The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 302, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 24, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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The Ardmoreite is the Only Newspaper in Southern Oklahoma Receiving the Associated Press News Service
ARDMORE OKLAHOMA SUNDAY MORNING SKPTKMIIKR 24 11M1
We Are Busy
COATS & SUITS
WOULD-BE CAPTOR ARE 01 STRIKE:
A most superb showing
of new Suits is here Ve
are showing some very-
classy Serges Manish
Mixtures Scotch Tweeds
and Diagonals in side ef-
fects Norfolk's & straight
fronts in plain tailored
and girlish models.
Ik! n m
Hp m i
New Coats' for -
There was never such a variety in
Coats as now." Left side closings
and collars to protect the throat on
One of the new and novel collars
used has a jaunty and useful scarf
Another new collar is the perfection
of simplicity comfort and smartness
is called the Glengarv. Others in
belt and plaited back for junior miss-
es. Your choice and price is
here $io oo to . $3500
Have vou seen the new "Corduroy"
Skirt for little women with large
side buttons in navy brown and
black at $6.75
Special values in new model Skirts
for mi? ies and ladies in Serges Pan-
man Mixtures Corduroys Tweeds
etc. $2.50 to $15.00
If you want the newest effects in
both plain tailored and dressy waists
come to us. All linen shirt styles
plain plaited ide frills $2.50 to $5
Silk shirt styles snappy messaline
and net Waists entirely new.
$3.50 to $12.50
fancy stripes and Plaid Messaline
new Serges and Wool Black Satin
$1.00 to $1.50
Ask to see our 36 inch Messaline in
all the new high colors. Special
New weaves in mercerized Checks
Corded Poplins Tweedette and
Queen Louise Zephyrs yd. 1 5c to 25c
We ore showing a great line of side frillsi
nifty Satin and Velvet Bows. Net and Lace
Collars 25c to S3.7S
Stamped Linens .
We have just received some
very new eh cts in white
stamped (Linen Eeme Denim
and Crash stamped runers.
center pieces and pillow top to
match 25c to $1.23
New Velouze Pearl Gray and Brown high
boot in all lasts and sizes.
Tans Gun Metal Suede and
Patents in new toes and popu-
$3 $3.50 & $4
The Store That Sells What People Want
WEALTHY CHICAGO PHYSICIAN FIFTEEN HUNDRED EMPLOYES
SHOT TO DEATH MAN WHO' OF THE KATY QUIT fcORK YES-
HAD LURED HIM TO HOME. TERDAY ALONG LINE.
HAD ROBBED THE PHYSICIAN FIVE HUNOREO OUT AT DENISON
Retrenchment Orders of the Company
Believed That Physician Wos to Have Believed to Have Precipitated the
Been Held ir Closet of Dignes
Home For Ranscm Find Made ir
Strike Order. Which Was Obeyed
Unanimously iy the Men.
Chicago. I1!. Sept. '-':'. V '"
!iuv wealthy l'oclor Willi:. ill Kulker
to a v.nu 111 house lie him down
with relies fastened to staples driven
in the floor ir a steal! ( lo-et an I
hold him for ransom is believed by
the police to ovi r I he Killing ye-
terdiiy of Kmil Dignes hy Dr. I'alker.
Dr. lalker said that IMgnes hired
him to tin house on the pretense
thai his uncle needed medical at
tent urn and then held him up. al'tc
which lit- shot Digues.
The theory of ransom was advanc-
ed when detectives found an iiupro
j vised led of excelsior near a H'aplf
'in t ; Hour and threaded with -i
stout tope In a closet under He'
An a-ce and a yiiKill roll of Inack
; cloth were found nenr.
Seil. ilia. Mo. Sept. U:'.. Tin- a"
i-hopiiien of the Missouri Kansas H
Ti'Vis Company throughout the en-
lire sslein struck today heeause the
company refused to grant a joint run-
i fence Willi the men of the two sft-
leins north and south of lied rher
icgarding working condit ions.
Fifteen hundred men in all are said
to he out. l-'oiir hundred are out here.
The company's retrenchment order
of yesterday suspending work at the
local shops indefinitely is now hcllcv-
eil to have heen made ill anticipation
of todav's move hy the car men.
The coiniaav's refusal to Kraut n
conlereneo came yelerdny. The ren-
s 11 i'iven w;is thai the condition
north and south of lied river were so
different that conference would he
Fifty men are out nt Parsons Kan.
Five hundred men nre reported out
at Denlson Tex.
But call 201 and see how quick we can
serve you in hauling anything. We
have modern facilities for every class of
work. The most skilled. BY EXPER-
IENCE men to be haJ We crate
pack haul and ship or "store" anything.
Let us show you.
No. 2cj gets
Dyer Bros. Transfer
Oftlee next door to I'assenRer Depot
Famous chocolate' creams such as;
only i!!ogretti can make arc her"
with our fresh shipment o! mainly
City DrMg Store
f The Weather
DOUBLE KILLING AT
IIMMNLL FRIDAY NIGHT
Big Bargains in Good Homes!
aaaa Corner Lot 75x10 4 room frame cottage in
UvUU good repair one block from. Main street north-
west improvements cost $750.
