The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 45, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 16, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Afdmore Tuesday July It 1907.
c v i . it would appreciate mm an nonnr
iTjjc Jlfltlij (ArDHiorcuc. BI1J ouii fUnui. a u t
from which could casil be selected
TFiimoiuie muhm amw. 'Z'ZZ
. Nortbern wing fine party n"'1 '
SIDNEY 6UG08 President. he mmf me mfcer rjullfl-
tivnwp Vlre-I'fealilesl r.nn. which WOO 1.1 be OMIft Com-
II. T. NISIIBTr HrlrjTrrr
Ulmctnrt llilliaT !(. 1 '.
. wsitilsittoii. C. L. rn.
'. w. tilok. II A Kaiclaoil
Knlarad l the rnatoasea Ardmore a
Hwraurr-Tra'-anrr mn(Morj. aIW whleh might poaslbly
T Ulniao. not be found In a candidate from
the section from which all our candi
date have b'n taken since the nay
of James K. Folk. Taylor was
Southern man but tu nominated by
(be whig In HIS and died In the
I early pnrt of ale term. In KM the
party nominated Franklin Fierce of
Tsrmi of Soburlptlon . New Hatnpsniro in isao.
Tim I'aily AHUMoiiKiTE I of I'eniisylTanlft: In '. Douitlaa oi
onawaak ..- - - m ' iHtl: In -. McClellan of New Jer-
UD Monib . -
I'K WKKKLV AKIl'iOHBITK
Far Ti I T Ma"
ail Mod.' -
Ulilnaat Manairsr a Cffics
CII7 Krtllor a OlMie .
y: In 'f. Seymour of New York:
li 'in '7J OrVeley of New York: In '7.
m Tllden of .Ww York: In 'SO. Hancock
of I'enrvlvanla. In Cleveland
.f New Tork. In 'AS. Cleveland: In
92. Cleveland: In '. Bryan of Ne-
lumative ami riferendum can Le ap
l.lkil to national affairs al'ln m
such a tiollcy may be of great ser
vice lo the (people In state matters.
lMpulnr opinion on the question of
expediency In the Southern States at
Enttrad tht Mlniitry.
Mother Hen nft. r her brood of nin
hn I .iit.ilix'il a fin i ti ltt on life called
thorn together to uuvl them on the
duty they owed to one another but
particularly on the duty the eight girls
owed In the one ly of her family. The
THE SECRETARY IN HIS NEW ROLE.
least Im shown by tie bringing for Cr Kvti- to be mindful of Willie'
ward of one or more candidates for rls'ht.. to call him when a choice inor
thai nomination from every Southern sel wns unearthed to prevent hlrn
state and the dlscuserun of who Is from quarreling nnt to bring blm back
v.. o..iiiki. "I"'" I'" wandered from the barnyard
most available. ( Ih fl Mer nuarr
out sloe w tne new issue. proposeu )rothtr .i.. U. 1tcrs had
by Mr. Ilryan there la no difference mlr .ut.r tlie farmhouse
amongst democrats about the prlncl- vlt but tbonebt liothlnir of It
pies and policies the platform should until they raw poor Willie meet hi.
it.ln Inr All nr nBrenl that the death by an ax.
tariff that protects the tniU mut foti.ternatlou ensue.1. and
. . . . i held to devVv n way tn meet the
be reforme.1: the trusts curbed and rwllf llle nuW!) to
ine nuironos coinpeiieu io ltibtko iwi i
sooable tatais; that the states are citick. cluck cbu kety. clock cluck."
sovereign within their domain In re- mid Mntlier Hen. breaking lu on the
anrd L all affairs of the common- council of the lter
i.i. .i. v-. i .i.n..til "Cliicketv. rlik'kety. cluck." nn.wer
C. H l.l.t M
( it Rdllor
Ardmore. Tuesday July 16 lor?.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
United States Senators Robert L.
Owen Tho. P. Gore.
Justices Supreme Court Jesse J.
Dunn S. W. Hayes R. L. WlHIams
Matthew J. Kane J- D. Turner.
Governor C. U. Haskell.
Lieutenant Governor Geo. W. Bell-
amy. Attorney General Chas. West.
Secretary of State William M. Cross.
Treasurer James Menefee.
Auditor M. E. Trapp.
r.ierk nf Suoreme Court W. H
State Examiner Chas. Taylor.
Superintendent Public Instruction E.
Mine Inspector Peter Hanraty.
