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Ardmore, Friday, January 1, 1909
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Bowman Alcohol Gas Stove
V brmitlfully nickeled rm to
t.mt innkn Its own p.n, rr(!"!'"te
the mmc in the of im ly g.n Mure.
Can be cirriid iirjw.iut In trie
picnic bsnUH, ca" ."r .
n chnflntr didi it l Ijr Mipfrlor to
tlir oll-f.ll' lonnl nlrnliol burmT.
Twrn'Y-'". rfntj wiirth i Urns
turcl nlti.hol furtti li -imiKh K
to Itfrp two burner going 8 hours.
Made with finch- ntiddouble burners.
WALTER C. DEAN
10 WEST MAIN ST.
ABOUT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION.
Lee Hrd Is Matting In Gainesville
X Nelson la hero toJ from Shaw
nee. J. H. McCarty Is here today from
Dave Soely nnd sou of Kingston,
nie here today.
.1 M Horg Ih hero today from
Now ton. Kansas.
I K A. Humphrey of Guthrie, t
here on business.
Or N Adams of Kansas City, Is h
visitor hero today.
I)r J. P. Fnnn Ih In llorwyn todaj
on professional business.
W. (V riiitinner of Newton, Kan..
is a lsltor heio U..!rt
(5 V. Griswold Is a visitor hero to-
dav from Dalian Texas.
II. 11. Wagner came
night f i nin Mnunsvlllo.
K. L. Perry of Nornian
COFFEE FARM SOLD
Prof. Evans Praises the Work. The
Association Praises Prof. Evans.
Prof. L'vans any a that the meeting
of the tenrhera" association In Shaw
tiro l the greatest that haa ever heen
known In trio Fnltod States. There
were 2100 teachers enrolled, 2.S0O ac
tually In attendance. This la an in
crease tif 1.S00 over laat enr. It was
through no lucky chance. U didn't
Just happen. Careful planning on the
pnrl of the president and those who
naattod him had Ita effect. Some facta
about this meeting should le men
First. al long-winded apooehe.nnd
paper were knocked out by the sub
stitution of fifteen minute and five
minute talk. This nave un oppor
tunity for no los than ITS brlnht
teachers to ho placed on the program.
Second, the flneat talent to he pro
cured aa an attraction was In evi
dence at the meeting. $7na being the
etnt thua Incurred.
Third, the president asked Superin
tendent Cameron to fee Hint there
should hereafter he a yearly teacher?'
Institute, not to ho held during the
On I'dlu -d.H I.I i i.i ''li (Old
Chiu-t'ii.i-t Mt i-lani t."lm I M
tiioss an 1 I lllvtiv will keep
open housi' at the limne of tin
latter on D street northw.st. Ni 2I.
All ladles In their circle of nonualn
tence will ho made 'welcome. Tht
popularity and social standing of
those ladles will make theirs a pop
ular house anion those sharing In
the gaieties of Old day.
The close of the Nf Year festlvl-
I ties will he the Mks dance given to-
MRS. NIBLACK'S REPORT
FINE PROGRAM AT TEACHERS
ASSOCIATION MUCH KIND
NESS SOME EXTORTION
.Mrs Nllihu-k has retuiutd iun
th Teachers' Association it' Stia
nee, aad haa much of linen -t to
relate as to the mootlin and tin
prniaiii. Asked aa to the Ilne-t .il
drcsMoa, she sistclally ni.-nt mtn-.l tit. '
of llr. (jualye ("Toiiirt lints 1'u
Imnnd." Hitpt. Cameron, 'IteUi w n
IMncatlonal Work In ol.iah -m.i
Prof. Charles jne "unh-N
nlRht In their hull. It In always safe Ijniglu.r ' and A. C.rntit V..u- in
to predict thai they will tmas all for jMvnt of the university, on W i
mor reconls for their New Year ball.' and Values in IliRher lldtnatioii n
The young men ntnl ladles attending' latter belim a fifteen ititimt.- t.uu
wlt nuinbor among them our heat A most Intirostlim diaeii-si.ni w.i
dancers, and it Is hoped thai nutte a i that on Wednesday moruliig hi n
inumher from netirhy towns will add .Hard lo makltiR our nelmols --oii.il
their presence to the other pleasures 1 renter. This ntBtler has m-vr i
HfWCVOKFxt'hd mh mh inh slim
IVEY COFFEY DISPOSES OF A
FARM AT BROCK FOR VALU"
News reached hero today of a IiIr
real estate deal which ha been con
aitmniated at Hrock. Ivoy Coffee of
that place sold his farm to the Car j
tin is hiislncHH hero toilny
Ijoii Frame returned today from n Holidays, hut diirlnK the aoholastlc
business visit to points south.
