The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 184, Ed. 1, Friday, January 7, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmor. Friday January 7 1910
THE DRUG CUP
TM F OAILY AUDMOrtEITE
TllK lNNKIt.MOST IIOO.M
Tin' idnger Hang tho world a sour.
And wxiii In every tender ln'art
Uh melody ii) Hwoi't and .-Uroim
Became a dear and hinting part
Itut ro ni' know and no one '
That from miiiroinust grief and
lilt breaking heart had learned
the notes i
Tlint trembled Into glorious notig.
A woman who from every cup
Had drank llfeV glad and hitter
Hat down and wrote a wondrous
Aft sweet and lirlght an fairy
lint no one knew nnd no one cared
Krom what tumultuous ean or
Tho Houl in lonely voyages
Uh parable of life had brought.
Tho teacher with a burning heart
With tongue aH HWlft and hot as
l;d 'lth a wIhc and tender heart
The world Into Its highest aim.
fllut no one asked and no one
Through what fierce conflict day
lie won tho victory which cleared
Vor -weaker hearts the higher way.
I "or each soul has one Inner rroni
Where all alone It seeks the grne-
To Ftruggln with the sharpest woe.
Us i.'Udest destiny to fac-.
To lift the duty that It fears
To love to trust through every
And not the nearest dearest heart
!oes with It to that Inner room.
Tig there that houIr learn how to
'Tin tlw- the truest knights aro
There with the sharp edge of her
lreat Forrow gives the accolade.
Prom whence thoy came wtih sub-
Tho weary nnd the sad to lift;
Hut who remembers that sad room
It strife anil doubt its grief and
j-'roni which they bring the preciiu
Broadway Mission Work.
A very auspicious beginning for
the Xew Year was the missionary
meeting at Mrs. I'. II. Woods on
yesterday afternoon. Tin) largest
ntUndance they have had for a long
while and the marked Interest In
the lesson Is believed to insure the
hiillos even greater slices than
before during this year.
Mr. CJr- sk opened the meeting
w Ith prayer.
The lllble lesson was from the
fortieth chapter of KxodiM anil tho
leading thought of the lesson
l-'alth and Obedience to Ood was
tlie subject of a short talk by .Mrs.
W. H. Frame.
Mrs. T. K. Kearney gave an out
lino of the Missionary Drill which
proved very Interesting.
Mrs. Koper read a selection from
the Missionary Paper "A Christian
Tho offertory was then made for
the retiring missionaries.
ftfrfl. '.Madden then gave an out-
line of the book "The Uospcl In
l-itln Iands" emphasizing the iolnts
which should be studied with great-
est rare and creating a general in-
terest In the work.
"The Great Councils of tho Early
Churchen" wa3 the subject of talks
by Me (Hi a me Woods and Honer.
Music was enjoyed from the Vic-
tor which Santa Claim had left with'
Mrs. "Woods. Tho hostess served de-
The Woodmen Circle will hold n 1
Joint session with the Woodmen of (
the World at tho skating rink this '
enlng when all members of both
rders are invited to be present i
-Mrs. Manchester supreme guard-1
bin from Omaha will be guest of
honor. The local Circle Is a nnmo-1
IT is pure!
That is the one
thing about Ivory
Soap that is of para-
It floats; it is econom-
ical; it is available for
use not only in the bath
and toilet but also for
fine laundry purposes
these things are import-
ant; but after all they
are secondary to the one
great fact that Ivory
Soap is pure soap; and
99o Per Cent. Pure
MARY GWYN WHITEMAN
sake of Mrs. Manchester" and is
particularly ha.-py in Hi- ill ru
nliy of entertaining h-i
Mrs. Meadows state organ'zu
ulll aliio be present.
Mr. Hughes of Missouri whose
fame as organizer Is known In
every Circle ill the Ui.lted Stat.
will be present; also Mr l'orgar
of Oklahoma City who Is Hint.'
The iniisUal program can not bo
Tho program Is:
Invocation Dr. .1. V .Young.
Vocal SoloMiss Hannn.
Welcome Address- Dr. II. (J. Con-
nelly. Piano Solo Mr. Alvln Itoper.
