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Ardmore, Thunday, July 5, 1W6. N
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. v.. d,...4-,t nr Ilk li MM C?t fHl ARDMOREITE PUBLISHIMO ( WHAT WILL ARIZONA DOT COMPANY. i It H a foroaoao ivmOmUm toal 14. .r Ham President s MlJeo whto )att - u Brm VUo-Pretldent ; ,fc-t -rffl XrbMi 4 TWt . A. KajUnd. Manama I tk jjrftr twrnory tow wnr . .... TPf.Ar.rn . Aiaodate EdltO? aam It&ttlf irtti ltf a fisuni nww-' i jrrvi'mwvM i r. rjiy Boiiaei m" ormrT iMB j,trf ire I . . . . m - . . - - H6KmS LABEL rat. bot ' fcw ItOr" of OklUMMM. fT "t Vo- ltTo. sm mttj aa 1 ass tbtetcteK tat Nrw Mlks a4 Artaooa OT TM to Urd at the Pottoae at AxCmwe yaat utlK4.' Ut be as Boond-CU MUr, November It i kBw H mmM ll too tlm. IMk the aoaator mm! t pr.Mr-t ... iit, th UanazlBK K3!Wr I . utmHr liMlrau that I)m work m ill ra Uteri rruiwn w - t mU., to wWefe tb-y bar 'ortal lrtcentn4 with tte P"H . coeapto. Uent or BoiIdom Uanager on btul TCRM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. The Weekly Afdmorelte. r-r Tear, by Mill $ li Uontba THm Month The Delly Ardmorelta. ' Wwi On Month 10 It 16 (0 pot their haa da afcall b com tm4 W eaaaot he tMaMag. iwwf?r. that tb immm MlawtliK Mr. JVxuMf veit are Mr- MlaM tbeui CMTtar inc. "t wut all : ttrtHori W ttoo. b mr- He a wtmtawtw lr all four ( tbM tftiUHtmr Ui Hmnth R4n Im4im; lrly recnKn (ram UfttB. If Um two urrHoHei eV ot areopt. Ma a4t1c. "I iller It vr"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"." 00 wMi t ).( af yam k(o " An TTonw refleUon xifm the tMey Ht anetbor wrtnttT to eat'-r rhara'cter reputation of ny per- th. Mtoa." lwlRte Aadrnwii trf Nmr aea which may printed In the Ar Mexko woilcta that the tK tor lotnt ThtVaaanUon ct whl-l.,.- -' fe puhllaher PHONES. ei . inaicer'a Offlc M CKy Mltofi Offlca loo Wtane 613 190. Ardmore, Thuraday, July ANOTHER POLITICAL PARTY. Arizona ruefully. "We are buffa loed. and thw may -ote U come In. or the Dfcwljr dlMororcd oxpfctAtlon that thme two turrltorlwi will coalc-ace and ame In tORrther. there la no ap parent r"aon oxcept tlmt Arltonaa determine opposition wan a "bluff, and cpt the natural deelre of men In authority to flnlnh the Job which T . . . ... i -...I. they have b"gun. Tbo eifort to link up A conference waa ne.u in m. - .... Mrtnil. lh nrMlc. thi other day and the announcement i "i. . nut that tho oonfor' had sot I - foot a m,elnent for h. orRan - " "of ,et Ucmof a new , m. . rf hM a notel idea. ,lMcrlbp ,t. Th,f prMence of tho two ,l)l!,tbeM,nH M rmn the tmn,,l men at a banquet la Be in to ntruct the party from tho nm, ., ther try. i y m ii f brwiKht fare to face nml part- an that may im ouikjb m um i.. ... . . . . . ' . . ' t. v calolod. partly conritraln'-d, to pica enunciaiwi y i " i - which after all. are tho controiiiiiK lac ' inn of Rovoriimental aRalra, aay the ' .uET:r n. ,-rt,- a J accept anyl.ly, P.ea that ,f. wen u me nmii'iiutt ......-,. We ad viae Arzlona to coriimlt IU own pormanant IntnreeU. and not to there In no end, and aa with the latter, It may bo noted In hlatory that they Krank Heed, a negro aniKilnted n It may bo noted ... .... ory at ui-y n , nAmMtlnlim at uro cvanenceut ami Inclined to ranlah ... ,,,,,,., aa tl, fanciful lahr.c ... a un-.n. (q bM MuRkBeo Jul. Then. I. rnoMi tor uui two ch. ,r m ,(f. In the Ui.lt.Hl Htate.. the dominant ''J ' ' tu.d Ita rival. Olhor (Kirtlea are born, live for a ontniHilisn or a ""; colmmilUwm, ...nveatkH,. Alrmdy the naln more or Im of a footli.K. and then ko away like the m..t before the - thpy r.-.nK Hun, mayhap .v.k upon . t) .,,,; (f UlB ItopttMi. earth a rmiuiium o .,. ... mjm. wild phantaamn of 1. vaKarlea . ,1 Ja oonV(jnUo,1( from Utopia.. KranpnuH aner .ue .....(... , , Vnown u, ,() IUv ubla There Ih aomo good oven lu "",,,,,, , "tho most Impracticable of th.ate h .""' ' ' - "l ' tempt to plan a campalKti of orttanl called nan.iHi, ami wiim. mu n.n., . . .. , ,, for a time. c,.o their .uta. reallza that the K.khI In obtainable on tlrat camiwlitn of utate ofllcora. Tho rea.lzu Willi li e K"o' "i"uini " i , . . ... . ...... .. 