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Ardmore, Tuesday, January 5, 1915.
PAGE TWO THE DAILY ARDMOREITE PURE, RICH BLOOD HADE BY HOOD'S Ture blood enables the Ftomach. !ier and other digestive oigans to lo their work properly. Without it thpy are slutipisa, there it loss of apjielite, sometimes faintncss, a 1p ranged slate of the intestines, and, in general, all the syu.ptoms of dyspepsia. Hood's Snrsaporilla makes pure blood, auf! this is why it is so very successful in the treatment of so many ailments. Get it today. -DOLLAR BANQUET" WILL. BE ON AN IMMENSE SCALE Oklahoma City, Okla., Jan. 4 A substantial meal will be served to din ers al the "dollar banquet" to be giv en by the chamber of commerce on the Bight of January R, In honor of the I wo governors and the members of the legislature. This dinner is calculated to be almost as great an attraction as the secretly prepHrud gridiron pro gram to follow. One hundred turkeys will be bakwl In the big oven of the Huhrer bakery under the supervl.iion of the women of .St. Luke's Methodist church, who w ill serve the dinner. Tin; list of food j stuffs to he purchased includes eight barrels of potatoes, 3,000 rolla, fifty gallons of Ice cream, SOO cherry plea, 300 bunches of celery, fifty gallons of salad and sixty-five pounds of cof fee. Six thousand dishes and 5.000 pieces of silverware have been secured for the use of the banqueters. The auditorium will he Illuminated by 1,200 extra incandescent light In addition to those now In place. Three big arc lights will add to the brlllian cy and three Idles of smilax will add to the beauty of the decorations. Result tetter tb Want A4. Be Weatherwise Wkaa you wot, ia the rata wc tkc FISH BRAND REFLEX SLICKER Wmiel throufh kmd thrmifh. Cwnut oak wpwatwaad hravy. Oar fmtnfdhtfltx EJf "P Um front tvUp J buo. The Ual wrl weether coet youi money can buy. )3.00 EVEIYWHEXE A. J. TOWER CO. SOtW9 BOSTON Why Pay 40 cents for BUTTER? have Kersef Oleomargarine 25c, pure, sweet and clean Martin s Grocery one dozen mtkuns. Solvts l Ooltn Gilt Problems Spttial Prices During Holidiyt COLE If TIPTON Stuth WMhinfton i Fill Candies m4 Fruit Vamell's Confettiontry I 1 Wril Mala OFFICE NEEDS TTriaraiTis rtt IUII IBOIt MWSrItTlSIIS CaDIOI rll IATI STaliFS SIIFTIII rH T. N. COLEMAN ... Telcphooe 4 GLASS We make a specialty of putting in glass doors or windows. Good work, Prompt Serriee. We make anything out of wood. Another car of "steam-dried finish" just arrived. Dint's Planing Hill Phone 329 M m Indian Found Dead. Ada, Okla., Jan. 4 Wesley Under wood, a fullblood Indian from near Stonewall, wan found dead In a cut under the viaduct on the Katy Rail road on Kast Thirteenth street, thie city last night about 1 orlock. The body was badly mangled and cut up. It is presumed he was killed by an oil train that passed about that time of night. A few years ago another full blood Indian wan killed in the name cut at the iame pluce. BROKE NEW YEAR'S PLEDGE; FARMER RILLS HIMSELF Snu!pa, Okla., Jan. 4. Mershwll Knight, a farmer living near Morris, promised his wife on New Year's eve that he would never smoke again. "There is nothing that I would not do for you." Knight told his v.ife. as he threw his tobacco into the fire. Iuit evening the wife discovered Knight hiding behind a rain barrel Me was smoking. At the supper table Rlif laughingly mad'- the re marl; : "I knew )n did not low; me W--II enough to quit smoking,." This morning Knight was lound dead In his barn, lie had shot him self with a revolver READ THIS. The Texas Wonder cure kidney and bladder trouble, dissolves gravel, cure diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheiiinatlsm, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Kegulates bladder trou bles In children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on re ceipt of ll.iXl. One small bottle is two months' treatment, aud seldom tails to perfect a cure. Send for testimon ials from this and othit states. Dr. K. W. Hall. 2'J6 Olive strwl. Ht. Louis. Mo. Hold by drutt. HORSE THIEVES WORK ENDLESS CHAIN PLAN Walters. OkU, .Ian. t- Sheriff eelct S. ('.