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Ardmore, Wednesday, Aug. 11, 1909
' j-jr , Y MARY CWYN WHITEMAN
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tin' (km, n in n it of
b iw Kir.K Mainline.
Ordinary i In 10
d.iv , if)" wirl In 20
drr. Tr.v-s l!if fVin drnr, t-.ll, hnllhy nml
txtttltil. No kmII0 linrtu en.) remit from It
llr. I'tidnrwii V lliniimnil if (tulilill In. I If.
Wc cml Ii. I y luadlii,; ilruggUU or mall.
N4TI0NM. 101LCT CdMPAMY. Pufl, Turn,
THIRD ANNUAL MEETING STATE
EPWORTH LEAGUE ATTRACTS
CROWDS TO SULPHUR.
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Thursday evening. N'atatorl
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As .vim did not liii'iitliiii
your linlr. 1 am ut n
how often j cm
the color of
loss to ndvlse you
If your hair's all your own, dour May.
Anil you I'lijoy shampoos,
You may Indulge yourself that -way
As often as you choose.
Hut hair that'H reddish on tho top,
With rM)tK of grayish pink,
You have to have unshod In tho
(With walnut Juice, I think).
The auburn, with a coppery hint.
May be washed spring and fall;
Hut that bright pumpkin-yellow tLat
Should not be washed at all!
Carolyn Wells, in Harper's Weekly.
SIIsb Cicraldlno Coleman Is enter
taining a very Jolly house party this
week anil several outings have, been
planned for the little girls to the
Hub lakes anil natatorliim.
(iernhlliie'H guests aro Miss Flor
ence Tiirnian of Muskogee and hor
cousin, Miss Kreeda Graham of Co
Or .lolly Frogs
Intent upon a lark,
Oct iiii at six.
And quickly fix
To reach Ixiroua park .
In morning cool, '
A plunge In pool,
Its limpid waters clear,
To keep 'cm rrosh and dear.
In bathing rig.
They dance a Jig,
And In they hop "korehug!"
l-Voni sprliiRboard high
While others, shy,
Tho ladders safely bus.
O. morning cool!
Who'd stay In dull old house?
They're in the swim,
lu'h one of them,
When someone bawled, "A
O. .who can tell 1
The wild pell-mell
The rapid transit .lino?
The msh and Jam
All exits cram,
To leave the pool dlvlno?
A small bo- roared,
As out they poured,
And left the place to blm:
He ceased his noise,
And called, 'Now, loys,
It's tlmo for us to swim."
New Books at Library.
Annus the now liooks received at
the library this week Is one by
.linnet lnne Allen, "The Itrlde of
the Mistletoe." which Is, he tells us,
a cycle of stories on American life.
Marriage a la Mode Mr. Hum-,
The White Sltor V. Marlon Craw
ford. The Hutler's Story MeGrnth.
The drey Cloak .John Heed Scott.
The .Woman In (juration S. Weir
The Hed City (a sequel to Hush,
, Wynne) (Jeo. Hnrr McCutcheon.
The Man from llradney's Mary
The Man In lxwer Ten.
I The Inner Shrine a volume over
which there has boon much specula
tion as to the authorship.
The above volumes are in the
I rent list.
i Meets Tomorrow Afternoon.
The Thursday Kvenlng Natatorliim
Club will catch tho flvo thirty oar
to Iorcua Park tomorrow afternoon
, Thoso who have attended former
j meetlnps are Invited to Join the
Dr'dfje with Mrs. Morgan.
Mrs. T. Y. Morgan delightfully en
tertained threo tibles of bridge on
After n few (Mines a delirious
dinner was served Mesdumea C. ().
Charles Anderson, II. II.
John Dexter. W. I'. Poland.
Hymo, Ilert Foster, W. D.
T. X. Coleman. Woods, Mor-
vf Mlsws Italy, Stella and Julia
Carter, Annie Tiirinaii. Master Hen
Carter and Miss (luy of Sulphur.
Mm. Mike Oorinan
Oormun spent a few
phur the past week.
Mrs. Joe 1. William. Miss Natalie
Wllllama and Joe Frank Williams
left yraterdRy fur Colorado lor a
month's visit. f J.j&ljlH
Ml Kniellne l.owden
morrow for Fort Worth
Judxe and Mrs. A. II. Huston en
tertained last evening in honor of
their guest. Mrs. Mary lllghlower.
of Ardmore. Old-fnalitmiod giimes
were played, after which tne guest
were served with luncheon. The
evening ended with the singing of
old-fashloncd songs. Mr. and Mis.
Huston proved themselves admirable
hosts. Oklahoma State Capital.
