The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 141, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 19, 1912 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. TUESDAY EVENING MARCH 1! 1012
Candidates lo Will Organize Against the People Before an Election Will Organize Against Them After Election
I ITU . I
A HOT PRICE
I Keep up with what's doing in the County
Campaign. Keep with the Senatorial
and Congressional elections.
The Daily Ardmoreite will be mailed
to your aidress until August 1912. for $ 1 .
The Weekly Ardmoreite for 25
You owe it to yourself to keep up with
Politics. See where a clique is
attempting to drag you !
T TRUST EPOMTD
PEOPLE OF TIE COUNTY
are nut fioiiin to wait to write
yon a loiter."' said a Intij; distnsce tel-
ephone toduv to tlii- Ardmoreite. "We
want to on iccord now as refuting;
tile ( har:o by the candidate clique
I That we ever sold Iioi"n at a supper
lor $n eaeli and we do not believe
I that anv other precinct in this county
! has done so. We are with
i your fistht aainst rinij rule in
Carter County and may you live
you in ' Mat
ever to wane war under just such con-
ditions." In addition to the messages naf
canu from the county our phone was
busy last ni-ht until after ten o'clock.
The candidate organization may have
been n-r () iiinoeent in its foimuion
j I'Pt i' 'wi i di iltiim fast into a (rust
that - aKaiust the interests of the
peopl" The liu niaiority of the can-
didates have -tated since they saw the
tntiii i allairs that they would re-
pudiate th' report of the committee
on the 'piess'' as the chairman of
oiiuiiittee made the statement
Sunda that his coniinittee would re-
port against the candidates placing
their announcements in the papers
and would not only repudiate the re-
port of the committee but would vote
to disband the oriranzat ion. In the
Kood name of Carter county such ac-
tion onlit to lie laUen.
THE ALLEN BAND
WILL BE DISTRIBUTED TO FARM-
ERS NEXT SATURDAY SANTA
FE DONATES FREIGHT.
FORTY DETECTIVES AND MANY
CITIZEN VOLUNTEERS HAVE
JAP SCORES OUR
MEMBER OF OPPOSITION IN JAP
ANESE HOUSE OF REPRESENT-
ATIVES ATTACKS AMERICA.
Tokio March l:1. Count Hittor!.
a member of the opposition today
in the Japanese house of rei'resent-
a'.ivea condemned Senator Dillins-
ham's bill amending the American
immigration la as an insufferable
insult to Japan. The Japanese .gov-
ernment's n illinsne. to participat
in the ranama exposition he said
was contradictory u Ja:a:Vs honor
and interest. )
Expect Verdict Taday.
Independence Ka.n. Mareli l'J.
verdict in the Truskett murder
trial is expected this afternoon. It is
rumored that the jury stands 11 to
1 for conviction.
Jersey Lily is te
Sold only by Brady &
Make yourself perfectly at
tomorrow at Randol-Ditzler's.
CLOTHES CLEANED .
Pressed altered. Ladies work
a specialty. Prompt efficient
service. Goods Called for and
delivered. Special club rates.
W. DAN LANFORO.
At Leeds Woolen Mills phoas 71
PROMPT ACTIO OF SHERIFF OF
MARSHALL COUNTY PRE-
The car of Kaffir corn which will
be Riven lo the farmers of this section
by the merchants of Ardmore arrived
over the Santa Fe today and will be
distributed to the farmers next Satur-
day. The Santa Fe railroad which
brought the ear here from Lawrence
Kansas donated the freight on same.
Two other oars of seed one of corn
and the other cane which the Santa
Fe will dispose of to the farmers tak-
ins therefor notes without interest
due next fall are expected to arrive
about the end of the week.
1 1TC1G HEM'S WIFE
Detectives Keeping Close Watch Of
Woman In Hop of Obtaining Clue
to Whereabouts of Her Husband
and Outlaw Gang.
TRAP FOR LEGISLATORS.
a er: d u-
til" cool a
lyuehiiiK as narrowly
Madill this morning by
jv'ieriu Cray ..
