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Ardmore, Sunday, May 20, 1B06.
TWO THE DAILY AROMOREITE. "To tb4b on high motives; to rote on largo rriocll , to nrte hot' ly, requires a great aiaoanl of In formation." Robertson. The mcotlBK of the Ldls of the U-af, May 14th. !. win called to order at lbs uoual boar by the pres ident. Mn. J. K. Pennlncton, botM Tho business of the mMliic. the Ic tlon of offlwrs for 19-0. Im mediately taken up. The candidate rtcelTlsK the highest number of nominating votes, resulted la Ua fol lowing lectton: On motion of Mrs. IVHterf, duly cconded, and br a rising vote, amid much applause and enthusiasm, Mn Van IBbrx was re-elected presl deal of tn dob. Mrs. Goodwin, first vitm president. Mrs Wall. second vke president. Mn. Alesander. re ohtsHbk secrniry .Mn. Dunham, cor resfoiMllna; secretary. Mn. Dexter trtxHwrur. and Mn. Ledbetter. critic Aftor a very Interval log msotinf tbo etub adjourned to inset with Mn. C. P. VanDenberg. May 2tn l!0fi. which wilt bs th last meUa; of the year. Tim Ork) clab met with Mn. Chas. Vein Wulse last Friday afernoon with a splendid attendance1. Ths roll call was responded to with an jircsslon on child. Mn. Tom .cr mnn wan tesder (or ths alternoon and Kavo nn Interesting paper, Florence NlRhtlagale. Mr. Dow nan J contri buted an Interesting sketch 01 Mo rlah. The table Ulk was devote! 10 the subject of Wyoming. Mr. Mc Cann wsa ths erltlc for ths afttr.-.o-ia. The illfrctiailon Ha Interesting end rotated to marriages of irreat men. Mcsdnme Fleming and Wllhelm wore Kiitwts of tits cltib. Mesdnmee liarrold and Wlmt.lsh er- menl moaaly elctpd t' rnvmln-iM.. Th club will meet with Mr. Chun. Mi l A SISTER'S DEVOTION. Little Girl Would Not Part With Her Dead Charge. j CblcnRo, Mny 19 At the end of .1 1 weary two-mile waiK, Hots Goldberg, eight year old, laid her year-old 1 brother down at the county hospital yesturdny and asked In broken Cnc.-1 lUh thnt he be admitted for treat- 1 merit. The clerk looked at the baby In ce and then At the girl in wonder. Tho Infant was (lend. j IIom la the daughter of Joseph Gold bTB. a shoemaker who came from ituseta three montha ago. The k- has been the only nurse (o the two jounwor children. The baby was Uken k1(1i inesslea and whooping couth and HulphUirti at lenath prevailed upon the 7a rally to hare It taken Into the hos pllal. I With the few KflRltth wordu at her romiHaml, Hosa lt)(Ulrel the way to tho county Institution. Ai she pUwldetl on w1Ut her heavy burden the baby'i , oomplnlnts became less and Iom nnd at lait ceaaoil al)-n(tther, hut tne . little Kir) .-it no fears. I It rwiotred considerable explanation to make the girl believe that the lmby wo past medical alu and could not bo received. Then ahe nuletly llueo , Hp the IxHly and atarled (or the door, iatendiiiK to return with It In her arms to her fHthor'a house. The hospital Au thorities with dllllculty rouvtnceti li this wouhl not do nnd that the body HiMst be taken to the county MMHfue. Hum would not relinquish her burden to other arms, even then. Weeping, she carried the child to the moi" the south part of the group of bulU Itms. J.'ll. Wnll Is expending quite a turn Ih riHlressliiR his drug utore. The nsw paint and new arrangement add great ly to the appearance of the building. IMMENSE WHISKY CAPACITY. Woman Consumes a Gallon Every Day Husband Wants Dlversi. Alllwaukee. Wis.. May 19 A caia city for me gallon of whisky a da U the record 1'nlllp Metz gave Ms wife Margaret. In weklug a divorce from Judge Tarrant today. Mrs. Metz htm luwrly reached threescore and let!, while bur husband lias p.tsstd tliat, siwii of life. The Metsers wero murrled In S9!. nnd three years In tra .Mrs Metz desortod lior huslwnd. DurlnK that brief period of married lire .Mr. Motz testttled that lie found big wlfo could begin 011 n oiu- sallon JiiK.of whisky In the iiiornliiK nnd beroro nlxht It would be empty. lor ilrlnklnK habits, ho suld, were fao pn) nouueed that at Kownskum, whoro th;y lived, tho town board warned kuIooii kcepors not to Rive hor liquor, Ho was Klvon a decree, Ilcmembcr the 43 piece dinner set Clvcu awuy free at tjio JJiUUmore. 