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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 191a.
DAILY ARDMOREITE PAGE THREE ' 1ABILL W. J. BELL, Representative (or Marshall Co, Full Carrier Service Dan Cupid Busy According to statements issued by Court Clerk Campbell, the little fellow with the bow and arrows is still reason ably busy in and about Mailill. Mr. Campbell reports the following mar riage permits issued from his office since lust reported. Blllie Reid, 21. to Miss Ruby Gertrude Dial, 18, both of Madill. I'aul Kerges, 22, of Kingston, to Miss Gertie Minter, 23, of Isorn Springs. John E. Bryson, 22, of Wayne, to Miss Gertie Roberts, 19, of Madill. Mrs. Lula F.rookman went to Ardmore yesterday morning, where she h:us ac cepted a position with the Al Rosenthal Ladies' Fashion Kmporium. Miss Lottie Watson of Amity. Ark., Is In Madill, the guest of her uncle, C E. Watson. Miss Lorene Smith went to Ardmore to register for the high school course In Ardmore high schol for the 1919 and 1920 semester. Floyd Jones of Ardmore spent the week-end in Madill with his sister, Mrs O. S. Grimmett. Mrs. J. A. Maves of Denison. Texas, and Mrs. Charles Seigler of Dallas are In Madill, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lovelace. J. S. Dillingham made a business trip to Durant yesterday. Miss Kathleen Hall returned to Dallas yesterday morning, where she Is at tending u commercial school, after a few days spent in Madill visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. (J. W. Hall. Mrs. R. L. Ritchie, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Lonnie, went to Du rant yesterday morning where Miss Lonnie will enter Southeastern Normal. Mrs. Joe. A. Owen and Mrs. Minnie ChasUiin, who is visiting .Mis. Owen, went to Wapunueka yesterday morn ing for a visit with Mrs. Chastain's daughter. Mrs. Ruth Hancock. Mrs. Mary Hathway went to Durant yesterday morning to visit for a few days with Mrs. Ola Taylor. Miss Grace Taylor, who had been In Madill ussisting in the music at the Nazarene meeting just closed, has re turned to her home in Durant. Mrs. ('. A. 1'isher and Miss Mable Fisher Flatter are in Madill visiting with Mrs. L. A. Hadwin. Miss Winnie Williams of Kinlock visited yesterday in Madill with her Bister, Miss Lena Williams. Misses Laura and Winnie Lynn re turned yesterday morning from a visit with friends at 1 urant. Dwight Ross and Miss Wilna Holland left yesterday morning for Norman to take up their studies in the Oklahoma University. S. W. Henry of Woodville attended to business in Madill yesterday. Guy Douglas. H. II. De Lay ami J. C. Hopkins of Kingston were business vis itors in Madill yesterday. Fulsome Arbuckle and Doyle Brad ford are In Madill this week, Mr. Ar buckle visiting his mother, and Mr. Bradford visiting old-time friends. They have both been working in the Ranger, Texas, oil fields for some months. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Owen of the Willis country spent yesterday in Ma dill. Mr. and Mrs. .T. S. Malone took their daughter. Miss ltha to, Sherman yes terday afternoon for surgical treatment. ('. L. Norman of Ardmore was a business visitor in Madill yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sharp, after a two-weeks' visit with relatives in Ma dill, left yesterday afternon for their home at New Boston. Texas. SUFFERS TOR MENTS OF CONDEMNED Without mentioning names or quoting from the letters of those who write about the terrible suffering that they have endured, think of the countless thousands of suffering women in America alone and you will realize that woman suffers the torments of the con demned. Why is it that women who, as young girls, were healthy, robust, athletic specimens of strength and vigor, a few years later become physic al wrecks? What Is the cause of it? Ninety-nine times out of a hundred this rapid decline of physical health and energy Is not due to any disease or or ganic disorder that Is peculiar to wom en alone. Ninety-nine times out of a hundred the cause of the rapid decline of your women's strength is the neglect of Acid Stomach, and the pity of it is that practically all the misery, agony and loss of health and vitality that these millions of women eildure could be avoided if only people would realize what a frightfully dangerous condition Acid Stomach is and how certain and sure it is, if neglected, to make Its vic tims suffer the torments of the con demned. Because the first symptoms of Acid Stomach seem trifling, nothing Is