V. I., (iieeti and wife of Over
brook are visiting here today.
C. A. Ilarkor of Sherman, Texas,
la a business visitor here today.
II. C. dray of Oklahoma City. Ih
dray of Oklahoma City,
amotiK tho huslnesa vlBltorse here to
day. .1. A. Iove. a well Uiiown citlnen
of Colbert la a visitor here to-j
year, with pay for the teachers during
this time. Teachers will always re
spond when treated Juat and lionostly.
Fourlh. the association desires to
return thnnka to the iiewspniwra all
over the state who have worked for
of the occasion. The music will !e
irood. tho hall Is n fine one fnr the
"maay and altogether, the tttks and
their friend may hope for a delight
On New Year eve Judge and Mrs
Campbell, the Ideal host and hostess,
entertained Uielr neighbor at their
elegant home on N. Washington.
reived sUfflelent attention llvi.
yet there Is hardly what - niltsht in
calh't an awakening of the Ken. -i at
public to the power and Inilueiici- ot
the school In the country district
considered as a center of the publlr
life In the surroiimlltiK section.
The most notewoithy, aa the most
farroHchttig In Its Influence of tin
discussions, was that on I lie equaliza
tion of taxation, it may show what
that meant to tho state and that the
cause of edtientlou, when It Is staled
Starting the New Year
With the commencement f tho now ear the -'tumlon-oic r-r.cw
leaf'n-auason" is ollleialh mautiraled. The mistakes of WW will
be avoided durlti,: I'.tOtl -anil in many ways tho careful onwi will re
solo, moro than eir before, to nut the best and 'be most for their
Wo nro In position, now as always, to help shoe wearers st.n
the new year right. We don't armie that the lowest priced nhoo is
fie most economical to buy lieeaiise II isn't Hut our prleoH, how
ever, are as low. ualit eomiHred as anybody's.
Wi sell -be "I nl-'ram " slum for women, mid the 'StaiV
-l mis' f.-r inon, and w' i .in pre iba: hot It shoes are leaders
LYNN, the Shoe Man
roll brothers for S.0fl() In cash. The of Graham,
farm Is one of tho finest In this hero todny.
Five Hundred wns played till Jtlsl Ite-
ttw success of the mooUng. who have! fore twelve when the dining room
irlvoM notices ami advnrtlslnr free. ! loors were opened, revealing a Hinip-
and especially thanks tho papers that tunii supper. Thus, while the old year that, at present, dlstrleta which go
Mook ixtrt In tho meetings, and rc- was dying, and tne new year wa mi ..... ....... ... ....p.-.i ....... ...........
I r.nrto.1 ti.om mrrertw making Its apmnwnee. the giteMH si.poit a school for two months
Carter count v and Ardmore were 'were partaking of a feast worthy of while others can have a s hool for
S. Sparks, a prominent cltlxett handsomely represented In the aasool-1 t-ucnlhis. After nipper Mr. IMwar.ls. moro than six monlhs with only n
Is a btiainesa visitor
county. Mr. Coffee will go to the
west to live a few years on account
of tho 111 health of his wife. Mr. Cof
fee still haa 10 acres of Carter coun
ty lnnd and will come back to the
county whon tho health of his family
A SOCIAL CENTER.
