The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 186, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 13, 1909 Page: 5 of 8
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Ardmore Wedneiday Jan. 13 1009.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Tlic largest and most complete line of solid gold and
guaranteed gold filled
in the city and no trouble to show our goods at
Walter C. Dean
10 WEST MAIN S I'.
Quin Wicker Manager.
Sam 11. Owens Assis-
OTlice M4 Fourth Ave.
Southeast at the Marble
Sidewalks built and all
kinds of concrete work
done. All our work is
Disagreeable Weather Conditions.
Th'p who wild tho snow of Sunday
night and Monday waH "waiting for
aorne more to come- can now bo un-
to their pine. Justified. Likewise
those who said that by the "way tho
bark grew on the trees' and the
amount th(. squirrels v stored away
during the summer there was going
to b- a '.id winter Tho weather Just
keeps right on being Had The snow
is about ono and one half Inches deep
on tho ground which Is doing pretty
Keep It on Hand!
Cousin and coJJi may irtze anjr
memwf ti I In family any lime.
Many a tail ciJtl hai rrn arr1nl
and much iKki.ru and luflrring
hat len Mvrl tytli prompt u
rl I Cutf There u nothing
IAe it to break up roughs and coLJa.
Thfp ti no JtrotKitial of lung
I uL ihat it will not relieve.
I i n opule or harmful in-
rt tit. I ine for children.
nil druKKiata' 25 cU.
Ardmore Okln. Asphalt
Shclby-Downard & Co.
DC MASK MNP SATtNT A9B UtO W
PHCDARCD ONLY OV
THE WATSON COHPAHY
PINE BLUFF ARK.U.SA.
cumtto users tl susiroeo ass ttmt
Act or junc ao.iBoa. aewixu no.iiiii
For Sale by Ardmore Drug
iri i"fl L i l m
A Cheching Account
Is not only a -great" convenience in
paying bills and in buying but helps
to keep your accounts straight; and is
AN IDEAL RECEIPT
We shall be glad
on the subject.
v. U for Oklahoma. While the loin-
pera'uro has risen considerably t-li.ee
Sunday night or Tuesday morning
tho cold Is disagreeable and there la
a peneitatlng dampness In the air
which Is trjlDK to thos. accustomed
to tho pure ilry atmosphere generally
prevailing hero. If the weather
brings good cro though ovoryltody
will try to "grin and bear It" or bear:
It ven if they enn't grin.
A Call From Those In Distress.
These are unpleasant days even lor
those who cuu keep In their comfort-
able homes for those who have warm
offlc and bright fin a. Hut for
those who must come and go through
the worst of it there U suffering.
Much moro for those who cronoh In
tireless rooms who havo not a suffi-
ciency of either food or warm cloth-
ing to keep the bitter chill from peno-
tratlug to the ery seat of lire. There
is distress and lack of the necessaries
of human existence In Ardmore. The I
m inhere of the llenevolent society
tho clergymen thoso who can go In
and out of the ahodis oT poverty
know these things. It there nro those
among mir people who have anything
they can sparo that will make suiter-
g moro boarablo to thoso in dlstioss
now la tho time to give it. Any of the
ministers any officer of tho ifforcnt
charitable organizations or church so-
cieties wllj take the money and ex-
pend It In the bent way to benefit
those for whom It Is Intended.
Death of a Young Wife.
Mrs. It. A. Cromer died at 7:110 thin
morning after an illness of only
few hour. Her remains will bo tak-
en to Dallas Texas her former homo
on the southbound train at noon.
Mrs. Cromer camo hero after her
marriage and had lived hero but a
few months. She had made many
friends since her coming however
who deeply regret this sod death.
She was but 28 years old and leaves
an infant a day old. This is tho sec-
ond of these tragedies within two
days. Tho death of a young wife and
mother under such circumstances Is
one of tho saddest things death ever
brings. Tho infant left by Mrs. Cro-
mcr will probably bo taken by
mother In Texas.
" WATbO.N'h t.Ncre-l!oin-.tiiHi-U-) UM-
S sw.it r. .. ....
