The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 43, Ed. 1, Sunday, July 8, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Sunday July 8 1906.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Mrs. T. II. Sturiro.n entcrUilnel on
Thursday evening lor her guests trie
Misses McFarland of DoonvHtc Ark.
Mrs. Sturgeon hns list moved Into
her beautiful nun- home on Hargrove
Heights nnd this was tlio first oppor-
tunity her friends had hcen given for
n gonial hoiiso-wurmlng. The decora-
tions throughout the house woro yel-
low. Progressiva Mllo was tlio game
played nnd tlio prizes were won bv
Miss Alice Mooro and Mr. Cockroft.
Punch wns served In tlio dining room
hy Miss Susanno Sturgeon. Those who
enjoyed her gracious hospitality were
.Misses Nichols Woods Frame Rohl-
son Hohson Moore Hculnh Frame.
Jlenulo Illgglus Groun Fronsloy Roll
Crowley Gnrdenhlre Mullun Cruce.
Wooks Illgglns of Wonthorford My-
.lock of Fort Worth; Dr. anil Mrs.
Phil Slovens Mr. and Mrs. Tolllvor
Messrs. Will Owyn Waller Weoks
Carr Colomau Kyle P. It. Adams
Rrudy Dlhrcll Homer Hoyd. Kin-
enld Harold Wallace Hammer Otto
Bradford Uiwls Ilradford. Frensley
Patterson Hrady Cockroft Sandlln
Itnlston Cottle Wolvarton Sandors
The tally-ho party at the Rod and
(tin Ctuh lake on Monday evening
was one of the jnlllem events of the
season. Within themselves a tally-ho
nnd four prancing horses to say noth-
ing of n loud and lusty bugto nrc ex-
hlloratlng. Added to this n moonlit
evening nnd a lako In tlio hazy ills-
tnnco; If romance dot's not exist In
Mich a tumptnlg setting Cupid must
ho taking n vacation. Even then tak-
ing the more practical way to a man's
heart a most tempting supper wns
nwnltlng the morry crowd. Miss Mary
Cruco of Arkansas wag the lionoree
and Mr and Mrs.
Tlio Iidles Home Journnl has In-
stituted n slego aalnst the Are crack-
or on tlio Fourth of July. No douht
there Is a great deal of carelcs use
of lire-crackers on this day hut can
you picture tlio Fourth without Its
commotion of firoworks? How flat-
stole and unprofitable! How like t.
soda-pop bottle with the top smashed
In! It would ho ns easy to deny the
small hoy tho privilege of walking
the hack yard fence unit festooning
; Its pickets with the seat of his vn-
I rlous trousers In his futile attempts
to dismount baforo hi niniiiu gets lilm.
There are hoiiio customs that bwotnc
national Institutions. This Is one of
them. There should be a siege against
th misuse of fireworks at sny time.
Thero arc stem cnoiiah realities before
our youngsters so let's not deny them
the prerogatives of their childhood
let them wat too much Thanksgiving
drink pink lemonade nt the circus
watch with breathless delight for San-
ta Cans and op flro crackers on tho
Fourth of July.
t A f J
Mr. and Mr. Rob Poland have re-
turn ml from Jefferson where they
wero called to the hedslde bf (5. N. T).
Orlgsby Mrs. Poland's undo who
died on Saturday night. Through tho
columns of the Dallas News many
sincere tributes of regret have hcen
tendered the family. Possessing the
rare ability of accumulating a fortune
of more than a million dollars through
his own native ability Mr. Crlgshy
bail acquired tho still rnror gift of
knowing how to dispose of It to the
benefit of others. Many charltlos hava
j received much needed aid and from
no worthy man wore his purso-stringn
closed Mi Orlgaby has been a fr-
qunt vlsltoi r0 Ardmore.
! -J- 4- 4-
Mr. A. I". Jones assists by Mrs
.!. H. Oarlock ntertalned mi the eVau-
lug ot the third of .Inly with a porch
and lawn party compllmoutnry to
Mis McFarlam! of Hoonovtlle. Mo.
