Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 81, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 16, 1921 Page: 2 of 16
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
SUNDAY JANUARY 1G 1921.
WITH DKATll AT WHrKl ( K
111 KTLKS MAN INTO KTKKN1TY
MIT II MMTKMON KK( KIl(i
KOYI) TO THK Oil. FIKI.bS
who olened the ineetiin;
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neighborhood knew who
us Uwy had lived tliciv
iTivctnr sal 1 he hud no idea
where the occupants had gone. The
si-urch for the missing money and
the mlsslnif bandit is now (.'entering
around Lake Worth.
Many clews have been found in
that vieinlly police said.
lVillns Texas .Jan. l.'i.-
l.utioii was visited upon
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to bo worse than any other stretch
of road in the countv.
only a Tlis MM-(.sl:on Wiis offered by Mr.
uainsev- rnvauso iii.inc(.s will not per-
mit the construction of an asphalt
or macadamized ro id of greater length
than Mix miles. .Mr. Hainsey Muted
that with the Rayou piece of road im-
proved It would lie possible to travel
over tlie entire road at all times us
: the balance of the road is still In fair
i condition and when finances pcrmil
Quick rctri- i the rest of the road could be improv-
one of six ed with materials of similar' ooiistruc-
mcn vln rubbed the
sob iMisti.i'l'Ice station
when Unfits Ocinonn
Jackson Streot ! lion.
explai"id that the purpose of Keitltm
the citi.ciis together for the discus-
sion was to give the commissioners an
he -a of what their opinion vvns rctrard.
Ini; Ibe bind of material and other
fit's cene rnlng the building of the j
ron.il. Mr. Taylor stated thai he do-'
sired the citizens to mnkc the dei is- '
iutl as to what should be done. U'' i
reviewed the activities in connection
with the road from the very begin- i
ninr at vim h time the federal rep.1
rescnlatives visited this vicinity up to
the i.resent time lie explained that
the government men had informed volent
him originally that unless the roan
would be built directly west of Ard-
Mf M EETl N G ANNUAL GROUP MEtTIMG
; CHAMBER OF CGMMERCElOF OKLAHOMA BANKERS
MONDAY AFTERNOON WILL BE HELD IN THIS
CITY. FRIDAY FEB. 18
The meeting culled
morrow ufternonn at
Commerce for the
for 4 o'clock to-
the Chamber of
purpose of dis-
moro to Hlngling federal aid would
here last night Mr. Ramsey stated Una it was the 1 nn he tortlicomimf. However in
of San Antutilo I purpose of the citizens of Ardmore ' govcrn'rent represetita'ive
a nl Foil Worth was killed in the
wrecking of the bandits' car near
Fort Worth according to announce-
ment at police heartiiuarti'iij today.
S. Scrivener who 1olice say
confessed to participation in the roll
out')' is in Jail here having sustained.. -.ens
slight injuries in the automobile
in every re
that the idea
ipeel to the
part of the j
of having a !
lo bo fair
which would be of benefit to all eiti-1 ties
of the county lie stated thut ! gravel
it would be folly to surrender the of- cel.-.
cussing plans relative to the T'ene-
Assoclation Is of Interest to
very citizen in Ardmore and repre
sentatives of various organizations noti-
fied to attend should be there with-
One of the most important step:
under consideration is to
ceded to the desires '. the ootniiiis-
ui..n..cu II". t lln. .n .1 1 built fl'OIIl
f.one drove to Healdton. Mr. Taylor j Kenevolent Association function undof
l... u......t.flul.. ..f 11... fli.itnh.... n
of asphalt or concrete construe-1 Mated that the original plans mid un-1 " - " '
. ... 1 .1 ......... .:.. ..m ti... i.i..-.l mil oil- Commerce. Another Is to eflect a
was in nave one oi ici iiiaiioncj i nei r-i....... is ...... .... .
v:u II:.. ) roud was to be ot I""" "J .wo...
u..t of asphalt or con-1 '""
he explained o.oi
Four of the bandits still tire fered govi rninent
Police announced at X o'clock this
inornln' thut V. S. Scrivener injured
m nn automobile wreck near Fort
Worth last night and suspected of
being a. participant in the Dallas sub-
post office robbery has been brought
nero from Fort Worth and was being
questioned lie Was first erroneously
identified as W. S Wroe officers said.