Enjoyments at the Y. M. C. A. Hall
In previous arliulea In tho Ardmore
ito relating to tho Y. M. C. A. work,
mention has been mnile of the hall as
a social center; hut really this In ono
of its most Influential uses. The
Karnes, athletics and otherwise, the
little gathcrlnga, when the members
Invito their friends for a pleasant
hour, the entontaliiiiientf drnm.-Ulc.
or musical, nil those mako tho Y. M.
C. A. building a focus to draw those,
who would perhaps, not bo attracted
by Its graver purposes, but onco bo
lug led within the Influence radiating
from tho work, are never lost to It
again. It was such methods ot at
tracting men of which St. Paul tolls
us he speaks of being 'all things to
all men.' That sentence has boon
widely perverted, construed III a
ory different sense from what tho
great apostle to tho Gentiles Intended,
but hew-li n Woiilil oat no meat while
world slamhth If thereby ho should ,ooUI,,K !,ftPr ltKnI
cause his brother to offend, meant J'- ll- Marston is in Dougherty
inoiely tho uso of every talent, overy oday making preparations to extend
Innocent inducement, to draw men to, tllf- railroad track further out to
Christ, and keep them clnso to him.
V. A. Nlblnck lelt loday for a bus
los visit to Davis ami other points
George llrlscoo. a well kotvwn clt
lzon ot Gainesville, Is a visitor
.1. K. Harnett Is hero today from
Oklahoma City looking after business
Homer Adams returned today from
Gainesville where he went to at
tend tho New Yenr's ball.
'Mrs. It. M. Fasloy of I,adonla. Tex
as, Is in tho city the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. ICd Hyrd.
Miss Sue Frame returned this
morning from Mtullll. where she
has been visiting friends.
Grnnvlllo Hodge and Chas. Adams
spent yesterday In tho Woodford
community In search of ipiull.
G. A. Drain and little son returned
this morning from points In Texas,
whero they spent tho holkmys.
Sam Dauho Is hero from Howie
Texas, visiting with his family and
looking after lniRlness affairs,
Mrs. Ilonner, who has been here
1 spending tho holidays with her son
, Frank Homier, returned to her homo
1 at Guthrie today.
.!. H. Champion relumed front Ma
rietta today whero he has been
atlon. Prof Hvnns himself being the! Mrs. Campbell and Miss Campbell limit of two mills. KipiallKatloti of
president. Mrs. Nlhktck holding a ! entortanod with songs and tnstrnmen- taxation la now tho crying ii. ! in
J. E. BUJRGESS & SON
Contractors and Builders
Vc are familiar with all kinds of construction and arc
wdl qualified to moot your nacds in the building line
No work too lare or too small for us. It will pay
you to see us before building. Our ollice is over Post
oflice. Phone No. 828 Ardmore, Okla.
responsible position and no less than1
twenty teachers from the city schools
and more than that numlier from the
country districts being In attendance
I No citizen of tho twn r county need
feel any nualm altout the representa
tives that went to Shawnee.
They returned with honors. Among
those specially noticed were Prof.
Canterbury and Miss Annie Matthews
and Prof. Hagwell. of Springer. The
meeting paid a high tribute to the
progress" of Ardmore and Carter coun
ty schools under Prof. Evans and Mrs.
Nlblnck. That the trlhuto was. only
just cannot bo disputed.
PICK-UPS HERE AND THERE.
tal muslff.' 'ho stale, and 11 la hoied t hut such
The guests were: salutary legislation on this subject
Mr. and Mrs. W. A Fdwards. Mr. will In- agitated ami acted iihhi dur
and Mrs. Iester. Mr. and Mr. Tom lug the present session of the logls-i
Gt-nham of Ditrant. Mr. and Mrs. Hal latino, and. In a large measure, a a
lluchannn. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Walker, reaull nf the discussion at the As
Mr. nnd Mrs. .T. IT. Moore, Mr. and soelatlon.