done. There is a little belching of gas and a sense of sourness in the stomach, a loss of appetite, bad breath, blotchy com plexion with now and then a sense of dizziness with specks that seem to float before the eyes, but the victim is not alarmed. Then follows habitual or chronic constipation. which allows great accumulated masses of undigested food to clog up the system, causing dyspepsia, biliousness and a complete breakdown, resulting in loss of weight, health and strength. Then comes the most horrible mental depression imag inable and after that excruciating, ag onizing pains that bring the sweat out on the forehead in great beads while the bands and feet grow Icy cold and the once strong man or woman Is left limp as a rag and far too weak and helpless to battle with life's problems or take any part in the joy of existence. If only everybody would take 1'epsinol before the breakdown conies. It is so much easier to prevent than to repair, 1'epsinol is the marvelous preventive of such conditions. It is scientifically ac curate in its action. There is nothing like it as a reconstructive tonic and strength builder. It corrects the causes of gas and the formation of acid In the stomach. It Improves the appetite and general health almost immediately. It aids digestion, induces natural move ments of the bowels and promotes healthy, restful sleep. When you think of "pep" think of 1'epsinol. Genuine 1'epsinol is made only by The I'eplax Medicine Co., Memphis, Tenn., and is in strict accordance with the Med ical Standards of the I'nited States I'harmacnpea. To be convenient for everybody and yet to prevent substi tutes being sold for 1'epsinol, we have appointed a special "1'epsinol Agent" In each section of Ardmore. Frame Drug Co. City Drug Store, Bomar Drug Co. Look for the "1'epsinol Agent" In your locality. adv. AE1ETTA MRS. MATTYE N. ROSE Correspondent Eell Telephone Office I. J. JONES, Agent (At Smith's Drug Store) SUIPHOT Paperi on sale at WIly's Drug j City Drug Store, Store, East Side West Side Kord Cur Stolen A Ford car, belonging to Jeff Jen nings and his daughters, was taken from the city In a most unique way las Friday. A prospective purchaser of the car showed up in the agency's sales room and after coming to terms on the car, asked if he flight try it out for a few minutes. The agency representative readily consented and the young man took the car for a few minutes' run about the city, presum ably to try it out. That was the last heard or seen of the young man and the car. Confederates Meet The R. M. Gano Camp of Confeder ate Veterans met at the City Hall Sun day afternon and elected officers for the ensuing year, as follows: Commander, K. W. Stubhlefield: lieutenant commander, J. AV. Dixon; adjutant, Mrs. Southard. Commander Stubhlefield was author ized to name four delegates to the At lanta reunion next month. A resolution was passed memorial izing tin' national reunion to admit Sons and Daughters of the Confederacy into the A'eterans' organiaz'ion. Col. R. A. Sliced, state pension c uin missioncr, was present at the meeting. one of the directors of the Bank of Commerce and has many friends in this city. Mr. U. C. Harbert of Ada spent the week end with relatives In this city. Mrs. K. B. Scott and little son who have been visiting in Grand I'rairie, Texas, have returned home. 'Miss Alice Carter, who Is attending the Ada Normal, spent the weekend with relatives and friends In Sulphur. J. R. AVomack was in Sulphur on busi ness this last week. Lieut. R. I'. Wright and bride of Cleburne, Texas, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Hosapple this week. Col. K. A. Sliced was here the first of the week preparing to move his household goods to Oklahoma City, where lie has purchased a nice home. Messrs. R. S. (ioffe and Paul (ioffe of Kansas spent the past week in this city on business. Mr. K. S. Coffee, for mer owner of the Telephone exchange in this city, will perhaps return to Sul phur, as he states be and bis good wife have found no place or people as good as Sulphur. HENRY WOOD "SAWED SOWS 161 ACRES TO T Sulphur Personal Hems R. K. Mays, a stockman from Scullin, was in Sulphur Saturday. Frank Harris of Drake was in Sul phur Saturday. Drake now has the livest AVoodman camp in the county. Mr. Harris is one of its tireless work ers. AVnlter Benn of Nebo was In town Saturday. Ruel Choate of Coleman spent the past few weeks in Sulphur. Mrs. B. I'. Deel of Davis was visit ing in Sulphur Saturday. If. J. Doeer made a business trip to Pauls