The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 184, Ed. 1, Friday, January 7, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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Arilmore frriliy January 7 1910
THE OA.UV IROMOREITE
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Best Picture Show in Ardmore
TUT I IHir P T
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Ml I hM
MIL LIIIILLIUM I
0;- Breach Among Controllcri Of
Stock Openly HinteS at Eaiajr
u'.ui Sloe'-a af Sloe-' Turned
Locie at DecreaMnq Price.
S Reports of
f the Rork I and romwny. j
that Uaniel li. K-d uaa to
road and that he would re
al tne ooara 01 atrecwrs o.
r ited HUt- 3teel Corpora
iuei a nreas. 01 1 1-1 pomi--
.nmnwn ainrk ih roj to-1
) vd decline of more thna
jolnu la tie prferre! .lock.
:!nanul dtstri. t had heard aj
v-k a fortnight airo. when It i
- 1 from Ui to Ml ami back I
almost in a flaah. ami the
.'tr IS now we suojeci ci in-
'i-itlon by the stock exchange
rttlM More recent MRratlotti I
t.v. and allied securities ha.
ni to allay the airm then.
o'l-. dirrerenc-s had broken out
'o 1: those who control the prep-
1 and an open breach wns hint-
1 1 .it These were dented In re-
pn'.-lbu quarters but the cnor-
intiiHi.i ..4 llrwnlr lialnn.l atrw.W I
.iiil In. IM.000 share at steadily
dn reanlni; values caused many nil-'
(..iiru- the more so since muoh
of the selling seemed to cm a unto i
' -im Hoik island brokers.
'-..'her factor was the fiili re
o; t':e ai 'et rs to an on tne pre-
' d .'icii divlden t at their meet-1
A y.a ri'ay This s U has ii!ld
. i i:ldeml In several years. Ho-:
r'i that Mr Held one of Uio
i. ''-I prominent or tne uock uian) i
PRICES BREAK IN ROCK ISLAND u our. retJ! Mr Riff. u4 .au b.m will b foiiow4 oy aleatlia . w e!nfl or nK' lne i oVy the procets of the committee ir
COMMON AND PREFERRED . ...a a h. d.ttric;. ot..-ra pro!iB the s Mr"? to I to answer any queat'ons propounded
DANIEL REID MAY RETIRE ou r" 'fls u. .." ef an airteir In both aemue and ! ''1 J-m"1 of contemn-.
nd there a to 'tner Rafflva that's .1. -mii hi a ih (Lw n L . ' . ' and Juriadlctlon Is conferred upon the
rn about this town. ffi ffA'SS tt -rotate ion "121 ' PP'9U f 1"
I iuat want -hat fr.y dollar. ao m U be unhampered and with mocm -r " mk otamb'a to try and determine anj
nrnnriTO nr rniPTinil Onnnn T c-h if rL eale p.niy of fnil. a- Us aamand. of th- ration In spehe. 1 such rhar.e. of contempt.
REPORTS OF FRICTION SPREAD - 'vtrfnyr. rrTv:t ? z"- '
l -fin - lilfiin.l tul an uarlv lmmr. " voters CII tile COUIty 8 O 1 11 I OS TO tO ) nuimiui n anil irjin.- " . .. ' .
L;.i"f; aw"e?;s sw 'vzr o "mrii'yA who nsrte uat there rrlgr;eno?ne8ts
J'r ln ... "r ... Iv"r5 " U"!l for eh ".." in thy bead grow hair and erad.-j
: "'""i niUalom.M v.rtnV.1 nuW t.l. ....nntv creation was a piece oi ex- cate uaiunoss.
nil renmrn im k to u rnvi .And stop your way of flirting for
n?sTM?NT 's Lntntied to' atl"''B '""
lA.o DiMMbM is uarajitutMl to '
mi. any ease of lu-hing. liVnd If ou 11 v wh' 1 ta ou
Hliedlng or Protruding P ics In C to t"4t '11'r'' wlt ' n looking
i .f...i.i r.n. for.
