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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Ardmore, Friday, January 21, II 10 (InliHtii Ir right; If It litis tip; fnets; It can afford to Tie eoiirteom and decent t( those who are not onllfrhtiied I do not bHIi-vp that ao -InllRiii is j i iKtif . I iiillf'to that It constantly ill" 1 I. hi. trie fuel. I believe that II l 1 ,i iiii'iuiif in tut- romitiprclal, the , ii, r.il, ami the Rplrlturil Wi'll-belti ir i i omiry and the people In Ii I Ik vc Hint tt la growlni: that In 1 1 in It urn) hi- Hiicrraafiil, unlcM coin I i t. . I tli:it It outfit to be CXpOS'il mil its i.iIIiic'Ich lalil bare. In hold ii tl sentiments, I do not ilonv to am man tho Hull I to think dlffci mu I may change my 'wn vl' tn t i in. hut aa I nee It at n ok iii I In' MiilaliHtii' movement Ih the Knit i m mi nai'c, and the most to bo-rcai .1 (Iiimki r c luce I.. I. S THE OF KING CURES DR. KING'S OVERY PAGE SIX NEW FOR COUGHS and COLDS. FOR WEAK, SORE LUNGS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, HEMORRHAGES AND ALL THROAT and LUNG DISEASES. PREVENTS PMEUIV30f3!A I regard Dr. King's New Msoveiy ns the grandest medicine of modern times. One bottlo ccmplchly cured mu of a very bud cough, which was steadily growing worse under other treatmenta. KARL SHAMliURG, Codcll, Kos. PRICE 500 AND $1.00 3 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY C ARDMORE PHARMACY The Menace I. it lie said, at the outset, Ilia i ' iti r Ih lint a iMiclalt.il either In , ir fact I .ct It alho he said, el writer Ih lint a foe tn sih'Iii i i pi in llin hciwo that lie In dia! HdclallHtM nie mistaken. il In the illaKlumln nf the ills , ri ' 't t t i ( " jl M irj Vt i plan S.ti , 1 Mm in i hu reineJy Kclec.e! an 1 e 'I he writer was born In a "I'Hiii. render iiinlilHl owry nrdl i IicuiuhUiii'ck, and has Viiiii IiIh amidst much opposition, tn the and prominence he now hold, t.iilii'r. business men will do to mid those IIiioh, ami then ' it lug iKimleied carelully over them to act l''lrs! Socialism In the groat niove iiient nf tho twentieth oentiir). The nun who counts the socialist party Mite a.s a sample nf the lull strength nf the socialist uinveiuent, hIiowh Ii ack nf unilorHlauilltig. In fact, I would eiiiihatlcally differentiate be twciii tlie ttoelallsl party and the n i i.ilKt uinvemeut. In the ptrty aie (inly rhiMc who bollovo that a polltl i.i' ihaiigo alnue will bring almut a nwr-al nf ecoiiiiinlc conditions: III the movement arn those who are In tile party and these. tvin at hart irn 'ipi'ii socialists, yet who to not tupport the jstrty and ititn the tick- Lit It lie euiihatieally understood ti.it the tariff question the negro mioM'-.ii, the .lap.uii'He pnililem In t.u-t. ill thetie pmli'i'iiiK are not tn oinpansl tn thU tiinhlem of tin i ',i I.-.1 iiMnement. It is tntlet. In it' is, hut iln nut Ini'Ki'l that it Ik i it . iiihiUH y allie I Hlinilld aay that V -.iiialiH. iiiiiuMiient l Krowini; fa ii i iiu any iihivhjii.'iii In the last iiu.iitei nt a century . The il.i Im tint Mr if when a president, elected on a ii' i.iliM mnemellt platlnrm will lie ' the head of our fioveriunent. Setoiul -SnolallHin is a wiuuiliK i ovi.iiciitl know that our rich men l d nwi, nmt Imagine Dial thelin .i -."turlty tliat will never lie dis turbed Did not their lathers enjoy ' a Ir R,iJim in reiiMinahlo peace' Will lot th v ami their children also en--y 'i n wealth? 1 nm not a cntam tH howler, or an amateur prophet. Ilu nark me, there will he ,i ett I' ll 1 1 "f ntliK ionic of Uiene il,y, and !i. n fhat day ('null's, I would int a. int to he a uiemlHU- ot the i i ' - . h (he innwHiw for all (he t .cmi y of u Hncketeller and a Mor .i hen injuml oud outrairi'd la- .- ilt la icinrni' the lu-cuuiulnt 1 wroiiKii ot the centutiti., it in apt ' 4. t that taiiltal lias any riitl.ta, w I 'll mo inWloe The day ' i "line In -omUiR, It ilepenilH up . !;(.