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Ardmore, Sunday, Februrary 2C, 1905.
FOLR THE DAILY ARDMOPFITE. - SIDNEY SUGGS, Proprietor. (stared &t tbe roHoruce t Ardmori u &KOD!-clas b.ll Matter November i 1S93. Ardmore, Sunday, Februrary 26, 1905. THE SAVINGS HABIT. Have ou bank Recount? If not. why not? Your vacua are small 7 Doraanan are large? Saving Is Irnpooetblo? Pardon, nso saving l not Impoaitbie. Tho fAVine may mK bo larse. It may bo pitifully small at the Hint trial; but the taring will be a beginning, and It uiii i-ntw Thn are several reasons hr ilHMkl have a bank aceoant. I lboma, Mr. David Kelffor of Madlll. I. however mode It may be. 'T. Mr. Hills Muoiwhelmer of Mar- First of all, ome day you will need ; 'r Mr 3M" Kann 01 omo rend)- money Slckne.. lm -f Ardmore. Mr. Sam Herman of (Sal ork. a sligM turn In the whwl of ! ". Mis KeJffer of New Orleans. fortune what will you dj? Another reason mar be found in conluut and jv-aoe of mind. He wrro has wine savings fi-da more secure than does tho spendthrift. Diicontent .nd worries dog tho footstep of the man who lives up all his Income. Hut the big mibon la this: The sa-1 Inc habit Is reflux In Its action. It is . . . . ...... .... an inil'x oi cnaracier. u is eay to spend money. It require effort to save It. The flabby-minded man lets go his money reclliwsly. The strong man resist the strong tempta tion to spend mora than he can afforl aad, In resitting this temptation, j N jof jtrows stronger. Nor need one grow stingy and hard hearted. "nVro are many Inducements for a young man. especially, to let go of his money. He Is urged In a hunj red ways to squander his hard-earned dollars foolishly. He who resists U la)-ing the foundation for a strong bus Inej character. Thej-e are th.iiUMinds. epeclally in thy cltle. who, drawing good salaries, gauge tho outgo by tho Income. Thev do not svo a cent. And it Is usually thee who enry the H-ioceasrul and point to tho latter as lucky ones, whereas it Is Into that thn foundnttnn uf every fortune has been laid In tlr.' habit of small savings. I Oo to the savings bank and start tti aiciHiiit, however small it may bo. It Is the hnblt of Hiving that Is more Im portant than tho saving Itself, (let the habit. Kansas City World. The das Just passed have served a 5t.Hl urn .f they litive vhowti wlfie the neeil for slduwalks Is mosl urgent. it Is a Joke. The Standard OH coi'i psny Is at war with the Kansas loj, Islatur. And yet the oil trust has til.- reputation of being sluowd. : : li Is still au open iii.slion whelher ( Arlwma Is going to kmi nnythlng by not taking lulvantago of Mm incur slon inteh to tho union. J Tin lioinb throwers buru ceitiilnly Btt onic.lul HuhIh Heated. Ortlclal . ItuMslu nwinblcs a lmiich t bird in rlldod csce. J ! HhuIo IXinilnguuH wiy they do not untlorstiind our Soiinte. Ttioy nhould know that our Senate, llko tho pw of God. ' ixiftneih iinderatiindlinf.." v Tko West Virginia l.oglslalure is "klllliuj udintnlstrutlim measures." The Senator Hlklns spirit U still domin ant In Wow Virginia. It is alil Uio Czar is now opposed to the oatabllshmwit of ti (VMKres. . The Cw must bo reading thn ills- iwtche from Washington. Tho Standard Oil probably fully p prwlatos the Kansas law which doei not make ii an offense for nn official to solicit a brlbo. It Is ut least a violation of preco lent to send a man with a 33 waist MOMUrcninnt as Ambaswador to (hi Court of St. James . r -l- -r ! J. IMeriKini Morgan in said to linie wiourwl conttol of ihe Chicago lln:. Not satisfied with Kotttng the (lollHis lm lu now going after the nicklcs. New York's Htato bulldliiK at Ilia Lewis nnd ('lark Kifiotdtlon will (' 16,000 Work on the Mnicture will bo begun In h few days, Approach n tho spring campjilgn shimlil 1m) a windfall to tho man In tbo Btreot with ii powerful roica Ho can bo hired to whoop when candi