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DAILY ARDMOREITE
Training
Little Children
A LARGE NUMBER OF
MARINES WILL BE NEl DED
the lrii!
children
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By Mrs. Gertrude H. Campbell
Many mothers have asked im 'Do
you find that your kindergarten
training really helps you when you
are dealing with irolileiu in your
home:' Mv answer is invarialdv,
"Yes."
Two years of thnrriugh and stiinu
latinlr traiiiiiiL' in 1 iiuIkI's wonder
ful methods tor teaching little rhil-, ishiucnts li-ht.
dren and several vears u" irvint' toiuas follow tl
put those ni:etho(lK into practice,
could not fail to give a mother a
more intelligent and spiritual grasp
of the meaning of her children's ac
tivities. Thinking hack over the past years
nave heen trving to loinuilatc some
01 ine practices mat nave neipeu uie
. t. . i i . i . i . . . . i.
uvo lie n. nil U.U !, ,11111 nun mc
following to the mother who wishes
to make of her children's early ears
a period that lliey and she will te
inemher with great joy.
1. W hen it is necessary to re
strain a child from doing something
wrong or harmful, always suggest
something else he may do. Never
issue a don't :,ln:it proposing a
do.
2. In giving a elii'd permission to
play take care that his aeiivnie- do
not develop into liccii-e. I or Ik- will
he happier if -ome limitations are
imposed to tesi l;s powers and he.p
him coreeni i at e. I 'ov instance, if he
is plaviug with Murks or cutting
from papi r, gi ing him iermissio'i
to do attything he .iease often re
sults in aimless or destructive activ
ity. Some suggestion from the
mother to make something to fur
nish a house, for instance stimu
lates and directs his mind, while
leaving him free to express himself.
3. Before a rom maud is given al
ways consider whether it is going
to raise an issue. If a child refuses
lo ohey, do not always insist upon
implicit ohedienee; your command
may not have heen an entirely wise
T. ., i: . .i: - :r ......
I'm. i iooso ioi u.oim on ni.e, ii nec
essary, hut do not raise avoidahlc
issues. "Breaking a child's will" is
cruel and most harmful.
4. When a child is naughty, al
ways he sure that the cause is not
a physical one. for fatigue and hun
ger come easily to little people.
Many prohlems that are unsolvahle
before a meal are no longer prob
lems afterward.
5. Tt'V to follow vour children's
activities and to understand the i'l
. slincls and inner laws from which
they proceed. View what they do in
the light of your intelligence and of
your spirit. .Such a habit of watch
fulness and care prevents nervous
irritation and enables you to enter
into and to encourage sympathetic
ally activities which are pleasing.
o. He consistent in what you ap
prove and disapprove. lo not one
day, because you are tired, reprove
a child for something he had done.
ami tne next u.iv ignore the same
tiling because you are rested.
7. Answer qiK-.-iious t ruth fully.
A child's mind does n,;l always crave
details, (live him only broad state
ments, liuild a strong foundation of
truth to which details may be added
later. As regards the vital question
of the origin of life be careful not
to give the child more than he ask
for. Do not force your buds lo open
too ear!v. I he lite ot llowers aiu
birds is analogous to human life and
will tell you how to answer this
question.
8. Avoid ti-eloss negations. Tf
there is no real reason why a child
should have his request, denied, do
not deny them.
children's inter
whether what
do is not more
special activity
or that inome'i1.
is. why do wi
ll if not to give
essary for this purpose. Then it may
be too late for the mother to btidil
e of sympathy between her
and herself. Moreover, it
is in early years that the child is
most impressionable and thai a
mother's influence may count for
most.
1-1. Do not threaten. Make pun-
tit see that thev al- i an
offense. Their ef
fectiveness depends upon their in
evitability, not on their severity. A
child keeps his lingers from the
flame because he knows it will al
ways burn him.
15. A child that is occupied is al
ways a good and happy child. For
outdoors, try to have a sand ho, a
swing, a garden and garden tools,
and let this be a spot where the chil
dren bear the word "don't" a-; sel
dom as possible. For indoors, pro
vide modeling clay, paints, a soap
bubble outfit, blocks, crayons, colored
paper, blunt scissor-, colored good-
en beads, slioe-st rings lor stringing
and pegs for pegboards. Heads, pegs
and peg boards may be procured
from Miiioti Hradb Co.. Spring
ing!. M., or I .. Werner ,v t o.. -I'.i .
