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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore, Tuesday, April 21, 1903.
Our Store Is Yours
; TO USE !
t.onir III mill meet your frli-niU. t r our I r li-iliniir.
I.euve ulir tninll pnrieU In fiur inrr.
Omiip In nnil rryt. t our ilore fur imr tun venlrnce.
Whnl'd here, yon put hero and you're welcome to make tho store
your hendipiarterH. Our assortment of line I'erlumer) , Toilet
urtlcloH, .Stationery. Mumlrles, etc, In not Aurpasiied In tho city.
Our proscription department In In charge of competent phar
macists and nothing In uieil but tho highest purity in tho torn
pounding of prescriptions. "Wo aro In business for your health "
WALL'S l)RUG STORE
Dispensers of "Very Best Soda"
Huylcr's Cundies Telephone 6
Antwtr 3t Itiitont Ardmoititt Ad CJ(h
WTBD- You to provldo ti monthly
in (line for your old agp, or for
our family In caw of your death
liv taking an annuity i)llcy with
the Praetorians of Dalian, Texan.
Sold on the life or twenty iy-im-nt
plan. See M. II. Whoeler,
stiHe manager, room C, Slms-INtn-nlngton
WANTBD To convince those In need
of Machine and ltepalr work of
any derlptlnu that you'll mako no
mistake, neither will I, If Bent to
tho "old reliable."
JO.VBS MACJIINB AND HBI'AIIt
205-21G Houth Mill Ht 2C-lm
WANTBD Men to loam barber ,
trade. Will eo,ulp shop for you or (
f il rtilnh tiOHltloim, few weekH coin ,
iletH constant practice, careful In-
HtruotloiiH,, IooIh given, Saturday
wngeH, diploma granted. Write for ,
catalogue, Moler llarber College, ,
Dallas, Texan IS ii I
WANTBD Bow white Ilrahma chick
ens. Apply to Mm. M. J. 1'arker.
11 Htroot, southwost. 20dwl
WANTBD The loan of 2.)00 on
llroadwny property between Wash
liigton anil C Street. 20 2
rngH at the Ard-
roil SAI.IC Oil TllADB-01 aero
farm near I'arlt Texan. fiDaore
farm near Troupe, Texas. flB-aero
farm near (irinul Sullne, Texan.
Will trade o or all for Improved
or unimproved Ardmore prooeity
See John C. Htoitu for description
.iml Information I't (.
KOII SAI.B On easy terms, UU 0,
ami 8, In Mock 21), 5-room house,
concrete itnriii a liar, bearing fruit
of several varieties, plenty of ber
ries, ham, chicken housmt. Pleasant
plaru to llv. Heo me at once. H. .1.
l'OH HAI.K A man'a bloyolo In good i
nr call nt tlil.i office.
Foil SA!,I A ladles' bicycle al
most new, only beim usod n few
months. I'hone 7SC Green or cnll
at this office. tf
l'OIl SAI.B Plenty of baled Hliucks
fur cow feed. Old Iron barn, oast
of railroad. J. J. HBllltY. 13th
Foil SA1,B- Some fresh Jersey cows.
I'hone 372 Felix King I'Jtf
It) 1 1 SAI.B IUmronalily cheap, elec
tric Imzz fan J. Goldsmith's Umu
Olllce, Main 'ii. 19-tm
FOH SALI--Iliown lAtghorn eggs,
15 for .$1 00. I'hone -117 red or
wrlto box 31 1, Ardmoro. 19 1m
FOIl SAUC Cheap, a flve-nioin hotiBo,
Close In. I'hone CSS. .11 tf
FOR HUNT Three unfurnished
rooms. Corner llroadwny and I). St.
N W. I'hono C59 or apply Mrs. l'ml
llou at Ardmoro Dry Goods Co.
