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Ardrrere, Thursday, June 14, 1SC6.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. nvt The Newest Novelty in Hand Be 3s Collar Supporters with Pearls and Fancy Stones, in Solid Gold and Gold Filled Libbcy Cut Glais in the Latest Designs WALTER C. DEAN 108 Weit Ma p.Sf Jeweler and Optician Fine Watch Repairing Wear the Best; It Costs No More I'olnn tatirl. t'tito-Unte Woolrn, (lairaotrcil IrlmmlnK LET t'H MAKE YOl'lt CLOTH Kit W il Cleaning, liepalrlnic and PrrMieg Ardmore Tailoring Company 111 North Wathloirton 81. JNO. COONEIl. I'ron. LARGEST STEAM BAKERY Solomon's Very Best In any iiuantliy. No order too large for u to flit Capacity, to.doo lejvx I uy SOLOMON S STEAM BAKERY, - ARDMORF, I. T. ALL -NEW MEN ... In all, btnnches and 1 guarantee n" work tlioy do, as they aro flrst- class workmen. In .doing horseshoeing they can't bo beat as they nrc careful aiitl considerate. They flt tho shoe I'i tho hoof and I guarantee they can Atop any horse from knocking. Thoy do all othor work with tho f.uuo i-nrc. I liavo ii first clnM man to paint nnd tlx up your buggy. H has boon with mo 20 days and lias uno $300. worth of work nnd It has all given satisfac tion. W'e can do tho Hamc for you; call and Inspect tho wo'k. Trade with Us and two will trade with you. If you want your buggy fixed up llko new and enn't spare the money now, I will do tho work on fnll time, so cured by nolo. Everything guoran ted, workmen and all. D. E. ALLEN Call on Mrr. Ada I llr.es for flno bullet articles. COT A Strett, north west. 10'lm DELICI0USLY COOL And Refreshing Soda Is Wa.ting for you AT OUR FOUNTAIN Try ii tfood, fronoroiis gl.iss lllled to the brim witli puru de light. Only tlio purest ingre dients are used in our llavors, so you can drink as much as you llko. And you'll llko a whole lot, wo assure you. Have plenty of company, too. C. V. SEGALE, Confectioner 4 "T? VERY SOUTH 13 EN I) i,Ci WATCn, before lea. -iug the factory, is subjected to a temper mature ranging from freezing :.to boiling and rntiHt keep pet feet timo under these conditions. The; wonder fuiy constructed; Balancu ' Wheel adjusts itself to tho ivaiying condilions of heat or cold. Come in and inspect one wo woa't ask j ou to buy . ..Coleman Bros... Drugs and Jewelry W. 1'. NIXON Hlhfrnmltli nnil I'.nu-r.iTiT VI-onoI-5 T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist Phone 4 retrtilioDe No. (16 IN INDIAN TERRITORY -An Alarming Situation - fruentlyrwiltfrt;rrno;l,ct,of flogged bowels ajid tojuMUyer, untllj constipation become cltrtnucrTlils con dition Is nknown to those who use Dr. Klng'e Now Life Pills; the best Olid gentlest regulators of stomach nnd bowels. Guaranteed by W. I). Frame, druggist. Price 25c. Notice to Common School Graduates. .On Thursday and Friday nfteruoor.s next, from two to four o'clock I v'l bo at the Ardmoreltc ofllco to glv? out tho certificates that came In Intu Come at those hours. 13-2 CHAHLES EVANS. Whlikey and Drug Habits. Permanently and quickly ejirctL Get cured first, pny nftenvuid. Mill Sanitarium, Ardtno'". I. T J l in THE FENNINGTON HOTEL Tishomingo, I, T. Itatos 2 por day. . Sample room free PEYTON J. PKUITT, Prop. KODAK SUPPLIES Full Lino Just Received BUY AN EASTMAN. AND BE HAPPY WE HAVE THEM WE DELIVER GOODS Red Cross Drug Company Fho.ie 15 The Drinks Served At Our Founlain Tickle the Palate 109 West Main BKzasixsxsu Bread PERSONAL NOTES ('. C Washington or Marietta I In the city. Lee Tyer returned today from Dal las nnd cither points In Texas. Lewi Martton Jr. went to Gnlnes vllle today. John Prater left today for Oklahoma city to spend several days. . Mrs. W P. Doss of Ada nnd Mm. .1 I Anderson of Dnlbort, Texas, nro lu t:.e city, tho guests of Dr. nnd Mrs. A. E. Adams on llnrgrovu Heights. .Mrs. lltdlo Thomson of Sulphur Is In the city tho guest of Mts. Ellen Wallace. Mrs. Flora Dltkson of Moreet. Mn, and Mrs. M. E. Kussell of SHllnet, Mo, are In the city, tho guest of their brother. U 1. Illnke and family, on nc rt:i Washington street. George llmry Hrmo, (he il:y clerk, left today for Hoetou. Mass., to attend the nnnunl meeting of the grand ennp r It. A. M. Tho meeting will om meek, commencing Monlny. the 1 Uli Mr. tlruce goes to (he meeting as