Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 152, Ed. 1 Friday, April 8, 1921 Page: 3 of 8
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FRIDAY APRIL 8 1921.
H. C. Filling His Own
Porter. 0. S. The Harvester. J
J'orter. Ci. S. Michael O'llalloran. !
Prentis. Mrs. K. Stepping Heavtii-
warj. I'ryce Richard Elementary Jane.
Putnam X. V. Esmeralda or Kvery
l.iii Bit Helps.
Halne V. M . A Man Four-Square.
Kaine W. M. The Yukon Trail 2
Raymond. Clifford One of Three
llfado Charles The Cloister and the
RrnJe Charles C.riffiUli Gaunt 2
Reeve A. B. Tile BrHt Ghost SU-ries.
Kefs A. J. The Shrieking Pit.
Reynolds Mrs. Billie The King's
Reynolds Katherine Green Vailey.
Rice A. S. Miss Mink's Soldier and
Rice A. H. Mrs. Wiggs of the Cab-
Richmond O. S. Red and Black.
Uinehart M. R. K.
Rlnehort M. R. Love Stories.
Rintfaarl M R. Tlsh.
Rives H. E Satan Sanderson
Robins Elizabeth Camilla.
Roche R. M. The Children of the
Roser C. M. .loan at Halfway.
Rohmer Pax 'Dope.
Rohmer Sax The Quest of the Sac-
Roiland Romain Jean-Christophe.
RollunM Rornain Jean-Christophe in
Rnilatid R o m a 1 n Jean-Christophe
Sawyer Ruth Herself Himself and
iSchock. Gerog Hearts Contending.
Schultz Jeanne Colette.
Schwa rt?. J. A. Rlinor's College Ca-
reer. Scott Sir Walter The Abbott.
Scott Sir Walter Anne of Olersteln.
Swtt Sir Walter The Antiquary.
Scolt Sir Walter The Betrothed.
Scttt Sir Walter Tae Black Lwarf.
Mid; A Legend of Montrose.
Sootf Sir Walter The Bride of Lam.
Scott. Sir Walter Count Robert of
Scjrt. Sir Walter The Fair Maid of
Scolt Sir Wallei The Fortunes of
Scott. Sir WalUr Guy Mannerini.; 1!
' ?e'.t Sir Walter The Heart ot-MU-I'.'.thiun.
Svott Sir Walter Ivanhoe 3 cop.
Scott Sir Walter The Monastery.
Scott Sir Walter-OIJ Mortality
L-cotl Sir Walter Peveril of the
Scott. Sir Walter Quenlin LMrwar.1.
SYP.ri SK PKOFKOH 1
Who SHOT Vt.W IN HIS
OrKltK l kll.I.KD Sfcl J-'
Sir Walter Redsaiintlet.
Scott Sir Walter Rob Roy ' cop.
Scott. Sir Walter St. Ronan'a Well.
Scott Sir WaRer The Surgeon's
1 'unvlitor. and; CusiU Tjunseruus.
nr. Sir Walter Wuveiiy.
S.j.i. Sir Walter Wood-took.
S.dLTvii.k. A. D. The Confounding of
U Tl.e P.esuuu.
The LuJy of .My?ter
S Jjttick. A
H. Tha Knishti of the
H. Pan Michael.
G. The WlliU-etf
S.M-lair. R. W. liij Timber.
Sim-luir. May Mary Olivier: a Life
Smith A L. H. Spear" or Destiny.
Smith. C. A: L'hon Stjue". Old and
.New ? COP.
Sl'illll 1.1. A. The
:riu!i. H. J.-Th
Snalih. J. C The Time Spirit.
Sne-Jeker C. 1.'. The Spartan
i'.earman P. II. irnlie Dawes
S.acti.le H. Dev. The beach of
2 ii -amn.
.'1. F. A Marrnnduke.
Sicpl.tn P.. N. The Continental
Crown vf Life.