FOH HUNT Two furnished rooms
also nn offlco rtKim In Nobl
Ilros. building. Apply Noble llros
FOIl HBNT Five room house, close
In: good barn, gas and city water,
furnished or unfurnished. Hlgglns
Suggs Kcnlty Co. uti
d)yn 3 good Cietd lor Hit folks
FOIl HKNT A largo front room,
cose In, all modern onvonlenros.
Mrs Mi) ii. Phone 711- 22-lm
FOH HKNT -Two nl"
.1 II SjirnKlnn.
May 1. See
FOH RUNT Two nicely furnished
rooms for light houso-keoping
Cor. A and Ilrnadway, N. W. Ap
ply Parisian Mll'lnory Co., I'hone
For Sal e
12 well located lots &0xlf0
feet, newer and water.
Trice 100 each, $10 down
and $10 a month. Also
other desirable property
improved and unimproved.
Wheeler Illdg. I'hono IW.i blue
Another Dooze Capture.
Dock James, an Indian and Tom
WnjltMm, viill have to answer the
charge of trnnsiorllng whiskey with
in the horde of the slate at tho
next KetMlou of the dimity court,
Tli mio two gentlemen wero caught
with Hoods lust night by Deputy W.
B. l-indriim after having returned
from CaliKMvIllo with IS pints of the
forbidden Juice. Tho men camb In
on the midnight train from (initios
vllle and wore followed hy the dole
uty who got tho two when they en
deavored to conceal their grip con
talnlni; the Ikkizii.
A clone watch Is ln-lng kept on nil
suspicious Intone iwddlors hy tho olll--ers
who are enforcing the law to
the best of their ability.
SuliHcrlbe for the Anlmorelte.
The Best Thing This Season
Will be Wash Suits in linen or cotton, both tailored suits and dresses will be good.
'J lie wave of popularity, which has sprung up for wash suits, has been close
ly watched by this store.
Our second purchase reached us by express yesterday some beauties in the
lot, ranging in price from $io to $25.
Another shipment in the lower priced Suits, from &. to sio, is due this week.
If you want one of the higher grades, see those that came yesterday. If you want
to pay under 510, waic fur the new arrivals later in the week.
The Shirt Waist Season
Is upon us. Three new lots came to us 'ast week. The two best lines in America
are in our stock: The "Royal," from Philadelphia, and "Mitchel & Gross," from
New York, also some beautiful lingerie dresses from Mitchel & Gross.
There is no occasion for alarm over the outcome of onr spring business' in
point of sale, we are way ahead of last yea-, and bright prospects for the future, at
the old reliable store.
The Place to Buy Good Shoes and Hosiery
Ily St, I. 'I. .Sturgeon, I'hiineti lloiie (J.'l-J, Office 0.
TRODLES THAT DO NOT COME.
Of the hard and weary hmli
Neath which v.t bml and fall,.
The troubles that do MH come
Are the hartl ont of all.
for grief that ciiu like a knife '
There's oil of am) tut I and cure.
Mid the hand which binds the
Ilrlngs strenph and grace to en
Hut to phantoms of nala and wo
The lips of pity are dumb,
uil there's never oil or wine
For troubles that do not ooinc.
lheies Hong to tighten the toll.
And n stuR for cllmbltig th height
H it m-wr an Alpine stock
For the hills that ar out of sight.
Th.ie me L.'ter herbs enough
In the t-i iriiii ing sup of tortay,
Without the kprlg of ruo
I'roiu tomorrow unknown way.
Then take the meal that Is spread,
And go with a song on thy way,
And let not the morrow shade
The sunshine and joy of today.
Mrs. T. Y. Morgan entertains the
ladles of the I'resbyterlnn congre
gation. ladles Aid Society of the Ilroad
way liaptlst church meets with Mr,
Home Mission Society of the Ilroad
way Methodist enroll meets at the
Carter Avenue Home Mission So
ciety meets at the cnurch.
St. Philips Bpixcoi.il Clulil meets
with Mrs. J. II. Boone.
l'erndalo Review Club ineetB with
Mrs. George Criner.
