Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 201, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 1, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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TUESDAY JUNE 1 1920.
By Mls Maurlne Fasley
The members of the Delphian Chap-
ter will entertain with a 1 o'clock
luncheon next Wednesday at the
Chickasaw lake. A call meeting of the
club was held yesterday afternoon for
thu purpose of perfecting plans for
The Kiks will give a dunce at their
home on North Washington Btreet
Wednesday evening. Music will be
furnished by the Louisiana Five. This
will bo the last engagement of this
orchestra until next winter.
Will Tour Kurope
Miss Rrchal Creel who has been a
student in the Beloit College in B-v
loit Wisconsin was here yesterday
afternoon the guest of -Mrs. John F.
Easley. Misa Creel was enroute to
her home In Kingllng where she will
remain until the middle of June. She
will go to Waco Texan to attend the
graduating exercises of Baylor Uni-
versity of which she is a member of
the alumni. From there -she and 75
Baylor graduates will go to New
Turk Chicago Toronto Montreal and
then ncross the water to Antwerp
visiting the battlefields of Helgium
France Italy and Switzerland from
there the party will visit England
Scotland. Wales and Ireland return-
ing to the United States the first
week In September.
On nccount of slekness the enter-
tainment whfceh was to be given by
the Kpworth League of t'arter Ave-
nue church this evening will be post-
pnnej until Thursday evening. It will
be given nt the home of Mrs. Maggie
Mey I . "15 I) Street southeast.
I .a! ina Sodalitas
The members of the Latina Soda-
lllas club were recently entertained
lit the Bod and (iun club lake by
Miss Lucy I'ennyb.icker. Picnic sup-
per was enjoyed by the members of
the club and their sponsor. Miss
Florence Phllhrool;. As this was the
last meeting of the club a short linsl-
ness meeting was held during which
time the officers for next . ar were
elected as1 follows: President. Norma
Hales; Vice President Joseph Thnmn-
(on; Sec o'iry Elizabeth Maxwell;
Treasurer. Hallye Lnnfml. Miss
I'liilbiuok expressed her appreciation
of the cooperation and loyalty of the
club. The out going officers and new
oflicers also expressi d their appre-
ciation of the club and the enjoyment
of I he year's w ork.
Knterlalneil With Card Party Dance
.Mis. It. O. Wisner and Mrs. John
Vi". Dorrah were hostesses to a card
party and dance given at the home
of the former on 1) street northwest
on Saturday night honoring Mrs.
Krnest Rischie of Dallas.
Punch was served throughout the
evening and at the conclusion of the
games delicious refreshments were
High score was won by Mrs. J. A.
Scott and Mrs. Oscar DeVeny. Iow
scire was won by Mrs. Moss Patter
son. The honor guest was presented
with a beautiful hand made handker-
chief. Those entertained were Mr. and
Mr. Ollie Anderton Mr. and Mrs.
L. K. Ooldsby. Mr. and Mrs. Moss
Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Paul L'rle
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar UeVeny. Dr. and
Mrs. Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
RIttner. Mr. and Mrs. Will Morgan
Mr. John W. Dorrah Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Scott Mr. Olen Corn well.
At Rattle Springs
A group of the members of the
Artlmoreite staff spent Sunday it
Ptittte Springs. They motored out In
the early morning returning late In
the evening picnic dinner was
Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Halt had as
their week-end guests Mr. and Mrs.
Oeorge Crogan Mr. and Mrs. J. N
Dodson and Mr. Fay Thompson of
Oklahoma City and Mrs. Grace Kelly
and Mr. P. C. Dings. They spent part
of the time at Rattle Springs und the
remainder of the time at the Rod
und Gun club luke.
White Shrine of Jerusalem
The White Shrine of Jerusalem was
recently organized in this city by Mrs.
Emma Saum of Muskogee supreme
deputy. Officers elected were Worthy
High i'riestess. Mrs. J. W. Newcomb;
Watcher of the Shepherd Mrs. Gil-
bert Presnell; Noble Prophetess. Mrs.
O. C. Lasher; Scribe Mrs. R. 3.
Hay den' Treasurer Mrs. A. H. Palm-
er; King Mr. O. C. Lasher; Queen
Mrs. J. T. Coleman; Worthy Shepherd-
ess Mrs. Gilbert PresnHl; Chaplain
Mrs J. M. Dennis. There were 35
members enrolled. The meetings will
be held every second Friday night.
