The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 53, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 6, 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. WEDNESDAY EVENING DECEMBER ( 1911
You will find thtV;st for Less and get
a Square Deal Va! Received.
We offer for the Ne. Ten Days:
$15.00 and 12.50 Men's Suits at 0-00
12.50 and 10.00 Men's Overcoats at 7.5U
4.50 and 4.00 Mens Pants at 3.50
3.50 and 3.00 Mens Hats at
4.00 and 3.75 Mens Shoes at
3.00 and 2.75 Men's Shoes at 2.5U
3.50 and.3.00 Boys' Shoes at
Staples are cheaper than they have been for
many years. There is no excuse for folks not
wearing plenty of clothes for Dry Goods are
cheaper than they have been for 20 years. We
are selling the
Best Calicoes at 5c pr yard 9-4 Double Blankets . .50c
Best Outings at 10c pr yard J0j Double Blankets . . 75c
Best Percals at 10c pr yard t.inn
Best Ginghams 10c pr yard -4 Doubl Blankets $1.00
Best Sateen at 10c pryard 12-4 Double Blankets $1.50
You will profit by trading at
O. L. DENNES'
MAIN STREET ARDMORE OKLA.
ROCKEFELLER AND MANAGES
OF HIS CHARITIES ASKEO TO
TESTIFY NEXT MONDAY.
Washington D. C Dec. . John
D. Rockefeller and Rev. .Fred .D.
Gates manager of Rockefeller's char-
ities were today invited by Chair-
man Stanley to appear before the
house steel investigating committee
next Monday in connection with the
million-dollar Mesaba ore properties
PILES CURED IN 8 TO 14 DAYS.
Your druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching Ellnd Bleeding or
Protruding Pllg io 6 to 11 days. 50c.
The Only True Llkenest of
BILLY THE KID
" -! RrnoriMl Phone 23.1
stand for beat insurance
honest rates quick ad-
justments and courteous
treatment. : Telephone
No. 9 and our man willcall
Chas. E. Fraley
COULDN'T QUIT CREDIT BUSINESS
My customer and friend were sorry when I told you in No-
vember that I would quit the credit business on December 1st. I
tried and couldn't do it but I will swear that I hal more people
than ever wanting credit. Some wanted to pay II down and some
half down; others wanted the full bill of goods with nothing down.
For this reason I am going to continue the easy-payment plan
until January 1st But please don't ask aie to loan you any cash.
The first payment makes you and I partners. I am overstocked and
owe my creditors for several carloads of 'new goods. Walking is
good on our paved Caddo street so come up and see our goods and
prices. No trade no harm. No rents to pay sa I sell the cheap-
'st. New and secondhand goods of all kinds.
C. P. HALL The Home Outfitter
CITIZEN'S TICKET IN WASHING-
TON WHICH FORBID ROADSIDE
GRAZING WON OUT.
Coupeville. Wash. Dec. o. The So-
cialist candidates champion of the
cow were defeated In yesterday's
election. The ticket which forbids
roadside grazing winning by a vote
of 2 to 1.
TWO FREIGHT TRAINS
EXPRESS TRAIN BEHIND ONE OF
THEM CRASHES INTO WRECK
AGE FOUR KILLED.
Pitts burg Pa. Dec. C Two freight
trains on the Pennsylvania railroad
collided this morning near Devil's
Bend. Then an express train came
along and crashed into the wreck-
age. Four persons were killed and a
score Injured many of them serious-
ly. The wreckage was scattered ove.-
the four main tracks delaying traffic
for several hours.
If von are troubled with chronic
I constipation the mild and gentle ef-
fect of Chamberlain's Tablets makes
(them especially suited to your case
i For sale by all dealers.