Mrs. It. F. Turner Is receiving thl'
afternoon from ."i until o'clock to '
meet her guest, Mrs. Iteukhain of
11. Norrls and son and
Kddlemnu of Fort Worth
Mrs. J. M. Ikilrd at Oak-
Sulphur. Okla., Aug. t !rrrect
He of ri liglou unltlations Sulphur's j
i Itlr.i llshlp piimrwl to receive th
several hundred delegates and vla-
Iters that will nttnud the third an-
mini encampiiient of tin- KtMte Kp
, worth league of the M. K. rhureh,
. mmth. the first iwsston of which is
to be held at tho opera house this1
evening at S o'clock. Then- are JC'
accredited delegatus to this encamp
ment and It I expected that the nuiii
lier present will bn swelled to 70(1 or
Mil) by the fraternal delcgaten from
the Oklahoma coiiferen ,. ami the
Mayor C. H. I'lnnnii'l will deliver
the welcome address and ri'Sxn.oh
will he insde by Ml.is lllakle Jones
of Ardmoie. first vice preldent of
the encampment, on lielislf of the
l.enauers. and tho Hev. IMllmoit
Kendall of Konou.i, on l- half i f the
Oklahoma conference. Pollowlitv 'dese
will b- a musical piogrnm and in
luformnl reception to the visiters.
The encampment will continue un
til August IS. Th'irjday inomrn-r an
address will be dellveied by i)r.
jOenltte, the great theologian ol
southern Methodism, and Bishop K.
10. Hims will pie.ich next Sunday
morning. Suuday evening, Dr. II. M.
Dilllose, editor of the Kpwortll F".l
aul president, of tlie general Kp
wot tli League coufereiice. vv ill prencil.
Sulphur dJIlllted twcuiy acres u
flooi's by wiping them,
once or twice a month,
wun a ciom dipped m
A better way is to use
Ivory Soap and luke
warm water. Apply with
a soft cloth. Use very
little water. Wipe dry
with another soft cloth.
Hy following this method
you clean your floors as
well as brighten them.
99y,oo Per Cent. Pure
Cinin'y ('oinniisMloiii rH in regular -is-slon
Villi it appearing to the said ltoiird
of County Comiuissloneis thai said
election was duly and regularly nil
ed. advertised and conducted ai by
law required, and that (.here were
22 votes east In f.ivor of anld In
corporation and 11 votes east against
said iiicoriNirntlon, and that the
name adopted at said election for
said town was IlevvUl Oklahoma.
It Is therefore ordered by snto
Hoard of County Commissioners that
all the laud embraced ill the town
of Hewitt as shown by the official
map or plat thereof, be and the saint
Is hereby incorporated as an lucoi'
porated town, under tho name of
Hewitt, Oklahoma, possossed by all
laud to the Upwoith League and it isjthe authority conferred by law.
expi-oiiil that next year a $in,(100i ordered that J. 14. Wilson Is here
gnu. Miss Coinegys of Ualnesvllle.
Mm. tiriward Currle of Clinton.
m visiting her ilmiphter. Mrs. Cunter.
Mrs. Hunter has a iille of rooms
with Mrs. .M es on west Main
auditorium will bo erected.
The local league has arranged to
meet dclcgntCH In nutnmohlles. A
hmIuI train trom Oklahoma City
will airlve In the afterniHin.
With Mrs. Gunter.
A very delightful hospitality of
the past week was tho entertainment
given on Monday evening by Mrs.
Hunter to Introduce her mothor, Mrs.
F.duard Currle of Clinton, Louisiana,
who will visit her several weeks.
Mrs. Ciiinter Introduced a series of
progressive queries for tho enter-
i tnlument of her guests, when a tiuiu-
hor of questions were asked on va
. rlous subjects.
At the conclusion of tho evening
prizes were awarded for those wno
'were the best guessers.
I The ladles' prize, a beautiful hand-
painted plate, was won by Miss
! Moore of Muskogee, .who Is visiting
I Miss Hoper.
The gentleman's prize, a silver key
ring, was given Mr. lxnoy Moses.
I The booby prize, a green horn, was
' awarded Mr. Van Clove.
Delicious refreshments were served
to a number of guests. '
Here and There.
Misses Mamie Nibbett. Ll.zlo
Dove, Pearl Jones and KUa Davis
left today for Sulphur to attend the
Kncainpment of Kpworth League
w bleb begins there today.
Miss (leraldlne Coleman has in
turned from Muskogee vvher- no has
been the guest of Miss Floivnoo Fur
man lor several weeks.
The high school has been improved
this week with a cement floo" oi
r.... ........ a. .1 .1... 1
uni in inn-" e-i'i. iii i'iji tiiiiiiiui iiiu
base of the building to eateh tho PROCEEDINGS
guttMlrli and a cement. walk
around the grounds on the east side.
The Crime of Idleness.
Idleness menu trouble for any one.
