The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 280, Ed. 1, Sunday, May 1, 1910 Page: 2 of 12
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Ardmor Sunday May 1
IN THE BLOOD
A Bal Humor Broke Out as
a Small Sore - - Intense
SoHerini for Five Years.
A Permanent Cure by Hood'i
'On '- IMtjr i morning I found
wlint mcmcd tn be a mosquito blto on
ihr elf of mv right I off. Boon tho
:.ri! griW I.irK' r UIIil continued day
V t id) hemming mnri! nnil tnoni
r. libit --nmr. (in phynlolnn nilvlod
I 11 tk mi' nmitli'T physician toM mo
to uso n rubbi r bnrnlngo but Hip oro j
Krrw orso until tbfre waa not a iot
of lniUhy "kin an Inrgf 11 ten-mnt
li.i In i iii toy knoc mi'! ankle.
thirl plililn prowrlbi'd n p.tste
ntul tm n ii H.iiiiit in m-rnfulmn
triitlbl. tr'.it'-d If f'T a yir. Tho
enro npi'infd to bi healing but In a fw
months broki' out an bud iih over. I
li.nl Mv belli sulTerlng for more tli.in
llvo ye i". My Irff watt ilroailful
Hfiht. Thorn wore place io large mi'l
il cp lli.il an egg iiilaiit bvo been put
Into them. I tolil tin- leg muni
bo Minput it' ll.
'Out' il Y i ni lubbor Bpnko of tlio
nliir of IImimI'" S uipurlllu for
mrofu' i in'1 I iIiimikIiI I might an
will t iki It. lb fori- I IIiiIhIhmI tin)
first bottle I xuifcrcl loss pain nnl
could Hie tlm edges of tbe soro begin-
ning to IiimI.
"So I eontlnui'd taking Hood's Hnr-
ftap.ll Ilia timl before long till' nolo was
vomplotely bi'ali'l ami my general
health perfect. I believe It my luty
to till what Hood's KarnaiMirllla I1.11
iloni' for mi'" .Mrs. Josephine S.ir-
;int. 28 Mm olu street lixoter N. I!.
Hood's S.trsap.ullU effecta It won-
ilerful cure. not Pimply became It
itint.iliiB narsaparllla but b(oauio It
combines the utmost rutiietll.il v.iluca
of more than CO different IngnvtleiitM.
iiiih gro.itlv strengthened and cn-
iiihi.l liv thin peculiar I'oniblniitloii.
riii'N' I no K'll substitute for It.
..r.-.-.l iii 1 1 1 1 v anv nri'liaratloii mid
lio "Just iih good" you may
Ih Inferior. ftistH It'HH to
Coa Drinks Before the Courts
Current Information Relative to the Activity of the
Pure Food Authorities.
(iu It I
Inquiry developed tin- tart that the
oca-Coin Compnnv maintain some-
ihlng like ifvt'ii minutaciurliu iuhiiih
HcnUered uxor the Culled States
when- coi a cula In mantitncturod and
that thi olflciiilB of tho pure mod do-
p.iltmotil planum t make stlzutos nl
thi- product of many or all of those
by this Coca-Cola people to ttiu Gov-
ernment llliel against C'lK-a-Cola In
( list aniHiKa.
.Itnljif (iriildi inaiii' an abii- and colli-
prelii'imivi' i liaiKo to the Jury and In
i hi tliaiKi' Iii' dlM-iiiHi'd oi'tv Ifittillui
i of thi' i-ahe Hi- oIlarKfd ttiu Jill y that
iKnorancu on tliu patt of tin- dofond-!
antj of tlio pitMi'tuu In lliflr drink of'
' 'oc'itlno iii.il caffoliio wan no oxeuae (
I That thi' llnani'lal suciitiH of Cora-!
