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Ardmore, Tuesday, May 31, 1910
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
NINE REASONS WHY
I'M NO CAMBELLITE
The above subject was discussed
by Kvungollst llrown at the Chris
tian church last evening. Tho home
was full of eager listeners. Mr
Drown said, "I reverence the mem
ory of Mr. Campbell and feel sure
that he was ono of tho greatest
men of his ago. Tho government of
Germany gavo him a lllblo printed
in seven languageH as a recognition
of his scholarship, and ho could
read thorn all riuontly. I lo was tho
founder of llethany College, one of
our oldest and best Institutions of
learning; but 1 have nlno reasons
fcr not desiring to wear his name.
1. Ho has nowhere. In word writ
ten or spoken, asked mo to wear
his name. 1 would be doing It with
out bis consent or authority. Ills
whole life was spent in combatting
tho Idea that Christians were per
mitted to wear any ether nnmos
than thoe given in the New Testa
ment. 2. He Is not the author of one
thing that I believe or practice.
Christ is tho author of my nlvn
tion and not Mr. Oampboll.
:i. In rending the Bible throng!.
I have never found his nnme. nnd I
urn determined not to wear nnv
namo unless I can find It In the
Hiblo. (loil has provided a naroe
for Ills people and I should not!
substitute for It.
I. He was not crucified for me
It, but If thoro was we see In the '
next division of my sormon that tho j
Inspired Peter recognized It ns a '
suitable namo for tho followers of '
S. Hut If any mnn suffer ns a
Christian, let him not ho nshatned; i
but let him glorify God In this '
namo. First I'ctcr 1:15. The name j
ft. i ... i .. . . ...
v iiiinu.iii in a name in wnieli wo
can glorify God.
0. Tlioro Is no othor name under
hoaven given among tuon whereby
wo must be saved. There am four
names for God's people to wear,
llrethren, Saints, Disciples and
Christians, llrethren has reference
to tho fraternal spirit, Saint to tho
character, Dlsclplo Is n learner or
follower, and Christian Is urn- vi
tally connected with Christ.
Subject Tor tonight, "The WVrld's
Croatcst Magnet." A chart sermon.
Wednesday night tho ovuiigelna win
glvo his famous nddre on "Itoone."
Ilaptisnml service this evening.
HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA WAS
AWARDED THE EVANS SILVER
Four furnished rooms for llht
housekeeping, bath, gas, fewer, and
electric lights. Servants house ami
barn. Corner 2nd Avo mid C street,
Southwest. Phono 102 or 201.
FHANK UOm.SOX. ft
The opera house was packed and
jammed last night to witness the first
evenlng'H o.erelies of commence
ment week of tho Ardmoru city
schools. The evening wns devoted to
an exposition of music in tho city
schools and in that vast audience
til eto was not a disappointed person.
From a small beginning In the worl:
of oulldlng up the feature of muslo
when Prof. Kvans took hold of the
schools, to tho perfection hown by
the exposition last night, is a long
lenp. hut that progress 1ms been
made in a very short length of
time, and tho progress made in tho j
Inst year has been remarkable. Htin-I
dreds of boys and girls have been I
taught that they have the powers I
of music, the liumtiu voice the most
I perfect instrument of music, becnus-
s Maker Is the most perfect lias
It "Soldier Hoy," "Finger Lulla
by, Pick Tock," "HHrd's Nest"
lly First and Second Primary
Ill Sight Heading Kxerclso and
S ng lly Third and Fourth (Spades.
IV Itojs Sextet to "Star of the
V. Glee Clubs.
First Ward "Tin Soldier."
Second Ward "Oh, Ilroeos."
'I bird Ward May Song.
Four! li Wind "Tho Vow."
VI 1-oeh IahiioiiiI" I Joys from
Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Hlghth
II High School Chorus "1. 11 the
Trumpets Thrilling Sound," "Call to
III "Spring Song," MondehRohn
IV. High School Hoys' Chorus
'The King's Champion."
V "Forget-me-not" Girls' Ootetto.
VI High School Chorus, "Olof Try
vagon." "Oh, Hall Us."