Address ..Mrs. Manchester.
Vocal Duett Misses Van Wormer
Address ..Mi. Hughes.
Christian Church Circles.
The Clrc.es cl the Christian
church met in Joint session at tho
church on yesterday afternoon and
n committee was appointed to pre-
M'lit the work of the society for
the In-coming year for the consid-
eration of the ladl'.'s at next week's
meeting when definite plans will
On next Tuesday afternoon at the
church a union meeting jf nli Ircle?
will be held and it Is hoped every
member of the society will be
The Sheltons at Home.
Mr. and .Mrs. L. G. Shelton re-
turned vcsisrday from Mississippi
where they paid a abort visit after
their marriage in Nebraska
They arc at home to their friends
at their residence on Stanley Boul-
evard which Mr Shelton had built
and furnished for the home-coming
cl Ills bride.
Here and There.
'Mcsdnmes II. A. Simpson .1. X.
Dodson and It. J. Williams will re-
turn tomorrow from Gainesville
where they have been the guests of
Mrs. John Simpson fur the past few
The Mothers' Club or the Third
Ward will not meet until the Thlid
Friday In this month.
Miss Jane Adnanis settlement
worker and head of Hull House
was successfully operated un yes-
terday and pionouuccd out of dan-
ger. Tho operation was necessary be-
cause of an utiguccc4sful operation
for appendicitis twelve years ago.
Rev. I. W. Will.ams Testifies.
Itev. I. W. Williams Huntlnston. W
' Va. writes in as follows: "This .is to
certify that 1 used Foley's Kidney
lloiuedy for nervous exhaustion and
kidney trouble and am free to say
that Foley's Kidney lloiuedy will do
all that you claim for It." Sold by
W. B. Patton Always a Favorite.
A local critic says. "Mr. I'atton
needs no comparison with othi'ib'
as lie stands on his own merits Ills
acting "Is so natural that It Is diffi-
cult to consider It an impersona-
tion. In the character of "I'rot.
Theodore Illocksom Ileddlllgton"
.Mr. Pattou lias that certainty of
touch and Intellectual grasp that Is
' to be found only lu a real artist.
t dcjiTlptlon of tho play cannot
Jiidlcnte the humorous situations
or the quality of the dliiloguo Tho
pay ha an unusual and ngrooablo
Minor. W. II. I'atton comes to Hob-
Ison opera house next Tuesday
Pneumonia Follows a Cold
net new;- follows the use of Foloy'n
Homy and Tar which stops the
cough Inula the Iuns and expels the
cold trom your system. Tako at first
sign of a cold and avoid a dangerous
illness. Sold by all druggists.
In disorders and diseases
of children drugs seldom do
good and often do harm.
Careful feeding and bath
ing arc the babies remedies.
is the food-medkine thai not
only nourishes them most
but also regulates their in-
gestion. It is a wonderful
tonic for children of all ages.
They rapidly gain weight and
health on small doses. i .
Hon.! 1(V-.. nftmo rf t-nprrAi.t I -I lr- if
bullf.il Hminm Hi- k m l ( i .1 . 1-k. li-
lltk. Kftchburilkcnn aiuOiRnl Lu ..l'dr
SCOTT & UOWNt" 409 Pearl St.. N. V.
SANTA FE DRAFTSMAN
J. ARTHUR REEDER WILL AS-
SIST J. W. HAM WITH COUNTY
.1. Arthur Iteeder was appointed
deputy county surveyor yesterday uf-
Ltiiooii and entered upon his duties
as such officer of the county this
iiumlng. Ills first work was to
go to Newport to make a survey
of a school site. He also today scut
in Ills resignation as chief drafts-
man for the Santa Ke railway com-
pany. Mr. Iteeder has for the past
fourteen years been engaged as a
surveyor draftsman bridge Inspect-
or building Inspector and railroad
Ho formerly lived here and after
spending a year In Amailllo has re-
turned to Ardmore to make this
plac his home.