Merrle Wlevs meet.
Mothers' Club of Firm Ward ineeta
at the Franklin School.
Y. M. C. A. Auxiliary meet with
MrH. Frank Utile.
Benevolent Society moots.
Lawrence Chapel Aid Society
Orlo Club meets with Mrs. Hayes.
Sweet Sixteen Club meets with
High Kchool Auxiliary moots at the
C. II. W. Club meets.
Young ladles' market nt Chlcka
saw Furniture Store.
Miss Comorou Itoonu Is In Madiil
and will give a concert at the place
Mrs. Van Cleve of Marlow In a
pleasant guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ilron Drew.
Mrs. Frank I'etlit and children have
returned from an extended visit In
San Antonio, Texas and Ada. Olila.
Ttie Mothers' Club of tho first ward
will meet at the Franklin School to
morrow ufternoou sit three o'clock. It
Is hnportant that every member at
tend, there Ih considerable bnslness
to tw transacted.
Miss Anna Sevier of Webster Falls,
Worthy Grand Matron Order of Bast
eru Star, Is In the city tho guest of
Mlsg Hostile l'almer.
Mrs. Halmos of San Antonio Is In
In the city nnil has organized n danc
ing class which Is taking quite a bit
In the social circles. On Friday even
ing ut the Iloblson hall she will give
a hop which Is looked forward to
with much pleasure by the votary ot
the tight fantastic. The class is open
to pupils and Mrs. Halmos will be
found at the llrldgtnati home.
The muslcnle given hy tho sox
tolls, a decidedly talented bunch of
ladles belonging to the Indies of
the Ieof gave Tuesday evening, a
carmtng event mus'cally and
a fashionable affair socially nt the
Klks' home on IVroadway and Wash
ington. No home or club In Ard
more has contributed more to the
musical culture and prestige of the
city than thee ladles and this ele
gant home. Bvery member of the
Sextette aro devotees and show n
tine understanding of what Is true
and beautiful In the realm of mel
ody, and, with the assistance of tho
Glee club, ot which Mlas Hanna Is
their dlrectrcHj and founder mid the
coterie of that club, have been en
abled to give some of the most ar
tistic private muslcales that have
taken place In the city. The very
disagreeable weather vteetned not to
daunt the votarys and by the time
the directress rained her baton for
the first number every seat In tho
HacloiiH hall was taken and stand
ing room was at ar, each guest
attuned to the glories of the music
that was unfolded by the artists
during the course of tho program.
Bverythlng wa In perfect harmony
tho beautiful suite abloom with
the sweetest bloHHoms of "Awaken
ing Spring" the Boft subdued lights,
well dressed assemblage and tho
In the receiving lino wero Mes
damcs Waller A. Iedbotter, Charles
Anderson, W. 1. Poland, I'otterf, C.
I'. Van Donborg and tho clubs pres
ident, Mrs. J II. Wall
Mrs. Ii Mont llyers and Miss
Mullen distributed programs and
Beautify the Complexion
IN TCN DAYS.
CREAM. tk un-
cnuorKd by Ihauiandi
and ifuiranUcJ to
p i n plei, livcr-fpoti,
tan. talluwncf. etc..
tits wont CJe l' 20 Jay, and rcitora
I he beauty of youth. Price 30 cent, anj
J 1.00, hy leading drunH or mail.
frwaml lj NATIONAL TOILET CO.. Paita, Teas.
Sold by Hoffman Drug Co., Coleman
Itros., and other druggists
aw t'.at tah gar.st was comfort '
a'd. .-a'ed There wag no tliboi.no
,itu-rni,t at decorations, simply the j
rxt,iis and iiorrclalns filled with
fresh I1UV.H.S, with dainty ferns clili
terlng over pedlstels and a few slen
der palms grouping about the pil
lars and piano, (loses and spring
blOMoms filled the antl(Uu pots In
the great reception hall. There Is no
need of extra adornment In this
home, v.ith its uxqulslto llulshliig
While the program was distinct,
ly classic though so well chosen
and admirably handled that It was
thoroughly enjoyed from tho
first number to tho finale. Mes
dames Wall and Dextor carried out
their part or the program In their
Inimitable manner and both per
formers received hearty encores.
