The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 186, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 13, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday Jan. 13 1909.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Merry Xmas and
Happy New Year
to all. We hope to see
your face at our store of-
tener in 1909.
Left his perfume depart-
ment at our store. Get
Chas. Kerner up-to-date
meat market. I kill my
own men ts and furnish
the very best satisfac-
tion guaranteed. Give
me a trial.
Say We Have
00 acres of good smooth Innd
live miles north of Lono drove
00 acres In cultivation Rood
house water oto. a bargain at
Jl'2..r0 per aero. Write us.
LOOK For sale or will trade
two story rock biilldlngon Main
St. In Ardmoro fiOxlOO. Let us
know what you have wo will
trade for any old thing.
FOR 8AM5-S20U stock in Elks'
The Jordan Company
MARIETTA OK LA.
Dr. C. Sterling Cooley
Ex-Secretary Colorado Chiropractic
Instltuto Association. Rooms 7-9
Slms-Pennlngton Htdg. Phono 400
Day or Night.
Over China Palace and Winder
Store. Consultation and Exami-
nation Fro". Lady Attendant.
Br own & Bridgman
Funeral Directors and
Larpo.st line of Funeral Goods
COMPARE OUR SERVICE .
Poilil Telaaraoh Cabla C.
N. Washington Ht. Tel. No. II.
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STOP AND LISTEN.
Everybody who wants shade
trees Just "phono mo and I
will get you nice trees of any
kind you want and will do
you good work cheap.
W. S. IlICII.
Phono S2t white.
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I nin now in charge of tho
Dallas News and the Daily
Oklahoman circulations In
Arduioie. Subscribers falling
to receive their papers will
please report to Ixmdon's Con-
fectionery. Phone US.
Want ads for either of these
papeis will receive prompt at-
tention. a-iin homer l. nova
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That's Uie name of the beat flour
sold in Ardruare.
WE CAN DO YOUR GAS FITTING
Don't wait until it gets cold again
Phone 60. Ardmor Supply Co
WOMEN ARE ASSUMING THE
LEADING ROLES IN WASHING-
TON AT THIS SEASON.
SOME STUNNING GOWNS
Nearly Every Night Last Week there
Were Balls or Receptions and It's
Just Started Morning Sessions of
Washington .Ian. 12. Washington
N really becoming 'what It has long
talked of being the- social capital
of the I'nlli'd States. .Members of
congress are beginning to feel that
the women constitute by far tho
motit Important factor In society.
Such a iliiiicliMK season bus not been
known for years and no right minded
person with an atom of sympathy
In his makeup can blame congress
for not holding morning sessions. If
It did some of thu more Iniluentlal
fiionibers would' ljEndoubtdy f;yt1
Pretty nearly every night last
week was i-ikon up by some form of
entertainment including the recep-
tion to the diplomatic corps the
Bachelors' cotillion and the dances
for Miss Hoosovelt. Then there
was the premiere of .Mrs. Carter's
"Kassa." which began at S o'clock
fund Mulshed at 1 o'clock the next
The reception of the vice-president
and Mrs. Fairbanks to the senate to-
morrow night will bp the most Im-
portant ;vii(l most brilliant function
In the next seven days. In fact.
It probably Is the most Imposing
nlTalr of the whole season next t(.
a White house reception. The mem
bets of the senate and their fam-
ilies with t' e most Important mem-
bers of the diplomatic corps ann
members of the cabinet circle anil
the justices of the supreme court
will form the company. One thous-
and guests are expected. Tuesday
night the British ambassador and
Mrs. llryce will be hosts at a danc-
ing party for .Miss Roosevelt. The
guests will Include the young peo-
ple of the diplomatic circle as well
as the young people especially lden
tilled with the president's daughter.
Iiuldeutullly experts agree that
Washington society ts adopting a
(b'tlnlte code of color and material
In this season of 1009. Deep I lull
purples crimsons blues and greens
appear to he the favorite shades
for matrons with the delicate pis-
tol shades almost unknown pink and
blues by common consent are given
over to the dehuutautes.