Cola bus cauaud a Inrm- iiiiiuIkt ofi
Himliiir ill inks to lie placed on tlm j
marki'i wiih hIiowh by Dr. II. C. Kull
or. out' of ;hi' pure lood uxports fnmi
VanhliiKton. Dr. Puller nwore tlnttj
thoro wero ovur 100 driiiku on tlm.
t.i.n.i. i.ni i hut inr miiiic ri'liioii tin
1 . I .... ...I.. t ......! ...l
to I'Xlllil III. lliarHl'l v ii ii-ii roill.tllieil iuiiviik; nii'i
iiiitiiedla eiy orderi'd to
that there were
The effect of
about fiO which con-
i I'i-oiii Nalloiial llolller
Aplll 5 1!M0.
MIbriiiidliiK -"ll the labels oi III tin
llti'rature of bovorciRuR li evmentiy
the Iokr wult of the fnUcil Slates
tloviTiimi'lit. nrllliK tinder and by the
mithorlty of tho I"ed;ral I'liro Food
m. It ticUUty In thin roHpecl m
lieeomliia initrkeil. fnporliilly In Lie
mutter of lnbelliiK botlio the nliup nnd purt' lood ofilelBlt r- Iiihi
i...v.t-ii....- nf tin. illffeient tvtip.H tit ' limy wen
... t ...Li.. i. I I ul..(. liirthi... i.llll'l.rf Of CO''!WObl
tola .irl.iKR. M'enu ... - ( t)lo
"' I W1" '" ; " ' !Pli. of the country l.o tonmim-
(n OCtibor IS. l!.oa. a h l..n....t .for htflria the Hirr. of lta (t qIlull:lw f rlnkH can be
cticn-fOIB WHH inline ny Hie i " "" mat HUB wiim-ihh iiivii i
Co. of Atlanta. t!a to a boUllutt colli- .m imcerlaliutl iimhi k1 mithorlty I
pan til ChiilliimHiBii. Teiin. which wiik HuiI Co: Ki eMtinnn I. UvlmtMon tit
.i i.v i-.iii.riitiieiii aiiil auiilnsl ii... i.riii lilH iict of tlitiritla ban been
''3 ". . ....
..r ii... ......ii
('IV HOI HO HI Hit' MH-e "' ""- "-
cola lu'oplt' lor Koine tlino paitt.
CoimroHHiiiaii Llvlimston In reported
iih havltiK iittai'ki'd the Intt'Krlty of
Ktftotary or AurlfiiUurv NVIIntm. pre-
mimably bcoaiiKe of 1i1k notion In rot-
I'li'iice to cooa-tola.
And tho Iiiflnnl j of ano Ib kIoii
iim the ciiiiho lor IrlH action. Sot-rotary
UiIhou kotsnly leKimtH reflection upon
lib intoKrltv or aso. ami it is a . u- tr(l) th)ir(! n(xt m)Ill(l y R.ttnK
known laot In WiwliliiKton that ho li vr(iut (n!lt r;l(fti. lK dcletorlous
miNloiiH to bilim to Jinttlce criminal ( h(Ml t . offciais hope
. . . .. .i... r.....l IIP !IHV .
to inako ii HtrotiKt'r case lualnnt tno
which a libel an entered olmrKltm
ioltitlon of tho I'mo I'ood I.iiw In
that the coi a-cola Birup did not contal'i
piopoitloB of el hor tho coca or loin
plantH u BynnpHlB or which o puh-
lhthed at tho time. Some of tlio Hlrup
wan font to tho ehetnlr.M In the ISnv-
oinmont Horvlio at WaHlilniston for
Hecontly tho (iovernnient t attorney
wl h a vlow or amtindlni; hU caKe.
baxod bin alloKiitloint that tho Corn-
t'ola Coinpany alloKod tho Hlrup con-
tained tliimo HiibHtalii'ort on Mie labolH
and aiUortlKiunonlH on the packao.
oaBlly linaKlni.'d after the toHtlmonv
j by thoHo noted oxperts an to the of-
I foetit of tlio tlniKK In eonnidorod
I One of tho HlKhlllcau reaiuroB of
I I ho trial was tho fact tiat tho ilofemio
I nfforttl no uvldotico oxport or tithor-
wine to Hhow the effects or cocaltif
i tir caffeine wore other than declared
by the (overitmonCH witnesses.