Entertain With Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rltter enter-
tained a few friends with a dinner
last evening at their home on North
Washington Street. After dinner
dancing and cards featured the hours.
Mr. Lara on t Chaddlck left Sunday
for New Orleans Louisiana where he
will be assistant to inspector Heal
of the Western Union Construction
company Mr Chaddiok will return In
the fail and again enter Ardmore high
Mr. John A. Brett Is here from the
Baptist University at Shawnee. He
will spend the summer vacation with
his parents Judge and Mrs. Ruther.
furd Brett 1202 Bixby.
Mrs. R. W. Aldrldge has 'returned
to her homo after spending the week-
end In Sulphur.
Mrs. Felix J. King and daughter
Miss Clemmle left here today to visit
with friends in ' Dcnison. They will
also attend the graduating exercises
of St Xavler's Academy where Misses
Christine and Margaret King are In
Misses Gladys and Rrnestlne Gull-
lot who have been attending school at
St. Mary's of the Woods in Indiana
are-expected home June 10th. Mr. E.
U- Cuillot their' father will go to
Indiana to attend their graduating
exercises and will accompany hia
daughters borne. '
Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Denham and
two children Waitus Willardlne and
Mary Louise are visiting with frttnua
Mrs. C. 11. Woodruff and son Bobby
left l Int. afternoon fur Colorado. They
will spend the summer In Colorado
Springs and Munitou returning the
last of August.
Mr. Frank Thomas who has been
the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
K. IS. Luke 503 Broadway has re-
turned to his home In Whitewright
Miss Frances Luke who has com
plcted her second year in the A. and
M. college at Stillwater has' returned
to her home 503 Broadway.
Mr. William 1'flle of living Illi-
nois who has been visiting his son
who is bookkeeper for the Sinclair
company of Healdton und who wah
als the house guest of Mr. and Mrs
I. It. Mason has gone to Galveston
where he wlfl visit before returning
to his home in Irving.
Mr. F.ml! Weiss accompanied by his
Ittle niece Beatrice Weiss will leave
Wednesday morning for New York
City where they will visit with Mr.
Weiss' sister Mrs. Ben Schwartz.
From there they will go to Catskill
mountains to spend the remainder oC
the summer. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lindsay will
leave the later part of the week for
p. visit in Sulphur. Mr. Lindsay will
attend the Oklahoma Cotton Seed
Crushers' association which meets
in annual convention at Sulphur June
4th and 5th.
Mrs. (leorge M. Henley accom-
panied by her niece Miss Luclle Kill-
Ingsworth left today for a visit In
Dallas and Kastland Texas.
Miss Vy.lt Booth who returns the
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Key College left for Ada when
will inter the summer normal.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollbert Shuman and
I daughter Miss Violet will leave
Thursday lor a month's visit with
j friends and relatives in Indiana.
j Mrs. Arthur Kyle and two children
Hobby and Janet leave tonight for
i ialsiung Indiana to spend several
j weeks with .Mrs. Wyle's mother.
Misyes Caroline Straebley. Ruth
j Dilworth. Virginia Crockett. Dorothy
; I'kiwnard and Rethlne Wolverton wlil
go to Dallas Monday to visit ' with
Miss Kdith Burrows.
Dr. Julius II. Peterman pioneer
citizen of Ardmore died ut 3:15 o'clock
yesterday from Injuries sustained from
a fall Saturday morning. Funeral
services will be held Wednesday af-
ternoon at 4 o'clock nt the family
residence 302 G street northeast. Rur-
lal in Rose Ifill cemetery.
Dr. Peterman was born in Arnswald.
