The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 53, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 6, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesowy De. 6 1911.
A Mammoth Clothin
Ladies' Men's and Boys'1 Suits Coats and Overcoats to Sell Regardless of Profit
THE DAILY ARDV0KE1TE
g Sale I
We inaugurate today the most remarkable sale of Ladies. Men's and Boys Suits Coats and Overcoats in the history of Ardmore. Our
stock consists of Handsomely Tailored Suits and Coats from the best manufacturers. It's a pleasure to buy clothes without quality-risk.
To KNOW that they are style-right and quality-true perfect in every little unseen detail. Ccme to this sale satisfy yourself as
to the style then ask the price. You will be agreeably surprised. We realize that we only have from now until Xmas to turn our
immense stock of Clothing into money and in order to do this we are going to sell them just like swapping dollars. Remember we
stand behind every garment that leaves our store whether you buy it at sale prices or otherwise. We are here to please those who
patronize us. Remember this great Clothing Sale will begin Thursday morning promptly at eight o'clock. Take advantage of these
low prices and buy your clothes for Xmas.
Nine $7. SO H 1 1 1 Serge Dresses
To J6.00 Ir' hrt' H ma.ked down
Great Values in Woolen Dresses
for the Big Clothing Sale
T v. ii ;; ijrcHH'-H maiki-d down
T'-n $12.50 Im-nscs of Kr-ri' ti serge In colors of bine
tan ami brown arc now
One $13.50 IHMR Of blue serge; a splendid value
al " "
Seven $15.00 I'b riama Incuses In blue. Mar k and white
to h II this week al
Five. $16.50 Dresses of Panama and serge; splendid
styles anr colors; marked down to..--
Three. $17.50 Serge Dresses in Ian anrl Mile
Two $25.00 Fine French Serge Dresses In Mm. and
black now only
Oik? $18.50 Strip! I 'an urn a Dress
Seven $20.00 Dresses of tlm leading models in blue
brown. wisteria and Mar k; reduced price Ib
One handsome $30.00 Dress
now reducer! to
Men's Fine Clothing at a Big"
In this big Clothing- Sale we include every Suit and Overcoat in our
stork. Vou have pick of our unusually large s'ock of fine clothing
at sale price. We are the sole aten' for the celebra-ed Sc-hloss
Bros.' clothes which have no equal in style quality or service.
lAxk this list over. You are sure to find the price that will suit
$32.50 .Suits; sale price
$30.00 Suit; sale price
$25.00 Suit reduced
$22.50 Suits reduced
$20.00 Suit reduced
$16.50 Suits on kale
$15.00 Suits on sale
$12.50 and $13.50 Suit
Handsome Tailored Suits Marked to Sell Regardless of Cost
$r0.00 Tailored Suits. PHI models. QQ $25.00 Tailored Suits all shades
$35.00 Tailored l;" 1 ''1'-ls- Ofi 5Q Main Talloml Sis'
$30.00 Tailored Suits all shades fQ QQ
One special lot of Tailored Suits. All this season's purchase. Worth
$20.00 and $25.00; to close during this sale HALF PRICE
CHLOSS BROS. & CO.
. Fine Cloth Maker
BcJtunor ud New York
The Greatest Coat Values
of the Season
Three Coats of blue serge that formerly mild f"""
$17.50 marked down $13 90
Seven CoatH of reversible material In blue gray
and brown; tegular price Is $15.00; 41 AO
si-eclal piii o now Is I I 30
Two Coats that were $25.00 In u beautiful shade
of brown with the ik'vv shawl collar; 4 n ia
plico Is now I Vm I O
(Hie $17.50 Coat rf blue storm serge large collar.