4 1 ujr Ul ...U... J l'l".T. JVH..
Vou canli'v niak. a - 1 xl t. . n
Hi ve bat lu-tnry rcp a'-- .t 1'
AYtR'S tiAlK VIGOK
Stops ralliiiaf llulr An Liei;nnt Drcrtnlni;
Dobtroya l."intlrul f Mukcs Hair Grow
Does not dolor the Hair
L mpuuJnl hulpbur Clyciiln. IJuli.ln hou.-m LliurlJ LjpiJajm. SKf. AIcnh I.
WjUf. IVrfumc Ak our diKtor hit inmn ul tucti a luir rrtruiitlun.
J i Aim" irT il
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..n- I Ul ''-'It r n
rul " '.rrlf hut tn iH
of ira fam.i- lno jr. i
lh IHUMMI of t' '
nt-nrl a Usatlrt Mr F K.'n -f B-
ca Ma aixl Mr. A Bfnl"' of
Haa.. f. alwar
. . laa!n in th h..'i for
. .. ' rntlr famllv anJ ltb
i - .!..! and rti'Uki ij -ri
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t- w jvr r. 4 aa4 It bf.
; i ly ili t"
t i . i ir iwli "I t'v! 'i mar
i. .. - f.t ' fami!) ir. n
t . . -rr... f 1-f W I.'
iui ff "f chant Kt "
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in i:r F'-r lh rr- .4
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Raf e jn t Stnng.
. . . Mr JUf
. . . - in . a -4- .-i'.-
W hit g sir7 fsth si
IW I It M B .y 0 J j r M ms-
. - . . -.h -ra S. naior Go.-e expreeJ at Kan-
l""lv xn 4-d nlfbt- !a City and let patriotlim rule In-1
" r'n th' vr benL.d of pi:e and erery Cannon
Al t de ..... .. .wt.pt iron
ou're the only rei ;ie iraaar
who look lik Mm to coe
W . -3 fa- to face quit ofw-a.
i:. a battdaoa." Mr. Man
V'-i 1 ir-.-i your walk and costume
iut aa oft-n aa you can.
Ua: 111 pidt you out. Mr Smarty.
Jut a& aure aa it la c.ld.
TV uch you dreis In female coatume
aa the story I've been told
I need fifty :n my business aa my
dreaa bill aoon'II be due.
And tUittoi ralM t)l. iuct mtsmf
I can set unto you.
1 w h s 1 u ricij iiv
resembles you alon Chr
Of s dark complexl :ced tall man
'b a nv ot b10 hr
v hMrU lh;a 0.rt. bonr for
.nora R Klrt hlr Wfllll(l
too beautiful and vm't to live.
And eye I hat would set all lioarta
on rtl Hia w:u. lf UrV hMr
And compared with all tho men on
rth. there wa inner one .so
oul you're a coward Mr. Hnrflpf for
you're afraid to eonio around.
' ' ' '
you'll fail to throw us down
We'll continue to buttonhole th'
men with your form npe and
Aml W'M Rn 00 HI lulte wuJJn
nd convince you you're not
I m strong Kr you Mr. Haffles. but
ym atronger for the ilouKh
need It much more badly than
the Pally Ardmorelte don t you
lu the making shop
will make you hvo mo more.
a . ' a I ft 1. I . I . w -t . n u JU r -itm
nnit ih.i iii'i'.... u'ani tiw.ir wii-- 1 . .. ' . ... .i ... ........ i ilnritriied to overcome dandruff re- '
.. .. .
Vnur stock with me will soar above
th- pri' c : a hundred above
ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING CO.
r.wt-4 at tbe f'ostofflce at Ardrnore
is Sconl-ClaiJ Matter.
ornciAL paper carter co.