(-.. a (o hnv Iiiiik it can 'ivd off. If J ajn not miMliilten i i teinpiT of the tailoring !( li'-re In a jtrowliiK Imp.itleuee ' ' iiimliia' cvtrmanance of ' V.u may he able to evplntn n' lf, how it l.i that iin hae . i chum '-ieuee and comfort that mi k an imrchai.il, w hlle your poor i . ni ban uothlux to eat hut )im i i -ii '. . nlaiu ll to him. One ot the i r .ui'i.-alim daiiKei i of the mi t.ii imin.lielit Ih thin. It Ii Kath- i l j. in III of the affected, dlK;run t id iii'.i'in()loi'd I'a-'in-w of men, din I tlitir eart the smr) nf their nii -s n-heariililK 'n lliein their Muj an.' eer niultlplyiiiK i1i'ances ulr'i the ii'Hiilt rhal ulien the inati.t ' mm' in hind paKilnii, they will or' '. ti i1Ut;iiil !i lu'twein rich" i :'(Kie.-tl and li het. Kotten dlh i ' i vti I do nut iiiwrt tint the t ni't.. are the tonis ot tho rloh, but I do assert that tho majority of tho poor people brllovo they tre. I do aisir' that It in Impossible for tho of Socialism in. in Hit!. mil tin Hl y to Ki't jllHtlce III i lie i mills, lint I dn HH.serl that the malnrltv ol imor peoplo bolloro Uioy, an not . I do not iiHaert that the i-hurihiH ate controlled b the W(al ihy. but I do uHHcrt that the majority of the poor people bcllcic they are. A MllHpllllin once :od;ei In the 1 1) i u il of a poor petiMin Ir hard to dinloose: II trtlokH fornver. Wliether Juatly or not (i nine my opinion) t in- pour pen j pie believe that in every oaxo where wenlth Ih arniyed aBalimt poverty (I j do not menu Hiiualm-) wealth wIiih anil pincriy iohch. rurouKH llie lliilo- ence. the IdleiiesH. the ludlffereni'ii of the woalthy. a bartler of ttuMiilclmi Is belni; raised between them and their poorer ntilnhhoin. Now let this ill will lncieane. and the day In coinlni; When poverty phm iiuiubei-H. plus brawn, plan HtreiiKlh In koIuk to rise tiKiiliiHt the uinlthy plim money, plus Indolence Who will win'.' There Ih do dotili. or the Imhiic socialism will win without fall. (Of courae, I be llee that out of the cniupierlni; pool will arise the basis for a new IickIii iiIiik of the c uhs stniKKle; but that does not ohniiKe tip. piojient Issue.) Third- -NiiclallHin (1 speak of the tuoiement) has Its laiilts, ami they are (.erloiiH ouch, il will point them out In a futuie article if those who read tills are MilVtclontl) Interested to so Inform the Ardmorelte ) lint the Htatcsman, the publicist, tho pieachor, the thlnklnj; man oiuht to he thnrniiKh'y Informed on this nub jeet. No more aurfuce eaiulnatliiii of the tuoienient will do. Herat Inn and alnialiiK the foi'lallsts oukIu to he Htopped notwItliHtandliii; that noine of their leaders and speakers can not use eomiuon decency when talklnU with an oiiMinent The mou'incnt Is a serhius one; I; U here to stay The mini Hho plans to take any hand In the future problenii, of his century must he a innKter of the socialist moiement. .In cone'uslon, the nio onii'iit is wortliy of attention. The huuor ele iiient of our cltlieiiship oukIu to have In the Held a thoroughly oiiulppil. jinip.ipimie io meet tills moement A man of ability outfit to be at the j head; literature ounht to be widely ! distributed eHsiiK the KlarltiB evils of socialism and speakers outfit to be furnished to eery town ami city Socialists, on tho other hand would ttuln mmh If they would" conduct their discussions In a fairer spirit. Ahum, neier won any one When Koino foul mouthed ImlP, Idual. with the tobactti pouring down his dtri chin, or wi!h the en, its ot a jood dose of cocaine ktill Islblc, ionics tin to you la klnn about tin- merit, of Hoclulimn. jou are nuturall (li.ust od with his creed boforu he .as a word. The moM'tnent muy In- and protmbl) U. better than its te.icln i bin U certainly can never apn .il t a clean man by uch an adve ati I'i rnonal c eanllneim may be a'mest as va liable as ji "fall' sliaie of the surpluH. the Increment " Sn- ialism K.iins uothltiK hi accnsliiK iirv ! preacher of beinir the tind of th,. wealthy. IleHldes, such an assi 'tmn is' . deliberate lie. Many of them haw ncwr read an socialistic iitciature and hanll) know what social! tin it They may be accused of Unorancc, but they can not bo Jnstl accused ' of dellberatel) betrayliiK the p(Mr penp'e. Of course, socialism in due time wll l)i oiiii' more cotisi-i v.itlve ind ..inc. but a little imlit, i.i s-s on 'the part of .utile .