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ARDMORE, SUNDAY, FEB. 3.
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SIDNEY 8UQQS, Proprietor.
rntsrtd at the I'ostullico at Ardmore
t Scou l-clais .Yell Matter
November I 1633-
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SLXTTV?.0 to be greatly enjoyea and ion, j over 000 .ume. of standard U,t.,,.
the Uilckasaw Stock Association of r. m.-mberwl for Its thorough dellKht-1 and loforenco books.
ie Indian Territory, and the omda: flne.. The novelty of the decorations j -Mrs. Conlan, It Is renienibered. w.
organ of tho cltr nan unique. In decorating, pink heart 'be tiit. president of tho Indian Tern-
Use the Ixrng Distance Telephonic e-Mtnslvely used anu were indwi jtory Federation which separated from
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ARDMORE, SUKOAY, FEB.
It has been cold unough to trevzo tbJ
luirns of a tlllemma In bouio places,
but the question Is whether It ban hurt
the lx.ll weevil.
Negro puniu-snatcherti are getting
busy again. This may wittse the wj-
men to resort to tho safe and timo-
honored placo of keeping for monoy
No wonder Kn gland object to the a.i- j
lu xation of Canada to tho Unltcrt
States. Funds aro being raUod in Moi-
treal and Ottawa for the relief of tho
lxr of Ijondon.
A Masxacliutetts man who opened
an old family Bible found a govern-
ment bond that had Itcvn stowed away
In tho volume for forty years. There
ate many valuable things to be found
In the Bible.
Senator Brewer of Kansas ho Intro
duced a bill to raise tho standard 01
oil. But -what Kansas needx most Is
a measure that will ralno Standard Oil.
onu that will raise it as high ns the
kite onco uperattl by Mr. Gllroy.
' There Is nothing the matter with thj
dlgnntlve apitaratus of President Kooso
Velt. He never had it bad symptom at
iisr that dinner in little Hungary, at
which ho ate kobonyal, moAelblumchci),
sushogyl aud kapevsztas riles.
Do not bo tcxi snngiitne. Nothwlth
ilauilliiK Uie millions of tons prodiicp I
by Uinie Nature, lee will not be any
i heaper In the coming warm months
i ban It was last summer. This Is one
liutaiu-o where Uie law ot supply and
dotiuiud docs not govern.
; The congn'Ks iti the nation rmiuilly
applaudeil Coiiki esHiuau Sullivan whei
Mio latter eloimently defendol his fath
er for once knocking a man uown.
What stnttHmen want is sjniethtng
MtKirty and exciting. It beats regular
bWnoes and pays them Just as well.
Tho two sisters of Pope Plus X ,
Ko.o and Maria Pnrto, have
tnwn cibllgivl to leave tlietr
apartments on tho ground iloor In tho
Corso Vlttorio at Home, owing to tho
jiwds of curious Idler and beggar
hung about the house, staring or
throwing begging letters In at tho win
ilciw. "Somebody doubtHl If Oklahoma
would accept statehood without pro
hibition," says tho Uiwrenco World.
"The man who doubttd dop not know
Oklahoma. It would accept statehood
with slavery, or with polygamy, or
with wifo-beating, but It would do as
it pleased about It after It got it." Ok-
lahoma's answer to Kditor Finch's a j mates bock in Illinois and the Wend-t-
r.ou Ik awaited with Interest. .'ship which sprung botween th
IN SOCIETY'S REALM.
;3 c c. c- sr sr c ; c f
Mix .stiliwell II KtikRfll entertain
ed a few Mends with n dinner party
Inst Thursday cvenlns, complimentary
'to Miss tK'it of Siiri-vport, Th
dinner, an elaborate one, was serr.l
'In feveral furses and the Kuost will
lonfi remember th o-akm an a raist
On last Tlmrsda)- Jllr. B. K. Oulliot
havo a charrnlriK party at her residence
on II. street. The handsome parlors
wt-re t ran sforra ed by skillful deco rat
ine Into a place of beauty and rtvi-fl
light and color. Carnation and fern
'weru us?d In decorating in hutis. i
, which looked exceedingly pretty by i ft ,
Kuobre. the fame of th eveylnc. I
noyxl by the jcue-aU present HhlcJt !
i included Mr. and Mm. T. A. Thurmond,
Mr. and .Mrs. J. N. DiAdson. Mr. and
Mm. C. I Andenton, Mr. and Mrs. U.
A. Simpson, Mr. and Mm. Fred (Into.
j Mr. anil Mrs. C. I. .Ilyrny, Mr. and Mr.