It is a dangerous thing to take a
cough medicine con .'lining opiates
that merely stifle your cough Instead
of curing It. Foley's Honey and Tr
loosens and cures the cojgh mil ex-
pels the po'sonous germs thus pre-
venting pneumonia nnd consumpt.o'i
Refuse substitutes nnd take only ;.o
genuine Foley's Honey and Tar In
the yellow package. Sold by all drug-
On the liith of this month eon-
tract will bo let for tho dUgiu cf
the 'Poland Oil and Gas wil. Any
one wishing to bid on the work
address the company at Ardiuor".
All stockholders and subscriber are
icipiesteil to pay up at once.
W. 1'. 10 LAND Pribldeiil.
V-i. C H. Wi:i!lt Secret n v.
SMOKE DEWITT'S EXPERIENCE.
NEW PEOPLE HERE
FROM WEST TEXAS
DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL AGENT
RETURNED WITH FAMILY AND
A (!. Graham district agricultural
agent accompanied by his family
arrived lu the city last night from
their former homo In Mclaln Texas
and have secured a home at 1
and C streets northwest. Mr. Gra-
ham was alio accompanied by F. M.
Anderson and family and M. K. An-
derson who will reside here. F.
M. Anderson 1s a retired merchant
and banker and M. K. Anderson his
son will probably engage in farm-
ing and stock raising.
i.Mr. Graham is an enthusiastic
friend to this section of Ok'ahoma
and he never loses an opnouur.it:-'
to say a good word for southern
Lady Learned About Cardui The
Woman's Tonic and is Now
Enthusiastic in its Praise.
Mount Pleasant Tenn. "Cardui is all
you claim for it and more" writes Mrs.
M. E. Rail of lliis place.
"I was a great sufferer for 2 years and
was very weak but I learned about Car-
dui and decided to try it. Now I am in
"My daughter when changing- into
womanhood got in very bad health. I
gave her Cardui and now she enjoys
"Cardui is worth its weight in gold. I
recommend it for young and old."
Being composed exclusively of harm-
less vegetable ingredients with a mild
and gentle medicinal action Cardui is
Inc. best medicine for weak sick girls
II lias no harsh powerful near-poisonous
action like some of the strong
minerals and drugs but helps nature to
perforin a cure in a natural easy way.
N. H.-Wrlte to: Ladles Advisory fpt. ChatU.
oosa Medicine Co.. CliatUnonga. Term. lor Upmai
njrracfon. indG-t-iucc book HomtTrcatmeui
tor Wcata 'scat in plila wrapper cu icQutttt
3AN PLACED ON PUBLIC DRINK-
ING CUP IN HOTELS STATIONS
April 1 is the Day Set Merchants
Wl'l Carry Folding Cups In Stock
as They Do Cigars Public Schools
Have Already Eliminated the Cup
Tlie city schools have ali'c.idv
done away with the public drinking
dip ai d the W. ('. T. I' w men
must take the cups from their
Hotels city halls court house
railway stations and railway trains
lobbies to all sky-scrapers and h'U s
to all big .building restaurant.
In fact all places in their nature
public will come first of April
hold no more welcome drinking
cups for the thirsty pub'lc.
For an order from the state
board f health to go Into elfe t
at that time prohibits them. What
has long been a source of accom-
modation but In reality a breeding
ground for all manner of disease
will bo no more nnd the man who
called on Lizarus was In no worse
fix than will bu tin parched ones
who depending on the public f un-
tain expects free furnishing of cups.
Hver now In otne of tlie hotels I
nd In many public places the drink-1
lug cup haj been withdrawn This Is
no evidence of economy on the part
of the keepers of these places but
comes In the way of gradual oil-1
ucatlou to a people which has been I
depending on tho public fciint to
supply Its thirst-reliever. In the j
place of the cup sitting on a .-dand j
or hung to a chain where the hale j
and hearty and the sl.-k and the
lame halt and the blind nllke may !
drink there must be th: Individual
receptacle of some sort or other.