R A3DICATED THRONE. 8
a Pekin Dec. 3. Prince Chun a
a recent and father of the child 8
a emperor abdicated the throne a
BEEF PACKERS AT
LAST ON TRIAL
AFTER EIGHT YEARS OF LEGAL j ATTORNEYS QUESTION C0MPE-
TECHNICALITIES REAL TRIAL j TENCY OF TESTIMONY OF SUCH
OF CASE BEGINS. A CONFESSED MURDERER.
TEN MEN ARE DEFENDANTS
Defendants are Charged With Viola-
tion of the Criminal Provisions of
Sherman Anti-Trust Act Have
Strong Legal Force.
Chicago 111. Dec. 6. The ten Chi-
cago packers charged with violation
of the criminal provisions of the Sher-
man anti-trust act went on trial in
he federal district court here today.
The way to trial was led through
eight yeaTs of legal technicalities.
District Attorney WilkerBon repre-
sents the government usslsted by
seven other attorneys among them
Senator Kenyoii of Iowa.
TWO NEGRO MEN AND YOUNG
' NEGRO GIRL BURNED BY MOB
AT SAVANNAH TOOA.
STRONG BACEJATRED EXISTS
White Land Tenants Objected to
The'r Black Neighbors Tied Then
to Load of Cotton Seed and Built
Fire Beneath Wagon.
Memphis Tenn. Dec. G. Two negro
men and a young negress were burned
to death by a mob of white land ten-
ants who objected to their negro
neighbors at Savannah Tenn.
Race hatred is at white heat and
more trouble is feared.
The three negroes were on their
way to gin with a load of seed cotton
when the mob bound them to the
wagon buil a fire under it and stood
by while tlie victims were cremated.
Regular meeting of Ardmore Aerie
No. 587 F. O. Eagles tonight. The
election of officers will be held ami
the attendance of all members is
desired. X. E. MARTIN'
W. A. WORLEY Secretary.
has entwined its
the mother heart.
i ncK. i H:ive
Children are like
they may wither
WE TAKE BABY
Have some taken
and pass them
round to your
friends for Xmas
Ten Yean ia Ardnvort
Call either one of them
for the best Groceries and
the finest Fresh Meats.
Orders delivered promptly
1 1 L A I . K S
; PRISDHERS GLOOMY DAK
In Their Cell Overlook'ng a Rainy
Street the Two Brother Spent a
Gloomy Day May Not Subpoena
l.o.v Angeles t'al. Dec. 0. Sub-
poenas for the -McNamara brothers to
appear before the federal grand jury
which meets tomorrow had not beeu
issued up to noon today.
A question as to the competency of
testimony of a confessed murderer
such as .lames H. McNamara arose
;iul the attorneys spent the day dls
Tlie two brothers had a gloomy day
in their cell overlooking a rainy
Comment on Gore Statement.
(Oklahoma City lc. 5. The state-
ment alleged to have been made by
l'nited States Senator (lore while In
Detroit concerning the next presiden-
tial race caused considerable com-
ment in state iiolitical circles today.
The senator is quoted as having said
that if AVllson and La Kollette were
nominated by their respective parties
he would go fishing as lie had no
choice betwee them; also that un-
less either Wilson or Clark was nom-
inated by tlie Democrats he was for
La Follette a progressive Republican.
Presidential lines among members
of the Oklahoma Democracy have not
been definitely drawn but the forces
of Clark and Harmon are gathering
considerable strength. There is a
growing belief that Harmon's record
in Ohio makes him tlie must avail-
Many letters went from here to
Washington today asking Senator
Gore whether ho had been correctly
City water rents are now due and
payable at my office In the city hall.
Delinquents will have their water cut
off after December 10 and the
usual fee charged for turning on
again. W. M. HILLIS
OF FRISCO LIS
SAYS THAT ARDMORE HAS
"DRESSED UP' WONDERFULLY
IN PAST FOUR YEARS.
H. C. Connelly division freight
agent of the Frisco railway with
headquarters in Oklahoma City was
In the city today calling upon the
shippers and looking after the in-
terests of his line.