('oleum n of Cotton coun ty is planning to break tt a well organized band of horse thieves who have been operating successfully in this county. This band seems to 1 operated by the endless chain, whereby they got the stolen horses out. of the county before any trace can be found of them. decently a number of horses have been stolen, and, while the officers hate made every effort to locate the animals and thieves, tliey have been unsuc cessful. MOTHERS, JO THIS- When the Children Cough, Rub Mustcrole on Throat, and Chests No telling how soon the symptom may develop into crimp, ir wor-c. And then's when von're glad voti have a jar of MUSTl kt l.i: at hand to give prompt. Hire relic. It docs nut Miiter. A ti r-l ait ami a certain remedy there's nothing like MUSTr.KOI.R. 'l'lioiiHatidi fif tnoilieri know it. You vliotitd keep a jar ill llie home. It is the remedy for adults, too. Pr licves Sore Throat, i'roiu'hili, ToiihiI itis, CrMip, StilT X'(k, A-tlmia, Ncural ri.i, I f. ailai'ie,'- V.nrtioM, Plmriy, k'liriiiii.itim, I ilinbao, fains ami Aches if ll.iik or Joints, Sprains, Sore Mtti i li s. Chilblains, 1 rusted I Yet and Colds of the Chet (it often prevents I'neii uiottu). At oi:r ilructist's, i:i 2'c and 50o j;ir. mid a pvi;d l.nge lio.pil.il si?e f,r$i.sl. I'.e nre you eel the genuine MUS TI'.K'Ol I'!. K'efnse imitation-, yet what von a-k tor. I tie .Mustcrole l ompany, Cleveland, ( thio. VULCAHIZIfJG I am prepared to do ill kinds of auto-tire repair work. vwrirtrrf irrkiiia First (lass nrl L. C. Slmihtor In my own building, 12!) IlinkleSi. S. r. Hal Cannon Roy Shores CANNON & CO. GENUAL IVll BAM.E Serety Rood aad Loaae Hepreaenting the best old line ccuipanleo. We solicit your business. With Tower of Attorney execute practically all kinds of bonds. State, County and City Official onda. Oil and Gas Leas Ikinda, etc. See un for definite and detail ed Information as to loans of all kinds. 114 W. MAIN 8T. Phone 121 Ardmore, Okla. SENATOR GORE T EXPRESSING THANKS TO THE ELECTORATE FOR THE SPLEIS DID MAJORITY Hi RECEIVED IN THE RECENT ELECTION. United States Senate, Washington. Jan. 1, 1915. "MY UKAK SIH: "I have deferred till the death of the old year aud the birth of the new to tender my thanks to the cltixenship and to the electorate of Oklahoma for the magnificent majority which I re ceived In the recent election. I have done this in order to unite an expres sion of my thanks for this generous confidence with an expression of my hearty good wishes for the continu ing progress and increasing prosperl t of our matchless state aud its matchless people. "No public servant was ever hon ored uith a more signal proof of pub lic faith and favor. N'o such servant was ever impressed with a deeper sense of obligations for sileh repeated proofs of tavor and fidelity on the part ul his constituency. .My sense t obligation and my sen timents of appreciation are deepened by the fad that tills unprecedented majority was not duu to the members of my ouii political party alone, but that jo I riot W- vitirens altillafed with other political parties contributed to this spu n. liit triumph. I may say that I carried every county in the state save throe alone, and lost two ol those by less limn lofl each. This, of course, makes ussiirnnce doubly sure that I am indebted to every class of my constituency fur this marked man! testation of loyalty and good will, and it reinforces my duty as well as my purpose to serve the entire slate ami to serve the entire ieojle in an of llclal way without partiality or dis crimination. Indeed, I shall tender the people of Oklahoma the assurance' given by Qi.een IUdo to the wander trig .Xenons, that both Tyrians and Trojans shall be treated by me lth- init distinction. 'I may be alhiwod to suye once more what I have said mi often in the pant, that everybody knows more than itnvbody. I do not assume, as some publie offlciala seem to assume. that I am the master of all wisdom. I own myself capable of learning and Hilling to learn from my humblest as well as troui my highest constituent. Council and co-operation Hill always be wleconie, as will criticism, whenev er it is fired by patriotism and charac terized by good faith. '"Willi the new year vm should all dedicate ourselves anew to the des tiny of Oklahoma and to the service ot ( iUhihomaiis. 