Valley last week. Frank K. Moore left last week far Carthage, III. Hugh Kawlings of Muskogee spent a few days In Sulphur the past week. Howard Minify, formerly of Sulphur, but now of Oklahoma City, was down the past week visiting friends. Miss Macy Shofner, formerly of Sul phur but now employed at Roff, spent tho week end In Sulphur. Mrs. R. M. Kstes and children spent the week end in Sulphur. Mrs. Estes is". Mrs. Perry Martin and daughter, who have been visiting In Sulphur, re turned home yesterday. Miss Sue Carter of Love's Valley, left yesterday for Caddo, where she will teach during the coming school year. Miss Carter has charge of the depart ment of domestic science. Miss Texie AVhite of Thackerville, who has been visiting here this week, returned home yesterday. Mrs. Garrison and little daughter of Davis arrived in Marietta yesterday to Join their husband and father, who is employed in one of the Marietta stores, Miss Supery Askew of this city and Mr. Bryan Pugh of Ardmore were mar ried In Ardmore yesterday. They left on the 5 o'clock train for Galveston and other points in Texas, where they will visit for some time. Mrs. AVill Freeman and daughters, Mildred and Marie, who have been vis iting here this week returned to their home at Pauls Valley yesterday. Mrs. Reta Robinson of Gainesville, Texas, has been here this week visiting her mother, Mrs. Alexander. Miss Hazel of Gainesville, Texas, was here this wek visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce. Harry Brown of Fort AVorth has been here this week visiting with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Horn of Ranger are here thla week visiting Mrs. Horn's mother, Mrs. Doughty. Nathan Lairnee, who was in tho Fourth Division of the C. M. It., re ceived his discharge at Toronto, Canada, and Is now at home with his relatives and, many friends. James Mathers, Jr., son of Attorney James Mathers and grand nephew of the late Henry AV. I'urman, judge of the Oklahoma criminal court of appeals at the time of his death, ranks as the champion early wheat planter of south- i ern Oklahoma. Young Mathers is but 17 years old, yet lie has been the first wheat grow er in this section to complete his fall seeding. Saturday, just as the sun sank below the western horizon, the young man drove bis teams to the burn, put away his plows and stored his grain drill, having completed sowing 100 acres in wheat on bis farm near Springer, north of Ardmore. He is the first wheat farmer in Cur ter county, if not in till southern Ok lahoma to finish his seeding of winter wheat. With a well grounded determination to become a successful farmer, young Mathers will enter the A. & M. Col lege ut Stillwater, where he will take a course In agricultural training. Business Deal Culled Off The deal pending between John Har rell and Jack Browden, for the sale and purchase of the Harrell drug store has possibly fallen through, after the Invoice had been taken and every thing was In readiness for the formal transfer of the business. Owing to complications that arose Mr, Harrell decided to call the trade off, and will, he states, continue to conduct the business. Associated with him will be his old line-up of clerks and pharmacists, and he says he will add materially to his stock of fancy goods and druggists' ac cessories, usually carried In a first class drug establishment. Mr. Harrell will have active charge of the entire business, associated with him will be K. A. Cunningham and Paul Nunnally, expert druggists and both well known here. IIDISF wholesome, Cleansing, Belreshing and Healing pOv, LoIUb Murine for Kcd. iVfClatlon, Itching and ! YOUR LltO Burning of the Eyes or Eyelids; "2 Drop" After the Movies, Motoring ; jr Golf will win your confidence. Ak your Drue- AKDMOHK U-XKKS TO (iKT HA1M50W TKOl'T Sl'PPIJKI) HY STATK FISH WARDEN Oklahoma City, Sept. 9. Bon AVatt state fish and game warden has had several applications for the yeur'ing rainbow trout which the government hatchery at Neosho, Missouri, will turn over to the state. Lukes near Ard more, Ada, Sulphur and Sand Springs will be allotted a portion of the trout. AS'att hopes to find ten lakes in which the water will remain below t5 degrees above zero in the hottest peri od of the year In which to place these fish for propagation. About two hun dred of the yearlings will be allotted to each lake and the remainder will be placed in the cold water streams of northeastern and eastern Okluhoma. TROUBLED WIT ECZEMA YEARS In Little Pimples On Entire Body. Cuticura Heals. "I was troubled with eczema for a number of years. Every spring it would begin to break out in little fine pimples on my entire body, and would cause the akin to itch and be red. For over a year I lost sleep. "I sent for a frse sample of Cuti cura Soap and Ointment, and after wards purchased more, and I only used two cakes of Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment when I was healed. My skin is now soft and smooth." (Signed) B.L.Whifj ham, R. 1, Box 17, Hazlehurat, Ga. Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tal cum are all you need for every-day toilet and nursery purposes. Soap 25c, Ointment 25 nod EOc, Talcum 23c. Soid throughout the world. For ample each free adrircm: "Cuticura Lab rrmfnrin. Dept. H, Maiden. Mnw." 1UKXTITY OK MICHKiAN'S "PKKIIISTOKIC MAN" SOIA Kl Jackson, Mich.. Sept. 9. Twenty or twentv-five years ago. when Jack son prison's industries were not so in dustrious, Jimmy Leather spent a few u.-it)iln its walls !ind fimlintr timet hanging heavily on bis hands he mod- elled human images for pastime. At the end of his sentence he had quite a collection of "dummies." tine of them, Jimmie's "prehistoric man," was unearthed last Friday in Patrolman Oscar Nierman's buck yard. This was the explanation put for ward today as the orutin of Nierman's find, which several physicians, after a hasty examination, declared was the petrified body of a man, 12 feet and seven inches In height. I-. S. WILL PUOSKCl T K PACUKUS INDIYIDl'AI.Y AS TO THK COMPAMKS OFFICIALS' SESSION Oklahoma City, Sept. 9.-Henry Wood, state highway commissioner, re turned yesterday afternoon from Mem phis, Tenn.. where he attended a con ference of highway commissioners of Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Mississ ippi and Tennessee, held under the aus pices of the Memphis Chamber of Com merce. Telegraphic dispatches from Memphis refer to Mr. Wood as the commissioner "who came a long way to talk and listen to business perti nent to work of highway development and had no speech to make." He rep resented Oklahoma on the important resolutions committee which mapped out the future activities of an asso ciation of highway commissioners. One of the important business trans actions at the meeting was the pledg ing of each state delegation to support the Ferris bill, introduced ill the na tional bouse by Congressman Scott Ferris, by which the war department will he directed to turn over its sur plus motor-driven vehicles to the fed eral department of agriculture to be distributed among the highway de partments of agriculture of the va rious states. The slate of Oklahoma has 2'i five passenger automobiles and 40 big trucks, properly of the gov eminent to lie used on state federal aid road projects. Recently the judge advocate of the war department made a decision which, if followed, would re quire the return of all this machinery to the war department. This is only a small part of $;',UO.liol worth of auto driven road building machinery prom ised to the state when (lovernor Rob ertson presented the mutter to the federal department of agriculture in June. Car shortages In nearly all the states Is resulting in holding up railway shipments of road-building material, and the commissioners also took ac tion looking to relief from this dif ficulty. The matter of securing the additional $400,000,000 in federal aid to states operating along the govern ment's plan of road improvement was discussed and congressional delegations from each of the states represented tit the meeting will be asked to assist in securing this assistance. OKLAHOMA COl'NTY'S TAX v.-xi.i vi ion is i ii:si:i i;v S'.'ti.ooo.iioo oi;u mis turn on Okluhoma county's assessed ' Valuation ut once, turned In his assess ed valuation amounts to $128,000,000, about $20,000,000 more than the re turn for ISMS. The state board seta Sept. Ill as the date upon which it would take action on this return. Only two counties, Blaine and Atoka, have failed to get their returns back to the board. These are expected with in the next day or two. after which the total assessed valuation of the state, figured at about half a billion greater than 191S, can be ascertained. Fpon the total of the state's assessed valuation will depend the tax levy for state purposes. The levy last year was two and a half mills. Oklahoma City. Sept. 9. .lames real ty, county assessor of Oklahoma county, I who had been threatened with drastic action upon the part of the state board of equalization unless