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THE DAILY AHUMORfcl I U. Ardmore, Sunday, September 3, 1905. SCHOOL BEGINS! September 11th is the day for the coming together of all the birght little faces of Ardmore all arrayed in new dresses and suits. Mothers, if you have not bought dresses and suits for the little folKs it is time you were doing so. Red Seal Gingham at 10c will mahe dresses for the girls and we will sell you suits for the boys at One-Third Off. Ginghams One lot Red Seal Gingham at only 10c Boys' Schools Suits Fall weight, just right for school, we shall sell at One-Third Off, thus putting a good suit with in the reach of all. The $2.00 suits go at $1.35 The $2.50 suits go at 1.65 The $3.00 suits go at 2.00 The $3.50 suits go at 2,35 The $4.00 suits go at 2.65 These are specials and wili pay you to buy now. Embroideries One lot "Special Table" at Half Price. Splen did array and worth double the price asKcd. Figured Lawns To close we offer all our Figured Lawns At Half Price Percales Big assortment Dress Styles at 5c Better one, Dress Styles at 8 l-3c Ladies' Fancy Hose One Special lot to close The 25c ones at .20c The 50c ones at 40c or 2 pair for 75c ONLY A FEW OF THEM Oxfords and Sandals Still selling at One-Fourth Off. Buy a pair at the special price. You can wear them yet 60 days before time to put on shoes. Come and looK at our New Suits, Wraps, SKirts, New Wool Dress Goods, Fancy Waist Patterns, SilKs and SilK Patterns. All the very newest. No two aliKe. We are in receipt of invoices covering our StocR of Fall Millinery Don't buy until ours comes in and you have seen it. "Gage Hats" a specialty. MADDEN & COMPANY T1k now calendar for Ihc Ladles of the. Leaf Ik In the hands if the printer Tim 1 1 in- of study us lattl down by one ufthn llnost ami moKt successful teach trs Iti Kugllsh literature In the south west, Mrs. Maggie W. Harry, is the most elaborate ever yet undertaken y the flub. Tho lesson for each day's study has a carefully annotated out line for tlu assistance of the lender, supplemented by a series of rospon ten, essays, character sketches, do lint es, discussions and limitation con tests. The uluh Ik In a Nourishing con dition and proudly lay claim to some of the llnest musical talent In the In dian Territory The I adleK of tho l.tsif Is an Individual member of Ilia (iifenrnl Federation of Women's Club, and a member of ihe OUlahotna and Indian Territory Federal Inn. Resides' Minding delegates to the convention 111 Oklahoma City, and haviiiK the wpor on "Forrestry In Ihe Indian Territory,", the I. adieu of the Loaf will be further represented by the popular Ladle of tho l.enf Quartette The mcttlug 111 November will be strictly a working 'onvenMon. though the social featured are olahorato, one of the nioit attrac-' tlve of which will be a reception to the visiting club women ft the two Terr! torloH In the HKU'loiii parlors of the Throndglll. , In Denver the sleeping porch Is vory populai. and many houses hnvo ilium. They are generally two stories high and screened. The people of' Denier upend most of their time out i of door when the weather permits, i and sleeping out of doom naturally follows. The club women of Donver have had much to do with the out-of-door fad. Mr. Chan. HycUinnu and Miss .Mar Ian Allison will bo imlutly married ut Snyder. Okln., on Sept. (5. Tho Ard moniito extendi) congratulation In adviino.i. m lr. C. Heat and charming daughter, Miss Lillian, departed yesterday for lholr homo In Shrtjvepert, I-n In re, spouse, to n nnmsage announcing the Illiiiw of a relative Hoili were delight id with their lslt lure. One of the uost eventH of tho sci on wiih the Informal affair Tuesday iiftei.iion from I to f. by Mrs. T. K. Kearney In honor of her winter. Mitts Lucy Sykos of .Memphis. The occas ion was a pleiiKant one Indeed and was thoroughly enjoyed by the guests pres ent. A literary guessing contest and music added to the pleasure of the af ternoon. It was agreed that Mrs. Kearney was a delightful hostess. The house party Included Mesdamos Horkshlro and l 1. Kearney and Misses Aiuye Moore of Terrell and Miss Lucy Skes. ln;ii cut with Mrs. (ionium, Miss l.ucllhi Vhasmluo was the fortunate winner of the prlro, n handsoniP vase. During the afternoon Neapolitan Ice cream ufld cake was ' served. I The most notable ease that has over been woh by a womnu lawyer was tho f.ii'ioiM i.'ti.