1..1.1 llenubllcnnM. It aeenw. are KoInK to IV Willi Hi. oil imruim lin :n.. .. . . , . onuonce In nltlona. affair coal- Jo U work over me to d.ock ma . wco with aucl. jHirtlaa, the NronU.r '"'"l,p; ' r" party miopia the I. of the H.naller fr " " ' "'; and harmony ielKn. until another body -an K any nM.latlon r,t of I. ..... 1t laaam la Ui III- fr.ii.. IliM liillll IfUll NMIllfMl. "IWMI. I'fc MIV.H and anothor jxirty Ih lHirn. It Ih a reuurTont proceaa which miiHt obtain ho Ioiik aa any two men whi a glvan pn.Kinltlon fn.m varied view polnta. rrom the ourllimt tlmeH iolltlcal par o-fro- Thiire Ih h lurno demand for lalmr In San Kranclnco. IMaatorora, brick innwmH, enrpontsra and hod oarrlor are luvdeil. The demand for lather. From t no earniwi ui.ieH Miiiuciii hir-1 .i,, i. n,i n .. I ..... ... I Htono inaMonH and ttnlntora U not fo t.ca nave ...oam. ... ., ..a.. .. .. . , th(( , bed'of 'vo w ,i,oh I I V e U J r 'o whIch 0l when coat iiiNin tl eated pavement. flirnl.hlni and wero .1'artlcii come and parties K", they live ' , l.. a man Mr a day. and per.ah. but not "r ; ; ' ' never a one that baa not lurk of It " r iJ '7. m. tVirriA III lHIHIh uwtwiiiii.'rl - a mauler mind that lonvea an ImpreaH for r.H.d upon that party which m.wt nulro many l.an.lH. itnmlnate. The i.rtwmit cenenillon readily reoallH many a party that with a "national follnwIiiK ihiIIwI a Heavy Whllo l-llaon la acrambllnK for the cirirt clerkahlp lu tho wmitorn dl a national rollowii.K u.ni a aeavj R , arrlM)M t)f MuakoRoo. vote for Ita presidential nominee, but .... . R. . . now la only a memory or a pane of l.tMtory. The (Ireeulmcken, the Union clerk of the Hulled State court there la a candidate for tho fedarnl court Malory. The (JroenimcKor. u.e union , fc, , (f ,,, ilMtorn ,iutrlct. Ho lAbor Party, the reop en nmy. wnero u ft mX 0 ()f S(0nUer J()0 iJl,",T tuT, ,1IU ,I,m,0; f Cannon and la now orvlnK IiIh mktoii.I 'their better (KlnrlplM la onRrafted up. ,, ,, lai the Democratic platform and even the Republican have xeen the wIkiIoii. of adoplliiR aoine of their theorloa. In 1hlu wlao the little party playa a Rreat TMrl In Killtli-ul economy. Another party, presuniliii; In be imt loiial In emlir).), has appeared at Ah term of four .lean. Pillion depends upon PalrlwnliH of Indiana for his pull. WHITE MAN'S BURDEN' th afrd of Rerl Itforma-io-: - bdsaiOK with Mama Cbarr cootimUit; tbroark la ra of t- AwikM rerohrUos mi th D-cla'a I tioei of laefepeajeteK cr to tb I prewert. ao )aina sm to ai-ach , ialoyt4 for th rooasUoa of tha tkforr of wweraiowrt which tra--- aoTwawiotl aatborlty to the cons- - of to uoworaeei Oor own nzUon rocU ih noet lllOfrloM exatnc:- kowa to Metory of a great r Uoa tutUog ot IU elUy throiKh lava of IU own aoklMC aad oa- "' flctato of ita own cbooala. alTho a- f I may a44. w tcarcvly r iroo h c UmmI la rconlsiBC tb oeanlpot- :. of a psrltotMSt froah from th p- i : It la dtAcult to ovortiM the c' omey of tola sonecoUoa of rwfmtn.T ton the prosroaa of a natloa. an J !r. toralOR tho tkoocat of tb world aa from dcpotlSBi to to posslbllltl- "f elf Rorernat. the p4onra of f: oom bm y,'mn 11llttkm io alble Aa Mea will ntD Mhh rr rolatloalM aa lodlrtdtMil. a comtnur itr. a state, a nation or even a r:d and the Idea that toan possesses i-al enable rights which the state did not Rlvu and htah lb state, thouxh it cuh deny, cannot take away, has msd mtllloiiK of human belnKa stand erect and claim their Ood-Rlveu InherlUnce While the era of constitutional liberty is ever widening, while the tyranny and Indolence of arbitrary power are eery year decreaslnR. the leaders of the world's thought, not only the KnR Hnti speaklnR nations but the other Christian nations as well, have et much to do In teaching reverence for the will of the majority and respect for the public servants upon whom the peoplo bestow authority. Tho Christian nations must lead the movement for tho promotion of peare. not only because they arc enlbrted under tho banner of tho Prince -of Peace, but also because thoy have at talneil auch a dfRreo of IntelllRencc that thoy can no lonser take, pride In a purely physical victory. The