The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 118, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 14, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday Oct. 14. 1908
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
xS JHUflfb Sold only in
PLV Moisture "Proof Packages
No woman ever once bought
and then willingly bought any
other kind of soda crackers.
No biscuit can be
the National Biscuit
unless it is
FULL OF AVAILABLE UNUTIL-
IZED ENERGY SAYS EDISON.
POWER TO COME FROM COAL
The Great Inventor Hopes to Devel-
op Electricity Direct Sun's Po-
tential Ensrgy Will Some
Day Be Used.
Now York Oct. 1:1. That the
World IS !l VUHt Stole llOIIKI of till-
utilized tiierf;y ami tlmt the power
of llit! fnturo iwlll lit) developed di-
rectly from coul was I ho statement
mndo liy Thomas A. Kulson loilay.
"Now t hut I've n tired from the
commercial aspect of my work In
t lie laboratory I suppose I shall
really work harder than I ever did
In my life" said .Mr. IMison.
"I've always tjot moie than one
thing In con r si' of development;
twenty things that I hope to do or
that I hope some one else will
do. Scientific discoveries are com-
ing so thick and fust then1 are
so many of ns working like heav-
ers nt them thai It Is appalling
to mcr ly Ihlnk
ties In t le future
thing Is possible
Kvtr thing an-
the world Is u
ast ste.reliiitisc of nudl-covered en-
ergy. "There Is a ureal distinction how-
ev r between the scientific experi-
ment that accomplishes its end and
the practical adaption of It to hu-
manity nt law. We read of wonder-
ful things being done experimental-
I but whether they can . be ac-
complished practically Is another
"Shall we ever fly through the
"Oh. j es undoubtedly we shall.
It's bound to come. It .won't be the
aeroplane however and It won't be
the dirigible balloon. An Individual
theory may stilllce to make a very
Interesting experiment but It Is not
what one man himself believes that
Is the solution of si problem that
must rome out of a universal law
In nature dependent upon the skill
of one man with one machine but
of a maheltie for all men.
"The aeroplane Is a ren. able
experiment init it comes as a the-
ory controlled by one man who has
that theory and Is not yet adjust-
ed lo universal utes. Itut I firmly
believe that some day io shall
know how to fly. It Is only u matter
of uniting a compact engine with
"It will be done thert Is mi much
to do though. Much a lot of new
discoveries going on In the form of
scientific experiment that promise
new wonder now sensation new
economy of life and time ami
"What Is the immediate motive
power of the future?"
"Power that will be generated
without steam. It's not now a lot of
them are working it have been
working it for Mime tllne. To gun-
Any intelligent person can be his ' rato electricity In any requirement
own doctor in the ordinary case of' of great power now we have to
liver trouble .for the symptoms can- r(m . rlII1 lho
not be mistaken. If the white of the
eye becomes yellowish if the skin be- dynamo.
comes sallow it pimples and blotches "Tho next step Is lo generate eloc-
appear if the bowels do not move if ti(.tv direct from coal Itself. Coal
?iiilf3Vr!taCcift.your ' ' --nulatlon of
liver is torpid or inactive. ; sun's heat ami carbon In-tho best
Tho quickest and surest remedy yet combustible we know of. I haven't
found for tlio cure of liver trouble or any
or lt symptom In Dr. (indwell's Syrup ' done It I hope somebody will Hin
IV ml ii. the urcat herb l.txutlvii compound. . -MraniiiW u'n
Thta womlerful remedy Is not onlv a laxa- power Is there unquestionably. WO
live hut n tonic as well. It will start (M)W that' electricity can be gener-
I tic How of KHSttlc Julie thereby soon1 '
mauling tho IKer to do Ms wink mitur- ated direct from coal because It has
ally. A tiottlo of thl gre.it liver remedy i uliitlrli. nvnerl.
ciin lo bouBlit of any dniKKim for so boon done as a scleiitim opn-
cent or U. and In many c.ixe.H a simile mont. but not to till extent sillllcleilt
bottle tuts cund u chronic cane. i .."