1 triiht that the horn of plenty may be in the limit! of cv erey Oklahoma during the new year and that all in. inner or Kood fortune may attend them. With the further wish that each and all may enjoy many returns of the season, I remain, my fellow citizens, ' i our hum obedient .erv.tnt. "T I COKK" ll.n e von a ish to refit? cents to rent House or It will co il try the i room you t but thirty want area. YOU'RE BILIOUS AND COSTIVEI-CASCARETS Sick Headache, Bad Breath. Sour Stomach Means Liver and Bowel Clogged Clean Up Tonight. lii t a lit-m-nt box now. Furred Toiue, Jtad folds. Indices-1 t ion. Siillow Skin nl MiHraMi ili'ad;iches conic from a torpid liver and closed bowels, which cause your stomach to become filled with undines t'd food, which sours and ferments like jarlap in n swill barrel. Tliat'a the first step to un told misery --indigestion, foul pases, bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everything that ia horriblo and nauseating. A Cascaret tonight will give your constipated bowels a thorough cleansing and straighten you out by morning. They work while you sloep a 10-oent box from your drtiKgist will keep you feeling good for months. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then to keep their stomach, liver and bowels regulated, and never know a miserable moment. Pon't forget the child their little lnsldes need a good, gentle cleansing, too. IT CONSTITUENCY MONTEREY III T T CONSUL GENERAL IN APPEAL TO RED CROSS ASKS FOR FOOD AND CLOTHING FOR SUFFER ERS IN NORTHERN MEXICO. Washington, Jan. 4. The American Red Cross today was appealed to by consul general Hanna at Monterey. Mexico, for aid in relieving upwards of 2.000 famlHea who are suffering from hunger and cold in that section of the revolution-torn republic Consul general Hanna a message us sent to the lied Cross through the state department, in It he say that the food situation is worse than In Kurope, and that in addition to those now he1ing help, several thou sands probably will be suffering be fore the end of the month. "I uow have five hundred families on my list in Monterey which are be ing furnished corn, begins and rire tw ice a week," says Mr. Hanna. "There are probably more than 2,0o0 families in Monterey who need help now, and the prospects are that several thou sand will be very hungry before Janu ary is past. "The Mexican authorities are inter ested In doing what they can, but after four yeur of war, during which the fields have been neglected, the crops are short aud the local supply almost exha listed. "I need for Monterey and nearby tow ns two cars of corn each week. We need a coarload ol beans and rice each week. We wish every town in the I'nited States would buy a bale of cotton blankets and send them to Mexico, for these pi-ople have visry little clothing. It Is awfully cold. The food situutiou is evidently worse here than in Kuropc, where big harvests uere gathered last fall." Famine Prevalei .tun re., Mexico. Jan. 4. Caunt fam ine is stalking through the streets of many Mexican cities as a result of the three years' war which has de pleted crops, killed the tillers of the soil ind wrung the last penny from the poor, American official observers who have arrived here, declare. The starvation conditions are not (infilled to any particular zone, but "r'1 reu ted to be general from Maz- atlan on the west to Tampico on the east. Monterey and Mermosilio lire said to be the worst sufferers from the nation-wide famine. Travelers ar riving on the border declare that con ditions are terrible in .Monterey as well as in the smaller agrarian settle ments, where the population depended entirely upon the growing crops. Wom en were seen begging In the streets, with only a few rugs to their hack, many carrying emaciated babies at their breast. Dead were seen in many side streets ami the culls for alms and aid were so overwhelming that the de facto muni cipal governments were unable to cope with the situation resulting from continued eeonomic chaos. l-'rom Heriiiosillo. Sonorn, come the worst reports of suffering. Women of good families whose husbands have been away lighting at Nuco or fluy iiihs have been forced to garden in the fields and many of the peon class es have resorted to the digging for roots and the cutting of lush grass and green twigs for fond, American consular representatives from Snnora declare. Instances were cited where dogs and burros hud been devoured for food. BELGIUM WILL RAISE $9,000,000 WAR LEVY Amsterdam, Jan. 4 A dispatch! from Client describes a meeting of Itelginn burgomasters to deliberate upon methods of raising the Herman war levy of f W.ooo.ooo during the course of which there was witnessed an extraordinary outburst of cnthusi asm for Itelgiiun. The local Herman garrison made no attempt at inter ference. The hall In which the meeting was held was