Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 104, Ed. 1 Monday, May 1, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
MORE THAN ONE
Pastor Interprets Revelations
in Sermon Sunday Peace
Will Come When Satan
. Is Barred from Earth
A large audience heard It. L. David-
on pastor of Broadway Baptist church
Sumfuy evening deliver the ninth ad-
dress in the series on the Second Com-
ing oa tiie special theme "The Judg-
ment of the Great White Throne." He
said In part:
"Disaster cume to this world because
men chose the leadership and rule of
Satan in preference to the leadership
and rule of God. It was in the Garden
Of Eden that this choice was made.
The great mass of the people have pre-
ferred the leadership of Satan from
that day to this. Wherever Satan has
his way there la Jealousy envy and
war. The Millennium will be a time
Of peace and un paralleled prosperity
togely because Satan will be barred
Irom the earth. It will be a time when
Cod will have His way with men. At
the end of the Millennium Satan Is to
be loosed for a little seuson and given
the freedom of this earth to show that
his leadership aud rule will always
prove disastrous to men. Satan will then
I be finally and forever banished from
I this earth and God will set about wlnd-
1 ing up the affairs of Time and usher-
ing In the Eternal Ages.
The Resurrection of Unbelievers.
"There will be two resurrections. The
resurrection of the believing dead when
Christ comes the second time. A thou
sand years after that and at the end
of tie Millennium will occur the resur
rection of the unbelieving dead. In
Revelations the seer after describing
the resurrection of believers adds
But the rest of the dead lived not
strain until the thousand years were
The Great White Throne.
"Immediately after the thousand
"years the seer says 'and I saw a Great
'"White Throne and Him that sat on it
from whose face the earth and the
heaven fled away; . . and I saw the
dead. gTeat and small standing before
the throne. This Is the final Judg-
ment.' "The expression 'general judgment'
of such frequent occurrence in religious
literature is not found in the Scrip-
tores and the idea intended to be con-
veyed by It Is not found in the Scrip-
tures. It is a mischievous error that
bas led the Christian world to speak of
the Judgment as being one great event
taking lilacs at the end of the world
when all human beings saints sinners
Jews and Gentiles the living and the
dead Bhall stand before the Great White
Throne and there be Judged. The
Scriptures speak of four distinct judg-
'ot d'.?'iing from each other in re-
"I'iU . i auects place tune and re-
'JIi. 'J - judgment of the sins of the
befevn 1 i. hidnment of the believer's
"Tief'tfa; j .. (Udgment of living nations.
. nc ih judgment of the Great White
Throne. Tha Judgment of the Great
White Throne is the last Judgment and
is concerned with the unbelieving and
Impenitent only. No believer in Jesus
will be called to stand before that Judg-
ment sent. The believer's salvation or
safety and security will not be brought
into question in any future Judgment
-only his works to determine his re-
wards." No Divorces Here;
Men Love Their
Wives They Say
HARRISBVRO Neb. Persistent ap-
peals on the part of Miss May Hyland
chief of the state bureau of vital sta-
tistics for a report on divorces in Ban
ner county for the year 1921 finally
elicited the following laconic reply from
E. D. Wilson county clerk
"We love our wives out here. There
were no divorces in Banner county in
1921. I have written you this fact sev-
eral times in answer to your persistent
call. We cannot promise as much for
h current vear. However as we have
one sulitary divorce case on the docket
Stat' -ioai recods disclose that Ban-
i . onty not have a single divorce
in ISUH r .0
The c.uot' is located In the far corner
or do lu.o
.Nebraska bodering the Col
FOUND BY FISHERS
BARTLESVILLE Okla.. Tho body
of an unldoiitlfted white man about
85 years old was found Sunday after-
noon face down on the bank of Coon
creek 3 Vi miles northeast of here by
members of a fishing party. A bottle
at nolson was found by his side and
burns inside his mouth and on his Hps
led to the theory of suicide according to
the coroner at Dewey. A note was
found in the man's coat packet but no
clue oa to his identity or motive for
suicide was given police s:ild.
