The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 134, Ed. 1, Sunday, April 16, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore Sunday April 16 1905.
TWO ' i i r i
Iee Crucc U D. Mason and Milton
Jones; Mrs. Jordan Mrs. Hleakmorf.
Sr.. Mrs. Milton Jonos and Mrs Va.h
There were a number of voles rant
for memlwrs of Uie civic rommltt-
but Uiw were thrown out.
Seventy-nine children re Includrci
In the nntestant. flfty-tlire of whom
own their homes and twentf-clx llv-
I Kills Woman In Room With He
j ban. I
i 'Colorado fnrliiRH. Colo.. April IS.
A sppHnl to the 'rwi'Krniii from .
Cripple Cretk say: i
".Mri 3. V. VMIer. the wife of n
well known newiparwr imiti shol urn! (
Instantly klllwl Mrs. II. C. DoiibIos of
Jill- tomegys of OoIhsIII. who I
spcndlDf tw day In the city. Dur-
ing the rveatec refreshments wr
mnjA tham who attended were
Miasm AlrU. Ottvm. Orn. Williams.
..NaUlle Williams. Oardenhlre. Io-
lln. Blake. WhlteiMn. Pull lam gegkr.
inr In rented houaea. 1 .1st of the? .
contestants will he prepared nt one lha lhl "wrntaB. .luolonsy
by the civic commit toe. for the use of "PPI to Ue the tans of
the jtMlftcs who U 1? honsd. will cart- i
fully inimert the nreiatBAS niiw. anil re-'
turn tmsolctitkms ji.dpment of theif1- ""' tlie rtoor nt B rKr'
rentent Imnroremeot on the first of ' whh w SIr- VllIer an AI"
September. vhcn the worthy ooato't-! DottsUw. Mr. 1Wer openeil the .loo.
Mr. VlWer. who wns very 'wirh cx-
nnts are to recleve their (irises.
UNION ALMOST CERTAIN.
Kindred Churches Prepare to Forth-
with Absorb One Another.
Nashville. Tenit.. April 115. Cumber-
land Presbyterian headquarters here
announced today that the proiKwition
frir till iinlnn with I ht. lrm.hvt "flan ' v i. i . i.. i .....
Southcrland. Buraitt; Messrs. Adama. ' - - 7 ' " " " "II LZZ I ! "rc -r
. i -'";Dsnn ana ne wns set ire imi iricr
. The liandwun- rilrl' of Air. nl
Mrs. P. I. Mh'ilwK' wi. ih" sccdi ot a
moat charming "At Mom"" m Ij
the iJMHes of th- a nl tlto 'iiu.i
hmftMitnV' with a few liivwi guest
on Monday night last. rMillii a
lands of amllas. palm hl' ".los
aaii llrklo rosea were .irtl m.nlly used
... . - i mmM rk1l siMSian
a dn-oratioB. ronnim a chot senvmc -"'... .. 1 others of the 11 1 Presbyteries of the
of r and white the . lob color. Nichols Berhahlrc. Worthj.rn. f S Cumbe. Und Presbyterian church yet
Hsfrtwhrnenta. delicious ami tiatmy. ni- ami. nmw. oy. duu ..
most two beautiful lo D." twn-a Bradford.
n taiy white raw embifn. He of lha'
.I flower arranged upon .t uaiunl A large number of society persons!
if green leav:M. wlih an :ud ttmd.l the Elks' affair Friday nigat.
' . i . . . j
MSnlll wait reprusvnien i7 ir.
Mrs. Halle. Mra. Hammond. Prank S.
Vaden Bud Heard and othera. Sher
man sent Misses Iitura and Iteorgtoj
Stnbhleflcld. Marietta waa represent-
ed by Mr. nd Mrs. Jack Scanlon. Mlaa
f...M flf.lt U'ltll. UiiHvjMiliulmiir Mr
liivn " ... . ...... . u.. !...... ..
I MiiiuuiiHi Willi UIV 1 lVlTI IHH ai
Wlona Lake Indiana. Tfte votes will
Ills wife entereil and ImniedlnU'ly ho
Mra. Douglas In the hrenst.
Mr. ami Mrs. Vllilor wore arrest 1
Tttey b.ire tlire children the oldest
eleven years of nge but have not Iwm- i
living together of late.
After the allotting Mra. VILK- I p
came hyaterlcal and bewailed lu-i-
She was releaaeil on a bond of ir.:v.
