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Free Vole Ballot
Good for 10 Votes
IF VOTKDOX OK BKFORIC SATURDAY, APRIL 12.
in The Ardmoreite's Great Double
Tor Miss Mrs.
Tills Free Vote Ballot when
black bonl.'r, and brought or sent
office, will count the number of
whose i. ame is written hereon.
Good for 20,000 Votes
Contest Kilitor, The Arilmoreilo, Ardmore, Okla.
1 Nominate Yiss Mrs
As n Candidate in The Ardmoreite's Great
Double Automobile Contest
Only one nomination blank accepted for each candidato which
counts jn.iMtO votes, Person's name making the nomination will
not be divulged under any circumstances.
SUBSCRIPTION VOTE CONTEST, j
The Early Work in This Campaign '
Counts Read the Schedule.
Following is the subscription uito (
schedule together with the price of j
The Daily and Weekly Aidmoreile.
INoto that there" Tire three periods!
with a material decrease in each set j
of schedules, which gives all early j
candidates a decided advantage in
the accumulation of votes for the ;
winning of any of the sixteen grand
Ifl-emLnms to be awarded Juno 5.
Better send In your name today and ,
join tho prize-winning crowd!
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
(By Carrier or Mail. )
(First l'eriod April 2 to April 21 in
clusive Trice No. Votes
Five years 2r..ui) SS.OOt)
Four years l'O.ihi 05,000
Three' vears 15. Oil 45,000
Two vears .... 10. 00 28.000
One year . 00. ....... 12,uo0
Six months .... 2.r0 4 000
Three months . . 1 .50 2,500
THE WEEKLY ARDMOREITE
Price No. Votes
Ten vears $ lo.no 2S.0O0
i. u 5.0H 12.0IHI
Four years 4. on S."0
Three' ears :'. ."0 5. "00
Two vears 2.00 I!. 500
One year 1.00 2.001
NOTK - In this oontesf Sl'lt
SCKIFTION VOTK St'llKDlTK l'lv
CUKASKS The votes glow less as
the contest proceeds.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
(Second periodApril 25 to May 15,
l'rice No. Votes
Five vears ....$25.00 SO 000
Four vears 20.00 fio.0"0
Three 'vears 15.00 42.000
Two vears 10. no 211,0011
One 'vear 5.00 11.000
Six months 2.50 3 500
Three months . . 1 .50 2.250
THE WEEKLY ARDMOREITE.
Price No. Votes
Ten years $10. Oil 20.000
Five vears 5. 00 11.000
Four "years 4. on 7.f00
Three vears 4.5'H)
Two years .... 2. no .".000
One year 1 .'" 1.750
NOT K- In this contest the Sl'lt
SCKII'TION VOTK SCHlilHTlC 1K
CKFASKS The votes grow less as
tie contest proceeds.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
(Third period May 16 to closing
hour of contest, June 3.)
l'rice No. Votes
Five vears $25.00 72.i'Oi)
Four years 20.00 53.000
Three years 15.00 .in.niiO
Two years 10.00 24.000
One year 5. On 10.000
Six months .. 2.50 3,000
Three months.. l.r.n 2.000
THE WEEKLY ARDMOREITE.
Price No. Votes
Ten years $10.00 24 .000
Five' years o.i'O 10.000
Four years 4. 00 7.00.1
Three years H.OO 4 or0
Two vears 2.00 2.500
One vear 1.00 1.500
NOTE In this contest the Sl'B
SCRIPTION VOTK SCHLDUVK PE
CRKAS1CS The votes grow less as
the contest proceeds.
cut out and neatly trimmed around
to tin? Contest Kdltor, Ardmorelte
vctes printed above for candidato
Police Court Busy Again.
( ominp; in biinches like the spring
ing up of the festive johnny-jump-tip.
I lie olTcnders nainsl the peace and
dignity of tho city of Ardmore filed
before tho municipal judge to tell
him why they should not be assessed
a part, oath, of their bank rolls in
the name ol good government.