BANDITS ROB THEATER;
TLRfE MONEY MEN II ELI
AN"AS CITY Ma Two bandit
VJ up f-V Elliott pianager of th
'Oni.'iesjv m ter here and two gir
cai".''ii "i thk offlca of the thoatt
dumViy n'l t utid escaped with ai
pru'tiiiia. ly i JGu0s Later police arrest
men l a' jnotor car and re
: t. -J fin hni about t800 In their pot
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XJT.H TKAMSHIF IV
ft. .". WRECKED Orv llttT
" -. TON Texas. Tie British
"l" lotorla do Larlmuva was
. "4ULH.HVH- reel tl iniiei
. th loaik of Haiti ot Aurll
on'.iig to a message trom the
' r tho Amumeun steamnhln
11 COLONEL L. (i. M IT
Chief of Narcotic Section Internal
Revenue liiireau in CIuukc of
Inhibition Division's Anti-
WASHINGTON. The camiwilgii
against liquor recently conuucicu m
Florida has reduced nuKK8 moie
than SO per cent and made possible
still further reduction.
This is my opinion after first hatiu
observation of conditions anu iueiop-
merits and a personal survey extend-
ing to Cuba and the Bahamas.
Smuggling of liquor is not a simpie
Smuggling of drugs simple as it
Is on account ot tne vast quumuj
susceptible of being compressed into
small packages and easily concealed
has fell the arm of the law and is
well under control.
Tut even a single case of liquor is
difficult of concealment and it .is
not only a problem to transport it by
boat or airplane but the problem is
still greater to dispose of It by ship-
ment or otherwise when landed on
Troblem of Transportation.
When It Is understood that the
business of smuggling is not con-
ducted to supply individuals of south-
eastern coast states that there is no
profit in such patronage that the
big revenue comes in supplying boot-
Camp Fire Girls and Boy-
Scouts to Hold Meet at
' Convention Hall Tues-'
A big rally of Camp Fire Girls and
Boy Scouts of Ardmore will be neiu
Tuesday night at l:V) o'cloct at Con-
vention Hall to which every .nan. wo
man and child in the city intie.'cl in
these movements will be welcome.
Stunts of all kinds by both ergi'iii;.-
Hons will be glvon and the jrihlia will
witness sowvlhit'g of Sco -aft and
Camp J'iru ivfrk thus den . on .' at mi-
some of tli- -!e.idii work beln aoi '
by lhe boys and girls of the city.
"It .s ilistl ici'y understocd taut there
will be d twn out tauts i-
Thu'jd CM ruin I'.nrls. actin. Sco-:t
executive "c '.til the people tli'y wi.i
Just have lviur or so real enjoy
The hours are from 7:30 to 9 o'clock.
TULSA OFFICERS LOSE
IN CHASE WTH MEN
TULSA Okla Sheriff Wm. McCul-
lough stated today thatt he officers
were convinced that three fugitives
two of whom are wanted for cattle theft
at Poteau who took refuge in the big
mine at scales escaped through an
abandoned air shaft late Saturday af-
ternoon. The statement followed n long and
tedious search through the depths of
the mine early Sunday morning by
Frank Wolfe and Chas. Price deputy
sheriffs who crawled on their knees
the length of the principal passages
guided through the blackness by a luin
SIX ARMED MEN ROB
BANK M ESSENCES IN AUTO
OAKLAND Calif. Six armed and
unmasked automobile bundits held up
a messenger for the Central Bank of
Oakland in a residence district Monday
and robbed him of 112.000 which he
was taking in an automobile to a branch
of the bank in north Oakland.
NEW ORLEANS. Continued tie
dining i.tages of the Mississippi river
from Memphis to the Gulf of Mexico
attributed in the lower section of the
river mainly to three breaks in the cm
bailment favored the work of lever
engineers and thousands of workers to
day in proceeding against another rise
expected within a few days.
Aviator Shoots Self.
SALT LAKE CITY. T A. (Top)
Paine pilot in tho aerial mail service
took his own life Sunday. Faine shot
himself with a revolver as the outcome
police wild of a family quarrel.
Plenty of Coal.
TOPEKA Kan. A canvass of 154
Kansas towns show that all are sup-
plied with ample coal to keep the Indus
tries running and for domestic consump'
tlon for some time to come.
As the result of Prince Hirohlto's
recent visit to Europe publication of
photographs of the Imperial family In
newspapers and magazines will ue per
BOYS AND GIRLS
TO HOLD RALLY
I CHECKED LIQUOR SMUGGLING
FLORIDA" BY COL. NUTT
leggers In northern states the prob-
lem is merely that of transportation.
Our mission to Florida accomplish
ed oc-operation with Florida railways
which put an absolute end to liquor
Mhiimietits. whether camouflaged or
Attorneys Up In
Air When Judge
Whore oh where is Judge E. D.
Oldfleld who was supposed to come
to Ardmore Monday to hear a mo-
tion for new trial In the case of
the state against Buck Garrett oust-
This Is the question asked by
more than one including attorneys
for the defense. Garrett himself
doesn't know what has happened
to the Judge.