Made to bo superior ui an uuiui" uo
tliu inui'kvt. l'cr bolllc. .ic and 1.
ato.n' cm.it; Mi;iico. w
Two l.diiou- 1 1 mi d ii-h vl liunuiia
eui-inaiy Suibcuii. put up in two up-
mi IjotlKs fur liurevR. mules nnd
unit sulliiitiu wnb Hptikiiiudic colic
i iii otic and oilier tonus ol bow-
el iruubles. l'cr bottle fl-
W.ITW1.VS III..VX1I inui.nit.
lli;i!.x utiiUr tlie buincMs wlule tticy
win If Heals witboul luuvinn an nil-
k u ily Mill- One niiplliilllon keeps the
Him .iff ill iliiv Kills n n' weililM
- is iitai-il pi our. IVr boltlv oVc and 51-
tVA'I'MI.N'.s I.Hlttn III.IM'IJU.
Tl v long HiiuKlil for remedy for bono
I iii..u..tfK lifiii. tiiintirs and i-lllarKe
Hu nts cnllouses. uluioiimil ileposlts mid
Kiowtlis. Tills ills tbe remedy I'All KX-
! l.I.K.M'l-; when every
l.Ulcd. Per bottle. 51.
VTMtVS IM Itrii: MIX.
Tlic pbyHi tor hoiKi s and mulrs. Ac-
tions sure nnd lonililete. .Simple. i-
fntive and bcnellelitl. Hm-li purgu
jiivin lo horse or mule gets more te.
suits t Sum u lun of imtcnt stock toods.
l'er box il.
w tv i-r.mtM't'rir..
li ss ns fevi r iilds in iini i'ng off
W.i .te priiilin is resulting A superior
remedy en which lo iicilimuic sloik
lir bottle tl
vTovi x'r vrjfinit itt'.Mr.nv.
Saving hundreds of horses sufferlnt?
with various forms of brn n skltuc-s.
Should he on hand nnd used early to
secure Kiinrnnteeit results Prr liox 1
."oil! rvrrytt hero or xent prepiilil on rr-t-t-lpt
tit prlee Write lor elreiiliirs.
Co. and City Drug Store
to talk with you
' V Graham of Pauls Vall"y Is .1
business visitor hero today. !
I) V. Veneer of Oklahoma Cltv In !
business visitor horo today.
I. II. Allen of Xashvllle Tenn. was
ii business visitor here today.
II. C. Young of I-awton Is among
the business visitors here today.
.1. I Marvin a prominent oltlson of
Poolovlllo wm a visitor hro today.
W. II. Weaver H prominent cltlson
of (!l"nn mns a visitor here today.
W. 1). Heiitley. ft well known dtlam
of Tishomingo la a visitor hare today.
1). U. Caldwill of Madlll was among
the out of town visitor h(re yester-
I'. I. Jacobswn. of Oklahoma City Is
among the out of town visitor here
Tom Orcratrwi n promlnow eltl-
sen of Oh mi. was a visitor here yes-
terday. I'. O. Adams of Cameron Texas. Is
Iwre today looking after business
V. (.'. Pollock a prominent farmer
of Sneed was a business visitor
11. 1-. (Jarred a prominent oltlsen
of W'ynnowood Is a business visitor
M. IVyrd. a well known citizen of
l'lsilevllle was here today looking af-
ter business affairs.
Hrown Cornellson a well known ctt-
ijwti of Sulphur Is among tho out of
town visitor hero today.
Mrs. '. C. llaker a former losldent
of this city arrived here last night
from l'.irls Texas anil will spend a
fow days here visiting with friends
Mrs. i. 1). Archer has roMirned to
her homo in Dallas Toxos aftor
spending a week hero with her daugh-
ters. Mr. X. K. Mai tin ami Miss
T. It. Caldwell district agent In
tho United States department of
agriculture was a business vlslttit
here today and whs a pleasant call-
er at the Arilmoralte office.
Hrown and bb-sich sheetings white
ii!lts nnd table linens with napkins to
match at WeMhelmer & Daube's. Ill-
Mr. Buchanan Not Hurt.
Tile report that Mr. C. H. HucJianau
was on the train wrecked on the
Katy in Missouri and that ho was In-
jured Is incorrect. Mrs. Uuchanau
has received a massngo from him at
St. Louis slating that .bo was then on
his way to Xow York. Everybody
will be glad to hear that h0 Is "right
County ComimlsMlouer Weaver of
Comanche comity whoso avolrdu-
IKils Ik not less thou two hundred
and a tpiaiier has four brothers and
t'o sistevs. whoso atfgrcgate weight
is I.KHi pounds and they are all
tight ing democrats and were n.vet
known to split tho tlckut.