ENDS A LIFE
MISS NORA WILSON, A GAINES
VILLE GIRL, CHOOSES SELF DESTRUCTION.
j been given espeeml training h t It -
m.i uV f. director of music. Miss Vermi Van
Marsden. Okla.. May sn.-Mr. nenry: WopmA, nn r ,.,
! expressions Inst night showered up
j on the result of ner work. Thai
'boy ran be uuffhi to sing was
demonstrated. They entered Into the
soul of the muste and their voices
I wore inspiring.
Plttmnn and Miss Hsther Wallace
were qu'etly married In Tlshomlnno
Thursday. Miss Usihor has been at
tending the A. ft M., College there
several months. Mr. Plttman is
prosperous young stockman of this
community anh both parties are Ti"e
I uo nat.itoiium Ull i tin manage
iin in ill Ki nest .lailic-iin h.is oictied
hi I ,ori-nii Park for tne season. Tho
inimtiu pool rlmt was so popular
lust year tins tin-'oifcone many tin
proM'iiicnU, It has
Sin may allure for a brief hour but
tho naturally pure character of wo
man, revolts at doing wrong and re
morse writes Its Imprint upon the
brow and tho tragic vsvnpe from sur
rouitillngs Is often made through the
mudlum of sulf destruction. The hand
of the world Is too much against the
woman who makes one w roug step, in
tbo dnrk future before her, she sees
no rcdoiifption fioiu tho stUnm and
the uttor darkness of her path ad
inllH no ray of light from the goo!
j linuds that should be devoted to bei
j salvation. Man may stagger and
I cover but the woman stagger, falU
and Is forgotten und the gloom ol des
1 pair cannot be penetrated by modern
methods of dealing with women.
M ss N'ora Wilson, a Gainesville girl,'
(mod L'.'t ears, who has been conduit
me a looming hoitie near Main, on
sin 'it iii)i-iIimhI tiiilcldt'd this nun n
Inu. She was In tho rear of the room
in v limine in. without a word ol wmii
lug she drank a quantity ol curi.olli'
acid, walked half way to the fiont or
lite Imllil ng, fell and wns dead within
a few moments. Three physl Inns
were culled to her assistance but hu
.Same Si lo
$3, $3.50, $4
THE SHOE MAN
The Sweetest of all Flowers
To each and every Lady, who buys a
jjlass of Soda at our Fountain, we will
irivc irec a vane asammc nud.
RINGER DRUG COMPANY
been filled with
olean, clear water and will be kept in man skill offered no relief. The o-
popular. Their many friends hc are B8 inPrtng feature of the exer-; absolutely the most perfect condition man was dead. Living with her was
congnttu'dtlng them npon the happy j d.' th work of the Hla-h Ernosr Jameson Is a business-like ' a little brother and a little slste.-
School Orchestra. This Is the oldest i young fellow who understands the art who are heart broken and cannot be
.Mr. j'ai Kcr anu ramlly and Omnimia ""' uiuimuuii iucmi wim m cunis u ino.iaure seesing romroriHi, rue remains win ne snip- 5
...i. ...... ..t 'iaiuacii 1IB event
n.vme. Paul in the first Chapter of
1 -1 a .1 ... 1. 1 . ... . i
j-iiBi iiiniiiaiin Hirvng.y condemns , .. . , ,.u. i
i,. h.. . ' Bro0 ' Kingston, have been visiting the city schools
" "iiv nil IU T - UID IIHUID
b cause ho was not crucified for
them. If it was wrong to wear the
lin ..... ik. is 1 li Jt
" -"' Wednesday for parts west. W'll Al-
be wrong for me to wear Mr. Camp- uxantlnr ,., hl. ,..,.,.. nla ,,
11111 b naimi.