Chiffons and tulles are also foi
the young and near young. The
wise woman of more mature years
takes to satin the new satin crepes
which come In almost Infinite vari-
ety velvets and the old-tlmn silks.
Ottoman bengallne and even the
gros grains are much In demand.
Mrs. Roosevelt set an example
along this line with the dark blue
satin gown In which she attended
the first dinner party of the season.
She also wore It at tho White House
ball. Mrs. Richard Townsend also
has departed from her favorlto light
grays and white. This season she
is wearing one or tlio richest as
well as newest models In a wistaria
colored chiffon velvet. Other notable
leaders showing their prompt ac-
ceptance of the now deep colors In
velvet or very heavy satin. Include
tl... 11. .. M.. .1.... Tll....l
i who wears an olive green velvet din-
nor gown the Ilaronoss Moncheiir
who has a deep toned blue velvet:
Miss Cannon who has her best din-
ner gown In dark green velvet and
Mrs. Robert Ilacon who Is wearing a
chiffon velvet In deep violet.
.Mrs. Warren Fairbanks of Chica-
go the youngest daughter-in-law of
the vice president il'ayn among
the best gowned women wherever
she Is wore at Mrs. Crownltislileld's
breakfast party of Wednesday a
peacock blue satin showing several
new features. The gown was the
very latest drajted dlrectolre with
Many littlo lives havo been saved
by Foley's Honoy and Tar for coughs
colds croup anil whooping cough. It
Is tho only safo remedy for Infants
and children as It contains no opiates
or other narcotic drugs and children
Hko Foley's Honey and Tars Careful
mothers keep a bottle In the house
Itofuso substitutes Sold by all drug'
gists. d & w
C. P. Fraley is ready to take care
of that carpenter work. 8-lra
(Bubicrlba for tn Ardmoralt.
song r.m row train and a 'iodic d'-v
o-.yloti of Persian ctnbniidT . con
lined to the blue shades with an or
c.isionnl lines of black This was
as fine as lnre and put on Itl the
form of a deep V with cnliochon
of cut jet hcldlng the slightly drop-
d satin at the base of the V In
front. The linrrow spare iwlthln
THEithe onihrodletod hand Is finished
In a iKilutod yoke of henvy cream
white lace which Also In uiied ns a
diort close sleeve. Ovpr tills luce
sleeve 1 a long slightly drooped
-leei- of chiffon the color of the
gown A clone fitting coat of satin
reaching to the knees and a largo
hat. trimmed In wdllow plunw" tho
hat being In vnpettr gray completes
the very effective costume.
The one-tone gown proclaimed as
the only correct style of dress by
eertnhi authorities has a pretty
model in an olnlsimte tailored suit
worn by Mrs. Payne Whitney. This
Is the ashes of roses In a heavy
Oriental silk hut without the visi-
ble twill or cord seen In the usual
silk talloml suit. The skirt whir
opens at the left side rises In n
clone girdle almost to the bust
where It Is fitted to a chiffon and
lace hodlce In the some color. The
entire length of the skirt has smalt
silk buttons and loops of soutach.
The latter also forms as a running
border along the edge.
The coat wblcl Is semi-flttlng. Is
heavily braided across the shoulders
also on the deep dlrcctolre cuff and
pocket flaps. The sleeves are not
so long or so narrow as some mod-
istes would make us accept as ob-
ligatory and are finished by a fall
of lace self-colored like that used'
at the top of the bodice.
Mrs. Whitney wears with this a
round turban of ashes of roses but
with slightly pinker cast than In her
gown of which the rim Is a bind
of some fine long fur. A scarf of
the same fur. which is neither gray
nor black but apparently of the
most expensive fox variety matches
tlu) turban. Mrs. Whitney also
wears close round earrings of tur-
quoise. SENSATIONS GALORE
WHOLESALE FORGERY IN TRANS.