Police headquarters also announced
that the man killed In the automobile
accident was llut'us demons. First
reports identified him as W. M. May-
field. ; W .S. Scrivener alleged in have
confessed complicity in yesterday's
robbery of a sub-postofflce was taken
to Fort Worth this morning where
he promised to lead officers to four
of the bandits who still are at lib
erty. Ho was escorted by five Dallas I
detectives who said their prisoner
claimed to know where his four al-
leged comrades are in hiding.
1'oliee said they expected to make
u sensational arrest of the "master
mind" in the pnstoffieo holdup
logorj coi.iessiou. nils master niunl " i
officers said probably was ill" leader
in a recent wave of crime in this
section. "' 1
Twonty-elgbt thousand dollars most
of which was not negotiable b. cause
of mutilation taken from two legist-1
ered pouches the bandits secured at j
tun postoffloc' was divided between
the robbers nt the leader's homo hero
Int night according to the police. j
Police did not give details of the
robber) as given in Scrivener's pur-!
ported confession but said the man;
told them he and ("lemons had driven i
Into tho country at Lake Worth near :
Fort Worth to 'ditch" their portion
of the lo. I. On their way back to!
Fort Worth three hours after the
robbery the automobile turned over
was broken and Scrivener was pinned
beneath the car. About .110.000 wus
1'M.t.l-j.rMt frnm Sinrivr... .... nn.l l1..m..na !
when Forth Worth officers reached
Little nook. Ark.. Jan. 14. Pat
Murphy ex-convict killed In an au-
tomobile accident near Fort Worth
. Tcxn lust night had two gun fights
with Little Hock officers in Feb.
191.". and his capture was rffected
by Night Jaibr Clarence F.vans after
the officer nad broken Murphy's leg
with a shot from his revolver.
After .Murphy and his confederate
had perpetrated several daring roh-
bricii in Texas officers received tips
that )io win d.sposing of stolen prop
erty through a "fence" here. Later
they learned lie came here.
f'ollce Chief !!.'('. Kotclierry sue.
eeoded in rwoverlng two diamond
rings and a valuable wnteh which
Murphy had disposed of through the
"fence." Murphy however refusal
lo testify aguinsi his confederate ami
no further am -l was made.
One of the dlamong rings was re-
covered at a pawn shop while the
olh. r was taken from a local buil-
!. mail Who bad purchased it.
When Murphy was lal.cn back to
Texas f.r tial he was euiri.d oil a
Aiilmore Ib'fraN Sulphur
Ardmoi" high iinintet defeated Sul-
phur Dummies last night In the Ard.
moie p) in. in ii" of the prettiest
game of :l;e rcnon.
The seor w.u 1S4 to J5.
Firl ward defeated S.eoid vvnra ii
SHOE DEALERS DECIDE
LOSS AND PUSH TRADE
appropriation of i by the fai t that Ibe .ids and speei-
fieati i s which have .been receivci
labeled project 16 In A and W;
original siieclflcations being l'i.
bids on graeel o;m miction and
otlei 16A and 1C. special bid:'
H)rcifications on other materials
showing that they Vere brought into
consideration later. "I5y hook or by
crook" stated the commissioner "the
asphalt .company lias submitted its
bid sinte tho rlans were originally
drawn providing for gravel.
"Once you give up your money
and l)Uilc'i a road of concrete or as-
phalt" stated the commissioner "you
will have to always come back to the
company which' builds it for repair
and other material and so you are
actually bound to them."