A. W. IhJnham. Mr and Mm. Johu
Whlteman, Mr. and Mr. J. O. Aber
nethy, Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Uracy an-1
iMr. Cooper of Gainesville. Mlfes
Jennie. Vllllani!,Mary Whlteman and
Taylor of yhreYrport, Jji and John
D'jrlnR tho vvenlnt; a three cour"
limrhi-oii was served.
. ,, ,,.,,i, ,t,.. ,.. I
nnt h cut Klas vase,
A W. Dunham was highest oror lor
th.. ivnilmnn'it iirie anil r.Hitvoil a
- " r
. . .
n honor of her t,-uet. Mr. V. C.
,.,.,. f Oalnesvllle, Mr. Kr.xl OatoH
HV" a 01,1 HUchrw par,y ,hal W3B 38
snian an n wan original anu ua urn
file paper were worn throughout the.
'jjamt:. Women will welcome with Joy Hi'
J Those pnwent wore Mr. and Mrn. ; uews that a remedy has been dlo
IXxlMin. Mr. and .Mrs. Anderson. Mr. ! wed that not only remove frt-kle.
,and Mrs. (iulllot. Mr. anr. .Mrs. simp- ! but all blemishes of tho complexion.
,oti. Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, Mr. aud Mr.
John whlteman, Mr. and Mrs. Aber- I
, ,hj Mr ,, Mrij Cannou Mr. an ljl
Mrs. Jlyars. .Mr. and Poland. Mrs.
ll'rtlia Whlteman and Mrs. Cooper ol
(;unin- Hie. Delicious refreshment
jirs. ni jt. cannon was high scoier
, ,,.. u,,, ladles and was awarded the
'jrize. Mr. John Whlteman won tho
consolation prize, while Dr. Abnerthy i
i n eeived a neat, pin for the gentleman'
i The dance giviia by the F-lks at le.clr
Ib.i'l Fridoy night In honor ot the vis
jliiug young ladles was Informal it;
lii.i"- only for theto haj; never bviii a
1 r- r assemblage 1! girls m
i hannlngly gowned, nor a moie rep
resntutivo gathering of the chlvalar'
of Ardtuom than thnt -which graciM
The lloor was In good condition, the
musiu from Galnejsvtllo was excellent
nnd In fact, nothing was lacking to
make the dance a notable oue.
The lllks have entertained charmln
ly In Urn past but It must Iw said in
justice to Uie "autlercd brothers ' tint
they eclipsed all previous weuts dur
ing tho winter seofon, and the affair
of Friday night add- J sreatly to their
ivputatlon as jnist masters In the art
It seemed that society was out in
full fore,) to pay a tribute to the visit-
ling yoiuiR ladles for whom tho aflalr
whs planned and so sucoessfully con
Tha ball was oienel with a prnd
march led by W. H. lJyrd and MIsj j
Floy AIvIk. The dance was a progT.vn .
affair and the followers of the terpsi
chorum art found much eujoymen' l.i
the dreamy walttes and two st ps
The visiting young ladles present .
were Misses Sogar of Virginia, Best oi
Slinrveiort and Taylor of liulMana. j
The visiting gentlemen Included j
Mesrs. Tom Boyd and Will Ousloy o (
Chlokiuba; Allen ot Knusas City an-t
Gibson ol Tishomingo. '
The marriage of Mr. Clay Cox oi j
Temple and Miss Amma l.edbetter was
quite a uurpriso to Uie many friends ni
tho bride. Miss Ijedbetter was qul'e
promluent In social circles in Ardmore
aud h.r friends aro legion. Tho young
lady was reared hero and her pleasing
disposition and womanly qualities
won for her a largo number of rriends.
'.'ho groom enmo hero from Temple
and Is prominent In Insurance circles.
The couple will make Ardmoro their
The marriage of Mr. Beoso Dave-,
port and Miss Nettle Norrls wa- the
culmination of a romance which b-vi
years ago. Tho couple were school
? - sr. y r sr &
ened inin a love affair which has tc
mtnaied most happily The coup'c
111 reside at Streater, III.
I The ladles of tho lal will meet
, with Mrs. Outllot tomorrow afturnoo-i.
1 ArrtmorH p.oplev.Uo mm Mrs. Con-
Ion of Ttoka, president of tho Ind. Tor..
meeting here, will Ik? Interested In to.
lowinj; retort of a recent meeting ot
tho I'loner Club, of which Mrs. Con
Ian was the founder:
The IMoneer Club met In regular
session at the home ol Mrs. McUrlde
Tuesday afternoon, February 7, with
r. goodly number of members prKii'
"Mm. I. A. lirigg opened the pro-
mam by recltlm; In a moat chnrmlnx
maaner the poem by A. Utile entleleJ !
