The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 7, Ed. 1, Sunday, May 27, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Sunday May 11 1d0d.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Fourth Annual Commencement ot Ard-
more Public School.
The fourth. annual commencement
of Ui Ardmore High School was held.
Friday nl;ht at the Itobloor. opom
house. Tho building wa crowded with'
tho frlende and relatives of cue pine-
teen youpz men end women who havo
Just ended their work In the public
schools of the city gathered together
to show their appreciation of ;ho ef-
forts of the members of the gifiduat
Ing class to rencn that goal for which
all nmbltlciis voting men and women
strive thil ot graduation. Orndttntlon
moans not only tccolvlng a d pioma
but ns Supt. Krans sold last rdrsht. It
Is a symbol of character det'rrnlna-
Hon to win and show tho cmdency
of the pti'.ll so many of whom drop
out of ttf race beforo the fJnl Is
The oxorclsos woro ooenod v'ih mu-
sic by a select orchestra wh rb fur-
nished dollghtful music diirlnr the
evening under the managonien' of K.
The curtain roue on the nttieteen
graduates nnd nftor a slrort tn.'odtic-
tory talk by Prlntlpnl Conway of the
High School the ulutatorlan Miss
Oulda rotter cbllver! her tu'tiresa.
Miss Foster pld lilRh como'.lmont
to the school board' the toacheir nnd
the bt'slueet men of the tour who
have contributed both their tln.e and
money to the support of the trhools
of tho city. Mlas Foster' ajven a
grant ov.it. on when she retire' from
the stain m her peaceful deltr- y hud
won the arts of her listener"
A medal was presented to M ss Uii-
nice HlRhtower of the eighth frle and
one to Mr. Lewta I.edbetter f tho
ninth grade as a token of it work
they have done the ptut ynr ThU
nieda' s..nd tor the beat n ogress
In their leenoctlve gradee fr.r tbo
Miss Willie Floyd the valediitorian.
who was given the highest ronors
that ho -Um ctuld bestow vpon a
member read aa her ptece 'Oreat
Men Hare (ireat Home. ' Mlw Floyd's
subject wns aptly chosen as to grad-
uating clask wotld no'v go out Into
the world and win for themauve a
heme not only In the materhl sense
of the woid but a homo In the hearts
of their a isoclato. Mlse Floyd' p.lece
was appreciated by ths nttdlor.ee.
Mlhs Ornco Williams ono rf the
class of '00 dollvorod tho )tolo3ue
for the cht racter gkotches wh- h were
given bv Ihe class dttrlMg tho evening
the mannn In vhlch MUs Williams
gave the prologue was witty t.nd nho
was showered with flowo-s oacn time
she appeared upon tho stage.
All tho graduates were loaded down
with llcnvcrs from friends nw rela-
tives and tho ttngo looked llkj a
During tho ovenlng tho graduating
class accompanied by sovera mom-
bora cf tho class of '07 guvo n repro-
duction of some character sfcetchos
from Sha. cspoaro Dickens .nd other
nuthora whom they had rend nftor
during their yoa.-'s work The'r work
along this lino showed familiarity
with the Vest class of il'erntuie and
rertoctcd tho work they havo been
drilled In. Ono scono especially
worthy of mention wnn thai ftom
a!inkerpeitro'8 ("Mddsummer r'lghfs
Th? diplomas woro pivscnted by
Supt Rvnns who nddrowd th grad-
uating cliru on -tho lino of their work
In tho fttt :ro. Ho commended them on
tho work they have done the past
year say'ng that ho wns and tho
High Schml of tho city should bo
proud to call the retiring clnss grad-
uates from Its walls. Tho superintend-
ent then nddrossd the aurtlonco.
thanking tho Ardmoro poplo f -r tholr
co-operation with him dtf'ng ?w past
nine mon'hs nnd nsklns then for a
contlnttan'-o of same.