AND THE CITY OF ARDMORE
it It It la the Ardmorelte It 'a l-xa
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
The Dall Ardmorelte.
Ot- Tor ' I& OO
One W;c 16
The WeeHy Ardmorelte.
Pet Ysar by Mail
5tx Montiii SO
Tbrt Moatat :&
riuiln Manai-rn Of fl .... 53S
City E4itor Otrice k
fjmot. Fnday January 7 1910
PATRIOTISM VS. POLITICS
o: -w moi-t atTibxrn .lru.a to atudy the coat of IHrin? probletn. i
. . - tng iuad upon off ui mnd t WM mW lo.
""n' a . .if.. '7.!":iiir. will depnd on th attliuoe o: '
'"T.'Txt tJi KS' li leler. id th .eaate and Ikmmo
r 'if - da. of p.pibK pac one
. .-. .itan no lam to fall In1..
... .h .ur .nit 10
.I . r. '.iiofr. h nnn
. jint-ran.'- iw. In tne anatomy
"... ji.ca.-i iui.K- pat.-onae.
a . r itacot hred the gun.
. . . l a.
... th. t.r nm ia
Tarr!eT throujfh etnepre"
:i.ot cheering new cornea '
Jtl the rlr nsAt wteral trood men
j-i :. r oa.'-ea hrouaih their oiHto-
o.Ajan a mna -no i
. . L .
Wiit the progreMlrea are wlnnins
' - ... ?ucYop.e thorousbly be-
com aroused the will adoot the
a' u iii1. i in
BlMMd ta the cJLmaaim fu&4 u uo-
o.o tn ipaAer ti ery man who
trata of New York and vote with tbe
. nreo i. t "hould "e ctMiei a w"oo of.
.::::"a:"a tor i. e rePaD that hiry elve or fourteen venKn. who
.:. j.t :nure. cannot be eiMKted ahall put In slx months or a year
. .'a a u-LuituDonum;. l.tored a enrofu! Mdy of the con-:
.'.;" oVry beat re.aoaa why m'' tbat have wl 10 the npli
r.i.rf ..ul be brosen la that the Intreaae in the coat of living. Such
.... t ' . n ' tWfaV tAJt th in nu.l Tim ..nnAMl In.n.ui.ln.. Im
" .iT mi ii. dSd h. ....vu . touch.nK or relating to the reciama
- '.'.I tZZ nnThnnt tbat lb; re" leader i" no1 fa' Hon conservation manatu men? and
iv beaSeWn" movement. disposal of tho public tanJ of thr
.V;r;.yeoTc-yed of n.mfns the One .enator remark todav th-it HllSitL ? t0.yt '!"An;
p.er was taken from tn. In- r uvn ' m'' aayins; toe around f enabling tho committee o pro-
iin Afa:r rcmoiitte. for the only cr 'be invewtitation be pro-. ure the services of able attorneys 0
urpo of df red! ing him a: borne ;
.04 among hia own iple But the
people of Okiihoma love Carter the .
nore for the nrtviple tbat guided
.am. Cannoai'ni will have no how
in Southern Oklahoma and it ia doubt-
ul if a ' anr.on republican go to
jcnrress fiom ibis state nest fail.
fbis is a question where patriotism
houM supercede partisaniam. Tbe
pro. easive retmbtl-cans ami demo-
era h are in tbe majority In every
atate ar d can control If they utiito
COUNTY COMMISSION FORM
It is a matter of vat linportan.-e
to this state that a special aeaslon
of tho legislature he cal't-d :o pass
1 uniform tne.-isuri- for the iiavmont
tiods now tne law has d ffiMVnt '
onAtructiotiH placed upon it by dlf'
ferent district courts and boards of
county r)iiiinlioners and even by
:he dt-inry stat examiners that audit
the uooka of the counties of the state.
t is very cenr that whotl people hold
mi widely different opinions on the
construction of the law that the lu
itself It is at faint.