"1 Am UylnR, Bsypt. Dying.
"Mesdamo Morrtion and Ulllc
very ably debated the question: 'It'
kolvwt, that Clvoimtra IMd luive Xi
hony." This debate lu connection with
study ot the Shakuitpentan play, was
one of tho beat things ot the Bcifin.
Iloth ladles pave their carefully pr
paied arptments In u Htrong and con
ehifclve manner. The delxitors were
quick uad witty In reialiallng, raaklns
the whole ducldi-tlly Intel eating and
untertulnlnK to the hearers.
"A buslnuKW Item ot Iteneht to th
,-,i,h,. nnnn r.i ih.. m.rarv
; and club house committer by th,:r
jchatrmiui, Mrs. W. A. McIJrlde, tha:
the chili now had on doDOSlt at tho
;,.,... v.i-.i ..... . u
Moku National lVauk cufh amounting
to Jl.lh'.. This meiuiH that In all
pn.i'.iblllty It will not be loni; befor-;
the IMoniur Club houx' of Atoka wul
be started and a home for the I'loneer
Hhrarj" completed and thrown open
Ht Is the discovery, of a famous specui
m. and the mot recent successful case
that of Mrs. H C White or 42.
I Academj street, South Orange. N. J
.S1' oo' possestis a b-autltul comple
'on anl Is naturally sc pleased th'.:
r'' seuding fne to every wom'ttn
"ho writes to her the prescription th..'
really is the secret of a beautiful con
Jouto,tdlNo..ouhara.,.lado ardm mtwj
South McAlester society Item "T4
'dancing teacher is having quite a
vogue. When you notice one of our
substantial citizens with a thoughtful,
pucke-red look, muttering "one, two,
; Uue. and giving an occasional hop,
like a chicken, that moans he l" stud'
ing his dancing lesson outside '
The marriage of Mls Iva Fondvllle,
teacher of tho primary department ol
j tho lavis jrabllc school, to Fay 1.
I Crossett, odltor of tho Davis News,
' will take placo tit tho home of the
j bride's parents, Major Clemmons and
wife, next Tuesday night at S:30
"'flock i nthls city. Tho wedding w.M
be a quiet affair, only relatives and :i
few Intimate friends belns Invited.
Miss Fbnvillo has visited Ardmore on
several occasions and has quite a num
ber of friends here. While In tho citv
she has been been tho guest of Mth.
Mr. Tom D. Glover, well known
here, was recently married to a socle' v
, leadc r of Houston
f Coleman Bros.
U. S. A.
No BIITERS FOR 21 YEARS
Where a druggist at'curate
ly coinpounds the identical
remediul ayont the physi
cian prescribes, ho full tills
the requirements of Ethical
Pharmacy. No druggist
can do more. Wo uro will,
ing for our work to undor
go tho closest scrutiny.
Pooplo who have fed
Crescent Poultry Food say
it is tho most satisfactory
egg producer they huvo
used- !0e in a tin bucket.
W. T.NIXON, Silversmith
V ' r.-;-ir f: v.p to A-
. So h. a lot ot tnirtuv.
. a A-.tulur pairt) to b e:il
. srin ;h- eM-ninc ot Frtdy In com-
'T.ev i f h -r riaB'tsome rue;. - Ho-.
Mr. Jerrt McCtuakry al Mrs. I'.
I Price were guau of Mr. Morris
Sav la Art mem iu r UiriK oajs
i be lv wciik.
, Mrr B. A. Slmsoa cnteiiaibed
Thursday s.'terncor, SOS O stmt
Isoathnest, ntth a ucber prty In
ibonor of hfr gyost, Mr. Fi-d 0. Oaou
er of Glatvt)le. Table' fcr olay
'were set for six couple-. A Mtichrcn
i In two coumc-c was served during the
itc-rnoon. The prl?. i . ac-ii by
Mrs. Cooper Taos prci?ni win
Misses Whlteman, Taj lor and A'.muiiJ.
iMesdames Gates, Cannon, nracy. Dunn.
IJcnhn Whltemar-. John Wiiitemnn,
IXxlson. Poland and Cooper of (5lne
vllle. Mis. John Whlteman was hostess
lor the Whist Club Tueda afternoon
at hi-r hnd-Kmu resioVnce l.i tho
southwest part of tho city, lhe oc
casion was enjoyed by abo'it twenty
member- of the c lub. A dalnt , lunch
eon wa served during tho alle-noon.
Th" guest's prise was won by Mrs. II
II. liraey. th" crab prlte by Miss Mar
Whlteman and tho consolation by Mt
Va' Olive. TtoMi who attended were
Miss's Taylor, Whlteman, William?,
Dennett, Stcrvens. Oardeahlre, Hlake.
