurovlllctloii t 1.104 barrels 2 wells
Orllling and 27 wells producing.
Miscellaneous operators had a total
dally production of 4.8S0 barrels I
wells drilling and 70 wells producing.
HEWITT FIELD OPERATIONS
Tbe Texas Company No. 0 on the
Denny farm In aertion 27 4a-2w is
rlpglng up at I960 feet.
'line Texas Company No. 10 on the
DlllaiO fann In srctlon 27 4s-2w
in drilling at 22S0 feet.'
The Ttius Company No. 4 on the
I.. Nolan farm In sertion 23 4s-2w Is
drilling at 1030 feet.
No. 5 Is tolling fir 10-inch casing
at 1100 feet
No. 0 It drilling at 13.7 feet.
Strawn and Maker
gtrutvn and Baker No. & Is on top
of the tand at a depth of 1133 .feet
and it pulling the big pipe.
No. 5A has cemented the i'i Inch
casing at 1741 feet.
No. CA is drilling at '1704 feel.
No. IA U drilling at 1721 reel.
Gales Oil Company
Gates Oil Company No. 2 Is pro
duclog 40 barrels from a mind at a
oeptb of IIS j-fOL'O feet on the Jack
won. farm In wcllon 1. 4-2w.
No. 3 is oYlllinx in 4 he mtnj at a
depth of 1490-15CO feet and U still In
No. 4 Is a rig
iSTASTRRn OIL CITS GASOUVE
IN NEW YORK TWO CKNTS
New York FVb. 14. The WsndurJ
OU Company ot New Tork today re
tdtrcwl tbt price of gasoline two cents
a gal on making the wholesale price
!l cent. This IS a drop of 3 cents
from tit l. gh mark of 31 cents
rracbtJ in 1.'0
Kerosene Was nho r'h)rJ one cent
t fallon making the . l tie price
1'rlnceton . 3.7?
Kansas and Oklahoma 1.75
Hewitt . . 1.75
Corsica na Light 150
Electra .... . ....... 1.75
Henryetta .......... ........ 1.75
Moran ..... . .... ... 1.75
Caddo (heavy) 2.5(1
Corning ......... ' 3.50
Corsicana Heavy . .......... .75
NortheaM of Hewitt
Burk Louisiana Oil Company on
the Forte farm in section 31 :is-2v
is a rig. .
Skelly and SaJikey
Skelly and Sankey No. 1 on the
Cox farm in section 15 4s-2w la
drilling at 955 feet.
Wolverine Oil Company
Wolverine Oil Company No. 3 on
the Dillard farm In section 22 4s-2w
is cleaning out at a depth of 1745
No. 34 U tearing down the rig.
No. 66 Is swabbing and bailing 225
No. 67 is agitating.
No. 63 reached the top of jhe sand
at a depth of 1917 feet ani ' pulling
the big pipe.
No. 69 Is drilling at 1670 feet.
No. 72 is balling at 1622 feet.
No. 75 is a rig waiting on an off-
set to drill in.
No. 76 is cemented at 1162 feet.
No. 77 Is tearing down the rotary
tools at 2051 feet.
No. 73 Is running the 8'i Inch cas-
ing at a depth ot 1350 feet.
No. 79 Is cemented at 1814 feet.
No. SO Is drilling at 53 feet.
No. 31 Is drilling at 1735 feet.
No. 82 is drilling at 5$ feet.
Nos. 83 and 84 are rigt.
Section 14 4-2w
Wrrt Franklin has cemented the
8 3-16 Inch casing on the McClure
farm in section 14 4s-2w at a deptu
ot 2461 feet. This welt is at a total
depth ot 2469 feet.
Wirt Franklin No. 7. on tbe Dil-
lard fann in section 22 4-2w lias
set the 8H Inch casing ut 1B72 feet.
Troop Farm Section 2.1
Templeton Oil ' Company No. 1
on tbe Troop farm lit section 25
4t-2w Is shut down at 2"50 feet.
Cllmer Oil Company on the M. D.
Smith farm In section 23 4s-2w if
shut down at 2300 feet.
No. Ms a rig.
Smith and Davis Farm
Clark Brothers on the Smith and
Davis farm In section 23. 4s-2w
Is shut down at 1250 feet.