Germany in 1S.19. He was the old-
est of six children and would have
been 81 years old Nov 14. He was
married in Arnswald to Miss Hohn
and shortly after his marriage came
to America locating at St. Paul
Minn After a residence there of tgo
years he went to Marshall Texas
where his wife died. A few years
Inter he was married to Mrs. Carrie
Robertson of Marshall. Shortly af-
ter th seri I I marriage he moved to
Ardmore. Deceased had been -n prac-
ticing physician 50 years and had
scores of friends throughout the Unit-
He is survived by lhs widow and
two daughters of his first marriage
Mrs. Charles Fraley and Mrs. Henry
T. Hunt and six grandchildren Her-
man and Hadie Hunt Virginia Rob-
ert Lucy and Blanche Fraley all of
Out of town relatives who are here
to attend tho funeral are a sister
Mrs. A. W. Graper and three nephews
Boenia Peterman Wilbert Peterman
und Arthur Peterman of Texas.
' Mrs. John Weit of Plymouth Iowa
another sister is unable to be pres-
ent. Mr. and Mrs. Will Meager of Big
Springs Texas and Mrs. Annie Fuller
of Marshall Texas relatives ot Mrs.
Peterman's are also here to attend
Despite his ago. Dr. Peterman had
been in good health up to the time of
the fall Saturday which caused Inter-
nal Injuries resulting in bis death.
Don Cochran to Add New Line
Don Cochran of the M. & C. Auto
Supply Company has sold the agency
for the Miller tire to the Guy Har-
ris Bulck Company and will discon-
tinue this part of the automobile
Mr. Cochran will continue to oper-
ate Ids accessory store and in place
of tires will idd a complete line of
(Speciul to The Ardmoreite)
Oklahoma City Okla. June 1.
CATTLE: receipts 350; market steady
to strong Beet steers $10 to $12;
medium steers $10 to $12; cows and
heifers $7.50 to $9; cows $6 to $7.50;
canners and cutters $3.50 to 03.75;
vealers $9 to $11; calves $10 to $12;
bulls $5 to $6.
HOGS: Receipts 1000; market 10 to
butchers $0; at-CdO SCHRR RF HMH
15 cents lower. Heavies $14.25 to
$14.30; butchers $14.30 to $14.35; med-
ium to good $14 to $14.25; common o
medium $13.75 to $14; stockera and
feeders $0 to $11.50.
Washington. Senate and house re-
publican leaders ngrecd tentatively to
adjourn congress finally next Sat-
urday. Use Ardmoruit WANT ADS uii
DECLARE IB OH ALL
At the special meeting of the board
of city commissioners last niirht a
campaign against the excessive noise j
that makes living in Ardmore almost
a nightmare at times was launelie.l
and In all probability the polie; de-
tinftmnnt will ha p:illl(l UOOll to liUlUe
uHiliwtila rtnitH tit rif-nllle WMO
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through the business Btreets M all
hours of the day and night with I
mufflers wide open and noms nonk- )tf..c thc i.mocratle convention as-
Ing. regardless of the rights of oth. -r. ( wmi.8 oll Jun( in s.in .-ru;;a
and also against tho speeders. . who C(J
persist In believing that the paved i . 'K(jbll t ; u-oft. ixlUiaiwr of t'u
streets In the northwestern part of: -.
the city were constructed solely for
The' commissioner wer very em-
phatic In their contention that th.
law against this practice be rlgidy en.
forked asserting' that If wholesale ar-
rests were made for a few days other:)
would then begin to have some respect
for the law.
The ordinance relative to mufflers
and speeding Is very plain and the
commissioners are ffolne to see that
It Is enforced. 1
Another prnctlee that was discussed
was the practice of people driving up
to a business house and Instead of j "' ret useu to go Into personalities" 1
alighting and transacting their bus- j w hen Senator Pomerene. democrat
ness inside sit in the ear and turn ! Ohio asked for names of men const!-
the slreo loose to attract attention ofituting the alli-fted 'Vr lirie."
proprietors no matter where they are I "Your activities were rather against
or what Inconvenience it may be to 'Senator Harding's manager then than
others. j for Oeneral Wood?" asked Senator
The practice of guarding the Pomerene.
churches during services against this! "It was against th crowd managing
practice was first launched In Ard-
more and the mayor believes that
It has the unique if unenviable dis-
of being the 'only city In
ine i.nneu Hiaies mat nas to resort
to sucn measures simply because tni
l.l. nnnlnol n(un m.lu.u ..n.t u....l
.....r. v.t ' "i"--
r- noro"'; .
f rnm hp of nfh" m"t't-
ing. it is eviuent tnat as soon as;
Chief of Police Chancellor is able to!
j be nt his post once more something
is going to happen.
