The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 291, Ed. 1 Friday, August 30, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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TER"6 0F SUBSCRIPTION
tie Daily Ardmoreite.
JGfcThe Weekly A'dnorMe.
Jr.v erroneous reflection on
.-acter -.an ding or reputat.on ot
peroon f.:m or corporation
i h r:.ar a::ear in the columns of
Le Ardmoreite will be gladly cor
L ted upon itB being brought to the j
i-.tent.QB of the management.
'lijsincss Manager Oflice lz)
;ty .; tor b o:i.'.e
Ardmere Friday August 30 19'2
HARMONY OR HOODLUMISM.
Has the (Jay of harmonious di-".i-fi-d
busine-s-like conventions pass-
ed? Has It become t-ec-rnary for te-lUl.li'.-ans
democrats and e.erybody
to ape the ram;. ant followers of the
Pull Moose and place themselves up-
on record for the noise of t!i-ir -litical
rn-etiriZB and piw- these meet-
ings places In history for the rowdy-
ism shown at them? In other words
are the conventions of today meet-
Ing of the leaders of the ureal par- i
ties or are they rehearsals of saloon!
brawls and airlnzs of laniruaze made!
up of slan? expressions and tri.rh
When the embryonic Hull Moose
Ktlll disguised as a republican soimlit
to stampede the Chicago convention
he did not do it by a logical and a sys-
tematic alignment of ' his forces
against those of the enemy but he
did it In an effort to play upon the
worst In the excitable natures of the
delegate assembled he sought toI'n' Ko " a ''tn Political parties
work upon their worse natures :md
brig them over to his Bide as a torea-
dor would stampede a herd of bulla
with a red flag. And did the follow-
ers of th pres'dent demean them-
selves as Ftatesmen and gentleman?
Did they seek to win back und bold
the scattering phalanxes In a !nr-
monioiiB way? On the conlrarv ;ill j political organization.
ideas of statesmanship were lost 'in 1 1
unlhought of while the wheels or the! -phe Itacycie Is the easiest run-
steam roller were put in motion ;iri.l I nintr bicycle made. Sold by AV. O.
its machinery oiled. j I.ane. 23-3
The democratic convention at l!al-
tlinore It must l.e acknowledged aiso .ir the farter county sinning
partook of something of the rule fir Masses at Iiren.i Park Monday
ruin clashing of one faction .'mains I ;4
another Wires were pulled and
scenes enacted which would havi
brought the blu;h of shame to the
cheeks of the stato builders and na-
: : TO THE DEMOCRATS OF OKLAHOMA : :
At the recent meeting In Chicago of the democratic national com-
mittee it was decided to appeal to the democratic press of the country
to o;icn their columns to popular subscript inns to the fund necessary to
defray the legitimate expenses of the campaign of Gov. Wood row Wilson
und his running mate Gov. Thomas K. .Murshall.
I!y the action of the convention at llaltlmoro and by the position
Hiicc taken ly its nominee the party has voluntarily cut itself off from
I ho financial support of the Money power and the Predatory Interests.
Gov. Wilson has declared his Intention to scrutinize the mipsf riptions
to the end of rejeiting those which bear the taint of Belflsh coiporate
The democratic party stands resolutely against the corrupt use of
money In the campaign. Irut a vast sum will be required to meet the
legitimate needs of the militant democracy In the pivotal statet wheih
will decide the complexion of the net national administration.
To raise that sum by a popular subscription In every state In the
union will not be a difficult task. The democratic party po s into the
licttle with all the odds In its favor. It has a compact united and enthu-
siastic organization It has nominated n candidate who litis all the quali-
fications to make one of the greatest presidents the country has had. It
bus the swnpathy for the first time since :c' of the hundreds of thous-
inuls of independent vo'ers who hold the balance rf power in the tre-
mendous struggle now opining and It faces a divided and dispirited
In that situation democrats ought to give gkidly to a fund that will
insure the party's triumph In November then by taking the govern-
ment out fif the hands of the privileged classes and again restoring its
control to the masses.
Oklahoma has a vital Interrst In the restoral of democratic suprem-
acy at Washington. There Is a great racial Industrial and comercl.i
Make for her in national victory at the polls in November.
