Ardmore, Sunday, Nov. 24, 1912
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
rnuMFPrill fLLJ3 TRYING TO
ARRANGE TO HAVE FARMERS fa!"1
HEAR LECTURES TOMORROW
:a'en -a j a t i. H doir.s and will
,.-'-t it ?ii'.rc tiian half way from
i ".-; !!..i-M at first that th
, U-A wribi t irn on for the occa
y'uu .'irl that the children of the
'1 :.'!''( 1. 1 ward echoo'u would ' march
:n ;i l.c.d to the 'sy'.-htl," but th
iri-rf'ii rs t.f the si hool board at a
m.-'-ting yesterday did not
'Miik s;o ti a plan was .easr.ie to
it as abandoned.
IV i . 1 !
,r hi-h t:i"
t f'lini ;hib
Inland I i i j - .
irl hour di'ji th'.
b.-ro and C e short
. I.; n'av t! .-re will be
Tor: '-r: o-.v s
banir f )..'!!
i ,i) over the
Oa,!)-- to Ul
tra in will be
time. hi' ii it
a gi ' at ii'a.'i .
in see irs
of 'he Ar.lmo.e ' 'aniinerxial Club are
iloiii-' ail in th-lr :' to ma!-
the coming of th" train a sw-h
;-nd tlx; jublio ti-irit-d b-jHiri'-HS ni-D
have joined hand.- l'h
ALL TRIMMED HATS ONE
THIRD OFF AT MRS. 0. SHORT'S.
PRISON FACTO 3 PnOPCSED.
Stte is Offered CoTp'tte Twine
Plant f:r J50.CW).
O-.'a!.' :..a 'ilv. S -v. Wa" dej
. :..t-::ti:iry a:
n,t :!i..'M with At-i,--f
tV- ins'.allntion of
factory. In c3nne-
Alester f in
Cri. e re .-atdin,-a
twine .m J r p
ti n with th.- Mc .'.? r
Th r- U a corn; .let pia:
ana. hi' h the -.;te '-an ;
about I'O.'i'"', ar.d it will
like aiiro int add tl'na!
platit in sunniii !npe for
t in Ind'.
iconr I. t
o i tit the
Change of Ag:ntt.
.1 .1. Gill, who came to the I'nited
.-'t i'e Kx;.re.s r.ffi e In this city
I fim the St l.o'ii-i office has been
lanner dinavp-inted rantr.,., fr0In ,,.,,. to an office
hibit and hearl..z ,., vii,-sf.ri. r u. Jackson. wlr pas
llo.w-ur. tie- mem!. era rf..;r,.s,.t,.d the company for home I
time at its Ycino.i. fexas. office. I
has taken charge of the Ardmore j
office. Mr. Jackson P::s removd h! j
family he-.- and hopes to make thif
hin permanent home
moreite and the club and offered thp
bo-t ind K-emeiits i.hi-iijle to draw
;. crowd U.u'. it have hei-n Kjfchib'e
to have arrariKed he scbedile o
that the train ro:'X ha been here
later in '.he day. h ndreils of far
mers f'om ail ;irts of the oounty
would liae 'orne in. Kaffir torn
and V.affir raising is attracting a
jreat d"al of attet.tion from the
wide-awaVe farrrcrs of farter conn-
HUYLER'S AGENCY AT KAHN'S
iwui.j i. .... n-.i-i in . . v, .
clt.e than Chamberlain's Conyh Rem
edy. My children were all kIc-K
with v. hooj.ln? rourn. f)ne of them
was In bed. had a l.'irh fever and
wa rcnuhlir.' iiji blood. O.'r doctor
L'.-ive thorn Chamberlain's Cough
tii.in.jU- ami t'ir. firKt do-e eased
ty. It was piiiK ipaily thro-iKht the Ih,.m ''Hrl,.j r)ir,. t.ottles ured rhern..
efforts of the. hnnlnesB men of Ard says Mrf. H. A. DonaldHon, of Lex
more that our farmem find henan ; InKton. MibB. For :;a!ii by all dcal-
djetion of ro;.e an'1 twit.e. .
