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THE DAILY ARDMORIITl
Ardmore, Wednesday, August 7, 1912 PAGE FOUR uDc pail!) ;rDmorctic. By The ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING CO. SIDNEY SI.C.US President C. L. UYIINE M1. JOliN F. KASLEY ttiiWr Entered at the Postoffire at Ardmore as Second-Class Matter. THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF CARTER COUNTY AND THE CITY OF ARDMORE If It is in The Ardmoreite it Is legal TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION The Daily Ardmoreite. j One Year j me Month f:, Cue Week 10 The Weekly Ardmoreite. j One Year by Mail H-W ; ......, OU . Three Mouths .25 Any erroneous reflection on the character, standing or reputation ot . .pur.n firm fir coruoratlon which may appear in the columns or j The Ardmoreite will oe giauiy col lected upon lis being broiiKht to the attention of the management. Phones. Husiness Manager's Oflice City Mitor's Office lxmg Distance ..538 .. 5 ..538 Ardmore, Wednesday, August 7, 1912 DON'T KILL THE BEDBUGS. Charles E. I'r.ither. Ph. D., f Den ver has discovered that it is a sin :o kill bedbugs, to kill mosiuiloes, to kill flies, or even to kill ants. Tile g'-ntleman states that the Dl vine power whiih iinlmed man with life did not give him the right to take even organic, much less animal life. Hy lying down at night and bringing the thought waves into action, the mf, reposing upon a bug-infested lied, trying to sleep in a mosquito-hub-n atmo:;pherV the most avaricious and insatiate blood-suckers of both 111" winged and the unwiiigcd varieties may be made to beat a hasty and an ignominious retreat to another 'hay Idle." Tho genllilnan rom Denver, at an altitude where one will have to break the ice on tho water pitcher three hundred ami sixty-five and one-qnar-ler mornings in tho year, or else go unwashed to his breakfast, may be right In tho st-and he has taken. Ity wait ins until midnight to retire and then neglecting to ill aw about bis re cumbent form the sheds and blank ets of his couch, ho may co-mingl"' his thought waves with the ice-laden air and the mosquitoes will s'ay in their fiost-bitlen condition of coma and the lulling remain peacefully sleeping in the cracks and joints of the bed. Living, breathing and sleeping un der these conditions, one may permit his nature to become imbued with the Idea that it is unrighteous to swat the fly, to massacre tho mosquito and squash the festiv,, bedbug.-Hut down in tills section when the winged de scendants of the vampires of the .Jer sey swamps claim cousinly relation ship, when the gentle fly wanders over th naked dome of thoiiuht and the nimble bedbug, though lie has no wings, wanders up and down tli,1 sleepers spine then, whether It lie right or wrong, whether the mosquito or the humble bedbug be under the direct protection of leity or not. then the averag,, man has murder in his soul and. forgetting all the teach of over six thousand years of ings SLEEP Did you, sleepless one. ever try a dish of GRAPE NUTS and CREAM just before bed? Sure you never did or you wouldn't train with the "sleepless squad." It's a Bad Pnctiee to load up the stomach with a promis cuous variety of rich, indigestible food at nijjht because it "tastes" jjoiui. Strength Without Bulk, is a requirement of an ideal food for tho last bite before noinjj ntd- The food that is concentrateil so that a sufficient amount for all purposes will not dsitetul the stomach; the food that is practically lire-digested so the organs can, without undue effort, absoi b it wholly; the food that con tains the tissue-repairing and energy-mak'tie- elements from clean field grains that contains the Phosphate of Potash which com bines, by vital process, with albumen to repair the gray matter jn brain and nerve centres that's Grape-Nuts Try a Dish but four heapin? teaspoonfala with cream, and a little sugar if desired, eaten slowly before rotiriDp, if you're hungry, and note Low well) ou sleep acd how fresh you leel in the morning. "There's a Reason" 1'OSTUM CEREAL CO., LTD., BATTLE CREEK, MICH. ' slowly advancing civilization. he- I comes for the time a primitive beliia. i . With a swat, a bang and a flounder, j with an anathema against the -lunate j and the non-screened windows a in. against tli savins disiosition of the landlady which prevents her, in Ci" name of humanity, from buying insect powder for humanity's sake, the deed is done and the life of one of tho creu'.ions of Omnipotence has Joined the hand on the bright and and shin ins; strand of which poets have sun; and harpist.