I earnestly request every democratic newspapi r in Oklahoma to
reproduce this address and similarly to open its columns for subscrip-
tions each of which If transmitted to me. I shall be glad to acknow-
ledge. I npiieal to every democrat in Oklahoma whatever his station for
his co-operation in this movement. There will be no limit on the
amount of individual subscriptions. Whatever any democrat feels he Is
able to give be it large or imall will bo gratefully accepted duly
acknowledged In the columns of The Ardmoreite and promptly transmit-
ted to the National Committee.
National Committeeman from Oklahoma.
!irn rub-rs o' twer.ty years azo.
Is it not tirr. that a ha!t be ca' !
upon s-ifh carryings on? Is it
time "bat those w'J.-o meet in t-V-r
r.vr.'io.'.a of The land no raatw:
b'-'h'-r they be township or ward
za'b-rin-s rr.aj-s meetings we hv-1
!: . they are a" 1 I or county state
f.r nvional conventions brinz. them- !
selves to a realization of the fact that j
they are sent to these conventions a-
!! pat s to represent the will of1
a majority of their constituency to
a?" a3 mouthpieces for the people ler: !
at home to act as spokesmen
I their i-arty?
! IF 1 s -lr.nfto -f f T'i't !( r.rr!
jyOj ; lii-t friends of M:. Taft .at the repib-
J0 liran convention in Chi -asp) had bav-
15 caTied en the r ''litest between the.-'
t ao e'-nt '-men and given a fair d i ' i -sb-n
of the convert ion's vote to ca' b
o tr.em as ne wa rouna to nave
I'd to it if the delezates h i I
b en seared in that convention
In a barmonioiw and an honorable and . than WH or Mo issues stmu.tan-
an honest way. there would be no fo.r-ly. lu-h Covenior '.Nifson and
rhird party In the field today.
.k i!a;tjmor convention had
;ts purrc-spive gceties to the final fall
t the curtain without any !t i;.-r-
a'lon and mud f-lin-'inz we must ai!
ridrr.t that there would now be a m r
1 indly fecdintr in the brents of th-
d'-rro'-ra's of one se'tion for tho.s-
Tin- two t're.it. conventions of t'i
tao zreat p.'ir'ies should proo obje' t
leJsoiiS to every one interested i;
it ic.s. The freat republican coi.-
iit ion at fbicaao with it gas rule
and i's steam roller wi-h its cut arid
dried taf ti's and its washinz of dirty
linen wi"h its f'htnc and ts bra a In-'
;ind t!ie s'-urrulous attacks ff on'.'i
faction upon ano-her and the follow- I
in? split from center to cireurnfe;--
enre of the (. (). p should t.e taken
by every thinking man by every pol-
itician by every man who is interest-
ed In the weal of his own particular
Tarty at I's actual worth and should
IP by he himself before his own
'.vp 1r always to show what bicker-
ines and dissensions will do
As long as the Children of Israel
wandered forth after stranze irods
and set up Idols of gold before which
to worship they strayed back anl
forth across the sands of the desert
and throuzh the fastnesses of the wil-
derness. Not until the dissensions
were all eliminated was Moses en-
abled to lead them to thp Promised
It makes no difference 'Whether you
are a republican or a democrat as
long as rule fir ruin tactics are prac-
ticed In your conventions you are
endangering the wolfare the life it-
self of the party with which you are
alTlll.'it.'d. Harmony Is the one thins
-the watchword of success In any
Ihvir the Carter county singing
classfs at Ixirena Park Monday.
CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE.
should j- religiously carried out
a't-r the cb-ction. That is the only
rule of ;oliti(-al conduct that will
do to 1 i . e by or to die by.
no reason why a man
be dishonest and a rtouob
in politics any more than
othT relations of life.
"'.b:- the I'ia'loniis il's' '.s- an 1
refer to a iiiulMud- of things some
of great imporlanf e. all of tuore
or irii; ortan'-e "he Atnerbau
f"11'0 U I"'" '"'h a i'1' that
.t win not seri'iijiT'.v consider n.ore
President Taft in tlieir Bpeeches
have made the tariff their chief
topic of 'ho'is;ht in the minds of the
voters of the land. Colonel Roose-
velt in his speeches al.-o attaches
e.-ea: in;)ortanre to the subject and
h'is a plan of his oxn for handlln?