W. I. dice prcsldont of Hie school
board made a short talk m wMch ho
paid n high tilbulo to tho work of
Mr. Evan! and tho teachers during
tho past onr saving that with a con-
tinuance of tho iamo support by the
people of Ardmote the nhool beard
could pro 'U90 a bettor school system
The members of tho grauintlng
clasB aro. Misses I.enoro nutl iteno
Hddlemnn. Ivy Joffrles. lO.thleen
Wilkes Oi'ida Foster Alyno Steakley
Grace Williams l.llllan MoNees Win-
nlo Phillips. Inez Stownit JomeMna
Johnton Lillian Tucker UizU Dove:
Messrs. Thomas Frame D. McCoy
Oono Cruce noubon D. Hard.' nnd
Tho cKits colors wero scarlet; tho
class motto. "In modlaB ret" cr "Not
a stop backward."
new Holmes of (he Cltrlttlar. church
delivered tho bcnodlctlon
Water coolers nt NIckol Stoio and
China Palace. - 27-5
' Mr. Drtgwell Is tho "trcublo" man at
tho New Steam Laundry. Ho wllLcor-
rect all errors pay for shortage add
collect your bill.
13-tt NEW STEAM LAUNDRY-.
AUTHORITIES TO INVESTIGATE.
The Putting of Lead Nl:kels Into Auto-
J. M. Shelton tho man who Invent-
ed the (ititomntlc store which Is man-
ufactured la this city nnd who has
ohnrgo of tho store9 which are rn the
streets of the city has Informed tho
federal authorities also the police de-.
partnt'tit of the city that he lm found
repeatedly a number of lead nickels
In the stores nt night when h took
tho money out of them' nnd that
theso nickels had not only been play-
ed Into them to obtain tho candlos
and other good Uttngs that the stores
sell but had been placed Into the slot
where change was procured nnd that
leaden quirtors had also been placed
In tho slot nnd change secured for
them. Tho authorities havo acted upon
tho lntormatlon furnish- d by Mr. Shcl
ton and are taking all precautions to
ontch the person or perrons .vto aro
doing this. An Itntlentlon will be
made of thu affair and chould Ui guil-
ty pron bo discovered thev will
get the full extent of tho law whloh
Is very strenuous on that subject as
tho passing off of counterfeit moneys
on sloHnnchlnos und nutomntl" stores
Is n dlrec; violation of Sees. Slit and
5102 of the revised statute if tho
laws of the United Stntes Tlu nffalr
link been commonteri upon by a ntim
ber of tiUMiieo men of the city who
are nl' ot the opinion uat the perpe-
trators of the deed n'ioild get full
benefit of the Itiw
Hundreds of thlnm you can tiae. n
ile Monday and Tuesday at
$S dlacomil on nil mholarahlpa sold
In Selrldfe lluelneu College front
now till June -I. IW
TO SUE STOCK HOLDERS.
Repreeentatlve of Clilcago Firm to
Sue Ardmore Investors.
W. F. Trlbvr a if prexentatlw f
a Chicago firm which furnished the
money for the erection of the canning
factory In this city has brought stilt
In tho cominlttalonar'a court agalntit
h uiitnbor of Ardmore iople who
signed for stock In the canning fnc-
tory which wan erected last year In
this city. Thu milt Is based on notes
of one hundred dollars each held by
the Chicago llulldlng nnd Manufac-
turing Co. ngnlust some forty-two
citizens or Ardmoro. Thu defend-
niitH In thu cute nro preparing to
light tho suit and havo engaged logul
udvUe. They claim its u defense that
the company to whom they gave
theso notes contracted that tho can-
ning factory would bu erected at n
cost of $S900 nnd would bo In opera-
tion by Inst spring. Thnt tho first
year tho factory would run. It would
pay ton per cent dividend on nil
stock They also claim that Instead
of tho foctory being worth IS.900 It
Is only worth nbotit :iG00 nnd that
tho factory has never run n day since
it was put up. Tho caso will be
watched with Interest nti a uiitnbor
of prominent men of the city sub-
scribed to stock In thu factory uud
aru defendants In thu case.
