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Ardmore, Sunday, Mt. 20, 13C6.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. FlVft GRADUATION GIFTS That will be Appreciated by the Graduate Hnntlsoiiio line of Diamonds it Rings and Brooches. Toile Sets, 'Palis, Watches Waist Sots. Belts, Buckles and Pin.-; Bracelets, Neck Chains, Fobs. Etc WALTER C. DEAN Jeweler and Optician Fine Watch Repairing r Our Pattern Hats Will be Sold at Cost All of this wecK. Come first MORGAN Wear the Best; It Costs No More t'nlon Latirl, rp-to-DMe Woolen. Oorrimtn'il TrlmtaltiK LET lS MAKE YOl'll CLOTHES We ilo ClcJoloir. rtrpslrlm: nd Prrxlni. Ardmore Tailoring Company 111 North Wuhlncton at. J.NO. COONKK, rrop. Come with the crowds to the Royal Holler Illnk In'o.cttlng jrogrnm cv- 1 cry evening, 18-2 Invite a Girl To have a glass of soda an' sco what sho says. If it's a hot day nnd sho says "no" we miss our guess. All Girls Love Soda and it's the business of young gallants to see that they have ft Our soda beats them all. It's delicious, cool. Try it. C. V. SEGALE ' It'i better to be life tbpn lorrr." Get Your Abstracts from Us Tboatno.U of dolUrt' worth ot Itndilf ! (leclileiloa our tittrcn wlttoai ioof oaa dollar. W. S. Volverton & Son TUCKER'S MARKET Fresh and Cared Meats SteaKs and Roasts frompt Delivery Phone 91 PHONE For Carriage or Barirjarje ARDMORE TRANSFER CO. W. R. INGRAM, Hit. NOTICE The DressmaKing ..School.. Began with a nico class. Corue, learn this system. Bo independent of charts and patterns. To make tho tui tion so reasonable that every one that wants to, can tako a course, vlJl teach at tho res idence of Mrs. Bowles. Out of town ratronago solicited Phone 515 74 T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist Phone 4 and get a choice selection & TATUM Trlrphone No. 119 ARDMORE BANKERS INTERESTED. National Danki Will be Established nt Hewitt and Tuttle. Applications to orgnnizo Natlonnl banks at Hewitt and Vuuie, with a cnpltul of 725.000 encn huvu been np proved by ho eoniptmllar of the cur rency at SVjMnngton with C. W. Daumbach, C. II. Woodward, P. C. Dings, W. A. Lodbottoi and S. T. Dleilfcoo, all cf this city, as tho Incur jwrators. Messrs. Baumbnch, Woodward and Dings are olllcers ot the Hankers Trust .Co. of this city and Messrs. Ledbetter and Ulcdsoo, members of one of the strongest law ilrms in tho southwest. Skating rink collars In all colors nt Hrd Cos. 20 Marriage Licenses. Tho following marriage licenses were Issued In the clerk's olllce yes terday: Wm. A. Eldrldgo of Sprlngor and Lucy Morgan, Gilmer, Texas; W. T. Morgan and Mary Jnrnmn of Simp son; J. tl. Hayes -and Nora Gilland, Ardmore; It. D. Williams and Uulnh Mallory, Ardmore. You will have to hurry to tako ail vantage of the big sulc at the Haiti more. -0 The Immonso fans for the Haynt Holl er Illnk are on route and will soon bo installed. The Hoyal Rollor Illnk will bo tho most comfortable resort In the city all, during the summer. 18-2 Froth strawberries and ice croam nt Segalo's parlor. 20-3 Dr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Andorscn of Ma rietta arc in the city rr.e guests of rel atives. All dishes and glassware nt less than cost nt the Ilaltlmoro for ten days only. 20 All tho fresh fruits you will find at Segale's. - 20-3 It you will 'phono us wo w:ll have our clothos cleaner call nt your resi dence and figure on your cleaning, dyeing and prosslng. Special prices on large lots. 13-tf NEW STEAM LAUNDRY. "Kj--j--m:- i rv i r ii D. i t nua n or ink HVJUI KVIIU I II 1 1 11 tttttttt'mtttttttt Cream Dakery barbecued beef, tho finest, fresh every day. Send your buu.tt. John N. Imrle, 203, N. Caddo street. 20-lm Barbecue the Finest. Fresh every oay. Drlng n bucket Imrlo's Croam Ilakery, 205 N, Caddo street. Phone 268. 29-lni Don't forgot tho Ice cream parlor In the rear of the Horal Rollor Illnk. Hore you will find evory delicacy found In the best parlors. 