!. All men are asrr'-ed that it is
a question of erea importance to
every human belne living under the
' P.arrini? for the ; resent Colonel
Rjosf-v'-It's scheme of settlement the
position of the two treat parties
may be ucf lnciy fta'e in this way:
The derrifcr:it3 are in favor of a
tariff for revenue only; the republi-
cans are in favor of a tariff for
protection. T'pon this question the
" are P.M.i.n in me tarni
1 4 - . . 1 1 i t ! : ew
j plank of all the democratic plat-
forms the Idea of revenue only has
j been found not always expressed
in the same language but always
expressing the same Idea. Likewise
the republican platforms all fleclar
for a protective tariff.
"It will be observid that both
Platforms declare that the present
taritf rates are too high and ought
to be reduced but if the taxpayers
really want the tariff reduced they
had better remember what hap
pened In very recent times. In
1!)0K the republicans promised to
rviso the tariff downward. On that
promise they won. But having won
instead of reducing the tariff rates
as they had promised to do they
proceeded to increase them and
because they increased them contrary
to their promise at the election in
li'lu the people elected a democrat
if house of representatives
'lb'- democratic house proeed-
eTith as much evpedition as pos
sitile under the circumstances to
pass certain tariff bills which -would
have reduced tlie amount of money
evractnl from the people's pockets
iiy tne taritr laws Ly something ap
proximating $.0')no0000 yearly and
at the same time would have pro
vlded nin' ie revenue to run the
govirnment for it should never be
forgotten that where Uncle Sam ge s
one dollar out of the tariff system
tlie lariff barons get at least five.
Iiy doing so the democrats kept the
faith of the people.
"In this contest remembering
these tilings which one of the two
pit ties will tlie taxpayer believe
intends to carry out its promise!
made in its platforms this year to
reduce tlie tariff. Will the taxpayers
September 1st 2nd 3rd
September 3rd 5th
Tickets good for re-
turn "till Sept. Sth.
Ask Local Agent for
Hates and Service
C. O. Jackson D. P. A.
n :: :: :: a a n k s s n s s
The Ardmoreite is authorized to an-
nounce L. C. SLAUGHTER as a can-'
didate for City Commissioner from the
Fourth Ward. Announcement is male '.
subject to the votes of the qualified '
voters ai a epeciai election cauea oy
the Board of City Commissioners for
the 12th day of September 1912.
The Ardmorel'e is authorized to
announce M. IKARD as a candidate
for re-election to succeed himself as
f'ity Commi.ssloner from the Fourth
Ward at the special election called
for the 12:h day of September. An-
i.ouncement is made subject to the
choice of all the voters of the city at
believe the party which violated
its promise on this subject or will
.hey believe the party which per-
formed its promise?
The democrats declare in favor
of reducing the tariff gradually
to as not to disturb the legitimate
business of the country for it is a
thing incredii le that any fane man
should desire to injure even In the
estimation of a hair any legitimate
business cf the country. The
charge so often made by the Stand-
pa r' publicans tha: democrats for
some una' countable reason desire
t injure the legitimate industries
of the country is so pre;osterous
as to be proof conclusive that even
those who make the charge most
vociferously do not believe a -word
"Democratic prospects have not
been so bright sonce 18112. A3 a
mat'er of fact they are brighter
now that they were at this time
in the year lSi'2. The reason they
are brighter that the democrats
have almost a certainty of winning
in November is on account of the
magnificent record made by the
democrats of the house in the 61st
congress plus the magnificent record
of the democrats in the house and
senate of the 62nd congress.
"The house was elected on six
princiial promises: To pass a bill
compelling the publication of cam-
paign expenses both before and
after the election; to submit a con-
stitutional amendment for the elec-
tion of United States senators by
the people; to economize; to Ubreal-
ize the rules of the house; to ad-
mit New Mexico and Arizona as
two states; to reduce the tariff.
"The democrats have kept every-
one of these promises a9 far as
was in their power. It is true that
I' esident Taft vetoed our tariff
bills as under th econstltutlon he
has a right to do. but that does not
change the fact that we kept the
faith with the people and having
kept faith with the people Is the
reason we will carry the elections
this fall and elect a democratic
house senate and president."
