The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 214, Ed. 1, Friday, February 11, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITB
Ardmore Friday February It 1010
ARDMOEITE PUBLISHING CO.
SIDNKV SUC.dS President
I ii'i icil at tlu Poatofflee nt Ardmor"
as Second Class .Mailer.
OFFICIAL PAPER CARTER CO.
AND THE CITY OF ARDMORE
tf It Is III the Ardmorolte It Is Icftnl
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
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The Weekly Ardmorelte.
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A iiv i.mmnnim rnflp.it Ion ml till
chnrnctor. standing or rutnitittloit or
any perfion. firm or corporation
which may appear In the colnmoB of
Tho Artlmorf lt will be ludly cor-
rected upon Its lining brought to th
tlti iition 'f tin1 iiiiimiKeiiieiit.
Win. I). Ward Tribune llnlldlnK.
11 F llenrlipioz ISIS Maniui'tt
II Oodlidld. fill" fil:i .limnlia
Hilllrtltig Dallas Texas
Ardmore Friday February II 1910
Wiillc no mil' Is disposed to take
m rlously tho atinouiiooinont of Mo-
man Pnieltt's enndhlnoy for g.ivor
nor there Ih one plank In hi pro
posed platform which moiiiiiIh good
to many that helnit the one pro-
mising n hill "nlmolutoly. finally and
eternally separating the exociltlvo
and Judicial function or the state
officers." 1'nrcell Register.
If tllll Murray has the courage
with which we liao ulwayH credited
him will lie stand mute hefore the
now Taylor bill which repeals tho
honest act or the first legislature
making the Inltlutho and referendum
clause of the constitution infective
and under guise of making such
chuiho eifectlve destroys all ItR use-
fulness and makes It a menace to
popular government a more shame-
let. bill has seldom been Introduced
in any American legislative assem-
bly. MeAlcster .Vows-Cnpltai.
This republican paper Is taking a
peculiar Interetit In the candidacy
or Hill Murra. It In now making
a flattering appeal t Ills COFR.V'!i:
to Induce Murray to take a fall out
with tli legislature anil invites him
to attack the democracy of the state
for the sole pnrpooe or sowing dis-
cord among the democrat of the
state The cdlt-'r will rind lllll Mur-
ray far too sensible to lend an ear
to such advice.
Hill Murray starts Ills t.tiipulgu
for the gowriiorfclilp of Oklahoma !
a tirade against the newspapers oi
In other words throws .t ' va the
gauntlet to the press of tho state and
deficit it to do Its worst. Mr. Murray
1- hardly Justifiable In his assumption
that the press of the st.it" on tho
whole u venal and purchaseable.
The men engaged in newspaper en
tcrprlsc-t in this ktato stau 1 for a
high class f citizenship as the
i nun In any other calling. Tho nowr
! papers of nil political parties aro
' rather above tho nverago of the
' male arotitid us and If they nra
' iioriilly nanlmt lllll Murriiy there Is
n double y a rem in for It. Thil
i'on In not far to seek The atavj
i" Oklahoma hi 'flsil through
bitier pxporleiici-n i.i is Blow pain-
i'.iI rise fnm n han'.le coinlP'i.u
ti that of settle I v -i iiiimnt. Old
-1 I illtlollM In the e;'U I'lilf o' I'm
state nie unpleasant lilciiinrloB Bill
l itil.- like M imll in Hi' MililiU of
Ih'cf who hate bel ! to riKllt llielr
nay up through Hie dirktieM of the
old tribal regime.. The -i i' u Ok-
lahrtm.i owps much ' Hit prorfriU
he newspapers nlirt It lines not III) III
.!i mouth of any inin to duiioiim-n.
ti e m ns lacking lu atrlotl.'in
The folio nx la the program for the
Soul In anteni Stn'e Teiiehew" CoOpo-
ratlve iiwict itlnii. to Ik held In Ant-
more Okln. nt ItnhlHou'a opera honae.
on February 25 and 2ft UHO:
Friday 1:00 p. m.
Mimic t'honm. Mm. N. 0. Wood
Invocation !. C. 0. Wolth Aril-
Our Course of Study ( t
I D.iea It Afronl the Heat Training
lor t liorounhm a?---!. II. iiiiett.
ui nr'i : fiit Chootntv county: His-1
kliu- llrnnt e.t Sup!. I' I -i'luiMh i.
IteadliiK- lleille Cmro'i. Kmillieast
eie Norinal. i
0. Herat hUcUHKlotl- I d by Miipeni
i-'iirteii' To-ii Voiiimblorxl. I'nuls vm-
IV cs I Ktlfflclenlly Kuiphaslie
the I'l.l 'iial Until of Cllle: sliii-
I'H.f W. t". I'retieli S. J. . Normal.;
Snit . .1. H. nK l.ove ciHinty.
