The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 311, Ed. 1, Monday, June 7, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Monday June 7 1909
THE DAILY AHOMOREITE.
UY MARY OWYN WIIITEMAN
Hrondway Methodist Homo Mission
Society In circles.
Christian Aid Society at church.
Presbyterian Aid Society .
South Ardmoro Baptist Aid Society
The Woodmen Circle oliserved today
as Memorial Day with exorcises at
In honor of Miss lsaboll Dean and
hur hoiiHo party a danco will bo given
this evening at Itcd Men's Hall
For Vets at Memphis.
There will he all kinds of amuse-
ments for the veterans. The auto-
mobile races at the Trl-State Fair
Grounds will start Tuesday June 8
and continue daily until the 11th.
Some of tho most noted drivers In the
country will be In Memphis for tho
meet and It promises to be tho loading
feature of the reunion.
It Is stated that owing to the danger
of handling fireworks on gasoline
craft the Idea of giving a sham naval
battle on the river one evening during
the reunion had been abandoned in-
stead of this. Commodore Cordcs will
have something line In tho way of a
regetta. Several races will be run by
the swiftest motor boats on the river.
The course will be laid out so tho
people can witness them from the
Tho committee on Invitations has
mailed out nearly a thousand to prom-
inent people of the country. Several
have accepted and promised to be
present. A number of governors will
bo here. A few of tlies fought through
th Civil war and tiiov who did not
sire sons of veterans.
The battle between the Merrlmac
ami Monitor tho bombardment of
Charleston the beautiful Niagara
Kails will make up tho big free shows. '
It has been arranged to have this take '
placo at the Trl-State Fair Grounds i
Wednesday night June !. The general I
manager of tho Tri-Stato Fair wilt It.
lumlnate the club house that ulght and (
decorate the big grandstand as well as
a number of other buildings. While
It will take place on land. It will be as
realistic as If It were on water. The 1
entire infield of tho grounds will be
utilized for this purpose. Already car-
penters nre nt work placing tho frame
work In position from which will bus-1
lend tho scenery. An exact lmrnitn-
Hon of tho first Iron-clads that battled!
will be finished this week and placed
in iK)sltlon by Saturday night.
TQiere will bo hundreds of other
features connected with tho display of
Ilreworks. Thoso most important to
the veteranB will bo tho faces of all
the leading Confederate Generals in
fire. From beginning to end tho pro-!
gram will be ono of the finest ever
Keen In Memphis winding up with ono
verse of I)lxle" burning five minutes.
The management of tho fireworks I
company wish it understood that when!
this song Is touched off it will be a1
signal for every person to Join In the I
grand chorus and sing Dixie.
Veterans' 8ponsors Leave.
Miss Floy Mullen Sponsor of tho
Confederate Veterans left today for1
.Memphis Tenn. Tho Sponsors of tho
various states have in anticipation
many delightful hospitalities. .
Tomorrow the Sponsors nnd Maids
for the lT. C. V will meet at tho UIJou
theatre and thoso for the Sons at Good
Nearly all women suffer at times from female
ailments. Some women suffer more acutely and
more constantly than others. But whether you have
little pain or whether you suffer intensely you
should take "Wine of Cardui and got relief.
Cardui is a safe natural medicine for women
prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in-
gredients. It acts oasily on the female organs and
gives strength and tone to tho whole sj'stcm.
The Woman's Tonie
Mrs. Yerna Wallace of Sanger Tex. tried Cardui. Sho writes :
"Cardui has dono more for mo than I can describe. Last spring I
m taken with femalo inflammation and consulted a doctor but to
no avaU bo I took Cardui and insido of thrco days I was able to do
my housowork. Sinco then my trouble has never returned." Try it.
AT ALL DRUG STORES
f . 1 r l
i i i
win Institute. In the nftornoon they
will witness the lloral parade from
seats In tho grand stand.
In tho evening there will be an In-
formal danco In their honor at tho Trl-
State club house.