$5 discount on nil Hcholnrtthlps sold
In Sclvldgo Iluslnoss Collogo from
now till Juno I. 'J5-S
Charged With Terrible Crime.
Deputy Shorirf W. H. Hvans of Ma-
dill Friday night bruoght Tom Laws
to thu United Ktnots Jail In this city.
Laws Is charged with itHsatilt on tho
person of n young lady by tho nnme
of Willie Denn nt tho town of Aylcs-
worth near Durant.
Laws Is n whlto mnn 21 years of
agu and of rather prepossosslug ap-
pearance wns taken to Tishomingo
for preliminary hearing und his bond
placed at $500. Falling to mnko thu
bond ho was placed In his present
No frooicr hotter than the "Illlz-
zard." The NIckol Storo and China
Palace lm tlioin. 27-G
Fire Boys Always Busy.
Opo would naturally suppose from
tho denrth of tiros In this city recent-
ly thnt time would hnng heavily over
tho heads of tho flromon but exact-
ly tho ru verso 1b tho case. Anytime
you pass tho llro station which by
tho way Is nn exceptionally good
one you will nlwaya observo tho
wleldors of tho hose and tho ladder
busy. Thoy uro either tending to
tholr horses occupying thonisylvos In
tho ropalr of their paraphernalia or
cleaning up tho premises.
Ardmoro Is Justly proud of its fire
dopnrtmout nnd equipment nnd the
boys maintain tho high standard with
which thoy aro accredited.
$5 discount on nil scholarships sold
In Solvldgu Iluslnoss Col lose from
now till Juno L 2C-S
Thoro will be u meeting of tho
stock holders of 'the Fair Association
nt tho city hall Juno 2nd nt Sp m..
for tho election of seven directors to
sorvo during tho ensuing year.
21-3 O. W. STUART See.
Highly Interesting Commencement
Program Lasting Four Days.
The commencement exercises or
Hargrove College began last night
nnd If last nights exhibition Is at;y
criterion to go by this will bo ono
of the most memorable occasions of
tho college exercises.
The program will last four days.
Today nt 11 n. m.. Rev. 8. O. Thomp-
son of South McAlestor will deliver
u sermon nnd at S this eenlng there
will bo a sermon to young iople de-
livered by Rev. William Crawford of
Monday morning at 10 o'cliick oc
curs tho oeeny contest and In the nf
ternoon at 1:30 the primary ami In
torinedlnto exercises will tnko place
while on tho same tiny the oratorical
declamation contest will begin nt K
Ilglnnlng Tuesday morning nt 10
o'clock thoro will be n literary nd
drees by Rev. J. A. Moore of Norumii.
Tuesday evening the musloal con-
cert program will be rendered and
Judging from tho program while ov-
ery one of the exercises nre fraught
with Interoet the last will be super-
ior to all.
Tho medals to be awarded are the
Monition medal given by W. A. Wol-
verlon. Iftwey contoet medal given by
J. W. I Minks Mercantile comiwiiy; In-
termed Is to medal given by Ardmore
National Hunk Medal lor oratory giv-
en by The Ardiuorelte Publishing
company. Medal for Declamation glv-
en by the City National Hank; Schol-
arship medal given by .1. Matt Mttore
and the Housekeepers medal given
by the Cold Storage Meat Market.
Head Hurton-l'eels ad" and come
mlng and ICmbroldeiies Monday and
save money. 27
High School Improvement.