Commissioner of Charities Miss
Commissioner of Labor Charles
Insurance Commissioner T. J. Mc.
Corporation Commissioners J. J. Mc-
Alester A. P. Watson J. E. Love.
Mr. Uoosevelt brands his neira ap
- hrMka; lo 1900. Hrysui. and In 1901.
Parker of Nw York. So It can he
1 sen thai It was many year before
the civil war that the pirty named
' Its last Southern man as a prexlden-
tlj' ra idldate.
I 1h Kanss lty Post says thtt
more than forty-twi years have elapa-
erf since pico was reatored by the
1 surrender at Appomattox and oven
the on re embittered North has now
been won over to the belief In the
honeaty. patriotism and sincerity of
the South. The North would with Its
knowledne of the klKh character an I
statesmanlike (iialltles of the South-
ron rendlly admit that In enie a
man from that section was elected
president there would be n scand.il
and no breath of dishonor would at-
tach to any department presided over
by any man bred and liorn south of
Mason anil Dixon's line. Thai ha
been their hlutnny anil with them
honor Is more than life. !"ss thar.
ten years ago an Indiana contractor
(iled lo bribe the then Rovirnor 'it
Mississippi to permit him to see the
competitive bids iin the proosed
new cnplml hultdlnK of that state
and the offender found himself de
nounced and Jailed In ten minuted af-
ter he had made the pro)ltlon.
lie afterward forfeited u JC.nOO ball
bond nnd remarked that he "had cone
too far South to do business" and
baa Riven that ntnto a wide berth
It has been sixty-three yenrs since
a Southern man has been nominated
principle of Home Utile and tne
ed the MMcm In one voice which tram-
lat.l mn. "Where Is rour brother?'
aSl . ..TI... ...InUtur l-l.
and brother pot It In
KedeiUI government Is supreme
rnr as me consmuiion gives u u- ((h1 (no )
thorlty: opposition to subsidies and (ile i..
i mononoliea and in these and all Mother Hen was downcast but she
other mailers a vigorous but just en- quickly recovere 1 her eomouro and
fnreonu.nl of the taw. '"'d
.. i... -riuckety.
vnne mere is. ann we.. . cllckpty. which b.: "I nm Kerry
a difference Ml optnnti atniui wno Willie. I rejoice however.
would best administer the law of the (mt ias putpriil the minltry. for
land yet It must be the desire of be uotlld have made a lior laymnti.
every patriot to see the best and New York Tribune.
parert very much as be use) to brand
All the anthracite coal will bo ex-
haunted In "& years the- expert tell
u Well we will use electricity If the i . n.mIKr..i(. ..(. fr h reH.
I Idency. The great" grandchildren ot
l men who lived In the days of I'olk
nnd Dallas wonder why no Southern
most available candidate nominated
for whom at lenst nil democrats
can vote without sacrifice of princi
ples nnd with an abiding hope and
earnest wish that he may be elect
No&h Under 3uplcion.
The last copy of the Ararat Journal.
publlHhcd three dayi before the Hoed.
ban recently lcn excavated from the
toi drawer of an orientul uiaKuate'a
It ays iilltorlnlly:
"The radical utterances of old man
NohIi are to lie xtiongly depre'atiHl liy
II I'onservatlve itl.en. Keclitlly
do we deplore his tiuwarrunted attacks
on the sin truil nnd lt worthy Iward
Aside from the fact that these pisi-
tleinvn stnnil very IiIkIi In the commu
nity such wild denunciation and pi-
(IIcIIiiih of our peopb- listened to Inst
I'venliii; ure likely to produce nn unset-
led rniidltloiiH of n ff airs nnd dnmaue
It Is Kenernlly believed Hint hli inn
tlvci are not nlmve Nuxpleloti. In fact.
thne who are well Informed libit that
the old man bai hii.iu watered and tin-
illceHted stock of his own which be
experts lo Hunt mm boou as the bin truut
w swamped.' rink.
...il trust and the electrical trust
Uon't by that tlmo put tho prlco out
i.i mo reach of the consumers of the
With the tinkling rim; nnd the
wlnklnK hwIiir of a plank In a plat-
form the announcement cornea that
the administration "has caught John
I). and Isn't going to do ft thing to
him " Ixxikout for an advance In the
prlco of oil. and another big deposit
of public money In tho Rockefeller
banks without Interest.