If he who Is parching would par-
take This new law gives rise to an In-
dustry which heretofore although In
existence has 'novor flourished with (
vigor tho fo.dlngcup Industry.:
These made Sometimes f tin anil I
sometimes of a paper preparation I
may lie purchased for a small sum
and e.isily fit tlia pocket. The one
who would drink Instead of reaching
for tho same cup that many a con-
sumptive may have drunk from
feeU Instead among hl. diary and
his foiiutalc-pen and his check
book until he feci the little flat
contraption nudges It Into cup-
' shape and turns u the faucet. Such
I will be the ease with every ono
who would drink publicly after tho
1 first of April.
Tills law published first a fow
1 das ago with the rest of tho rul-
ings of tlie board or health among
which are official bars to crocked
dishes In public l atnuraius re
qtilrcmcnts of absolute sanitation In.
the handling of public foods and tho
I like physicians say will greatly
decrease the spread of tuberculosis
Genus of this disease are easily dis-
tributed by the drinking cup method
Witli over a half-iiiKlIon consitinii-
tlvea over the country traveling
from homes to health resorts cups
on trains and in railway stations
and hotels are literally saturated
.with these disease germs say the
authorities. Iong lias without clean-
ing is maintained in most cf the
places mentioned and one vessel
Infected may distribute tuberculosis
to a countless cumber.
Consumption is contagious when
the porsou exposed Is lu any way
run down physically and may lodge
not on'.y in the lungs but In a
weak knee or an ailing stomach or
In any place ab. ut tho 'body where
Mormal health has been dissipated.
These weak parts unless exposed
may remain only weak throughout
life physicians Kiy. without much
harm to the one afflicted but If i
tubercular oxiMMurc Is made and
the disease sots in active Invalids
are exposed Cutting off the drink-
ing cup resulting in slight Incon-
venience for awhile will result even-
tua.ly lu the public becoming used
to tho change and a decided de-
crease In the tubercular rate.
We offer One Hundred Dollarj 11
ard for any case of Catarrh th
can not bu cured by Hall's Catarrh
1 K. J. CHKNICV & CO. Toledo 0.
We tho undersigned hare known
j I' J. Cheney for the last 15 yoarj
and believe him perfectly honorable !
In nil business transactions and (I j
I nanriaiiy atiie to carry out any obll
I gallon made by hh firm
Waldlng. Klnnan & Marvin
Wholesale OruggU's Toledo O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intor
nally acting directly upon the bloou
and mucous surfaces of the sv.itein
Testimonials sent free. Price 7f cen'
per bottle. Sold by all dnmls's
Take Hall's Family Pills for con '
stlpatlon. d& I
REPRIEVE FOR MURDERER.
Convicted Sextuple Murderer Gets
New Lease on Life
Hlehmond Va .Ian. 0. Howard
i Little tho convicted Huclianan coun-l
j ty sextuple murderer who win sen '
toured to bo ele trocuted tomorrow
has secured a new louse of life I
for thirty days. (lovernor Swatison
granted the roprlovo whlh g'ves
Llttlo a llttlo mora tlmo on earth
Wttlo stands convicted of the
"Cook sa.s it's K C I! 1 in- IW.lili 1 uly."
"Arc ytm sui u t'Ui ? I tliouiJiL that was a clicup lukinjr powder."
"W-. l.uh i" k ill t piAuhih'il lio cheap nl anv prk . 'Kraid von all's preju-
Yes lady we're afraid so too. IVcjudiiv does keep us out of lots of Huo tliiu.; in
this life. When it come baking1 powdir tho prejudice vanishes when you try
Moderate in price hut not cheap. Used exclusively on the diners of many railroad;;
and in the finest hotels where highest quality is sought regardless of cost.
Made of the purest tested ingredients. Guaranteed under all Pure Food Laws. If
you don't like K C better than any other your grocer returns your money.
You'll be more than pleased and wonder at the modest price. Here's the reasoti
we're not in the trust. Our price is the fair price for a perfect baking powder 25 cents for a
25-ounce can. A higher price is extortion.
C. t a cut on tri.il tin l r o tr iritifinti' -. S.'tul in the cniitm it contains nu'iitioniiu this paper anil
t ill mail you "TIp- Cook's Hook" .i I'm collection of s. Kctiil recipes by Mrs. Janet M. Hill beauti-
fully iUns.tr ite" 1. book you will pri.e. P.r.i't f .il to i;a it. It's worth u dollar .o any housewife.
