The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 207, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 7, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmere Sunday February 7 1909
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
UftiteJ States Dejesiten
Oklihtma Sttte Dcptsitonr
tyilil Sirens nl kUlm
If this bank is a safo place
for tho city state and nation to
deposit tbolr funds it is a safe
placo for the farmer and bnsl-
ness man to keep his funds.
LEE CRUCE President
0. W. STUART Cashier
i ii ii ii . ii i ii
A I1VUV V vr
Chas. Kerner up-to-date
meat market. I kill my
own meats and furnish
the very best satisfac-
tion guaranteed. Give
me a trial.
Quin Wicker Manager.
Sam II. Owens Assis-
Office 1 14 Fourth ..Ave.
Southeast at the Marble
Sidewalks built and all
kinds of concrete work
done. All our work is
Oldest and most reliable ab-
stracters In Carter county. Send
to us for abstracts anywhere
In Oklahoma. Wo also write
cyclone and Are Insurance.
We are bonded abstracting
J. L. Wilson
Transfer and Storage
I have a good building
leased injwhich I Htore all
kinds of household goods
at reasonable rental. Phone
72 and I will do tho rest.
Goods hauled anywhere
or packed and stored.
I romp and careful atten-
tion to every order.
MAKE PAPER FROM LINTERS
TEXAS MACHINE DOES THIS
Sherman Tex. Feb. C. At the
plant of the Sherman OH r.nd Cotton
company In. southwest Sherman there
Is today in operation a machine which
It Is claimed by Its patentees and pro-
moters will revolutionize the paper
making Industry of tho United States.
Tho machine Is a iloflheratliijr ma-
chine and separates the short. fl-
brous cotton from the cotton seed
nfter nil other machinery has been
used for a similar puriKtse.
U l known to those familiar with
tho cotton oil milling business that
after the seed Is taken from the gin-
tier there Is quite a quantity of cotton
left on It. For the put pose of separ-
ating the need from this short cottos
the seed are run through another
process making what Is known to the
trade as llnters a very short cotton
which Is baled and shipped to Kuropo
nnd used In the manufacture of cer-
tain kinds of cloth. These (Intern do
not btlng anything like the price of
cotton with n longer staple but the
mnehlnery which separates the seed
from this lint was hnlled with great
Jo". for It developed the cotton- seed
Industry and now what was lonnerly
considered it great waste In the cot
ton producing business has been made
Int A a merchantable product nnd hasti
eaused a demand for cotton seed. Iie-
for(i this machinery was Introduced.
It Is a well known fact that the seed
were thrown away for the most part
lit some localities they actually be-
came a nuisance and laws were pass-
ed against the practice of throwing
them out where hogs and other stock
eoifld gel to them.
The machinery which Is being test-
ed at the plant of the Sherman OH
and Cotton company's plant In this
city goes still a step further and
makes another waste product Into a
It will bo remembered that even af-
ter the oil mill machinery has separ-
ated the lifter cotton front the seed
and the seed are ready to be made
Into meal and hulls there Is yet a
white covering on the sed. The do-
flberntlng machine takes this white
covering from the seed leaving the
seed ns black as n burnished piece of
jet ..and also separates all particles of
hull and other trash front the short-
llnted cotton that Is taken front the
seed. It Is claimed that this short-
fibre cotton will take the p lace of
wood pulp In the manufacture If all
kinds cf paper front common news
to the very highest and best grades
of writing paper.
It has long been known that cotton
ill make gooil paper but even to
make paper from the "llnters Is so
costly that the experiment has here
tofore stonned at an experiment. t.d
Is this very thing that the ptesent
machine Is claimed to fully overeom
The fibre conies from tin cotton seed
so short that after It Is blended and
put In the proper m ash it at once d's-
solves Into the proper pulp proior
Hons and can then be made hto any
quality of paper desired.