It seems that It would be the 'part
'if wisdom to put every ?ounty offlror
on a salary and let all the fees col-
ect.il bo Into the treasury of the
ounty. The law csnno- be changed
It will Interfere with the pay the
officers are now receiving but It can
.chin. d fo the next et of county
oh.cers ooctei thro.uho.r the mate
next Novomber will rocbive their snl-
vr'es and not .il tut more.
E """ by.l.B
lealsbXture Is to submit a COIlStlttl-
ir i i .I. ....
to api ((.. co
uua Jmrii uiieni ailowmK COUII IOH
tiiiiiKston plan of
Such an umetidmont
' ; r"' .'"
I ll'IIIIMI nut VI- iJiilJAMIVJ 11 il V
ntfirera nnv iiipni ihii Kninrioa nro.ut
-on and remove any officer at any !
'L'"" h.0 noplocto'1 hls '1ulpa Should
; thero be a county n tho state which1
lovos sonUment of electing Its offl- .
: cers moro taan the tax money that
1 Koca to wirrport the officers then such
.11 . uu: . iiiiiiiuuu uiu uiu iorin oi
Wi K.iy call the special sess'on.
Have you a eak thro f If bo you
cannot be too careful ' You cannot
1 ' " 1 i.iruim. i in cannot
t -In treauuent to.) .narly. Bach cold
makes you moro liable to another and
In last Is always tho hardor to rare
If you will tako Chamberlain's Cough
. .... . . ....
Remedy at tho outset you will bo av
ed much trouble. Sold by all dealers.
PflCT FIT I IVINC
UUJI Ul LIIIMU
CONGRESS CONSIDERS APPOINT
MENT OF COMMISSION TO AS
CERTAIN CAUSE OF INCREASE
WHICH 'MANY ALREADY MOW
General Imprtmcn Prevai'i That
Leaden Do Net Faver the Move-
ment Tariff It Blamed For Per-
Wablnft. Jnn .-Severel mem-
l-ra taf eon tew rep repared to in-
trraue rcaoiUUoba yrovlding for the
crrat:o:i cf a national C. mmlflon
.. tt.m BA . wwt
nilDd " wm n1 ort-
wnlf 10 'fer the reaoHttloti nnla i
they can have acme
tbat they will bt- accepublw to the 1
leadr. The idea U that there
. c mml i m.m w.imi th .
:novement My- woul not be
up of member of congress although
tn leulslatlte body must bo reprc
ent about the work cf inveatlt;i-.
tion aa It should would no doubt.
find that tho tariff hat a Rood I
V. '"T .r"" . KWJ
1m1 10 ; 1!vla-
H WM & vre thlnr. he said that i
the und-pat la4eri In tho terfa-1
tallt v- dld to
" ' f fv . I '
tbU phase of the aituatloa broutrbt
mi in an pii.i u-.oik.
rrmrrv Hi.. . m.
. . . . . .. .
BWlaMI HaWvratT aa f'
poses to maV His represer.ttive
w DOW wth.rlB? whole and re
uii Brie.- 1. th.
friC lu """ 0 tb Ur 1
eiUett. ome competent attorney to conduc.
The d'jpartment already has ;i 1 c'-'. sn(1 11 P1lbl? that bot'.i
a . . of the vrincipals to the controversy
schedule sbowtn? the eost of 'be I nty preint by counsel.
leadins commodillos at the farm or j jt a; asreed by all ix-rsona who
the factory and as scon as the have given close attent'on to ne
wholesale and retail prit. are in nalllnffer-I'inehot Fuabble that th'
41.. .1 . . InvestlKatlon shouH he ojxn to the
tin- worK of maklns comirion pilbHc and thls l8 ordered by the re-
wlil beln. It Is tho expectation ; olutlon. on-? of tho XtU rooms In the
of Secretarv AS'ilson that tiyse tw senate office building will b
comparisons v. ill cither prove ' ued fr the purpose
disprove the oft repeated assert i 1 I
mat somewhere durinK tho progress
of commcdltieg from the farm or
... . .