-rokee case, eomlutied by j Mr lit ha A Lfickwnod, giving to the lCastem and emigrant Cherokee over $l.7US.7i3. and her share being prob ably over $ro,0(lii. She has tiled an other ease In the court of claim amounting to Sl.OUO.onO. Mrs. Lock wood was nt onfi time candidate for President of the United Slates on the suffragist ttekot. w A delightful lake unrlv was ilven lt Wednesday evening compllinen-' tary to .Miss Kate Halley or Detroit and quite a number of couples drove out. to tho lake where the evening was pleasantly spent. Luncheon was served and the occasion will long be rememheruu for Us delight fulness. Among those present weio Misses Halley, .Moore. Campbell, Walton, Hoan. Wood. I.avluo Wood and Alex ander. Messrs. Hardy, Olln Wolvorton, Kearney, King, llobson, Crnyercft, Carr and Walhico. The imrty was ciapernutl by Mr. and Mrs. Pet Kear ney. The society women at Newiwrt nmL- $1(1.000 at their hngimr fur the benefit of the ttiliarouloiU ' oniuii. A lmrrut ilmf talk PrenoH and a gold cigarette ease were Hinoug the things "ihnnci'd" that made the most money. Among the social events of tho sea son none have been more successfully tarried out than that given on the beautiful lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. .M. Itodfleld Thursday even ing. Under swinging arc HghU music, mirth and refreshments were enjoyed till a late hour. The Firs' Heglnient band rendering In a most aceomp'l. li ed manner an excellent prugram. flic proceeds, about $23 net, go to tuo L.J i ollt of the First Prosbyter'an chart h of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Itedtiel i ,v delightful entertainers, and thosit i res ent will not overlook an opportunity to visit them on a like occasion. The band hoys my they had a groat time. m Mrs. Stilwell II. Russell U In Dallas. New York Is going to have a farm upon which to ralsu materials for na ture ntudy In tho schools. It Is hint ed that In their search for materials, children and teachers as weJJ have hocomo vandals, i Tho Whist club met with Miss Vera Olive, Wednesday afternoon last; Sev en tables were set for play, and a number of visitors were present, be sides the regulnr club members. The club prize fell to Mrs. John Nichols, while tho guest prize was won by Mrs. Ln.Mont Hyors. Ices were served af ter ihe play. The club will meei with .Mrs. Fonnle Wolverton on Tuesday afternoon next at 4 o'clock. One of (hp fnds of the princess of Wales Is to Impress upon every one In (treat Hrltnln the Importance of learn ing to swim, as she considers It not only an accomplishment, hut a neces sary part of one's education. .Miss Kaio Hnilcy, a charming and at tract I vu young lady from Detroit, Tex., nfter a pleasant visit of two weeks, to her cousin, Miss Alice Moore departed yesterday for her home Du ring her tay here .(lis Halley. who I an acooinpll-died musician, made many friends who hope for an early ivtum. Tho young lady whs well entertained during her visit hero. r v New York complains of the scarcity of teachers in upstate, districts. The college ami normal graduates will not work for. the salaries the country dis tricts aro ablo to give. Mrs. Marcus Hrlghl and son left yee terday afternoon for IXivIs to spend a fow dnys with friends. Ostrich fanning at Salt Illver valley. Arli., Is becoming a vory Important Industry, and it is possible that in tho future the price of the feathers may bo reduced. Miss Kthel Smith, who has been the guest of Mrs. It. J. Williams has re turned to hur htxne In Cuuiby. Miss Smith has a bout of friends In Ard more. Her :tqr here was a pleasant oue. A hachlur may be an objecv of pub tie derision, bin a rmrrlnl man ujjb1 '. ueN Lis at hoi:. i Davis Society. A A. MrAdoo and Miss Houlah Har (1 n were unitd in marriage at tho home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Harden, of this place on las: Thursday evening. The groom Is a member of the liv ery linn of McAdoo Uros.., and Is one of the most popular young business men of the city. The bride Is nn ac complished young lady of Inestimable character. Mr. and Mra. McAdoo will make their homo In Davis. TELEPHONES. Chickasaw Telephone Company Supple ment to Directory. .joa uS2 3S9 . .MM o'JO f!2 2SS 591 154 5So 59G 592 69S 4U 597 .7.14 4U7 399 475 Installed. Alexander. .Mrs. J. V., res, Ardmore Labor Agency, Gil crtase & .Moore, .Mgrs. Ardmore: Grain Co. W. F. Warren,- Prop. Bankrupt Store, J. Weiss, Prop. Humpas. W. II. res. Central Hotel, Douglas & Hum- purer, j'rop s. Douglas & Humphrey, real cstato Felkcr, M, T res. Gardner, W. C, res. Hoffman, Geo., meat market Kearney, T. Kv res. Lee. R. B law office. Legraad J. II., res. Lokey, J. W., res. Maxwell, Harry, ro. Palmer Gin, John McCann, Mgr. Qtilnn, Sam, res. TIppIt, Jewell, ros. Weiss, Joseph, res. Weiss, Joseph, Hankrupt Store. 