5. I bellpve In Christian duty. If
I ask tho churches to unite I should
ask them to unite upon common
giound. If I am a Cumpbelllte I am
not on common ground for there
are other people who might llko
somo other human name better. Wo
must soek union on Rome common
basis. All churches accept tho Hlblo
und are willing to take it as a
basis and the name Christian or
Disciple, but they would not take tho
name Campbell ns a name for a
Christian lo wear.
fl. It would bo dishonoring to
Christ to nickname His brldo and
call her Mrs. CampboP. Christ i
tlie groom and the church Is
'bride. The bride always takes lw
namo of the groom. Suppose you
should marry and go away for a
few mouths. On your return you ask
Pro. Connelly how your wife is and
Director Sol Low- public and ho will liiuke a success of Ped to Gainesville and will be buried
thcjensteln has thrown all his skill, re-', the undertaking. besde those of tho deceased s inoili-
( suiting from years of close training, 1 er. N'ora Wilson was the maiden
loft ! Into the juanagenn iit if this depart-! Painttrs Issue Challenge. nam.- of the unfortunate woman. Sh--
meut. He has made It a part and) I he painters under the management at one time was married. It Is said, to
parcel of the school work. He Is al-' of M. Hussell and Frank McGown ', a man named Worsham, but at the 1
John Murphy, Will Allison, Scivally I van re.idy to give his tiino and . httv lued a challenge to any othor Mime of her death she wont by her
Mr. Tom Drock and family durlr
J. W. Alexander anl, family
THE CITY QHUGGIST
.Murphy and Karl Tlrown attendetl
rommenremcnt exercises at Marietta,
How Mathls of tho Christian church
who has boon preaching a series fit
sermons hero, baptized on Hickory
Sunday. Daptlzing was followed Sun
day night by a discuss'on between
Hew 0. W. Whitllold, pastor of the
Ilnptlst church and How Mathls.
Tho Lovo county candidates met tho
domocrntlc club SnturJay, a largo I
traluiiiK to the school Interests anil ! ""Ion organisation In the city to a 1 maiden name. Her brother is a man-
without one cent of pay from the I me of baseball. The painters say 1 ly looking little fellow nnd her sister
public purse h has wrought n wotktni'J' nRve Mn" S-- toswtrs of Uielllu- -- brightness nnd Innocence
for the city schools that few men b" -- wlolders of tho hrush 1 "- beauty of tho child In hor conn-
Indeed could have done. Ho has ta- ad would llko to meet somo gnmo lonanro. 1 ne auair is a iiopiornmo
kn rnu mntfiHtil nti.1 iIui-a1,.iia,i li 1 organisation 011 the diamond. Confoil- 0o-
Into rare muslciil talent. ('rnt(' "omo licnollt is the object of
and developed It
These directors in tbo departments
j of music have had the close symixi-' Letter Carriers. ' Political Machinery Law Has Deen
I thy of tbo tonchots. Thoy have work 1 Mkt, K(HI, htln n,tur,i from the' Repealed Letter to Chairman.
' od together and in this fact is where ,lhm,i mi...ti...- ,r ).. t ,.n,.r rt.m Tho act of tlio legls'atuio niuuov
the mi-rlth of tllU superintendent , a .,,.(..( 1.... r 1. 'nl Mnrcli "f,. lliO'l riinpnlltlt? Hiivnrul
I 'V IUL1VH VI I 11U- nLill( lllill. ilS III, ' r
there will be trouble. Your wife Is
not worthy of you if she will not
wear your name. If you would not
want your neighbors to nickname
jour bride you certainly should not
nickname the bride of Christ. You
ought to shew Him as much respect
us you desire your neighbors should
7. Tho disciples were first railed
ilstlMis af A:itioch. Not Camp
crowd wns nrescnt. who heard somo
Intorostlng nnd enlightening talks on Iut ,no,n8elve l,e known, lie Is the S(!SB0I1 j (;thrlo Monday. Tins lar-j "options of tho primary election law
tlio subjects to bo voted 011 on tho foll"mlM "f ,lilnl,"n'. the soureo of bllt attendance In the history of tho ropoaled section of Article L', Chap
11th of Juno, ns woll as tho usual can. I oopernllon, and thoy are the things I organisation was nrosent and Giit.brlo tor 31 of the session laws of 1907-8.