ami Miss Ctorloek of Fort Worth. Her
beautiful home was decked In gala
ecitume the decoration on the
porch lawn and thrtntahoiit the house
warn all suggestlvn of the glorious
Fowtth; Japanese lanterns and fes-
toons of ribbons In red white nnd
Who encircled the spacious voratutn
and n picture of George Washington
guarded the tongues of those who
under Uie bowltchlng spell of the
moonlight might otherwise have bo-
come flatterers. From a bower on tho
veranda Misses Jewel Wheelor nnd
llnnnlo Madden served punch. There
might have been declarations during
the uvcnlng tho hostess can not
vouc.i for that but by no means
wore they declarations of Independ-
ence. A stringed orchestra fifrnlshed
music. The gnme prepared hy the
hostoss proved to lie most Interest
Ing. .t card was handed ouch guest
bearing twelve popular quotations
from different generals whose names
were to be supplied. Msls Alexander
won the prl.e. Refreshments were
served In the dining room. The Ices
and cake carried nut the color scheme
and the table wns most artistically
nrrunyed In the same hue. Until for
her original Ideas In entertaining and
the successful manner In which they
wore carried out the hostess wns most
cordially thanked. Theme prosent were
Misses Mv tle Frensley ICssle Hell
Florence Thurmond Alice Moore Hoa-
sle Alexander Itea Wolverlon l.lly
Rutts l.tila Itiitts Frances Miller
Mary Oarlock liunlcc McFartanri.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Carlock. Mr. and
Mrs. Tolllver Messrs. Patterson Wnl'-
lace Doen Harold Wallace Ralston
Alexandor Hlnghnni Owyn. Frens-
ley. Ilurton and Madden.
Tbu lecture by Sam Steel last Sat-
urday ovenlng was one which met with
particular favor. He has a happy way
of putting things: "I was In Virginia
one day looking at a monument which
hail been orcctod to tho memory of
the Confederate soldiers when I met
an Englishman who had travelled
through tho Philippines ami Culm
landing at Mobile. Ala. was making
a tour of tho ITnltod States. I asked
him how ho enjoyed his trip through
Dixie. 'Now' he queried 'wli'-ie Is
ITixi. I lime traveled Enough n
! r pat t of tho United jjMtt'H nn
faawi i found It yet. and f earn Hurt It
on an map.' And now" continues
Steele In his dry humoruos ijiutmer.
"It becomes my embarrassing' duty to
tell ou why wa failed to put It on tho
1 1 In explanation of the dafcat of the
South lies in tho one exptowdmi re-
garding their foes "they kept a
In conclusion ho remarked. "Rut
now se'r all hack In Union. About
foit car ago. It took throe million
men to oorsuuilo ui back and now
down here It has taken about that
leiiHih of time for some of ns to get
in. but the case Is abiut the same;
there was a caumm'tiilxed tip with
us then and there' a Cannon mlved
up with us now."
A large number of Ardmore people
spent the Fourth of July nt the Chick-
usmw Rod and Gun Club lako and at
Hock Crossing. Tbu day imwKHl most
pleasantly. On such holiday ns this
urn n kind become more magnanliiKHis.
Among the men the biggest I! nil story
will pass currency without a dissent-
ing olce and each and every man can
hooM his candidate without four of
The ladles may give most excellent
n ihlce as to the retiring of young
America and even their neighbors
will nit with" mute III and not recall
the doings of tm past week among
the liuenlle members of their iwrtlc-
On Thursday afternoon. Mrs. II. A.
Simpson entertained the Ftre Hun-
dred club. During the afternoon
luncheon was served to Mow I sines
Fred Gates. Ill Cannon John Nichols.
John Whltemati J. N. Dodson C. O.
Itiiim. Joe Kerkstilre II. It. Ilracy and
Among those who took aupiwr at
tho Chickasaw lake during the m(
week were Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Kear-
ney. Mr. and Mrs. Charles VonWolss
Mr. and Mrs. Nell Carter Mr. and Mrs.
A. Eddleman and their guests Mrs.
Mist ml. Mr. nnd Mrs. Illoakmore Mr.
and Mrs. John White Mesdames IM-
wnrrts. Hoyd and Huchauau and Misses
Hlnke. I'atton mid Tnisk.
On Monday and Tuesday ovonliigs
Miss .Mildred P. Foster's music class
gave a recital at the Hroadway Moth-
odlst church. Monday evening was
dovoted te the Primary Detriment.
It created a great deal of comment
nnd surprise to bear such little chil
dren render Mich lovely compositions.
In their own spheie dlplttlng the
technique and fklll nf Ibe older pupils
As the program continued and each
child hut emphasised the skillful and
onrefitl training of their Instnitreas.
the secret of their success became ap-
parent. Tiwsday evening waa given to the
mnrp advanced pupils sststeil by Mr.
Walter Him peon and Mfg. N. fl.
McCoj. Hy special request. Master
Edward Roberta rt-fwsted his selec
tlon of the evening before.