Attention Red Men.
Important meeting of Washita tribe
No. :i:i Imp. O. U. M. will oo held
Thursday night at 7:.10. Work In the
adoption degree. Uoporls and bus!
ness of Importance will bo called up.
Hvery member urged to bo present.
H. A. KU.M IfKL
Xiwv linens uindras ginghams per
cr.les. India Ilnons vr.wh chiffons all
new. at W'esthelmer & D.uibo's. 13
Special Offer for Men
We have some extra nice suit patterns that we will
sell for 50c on the $ 1.00. Now is the time to get a
line suit at a little cost. We have a lew remnants
that would be nice for boys' pants. Come in and take
2nd Door West First National
there is Only One
Laxative Br&m Quinine
USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLO IN OME DAY
j Always iciiiembcr tho full nanm.
I (or this slguaturc 011 cvory box.
TlC Vll MHM-t lit
b tl 1 l.i'i i lm: i !i nil '
wuh Mrs C. I' .m Ivnbvig.
Some important arrangi-im nt were
made. The society had In 111.- Ihmii
Ury about eleven dollar fur which
tlK-ro was no immediate call In the
work. It was unanimously agreed to
glvp this amount to th IVneYotnt
society which Is greatly In turd of .
all donation. the Severe Weath. r .
having added to the sum of ml.ry !
wnlch that society I ti slngto Mleve. I
..... . . ..
The ladles of the Aid Koelety then ills-
cussed their plans for hiding an
"old fashloiiiMl sociable. at an e.irlv
.... . I
date. This will lie an amusing and i
ploasnnt entertaliinin... Hie hdl j
on the receiving commii.ee. .hose
charge of th( refreshmenits and those'
tnklng part In the music etc.. will all
be dressed in old-fashioned costumes. 1
It Is rrquesliM thfl those ladles who
have such things ns were worn fifty i
yrmr or more ago will let the ladies
of the Aid society ktinw whether thev
will lend these for the oecalon He-
freshments of coffer saculwlehri
douglinuts and ginger bread "Just IIU
'mother used to make." will be served
The gentlemen are hereby noitf-. d
that for their psieclal benefit v. ii 1 ('
cup of coffee and grnerou Iii'm t ;
of the other good things m-n; i .1
will be given. There won't in- i
"fancy fair" diet. Th. tint f -i- '
entertalninent has not et be n d I
cd upon but further notice win be
given In the Ardmorrlte.
ftnr the business session enilril
tho social session ltegan. atwl Mr
Van Denlicrg soivihI delicious s.uid-
wlchos. pickles cake and saucer pie.
with coffee and chocolate. Them was
a very good attendance hnt more '
ladles would have been at the meeting!
had not the
weather been so very
A wedding whlnh was a surprise to
tho many friends of the contracting
IMirtles is that of Miss Dora Frederick
and Mr. Charles Crosby. This wed
ding was quietly sebMunlzed at the
home of thp bride's mother Mrs. M.
C. rrederlch at 20r S. Washington
street Sunday January 10th. Only
the members of the families were
present. Hev. Wynne acted as the of-
tlel.it lag clergyman.
Mrs. Crosby Is the only daughter
of Mrs. l-'redcrlch. She has grown to
young wouinnJiooil In Ardmore and
was loved and admired by all who
know her and has many friends who
will w ish her a long and happpy wed
Mr. Crosby Is the oldest son of .1.
iN Crosby of Kunls Texas. He has
only been In our city about (en
months but while here he has shown
that ho In a stirring business man. He
Is at preseiH employed by tho grocery
firm of Jones ami McChaiu.
Mr. and Airs. Crosby will be at
home to their many friends at 205 S.
Carter County on a Cash Basis
Our efllclent county commissioners
have arranged with tho Ardmore
National Hank to cash all warrants
at par value. We think this a pret
ty good showing for them In this
their llrsl year's work. The til f ft
cult" in getting full v.ilne on war-
ran has been considerable In many
other states and it Is a good thing
that at least one county In Okln-
honia lias officers who are deter-
mined on a "siKit cash" way of do
Subscribe for the Ardmcrclte.
Jno. Stone Mgr.