01 "7CA (-'orner Lot. "3x1 -10 on Stanley Boulevard five
V I I WW rooms two halls and bath room. Water gas
and sewerage. Improvements cost l-'JSO.
Corner Lot 73x140 on Stanley Boulevard.
Four acres in Lone ('trove 5 -room house one
block from new school house. Improvements
Buy hired from the Owner
Uuaraotee State Hank ARDMORE OKLA.
New Orleans l.a. Sept. -'!.
The weather forecast for Okla-
homa for Sunday is unsettled
TOM RORIE LIVERYMAN AND
SAM REED SPECIAL DEPUTY
SHERIFF SHOT TO DEATH.
We are always at the same
old stund with the same hest
equipments and with the larg-
est stock of steel and hard-wood
tiniher to do your work in Idack-
smithitiK wagon hiiihliiiH wau-
011 repairing huggy repairing
and hiiKK.v lain' ins. We are
never too husy to njve you a
(Iftie estimate on your work
('.ring your machinery here for
repairs. I ; r i 1 1 that wagon or
luiggy here when the first weak-
ness hecomes evident.
Repairs at the right time
cost little money repairs made
lale are expensive at any price
ltrliig your hughes and let our
workmen go over them. If
there are no weak spots you
are out no money.
Yours for good work at the
Madill. (tki'.i. Sept. 1 1 a differ-
ence which aro-e over a ticket to a
concert given following a circus per-
formance here last night Sam Y. Heed
and Tom Itorie were hot I) shot o
death while three other parlie re-
ci ived minor wounds.
Keeil one of the dead men was
ailing as a special deputy sheriff
v hei he met Ills death. It is said
that a man named Welih attempted
to attend the circi.s without any tick-
et and when ordered to leave refused.
Heed as tin officer was called hy the
(-reus people and asked to eject
Wehh. Itorie who is said to
lire he mi Uidei 1 le influence of li-
ipior then took up Wehli's side. Word i
lollowcd hetweei) Korie and the ofli-
i er Km ie finally puliing his w eaion
and fired at Korie the hiillet passing
anil firing at Keed at close range the
latter heing hit four times. Hefore
falling however. Keed pulled his wea-
pon and fired Vt Korie. the hullo
;assiag through the heart. 1 tot h Keed
and Korie expired within a few min-
utes. Three other patties who were at-
tending the tdiovv. were wounded by
BRAND NEW FURNITURE
Just received a big car of mixed Furniture and
receiving local shipments daily of Stoves and
other household goods. New goods swapped
for any old thing. Repairing a specialty.
C. P. HALL
PI one 366
D. E ALLEN
Corner Mill and Broadway.
hullots from Korle's gun hut none are
helieved to he seriously hurt.
No other developments are expect-
ed as hoth of the parties to the shoot-
ing are dead.
Korie was ahoiit Hit years of age
and married lie and his father have
heen in charge of a livery stalile here
lor some time. Korie got into trou- '
hie in the Creek nation some time j
iigo and was charged will killing an j
Indian there. I
Keed the other vi' tim of the trag- j
edy came here ahoiit a year ago from I
Culhrie where he Iwui two children.
He was ahont .Ml years of age anil a
carpenter hy trade. He had heen at
work on Hie court house here for
some time and was sworn in as n spe-
cial deputy sheriff veslerdav on ac
count of a circus heing in town. His
remain w ill he taken to Cuthrie for
What you save
at Phone 253
Kresh fish and oysters tomatoes
celery lettuce and cueiimhers. City
That shipment of Allegretti'.si fresh
candies is here. City Drug Store.
TOM'S FOR GROCERIES
TOM'S FOR GROCERIES
'ei1 t?i& fo? "ii? Ve Vt
'-i f'i iI'i
il? 'Ua uu? '"
NO. 67 3
NO. 67 3
NO. 6 7 3
THE NUMBER IS 215.
I THE GEM CAFE IS LOCATED AT
; 215 WEST MAIN STREET.
Not cheap in finality hut in price.
We sell so many groceries that e
hay in quantities that gives us
some advantage in selling and our
sto' k Is always fresh.
We also have right in our store
one of the he-t equipped sanitary
meat markets In the city ana we
handle only first class meats. Give
us your business this month you
will 6e pleased with the goods and
GILLIAM y KING
Look at the New Brick Shop
Take a 'ook nt that new hrick shop on ltroadway. Our entire
force and equipment will be in there within ahont ten days and
then we will he ready for your heay wagon work. In our temiK)-
iatv quarters we are somewhat 'handicapped hut no orders are heing
turned away and every piece of work Is out on time and is thor-
oughly done when it leaves the shop. We have a few big .Kiw wait-
ing until w.- get at home again aud now you get yours ready aud
e(. iiist how well we do your work and j i-J how promptly we
tn. it il out.
Alwiiys remember that it co-.ts you no more to get the best
A L M. RICE
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