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Ardmsre, Tuesday, April 13, 19M
"HE DA'LY AP.DVOREiTE. PAGE TWO AMERICANS' THREE EVILS WARNING FROM GIBBONS ix ''!.. ' "' u. who t'jSa u':.. "' i ' . and he ar hab!e '. ' " ' I ' ;"' .m ''.. . . . ' f ; o . ur i 'i poijgamy ' 1 ra''oft and r - : a . : like ffiTl - .-ml - r pr froi -ir, p ' "!:r - v '1 . , rnl , ; j ; -jgs ' ;.f . i 1 - - ' f .i a "5.i.rl ' mi ',f tb . .. -,':ng ' .. v nts a. v h i "ii I . - a . to r 4 ... T - r-t )Tfm i i ; out -. -'. . - ;ik --arj .t k of i re ; - . .' :.?. -. I ' s irga ' : lbs ft " - aJoa ' rgaay ' ' '-' ' ' k-t aad ' 'itsliy a&4 "4 BU Or '4BU who ia - & iwi Uaw whil baring SttabeJtd living, bttt legally 1 by a decree of some court, . ..rgjaawat. Accord! nc to the -ata reosut la the twenty -ween 1M7 and 1IM there .-Tit divorcee In the United :n ih. ..me rrlod between 4 there ,ere ,v.M dl- .-...ed or r.arlv vm-oo ... t r ..., saf han itrant ORGANIZE INSTITUTES ONE DAY MEETINGS TO BE HELD IN COUNTY SEATS OF DIFFERR ENT COUNTIES OF STATE. T.v vi rk of organising and conduc tii? Farraers' institutes on the east b. ! of the state will be taken up at ii- 1 One-day meetings will be held ni roun'y aeats. The forenoon sea- tlo'i -vnil begin at ten oclock and the ntKn.'nm session at one thirty. Th) - Kit,, will be heM rain or shine. H . ,,ntle. are arrange,! in lt.ner.r- i. 1.. save time ami eenae and It w.ll rot be convenient to change the ,1 st . .... i...,r..,a ..in 1-. nr..eni in a- w " ' " . . -m . . . ' ,1 , sunjects 01 imere.i m larmeis . 1 ,-:nea. mm. Farmer, are urgd t: Mk" a day Olf. and bring tnoir me nonnweaiern pan. 01 ine ai.ii ..na older children to thla meet- will be held In July. Hates will be P : (Urn and cotton growing, live announced later. rt"K loll weevil, and other aubjecri v, !l ' dlacussed. A full set of offl- xA u. eierted: alao a deleaat- , , r. r. .,., .he .onnv t th.. annual 1 mm)! at ritlllwater In August. Ar r : . n,. nts will be made for a fall i- 1'. and for apeclal Inatltutea it (! ( '.nt points In the county A wo- .1. partment will be organised. .,k of the boys' and girls' con- ll be explained. The co-opera- l monstratlon farm work b the State, depart ni' m of agrlful- 11 be present''!, and a number farms - N II be will , i prof I (!') and ' i are dat ' ln ated In ea. li i ' ii i nit Hi ugri Di li d.i ' work, and ' 11 The meet- i wrybody ii.il plates of in Mile. Adair n '. April -.' Ih lawHre con. ' . April 'i t more. Kogers county, April i' . ii.,. Nowata lounty, April 7. i t. 'raig county. April 28. 1 m., (Mtawa county April 89. I t. Tula, county, April 30. iiu. Creek county. M.y 1. p rMi hvllle, Waahingtor county. M Pnuhuaka. Osage county, May I. , i ,uis,.iix MiiMhonee rountv. May R. ' Wagoner, Wagoner county. May C Pryor Creek, eiayes county. May 7. Kufaula. Mcintosh county. May S. Mi Mester Plttsburi: county. May ji, u',.u,.vn Seminole county May 11. ,!: , - - . . - 1 V OeaITllJl V-U1I1Plt In Ton lo Twenty Days. NADIN0LA C"frjf?01,1 Ind'Matlfy the ft! by iiiuf nl . .. r-v-. ' i- A . o :a.:jr:.' n 'b- ;.. r'"-nt a.,d ti.ak. tr.-iw -i a - iyfctMa of .4wlou in a ..... . , -.. goh " -.'.. .