It's the same with a l.ry liver. It
causes constipation, headache, Jhiiii
dice, sallow complexion, pimple and
blotches, lom of nppetlle, uatlKcn,
hut Dr. King's New Life Pills soon
banish liver trouble ami build lip
your health. 2."e at Ardmore Pharmacy.
BOARD OF COUNTY COM-MISSIONERS.
by Appolnti-d Constable for U ii.-on
Township to succeed J). It. (ok. ib
Ordered that this Hoard .land
adjourned until tomorrow muMiIng
Aug. I. I '.'!. at U o'clock
Witness our hand and soil tln.
the :trd day or August, I'.ki.i.
HOHT. F. SCIVALLY
Chiilnuan Hoard County Coiuinl'-
Attest: Win. II. FUA.MI-:.
Hy H. W. Dl'KF, Deputy.
; Plant For Sale
5,000 HORSE POWER
HERE IS THE BIGGEST BARGAIN OFFERED ANY
WHERE IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TODAY.
EIGHTY ACRES OF LAND, PERFECT TITLE, TWO
STORY GIN AND MILL HOUSE, DWELLING HOUSE,
STORE HOUSE, BLACKSMITH SHOP, ANP OTHER OUT
BUILDINGS, GARDEN AND TRUCK PATCHES, AND GOOD
HOG AND CATTLE PASTURE. THREE 70-SAW MUNCER
GINS COMPLETE, ONE REVOLVING PRESS, ONE CORN
MILL, WAGON SCALES IN FACT, EVERYTHING COM
PLETE AND READY FOR BUSINESS. EVERLASTING
WATER RUNS THROU OH THE EIGHTY ACRES OF LAND
5,000 HOr.SEPOWER CAN BE DEVELOPED. THE PLANT
NOW HAS INSTALLED 250-HORSEPOWEH, LATEST IM
PROVED, TURBINE WHEEL THERE IS SUFFICIENT
POWER TO RUN A SAWMILL AND TO FURNISH POWER
TO THE FIVE RAILROAD TOWNS THAT ARE WITHIN
A RADIUS OF FIFTEEN MILES OF THE PLANT. IF
INTERESTED COME TO SEE ME, AND I'LL SHOW YOU
Ardmore, - Okla.
Judge and Mrs. C. M. Campbell
will leave this week's end for Colo-j
rndo for several weeks' visit. Mlssj
Hay Campbell will return the lattei :
part of the week from Paris to Join
them on this outing. 1
Washington's Plague Spots
He In the low, marshy bottoms of the
Potomac, the breeding ground of ma
laria germs. These germs cause
chills, fever and ague, biliousness.
Jaundice, lassitude, weakness and gen
eral debility and bring suffering or
death to thousands yearly. Hut Klee
trlr Hitters never fall to destroy them
anil cure malaria troubles. "They
are the best all-round tonic and cure
for malaria 1 ever used " writes It.
M. James, of 1oiieiien, S. C. They
cure Stomach. Liver. Kidney and
lllood Troubles and will prevent Ty
phoid. Try I hem, &nc. Guaranteed
by Ardmore Pharmney.
I Published August 11, P.Ki!))
Stale or Oklahoma, Carter County,
The Hoard of County Commission
eis of Carter County, Oklahoma, met
on Monday, August 2, ItiO'.i, all mem
bers of the Hoard present, and
transacted the following business:
Allowed the regular monthly
; Statu of Oklahoma, Carter County,1
The Hoard of County Commlsslon
i oin of Carter County, Oklahoma, met
on August I, PMi'.i, at '.) o'clock, as
above adjourned, Hobt. F. Sclvallyi
and A. W. Speake being present, and
trausaivted the following business:
He it ordered by the Hoard of
County Commissioners that the order '
heretofore made by this Hoard fix
ing the salaries of two field deputv
claims and Issued warrants
following funds: Court,
Itoad and Ilrl.lgc. $l,:iG9.07:
on the , hIii rlifs at $ loo. no per mouth, be and
$279 44; the same i hereby revoked, callC"ci'
Supply, i and annulled.
The Maccabeea mot this afternoon
at four o'clock at their lodge rooms.
THREATS Of RACE WW
The Hlble Study
afternoon with Mrs.
class met this
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heeder chap
i eroned a pleasant party to the pie
I ture shows last evening, composed
EDITOR ARRESTED CHARGED
WITH WRITING MATTER CAL
CULATED TO INCITE CRIME.
is considered a breakfast food
by many persons. It's the best
and most economical food you
can cat at any meal. As a noon
day lunch it is the best food
Packed in tins it keeps fresh
and sweet even in very hot
climates. Guaranteed to keep
Quaker Oats family size package contains
the finest china. Ask your dealer about it.
Je Quaker Qs Qmpany
Mc.Mester. Okla.. Aug. 10. A. A.