The H.,ard of I'ri.-on Control d:ii
not act upon the warden's snces-,
tion, but Attorney General West is
looking Into t!ie le?al phases of the j
transaf tion. and , it is understood. !
if he approves It, the boaid will au
thorize the purchase of the machin- (
ery Bubject to ratification by the
lecislattire it. an appropriation. War- j
den PicV say8 the first prodjer j
would be rope, and that the entire-j
output would be taken hy one con
cern, thus giving the plant a hi? net i
revenue. The success cf Kansas !
i it n a twine factory in connection ;
with the state penitentiary r ausea '
belief that an Oklahoma plant cat.
be made similar'' successful. The
work would be done by convict la- ;
to awaken to the faet that kaffir fcrs-
was a Kreat forace and a k router I GEJ YOUR GROCER. ES FROM
crain crop. It will b remembered ; j A CLARK'S CROCERY AND BE
that last spring the merchant, both SATISFIED.
wholesale and retail, Rot busy on
the kaffir propoFitlcn and did not
Test until they had raised Hhe
Body Shipped to Kansas City.
K. illiams of Kansas City, Mis-
money to provide a lare tuimbcr bouiI, brother of W. H. AVillianiB, the
of Carter county farmers with I
cotr'tnerc'al traveler who died in this
enoimh seed of thhs valuablo feedj,.jty hoar failurea week aao to
ero;) to that each could plant not ,iayi arrived in Ardmore yesterday
lesu than tt-n acres. TMa rla! I artrnKn and returned lo Kansas
planting ha;j proved so pood tha j(.!ty on the 1: IB Santa Fe train with
the farm owners of the county, al- tMO ,riy n charRe. lly a stranee
most unanimously, have determine.! j coincidence Mr. "Williams arrived in
to va into tho kaffir niisinx on a:,ns f.ty on the same train, nt th"
much more extenHive. t-calo next B;,mf, ilolir f the day upon which
year. his brother came In six days before.
The Hock Island rill road Is to ho .mdertaker Taliaferro, who had the
commended upon the hustle and
itate prldo which its management
has evlneol In the matter and may
rest assured that !ho farmers and
the merchants cf this section ap-
body embalmed, turned It over to
the brother on Ills arrival here.
SLICED CURED MEATS.
W. J. LAN E.
$8. BEAVER HATS
MRS. 0. SHORT'S.
FOR $6.00 AT I
-. ;"' , .I"' ...-0rVi'l,S'.'ri:-.VVu.'m-
' I"a'ShW;. 1
St. Mary's Catholic Church
Rev. James J VVdllrapp
is resident pisto". Oiwejk d ivs siveril nearby
missions are oc: isi ) i illy a:ce 1 1j 1. livjry Su:iday
mass is read in Ardm jre.
ON SAM K C R O U N I.) S 1 I II li
St. Agnes Academy
FOR GIRLS and 'BOYS
T.i; Ijurlii )! f r is c. inducted
by the Sisters of Mercy. Ths Iviys b ardin
depirtment is in c 1 ir e of Kr. W illr;i,p. Sep
arate luildms forirls and b tys. Both buiid
ins cipjipped vvit'i all miJern coiveni noes
Also have tire escapes.
The Academy as a school is second to
none and h is turned out s ;me of the best pu
pils of the state.
The Acidemy enjoys the privilege of the
Chickasaw anil Choctiw contracts for both
tiirls and biys; that means the board and tu
ition are prid from the Chickasaw and Choctaw
tribal school funds.
Whit-? ch'ldr ; i are alsi admitted,
rati s ar i reasonable.
Another year with its privileges
and opportunities is rapidly nearing
its close, and fctedtime and harvest
have come and oiie in their proper
season and the fruits thereof have
been gathered and our beloved coun
try is at peace with all the nationB
of tho world. H is befitting that
our peopla should again, as has been
our custom, nave a day set apart
for thanksgiving to Almighty Cod
for the blessings of increase, health,
peace and happiness which have
come to each in ths past year. Af
fliction and sorrow have come, no
doubt, to many homes and hearts,
but no more than is common to
man, and these, if v.e have profited
by the lessons .hey hrins to us.
should make our lives sweeter and
better and bring us in closer touch
with our fellowmon thereby brlnuin'
blessings to them. Iherofdra, Jn or
der that every inhabitant of our
(Ity may have the opportunity for
the observance of trir national cus
tom and in pursuance to the proc
lamation of th- I'resldent of the
i'nited States and of the Governor
cf our own St.Vc,' I, I), il. Dawson,
Mayor of the City of Ardmore, do
hereby set apart and proclaim
Tlrirsdav, Nov. stlt.
holiday and a day f Thaiiksuivin?
rmd earnestly ri commend to the
pecple of our city that they observe
this day properly in their own
hom"s anil. If possible, attend divine
renlee and therein- pubPoly render
(banks to the Iord our G"d for His
mercies to us and to implore His
L-uiil:mce and favor in the year be
All city ofthes will be dosed and
all public work suspended except
that which Is ne-essaiy for the pub
lic peac hcilth and safety.
i!vi n under nu- hand and tho seal
of the Citv of Ardmore this the 2.1nl
dav of Novembe''. I'll '1.