Mniia;. trcit. rv. York. Hulh !
coinpanie- w ill -end a ca'alogue up-
on reipie-t.)
Ill s...... . V.lll 'If,. I'llllJ'tlllK' sM-1
libl 'a il Ii mental and
see 1 hat our own
ki p' renewed and
I ks, fresh air,
ceiie. st imttlating
pict u res
The very important pari which
the Marine Corps will take in pro
tecting American interest in the
unsettled countries which hav? tak
en part in the world war is going
to require a permanent Marine
Corps personnel of about twice
pie-war strength.
Kecruiihig has recently tei n re
sumed .the Kansas Citv. Missouri,1
Omaha, Xebr.. recruiting offi-j
WOMAN DOCTOR WANTS
WOMEN TO WEAR MORE
CLOTHES TO SAVE COAL
basis of four jcars
is not any longer
ces on tile old
enlistments. It
necessary to induct men through
local draft boards as their eails
have all been cancelled and rec
ords dosed,
I n re-organizing the corps on a
permanent basis there will be va
cancies in ail the different branches,
wrich are infantry, lighi and heavy
artillery, truck and tractor drivers
and signal sections. Men who have
wanted to see foreign service, but
were not fortunate enough to get
"over" before, now have this op
portunity in the Marine Corps.
moved cut of
Less
the
i.
Gen. March Gets D. S. M.
v,Ya.shington, Dec. 1.?. L'pon
rec ominenilarion ot dcucral 1 crsh
iiig. and with the approval of Presi
dent Wilson,- Secretary Haker has
awarded the distinguished sen ice
medal to Cen. I'eyton II. March,
chief of staff. In presenting the
decoration lulore a large .i-m-iii-
age of armv officers, Se,-ct.irv
Chicago, Dee. 14. "It is our pa
triotic duty to put on more clothes,
save coal and improve health," was
the substance of an addre before
the l'nblic Health Administration
section of the American l'ublic
Health Association today by Dr.
Jeanette II. Throckmorton of Clan
tan, Iowa.
"There are fashions not only in
I dress. ,ut ni trend oi though! and
morals," Dr. Throckmorton contin
ued. "The impulse which
our primitive ancestors lo adopt
dress were, first vanity, next pro
tection and la.-.tly modesty; Of these,
that of protection seetiis ino.-i often
disregarded by the gentler -ex. The
custom of wearing summer cloth
ing in winter is a pernicious one,
ami the continual chilling of ilie
skin causes congestion of th; in
ternal organs with attendant MIK
"I'.reet carriage ami gait are im
portant qualities and are influenced
by the style of corset and shoes
worn.
ressi and morals are intimate-
issociated and modcrtv in dress
appears in demand but little at pres
ent. Our adole-cent daughters of
ten Use pour judgment n.i: only in
le-s ion in C"
of court-martial decreased from
to 1.17 in the navy and from 2.7-
to in the Marine Corps,
This fine record of the sailor's
behavior was revealed today in the
annual report of Capt. tieorge ii,
Clark, judge advocate-general, who
also took occasion to commend the
improve, l conditions in naval pns
oils, winch he attributed largely lo
the efforts of the Welfare League.
In relernng to excellent conditions
at liie 1'i.n .mouth, X. II., yard, the
judge ad v ocate-genei a! said the -v-lem
there was in ti.iied hv Thomas
Molt Osborne, former superintend-
he New York State l'rison.
promising results were noted
of the probation svsieni, only 5.s
per cent of ihe men so released
completing the period of probation
again--! 71 per cent in the preceding
war.
Germans Leaving Odessa
Loudon, Dec, U. Odessa, the
principal K'ussiau port of the Hlack
sea, i being evacuated by the (!er
mans, according to tin official state
ment from Herlin. The disarma
ment of Field Marshal von Mac.
ettsen's army, il is added, is pro
ceeding systematically.
cuts down
saplings in
The
Norwegian who
a tree must plant three
its place.
I '.very Chinese
carved upon ihe
"see" where it is
junk ha-, an eye
bow in ol'iler to
going.
FOR CHRONIC
RHEUMATISM
ease pass this article to a frienc
thus help L'ncle Sam reach al
mothers of the country.
r
ami
the
DR. DUKE FAVORS THE
SANATORIA SCHEME
The Oklahoma
Oklahoma City
( ietitlemeu :
1 ;im in most heart y accord am
sympathy with the plan to estab
lish suitable state tuberculosis sana
toria in Oklahoma. I'roiupt legis
lative action to that cud is most
desirable.