Wednesday from r. to 7 in tho after-
noon a reception will bo given in hon-
or of Mrs. Lucy White Hnyse grand
daughter of JelTcrson Davis.
In the evening a boat ride on the
steamer Pattoua will be In their hon
or. In the afteroon on Thursday a
reception will be given by the sponsor
in chief. Tho big ball will be given
Tl iday evening which will be tho
ii . b 'taut hall ever given In the
South. 10a eh morning automobile rides
will be given to the places of Interest
in Memphis. The Sarah Lew Chapter
will give a iceeptlon at the Country
(.'til for the Sonsors and Veterans
Ladles Publish Paper.
The ladles of Durant Chapter
of the Confederacy will make their
Initial debut as editors and reporters
Saturday when they will assume
charge for one dny of the Durant Daily
The amount of advertising matter
already solicited by the ladles will
cause tho Issue to lie twlco tho usual
slzo of tho paper and Insures its finan-
cial success as far as they are con-
corned. Much of the editorial space of the
Issue will lie devoted to civic league
work in which the society Is greatly
Kdltor Iwls Paulln nnd staff will
enjoy the day fishing tho ladles hav-
ing entire charge of tho office.
"Big Musical Event."
The two venlngs' musical recital
of the Messrs Ixiwenstolu assisted
by their mniiy pupils promises to
be ono of the events In musical cir-
cles. The program Is as follows:
Piano and Violin Recital.
Pupils of Kinnnuel mid Sol Ixwon-
stein Itroadway Methodist church
.lune 7th and Sth. 1000.
1. Violins In Unison (Traninerel)
Misses Gertie Cardwoll Victoria
Bverton Doris Westlieliuer. Sue
Dyer Malile Snyder. Luclle
Hell. Mable King; Messrs. Goo.
Itulard Luther ltandol and Jack
2. Faust Fantasle Favoryer
Miss Mablr Warren
3. Violin Solo-
Selection from llossluis "Tell"
Miss Doris Westhelmer
4. March of the Sagos. . ..Mathews
Miss Until Cunningham
5. Will 'o Wisp Gurlltt
Miss Margaret Murphy
fi. (a) Study Czorny
(b) Duett Dentin
MIhs Carrol D.iube
7 Violin Solo
Tanhauser March. .. .11. Wagner
Mr. Luther ltandol
S. Mazura Holnn
Miss Iluth Ulake
!. Gavotte Spaulding
Miss Dent rice Fraley
10. Waltz Gurlltt
Misses Victoria and Hazel
11. Ilurcurolle Koelllng
Miss Marguerite Salisbury
12. Value Lento stonltl
Miss Lucy Fraley
13. Violin Solo-
Mazurka do Concert Mluslii
Mr. Jack London
II. Melody III "F" Kllbonsttlll
Miss Amelia Hunter
15. Boat Song Mooting
Miss Nell Dyer
Ifi. Violin Trio-
March V Keteuus
Miss Doris WoHthelinor. Messrs.
George Ilularil Luther ltandol
17 Woodland Love Song
Miss Abba Haniia
IS. Serennde Plerne
By Lydia E. Pinkham's
Gardiner Maine " I have been n
preat sufferer from organic troubles
anil a severe leinale
doctor saidl would
have to go to the
hospital for an
operation but 1
could not bear to
think of it. 1 de-
cided to try Lydia
IS. l'inkhain's Vcg-
and Sanative Wash
and wns entirely
cured after three
months' use of tliein." Mrs. S. A.
Wn.r.uMS. . I'. 1). Xo. 14 Box ai
No woman should submit to a surgi-
cal operation which may mean death
until she has given Lydia K. i'lukham's
Vegetable Compound made exclusive-
ly from roots and herbs a fair trial.
I Tills famous medicine for women
' has for thirty years proved to bo the
! most valuable tonic and renewer of
tho female organism. Women resid-
ing in almost every city and town in
the United States bear willing testi-
tnony to the wonderful virtue ot Lydia
K. Plnkhain's Vegetable Compound.
It cures female ills and creates radi
ant buoyant remain health. If you
nro ill for your own sake as well as
' thoso you love give it a trial.