C"nb HuiilKlllK lb IH by Slvteen (HrN
of the HoiitheiiHteru Normal
i IHscussloiiI.eil by Principal T. I).
Fi Ha Love county.
I'lnuo Solo-Corn Parker Sent heHSt-
IS. Doom l! Secure the Heat Fnds
I or Moral Training? Supt. A. H. Mace
l'urcell; Principal V. M. .lones Ma-
l!nciiMm I.i d bv Supt Leslie Huff
Song Mrs. V. C. Woods.
The New Education.
I'sji-IkiIorIciiI Side- President M . H.
PiMctlcal Side Supt. F. II. Cinholtj:
Friday Evcnlno 7:30.
Mush High School Ohorus -.
Van Wornier director.
Wank Orll -SMeea Ladles of the
Southeastern Normal in costumes.
Welcome AildresK On behalf of the
city of Ardmore Major Collier; On
behalf of the Schools Supt. ('has. Kv-
Iti'sponsi- A. S. Faulkner Sup:. ..i
. Ily sclioolii Hiiko
Song Mlsa Abby llaniia Ari'moie
Heading .Mian Uabelle Hoyd. Sont'i.
nhtern State Norm i' School.
Prcaldi nts Addrcaa How to Org.vi-
le and (irnde a Small Country Schoo
Supt I. I Cook Atoka.
Song -.MIsr Cauicron Hoone leie-per
of ocal tnusle llarxrove (Vli-ge.
AdUrets State Supt. K. IV Came-
Hcni diction Hev. II. O. Connelly
Saturday 9:00 a. m.
Primary and Intermediate.
Chorus - Ardmoro High School MIsh
Van Wormer director.
Imocatlo He Leslie Sander. of
I Methods of Teaching Heading Co
Supt. M II. Knyuood Supl John
ScrilRhillii Coalgnte; Mrs. Peail Stew
!nrt Steed Wooihllle; Corn lc nal
arnmm.Tr Grades and Hlu.li School
The Teaching of Arlthmeti I'm
l. F. Proffltt. Ronthinatern St il. N...
' mal I mi rant.
IteHilliig lloruldell Til : li ii ; '
easli in Niirmal I) ir.ii:i
4onn ll'iisaoli-- Led lit Ml- 'or
i inno 1'Suer Antlorfi.
onn- Ml an Vnu Wormer.
SyinpiMliiin -Vocnl MiikIc - How tun)
Why- Prof. I. A. Crltcx-t Wayni- 1..
j i Chi Isllini eotinty Hllperllltendelit.
McAlenter; Slipt. A. Jeffrlea. Stlgler:
I A. .1. French county supei in t -nlM .
I SyiiipiiHium -CorrelatliiK and (Iroiip-
iik of SlibJcctH- Principal H. L. Mc
Plierfo:' of llnrtahoiii; Supt. A. .lef-
. niea. Stlgler; Principal If A. Chestiut
Hokehlto; Principal Will. Copp. Albion.
Saturday 1:30 p. in.
t Prlnclp.Vs and Superintendents
Coiirtolidatii.K I tn nil Schools Miss
I' ai l llradflelil county siipeilntend-
eiit of Paula Valley; A. II. Croutlia-
inel. county auiierlnteiiili iit Poteun; P.
K I'alaou. county superintendent Ida-
bel; M. L. Cotton county superintend-
ent Stlgltr: II. C. King enunty su-
pei nitendeiit. Dura n t.
(fimrtelte- Soul lion: crn Normal
How to Study Prof. A. O. Parsons
Southeastern Normal Diirant.
DIseiiaHlon Ldl by Principal .1. L.
1 Piano Solo Haydle Hlchey South-
eatein Normal Diirant.
i The DoLtilti. of Interest Principal
I'red Tucker. Mllburn; Principal (Jen-
try llodgi s Ardmore;
I Ividvey Lehigh.
Principal .1. Mi
Principal F. .1
DIkciihmIoii Led by
While It Is often impossible to
prevent an accident It i nover Im-
possible to be prepaied It Is not
beyond iiny olio's purse. Invest 25
cents lu a bottle of Olininberlaln'n
Liniment and you are prepared for
sprain bruises mid like Injuries Sold
by all dealers.
of the Street
Flic This Morning.
Fire at .;s.-. this morning wi dm-
covered In the engine bouse at "io
brick plant. The department :irr!e ;
quick .-nu an I the Hani -t were e-
tliiKulsticd at a 'os of t'l.itit J'iO.
The rooting was badly buns 'I. 'I ho
oilgln probably ie-ulted from the due.