Negotiations for a demonstration
of this machine have been on fur
quite a while with the Sherman peo
ple and Kdwln C d'Segundo of Lon
don England 'promoter of the enter
prise. Mr. d' Segnndo first visited
Sherman last September for the pur-
pose of an Interview with the oil mill
people here. Later C. 11. Ueynelle
expert engineer iwho Is conducting
the demonstration here came and for
several weeks has been working to
get tho machinery In position'. Very
little has 'been said about the matter.
nnd when the oil mill people were
tsked about what 'was Inking place
at the mill the reply always came
that some new machinery was being
Installed which would shortly lie
tiled. This has been mentioned In
the local press a number of times ns
the work progressed hut the real na-
ture of tho machinery was not known
to the people outside of the promot
ers nnd the mill men until late yes-
ltcsldcH making the fibre referred
to the machinery also makes the
hulls Into a finer article of feedstuff
than oven before and It would seem
that there Is In the right near future
a possibility for cotton raisers that
bus never heretofore
Tho machinery referred to Is said
to be In successful oieratlon In Mar-
seilles France and has also been
successful!)- demonstrated In England
but It Is mided that what few oil
mills there are In Htigland nro very
much behind the times nnd It was for
this reason that the experiments were
concluded In Sherman the milt here
s said to be the most up to date mill
)f Its kind In the world being In
..hnrg of experienced "'en who know
the cotton nhmt from the time It
comes out of the ground until the
most highly finished mill product Is
put on the market.
The deliberating machine Is pro-
tected .by patents all over the world
and it is stated that at present they
nre not on the market for sn'e. but
that the jxirtles owning It have such
confidence In the machine ami In the
output that they propose to build the
machine nnd then buy the output a
rapidly as It Is tunned out.
Already there Is much speculation
as to what will be the outcome In
Sherman In a inanufacturlng h-.-wc.
Several prominent business men have
already proposed the starting of a
iMper factory here In the vent the
machine proves up what Is claimed
After quite a lot of the fiber has
been tnkem front the seed It will be
shipped to a paper mill accompanied
by Sherman parties who will person-
ally watch the process of manufac-
turing It Into paper after which more
will be known ns to whnt will be the
outcome of the business so far as
Sherman Is concerned.
The demonstration here will contin-
ue several weeks
The postofflce department announc-
es that Minor K. Ilrown has been t p-
pointed a letter carrier In tlu city
.delivery service of HI Kcuo O'ti t.
That's tho name of the best Hoar
told tn Ardtusre.
we CAN DO YOUR GAS FITTING
Don't wait until It gets cold again
Phont 60. Ardmor Supply Co
C Doono Taliaferro about your pic-
ture rraintn. 2Mm
The following fourth class itoytin
ters have been' appointed In Okl tho-
111:1: At Hddv Mary A. Star'.i ii;; at
Klin. William Kpperley; at 1 Invito-. S
The treasury department au'untic
es that the following Oklahoma ua
tloir.il banks have been placed In vol
untary liquidation!!! the First Nn
tlonal bank of Ilochlto; the Mrst Na
tional bank of Mllburn; the First
National bank of Commerce of lio'i!-
envlllc and tho Chandler Minolta
bank of Chandler.
There have been ill!' national banks
organlzml in Oklahoma since .March
1 1. 1000. when tho present national
banking laws went into effect ac-
cording to a state ment Issued lij
the treasury department with a to
tal capitalization of $lt.730.00. Most
of these banks. in number were
with a capital of
lloarso coughs and stuffy colds
that may develop Into pneumonia
over night are quickly cured by Fo-
le t Money nnd Tar .and It soothes
Inflamed membranes heals tho lungs
and expelb tho cold from tho system.
SUES INDIAN AGENT.
Freedman Files Suit
cover Oil Royalties.
Muskogee Okla.. Feb. C In the
district court here today Ceorge
Uoks. a Creek freedman filed a suit
against nana II. Kelsey. Indian agent.
for $1 :tS0 In royalties on oil and. gas
lands which belong to hint. Koss'
petition recites that In WO I lio se-
cured hN allotment as a Creek freed-
man and Immediately leased tho laud
located In the gas belt of Washing
ton county to a gas company for its
development lie states that he was
to receive 10 per cent of the value
of all crude oil produced and $150
each for gas wells used.
For Insomnia drink Bromide water
and see how quick It will relieve you.
BETTER THAN SPANKING
Spanking does not euro children
of bed wetting. Thero Is a conslb
tutlonal causo for this trouble. Mrs.
M. Summers ilox W South Ilend
lnd will send for freo treatment
with full Instructions. Send no mon-
ey but wrtto to her today if your
children troublo you tn this way
Don't blamo tho child tho chances
aro It can't help it. This treat
ment also cures adults and aged
people troubled with urlno difficul-
ties by day or nleht.
To Protect Migratory Game Birds.
Washington. Feb. r. Senator Owen
presented to tho senate a resolution
from the Oklahoma legislature memo-
rlall.Ing congress to nnct a law for
tho protection of migratory birds. The
uvemorlnl was ordered referred to bo
committee on forest reservation-! and
the protection of game.