Miss lalsy Roberts deserves estec-
ml credit for the faultless manner in
which she played Ikmthoven's "Moon-
light Soimtn" h masterpiece which
has a most romantic and beautiful
hlstorr nnd which In most dimeiilt to
Interpret. Again In "Presto From o
Minor Concerto." wltli Miss Foster nt
the second piano. Miss Roberts re
ccIvihI long and continued applause.
There Is no other word In the Kng
llnli language which has received
such universal abuse as music. I.Ike
an old coin It Is recognised and ap
preciated nt Ita full value only hy a
few and Is the tmttern for many worth-
less nnd spurious Imitations. Many
gifted men have told their story to
the world In strains of etllsh. master-
ful melody nnd the world has under
stood In part and hoiiured them as
masters. A larger number iiosaess-
Ing an hints love of music. Iimv
caught their spirit ami after iwtlent
and tltm taking study have Interpret-
ed the message and are spreading It
abroad they are the artists of the mu
Miss Foster baa won a deserved
place among the artists. The selec
Hons for the evening's program dis-
play the exquisite lasts with which she
has gone among the old masters and
gathered fronl their treasures selec
tion fitted for bur recital: as a gard
ener knowing bis needs goes among
his times and gather Hums buds nnd
blossom most lifted to his use. Miss
Foster Is an acquisition In our musi
cal world of which we may welll Ih
Democratic Press Association.
Tho Democratic State lress asso-
ciation of Oklnhoma Is horehy called
(o moot at Shawiioo on Monday July
0. at 3 o'clock p. m. to consider Im-
portant mutter pertaining to the nv
stato Democratic organisation.
I (J. NlllbACK. Prosldor.'.
II. M'. HUTI.IOR. Secretary.
TIIKUE'Sn lino variety of
C h 1 1 d r i n 's ( )x f o rd s 1 1 or e.
Girls' hIzom In OxfordH
Blucliors Tics mid (lib
son Uibboit Tins. Our Ox-
fords and Slippers will fit tho
child's foot porfectiy. Most
Oxfords don't liring In tho
HIiACK OR TAN MCATII-
URS OR CANVAS WITH
OR WITIIOfT llKF.IH.
Thii rhllilrsn'o furl so nt wlthOiroriM
will tin fined oorroclljr. Tli(ri- will he
no Krtplntf or llplnif t ihntivcl.
HAMILTON & GO
Till" (OUN Kit HllOf HTOItK
To Telephone Pntrons
Wo wish to announce that tho
extra chargo of fifty cents for
lon distanco instruments will
bo discontinued beginning April
1st 1000. All patrons who do
sire long distance accommoda-
tions will lirht lnnUt) tirrungo-
inents for credit with the man-
agement ott.orwiso they will t ot
bo granted long distance privil-
eges Do not force tho opftrator
to givo you credit.
W II. BERRY Mgr.
A hoy never lets his new watch run JenloiiBy hears a lot of
lw"- should not he pressed.
k SAFE AND A SYSTEM
yOU KEEP THE BANK
Pi PRACTICAL WAY TO SAVE MONEY
A nyalcm by means of which the money usually considered "not worth while" as well as other money may be denosi
- from further temptation to spend. No amount too large none too small
YOU KEEP THE BANK
ted "at home" and ia at once secure
4 Per Cent Interest
Your nccount grows rapidly for wo us well as you
aro constantly adding to it.
For Home Use
The above cut represents one of tho '"Homo Safes.''
It is made of steel highly finished and has two mon-
ey slots ono for coin and one for bills. Tlieso slo's
aro so constructed as tn prevent money once placed in
them from being removed by tho depositor. The door
of the safe is securely locked and tho key rotaincd at
$t Opens An Account
4 Per Cent Interest
' Compounded Semi-Annually
The missing link in tho chain of success ninety-nino
times out or a hundred is "FAILURE TO SAVE" and
being in consequence "NOT PliEPARED."
"The Home Safe Is Loaned
A pass book is furnished showing all deposits howev-
er largo or small properly credited; and you take tho
sit fo to your homa to protect nd caro for your surplus
mouoy and small change
WE KEEP THE KEY
H. M. WORSHv.d President
C. U ANDERSON VIco President
J. U WAMiACB Secretary-Treasurer
J. II. HOONR Mnnagor
Ardmore Loan & Trust Co
Capital Surplus and Additional Liability $200000.00
WE KEEP THE KEY
Call In and havo thoso boxos thor-
oughly explained to you. Thoy aro Just
as useful to tho "MKHCIIANT" as to
tho "WAG U-BA RN Ult."
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