All KinrJs Bui.ding Materia J
The Brick Lumber Yard ARDMORE ! T
! i I TP aorvcu in ID'1 mnnwnra;
ai pointed Ulnlng-room. The mnwnlng
feature of the evening was tt-e m'il'
given by the ladles of the lntf tir-
tette. under the illrectlon of Mr. N.
HL. McCoy w1k wa-f th- ntipteut of
many complttnvnts for her artutlc tm-
titinn of itlauo accomuanlmentK. The
to hoar from. The deciding vote was
cast today by the -Pennsylvania Cum-
berland .Ptlubyterian preabyun-y. It
la said tint the northern Presbyterian
church Is voting for union in the ra-
I tlo of 10 to I. It has already settled
the question of separate preabyterh
The general assembly for both
churches will meet on May 17. th
Cumtoerland Presbyterian In Presno
Cinnamon and Mr. Morris. Tlshomln-
quartette a brilliant galaxy of mujlenl go was alao well represented awl suv-
aMHty. charmingly gownad. san:; wttn oral came up iroin uaineavine. vibh-
tfcac cwarnoss and sweetnes.i ol tone ors were nwro numenms this year
tint hw made them favorites in Lo'h than ever lifuro. wit tho Hlkg outer-
social and educntlntial circlet 'ihe talued them In royal style.
ptano sokM were excellent and the two
be declared In Itoth. I'rleud of un-
ion however do not expect Unit tuiton
will actually be perfected In loa tlu-i
two years aa mnch time Is re'i.iirct
to perfect the detniU.
i given by the taleuted yoitiig ko-
MM. Mr. Marrlinorc. were delightful.
-In lh nx-elvlna line were Mrs. II. I'.
itt:rf. urcldent of the club; Mm 8. a paper
T. llledsiKi Mra. N. II. McCoy. Mrs.
M. Ojtrapliell Mi's. Herbert I'oster
Mrs. . li. (lulllot Mra. MTx Wo.u-
Tlie Orloa met with Mra. Walcotti ...
Health Is Youth.
Thursday afttinoon at S:n o clock. Disease aud Sickness llrlni; Old Are
Miss Sue Frame was leader and read I llerblne taken every morning before
itw. llfn nf f?lta Urlpr 1 oroHaiaai. win aeep yim in rooum
.1. aiiiu .tiiitHi- iiii-KMii-ii umnu- euro oinsUpntion bllloiiaiieaa. dys
ler sketch of Mlaa MlKgs. ! pepsin fever akin liver and kidney
iiafwiinv I'iriii uri i.r rvtniieliiifi I complanU. It purflea the hlotxl and
I ttfsfifj tliA nimiitnvlnti
tr.t.t lb A.I ...... ra.aaB4 ...wl sllnw. .1. I W " ' ' "
I nin in . ii4iiti)srr nut igmi
liiHnior and Mlaa Kay IturnlU. At
11:11) the giiesta ikipnrtl with a cor- vantuKes of college llfo.
dial band-almke. a reliirtimt good-hye Discussion The uroal cnlnmlllea.
and Iho memory or it iilensnnt evening. ! Critic Mr. Wnlcott.
i .... j The i lull will meet with Mlos Vul-
'The IfJine MlMhmnry Sotletj -ir '.ho ley llnrney noxt Thuraday al 2-.:i(l
MutlKHllst iihuivh held me of the most o'clock.
sm nenful Uiannrs of the season nt Dr. ComugyK iittndiil thu Hlka'
the reshU'iico of Mr. MorrW Susa Inst ilance In Ardmore laHt nlKht.
Tnuaday iifternoon and the nffnlr was Mlw Mary (Iwyn wns nun of the out-ot-j
MitBiul'nl by u liirne tiiimner who wore town Ruesls nt tin) dnneo given In!
nally linptuased with the RasK'r Ardmoro hint night. Mr. I rod
iliicoiiitloiui which weru Inderd lieniitl- (intes ond miii who hnvo been the
nil The cosy home win Imiuformed utst of Mnjor and Mrs. Almond
Into a Kccne of buaiity hy the Hkllmil
hnmi of lh' decorator. The parlor
was espeolully iillnii'llve. The chnti-
lllers r ilecornled with pulnted
i-KK shells that were silleiiilt'd from
ilhhoiiH. The illnliiK-rooni In which a
two-course luncheon win served was
also duconiled with vnrloiia colon
which under the xoft glow of the elee-
trtr lights harmonised with u pleasing Hualdence. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cruee.'
elfecl. Ilnndreds of jvalnleil oggs or
.Mrs. I). V. Smith. Whitney Tex
writes April 3. 19(12: "I have need
Hcrhlne and find It the hcMt nicil Icltie
for conailpatlon and liver troubles. I
il(Ks nil you claim for It.