1S-2 Screen wire, all widths, at Blvens, Corhn & Frensley's. TALIAFERRO'S. Undertaking nd Embalming. Vnrth of ArdinoreltB. North Washtni tnn irrfcut Phon to nJ 411 Seo T. K. Koarney's now Detroit gascllno stove. Great Improvement ove rtho others. ctf When you think ot good stoves you naturally think of Majestic Steel ranges and Charter Oak cook stoves. BIVENS. CORH.N A FRENSLEY 109 West Main PERSONAL NOTES. 4 W It. Hufnitt Is buck from n trip to Oklahoma. O. 11.. Harnett is In tho city from Tishomingo. W. C. Tucker of the Frisco road was here yesterday. Mrs. T. M. Dumas of Madlll was in tho city yesterday. J. H. Kerbo Is In the city from kcr- bo on legal Inislnoss. W. P. Lynch of Mllburn was a re cent visitor to tho city. Mr. and Mrs. It. IS. Pnlmor of Lit tle Hock are In the city. Thos. p. wall Is in the city from Sulphur to spend Sunday. Kev. w. irvin Carroll, an eminent divine of Dallas. Is In the city. .1. c. Graham of Marietta wax In the city yesterday on business. w. c. Tucker li In the city as rep resentative oi the Hock Island rail road. .Indue and Mrs. Wm. Pfeiffer an children wore her yesterday from Purcell. I.. I). Miller, a well known attor ney of Tishomingo, whs In the city yesterday. II. A. Stanley, principal of the pub lic school or Madlll, Is In the city to spend Sunday. It. O. Hardlcke of tlio Southern in vestment Co., has returned from .i trip to Minnesota. It. P. White Is In tho city from PO- tcau to spend Sunday. Mrs. W. T. Gardner, after a brief visit with relatives here, iiaa return ml to her home at Chucotnh. Hon. W. It. Ilaumbach of Hermlgn, Minn., u prominent banker and men tioned In connection with the govern orship Of that state, U in tho city the guest of his eon, C. W. Ilumn bach, proslduut of the Hankers' Trust comiMtny. For .Monday only we will sill all our street lints at cost. 20 A. KI.08KI. lust received a line of tropical weight Huttings, $20 and up. !0 W. II. IIYHD ft CO. Welts Hros., the owners of Liber tine, have received four line trotting bred mnres. Mr Stone has n number of tine borne. Mrs. Y. 1). Lynn Is reported quite lck with pneumonia. Baccalaureate Exercises. Hev. W. Irving Carroll who Is to deliver the baccalaureate sermon at the opera hotiso, today, arrived In the city yesterday from Dallas. It U announced that the exercises will begin at 11 o clock and thut all of the churches in tho city will dismiss to attend the meeting. Kvuryone Is cordially Invited to nttend the exor cises. Hev. Carroll Is one of tho most eloquent divines In Texas and It Is fortunate thnt he has been so cured for tho occasion. The grad uating exercises of tho Ardmore pub lie schools will take place next Thursday and Friday nights nnd tho graduating class will consist or elgh teen pupils, live of the number are young men. 4--t-.-'-t-t. t Spend un evening of solid fun nt tho Hoyal Holler Illnk. 1S-2 Tho civil term In the United Stntos court endod Inst Friday nnd United States Judge Towuseud excused the Jury until Juno 10, whon n murder ense from tho Hnvla section will lie tried. It Is likely that Judge Town send will hold court opon n few days ror tho disposition of mot Ions and other bjsluess thnt may arrive. 13, MO and IZ1) coupon bookr at this once. Don't forget tho Ice cream parlor In tho rear of tho Hoyal Holler Illnk. Hero you will find every delicacy found In tho best parlors. 1S-2 Mrs. KloskI has opened n dress making parlor In her storo 011 Wont Main street. Miss WIIIlo Stovons. for merly with llurton-Peel, will have charge of this department. 20 f Tho cold drinks nt tho Hoyal Holler Hlnknrothoflnoat In tho city. Wc t re play none out experts In tholr line. 18-2 Tho Immenso.tans for the Hoynl Holl or Illnk are an route nnd will soon bo Installed. The Hoynl Holier Illnk will ho tho most comfortablo rosort In tho city all during tho summer. 18-2 Como with tho crowds to tho Hoyal Holler Hlnk. Intorostlng program ov cry ovonlng. 18-2 The eight children of Mr. and Mrs, It. F. Ilnrnes. who have been danger ously 111 with mouslos, havo recover ed and are able to bo up. Furnished room for rent. 2Q2 South jiiii street. Fresh shlpmont of Lownoy's fine candios rocoivcu at sogalos. 