repieseiiUtlvo or the Indian Terri tory. He was elected at a recent meeting or lly Masonic lodge. Mr. and Mrs. .1. V llollnml o.', Shitwuee, who .have been visiting rel ative at Franklin, Tuuu.. are In the city, the guests of ,Mrs. Holland's mother, Mrs. Vary Doyle, und T. I.. Holland, and Mr, and Mrs, Jeff Jones. They will spend sovernl days In tho city before returning home. Andy ilutchlim of Ilnum Is In tho city. Mr. HutchliiH will purchase res idence property and move his famll to Ardmore to secure advantages of the Bchools hero. Ijist day at ltoyal Holler Itlnk. Sat urday A special matinee for children, Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock. 14-2 Every member Is urged to be pres ent at the regular meeting of the Woodmen circle tomorrow Frldny ev ening, ut 8 p. m. nut K. P. Unit. MHS I. II. MASON. Guardian Entertain Whltt Club. MIhh Nell Hhiko Is entertaining the Whist club this afternoon at tho home or Mr. and Mrs. L. I Dlake on north Washington street. A plensnut pnrtf Is In attendance. Miss Atrello Flnnlken has Issued In vitations to her recltala to bo held Friday evening, the fifteenth, und Tueday evening, tho nineteenth of June, nt tho llroadway Mcthodlft church. An Interesting program will bo rendered by tho pupils. Tho Woodmen Circle will meet Frl day night nt 8 o'clock. right Prospects. .1. II. Hickman, a prominent real estate man of Kansas City, Ih In Ard more for n few days looking after some Investments heretofore mudo by him. "You havu a splendid town," said Mr. Hickman, "and thuro aro fine op portiinltloti to mako money lu tho In dlan Territory. Stntohood soonis to bu nssured. With representation lu coiigrcsa no dlfllculty will bo bad lu getting tho restrictions removed. Tho people, nnd especially men with mou ey to Invest have tholr oyen on tho Territory, and thoy nro Just waiting ror an oppoitunlty to Invest. 1 have miidu money on everything I touched In tho Territory, ami so can nny limn who luvosts lu real estate. It Is sim ply a case of continuous rise. You can't loose. Tho next time I come hero 1 hopo to bring a narty of rich MiHsourlnns with mo, nil of whom are enxloiis to be shown." Children's day nt Uoynl' Holler Itlnk Sutttrdny. Spdelnl matinee In tho af ternoon at 3 o'clock! li-'J Dr. W. C. Wood formorly of this city, who has bedn attending tho'North Wt'Htem Dantal Unlvorslly at Chica go, lias returned and will again make this his homo. Dr. Wood wlH engngo lu tho practice of his profession here. Mrs. W. J. Hill, mothor of Mrs. It. J. Songster, loft today for Eldoru. Ark., accompanied by A. II. Hill and Misses Lucy Tillman and I.ucy Sanst-i tcr. Floor at City Hall Annex. Workmen nro putting In n concrote floor at tho city hall annex, where tho X)llco department nnd tho patrol wa gon will be stationed. Tho floor was not put In enrllor ou account of the putting In nf tho catnbooso colls In tho building. Tl:. purtol wagon Ins not been making dm many runs ns : would otherwise, had tho tloor been down, as It Is hard to gut tho wagon In nnd out but when tho floor Is down, look out boys, tlio patrol man will b after you. The public Is Invited to tome out nnd meet the i.ohiihI Unohars, Friday nk'ltt at t'ie C'luiktlttn cburoh lu th" Jocture by Mrs. SL John.'AdroU.lon' trot). . ' l.;'t do loni'cr wlthoht n roomer I'so an Ardaiowlto want ad. ! FUNDS FOR HARGROVE COLLEGE. Committee Appointed to Raise Funds. Vast Improvements to be Made. Th committee appointed yesterday nfternoon by the hoard of directors of Hargrove College at a meeting of that body, to raise funds for the erec tion of additional dormitories and Im provement or the college buildings nnd grounds, consisting of Messrs. II. W. Handol. I.e Cruce and W. H Wol verion, wll begin the work of raising funds at onre. These gentlemen are all nld iwtmn of the college and have given their time nnd money more than once Id the Interests or the Institu tion and who are Interested In Its continued success. They will exert evei) Influence to raise the amount needed to make the necessary Im provement on the college building nnd It Is the Intention of the board bf .trustees to mike Hargrove college the leading educational Institution In the two U rrltorle. The scholastic year Just ended 1ms Ih-oii the best the