dldnto speeches. Tho principal j tlMlt counl 1,1 lho "KHr'-wate of sue-uhj ,vu In its power to show them a
y(u I speeches woro mndo by Judgo Kollar j t08a good time. A banquet was served
lml T. C. Hennett, cnndldatos fori ii.-hii-u iu me iioims m wiu- them at tho lone .Monday night. Tho
I county Judgo. H. A. Stnnloy 'or county xm hamlsome silver loving cup
attorney. II. C. Hogers and W. H.'Ken by Superintendent Urant, tho
lllrooks, for lopresontatlvo of I)ve difficult orgnnisa lions have worked
j County and T. I). Kolts candidate for t haul and when the Judges, acting
I couuty superintendent. After the through Judge I- S. IViliunu a
their spokt'smnn. a; nouueed that the
prize had been itAarded to the or
chestra, the friends of that organ-"
1ation became Jubilant nud the dif
ferent glee clubs and octettes and
quintettes that were competing f .und
solace iu the fact that no oHher sim
ilar organisation had defeated them.
Mrs. W. A. Edwards, Miss Irvine
llr. ul,i.,lt.l ,u,n. ...If.. T....j
. .1 1 . . 1 POk!ng the club unnn'mously imsscd
nnjA iiinv in imuiiuS) ill a nuiiit' aim
9io perfers the name, Mrs. .Inc. T.
Ilfrowu. If you respect your home.
a resolution endorsing the candidacy
of Hon. Clint Craliam for attorney
Miss Jersey Plttman of 'Ardmore
and Mr. Joe Slglor were visiting here
Health of the community is Improving.
luls is tlie isectlou that provided for
tho election of precinct and couuty
committeemen of tho several political
liberty of the Cut.brlo post office wns lamina, it seems from this that oncn
given thorn and the mayor and post-j Political party is to dcvlso ways and
Jimstor dollvored welcome addrossos. ' potpetuauug lis own organ-
Thoy were treated to an auto drive ; laatlon in tho state. Tho republican
over the city nnd enjoyed their visit to' chairman has made his plans for the
tho cnpltal city Immensely. Post matt-, o'ectlon of a new committee hut he
er McCov 11111 Cross and railtor Oolo.lhas some mailers connected with the
. bio woro among the speakers to enter
tain tho letter carriers. McAleeter
, ruptured tho next mooting. Mr. Kemp
1 was named as one of the trustees.
The lld of T. A. Murphy is still j
very sick. !
Woods and Mr. Hoy Johnson served
as judges and their verdict met tne
Hal M. Cannon.
Many persons who desire to see a
lawyer as one of tbo Justices of the I
Ardmore township are nrgtng 111 M
call that smacks so clearly of uia
chine rule that the republicans nil over
the state are up
chairman has written today and bis
plan of organisation will be published.
Order for Hearing Petition to Sell
Real Estate by Guardian. 1
Stnte of Oklahoma, Carter County, ss I
lu County CourL j
In tho matter of the gunnllnush p I
of UcbhIo A. llrown, a minor.
Now, on this 11th day of May, l'Uti, ,
comes K. Payno as guardian of the j
ostato of tho above nnmod ward hav-
lug tiled heroin bin putitlon for the
sale of tho real estate of said ward
for the reasons Iu said petition stat
ed. It Is ordered, That said petlt'on be
nud hereby is set for hearing 011 the
ICth day of Juno A. D., 1910, at ten
o'clock, .1. in., at which tlmu the next
of kin nml all porno ns interes'-od in
tho estate of suld ward are reiprrcd
to appear and show cause, If any they
have, why an order uhould not be
granted for the sale of so much of the
real estato of said ward as Is neces
sary for tho reasons In said petition
stated, nnd that personal servlco
hereof be made upon said uoxt of -in
and persons Inter as tod lu tho os'.nto
of said ward as rooulrod by law. It
In 1 1 i :
Is 1 11 1
Crop conditions are very pleasing I alWrobatlon of the e.?nla srpnerallv. I Cannon to make tho race. Mr. Can-
at present. Laying by corn la the An iQjpirinc -cno was presented ! uon lias not yet given his consent to
when the members of the first and mako tho announcement.
order of the day.
Will Allison returned to Ardmore
today where bo Is attending tho Set-1
vli! -e school.
In arms over the 1 Is riiruior ordered tbat a copy ne
democratic state 1 published for three successive weeks
In The Ardmorelto of Ardmore, Okla
homa. I. H. MASON".