20-3 FOIl SALE A fine rubber tired sur rey. a liargnln. E. E. GUILLOT, 20tf lit Wnshlngton St. Tho cold drinks nt tho Hoyal Holler Hlnk aro the flnost In tho city. Wo cm ploy none but experts In their line. Mildred S Cypimlngs haa opened a public stonogrnphlc ofllco In Ard more and Is ready to do any and oil classes or stenographic work. De positions and legal work osneclallv Hoom No. 1, Donk-Hobln'son build ing. Phone No. C02.' Joslo Davles, ROM ff 111 FUNERAL Or T. Y. MORGAN. Services at the First Presbyterian ChurchUnder Auspleea of K. of P. The remains ol T Y Mmgnu t ill bi consigned to Mother Earth till. aliPiiuHiu at 2:30 o clock. The Mr. en I will take place from the fanilb rt'ide:!ce on A. street northweKt. hiii srrtlces will be held at the Flrnt Presbyterian church and will In- c m- d'icted by Her. 11. L. Wamer of the Cumberland Presbyterian church and Lir Hamlin of Ft Worth. The funeral will be largely attend ed and will be in charge of the Knights of Pythias lodge of wMth deceased was lin old member. The pall betirers have been t'ot:i from the respective orders of which Mr. Montau was a member. Follow Ins is a list of the pall lfari KMsthts of Pythias, A. Walcct. .1 A iu-rt ivlt and LrtMont Hyer: El' C. I). Carter. T. A. Thurmond and H O Itntdfonl. United Commert i.'l Trnvelers, 3am Home an 1 J. H P rkshtre. Xt-ariy ail nf the relit I'.e of t!i daed hare arrived. Mr. i' lil-i a ixtcr of Mr. Morstan. came in ic- tei day. The death of Mr. Mirann h.11 n im t"l nvich regret thrnii snout the t it Attention, Elks. 1 Every Klk Is urged to ns.erable nt Elks" hall promptly nt 1 o'clock today to attnd the funeral of our late broth er, T. Y. Morgan. A full nttemlnwj Is reiuotetl. CHAS. D. v AIlTIIIl, Exalted Huler It. 1 SANDliHS, Secretary. 1 You should seo some of those rot- tagfs that W. H. Kelly & Co. hnvu ma le plans for. 10 Appraised Property. Capt. W. F. Whlttlnmon. I. II. Heat and A. V. Doak, the appralsluc Inwril ntitiolnted recently bv Federal Judeo Townsend to condemn laud and' assess the amount for damage fur a Sa;:ta Fe right of way between Davis ai:d Sulphur, returned stenlHy from Htiiphur wnore the board made an up prnlMement for the right of way Into Sulphur The board was accumistn led by 8. T. Uledsoe, an atturuey for the road. The board of appraisers will go to Dnls tomorrow to condemn Iri.d for the right of way for the DavU arid Turner Falls road, a distance '. Ax mites. H Is stated that an In'enirii.' )!" will hIso be built into Sulph i: 1 : t'i. ner.r future. The ladles Aid Society of the First Preabvlorinn Riiirdi will tiinvf Ttir- ' day aftornoon with Mrs. Dort Foster. ' Dullness session from three to four o'clock, koclal session from four to live o'clock. All members are re quested to be prosent nt this meeting. MHS. FOSTER, Sec. Inspected Schools. In order that the new public school buildings of this city will bo equipped with the most modern convenience known L. H. Love. me"'K-r 'it t,, school board, and Prof, Evans, sup or ntendont of tho public schools, vis ' Oklnhoma City tho latter part of tho week where an inspection ot the public school buildings jf that city wns made. Tho purpose of tho visit was to inquire Into the propo rtion of lighting and heating the "hools nml the matter of sanitation. Prof. Evans staled that Mr. Loo and Mmself were highly plenied with tho s.'l 00' buildings ot that city an : tl 1 It was Intended to oqulp the ' hools ot aw more in t aim '.1; ij'h.1ik-i. Now ties, new shirts some'hlnz very nobby. 20 W. II. HYRD & CO. If you foiled to get our counterpane special last week, don't bo uneasy, we will give you another chance soon. I3 tf NEW STEAM LAUNDRY. 44 .--M-t-4. -J. . Spend nn evening ot solid fun nt tho Hoyal Roller Hlnk, 16-2 A BIG CROP OF TWINS. Shown by Enrollment Division of the Dawes Commission. Muskogoe, I.T., May 10.