I can highly recommend K. COe. Sol
by W. IJ. Krarae.
It Is dlUIcnlt to cure a cough or free
yourself from the discomforts of a cold
inless you move the bowt lx. Ilee h
'-axatlve IloiHy and Tar aci.. oil th"
bowels and drives all cold on' o! th
systjnn. Then cornea Its sooth ins vX-fx-t
and strengthening InllueiKi s uhui
the throat and lungs. For f'r up.
Whooping Cough. Colds ami nil limit
and bronchial affection no rcnicl
Is equal to th.- orlalnal Laxative Hon
ey and Tar. Sold hy City Drug Store.
Castro Is drilling hl nrmy
whote world tremble.
Chronic Bronchitis Cured.
"For ten years 1 had chronic bron
chitis so hail that at times I could not
speak above a whisper." writes Mr.
Joseph Corfnian or Montmortnci mil.
"I tried nil rnmedloH nvallnhle hut
with no success. Fortunately my em-
ployer atlggeated that I try Foley's
Ilnuoy and Tar. Us effect was almost
miraculous and I am now rur..'d of th"
disease. On my recommendation many
people itave ustnl Foley's Honey and
Tar. and always with MiiUractlon.'
Sold hy City Drug Store
President Roosevelt enjoys outdoor
Hports with all the vhnclty or youth.
He has evidently discovered Hi bright
road through life.
All kinds of fishing tackle good
klndh you'll find nt
HIVKNS. COUHN & FUKNSLHY.
Whin grand Juries show their teeth
orfendir nlways get norvous.
have relumed to Ardmore. Helper-
The society editor liegs lo acknowl-
el(ji the rifolpl of the following In-
vlintlou: "Miss IliriMon at home
Tuosduy ovVjiiIuk Apitll elt;htetnth.
8:110 p. m. Miss (Innliicr. Miss Col-
hurt. Miss Wiiutliinil Miss .lennlngH
Croup Is quickly n!ieveil and Whoo-
ping Cough will not "run Its course"
if you use the. original Itee'4 Inxntlvc
Honey and Tar. Thin Cough Syrup Is
different from nil others herause It
ar:ts on Ihe bowels. You ennnot cure
"rmui and Whooping Cough until you
rid the system of all congestion by
working olf the cold through a copious
action of tin; bowels. Dee's Uixutlve
Houcy nntl Tar does this and euros nil
Coughs. Croup. Whooping Cough etc.
No opiates. Sold by City Drug Store.
imineuied the dliiliig-rooni and nddud
greatly to the decoration. The table
was presided over hy Mchimes P. P.
Kearney anil Dr. Adams mid MUkob
Sue Frame himI Valle llnrney. Th"
booth In charge of Misses Zo? Olive
and Floy Ah Is. where Hosier novelties
were solil was also tasloriilly decor-
tiled. One of the most unique con-
cdt was tlu 1 evolving Christinas ire
pltylUjl music ll the while. The tree
was onmmented with palut"d egg
altella umitly 1I11I with purpl.- mid
white ribbons 0.111I MUseH Traali and
Townacnd were In chargi. The hand-
kerchief hisith was In charge ir Mm.
Mattie .lotifH (hMldard. To Mr. .1. C.
Tltompstm belongk much of ihe criittt
for arranging the novelties. The al
fair wes greatly enjoyed and quite a
neat sunt was rutllaed.
Miss Sluarl. an ottrnutlve
"A place for everything and cvery-
yoting ''ling in Its place" is where they keep
lady from So. MeAlowter and a (laugh
ler of Judge and .Mra. C. II. Slimrt. I
attended Ihe I'-IUh hall. Ihe young
lady will vlsli Mr. -in. I Mr. It. (1. Ilrat'-
ford fie several days.
Misses Waiithuid of Piircull. Cotlxii
of Colhort. and .lennlngs or Wynne-
wood are the guests of MIim Mary
ilohson. The young Indies wore pres-
ent nt Ihe qpeulllg bull.
High school htiidento entering Sclv-
lilge Iluslness College immediately at-
ter thu clolng of the public schools
can finish either the full Imsltiess
course or the shorthand and typewrit
ing courso by the time positions Ik-
gin to open up In the fall. ":!-tf
A Dandy for Burns.