It. I' PAWSON.
Attest: i. II. IiKiTK.
DRESSED TURKEYS AND
CHICKENS AT W. J. LANE'S.
Bex Supper at Plamview.
The people living 'n the neighbor
hood of l'lalnvio'V school house old
and joims, mar.'ied and single, anl
those contempp.itini; marriage as
sembled at the school hoi.se Friday
evenins and onjo -ed one of the
ploasantcst Units of their lives. Af-
tcr all present hr'.J enjoyed them
selves socially for an hour or more,
the good things of life, served in
boxes, were placed on sale and the
bidding ran lively until the succesii
ful escort landed the prize. Several
addresses from Ardmore visitors and
ethers were delivered duriiii the
course of the evtnin?.
Our Dissolution Sale Friday
and Satuiday were the greatest
sale days ever witnessed in
Ardmore. All who came went
away delighted with the values.
All lines are still unbroken and
these great bargain prices will
continue all the week. Those
who could not be waited on in
the rush Saturday are requested
to come early Monday morning
Compulsory Education Ruling.
Oklahoma City, Nov. 2.'!. I'nder
the compulsory education raw of Ok
lahoma all children between 8 anl
16 years of age mut:t attend school
for one term each yar of not less
than three nor more than eight
months. The length of the term,
which is binding upon the pupil, is
fixed by general order at the annual
'chool meeting. This holding was
made to .7. S. Green of I.ovelnnd t y
AUornev General West.
KILLING NEAR GUTHRIE.
White Farmer Shot Down and Posse
Is Seeking Negro.
Guthrie, Okla., Nov. 23. A. A. Pe
ter, a white farmer, living near tho
Logan-Kingfisher county, boundary,
was shot and instantly killed last
night. An armed posse is hunting i
negro and a lynching is feared f he
Peters was shot through the head,
an automatic pistol being used. The
killing ceowed in Kingfisher coun-
W. J. LANE.
TICKETS NOW SELLING
KINDS AT W.
Tickets for "A Man's
selling a' Post's. Thrs attraction
fotnes guaranteed. Carload special
Only a Fire Hero
but the crowd cheered, as. with
binned hands he held up a small
round box. 'Fellows!" he shouted,
thi Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold.
has evervthlng beat for burns.'
iame" now i Right! also for boils, ulcers, sores,
pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains,
bruises. Surest pile cure. It sub
dues inflammation, Villa pain. Only
25 cents at Ringer Dni Co.
Whe Slavers Held.
After hearing all the evidence
against the prisoners, Alex Meyers
and C. 0. Smith, charged with vio
lation of the Mann law, I'nited
Stales commissioner Fred V. Kin
kade Friday held them for the
federal grand jucy in the sum of
ThiE is the case wherein the de
fendants, former attaches cf a car
nival company, are charged with en
ticing May Williamson, aged four
teen and Nellie Robison, aged six
teen, from their homes in Purcell,
this state, with the intention of tak
ing them to Dallas, Texas, Tor pur
poses of prostitution and debauchery.
Remember that the State Associa
tion of Landmark Baptists to be
held with the Kast Ardmore Bap
tist church November 20-27, will ho
the largest thing of the kind ever
pulled off in the new ?tate.
G. "W. CRAWFORD, Pastor.
ALL TRIMMED HATS ONE
THIRD OFF AT MRS. O. SHORT'S.
Bring Back My Clothes.
Bring back that full dress suit I I
loaned yon about a year ago. I hav ;
an out-of-town frierd who wants to 1
borrow It for the big dance.
VAL Mri.l.KN. I
KINDS AT W.
I Helnz's mincemeat in bulk at Me
' Intlre Bros. 21-J
Good Things for Thanksgiving
Our buyer has been busy for you and has the finest, freshest
things for particular people. Not an old can or glass or bot
tle of groceries in our store, everything fresh from the factory.
Crystallized pine apple, Crystallized cherries,
Crystallized ginger. Fresh graded horse radish,
caulifio.ver, dill pickles, fresh dates, Prairie
Rose Butter, lemon peel, orange peel, citron,
walnuts, turkeys and cranberries, big fat hens
and fresh eggs and frying chickens.
Everything Clean and Fresh. No Counters, no Dirt.
Will C. Scrivener
LVe Would Like to Have Your Bill Dur
ing December. Think it Over.
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