A Choctaw woman who had been
placed under arrest charged with
being intoxicated wa3 released upon
( 1 der of the court, it appearing; that a
mistake had been made in her case,
one drunk was dished out a fine of
seven dollars and fifty cents and told
to do it no more. A negro was given
,. little bundle for a c. o. d. of five
dollars for failure to pay liis street
tax. A gentleman who got his lo
comotive powers mixed and tangled
up with a bicycle which he was try
ing to propel down the street while
he had a souse aboard was) tcld that
his offense would be forgiven this
time upon payment of five dollars,
and a negro woman who accused an
other of calling her names and mak
ing remarks reflecting upon her mor
ality, chastity and good demeanor
will have a hearing this afternoon
lor disturbing the peace by the vio
lent manner m which she resented
the assertions of a derogatory char
acter so made by the other ebony
To Probe Osage Affairs.
Guthrie, Okla.. March :',0 The ac
tion of the late secretary of the in
terior. 'Wtiltcr Fisher, In suspendins
from office Chief Bacon Kind, and his
Osage tribal council, was the basis
of an Tder to 1'nlted States District
Attorney lloardman from the depart
ment of justice to have the federal
grand jury make a thorough probe of
the entire matter. But the district
! attorney derided that the matter
j would "have to be referred to Attor
j ney General Wickershanf s successor,
1 Judge Me Reynolds, before any def
! inite action can be taken.
It was charged by the interior de
partment that some of the oil mag
nates had been very officious in in
fluencing the voters of thu Osage
tribe wTTTi a view of securing the
election of a chief and members Of
the tribal council who would show
preferences in the making and ap
proval of oil leases. Very serious
charges are of record, and District
Attorney lloardman is ready to mak"
the probe if Judge McReyuolds or
Rock Island Comes to Relief.
All agents of the Ko.k Island lines
in this state have received orders
from the freight transportation de
partment of the road to deadhead all
shipments which may be made to
sufferers from the storms and floods
in Omaha and in the stricken sections
of Ohio and Indiana,
FI TO FHE
GAME WAS CALLED AT THE END
OF THE NINTH WITH THE
SCORE A TIE.
Sunday's game between Dale Gear's
Western leaguers and tup local club
resulted in a five to five tie, tho
game being called at the end of the
The visitors found young Naylor
for two singles and two two-baggers
in the lirst inning, which gave
them two runs, but after that helJ
them scoreless until the fifth when
wo singles and a .two-bagger result
ed in two more runs. Lefty Alleii
pitched the last three innings for
Ardmore. Topeka's final score was
made in the eighth off Allen, a sln-
ie, a two-bagger and Reynolds sac
rifice scoring Manager Gear.
For Ardmore there was nothing do
ing until the fifth, when the locals
fell onto Fullerton for three runs.
The other two runs were made in
the seventh off Reynolds, who had
The visitors played a clean game In
he field, and only one error was
chalked against the locals, firubbs
being the olfender. The first sacker
more than redeemed himself for
this, howcer, by two safe hits, both
of the two-base variety.