'JO I pin nest Thursday siterooon at 2:30 o'clock. Mies Ms Stereo entertained tt Whist dab, Wednesday afternoon from !: until t o'clock. Eleven tables were arranged for the play era. The tally cards, were dainty, and unique. They were painted by Master ftenny Stevens, who hi be coming quits an artist. Alter the sums, less were served. Ssrsral member tied for ths club prlM and cut. Mrs. McXausht wlnnlnc It. a point lacs piece. Miss Jennie W flams won the consolation prize, a hand painted pic tare. Mn. Ham P. Bee entertained at a sis roirse dinner yesterday In honor of her husband'i birthday. Tae house was nrolasely dec jrmted with American beauty rm The affair was a most enjoyable one and it was agreed that the hostess was a oeilfftt Ml entertainer, covers were IU4 u: several Including Misses Watson Woods and Spencer of Kearicky and .Mrs. Clara Hardy and Messrs. ca sidy. Gibson. Olla Wolrenon ai Gwynn. fr There will be no meeting of the 1 Whist club this week. The next cat of meetinsc has not been Used, and . wilt be announced later. I Mn. William PtelJer, a wl. known club woman of Purcel!, w a visitor to the city yesterday. I . .MUi Kay Almond la la the eltj from Gainesville the guest cf her sis 1 ter Mn. Fred f!atn. I j niR lot of embroidery up to 10 In I ches wide at lc r nrd. M"ml.i.. I only. A KLOSKi 2t FAIRBANKS TO METHODISTS. Vice Presld-nt Delivers Fraternal Greetings at Methodist Conference Hlrmlngham. Ala , May 10 Vice Irildent Fairbanks at at the gnernl conference of .-e MotlicHllet Bplscopal Church, South, today snld In part: "Mr Chairman and llrethren; 1 am commissioned with my colleague to bring you the fraternal greetings of the Method tm Bplscopal Church. . Is with great plensuro we liavo come to fulfil this frtendiy cilice, for we realise that while you and we owe al legiance to different organization), our churches hnre an alllnlty for each oth er which time and events serve great ly to strengthen. We feel pride In oaeh others' achievements. We regard your victories as ours and ours as Mirs. The heart of Methodism every where Is moved by a common ImiMilse. It Is Inspired by the same high -opos and the same exaited nsplntlons. Tha Methodist church In the United States has kept lmce with our tre mendous national development. In less than one century and a half more than fi.ftOtt.Oon communicants have been en rolled In all branches of our church. U la In the best sense a democratic church, working amoug the great masses of the people, lifting the lowly to better conditions. Its liospltab.e doors must always open to those lu lowly placen ps well as to those In higher sphere. The ne..i of Its activ ities Is .as broad as tne need of our Ioor humanity. Its dominion Is among all pople. Men are not too low to be lisyond the reacu of Its ministrations. It seeks to elevate temporally and spiritually the great body or mankind, i Mv brethren, our lines hfeve fall I11 pleasant places. We live In a for tunate hour In the history of the world. A great responsibllty rests up on us and that Is to live well our day and sorve well our generation. We are in the fullest and best sense t run toe of a mighty trust. Fidelity tn It Is Uie watchword. We are the ndher rents of n church of great potency. We give to It our lnval allegiance, for we have faith In It and we love It. We fcliould 'serve it and transmit It to those who shall flolfnp us with powi Increased and honor undlmmed. Meth odism Is progressive. It moves for ward majestically, meeting new con ditions nud the advancing needs of tho world; meeting In full measure the Increasing duties which Clod Al mighty lays upon It. No finite Intelli gence ran et the boundaries of hor ftituro Influence. Wo look back upon what sho has done with profound