-.a of re- - ..! at -a "i tDtn 1 f. T. U'k f -Ij" r--ft and or. th- part o? fit men. ,:ii--n ard tildf-fi car Wo0 a ,'..nal n aiad) Witn, a- awear- f oi n pan or jn m-o onaiani . ri of oat&a br naro '. al tde ttonvii war There nt.ml b aerere pnaXi provldul . r la in all the ttat-. aad enforce4 r'- ilr aalnt aweaHat. Ar r atatem cf ediKatlon wttboV sod l i loiperfen and aadenalnea the -lsajo of our youth. Ood baa tfven a h-art to b formed to lrttie. a aa a bead to be enlia1tned. By IiitUxm training we dlrer-t th. h-an i Irn omn berotn poaaaaed of a atiloa for worldly pleaaura and r-t a fata Idea of liberty aad ind'p-nd- w wan v . the duty of every woman who i carried to rear a family. ".44 that abe aboaM. O.id in- The one will tell her to wait i n. to travel aad to enjoy her- elf The ratholir hurcb. following the ' the p-r of man la origin aad destiny, In th- mind of the church, however, ,ual rlghta do not Imply that both should engage promiacuoualy la the aame pursuits, but rather that each a, should discharge those duties which ir. adapted to it. phy.lcal constitution and sanctioned by the canons of society.'' Wllbunon. iAltmer county. May 13. Ioteau Larlore county May 14 H.I.I..W a-nuovah rountv U.v 1". Halliaaw. Sequoyah count,. May lo. Ada. IHmtotoc county, May IS Atoka. Atoka county. May 19. Iehigh Coal county. May 20. Btigler. Haskell county. May 23. Idabe), McCurtaiu county. May 21 Hugo. Choctaw county. May 25. Antlera. lMsbroatabK county. May 26. Durant. 5ryMit county. May 87. 1 Madlll. Marshall county. May 28. Tishomingo. Johnston county. May 2S Marietta. l.ove county, June 1 Ardmore, Carter county. June 2. "I'd Rather Die, Doctor. Hulpbur Spring.. Murray .'!; June 8. ' die from gangrene (which had oaten Paula Valley, Garvin county. Juoe,awar f.Bht tn(ka) (f ym, don't." saM 4. all doctors. Instead he used Iluck- Purcell. McClaln countr. June .V lws Arnica Salve till wholly cured. " - " nt.nU.-k, ft ( . ..a f , ,. Inatltutea for the four counties In How' Th,s? W offer One Hundred Dollars He ward for any case of Catarrh tha on not be cured by Halls' Catarrh Cure. K. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 0. We, the undersigned, have known K. J. Cheney for the! a.t 1R years .ad believe him perfectly honorable n all business transactions and n.nclally able to carry out any ob- Igatlon. made by bis firm. Waldlng. Klnnau to. Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting dirtily upon the blood and nni'i'im surfaces ef the system. TeiMlli'.l.l'M nt f'ee JMcr 75 C'Ut per tmn).- in- all dnigglsts Tak.- llul.s Fan.lly Pills for con stljaMun d&w WILL INDIAN GET PROTECTION t re.st peeped out to feed on the lo hu Jpttpr Tha Wf. aUonal banks young corn. tmnHtoes .ml beans. He ,n 0l,tBril, au, Oklahoma City re UNUSUAL CLAUSE IN OIL LEASE found elpn tygfoer HrT hr mh inhah glMndetl immediately assuring Mr. REGARDING PRICE OF OIL found plenty of green things to feed Voimg o lhe toundnei. of the plan. GOVERNMENT MAY ACT. Washington. April 13 -The depart- lnt' ln xt tb. transfer of the lease, of the Ml- 1 "rove Oil company to the Olpsy Oil company, a .ubsldlary of the Gulf i msi-"i ... - t" y that the price for oil shall not f-H A ' provision In the transfer of the tayg that the Indian owner tlli.a T (tin tvimiianv f ,h land shall be iwld 12 1-2 per " " "" 1 -- " " the payment shall be Used upon a minimum of 41 cents per