Harder, editor of the Hed Oak t;er-
aid. was before United States Com
missioner Krnest Tumor here today I
and was held on a $11(10 bond to'
await the action of the federal grand1
Jury to answer to a charge of lo-1
latlug the postal law by sending
through the mall an article "calcu
lated to Incite arson, murder or as
sassination." No negroes aro allowed to reside
In 1 ted Oak. Some from Wllburtou
tried to establish a habitat there.
Harder referred to this In his paper.
Ills article was headed:
"Mr. Nigger. Do Not Stop in Tied
Oak." and, referring to a former at
tempt of negroes to locate there,
said: "They came very near getting
Into serious trouble with a rope and
some of tho friendly trees in this
neck of the woods." The threat was
contained In tho following words:
"Let this be a warning to all nig
gors not to try to mix tholr unde
sirable mugs with Hed Oak's peo
ple." A postolTlct) Inspector inailo the ar
rest and there Is groat excitement
In all of Leflore county.
There aro many negroes In that
section and serious trouble may fol
low If Haider's friends try to retali
ate, as they threaten.
$217.70; Salary. $l,7lo.i:S; Poor
Ins inc. $l!i;!.LT.; Coutlnciii .
IHi.O.I; Separate Si hoot, $17". Li.
Ordered that the Surveyor go with,
the Township Trustee over tb. road !
leading from Ardmoro to Lebanon
and make an cstimulo of cost of.
two bridges and make plans, etc.
Ordered that (ico. Hrock, K. M.'
Casuii and II. D. Hauklus be ap
piloted as board of appraisers to
view load on Jno. Massey farm, one
mile east of Herwyn.
ICrroneous assessment affidavit,
weie taken up and thoso that bad
proof that there was an error made
by the assessor were allowed.
Ordered that this Hoard stands
adjourned until Tuesday morning,
August IS, V.toa, at U o'clock.
Witness our hand and seal this
the 2ml day or August, 1!0.
HOHT. F. SCIVALLY.
Chairman Hoard County Commis
sioners. Attest: Win. H. FRAMF.,
1 Hy H. W. DIJKI-t, Deputy.
It Is further ordered by the Hoard
of County Commissioners that the
Sheriff shall be allowed 0!o office
deputy and two field deputies, and ',
that said Sheriff shall within tenj
days from this date nie in writing
wllhthls Hoard tho names of said
that tills Hoard stands
until Friday, August 20.
This is the greatest health giving
water. Should he drank as water,
not as medicine. It is kept in its
purity hy our general agent
this the Ith
of August, 1!M)'.I.
HOHT. F. SCIVALLY.
Chairman Hoard County Commis
sioners. Attest: Win. H. FKAMK.
Hy H. W. DI'Ki:, Deputy.
Uia Ardmorott Want Ads aod a-
your business grow.
State of Oklahoma, Carter County.
The Hoard of County Commission
ers of Carter County, Oklahoma, met
on Tuesday, August 3rd, 1009, at
P o'clock, a. in., as above adjourned,
i 'ill members of tlie Hoard being
present and transacted tho following
In re, Incorporation of tho town
of Hewitt, Oklahoma. On this the
' ;:rd day of August, 1009, tho returns
I of an election hold by tho people ofi
; tho town of Hewitt, Oklahoma, on
tho 3Ut day of July, 1909, were reg
ularly presented to tho Hoard of I
Hnnrlorino Jvork9 wonders..
Lciiiuuriiiu It pro,iUL.es halr
, just as surely as rain and sunahlno
, raises crops. It produces a thick
growth of luxuriant hair when all
other remedies fail. Wo guarantee
. Danderlne. All druggists sell It 2fio,
I fiOo nml II nor bottle. To provo its
worth send this ad with 10c in stamps
or silver and wo will mail vou a large I
frea sample KNOWIiON DAN-1
, DEKINK CO., Chicago, 111. I
cane juice crushed
out and clarified.
nothing taken away.
We call It
You'll call It
the best syrup you
ever lasted I
There's really nothlnfl
like It In
for SuU by nil Cwottt
Penick & Ford. Ltd.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Sequoyah Hotel and
K. 1). MKYKKS, I'rop.
Having lfiO rooms, .SO with bath, sample rooms, modern, rntoa $2.00
to 13.00. Also fully equipped ladles' anil guntlunion's bath depart
ments In charge of n competent physician. Claremoro Is tho homo
of tho famous UADIUM Water, known for H'h wonderful eurtalvo
powerH, is on the l'risco anil Iron Mountain rallrondn.
V. J Mol'AKLAND, Proprietor.
European Plan. 75 modern
rooms 75c and $1, Large
sample room. A popular
priced restaurant in con
nection. fish dinners a
At the GRAND AVENUE HOTEL
If you happen to be in Oklahoma City over
night. Good Cafe in connection.