belief that moral questions can be settled by tho shoddlnR of human blood Is a relic of barbarism; to doubt the dyna mic iower of righteousness Is infidel ity to truth itself. That nntlon which s tinwMlliiK to trust Ita cause to the uni versal conscience or which shrinks from the presentation of its claim before a tribunal where reason hold sway botruys n lack of faith in the soundneaa of Ita joMtlon. Our country haa reanon to congratulate Itself uon tho miccosa of President HooHevelt In baatenliiK nenco botweon Kunsla and Jain. ThrouRh liim our nation won a moral victory mor nlorlous than tho victory of wnr. King llward haa also ahown hlnwelf a promoter of ar bitration anil a large number of mem bers of jiarllament are enlisted In tho same work. It means much that two in-oat Kngllsh speaking races are thus arrayed on tho sldu of jioace. I venture to auggcut that the world a neaco would bo RToatly promoted by an ngroemont nmonK tho leading na- tlonH that no declaration or wnr should be inado until the submission of the quostion In controversy u in Impartial court for Investigation, eaen nm inn reserving tho riRht to accept or reject tho dclslon. The prollminary Investigation would In almost every Instnnco Insure an amlcablo suttl.iment and the resorv.-d rlglita would bo nuffl. dent protection aBalust any possible Injustice. IM me ro a step farther and appeal for a clearer recognition of tho dignity of Inbor. Tho odium which rests upon tho work of tho hand has oxortod a baneful Iniluence tho world around. The theory that Idleness In moro hon orable than toll that It is moro ro- spectacle to consumo what others have produced than to be a producer or wealth hnH not only robbed soclot of an enonnoi.B aum but It has cre ated an almost Impaasablo K'llf be tween the leisure claasaa and tnose who support them. Tolstoy Is right In asserting that the most yorploxlng problems of socloty Rrow out of the lack of sympathy botwoon man and num. necnime Homo linadno them- GREAT 2-DAY SALE Remnants, Single Pairs and Odds and Ends Friday and Saturday Our Great Ten-Day Clean-Up Sale that closed last Sat urday nitfht, was a wonderful eucceff. Ardmore never bt fore vitncFBcd anything like it in the way of Mid Summcr Mcrchandisinri. The ale was a success from the buviiig public's standpoint as well as our own. Everyone who attended this sale was happy in the consciousness of having necured more than his mon ey's worth in genuine gilt-edged haroains. We ful filled every advertisement to the letter, as we always ilo, with the result that this was one of the most satis factory sales ever put on in Ardmore. The necef-sary After-Sale cleaning and rearranging of Btocks has revealed many remnants, odd lotslast pairs and short lengths; these we must get rid of at once, and Friday and Saturday they will be offered you at a hardly a tithe of their former valuesprkes so low that they must and will cause their quick removal. It is of course impossible to quote prices here, as most of the lots are small, consisting in many instances of sinnle pairs or garments, short lengths of many differ ent'materials, etc., but you will find everything mark ed out in plrin figures, convenient y arranged for your inspection, and we would advise an early visit if you would get first choice. In the lot you'll find shirts and pants for the man and boy, slippers, waiBts and skirts for the ladies and chil dren many short lengths of dress materials, and many other items. Be sure and come. Don't delay. I Remember Friday and Saturday at ... WESTHEMER & DAUBE... The .Missouri Jmlgo who decided that noodH bomiht from a trust need not be paid for, thought ho wuh kIvIor , " " ''" , V ' Z,, " tbo trusts a amashlnR blow but It will Mmipllon. Ill, It U called tho Colum- . Ii1i.ii Tarty, anil It has but two planks Vim Slop KorelRi. immlRriitlon. Hcco nil Deport the Negro. At the present (he membership of the party rontsUt of the editor of the bo remomlxfred thnt tho trusts havo Hpent a great deal of money nnd legal effort In proving that thero are no trusts. oo the party consist of the editor of the 8onalor Ul