FER OF LANDS MAY MAKE THE
Muskogee Okla. .Ian. 12. Musko-
gee Is honeycombed with government
Inspectors who are collecting Informa-
tion concerning tho legality of the
mnumT in which town lots have 1kmi
scheduled and It Is said their labors
havo perturbed men high In business
and social circles of the elect. The
investigation hns been quietly and
secretly pursued and details have
ibeon carefully guarded hut from Infor-
mation that has sifted out It Is
learned that the search has bon
founded on the alleged fraudulent
filing on different lots In Muskogeo In
1001 through tho use of tho names of
persons living lu different states and
who had no right to havo any lots
scheduled ln their names'.
The matter was first brought to
light lu the filing of tho tow-nslte
suits commonly known as tho "Mott
suits" In 1907. These suits were the
result of a rcMrt made by I). C.
Foulke. of Richmond Intl. at the In-
stance of President Roosevelt. At tho
close of tho Investigation Mr. Foulke
recommended that suits be filed to
recover the concerned property back
to the Crook nation.
Agitated comment has been stirred
nit by the remarkable and seemingly
significant coincidence that the grand
Jury which has just adjourned will re-
assemble on January 2il.
Tho storm Is expected to break
within tho coming week and Its vio-
lence may carry into the courts on
criminal charges men of tho highest
prominence. It s even Intimated that
Its fury will be felt as far as Guthrie
whoro at least one state official will
bo nsked to explain his connection
with the alleged frauds.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take LAXATIVE DHOMO QUININE
Tablets. Druggists refund money If
It falls to cure. E. W. GIIOVE'S sig-
nature is on each box. 25c.
Notice Woodmen Circle.
Owing to the Inclement weather
no call meeting of the Woodmen
Circle will he held Thursday after-
noon but the regular meeting will
ho held Friday night January loth..
Mill) SANDU.V. (liiardlnn.
CI.E.MIE MAUT1.V. Clerk.
Thero Is no caso on record of a
cough cold or la grippe developing
Into pneumonia after Foloy's Honoy
and Tar has been taken as It euros
tho most obstlnato deop seated cougtn
and colds. Why take anything else?
Sold by all druggists d & w
Subscrlbo for the Ardmorelte.
AN ANSWER TO TUBBEE
MISTAKES MADE DY HIM IN
HIS LETTER REGARDING LAND
1 noticed In the Utaly Ardmorolte
January 11 an urtlcle wrlttm b
He starts his nrtlclc h speaking of
of the general government mmingo
incut regarding land suits And If he
knows us little about the hind suit
lu the first ixirt of the nrtlo1!? as he
d about the latter part we advise
hint to go to tlu trouble of postltu
himself concerning the school h.uis
on that hv discusses. In the llr.'
place each school district it. ;
bonds to build their own school l ouse
and tin county don't have anvthiu;
to do with It. He takes up Mi"
Springer school hous prooltto'i an I
discuss It ss though he knows all
alsiut the school laws of the count r
The facts are that the Spring! r
school Is in a very large district i: 1
by ciMwolldiUlng the districts Is nil j
nlng tbnv wagonettes the cost of!
which Is Isirno by that school tils' t It
exclusively. They hv. In regular i
attendance 172 pupils which give"
them the benefit of a grndctl school
and gets three times the attention
they could nosslblv got In small
country schools. Neither the county j
nor Mr. Tnbhee liave one penny of I
taxes to p.ty for this magnificent
work displayed by the energetic citi-
zens of that community only those
who live ii tho school district It
Isn't fair or becoming In Mr. 'Publico
to publish to the world such Inaccura-
cies. This big blanket Indian who
calls himself Tubbee Is as much lu
error with reference to the Iron
bridges which he claims are built
over Insignificant brooks and which
cost thousands of dollars as he Is
nlMiitt tho Springer school. I am glad
to In for mhlm that the bridges built
In this county are for the purpose tit
accommodating energetic and progres-
sive citizens and so far have not cost
the t.ivpnyers of Carter county a
dollar. They are built with money
borrowed from the stnte on ten years
bonds anil will pay for themselves
many times over before the 'bonfts are
due. When they havo served their
purpose no doubt they will bo re-
placed with the most modern reinforc-
ed concrete -bridges. Uy this time with
such a progressive citizenship as
Carter county now has the building
of bridges will ho of such small mo-
ment that tax payors of the Tubbee
class will scarcely fool It. It Is
gratifying to know that there are few
of the Tubbee class In this section
for the most part. tin. Indians In Car-
ter county are lUo their white broth-
ers In tho matter of progress lu the
way of upbuilding our country. Mr.