Mrs. Gulllott, who has long been
one of tho favored singers was In
flno voice and waa compelled to re
turn, when she gave another verse
of "This Is the Moon of Hoses.' The
song Cyclo by the Sextette Mesdnmes
B. B. Gulllot, S. T. DledBoe, C. M.
Campbell, H. B. Foster, Max West
holmor and Miss Wllllo Dyer, was
quite the feature of tho evening.
Mlas Hanna has only been here a
short time and her splendid olce
and thorough knowledge of her 111 1 has
ranked her ut the top on tho very
ouuet, her encore Annlo Laurie
seemed to hold her hearers spell
bound and tho music throughout the
evening showed careful training and
the splendid Instruction tho class
M!s Dyro. a young Ingenue musi
cally and a recent neipilsltlon to this
coterie wns pleasing In her voice so
lection last evening.
Mrs. McCoy as nccompanlost as
usual was at her best and her ac
companiments gavo added charm to
The same care and nicety of dotall
that stamps all of tho Ladles of tho
Leaf entertaining wiih In evidence.
ladles of tho Ioaf Sextette.
Mesdames Campbell, Gulllot. illedaoe,
Foster, Westhelmer and Miss Dyor.
.Mrs. McCoy, Accompanist.
Miss Hanna, Dlrtress.
April Twentieth, Nineteen Bight.
I 'art 1:
1. Song (a) Love's Dream After
the Hall, (b) Spinning Song, from
"Flying Dutchman,'' Ardmore Glee
2. I'lano Duet . . . .Somlratnldo
Mesdnmes Wall and Dexter.
3. Solo ..All on a Summer's Day.
Song Cyclo . .Hawthorne and Lav-
Chorus .."The Mind on the Mold."
Chorus "Tho April Sky Sags Iviw."
Chorus .."In tho Hod April Dawn."
Solo "This Is tho Moon of llosoa"
Choni3 "All In a Garden Greoi
Sol The Downs
Chorus ..This World of Uladness.
At tho llnish tho guests t.urlot! it
while In the roioptlon sullo where
nr.rl was yervod. Miss Fl Alvis
an I Mrs in-nold Wnllace serln ..1
one bowl pic Misses .-.iii.n a til
Moore at another, all daintily gowned
In white and wero ns-lated by
Messrs Tom Iloglo and William Cas
sldy. While their more Intellectual sis
ters of St. Louis are delvliiL- into
the inystoricy of skat, Chicago so
ciety women have revived tho spel
ling bee. Some of tho Invitations
navo been sent out scratched In
tin plates. Why anyone should learn
to spell in the present unBottled con
dition of orthography passes compre
hension, but no doubt Chicago Justl
Tho boy -without a playground Is
like the man without a Job, said
Jane Addania recently In a position
dangerous to himself and others. Wo
men are greatly Interested In tho leg
Islatlon that affects -working people,
Bho says, and, having tho interests
of children and of the poor at hoart,
they know better what their needs
may bo than eu who have naturally
given less though to tho subject.
One-Fourth Pound a Week
At lenst Is whnt a young baby ought
to gain In wolght. Does yoursT If no1
thoro's something wrong with Us di
gestion. Glvo It McGoo'b llnby Elixir
and it will begin gaining at onoe.
Cures stomach and bowol troubles,
nlds digestion, stops fretfulness, good
for teething babies. Price 25o and
50c. Fur Balo by V, J, Itamsoy.
Fishing tackle nt lllvous, Corhu &
President Roosevelt Saya
B. C. DeWItt & Co.. emicago, 111.
Gentlemen In 1S97 I had a disease of
the fitoTiinli nnrt ttrtwoln tn ihn ninn
of 1902 I bought n bottle of Kodol
and tho bonoflt I rocolved all the gold
In Georgia could not buy. May you
llvo long and prosper. Toura very
truly, C. N. Cornell. Itoding, Ga Aug.