Oklahoma, so progressive in most
respects, has been backward in this
important phase of public health
work. Ilundieds of lives would be
saveil each year and great human
sintering averted by the est aid imi
ment of suitable places for the care
of tubercular patients. I-! veil our
largest cities are deficient ill this
regard : in smaller communities
there is almost no provision for
the care of such patients. Aside
from the humanitarian viewpoint,
the money thus expended will be
saved many times over the state.
Nothing is more expensive than ill
health.
.Assuring you of mv most cordi
co-operation, I am.
Sincerely vour
JOHN . DL'KF,
Stale Commissioner of Health
I iARTMANN WARDROBE TRUNKS
"LKT'S
TALK
LUGGAGE"
DONNELLY TRUNK CO.
14 North Harvey St.,
Oklahoma City, Okla.
HOME
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l'rici'd l'rom $2.").(iO to $1 ;.".. 0.
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Write for our now "How to Pack" Free Uooklot, show-
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high-class
Man.' pi'i.ii who have -iiiil-i-fi
tin ins, I ws UHMiralile alter iii n.lim;
i It a ii. ! J s if i!..dar- i. n S....-ial,si-i.
liallls, Cakiim I'niei.sie-, !.'.. .01. 1 wh.i
!,.. 11. .'.sin 1 ' r 1 it 1 1 , '' I Willi 1.II1.T rrme.
Tl,'-.-, ll.iw ."I l.-ML-ll IOIIIMI I. II. I llnlll
i NAVY LINED UP TO !'.'.:' .".r,.'.".'i '! :'''';'"":'"':"' ' '"'
I I'-l II 'IMMI II - ,1 I I' 'lit- 1-1
(lecoration before 'a large a-sein-i BEST TRADITIONS i:., fi r,- iv..n, ,,....,(. . , mo...!:..
liLo-e of a rm e oi'iierrs si.,...,,..,.! ilni-:.-. 1
I spuit are ki-pt renewed and i;;li tT str ,,, ,,. f'-T 1 1 1 :t"t Washing. on. Dec. 11-The navy r ,' "'j" 1 ' r I Tho
I hv good I l.s. tresh air, -,. t;,,,.,i ,, 1., .. t,- .irin.ri " ...., ,...,,,.,, , .
u was won iniougii eiKiiem sei vice , " -r " n 1 veev actiivv ai 1st lunrt. lie took l'r- I
Iw.tl. in Krui.-.. -is ,.ii:f ,0" .ir.ill. ri-I the war and sailors almost invari-1 sennn.ai .:.'s.ii. an.; mivm: -ii i:ik I
:l" of the First American army and ' ably conducted themselves better '""' J- vv. .11. l.-tiu I lot f k1. It ha.-. I
. .. . 1 at home as e 1 cf of staff man in peace t ines. lespite l ie , . mg :
, , ,t i noun, as inn 1 01 so in. 1 . , ' , . til -, and I am up a'i.1 euimr t-yerv- I
1 . -. large nil inner 01 men in.iuetett 11110 , wh,.. ..,,, Ii;lVl. tg n.v. r n.-s,,. I
divine spatK. Montreal claims to have the larg-! serwee from civil life, which in-ll am 1 1 i u h I . pif.i,., will. th.. ri-mlt,.." I w,l r,i r - - c - M-i r 1
" 'itku or est flour mill in the Kritisl, limpirc. I creased the naval forces 1.51 peri v. .vis:.. hs .,...., I Weed-End Cases, Over Nite Cases ami
will, c-maeitv of .SIMM) barrels a .-...it .hereueie f.-wer viola I loo s ,, I K'L1' v: r."r. "' v''"'- M 1 -C .V I Joal llOl' gOOtl.S 111 Clltl ll'SS YaHl'l V.
. 1 - ; 1 . .... riiird ,ve imii to sis., i i
j (lay. navy regulations. 1 lie percentage I ,rw nrli.
I
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Tuberculosis A,s Bx B . :( l-TMeS i. ! !Ti.4-S3 I - ji -W -fllSWm
SOUTHSitH OKLAHOMA (feMSMfe
iraareaa&iss jzegr -r . r1 :s.-' .- -.r - :; . . s- r t :ii w
9. In
ruptions
regard to
consider
thev want von to
important than tl;
yon had planned I
In the last anal v.
mothers eis( at ;i
eliild'
ot our I c -1 to our
meet their needs n
ihetiiselyes ?