"-inan takes more than his just
nhnro of profit. Since the announce
mont two days :jjo that Secretary
Wilson Intended to discover the
cause for the Increase of the cost
1 o' livim; the ilen.irtment. h.is lieen
o liing the iiop.irtincnt has been
t.ii .ik i u
" " ..u.....b
! 'f tht' ccretary has taken.
Acting o the assumption that
I coiigrejs will nt this session provide
.iarl.M for ii(M .. -4nii
1 MarU j f"r iuUos nld att "1;
JU n'' fistoms court provided
; for In the new tariff law the
president l now pleklng men for
. nithnrlt 1.
al PO"' " " " autl.orlta-
i NI"' hnt ho has chosen
three of the members f the court
I that their names would be with -
held unt ciittriiss uriines the .innrti.
prlation for supporting the court.
I il ill be roja.led that tho pro-
rro!UlM" t"" wonl
"'to the tariff bill over the
travagvuce. After tho tariff bill had
passed an effort to innko nn ap -
roprlatlon tor the support of tho
mrt fn1 U hi'cam" cmal suna -
lor il Msht against what
thav retninlcd as the excessive sal-
nH.a nroviileil in the mu-
In spite of the action of the pros-
Idem In picking men for tho court
' another fight will bo made In the
'na "Wlnat providing money for
tne -'OUrt i support unles an agree-
nont be reaoliod under which
the salarie khall be materla'.ly re-
SMOKE OEWITT'S EXPERIENCE.
RESOLUTION BY JONES. SIGNED
BY PRESIDENT IS REFERRED TO
COMMITTEE ON RULES.
WHOLE DEPARTMENT INCLUDED
Committee of Twelve Provided Sher
man Will Appo.nt Six Cannon Six
Who Will Inveitigate the Entire De-
partment. WujIaiCoii Jan. 6. In-tidtion
'of the Bftlllnrer-llrKhot ion row .-
!.lr! by i1"1 r;?M V'J "
Introduced to the nat- by Vr
an(l tne boui. by Mr ..
u vhiiKtoa. Thf re- i tiui
n at one referrwl to th-
A hn ofor- ani.oar..
M of lhe dU..aclr n-iuln:. t
signature of th urealdi nt. h
to It all tbe fore of Kva!
A coronilttie of tw-ivi- ! ti !. ..p
pol e:l to conduct the Itm -tu u n
six if whom ahall be deaisn.it. d t .
vice-l'refiltent Shorman and -ix
Irman of t!i- -t n-
the Hat of senator. and t !s
douMW wil! reault It hU iek- tn
h'r'"a" u "vi'?' ZTi 1 i
JTatoUowa? ne'tMton " '
"The com.rlttee Is hereby cmpow- '
erod and directed to make a thorough
H1H -UllllinilL'l' Mil U Will 1 111 1 "
nu complete tnvesilBauon o: uie au-
terlor "departments several bureaus
nf'ccni nn-1 ctnn'oyes. and of tin
bureau of forestry In the aurlr ul'ural .
p-rtment. Its offl erw and employe" '
thorlzotl and empowered to make any
further InvestlKatlon touching i.'M j
.m'.w 1 nf snnh biireiu of for .
iiMiiarimeiu. us miit-iiun. uinvv - . 1
ry Its officers
m' deem d'JSlrai
or empioyej .is it
. The aulh
to of 5on!
require the c
ml the pra!
