The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 61, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 17, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmort Tuesday Dee. 17 1912
WHY YOU SHOULD PATRONIZE THE
Globe Steam Laundry
Their washroom is under the supervision of a chem-
ical engineer. Every garment no matter how del-
icate receives a sanitary treatment. All colors and
fabrics are protected in every way. Our methods and
processes ara unequaled in every department.
22 North Washington
What would make a
gift than a pair of
nroner v fitted? old style7 kryptok
I will be in my office till next Thursday night
when I go out of town for a few days.
Come early in-order toghave them for Christmas.
DR. f M.UMORGANJ Ol
TZZZ &&.At Tarver <)orraVs.
i ATE NTS Produce Fortunes
IKIKS for patent. JlooK on raienia
"Hints to inventors." " Inventions
kt l.-l "Wt.u SimM. Tnvfnt(irs fill .
a n ... Viw Miwipiiil liqtMof novrfible buy
ers to our own clients. Send rough sketch or
model for search of Patent Ollice records
i MnHu..nrutivMM In :tirt) Cities and .owns.
Our Mr. Greeley was formerly Acting Commis-
sioner of Patents and as sue h had fj'11 ."iS.ri xZv
U. H. ratwit uiiice. uiiMt' j- "- -;--;:
Kiteut AtturuKva WaabluKton. U.Ci
MONEY TO LOAN
Short Time Accomodation
Loans on Any Good Secu-
rity. Dealings Confiden-
tial and Satisfactory.
H. B. HARTS
Room 2. Noble Bldg.
tiO CARD OF INVITATION
is necessary to dine here. Step in
ni;y time; you'll meet a cordial wel-
( (i me.
If YOU DINE ONCE
AT THIS RESTAURANT
v.ui are sure to do t: of;en. and
be .-. i t to tliink where such excellent
dinners are served they must put
up fine breakfasts and lunches. We
McMillan Okla.. l)c. 10. We are
h:.ins some dandy weather.
The farmers are trying to Ret out
Iheir remnants of cotton; there is not
much to pick but nearly all have some
Corn has nearly all been gathered and
it made a fery good yield.
Mrs. W. T. Armstrong has been on
the sick list for about a week but
seems to he improving at this tini.
Rev. Edd Brothers Tilled his regu-
lar appointment at this placp Satur-
day night and Sunday having a good
crowd in attendance at both services.
We understand thit he was put on this
circuit at thj conference.
Well it will only be a few days now
until Christmas and we hope every-
body will have -a good Christ nias u
we have beep blessed 'with a good
ciop and vey good health.
Our assistant teacher oame in the
first of last v eek and took charge of
her department of our f.bv Our
school is prigressing nicfly
We have several newcomers in our
part of the country. Several fai.iilit s
have moved trom Texas here to farm
witli us next ear. The land .vomi'l
here is all tinted up pretty eioise.
Wishir.fe iiio Ani'i.tinit T a hippy
ai-d merry Christmas and a prosperous!
How's This 7
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh tba'
can not be cured by Hall Catarrb
F. J. CHENEY & CO.- Toledo O.
We the undersigned have knowr
F. .1. Cheney for the past fifteen
years and believe him perfectly hon-
orable In all business transaction
and financially able to carry out anj
obligation by that firm.
Walding KInnan & Marvin
Wholesale Druggists Toledo O
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Inter
nally acting directly upon the blood
and mucous lurfaces of the system
Testimonials sent free. Prices 75
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Want ads get results. Read them
THE COLLEGE WITH CHARACTER
Miss Ada Beck
Director of Music Voice Piano
Especial training under Vallient de la
Croix in New Yorl$. Taught in Con-
servatory of the University at Raleigh
N. C Howard Payne College at Fay-
ette Mo. and other Schools of Music.
Miss Beck will have studio in town.
Miss Valentine Preston
Graduate of Howard Payne College of
Music. Two terms study in Chicago.
Miss Sallie Gillen
Director of Exp?'ession
Graduate of Cumnock School of
WHY MABEL LOST HIM
FOR FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS
REV. W. H. MARTIN a. b. n. d. pm.
By BLANCHE HARPER.
"I'll leave It to you" said the young
man with the receding chin to his
friend with the fuzzy bat "whether It
was my fault or not! It was Just
bad luck! I'm hoodooed that's what!"
"I thought you were asked over to
YlBlt Mabel's family at their place In
the country" objected his friend with
the fuzzy hat.