MONEY TO LOAN
Not Much But Some
Not Cheap But Coo l
Farm Loaat Only
rotlorf Bldj. M.D.SMITH
rfe':-i: days n Jl;' rison Watt"
J. ''. Wat s ami C. K. Tavior we e
lodged i't .i:ii at .Madill churued wi'ii
th.- aunU'T of au aned man sotn '
fivv- miles south ot that in) T.e'
n':-ijcr .wis so hiatal that public
e 1 1 : : s i i i i i aas been daily jtroA'ii.;?
more biUer against the three pr-oner.-
accased with the crime.
This morniu'j; farmers from soUlIi
ot .iadill bean congregating in such
numbers and the general talk be-
came so threatening that Cray de-
cided to remove the prisoners to the
Ardmore jail for safe keeping.
The mob by the time the -train ar-
rived from east were well organized
and had gathered along the sales
of the Frisco tracks which runs
near the jail in anticipation that
the sheriff would do what he did
Sheriff Gray had made arraugi-
mentt with the conductor of thrf
i train to stop at the crossing near
; the jail after leaving the depot. This
1 was done. By a strategic move on
the part of the officers the leader
a as cut off from tiie main body ol
the would-be lynchers and Sheriff
Cray and a couple of deputies being
in readiness as soon as the train
topped as per pre-arrangement
tu -bed their prisoners aboard.
One or two efforts were made to
rush the officers but they held the
croad at bay with drawn automatics
an i saved tile prisoners.
The three accused men seemed
greaMy relieved when the i-on doors
of Carfter county's modern jail closed
) Bribery Charges Already in New Mex-
I ico Legislation.
Santa Fe. N. M! March 19. A trap
set by the republican committee last
night in which four legislator were
arrested charged with accepting bri-
bes to vote for a certain senatorial
candidate was today declared liy the
accused men to have been set by
themselves to catch the "higher tips."
TAFT MEN OUSTED
REFUSAL OF TAFT WEN TO CALL
COMMITTEE MEETING CAUSES
TROUBLE IN MISSOURI.
Ifillsiilie Va. March 1!). P.eports
I this afternoon make it apparent that
I only troops of cavalry can corner tlie
It U reported that the mountaineers
i have again eluded the nosse. Mem
bers of the posse who confiscated the
still at Floyd Allen's home and pour-
ed barrels of illicit whiskey down the
mountain side returned today with
kettles and worms as evidence.
Hillsvillo Va. March 10. Confide t
that they have located the Allen out-
laws a posse of forty detectives and
many citizen volunteers stretched a
cordon around Squirrel Spur in the
Jlluo Ridge Mountains last night and
today prepared to assault the heights.
Squirrel's Spur is twelve miles from
! Mount Airy V. ('. and just inside the
; Virginia border.
I The posses are at a great disadvan
tage on account of the outlaw gang
being in a wild mountainous coun-
try where there is communication
and commissary facilities.
A close watch is heing kept on the
Allen woman for clues as to her htis
To Visit Our Store
Wednesday March 20
The day we have
selected for our
of Dress Materials Ready-
To Wear etc.
T"VHIS wili nofc be a "Joti"t
touch ui" "ha'icLs off"
' just to look at" affair and no
attempt will be tuiJ" at fancy
decorations. The goods and
garments will be displayed for
your inspect fori you can TAKE
HOLD of thpm; EXAMINE
THEM: BUY THEM if you desire.
Today's express brought us
somo Kouu'iful garments which
will !j sJiown tomorrow for
the firt time.
Visit us any time durinj
dav. Our Store will be
1 mi 1l
From 7 to
for display only no goods sold
Brins your husband father
brother uncle or sweetheart
with you tomorrovreveriing.
Don't Forget the Electric
All This Week.
lilir J l "
v - I -i 1 1 7 J
TAFT WATCHING SITUATION.
Poplar Muffs. Mo. March 19 TIik
foiiiieenth distri t republicans named hound Rldna Allen
two sets of delegates to the national j
convention (!o.l(.iy. The HoowneP
an.! Taft wen hold conventions a;
the s.-ime inertine place and each
famed two 'Jelet;;ites.