Jess Lnslcy court clerk has an
order assigning Judge Oldfleld here
for last Friday but a postpone-
ment was agreed upon u is said
and no later date has been set.
Judge B. C. Logsdon of Marietta
is here hearing a motion docket In
Villa Can't Keep
Oat of Public Life
Continued From Page One)
federal powers. For Villa is not con-
tent with being an underling.
So there you are the same old Villa
same- old menace.
Reports from Durango are to the ef
fect that Villa's announcement his
caused n furore. There Is strong sup
port for Villa ami strong opposition
too and Mexico is not accustomed to
settling Its big Issues by ballot. The
state of Coahuila a neighbor to Duran-
go Is also disturbed and the fire If not
quenched may spread for Mexico has
not h-iiT time yet to drop the insurrecto
Has Bodyguard of 200.
Villa hus a bodyguard of 200 men all
former soldiers faithful and good shots.
He has many other employes on his
big ranch. Raising itoijS and stock
and marketing them may be profitable
but they are not in Villa's line. He is
not a farmer or ranchman and sub-
ordinates supervise all the work. The
ranch its many tractors nnd other
farm machinery were toys for a while
but the former dictator has grown tired
of flaying with them and longs for a
new game and It may be lhe old gnme
a game which kept Mexico embroiled
and which all but took in the United
What Obregon will do is not known
Probably he doesn't know what to no.
If he orders Villa to stick to his treaty.
this Plight make an avowed enemy of
him. If ho sends a fedoril army to
compel him to abide by his pledges this
A pretext would bo nil that Villa
would need. Temuoriii:g with the Pu
rnnuo rancher also Is l.iiiircrous. it all
depends upon the i-mbiUoiis of tho fir
Villa Is 50. young enough to ttill lo
When Queen Victoria ascended tho
throne not more than 40 per cent
of the people of Great Britain could
write their names.
Skin Tortured Babies Sleep
The officials of the railwuys will I
am certain do what tney agreeo. io.
which means no more illegal trans-
portation of booze.
With such avenues closed how Is
the liquor to be brought north? Trans-
Mrtlng it via auto Is not feasible.
It is too hazardous and will not be at-
tempted for long distances.
Shipped By Train.
Previous to our visit to Florida
smugglers and bootleggers took ad-
vantage of so-called non-agent sta-
tions in Florida where smuggled
liquor enclosed In burlap sacks was
piled Into freight and refrigerator
cars and hidden with grapefruit
The shippers prepared their own
bills of lading using fictitious names
and these bills of lading were picked
up together with the cars by con-
ductors as they came along with their
In this way vast quantities of smug-
gled liquor reached northern points.
If a smuggler was able to get three
loaded cars through to New York
it is said his profit was sufficient to
enable him to retire for life.
For instance three cars would
carry about 2000 cases costing orlg
Inally approximately $38000. Sold at
New York prices more than JOO.000
would be netted.
C. E. Hollywood arrested at Forney
Texas has been returned here by Dep
uty Sheriff Dave Wright and he Is now
facing a charge of obtaining money
under false pretense.
Deputy Sheriff Dell Wilson has gone
to Guytnon to take Into custody an al-
leged auto thief and an auto supposed
to have been stolen from Ira Ward of
Information was filed in county court
this morning against C. J. Bates and
L. A. Beaver charging them with har-
boring a fugitive. It is alleged that
H. H. Wilson who escaped from the
city Jail Friday night was found by
officers in the home of Beaver late Sit-
urday. County Assessor John T. Spears left
Sunday for Oklahoma City to attend a
meeting of the state board of equaliza-
tion at which time the Ringling road
is making a protest of assessment it Is
Robert K. Warren Hugo attorney
spent Sunday in Ardmore en route
home from Oklahoma City.
Judge M. F. Winfrey and clerk. Miss
Flora Cummlngs have gone to Wilson
to hold the May term of civil court. It
is expected that the term will continue
through the week.
Nothing more than the payment of
bills und consideration of a few minor
matters occupied the meeting of the
directors of the Chamber of Commerce
Monday noon. The matter of selection
of a secretary was again deferred to be
tiken up sometime within the next
At Relglenian's opening Saturday
night more than 1000 carnations were
distributed to ladies who called from
7:30 to 10 o'clock. Hundreds attended
the opening and admired the very hand
some collection of Jewelry silver and
The radio equipment of the Holmes
electric shop D street northwest has
been moved to the Hardy sanitarium
where tonight the concert to be given
by Schumimn-Helnk at Oklahoma City
will be received. Other equipment for
the Holmes station has been ordered
and is now en route.