Any m' -lligi til 'cr 'n tan he his
nun d.itcr in the (r.lin.ny i.inc of
lnor trouble. ( r the Mini't'iiii-. can-
not he mistaken If the white uf the
eye become ycllowiih if the skin be
'""" ?''w ltiplei and bh uhr
spiK.ir tl the bowels dn m-t tne if
lave ck laihf tf . ari.
lulious you may tic sure that your
I"" i torpid or iiiacthc.
Th null K.Kt unit ttiirom rrtnedy yet
fUnd for th rurr nf llvrr trout. lr it Miv
Tliln won.l. rftil remmlr In not "iiiv ii l.it.i-
l't B tonle writ It will stnrt
ih. now of H.mtrlr jut.. iimi. i.v .u
X""a 107.' 7s H'ro'a .TuiV'.ly
can t Wmsbt nv ! nHKi-t f - )
rents or II. Slut In nmny i n miiki-i
Ixittle him mml h elimnli' ui
ffT' Zy. V.
r1v.r"o?ov... vtl;Mr..r.i"vK'f. rv.;:
jujihII.t .tr.. nmi it cured Mm jtn n.
"" " ''"ZnXZ:
mrmWr of th faintly will neid u idJ
l"if'H-.r (n tmvr von or ntiy otiur .rf-
fcr.T irnm Hie Uer innKe n Ii t ef I)r
('hIiIHI's Cvnip IN-pstn ultlimil prismtil
rxtx'iii'i'. Pr t'Hlilwctt will n ml mhi a freo
trst linlt. If yon will send ur n.itnn
nnd sililtess 1 hi- winiile will ohoiv ynti
linw Ii-.Siiiit It Is In tnke. tinvv Ki-ntly It
vnrfcs It will stnrl you on tlie cure of
your trmilile nnd nitnlnre ynn thiit you
ti.ie f'Hi'i-t .1 ruri' Tlmt Is tlie nlijei-t of
tie o.i nit - ! . mill tbe ilnrlor urges you to
Hint fur It tuilay 1
H llirre Is nnytlilnir nliont
your summit that you don't
iimli-rst.itid or If you wnnt
any nuili! advlre wrlto
to tli doctor nnd lie will i
nnrwer you fully. Tliero Ii '
no clutrgi for tills Sfrvlro.
Tlii nililrcss Is lir. W. U.
C.ldw. II. Ml CalilwHI tilde.
Folks Say and
I !um wish you'd watch 'mi a
miiiuti -." said the man on t!ie isnn-
e-. ' It looks like all the men In
Ardmore are drunk this iniinliis.
They're trying to take both side of
the sidewalk at ouce."
Said the man from (Jhle.igo: "My
wife Is thn happiest woman you
ever saw s'ncp ll sinwel. She
smiles alt tho time. 1 believe Okla-
homa Is alsiul ten pert "it belt i
than before It snowed. ml the
boys! The last thing I did was to
pack up their skates beloi-.- we ef
home. My wife said I .vis tni'.v to
think they'll ever need 'li.'in hire
Hut tho boys 'linvo found a pond
whore tho Ice Is heavy enough to
sknto nnd tho young folks had tint
time of ihelr lives these last I so
days. Then they used to use their
sleds to. t)h. this is a great tiuie
Said the Mud man: "I do think
there ought to be n law to fore our
farmers and stockmen to provide bet
ter winter for tlie cattle. Why. you
have no Idea how tho isnir things
only provide no shelter for their
winters. And now. they can't gel
anything to eat. Lots of men nor
only provldo o shelter for their
stock but don't even feed thm such
weather as this. It's a shame."
Sold the Buffering family man:
"Say; I tell you what would b" I he
greatest piece of philanthropy that
was ever devised yet If only some-
body would get tip a machine that
oould be attached to a cow and do
the milking while you m'. In tin;
houso and worked tho bulb end of
tho attachment he'd bo a greater
benefactor to his species than Sir
Mosoh what-you-call him o.- any
other of thoso old codgers."
Said tlie homo missionary who
.vis shoveling away the snow on
his sidewalk: "Xaw: you heod'nt
think I am doing this thing Just
for fun. or because I haven't any-
thing else to do. I'm doing It so
none of theso folks will get their
necks broken before tho time comes
fo- the hangman to do It."
Said the Intelligent child' I in-'
can't figure out whether It would Ik 1
In st for me to let on that mv I
tbruat h sore enough to keep uu !
from going to school but no' son
eliou'-'b to keep from sliding. 01
whether it would bo better to go an'1
fix a placo so Prof. C intc bury
would set down 011 It pay up for j
licking me for saying bad wonli-
'Wlien I Jit "
Said the society lady: 'I Ion''
see why there's all this fu- u '!!