dates' namas are mentioned nt polltl cal meetings. It is a nice thing to charge demo cratic tllllbuster as the cause of delay in statehood legislation, but tho evi dence falls down when one considers that Cannon ami Bevorldge nnd their crowd nro afraid to bring the bill before either house for fear the dem ocrats will pass tho bill and give statehood to Oklahoma. The Ardmorelte for all the newi. f. IS IN SOCIETY'S REALM. $ s c- c-. ar- c 5" c c c W-dn'Mla evt-ning at half alter n'vun. at 'h home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Zarharia". the Reverend Rabbi Green burg of Dalian. Twai, pronounce! In acrorrianre Ut tho ritual of tho Jewish dot-trine, the marriage ceremony ol , Mis I'auline Xaeharlas and Mr Harry 1 M Stelffel. I Th wedding jniout were made up !' he family and a few intimates an.i ! wmbw of out of town people. Mrs. j A. Krause and daughter. Pawnee, Ok- j.Mrs. I), rteiner oi .ew urnans aim I.Mr. It K Sanders who attended the , "own from Ardmore. ! Rbbl Orenburg as Introductory I ' marriage ceremony. Impressively addressed the prin. Ipals with a tribute !o the greatness and Kacrcdness of vp. and the lx-nuty uf a simple life, j concluding with. "May tho blcssl.gs 1 f riful )n over with rrai " which was - -- - a prayer eacli heart offered for them who were happy In tho fullness of their love, and strong In tho spring tlrno of life. PreceedlnK the ceremony Mrs. Nate - riwhrus, wun me piano support Mr Wm. Schwartz; sang with much sweetness, "I Iovo Thee Dear," after which Mendelssohn's march announc ed the coming of tho wedding retlnuo, Mr. Stelffel and groomsman, Mr. Har ry Kelffor, Miss Dreeben, tho brides tnal'l nnd the bride, lovely In hex maiden modesty, leaning on tho arm of her father ' Miss Ureoben was costumed M white Venetian lace, laid over whlti taffetn; she carried a sheaf of pink carnations lied with chiffon. The bridal gown was while liberty silk ;the bodice was deep yoked in real lace, with a shoulder bertha of lacn and mousselene; the skirt wai en tralne with a circular effect garned with lace and shirring; a full veil of French lace was arranged with a setnt w renin of bride's roses nnd fell In a heap i n her train. The flowers carried were white rose half blooming anil lied with satin bows. At eight thirty an Informal recep tlon was held which lasted until ten thirty, cards hnvlnic bon lelt by two .hundred guttst. A knowledge of tho pn;v.!ltix standards of etlnueUn gives one a distinct advantage. Society Iihh os- taliilshed certain rules that cannot be j ,Vt.rHtep9d by tho manor woman who l would lie recognized in the best clr ciAi ani 0an carry himself woll Ma circles who has lo stop to ittiusldcr how thlngH should bo done. f ft im H, u K,.nlleinan. at heart. lno outward polUh U easily ucfjulrod iitwccn mannera and morals tho tie itulinate. A true gentleman is slm- ifcli- imMri.t,nrttn(r tintiiri.l lie tq Courteous nnd tunslderate, and lias Mml'"'"1 I,,at Pw " lllB "r. '"' MrfH)nal dlgnlly that comes ol seit respect, not self-cinB-loiisn'Ss.' So wmu Mrs. Burton Klugsland in The Ijvdltw' Home Journal, anil In the stimo iirtlclo, Mni. Klngsland Itiveii some hints that nro of Interest to Uie .nmiiK mini who has tho very worthy doslro to npiieur woll at u'l times: "UxtnivagRiu expenditure dixs u UBpjro conltilonco. l!yond floworr., ( iionbons. n book or soino oUicr trlrlo, ln sontlewoman acepptw uo gifta from I men." ( "When n gntlnnn accomawnlos ( a jjy on tho street he. as a ruin, I ittke the outer side nt tho wnlk. "He never Joins her on a Ummugii faro unless the friendship be an os labllHliod one and only with her per tnlaaion nor will ho stand and coii vorno with her. If ho is smoking, ho I of course throws away clg.ir or clg larelto before addressing her. - niim pni-sle n woman when ;nntoriiiK a Mufitro or public place. In n church the lady gotw first. Ho may