Is Thankful for Kind Treatment. t County Judiu
II. 8. Heden. a foremun on the j Dated this 14th day of May. 1910.
Santa Ke road, Whose home is at 1 5-22-29-5
Cle'Lurne, was taken off cf his en
$1.10 Per Gallon
Six room house, all conveniences,
:wo blocks from Main stieot. South
west part of town. Phone 102 or 217.
2!i:5 PHAN'IC HOHISON.
Wo still have it few cutis
of paint, in brolcon quanti
ties, which we are closing
out at only SI. 10 per gallon,
smaller cans in proportion.
This paint retails at from
$1.75 to $2.50 per gallon,
ami is fully guaranteed in
; wert on the stage singing the sweet
little songs they had been taught.
At one time the grades became con-tWer.-t
and requested that thoy be
nllowod to slug a song they had not
received special training in and was
not 011 the program. The director
may have feared failure for want
of practice, but tho little folk felt
Tho Hev. Maurlco J. Dornoy of St. t It was their part to muko good and
Cabrlol's Church, which Is tho cedes-1 thoy nwo to tho umorKoncy of the
lastlcal key to tho Chicago Stock j occasion. They bans that one souk
Yards, Is probably bettor nnd more j with moro confidence und firmness
favorably known nmoiiR promlnont 1 and sweet: ess than tho others, Tho
uemocrais man any clergyman in tuo exercises thoro as unmistakablo
Hugh C. Jonen of Mllo Who was Is
tho city Inst night snyg the Mllo picnic tt,r ,,,,1
The Same Nat'onallty.
To Whom II May Concern
1 am no lonRor interested in
what is known ns tho KoRers
Barn on Caddo St., and from
now on can found nt 225 K
I nm always In tho market to
buy horses nnd mules Phone
IV. H. ROGERS
BROWN 4 BRIDCMAN.
Funsral Director and Licensee
4 Largest line of Funeral
Uoodi In Oklahoma,
Of courso, ho Is often called on by
his parishioners to provido employ,
inent for their friends, an. I, tho ap
peal Is rarely In vain.
1 A few years n?o, Just about the time
1 that tho present Popo, who was then
Cardinal Oulseppo Sarto, was clovnted
"to tho Holy Seo, John P. Agnow, son
1 of former hl?h sheriff Frank .1. Agnow
of Chicago, was building tho Thirty
ninth Street Intercepting sower and
not bolng vory far from Father Dor-
ney's balllwJck, a goodly numhor of
Contractor Agnow's employes balled
from St. Gabriel's parish.
.Mr. Agnew had Just appointed a
now foreman an Italian nnd as Fath
1 or Dornoy was passing tho big ditch
tho following morning ho looked on
tho upturned fnecs of a number of his
I countrymen who rovorcntly touched
' their hats to him.
"Well, boys," inquired Father Dorn
oy, "how do you like your now Dago
Inallty and throughout tho entire
exoiclsce there as unwmlstnlclablo
evidence on every hand of the In
fluence of tho trained nnd tireless
worker nmong tho children.
Following Is tho program as it was
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE
committee has mado Sirrangotneuts to
I pay tho expenses of Company (5 to
' that town on the li'th of Juno on tho
1 occasion of their big barbecue and
I candidate' meet lug nnd that the com
I pany will put on a shntn battlo for tho
! entertainment of tho people.
Will Stump County.
It. R. Jeffries nnd Jnmes Bennett
aro In tho city from Graham. Mr.
Jeffries states that ho will bosln with
in n few days to stump tho wostorn
portion of Carter county In tho Inter
est of Leo Cnico for governor, Okla
homa City for tho stato capital nnd
ngnlnst tho ropoal of tho Section 9 of
Artlclo 9 of tho state constitution. Ho
says nenrly all tho people In his por
tion of tho county object to Section
49, that Is proposed to Artlclo 9, nnd
will vote against Interfering with tho
fundamental law of tho state. M'r,
Jeffries Is an earnest speaker nnd will
have good crowds wherovor ho goes.
gine which brought So. 6 Into the citv ; DailCle
yesterday afternoon, In a fainting
condition and sent to the sanitarium
for treatment. Today he is much bet-
will proceed to his home
He is profuse In his thanks to al'.