Southeast of Hewitt
Hud-on-Oilliam-Colin well ou the
Hart farm. In section 25 4s-2w Is rig-
ging 'U'p standard tools. The well Is
producing 150 barrels from a sand at
a depth ot 2320 feet.
Cvline-Cheok-Cooner No. 1 on the
Simon Westheimer farm In section
36 4s-2w offsetting the Hudson-Gil-lam-Collne
is rigging up rotary tools.
Rockland Oil Company
r.ocklnml Oil Company No. 7 on the
Ketcll and Wallace farm In neclion 22
4-2w Is drlllln at 1030 feet.
IlMroat Farm -Section 13
Coitonbelt Petroleum Company No.
2 on the Opal Rerroat farm In sec-
lion 13 4--2w 1 producing 100 bar-
rels from a cand at a depth of 1334
No. I Is producing 30 earrtls at
No. 4 Is drilling at 140 fee. ;
D. A. Simpsan
B. A. Simpson No. 3A on the R. C.
Martin farm In section IS. 4t-2sr Is '
drilling at 200 feet.
No. 3 A Is a rig. ;
Shut Down Section 17 I
Westheimer ami Daube No. L on
the Westheimer and Daube farm In
section 17 4s-2w Is shut down at
S6I0 fist. v
Wntheltner and Daube
Wstlhiimer and Daubs No. 1 reaih
ed the top of the sinj ot a depth
of 1396-1410 fet aud I now on top
ot tbe second sand at 1C15 feet.
No. 3 is shut down on top ot the
tand at 1940 feet.
No. 0 Is shut down on top of the
sand at 2034 feet.
drilling Deeper 'on N'omlruff
Westheimer ond Daulje No. 7 on
the Wooxiruff farm in section 15.
le rigfrlnff up to drill deeper at 1400
No. 8 la' shut down in a sand at a
depth ot lStti4-lT0 feet.
Humble-Bennett 3 in Sand
Humble Oil and Refining Company
No. 3 no the Bennett faitn in sec-
tion IS 4s-2w is shut down in the
rand at u depth ot 2 DOS -'Jul 3 feet.
Utuublo on Perkins Farm
Humble Oil and Rflinlnjt Company
No. 3 on the Perkins farm in sec-
tion 15 4s-2w it drilling at 1765
No. 4 is drilling ut lCy." feet.
No. 5 Is drilling at 1005 feot.
No. C is bulWIng the rig.
No. 7 is drilling ot 1170 feet.
Humble Location In '16
Humble Oil and Kefinlng Company
I clearing; the timbers on Its new
location ou tin C. J. Clili farm In
section 20 4a-2w offsetting the HuU-son-C!lllam-Collne
KIC. OF" HITVCIJSV DEEP TEST
Bl'KXKD DOWN TU1S MORNING
The rig of the Huntley deep teat
well drilling near the- cenler of sec-
tion 1 2s-5v wan burned to the
ground ut about 1:30 o'clock this
morning -when a gus pocket was un-
expectedly drilled Into. Thia is the
second time the rig of this well has
been twrntsj down on account of the
same cause The rig is being re
The Yellow Hills well nine miles
west of MatHll is drilling at a deptfi
of 1017 feet. ( Geologists claim that
although the well has riot had any
show of oil nevertheless the forma-
tion looks very promising.
PROMINENT EASTKKX ENGINEER
WSITLNG LOCAL OIL OPERATOR
Ceorge S. Freeman of Easton Pa.
Is in this city a.i a gu?it of E. H.
Royor the local oil operator. Mr.
Freeman is a civil engineer onO
graduate of Lafayette College) at East-
on Pa. clans of 1S16. He Is a mem-
ber of a very prominent eastern fam-
ily which originally hailed from Eng-
land. Mr. Freeman may locate in
W. Shrivcr of Tulsa was here
hint night having driven here from
Duncan. He is drilling on the Blay-
des farm in section 29-ls-Sw In the
Duncan field and has a well on
top ot tt sand. Mr. Shrivcr left
here today for Dallas.