Mrs. Sidney Suggs, Mesdanies Von Mrs Nlblnck wns one of the speak
Keller, and Simpson: Major Trask, or In the discussion held as to the
Mr. Hlake Campbell. Misses Mnrgarot .Improvement of school grounds. While
Gurthriilpe. Vera Olive, Heatrlce Von It Is alwnys hard to get her lo say
Keller. Virginia Hlnke. Florence Fnr- much of her own achievements, how
man of Ada, Ray Campbell. over alio may glorify others, she
j mentioned one remark that deserves
The Young Uldles' Home Mission ' " """" posterity, i nai was:
Society of the Hroadway Methodist "U ""'' seem as though the federal
church will give a New Year soolnl government would do belter to lei the
at the homo of Miss Ilea Wolver- "vl"K achool boy have ten neres of
ton tonight to which all their frleiris ground and limit him to two and one
citizens who did nil in their xwor'ple wcr most sincere. Among tut
Tho First Statae If.mk has through
lis attorneys, Potter and Poller, filed
a suit against T. .1. Jordan, to collect
a note of $1170. Tho note Is secured
by a chattel mortgage of even date.
Paul was no ascetic, and It may
his sand beds there.
Georgo Pascal, Will Pascal.
well be Judged that for every convert Nrowii. A. W. Gaines, J. S. Jackson,
made hv anv ascetic, a dozen havo'-J- Henderson anil T. J. Carson.
been gsi'nod by humble, earnest, iin-!a11 t "orwyn, nro Ardmoro vllstorsH
... .... . . . I In.ln,.
selfish men wno mi a man's. worK in i
tho world atandeth-lf thereby ho should 'th0 ,. f(,r whlch ,lt, yoarnS( 1)lt
another, we must exporlenco that need .. ,,... fnri,i,i i,im
to purchase. Theso will ho glad to
intellectual pieasuro is aiao 10 uo ,., ,,,, .,, ..,
. -x vi uiiv t ttiitti, i tt triv unit lki uiud
gained In the Y. M. C. A. room. In ot frctih ,UralurC( )n whch vm bo
tlio uso ot tne magazines aim omor
books supplied to those who uso the
reading room, Many a young fellow
lltids It ii's hardest temptation to buy
llr ?t LuiirIi .- rup. 1 jute lkj.
Ums In time. StiM liv dniR-nts.
no pago that could sully a man's
mind, but many that will charm nnd
All the county officers nnd their
clerks except those employed at the
jail, are enjoying a holiday today. The
sheriff's force nro taking a holiday
but are stirring around town so that
If anything In their lino comes up
they will be ready to do their work
to carry out theo liberal plans.
That their efforts were frustrated by
tho extortion of unworthy jiergons
is not their fault, but it certainly Is
tho misfortune of their town. The
experience of the benchers slioul 1 ho
an object lesson to other towns,
warning them thiit they can only
succeed when all classes pull togeth
er for good. A liberal policy I ol
value when the spirit of liberality
pervades all who are connected with
the work or scheme to be carried
gnosis were the groom's cousins, Mr
and Mr. Fred Pettibone. After an a1
sunci! of u few da. Mr. and M.
Richardson will be at homo at ll.' ,
Avenue 11.. Galveston, Texas.
A Religious Author's Statement.
For several years I was afflicted
with kidney trouble and last winter I
was suddenly strlcken wltjj a severe
pain In my kldnoys and was confined
. to bed eight days unable to get up
O. ...lit . I 1 w ,..
Attention Red Men.
ICvery member of Washita Tr" i'
No. :t:i Improved Older of Hed Mt ,
Is reipieatt! to be at Ketl Mt t. S
Wigwam Sunday afternoon at - U0
o'clock. This call Is urgent. 11
order of SACHI-:.:
A. W. Sullivan nnd wifo of Dallas,
Texas, are visiting Mrs. Sulllvur. h
parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Young
n ix :: :: t: ::
STOP AND LISTEN.
.,r.. i,n-li..l aner no is uea-i man io nave
, j- j things the other may round." This
The National Congress or Mothm- ,rt a wmowlmt sarcastic comment
... (tin,, i tin. fnnt tli.it ..... nrtf.tci .,f
mncnZltlC rt III t ie ATI nOrOttO OlIICO. ' " .u-IMtnnt nuulatnnnn M- tiring n
and there Is much rood for thought Ita K'id can always be secured from ,n,f.,i a ti,,. w,'tl, sediment nnd I
Its pages U the end Is a list or 'ho ""' federal government (or a come passed same frequently day and night.