In conversation this morning he re-
marked on the wonderful change in
the appearance of Main street in
the past four years. He stated that
the beautiful fronts or the stores
and the magnificent line of goods
carried by the merchants attested
the fact that Ardmore had grown
from a "cow camp' into a real up-to-date
Mr. Connelly takes Veen Interest
in anything pertaining to the wel
fare of Ardmore and always calls
at the Commercial Club while here.
The Weather J
t: New O-leans La. Dec b u
:: The weather forecast or Okla- it
8 homa for tonight and Thiiis- 8
8 dav Is generally fair. 8
our stock of Jewelry and Queens-
ware. We have a nice line of
Watches Clocks Rings Chains
Stick Pins Cuff Links Brooch
Pins Bracelets Lockets and
Chains Umbrellas Hand Bags
and Cut Glass. Tableware in
Sterling and Plated. Chinaware
and Dinner Sets and individual
pieces. & & & & 3
Watch Repairing a Specialty
HE WOMEN VOTED
W0ME;1 OF LOS ANGELES DE-
CLARED AGAINST PROHIBITION
Los Angeles Cal. Dec. 6. The
women cast 75000 ballots lu yester-
day's election over half the total
vote. The election board members
declared today that the women not
onl outvoted the men in most of the
precincts but they needed less aid
in handling their ballots and worked
harder for their lavorlte candidates.
The women voted overwhelmingly
against the prohibition measure to
make the city "dry as a bone" but
declared for a municipal newspaper.
The election resulted in an over-
whelming victory for George Alexan
der the (iood Government candidate
for mayor who defeated Job Harri-
man the Socialist candidate more
than 2 to 1. The entire Socialist tick-
et seems to have been defeated.
Keturns received up to this after-
noon from 270 out of 307 precincts
in yesterday's election gave Alexan-
der 6S::ti Harrimau 37001.
Falls Unconscious on Street.
Madill Okla. Dec. 3. Joseph Far-
ley 70 years old an a sfange." of
good appearance en route from Tam-
pa Fla. to Kiowa Kan. fell uncon-
scious upon the street in Madill thi?
afternoon paralysis being the cause.
He will probabiy not recover. His
relatives If any are unknown.
District Court at Sulphur.
Sulphur Okla. Dec. 5. District
court of the Fourteenth judicial dis-
trict convened here with Judge Rob
ert McMillan on tlie bench.
TOM TOM TOM TOM TOM TOM TOM
& f"V 'H Hour VComiueror'
A Coffee is unsurpassed
for purity delicious flavor
and general excellent-.
Try it once if you don't
like it. brinu it back and
iret your filthy lucre. We
want your grocery trade
TOM TOM TOM TOM TOM TOM TOM
For Mission Tables Book
Cases Doll Beds Smll
Rockers Plate Kails
Bread Boards Quilting
Frames. Glass Put In.
'E cordially invite our
triends and custo-
mers to call at our
store and insoect
AND STREETS OF TULSA WILL
BE PAVED WITH ARDMORE AS-
PHALT CONTRACT AWARDED.
The Shelby Downard Asphalt Com-
pany of Ardmore was awarded a
$275000 paving contract today at
Tulsa. There were five other bidders
and the lArdmore man went up
against the asphalt trust and won
The asphalt used in the paving
will be taken from the mines here.
You will find that druggists every-
where speak well of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. They know from long
experience la the sale of it that In
cases of coughs and colds it can al-
ways be depended upon and that It
is pleasant and safe to take. For sale
by all dealers.
New Gas Well
I have the spring steel
ordered especially for
making auto and buggy
I have a mechanic who
can make them to per-
fection. We can make or repair
anything that is broken
on any kind of machinery
from gas and oil well rigs
to gin and farm machinery
Buggy repairing a spe-
cialty. We would like to have
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 53, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 6, 1911, newspaper, December 6, 1911; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc145730/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.