Revolts at Cold Steel
"Your only hopo." said throe doc
tors to Mrs. M. B. Fisher Detroit.
Mich. suffering from sovero rectal
trouble lies In an operation" "then
I used Dr. King's New Llfo Pills" she
writes. "They wholly cured." I hoy
prevent Appendicitis cure Constlpa-
Hon Headache. 25c at Ardmore I'har-niacy.
(Hy llcv. H. K. Connelly.)
Supiiose w- have a little heart
talk on a few vital things l.i
life. Some how or other it does ev-
ery one good to have some our with
them about some things In w hlch
they nre Interested llnvo'iit you
observed that? That f rlend you were
with the other dayi was the most
peculiar person you have ever met.
Hut ns soon os you touched oai the
subject nearest to your friend's heart
did you notice the change? lost
his pecullnrtles took on u .big smile
overflowed with cheerfulness mid
made ou feel good. Of course you
felt giKd to see that friend of yours
so bright ami cheerful. It is Just n-i
asy to make them pleasant as It
is to create In them a dltdike. for
society and a strong deslr to wltlp
everybody from the time of Adam to
the present generation. Society would
be better and ourselv. s much bene-
fited If we could lose sight of tli.i
Idea that everylsidy but ourselves is
either peculiar eccentric or queer
1i ou remember what the old
quaker said to his wife. "Wife evor-
body Is queer except Ml'' and Til UK.
and sometimes thee uil queer." That
Is our philosophy In a suit shell.
Hut be not deceived everybody U
not queer except three for thee Jls
if you enro to experiment Just
each the heart or the betterself of
some of our companions In br
and see the good you can find there
If you wish to please parents ta'k
to them about their "little (bundle
of sunshine" baby if you would see
how bright anil cheerful this with!
Is speak kindly and do good.
Yon remeinher the old expression
"that man Is naturally religious'
l'erhnps that Is true and perhaps
It Is not. It all depends on wha we!
mean by the word religion. If bv
religion we mean strict adherence
to set rules tenacity to wcrn out
and thread bare doctrines In the-
oiogy: sticKiers lor tne neiier ot a
creed forniulatnl by men. or it pugu j
listli: nllltuiie on tneoiogicai wiini
nots. thoiv man Is not naturally re-
II glous. Hut If we mean Hint man
believes Im (iod ns our kind heaven-
Ij; father w ho smiles down upon
us In Ills tender mercy and love. In
Jesus Christ as our teacher prophet
and saviour: In man's liberty
through Christ to know the truth
and be made free theiv we believe
man Is naturally rollglous.
After all the matter of great Im-
IMirtance Is what do you do with your
beliefs after you have them? The
age Is now suffering from the dis-
ease of our beliefs and the lack of
good practical common sense Chris-
tianity. The kind that Christ taught.
What Is really meedeil is to lap off
a few beliefs and he more practical
mure hoii'si. more upright In every
day life. That Is Christlike.
"One at n time gentlemen." a par
rot was beard to nay when the spar
rows were plsklng his1 feathers. Wise
b'rd was he. Wise man Is he who
remembers that In every day the;?
Is n llfo to he lived worth the while.
Little by little we work out of the
unconsciousness of infancy and out of
tho half consciousness of childhood
to tho dnwn of the morning of youth:
to the noon of manhood and some
have reached the afternoon. while
about others the shadows of even-
ing have gatflered. Hy and by we
must all bo down to sleep. Hut In the
meantime let lis take care of the
days and tho years will not be slighted.
Here Is something wholesome.
Don't try to do anything for the stke
of doing It. If you do It. do It for
the good that will follow. If you d
It at all try to do It r ight. No half-
way business: no half-baked rhlnfi
for you. Ho thorough for their' Is too
much hnlMieartedness in the world
ns It is. Think of the unsuccessful
hitxhiesH men nnd the halfway Chris
tians. Hather pathetic don't you
think? Let the business man Hke
enro of his opportunities which
como to h Im dally Instead of reach-
ing out for big things. Small thing
well cared for In the every day. cr
ate lrKo things.