ATTF.NTIOX! FKKK MOVIN'fJ PIC-
tiije" cunvvi vnr inv cniniiuJ
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TIOX IIAI.I AT 8:30 I. M. WED-
XKSDAY NHiHT AXD SFK MOVIXC
HCITRFS TAKKX IX FKHRI AKY
OF Sf'F.XKS IN THK FAMOl'S CALI-
FORNIA OF TKXAS UlCATKI)
XKAK HAKMNfiKX SHOWING
CiKAI'H. OKANCK AND I.KMOX OR-
CHARDS CAKHAfiE AND 'ONION
MKI.DS AND CORN FIFI.D WITH
MAN I'l U.IXG KOASTINfi-KAKS IN
NOTICE OF SALE OF OIL AXD GAS
State of Oklahoma County nf Carter.
In the County Court.
Notice is hereby given In pursuance
of an order of the County Court of
Carter County State of Oklahoma
made and entered on the 1st day nf ' noon from the home of his daughter
June 1920. the undersigned guardian j Mrs. Ed Stewart 1105 West Broad-
will offer for sale and sell ut public j way Ardmore.
auction to the highest and best bidder George M. Stewart was born In
an oil and gas mining lease on the J Ohio. November 7. 1S61. He came
7th day of June 1920 at 10 o'clock to Oklahoma In the early seventies
a. nu the' following described lands j hut had been living in Portnles. New
situated In Carter County State of j Mexico for some time prior to his
Oklahoma to-wit: (death.
An undivided ten-twenty-sevenths ! Mr. Stewart was visiting with his
00-27) Interest In and to the North ' daughter In M iysville. when 'the end
Half of the Northwest Quarter of the ! c& mp- He bad been in bad health for
Northeast Quarter of Section 33 Town-' many months.
ship 4 South Range 1 West contain-! He is survived by a widow and
ing 20 acres. . four children. They are Mrs. F.liza-
Saltl nil and gas lease will he sold on ! b'th Stewart C. W. and G. W. Stew-
the following terms and conditions to-iart of Portales New Mexico and
Cash on delivery of lease.
Said sale to be held In the County
Court Room of Carter County Okla-
homa at the time above stated.
Dated this 1st day of June. 1920.
LOU A. JONES.
(Published In The Dally Ardmoreite
June 1st 1920.)
Ward Captures Itooie
Deputy Sheriff Will Ward arrest-
ed Dave Holly at Dillard and brought
him before the county attorney on a
charge of having unlawful possession
of four gallons of whiskey and 12
gallons of Choctaw beer. .
Information was filed against him
by the county attorney this morning
but he made bond and was released
for his appearance in court at the
next regular term.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Whlttington Park con-fectionei-y
good location doing good
business. See proprietor W. M.
WANTED Six room house furnished
or unfurnished by three adults.
. Phone 1035. 1-3
FOR SALE A modern home; see 305
B. S. W. Phone 2209 1-3
FOR SALE Cedar chest worth $20.
Howso Furniture po. 1-3
FOR SALE Today only one 1918
Bulck roadster perfect condition
new tires price $900 owner leaving
town act quick. See Hlnes White
at Success Motor Co. phono 255 or
GEXTIJKMAX desires room in pri-
vate family must be modern and
close in. Phone 5.
FOR SALE Three small houseB 4th
avenue and M street northeast
paying 12 per cent on the Invest-
ment. See J. H. Snyder at Ard-
moreite office. 1-3
One Ford roadster five extra cas-
ing. One restaurant outfit uteom table Ice
box serving table hot plate meat
One sixty gallon barrel and a number
of small ones.
One American account eiflster; fifty
letter files one-third price.
Several screen doors.
Coal oil tank plate glass tup for
show case or desk top.
Marble slabs for meat counter.
I will collect all accounts owing W.
J. I Ant nnd pay all outstanding
You can get me over phone 247 or
B'i3 or mail check city. Xo excuse
not to pay up.
W. i. LANE .... 1-4
EDITOR TELLS OF
UNDESIRABLE 'COTERIE 'I
WaHhington June 1. A bcop of I
' IVIfflKHV It tlkl:lLF tPSlfifipfl lit tllM MCN' !