be hail bis re- To Purify and Knrlrh the Blood Take OROVK'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC which Is simply IRON and QUIMNF. suspended In Syrup. So Pleasant F.ven Children I.Ike It. You can soon feel Its Strengthening, In vigorating hffect. Price tiOc. Adv. ORDER A CASE FOR THE HOME Sold by 611 soft: drink aeaierx Chicago, Sept. 9. Action against the packers by tho federal government will be as individual companies as well as collective, it was stated today at the office of United States District Attor ney Clyne, and it was stated also that the addition of John 11. Atwood of Kan sas City to the group of government attorneys wart expected within a few days. It is expected that Judge Kenesaw M. Landis will preside at the trial. There Is a likelihood that the hearing will start some time In November. OVER-ACIDITY of the stomach has upset many a night's rest Ii your stomach is acid disturbed, dissolve two or three iH-lQI! on the tongue before retiring and en joy refreshing sleep. The purity and goodness of Ki-moidt guaranteed by SCOTT 4 BOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION nwni Trtrritrinvtfir.iifi s) THE .BEST 1 "tm.tm DRINK FOR HOME FOLKS A delightful bever age, full flavored, and rich in those things that make for nutri ment and wholesome ness, GllAINO is the ideal drink for home use. Mid by GRAIN JUICE CO., DulU.. Texas. Distributed in Ardmore by COC.VKU.A liOTTI.lMi CO. 4 AUTUMN ATTIRE IN SOFT, RICH MA TERIALS ENHANCED BY UNUSUAL ORNAMENTATION A very attractive and timely-collection of Autumn apparel, introducing new themes that are the dominant features of the mode. Individuality is expressed by widely varied styles in models that emphasize the graceful lints of : outh ;added charm is given by exquisite decorative motifs in fur,. embroidery and beading. THE VALUES ARE MOST EXTRAORDINARY AUTUMN FROCKS OF AMAZING VERSATILITY RICHLY BEADED FROCKS of Crepe Georgette, costumes of lustrous Satin and elabortely braided and embroidered models of Serge, in engagingly new style themes, very delightful in unexpected expres sions of the Fall silhouette. $25.00 THE PICTURESQUE FROCKS of Satin, Crepe Georgette, Tricolette and Charmeuse and the beaded and embroidered frocks of Tricotine are quite in the vogue and in perfect accord with the demand of Autumn and Winter fashions. DAINTILY BEADED FROCKS of Crepe Georgette, modish tailleurs of Tricotine and cleverly draped models of Crepe Meteor and Satin, very persuasive and unusually attractive in their appeal of artistic simplicity. $59.50 NEW FALL TAILORMADES SMARLY MODELED SUITS of Tinseltone, Velour de Laine, Oxfords, Silvertone, Tricotine, Bolivia and Duvet Superior reach the very acme of personal charm and finished artistry in these exceptionally beautiful examples of Autumn tailor made fashions. $35.00 .o $100.00 FUR TRIMMED SUITS IN RICH, NEW EFFECTS TO LUSTROUS Velour de Laine, Duvet de Laine, Lustrola, Argonne, Silk Duvetyne, Peach Bloom, Chameleon, Yalama, Bolivia, Velveteen and Frost Glo are added as trimmings sumptuous Beaver, Squirrel, Mole, Nutria, Persian Lamb, Mink, Skunk, Hudson Seal and Ringtail. $39.50 INDIVIDUALLY TAILORED FROCKS of Crepe Meteor and models of Paulette and Crepe Georgette, achieving distinction by means of rich and intricate embroideries and exquisite beading which identify these delightfully new types of Autumn fashions. $75.00 COATS FOR the FALL SEASON An ensemble of coat fashions that bear the hall-mark of the vogue, presented in models of irreproachable style, developed in fabrics of charming texture and lustre. The modish flare of skirt, the clever modeling of collar, sleeve or pocket, the dash of fur-trimming or exquisite embroidery, are a few of the effects that give unusualy distinction to these indis pensable garments. DEVELOPED IN Kordovan Duvetyne Frost Glo Peach Bloom Crystal Cord $49.50 ,o $175.00 Evora Caledonia Vellouise Squirrel Beaver Black Fox Chameleon Bolivia Argonne Bokhara Eilver Tip Bolivia Lustrola Velour de Laine Cashmere Duvetyne FUR TRIMMINGS Nutria Taupe Lynx Mink Skunk Hudson Seal Ringtail $19.50 $300.00 MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT Our mail order department is at your service, as we have an expert in charge of this department; and your orders is filled and sent out the same day received. OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS Should take advantage of our mail or der service, and shop by mail; orders filled and sent out same day received; we are at your service.