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Ardmore, Friday, November 22, 191?
THE DAILY ASOMOREITE PACE TWC he Cheerful Life It in t. rvM of pxrtr,p t I re ?vl er,y the cheerful life. We owe It to o'-rv.jvt-. i.r.d t :. hve wr.n ui to l.ve th cr;e.-rf-i Lfc We, liLr.n-A a j fc-i if i.i h .'i.'.ji r.'.r.'-a h of u-. 7 r,f Wif, n.'it.'T a.i daufr.t-r Buffering from tot f! th, E.err-u?!ifnu, Titr is a rcW. F'rty yean exerienc h&j prvto ucriialakab! tit DR. PIERCE'S favorite prescription iri.J r-vre hA..ti l wWf-J '.ma' :r-i. F"T 40 ytart it ';rv;vJ l f.-i'i -e, ' r i rr S-J I y -t-r ,ri m,-l nr. in ii'iu.'J or tLit form. Lr. I i'T'i v -;t- J'r- r;;.' ',n T '..- -an dm- , or rr..j-J ca t" u-i f fjre-ce.-.i ..'.-.;, I jt or tc tu. AiU.'m it. V. I'lercc M L Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet regulate and Invigorate ttarrtach, liver and bowels, Sugar-coated, tiny granules. "MET PIE TO BE RESUMED S PRESIDENT TAFT ON THE K SOUTH PREPARATIONS BECOME APPAR ENT FOR APPROACHING SES SION OF CONGRESS. .. . . . . TV- j. r--, nt :-;:r j rtrt in t.- I .'a lght'-rs of ill' ; t. u a a a r- 'ii' ly played a c-r-'ii0u:i-3 hy the - Conf. d'-ray, who V. r.rt :..d a iwi. l.j (it:, "-r.il (':j:.;w.-rj"- lion t.iat 'for sm I ! .low l , as:..i,i.iui. .-xj.. .i.- in-: b -:.s of a !i;ty f'-r the com. tig .--.--fioc of cm -" made 'h'-ir appear ance a!ojt th- it ii ;.ii-i Whiu Hous-? to Hv. The hoiiM- orn.tiitt-c on hankiiiK and currency ui'-t to j.lauj1'" a rcB'irnption of th 'n:ori y tr.-t" iiivi -itigation li t . ') nn-mb-rn of iho houce an!r3ijriatioiiH om rr U t . hean -work on th ann'ial s yf : bills for next year and 1'rennl-fnt , Taf: canceling nil engagements fori i-r hloii'- for a nion'.ii::e:r. l'..;;e:t K. I.ee all'! tht (V au in the Arlington Its bijMiifioanoe had two The Wif- tile rer-OKhl- t'ne ;-ld t'-eiin' wtiith hal .ii.- a, linn; rankled -ay tho next, two days, arranged to be sIti tomorrow the writing of his an nual megiiaKe to congrt-BB. Jt J8 u.nueratoou ;ne hi 'ollow the plan adopted hibt yea' of dividing into Foparatc liieHsage the recommendations nj.on various bii'j ti.f ta. Tii. first nieBBa'-'e to In- B'-nt to ron'reHR noon after it meets pro- j hahly wi'l ho Keneral i!i haracitrj with particular attention given to , the aehievemerit i of th year in re-1 iations with foreign -oiini ries. Sub-j BH4''ent messages will deal with II- ( nancla! affairs, anti-tniBt and rai'.-j road leglnlatior., the army and navy ! am! the i-rpoBjd eiitiihlihlimeiil of ( a budget system for the cBtimatlns rf federal appropriations. Secretary Knor. took over to tse president todjy son.e Htate depart-1 ment dati 6"n foreign relations. t The congreBHicnal "money triist' , committee, after i conference In Chairman lijo's rooms early In the day, determined to have its hearinya Dec. 9. Ho w;lll endeavor speedily to dear up fliat branch f the In quiry dealing with the operations of .stock exchanges and c'earlng houso aSBoclationa. V.'fthout ud ll'ional I ewers conferred by congr.-us, It w:ll l-o tinablo to co-nplete t'.ie in-(l-.iiry Into the "concent'ati. i (f( fioney and credits.' n amendment to Mi. ;i:in:!n: lu .v , Avl.lch has passed t'i. hoiise and ib ii )v lief ire the Keiu.te, wo"ld yhe, tlic committee jiowit to ont'iin di- j rect information, which it d'-em; iti-' dispensable from the national hanks, i An attempt to necure this informa I1, n f.'cin til ((ni;,r"" M- ;if t cnrieiifv hax ho far been nrisiii-cess-, dee;i in til.' .Southern h'-art aeti'-a.ly U'-;U. exret as a c,io:t vntr.in-niai remini-eri' e, iuo ' ui ; oetry, romance and pathos, ana 1 illumined with the pride of tradi !tio'i and heritage. How l.eenly he i ;ueiilcnt sympathized with this and how jjstly U-i -rnpha';ized the fact that the north shared in the com mon appreciation of American hero-i.