ynuZn Is going to do Columbian Standard, if onlelnl orgniu vor ant.cor,K,ratlon political speech- and a few of his friends, but ho holds (n Ney Jt(n)pv Ub yMr T,ml. that there Is a wallliiR population road c,car euw )f mylne wnr to the enemy's country oo to aiibdcrllie to his platform and rush uon his band wagon. He ndvorllsca for "Candidates on the Columbian Party ticket, for every township, A Japanso professor tells tho San ... I .... ,ti...t .....'1 Itnvn m.i. ,..., -i - i . rilliLintlliia iiiak n.u v iiw.v rounty, slate and congressional omco oUa.r H(,vcr0 earlhquiiko In fifty years. I.. II... III. II, ..I Klnlnu I . . i -.1 .... .1,1. oui dim in liiereix part. In the United HtaU'H. ,IIow much nl a llgure wilt the Co Mnmblnn Party cut In eusnlnR cam- TVilgns? Will It over bo heard from bo- President Hooaovelt youd the complimentary clrcvlotlmi of liny for Uic summer. -oi.o- lu at Oyster beforo them nothing but1 a Ufa of drudgery there is constant warring and much of bitterness. Wlion men nnd women become ashamed of ilolng noihluK and atrlvo to glvo to aoclety full eomiH-'tisatlon for all they receive from society Uiero will bo harmony between tho classOH, While Kuropo nnd Amerlcn have ad vanced fur beyond tho Orient In plac cliiR n proper estimate upon tho?o who work, even our nations havo not yet fully learned tho lesson that em ployment at somo useful nvocatlon Is essential to tho physical health, In tellectual dovolopmont and moral growth. If Ainorlca and Bnclanil nro to ineot tho requlrmenls of their high IKisltlons they must bo prepared U prcsont la tho Uvea of tholr citizens oxampU's, Increasing in number, of inoa nnd women who find delight In contributing to th" welfare of their fel- Iowa, ami this ought not to bo dim-1 cult, for every department of human activity has a fnsclnatlon of its own. i Tbo agricultural colleRey and Indus trial suhwils which havo sprung up in k many localities aro ovldence that a higher Ideal Ib spreading among me jM-ople. And now wo come to tho most Im iKirtnnt need of tho Orient a concep tion of llfo which recognizes Individ ual reionBlblllty to God, teaches tho brotherhood of man nnd monsures greatness by the service rendered. The flrt.t establishes a rational relation between the crouturo and his creator, tho second lays th foundation for lustlce betwen man and his fellows and tho third furnishes an nmbltlon largo enounh to fill each llfo wltn noble effort. No service which we con render to tho less favored nations can comitare In value to this service, for If we but bring their eoplo to accept suoli an Ideal thoy will rival tho Occident in their oontrlbuttlon to civ lli.nil.nl. If this Ideal which must bo accepted as the truo ono If our religion Is true had been moro per fectly Illustrated in tho Uvea of Chris t la us and In the conduct of Christian nations thero would now bo loss of tho "White Man's Ilurdon." If it Is legitimate to "seek anoth or'n profits, ami "to work another's gain" how can this sorvlco best bo rendered? This has boon tho disputed point. Individuals nnd nations have differed less about tho purpose to be uccon.pllBl.od thnn about tho methods to bo employed. Persecutions have carried on avowedly for tho benoflt o ftho ncrsccutod, wars havo been been waged for tho alloged Improve ment of those attacked and moro fre quently philanthropy has beon add terated with selfish Interest, if tho superior nations havo a mUsion it Ih not to wound, but to heal not to cast down, but to lift up, anil tho means must bo oxamplo a far moro towerful ond endurlnff means than violence. Kxample may bo likened to tho sun vihoso genial rays constantly coax the burled seed Into life nnd clothe the earth, first with verdure and afUmvard with xlpenod envtn, while violence Is tho ocaslonal tem pest which can ruin but cannot give life. Can we doubt tho efficacy of exam plo In tho light of history! Thoro has boon great Increase m education dur- houses havo not been opened by the bayonet, they owo their existence largely to tho moral Iniluence which neighboring naUons exert uon each other, nnd the spread of popular gov ernment