Otl)r Side of
h ' .. '. :fl I
Irs? ""xl '-if
ARer hroodini? over the "injustice"
of his dismissnl from the staff of the
School of Eusincss Administration Sy-
racuse University Professor Holmes
Ockwith shot and killed John II. Whar-
ton dean of the school and then ended
his own life. The .trageUy occurred in
Dean Wharton's office. In farewell
notes to relatives and other persons
Bockwlth expressed confidence that he
would le "vindicated in tho end" al-
though lie did not "expect much more
lustice in death than in life." Within
the last nine years Beekwtth has been
dismissed from nine positions.
CAST CALLS FOR A
BSC. WHEAT CROP
Washington April 8. Forecast of a
winter wheat i:rop of about 0-1 million
butibeJj was inadu today by the de-
partment of agriculture Uisiii its es-
timate on the condition of the crop
April 1 which was Sl.U per cent of a
There was an iueruise of 3.1 points in
condition from Lc. 1 last to April 1
this year compared with an average
decline of 4.K points between those
dates In the last ten years.
The production forecast is based upon
the average planted last fall on 111
assumption of the average abandon-
ment and average Influences on the
crop to harvest.
Production ot rye was forecast as
606386000 bushels from a condition of
90. S per cent of a normal.
Winter wheat condition April 1 las:
year was "5.6 per cent of a normal
and production 577763.000 bushels. On
April 1 1919 it was 99.9 per cent and
production 723560000 while the ten
year average condition is 73.45 per cent.
Rye condition a y;;ar ago was 6.8 per
cent ot a normal and production S890!).-
000 bushels and tho ton year average
condition Is 88.4.
Winter wheat condition by principal
producing states was.
Missouri 93; Nebraska 93; Kansas
tJ.: Texai S8: Ohio S7; Indiana. 9
Illinois .Michigan lu; Washington
Swinnerton Frank September.
Tallentyre S. G. Love Laughs last.
Tarkington Beth Cherry.
Ta rldngton P.oot h Penrort.
Tarkington Booth Pernod and Sam.
Tarkinston Booth The Turmoil.
Taylor K. H. Barbara of Baltimore.
Tcrhune A. P. Fortune.
Thanct Octave Knitters in th Sun.
Thanei Octave Stories of a Western
Tracy LouiH -The Bartlelt Mystery.
Tracy Iuis Diana of t':e Moore-
Vuchcll VI. A Fixhplnsle.
Vaiey Mrs. C. H.Bly Trevtr.
iazey Mrs. G. II An Unknown
Vallcttoil I.!. The Heart of Alsace.
'anarJy Vaiick Something Doing.
Van l.'yke H. The Blue Flower.'
Van Chak-k. G. Tiie Ptoce of Roar-
Van Schaick G.--The Son of the Ot-
ter. Van Vorst. M. Fairfax and His Pri'Je.
Wade II. A. In tho Shadow of
Wallace Ia'W Ben Hur 2 cop.
Waller. M. F.. Out jf the silencea.
Wa Ibolc Hug'h Fort it tide.
Will jjrole. H Hi? h Jeremy.
Ward Mrs. H.-Flizabetb'd Cam-
paistn. Ward Mis. JI Kit ham Hou;e.
Word .Mis. H. 'Missing.'
Ward. Mis. H Sir Ceorgf Tres-ri-ly.
Warner Anna Susan Clegj; Her
Friend an"! Her N'iglbor.i.
Warner Anna Su.an Cleg-; and fler
Warner Anna Susan Clej und a
tian In the Houue.
Warner. C. D. The Gold-n Hou"e.
Warwick Anna The lie-t people.
Watson J. K The Mystery of the
Who Is Writinj
To Wihvaukee to
The "No Longer
IHics it jwy to advertise?
You tell 'tun enc.vclnpiiliu you
KOi the iufommiioii un' lnol.il. Some
time ago tlire loiicNtinie maidens In
Milwaukee indiled a litler to Iho
editor of the Anlmoreile askins him
lo inform the badieiors al large in
this diy and locality that Uiere
was a sol'Ii'ii opimrliinily awailinc
tliree of llieni In iiuugurate n de-
light ful rnrri'spomU-iire provided they
iild come up to certain spiM'ifica-
lions. Lvidi-nlly the plea was fruit-
ful as attested by the following
urn mimical inn.