Juqucs Mfg. Co. Chicago
murder of Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge
Meadows ai.d their chlldnn and
Mrs. Itetsey .lustls the mother oi
Mrs. .Meadows. Tlie purpose of the
murder was robbery.
Tlie killing of the six persons was
tho most atrocious crime lu Virginia
history. The man to get monev to
leave his wife to elope with a mar-
rk'd woman entered the .Meadows
home at night. He killed Meadows by
striking him on tlie head with a
Winchester llfie as .Meadows slept.
He then killed the defensel'-s wo-
man and her trhee children. "Aunt
Hetty" .lustls was shot thr ugli the
head. I.Ittie then set fire to the
Iioiibo and erfemutod tlie bodies.
I'Ycllug ran high among the Vir-
ginians who Immediately started a
search kittle was arrested and
placed in tlie Jail at Lebanon. A
moil was organized. The man was
moved under a guard of twelve
armed officers to tlie (iruudy coun-
ty Jail before the mob made Its
The most damaging piece of evi-
dence against kittle was a blojdy
penny ho .had given a newsboy the
day after the murders. His wife
and daughter have deserted lilin.
Ho treatened to kill his wife should
she tell ho was not at home the
night of the murders.
A Wretched Mistake
to (ndure the Itching painful distress '
of Piles. There's no need to Listen:
"I suffered much from I'lles" writes
Will A. Mnrsh. of Bller City. N. t.
"till I got a lox of ItucklenV Arnica
Salve and was noon cured." Hums
Holls Ulcers Fever Sores l-krzoma
Cuts Chapped Hands Chilblains van-
ish before it. 20c at Ardmore Pharma-
cy. Smith to Quit Press Bureau.
Ciilhrlo Okla. Jan. 5 Oeorg"
Sugar C a n e
made in to syrup
by the P. & F.
It's At Your Crocot'n
Pf.HICK & F0F?D. Ltd.
NEW ORLEANS LA.
Smith editor of the Chandler Trlb-
inn will hhortly olfer his resigna-
tion :i.- chairman of tlie state demo-
ciatb' p IX' H.i bureau it Is rumored
that Smith will have charge of tho
V;uli''i'iiilorl;il campaign of .ludv
I II. A. Hobertson rf Chandler.
Rctaileri. Meet Tonight.
Tlie Ileliillers' Association v II '
in session tills nftenioi n. Til" a .."
elation is moving along well and
Is giowlug in strength and in up i
berslilp. It has been tile ni'iii i.f
Admiral Evans on
"The Panama CanaP'
No more valuable or poptilat feature' appeared during
the past year than Admiral hvans' Navy Articles in
Judged from the point of view of tlie American peo-
ple it is particularly fortunate that Rear-Admiral Kvans in
his retirement has turned his attention to the discussion of
the great problems of our maritime affairs.
His first Panama article is published in
January On Sale Now 15c a copy
January HAMPTON S is uniiuesU'inably the most
reinatkable magazine ev offeted the American publte
The editorial and art m.wcna! m th's one number e'st
ji'jri.OHO Von get it all foi I ft tents.
PEARY'S OWN STORY
OF THE DISCOVERY OF THE NORTH POLE
The highest-priced editorial teatute that has appeared
in any magazine starts in JANUARY HAMPTON'S
livery intelligent man ami woman in America will read it.
He sure to start with the first chapter which intitule- the
first real photograph of the American b lag at the North Pole.
HAMPTON'S MAGAZINE N. Yoilt
preventing tho passage of many
worthless checks and has doivj a
vast work lu protecting Its nmubcrH
I Simple Remedy for LaGrlppe.
i U'lCrlpim coughs are dnngerous us
I they frequently develop Into pneu-
monia. I'oley's Honey and Tar i ot
' only stops the cough but heals nnd
I strengthens tho lungs so that no se
I rloua results need bo feared. The
genuine Foley's Honey and Tar con
tains no harmful drags and Is In a
yellow package Sold by all drug
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