barrel for 1,10 "' Tho tiCt Ulitl tbo 0uU been buin !i i0r tha" n FREE REX rAMOUS COMPLEXION POWDER, tie king of all beautifying ;owiri. n is absorbent sad coo :rrit-in and m7 b nH where W-r 'sj4n are Inpossible. It "ili -ic- the beauty of the aott per ovicr.xSoB aad reader lees p-;i-Lt he d-fecU of ta pooredt It j eLiorsed by the leading professloa si aid society people, aad puwi- imy package to gle perfect MiUfacMon. To further latro4oc tfeit vooderfal p94r mak this ipte- m offr to TOl. Sb4 ni tho auaot U4 nMrcwci tf to !4i 1 10 mu la noner or atMatM to oorr Atm .ixl -rill ead yon prepaid Map' packafe of REX COMPLEX (OS POWDER, a aaapSo box of XXX OJB.VTinC BFACTY CREAM aad waarome llHurrmted BEACTT BOOK. Tbia haadtrxse book la " rg M4 corer. aad oomplete to j. tniBf ywi how to preaerr vt. m ehariaa. nfrt 1VVrmc HEATTY CREAM .,w . - noaltlrelr roar- wit Bout a peer we poauireiy s1" - ' that It r . will prodrjc or eoeoora. gro of hair or down oa to .aca. u au more body aad U a better workla? -ream than aay o'her cream maau- tared, aod will not tnra raacld. By dialina; with o yot ? teed aaUafaetloa: w will prompl-r return pnrthaae price If any of oar ankles are sot perfectly sailffacUrry to the naer. Add. Rex Beautr Specialists. K 3rd St. Chicago. Ill . . . . th J,rif" fU"d by ' rd. ta suptfisea 10 nu on rt sponsible for this unusual clause the transfer of tb properties. bfiNB1 up m ntereatln point. . . . t ' It U whether the government will permit the oil produced upon tne a . m . t V ...LI a m wn o '"" " price far below its real value. When c. E. Creager waa government oil lDapetor in OXlaboma. He brought .hla nlMfrtlon UD -od th. rw,U was " , .. v lT""n . " "ZJZ ZDt fear. ? JJ?JL , Take Z tng the government would take some action. It la said' that the price of 0,1 to t0 fH " lh'' ,. l?F" ,S W" on,d oU !t" """" r0,hKl" on tb" H"t "r VTttctlemm . The attention of tbe department of the Interior has been called to this, and should It be done It remains to be seen whether the department will protect the Indians by refusing to permit the leases to be pumped dry of oil which will be 'sold at a ridiculously low figure. ynr. -while the Indian is a lessor he a 1,10 a producer, to the extent of nM royaKy. and it Is up to the gov- ornment to see that he gets some thing near what the oil la worth Fever Sores, JoI Brn, an4 Ma aatound the worj, 2bo at Ardmore Pharmacy. Names Former Oklahtman. Washington, n. C April i3 Presl dent W. H. Taft has sent the name 7 t k w i .SLu 7,.L,i T, of John H. aropbell. formerly of Watonga. to the senate for confirm.- .. . .. ... t tlon aa aaaoriate Justice of the Art sona supreme court. Mr. Campbell was a well known Oklahoma attorney and resided at Watonga until a yea. n,n be moved to Phoenix, Arts " vnuln herne?.,5yParFTeyTry Remedv. It furnlhe . neeieii tonic to the kldnevs after the extra strain or winter. an u punnet me oioou uy stimulating the kidneys, and. causing them to eliminate th,. ImpurlUes from p. Fo'ev' Kidney iteraedy lmpartg new life and vigor. Pleasant to take. Sokl by a!l druggists. A Want Ad will sell it for you. Jaek Frost Came. The fierce south wind of Sunday hanged to the north Monday mron- tug and fire, were mini an ovor ( oats worn. L.st night the weather " ' nl upon, for