The authority to sit duHni; f:"-
srrss and In recess o
attendance of witnesses
product! n of pape.s usual
to concreslonitl Inquiries Is srant-
U - d by the reaolutlon. It Is provWod j
further that any person refusing '0
. a. .a
T provision is ior tne purpos-
'' caar 01 v- 10 lar 3
JJ. th Intw'uin
2? 11 D 'nlenuon
Taft to have -he comn
HI u (itiini w urnvMB v-vri
PULL OUT A HAIR
THE WAY TO TELL WHETHER
OR NOT YOUR HAIR IS DIS-
EASED. ' r.ven If you have a
i liead of hair you may
know wht.tllt.r it is n a hoalthy
1 COndltl;n or not. (Nincty-olBht per
cent of tho people need a hair tonic
t Vou can make a tost yourse.f that
y-u can see and understand which
! will tell you whether your hair Is
;Kalthy or not. I'ull a hair cut of
your head; If tho bulb at tho end
f the root Is white and shrunken.
1 u proves that tho hair Is diseased
j m!ros proml)l treatment If
g joss wouji ne avoided. If the
bulb Is pink and full the hair Is
wnl ovnrv nm o.hnu- Inlr
i " i want every one wnose nair
iMimnl . trv nnr llov.
nir Tni x(- n.u
.r nn ' nvt :
not give tl.f.W re
I VIIIIV t "- llV Mil ttlllia
suits. Uoxall "93" Hair Tonic Is
Out of 100 cases where It was
1 fvtn a thorough conscientious est.
! f ' MBJ"d' wh'cvh
should bo sufficient proof that Rex.
1 all "&.V Hair Tonic contains ex.
traordlnary remedial and hair-
growing qualities. It Is becauso of
b.ll ! o4l
u "i'" ih uviuaMi..
I mill rnr ultipnr. ffilth In Ita cnnit
thal we want ycu t0 try u at
Hevall '03" Hair Tonl? Is a clean
c:wr Preparation which does not
grcn?. gum or thicken tho hair
aU(j t nas a yejy .easant olor
. have it in two sizes prices 50
cents and $1.00 Remomber you
ran obtain Itexall Remedies In Ard-
moro only nt our store Tho Itexall
Storc Tho clt. DrUK store w. D.
" (- 1111 1 II'' illl LilU liaiuiat v .j ua
Nw ' iin you ee Ivm women p
int iIiimii llie tlrrel wlm look like titlert.
Von are uiiniiitlicil to learn lliat tliey me
iiidtlier ami lUnAliler ami you iculie llml
a woimm -I furl V nr forty-live ouiilil lo Im
I her fine! nd fairet. Why in'C le o?
'I'lie Rcurnil heullli of woman It m lii-
liinately u(KUlcJ with llio I'icul health
of Ihc eiteiitully feminine oriin that
there can he no red chrrkt anil roiinil
form where there i female weaknett.
Women who have nilfereil from
Ihii troohla hava foiiml prompt
rtlitf ami cur in the ua of Dr.
PiarcaS Favorite fretcription. Il lva vinr umf vitality to Ik
oran of womanhood. It cltara the eomplriioti l.ri((lilnt lh
yea and raddena lha chacli.
No alcohol or hahit-forijnnit drn contained in "favorite I'rancrlptloo."
Any kick woman niny connill Dr. I'ierca hy letter free livery Idler M
held as aacrcdly confidential and anwered in a duin riivclope. Addre:
World' Uiipeinary Medical Aocialion Or. It.V I'icric I're. Ilutfalo N.Y
At Felker's Grocery Store
New krout sour and sweet pickles sweet
Mango pickle Dill pickle Queen bulk
olives seeded ribbon cane sorghum
fresh line new evaporated fruits. Call
and buy of our new goods. Fresh line
of Chase and Sanborn coffee and Heinz's
57 varieties of pickles and preserves.
LIVING IS THE
ITALIAN RAILROAD LABORERS
EVEN POOL THEIR PAY
CHECKS ARE CLOSE TRADERS
Hanover Kan. Jan. fl. A btincn .
of Italian laliorors who have be.j
ilolrg construction work on tho St.