Thursday afternoon Just beforo the
ending or the public schools or the
city the studeuts of the high school
met at that building for the purpose
"f planting Mower ami ahruberv
The day was called cryMiithemttm
day and every pupil at the school was
expected to at some llower or bush
that would Improve the look of tho
school grounds. Tho pupils respond-
ed nobly to the purKso or tho day
nnd hundreds of plants wero put out
that would add to tho beauty ot the
grounds. It H tho purwe or the
graduating class or '07 to see that the
grounds or their a'ma muter. Is kept
In good condition during the next
your or tholr work. Knch ono or
them planted some llower ns did tho
retiring clnss or 'OC. This Intorost In
the looks of their sohool grounds can
result In but one thing nnd that ono
of tho most beautiful placos In tho
discount on nil scholarships sold
In Solvldgo Iluslnoss Collogo. from
now till Juno L 25-8
Want Land In this Nation.
Thoro nrrlved In Ardmoro yestor-
day a large body of Choctnws. Theso
new arrivals are tho lai-'.IIes of the
Jacobs. Andersons nnd (Joodinnns
from tho town or Muldrow eight
mlloH rrom Ft. Smith In tho Cherokee
The nlKivo families wero plnccd on
tho rolls about four yenrs ngo as
Cherokeos and since that tlmo havo
stubbornly fought for tholr rights ns
Choctnws. A short tlmo ngo tholr
plea was granted nnd thoy were tie-
copied ns cltlzons of Choctuw blood.
They nro now looking for nlno allot
merits In this vicinity.
Tho soiiuon Is at hand whon It pays
to be ready to fight bowel troubles.
Get n bottle of Ramsey's Cholera nnd
Diarrhoea Runaway 25c.
27 F. J. RAMSI2Y. Druggist.
Send your glovos nnd bolts (kid or
silk) to tho Now Stonm Latfhdry and
havo Uiom cleaned. Charges ID to 25
To the Public.
We tho undorslgned llvorymon
hnvo agroed to put boarding horses
nt $15 per month beginning Juno l
1906 and $2.50 por month' oxtra for
more than ono buggy. Hoarding horsoa
dollvorod mcro lhan twice h day ton
T. IJ. C ATI! BY.
T. I. SMITH.
T. U HOLLAND.
S. M. DICKSON.
Dally Ardmoreito COc por month.
Not Like Canned Corn
Usually is. JUSTICE BRAND contains no silK or
husKs isn't watery just rich crisp CREAMY TEN-
DER CORN. Aslt DicK's Kitchen for Kecipo BooHlet.
THE PENNINGTON GROCERY C0f Distributors
wi ami 3
WANTHD-lntelllgont lady traveling
for accident Insurance. Goo! posi-
tion gu.'ianteed. Address C. W. Tal
magt . (Jen. Agent. 27
SAt.bihlr-.S' W'TKb-Tu sell gro
cers. druggists and confectioner.
Salary or commission? Samples ;
free. California Cider & Extract '
Co.. St. Iuls. Mo. 27
WANTKD Men to learn barber
trade. We preimre you for lmsl-
tlons $12 to $30 weekly. Few
weeks complete. Special Induce-
ments now. Tools tuition diplotn-
ns and ihmUIoiis given Don't mtss
this chance. Write at once. MoUr
Harber College Kansas City Mo.
I'UltSONAI Information wanted as
to the wheteehoulfl of Aaron Fried
man. horn In Primula Nov. 21. 1S7C
was last seen somewhere In Indian
Territory. There has been n will
left him by his imrentx. Kludl
communicate with S. Felnberg. H2
llushwlck avenue HrooMyn N. Y.
WANTKD Hvery lady Interested In
dressmaking to learn the Kelstcr
Tailor System. Wll nlMi cut and fit
dresses for ladles who can do their
own sewing. Mrs. Uowlos Phono
WANTKD To y the highest cash
price for all the old stoves In Pick-
una cosnty. 1 D. Mason 3u3
Main street. 1 2m
WANTED To pay cash for 5 10 15
and 20-acre blocks ot Intermarried
surplus anywhere In territory. J. A
WANTKD To buy old iron copper
brass rubber otc. Tan Wagon
Yard N. Caddo. 17.1m
WANTKD ATonco. One or two gtrli
to train as nurses. Ardmoro Sanlta
FOR RUNT Rooms for light house-
keeping also furnished room. AH
modern Improvements. Inquire nt
billiard hall 25tf
FOR RUNT Nlco n-room dwelling
on J street S. W. ono- hnlf blot k
from Main street. Enquire o! II
Mows. "J t
FOR RENT 2-rootn house rurnlsned
for light housekeeping. Desirable
location. Aply to Noblo )ros.