The professed Christina must learn
to p'ant both feet firmly) on tit's
earth and not live In the clouds. Llf
nt its longest Is short and you will
leave this earth soon enough but
wlille you aro here stay with u -
nnd be one of us nnd do us good
he holnir a terrestrial Instead of a
Christ can be found wherev
some one Is doing good amoni? his
fellow men. "In as much as ye hav
dono It unto one of these the Lust
of my brethren ye have done It unto
Your heavenly mansion ha9 Its
foundation on earth. I would advH
that you build your earthly home o
Important Notice To
The rieitit agitation concerning adult Mti-d osiers In the state of Oklahoma ha- led to th arret of
several dealers who are adding preservation or water to their o)(cr. and thus endang. uu ttm publ "
health and defraudlnt; tho consumer.
lu one or tww Instances It has bees alleged that prworvrUlvo woro found In Senlshlpt Oyster' b it
In no case woro oysters alleged to bo Sentslilpt have been found to contnlm preservatives has the sam
pie been taken from original carrier with unbroken
We have fought the good tight for purity in oyaters for many jetir with the TOsult that throughout the
V rutted States and Canada genera1!) Keutahlpt Oysters stiind a the highest exempkira of pure food nnd
full value to tho consumer. All oir contract are written with the Intention of liwurliiK the purity gin-
oral excellence and food valuo of Sealshlpt Oyster.
In spite of all care however It Is Imposalhte nlwuvs to entirely eliminate the dishonest dealT and there-
by absolutely prevent all fraud on the consumer; but the cotisutver who exercises some cum to d it
Merchants of Good Repute and Who is Particular to Be
Served Out of the White Porcelain Display Cases
i aic il u-tratril in this advi rtis' inen' tuns prae' e t'
which bear the Sealshlpt trade mrk slnili.tr to tin
l no risk of getting adultoratcd ojstei -
The ncnsntlonal articles which have recent 1 been pub lslied through mt the state have put a suspicion on
all o.-iers hut VU V KI.COM H INVIWTlti VTION". nnd ate pleased that the pure food authorities hao
taken up the oHter question In Oklahoma. Such Investigation Is certain to vindicate the Senlshlpt System
because the Sealshlpt System has nothing to coueeal.
Consunx rs ate Invited to help us lit the wurk of delivering oyster in their nnlural pure unadulterated
ni'l w hob Mine condition suul any on1 of fraud or deception which may come umler your notice will bo
lgorouly prosecuted if you will notify us of the e.lreuuihtances and the
offenders puuhthod to the full extent of the law
We eartn'stly aolle.it your aid and ciHipemtlon in the work of delivering
to the customer WHAT II W PAYS FOIL
National Oyster Carrier
South NorwalK Conn.
Cold Storage MarKet
Is the SEALSHIPT STORE In Ardmore
the foundation of love for Cod and
man walk lu reverence before Him I
and wlioo you shall have reached th v
period In life when the shadows tf
evening around you gather It W"'J
be yours to lllld the duplicate of
your iimnsloim on earth. One found-
ed upon love. It's what you make It'
Let ns put this world in the rlght
place. So many of us -'it It lu thei
wrong place. Let us read the Sacred .
Scripture with both eyes open so we
enn see and absorb Its great truths j
When you do. you will go out and
do somebody good. ICnd the day right .
ly. Don't ask (lod to forgive yourl
sins for generally wo don't mean any-
thing by it. Supposo you pray 'i
am afraid I spoko harshly anil ang-
orly to some one yesterday." And
when you see that some ono the next
day say to him "I nm sorry t spoke
to you as I did yesterday I want
you to forgive me." He honest In
business and upright in UTc.
"So teach us to number our days
that we may get us an heart of wisdom."
Yates Center Kan. Sept. 18. 100S.
After my doctors gnvo me up to die
ilnH'B Texas Wonder cured mo of
ktdnoy and bladder trouble. It Is the
best tnedlclno on earth. Mrs. H. S
Johnson. Sold by all druggists. D&W
Everything good to eat un-
der one roof.
WE CAN DO YOUR CAS FITTING
Don't wait until it gets cold again
Phone 60. Ardmore Supply Co
Thone 0. F Frale. He ts prepared
i . I
to do that carpenter worn on snurij
W. P. Poland
W. H. Foster
Poland & Foster
Office Over First National Bank.
Telephone No. 48.
That's tho namo of the best floui
sold in Ardmore.
Iliad Ardmorelte want ads.
Brown & Bridgman
Funeral Directors and
Larf'i'st line of Funeral Goods
To Loan on Forms
Money paid when papers are signed. No commission
or examination charges.
Gorman and Bogie
lnbiirntice and Loans
Over City Nut'l Bunk. PI one 50 Ardmore Oklnboma
COMPARE OUR SERVICE
Postal Teltfrsph Cabls C.
N. WaihlofUn St. Tel. No. II.
THE CITY DRUGGIST
9 W. Main St.
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