Government land officers believe
they have enough evidence to Indict
i: H llarrlman for alleged fraudulent
man has been so honored in nil these
years and wonder still why the par-
ty always goes North for Us candl
dales and why It permits: delegate!!
from hopelessly Itepubllcan states
states from which It could not hope
lo receive an electoral vote .to dic-
tate Its iillcles nnd name Its candl
dates. l'etinslvnnla forced Parker
upon the convention In lt0 1 and then
the Democrats of that great stale re
fused In support him at the polls the
plurality against lilm being GOS.Giri
It Is yet t arly to forecast re
sults or even tentatively agree upon
candidates. Many are tinder sent
land transactions in Oregou In which
i uiifBi s-fiuiiinnli. arc Involved.
Hut bow about the railroad stock wa- j tiny and the measure of availability
...i.. ..! o.nt.lMll..n. that the ad Is being taken or earn nm no crjs
ministration waa so Intent upon? Ar
the land frauds being used to make
ns overlook the more important rail-
Some Tohi are really 'benefited
b a protective tariff and man o-
l I- who are nu benefited imagine
tl.i i are. Mr t'arnegle. Mr. Irlrk
talllsatinu of sentiment nor working
organization Is attempted in behalf ol
nny man In the parly ranks. Surelv
sixty-three years is long enough ti
keep the South trtnn even gelling a
Democratic prcshlenttal nominee nnd
there now seems to be no reason for
longer ignoring the section from
whence has come some cf the most
Mi rtchwah. Mr. Corey. Mr. Thaw and brilliant honest nnd isttenllal states
Mi HariJJ were all made nillllonaltes men nnd diplomats the world has ev
-Kansas City Post.
b the tariff. In a few year they
made. In all more than a billion dol-
lars out of It But friend now much
luiw you made out of It? Have you
undo enough to quit work on? Hav
' .m made enough out of this bless!
i. ii iff lo pay for a home and set your
children up In business?
(loV. Yardanian declared In a Joint
ilebale on July 1 with lion. John
sharp Williams that Mr. Hryaii sal I
In a Wall Htreet Journal In reply to
Si ii.itor Money and others that ho did
i ot want to make i-overnment owner-
hltlp of railroads an Issue. The gov-
ernor however was unable lo pro-
duce a copy of such statement or
name the paper In which It appear-
ed or the date of Its publication. Gov
Y.trdaimtn will fin. I that In dubatintf
with Mr William' he will lime tu
confined himself in facts or be called
tn account. Government ownership U
unpopular In the Southern States and
Gov. Vardaiimu himself repudiated II
ns an Issue.
WHY NOT A SOUTHERN MAN 7
The suggestion coming originally
fiom Northern Democrat thsl the
party should nominate a Southern
limn for the presidency tn 190S Is be
ing most seriously dls'cusnsl Isith
North nnd South. While the section
A SIGNIFICANT ADMISSION.
The Slow Pottering Gordon Setter
Years ago the Gordon setter was
quite n favirlte nml mueii in use ny i
siMirtsmell of tills country 'n micr
vears. however this reany kkm "
was displaced In greater part l.y tue
pointer nnd KnglNIi setter ihe Gor-
don snys i:l I". llnberleln In Dogdom
Is the largea-t and heaviest of all iiiru
dog more clum-y and usually Blow-
Where most hunting Is done in wood-
land and thickets and a slow working
dog Is needed ci as not ti get "lost '
almost cotitlnnaby he fills the bill well
works close to gun. has good ie.-e. Is
steady mi iolnt nnd If properly trilte-d
a very gisl letrlever from land nnd
water. The Gordon Is easily trained
and retains hi training well. Is al-
of g.MI iili-asunt disposition and an ad
mirable companion. At this age how-
ever when so very much stress U laid
on speed nnd wide range the Gordon
Is not "In It las-nuse lio is n slow.
pottering dog an a rule.
ILAMJeiO- ' I V "j?
Ruitell in Wsahlngton Pott.
"WE SELL THE EARTH"
Smith Riggins & West
Here Are Some Bargains
Many storl-s tire told of the eccentric
doings and Miyings of at. old clergyman
who Ihisl In Maine Mime yean ago.
At one time there had been a fight
among some men one of whom was
seriously hurt. A trial took place and
the old minister who had seen tho af.
fray wns summoned ns n witness
What was Salson doing?" was the
Oh he wus Nliwilng around.
Well sir Jimt what do you mean by
Why be wns knocking nbout him
here and there."