"I was" admitted the young man
with the receding chin. "And I put
It to you if that wasn't encourage-
ment. When a girl's family lets her
Invite a man for a week-end doesn't
It look as though everything was all
right? And if the girl didn't want you
couldn't she sidestep the Invitation?
"Mabel wrote mo a nice letter when
she asked me and I considered the
question before accepting. A man
doesn't want to commit himself off-
hand you know. Girls are so fright-
fully keen these days and while
Mabel never spemed so you never can
tell. Still I had always liked Mabel
pretty well and you know where her
dad stands he's got so much money
that they use it for kindling wood.
So I made up my mind that 1 might
do lots worse resides I hated to dls
appoint Mabel. I resolved to atk her
to marry me and get it over with."
"Gee!" said the man with the fuzzy
hat in admiring tones. "I like to sea
a man with courage!"
"I was a little surprised" said tho
young man with rtio receding chin
"to find when I got there that about
six other fellows had been invited
and among them that Rollson chap
that particularly obnoxious fellow
who never notices anybody you know.
I resolved to Bhow him a few things.
So I got Mabel to myself the very
first day. She had the garden hose
turned on her pet flower bed and I
rushed out to help her. She In-
sisted that she preferred to water the
flowers herself but I simply took the
hose away from her and naturally she
had to stay and watch me use It. I
tried to lead up gradually to what I
had in mind but she didn't seem to
realize the situation and always ran
me off the track. Finally I turned to
her In desperation and throwing out
my hands said "
"What?" breathlessly Inquired his
"Well whatever I said was com-
pletely lost In the subsequent exeito-
ment" admitted the young man with
the receding chin. "When I threw
out my hands I dropped the hose
naturally and the nozzle struck on a
tone at such an angle that the full
force of the stream hit Mabel In the
face and drenched her.
"I didn't see her again till evening
but of course neither did Rollson.
Naturally I sought her out to apolo-
gize. She had Just taken a chair un-
der the moonvine at one end of the
porch and said "Oh!" In a rather dis-
appointed tone when she looked up
and saw me. It sounded as though
she had expected some one eTse.
" 'Mabel' I bega 'I can't tell you
how sorry I am "
" 'Don't try' she said. Rut I kept
on for an hour. Whenever any one
else walked toward the corner I
hitched my chair around to prevent
the intrusion so we were not dis-
turbed. Finally she rose and so did
I. I stepped closer to her and took
her hand but Just as I said 'Mabel'
softly she let. out a shriek that
brought every one running.
"'My foot! My foot!' she wailed.
'You brought your great heavy heel
down on my foot and nearly killed
"Then that Rollson chap pushed In
ahead of me and half carried her to
a chair. It was most annoying. lint
I knew that fate could not defeat a
"The next day all of us went for a
walk but despite my efforts I could
not get a word with Mabel. I admired
her shyness. A girl can always feel
a proposal in the air and it is nat-
ural for her to throw obstacles in tho
way. It only proves her Interest
Finally I circled around and reached
a stile ahead of the rest. I planned
to be there when Mabel arrived and
help her over before Rollson could
climb the fence and do it himself. It
worked beautifully only as I bobbed
np smiling and lifting my hat I ran
plump Into a hornet's nest In a
sassafras bush back of me itnd I
don't know who helped Mabel over
"Every one seemed to think it my
fault that Mabel was stung by several
of the little beasts too.
"I made up my mind that I would
have to write my proposal and send It
to her. Rut Just before I left her
for home I accidently overheard
Mabel and her father talking.
"'Good gracious!' Mabel told him.
'Don't blame me If he has kept out of
all your bridge games! I told you he
could play bridge when you wanted
some one to fill out your table but I
didn't guarantee to chain him into a
chair! Haven't I endured enough In
my constant maneuvers to escape hjs
attempts to propose to me? I've been
nearly drowned and poisoned by
hornets and my foot was smashed
trying to get away from him and
Mr. Rollson ready to slay him at
sight! Go away papa and don't add
to my troubles!'
"Now I leave It to you if I didn't
serve Mabel right Just to let matters
drop and not write that proposal?"
"You did!" agreed the friend with
the fuzzy hat. Chicago Daily News.
A Local Product Too.
"Have you any aptitude for quota-
tions?" asked the literary person of
his friend the haberdasher.
"Only in my own line of business.
To tell the truth I don't even know
how pig iron Is quoted this morning."