tat Isfftctlou and forward W the utmost condenco. Wo bollove int InspIroJ by all tho sacred memories of.tho past, the mighty nrm of Methodism will go forward doing Its full share In llftlnc humanity to a still higher nnd nobler llfo. SILENCE WILL PREVAIL. President Viil Net Reply to the Bailey DenL-nciat'ent. Washlnptta. MfV 1 There was ' it he faintest echo today of the do-rm'-.ation whlsJt "Ur. IlaTiey fcurled jfi'Td.y vt IN- white hones, and all fb.it was hoard was tai an cb fo- t ere was no sound from the w r.1'1 h' tfo, nor Is there to be any rp!y the president, for hi friends gave -.e RBMiraae tr- y that be had been persuaded to let the controversy te f : gotten as roon as It may. Friend of the president hope It may be soon for they feel that his prestige ba suffered from the event of the last week. They bellere. Indeed, that It will be a wee" which he -vll hare reason W rememVr trr many years Bretrw:ier t'-e rf-jr cf the pres- id eat durinr th brtf space of time , Is deprecated. Notnlne more certainty aiesu mat nis menu ;niaa ae mane in unpardonable mttUVe than that daring the two ays of aercest de nnadaUoa not one ma.oer of his par ty la the senate has rtiown any dlspo- sltioa eitker to defend or excuse him Gentlemen who hare rimed the white home report that the preldent ; ha shown MmetMn: of a chastened 1 mcod. They say there can be n Hnnkf tkat Ilia ....ft git mmt rk ' hare caased him much suffertag Per Xoadsr only we will t'. twelve yards of V a en dense lace cv Inch wide for !5c. ! A. KL05K! Alfonso's Gilt for Ena. Madrid. May 19 King Alfonso s weddlac plft to Irlnces Baa will con sist of Jewels valued at a half mill' dollars. They will comprise a golden crown studded with diamonds; a dia mond dlahm. 1 diaraonl iitrk'jre a pearl necklace, a golden bracelet. studded with diamonds, brooches and earrings. Is accordance with the order issued by the governor wadded saddle cloths were nsed la the last bullfight here to prevent the bu'.ls Injuring the horses. The bull-fighter declare th they are dangerous and coneu'ntTv the Idea of using such saddle cloths at the Corrida to be held la connec tion with the king's wedding festiv ities hare been abandoned. Ati InKtnitlflii ol the skin ci in- ed by beat or profuse penrlr.r: . can be qulcklr allayed with R - teys s Taieam powder, run one p.maa package. 24c. SO F. J. RAM SET. Druggl-' Laee Curtains. Watch for our special on lace cur tains. Just as toon as our curtain stretchers come we will glre yoi p re ctal prices on all of your lace cur tains. The price will he right tf-tf NEW STEAM LAUNDRY Christian Revival. The revival services at the A street Christian church continues with una bated Interest There were two more additions to the church yesterday. Srcral were baptize-! last night and there will he baptizing acnln tonight .Services are announced for today ns 'follow h.t At 11 a. m. Evangelist Ham lin will speak on "Your Influence;' nt 4 o'clock to men only at the opera houso (this service will be at three instead of four o'clock as announced herfltoforol ; at 8 p. m. the subject will bo 'Why btand ye here all the day idle?.' PASTOTt. Baccalaureate Exerelses. The baccalaureate oxerclses of the Ardm&ro public schools will bo held at noblson'g opera house next Sundiy mornlnc at 11 o'clock. A featur wl the oxerclosa will be tho address of Rev. W. Irving Carroll of Dallas, w.n wil' speak to the high school class. The va rious church choirs In the :lty will render music for the occasion nnj Mrn. Hardy will sing a solo. B-'oiv-ono Is cordially Invited to attend the exorcises. l.adles fine shoes and sllpp. worth up to it at only M cents .' the Baltimore. Monday. -' A Snap In Shoes, We have 9 pairs of drummer., sample shoe to Mil nt TSc on the $ or actual wholesale coat. Stock Ic eludes ladles', men's and children shoes. W. NRW51AN. 17-6 We are sole agent for Knox's fi soft nnd straw hats. 20 W. H. RYRD & CO. Our laundry Is open for out nonr Sunday morning; frcm S to for the accommodation of call uunillt. Otf NEW STEAM ULUNDKY The Itoyal Holler Rink la tb finest skatlns In ths Southwact. 