Mrs. I'liikliuni nt Lynn Mass.
invites (ill sick women to write
tier fur ad vice. 1 1 cr udvico is free
ami always helpful.
Miss Mable Snyder
la) The Flatterer. . .Chamliiiide
lb) Klfln Dance lenseii
Miss Joy Moore
Quartet for Violin and Piano-
March Nuptials Guido Panlnl i
Mlssts Luclle Hell Mable Sny-
dor; Messrs. .lack London Lu-
ther ltandol. i
Miss Kthllue Hill
No. 11 from Suite 111
Miss Luclle Hell
Light Cavalry Von Suppe
Violins in Unison I
Cavallerlu Hustlcaua (Intermez-
zo) p. Macagnl
Misses Gertie Curwell Victoria
Kverton Doris Westheinier Sue
Dyer. .Mable Snyder Luclle Hell
Mablt! King; Messrs. George
Ilularil Luther ltandol. Jack
Chant d'Adleu (Farewell Song)
Homme ljgye Op. 07
Miss Sue Dyer
The Fair Gurlltt
Miss Lydia Campbell
Miss Fay Williams
Obortass Mazurka. H. Wenlowskl
Miss Malde Snyder
(a) Ktude McDowell
(b) Iluttorfly Grieg
Miss Joanette Moore
Mr. Hoyce ICrueger
Miss Mable King
Duet Arthur Footo
Miss Aline Sklpworth
Swing Song Iteuard
Miss Madeline Colbert
Old Folks at Home (Air Varlo) . .
Mr. George Hulard
Miss Dorothy Dickson
Miss May Roberts
Spring Song Mendelssohn
MIhs Doris Westhelmer
Simple Confession Thorno
Miss Martina Sprekelmeyer
Quartet for Violin and Piano
Itoniance Op -IS. .Illllniesberger
Misses Luclle Hell Mablo Sny-
der; Messrs. Jack lindon Lu-
Itobert D'rablo Meyerbur
Mr Luther Ilandnl
"If I Were u lllrd" Hmiselt
Miss Marguerite Noble
Concerto (1st Movement)
Mr. Jack Ixmdon
(a) - Gavotte D'Albert
(b) -Shadow Dance. . .McDowell
Miss Hay Cuiupbtll
Sixth Concerto Do Ileriot
Miss Luclle Hull
"Poet and Peasant. . Von Suppe
Men Past Fifty In Danger.
1 1 .Men pnsi middle lire nave round
mmiuri .inn renei in roiuy s luuiicy
Remedy especially for enlarged pros-
trate gland which Is very common
among elderly men. I K. Morris
Dexter Ky writes: "Up to a year
ago my father suffered from kid-
ney and bladder troublo and soveral
physicians pronounced It enlarge-
ment of the prostrate gland nnd ad-
vised an operation. On nccount of
his ngo wo woro afraid ho could
not stand It nnd I recommended
Foley's Kidney Remedy and tho first
bottlo relieved hlm. and after taking
tho second bottlo lie was no longor
troubled with this complaint." Sold
by all druggists.
Havo you found somo thing? A
want ad will find the owner for yot
PAYS FOR NATURAL GAS
USERS THERE ENABLED TO MAKE
CONTRACT FUR FIVE YEARS.
In order that Ardmore fuel users
and others may know what Is lielng i
charged In other cities In the state I
the Ardmorelto will give from time to
time schedule of prices of other nat-1
tiral gas companies.
The following price schedule Is from
MartlosN I lie one of the progressive
rities In the northeast part of Oklaho-
Natur.il Gnn at Bartlcsvllle Okln.
Special Rates on Gas.
We offer gas nt the following low
prices delivered at plants In Hartlos-
vllle Oklanoma for a five year per-.
I'hintK using 5000.000 feet or more
per day 2 1-2 centB.
Plants using n.OOO.Ono to 5000.000.
feet per day 2 It-4 cents.
Plnnts using 1000000 to 3.000.000
feet per day 3 cents.