pnvodo her up a public staircase, but In n private houso. In ascending and doHoonding, ho follovs. "In plcturo galleries, elevators lu public buildings, hotel and theatres, corridors, they being thoroughfares a man retains his hat. In a hotel he removes it if women are preifont. in passing from tho nlslo to one's seat at a theatre ono faitHj tho stage." "Novor ask questions about nor discuss persons present. Vo not dilate to ono woman about the ohnrniK of nnother. nor speak in dis paragement of any one. "Sometimes fclang is droll and pic turesque, but It Is eschewed In so ciety. "A woJl modulatod voice Is snld lo tcfctlfy to a strain of good bloKl in the speaker Money Is never talked of In polite society i ' Be receptive giving others tho first I opportunity to talk of what interests AW ;hm. Do not try 'oo hard the effort sometimes defeats lis obJeH Accident often favors one. "The simplest terms are fashion aide a reaction against affectation. A man who owns a yacht speaks of .his "boat" and asks people to go "sail- log," never "yachting." "Avoid provincialisms. Do not fa "stoi way store" for shop, nor "depot" for rail- station. Never call women by .their Christian names in mixed assem btages, nor Meak of a married woman except as "Mrs. ." One of the most pleasant da neon of the month was that held by tho Tcrp slchorenn club at the Ollmer hotel Thursday evening. The members ol this club have begun the custom of Inviting two guests at every dance. Messrs. Jodlo Adams and Harold Wal lace, were the guests of the club on lt-: occasion of the last dance. The musl-: was excellent and the light fantnstic was tripped until a late hour. After the dance those present repaired to Ham Hee's Cafe where a Ave course dinner was servod them. Those w-bu taijoyed tho occasion were: Mist.es Alvis, Ollmer, Hlake, Gar- tlenhlre. Olive, Clayton, Williams, Natalie Williams, Roe, Messrs. Buch annon, Suggs, Dobbins, Bogle, Simp son. Banm, Adams, Russell, Butts. Carlock-Wheeler Nuptials. The quiet marriage, of Mr. John 11. Carlock of Tishomingo, to Miss Cora Wheeler of this city, at 2 o'clock on last Thursday, at tho home of th. bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Wheeler. 1003 West Main street, came as komewmu of a surprise to the socl.ii circles of Ardmore. The welding was n quiet home af fair, with only a few friends and rel r.Mves present. Rev. J. M. Oross, coo ducted the ceremony, which was nf feelingly In line with the sacredness of mntrlmony. Mr. .1. S. Gibson c Tishomingo, was Uest man to the vnv while Miss Florence Thur mond of this city, acted as bildcsmald. The groom is a native of mldd'.i Tennessee, is now an attacho nf the Dawes Commission, In tho capacity ot chief clerk of the allotlng division of thn Inml office for Uio Chlckasar nation. He Is a young ninn of consld ernblo wraith and posesKes businen training far In advance of his yoari. Is the happy possessor of a lino ph. Mque, standi, a shade nnder six leot, finely formed and hnndi-omely featur ed. The bride has been chiefly 1 cared i-i this cliy and lias grown up amon? her Ardmoro friends, from a prettv nnd Mipnlar little girl to r superbly hoAutlful woman of Incstlmnblo qua' Itlrs. ilrs. nnd Urs.Cariork will moke their homo nt pntsont. nt Tishomingo, lm: If tho Iind idflco should ha romor-'J f will como with it, all of which w- j hope will hnppon. I Mrs. K. 10. Mooro, after a pleasant visit to her son, W. It. Mooro and Mid family, hot returaod to her honi In Mi'int Vernon, Terras. Miss Marguerite Walton of UlssU tilppt is it charming visitor to tho city, lolllK tho vuwl of her ulster, Mrs Paul I tea ii. Miss Ida Hiiggertj of Aut-tln, Tern-, n vtaltor to tho home of Mr. and Mrs. W U. Moons Uio curly part of last wouk. Mm. Hggorty is onsi ! erl ono of Ute finest plaiu mlols-s In Mint state. 