-iii he f)iihl ha'-e found no better words to express. Me said with deep ieeim? tnai ine .oiun couiu ; not surpass the north in Us admira ' tion for the display of courage, en durance, and se'f sac-rilice -which j were not wasted in the service of 'the Lost' Cause. Thoe words are I well wolrth quoting verbatim: j So great was the gen:,.K !or mil ' itary leadership of manv oT your 'geneials, so adaptable was tho indi vidual of your race to effective war like trailing, bc full or patriotic fiaciifice were your people that now, when all the bitterness of the strug gle on the part of the north has passed away, we are able to share with you of the south your just pride In your men and women who carried on the unexampled contest to an exhaustion that few countries ever Buffered. Tho calm obuerver and historian, whatever his origin, may now rejtico in his heart that the l.ord ordained it as it is. Hut no H(ii of the south and no son of the north, with any npark In him of i ri le of r.ve can fall to rejoice In that common heritage of tour-a-'i- and glorious sacrifice that wo have in ihc stoty of the civil war ami o" both sides in the civil war These an.l simi'ar e'.o.i u tit strains suff:cicntly asserted the president'.. Iiomane to a nob!'! sentiment which ftril.es a thrilling chord wherever men and women read of ureal deeds. Hut it is to this most f-dicitous al nision t.) the present that atteiitio-i will lath'-r turn. ("omr entlnsr on the fa t that it is far more diffi cult fcr -i r.'iiuhilcan adminis'ration ful. i hec ..mbarrasH 'l '--"'crat:c onr feeling of close I idatior.shiii and southern brothers .ud sisters the Notwithstanding these ctnbarraRS treii's,'" said Chairman l'ujo today, tin. fomreittec nronoses to prers 1 1. I . I .. 1 . ... nt -n 'f IcSti-1 ' iiiii'-ih "I ' :or:ii'd with t.ie taking inoriy. stood piiry doubt nittei e ui es It i hould be cleat ly under that no comprehensive ln can be (ompliieii until all as t'i the powi r of the corn to f.-eure the data that it re has b'-i n removed . " If you have young children you hive perhaps noticed that disorders of the s'omach aro their most com mon ailment. To correct this you will find Chamberlain's Stomach and I.iver Tablets excellent. They are asv mil pleasant to take, and mild erc.;itcr and pintle in effect. For Bale by all dealers. Stop and read the Want Adl. mired states," he proceeds to say "lu solving the mvstcry of that Providential ill;-pensat ion which now brings on a democratic an.mli istra tion ti sMi-i ecd ti'iH. we must admit the goo, that will come to the whole co miry ir a more confirmed sense of partnership lu the irov ernmet't, wiii.h oer brothers and slstcts of the southland will enjoy in an administration in which sou thern opinion will naturally have influent e and the south great'T proportionate rein eseptat ion in the cabinet, In convress and In (ther hit-'h official stations. vVhil" i rcjKe f - I, .1 'A: - 'Jt ( 'IeS ' I:V 10 '' j.,. I .o lid ri.y wor..'..v (-,-or has to tix-.- to he! the .-. - t.c.'ial.sm and to ton i-j n.ne.'ij i-eople t.y eur:.e! desire u :na.-.-ry one, I 'ai.uot tie:.)' th: anj d.:.n-u.if.e: Sjc a ;'ifut'-r tp; or ii !'.;., .sii-j i d"j:t not Le -i!I tse it for t.'.H ber.-fjt o! th- nation at !ar?e.' Tnere s that in this tLojgbt . hi b ha ;o , r.d but ".:t;!e ;ij..e in the co':r" of th ca:,-;'aigr. actufel t.e- .'. r ;t was u fa t-t o! the sit ia !,:on whifi for o'nious reasons could i scarcely en'er into the del ate. Now t -hat it is ai! over, the ref:.-tt!ort 1 eon. es hap, 'lily ac.d j istlv ,ro:n a de 1 !eate, c d.-'iidaT"- a aror.g th tooe ! rea-ons that in the occ iit casualties of dea'iny sue sj-echl irtir.ence to Governor Wilson's victory. The second u--mo:raiic ; resident Bin-e the civil war. he is the first southe-n b.jrn man to have achieved :ha higi di'-i.ity. That faa ai peals peculiarly to our southern friends as it shou!d, for .t signaliz es the arrival of the time when to have seen the light firs: south of the Mason and Dixon's line has ceased to t.e an iron ' !?.d objection to a rand date as an available choice To have earrr-d the great majority of the northern states shows how the second cneration after Appo ruatox f..