"P$ ROOMS A
1 ' 1 RATES
If ffoOMsWlTH BATHi50uP 1 1
II NNEY II
Vl RoomsWith Bath l.oo II
CAKE PRICES SENSIBLE
CLUB BREAKFAST 25$ OP
NOONDAY LUNCH 40
dinner 754 Jr S
List tif the umliuined maii at the
Ardmore Oklahoma Post Office. De-
cember 10 lit 12:
Adams Mrs. Klla Vaughn
liarri'ti Miss Emnui
I.ig Pond Mrs. Vivian
Flemister Mrs. lsum Glaze
fiad-lock Mrs. Kthel
I (art man Mrs. II.
Hurt. Mrs. Mary
Rl.iiic .Mi:;. Viol. i
Riley. Mrs. .1. 1.
Simpson Miss Harriet.
Skelly. Mrs. .1. V.
Sunilitrs Mrs. Hetty
Swain. Miss Ina
Thompson Mrs. Mary
Watson Miss Kulah
White Mrs. H. T.
Williams. .Mrs. Lola
Adams. James II.
Belew H. II.
Jteakiey II. N.
Holick M. O.
Co-lkley D. T.
Collins II. L.
Council R. J.
Dalton R. W.
Durham W. A.
Kldridge Mr. &
Farrer .1. V.
Frost Mr. & Mrs.
Lindsay K. K.
McGrove F. .1.
Mo.Rae Dr. James
Roberts L. L.
Ross Marvin G.
Kchlesinger A. 0.
Slielton II. W. C.
Smith J. I.
Storkhouse M. K.
Terrill W. P.
Warren J. H.
Rhyiier Mrs. Viola
To cure cnsllvenens the medicine must be
mire than a puntutlve; It must contain tunic
a.uratlve and cathartic properties.
WH1 maU m
If You Want Better Bread --- use
Best on the market. Spoon coupons in
48-pound sacks. Your grocer sells it
HUNTS PLANING MILL
Have you seen the up-to-date Fronts we are putting
in trimmed with Beaver Board just the thing for
your home. Also putting in glass every day.
H. T. Hunt Planing Mill.
Third Avenue and E St N. E.
i gin s mm
rossens these qualities and speedily restore
1 1 the howils their natural peristaltic motion
so essential to -fl -"v.
. AND PLENTY OF IT
For farm loans. I mitke my
'own inspections Prepare
papers --Inspect the security
and pass on the title.
Yob iM your moory RIGHT NOW
Time and terms reasonable.
Ixans made anywhere in Okla.
8ee or write
Ollie W. Anderton
Ardmore .- Oklahoma
Wanted Men and Women
The Pacific Coast Casualty
coinptiny wants male and female
agents who can produce busi-
ness to -write accident and
health Insurance. $3000 acci-
dental death J25. Weekly ben-
efits for Injury $25. Weekly for
sickness $30. Doctor's ser-
vices. Annual premium $10.
Agents wanted for every county
In the state.
L. L TYER
Box 103 Ardmore Okl.
and good sense are two of life's greatest blessings. You can have
good health by eating our Pare Fresh Groceries and you exer-
cise g3od sense by buying them from J. A. Clark's C. O. D. Gro-
cery where you save money on every bill. Beason a little with
yourself and trade where you get the best goods and best service
for f be least money. :: Auto Delivery :: Phone 633
J. A. Clark C. O. D. Grocery
Tom Roberts 'BarberShop
. ;" feWr 42J v'fO
p me . ami m$&u
The Best Place in Ardmore for Baths or Barber Work.
SCHOOL BOOKS VALL PAPER PAINTS
T. IN. COLEMAN'S DRUG STORE
We have moved our stock one block east of the old stand to
the Doak building where wo have better quartern and are per-
manently located. You will find us with tho best stock of Dry
Coods Groceries and Hardware we havo ever carried and our
prices will still be the lowest. We ask our old customers to come
as they have in the past and we will give thera the best service
possible. Our business Is good collections are fine and we
artj showir.; our appreciation by giving good merchandise at very
close pnees. We want to make December our bauner month
in Ardmore will you help us? Get ou- prices on barbed wire
hos wire and ftaplcs. We keep everything the farmers need un-
der one roof and our facilities for handling city business is as
pool as tha best.
THE WILLIAMS COMPANY
Successors to J. Matt Moore & Co.
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 61, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 17, 1912, newspaper, December 17, 1912; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc146048/m1/3/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.