Now sir kindly tell us plainly what
Snlsui. did to this mnn."
Boots With a Drawback.
An army ollleer lu charge of a na
tive district lu South Africa presented
the Kntllr liy who acted as bis particu-
lar servant with a pair of strong heav
lly nailed ammunition boots" kays
The bov wns dellglite.1 with the gift
and at once silt down nnd put the boots
on. They weie the first pair he ever
had. and for several days afterward be
itrutled proudly aliout the camp In
them. Hut a few days later he appear-
ed ns usual In bare feet with the liooLs
tied round bis neck.
HHloV said his mnster. "Why don't
you wear your boots? Aro they too
small for you"
"Oil no. will" replied the ICafflr.
they plenty big. Ib-rry nlco boots nih
tint no good inr wriKiiig or ruiiiiniK. i
Make urn fellah too mueii slow sail.
Keep lioots now for wear In led."
Origin of s Well Preterved Joke.
Naslca. having called nt the house of I
the H't Knnltis. and the maidservant
The W. P. Duff home place 7 room house modern conven-
iences corner 6th Ave and C St. Northwest. 2 lots 114x352 C
to D Street. Easy terms price only $6000.
A fine business house on Main Street pays 15 per cent
A 13 room house large lot close in. A very desirable piece
of property and cheap at $6000. All modern conveniences.
A fine lot 50 ft. front on I'roadway near old frame Bapt st
church wont last long at $3500.
Plenty other bargains.
Better buy today. See the "Dirt and Sand Dealers" of Ardmore
Smith Riggins & West CO.
"Why. he-be enticed him" said the having told him. on his Inquiring nt the
old minister slow ly. door that Ilnnlus was not :d home saw
Enticed him: HowV
"Ile entlcisl him with n crowbar. lie
used the crowbar to pcrstindo the man
to entice lilm- nml by u series of
pokfn nnd blows he succeeded In doing
It" said the minister mildly. Youth's
ll Is lmKsalble for even the warm
est personal Irlends ot Mr. llrnn lo
overlook Wo question of whether he
can be elected president If nominated
for le third time. . Alexander Trou
editor nf the New lluxcn futon one
Of Mr. Hrjau's closest frieuds wh
Is also the head Of his preen bureau
Is Impressed with the fact that to ri
nominate Mr. Itryun would be a b
lorn l.oim for the part yet M
Troup considers Mr. llryin the mos
favorable candidate. Mr. Troup tell-
IiHinocrnts that: "Kveu If Mr. Hr.m
were nominated he could not be elect
ed at the present time. Clrrumstiinci
may change however before tin
election next year. 1 consider Mr
llrvan the most available man the
democrats i-uuld name."
The question for the delegates to
the national conveutftm to settle Is
oun of availability. It would be fol
ly to nominate Mr. Ilryan with liU
manager declaring In advance ihui
be cannot he elected unless "clrcum
stances" change Yet Mr. Tiiup
thinks It Is rank heresy for anyone tn
suggest that some other demociutte
Idler might (Kill litre ttties. be
rviM lie has mil e6Kuscd govern
lai-'y tindr-r the civil wnr ban H mem ownership of railroads whicr
ntH ur In-l-teii r'T aggresMvc In tlu ( polcy u majority f democra's do
matter It can well be Imagined that j not bullcve In or dues not think the
Mother Had tho Fsi'lnn Too.
The visitor hud dropped lu "Just for
n minute" but she remained about
thrisi hours after the minute was up
Utile rrcddle hint formed several
plans the ekiH'Ullon of which must !a
iHuttiHimsl till the departure of liW
mother's guest. So he wit quietly
"Dear little man:" gushed the visitor.
"And what Im he thinking about so
"I was wondering If It wasn't time
fur you to be going" Mild Trisldle.
"Hindi!" said his mother. Then turn-
ing tn her guest: "You mustn't be of.
fended. Mrs. Smith. Children will go
bturllug out the truth without think
ing. Hut they don't menu nnj thing by
Strangely enough It w-is Just then
that Mrs. Suillh recollected tJiat she
hint only three minutes In which to
catch the Inst car home London Tele-
hat Nile had said so by her master's or
der and that he wns really within iitir'
wh"ii few days afterward Kntun
called at Naslea's house and Inquire
for him at the gate Naslca cr d out
that he wn not at home. "What"'
says Hindus. "Do I rmt know jour
voleey "ou nre an Impudent fel
low." rcjnlinsl Nnsleu. "When I In
ipsl .si for you. I lielloveil your servant
when she told me that ou uitc not m
home ami will n t you believe me
when I tell you that I nm not .at
hnuieV" Cli-ero's "Do Oratore."