Big Real Estate Company
Roy Akxander of the M. O. & G.
rnmigratioi company has arrived
n tills city to establish headquar
ters here for his company. He o
seeking a first floor for office space.
His furniture has been shipped and
all the mail of the company has
been ordered forwarded to Ardmore.
This company Is the most success-
ful real estate company in the state.
It has sold more realty to person
in other states than any other com-
panv operating In Oklahoma. It
has Induced more people to come
to Oklahoma than any other com-
pany. It has a corps of salesmen
who sell a ticket to Oklahoma with
purchases of property. The companv
Is now winding up townsite propo-
sitions along the M. O. & O. railway
In this state and It Is probable that
some big real estate undertakings
will be made here but no deals to
this end have been closed. Roy
Alexander bepan his business career
here in his father's office and he
has been reniarkablv successful. His
return to this city speaks much
for the progress and building of the
town as hi company will bring
many hundreds of Investors here
If any real estate propositions are
j Choir Practice Tonight.
All members of St. rhlll'p's choir
and those Interested In the church's
j music are requested to be present
: at the church th's evening at 8
! FRANCIS P. KETCirrot
Take dinner on the ground at I-
rena Park on Labor Day. 2S-4
See the races at Lorena Tark La-
bor Tay. 28-4
Spend Iibor Pay at Lorena Park.
Monday September 2.
NO ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THIS COLUMN AMOUNTING TO LE3I
THAN ONE DOLLAR WILL BE ACCEPTED UNLESS THE CA8H ACCOM
PANIES THE AD. ADS THAT AMOUNT TO MORE THAN ONE DOLLAR
I WILL BE CHARGED TD ANY RESPONSIBLE PERSON.
J. R. DEXTER.
Low Rates. Easy Term.
In the Georgia State Savings Assn
at 5 per cent jntcrest puya bi-
E. K. GUILLOT.
116 West Main.
LEDBETTE3 & WIMBERLY
Rel Estate Farm Loans
..Fire Insurance Surety Bonds
I SELL AND RENT TYPEWRITERS
and handle ribbons carbon paper
oil etc. G. P. Selvidge. Phone 310.
AM STANDING my fine full-blooded
young Jersey buH for $2.50 spot
cash. C. P. Hall. 7-lm
TAKEN By mistake from the
court house a book entitled
"The Following of the Star.''
Please notify Mrs. Sam H. But-
WANTED Roomers or have room
and board. Apply 118 C street
WANTED To buy whiskey and beer
bottles iron bones rubber and
metals. C. P. Hall. 7-lm
WANTED To buy a medium size
cash register must be in good or-
der. A National preferred. R. W.
WANTED To trade good 5-room
house and lot 75x300 feet for
stock. A bargain for you. Apply
900 C 6t N. E. 28-lm
WANTED All parties owning fruit
land in the fruit belt east of Ard-
more to list earne with me. I have
calls for fruit lands daily and can
sell your lands for a good price.
U. T. Rexroat. 15tt
WANTED By a competent and ex-
perienced young man (wanting to
come to Oklahoma) position as
bookkeeper or office work. Can
use typewriter. Good character
honest and no bad habits. Best of
references given. Address E. A.
Seale Puidon Texas Route
Box 93. 15 t
AGENTS New Book Telling Al!
About "Roosevelt and the Progres-
sive Party;" enormous demand;
complete book ready; one sample
free to every agent; highest com-
mission or salary. Write immedi-
ately for free outfit. International
Bible House Perry Iiuildin? Phila-
LOST AND FOUND.
I.o.S'I Iast Wednesday locket an I
chain somewhere on Main Street.
Finder return to Mrs. 1. S. McC'ha- 1
ren or Ardmoreite office. 30-3 1
LOST Model F Buick automobile
crank near second ward school. 1
Return to fire station and receive
AGENTS WANTED !
AGENTS WANTED $iiO per week. ' lv CA -r: T . u
y ' 'rORbALE i lfty acres of land in the
No invetment or experieme ne s-1 . tha rM .ii.i
sary. rite for my big tailoring i
proposition. P. W. Goodman Pres-
ident 5th Ave. & Congress St. Chi-1
AGENTS New book telling all
about "Roosevelt and the Progres-
sive Party" enormous demand;
complete book ready; one sample
free to every agent; highest com-
mission or salary. Also "Titanic
Disaster" "White Slave Trade."
and 500 others. Write immediate-
ly for free outfit. International
Bible House Perry building Phil
Extreme Waste of Heat.