-, have harped since the first house-cleaning day when the ark grounded on the top of Arrarat. The average man might lie willing to surrender his claims on a large and juicy porterhous,, because tin beef from which It was taken may not have died a natural death, bu' ! the members of the medical profes sion will not, fcr several yiais sur I render their claim that the fly is a spreader of disease germs and there- fore his execution should be legal ized, nor will the man with the bald head or rosy-tipped nose believe its execution anything but justifiable. Neither can the poor layman lie brought to believe that thought wavep will, banish the singing iiamis of wingid marauders, nor the perfumed night wanderer -of blood-letting pro- ! pensities. j Wh'-li the lime comes that one can I 'tit beneath the buzz of the gentle house fly and banish it by thought waves; wlmi through, tin- same mili um, he can cause the mosquito to vanish into the stilly night and (be bedbug to rest in calm indolence while he sleeps in rest-restoring re pose, tln'ji the day of tho millcniuin will he at hand and the lion and the lamb will lie down together. A Good Show at Tent. Dubinsky llros. Slock Co., opened iu weeks engagement last, night in their big waterproof tent located on corner or Main and C streets The opening play was a highly in teresting society comedy-drama, en titled. "The Mansion of Aching Hearts." The play was a good one and the company is by far the best stock organization that h-as ever been seen in Ardmore. The lending man and woman Mr. I'M Dubinsky and Miss Irene Daniel were the leading players wiMi "Tlie Common Law Co. ' which appeared at the Kobison opera house last November it dollar and a half price. Iocal theater goers who were fortunate enough to see them mill remember the remarkable work they did in that play, also that they were the handsomest pair ever seen here with' a theatrical company. Every summer they head their own stock company, as a sort of vacation, and at the same time keep in trim for the following season. Tho fact tb-at this clever pair is with the com pany will no doubt be the means of attracting Ardniore's best theater goers. , They have a good supporting com pany, and deserve the patronage of the best. Tonight the company will present "When Women lxive,'1 a 4-act comedy-drama. High class vaudeville specialties wilTlio introduced between acts. The company carries its own orchestra of ten. Champ Clark Renominated. Montgomery, Mo., Aug. li. Speaker Champ Clark was renominated for congress in this, the Ninth District of Missouri, at the primaries today 'without democratic opposition. way wmi.tnc r Corn Dentist!1- "BINGO" Bills Knifi and Chilli Have you a coin, callous, bunion, wart? I'se judgment use "Hihgo." Di.n't try to slice it off or dig it out - dont run risk of blood poisoning' Pout' lt corn surgeon cut or sand pai'er your feet. How can he know ho v )?ep to go without hurting you-- without drawing blood? Why pay him j more lor just t mporary relief than ' a whole bottle of "Hingo" costs 12 ! bits)' Don't use sticky plasters with . nis fronds here claim that the Tish thin coating of dope to affect surfac" j oiningo man ran either one, io or only with straps to bulge the stock- I three in every county in the state, ing increase pressure against tender! thereby crarying the state at large. painful spot and make you wear lar ger shoes. IJingo's better, quicker, safer, more thorough, (iets rid of these pests en tire. Allays pain and inflammation ipiick's n wink. Corn or callous shriv els up you pick it off. throw it away' Harmless to normal flesh Mingo's 2.ric at drug stores, or sent direct ly Dennison Pharinacal Co., Ill No. Dearborn St., Chicago, III Sold In this city hy H. Fred Snider, 10n Y. Main St. WHEN WALKING WITH LADIES Nearly Every Country Has Its Own Idea it to Place of Mala Escort. Almost erery country hits Its own fashions for men who walk with ladles on the public streets. In America and In England we walk on the sld of tbe lady tbat Is nearer tbe street. Many years ago when tbe streets were not kept as clesn as they sre now, any person walking on tbe outer edge of tbe pavements was likely