trimmed In black velvet; 1 A Qft
now only lt.3U
Two CoatH of grav and blue mixtures that were
i ood value at $12.50 A QQ
Two $13.50 Coats In blue and Mack only that are
mire to m) the hist day of this sab' .j Q gn
Two $20.00 Coats in light tan
Hirer- $12.00 Hioadr lot ll Coats
Our Big Line of Boys' Clothing at Sale Prices
FvcryoiiK who has visited our Hoys' Clothing
lieparttnent on the second floor know that we
have by far the bluest linn of BoyH' Clothing In
Aidmoie. Vou get to pick thiB immense stock at
the following very low prices;
$12.50 Hoys' Knickerbocker full peg
$10.00 Hoys" Knickerbocker full peg
$8.50 Hoys' Knickerbocker full peg
$6.00 and $6.50 Hoys' Knickerbocker.
full peg suit
$5.00 KnlcKerbot kr-r Suit
$1.00 and $4.50 Knickerbocker Suit
13.00 and $3.50 Knickerbocker Suit
$2.00 and $2.50 Knickerbocker Suit
$12.50 Young .Men's IM'ieoe Suits
$10.00 Young Men's Ii Piece Suits
$8.50 Young Men's .". Piece Suits
$6.50 Young Men's .1 Piece Suits
$r.(H) Young Men's ." Piece Suits
Big line of Velvet Plush and Fuzzy Hats
worth $3.00 reduced to
The Big Overcoat Sale is
Now on at this Store
In our splendid collection of Overcoats you
wil! find any style color or weight coat you wish.
Overcoats suitable for every profession or occupa-
tion of life can be bought' in this sale at a re-
$20.00 Overcoat reduced
$18.00 Overcoat reduced
$16.50 Overcoat; sale price
$8.50 Overcoats on sale
$650 Overcoats on sale
$5.00 Overcoat now
DAVIS MAN GAINS ACCESS TO
MANUSCRIPT OF OLD SPANISH
Davis OLla. I . .1- Are we living
inn rn-i or is It iiecnUN of lh tnu-t.
ie. rut tb ctrl ul Invi-niiotiN and the
I nii nil line of elec tricity Is Mlnt; to
iMilt In diamine during ht'
win . II I'.'!'.'. According to nil olrl
Spanish hermit prophet w ho foretold
the .tr--;c- nation of president Lincoln
ciaitlr hl iiml McKlnlcy und hinted at
ibe awful ciiitluiutike which dr-st roy-d
San Kiani iw r) I'.ili In to be a year of
Icrilhlo ronv-enuelicts. Thin old
prophet died 111 the city of Mexico
about fix veins cfro. and Just ! fur--Ms
demise the manuscript of a book
which vvns to liiie been iuU11h1h1
ti ll into Hie bands of an old priest
whli h was v.lmincd by .1. II. I'lckl.i-
Mm of ttils city who is A li-cogiilzcd
.tilt hnrify on Spanish literature.
.The old jirophet. in 1S61 accurately
iloNcrlhotl tbi- assassination of Presi-
dent Lincoln avid depleted the terrible
.-daughter of human lives over the
slaver.v iin-Htion. lb' said the King
ol Knglaml would be dethroiu-d be-
tore tin- vear I'.'J'1. and thai three
Amei b an preslili uts would be assassin
iito-rl by th- end of tin- l!Mh I'r-nt ii i v .
'I'lie war liilrtci"! Japan and Knssl.i
vvii. lorr-tobl and the time for tin- rle-strui-tluii
of the world was placed
Aceoidlliv; In the old piophvt. New
York I'ity 'Uarlitoii New Orleans
ami Calve ton would be inundated by
n great tidal wave in which thousand.'
of lives would i- lost. Kartlupiakt
woulrl ra.e great structure to tho
ground anil w hole r ilics would In- wIihh!
out of evi-t.Hnce clurln a uccesmon
f seismic distiirbani'es. He predict-
nl a nidual chanrc in political rties
In Mexico and the 1'nited State hv
the end of 1 1 1 ti. and the President of
Mexico would become a Dictator. A
great rebellion would follow the dic-
tatorship in whi.h the rxr would lio
successful ami groat landed estates
would be divided up among the rcol
producers of all wealth. Out of the
chaos ami disorder a new political
laity would spring up advocating full
rights and privileges to all. The very
rich would lie looked upon as robbers.