()ear Payne who made the race for
the legislature lal year was here to-
day f i oiu Deese He said the people
of bis communlt) orgauled a demo-
cratic club last night of twentyflvo
members. The officers elected were
Oscar Payne president ami Sam H it-
' lor secretary. The Deese people in-
One Hottlc of I'c-rit-nit.
MR. F. L. DOULLIOUN.
F. L. HOCLLKII N. ililS StaU
St. Little Hoi k. A I.. write:
"I have been n stiffen r with the aslh
ma fur nbniit four J'eai- lind i tried
Jllferent kinds of iiiiillclnei ami cuiild
not f 1 sit I any relief for II.
"I tried your niedlcilii-' bought a but-
tle of Portion and after taking about
half of II I must my thai I h:"c not bad
Ibeaslliniaslnce. ibfen-1 tool I be ined-
b lue I did not know what II win logo
to bod without having Hie athnia."
Mr. Sanuiel Hurib n 7iU Hpritiglleld
Ae. Slllllllllt N .1. wrllei-:
"In the fall of l'.l I bad repealed
stlncks of cold which ilevi-loped into
"It lelt mo vi ry weak and all run
itiiwn. When I ot up In the iiiorulnc
il w ould lake nbout an hour to get my
head and throat clear.
"II also left me with a very weak
all-gone empty feeling In my stomach
which I thought
w:m dyspepsia for
which I tried (llf-
Weak and All
i Willi Ncry llllle improvement.
"I finally decided to give Peruiia a
trial. I felt benefited with the llrstdoso
After taking three bottles I was en-
tirely cured. I cannot t-pcak lu too
' high terms of your wonderful discov-
Peruiia is manufactured by the
. l'eruua Drug Mfg.Co.ColiiiiibusOhlo.
vlte all the candidates to visit them
frequently and liinke speeches. The
club was organized for the purpose of
(teaehl:i; the principals of deinoe-aev
and not for the purpose of bootlng
I any one man Into office.
City Cleik Oeorge Henry -uij.
Sidney Suggs Mayor Cotner and Un-
cle Andrew Hardy returned last night
from McAlester where they were pres.
out at the meeting of the Masonic
grand lodge. They report a most en-
pmiuoters or tin Pair asso-
he'd a meeting last night
city hall. The incorporation
wen not ready and the bus-
tor which the meeting was
bold c. ultl not be transacted. Another
meeting was called for Monday
nigh' At this meeting the proposi-
tion of Incorporating tin association
will he thoroughly gone Into and
definite action taken. Aili ng the farmer-:
at the meeting las-t night was
W. .1. Scott. He talked Interestingly
of tiuck blowing and fancy chicken
raising lie said he could sell every
chicken he has on his farm at $1
apiece ami iiinde many remarks of
encouragement to the fanner and the
Fair association. Seed corn eanio
ill for its -h. i iv of the discussion
ami tli .-
pit -cut enjoyed the brief
GIRLS BOOSTER CLUB COMPOSED
OF TWENTY-FOUR MEMBERS-
('oiiimeicia Chili (ill 1 Houston How
does that sound? Pretty good don't
you think? Such a club or boosters
Is now bong organized. For the pres
e t the club will Imvo twenty-four
nu inkers. They will come In crpinl
numbers from the dirferent wards
The first duties assigned to tin
fills' club will be the cure of the
teachers at tho meeting of the South
eastern SI He Teachers' Co-Operatlve
association which will be lu session
lu re the Inticr part or the month.
Tin fe j tiling ladles will see that
every visitor has rooms lu convenient
loc itlo- s ihey wl!I see that tho teach
era have every courtesy possible
shown tin in that they are taken care
of in the way of the best place to
git good meals and will have charg'
or the etitertaliiinenta to be given the i
County Superintendent Mrs. Nlhlaek
lias originated the plan and every lady
spoken to has agreed to enter upon
It r duties with a vim that means sue- t
c ss lor the undertaking.
Now when the teachers aio gonu I'
Is the plan of Mrs. Nibtaek that the
dub not be disbanded hut that re-
cruits be called for ami they will call
upon the secretary and directors ot
1 tht. commercial club ami volunteer
t'.ielr seitieta to assist In any under- '
taking the club has on hands. The
women lu other cities are aiding In
work of town building ami wherever
they hnve undertaken a piece of work I
there has been success. The women j
bore see. the opportunities that lu be-
fore them and they will not hesitate '
to grasp them In the Interest of the '
Lincoln Day. i
Lol. H. A. White who Is selling the
Walcott addition left hero today tor
IC Heiio to visit with his family and
to be present at the Lincoln Day ex-
ercises In that city. He will return
A few minutes delay in ti eating
some eases of croup oven tho length
ot time It takes to go for n doctor
often proves dangerous. The safest
way Is to keep Chamberlain's Cough
Iteineily In tin? house and at tho
first indication of croup give tho
child a dose. Pleasant to take nnd
always cures. Sold by all dealers.