Commissioner Taylor explained that
he was most desirous of obtaining
federal aid on the proposition but
that it was a question as to whether
or not the county would get It if H
were to construct tho road of gravel
even though it was tho original plan.
commissioner explained that the
could be built almost the entire
have six miles of i )jstaneo of gravel with the county
finances available at the present time
provided that the government plans
wire modified. N
Ar.othir citizen of Healdton who
spoke strongly in favor of a gravel
road wan W. S. Uimbcy. lie express-
ed tho appreciation of tho citizens of
the oil field towns for the work which
the commissioners are doing prais-
ing them in high terms for what
they have done and assuring the co-
operations of the citizens In their
work in the future. Mr. Hlinboy stat-
ed thnt the citizens of Healdton will
do anything which the commissioners
desire that they do "whether it re-
quires conscietico or not." ''In the
argument jivcr this road" he said
"we have no conscience." Ho stated
Hint the people of the town where
he lived were strongly in favor of
taking wlint money the county has
nnd building the. best road possible
spoke in favor
He Ptatcd that
would "stick to
Milwaukee. Wis. .1.1)1. 1.. Or-
der approximating I lofl.Oim.Oon
.vverv Jilimd luring the four day
'hi ve.i of the enliven;!. n of th"
National ! Kct.illrr oel.i-
'Inn uccc.rdiiig t.i .la tin I. Orr
pci'Cidel.!. Tbe'iTi'atiial.on cum-
priw t'ie l.t I'.'.Ourt nn Ilib.'tv
H. '.'Ord.t.g to II. t TwAle. c. CJ
lHi e rel.'ii V.
Til" htixlicj m .Mtiii'nt inch
nietild Up ML Ibe i MM lllit.ll W.IS
ery inci.'.it.ig'.ni? l'nldei.l orr
id. ' l;etn:i'M will now iititli'ijto
their requirement and wlnw f..e
torle Mill iihi up. S'.oioly em-
I. .ement (or vorker lil reiml;.
IteUilem Will tmW ilVefagl tiieir
I.jimm. n tanmr Mil nianurne-
lurem tiuve Oonf Rod liurine lll
proiii on ait -ven ki-cl."
J 170000 to match the county funds
avniluMo for the construction of the
road and squander tho bulunee of
the money which the county now ls
on hand on a gravel roud. (It will
be remembered that the federal au-
thorities have informed tho county au-
thorities thnt they do not favor gravel
road construction). .
"Wo should follow the Judgment of
lit'en who know how to build roads
and tlie government engineers know i
how" Mr. Hamsey said. "For the!
past HO years the engineers of the
highway department of the govern-
ment has studied road conditions and
if they slate that gravel is not ad-
visable for the local road then we
should follow their advice and build
of some other muterlal."
Speaking of thos high ' cost of as-
phalt and concrete road construction
at the present time Mr. Hamsey stat-
ed thnt it wan due chiefly to the
high freight rates and that there is
not much possibility of any rcduc-
I tion in tho cost of the construction d I The
un such roads for some time to come. ! road
ai- l...tr... ... It.it.A ulv
pood permanent road" suid Mr. Kam-
pey "than a makeshift gravel road
which cannot be traiveled at all at
this time of the year."
! Frank Mo.i'hail of this city but
formerly a resident of AVlrt spoke of
jthe time when the road project was
I first brought up at which time the
I subject of f.sleral aid was also first
'mentioned that all were in favor of
a concrete read. He remarked that
it would be the height of foolishness
to make an agreement witK the state
and federal authority s and then back
out. However; it was Mr. Mel'liiiil
who tit the cloie of the meeting in-
troduced the motion favoring a gravel
wad nnd asking for the appointment
of t'.ie committee to cooperate With
f.ie commissioners to gain federal aid
for a gravel road
ltussill l'.rown. former county at-
eorroborated the stateiuenis of
.Mr. n.'.insey emphasizing the inn
that '.Ho money which the conunls-
Hi.aurs have en haivl to expert! on
'.he road was origin illy obtained with
the provision that it be used with
federal aid appropriation. He stated
that In the pas: a Fi"t deal of the
county funds had been spent on roads
by people supervising the work who
know nJ.hing about roads. Including
himself 5 nd others. He nsk.-d if It
was i.ot ;!.. Intention of all concerned
b have the money spent intelligently!
r. fcrrnar to the fact uhnt unlker gov-
ernment and :a:e supervision tho
ciuiotructlon of the ro.id would lie car-
ried on in the most efficient manner.