Get the Habit- The Bank Habit
It is a guarantee of good behavior. Get the habit of placing
your nionev where it will do ) 011 the most good We give
our customers every facility and accommodation to be ob
tained from any bank in this city In addition we pay three
per cent interest on deposits and your money is protected by
the Depositors' Guaranty Fund of the State of Oklahoma.
These advantages ought to encourage the Bank Habit, and
cause you to open an account at once with us.
Banking, Heal Estate,
Fresh eggs and country butter as well as the
finest fresh and cured meats. Deliveries made
Cold Storage Market
.JI5SSK .1AM ICS, Miinajfer.
"MERRY WIDOW" HATS
CAN'T MIX WITH RELIGION WO
MEN MUST CHECK HEADGEAR
ON ENTERING CHURCH.
Darlington, April 20. Sovoral local
churches have proposed n ban upon
"Merry Widow" hats In tho congre
gation during services. I'astors de
clare that men are becoming fower
at tho scrvloes as the number of big
hats Increasu and that tho '.popular
vitylo threatens to mako many male
Ushers tn some of tho more crowd
ed churches were at their wits end
to scat their Baster congregations.
I'ows which havo comfortably accom
modated six persons would hold no
more than four when tho quartette
woro largo hats.
In the prominent churches hero, It
Is proposed to requeat women who
wear their big hats to churcli to
check them nt tho cloak room during
Our Show Room
Presents a very pleasing appeal anco with its stock of
brand new plumbing goods. IJuthroom sots and mirrors
hero in rrofusion and every lady is especially invited to
cnll to see our lino of bathroom fixtures. We aro equip
ped to do your plumbing right and on short notice.
Phone us and wo will bo glad to submit you tin estimate
Phono No. !).
TINNERS. PIUMBERS AND GAS FITTERS.
We Can Please You
In Summer Hardware
Wo hnvo Scroon Doors anil Scrono Wire, nny size, any kind, any
price. Also White Mountain Refrigerators, I'ennsylvnnia I.awn
Mowers, White Mountain Ico Croam Freezers and Water Coolers.
T. K. KEARNE7
Hardware - Implements - Buggies
ARM0RE TRANSFER COMPANY
Tom Carter, Proprietor.
Meet All Trains-D ay or Night Timo.
Polite Attention Your Patronage Solicited
Selvidge Business College,
Tho largest, tho best ecpiipped, ttio most practical, tho most
progressive and tho most successful business college in Okla
homa. Occupies its own building. Business and stenographic
courses only. Students entor any week day of tho year. No
vacations. Special combination offer on scholarship and Fox
typowritor, the bet visible typewriter. Send for catalog.
G. V. SELVIDGE. A. M.. M. AccU., Pre..
AND TRUST CO.
lure Insurance and Loans.
Ilealdtou, Okla., Apr. IS. Another
week of rain and cloudy weather,
with no Ardmore mall, only two days
last week and one mall thus far this
week. So ive are at a loss to know
what Is going on In tho world.
Tho roads aro all but Impassible,
no travel at all.
Corn Is looking well, considering
the weather, but no plowing going
on and corn Is needing it badly.
Alex Hammonds from Cornish with
a nice lot of fat hogs for tho market
passed through on way to Hockls
W. M. Hodgers of Chagrls was on
our streets tho 14th.
A. Q. Itoblnson of Loco and J. I).
Collier of DIxlo wero hero the lCUi.
Mr. Burns of Snccd was here tho
Lum Barrlngcr passed through
with some cnttlo yostcrday.
Health Is fairly good.
DoWltt's Carbollzod Witch Hazol
Salve. It Is especially good for piled.
Sold by W. D. Frame.
i, 19UU. 001a uy w. 11, rTania.