to get well splashed with mud and rainwater, and that Is wby the gentlemen took tbat side, so at to save the ladles' fine clothes. In noma countries It la considered better for the gentleman to keep near er the middle of tbe parement In or der to preserve the lady from Joirt Hug of persona going in the opposite direction In a crowded street. When It la the rule for every one to keftp to the right those who are on tbe left of the two passing streams ar continually being bumped Into. In Germany tbe gentleman always keep rn i be same side of tbe lady, no mat ter which side of the street they may be on or w hich way they are going. Money Value of Women. lf you are a married woman, and were asked to tell Just what you were worth in bard cash to your husband, what figure would you name? Tb question la not a fanciful one by any means, but has been a subject of Ju dicial consideration. It was this way: The wU"e of (owa farmer bought a gallon of what purported to be kerosene, but which was afterward shown to be 21 per cent, gasoline. When tbe woman used some of It to start a fire with the stuff exploded, and she (M bin ut to death nd her three chlldten were seriously Injured. The woman's husband sued the dealers for damages and the Jury swarded him $25 for tho loss of hla wife and $299.71 per child on account of Injuries. The defendants evidently thought thnt a woman was not worth $25, for they took an appeal from the verdict. The learned court, however, declined to Uiok at It In that light, nnd the Judgment was affirmed. New York Mall. Church on the Sahara. The African Desert of Sahara, 932 by 2.484 miles. Is a Vicariate Apostolic, Us population Is about 4.000.000. With the Vicariate Is attached the Sudan. The European Catholics number 1.000, negro Catholics 600. It has 4.000 cate chumens, 40 missionaries, 15 Sisters, 12 church. 10 schools, 7 orphanages, 5 hospitals, of which two are for lepers. Whale May Live BOO Year. The land animal which lives tb longest probably la the tortoise. Un der farorable condition It will live to an age of 350 or 400 years. One died at the London Zoo which was said to bave attained the age of 350 years. The ordinary whale lives to be 600 years old. No other animal X Ui a live to be that old. Very Few Copperhead. The copperhead, although deadly venomou, seldom attains a length ot more than three feet, and is, fortu nately, not plentiful, comparatively few people having ever seen one. Its fa vorite habitat la a rocky, mountainous woodland, and never an open meadow. ARLY RETURNS F CONTINTED FROM PAGE ONE. in today's flection," was the mes sage e.-(!overnor Haskell gave t'J t lie lialveston-Dallas -Sews Unieau by Ions-distance ai niiunight. "I am in- t --. .1 ...... ... . ..1.1; i .. . i. ...1.., ) 10: nil u inui t t-puuiiLaiiB uy lite wiiue:- nale oted in the demurrage prima lies, notably in .Muskogee county and in Washita, as well as in other loun i"s, and in each instance Senator Owen is able to claim a heavy vote f"r that reason. If I have bei a de feated by democratic votes, of course, that gel ties it, for 1 am a democrat; ' 1Mt lf ,lle Jim Ua,ris AW Society has done what they threatened, ami what was contrary to law, I probably shttl inves! igatc." Congressman at Large. There is nothing autbenitc in the race for congressman at large save !hat Hill Murray is either first or s.?. end in all the counties heard from. Claude Weaver of Oklahoma t Hy said tonight that he had assurances he had cairitd the state. The heavy vctes in the section were for Weaver. Murray, P:ansoii, l'ruoitt, Thompson, Koberlson and Echols. , Hayes of Durant ran second ir Pawnee county Tie onlv eforrs from the congressional races show that Scott. Ferris in the Fifth and Tiiid McGuire in the First dUtrl-ts havp probably been nominated. An unconfirmed report late tonight says that John I!. Turner, chief jus tice of Hie supreme court, has been renominated from the Muskogee Vin iu distiict. , Political leaders claim that ibr Or Kou plan for direct election of I'nitcd States senators, which was separately submitted today, had been adopted, although pracicaily no re pons thereon have been n-eived. Early Morning Estimate. Majorities at I a. in. Wednesday re ported heavier than expnted from southwestern counties caused Owen managers to revise their estimate They now claim a majority for the state of IIO.OOO. I -ate reports