Nell Ulake. Olive. Vera Olive, IMlllam.
Trask, Al1s and Peel. Mosdamt-s
Walcott. Conley, Brack, Cannan. Slra,
on. Poland. Dodson nnd Gates.
Mr. George Dashner entertained th1
Orlos Friday altemoon from 2:30 to
0 o'clock. Mrs. K. O. Hudson was hat'
er for the afternoon and icad for her
paper a sketch of the life and work or
Poet Tennyt-on. Tho paper was a very
pretty and Interesting one and wat
the feature) ot the afternoon. Deput.v.
t character of Dickens' admirable book.
Kdwln Drood. which he was writing
at the timo of his death, was discuss
ed by all present. Uquid air and th"
results obtained from it was tho sub
ject for table talk. An interesting dis
cussion was that of "Uro is too short
to read anything. What do you think
it is best to read?" One of tho mem
bers gave the opinion of her husband
and In all the discission was profit
able and gave an idea of the vast
amouit of literature which Is pourel
from tho press of the country each
Goods delivered to nny
y ""Vice dMmMf SvoLh
is f;ei th it !-riikn it H
itvMlRKtusly dlt'eil that prucfUvi
fuding was the most pmtr.nblu an'
:ht from all toe Itteratt'e or ih
sue 'he fol. cxkik. newspaper- at, I
.h Ploli- sie the most profitable icad
TUt third act of the Merchant r
Wnlct" was rend and dItKnissed Tins
i l'jject will tx pernsiKl by the lu1)
until Is has been completed. A dS
'ishB cf the selections In the yc.tr
'book which consists of what one re.t
lihrciutb the wwk was a vtrry Int.'res"
Mrs. K. O. Hudson will be hostes
jfor thu r!.ib at the next meeting. Mis-,
!llele McCoy will be leader.
Miss Blanche Uurney enteitulned a
i party of young friends Friday at the
'resldcnco of her parents, Mr. and Mnc.
iWes Uurnuy, 703 C street, northwest.
I In honor of her guest, Miss Cass'.c
Pearson of Marietta. Tho occusloi
' was enjoyed by some dor.en couples.
Mr. F. It. Wolvorton attended th
. rwent dance at tho Blks club In South
! McAleter. Thct affair was one of the
I nicest In the social history of that
Several Ardmoro persons will attend
the Stelfcl-Zftcharias wvddlng at Gain
esville on next Wednesday night.
Vrt's'ei lit Hadley of Yale, says that
' Mr. Hoofccvelt has "llrted tho prcsl
jdency out of politics." The recent ac
'tlons of tho chief executive Indicate
that he has lifted tho olllco out ot Ho
publican jiolltlcs and dropped It down
It. ll, flivmrw. -.r.,,.
In the vivid, led habiliments or s:
jtan, Lewis Morrison himself will soon
iPT!ar here as the mocking Mephls
to cytultlngo ver lost souls In tho spec-1
tacular version of his new "Faust." Tho
'power and fervor of Lewis Morrison's
'rendition of this complex character
'have made him famous in all KngllsH
f peaking countries, and though many 1
Imitators have appeared, he is concod
I cd to tw tho envy and despjilr ot all
Tho members of the Woman's Home
Missionary Society of the Broadway
-Methodist church will meet Tuesday
afternoon at the church Instead or
Monday afternoon. All memlf'rs will
pleaso send In their dues for the last
quarter, and tho contribution for tho
bazaar which has been postponed for
.some timo to come.
.M-RS. C. S. MAUP1N, Sec.
Wool Waists, Sweaters,
Woolen Hosiery, Etc
You Need These Now. All
part of the city.
BUY YOUR DAUGHTER
oiu of our piano." and shu will
ropny yo i many times over. She
wn! repay you in gratitude ami
affection. She will rejiay you in
the pleasure she will afford you
, by her music.
i A PIANO
'like ours will last many years
,aml w ill make your homobright
r v during every one. We have
been very careful to get only
tho kind wo can recommend and
'guarantee. We have been as
particular about the action as
j the. case. Wo have been more
than liberal in iixing tho prices.
It remains for you to secure
these advantages by an early call.
i E. B. LUKE
It 3 W. MAIN ST. ARDMORC.
THE BEST SEKVICK IS
OFFKHKD IIY THK
East and Northeast.
A through sleeper daily
From Hot Springs to
For lull information as to rates,
timo tables, etc., applo to your
local agent or ed dress
X. B. BAIRD,
Trav. Pass. Agent,
Little Rock, Ar