The pun; food department officials
ero anxious to have the caffeine font-
lire brouKlit before a Jury In advance
of the ease nKalnst the CK'iCtiln prti-
duct In Chattanoima. which Is net fir
other lawn involvlnu his department.
he sure It
dollcloiiM nnd rofroHlilnic coca-ctda
Attorney for defendant entered ox-i .r lUrmlnKhain Ala. under date;
ceptlon In tha: the allonatloiiH ere iiroh 1) we loam ot tno prosocu-
not Hpeclilc onouli. HtatltiK that tho tlon f it ..Se MKalnst the Celery Cola
label did not Hpoclfy the liiKredlents 1 Company for violations of tho pure
or tho sirup which exception was 1 rxtl law. The case was brought be
talnttl by Judite Sanrord. ! fore .Indue (Jrubb of tho V. S. Court.
The procoedliiKit on .March U wore i. .vldeiico was lutorostlni;.
I morolv n piollmlnniy skirmish mid ()m. plivslclan swore that two drinks
I tho iittornoyK for tlio Atlanta oitiupatiy ..lut:iliiliiu the mixture of cocaine
houuht to prevent the (lovornniont ' .ff.iiu. nhown to be In
dealer a larner prollt
Today 111 upual liquid form or In i boo-
olated tablets known as S.irs.it.ili--.
s; u it tt n u :: n
tt :: tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
Mass will bo road at nine
sharp billowed by Sunday
Sermon ilui'lnn inass. Kv-
welcoino. JAM US J. WAI.I.ItAI'P.
1 from muendliiK its orlKlnal bill. The
i JudKo consented howtjver for the ills-
' trlct altornoy to titter inoro amend-
I monta mid these will be prepared lm-
medla'ely and prosontod. The defend-
ant will then have ton days In which
tt ' tn answer.
tt The case will 1m heard on Its inor-
S iM. In Atlanta. In .May and then It
tt ' will be that tho (lovornment will pro.
tt sent the case auaiust tho Atlanta con-
corn i" full-
It Is charKod by the district attor-
ney that the name coca-cola on the
niUlit kill a child of five years old.
Several physicians swore that caf-
feine should not bo tiiken unless un-
der the direction of a physician or
trained ume. They pointed out that
when It was possible for people ")
Indiscriminately lint this ilrttK in i
drink at soda fountains and consume
It ureal Injury lo health Is liable It
was shown under oath that the drink-
Iiik of caffeine Indiscriminately I" oola
drinks was liable to produce serious
results on people afflicted with oiuanu-
diseases for which caffeine was absu-
Atlanta product which Is admitted to
Some of the evidence submitted lo
the Jury by the witnesses for the (!ov
eminent as to the effect of caffeine
was sensational and came as a sur-
prise to those who had believed caf
feine was not harmful Kxports swore
that It only required alout four weeks
to acquire tho tWuk habit and every
witness poln'ed out the harmful er-
rect on the drinkers particularly wo-
men and children
Worth of New Goods
Must be Sold in Next 30 Days
A. C.Young Furniture Co.
Flrfct Presbyterian Church.
Services will bo held today at It
a m and S p. in.
Attiiilay M-hoo! at IT. a. ni.
Tho subject for the mornlim ser-
vice Is Is tho Hoy Safe." A sermon
01 olvle rlKhtoousncss.
At nlKht Men- lluchler or Miilnr..