Jand social I'ondil I.iiis would materially
chanm- making a millionaire an oul
Concerning the United States.
Kelore the year l'.Mti the I nited
States will he III an uproar and un-
settled because of great combinations
ot capital. Tiles-.- great commercial
bodies will become virtual dictators to
the working classes anil take the
broad out of the mouths of their ii;.
dieii. (ireat public service corpora-
tions would become Involved ill labor
disputes and oilier things of vitul
i concern to the people and the general
gov eminent w ill be forced to take
j ov er all railroads and other corisua-
tion in which the people are interest-
ed anil operated In the interest of
i the whole people.
Quoting the Manuscript.
"Administrator! of public affairs
senator congressmen and executive
officers of the general novernment will
become corrupt. Their aet will 1
cause for their removal by the popu-
lace and a fivlixig of unrest will cause
rioting and bloodshed throughout th"
"An alliance will he formed
between Knglund anil a great ower
in the Orient. This alliance will be-
come a world power and so powerful
will it become that all nations not
Included in the compar t will combine
I to overthrow it. In tills struggle
lasting ten years millions of lives
will Iki lost and billions of dollars of
property destroyed. In the end a
world congress will be railed in which
all nations of the earth will be rep-
resented. This congress will order
disarmament and peace will reign su-
preme until the end of the present
. A Civilized World Indeed.
: "After the civilized world become
reconciled to the new order of things
u period of great inventions and uni-
verbal education will he th rule
j Houses of worship will le converted
ilnto lecture halls- the poor man and
hla children will thare in these bles-
S sings. Hank Injustice cannot longer
exist. The poor w ill lie taken into full
I fellowship with the rich and the first
jsllmiwe of the millennium will be
I seen. Itich men will gladly distribute
their wealth among the less fortunate
jand education will become the stand-
jard of measurement. Women will oc-
- cupy a sphere In life never before
; thought of and pence on earth and
good will towards men will he a reality
' and not a sham."
IMPORTANT MEETING OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE
ARDMORE WILL BE HOST.
When you have a bilious attack glv
I Chamberlain Tablets a trial. They
jare excellent. For sale by all dealers
The state organization of County Com
missioners will meet In Ardmore In
annual session on Monday December
11 and the organization will be in
session three days. The meeting
will 1 held in the new county
courthouse and the first session will
j le called to order at 2:30 o'clock in
the afternoon of December 11. Judge
Stillwell H. Russell will deliver the
welcome address and the response
will be made by Commissioner D.
F. Kills of Murray county. The clay
will close with a free opera at the
Robison opera bouse.
On the secod day under the head
of remarks for the good of the order
jand for the good of the taxpayers
of the slate a lively discussion of
I the blanket raise? In taxes by the
istate equalization boar! promises to
be very interesting and of vast Im-
portance to the people In all the
counties of the state. Some of th
best lawyers In the state will ad-
dress the commissioners on this sub-
ject and It is of importance to the
taxpayers in each county that their
commissioners be at this session.
.Another feature of the second day
-will be an address by A. A. Acheson
United States poatofflce inspector
la which he will tell of rural deliv-
ery of mail and the importance of
road districts. The second day will
close with a banquet at the Chicka-
saw Lake four miles from the city
which is one of the finest resorts in
The third day will be devoted to
unfinished business and to the elec-
tion of officers and t;ie selection of
the next place of meeting.
The city of Ardmore has contrib-
uted a fund sufficient to entertain
the commissioners and a recent'on
will be given to the ladies who at-
tend. A special in vi tut I rm ha a hen
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sent to all the head of depart
ments of the state government and
many of them will be guests of the
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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/m1/2/: accessed December 9, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.