gardens are looking fine. and many a res of corn ar up. It jB i,el..d however, that the dnm age will ! Might. The Swlno or the Flowr7 Ah mel I saw n huge and loathsome sty, Wh""" tJ of waUow,n! "w,De iiov; utiuijucb utA,at.t mw-. theeje; Tl.enU a vo,ce, "Ilchold the source j fle(li nn,j Mw n fiej,uhat wemed at first One KliUcmng mass of roses pure anil ... .wh',e. ,.,,. il. ,l-v nmn foliape And, as Ilincercd o'er the lovely sigbt, The summer breeie, that cooled that Wbrf. liehold the source of cStTOLIINBI" ANNIVERSARY OF JEFFERSON COUNTRY'S THIRD PRESIDENT 7 - :l ! rr-.r. H From hi fathe- Vi-r.l Va no of W-lth lcftt. b inlwnt-d a lara -xm. hkh u lncread br hia marriae m 1TT2 to Martba Skrhon. a wide fb,lc u omaoea la lie? rttn be waa elte a member oi Virginia rfouw o Burfeaaea. H took " rnt part la the meaaurea i' r Po4 to the rerolu- t,on "na ,B 1J- of aa- took a prominent pan In i"w1""" -u" u ralltna of the Continental Conrea. to whlrh he was aent aa a delegat. He waa made chairman of the com- mlu' of flr PPOi"t dr,w P v .k-"-"- . . th document with the esceotlon ot f.w nan tea auggeated by John bnL Jeff.r. ,..n Kl. eongreaa for the reason that hli pn- rat- affairs required hia preaence In Virginia. He waa a member of lh- ,ta!w j.iatui and bore an active pan n thf) attenjpt lo ma?c tbe iUt. ut tjOQk o lhe rtat? h.Jmonj.e with republican prlnriplee. He endeavored to aboliah the quad connection which Hated In Virginia between the church and the atate. In this he was not succeaaful at the time: but nine year after the act for Eatabliabin Re- i.ous Freedom. which he had drawn up. was passed. In the epitaph which he composed for himself this atute. the authorship of the Declara- tion of Independence and the founding l.BTmty Qf vlrfllUi are . M lQre, u o( h,, Ufe by . . . . ... wnich he wisned o be rememuerea. Hia name will be long celebrated for the fact also that he waa the original democrat, and is regarded in a sen- " ln ,ound,r of " rfemorrtlc Prty. During the war of the r.vol.i- llon b" WM R0VPrn0r f "d ,n M nl " mM"T to France. In 17S3 he waa elected to rnnmii in ITS! ho was sent tn France as Joint plenljiotentlary with Franklin and Deane. who were al- ready there. He remained In France ... . whln.on .niKlnt. wJ h)m fmry 0( btate. This he . u 17&, declarint; that "no circumstances whatever will ever more temnl me to ,.nKase in anythlns ,WUjc jefferaon led the parfy in favor o gta.. rlahts and a federal KOV,.nimPnt of restricted and care- TO EXAMINE RESERVE AGENTS COMMISSIONER SAYS RESERVE AGENTS WILL SUBMIT TO EX- AMINATION. Outhrle, April 13. It baa been re- peatedly pointed 'Hit that one of the weakeat places of the Suue liank (iuarantee law i that th reserve, of state bank, held by national bank, have not heretofore been subject to examination by the state banking de- Inent and that .ho. d a esenc Laul. 1ft, u.ll A .1, I , U'.fttl III tlltf. cssarily carry Into bankniptcy the atate banks hose reserve, it held. State Hank Commissioner, A. M. Young evidently took the same view lnw 1u-"l,on- nu 1, TZtl'Tl - k auuje, i vh,u-i.- ,u iu i- ly exammauons iiy m .va- department if they desired to hold . m lex.er rerr.-,. iu -.e,, the banking dertment wouM not approve any national bank aa a re- I I S . V. .11. 