Joseph & Grand Island Hallway out
of Hanover hive been living a j
prnctlcal demonstration of Social-1
ism. They are a brotherhood with-
in themselves and grief Is tho :ot
f a man of any other nationality
who attempts to Interfere with th. ir
arrangements. They have no use for
the Japares4 w-ho lay the rails. Th.' .
Greek is not a welcome visitor lo
tho Iullaii cars; nor Is anybody
nutsldo their clan shown hospitality
to an alarmini; extent. Tho Italian
'atorer Is seldom seen on tho street i
alone they iro In tw:s and threes '
no matter how trifllrg their mission.
When it com" to money matters
the Italian also carries out his
Idea of hoclallsm. When tho pay '
checks arrive one man Is del'1-
gated as cashier and every check i
Is turned over to him Indorsed. Ho I
then goes to thfc bank to cash
thorn and returning to the car the
laborers gather around In a circle
and tho cashlor proceeds to deal
nut tho rash In equal amounts to
each man. no matter what the
tmcunt of tho Individual chock
might havo boon.
When one of their number Is ta
'cen sick and Is unable to work
ie receives no pay chock from the
railroad company but when pay
lay arrives he receives his per
"apita of the gross amount tho same
ih if ho had been on the Jcb every
tilnute. Hut tho Italians won't stand
or soldiering that is they won't
illow a drone to sip the honey from
'hotr financial hive. When they ills--over
that one of their number Is
fclgnlni? Illness to avoid work he
s turned out of tho 'big family"
bag and baggago.
Tho Itaians aro parsimonious tra-
lers. They seem to always con-
idr tho price too high when they
so to the htoro to buy supplies.
It apptrently always requires a del-
nation to do the shopping for tho
outfit and it Is only after a spirited
fii.-ferenco between the members
of the party that a deal Is closed
with tho merchant.
People who prefer dolglng trouble
to meeting It squarely aro always on
Tho first symptom of Contagious Blood Poison Is usually a little sore or
ulcer so insignificant that often no attention is given it. Dut when the
blood becomes more fully infected with the virus the mouth anil throat get
soie glands in tho neck and groin swell and sometimes ulcerate forming
sores and ulcers tho hair conies out copper colored spots appsar on the
body and where the diseaso is allowed to remain In the system tho poison
frequently penetrates deeper and attacks the bones. S. S. S. Is tho trus
antidote for Contagious Dlood Poison the only remedy that is nbln to Ret
at tho vet root of tho trouble and remove overy particle of the virus from
tho circulation; at the samo time S.S. S. acts with upbuilding nnd tonic
effect on every portion of the system. As soon as tho systom gets under the
Intluonco of S. S. S. the symptoms begin to disappear and soon a perfect
euro is made. S. S. S. can be used in tho privacy of ono's own homo and a
permanen. cure cltected. To aid thoso who wish to euro thomsclves nt
homo we havo prepared a spoclal Homo Treatment book which coutalns
much val able Information to Contagious Blood Poison Sufferers. With
tho aid of this book and tho use of S.S.S. a euro can bo effected in every
case. Wo will send this book and also any medical advice desired froo to
all who write. TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLAKTat Gal
Buys a n Edison
How can an assessor go about fix-
ing tho value of the dog that the
Making Life Safer.
Kverywhero life Is being made more
safe through tho work of Dr. King's
Now I.lf. iu.i in Constipation bili-
ousness nyspopsla. Indigestion I.Uer
troubles Kidney iilsoases and llowel
Disorders. They're easy but sure
and perfectly build up tho health. 25c
at Ardmorc Pharmacy.
Kven tho sinal'tut trouble Is txu!l
found If one looks for It.
Tho Deadly Delay"
Those who put off using HAI.fi S
THXAS WONDBIl for their Khlneys.
Illmldiir and Hheumatlo trouble mako
a deadly delay. It gve.i quick and
permanent relief. Sold by nil drug
THE ONLY REMEDY
FOR BLOOD POISON
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