connected with the sanitarium for
the kindly treatment he recolved ui
that institution and alio to brother
IJlks of this city of which ordor he
is a mombur nud who extended hlin
tlio courtoales for which tho local
lodgo has made Itself uu enviable
; work wonders. It
ml ret r rslu an'l miiwUliie rl i-ri
It prmlu.'tn a tlil'k growth of I11xt11i1.ni
lislr whi'ii Ml ol Iut murilltw full. Wo
Kiiiiriiiit-- I'amliTluc. All ilrusKl'tii 'll It
2.V, .Vir unit 1 iier Imttltv T proi- tin
worth wnd llil nil Willi I"? In tiiui i.r
iIU.t. nml ut- ulil nwill .run u Inn- fm'
wimple. K.NOWM'ON UANHKIUNK IK.
TAG DAY SATURDAY.
Daughters of the Confederacy Will
Make Pledge Fort $500 Good.
"Kolno, ye's rlv'rence," was tho
chorus of replies, "How do you lolko
4 1 yours?" Prom Norman E. Mack's
1. National Monthly.
That terrlblo Itch disappears with
tho FIHST DROPS of a slmplo com
pound of oil of wlntorgrcen, thymol
and glycerine mixed In D. D. D.
Prescription. This noothlng, healing
lotion, used oxtcrnally kills tho ec
zema germ Instantly.
Heretofore tho D. D. D. remertv
has been sold only In 11.00 bottles;
"but as a special offer, any sufforor
In this town who has never tried
Tt, D. D. can now try this remedy lu
a special bottle nt 25e. It curoa the
Itch Instantly. a KNOW this. W.
R. Frame, Ardmore, Okla.
given tonight at
Wit will flow nnd tho collego boys
and girls mingle together as tho
Juniors bid tho seniors goodbye.
Kzra Dyer, tho boy with tho wit of
a Patrick Henry, hns been chosen
Tho Grammar Grade exercises will
bo held Thursday night and on Fri
day night tho commencement exer
cises proper will bo held,
Snturday Is Confederate Home tag 1
Tlio tags bearing a picture of the 1
home now under construction In
printed. In addition to tho cut of 1
tho home, tho tag bears un Inscrlp'
tlon that will make It a souvenir In
many a home. The Inscription Is,
"I have helped to house the sol
diers of tho sixties."
The tags for the doors nnd the
'hacks and teams tiuve ulso been
. I. London Steam Dye
House and Tailor Shop
Come and see my tailor and
our springnnd sumniersam
plesof 1) u('sor,'oand outing
suits. Stenm and French
dry cleaning. We dye all
shades. Next door to CS II
mer Hotel. Phono S101.
1 Phone 4'JU Sob
: ; t . -J 1
The Banquet Tonight.
Tli Tiinlnr-CIpnfnr hnnmint will 1m I
aiso iic.ir a large picture or rno
: home. It Is a picture tbnt will be
j kept by many persons.
I .Got ready for Confederate Home i
tag day. Help to buy some of the
shingles that will protect the old
soldier from tho blasts of winter In
his declining years. It is a noble
The Daughters of tho Confederacy j
have pledged K'OO to tho home fund
Capo Jasnmlnes at Shuman Floral j und tlio tag day money will be A ten
Company. 31tf, U that body.
THE comet attracted lots
of attention, so will
one of Brown Electric Sign
Company's feigns on the
front of your store. They
arc trade getters. Write
Brown Electric Sign Co.
iKOiiiliiiii's prove, costly. Dmfc
make the mistake of m t entruM
iiiif,' i hut mt puckinu and mov
Jin job lo us. We will do it and
uo it nylit. Thor- uglily expe
rienced puekerw and movers en
able uk to uarantco satisfac
tion. Phone 72 nnd we will bo
on tlie job when you want us.
WILSON & SMITH
Transfer and Storage Co.
Central Livery Barn
When you want a first class
single riy or a road team,
We are headquarters
for the best work in
Rubber tire work
Carriage repair work
And general black
smithing. 0. . ALLEN
Broadway Carriage Shop