Me expressed his opinion as being In
favor of the concrete or whor form
o." hard-urfaoe road calling attention
to i!u f.ct .:h:ii;' the traffic on the
proposed highway would be the iheav-
i. . in the southwest with the fio.
MLlc i-xeepiloti of one o:her voad.
After the ..pinions of those favoring
:he h.ii'd-Mii face roud 'bad been heard
repieM-uiaiivi s from tli western part
of i ho county all if whom were for
a ii:i'. of gi-ivcl cot!Strue;ion. x-
pr. t;elr vl. w s.
11. A. I'.iird. attorney of ltcaldioll
MV.d bat be repri-Scliied the people
of that town. lie lApressoil their
views a'' being unanimously in favor
of a gi.iv.l r..;ol which would extend
from l..ne r.rove ;o I.-aldton and as
opposed to any slx-mlle rlr.-tnh of
real a' Hewitt or anywhere else. H
i!!ilii.-l the absolute necessity of
. o otrueiln- the hcrhw.iy W.thout fur-
tb. r dela;-. In that the pr.-s. nt thor-
'.nghf iro is now ro torn up that l. l
r.eu'.y imi'ifsahlc. ll r'ferrol :o
ibe citiwim cf t.ie oil fields us the
pe-.;.. "whi an- paying t'.ir.'e-flfih
of the ud v.ilori rr tax of C.ir er coun-
ty and '.tc tlierfo!o n'i:iel to just
coic ld. r.ii "on In il. calPig the form of
construction of th" tv.id and h'r
it sii.i. i;o." Mr. H.ilrd motilbne.l
many illus nations of gravel roads
which had be.-n very good as Silghways
and Mhli-h in many Instances sur-
I pil and outlived concrete and other
! forms of loads. He IllelikhllU'd the
I f.ii t ilia It is Impossible lo repair the
I pre vrit i it bts-ause of tho soft f.ir-
lutition wbii h exists In many parti j
' of it. tin. I as i nsull .:h. coniiuuoiis i
IW1V. Winch ai-e il'.pareiy. ihiouglio'lt i
! the ro olhc.l h ue tn ver been able ."i I
I . I
1 1... i e pa i re. i. fitmull cotietrte r i..-
'jii:ilt be laid owt Miich formation as
jthi'. Ii" tioinie.l nt. r. would sink
In mhii plac. h nd lin ak and cause
lull kind of tumble and defective road
which con!. I hot he repaired tiruvl
On the other hand explainel lr.
Itaird couit bo filled In every 'itnej
11 charity work will
uiiilcr one department head in
to do away with the present
conditions were several organizations
an- said to he doing the work Which
should come only under the supervis-
ion of Mrs. Julius Kahn president of
the IVncvolont Association.
When this plan is perfected It
means the doing away of a continual
call for charity from various sources.
This does not include In any respect
the nppeals made for the Ardmore
Day Nursery and Includes only such
nets of charity that would come ordi-
narily under the Benevolent Asso-
olation. Organization representatives nre
earnestly requested to meet with Mrs.
Ktihn whether a verbal notice is re-
ceived or not. Those to whom special
request Is made are: Mrs. C. O.
Squires secretary of "The Carter
county chapter Red Cross; the presi-
dents of the Kiwanls Kotary Lions
Ladles of the Leaf Ferndale Review
Delphnin Chapter; Mayor Freeman
Captain Maggie Nobbs of the Salva-
tion Army H. S. Oardenhire exalted
ruler of Klks; James P.arron secre-
tary of the Chamber of Commerce
ami others Interested In the work.
Clroup five of the Oklahoma Bankers
Association of which W. W. Jeter
viee-presaiont ot .tho State National
aiank is chairman will meeit in an
nual convention In Aiilmore On F'rl-
ila February IS itccording to an-
nouncement made K.iturdn'y.