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! ulfii nf lhi Honntr ri.mmlt ti'P'ts InWM- I
expmlituri. j ':" '"u '!" h"wlr u" ''ill
.;fff rtl wpre R.n ma1(. 0 expedite!1""' laHt we"k- ind U'M f'"' invest! 1
the hearing so that a temporary Iialt tioti In cimm eli-m with sev.-ral stjl-'1
might be called Thursday night ta cars are still in the county jail aa !
riHrmll rTi.i.il..ru fif ttio fun m i 1 1 r 1. I .'. . . . l . n r . . .. . l I
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OCr-'ittiil .1 i.i.m.i.l-nl t rr.t I. I'Vif.
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The investigation will be continued
aft.r tlu -'publican convention ami
j Ohio Stale Journal was the first wit-
i ness called. He testified that his pa-
pers "had taken an active p.irt." in
j the recent Ohio repufillcin prcsi.Ien-
tial primary contest between Major
iCreneral Woad and Simitar Harding.
! of that state.
"I'oiilics in our state" he said
'are in the hands of an in.-ilde coteri.-
of men. whom I felt it a doty to op-
' 1 wanted to supp-ii-l .senator
ut I told him that I could i
not do so If his candidacy went Into
the hands of this group. "' The wit- !
senator Harding s campaign" Mr.
Wolfe rlled. "their control of
"My estimate Is that each side In I
Ohio Wood and Harding - made
fiKht that cost alwut $100 000 " h
auueu. His own natters. h. ii
"didn't care a snap for the advertis
Senator Edge republican. New Jer.
: spy. said Senator Harding's manager 1
I had testified to snenilinir ' ah nit ris . !
1 000 In the Ohio campaign." and ask-d
for Mr. Wolfe's lu. lenient. "The es.
timate Is what I have given" he !
i8alcl - -I" aM'thm to what 1
influence and local machinery they Mr- UWl oarrlcs vr w"r
had. it would cost an out-'de candi- ' bf ''(stlim's and Paraphernalia and is
date three times as much to meet!"''"" '"I"1'''""' to l"''" " near a
their o.mositio . th..v n u semi-profersional show as possible.
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v te it
Mr. o.'fe said he soent 112 Oftft nf
his own money on letters postcards
and personal campaign work. "I toM
Senator Harding that 1 he allowed
Harry M. Daugherty to pick the dele-
gates to the national convention I
telt It would be
. tate." he said
FORMER CITIZEN IH RIED
IN ROSE HILL TODAY
Funeral services of George M. Stew
art who died in Maysville Okla. on
i May 30. were conducted this after.
Mrs. Ed Stewart of Ardmore.
Mrs. XV. P. Mays of Maysville.
ANOTHER CANDID TE
MAY CAST HIS BONNET
IN THE OIJJ KING
And now It is rumored that anoth- j
cr candidate for the office of county j
treasurer is likely to have his bonnet I
In the well known ring before many !
days have passed by the one to I
whom tho finger of suspicion Is point-
ing at this time is none other than !
L. M. Thurston present city clerk j
but for a number of 'years chief dep-
uty In tho office of county treas-
urer S. M. Parker.
Mr. Thurston has denied the charge ;
on several separate occasions but :
his closest friends state that he will j
be there or thereabouts when the
line up for party preferment starts !
Mr. Thurston says no his many
friends say yes so that is the status
of the case at the present time
KIWANIS SEEK PERMA-
NENT MEETING 1'I.ACE
Members of the Klwanls Club voted
unanimously to discontinue thc regu-
lar weekly luncheon meetings until
a permanent club eating place could
be secured at today's meeting at the
Secretary W. XV. Jeter stated that
every effort will be made to secure
a place before next Tuesday in order
that no meeting should be missed
however If a suitable place cannot be
secured the meetings will be discon-
tinued until a place can be found.
There was a good attendance of
members today. No guests were pres-
ent. INVESTIGATING SHOOTING
AT STATE UNIVERSITY
Oklahoma City June 1. Stratum
D. Brooks president of tho Univer-
sity of Oklahoma was expected to
arrive here late today for a conference
with counsel for Howard Stephens
of Oklahoma City university student
who was Injured In a shooting- affray
at Norman Sunday night relative to
the shooting. The Stephens' boy's In-
juries were said to be serious but
ho Is expected to recover.