Tubbeo should visit tho Woodford
school where they have lu regular
uttendnuco Hi" pupils and live near
enough to go to this school without
a wagonuette. Perhaps It would bo
interesting to the peoplo at large to
know that good school houses have
been erected In almost every district
lu Carter county which means good
teachers and good teachers mean a
large attendance and that this Is no
longer ii Tubbee country.
Report of State Fair Association.
Sidney Suggs vice president of the
Sttito Pair association received the
resrt of the dlixvtors of the State
Pair of Texas. This report shows that
the directors have on hand $9:!'Jj!i..!y
remaining after a disbursement of
$1!8U.'.ISS.S7. This is a flue showing
from thu Texas gentlemen and most
gratifying to thos. who are always
glad to hoar good news from our sis-
program for Second Annual Conven
tion at tSillwater Jan. 21-22.
Following Is the piogrnm for tho
second annual convention of Oklaho
ma Dairymen's convent Ion which Is
to be held at the A. & M. collego at
Stillwater. Okla. on Thursday anil
Friday January 21 ami 22.
Thursday Jan 21 9:00 a m.
"Co-oporatlon" Joel (J. Wlnkjer
"Tho Ifest Cow on tho Farm"
Itobt. Poebly Oklahoma City.
"Tho Hand Separator" C. F. Cur-
tis Kansas City Mo.
"What Tends Towards Advance-
ment" Hoy C Potts. Stillwater.
"The Silo ami Its Uses" W. A.
1:30 Demonstration Lecture.
"Selecting Dairy Cows" John A.
Citilg San Antonio Toxas.
3.30 p. tn. Session of Statu Dairy-
"Annual Address" J E. NIssley
Itoport of Secretary Hoy C. Potts;
Appointment of Committees.
Meeting Adjourned to meet the
AND YOU BUILD BUT ONCE
Wo havo sptMit lut 1 f ti lifo" time learning how to construct Business
lilocks Sellout Houses Good Residences Good Hams.
No building tuo large for our capacity no building too small to
appeal to us.
The larger the building tlio more particular tho ownei the belter
pleased we are.
Wo know how to give you your money's worth. Wo take contracts
anywhere in Oklahoma or North Toxas. Wire us or see us.
M. J. Gill
Court House Building
7:110 p. tn. Music by the Collego Or-
chestra. Address "Opportunities for Dairy
Farming In Oklahoma." James Wil-
son. Pr- s. Murray State Agr. School
Address "The Sanitary Milk Prob-
lem" fleorgo M. Whlttaker Dairy
Export Wushlngton. I). C.
Friday Jan. 22 9:00 . m.
"What Our Oklahoma Contest But-
ter Contained" Prof. W. 11. Wright.
"City Milk Plants" Ceorgo M.
Whlttaker. Washington D. C.
"What Makes Success in a Cream-
ery" Chas. A. Orant Thomas.
"Success at Hlackwell" II. II.
"Establishing and Operating a Co-
operative Creamery" Joel G. Wink-
J or. Manhattnn Kansas.
Scoring of Contest Ilutter.
1:"0 p. in. Iluslness Meeting.
itoport of Committee and Election
2:10 p. m. "Advantages and Disad-
vantages of Centralizing" John E.