In the factories of this country the
great problem Is to stop the waste of
heat. All the heat furnished by the
burning coal should be converted In-
to force for mechanical work. At
present not one-tenth of it is so con-
verted. Th Mean Man.
"Do you mean to say that you flirt-
ed with your wife all the evening at
the masked ball and didn't know her?"
"That's right. Rut she was so deuced
agreeable how was I to know It?"
Slop and read the Waut Ads.
Ardmore Friday August 30 19T2
FOR IU2NT After Sept. 1st. brick
fatore building 24100 ft. second
door wect of Guaranty State Bank.
Moraa Scott. 25tt
FOR RENT Two rooms in one of
most desirable homes in city. Call
at &15 Stanley Boulevard or ihone-
SoS white. 27-6t
KOR RENT Large southeast light
housekeeping room modern and
close in. "14 First Avenue South-
west. Phone CS0. 30tf
FOR RENT Three or four nice
rooms for housekeeping for partic-
ular people; also one large south-
east separate iioom. Mrs. Sam
Noble. Phone Blue 188. 27-Jt
FOR RENT Sei (ember first the
6tore building now occupied by the-
People's Stort Store room Is
fifty by one hundred feet and
warehouse Is tventy by eighty feet.
Apply to A. V. Doak of Phon
red 133. lg.tf
FOR SALE Pure grape vinegar za.
per gallon 5 gallons delivered lor
$1. Phone Joe Bastine Red 426.
FOR SALE 70 acres oS land
miles south of city limits. S. No-
land Phone 402. 27-lm.
FOR SALE Fiue young Jersey cow
with heifer calf. Can be seen at
121 IS street S. W. Phone Blue-
FOR SAliE Cash or monthly terms
good 4-room housd and lot in best
part ot city; lot 100x180; good barn
fine orchard pantry two porches
all complete and very cheap. S.
Noland. Phone 402. 28-lm
FOR RENT OR SALE Remington
Fox Oliver and other make of type-
writers reasonable. J. Goldsmith
Loan Office. 5.im
FOR SALK Three-chair barber shop
at very low price; location good;
reason for selling owner is not a
barber. Price $200. W. Newman
Ardmore Okla. ZQ-Z
FOR SALE A nice small stock ot
groceries and fixtures; also my
home place coiner B street and
2nd avenue northwest at a bar-
gain. See A. C. Crosby at Star
Wagon yard. 30-
ELBERTA PEACH ORCHARD Ten
acres 5 years old healthy bearing
trees a sure money maker to ex-
change for city residence property.
Phone 96. O. M. Redfield. 21-liri
FOR SALE Business piuperty on-
Main street paying all taxes and ex-
penses and netting the owner 12 per
cent on the price asked. See L. W.
Cruce Phone 255. 21-lm
FOR SALE Single buggy and har-
ness; gas range; Acorn gas heater;
open front gas heater; gas fixtures;
double-barrel shotgun. 1104 Third
Ave. S. W. near Stanley Blvd.
Want the money to develop adjoin
ing property. L. W. Cruce Ard-
more Okla. 21-lia
FOR SALE Two blocks rental prop -erty
with seven small rent houses
in good condition south Ardmore
adjoins Santa Fe railroad near oil
mill; very desirable for trackage
warehouse or factory sites. Also
two fine vacant residence lots In
McLish addition 115x140 with con-
crete walks close in. Mrs. J. B.
When the young physician-" motor-
car reached the scene of the accident
there was nothing to do; all the vic-
tims had been so slightly hurt that
they were able to walk home. The
young doctor was keenly disappoint-
ed but his chauffeur spoke up cheer-
ingly: "Never mind doctor. I'll rua
down some business on the way
Fop the Small Porch.
A useful form of the chaise lounge
)r porch reclining chair of wicker is
In two sections divided almost in tho
middle so two chairs may be made
when no one wishes to lounge or
when the porch is filled with guest.
Stop and read the Want Ads.
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