COAL MEN MAY MAKE
TWO YEAR CONTRACT
McAlestcr Okla.. June 1. Confer-
ees representing the Oklahoma Coal
Operators' Association and district
No. 21 of the United Ml no Workers
reported at noon today after an all-
morning meeting that rapid progress
was' being made toward the two-year
agreement. All main points of the
contract had been settled they said
and much headway had been made on
details. . . ... ..
TWO SUSPECTS STILL
IN COUNTY JAIL ONE
RETURNED TO THUS
llaker and rntr;i two jf th three
.in .i-U.-i .... ... l.'Kelf
mi ii" ? IH.Iru uj I') rilClil
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none oi me i u.cith mini i exas woo
have li-iii here to ik them over
were al.lc to identify them.
Smith the third man in the part
was taken back to I)::ll(is.. Texas
yestf r.li.y by the sheriff of Dallas ; f'vpi rt; flew taught l. MIkm-s F.'la School Imririls to;. ;her with every
c iimty wh 'i-e he Is wameil in con-i Mus.-.-rave mm liomiie C pi rl ; i h 'iel. i n- i- -on i'.ti n sti ll in schools of this
r.ietii.n with the tin ft of the Chalm-1 taimht by Mr John Sin-i is and Miss 1 ecinty an- ui i-. ntl ruiuesled to b-
ers ear In which the three men were j Gthol Ward; J l;.er City lau'!it by yr nl on that il..t
traveling over the counlv. Miss-es Muy Lie Alpha Belle Clnrk . '
Sheriff f!:rrett found 'out th car : I-urii.-.- Scott e-; 1 Ma.-; M;lt. I!u:;rd ........... ... nctrers
was mortgaged In Dallas ounty an
succeed. tl in getting in communica-
tion with the o.vm r.
1 Smith was apparatitlv r;hid to ac
company th" office- back t) Texas. :
r.s he did not' ask for a requisition j
; The(o;her two men v.lll be h-.la for1
a time as the sheriff thinks he hu
fa couple who are wanted somewhere
and that it will no; he lone l.fiv.
y..v ...oi i ii1ifi..i .... a.. !..
themselves awuv ly their talk and'
ELKS TO STAGE Bl G
MINSTREL DURING THE
With one hundred members In the
a cast the Klks have begun rehearsals I
! for a minstrel to be staged at Con-
VPntion "m time duri thl
middle of the month.
James II. Hull a professional direct-
r'r of New York City has hi en en-
paged to produce the i-hnw. There . A
!."''" w' " m'n iln(l 30 ladies In the
fa!t 'lll 'he minstrel promises to be
"n? lf h'-' test ever staged by local E
The chorus of thirty young women
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in oe in I'liarte oi .i i s. i.oiieri.
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oaruennire. vir. nun nas a nuu.uer
of snappy songs that are new and ; f
full of nen and ho l-.rumiseK thill L
Ardmore will witness the best show
seen here in some time.
He recently produced shows nt
menace to the Greenville Taylor. Orange Port Ar-
j tliur and other Texas cities with
I great success and the local organi
zation is congratulating itself on se-
curing Mr. Hull's services.
The first rehearsal was held last
night. Another rhearsal will be held
tonight beginning promptly at 8:30
.'.I i. k - tr..n u..
u i iin.il -ii. nun niuieii mat it
hearsals will last only one hour.
SAPILI'A HIGH LOST
TO TEXAS PINCH HITTERS !
Hapuipa UKia. June l. sapuipa
..I . . i . . u
nign lOSl III' seeonu KIIIL' il lie-
u.Mtl..t..uli.rn .1 ri tilun ah i oAl-ioa Al-ii
yesterday to Waxahaehie high by a
score of a to 3. The Texans fielded
brilliantly and coupled with eight er
rors on the part of the locals mixed
In 10 hits for their five runs. Stel-
lenwerck the visiting shortstop and
Connor and Grigsby first basemen
and pitcher respectively for the local
team were the individual stars.