-uclalWt - would not ( hint them cr much. j Tho boat iirKtttiieiit In this world Is a f.ict. Tho best cause In tMs world I for hkh to fitfu h right If so ! Hnvlim niul thrift arc mnllfrt of pride tn every housewife. At th snmi' time, in' should never Bacrlili iii:ill'v In rli'iiill"H'i In pri'lHirlllK foul fii Ihc rami! Tn money ;i ii I 1 rn r r v vnnr baking. Irv a on'i K C H.iMii" I'iiWiIit I' will nave Ml'l "'i i'i ni 'in a i n i ii t can If ll doi i ' ili'ii ' Jell belli r ll won't Cil yn' II ciit iin lie trial cm. TEACHER OF ART MAKES HOME HERE AT SIXTLEN VCARS SHE HAD oTUDIED IN THE CITIES AND IS STILL A CLOSE STUDENT. An) p. ii'ii who admires art wil en In) a tlsli to Mrs. .Ionian' nl I I'i A street. norihucHl. wher luir daiiKh ter, Mrs. Nena M. lladley has her display of work. This little woman does more than twenty kinds or art work and hii)k she haa never had. a pupl who did not take hold of the work lu a manner that won. Her own enthusiasm elicits the cntliURl iiMin or the pupil and she surrounds hi iHelt with devotees of ar.t. When Mrs. lladley was HUteen years of ane she had studied In 'New Orleans. St. Louis and t'hlcat;o and was tench lllK III the state of Texas. She h I better equipped than any other teach er or art who lias ever been here for tlie teasoii that bhe has a llrltu kiln In which she tires her own china. The kiln she has Is the Hov elation China kl n which Is the best that's made. Some of the work the lady does and teaches others to do Is china paint iiiK. oil. water, (olors, lu.Uan Ink. etclilliK. pastel, pottery, carved wood, tapistry, lacipierliiK. tooled leather, and raised leather. She has been here but a short lime from her for mer home in Dalhart. Tevas, hut al ready she has a number of pupils. On Krlda) and Saturday of each week she teaches lit Marietta where she has a class ot seventeen InterestliiK pupils. The tlrst four days of the week she will devote to her classes In this city. At the West Texas fair at Dalhart where fourteen of the leading artists exhibited their work Mrs. lladley took eleven blue ribbons ami would, have probably taken all of thorn had the rules or the association been different The Deadly Delay. Those who put oft using 11 ALL'S TUX AS WONDi:il for their Kidneys, Illailder and Rheumatic trouble make a deadly delay. It gives quick and permanent relief Sold by all drug gists. aaaaaaaaaaaaaHf' mf$ itSt- -k:CBTjp'' WIbI IffiSK : B1BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ' KmI'" Mfm ''i' '- HaBBBaWBiBBBBBBBB..'-- .BBk LuFWBbF LbBBBHLbBBBBBB BBBBBBBBeBBBb BBIBhI BBBt H laaBBBBal jBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIkJBBV (bbbbbbbbBIbwP ir t HI-'ItT SWOIt AND l-'HANKI AMUSEMENTS. "The Red Mill" Tonight. Tonltfit nt Itohlsou opera house the first perfoimance of the new comic opera, "The Red Mill," by the Messrs. Henry lllostom and Victor Herbert, will he Riven by Martin & lltuery Co's. capable organization In as complete a manner as diirlnj; its entlie year ciiKaKCinent at llie Knick erbocker Theater, Now York City; three months, (irand Opera Houne, ChlcaKo; and three months nt the ' Colonial Theater. Hoston. all last season. Pile company numbers sixty members. Including the cute llttlu Dutch Kiddles and a chorus which for youth, boaruty and talent