9 Mrs. Cha. M. Caniplxll ontortalnl a few friends Informally Wotlnosday evening nnd n nioft delight ful time win iont MIrs Hvans of Oklahotun City is tha guost of her friend, Miss Rico, at thr residence t( T. Y. Morgan. t Mrs. Iiobi. Hangnt-or if South Uo jAlmr is Ttsltlng in tho city. Mrs Sansster Is very popular siK-lally and has a numlr of friends in Ardmore. Tho IjuIIm of Uio 1-oaf met in reg ular session Monday afternoon, Fob, 10th with Hits H. H. Guillot as hos tess and Mi-s. 1-iMont Byera lender. Many were absent on account of tho remaining Bnow and Ice, but the beau tiful sunshine scorned to Iiavo a reWv Ing influence upon those who vontnrol out and what tho mo-ting lacked in numlxTs w.-w made up In Interest Tho subject for Uio lesson wa Quwn Victoria's life from Uio aus picious day of her coronation with its wondrous pagvaats and ceremony, down through tie entire period to the Royal Vault. The papers and dlsousslons showed perfect famllinrly with Uio text anl while Quveu Victoria's reign produce! more Intellectual stars than (hat m I am a Candidate, Too. MO other Mverlgn, it was easily dls I have eecuriti (be nervier of J H tn.-d that tho club as a whole ad Reynard, of Oklahoma a flrat-cbus , mired hero more In the capacity o' carriage, woodworker and am better a ifv and mother. prepared than ever to take care of The music va as usual, a pleaslim your work. Therefore I am a cantit leature. After the regular ltsou thj date to do your carriage and buggv 1 club was brought nearer together iu repair work. I). K. ALLEN" an animated dUcusslon of plans fur , 2G-flt i the coming year. I Th Orlo's met with Mis. G. II. Webb. Friday afternoon at their reg ular session. Miss Bossle McCoy wm leader for the afternoon. She took as a subject for the paper. Nathan ". ! WHIN and portrayed his character and life. The papnjr was a strong one and was a credit to Miss McCoy. Tho j themu for discussion was Dickens. Kltt Nupples. Lead pencils and their history was tho subject for tnble talk. A very interusting discussion "Why is tho Novel the book of the Hour." The fourth Act of the Merchant of Venice was read and discussed. During the af ternoon refreshments were served by Mis Daisy Maude Webb. The next meeting or tho club will be held with Miss Noll Blake. Miss Fay Burnett, after a most de lightful visit to relatives and friends at Dallas and Ft. Worth has returned. A Kansas City paper notes the arri val of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Stelfel of Ardmore, who are stopping at the Coatca House. Tho Polmitler Sisters, wdd are ran- slcal favorites In Ardmore, will soon Spurgeon, has been remodeled and appear here under the auspices of the! fitted up for a ladles ready to wear' Ilk IiOdgc. Lovers of good music will department, where every convenience gladly welcome this attraction. Is not afforded the trading public. , About seventy Ave feet of modem Tho marriage of Mr. Fay Crosseit show cases are now being added u and Miss Ivy Fondvllle took place a the notion and underwear department' Davis last week, being attended by 1 which adds greatly to Uio convenient ti Mrs. lm Frame of this city. and beauty of the store. i TMc manager has Just recently re , Although informal the dance given turned from a very successful trip to by the Klks last Friday night was one . market and Uie bright, new nnd beaj of the most enjoyable of the season Mful sprinK goods now smile at you and many visitors graced the hall from every' nook and corner, and thoroughly enjoyed the event. ' Wo predict for this firm a very su -. The music from Gainesville 'was splendid, and the floor was In splendid condition for dancing, which was kept up till a late hour. Fruit punch was served In the billiard hall to the guests. Among Uioso who attended the dance were: MIshok Segar of Virginia, Best of Shrcveport, Smith of Ionca City, and Walton of Mississippi. Messrs Housor ot Shroveport Worthaiu of Paris. and A gl.'wi' into 'i i- ci-' M'i4-oii's iii'Wi'M s ! it" go"'! Whit This is indeed a White Goods Season Oar white goods were gathered from the largest manufacturers and importers of tho Kast and an inspection uf thorn will convince yon that it is the most supprb lino ever shown in Ardmore. The New Weaves are here. The New Designs are here. The New Fabrics are here. The Lowest Prices are here. If ymi aro in tln leasl skeptical ploaso cill and wo will take pleasure in showing you the proof of every statement wo make. We havo novor d".