during U.o same period, how rapid! ConstltuUon after consUtutlon has beon adopted and limitation after limitation hus beon placed upon arbi trary power, until Ilussla, yielding to public opinion, establishes n legisla tive body and China sends commis sions abroad with a vlow to InvltlnR tho jieoplo to sharo the responsibil ities of government wn.Ho In America and Buropo there is much to bo corrected nnd nbundant room for Improvement, thero has nev er beon so much altruism In Uio world as thero Is today never so many who acknowledge U.o Indlssolublo Uo that binds each to every other mem bor of tho race. I havo felt moro prldo in my own countrymen than over be fore as I havo visited tho circuit of schools, hospitals and churches which American money has built around tho world. Tho example of, tho Chris tian nations, though but feebly re flecting tho light of tho Muster, is gradually reforming society. On tho walls of tho tomplo nt Kar nak an ancient artist carved a picture of an Egyptian King. Ho Is represent ed as holding a Rroup of captlvos by tho hair ono hand raising a club as If to strlko thorn. No king would bo willing to confosa himself so cruel today. In somo of U.o capitals or uu mnn tnoro aro monumonta built from, or ornamonted with, cannon taken In war; that form of boasting Is ntlll tol crated but let us hope that It will in tlmo give way to somo omblom of victory which will Imply helpfulness rathor than slaughter. To Take Charge of Stock. J. H. Akers, formerly of the drr goods firm of Hyden & Akers of thla , city, who purchased U.e stock of dry 1 goods owned by J. A. Foster of Her- ' wyn, left for that place today, whoro jhe will make arranRomonta for dU- I posing of tho goods. He will probably i . . . . . sen at a uig cost. saie. The Gainesville Crowd. Quito a party spent tho day at Oalnosvlllo yesterday. Tho occasion nf tin, trln wnn thn hull immn lietwepn J Galnosvlllo nnd Denton, which took I place there yeatorday nf tei noon. Tho ; game won won y tho Gnlncsvlllo team, by a score of I to 1. John Har ris, formerly of this city, who held down U.o Mali successfully for Ardmoro two seasons ago, twirled for Gainesville. Tho crowd returned last night. A Sad Returning. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. P. Campboll ro turned last night from Paris, Toxuh. Thoy were accompanied home by Mrs. i. T Ford of that city, who Is Mrs. Cainnbcll's sister. Mr, nnd Mrs. Camti- bell return from tho saddest visit of their lives. While away their llttlo boy, i Fred, aged ten years, died at Paris, Ho had been III for somo weeks with dropsy before going to Paris, nnd was taken thero for his benefit. He dlol j nfter having boon thero only a week. I Tho remains woro laid to rest at Paris J whero tho family formerly lived. Mr. j and Mrs. Campbell havo tho sincere , uyrapathy of many friends In Ardmore. CONFEDERATE REUNION. Headquarters Indian Territory Divi sion, Ardmore, I. T Juno 23, 190C. To nil Confederates composing tbo In dian Territory Division. Comrades: Tho annual reunion of tills division will bo hold in Ardmoro on tho SCth. 27th and 2Sth days of July (Thursday, Friday and Saturday). Ample arrnngomonts aro boliiR mndo for U.o enro of all old Confederates, freo of charga for tho threo days, and tho nconlo of Ardmoro will nut forth tholr best efforts to entertain you roy ally. Tho Oklahoma Division will nlscr bo our cueists Tho railroads will make a low rate of transportation which will bo published In duct tlmo. All camps aro roqucstod to.j'scnd a full delegation, and should bo represent ed by ono sponsor and maid of honor. This will bo tho grandest gathering of Confederates over held In1 tho Indian Territory nnd It Is hoped that nono will fall to bo on hand. HraRado commanders will appoint ono sponsor and ono maid ot honor, to represent each brlRade. Tho Jl?l slon sponsor and maid of honor will bo named later on. Ily ordor ot JOHN K OAI.T. Major General Indlnn Territory Divi sion United Confederate Veterans. Attest: JOHN W. JOrtDAN, Adjt Gon, nnd Chief of Stall Torrltory papers pleaso copy 2 1 Frolt Jars at Stevens, Konnorl) Si Spraglns Co.