IRISH IjABOR LEADERS
PUBLISH REFUSED TERMS
Dt'BLlN. After sitting through
out Sunday to consider the breakdown
of the Irish peace conference the ex
ecutive of the Irish labor party issued
a statement Monday night setting forth
the proposals submitted by the party
which were . not accepted by either
Copper Industry Better.
HOlXlirroN Mich. The mines In
the Lake Superior district are slowly
taking back former employes and build
ing up copper production. Copper range
properties art turning out about 3000
000 ipounds of copper a month.
MAD3 NEff Pressed
It make3 no difference how big the spot is or how bad
it is we'll take it out o that you'll never know it was
there. Our up-to-date modern cleaning facilities will
do just that for any dress or suit you think ruined.
What a Saving in
PARISIAN CLEANERS AND DYERS
Wo Giro Lono Star Stamps
124 N. Washington Phono 428-J
Going to the Top
Quito a bit of cash was required
to swing a big bootlegglng-smuggling
deal. One of the results of our cam-
paign wherein a banker was arrest
ed on a conspiracy charge in connec
tion with alleged smugglers and boot-
leggers is that hereafter funds will
not be so readily advanced.
All is not real liquor because the
label says so. I witnessed with my
own eyes the shipment of nearly 2000
barrels of Cuban alcohol from Hav-
ana -to Nassau and learned person-
ally that It was to be used there by
an ex -American whisky operator who
is conducting an extensive rectifying
In other words alcohol distilled
in Cuba from Cuban molasses Which
costs less than two cents a wine 'gal
lon is mixed with liquor removed
from bottles of standard brands and
the doctored product is the stuff smug-
gled Into America In refilled bottles
faked with counterfeit labels stamps
With agents under cover stationed
at Nassau and Havana traveling on
liners and trains with full authority
to inspect cargoes and shipments -coupled
with other methods which I
have recommended I am safe in as-
serting that the smuggling problem
is well within the bonds of early so-
lution. THIS KANSAS PASTOR
KEEPS K. K. K. MONEY
KANSAS CITY Kan. Police
here were investigating the appear-
ance Sunday night of five white-
robed figures at the Quindnr Boule-
vard Christian church.. The men
handed the pastor Rev. David Cru-
den an envelope containing some
money nnd one of them road a let-
ter asserting that the K. K. K. is
a 100 per cent American organiza-
tion not opposed to Christian
Ideals. The men then left.
Dr. Cruden said today that he
would keep the money.
MRS. DILLARD IS
ILL AT SANITARIUM
The condition of Mrs. Ethel E. Dil-
lard of Ringling who Is ill at Hardy
hospital Is critical. Mrs. Dlllard is a
daughter of Commissioner Joe Taylor.
Other new patients at the hospital are
Miss Jessie Addington 603 O street
northeast and Miss Jessie Arnold
nurse in training the former having
undergone an operation Monday morn
OFFICERS STILL I P IN AIR
OVER MURDER MYSTERY
HOOPESTON 111. Vermillion county
authorities apparently were up against
mystery after another night of in
vestigation' Into circumstances sur-
rounding the death of Gertrude Hanna
whose body was found last Thursday
in the basement of the parsonage of the
United Presbyterian church.
NO MISIC WITH MOVIES
IN ST. LOUS SHOWS NOW
8T. LOUIS. Music no longer will
be heard in the moving picture shows
of this city at least not for some time
according ot the show house owners of
the city who have demanded that the
musicians accept a reduction of their
wages but whose demands have been
rejected. Today was to be .the first si
UNION LEAGUE OF PLAYERS
TO PRESENT CLASSICS
CHICAGO. The local chapter of
the Drama League with the co-operation
of the Union League Club announced
today that it would continue to use
classical ulays to educate the "under
privileged" youth of the tenement dis
trlcts of Chicago following the success
nf n production of Shakespeare's "As
You Like It" with an entire boy cast
ranging from 14 to 17 years of age.
Plans for this summer call for pro
ductions in city parks.
WANTED TO BUY
Fat Cattle. Hogs and Calves. Will
Pay Highest Market Price
Rear Cold Storage 14 East Main
Cleaned and d1 OC AND
Garment and Prictt
WILSON TO PAVE
Principal Thoroughfares Will
Be Extended; Rain Did
No Damage in Fields
(Special to The Ardmorelte)
WILSON okla. Mayor Roberts
states that the city council will have
an engineer here within the next few
days to make a survey und estimate the
cost of paving several sections of the
city In and near the business district.