Mr. Jeter suites that he expects as
many as 250 bankers of this group
which comprises southern Oklahoma to
be In ;.:leiiilanco. Hankers from Mc-
Alester A.la. lurunt Hugo Valllant
and iiher cities will be here. It Is
.rlso planned that the wives of the
bankers lit Invited and t special Jiro-
t'raiu of entertainment be arranged In
tbrir lienor details of that matter to
'.e di cided upon later
Speakers for !'ho occasion will be
fitrnisl.ir by the .-date organisation
Mr. Jeter said adding that usually
bankers ot national n promlnnnce at-
tenueO the meetings and delivered ad-
The Oklahoma Bankers association
Is divided Into five gn ups ftich group
ho'Jiag annual meutlngs during the
month of February oad Joining In a
str-'.e meeting In May. At lihn meeCing
jf 'he fifth . grou ) three yeara ago
in this el'ty lr. Jeter who was then
res ing ut Bosw . i.s elected sec-
retary. Later he served as vice-president
and is now chairman. S. G.
Bryan of McAlester Is vleo-chairman
and S. K. Harnett of Valllan't Is secretary-treasurer.
The mooting of the bankers promises
to be one of the most Important con-
ventions Ardmoro will have d'urlng
1D21 nnd every effort will be put forth
.to have the meeting a splendid success.
TEMPEST IN TEAPOI
BOILS IN THE STATE
vice-president of tho
Hank of Ardmore.
of the gravel road.
If the commissioners
it" and signify their
Intention of constructing the road of
L-ravel. the I government would even
tually aid in
1 lea Id-
He mentioned many exampl. s of tn"
fine manner in which gravel reals
throughout the state are holding up.
A. .1. Walker superintendent
Iokla Oil and (las Company at
ton stated that In Ids belief
nhnlt bids had boon entered
sideration "by crook." referring to
Commissioner Taylor's remark that
it was done "by hook or by crook."
He impressed the assemblage with
the fact that the people of the oil
r...ll were entitled to a ro.kd
! wanted it. "Clve US a road"
his concluding remark.
' Among others who spoke on the
1 ...i.i....i in n vi tv Interesting man-
' in r were: Col. Sidney Sucks
j Scivally. W. P. lliggins. Col.
Gregory James 1'.. Tallaf. rro.
i Poll .. I; J W. N'ewcombe .hu-k
During the discussion Col. Sidney
n.M4 Hti'i.mdv resented tlie remarks
of several of the speakers who r
red to the entry of the asphalt
d. rs as having pn si tiled lb
ne.i.. "bv hiKik or by er-Mik."
Ntnled that Carter county ha
ii. n finest astdinlt deposits in
world and that these deposits
have been used by the
who bid on the nsphnlt
Firuotlon had they
Oklahoma City Jan. 14. The State
Historical Society hefd a lively moot-
ing here a few days 'ago. It was mark
ej by a clash between forces frliunlly
to '.:he present management of die so-
ciety and those who neck U is rcpottil
ta oust' lihose in charge of tho active
work of tho organization
The office uimcl nt were those held
jiow by W. P. Campbell custodian and
J. It. Thoburti secre.'.ary.'
The titno for dealing with ihese of-
flcrs U at the slimmer mee.;lng fol-
lowing tlie adjournment of the legisla-
ture according to Judge Tom iKtyle
vice president of the society.
Hostile forces however sonpTil to
Jiave this mirier taken up at the meet-
ing this week.
Judge Dole was one ot those who
oriwsed such a move; he charged
li'it the nice Ing was "tracked": tilt
U'.ose v.a'.in fie fight on C.impbeli !
iii.d ThoV:i'n Ind In.lu I meuihers of j
the society from various p.ir:s ..f the
state to attend this mceiii.g and lend j
. lie strength of t ..lr votes to the
ousting niovnneiil. YJiis v.as the flrl
time in 3d 'years such i ivilr.g hud
happened in this society Judge Kyle
When it came ;o a vn'e the 'inti-
ndmlnlstnition" clement fulled r.o
mtis'.cr the ex pent. 1 sil!iMirt and the
matter of electing custodian ir. se -e-tary
was pn: off until '.he June meet-
ing. A woman einployi I by the histor-
ical depirtnieni sonic mouths ngo
l'i said l. be leading th" nppn:it..n to
t'linpbell and Thoburn.