Kor example John W. l.cc. 19 S. l'enn- to call It a practical discovery.
ilto'rn anavl?y nr"lnllnt-JSi1 uf "The first Indications of a. secret
pV?SE:nwa " 1lU '"!ir 111 xml-
rllnchum jarkKon Ky. s.iv the same uient. are always very feeble. Mall
ef It. Thousands of rainillen keep It hi 1 . . . . .
lho house asalnst Just mu-li an cmcr-1 Is slow to undeistniid his five
Kency ns you can never tell when snm Ka . nlt .mouuli to irnther
member of. tho family wilt need u ('ood tl""H "" '"""hit
l.ixatlve. all the meaning of experimental
In order to have yon or an- other suf
fcrer from the liver make n tct of Dr. science.
ck-tit motive power I don't believe
that will work out.
"Will the sun ras be hariusMil
to do the work of machine pow-
ers?" "As a scientific experiment that
has already been done. In fart in
a small .nay thete Is a practical
demonstration of It in the west. In
Arizona I saw n thirty-horse power
motor run by the rays of the sun
by reflecting the sun's rays In mir-
rors and focusing this light upon
a copper boiler.
"Oh. J.iut we don't know; quite
probably there Is a motive jsiwer
In the light of me sun ns It reaches
the earth that may be utilized some'
day. The Indications of scientific
discovery are amazing and the co-
operation of all Its various forms of
progress are mi Intimate that wo
Just begin to find out how feeble
we really are to cope with them.
The air Itself Is being piessed
Into utility he says:
"There Is an attempt being made
now lo gather the nitrogen of the
air and use It for fertilizing pur-
et of the earth."
New and Fatal Disease Depletes Cree
Tribe of Indians.
New York. Oct. lit. A deadly Mlu
eitM' in sonio respects like la grippe.
t but highly contagious and far moro
mortal than la grippe is in this ell
mate has attacked tho already de-
pleted tribes of Cree Indians on tho
shores of James and Hudson bays
killing women men and children by
the score. Alauson Skinner of the
department of anthropology of thu
American museum of natural history
who recently returned Iront an ox-
haestlve study of the peoploof Hi.U
country brought tho news of tho Ibi-
ue to this city.
"The disease apparently came from
nowhere" said Mr. Skinner. ''No
one over heard of It no fore and when
men weio stricken one day and dleii
the next their relative- and friends
became panic stricken. The Illness
nianlfesti'd Itself In colJs followed by
roughs fever and nausea. 1'nless the
sufferers were of very strong physi-
que they died quickly. In several
tribes every aged man delicate wo-
man and practically all the children
woro wlpod out In a few day by the
malady Only tho able bmllM men
resisted It and a few of tho stronger
Indian War Whoop.
Only one "august" Imhudu.il was
up before Judge (ialt in ollc-
court this morning. He being one of
the noble red men who was at one
time the king of all the west and
who was fret to drink all tho fire
water that ho could carry give the
war whoop and do any other stunts'
that might best please his fancy
without being molested by a police
olllcer. And no doubt that yesterday
after getting a few drinks or that
liquid that paints landscapes In the
brain of man under his belt this
noble ml man Imagined that lie
was again out on tho vast prairies
among tho buffalo and wilil ponies
as he iuiik In days gouo by and It
was then ho decided to rightly
celebrate the occat-ion by giving
a few of tho old fashioned war
whoops that once caused the hair
of the early not tier lo stand on
Its end. He was right In the
midst of all this when he was In-
terrupted by tho pollco unit persuad-
ed lo take a rldo In the "hood-
lum." And not until he was car-
ried up before the Judge this inoin-
Ing illd he realize that It was all
u dream about his being out on
the prairies whoio he was free to
I. l" ns ho wished. He was given
the tiatilil fine of ten dollars which
he paid and went his way declar-
ing that never again would h'
' taste of that awful bad whlhkev
i that mnkoH you se k other menV
"There Is a
One of the
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin without peisonal
Mtienso. Dr. Calilwrfl will send von u free
test bottle If vou will send your name eruv
.lllil uititi cm i-ntiiit.rr nit rutin i .
how pleasant It Is to take how neatly It "Of course there IS
works it wm siari you on me cure or .11i1iw i.... In vrenni.. In
at first hand
hut It Is
from zinc Iron
Cascaswset lho well known reme-
dy for babies and children will
quiet tho little one In a short time.