:: :: it :: SJ :s
DO YOU LOVE ART?
IS You will be delighted with
a visit to Mrs. Hartley's stu-
K dlo with Mrs. Jordan tin A ti
I street northwest More than H
1 1 twenty different kinds or art tl
work on exhibit. She has a 8
! kiln and fires china at her tt
1 It studio. Pupils learn rapidly
j It and are delighted with the Jt
I tt work. Lessons aro not expen- tt
slvo and It Is Important that 8
; U tho child have lessons In this :t
I tt work. They learn moro rap- 8
1 8 Idly than older persons al- 8
8 though anyone can soon grasp 8
8 the work under tho superior 8
8 methods of teaching used by 8
' 8 .Mrs. Hadley. Monday Tues- 8
8 day Wednesday and Thurs- 8
I H day aro devoted to tho classes 8
tt In Ardmore nnd Friday and 8
8 Saturday to Marietta. I'so the 8
tt telephone or call. 8
8 tt tt tt 8 8 8 8 8 tt tt tt tt 8 8 8'
Mere Wishing Never Brings Success.
To limko a success in tho cure of
Kidney bladder or Hheumntlc trou-
ble take Hall's Texas Wonder. It
gives quick and porman-'nt relief.
Write for testimonials K. W. Hall
292G Ollvo St. St Unils Mo Sold
by all druggists
WE HAVE CASH BUYERS
For two or three good farms in Carter County if
they are cheap.
We buy sell and rent City Property. List yours with us and
We are selling the town of CRUCE OKLAHOMA the only
town in the world giving FREE GAS FOR FIVE YEARS FOR
ANY PURPOSE. $1 down $1 a week.
If you want to buy sell or rent see us. We know what its
KINKADE REALTY COMPANY
Phone No. 52 114 West Main Street
The great Baking Powder
or tne country
used in millions of
' CREAM V
Received the highest award
at Chicago World's Fair
FOUR MILLION ACRES
LANDS WILL BE TAKEN FROM
FOREST RESERVE AND RESTOR-
ED TO PUBLIC DEMAND.
Washington Feb. 10. Mole than
four million acies of land will be
stripped from the forest reserves of
tho IT.ilted States in the near future
and restored to the public domain for
homestead settlement through the gov.
ui mucin's policy in carrying out the
Clifford Plnchot Ideas as to the clas.
sKleatlon of forest lauds. This Is the
Initial result of President Tail's aprov.
a! of a plan jointly submitted to him
!u few ilajs ago by Secretaries Wilson
jiin'il Halllnger for the classification of
The lands Invo'ved In the reitoin
tton ifor hettleinent are those not
suitable lor forest purposes and repre-
sent more than 2 per cent of tho totnl
forest area. As three-tenths of tne
jforest domain still Is unclamiried
It Is difficult to estimate what will ho
the total elimination when the whole
area has been mapped out.
The great area it was announced
today which would ho eliminated from
the forests Is scattered throughout the
reserves. The now plan U expected
to Insure the amicable adml.ils. ration
of tho public lands by the if.r.cial hnrt
office and trie forest h.rcu.
At a popular price at the
Best in the city
Meal Tickets and regular Table Board
FROM WHICH TESTS WILL BE
MADE IN GOVERNMENT LABO-
RATORIES IN WASHINGTON.
A letter from Proffessor (Jould Suite
(leologlst. Informs us that the geologl
cal surey In eo-operatlou. with tin
department of good roads nt Woshlns-
ton Is making a collection of road
building material from various parts of
the state with leferente to hiving tlii
same tested lu the government lahora
tori seat Washington. The -government
engineer Mr. .Ja.s. 1". Vohell.
in company with Mr. L. C. Snider
chemist of the state survey is now J-
Oklahoma collecting rim' '.nlldlng tin-
terlal. Professor Could cxp.'cU to
accompany these gentlemen nt least a
part of the time.
The party expects to be in Ardnior-
in two or three weeks and will c
Unliie the limestone .asphalt nnd
other road making materlalri lu thif
vicinity. Samples will bo sent to Wash-
ington and will be tested freo of cost
The results of the tests will Iw on
file lu the offices of tho Koologlca
survey at Xoniian and can be obtained
by any one upon application.
I-ifirlppo pains that pervade th
entire system I.aOrlppo coughs that
rack and strain aro quickly cured by
Foley's Honey and Tar. Is mildly
laxative safe nnd certain In results.
Sold by nil druggists.'
sci-:'i: hk.i iuf sun wt in tub hoi si: hoiiison1 opkh hofsi: t omohhow .oht.
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