FOR SALE All tho show caseB In
.1. II. Wall's drug store to :cnlo
i com for rew onos.
27 3 J. 11. WALL.
FOR SALE For cash or on good se-
curity u 5-room house nt Dough-
erty and entire block with orchard
ami barn (10x30). llosu Johmu-n
Dougherty. I.I 27-10
FO I tSALE A roller top desk
feet. Good us new. At 135 E. Main
St. Miller's Loan olllce. 25-2
FOR SALE Cheap for cash fresh
Jersey. Phone 511. 21-3
FOR SALli Jersey cow fresh nt Lo-
on Wagon Yard. 21tf
FOR SALE A fine rubber tired sur-
rey n bargain. E. E. GU1LLOT.
20tf 111 Washington St.
FOR SALE Nine-room houso nnd
good lot closo In $1250. Terms It
wanted. Also two doslrablo lots In
Phillips' addition O. M. Redflcld.
LOST Turquolsj brooch at ulnttng
rink or betwovn rink .nd Garden-
hire's residence. Finder return to
rnanngji of rlrk. 7-3
LOST On Broadway u ladles gold
watch and small chain. Has Initials
T. L. S. on case. Liberal reward
ror return to W. A. Pride's tin shop
on Rroadway. $5 rewnid. 21-3
FOl'ND Physicians medicine case
Apply Ardmorolte olllco 27tr
.ITRAYED On night of May 23
mates about 15 hands hlli.
black one sorrel nnd two bam. One
bay mar has fresh .c cut on foro
arms has halter on w'th polo strap-
p d to fere 'eg. Libera! reward will
bo paid for tholr rt-covery Phono
O. A. Wells Ardmoro 23tf
White Canvas Oxfords
nvo going lo bo worn more this season
than over beforo nnd those who want to
got tho corroet stylo nnd fit nt popular
prices will buy from us. Mndo in cap or
plain toe with turn or welt solos Prices
of stylo of cut shown:
$1.50 $1.75 $2
LYNN the Shoe Man
J 27 East IVLttn Street . Repairing; a Specialty
IF- v.-.. Yi-
An up to dato private hospitnl
Iitos ronsonablo. Stonm hunt
od operating room.
u 1 an. ntyK
Drs. von Keller Hardy & Henry Prop's.
1 (b l'iM4r
I- WH PM THP THCDIWrVMCTCD I
it uun I ML tIIUIlTIfllTi'UIL;jrX
Flirts with the 100 mnrk. its n problem tolceop
cool. If your porch is lltted with n
Vudor Porch Shade
There'll nlways bo ono delightfully cool spot whore you
can "loaf nnd invito your soul." freo from tho sun's burn-
ing heat or gnzo of passorsby. Sold by
I ySmi I
A thorough high-grade bualnosa training school. Now occupies an en-
tho floor In the Elks' building cornor ot Washington nnd Broadway tht
flnost building used by a business collogo la tho twin territories. Our equip-
ment Is complete modorn nnd up-to-date. Write for handsome Illustrated
catalog. Q. p SELV1DQB A. M. JT. Accti
Trcsldent Ardmore Ind. Ter.
The Ardraoreite tor the N6ws
for suryicnl nnd medical cases
oloctrlcoqulpmonts modorn oquip-
I have n First CIufs
nnd use only tho best Pninta
nnd Varnishes which is
which everyone knows is best
D. E. ALLEN
The World's Standard
TYLER & SIMPSON
ARDMORE !. T.
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