say Jackson will give Owen !fu0, Caddo I.OuO and Canadian l"UJ majority. ALABAMA LYNCHING. Farmers Execute a Negro Who Had Killed White Man. Demopolis, Ala., Aug. (! Sam Verge, a negro, was taken from officers late Saiurday night near Halls creek, Ma rengo county, near helre, and riddled with bullets. His brother, Richard, heavily aimed, is being sought by a posse and if caught tin; same fat" wjjl probably he meted out to him. Vernon Tut t. a wnll-to-do farnici. was the employer off the negroes and Saturday evening had words wli.Ii them about putting a team of horses out of the rain. Tutt struck one of the m groes with his list and the oth er got possession of a shotgun in dan dy's store and they barricaded them selves after driving Candy and Tint off. Later Tutt returned and was shot and mortally wounded. Candy gave tho alarm. A large crowd arrived and not find ing the negro in the store, went in pursuit and captured him. A vapor bath prepares the skin to perform its functions of health. At the Palace Barber Shop. chicken feed wheat, a good clean feed, for $l.i!j per hundred pounds. Ituy it from your grocerymau or the Ardmore Milling Co. 4-'? A SQUARE MEAL does not always require that it be eaten at the family board. Tete-a-tete with a lady friend is never more en joyable tnan when at LUNCHEON OR DINNER f at this restaurant. We have substan tiate as well as the delicate "bon mots" and we cordially solicit your patronage. XIJIIJI.1B1JJIJ.TJ jj 9 ill I r- ' r CiASSIFSED NO ADVERTISEMENTS FOR TH8 COLUMN AMOUNTING TO LESS THAN ONE DOLLAR WILL BE ACCEPTED UNLESS THE CASH ACCOM PANIES THE AD. ADS THAT AMOUNT TO MORE THAN ONE DOLLAR WILL BE CHARGED TO ANY RESPONSIBLE PERSON. MISCELLANEOUS. J. R. DEXTER. Farm Loans. Low Rates. Easy Terms. Ardmore, Okla. I SEI-L AND RENT TYPEWRITERS and handle ribbons, carbon paper, oil, etc. G. P. Selvidge. Phone 310. FOR SALE OR REST Drop-head Singer and other kinds of sewing machines, at hard-time prices. J. t oldsmith Loan Office. 5-lm AM STANDING my fine full-blooded young Jersey bull for $2l spot ash. C. I'. Hall. 7-lm FOR TRADE ItiO acres, 60 in cul tivation, good water, good climate, good land, lots of all kinds of fruit for family use. 90 miles southwest of St. Louis on Frisco, for grocery stock, general stock merchandise, or hotel, worth $3, 500 or $4,000. See W. A. Ed wards. 4-tf WANTED WANTED TO SELL, rent or repair the Singer or other sewing ma chines. J. N. Moore. 7-lm WANTED To buy whiskey and beer bottles, iron, bones, rubber and metals. C. P. Hall. 7-lm WANTED To trade good u-room house and lot 73x300 feet for stock. A bargain for you. Apply 900 C 6t., N. E. 2S-lm WANTED 'Men to learn the barber trade. Unlimited term. Another rush for barbers this season. Best trade in uxistence today. Good money. Light, clean, inside work. Write for free catalogue. Moler Bar ber College, Kansas City, Mo. 4-6: WANTED To teach you Shorthand at home. Mail Course in Spencerlau Shorthand $10. Easily learned. Easily written. Easily read. Sel vidge Business College, Ardmore, Okla. AGENTS WANTED At; EM'S Do you want to run a clean, bonafide business selling high class hosiery, underwear and ' sweaters in your community. All j merchandise sold through repre- i sentatives direct to wearer. Noth j ing sensational. Simply a straight- i forward business enterprise,, quality merchandise, liberal commissions and our hearty co-operation. Good Income assured. Reputable sales people investigate. Write 11. & S. Supply Co., Utica, N. Y. 23-S-5 I LOST AND FOUND. LOST Silver flower pin between Post's drug store and Truman's residence. Finder return to Miss A. Turman and recilive reward "-:! MAORI GETS BRAVERY MEDAL Australian Prisoner Rewarded for Sav ing the Life of Trooper Who Had Arrested Him. For the first time since Us Institu tion says the London Dully Graphic, the Albert medal has bean awarded to a Maori for gallantry In saving life, end the circumstances connected with this heroic act are so extraordinary that they are worth giving in full. The recipient of the medal Is an aboriginal native of the Roper River, Australia, named Neighbour, and the story of his brave act Is given in the London Gazette In tbe notice announc ing that the king has conferred the medal upon him. On February 1, 1911, Neighbour, who bad been placed under arrest, was being conveyed to the Roper River police station by a