At present the city officials plan to
pave several blocks of C Third Fourth
Fifth nnd Sixth streets und extend the
paving on Main street farther east.
An additional street tux will be as
sessed against property fronting on the
No Damage From Rain.
The larger oil companies operating
in the Hewitt field report little damage
caused by recent rains. In the bayou
district near Rexroat und in the south-
east extension several well') were shut
down when backwater from the creeks
flooded the derrick floors.
Lodge Orders Radio.
Members of the Masonic odn ot this
city have order-id v eomple:e radio-
phone outfit which will be installed
in the Musonlc temple over the City
State bank. The radio set will be of
sufficient power to "tune in" with sta-
tions several thousand miles distant.
Several local radio fans have ordered
less expensive sets and A. C. Kaufman
of the First National bank has already
Installed one In his home.
Street Crossing Open.
Mayor Roberts Is In receipt of n let-
ter from the corporation commission
advising him that the Third street
crossing on the Oklahoma New Mexico
& Pacific railroad will be kept open.
At a recent hearing before the com-
mission the railroad company endeav-
ored to have the crossing closed so they
would have more truckage for switch-
No job too difficult for
this hop. Try us
out and sea
Just South of Postoffke
on Washington St.
A Beautiful Home at
This beautiful small home
is but an illustration of the
ability of a good architect
to produce the distinctive
home without the usual at-
tending high coat.
We offer thfi home build-
er a plan and building serv-
ice that will enable him to
build better home3- Costly
errors in plana and ' con-
struction can be avoided by
building with architect's
We are pleased to have you call on us for the f
ance of our counsel plan service and practical
The Hudson-Houston Lumber Cc
The Ardmorelte is authorized tJ I .
nounce the following candidate! f :
designated offices their candldsry ti
elng subject to the action of th Lr;
oratio primary: "i
For Senate 18th District:
EARL A. BROWN.
A8A E. WALDEN. T ' ' 4'
For District Judge:
J. B. M
J. W. (BILL) BROOKS.
EWINO C. LONDON.
For County Attorney:
JOHN L. HODUE.
For County Treasurer:
FRED S. HAYNXE (re-electtcaV
For County Clerk:
MADISON DAWSON. '
ADAM ALEXANDER. V V'
For County Assessor: ''
JOHN T. SPEARS ( re electiOtt.)
R. E. ("SHORTY) GRISHAM.
M. T. PIERCE (District 2V
O. K. DARDEN Prect 3. 'V
O. D. THOMAS Dist. One).
OIL FIELD WORKER IS
WHIPPED BY KLANCI
LOS ANGELES. M. H. Barns
oil worker was severely beaten Stur "1 ' S.
by u band of jeven masked men al i
four miles east of East Baker sfiekj f '
cording to a special dispatch to th t 1 j
Angeles' Examiner. Barnes was wsart l
to leave Kearn county and nevr
turn it was said. .';.;
IRISH REPUBLICANS CLEAN ' V
TILLS FOR HI CE AMOCXt-
BELFAST. More than
liounds sterling have been taken tf '
Irish republican army Irregulars ' OB s
various branches of the Bank Of Ir- ' '
land In the south. It was reports tl
Well-Known Insurance C " '.
ficial Declares Tar"
Brought Back Health ; ?
ter all Other Means L 1
"I prize Tanluc above every VT '.'
cine even that which was presflrl. 1
for me" said Mrs. Bessie NorrlSV
3744 Olive St. St. Louis Mo. cat ' . '
American Insurance Union in relf..
her experience with the medlclntv ' ;J '
"For two years past I have sufftr 1 V
from a- comnllcatlon of ailment. I v j
eluding troubles peculiar only t t-'?
men. Last summer in my efforts )
men. uaai summer in my euvrtv v
find relief I underwent an operawry f.
after which I could not recover r ;1
strength. I went back to my flUP'l
at the insurance office but WM
such a bad condition that I lost. H
time from my work '.
"My appetite was very poor I
digestion bad and I suffered from
stipr.tion biliousness and extreme tj'
ousness nnd had neither strength
energy. What little food I ate cut
bloating and distress and I was troq!.
with headaches and dizzy spells.
"A friend persuaded me to try
lac and I began to Improve almost t
the start. I can eat and digest '(
thing I want now and have gained
pounds in weight. I can do my T .
with ease. I consider It the best t
ment In the world."
Tanluc Is sold by all good drug stc
adv. - " !.
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I btfttuoM if ipyL
1 Living Loom I f
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f lr' to the 1onu star Steam-
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