1 a ankliur w-rw nom. r "v themselves to this examination, and that state bank, would be ordered to re-move their roservea irom all nat ona bank( tnat fa ,Q corop,v wlth the order. immmZ L othusi.tic re.pon.es . . i. iia. a. . . a. . at)(, of ,u conB)gu.ncy with ood mllKBg( Dan Hogan. one of the best known a musical and literary program will financiers of tho itate. with the w rendered. Tho public and especial American National bank of Oklahoma y the friends of tho school, are invlt ( Ity. was the iirst to signify his ap- B(1 to attend. Hev. Donnelly of the ,irovai uf tne pian. The stork Yards National bank of . lonal bank ouwlde of the state of Ok- Uj () Ul(J regulation, and to make application to become one of the reserves for Okl.i- homa state banks ... board are usinn every possible pre rnution to mke tho Oklahoma bank Ins law tl." safest and best in the" union I :orn.-r I't'- alj-d a:.-.. K- i- - th - a Kpu!'iKaxi and fir.au 1 th titl- r-"n them as r- ;.roa h 1 tmocrau. hea Washing r-'; 4 aftr eigbt rears of offl"- a- rr. v sent, ana a sew election too riv tne two Bicneat caaaiaat-s w r- jo..:. Adimi and JeSeraon Adam the lareat vote. wa declared pr- -. nt. while according to th way tn. eoaatitutlon thea read. J-ffr.j:. rame vire prealdent. In 1T. Ti, """ ' w .."".. 110 when Jefferaon and Aaron Hur; were elected president and mc nr's. dent aaalnat John Adams. thr-f-dr rl -ndldate. The moat impotant a. t of - t.i.i.. mm Thn.k of I!tiialana from fVanc. Tbouh born and educated in the flrat rank of m,, ,1 Jefferon wag a d,.mo. rnl tk,.,- B14 ,rri- hr. Voi.t "that the world ii governed too much." and that "that government It beat which soverns leaat Thoueh a large atave holder he labor-d for prohibition of the slave trad-, and ot sUvery in territory beyond th- Ohio river, and advocated emancipation In Virrtnla. Hit writings consist motlt of atate papers and letters. Hi onl literary work was his "Notes on Vir flnia." published In 1TS2. H- had - oo-rhlW. a daughter, and has numer- oua aeacenaanu. ins aeatn was very remarkable. It occurred on th fourth of July, 1526. while the nauon waa celcbraUng tbe fiftieth anmwr- aary cf tUe rclaration of Ind- pen den e which he bad written On th Mm ,ja. john Adams, who liad -1 a - - w-h a . i , . i . , . auieo me ueciarauon wun aim ai-i in New Kngland. before his ' ath he had been so engrossed in public work that his private affairs had b- e,,me wr InvoWed. and grw noi and more so from year to year. In ,SU he W h" V"URb,e Hbrar' t0 coa"M for $25W)' about 8 fourtl' of what it had cost him. A few years later a friend for whom he had endorsed to the amount of $54,000 bo cam bankrupt and the loss foil upon Jefferson. After hU death his estate WM and brousht barely ..nongh to pay his dobts, although not lone Wore several friends in New York. I'hlmdeiphla and Baltimore had raised $17,000 for his relief. Virginia and South Carolina voted each $10,000 for his daughter, so she was able to pass her last ten years of life in comfort. SCHLEY APPEALS FOR FUNDS FAMOUS ADMIRAL WITH ARCTIC CLUB SEEKS RF.SCUE OF DR. CCOK. New York, April 1! Members of the Arctic and Exploration Iubs. who ' have recently been seriously alannr d over the continued lack of news as to the whereabouts of Dr. Frederl'K A. Cook of lirooklyn. who has be r missing In the polnr regions sin March. 