The geology class was sent out to
collect ecmens nnd their teacher
was to explain upon their return what
the different specimens wero. One of
the Isiys for n Joke brought In a piece
of brick. When the teacher came to
'xnmltie what they had to offer be took
up one specimen after another. "This"
said he. "Is quart!! this feldspar this
sandstone nnd this" taking up the
piece of brick nnd looking gravely at
th loy who brought It "this Is n
piece of Impudence."
-. .j i .
H9DCON HCSTtLlf't r f 03 amCA AHOOPAMTC JHIHMIHal -I (fl flOON&r IWMS
How dear everv thing Is when ou
want to buy and how cheap when you
Now that the hot weal her Is
on for certain jou cannot
nlTord to be without n good
It keeps the food anil vege-
tables sweet nml pure. Pro-
tects your health and saves
Look over a complete list of
Sanitary Knainel Lined Jct
Furniture Carpet and Stove Store
Superatltlon and tho Wedding Ring.
When a wedding ring has worn so
thin as to break the superstitious Ik
lleve that either the husbnnd or the
wife will soon die. This may bo re-
garded as an obvious superstition and
perhaps accounts for the fact that wed-
ding rings ure now made so much
thicker and heavier than formerly.
SULPHUR I. T.
150 Guest Rooms Elevator Iilectric Lights Steam Heat 40 Private Oaths
Dance livery Saturday Night.
They pass a plate of cakes to Freddy
nt dessert. He puts out his hand hesi-
tates then draws It luck and liogln
"What are you crying fori" asks his
"Keeiiuse you nre going to scold me
when I choose the biggest one."
Ilnmpus (live me a pair of lady's
shoes please. Shopman What slje?
Humpus Oh no matter. They're for
my wife nnd sin' won't be pleased tiny-wny.-Ally
While waiting for jour prayer to lie
answered try to get what you watit j
yourself -St. Louis Ulobu-Dcmocrat. 1
ModiTit Mt.'(lk'iin.'. ArtfMiin .MeUicul Duth Moum and Liibutory of i'liysic-tlierapiiy. Htitli plain
vapor salt musinge oWctric niassapu Open daily from II a. in. to 9 p tn.
Firnt Floor Artesian HoU-1 Anno::.
Ligh Luncheon for Hot Days.
Rummer time Is the season wren
light refreshments tjf some kind nre
neeiUd almost every day for Utile
trips and outlnqs ami to entertain ciis-
i.al gin sts and for luncheon o inlays
loo warm for heavy foods.
There are many summer-tlmo bis-
cuit and wafers baked by the Nn-
tfnnnl Illscult Company and pacKcd
In packages that keep out all da in li-
nens and dust of travel and abso-
lutely preserve the original oven
freshness of tho contents. Among the
most populnr of those dainties are
Social Tea Iluscult. They nro so ap-
pifIrlato lir many i'llerent 'ca-
slons that a few packages In the
house prepares you to serve light re-
freshment without a moment's no-
tice. Social Tea Illscult aro a real fnod
but so light and unusual that they
tempi the appetite nnd make a wel-
come accompaniment tx luncheon
dessert or dinner n Hociuy cup of tea
or cooling beverage.
Always servo Soclnl Ten Illscult
from tho original package because
then yon are sure that no dust vir
dampness has reached them and that
you will enjoy all their original fresh-
nesK of flavor.
G. B.Durhans Testifies After Four
CI n. Hurhans of Carlisle Center
N. Y writes: "About four years ago
I wrote you stating that I had been
entirely cured of a sovero kidney trou-
ble by Inking less thnn two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Cure It entirely
stopped tho brick dust sediment nnd
pain and symptoms of kidney disease
disappeared. I nm glad to say that I
fcavo never had n return of nny ot
those symptoms during tho four years
that have elapsed nnd I am ovldenlly
cured to gtny cured nnd heartily rec-
ommend Foley's Kidney Curo tn nny
ono suffering from kidney or bladder
trouble." Hoffman Drug Co. nnd City
We havo no reason to bellevo that For each bachelor who Blghs be-
tho Lord loves a cheerful giver who 'cause ho Is alono fully a dozen mar-
advertises his charity broadcast. I rled men sigh becnuso they aro not.
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