- "There never was such n crop of twins as last yenr," remarked Miss Aunn noil, .n cliargo of tno enrollment division of the Choctnw and Chickasaw nations at tho Dawes commission. "Thore have been about tnreo hundred 'now born' applicants since tno rolls wore opened the last time to put on too late' bablos (those horn too late to got on previous rolls) nnd out of thnt number there hnvo been nt least twen-ty-flvo pairs of twins. Tho way tjioy como In pnlrs ought to he a spoclnl Inducement fo Prosldont Roosevelt to make n state out of Indian Territory." Thore has boon 11 tromendous rush to enroll babies In all .. tho nations but it Is grontoet In the Chornkco na tion. There tho rolls have boon closed two years nnd thoro seems to havo been n full crop of bnbtos each yoar Thoro will be mora "new borns on rolled In that nation than In all the others combined. In the other nations, It Is only fair to say, babies wore en rolled Inter than In tho Cherokee na tion. We aro headquarters for anything up-to-the-minute. 20 W. II. HYRD & CO. Gloun M. Johnson, assistant cash ler of tho. Flrit National Hank, left Tuesday evonlng to take charge of a uew Imuk nt Lohlgh, I. T., as cash ter. Mr. 'Johnson Is-an nble anil call able yotiujr man or.1 we wish him suoeess. I t his now position. TIsho mlngT News. Mr. Johnson g well' known fn this city and has' u number of friends who will bo glad t: lesrn or bis sue cess. He lo t; deserving young man Howl Ho er ik i j nnd Is worthy In ery way of the , All the New Models Sft V J. 0. tfess& Justrile nnrcQie i? . I Exclusive H Agents. Attractive Millinery 1 Our flats Are Stylish and Becoming; our Price s Right LOWENSTEiN'S Santa Fe Improvement. 1 t The Santa Fo has been shipping In sand for the past few days to nil up excavations And mud notes which , havo long been standing on tholr property. A force of men were at work yesterday afternoon hnullng sand just south ot tho union depot, preparnt iiy to making that placo as solid for cabs nnd carriage as any in the city. This placo has long been one thnt cabs and other vehicles havo not been able to set In and out of. and tho work of the Santa Fo road Is very acceptable to tno citizens of Ardmore. Dally Ardmorclto 50c. per sionth. I W. A. PRIDE "77ie Tinner" IV. A. PRIDE, "The Roofer," I puis on Roofs that ate Guaran teed. First Class Plumbers In comnc:llon nnd dorcpalnng of aff kinds MADDENS! SHOE 1 Closes Monday Tnis Is without doubt tho greatest Shoo opportunity of tho soison. You want to bear in mind that you havo practically all of tho season yot beforo you, nnd you'll regret it if you don't avait yourself of this opportunity to buy your Summer Footwear at a fract'on over Half Price Misses' and Children's Oxfords nnd Strap Slippers in Patent and Plain Kid, with Common, Sense, French and Mili- j tary heel, all sizes, all widths Children's Footwear worth up to $1.25, at 78c t Children's Footwear worth up to 150, at 98c Children's Footwear worth up to 1.85, ct 51.28 Children's Footwear worth up to 2.25, at .1.58 t Ladies' Footwear, worth up to $2.00, at 1.28 Ladies' Footwear, worth up to 2.50, at 1.48 Ladies' Footwear, worth up to 3.0,0, at 1.78 Ladies' Footwear, worth up to 3.50, at 1.98 1 MADDENS X3 v?o ' f if f Th- morning session nt tho Hoyal Holler Illnk from 9:30 to 12 Will bo devoted exclusively to ladles and girls No gentlemen admitted. Expert In structors have been employed to tench skating. No ndmtsslou fee, no charge for skates, everything free every morning oxcept Saturday until May 27th. ' 18-2 Wo havo nn expert cleanor nnd presser and make n specialty ot la dles' garments. Ctf NEW STEAM LAUNDRY. The sooting tjnpaclty of the Royal Holler Hlnk Is being enlarged. Tho management la making ovory prepa ration to seo after the comfort ot those who attend. 18 2 Don't do longer without a roomer, t'ye nn Ardmorelte want nd. hone Number Gets the 70 Best Flack Lino in tho city. 0-.Lt M.tTCtAM TBACI CITIkID 10. T. E. Choat. Prop. SALE i manager. 1S-C position he now occupies. H-M-H- H-mttt