3H Whlttlngton, W. F ros. Discontinued. .'Oil Bledsoe. W. T., ros. 422 Hutt. F. A., ros. 277 Crotlln. W. T. res. 119 Dohvns Mrs. M . r,. 4.1H Frensley. Cecil, res. 4iu Frasher Win., res. 821 allll C. P.. res. 407 Jordan, Mrs. S. P., res. 321 Pollnvd. J. M., grocory. , 524 Hall. C. P.. res. ! 551 Sass Morris, storo, 561 Union Review. 551 Wonder Storo. Morris Sass. Pron. I Please make necessary changes in your tHrectory. WM. H. U13RRY, S-fi General .Manager. ATTEND THE BIG RACES ON LABOR DAY AT ARDMORE, I. T. Trotting, Pacing and Running Races at the new Fair Grounds on Labor Day, Wo onrry everything In the lino of supplies for tho student, tablets, Inks, pencils, pens, crayons, erasers, rules, , otc. Just sco' how your money will go here. i 3 Pj-J. HAMSHY. Druggist. Pt Danger in Kidney Disease. Don't delay when the first symp toms of kidney troubles appear. Ask your druggist for n box of DoHeH's Kidney Pills, prepared expressly for nil kidney tioublo such as Lumbago, Hnokncue and all urinary troubles. A week' trhl will oftlmeH euro mild cases. Take a box or two and your kidney .trouble will disappear. Sold on a positive guarantee No cure, no pay. Price '( per box. For sale by all a.- :gylM- Oui Big Indian Territory Fair will be held OCTOBER 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 Do not get your dates confused. thhee Jurors cured. Of Cholera Morbus with one Small Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy. .Mr. (!. W. Fowler of Hlghtowor, Ala., relates an experience ho had while serving on a petit Jury In a mur der case at Kdwardsvllle, county seat of Cleboume county, Alabama. Ho says: "While there I ato somo fresh meut and some souso meat and It gaVo me cholera morbus In a very severe form. I was never more sick In my llfo and sent to the drug store for ascer tain cholcrn mixture, hut the druggist sent mo a bottle of Chamberlain's Col Ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In stead, saying that ho had what I sent for,' but that this medlclno was ro much better that he would rather sond It to me In the fix I was In. I took one dose of It and was better In live min ifies. The second dose cured mo en tirely. Two fellow Jurors were allllct ed In the same manner and one small bottle cured tho three or us." For salo by F. J. Ramsey. Ronner & Homier, W. H. Frame, Ardmoro Drug Co. There Is nlwnys Mimeono around to say "I told you so" when the unexpect ed happens. ABSCESS. Abscesses with few exceptions nrs ludlcntlvo of constipation or debility. W. H. Harrison, Cleveland. Miss., writes, Aug. 15 1902: "I want to say a word or praise for Hallard's Snow Liniment. I stepped on a nail, which caused tho cords In my leg to contract and nn abscess to rise In my knee, and the doctor told mo that I would have u still" leg, so ono day I wont to J. F. Lord's drug storo (who Is now In Donver, Colo.) Ho recommended u bottle of Snow Llnlinenl; I got n 50c Hlze, and It cured my leg. It Is th.i ho.t liniment In the world. W. H. Frame. Jt Is always hotter to take things as they come than to attempt to cntcli them as they go. A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial. M. T. Lynch, editor of tho Philips mvs. N. J., Dally Post, wrltos: "I have used many kinds or medicines rir concha and colds In my family hut never anything so good as Foley's Honey and Tar. I cannot r,ny too niucli In praise of It." City Drug Storo. Thero s far inoro pleasure to bo de rived from the pursuit of happiness than there is In catching It. The Weak Made Strong. WIno or Lire contains tastoless Cod Llvur Oil which will build up tho whole system. It Is pleasant anil or fcctlvo. ilnkes new blood. WIno o Life absolutely cures tho stomach ungs, liver, skin and all fomalo trou bles. It will euro j ou. It (jives you new life ajid health. Prlco $1.00 nor bottlo. For sale by nil druggists. Pretty jioon now nnd you will soo be enrnses of manv your rnemlo.s blna liullscilinliiut. ly about. The .f,l(l u-a'b. i will !, I illin- i ho Ml".