Dr IJergin. Paiia III. writes: "I huvo
used 1 in I Ian Is Snow Ijinlmeut; al-.
ways reconimendiMl It to my friends I
as 1 am (oulldoiit there Is no hettiii'
made 'It Is a dandy for hump.' Those
who live on farms are especially llnble
to many arcldontul cuts burns bruis-
es which henl rnpldly when Mallard's
Snow Liniment Is applied II should
nlwaye he kept In the house for ensos
of omergcnc.t." 2."c. "nc and Jl.uo.
Sold hy W. II. Frame.
In the United States court in tlu It.
H:m Territory. Southern DUtrlft
S. II. Savage plaintiff vs. Ileltl
The ilereiidunt. Ikttlo iSaviige Is
warned to appear In this court In thii
ty days and answor the complaint of
the plaintiff S. H. Savage. 1
Witness the Hon. lloaen Townsend '
Judge of said court nnd il"i seal there-
or. this lird day of April TOO-'i.
C. M'. CAMI'UKLL
Drown &. Turner nttorntys.
Attorney for i"jn-resldent S. II. Hut-
First puhished April I 10nr.
Don't Delay! When you nro nervous
and run down Man-Kr-VIno TuhletR
will put new life energy und ambi-
tion Into a debilitated system idle
City Drug Store. W. II. Frame Prop.
Mbr.' I'hoelie Hampton of Oklaho
ma City nnd Vein Sherwood of Chick-
lleveiythlng we carry In the porl-
!.. I l lli.n lii ..f tli.. Ii.iwl nll'il.
u.l.n nr.. ll... ...1. f lusi V'llllll P' '
HWItl i.l.- tin" n..w.m.m ... - " ......
Sutherland anil were at the opfttlng.
Miss Ptirgusou and MIm l3L'onl'vni
wore olinrmliig visitors from Tlshoinlu-'
lly nnd our prices are very low
line of linkchnll goods.
HI F. .1. UAMSBY. Diuuglst
allard'a Horehound Syrup.
Imhiedlately rellews hoarse croupy
cough: npprcsshd rattling ranplug
and dllllciill breathing Henry C.
mi.. t iVuikIus iIiiis nt iHffer1 8Utrns Druggist. Slillllahurg U..
Miss Mary Dimgliia Adams or .lorrer wrU(M yUy 2(( .. mv(? )iun
sou. Texas. Is In the city the guest ol MuinK lmllard's Horehound Syrup for
Miss Julia Hlako. ' i two yours and have never had a pro-
. . . imratlou that has given h. titer satts-
.... . . ... faction. 1 notice that when I sell a
itiipa tiinuta oi .iciimiii Tfn.w . i.w
BEST PtSSEHGER SERVICE
IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4
Ik.UIo they come hack r..r more 1 can SUPFRB PULLMAN VE3TIBULED
llltlklf 1 . rAfMlMllltflllll II .r fitl-t nil I
IIVIIVOII t IIUHKIIt MM IV ll'it.
$1. Sold by W. II. Frame.
ko for the liall. They were chajier'
oned 'y Mr. DuCorduvn.
illsB Floy Alvia entertiiliiwl the -
Whim Club Tuesday afternoon from
I: in to 5 o'clock at the ream n nee or
Dp. no:! Mrs. It. 11. AlvU. . North
Washlngioii si reel. Six i.ibies wer
act for play and a delightful lime ns
luMl hy tliose who atimileil. The or al the receptkiii.
guest's prise was won by Mi Agnes ....
Seanr. while the club prise roll to Mla; Penn V. llnhh of Wynnowood was
JUrj- Whltciiiaii and the onnmiltillon here for the Hlgs' event.
to Mlas Vera Olive. The urise ''U-i ...
. .. .. . ' .. . .... ii . ..i.i. ..r nll..
alstetl of u callu Illy for tno guow ir. anu .tin vni) i-. vjoho oi iiiie"-
lirlse. nihl a goiniiliiiii for both ll." 'dub inlngo atlcudeil tho Ulk' lecnptlon.
und cousoliitlou prlsea. Theae iloera
were henullfiil lsit pVmW nnl nie Civic Judges Elected.
H.iiong the handau.nes. that have I i.en The election of Judges lo act In the ( Happiness Is Found.
given us prises since the cI.iH b or ( civic improvement couic.i w . llMK f(r tnlt. mu.8s (ha
gaiilcutlon. The following gueata lie- eiuueii ia I'nuay io me uuuie m-1 nmnslons ot tin- wry lien wuern uigu
.bias ..umber of club meinour were fnullon or all Mincerneil. The ballot-' priced phyflclims nr.- called In to doc
lug was conducted by a committee
SUIU TO AtlS'.VCR SUCtTIONS
There are a gri'it many more 'pt.iple
turning grlmUioncs thrui tl. are
Handsome Reclininu Chair Cah?