-es about that. Governo; Wiison too, s in'io'.ize? a more ler feet unioiT of the tw surest sec'.ional divisions. Horn in the south and warmly identified ?.i'.h the south, he has spent most of his life in the north and recognizes the needs and characteristics of this portion of the national muse-hold wdth fullness of symps'hy and appreciation. It is to he safeiy &sL'med that he will typify in his administration that solidarity of interests which raakt-i a great nation heat with one hear: all the more potently. '!n his ac tions and policies. If, too. he should surround himself in large degree with southern advisers w.; may fancy that they will be men of the same char acter and ten:perament as himself. The nation could ask nothing bet ter. New York Commercial. I GAS, SOURNESS AND A" COON AS "PAPE j DIAPEPSIN' GETS IN STOV AC H ALL DIS ..bSS IS GONE "Keally does" put bad stomachs in ordi r "really does" overcome indi gestion, dys; epsia, gas, heartburn and sourness in five minutes that just that makes Pape's piapepsin tho largest Belling stomach regulator in the world. It what you eat fer ments into stubborn lumps, you -belch gas and eructate sour, undigested focd and acid; head is dizzy and aches; breath foul; tongue coated; -your in- sides filled with bile and unduest ible waste, renn-niber the moment Diapepsin comes in contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. It's truly astonishing almost marvel ous, and the joy is its harmlessness. A large fifty-cent case of Tape's Diapo, sin will give you a hundred dollars w ; rth of satisfaction or your druggist hands you your money tack. It's worth its weight in gold to men and women who can't get their Bti.ni- aclis regulated. it belongs in jour home- bhould always be kept handy in case of a Bick, sour, upset stomach during the day or at night. It's the (piickest, surest and most ha iu!e.-s stomach doctor in the world. M OLD IMMA1 REMEDY R. S. S. hone of tlicoldcr.trf medicines; it wns prcprtrccl nrnltised by the Indian Medicine II in liuinlmls f years ni;o in the treatment c f nil blood disorders. Of our .;c itclid tint then bear its present name, but the formula for compounding it was just what it is today, and its results then as now, en tirely satisfactory t those who used it. S. S. S. id made entirely of roots, herbs and barks without the addition of a particle of mineral. It is the widest know n and the best acting; blood purifier before the public today. This preat remedy cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Scrofula, Specific Rlood Poison and any and a'l blood infections and impurities. No one need fear to use S. S. S. It is perfectly safe for any system, and its fine vegetable tonic effects especially recommend It to all weak, debilitated persons whomaybcin need of a blood purifier. S. S.S. goes into the circulation ana removes every pr.rticlc of impurity, humor or poison from the bloo 1. S. S. S. acts most pleasantly and O IS O w J; .restive members, and contributes in every way to the blessing- of stron g robust health. Write for free book on the blood and auy medieai advice yon wish. S. S. S. is eold at drugstores. WE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, CA. Ask Payment Extension. Conitreismat' Charley Carter is asking the secretary of the interio" to extend the land payments that fall due this fall for another year The extension is being asked on the lands tint sold In 1011 and til""" which tlm payments fall due during this month. This authorltv is lodged by congress in the secretary of the interior and that office has been very kind heretofore in making ex tensions, hut whether fro rocpuest of Congressman Carter will be grant ed this time Is not known. A TEXAS WONDER. The Texas Wonder euret kidney and bladder troubles, removing grav el, cures diabetes weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all Irregular Itleg of the kidneys anJ bladder Id both men and women. Regulate? bladder troubles In children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sen' lj mail on receipt of $1.00. Ou mal bottle Is two months' treat ment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from this and other states. Dr. E. W. Ha''. 