Tho Ingredients are printed on the
bottle. Contains no opiates. Sold by
W. II Krame.
Why Colds Are Dangerous.
Ilecatiso you have contracted or-
dinary colds and r' covered from
them without treatui.-iit of any kind
do not for a moment Imagine that
colds are not dangerous. Kvoryono
knows that pneumonia anil chron-
ic catarrh have their origin In a
common cold. Consumption Is not
caused by a cold but tho cold pre-
pares the system for tho reception
ami development of the germs thnt
would not otherwise havo found
lodgment. It Is the same with nil
Infectious dlsotises. Diphtheria
scarlet fever menslcs nnd whoop-
ing cough are much more likely to
ho contracted when the child has
a cobl. You will see from this that
moro real dnnger lurks In a cold
than in any other of tho common
ailments. Tho easiest and quickest
way lo euro a cold Is lo take
Chamberlain's Counh Hejnedy. Tho
many remarkable cures effected by
this preparation have made It a
staple article of trade over a larg"
part of the 'orhl. For sale by
!'. J. Itainsoy and Hoffman On g
WATCH FOR THE NEW ECON-
OMY GAS HEATERS THIS WEEK.
THEY ARE THE BEST. "ASK
THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE."
4f ARDMORE SUPPLY CO.
As th. prohlbl lou agenc svtem
Is Just now being cussed and discus-
sed let us consider a little provlslo
which Is not noticed by many people
perhaiHi. It seems thnt the generators
of the agency (or dispensary) do not
know what discrimination means or
else they would linvo been more care-
ful In their efforts to pass a law bearing
fairly and alike upon all men. Un-
der the Constitutional Prohibition
law n pharmacist has the right to
seeur alcohol for the preparing ol
officinal tinctures ellxlrh extracts
etc. but under the figency system he
is tequlreil to iM'i-iilr a f "Oil bond
a- a Miiai.in that In- will not lo
kite die law. and i he does he v
prisce tiled under the law and lined
the Hitiue as ilit (nlnllsl. and other
people and made It forlelt lb- $l.(iul)
bond almi while the Joint l- only luisu
pay the Hue. This Ik not as It should
be because It seeks to rate the drug-
gist below other people even tlm
bootlegger." Why can't the law mak-
ers presuppose the druggist to he
as law abiding as anybody? The law
dellnes the duty ami obligations of nil
classes nnd provides the penalty for
lis violation by oilier people without
having t i execute a bond to secure
their onipliance with the law Then
uh place this s igtiui upon the drug
glsl? The question Is asked. Is he
cussed menu that he has to be put tin
tier it bond perpetually In addition to
the line assessed lo prevent lilm from
violating a plain statute of tho l""'7
Men aie put under bond to prevent
wrong acts whore thero Is no pomil'y
attached. Suppose wo put everybody
under bond to prevent everybody from
violating tho law.
No use lo say much about this for
all druggists know something In re-
gnrd lo dealing with "Incompatlbles."
"Oh! consistency thou art n Jew-
el" H. II. W.
k BUILD BIGHT
our troublo unil I'oiwlnre you that vou
have found a cure Thnt U the olijort of i obtaining electricity
end for it todav from coal In thy ashes
.KW U there Manvtninir about . ... ..
SHW vnur nllment that vou .lnn'l 1 l" "
understand or If you want i why not from carbon?"
MisML w ny medical advice write
1 7 7 D In II. n .lnMni' nn.l tin Willi
tj7 answer you fully. There Is dynamos to any Important
IVV no charge for this service.
I Montlcello III.
"Can the tides be utilized to run
1 not great enough to generate sttlu-
There Im Only One
Laxative Bromo Qminln
USCO THE WORLD OVER TO DURE A COLO IN ONE DAY.
Always remember tho full name. Look $rl
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No building too large for our capacity no bullcMng too Miiall to
appeal to us.
Tho larger tho building lho more particular tho owner tho bolter
ploased wo uru.
Wo know how to givo .you your money's worth. Wo take contraots
any wlioro in Oklahoma or Not tn Toxas. Wire us or soo us.
M. J. Gill Construction Company
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