Brady & Pennington's
on classified page.
BRITISH DIPLOMAT HAS
POSITIVE VIKWS OS
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control of any that might bo left to
A:ustrla! It is common knowledge
that bolsheviks have made elaborate
preparation to utilize Vienna as the
center of activity and propaganda.
They expect their c.vmpoJgn In this
part of tho world will synchronize
wl.ihi tlie disappearance of tho central
povernni'-nt vof Austria and sprcna
thence to everj- country of Europe.
"f am convinced 'th w. provinion of
part of the J.100000000 raid by th
Austrian section of tho reparations
commission can safely be regarded as
economic Insurance ns compared with
the expenditure In whjch !he gov-
ernment might b Involved In the event
of the collapse of Austria. ThiVo prob-
ably never was a. momen'.t In the Ms'-
tories of the French and British gov-
ernments when It was more difficult
to find money. The Issue however Is
no: merely whether we can afford the
money L-i.t. wlie her wo also can afford
to f ice tho a'.ernatlve."
BE HALF OWNER IN
THE HITTER COMPANY
form of con-
been awarded the
He staled that the asphalt
In great demand by Texas
OF AMKKtt'AN 01 I K i;
Manila Jan. 1.".. Admiral Allien
ClenVoS. C niliislldet ill chief of tllP
American fin I. w'th a court of Inquiry
will depart toiiiorr.tvv for Vlndiviw.uk
io invesiiuate tho ivcent killing tf
Lleul. Wirren II. Imgdon chief en-
srineer of the V. S. S. Albany by a
dapuncm sentry he announced today.
Frank Helve)' has purchased an un-
divided one.hftlf Interest In the busb
no of Ciscar Rltter on West Broad-
way und the name of the firm will
he known as Rltter A Company. Mr.
ll.lvey was In the automobile acres-
; sory business In this city for thre
. or four yeiirs and h has a large
i acquaintance over the city. Rltter &
j Company occupy a new building in
.a business district that Is Just open-
I Ing up In the city nnd nre well equip-
ped to lake care of their customers.
Oklahoma CI y
trodtlced In st i
W. R. Walbc.
Senate renin lor. in.
. JePlsliiMir-1 to unsriit
Here From OMnlinnm City
Walter W.vatt. of the state senate
clerical fon-e cume down from Oklu-
boina City Saturday mondng and will
remain over today tho ruest of hia
father George H. Wyntt managing
ditor cf The Ardmorelte and of his
cousin Shi rwood Owens of 331 C
"tivet. He will return to Oklahoma
It was vctv evident tint as the I
iliscussiop was nearing in end. the
trend of thouuhl of nil .r sent. In-
cluding those who had come to the
Allrird r.Kurikln Slain
Hn Fpr n. Jim. IS. 41. N. Uurk
liurt. ad..d to huvo killed ill wife
itit-y M irtln Ilurkhnrt. n. nr Mount
Uv rrrrntiy. ws killed by n deputy
hHff Imi tight rn-nr Ulvnnwoxst
flt ttccordhit to id rtHivc4 hero
IlurkhArt wu Mhstlmi arrest when
I -ted nl killed. It is mI.I.
rOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Ol NO MIN winl rod mmlrrn
rmn; mut b mithwel r nnrtli
wt. xtt rlM In. I'hoiie 3.
"WD lra irtint
tlfn FbLH Mii.