Carter Oil Company No. 1 Dillard
In section 10-4s-2w in the Hewitt
field has reached a depth of 1970
Carter Oil Company In suction 26-4s-2w
one quarter of a mi south
ot proJuction in the Hexitt field
has reached a depth of 2700 feet and
the six Inch pipe is being run.
Judge Robert M. Rainey- former
chief justice of the Oklahoma Su-
preme court Is here us one of tbe
attorneys in the Whayne-Seamans
Roy Carmichael of Heldton was
mingling hero today with members
ot the Ardmore oil fraternity.
- C. E. Stuart of Oklahoma City one
of the best known lawyers ot Okla-
homa Is here with his brother G. W.
Stuart ot the First National Bank.
Mr. Stuart Is an attorney In the
Whayne-Seamuns case that Is before
the district court.
An old timer in the oil business in
speaking of the advance that has
been made In Ranger crude says that
Ranger oil is as good as Pennsylvania
oil that it has a paraffine bxie is (
gravity of from 33 to 41 und turn
out from 30 to 25 per cent gasoline.
That a company was being organized
to builvl storage and hold this oil
end the large oil organizations not
wishing fur the oil to pass into the
hands of others raised the price to in
duce producers to sell to them.
Ine Star Gas Company has com-
pleted a Wi'il In section 14-Ss-jw in
the Loco flcM. The dep'h i 761
feet aud the production is 22.000000
fee of Cifi. The drilling was doue
by the Sht-iver-FuiUiiii liri!:i-i Com-
pany. Frank L. Ketch owns n 20-acro
tract In close proximity to the dis-
covery well in the Gant field near
Duncan and hus arranged with Hugh
Sturm to develop his property. It U
said that drilling operation will be
s timed at once.
L. C. Hivlck Is the owner of a quar-
ter section near the discovery well in
the Gant field that has Jut been
discovered near Duncan an.l It is
Muted that Mr. 1 livid; will begin the
development of his lease within a
(.'. G. Cox of Die National Supply
Company is here from his home ut
Lawton. Mr. Cox recently returned
from his native state Pennsylvania
where h was callrd .n account ot
the death of his father. The funeral
was hell two weeks ago.
W. O. Welmer ct Kansas City Is an
Ardmore visitor. Mr. Welmer Is one
of the litigants In the Wbayne-Sea-
FOX RIG CO.
Phon No. 7
Phone No. 32
mans cae in tbe district court tills
tek that involves a lease estimated
to be worth a quarter of a million
Kent V. Kay an attorney f Mc-
Aleuter is here to take part in the
trial of the Whayne-Seamuna case.
R. S. Cate an attorney of Musko-
gee is here to take part in the trial
of the Whayne-Seamana cane.
.lames Erastell president of the
Elack Panther Oil Company is here
from Oklahoma City to appear as a
witnes4 in the Whayne-Seainans case.
Joe Lathrop has returned from
business trip t- Tulsa.
V. L. P.eed of this City Statu Bank
at Wilson visited with his family in
the city yesterday.
Alva L. McDonald. N. A. Nichols
A. T. March and C. A. IJeVlve ore
registered ot Hotel Ardmore from Kl
W. H. Koltn is here representing the
Roardman Company of Oklahoma City
vhich company builds wel'jed oil and
gasoline tanks tor gasoline filling sta-
The National Supply Company 1
moving one ot Its supply houses from
the Onage country to Duncan. The
material Is now being shipped and
the Duncan house will noon be ready
for the Duncan operators
The big Hamon gasser in section
l4-ls-w. In the Duncan field Is now
under control. This is said1 to be on
of the greatest gas wells ever drilled
in the country. The production is es-
timuted ut something like one hund-
red million feet.
The discovery well in the Cant field
owned by Walter Cant and others In
section 25-ln-9w near Duncan is flow-
ing through the eight Inch pipe every
thirty minutes and is conservatively
estimated as a 1000 barrel well. The
sand has been penetrated a depth of
Scofield Bible 11 ass
The Scofield Bible Class met Monday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Con-
rad. Roll wan called nnd all an-
swered with quotations from the Bible.
Mrs. Eatson led the lesson. The fol-
lowing ladies were on the program:
Mrs. Campbell "Israelites Crossing
the Red Sea."
Mrs. Carroll "Song of Moses."
Mim. Conrad "The Manna Given."