Plants using r.00000 to 1.000.000 foot
per day. I!- 1-1 cents.
Plants using 300000 to r.no.OOO feet 1
per day 3 1-2 cents.
Plants using 200000 to 300000 foot I
per day. 4 cents.
Plants using lf.0.000 to 200.000 feet
per day. 4 1-1 cents.
Plants using 100000 to U.0.000 feet
per day. I M cents.
Plants using 50000 to 100.000 feet
per day 5 cents.
Plants using 25000 to 50.000 feet
per day (I cents.
The above rates guaranteed for five
years after which time one-half cent
per thousand cubic feet will be added
during life of field.
TIIK HKNRY OIL COMPANY.
My Robert L. Henry President.
1 120 Marquette Hldg. Chicago. HI. Oct.
This gns Is brought to Hartlesvlllo
! through a IS-lncb lino from the Hog-
! shooter district. It fs produced from
deep-sand wells of high pressure and
Is dry and free from sulphur. Tho
present wells have a tested capnelty
of 100.000000 cubic foot dally and now
I wells nro drilled ns required.
Natural gas Is nlso to be had at
' Hnrtlesvllle from the Hartlesvlllo Gas
ti Oil Co. and other producers
j Used under a holler 'JO.OOO cubic
feet of natural gas is fully equal to
one ton of coal. Used In a gas engine
I power Is produced on the basis of one
horsepower for each II! cubic foot of
1 gas consumed.
j Klectrlo power can be had at Har-
tlesvllle for X cents per k. w. 50 II. 1.
! or more.
j COMMJHItClAL CLUH. PAHTLICS-
VILLK OK! ' UOMA.
Many of our cltlzcnB are drifting
towards Ilrlght's dlseaso by neglect-
ing symptoms of kidney and bladder
trouble which Foley's Kidney Horn-
ody will quickly cure. Sold by all
Rabbits In His Whiskers.
SI Perkins had never been surprised
in ail Ills life. When it snowed In
tho latter part of April ho allowed
he'd sorter felt it In the air for somo
time; when .ledge Abbot's bam burn-
ed Si thought It was about time; and
when the town hall was struck by
lightning he'd told 'om that them
llghtin' rods wasn't any nccount when
they wore first talkln' of puttln' 'oni
up. Mrs. Perkins had Just about given
up all hope of over exciting her hus-
band's -wonder when a friend told her
of a marvelous conjurer who was show-
ing at a variety theater ln Hoston. She
When the conjurer called for a vol-
unteer from the audience. Mrs. Per-
kins urged her husband to go up on
tho stage. He did. Sho watched ex-
pectantly as the "professor" extracted
a $5 gold piece from Si's ear passed
a watch through his back and ex-
tracted yards of ticker tape
from Ills shoes. SI looked bored. Flu-
ally the conjurer began to coax at Si's
beard and to the amazement of tho
spectators out hopped three little
"Wal." said Mrs. Perkins trium-
phantly when SI resumed his seat. "I
guess that surprised ye some didn't
Si seemed almost surprised that she
should think so. "Why no" he finally
drawled. "I didn't like to say nothin'
about it but I've boon sorter suspect-
ing Hint them rabbits wus thar for
some time." lCverybody's
Women Who Are Envied.
Those attractive women wnn are
lovely In face form nnd temper are
the envy of many who might bo
like them. A weak sickly woman
will be nervous and Irritable. Consti-
pation or Kidney poisons show in
pimples blotches skin eruptions and
a wretched complexion. For all such.
Klectrle Hitters work wonders. They
regulate Stomach. Liver nnd Kid-
neys purify the blood; give strong
nerves bright eyes pun' breath
smooth velvety skin lovely com-
plexion. Many charming wonn n owe
their health and beauty to them 50c
nt Ardmoro Pharmacy.
Rob Car of Beer.