1S-2 It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold. How often do we hear it remarked: "It's only a cold,' and n few days later learn that tHe roan Is tint on tils back with pneumonia. This Is of such common occurrence that a cold, how ever slight, should not be disregarded. Chamberlain's Cough Itemed) counter acts any tendency of a coll to result In imoumonla, and has enlncd Its great popularity and rxtnslvo fcnle by Its prompt cures of this most com mon ailment. It always euros and Is pleasant to take. For sal. by F. J. Kamsey, W. B. Frame, Ardmoro Drug Co., Donnor & Donner. Police Fooled Again. Galntr.or Steel ranges nre so cheap I that the police think we stole them Sold and guaranteed by j Stevens, Kennerly & Spraglns Co. MUSIC BARGAINS t... piece of sheet music j . .. r c. at IS cents Mun da !,; We are eelllng a good irai Talking MaaMaes and t' "ngripbs. Coast ta and ex .-1- taem and listen to some ' ties and Instrumental u. . !r We will be glad to hrc . 1 obic !n wsyetbsr you t ti. r : t. maybe yon have a I t-.. id who will buy after hear ... ' i 1. ti.lt of how wonder f illy clear and natural the modern inonograph can repro djee songs and music. We are constantly receiv ing new records and as soon as a k ng or selection of music makes a hit la the east you can hear it right here at home. ""Vc especially want the la dks and children to pay us a visit BOYD'S BOOK STORE Bis Reduction Sale Derjinning Saturday, May 19 Closing Kay 26 Big Salo on Millinery at Ladies' Emporium Come now nnd get your own selection of our leading Dress Hats, at greatly Reduced Prices Also n pi city lino of Street Hats, feme now. Do not wait for riuh. In building of HYDEN & HODGES LOT SALE LEHIGH, I. T. SPECIAL TAAlfL Leaves Ardmore a 7:30 a.m. Returning Leaves Lehifjh 5:30 p. m. ;e S3.20 BSBf, ROUril TRiP W. A. DASHIELL, TIcHet Aitnx V II fill Jl II III I I I I III t naval Roller i White Canvas Oxfords ftro going lo be worn more this season than ever before, nnd those who want to get the correct style and fit nt popular prices, will buy from us. Made in cap or plain toe, with turn or welt soles, Prices of style of cut shown: $1.50, $J.75, $2 LYNN, the Shoe Man 127 East Main Street Repairing a Specialty J. A. BIVENS, President DON LACY, Vice Presldsnt The City National Bank ARDMORE, INDIAN TERRITORY Capital $100,000.00 Surplus Funds 50.000,00 Accounts of firms and Individuals sol Iclted. Courteous Ueatmsot accorded to all alike. L AJDKEaON.rritdrs O L. ANDE&80M.GMblf FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ardmirt, Indian Territory Capital Fatd la Surplus Funds Tota'., rt oidm riant ib Jodltn T.rli(T7 eeoaoii of Crm tad itiditia i. ollelind oton lb muii llirr; irrmt coolntoi vlib irond Mnkloc Bankers Trust Company Paid-Up Capital $250,000.00 C. W. BAUMBACH. Proident. P. E. WEITSTEIN. Vice President. DAVID BARTLETT, Vice Preiident. P. C. DINGS, Secretory. B. G. HARDWICKE, Treasurer. Strictly Confidential Customers have a right to expect tint their banking business will be treated confidentially. This wo do, and also aiuj to protect their interesls in every legiiimata manner. THE ICE SAVEK The Waldorf Refrigerator Come in and look at our line and let us tell you of the advantages over others. Genuine 'Philadelphia' Lawn Mower 'The trie d ui d found worthy" ICE DREAM FREEZERS A compute line from 2 to 20 qts. Don't Forget Us on Your Pi.iwini.NO and Your Tin Wokk. WEEKS BROS. PRACTICAL TINNERS AND PLUMBERS H 'j'J West Main St. Telephone No. 79 K H. PALMER, Cashier FRED C. CARR, AsL Csshltr. h. r. fhenblk Y. vic-rr C.e. MAUP1N. AM I Ctlblrr . I 63.000.00 . 240,000.00 . . S300.000.00 I have a FirstClass Carriage Painter and use only tho best Paints and Varnishes, which is valentines which everyone knows is best D. E. ALLEN BUcKimlthlng, Woodwork