Mrs. W. W. Smith ".lethro."
Mini Keller "Moses on Mt. Signal."
Mrs. L. B. Smith "The Ten Coin-
mandtnents." Presbyterian Auxiliary Club
The Auxiliary Club of the Preshy.
terhin church met with Mrs. C. E.
Morris yesterday afternoon. The leader
was Miss Bottle Black. The subject
of the lesson was "Day in and Day
Out in Korea." A very interesting
lesson was rendered. The club will
meet next time with Mrs. Dave Sel-
vidge on February 22.
Statts Dotirghly of Wynnewood was
In' Marietta yesterday visiting with
Fred I.ungley left yesterday for
Duncan where he will make his
Miss Pearl Blackburn of Oklahoma
City who lin been here the post
few days visiting with her sister
Mrs. Joe Burney nd other friends
nnd ii-latives returned home yester-
day. Miss Lucille Berry who teaches
school at Oswalt was In Marietta
yesterday on her way to Oklahoma
City to attend the teachers' meeting.
B. Tylor iA Loves Valley was In
Marietta yesterd.iy on business.
Oscar Kellcy ot Stafford Texas
who has been here the past few days
visiting with his brother returned
George Leeper of Loves Valley was
In Marietta yesterday.
Mrs. W. A. Thompson was In Ar
more thlu week.
Walter Adcork of Thackervllle was
In Marietta yesterday.
C. A. Crowley of Norman Vas in
Marietta yesterday on business and
also visiting with his daughter.
CARD OF THANKS
We want to express our heartfelt thanks
and gratitude to all of our friends
who were so ttood to us In our great
sorrow when we lost our precious
mother and for the many beuutiful
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chandler.
Mr. und Mis. if. B. Wlllielm.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houston. Jr.
Mies Lily Houston.
FOR BU ECZEMA
Apply Zemo the Clean An
tiseptic Liquid Easy to Use ;
Does Not Stain
Creasy salves and ointments should
not be applied if good clear skin is
wanted. From any dnign'tat for 35c or
(1.00 for large size Ret a bottle of Zemo.
When applied as directed it effectively
removes eczema quickly stops itching
and heals skin troubles olio sores
burns wounds ond chafing. It pene-
trates cleanses and soothes. Zemo is
0 clean dependable and inexpensive
antiseptic liquid. Try it. as we believe
nothing you have ever used is as etlec
live and satisfying.
Tbt S W. Rose Co Cleveland O.
CHARLES W. BAKER
CARTER COUNTY EX-
SERVICE MAN DIES
IN NEW MEXICO
Charles W. Baker ex-service man
died ut Fort Eiayard New Mexico
Sunday according to information re-
ceived by Mrs. C. G. Squires secretary
Carter county chapter American Ked
Deceased was 24 years old. He was
born in Springfield Mo. but hud made
his home In Ardmore and Carter coun-
ty several years before entering the
service. He entered the service Sep-
tember 1S17 and served until De-
cember. 1918 with battery II 243rd
infantry until that organization went
overseas. On account of physical dis-
ability ha was not uccepted for over-
seas service and was transferred to a
Since July 12() Mr. Baker hud
been under the care of the local Hed
Cross. He wus first sent to Houston
Texas where he remained four months
but on account of the climate and
other conditions lie left this hospital
and returned to Ardmore shortly be-
fore Christmas. The Ked Cross later
sent him to Oklahoma City for ex-
amination and transfer and two
weeks ago tomorrow he was sent to
Fort Bayard New Mexico He arrived
In very serious condition after the
Ions Journey despite that every at-
tlon was given him. He was sent
there In a stateroom with a physician
lit attendance the local Red Cross
paying all expenses. He is survived
bv a widow.
'The body will be sent to this city
for burial but funeral arrangements
have not been made.
STOP AND SHOP ALIXWS A IB
PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL
PURCHASES MONDAY ITESDA
AND WEDNESDAY THIS WEEK.
LOCATED RANDOL HOTEL. adv.
Determined to Break up Tislol Tolins
Muskogee Okla. Feb. 14. Declaring
the city ordinance Is inadequa'e in its
penalties Chief of Police l'-J ba-
loney announced today that in order
to break tip "gun toting" pistol car-
riers in the future will be tried in
the county court. The city ordinsnce
prescribes a maximum fine of $19.90.