(Jermaiiy will conduot a Twentieth
Century mhir service imslslod by tho
cordial Invitation Is extendi" I to
CIIAS C WHIT! I. r.istor
labels Is false and misleading boc.iuso ut.iv injurious. In ithor words pro-
It represents that the package labeled j nvlliK diseases ncedlliK driiKS ell-
colitalnod coca and cola and that the 1 1 1 1 - different from caffoliio wore Ha-
drink contains neltlier of these ll"n. tn K'l'oat Injury b cotisumlni; this
alfo charKos that tho pictorial design rni! U .la drinks at soda fountains
of t old leaves and cola nuts Is i llil feature or the trial came is a
violation of the law because It Is a instinct surprise and produced .1 son-
HUMKostlon tif the presence or cola In nation. I tuusi be Imrtie In iiiltld
the drink. It Is also churned tti:it ; tluit we ate simply reporting the case
coca-cola is adulterated. In that coca i .s i w:iH presented without proju-
which formerly appeared in the drink 1 (.
has been abstracted. 1 Alter IioIiik tint seven hour ;o jury
Jill the (Jovernmelit's case analnst the
Appropos ot the alKivo wo loam byi company liroiiKli In a
veiillct or ktullty on March 12.
l-'or some time the expertH
East Artlmnre Presbyterian Church. I
Services todiiv at II n. m. .ind at!
the way or Washington D. C. that
officials of tho Coca-Cola Company am
brlnnlnir every pressure to bear on
Secretary Wilson to make him bellev1
ho has violated an agreement to stop!
seizures of their product under the I
Pure I'ood liw until a case URalnst
tho concern In ChattanooKU Is finish
ii :i it :i u n n it u it tr
tt PROPAGATION IN POLITICS
u tt a tt t: tt tt tt
(lly Hon. (ieorge II. Walker) 1
A minister of tho Cospel in thoj
state of Washington has stepped i
down from his pulpit lie says he
Is solni; to enter polities and lead n
more practical life. That ho desires
to tlo thliiKs ami persons and Is tired
of dolni; Ideals and belni; done by all
comers. Tho nontloiuaii Is tired or
pushing clouds. Kvidontly not an
oukIo. Iluzzards fly low . The sun
Is there In tho clouds Is It not? Alftv
tho west star and the north? I here
are the caves for the thunders roar
nnd the shield of the IlKhtnliiK. There.
In the clouds. Is atmosphere with its!
rich colors painted by the breezes.
charged with electricity dipped Ii-ji
lake and river. The minister evident-1
ly smells afar the carcass. Carrion
dellshts him. Our minister Dr. Woltnj
does not setiiu to have tired of Ideals i
ati.l also keeps busy doing things. Dr.!
iWoith Is very practical and yet ho
lives under a blue sky. His Idea Isl
7 l"i p in . by Uv. Clark of Sulphur.
Sunday si hool at :i p. in. liv tr hody yot only has John S. Candler a for-
InM'eil tn tiioso sorvtct iner (leorpa supreme court Justice
H. T. HUNT 1'antor. !im attorney for this concern boon
In Washington In the Interest of stop-
Se-ices today at 11 a m. Subject i
liverlatlng Punishment " tioldou!
text l.uke l'.'.IT. lliniwmsivo rend-
ing lVoklel ;t:t : l-il. 1S-20 3033. Sun-
tiny r 'hmi! at lo . in.
WtdiHMlay evoniiiit at s o'cltick.'
Ti tluioti al mootinit. ltouditiK rtwim1
oprn. J to Moi!h Wetlncwlays
mid Saturdays. Thoo mootlnM are
ho: lu our church homo on West
llrtiadw.iv Wo Invite all to moot
1. - f.i-get Home Ice cream or
n . vmii dinner tod
iiori-'MAv.v imrc. co.