Oklahoma Cty. Okla.. June
When officers went with transfer
wagons this morning to haul a car.
load of beer to the county Jail for
storage they found that some one i
Had broken Into tlio car and stolen
tho entire consignment valued at
$1100. learning that tho beer had i
arrived last night tho officers selz-1
ed tho car and locked It up. Falling
to maintain a guard all night they
were outwitted by thieves.
Kvoryono would bo benoflted by
taking Foley's Orion Iaxatlxe for
constipation stomach and liver trou-
ble ns It sweotons the stomach and
breath gontly stimulates the liver
and regulates tho bowols and is
much suporlor to pills nnd ordinary
laxatives. Why not try Foley's Orlno
laxative today? Sold by all druggists.
eat as how
what you do
the pure unadulterated juice of the Louisiana sugar
CiXWPi. will pvrilf lltp mn?l 'nc nrmphlp.
Washington Juno 5 -With two emi-
nent specialists Insisting on exactly
opposite opinions Washington Is rip-
pling with excitement over the ipies-
ton ot whether John Karly Is n leper.
Dr. L. I). Hulkley of New York a spe-
cialist of wide renown has visited
Hnrly twice recently and iniide ex-
haustive diagnosis of his case. He In-
sists that there are no Indications ot
leprosy. Dr. ICdward Killers of Den-
mark a noted leprologlst of Denmark
has made an examination and Is equal-
ly osltlve that Karly lias a pronounc-
ed case of leprosy. The people of
Washington nro dally treated with ex-
haustive statements upon the subject
until even the layman Is beginning to
consider himself something of an ex-
pert In tho matter. In the meantime
I'-arly and his wife and children are
kept In confinement In a Washington
suburb near Anncostla.
Karly was interested In the Salva-
tion Army. For that reason the Salva-
tion Army people nro taking an active
Interest In his case. Nearly a year
ago Karly became 111 in a cheap holel.
A physician who was called believed
lie had discovered a leper. Ho left
the patient in his room locking the
door behind him as he went out nnd
putting the key In his pocket the doc
tor hastily reported the case to the
health officers mid In fifteen minutes
the suspect was In an ambulance on
the way to a detention hospital. All
Washington was agog over the affair.
Karly was liiHtnlled In a comfortable
brick house under a strict quarantine
and kept under observation. The
statement that he wns a leper was gen-
erally nccepted. He wns ninrrled and
had one child. His wlfo and child
were moved out to th detention hos-
pital A few months later another
child was born. While Mrs. Karly
nnd the two children are qunrtered
In tho same house as their husband
and father they are kept separated
though allowed to communicate with
Springtime came and Karly cheerful-
ly wont to work making a garden. Ho
works most of tho time and seems to
like It. Newspaper men visit the place
and the senro the people had at first
seems to havo worn off. The case lias
developed Into a scientific study now.
Karly has nnd still does Insist that '
lie Is not p leper nnd that he Is suffer-1
lug with a form of skin disease total-'
ly foreign to leprosy. He thinks ho
he Is being persecuted by tho health
board of Washington. Ho hns employ-.
ed an attorney to look after his legal I
rights ns well as a physician to ding-1
nose his case.
Through the assistance of his at-
torney Karly succeeded In getting Dr '
Hulkley to come down from Now York j
nnd make diagnosis of the case nnd i
this wns done without the knowledge i
of the health officers or anybody else j
except Karly's friends. The publlca-'
Hon of Dr. Rulkloy's rejiort crenlod
a sensation. Immediately Dr. Khlers
was brought on and his diagnosis of
the case wns exactly contrary to that
of Dr. nulkley'g.
And so the controversy wages
Karly does not seem to be growing any
bettor or any worse. He wns a sol-
dier In the Philippines and It Is sup-
posed that it was there he contract-
ed leprosy. He Is drawing a pension
of $72 per month. In addition when '
be was sent to the detention hospl-
tul one of the Washington newspapers
started a popular subscription for tho
family and nearly $1000 was collected
In this -wny and turned over to the
Karlys. It Is understood that tho Sal-
vation nnny Is putting up ttio money
to iay thu specialists who come to
examine Karly nnd nro giving hlm ns-
Say Old Moss Dackl
Filter that water and protect tho
health and lives of your family thei
microbes that now lurk around yoiu
water pall -will soon put you in hrd
with typhoid fover. For $2.00 you can
got a filter fully guaranteed and tif-cd
by our best physlcans. See Ilobinn
& Host Plumbers & Gns K'lters.