The state law over which the county
court has Jurisdiction provides a
GUARANTEED ALL COTTON
MATTRESS WHILE THEY LAST.
$3.45. Mclaughlins furniture
co. 203 caddo. phone c"8. 10-c
Archbishop Sails For Rome
Philadelphia Feb. 14. Archbishop
Dennis .1. Dougherty who Is to be
elevated to the cordlnalate next month
has definitely decided to leave for
Rome next Saturday sailing from New
Tork on the steamship Neuew Amster-
dam. Ho will bo accompanied by sev-
eral priests from the Philadelphia
PLANT YOUR SWEET PEAS IN
PKR-U-AKY. (TET THEM AT FOS
TER'S. ALL GARDEN SEED AND
FK.M SEED. PHONE 179. U-
Section Men's Wages Cut
Fort Worih. Texas Feb. 14. Track
workers on the St. Louis and San
Francisco railroad system whose
wages were reduced thin week from
42 nts to 25 cents per hour will
consider possible future action at a
meeting here Sunday Secretary of
the local maintenance of way broth-
erhood sail today. Meantime the men
will remain at work.
New York. The professional viano
playing carreer of the worKr famous
Padercwskl Is ot an eml. He con-
firmed his announced retirement upon
his arrival here.
$18.50 and $20.00
Easily cleaned no dirt
-no lint. Has been
tried out and found to
be a wonderful nig.
A. B. RAWLINS CO.
BIG SALE BULLETIN -
We could not wait on the people Friday and
Saturday but promise better service in the future.
Greatest price cutting of the season. Watch for
Big Hourly Specials.
Tuesday from 2:30 to 3:30 six yards Best Outing
Same hourMen's Ties 19c.
Wednesday from 2:30 to 3:30 six yardj Best
Canton Flannel 45c.
Men's beautiful 4-in-hand Ties same hour 19e.
Come every day or you lose.
TAKE A HAND IN IT.
MUCH OF INTEREST
AT STATE MEETING
OF TEACHERS IN
Minn Julia Davis supervisor of
grades. Ardmore Public Schools who
attended the state teachers' meeting
nt Oklahoma City the latter part of
the week reports that the meeting
was attended by as many as 7000
teachers and th:it throughout the
meeting a splendid spirit of enthusi-
asm was manifested.
Among llie outstanding teuton's
were the plans for and an educational
survey of the state towuidi the es-
tablishment of n mote scientific course
of study; the passing of a resolution
endorsing tho suggestion made by
Bishop Edwin Mouzon that the Bible
should be taught in the echool. This
is also in keeping with a suggestion
made by C. W. Richards superintend-
ent of Ardmore schools who recently
made til" Ptatement that the teaching
of the Bilile was of a great deal more
importance in his opinion than Latin
Another speaker. Dr. V.. V.. Bryan
in an address on "The Unfinished
Task" emphasized the Importance of
the development of the spiritual life.
Miss Duvls said Dr. Bryan stating
that "Materials are valueless when
they fall to contribute to higher vul-
ues. Our motto now is 'Live and Help
Live' we have gone beyond 'Live nnd
Let Live.' " There wen many help-
fill suggestions made throughout the
entire program Miss Davis said.
Olher Ardmore. teachers who at-
tended the meeting were Miss Ilea
Wolverton supervisor of penmanship
who was on the progum; Mr. Reltz
of the Manual Training Department;
H. Dj Rinsland vocational guidance
director; the Misses Scales and Wil-
lard of Fourth Ward and Miss Lu-
cile Adams departmental teacher of
A large number of county teachers
accompanied by Miss Kate Gait Za-
nies. Buperintendent ulso attended the
NOTICE K. OF P.
THERE WILL P.E A DANCE ON
WEDNESDAY EVENING. FEBRU-
ARY 1(1. MUSIC FURNISHED BY
MICKEY'S .1 A.ZOPATERS.
14-3 ENTERTAINMENT COM.