Use Ardmoreite WANT ADS and
In 4-pound cartons and
For egg production it con-
tains the correct amount of
Albumen to produce the
whites and lime phosphates
for the shell and Glutenous
materials for the yolk.
For Sale at All Dealers.
FLOUR & FEED CO.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
SANTA FE RAILWAY
Train No. 6 Departs 12:27 a. m.
Train No. 18 Deuarts 11:52 a. rn.
Train No 12 Departs 3:05 p. m.
South Round !
Train No. 5 Departs 3:58 a m.
Train No. 11 Departs 1:25 p. m.
Train No. 17 Deports 4:43 p. m.
ROCK ISLAND RAILWAY
Train No. C32 Departs . 7:00 a. m.
Train No. 6S4 Departs 12:40 p. rr..
Train No. 693 Arrives 12:40 p. m
Train No. 651 Arrives . 8:00 p. m.
Train No. 706 Departs 7:50 a. m.
Train No. 774 Departs 11:35 a. in.
Train No. 776 Departs 4:30 p. nt.
Train No. 773 Arrives 7:30 a. ni.
Train No 775 Arrives. ...10:15 a ni.
Train No. 706 Arrives 7:30 p. n.
OKLA. NEW MEX. A PACIFIC
Train No. 1 Departs 7:00 a. m.
Train No. i Departs 2:30 p. nr.
Train No. I Arrives
fratn No. 4 Arrives.
....11:00 a. m
.... I:U p. n.
COUNTY SCHOOLS CLOSE
WITH GOOD PROGRAMS
BEST YEAR II HISTORY-:
Carter county school rec:!y
w;(h jn ..;..
r(1!1.atn which war. lary.-ly atfn.Ie.l
""tl .aillti Mri( f-;
Some of the m hoo's v!ii-r.- nm; r: nil"
"v re given wef :
fhilnvli w l.iiif-'ht by Mr. and Ml-'
F. yT. Murnhy; F.nii-rpi l:ui''lil by ;
Mr. r-M Clcnilc iiin unil Mis.i Mimic j
i i Tr.-e. taught bv Mrs. I). 11. Hoover1
and llrn. .'.iat'ie iie.yon uiaek .)i;eu. i
tunulit b. Mr. aiei Mrs. II. A. It irln r. .
The annual reports tof the ti aen-
ers to the canty s-upi rinli tnioni i
iluJI "i-- Anffl-i. t&j!a 0(a Mill ! .
IE 1 . 1 . ja
Positively closes Satur-
day at 9 p. m. This sale
has been a wonderful suc-
cess but we have still a
large stock of the most
for those who have been
unable so far to take ad-
vantage of the wonder-
ful bargains I am offer-
ing. Don't let this week
slip by without coming
to this store and filling
your needs at greatly re-
Why Be Fooled?
If an incompetent Cleaner ha3 ruined your garment
the big mistake is done. Give him no more chance
to ruin another for a bigger mistake WILL be done
Phone 909-J K.ISH. Phone 9U9J
Exclusive Master Dyers and Cleaners of the Southwest
Dirr TTTRT?W -
thi greatest per cent of at-
for the entire year than any
previous .Mr. Lonman swieu.
The ?( hool spirit tit the county has
cnallv inr-reased he said due to the
fact that harmony rcems to prevail
in practically every district in too
ounty. In many instances the same
ich'is being emplcyed and if for
j any rerisori tte' same teacners are
I nm retained the school boards are
meetini: with fjirly (rood success in
: 'lliin-r their places. .J. .
I The reports of the eighth grade
i krid'iat'-s -ire nenritig completion and
all i.f tli" pupils and teachers that
nave i.-oiirtcd to the county suieriji-t.-T.cl'
t.f.- i ffici- are anxiously awaltln?
'ir .lime 11 wh n tiny will come to-
set iii r at the 'ii!itiriuin of the Ard-
;iH'te h.uh school r i cive their ..ili;
nl hear Ihi' s-tatu superiil-
Hi n. It. 11. Wilson speak.
1 11. .1.. !T-l't . iithrtr r.f tll
'" ' -
play in wliich'h'V have U-en starring
were nvu-rlej Saturday it became
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Easley, John F. Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 201, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 1, 1920, newspaper, June 1, 1920; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc158530/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.