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TESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1920. )Ail,Y ARDMOREITE PAGE AMLi W. J. EELL, Representative for Manha.1! Co. . Full Carrier Service. In the Courts . No new suits filed In the district court during the lust week, and but one criminal ease in the county court, It being for unlawful possession of choctaw beer. K. V. Woody was granted a decree of divorce from her h unhand, J. M. Woody, upon the grounds of extreme cruelty. They were married April 5, 1920. Marriage Limine Nioanor, Munoz. 37, San Antunlu. Texas, to Mrs. Fell pa Rangel, 37, 11a- Ulll. R. L. Inman, 25, to Miss Kittle All sup, 22, both of Madill. L. C. Prhldy. 1, to Miss Rhoda Hughes, 19, both of Oakland. Clifford K. Wommark, 2S, to Miss Sadie Pelham, 20, both of Lark. G. M. Brynnt, 22. Durhum, to Miss Ermah Hamilton, 20, of Lark. Farl K. Hodgson, Mt. Sterling, 11., nge 27, to Miss Dew&y 'Lea Farmer, 23. Madill. Stuart Andrson, 28, Ada, to Mrs. Delia Rollins of Madill. REPUBLICANS OF COUNTY Wrinkles That Form WILL ATTEND STATE MEET Around Eyes and Mouth According to a statement Issued by Sum Weeks, ehulrman of the Republi can committee of Carter county, the six delegates who will represent the county at the stiile Republican rati fication' meeting to bo held in Okla homa City on August 2Sth, will tie selected from among those who vol unteer to attend, by Mr, Weeks who v:U make the uppointments today. The meeting at Oklahoma City has been eilled in pursuance of a, reso lution passed by the Republican ex ecutive committee on August 10th, 1920, by J. A, Harris, chairman of the Republican statu committee for Oklahoma, KINDS UXEXPKCTKI) SOMETIMES H.VITENS Tom Looney of Argentu, Ark., Is In Madill visiting Miss Lydiu Orecr and other friends and acquaintances. I). B. Duggans, an old-time resident of Murshall countyl, arrived Saturday afternoon from his home at Whites boro, Texas, to visit his son. Mr. and Mrs. M. (' .Dowell spent Sunday with friends in Ardmore. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dowell left Saturday night for a ten days' vara, tlon visit with relatives at Whites boro and Tioga, Texas. "I suffered for 10 years with stom ach trouble and doctored away a lot of money before 1 found a medicine that was a real benefit to me. Since taking one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy 14 weeks ago I have had I more real joy of living than 1 had i In 10 years before." It Is a simple, j harmless preparation that removes the j catarrhal mucus from the intestinal i tract and allays the inflammation j which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, lnclud j ing appeilicits. One dose will con j since or money refunded. Frame Drui Co., and Druggists everywhere. Adv. TRICKS IX COLLISION' Mrs. Eettie riilliam Walter and Vcrna Mae, omingo for a week end a lives. and children, went to Tish visit with rel- Two Cars Try to I'uss mi Sunn1 Wild Ronillant Smash; Slight Diimages Side William M. (iarland, who hud been visiting in Madill for a couple of days with his sister, Mrs. W. J. Hell, and brother, J. I), dnrlund, went to Pauls Valley Sunday morning, where he will have the position of. principal of the Pauls Valley High School the coming year. Mr. fiarland has held the chair of science in the Greenville, Texas, High School for the past few years. He was accompanied to Pauls Valley by Dr. Garland, who will make a short 'visit with his brother. Dr. Charles Garland and sister, Mrs. Charles F. Hart. Miss Pearl Chancy went to Ayles woith to visit with her aunt, Mrs. J. R. Robinson. Two trucks met in head-on collision at the intersection of North Washing ton street and First avenue, northwest, this morning about 11:.10 o'clock. Ono of the trucks, belonging to the Cold Storage Meat Market, was driven by Jack Wright, while the other belonged to the Colvert ice Cream Company. The