W est Klectric Curler demoustration
it Itandol-IMUIer's this week.
Tim u he
I hive Full
Line at' the
TOM ECHOLS. Grocer
Important Meting Commercial Club.
Pres. Charles Fraley of thp Com-
mercial club has called a meeting of
the board of directors and members
!of that body for 7:M o'clock this eve
nlng. Business of importance will
connrj before the body and a full at-
tendance is desired by the officers.
Death of James M. Son.
I lied at 2 o'clock this afternoon at
the residence of hi.; son iJr. .1. K. Son
in this city James Monroe Son aged
Funeral will he held from Kirst
liaptist Church tomorrow afternoon
Will Hold Conference With John Mit-
chell at White House This Week.
Washington 1). C March 19. It be
came known today that Taft while
not seeking to interefere in the an-
thracite coal deadlock is keeping in
close touch and will see John Mitch-
ell at the white house this week.
Interment in Itose Hill
Poplar Muff. Mo. March l'i - Chair-
man (iuffey and Secretary Naetev of
th- fourteenth district congressional
committee were otisied today by ten
lioosevelt men because the chair-
man refused to call a coniinittee
mieting before the district conven
ion. The Roosevelt men elected ! West Kh-ctru
new officers. In the meanwhile the at Itandol-Ilitzler's this week
six Taft men on the committee can- 1
ASQUITH INTRODUCES BILL.
Proposed Bill Establishes Minimum
Wage for Underground Miners.
Ijondon March 19. Asquith today
introduced in the commons a bill
to establish a fixed minimum wa?e
for underground workers.
PASS DEMOCRATIC MEASURE.'
Houss Passes Excise Income Tax 3i!l
Washing'on. D. C March 13. Tha
demoratie evcise Income tax hill was
passed by the houw- unamended tnU
BARRELS OF MONEY
to loun quickly on farm property iny--hre
in Oklahoma. Reasonable ra:M
and terms. Write me.
OUIE W. AN0ERT3N
Postal Tel. Bldit. Ardiuore.Ok.il.
I Inspei t my lloan?
' at :i o'clock.
Illinois May Have Strike.
Chicauo III.. March lo The Illi-
nois coal operators todav announced
I that it would be practically impossi-
Curler demonstration ' rr the miners and operators ta
the bituminous fields to reach asre-
ment by April 1st and that a suspen-
sion of work then was certain. ;
West Klectric Curler demonstration
at Itaiidol-blt.ler's this week.
Use Ardmoreite "Want Ads.
Make yourself perfectly at
tomorrow at Randol-IMtzler's.
I! Hi XWonho 111
i - J
K New Orleans I-t.. Nfarch O
a The weather forecast for Ok- a
a lahoiiia for ton ijfiu and Wed- Vt
a nesday is unsettled. itr Yam- S 1
a sas and Missouri snow flurries ai
a with cold wave. a !
You can say goodbye to constltia-
tion with a clear conscience if you
use ChamDerlaln'S Tablets. .
Make yourself perfectly af.
tomorrow at Randol-Ditzler's.
STORE YOUR HOUSEHOLD
In the New Fraley Brick. We
carry the insurance free to you.
We crate pack store and ship
qaick and cheap. Phone 3Ht.
C. P. HALL
2tJ 4 at. aid CjJJo s:s.
have bei-n iermanently cured by I j"""""
their use. For sale by all druggists.! tstTi- f
i Where To Get
What You Order
The New and Second Hand mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Home Outfitter WE DON'T SUBSTITUTE
''it'4n't quit the Ka.v Favninnt
Plun ani Will Cmtinuc til St.t L AT
t'AHH f'KK'tH. snd take old ifoocts f o
!"c.?h"'Th0nVe''ri'BiMri" i Will C. 5cnvner
p I t . Th lp-To.!Sow Grocer
aX:.:. ".cio s Telephone - 253
Drinking Fountains ani
ARDMORE SEED HOUSE
Phom 730 209 W est Mala
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 141, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 19, 1912, newspaper, March 19, 1912; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc145817/m1/1/: accessed June 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.