has seldom been approached In a music al olferliifi. The organization arrived at a seasonable hour this morning, which will allow of n complete rest for the evening performance, while on a us of time Is permitted the me chanics to set up "The Mill" and have everything lu readiness for a snappy and bright presentation. Spe cial orchestra carried by company. i Curtain promptly at S o'clock. Morey Stock Co. The theatrical event of the season :u popular prices, will be the appear ance of the Morey Stock Company at the opera house all nct week. This is the tlth consecutive season for this Hpular company, and each one has ijr-on more successful finan cially than tn" cue that preceded Ii No better argument could be ad vanced for the popularity of the corn- Keep Your on JOINER CITY WOODS AS SHHltl.OCK HOl.MKS AND DOCTOR WATSO.V, IN TJIHOI'KHATIC Hl'tVlCSS, "THK II Id ".MILL, UOniSON OlMOItA HOrSK, TONIGHT. pany. Messrs. LeComte and Flesh- or, the proprietors, spare neither time nor money to clovnto tho com- pany to tho highest plane of dramat ic excellence, but nre over on the , alert for any feature that will add strength or Interest to It. The great- or part of the previous nine seasons has been spent In practically the same territory, which Is an added guarantee that the company always , keeps faith with the public. New scenery and new plays have been , added this season, and tho plays are alt successes that have enjoyed long runs In the metropolitan thea ters of the country. Thu roster of the company Is practically tho same a;i It has been for thu past few sea sons, thus enabling them to give performances with smoothness that comes only from long association. Their oiienlng bill Is "Tho Other Woman." A GOOD COUGH MIXTURE. Simple Home-Made Remedy That Is Free From Opiates and Harmful Drugs. An effective lemedy, that will uru- ally break up a cold In twenty-four Hours, is easily made by mixing to gether in a large bottle two ounces of Glycerine, a hnlf ounce of Virgin Oil of Pino compound pure and eight ounces of pure, Whiskey. This mix ture will euro any cough that Is cur able, and Is not expensive, as !t makes enougli to last tho nverago family an entire year. Vln;ln Oil of Pino compound purii Is prepared only In tho laboratories of the Leach Chemical Co., Cincinnati. Ohio, Many a man sings his own praise , who has no Idea of harmony. In The Heart of The Great Wheeler Oil Field WRITE 1 Mutual Trust Company BECKHAM CAFE (Gilmer Hotel) Entire now management. Strictly first class new cook, now waiters and a new and delightfully etlicient service which pleases everyone. Finely appointed ladies' and gentlemen's dining room. Surpassingly good regular meals, tbo best in Ardmore for 25 cents. Lunch counter, iinest steaks, chops and short orders served at tables or counter. Call j'ust onco to be convinced. Open all night. Best Meals in Ardmore for 25 Cents You can generally tell what sort of an ax a man has to grind by finding out what sort ot reform be advo - catea. One Doctor Atksjour doctor about Aytt'i Chirm Pec total for throat nntl lung troublei. Ihchri hcaepteuribed Ufot70ucan. i'J'i;1 Of So uther OKLAHOMA ARDMORE. OKLAHOMA We Don't Hind the Owner watching ua while wo arc doing a job of plumbing for him. We do hon est work nil the time and it makes no difference who looks on or who doecn't. We shall be glad to figure on your next job. If we get it you end we will both be pleaacd. SAMUEL A WEEKS altiUUTM WASIMXfiTON ST. A womans Idea of heaven Is a place where her crown will stay 1 on straight and her halo will he guaranteed to fit. Have only one doctor just one I No sense In running from one doctor to another I Select the bent one, then stand by him. No seme in trying this thing, that thing, for your cough. Care fully, deliberately select the best cough medicine, then take it. Stick to it. n !