The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 26, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 5, 1911 Page: 1 of 12
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THE ARDMOREITE IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA RECEIVING THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS SERVICE
ARDMORE OKLAHOMA. SUNDAY MORNING NOVEMBER r. 1911
THIS Store is full of Seasonable
sensible every clay wants. Here
you find the assortment you know the
merchandise is riht and just as import-
ant the price is right.
NEW COATS RECEIVED
We've received in the past few days
some very new Reversible and Fancy
SIO to S25
Children's and Misses' Coats
$1.69 io $15.00
GOOD WARM BLANKETS
50c to $10.00.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR
25c to S3.00 the Garment
BEAUTIFUL FURS CHEAP
We believe we have the most beauti-
ful Furs and lowest price we've shown
Single Pieces 39c lo $25
Beautiful Sets.. 6.50 to $60 00
We are showing some very smart
Tailored Suits for girls little women
and reeuiar figures in a ireat variety of
cloths and models some splendid values
$7.50 lo $45.00
WARN COMFORTS AND BLANKETS
Is your bedding shy? We've some good values
in Comforts from .'.SI to S4.50
GOOD BLANKET VALUES
Cotton Blankets 50c to $1.50
Woolnap Blankets $1.50 to $3.00
WOOL BLANKETS : $3.75 to $10.00
You must have a pair of our new raised toe
Tans Vilouse Buckskin or Gun Metal. They
are decidedly it $3 $3.50. $4.00 and $5.00
SPECIAL PETTICOAT VALUES
We sre selling a regular $4-00 Silk Messaline
Petticoat in all the new colors as well as Black.
Our Special $2.98
We are just in receipt of some very right now
popular Fancy Suitings for Skirts and Suits full
56 inches wide at. $1.35 and $1.25
The Store A)ead.
ON TRIAL TRIP
AIRCHIP IN WHICH VAN1V.AN
WILL TRY TO CROSS ATLANTIC
GIVEN TRIAL SATURDAY.
BusincbB Suspended in Atlantic City i
When the Big Eag Arete Soared j
Over City and Then Made Out to
IF OLD VESSEL
WORKMEN AT SAN FRANCISCO
UNEARTH 6HIP tVJILT MORE
THAN CENTURY ACO.
Vessel Relieved to Have Been Used
to briny Larye P.irtty Around Capce
Hoiri in Geld Push c? Forty-
Atlantic City N. J. Nov. 4. The
first trial flight of the Hlg diriKlWo
Si'!! I': iincisco Cal Nov I. Tin.-
fki U- .hi : ;i hvi-va :.! shin 1 li'.t
nioiv liuiu a enlury auo. '.v. is uu-
airship Akron in which. Melvhi Vani- )wi .y ;y w(.knu.11 i)(.luUa
man plans to fly to Kuropo. va mad j tm and rush or th eo; .!
today by Vanimnn. j tilon district her-.
Plisluess was practically tmupoud- j Ti.. handw!-o;i;.-.ht copper spikes
held :h massive tiur;rs in place.
It Is thought to be :i ship that
lni!;h: iiiaiiy aroinid rape Horn hi
t tlif 'old ruiih of '1'J.
ed as the hij? has arose soared over
the tall Intildings and vent- out to
sea to circle about and return.
OF IMPERIALISTS! FOB TIE YANKEES
Native city of mankow de- !copy of official decree ac-
I STROYED BY INFLAMABLE j CREDITED TO COLUMBIAN OF-
F'CIAL IN NEW ORLEANS.
SHELLS SATURDAY MORNING.
WESLEYAN MISSION UESTROYEO ! SUBORNED 61 YANKEE GOLD
Red Crcs& Steamer
Rescue Blind Boys and Wounded
Men in Institution Was Driven Back
Hankow China Nov. 1- -Almost the
whole native eit;- was afire this morn-
ing. Tho fores were started 'by in-
flammable L-hol!-. thrown by the Im-
perialists. The Wcsieyan Mission lo which
Iwero fifty 'blind boys and two' hundred
wounded meu was destroyed. -
j A lied Cros;s -tcruuer -which at
tempted to rescue the inmates- was
driven back 'by ti:o shells of tho im-
perial forces. A part of the steamer's
deck house wa h!ow naway.
Attempting to - Object of the Decree It to Instill Into
Youths of Columbia Hatred for the
United States Sore Over the Pan-
-New Orleans Nov. 1. A copy
of tho official decree accredited to a
government official of the Columbian
vi public apparently aiming at instill-
into Columbian youths; Jmtred
for tho United State was received
J lie: e today.
i It declares that Koosevlt "was the
j ev.l of tho conspiracy Uiat caused
i i Hitatiia io secede from Columbia"
mj u-iys that tho leaders of tho
secepsion were "suborned by Yankee
WIIKNEVIiR you find an article hein peddled
from house to house you can put it down that
there is something wrongeither with the Goods or
Goods with tticrit are always in demand by the
wide awake retailers and whenever you see an article
advertised as "sold by special 3gents only'' you had
better let it alone.
Did you notice some weeks ago m the Ardmoreite
an ad for special agents to sell a certain line of goods
with the inducement of "70 per cent profit?"