GUARANTEED ALL COTTON
MATTRESS. WHILE THEY LAST.
t5.45. McLaughlins furniture
CO.. 103 CADDO. PHONE 3'K. ltl-6
Oklahoma Man Killed in Texas
W.ixahachie Texas Feb. 14. John
Hendren 65 Oklahoma City was kill-
ed and N. D. Woodward. 60. Lincoln
Nebraska seriously Injured yester-
day when their automobile overturned
according to reports from Italy Tex-
as today. The accident occurred be-
tween Italy and Mllford. Woodward
and Herndon were en route overland
ao south Texas.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Six beautiful building
sites located three In northwest
and three In southwest Ardmore.
Two are corner lots with south and
east fronts; one a corner with
northeast front; one north front;
one south and one east front. Each
of these are located and priced
right and will be shown by ap-
pointment. Office phone 355 home
phone 910. 14-3
I As preventive melt and io
I bole night and morning
V Vapo Rud
Over 17 Million Jin Und Yeatis
ELKS TO PUT ON
FOR MARCH 7 AND 8
All who witnessed the Elk's Min-
strels which were presented here by
the local organization lust year will
be pleased to ham that Out "Bills"
will present a similar entertainment
this year on March 7th and 8th at
the Palace Theatre. This year's min-
strel will be "bigger and bttr"
Clint Draper t.f the theatrical firm
of Miller and Diaper of New Tork
t :ty has been engaged to direct the
local footlight trippers of the light
fantastic and IS expected to arrive in
this city soon. Mr. Draper Is" known
as one of the most efficient men of
his profession In this country and
one th local Klks are fortunate in
having been able to secure his
Tlie majority o( the members who
performed In the cast lust year Will
again "play u return engagement"
when the curtain rises during the
next presentment aud some fine work
miiy be expected of them for they are
no longer "umatoors" but at leust
seini-profosslonuls. The ouly Infer-
ence given by come of the members
of the last year's cast that they wdl
not appear was to the effect that
"they were growing older" but Grand
Exalted Ruler Robert Gardenhlre
states that ho will "turn back the
universe" for these actors and tbeir
return to the stage Is an assured fsot.
The music for the performances
will bo the beBt available.
Announcement as to who will com-
pose the personnel of the cast will
be announced soon.
CHILD KILLED BY
Okmulgee Okla. Feb. 14. The nine
months old infant of Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Youcham of Bixby was Instantly
killed Sunday morning on the Bald
Hill road IS miles northeast of Ok-
mulgee when It fell from Its moth-
er's arms out of a cur driven by Mr.
Yoachum just before the Yoacbam
car collided with an automobile driven
by Clarence Rodeman.
Another woman and two other chil-
dren occupied the Youcham car with
Mr. and Mrs. Yoacham and their
child. Mrs. Rodeman occupied the
car driven by her husband. None of
the other occupants of tbe automobiles
were Injured but both cars were
wrecked in the collision.
NOTICE K. OF P.
THERE WILL BE A DANCE O.N
WEDNESDAY EVENING. FEBRU-
ARY 16. MUSIC FURNISHED BY
11-3 ENTERTAINMENT COM.
'It Is a doctor's prescription and
has been thoroughly tested tbrouzt
years of use In treating eczema and
similar sklu ills. Combining on!)
tbe purest and gentlest IngredleDU
it is specially suited to delicate skin
or irritated iuflwued surfaces. It
promptly relieves Itching and burn-
ing aud Kutten the Aeoiin. Aided
by Kesinol Soap tbe relief Is even
more prompt." Reslnol products at
young and tender.
Alfalfa Hay. Feed.
Groceries and Everything.
JOHN R. POLLOCK M. D.
Tye Far Note and Throat
Office. I'ulure Theater HIJg.
Phone: l.irfe rUM; hesldmi-e Z3C3
Ufflee Hour S to 12; 1 to 6.
Ardmore Dry Cleaning and
ZX West Main Street
Expert workmanship; prompt ssrvlc
Is tbe foundation of our balnss.'
Uats cleaned and blocks!
Tea ma'am ws clean and repair ruga.
WOO DAP. D
W. S. HANCOCK
Ey Tested. Ola Kitted.
Uftlce Hours S to 6.
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Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 106, Ed. 1 Monday, February 14, 1921, newspaper, February 14, 1921; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc158750/m1/3/: accessed April 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.