Institution has ever enjoyed. The ac tion of the board In retaining Dr. J. M. Gross as president of the college is veiy aereptnalde to the resident 'of Anlmore and the petrous of the col lege Dr. Gross nssumod charge of the college when that Institution' was In jdebt. and running at a hs, one mr ago Today tho college Imn not n did ihtr of Indebtedness to cnriy urn! Is Milslng money to mnke Improvement thnt will enaule the Institution to onre for IwIcp the number of students that wo erln attendance the past year. The high praise tendered Dr. Gross nt the meeting of the directors Is nn example of the esteem In which he Ik held by the board and the pat rout or the college Dr Gross Is limbing preimrntlons for Issuing a handsome catalogue of the college, which will bo distributed to all iHtrts of the surrounding conn try. Already many students have been enrolled for the next term and It Is tho opinion that the brightest pros pects are now before the Institution. l.ot the cltlnens or Ardmore and surrounding country flock lo the nld of the college. A tine educational In stitution Is worth much to nny town. Piano Recital GIVEN IIY THE PfPH.S OF Walter Nichols AT THE OPERA IIOUK Thursday Eve, June 14th. AMml"lnn lirnmlyc Seat, on Hulo WrilnvHilujr murnlni: A GREAT PROGRAMME FREE. Mrs. St. John, a Great Teacher and a Greater Lecturer, Coming Everything Is being dono to show the formal teachors In schslnn here that Ardmore Is willing to plan and sacrifice something to render their stay profitable and pleasant. The W. C. T. V., 0110 of Ardmoro'R strongest organizations, has a president, Mrs. Dr. Carr, always 011 tho lookout for tho comfort of others. Sho has se cured the services of Mrs. St. John, the Held evangelist for the W C. T. L'., mid 11 lecturer nt the grentost suuimor Chautauqua In this country, n woman of great travel und broader learning who, having been 11 toachor, knows how to talk to all In general and to tho teacher In particular. At tho Chlrstlun church tomorrow night she will give her famous lecture, "Tha How und What or Heading," lllustrnt ed. Hnmumber that everybody Is In vltiid .nud the lecture Is free,, At tho (JhrlHtfuu church nt 8 p in.. ACQUITTED F FORGER V. W.i Scrlvner Found not Guilty of tThat Charge Turned Loose, s. w. Scrlvner was trlud lu tho coin- mlsMoner'a cotut this morning on n elinrgo of forgery, Tho charge wua nnile by Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hnys. All the pnrtleH In the enso live at Powell. Sciivhor was charged with forging tho namb or Mr. mid Mrs. Hays to an or der lo seouro a mnrrlngo license. Tho license wns secured and Scrlvner wns married to tho step-daughter of HnyB. warrant for hit frrct w w swora out and ho was tried nnd found not guilty. Commissioner Hobuett found that thoro was no law to prohibit a man from securing n mnrriago license In that mannor. The young couple went uwny rejoicing. Hern lle.i nlno b.tbo an dead as nits, Whom Gott has kilt mlt ngor fits. He would not let him llvo mil mc So took him up to llvo mlt Ho. Tho. child would havo lived had ho boon given Dr. MondqnhaU'B Chill and Fovor Curo. Sold by W. H, Frame. Tho reason cigars from our caso ftro so sntltfnttory Is that we pay extra ror oftrn rniullty and et bra ml mado r kiiperkr ntuck. 0 F. J HAMSEY, Df.lSjlst THE OLD FLAG HONORED. Today 129th Anniversary of th; Blrt'i of the Banner of Beauty and Grace. Today. June nth. In the one hun dred nnd twenty-ninth anniversary or the birth or the Amcrltan ling. One hundred and twenty-nine ears ago. todny, nn bill was Inttoduced Into congress, which wns then In session nt Independence Hall nt Philadelphia, to the effect that a Natlonnl Flag be established. The bill read. "ltw.olved tlmt the Flag of the in 1'nlted Col onies be IS stripes, nlternate red and white; that the union be 13 niars, white In a blue field, representing a new constellation." Tho bill xid and the ling which had theretofore been the seriient and iiumertMis othor emblems wns dlseured. Tho design of the ling was worked out by ltotsy Horns, or Philadelphia, who made tho first Hag. And a woman's deft flngeni made all the Hag that were In use ror Ixty years atter the National Plug was established. Since that time Old Glory has waved oxer many a !attle field and