'Alius and' purposes of the National "TV. "hllo only two and ..""Vv'nnVl'S !n ITr ISMnllnV
Congress of Mothers. While this U loo s are allowt.l for a school re, , JJJ j"
?ong to he enumerated as a whole. It 'rvnt!m. it appears though. If the hoenme normal I cheerfully recoin-
mnv bo well to mention a rev; or ''(" lirooitoii Is to stand r..r mend lViley's Kblney Remedy. For1 2; kind you want and will do
these objects. To raise the standarl O'" ',''i,l"'T. U would bo belter to salt, by all druggists. .1 i w-iJ5 y(m W(Jfk chea)
Uvorybody who wants shade
trees just 'phono mo nnd I
will get you nico trees or any
At ! n. in. osteiilny MIsk lCutl ira 11
Meek ami Mr. I'. T. itlelmr.laoi, were ;t ? ; " ; : : : t: :t
married at the honit or the brltle it. i -
Passengers who came In today on
the Htck Island train reported that
a hoy had been kicked by n mule and
seriously Injured, out In tho northeast
part of the city. Officers Hanks King
and Jim Huston left at once for the
place whero tho accident wfis re
ported to havo happened. They could
find no on near who had heard any
thing of the accident, and It Is sup
posed that the lad w not seriously
Injured and had gotten up and wont
on his way.
of home life; to develop wiser, 'jofe- , ivo ni least tweniy-nvo for tne
trained womanhood.; to bring Into c1iimi1Iioiio.
closer relation tho homo ntt.l tho 'Pr(' w" oot, so says Mrs.
school. To carry the mother lov ir.d NnlHek. a single dull or poor num-
.i ..... ..ii ii. her on the nrnaram. The neechos.
.....w.er U.....K..I .... ...... . ' . .. . .. Hilt. eltv. Ilev 11. II Smith i.erfnri.i'nir
ohlldren In home, school. e'-,n-h or "''"ties, t.tscu.s.ons an were "'',.,, ,.. '
loLMslntlon- to interest men and wo- "1 sbared by teachers on lire with ', moiiy . I Ho house was tie. or..'
lOMninilOU , IO lllll r..at Il.l.l ...... ... ,1 ' irU lima ttmi.nu ., ,,1 1,JI..
,,, i .ii,. work for truer mirrr- enlhiislaHin In their work, nnd such' -
men l the work for trtur. pure) ,,llllllrlh, 111in sent by frlentlH from Texas. Although
homes; It) reduce tho whole conimun-,"" audience would hao Inspired men, '
nil women much Inferior lo these " "-
bll.ty ,o Its blainoleas. oml-. and. on 11., program. U .was greatly . , , Z h ZiZL ' , .
. i nit r ni'i'ni 1 1 1 1 t itni n ii .r rfir rnnin inn. i "
nepiecieu iniuren. "
'The work of the congress In civic dored the public from any part In
work In ita broadest and highest
W S. RICH
Phono 821 white
Ktirle Haker of Cleveland. Ohlo(
who has been hero for tho piifct few
day prospecting "with tho view of
locating hero and opening a first
class barber shop, left on the noon
WE CAN DO YOUR GAS FITTING
Don't wait until It gets cold again. I ,niu )o visit Slinwnoo
Phone 60. Ardmore Supply Co.im.nt8 In Oklahoma heforo locating
I Mr Haker has been over most of
Oklahoma and says that Ardtnort
, look- bi tter to hlm thnmlloletn. .fb
' looks lu'tter to him than any place
Subscribe for tno Ardmorcltu.
A Checking Account
Is not only a great' convenience in
paying bills and in buying, but helps
to keep your accounts straight; and is
AN IDEAL RECEIPT
he has seen for his business
will return hero In a few das.
I Subscribe for The Ardmorelte,
We shall be glad to talk with you
on the subject. '. . '. .