Topeka AB R H FO A 1-
Olluin, 2b i 1 2 2 2 0
nnlin, Sb 4 0 0 1 4 0
Forsythe, If 5 1 2 2 0 0
Mcl.arry, rf 4 2 2 0 0 0
Rapps. lb 4 0 3 13 0 0
Fret.ch, ss 4 0 1 0 3 0
Clear, cf 3 110 0 0
Hillings, c 4 0 1 9 4 0
Fullerton, p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Reynolds, p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Totals . .33 5 12 27 11 0
Woodard, 2b 3 1 1 1 2 0
Pelkey, cf 4 0 0 0 1 0
Cray, 2b 4 1 1 3 3 0
A. Naylor, rf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Palmer, ss 41 1 1 2 0
Hart, c 4 0 1 8 0 0
Brown, If 4 1 1 2 0 0
Grubbs, 1b 4 1 2 11 1
B. Naylor, p 2 0 1 0 1 0
Allen, p 1 0 1 0 2 0
Totals 33 5 9 27 12 1
Topeka 200 020 0103
Ardmore 000 300 200- -3
Summary Two-base hits, McLarry,
Rapps (2), Billings, Woodard, Gray,
Mart. Grubbs 2), B. Naylor; ssfcrl
ricn hits, Woodard, Gray, Reynolds;
stolen asos, Dulin, Forsythe, Olluni:
hits apportioned, 9 off Naylor In 6
innings, 3 off Allen in 3 innings, 5
oq Fullerton In 5 innings, 4 off Rey
nolds in 4 inningr: smic'. out. by
Naylor 5, Allen 2, FuliertoA S, Rey
nolds 3; basej on balls, of N'nylor
1, Allen 2, Fuilert m :, Reynolds 2;
passed ball, l!lidr-i,.: doi.Me p'ay,
Billings to 01!:::n; left .m bases. To
peka 7, Ardoirrv 1. Tniplre Cum
mings. Topeka Team to Norman.
Tho Topeka team left today for
Norman whe re a game will be played
(his afternoon against the state uni
versity team. Other stops will be
made en route to Topeka.
Catcher I.'rwln, who came here froui
Fort Worth, hoping to land a job as
catcher, was sent on to Durant, as
tiic locals have a surplus of can
didates for itis position.
Marietta Here Tomorrow.
Sis Hopkins' Marietta ball team
will be here tomorrow for two games
Tuesday and Wednesday. Hopkins
claims ho has the best independent
team in the state and says he w-ill
make It Interesting for the local
team. These games will be played at
the city park.
Transportation has been wired to
Outfielder lYYrlch, whose release wls
purchased from the Bonham team
He Is in Montana and will not he
here before the middle of the week
With the arrival of Welch an-1 Sulll
van. the locals' outfield will be com
plete. Manager Naylor taking care
of the other outer garden.
Pitcher Duffle arrived yesterday
from Waco and will be used against
Marietta. Pitcher Dierdorff is still
nvsstag. He should have arrived
several days ago, but nothing has
been heard from him.
Manager Naylor will begin weeding
out his surplus players this week.
As soon as the missing players ar
rive, the regular team will be de
Dr. King's New Discovery.
Soothes irritated throat and lungs.
stops chronic and hacking cough, re
lieves tlckline throat, tastes nice.
Take no other; once used, always
used. Buy it at Ringer Drug Co.
IMMENSE CROWDS ATTEND ALL
OF YESTERDAY'S MEETINGS
One of the largest audiences ever
assembled to hear a preacher in Ard
more was at tho Broadway Baptist
church last night to hear Rev. J.
Frank Norrls preach, livery seat in
the church was filled and many were
compelled to leave without hearing
his discourse on account of lack of
accommodations. lis subject last
night was a soul brought to judgment
and was handled in his usual force-
lul, eloquent manner that was re
ceived with marked attention by the
large audience. At the conclusion
of his discourse he took occasion to
thank the audience for their respect
ful attention under the crowded cir
cumstances. Several came forward
and united with the church at the
conclusion of the services.
A very Impressive service was held
Saturday night, and Rev. Norris ask
ed how many of the deacons, trus
tees and Sunday school teachers
present would give 13 minutes of
their time In service of tho Lord. All
stood up and many of the members
as well. Dr. Norrls their seized his
hat an.j said: "Follow me," and led
by himself and "Sir. AVnde the great
audience was soon broken up and
were marching down Main, Street,
singing hymns. People came out of
their places of business to see what
It all meant, tire crowd increased and
when fhey returned to the church
thev found a prayer service in pro
gress, conducted by Rev. Masters.
Sunday's services were the climax
of all thus far held, there were 4G0
in Sunday school, the pastor and Rev.