10. The care of a
important, but it slum
olie the mother's atiei
expense of mind and spirit.
11. Cultivate a sense of humor in
yourself and in your child. It is
wondetfi.il how many trvir.g situa
tions may be relieved through this
means.
12. Show a child the same respect
you would a grown person. What a
child resents most in being struck
is not the pain, but the insult to his
pride.
13. Do not leave your children
largely to the care of nur-es, how
ever conscientious or scemir.lv in
telligent they may be. ttr-es min
ister mostly to tlie physical needs
of little children, and the time soon
comes when they are no longer nec-
.Assuring you of mv most cordial
co-operation, I am.
Sincerely yours,
JOHN . DL'KF,
Mate c om in i ssi oner ot iicauu.
I -M I II Mill MM i-
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Bu siness Outlook Broadens Readjustment In Industry and Trade to a Peace Basis Mean Larger Available
Supplies of Merchandise, Sustained Prices for Farm Products and a General Broadening of the Country's Prosperity
Expert Radiator Repairing
Radiator Hospital
Phone Maple 902.
330 W. Fifth Street.
Oklahoma City
J. R. Cahill and Son, Proprietors.
LET US DEMONSTRATE
THE ONLY BLACKLEG
126 West Second Street i4ij
I
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OKLAHOMA CITY.
Eetro takes tnt j,,.,, .. i Uic whole cg
in all cooking anil bakinK at lt-ss than
!h- a do.. hip. u takes the jilaco ot tin
whites of etiys in anythliiK they aro used
tor. Always very coiivtcnlciit and economical.
H u m ph revs' "Sevent y-seven"
breaks up Coughs, Colds,
Influenza, Cold in the Head,
Catarrh, Sore Throat, Quinsy,
Tonsilitl-iand Grip. At all Druggist
SE1UM
Our Specialty Now Bones.
Karchmer Iron & Metal Co.,
9.ii West (irand, OMu. City.
Plione Walnut TiSOl, Maple "302
Whnlpsalo Junlf Dealers.
Can serve you and inform yoti on
anything you wish to know in our line.
We have experts here.
BUILDERS of COMMERCIAL
CAR BODIES
Painting Tops and Trimming
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Oklahoma City
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Will Immune Your Calves.
A vaccine that is absolutely safe and free from
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Stock Yards Station, Oklahoma City, Okla.
ijy vaccinating your calves with this
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The price is HOc per dose of 5 ccs.
One vaccination immuncs the calf for life.
Write us today don't delay.
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vaccine
KANSAS BLACKLEG SERUM COMPANY
Oklahoma City
OWN A BOTTLED
WATER BUSINESS
The Electric Water Sterilizer will give Pure. Clear,
Sweet-Tasting Water.
There is a fine opportunity in Ardmore for a live
business man who is looking for a good proposition.
We install complete plants and guarantee your suc
cess. Wire, phone or write to
Electrified Water Company of Texa
Dallas, Texas.
LIBERTY ELECTRIC COMPANY
At Liberty Garage
Specializing in Starters, Magnetoes and Generators
We Repair and Re-Charge All Makes of Batteries
Dealers' Business Solicited.
13 West Main St., Oklahoma City. Phone Walnut 801
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
lluve your tins retreaileil vv vulcan
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old rabings and tultes. Kxpensos paid
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Your every need has been
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service the most complete in
the city.
The
REINHART AND DONOVAN
CO.
Civil and Contracting Engineers
Reinforcing Steti and Fire'
proof Building Materials
Office 7L'l-23-23-27 Insurance Building
telephone Maple 771
Oklahoma City
ELECTRIC SIGNS
CHANNEL LETTER STUDDED LETTER.
Our Patent Reflecto Electric Sign is a money sav
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63S E. 7th St., Phone Maple 53, Oklahoma City
PRICES
Consistent with quality,
ACME ELECTRIC CO. your small order will get thej
i:x(iasive Kirctri.ai Repairing same service as larcrer ones.
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Oklahoma Electrical
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Starting Motors, Lighting Generator", and Ignition
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m buU line repair Parts for all makes of Storage Bat
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CO.
Phone Walnut 3617
427 West Main

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