A i plv
th" h Its Oppeur.'d and at
Men'lor.lnjr tho f .V rnl t.ld project
Mr. Itiinl stated that If the govern-
ment nuld refuse to aid the county
if I' desired to bui'.l the road of
em-el. then there Mould not l.e min-h
los for .tln plans cimlil be chnugil
ntj.l the ro't.l bu It w.lli es inoney
irvrn though it wvuM be narrower
and nbng the old
Mr. ttitr.l vr.n very :nphatio dur-
ing his closing renin iks. nt;i' Ing that
It Wns rvnllv the road of the HnlJ-
Inn and Wilson tipl" nnd .that oth-
ers "should keep their bunds off."
The ll.iil.1ton attorney sske In a
very MrilrhtfimvsM mnnttor. nnd
Hntonstmte.l to the loteroblage thnt
If th llesie. .f Ibn pe.ie of Mio
wesirrn purt of th" county us lo the
eopmi tHMiui of the road of ur.iVil
ere not er-mlerl he pc.ip'e ef
f '.l"t Would tieirr p.-imit th" real
trt le tlllilt of ol In e loMet 'ii.
Vintu'-litiu T.loi ilttliinati if
meeting for the imrpose of oppos.iig
the project of constructing the road
of gravel was forming Itself Into
tho same channel namely that of
building Ibe road of gravel and gel.
ting the f.dirat aid. If imsslble ex-
ercising all influence available to do
so. If the federal aid Is not forth-
coming the load will be built With
...ii.ll filial!.'... W ilh iiiii.bfii aliof.s of
jibe gov. lament specifications
j It was in. lei d U silt prise to tunny
'that the gi.veitlllietil has lit-ital.d to
'aid the financing of n gravel load
1 for it Is a l.movn fact that rid-inl
tuid has been obtained In '"' coll.
strut tion of ninny griivil r.nnis
throughout Oklahoma end other
Should the federal aid 1m- refused.
A Business Man
fliiall j .niy !an build the Kinvel
i road ut II lost of lltit'.MO. according ;
to futures coniplled ! tin- loillil)
The meeting was Inten stlng IhroUth-
out. ulld conducted III II very orderly
manner. The three comml'tiotiers io-
cupud sents on fie J.i.lite's plni-
forin Willi" the others were seated
throuchont the room. In the July
seats wiltiess stiind. lind belylies.
f IVKSTOCK MARKET
OklahoniH Citv. Okla. .Inn. 15 Fai-
lle. leeelptM 111111'kel tlOtnlPnl;
tteee (;. n.;oj tows tl to l:
leif.i. n lo $;: i.uii". t i. l':
ulo 1 I.) i.
lloJ. lb . . .. Is .".II nun lo t Sti ildv
l"; hnivles I'l.TTl lo .i; tll.dllllll
l:'i ti f n : ph. it iiiixi.l s.so io
i s . p... ( t:
- - . -
a rule cannot spare
much lime for lunch. He
won't have to . if he
lunches here. We have a'
number of npocinl diMhe
ready to be served at once
without waiting. Stop in
and try one of these spe-
cial lunchc!. You'll find
it thoroughly enjoyable in
every way nnd very reas-
onable in price.
Table dc Hote
Puree Ala Jackson
hauco Ala I'tirmese
Tea Milk or Coffee
Spinach and F.jk
The New Whittinston Cafe
12 4 West M a in
Spring '21 mode
in frocks and
TOD A Y!
rare charm and
only a Rosenthal
frock can display
-bodices in surplice and semi-fitting:
-elbow and three-quarter length
-skirts are chiefly tunic styles:
still short (9 to 10 inches from
-square and round necks
of nice quality Taffeta; the sort
that lends itself to effective de-
signing collars and cuffs of eyelet em-
broidered Orjrandies self mate-
rials and contrasting color Che-
skirt tunics have 1 it-inch ruf-
fles abjo nre scalloped have
.straiKht line embroidery and
Chenille or silk Floss; some tu-
nics of all-over eyelet embroid-
ery. sizes I I 10 18 36 38 40.
To fully appreciate
these frocks you
must see the nice-
ties of workman-
.ship in them.
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Easley, John F. Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 81, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 16, 1921, newspaper, January 16, 1921; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc158725/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.