To the Hditor or The ArJmoivlie:
Please accept our lienrlfell thanks
for your kindness in priming in your
laper the pica of three lonesome Mil-
waukee maids. Indeed you done so
well in stating our case that replies
were numerous ami we are happy
to know that wo need not lie lone-
somn any luii'.'iT. There surely must
be in your city of Anlnmre a lot of
bachelor Keullenien ami our one re-
gret Js that you do imt belong lo
that class for with your Kind In ai l
you surely must make a model hus-
band. Thanking you again for your kind-
ness we remain.
No longer Ioiichimiii'
M UU.F WOOD.
' ouu: Jiow.iKU.
The editor uf The Ardmureile is
I'acUng his brain tryini to guess
who the three Ardmnreitei are who
are sending mail to Milwaukee also
what the prospects are fur an invt.
tation to an early weddini; feast.
Anil some say it does not pay In
EdTLMATKU KHF-DS FOR THE
BOARD OF KOUCATIOX i"OR THE
CITY OF ARDMOKK COUNTY OF
C.ARTMR STATK OK OKIXHOMA
COMPRISING KCUOOL DISTIHCt
. NO. 3 9.
Financial .statement for tho fiscal
year beginning July t. 1921 and end-
ing June 30 1922 and estimated iu-
como und needs for current expenws
for the fiscal year beginning July 1..
1921 and ending June 30 1922 as re-
quired by Section 11 Chapter 226 (.II.
S. 418 Laws ot 1917.-
For salaries of superintendent
and teachers $155000.00
For office .supplies blunk
books printing etc 1 500.00
For sundry other expenses 6577.00
Fur school supplies 3200.00
Fur heat light power and
For maintenance of buildings
and groupds 3500.00
For library and school ap-
Fur furniture and fixtures.. 10.000.00
Fur purchase of aite and play
For truant officer 900.00
Fur Janitors 12000.00
Fur Interest and sinking-
Balance from last year $ 10000.00
State apportionment 9000.00
County Fuperlntendent 40.000. 00
Tuition and transfer fees 2.000. 00
Taxes (5t mills- C4.D3S.50
Balancw to be raised by ex
tra Uvy 82138.50
The ttounl of Education hereby calls
fur un election to be held on Tuesday
April 19 1921 for tho purpose ot vot-
ing the extra 7 mills on the assessed
valuation of real and personal prop
erty in Stliool District Number 19 f"r
the purpvfe of providing sufficient
funds for the budget as above out
lined Find election to lie held at the
t'itv Hall between the legal hours of
voting on the above named date for
the purpose above stated.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
W. It. Btirnltt President.
Attert: C. W. Richards Clerk.
(Published In Daily Ardmordle. April
8 10 11 and 12th 1921.)
Trenton. N. J. A vcoml aftem-pl at
th prevent legislative s-sslon to have
thi New .ler.;ev sena'e rfitifv the fed
oral prohibit ion amendment failed yes-
terd.iy through the lael; ol one Vote.
Such Is Life
"Rightei-n years ago I had) tliree
ribs broken fourteen years ago my
r.'sni leg: eleven years ago l" nearly
wi-nt over with typhoid fever and since
that have bad awf ul"stumach an'l liver
troubl. War' filled with gas nioft all
Me tune. I would have colic attacks so
bad as lo become unconscious. No med
icine helped me and doctors udvined an
operation. One day talking with a
stranger he recommended Muyr'a W-on
Vi ful Remedy which helpeJ me at
nee." It is a simple harmless prepa-
l at ion that removes the catarrhal mucus
from the Intestinal tract and ullavs the
I inflammation which causes practically
all e.tomach liver and intestinal ailments
Irielililine ant'eielieitis. Oil" do-' Will
lOiivmee or iiiun.-y n-funded. Frame
I 'i US Co. and diuvi-rts everywhere.