decoraied with Itelgiau flags ami portraits and casts of the king and queen of Belgium. The lielgian civil governor of Kast Flanders, ller- mun de I'.aetz, presided. Me lost no time in making it clear that the meet ing had taken place under the sover eignty of the king and queen, "with whom," Mr. de Haetz declared, "we are more than ever united." At these words the entire assembly sprang to Its feet and filled the hall with shouts of "Long live the King! long live the Quiet! lxng live llclgfiim:" The meeting agreed that the Ger man demand should be met by a gen eral levy on individuals. WORSE PL GH M EUROPE um 8:20 P. M- MEMRtSI UMWVt 1:35 A. M II S3 t'KiNze THROUGH COACHES SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CAR DINING CARS SERVE ALL MEALS Laml Sleepers Wa4 Maewphie eeMi NeehviUa N. 0. BAIRD, T. P. A , L. A N. It R. Maara 4t Tmar MU,., LITTLE ROCK, AJtL C CALLOWAY, T. P. A.. N. C. A St. L. R. M Sa. Maae Sweat, MEMPHIS, TINN. oaaanooononaauatt m n a ANNOUNCEMENTS. 8 n a aaanannonnnttnuena Far Mayer. The Ardmorvlte hi auroerizfd to Aaaemnce U V. Ml'UJK as a can dUate far Mayor of the city f Ard more. A nikoun cement is made sub jct la the action of the democratic voter at the city primary election The Ardmorelte is authorized to an nounce as a candidate for re-election to the office of mayor of the eity of Ardmore W. It. ROBEHTS. His an nouncement is made subject to the choice of the democratic voters at the city primary election. Chief of Felice. The Ardmoreite is authorized to announce HAVE E. BOOKER as a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of the city of Ardmore. An nouncement is made subject t the choice of the democratic voters at the city primary. The Ardmorette Is authorised to announce W. H. ROGKKS as a can didate for the office of chief of police of the city of Ardmore. His an nouncement is made subject to the choice of the democrats voting at the city primary election. The Ardmoreite is authorized to an nounce II. W. nUTt'lIKlt as a candi date for the office of chief of police of the city of Ardmore. His announce ment Is made subject to the choice j of the voters at the democratic prl- j mary March lti. I The Ardmoreite is authorized to an nounce Wii.L FllASHKR as a candi date for the oflice of chief of police of the city of Ardmore. His announce ment is made subject to the choice of the voters at the democratic pri mary, March 16. CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Us For Over 30 Years Always bcara the Signature Constipation In t tie slreeded. It tm sertee eilats. ePever, I adi ! Piles. ftk H !, Primed Hyfm mi other trouble fteifctw. l't lt Certlisetie Lef . Rcb) vBur Kieiatcy, Live u4 bWwIb hvelihT ative. Kid ? yeteea mi fraearede Haver fssii. NetbisHl kettar then Dr. King's NewLife Pills All Druggist 25 crnts RATUfACTION II MONFY BACK Meet Me at the Golden Gate" COMPLIMENTARY CERTIFICATE Good for Ten Votes Name Address CHRISTMAS Will soon ho herc'and we art headquarters far Fruit Cake and l'lum Pudding IngredioBts. AIm new Nuts, Candies, Fruit?, Dates, Fip nnd Fresh Vegetables. -:- Don't forget we have the celebrated Chesapeake Bay Oysters shipjied direct from Baltimore. M. T. FELKER & SON UKUU1SKIES "MEMPHIS ATLANTA LIMITED" L & N. R. R. II M NASHVILLE NX&St.LRy. 7 It AM .CHAT TAN0OGA Professional Cards ROBE CROIX HOSPITAL E10-212 E, Main St. Ardmore, Okla. Per the care and treatment of Madlcai Surgical aad Obstetric case. Por Information addren either Dr. Prvdariok P. von Keller or Dr. Jaaiea P. Son. at tha HoeplUL : : : : D. Q. JOHNSON, 0. 0 M. 0. Ptiyalelan Burgeeet Oateonath OCBe Center Stai-'ey Baularant aad C Street, 8. W. Phone 14 J. C. BEST, M. D. Office over Coleman's Drug Rea. Store Phon S79 Office Phone (11 INTERSTATE COLLECTING AGENCY Roam 17, Guaranty Bank Bldg. Give M your business, we get the money. Poetoffice Box No. 415 Ardmore, Okla. LAWYERS' DIRECTORY FRANK BOURLAND ATTBRNEY-AT-LAW Wheeler Bldg. Probate Practice and Land Litigation FRED V. KINKADE ATTORNEY Special Attention to Collcctlooa. Ardmore : : Oklahoma 8. M. DAVIS Attorney-at-Law Oklahoma and Texas Land Litigations a Specialty Office over Ardmore Nat'l Bank Phono 710 WHEN YOU TRADE AT THE GOLDEN GATE CONTEST STORES. BE SURE AND CALL FOR YOUR VOTES. J. L. WILSON TRANSFER oicHislhiniled uny where I'rompt nnd rureful atten tion piven to f-very order Storage facilities nnequaled Phone 72 Sisew VIA YtjLli aM M PHONES 174 &?I34