has been carried to foreign countries and through dangers by her sturdy sons. In all she has ever wnvod proudly over tho "1101110 of tho llrnve, nnd the hand of tho Free." The day has boon aptly kopt In Ardmore. and Iho slnni und stripes can be seen lloullng to (he hreese from ninny 11 home nnd ling post. The lot(mice. court house and a number of other public buildings were ulso decorated. Among the piettlo.it de corations that were nrranged In the city wns nt tho home or Col. David Itedfleld. Col. Hedlleld Is an ii.l..,i. oral soldier and Is Past Department Commniulor or the G. A. II. He bus n banner which ho procured nt the Nut lonal Encampment or the G. A. It., nt 1 f at tlneo years ngo, to which he has pinned numerous badge. This emblem Is surrounded by smaller Hags nnd presents n pretty nnd lu spiring sight. Nice Cottage for Rent. Sevon rooms, with bath mid lights I) street, southwest. ,4,f U II. I.OVE Saturday Is the last day at tho Hoynl Holler lllnk. A speelnl matlueo ror children nt 3 p. 111., Saturday. H-2 Attention Knights. Hegiilar meeting of Myrtle Lodge. KnlghtK of PythhiH tonight, work lu the third rank. E. V. GHEKN, C. C. Dally Ardmorclto GOc per month. a. ..Friday, Saturday.. Monday I You can buy Desirable and Sea I sonable Merchandise at a Sacrifice All Ladies' Wool Skirts that sell from 0 up at One-Fourth Off All Ladies' Wash Suits and .Skirts nothing reserved and big line toselcctfrom, Friday, Saturday and Monday One-Fourth Off All Ladles' Waists, in both Silk and Wiu-h Waists, tbht sell from 1.50 up , ... One-Fourth Off . , . . ''' l.'..: . I.. 1 ,1 I All Millinery (and rcmcmhovour prlrrs are lower to' begin with than any exclusive shop) Friday,' Snturdiry and Monday, any Hat marked One-Fourth Off Our Hosiery Department is tlio most comp eto 'in'fd moro. You can Hud what you want. For three days4 Frl-" day. Saturday and Monday you can buy all Ladle' Fancy Colored Hose priced 50c and up, at One-Fourth Off See the special lots of Ladies and Children's Summer Footwear on sale atjbifj reductions. In every department you'll find something' spe cially priced for quick clearance. MADDENS Buy Children's THE LOCAU ELKS TO DENVER An Arrangement Committee Appoint cdTulta Invites Afdmorr. A committee 1ms been appointed by the local lodge or Itlkn to look after nil arrangements concerning tho pro posed trip to Denver to attend the annual reunion of the grand lodge, which will bo hohl there ror three days, beginning July in. This commit tee Is roniHsed or H. L. Sanders, A. W. Dunham nnd It. It Oulllot. To this committee assigned (he task of finding out the nitmher of Elks who will attend the convention from tho lodse here, to attend to the decoration or the car. and to secure headquarter ror the warty at Denver. The commit tee Is at work on their several dm let and rrom the Indies! Ions a good crowd of Ardmore "Hills" will he In attend ance at the convention. An Invitation hs been treelved by the local imlj:- fr. m the lodge at Tulsa lo the pff.-rt that the various territory-lodge run regale at Tulsa and Mil tvMrory Klk go by special trsln frftlff. there Ti e committee will determine the plnnx In the future as to the riudJ. to be taken. u.. - A numlMH of Isdlon will, bji, In. Die party whlsh noun from tha teivttsiry. nn(l tho trip lu Itself will be ri'ileas t ona, ; , "" I Tho1 progrnm or entortarBinVm l)irc larel by the IXuivor HHw will be grand. Denver citizens have spared neither expense or tlmu In preparing ror tho entertainment or the ElkH nnd nit who attend will hnve a royul I I mo. Special Saturday Matinee For the reason Hint children under 14 yenra or age do not sknto ut night we will put on a big matinee Satur day afternoon nt .1 o'clock for their special benefit. H-2 HOYAL HOLI ER HINK. Fresh strnwborrlcB dally ,U the City Fish Market. Mm Telephone at Club Rooms. Through the courtesy of tho rhtcTT n saw Telephone comiHiny, n telephone has been Installed at the- Commercial club freo or charge, ror the use of the secretary The number of tho 'phono Is K0, nnd nnyono desiring to commu nicate with tho olllcera or tho club can do so by ringing that number. A lecture by n great tenchor ror tho teachers at the Christian church to morrow night. S&.OO or ovor, .11" . Barefoot Sandals '