nou the lime lo plim Ic
it K i
Ideal plot pi to pi nil II
thu Icsl way there
Drop m" ii pontiil foJiiy
heautilut booUt'f on
H J. ttri-NAN
ti I- A. (i. I. . .. t
plug more eases against his compauy
bin on .March 7 the Agricultural De-
partment watt visited by Asa (1. Cand-
ler. Jr.. and Milton Hlredi with a
view to turthor convince tho Secre-
tary that no morn cases should be
Investigation at the Agricultural Do-
imminent developed tho fact that the
only tomblaiicc of an agreement thai
could be claimed b tho Coca Cola
people n a letter that omauatod
trout the company lu Atlanta. In which
it vvim agiced that If the Pure Kood
hiii liorttlc would hold up further solz '
ures of coou-colti the iiiuipanv's ottl-
cials would toiinHi- to the trial of
tliei: cane lu CbattantHign upop i'h
nioilts and mat they would not re-
Mii i to technicalities
Sufticlotit evldeito lias bocti found
tii.it so rong iKdtttcul ajilanco has
. i cti t;lvotl the c.lUBt' of tho Coca-Cola
i'. ni. puny that coupled with the pros--me
by the official of this company.
Set rotary Wlln com-ontod to this
It lu boon louml however- at least
.'. U mi s 4tt ed tli.it whilo the pure
td depurtmont has pntctlcnlly abld-
.I tin.- ainiiigi'ineiit the
.ill. i.il li.im resurti'd to uuniotxius
tivhiiiciilliliM. aud where It has hiwn
' l.ilmed thai tho Doparttuent of Agrl-
i u'ture liiu viola'tHl ita part of the sup-
poM'd arrmifioiiieut it would seem that
i ii- fin i nla nflii i.iU t lieiiiM'lves lo-
I ited tlu lr..
Wtishlngton have been working hard
on this case and It In known that the
points Involved have been considered
important because of future prosecu-
tions. It was in this case that tl.
exports hhow ed for the first time tan
carfolno in such drinks Is doleterio.is
to health and the verdict ol guilty
upholds tho conton'ioa of tlif pure
rood department officials..
The principal fight of the defense
was not to uphold tho drink again't
which the (iowrninont was making
a crusade but to keep a verdict of dual thing leads him on. It is true
guilty from being found against tin In tho ministry aud in politics. Thoy
prominent lllriiiitighani men who we-e are natural co-respondents
lu tie company. One of the defend-1 One day 1 stood on tho warm bank
ant was excluded in ttiu Judge's of my liver. In an acre of strawber-
charge on the ground that ho wiHes My neighbor Hans across tho
niorel.v a stockholder and not an id ; road had his acre of strawberries.
Tho others Hans came up to mo aud said: "Judge:
pica that they you have large line strawberries audi
In the Celery mine are small why Is thl?" I said: !
loft the inan-j'ilnns I have a row of Wilson straw-
agi'iui'iit to an agent who had been berries hero ai t! a row of Crescent
told to iakf charge and run the com- straw berries thoro. one row Is male
pany I and tho other female. They co-res-
The question for tlio Jury to decide pond. Sco? You have only the WI1-
tlcor of the company
sought to escape by tho
had merely put money
i Cola Company and had
wan whet her or not trls authority del-
earned to the maiiiiKor of the company
had boon stiutcloiit to warrant tho
slilpplnic of the particular Jug of sirup
to New Orleans w hich had been solzofi
by the lio eminent and on which the
prosecution was tuned
Heretofore the pure food offlciaii
have prosecuted manufacturers of cola
drinks on the ground that they wore
inUbrntulod by oarryim; lalxds which
wore false and misleading tir that they
contained eooitlno The foatute In the
rldor of the Arlington at Washington.'
Tho bishop looked at me and said
"You sir. are rrom Ok lahoma What
pray Is tho matter with Oklahoma?"!
I replied. "Your Hovoronco. the sick
noss or Oklahoma Is as old as tho!
0 ' hills. .Vow litigland had the same dls-j
B ease. China In the Orient has been!
lJ Klmilai-lv afflicted for centuries- The
a J conformation of Oklahoma Is ilefcctlvo
tt tt tt a tt tt I principle. Oklahoma under a co.i- j
stltutlon that looks like my grand-
mother's quilt has sot Itself apart
rrom the states and nation. It has'
placed a stone wall around It like I
China. It has sequestered Itsoir like j
tho Five Civilize 1 Tribes or Indians
Oklahoma ha devoted all Its energy I
to tho development or Its Individual j
valuation. It has done nothing to en-
hance Its cohesive valuation Oklaho
ma Is a great unit as New ICngland 1
and China wore great units. Okia-
honia is an Ingrowing toe tall Okla-
homa grows towards Its own centre.