Itobnrts. Enid. Okla.
"Artificial Itefrlgoratlon In a '.ocal
Creamery" O. E. McDowell Inboma.
"Factory Management" w. 11.
Thurston Enid Okla.
"How Can Oklahoma Ilutter bo Im
proved?" Hay McCreer Oklahoma
Order for Hearing Petition to Sell
State of Oklahoma Cnittr Cimii'v
lu County Court.
In tho mnttor of the eniiiti- of
Hattlo Clark deeetised.
.Vow. on this ttth day of .lanuarv
100ft O. M. Hedfioltl Adm . Inning
filed heroin his petition for the
sale of tho tool estate deserlbn j
lu said petition for reasons lu salu
It is ordered that said petition
bo and Is hereby set tor hearing
on tbo fith day of February A. I).
1009 at 10 o'clock a. tn. at which
tlmo all persons Interested In said
estate are required to appear nirl
fchow cause If any they havo why
an order should not bo granted for
the sale of so much of the real
estate of said Ilattle Clark deceased
as Is necessary for the raisonn in
said petition stated.
It Is further ordored. that n copy
of this order bo piiblishnl for three
successive weeks In the Ardmorelte
of Ardmore. Oklahoma.
W. F. l.OWMAN
12-19 2C Special County Judge
To the Mayor and City Council of
the City of Attlinore Oklahoma:
We Clio undersigned citizens and
property owners on Fourth Avenue.
Northeast beginning at the east side
of Washington Street anil continuing
to I Street hereby petition your lion-
orablo body to take such steps as the
law directs In having sidewalks con-
structej on said avenue.
W. S. Fit A LEV.
MRS. J. I j. WEI.l.S.
J. H. HUTCHIXS.
O 10. Fit A LEY.
T. J. DAHItAH.
H. A. ICEMIlEIi.
die It resolved by the City Council
of the City of Ardmore Oklahoma
that pursuant to a petition signed
by more than ten cltlzons and prop-
erty owners on Fourth Avenue.
Northeast beginning at the enst
sldo of Washington Street and
continuing to I street In sai.t city
asking that sidewalks put
In on said street. It is- herebv
Grand Avenue Hotel
AMKRIC AN PLAN
GUY V. FERGUSON Prop.
Most centrally located hotel in Oklahoma. Elegant
c.ifo in connection. The best of Service.
ordered that tho said sidewalks are
necessary and that the property own-
ers on sal J nvenuo are hereby ordered
to proceed to put down concrctJ side-
walks four (I) feet wide in ten days
from this date and upon failure to
do so within said timo that tho City
Council will ndvertlso for bids and
ami put salt! sidewalks In anil charge
tho satno to tho adjoining property
Passe and approved this tho 1th
day of January 1900.
J. H. PENNINGTON
G. H. nitUCE City Clerk. 3 10
President Helps Orphans.
Hundreds of orphans have been
helped by tho president of tho Indus-
trial Orphan's Homo nt Macon. Ga.
who writes: "Wo hav0 used Electric
Hitters In this Institution for nine
years. It has proved a most excellent
medicine for Stomach Liver nnd Kid-
ney troubles. Wo regard It as one of
the best family medicines on earth."
It Invigorates tho vital organs puri-
fies thu blood aids digestion creates
appetite. To strengthen nnd bul'd u;i
thin itale weak children or run down
peoplo It has no equal. Best for femalo
complaints .Only 50c at Ardmore Phar-
macy d & w
WE CAN DO YOUR GAS FITTING
Don't wait until It gets cold again.
Phone 60. Ardmore Supply Co
We Will Contract
To do all your plumbing work from
mending a smtul leak to supplying
all the labor and materials for tho
plmblng of an entire building. Those
who havo employed our services or
bought plumbing supplies from us
are our best rofuronces. Their tes-
timony will show that wo give every-
body tho sqttarest of squaro deals.
.Smii'l A. i-rLv Succetsur
S. Washington St. Phono '
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