Foley's Kidney Cure makes Uldneys
ami hladder right. Don't delay taking.
For milo by City Drug Storo.
priaoiit: Mesdanioe llyers DmIsoii.
llmdford and Morgan Mlnses Segtr. ;
Comcgys of Onlnesvllle Oreen. Tiyior
ami Vallye llnrney. Mrj. Ho llluke will
eiiti'italn the (luh nest Tuesday iidor-
noon at Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Clinst s
'residence 3ng 1) street iiorthwesi.
Mrs. II. U. Foster imte-U.ueil W.-i'-nesihiy
evening al her handsome resl-
ibMue. 11 St Southwest with an
lciromptii "lain In honor of Miss
representative of tho various clubs of
ihe city anil composed of the follow-
ing ladles: Mrs. II. ('. Potterf. Miss
Alice Moore ond Mlu Mary While-
mini. This committee reports the nomina-
tion of 10 wiuilldales. I" of wlwni re-
celvoil only one vote. Sovon Judges
were to he selected three gentlemen
nnd four lurdliM The Judges chosei)
lor every aliment lint fe'U it ami
llud It too. In the comfortable hnmoa
of the inlddltM-lasscs and so-cnlled
iieor vhjre Oreen's August Flower Ih
always iifoiI to keep the fnmlly honl-
thy to cure nil stomach troubles
whether Indigo! Ion dyspepsia con-
llintloii. loss o( nppetlie. hllloiu at
lacks or torpid llvor. Trial bottle An-
vital I'lower. 33e. Hlg lMitK. 7fc W.
11. Frame. T. N. Colonwn.
Hojesivensky Is playing with flro
nnd will hum his lingers Is he Is not
ONLY LINK WITH fist raomlne. a..
ovonlnL' tra'.n to tir. Loo: j und the
ONLY LINE WITH Pullmnn Bleopore
end hlshbnclc Kciirntt uout Couches
through (without change) to Now
ONLY' LINE WITH haiulaomonowOhalr
Care thronu-h (wltliout ciinmroj dully
to St. Loula Memphis und Ll Pueo.
ONLY LINE WITH a oavlni; ot 1 a hours
ONLY L'NE WITH TourlBt BIooplnB I
CurB oomi-weckly. throuuh (without
cnanfire) to aav t runcmcu una
ElEOANT DINiriQ CAR3 TO ST. LOUIQ
E. P. TURNER
I Co.cn .i PJtMiirfttR and 'icittr AciNr.
1 DALLAS Tt X.
as! Side Lumber Co
FRALEY "BROS Managers.
LiFneUof Building' Material.
It will .soon !)( lly tuiio Li't us inakohcrcons for your house.
North of Union Depot ARDMORE I. T.
NORTH PACIFIC COAST
Very Low Rates in Effect
Daily March I to May .5
HANY ROUTBS FROfl WHICH
TO flAKR YOUR CHOICE
5 iy w .
full Information on reriuc !
GtO. H. Ill G. P. A.
I.ltlla lUii'lc Ark.
J S. H'HALLY. 0. P A.
And tlioro's pure nr pnro walcr and
sunishiii( on tho liill. .hist tho pliiio
for it rost after tho lonjr wintor. It s
EureKa Spring's Aril.
Operated by Frisco System
Round trip ticke ts to Eureka Springs
on halu oYory day in tho year.
ASK C. W. STRAIN. D. P. A
1 WMmB I
WRCELlllKVATOH CO. M
PURCEI.L. IX IH
The World's Standard
TYLER & SIMPSON GO
Ardmore I. T.
SELYIDGE BUSINESS COLLEGE
A thorough prtotlcal training ichool complete and up lo date In ererj (tepartment
Cay nil nlnlit aohonl thn entire year. Day puplla sttenil nlKht aoliool without extra
ciharKea. Tattlou IIP per month or 110 (or unlimited acbolarehlp. Hoard 110 to llW
par month. NorncMlon. I'uplli may enter at any time. Kvery pnpll la placed on bit
morlti or may adTanoe ai rapidly aa hit ability will permit. Tborouicb tralnlnt to
iborteit time oonaiatunt with omolonoy. Referencee Any bank or buktneai Arm Is
lalnenllle or Ardmore. for oataloicne addieaa
1 P BBLVIDQE A U. M. Aooti. Prealdonl Ardaore. I. T. or lneirllls Texn.
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