The Bankers National Bank
To my frlendH and customers,
after Jnnuary 1st, 100U, all of
our" work will bu strictly cash,
wo appreciate your past pat
ronnRO and hopo you will still
jjlvo us your business nnd to
those who hnvo never patron
ized uii wo ask you for a share
of your buslniiss.
Steve Kowles, Mgr.
Tho above will show something ol
what tho Congress of Mothers' Is try
ing to do. Ita purposes are such as
appeal to tho heart of every mother
of children, of overy citizen who Is
Interctsed In the future of tho country.
Mrs. W. H. Johnson, of Hartlesvlllo
Is ono of the board of managers. Mrs.
Pnul D. Vann, whoso addioss Is 1011,
17th stroot, Chlckasha, Is n loador in
the work and will bo glad to corros
pond with the Mothers clulm, nowspa
per men or privato individual in
tcroatod In this great movement.
T. Coffeo and W. S. Coffeo of
McKlnney woro In the city today
Theso gentlemen nro visiting with
their brother. M. W. Correo near Lone
Grove. W. S. CoKeo wns ror soveral
terms sheriff of Collin county and Is
hero In iart looking for a location for
a young man kinsman of him. who
wants to engage In buslnoss.
U you will take Foley's Orlno Lax
atlvo until tho bowels become regular
you will not have to take purgatives
constantly, as Foley's Orlno Laxative
positively cures chronic constipatiop
and sluggish liver. Pleasant to take
For sale by all druggists. d fc w
the enjoyment of the exercises. Kv-
ery, wortl or advice or Instruction
crowded by teachers, hungry ror ev-'
ery word of ailvlco o rlnstructioa I
that could bo of use to then! in the
task they are doing. It Is n great ,
mil wonderful thing, this bringing j
ii new state to tne nignesi lev.-isi
In elueatlon, fettlng It lu the fon-l
front of the battle for Instruction!
or every child of school age, tlilsj
making of the cltl.cn. and those
leading the work are not Muck
Shawnee I a line town, and ha-'
many noble people, who li. all In
their JMIWer to help the ..eln is and
make their slay pleasant, .ii- m
keep expense at a reasonalil'' I 'l
Tor those whose salary ! -'nail I'
is a sad pity that their effoi's tun
so Ivally supported by en tain cIm
zeiiR who brought discredit upon their
town and made it mixiiil.ir with
such an Intlucntlnl bodv ns com
posed tho association, by charging. In
somo cases, doublo what was the ad
vertlsed rates for rooms, ami then
forcing ladles to sleep tlir. In a
bi'J. A more short-sighted policy
can hardly bo Imagined. It had
been expected that the meeting of
Hie association would bo a line ad
vertisemcnt for Shawnee ami. a-i be
for.' staled, there were many of hti
Dr. C. Sterling Cooley
Hx-Sccretary Colorado Chiropractic
Institute Association. Rooms 7-'J
Slm8-Pennlngton Dldg. Phono 403
Day or Night.
Over China Palace nnd Vnd"r
Store Connultatlon and Kxaml
nation Fro-. Lady Attendant.
Russell's , Studio
fnc's cannot be suppressed.
nro tho best.
Whero thero's beauty,
Russell takes It;
Where thero Is none,
llu-.sr-H makes It.
Hurry whllo they aro cheap.
A Piece of Jewelry as a Gift
Is at onco a beautiful and practical gift Wo have a complete stock
of Jewelry, ami our prices nro right Nice watches, bracelets, ilia
monds, and miuiv other thli i;s that would make a n co Christmas
present. There Is only one tiny It ft to buy the prcet nts. see us before
3 on buy.
TARVER & DORRAH
At Ardmore Pharmacy,
DO YOU KNOW
This is the best time in the world
to make money? Try it by calling
at the Auction Store, next door to
Whittington hotel :: :: ::
If you want goods on the installment
plan come to my headquarters on
Caddo stteet, where everything is
kept to equip you in housekeeping
From the kitchen to the parlor.
u F H lm- L
P. S.- 1 his is a ,Kiuip Ii r furntti re dealers.