Phono 210 West Main St. 30-tf
Tnnt'B tho name ot thu best flour
sold In Ardmoro.
"No profit grolvs vhere
is no pleasure ta 'en. '
- l WIIN'. Ol Till Sum
It's not so much how much you
much you enjoy eating
eat that does you good.
Makes you eat like a youngster. j&
For sale by all grocers.
Penick & Ford Ltd.
Now Orlonns Ln. mm
ARE TOO WISE
Hutchison Kan. June A farmer
whoso general attitude of Indifference
marked hlm as a member of the old
guard stood on the station platform
at Pock this morning when the "Hes-
sian Flyer" arrived. Fifty or more
eager laughing dust-covered land
owners hastened Into the car to hear
the lectures on whoat by ono of the
experts from the state's agricultural
college In Manhattan. The backward
member sttod sullenly by smoking a
"Hotter go In mid hear tho wheat
problems discussed" said J. II. Miller
superintendent of Farmers' Institute
"Huh" grunted tho fanner. "I know
all I need to know about wheat.'
"How much do you get?" Mr. Miller
"Oil I get fourteen or fifteen bush-
els to tho aero right along" the far-
"You cau double that next year"
Mr Miller said kindly. "If you'll get
in line prepare your seed bed ns va
do nnd grow tho kind wo grow. What's
the use of going along this way? Now
up In Manhattan " Itut the re-
calcitrant walked away iinheedlngly
In the middle of the sentence.
"That fellow" a bright-eyed young
farmer said a moment later "has a
wholii section of land. It's good laud
but he doesn't know how to handle It.
Ho can't do his work on time nnd he's
nlvtiyn getting left. Ills whent Is
mixed and It gets the lowest grading.
He won't try the best strains of the
new Turkey wheat. He'd sooner go
on producing yellow berries." i
Kansas still has some of the old
guard farmers. Happily not all are I
are so stubborn as tun one In rock.
They havo been found listening to
nearly nil the lectures by tho experts.
In Attica yesterday afternoon ono of
that kind shrugged his shoulders ns
he left tho car and said: "I know nil
that years mid years ngo." '
"Well." cried ono of tho little group I
on the platform "you have not prac-
tlced It. that's a moral certnlnty."
General conditions huvu everything
to do with the reception accorded thn
wheat specialists. In some parts ofi
Summer nnd Harper counties parti-
cularly Summer ninny farmers hnvol
quit wheat for corn onts nnd alfalfa.
In some places the gloom wns heavy
Farmers refused to organize instl-1
tutes. Where tho prospects woro
brighter the men woro more cheerful i
and engor to learn new ways nnd I
means. Some old timers say that
their turning from wheat was because
tho land was "wheat sick" ns land
In the South "cotton sick." Tiio rem-'
ody for this they nil know. Is crop 1
rotation Many who were discouraged
two or three years ago have taken
to the strong vnrletles of Turkey '
wheats like Kharknf and Mahtknf and
The experts linve been amazed to 1
see so much soft -wheat grown In the
southeast and south central counties.