1SH.S. have resolved to loso no expedition. Hear Admiral Schley, president oi the Arctic club, recently Issued an appeal for subscriptions, saying $1'. 000 was needed to equip an expedi tion, which Dillon Wallace has offered to lead. Dr. Cook was last heard from when at a point forty miles north of Oap Thotnaa jmbbard. on the north porfl v . - ms . h on ,rcn ' J0S' 811,1 h Ui then anout to make nts dasn tor tne Ip H ,(, cxlMlctP(, t0 rf.ttlrn hQmfi ,alRr lhan Sp,ltPinb..r s H Co)1ng WRlsh S(.cr(.tarv of Ac.o aml Kxpjoratlo (ul)lI 8a,l today: "Dr. Cook is so familiar with th far north that it may be he has re mained over for another year and Is Ju.t now making a second dash for th 1K1" Head Ardmorelto want odu. Jefferson Day Program. Jefferson Day will be observed at the Jefferson school building In the Fourth ward tonight, at which time Christian church will deliver an ad- .j anj tne nBn ficj1O0i orchestra win luniiHii iiiunn , POSITIVE CURE zEMOstopsItrhh cur'0 ftny raso 0( j L 1 llt l.f. I, ...III - the scalp clean nml licaKhy. I.Vir kiiIh evervu-here. Write for sain. pie, H. W. Hoso MeeJicinoCo,,St. Louia For a'o bT W. D. Frame. YOU'LL HAVE NO TROUBLES With your plumbing and tin work if you have us co do it. We employ only skilled workmen and always use the best material. No job too large or small for us, and all work receives the same careful and prompt attention. SPREKELMEYER WEST MAIN ST. A. D. HYDE Miner and 'Refiner of Asphalt WOODFORD. OKLA. Your inquiries and patronage solicited if interested in rock asphalt for paving purposes, refined asphalt for roofing, etc. Write lor prices and samples. Shipping point Ardmore The People of Ardmore Who have tried the famous BROMIDE WATER are highly pleased with it. The demand for this wonderful water is growing every day, E. M. Goff, Agent PHONE l'J7 ARDMORE. fixlm $25 R IT" CALIFORNIA poini ONE WAY COLONIST TICKETS ON SAI i: DAILY MAKCII I TO Al'llll. 30, I (). T ir it sieejK r da v(t nt i I VrecUs every Tui iday. Morovi r will he al low eil at tht iirurj'l tuny e.ir'h cniiteit winder Harvey r.itiils. l'rrttt ju,i r: . r.' Past ii e A i stiti w ill l rli a yti our du luxe Ixxkivt? cm tnlllor ins. horuttaiird i.f'.rn at. jr.. it anta K Acint. or nddrr?s W. .S. If you happen to be in Oklahoma City over overnight don't forget the Grand Avenue Hotel Good Cafe in connection. Gorman, Boie Sk Dobbins Insurance and Loans Reliable Insurance, Quick Loans, Over City National Bank Phone 50 Ardmore, COMPANY PHONE 9 OKLAHOMA Hot Water in a Few Minutes Is available where one ot the new heaters nre in use. No waiting while tho lire burns up. No taking u cold bath in disgust rather than wait all morning for warm water. Let us put such n heater in for you. We'll do all the plumbing work necessary and cbarye you only moderately for the whole job. What do you say? WEEKS BROS. Practical Tinners and Plumbers. Sam'l A. H rr ki, .Succritor 26 S. Washington St. Phone 2& TO f nre? "li.h'iy hiit.tr fr r s ne VIA KEEN AN. (J. I'. A.. (iulveMon. Oklahoma. McFarland's Hotel F. J. McFAKI.AND, Proprietor. McALESTEli, OKLA. European Plan. 75 modern rooms 75c and $1. Large sample room. A popular priced restaurant in con nection. Fish dinners a specialty.