P. Rebecca's Prom lit.
U. L. Kidnapped. Three
Stephen.'! P.. N
5tev r.'jon. P.. I The Master of Bal-
Jaiitrae. Two copies.
.Sti-m-on R. L. Tiiw Merry Men
tiid Dr. Jekyll.
Stewart. K. P. Letters on un FH:
t" kley C Blue AlueJ.
FtOsl Un. F. P.. Tb . IlilliJlrJth
S'ow. r.J.th N'jik y the Jvvotl".
Stiiv.v. H P. O'.jtown Folks.
..ui."flr. FJttjid "Sjme OiJ till
ti.. Miibk!" To copici.
i'U'iri R. M Mjnah's Mr'Uniing
Hid Other SV-etcht".
:."(iWrt I: M. The Miuiy of 1 abett-
.- .v hi. Jonathan Oullli'fcr'ji TiaveN.
1 in c ie.
Swinr.ei kr. Frank Ti'.t Happv l-'arn-i:v
Mrs. M. P. Til den and
Otters Praie Swamp
Mr. TilJn who lives In UuU
Ctcek I.a. fy "Swamp Tonic it
the ben uifjicln I ever utcil and I
iHLtiot gel along without it''
Mr. John Plunkett who Htm In
(iote Olio. ay "1 know Swamp
Tunic can It relied on to cur rhiiU
i.r.d 1 would nevrr b without a bottU
in the home."
timer Park ii alo a baxter for till
iutuoui old tonic that rclitm to mnch
'tualnria. iifue chill etc. Mr. Park
fivi "Fvery hom should haft Swamp
Oilll Tonln In it. It U the on rrmedy
1bnt .ciitlvfly curta all forma of chills
E.W. S(o(glns Ems La. accident
1 ally ran acrons a bottlt of Swamp Chill
Tonic and writes us that hs likss It (Ins.
; Other Utters inch at that ton la ta
t at almost tverr day.
Srsmp Chin Toalo is 60 rnti t lot
I tie. AU dialers recommed It.
P AC KARD
rYrtimmm nui w tf
! ! ii a
More eloquently than
words a ride in the new
Packard Single-Six re
veals its genuine Packard
character in combina-
inCII GASOLINE MILEAGE LOW COST OF UPKEFH
lHGl I TTJin MILEAGE LOW OPERATING COST
fncn kffictxntjy light wticht
The Packard Single-Six Tour
ing is now $2975 f. o. b. Detroit
PACKARD MOTOR CAR COMPANY DETROIT
Guy Harris Motor Co.
108 North Washing-ton Thone
Usk4hc man ivho owns one
!i ' i
jw '.Vrdiuore's l.radiut Upai tuient Store" p
1 For Saturday Only
j $25 $29.50 '$35 $39.50 J
Large variety of styles includ- '
ing basques ruffled and over- pWScssL fl
skirt models dresses that or- TiK "
M dinarily would sell up to " jvr &
y $39.50 for one day only at I N Af h
m $13.95. All sizes from 10 to r .0
m 44. A at . m
1 ?EE WINDOW DISPLAY mMA fflA Mfa I
.1 A I 3WUjrn7 '
b'i it i s. r't vmw El
m Ui l ' AWMs VVX M
m v ay
I Fabrics: ' I
Taffeta Canton Crepe and
ii Crepe de Chine. I 1
Pnlnrc tlJ) . I
H v-i-L - J E
IS Navy Brown Black Urey
m Corjen. Rtidt. O II
;a- t-..... .1 ... m
1 Wf JNew bpnng mouses I
U yVfj lade JS? J Tie-on I
I A IV 0nK i Slip-on
TSS CoIJ0" ill S Overblouse
j :Lj0'' JgW Trimmed .p
:g . . . n
1 Children's 1
Larffo variety of pla ids fp I
t and styles. feij 1 jpS
Sizes 0 to M. fc l
' ? Jr
i Ef 1 ft n l i rs 15
II! M l& If Values I
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