1.. 1 1.
piipi'lh annul peiipiu ih'iiik Ml Mil")
il. stress for the necessaries of lift
Why. I sco ve.-y good furs costingj
onlv ten dollars a set and blanket -are
maiked down oven lower Sonu
jieople are always trying to be con
Wcsthelnier & IV.iube's big store
which was so completely wreck" d b
tho big salo before the liolldaya has
again taken 011 a real stocky upifar-
unce. 1 :
That's tho namo of the bett flour
sold In Ardmsre.
Genuine Holeproof Sox
Now 25 Cents a Pair
You can now buy a box of six pairs
of Holeproof Sox -formerly $2.00
Those who have nlwavi paid lift eenta a pair for Inferior sox an
now have the best at thin price.
Holeproof are the original guaranteed sox tho llrst that wen
sold under a it months guarantee.
l'lie makers pay the lop market price for tin lr yarn they 1 nv
only the tlncM anil solti-d Kpyptlnn and "cn Mrud cotton.
Hut the top market price m now Icmh thu.i it wan Mkthe makers
are now Having YOI' Vi eentt on l pairs. Yet you g.l the sami
son as before.
Come in anil see what Holeproof are like- .lutlge If you want tho
genuiiii lb i ide if an other brand in one lialf m- good. I.iarn
what ji'ii save and gain when juii wiar Holeproof
LYNN the Shoe Man
You have often heard of sales with one-fouith and one-
third oil. Well this is a rumor with no visible guide
to you in jour hujin.
My sale extends from January ist to December
31st. The entire year and the fact that I am al-
ways busy and adding new customers every day sig-
nifies that some are getting wise.
Furniture and house furnishings sold on easy pay-
ments for fess than others sell for cash.
Lincoln Centennial Observance.
In December (low Haskell appointed
one man from each county in OKia-
homa to meet In Oklahoma City Jan.
nth to formulate plans for appropri
ately observing the oiio hundredth
anniversary of Abraham Lincoln'.!
birth February 1L'. Mr Spraglus be-
ing unable to attend appointed D.
Itmlfleld as his proxy. The couimltteo
mot nnd recoinnu tided that each
county celebrate the day In every)
school house allowing tlie hcliojil In
terests to largely dominate and en-
dorsed the following program:
Hattlo Hymn of the Ueputillc.
Short Sketch of Abraham Lincoln.
Lincoln's Oottysburk Aihlrost.
Kx tracts and Quotations of Lincoln
Star Spangled Hanner.
Tho committed hopes that the day
will be made a holiday and observed
fittingly nil ovor tho country.
3. H. SIMlACil.WS
Sleighs on Street Once More.
It looked llko a leaf out of another
llfo to xiv slolghs gliding about the
Htreeta of Ardtnoro this morning
Our ladlos were bruve enough to try
how It would feel today to bo on
runners once more and by wrapping
up until they look d somi 'hltig llki
UNTIL FEB. 1 1909
I will sell all new carpets (and 1 have all kinds) at
and below cost full roll or a single pattern. All odd
remnants at half cost. Get our prices at either place
my Main street store next door to Whittington Hotel
or my big cheap store on North Caddo street. Also
take a look at our line rockers iron beda Princess
dressers side boards etc. Remember we exchange
new goods for any old thing. Phone Auction Branch
Store 639. Phone my big Caddo store 360.
C P OALJLf
'I he New and Second Hand Home Outfitter
l S. Westor . rent and pack household goods. See us
the veiled women of a .Mohammedan
harem stood the cold and enjoyed tho
ride tho very novelty of the thlntf
making It a pleasure.
Kxtra select oysters always oi
hand nnd properly served. COzy dining
room for thu ladlos. A first class cafe.
Net Much Doing.
Hut let mo clean up your old hnt
an I clothes nnd you will look pros-
perous. JOHNSOX tho Hatter
10-2 Opposite court Iioubc
To my friends and customers
after January 1st 11)01) nil of
our work will be strictly cash
wo appreciate your past pat-
ronage and hope you will still
give us your business anil to
those who have never patron-
ized us wo ask you for a share
of your business.
Steve Rowles Mgr.
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