2923 Olive street, St. Louis, 8old by druggists. Pure country sorghum and pnr honey at Campbell & Campbell's. 17tf Net;ce For Publicat.o-v ? a'e o' OV.:ah' nsa. Carter County. In t.-.t I'i strict Cert. V:ri-i.'.U Johnson. Plaintiff, vs Hoi'.is Johnson. Defendant. No. ICOv Said defendant, Ho'.li-. Johnson. wi'.I take net'ee that he has been s-uc-d in the. above naniel court fo.' Iiivor'e a:: 3 -ustoiy of chiid and mu-r answer the petition filed There in by said plaintiff cn or before the :Tth day of December. A. D.. 1012. or said petition will be taken as true, and a judgment for said plain tiff In said action for divorce and custody o' child will be rendered ac cordingly. Dated this 14th day of November, 1912. CHAMPION ft CHAMPION, Attorneys for Plaintiff. fSeal) Attest: S. F. HAYNIE. District Clerk. By S. M. PARKER. Deputy. 15-22-29-6 with small Only a Flr Hero but the crowd cheered, as. b'ltned hands he held up a round tor. ''Fellows:" he shouted 'his B'Kkler.'s Arnra Salve I hold has everything best for burns." Risht! also for boils, ulcers, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains. bruise5. Surest pile cure. It sub dues Inflammation, kills pain. Only 25 cents at Rineer Drue Co. I WILL PAY 10c a Pound for all choice thin shell PECANS W. B. EAGLE Corner Main and Washirgton Near First "atioral Bank N OTHING else lives so long in the memory as a piece of art Pictures are the most suitable gifts. We have the pic tures, we have the frames We do your framing at small cost Brown & Bridgrnan Public Notice Free admission to the London Misfit Clothing Parlors. Also Free a $3.00 hat with every $12.50 and $15.00 Suit. Big line of $4.00 and 5.00 pants going at $1.93 to $3.75. Our Cleaning, Pressing and Dye Work enables us to give you a better suit for $12.50 and $15.00 than you can get elsewhere for J1-S.00 to $20.00 We also carry ft line of high grade Gents' Fur nishing goods. ICIIl L.'UUlll. Phone 301 211 West Main St. 50c Big line of popular copyright books.. 50c City Drug! Store Yesterday is dead forget it Tomorrow does not exist don't worry Today is here use it Open an Account with the Guaranty State Bank CT, M..WJones C.CH. Everett The Jones -Everett Machine Co. aaiBBMdBBaaaiHBHBiaHBBaBaHaM Engineers, Founders and Machinists ARDMORE, OKLAHOMA WE MANUFACTURE the Standard Gin Saw Filer, Grate Bars, Sash Weights, Building Castings, Smoke Stacks, Tanks, Fire Es capes, Steam Whistles, Pecan Crackers and Machinerp Couplings. WE SELL Shafting, Couplings, Pulleys, Pumps, Valves, and Fit tings, Gin repairs, Cap and Set Screws, Lubricators, etc. WE REPAIR anything from a cambric needle to a clarp of thunder. Phone 85, SCHOOL BOOKS, WALL PAPER. PAINTS WINDOW GLASS T. N. COLEMAN'S DRUG STORE JUST ARRIVED AT DOWNING'S Calcutta Matting, 50c and 60c values at 35c Apollo Rugs, fine Cor Dining Room or Bed Room, best value for the money of any floor covering made; 9x12 size, $15.00 values, for $10.00 Go-Carts, large assorted shipment of standard high grade Carts from $5. CO up Axminster Rugs, 9x12, from $17.50 up My stock of Rocking Chairs was never eo complete and prices were never so low. Come la and look through them. I still have a few $10.00 Beds for $6.50 Will last a lifetime and then some. The cash way of doing business is growing in popularity every day. It keeps my business clear of bad accounts and saves you big money. Come and Bee. W. C. DOWNING North Side VestMain Street Phone 128 Ardmore National Bank V. S. DEPOSITORY ESTABLISHED 1901 Capital, Surplus and Additional Liability, .$220,000.00 Deposits $300,000.00 G. M. STL ART. President. C. M. CAMPBE1L. Vice President R. W. RANDOL, Vice President II. D. McCOLlOM. Assl. C'nshler. P. D. MAXWELL, Cashier Fully Equipped in Every Capacity to Conduct a First-Class Banking Business First National Bank ARDMORE, OKLA. Capital Stock $100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits . . $100,000 Total Asssets nearly $l,000,0CO DON LACY. President A. H. PALMER. Vice Frcident C.L.ANDERSON. Cs.hier 'ict ED 3ANDLIN. DON RUSSELL V OLIN WOLVERTON.Awt. Cihra. We Solicit Your Business imam wi ads get results