name of the driver of the Colvert truck is not available. As far lis could be learned, the only damage resulting from the collision was a bent fender and broken front spring on the Colvert truck. MISSING KANSAS CITY GIRL SKKX IN NEW YORK IIOTKL Kuchf I Johnson of Kingston Friday evening in Madill. the guest of Mrs. Margaret Duncan. Miss visited Miss Ronnie Relle Mitchell of Leon ard is in Madill, a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. P. Johnson. Miss Dixie Jones, who had been in Madill the guest of Mivs Hazle Rabin, returned to her homo at Henryetta Saturday morninj. Kansas Ciiy, Mo., Aug. 2.1. Informa tion that a girl answering the descrip tion of Miss Harriet Howard Kimball. 19 years old. who disappeared last Monday night, from her home here, was seen in New York, has been re ceived in Kansas City, The informa tion stated that'll girl answering Miss Kimball's description stayed one night in a New York hotel, whi le she had nl ways been instructed to stop In event she visited New York, a member of the familv said. ONLY ASK AMERICA TO PLAY I AIR WITH WORLD Mrs. J. M. Scott and rons, Tominie l.ce and Frederick, and Mis. ('. H. Wright and daughter. Miss Virginia Catherine Wright, left Saturday morn ing for a ten days' visit to Medicine Park. Mrs. J. H. McMillan went to Ard more Saturday for a week-end visit Willi her mother, Mrs. C. A. White-hurst. Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Holland and daurrli t' ls. Misses Wilna and Mildred, re turned Saturday afternoon from a month's visit to Rochester, Minn., and the northwe.-t. On their return they visited in Chicago and saw much of Interest in that city. They report a very pleasant and interesting trip. Miss Elizabeth Derrick left Saturday morning for Cooper. Texas, for a visit with her grandmother, Mrs. M. T. dimming. ' Mrs. F. L. Yarger has reitirned from a ten-days' visit wllh her parents at Weldon, Mo. Mrs. P. F. Robinson and Mrs. R. H Williams visited for the week end with relatives at Aylesworth. Miss Alma Crabh visited Friday with her sister, Mrs. Lcta Stowers, at Simpson. Baltimore, Md. Europe is still un ruled and hoping the United States r!!l play fair with the rest of the world .according to Prig. -Gen. John M. T. Finm-y, who has just returned hem fi-jrn the Interallied Surjjicul Conference at Paris. I' Finney was the chief f f nsultihg surgeon for the American Expeditionary Forces dur ing the war. He declares it is "a sin and a shame that America has put herself in the position of- r -akins faith with her allies." Referring to America's in establishing a concord Gen. Ejnney said: ''The Europeans cannot the rition America has ind'd, there was very Mule that could be said by way of explanation. Amer ica is placed on the defensive without much of a defense." Dayton. Governor Cox did not ans wer the telegram of the senate com mittee investigating the campaign ex penditures, asking that he prove his statement:) charging a Republican fund of $13,000,000. lea lt,rshlp ol' peace, understand taken and CALIFORNIA I OR HARDING Judge Guodcell llell-roarm' Will- Go States Thai All if Hiram's Support I to the Senator i MONEY BACK i trtthont qnettlon If Hunt'n Halva fall la the trt-atmoui of Hc'eiua, Tetter, Klnjnform, 1Kb, etc Don't become dun-oaraged because other treatments failed. Ilaut'e Halve) baa relieved hnnilrttdsof auuncaira. Vol ean't loee on oar Mont HnrkOuaranlM. Try It at our n.k TODAY. Price 75c, at drnj itorea. ;, Uicnama uo., snonaan.xau Marion, Oliio, Aug, 21. Col. George! Harvey, the New York editor, wai on Senator Harding's cali.ng list lo- -Jy and it wa:l understood that the league of nations Issue is one of the prominent subjects to be di;;cus3.d at their conference. Another of the nominee's callers was Judge Rex Ii. Goodcell of Cali fornia, one of Senator Hiram John son's managers In the pre-conventlon campaign. "The entire