trooper of the po lice force named Johns. The Wilton river, which was found to be In full flood, had to be crossed, and Johns, who was on horseback, and was hold ing in his hand the neck chain by which Neighbour was secured, set the prisoner to swim in front of him, while be followed. The horse got into difficulties In mid-stream, and before the trooper could clear himself he was kicked In tbe face by the animal and carried off by the current Neighbour, Instead of using the opportunity of making hi escape, went to Johns' assistance and brought him ashore with great diffi culty and at the risk of bis own life. Discontent. We are never more discontented with others than we are discontented with ourselves. The couM(loufi f wrongdoing makes us Irritable, mid our heart, in Its cunning, quarrels with what is outside It, Iu orr ttmt it may dearen the clamor wntin -H. F. Amlel. Read tb Want Ads. ftortk rJ! FOR RENT FOR SALE Breakinc ud houseiceon. ing, all household goods. Inquire 2i D St., S. W. Phone greeu Ilia, t 5-fit FOR lEN'T (i-room modern housed one block from car line. Rent $15.00 per month. Phone R. A. Fox. 12-lm FOR RENT Modern 7-room house now occupied by C. H. Cook. See Julius Kahn, C St., S. W., Phone 22a. 3-im FOR RENT (-room cottage, gis and water, $7.50; 6-roora cottage, mod ern, $15; both close in; 7-room cot tage, gas, water, barn, $10; and oth era. Phone 96. O. M. RedfielJ. 21-lm FOR SALE FOR. SALE Pure grape vinegar, 25c per gallon, 5 gallons delivered for $1. Phone Joe Eastine, Red 426. 28-lm. FOR SAiE Business property on Main street paying all taxes and ex penses and netting the owner 12 per cent on the price asked. See L. W. Cruce, Phone 255. 21-lm FOR SALE One of the best young harness mares in town; also good rubber-Ored runabout and harness. Bargain. Phone 632. See Mcln-. tyre & Abbott, 29 Caddo St. 7-12t FOR SALE The East NWtf, SEU, Sec. 7, T. 3 S., R. 3 E., Car ter County, Okla., 20 acres, 1U mi. from Berwyn, Okla. Good, ldvel bottom land. Write B. Becker, New York National League 'Baseball Club, 363 Edgecombe Ave., X. Y. "City. , .,;t FOR SALE OR TRADE Well estab lished retail cigar and tobacco bus iness and billiard hall, modern equipments, a money maker. Reas on lor selling, have other business. W. C. DeW'itt, Ardmore, Okla. 28-lm FOR SALE Fifty acres of land iu the center of the Wheeler Oil Fields. Want the money to develop adjoin ing property. L. W. Cruce, Ard more, Okla. 21-lm FOR SALE 215-acre farm three miles southeast of Overbrook, about 90 acres in cultivation, 3 room house, good barn, fine well of water and good fences. The price on this will move it. Small payment down, balance to suit. See Steve Xoland or phone 402. 8-lm FOR SALE A whole city block 260 by 420 feet, on car line only twelve blocks from Main street, 6-room house, 2 porches arid hall with city water and electric lights, good bain storm house and chicken house, 100 bearing Elberta trees, also. plums, pears and cherry tree. Two good wells, one on back porch, beautiful shade trees, very desirable place for home with best garden and truck patch in the city. Price is right. One payment down, balance to suit. See Steve. Noland or phone 402. 8-lm LOW TONES ARE A SEDA1IVE Pitch the Voice Deep When Under Nervous Tension and Self-Control Is Gained. An excellent sedative for nervous excitement Is found In using the vole at its lowest comfortable key. Imme diate relief from stuttering Is often obtained by dropping the voice from a high pitch to a lower '.one. Teachers whose pupils become restless and un ruly as they themselves grow tired and nervous will find that a low pitched, quiet tone will relieve their own nervous tension, and prove won derfully quieting to their pupils. This simple expedient Is also use ful when you are trying to control or prevent weeping. There are times when a person fears to talk lest he break down and cry, yet must answer a question or carry on a conversation. Again, tbe deep lower tones of the voire, Joined to slow, deep breathing, come to tbe rescue, and self-control la gained. In any situation where on must 'niggle for self possession, the low pitched voire, with Its Impression of poise snd self confidence, Is a wonder ful aid. FJven tinder ordinary clrcum- Unrea the lower register of the speak ing voir Is richer and mors musical youth's Com pun Ion. Thtsir of AMIATROSS wbew you e yfitir groear.