Millers are trying to discourage Its
A common source of seed mixing Is
from volunteer whoat. the lecturers
told their hearers today. In order to
keep wheat pure and of good quality
tho crop for seed should nlways be
grown In a field free from volunteer
wheat This necessitates rotat'on
If an old sore existed simply because tho flesh was disoosod. at that
particular spot it woul 1 la an oa3y matter to upply somo rouiody diroctly
to tho pluco that would kill tho germs; or the diseased flesh might bo
removud by a surgical oporutloa nnd a euro etfucted. Dut tho very fact
that old soros roslst ovory form of local or external troatment and oven
return after bolng out away shows that back of thorn is a morbid cuuso
which must bo romovod boforo a euro can rosult. Just as long as tho
pollution continues in tho blood the ulcer remains an open cesspool for tho
tli-posit of impurities which tho circulation throws otf. S.S. S. euros Old Soros
by purifying tho blood. It removes ovory Unco of impurity and taint from
the circulation und thus completely doos uwny with tho cause. When
8. S.S. has cloansed tho blood tho soro begins to heal and it is not a
surface euro but tho healing procoss boglns at tho bottom; soon tho dis-
charge cousos tho intlammatlon leuvos and tlio placo tills in with firm
healthy tlosh. Under the purifying and tonlo etfoots of S.S. S. tho system
is built up und thoso whoso health has boen impaired by the drain and
worry of an old sore will bo doubly bonetlted by its uso. Book on Sores
und Ulcers und any medical advice freo to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA GA.
1 1 p. $M&
Washington June 5. The task of
breaking up tlio Solid South has com-
monly been regarded as boyond hu-
man possibilities. Kven tho flno ap-
peals of President Tuft aro widely
looked upon ns liitllo. Democratic the
South has been It Is said and demo-
cratic u will remain at least until nil
memories of the Civil War shall havo
Hut however futllo mcro human en-
deavor may be economic forces com-
bined with a political system that be-
stows to special privilege extraordi-
nary power havo given one Southern
State so far as Congress is concerned
to the republicans nbsolutely. I-ouIbI-ana
can be depended on to cast Its
olectorlal voto for tho democratic tick-
et as a mero matter of sentiment. It
can be trusted always to elect demo-
cratic senators nnd representatives.
Hut they are democrats In namo only.
Iioulslana Is truo to tho party label.
"Republican" Is still an abhorent wo'd
In tho stntc. So It goes through tlio
farce of electing republicans to con-
gress and cnlllng thcra demornts.
This curious political phenomenon
baa been emphasized by tho attltudo
of Ixwlfllnna men in tho present ses-
sion of congress. In the houso tho
stnto has now six representatives and
there Is on vacancy. All six havo
voted with tho stnnd-pat republicans
at various emergencies. Ilroussard
and Kstoplnal. for instance voted with
tho speaker to defeat the plan to re-
vise tho houso rules. All six voted
ngalnst putting lumber on tho freo
list nnd two of them voted for a duty
In tho senate Mr. Aldrlch always
counts on tho support of tho senr.wr
from Ioulslnna. They nro much more
dependable thnn many of tho republi-
cans. Senator McBncry voted for tho
Hlngley bill nnd ho has announced
himself a thorough going protectionist.
Senator Fostor doesn't go qulto bo far
yet but ln an cmorgency ho is nj?2iia-
able. The othor daw whon Senator Al-
drlch moved to postpone tho consider-
ation of tho incomo tax nmondmnnt
nil tho democrats voted ngalnst hlm.
Hut when the clork recapitulated the.
roll call McKncry apparently observ-
ed that ho had voted differently from
his leader. So ho changed his voto
to bo safely In tho Aldrich ccduinn.
Kvldently tho Loulslanas in congress
are carrying out the wishes of their
consiiiuenis or miner or tho or-
ganized Interests In their stnto which
control politics. Hut -why not frankly
change tho party label?
preceding the wheal with some other
crop such as oats barley or corn. In
order that the fertility of tho soil be
maintained by such rotation legumes
and grasses should bo Included. If
it Is necesary to sow wheat aftor
wheat threat euro should bo taken to
destroy the volunteer growth as far
us possible by early plowing and fro-
queut cultivation beforu st-edlng or
by disking Immediately after harvest
In order to start the volunteer wheat
which may bo destroyed later by
No reports of Hesstnn files havo
been received In Summer Harbor
Sedgwick Cowley Kingman or Pratt
counties. Smut hns been found and
some straw worms. Tho Hessian fly
still hns time to develop.
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 311, Ed. 1, Monday, June 7, 1909, newspaper, June 7, 1909; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81070/m1/3/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.