Do yuu want to buy goods which will make the
agent 70 ptr cent besides a big profit for the manufac-
JUST STOP AND
THINK A MINUTE
How many lines of jroods are jiedd'ed from house In
house in Ardmore? Whose guarantee is behind them?
Who is responsible if thej are not satisfactory?
Listen Ladies Wo guaranee tQ soll you ettcr
goods for less money than anything "peddled" in our line
besides this if you get an unsatisfactory article here we
aro ready to make it good any day.
This store stands for quality and value. We do not
handlo the class of goods which have to be "peddled" from
town to town in order to" get rid of them. A peddling mer-
chant is not very high cla89.
Visit our store this week it matters not what you
want in our line if we have n't got it we will gladly eet
it for you without delay and you can depend uvon what
you get. Lots of new things arriving in Suits Coats
Skirts and Dresses.
Fret Delivery. Phone 823
I OKLAHOMA CITY CHAMBER OF
j COMMEHCE HAVE MADE OVER-
i TURE.S TO SECURE PLANT.
It ixt'uinu 1 umoi'O'.l Ilia! til? 'ro.vi)
I'olCinji Works (.ouLenrihitcd moving
to Oklahoma City and .1. H. Afters
stated ihat thvre was something in
tlwi rumor and that the Oklahoma
City Chamber of Commerce iiad
made him a very l'lattcriiiK off'T to
move t lie plant there. lie H'aN'd that
-hippinir facil'tics were Mipcrior in
Oklahoma City to what Ardr.iore !id
to offer and besides J10 could obtain
concussions that were very ;nticin.i.
.Mr. Akers stated that he disliked
the idea of moving from Ardmore
but was undecided at this timo a- to
what he would no.
HELLO! YES MAM
This id Will. Well I have
Krcsh Tomatoes Celery Cran-
berries Lettuce Cabbage On-
ions Dill Pickled Pumpkin Yam
Potatoes nice fat Hens and
plenty of eggs. Yes mam I
Lave Ilo'.nz's and Doduon and
P-rowu's too. lleinx only make
57 kitidB and I have 5C of them.
Thank you call ai;ain.
Willie the Grocery Kid
Phone 253. . Prompt Delivery.
CASHIER OF BANK VOLUNTARILY
SURRENDERS TO OFFICER FOL-
Rochester Ind. Nov. 4. After state
examiners had closed tho Citizeno'
Bank of Akron Ind. today and an-
nounced a shortage of $35009 Howard
Harter the banlt'i cashier came hero
and obtained the sheriff's permission
to remain in jnll until the Inquiry
Into the bank's affairs has proceeded
FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS IN
BILLS FOUND OfNi HIM WHEN
CAPTURED IN VANCOUVER.
Vancouver Nov. 4. John ltozeyk.
a foreUmer was- arrested here today
suspected of belns implicated In the
New Westminister hank rohbwry. H
had four thousand dollars In bills on
his peroon when arrested. Some of
tho hills corresponded to those taken
wlii n the bank was roblwd of $-.r.S-f.OO
TWENTY-TWO VARIETIES OF
SMOKED PICKLED AND SALT
FISH AT V. J. LANE'S.
THE GREATEST BARGAINS ARE
AT THE FAIR DURING THE BIG
SALE NOW ON.
Cool Crisp Weather
Lends even a .'rfatr
enjoyment U the
Good Thinfe lo Eat
GILLIAM & KING'S
There were 1 i.oyo.ooo accidents in this country
last year: 60 coo fatal.
Invest f 2.00 ii an "Aetr.n" AcckW; it !''
and crtatt: an :yt:it: wr-rth tn :
$ I (ii'-'i.). (.
J. lvIN i .
Post Ollioe BuiMitiji TvU-'r.-r. N'.. '.'.'
:: r. 11 :: r. it :t :: :: a u a :: ;
U New Oriea.is. La. Nov. 4. 11 '.
It The weather forecast for Okla- U
a hnma for Smiday is sene'ally V.
:t cloudy. a '
J. .. t 1 1
DILL SWEET AND SOUR PICKLES
1 AT W. J. LANE'S.
Thf Left Tint
Can lie lUiuvbt
C. iJoone Tali.lfe-ro for two s-ld
1 lifh :nd bowl I.'k;.
I For (.nn'crlc" l I
iTrtm Kcbols. .ron r I'lioae CT.iJ
60ING OUT OF THE CREDIT BUSINESS DECEMBER 1 1911
Hut will continue to sell until that date on the easy jmyrnoKt I 'art.
I am very much over stocked po all kinds of New and Soeond-HR:'.d
(iooils. also Household Goods and must unluad at ridiculously low
jirlc- R to mset my obligations.
It you want vonr money to go farthest step up to Hd Avenuo
and Caddo St. three hlnc-kH from Main St. and take a look at th
bigeest stock of new and seeond-hnnd household poods. We have a
biK lino of (las Coak and Heating Stoves. We d gas liainu and re-
pair all kind of r toves. Deliver goods all over the city. Ciul on uo
if you have old goods to nwati. Remember there is only one C. P.
HAIL and he is on Caddo Street In that Big House Where the Cheap-
est Prices Prevail.
225 N.Caddo St.
C. P. HALL I
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