This Is an ancient error It Is an old
school fallacy." I said. "Your Itov '
erenco It Is contrary to the teachings j
of tho Catholic church. The mod-
ern principle or organization Is ex-
patislon. Oklahoma failed to catch It. '
Tho true principle of progress Is toj
I wear sticking plaster and get near
nnd next to all. To co respo: d .hmiu
miles of railroad is surveyed In Okla-j
honia and Is waiting for foreign cap-'
Ital which dare.H not cross tho stat"
lino. Colonization and emigration goesj
around Oklahoma or through It like a)
doso of salt. All Is Invited to stay
out. Oklahoma now experiences a'
condition of arrested development be-!
cause It does not corrosimnd. Okla-
homa Is a corn stalk In tho open Held
It has everything except productive'
life. It Is not good ior a man to llvo
tilono. It Is not good lor a state to
lu one row is the republican party.
In tho other row Is tho democratic
party. The other rows are hor tracks
Prom the co-ordination of those poll-
j tit-til onerglo we achieve political
Morality is the test of a political
party. Tho people may bo weak as
Individuals. As a mass tho people au
moral. Politicians accordingly assume
virtue. They go down when tho poo-
plo timl the flaw In their armor.
If tho constitution makers of Okh-
They are old bach- honia have again conspired to hogi'o
See?" Hans looked.! the democracy of Oklahoma and cm-
hool and snld "I Kotlniit tho conttol of the machine
I bo d d if I breed I the election of the seer of Tishomingo
for governor and tho recost of the ban
and reproduces in actors of the old regime. If back In
till Is the rule the gonoral's tent there sits Charles 1.
and anl- who has said: "I am the state
mill'! wiio Is lnylng his llnal pipes for a
seat In tlip t. S. senate. If these
plans are In the making something Is
sought to bo accomplished by ludlroc-
tho earth. Ills Ideal the iky or per-i
spoctlve. The rising tho sotting sun ;
lias no more. j
A minister In Chlcapo one day roll
rrom grace. He ontrred the legal
profession but ho round no clients i
lie round that character were as nec-
essary an asset In the law as tho
ministry. It scorns a man needs two
things. An idea and an Ideal. This
May 2 1910
Arrive Muakogoo ...
KOI Ml l H I r
R)K I'VKTIIHK INFORMATION
II. D. McCOLLOM
elors. No good.
Then turned on
back to (iermatiy.
pairs. Kory where
In the mineral vcKotahli
mal kingdom. In tho ImmIv.
hiiiI spirit nature produces and repro-
duce tn pair.
One day I put thU proposition to the
loea-Ula t..ir- fobi e.iso rhni a ilrlettrlou "en
S MRS WINSLOW'S SOOTHING
? In Urn ua. il r Willi. mi of Niithsrt for tli'lr
; iliirni mi In li'i-ihin fur our llfly li-n
) II Hint III I'hll.l vfli n III. KUDK. .llu
) 1 .III r - almt inll- uJ It UK U- I
J r in ) t r'lurrhi
t l.x i i. i'i i: t'i vi 4 miTTir
liurrdlont had been added lu til
of enffolne was now
That the tae was taken seriously
by the coca cola officials of Atlanta
w as allow a b the presence In the
court of Harold Hirch. of the law firm
o! Candler. Thompson & Hirnch tho
Cota-Cula attorneys. Mr. Hirbiii's ap-
pearance In lllrminghain was consider-
ed as significant by the (Nivcrumont
experts from Wa-lilng'on.