Johnson group is back ing the republican candidate," ac cording to n sfalement today. This Good Looking Young Wonuaii Advises Old lime Recipe of Butter milk Cream in New Way A Gen tle Massage with Fingers Before Retiring ail That U Necessary l . t ? '.v ' ; There Is no secret about it nor la there uny doubt about the result it .1 Just common ordinary buttermilk hi the form of a wonderful cream gent':.' massaged with the finger tips around the corners of the eyes and mouth. To Drove this to vour comnlete sat isfaction obtain a small quantity o. Howard a Buttermilk Cream at any good drug or toilet counter on the money back ir dissatisfied plan. inn directions are simple and it cost's so little that any girl or woman can afford it. Frame Drug Co. can sup ply you. Adv. Work to Stop Tuberculosis Tulsa, Okht., Aug. 23. In an effort to iirevent the spread of tuberculosis among show cattle the Tulsa County Shorthorn Breeders Association at its meeting here today, decided that all entries In the ccunty free fair In September must be accompanied by the state tuberculosis certificate John Kramer, president of the asso ciation, stated ho believed much of the tuberculosis among cattle can be directly traced to the spread throush county and state fairs. MRS. CARRIE SETLIFF Correspondent " Irepg business Misses Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Telford an nounco the birth of a little gill. Aug. !9, 1S2U. Hean of Mamisviile. was a visitor in town Friday. Ruby M.issey .Tnil IMti- Young spent the week-end in Ard more at the home of Mr. an.l Mrs. Skeet Martin. Mrs. M. E. Morris ami grandson, Everett Gregg, aro visiting with relatives In Tulsa. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Willits of Poncn. City, are visiting at the home of R. L. Gregg. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Young had as their guests this week, Misse-i Myrtle ami Florence Leaeher, anJ Garnet t Chigley of Davis. Miss Addie Mai: Strickland of Stratford, .Mr. and Mrs. William M. Franklin and chil dren of Oklahoma City. Miss Mary Lou Rood of Durant. visited with friends hue I his week. Mrs. Hen Yates of Davis, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 11. S. Suggs this week. Mrs. E. G. Metzger of Pond Creek, visited wl'h her parents, Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Gillespie this week, she was accompanied home by her sister, Mis Ethel Gillespie, who will visit with her several days. Vis. Tom Reld and children nre vis iting with relatives in Cleevland, Ark. Mrs. G. T. Fisher and children and Mim. Grace Monerlef and children, returned homo this week from a visit with relatives In Arkansas. Mrs. Moncrief und children left Saturday for their homo in Topeka, Ivans. W. K. Paskell and Dr. J. O. Gil liam were business visitors in Ard more this week. Mrs. C. H. Thomas and children, who have been visiting with rela tives in Gainesville, Texas, returned home Saturdiy. Mr. and Mrs. Finning and daugh ter, of Motia. Ark., were business visitors In town, Saturday. From here they went to Sulphur where tliey will vltit a few days before re turning home. Mrs. Annie Eastup and children, Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Telford, and Miss Maud Telford visited at the homo of Mrs. G. W. Te'ford Friday evening. Mrs. J. G. Y'oung and daughter motored to Ardmore Saturday and visited with Mis. Yuma's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Mannsvilie. .Mrs .1. 