Norris held a short service with the
Baraca class and Rev. Norris after
wards addressed the entire school
At the morning sermon he took for
his text from 1-Cor 8-13: "If eating
meat causes my brother to stumble,
I will eat no meat forever lest 1
cause my brother to stumble."
IDr. Norris stated that the Christian
enjoyed the greatest liberty of any
people in the world and yet they Lad
no right to use that liberty to cause
their brother to stumble, that we
are out brother's keeper and should
think of his liberty as well as our,
own. He showed that thechurch had
lost Its hold on the world because
it does not seek the welfare of the
of the world, that the church has
been worldized and oftentimes can
not be told from the world. He sta
ted that his conflict in his own
church in Fort Worth began when
he began attacking the worldliness
of the church and evangelizing the
At the close of his sermon Rev.
Norris put four pr6ioBltions to the
congregation along the lines of
worldliness. first, everyone who has
not given a card party in the past 12
months; second, everyone who has
not glveTfa. dance or engaged in one
for the past 12 months; third, every
one who does not belong to a club or
Institution that fosters tho dance or
card playing and drinking for 1
months; fourth, everyone who has
not tapped his "Budweiser" for 12
months to stand up as each proposi
tion was tailed. Barely a third of
the Christians present were able to
stand up on these propositions. These
were brought forward and all agreed
to cut out this practice in the fu
ture. The men's meeting at 3 o'clock wag
well attended and many expressed
a dfeerminatlon to lead a better life
The old folks' meeting this morning
was one of the greatest and most
impressive of the series. Rev. Nor
ris announces Ms subject for tonight
"The Mayor," and for Tuesday nlgnt,
"Fads, Fancies and Fools."
Some Norris Sayings.
"Every secret thought, every wild
deed, every impure motive, every 1
ID Hi MIS
Clearing Away The Sale
Same Easy Rocker $10.00
Are not displayed by the Tornado. It's cun
irg is unannounced and accompanied by wreck
Follow the example of the cautious min and
guard against the ruin by a
J. C. KING & CO.
PHONE TWO. TWO. FOUR
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. v . nR GILMORE in
hidden thing; in fact, nothing shall i
be kept back that is covered up for
'God will bring every secret thing
Into his -judgment whether it be good
or bad.' that's what God's word says
and where It speaks let every man
become a liar who denies it.'
'There was a certain man who
made his helpless creditor pay forty
per cent on a loan during a drought,
this heartless creditor would not
write this exhorbltant rate in the
face of the note but made it the
ijrli;ipal. Be not deceived. God
will bring that usurer to judgment."
"There are some of the devil's
crowd In the church. I wish he had
every pne of them. There are a
whole lot ot the Lord's people out
tlde of the church. They have no
business giving the devil the benefit
of their influence."
"I was glad to hear one woman
say today that she went home and
burned a deck of cards after tho ser
vices this morning. I haTl as Boon
have a hunch of rattlesnakes in my
house as a deck of cards." I
One more week sale on Samples,
then will establish the lowest cash
prices ever made on furniture.
A. C YOUNG FURNITURE CO.
Ardmore, Monday, March 31, 1913
MR CILMORCBOtS OF CO. B
MR.CILMORC m THE HAVOC
MARCH 31 IN HISTORY.
ISO" alave trade abolished by the
1513 Battle of San Antonio, Mex
ico, between the royalists and the
1 5 14 Baris ca.piai'ated to the allied
1S27 Ludvvig von Beethoven, cele
brated German musical composer,
Ii37 President of Mexico protested
against the recognition of tho
Republic of Texas by the United
IS52 Tremont Temple, Boston, en
tirely destroyed by fire.
1SG4 President Lincoln ordered the
transfer of 1,000 negroes from
the army to the navy where they
might, be trained as seamen.
I aO I British under Col. Younghus
band repulsed the Thibetans.
'912 Heaviest rains for years In the
ORDER YOUR GROCERIES FROM
"LAUDE STUBBLE FIELD, SUCCES
SOR TO J. A. CLARK, 115 E. MAIN
:T., PHONE 633. 31-2