-oived our customer by false advertisomenls. We pir fcr votir confidence by fair dealing, nil her than your motiey by deception. The Early Spring White Waist Materials ' are Exceptionally Attractive and although the weather has been fearful, our busine- mi these materials has been goon. Tho fact is we are selling tho latest designs and newest, productions in these materials at just about OX R. HALF tho usual price ticked Tor them. Our prices aro nil in PLAIN KKIUKES and nro tho same every day in the weelc to man. woman and child, jii Wo do not have "special" prices or "special sales" for a favored few in fact, our prices nro nil SPECIAL and it tnkes "special sale" prices to meet them. We do not try to palm off inferior merchandise in order to appear "cheap". Ercry cents worth of goods that leaves our store has our reputation behind it' and must bo worth a hundred cents on tho dollar to tho purchaser. If goods aro not as represented they should bo roturued nt once. We want yor trade. Wo shall endeavor to morit your confidence. We want your irade. Goods delivered to any ! For Your Garden. I We have all kinds of garden seed l finlnn &.tft anil u .....1 rrt tn.iu 20-2 I AN DRUM BROS. A PROGRESSIVE STORE. The rapid growth of the Ardmor-" Dry Goods comranv has been phe- nnmennl , ' . Tho business Is less than two yeara old and yet stands today In tho fore- most of Ardmoro's leading stores. Since the oliange of management, which occurred last August, the bus- Iness of this concern has increased with leaps and bounds. W. G. DltzlT, Uio present manager. Is a man of many years' experienc , I bavin devoted his whole life to the dry goods business. Ho has surrounded himself with a corps of thoroughly experienced talesrxyiple, who are always courteous an! obliging. Since Jany. 1st the manager has had Uielr store room thoroughly overhauled, adding abojt CO feet of nvw shelving and greatlv ' Increasing the capacity for handling the trsde. , The deck in the rear, formerly used as a mJlHnery department by Mrs. ' cessful seasons business. Get Shade Trees. Parlies dmdrlng shade irees set out i on their promises should see us at J once. Careful work. P. 0. Bo" 1 254. CROMWEl.L & DeARMONiJ. 10-lm. i G. W. DIMKE. MUSIC INSTRUCTOR, Violin, Brass and Reed Instruments. I Cmco Building Ardmore. 1 tiow will give you an idea 'th which our funnier are We shall endcaAor to part of the city. G PIANO PLAYING is a pleaturo to both performer and i Hatenera if the Instrument ii a good 1 one' 11 ,B decidedly unpleasant If I the piano la a poor one. Now piano buying must in most cases be largely a matter of faith. Everybody cannot I 00 a flr,t c& Judk'C- we are EXPERTS and b6, , , can Rrcat)y a,d ,u Uho selection of a new instrument. In ' f.iet, wc guarantee cvory piano we 8011 ue 'no et Of its kind. W by not come In now and select the one you want. N'oither the price or the terma need deter yon. E. B. LUKE ; na w. main sr. ardmore t Waterman Automatic filling Fountain Pens. John Holland Fountain Pens. Panama Peerless Eye Glasses and Spectacles, 25c to $3.50. We are not afraid to meet the customer again after selling those goods. Still guaranteeing Crescent Poultry Food 50 cents Coleman Bros, Druggists. Phone 265. W. T. NIXON, Silversmith oods! of the bountiful lint' of tho laden. i a merit your patronage. Phone 332