15. Chapman and children of Davis visited with her daughter, Mrs. Dart Kubanks, this , week. .f. IS, Thomas was bitun by his house cat Friday night. Mr. Thomas immediately took the head of the cat to N'ermiin where he found tnat the eat had hydrophobia. He is now tak ing the treatment. Mrs. Ernest I'iltman of visited at the home of Mr. W. i. Pittmar, tins week Miss Armllta Little who visiting with relatives in for the past three weeks home this week. Ardmore, and Mrs. has been Stonewall returned (OIN'TRY'S FOREIGN TRIE REACHES HIGH i'iGlKE Washington, D. C Total Imports of foodstuffs and merchandise reached more than half a billion dollars dur ing June, it is announced here by the Department of Commerce. Total figures show import for the month were ."jii.bTa.OSS and exports were tG31.OS2.6-JS. For the twelvemonth period ended in June, imports were $.",238.C21.6CS and exports were , 111.0.'19.7.';:ii The friereased imp is more favorably balance the country's foreign trade account. CHICAGO STOCKYARD WORKERS ASK FOR SALARY UOOST Chicago, Aug. 24. Hearings on the petition of 120 stockyards workers for wage Increases approximating 20 per cent of their present salaries, was ope,.ed Monday before Federal Judge Samuel Alschuler. The hearing may continue three weeks. The decision may also affect 8.000 stockyards employes outside of Chicago who are said to have agreements with their employers that they will be given increases corre sponding to any granted workers here. I Physician Inventor Dead Topeka, Aug. 23. Dr. H. B. Roby, Kansas physician, and author of a number of medical works, and said to have been one of the inventors of the Remington typewriter, died at his home here last night. He served with the union army in the civil war and following ' his discharge was a court reporter in Milwaukee and Kenosha, Wis. A son, Maj. Albert A. Roby, Drownsville, Texas, is among the sur vivors. Dr. Roby was years of age. Thursday P. M. DEAR PETE: Just blew into Pittsburg to close that N and P purchase. While I was waiting for the contract to be signed who ambles in to the G. M's office but President Holt! Asked me if I had a cigarette. Slipped him my "Camel Garage." Remember, he hit the "straight" boys when I met him last year? Pate, you ought to hear Mr. Holt talk Camels! Gee, I thought I was some Camel spieler. But he went right to the mat with the subject. Say, if I could have shorthanded that line of super stuff I'd have the job writing Camel ads by noon today! "Reynolds ought to get a dollar for every Camel cigarette", Mr. Holt declared. "Why, my boy, Camels are simply wonderful," he added. "Don't ever let anybody talk about mild ciga rettes compared with Camels! I know I (Get that, Pete). I've proved it to a hundred smokers that Camels are the mellowest and most refresh ing cigarette in the world," etc., etc. Pete, Camels won Mr. Holt like they won me on their quality ! After hearing him cut loose, I felt like saying: "You tell it, old parcel post, I can't express it I Pete, I'm hatching an idea about Camels. I'll spill it your direction next time I write! It's what York State folks call a "pip-ing!" And it s ripe I Yours till the next fire-up. Spread of Anthrax Tulsn. Oklu., Aug. 21. Dr. C. R. Walter, local veterinarian in charge of the fight against the spread of anthrax among daily herds in Tulsa county today declared that 300 head of cattle had died from the disease in the vicinity of Collinsvllle and Clnremore. Farmers adjacent to Col llnsville held a mass meeting last night and adopted preventive meas ures to halt the. disease. ITCH All Drautat an tutborUed to teftutd the money U ( Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil falli to curt the Itch do matter how evert the ctu mty be. It ii HnIIhJ Antltetrtlo of the hllheit quality, recommended by trtrjr drotgltt-JOcperWle, - rJ in ..I i. 1 1 4 If (ns. - . i: II raw; Sfesawn TnTTIi lfaX;ffiSTi!lI .. dull IB iryr".1!?-" ? J -iTSJ- ? U.t,-- , '.J..a,. i - j Vp&ff&yiL' III. ! mrrf3frr?l?rr irinEJiE; 5!Am'lilvlri1KrCtB25 mm - when "delicious and re freshing' mean the most. The Coca-Cola Company atlanta, ga. 321 EVEREADY FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES FIT ALL FLASHLIGHTS . v Give that Idle Flashlight Life DIG but your bid flashlight today.' 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