I placed lu the centre of
a kernel of corn. 1 hood every
shape! wood down. I placed at the dUposal
of that kernel of corn every onorgv
of tho soli. I ImaRined tho stock
would iio to hlfrh heavens and the
ear would be a large as a baso hall
hat All was tailitre tho stock was
pun. tho ear pun) lly tho side of
this acre another acre produced a
thousun! lar.-o oars of corn. Why this
Tho Oklahoma fanner will give you
Mr Hirsih consulted now and Again! the answer. I will answer you boron1
with the attortuijK for the Celery Cola
lH'.plt aud It was noticed that the de-
' ft'u-se used part of the answer made
I am through.
One morning this winter I was In-
rDduccd to Wallop Ireland In the cor
one turn that could not stand up by dive j
Hon. This is as abliorout In poll-. s
as lu tho law. It is unmoral.
If tho fool friends of Theodore'
Hoosevolt stayed at the pmt In a ct n
grosslonnl district In Massachusetts
and another congressional district In
Now York and proposo to ropou Mils
programme until the Ides of .Vivein
iKir so as to insure a democratic con-
gress and revive the demand for the
presidential nomination of Hoosev.'lt
In 191-'. This Is unmoral.
If tho mayor and commissioners of
Ardmore are utility as "li.irKt'd. That
Th wages of sin Is death. The
. . r....t 1. tll irr.i.if I I llllt lu tlw.l' .lit tlitm.u fni tti.i if-ipl.l
.... ....... F. ...!.''. -l-ln. III. ll.lV'ik IITlliaill.I'M?!. 11.111 I 11 V. Il.lLrilll 1NII1 I
no time or disposition to forgive. Why K'i- 1 heso arc tho four rounds
tho people pulled their Idol tiown troui 'o iiiuuer on which you ciimu i
tho highest pedostal for being ini-i Ktemlty. Thoro It Is. Selfishness and
polite. I refer to Ailimrai Dowoy. Tho ro'lglon or egoism am altruism 01
hero of the .Meriimac was as quickly j the Idea and the Ideal strike hands
hot aside for a similar reason. The In some way and go forth Into th
people aro as punctilious and sensitive I future ns did tho deaperado .:u'
as tho Vatican. .Morality Is the ro-J priest Into tho pathless expaiiio u
suit of correspondence between the tho Louisiana Purchase. Humanity
idea and ideal Common sense ami j and Divinity .Man and Cod. liar'h
religion. I predict a short poli:'-.-il anil Heaven. Now and Korover. Hoy
career for the Washington t'X-niin: iter al pairs. Hitch a hemisphere. To-
unless he can carry Into the politics i gother a man or a world
of the northwest every prayer ho Another has Illustrated this propln
i made at the altar of the church un-iqulty In nature In this song:
lots every political purpose n r in hor-' Por It Is wrltton upon the flower
oil In 11 pure niotko. The gentleman that sweetens tho morning air upon
Is in wrong In his thought whlc'u Is1 the breoo that rocks tho rose upon
over the rather of the act. He Is Its stem upon the dew that in listens
not yet started from the po.t. I do the sprig of moss lu yonder dosen
not see how ho can hopo to teiiii thel upon the ocean that rocks every
Judges stand. Plrst all men achlev swimmer upon Its bosom upon the
Roirishiiess. That Is thoy do things penciled rock lu tho crevice deep
!ml for themselves and families. Second upon the sun In whose light we live
some men achieve fraternity that Ib ami grow upon those things and oth
thoy do things for their neighbors ers It s wrltton none of us llveth to
i Third some achieve pati'olltui .lu.t ourselves.
'is .thoy do things for their country
men aclilo..' r 'Uiou.l A:lmortito Want Arte are the Iihsl
We Don't Mind the Owner
watching us while wo nro doing a
job of plumbing for him. Wo tlo hon-
est work nil tho time and it makes
no tlllTeronco who looks on or who
tloen't. Wo shall be olad to Ugurp
cn your nest job. If we get It you
and wo will both be plensotl.
SAMUEL A WEEKS
'it SOUTH WASHINOTON.ST.
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