Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 154, Ed. 1 Monday, April 11, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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MONDAY APRIL 11 1921
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"MUBur.ii " .Tt TI!lL
TESTIFIES IN Ml KUr.K TKl.il
Houston. TexasTil "VrS 4
sensational Carl Parker .nurdcr uul
yvent to its third day to.lay the state
laced Flora Moore known a. the
-jKbl.ed haired girl" on he stand to
testify that Parker fired the shots ha
killed Mortie Conroy. 22 years JJ rent
ear driver on February 3.
The girl denieU Parker's statement
that she had "doped" whisky and g.veh
" to him. He had .aid that he was
. .. iih nni remember If
JAMES BARRON IS
CALLED TO CONFER
WITH GOVERNOR ON
MATTERS OF STATE
representative business men of the state
without regard to political affiliations
to meei with me Monday afternoon at 2
o'clock to consider the situation we are
left In as the result of the adjournment
&T.VIF. TRKMlil.lNt; OV E1H.K
OK ANAKl'HY WIlll.K fOI.1T-
II AL OAMK IS H.AKl
(OuutinueJ from Page Otie)
warr.td former Kmperor William and
TaU ate without fund.-. These children
uie chaise of the flute. The Republi-
can l.uty that has always pretended
to love the negroes failed to triv u
crust of bread to these children and
the cliances are that they will have to
b sent back to the counties from which
would rather have uiuichy in this state (
than to have the present election law.
Prime AJelbert of Its upprouch.
The ex-empress became unconscious
and her breathing fainter and fainter
until ut 6 o'clock signs of life had
The ex-emperor stood at the bedside
With bent head as death cume to his
consort and he remained In the room
for some time afterward.
If the people of this state do not take
matters in hand and do what their
legislature failed to do there will be
of the legislature without passing neces-
sary emergency measures.
"The situation is critical and I most
earnestly solicit your counsel and ad-
vice. A definite course of action must
be agreed upon immediately
'1 had a conference today with rep-
resentative editors and I trust you will
be here Monday if at ull possible."
Signed J. B. A. Robert son governor of
the state ot Oklahoma.
Mr. Barron expects to return to Ard-
more Tuesday morning.
Cleveland Hundreds of delegates
Linl alternates .are here to uttend the
second ungual convention of the na-
tional league of women voters which
opens a week's session today.
anarchy. We are ready to nlvc tur
whole soul to a work that will do uvay I
with a politkal legislative body for the;
Mate ot Oklahoma. i
Up ot the special interests th.it are or-
Kainzrd 10 Influence IffisluUon the
i hit J huuse ulways has plenty of liquor
and plenty of women to corrupt every
man who can be corrupted ami as long
as a Ktnte depends upon this kind of
an organization fur its laws it will not
have ver many good ones and very
lVw people will have respect for lhe
laws that atv enacted.
Tli" stale of Oklahoma has more
money in its treasury than it ever hud
before but it is a ti lony to use a dol-
lar of it to buy medicine or food for
the union soldiers in the state home
because the Republican majority in the
house failed nd refused to make any
of this money available by legislative
The statement is made that the re-
publicans wanted to force the IK'tiio
crats to i hanye the- election las of iht
stale and they demonstrated that they
l-'hlt.MKK KVI'HKSS 01"
CKK.UWY iii:i litis
miiiimm; in iioi.i.am
(Continued from T'ai;e One
l'cnver. t'ol. A plan to combat what
he termed "a nation-wide move for the
open shiip" which he alleged is being
carried -n by employers) throughout
the country is bring formulated by
leaders of the American Federation of
Labor according to an announcement
here today by John V. Hayes secretary-treasurer
of the International Ty-
nr"r:itihieal Union. Publicity not
James P.arron secretary Ardmore
Chamber of Commerce went to Oklaho.
ma City yesterday afternoon in respons
to a message from (lovermr Hobertson
who called a special meeting of a fcrnup
of representative business men from
over tne state with whom he met In
i onfereitce thin afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The governrr's .message to .Mr. Kar-
roo was as follows:
"1 am inviting you and about 20 other
"crazy uruim - .
he fired the fatal shot. Hhe said I that
she had nothing to do with any whisky
ho also denied that any threat had
been made against Parker y the tnt
cr driver or that she had warned
Parker ayainst tlanger.
Tremend..us interest has been aroused
here by the case and the court rooui la
packed witX "murder fans."
The time is here fur the people to
l'aru u few lessons and to apply these
lemons to a practical siiliitiuii of ihe
press. tt adjust the patient to a more
As the day broke breathing became
still more difl'ieult for the failing pa-
tient and her pulse jrrew weaker.
It was then evident to the physician."
thai the end was niiir :m I Dr. llaesiier
More than :p)0 deaf and dmnh and
orphan negro ehiUlren in a home at
! strikes may become i ur fcitire slogan"
; Mr. Hays said.
Mak Ardmore the "Home Cif ot Sorilwcgt i
THERE IS NO BETTER PLACE IN THE WORLD TO
NOW IS THE OPPORTUNE TIME TP'
" BUILD A HOME"
An Investment in Happiness The Satisfaction of Home Ownership
"Everything for lhe Builder" .
WE CARRY A STOCK OF:
Carney's bricklayers cement.
Pittsburgh Perfect Fence
liirtl & Son's 10-year guarantee
Corner Washington and Broadway
I El II ft rTim
MENTBEHINDaTHE STATE BANKS
Among skilled wolkers. men of
the buildiPK trudes take first rank
perhaps next only to the farmers
their calling is of more vital worth
lo a rapidly growing commonwealth
than that of any other body of
Kverv man. woman and child is
indebted to them for protection
from the elements. They construct
homes churches schools stores
warehouses factories and office
Kfhind every state bank are the
industry and the savings of th
builders doing their purl for pro-
gress and prosperity.
No Depositor has ever Lost a Dollar in a State
Bank in Oklahoma.
The City State Bank Ardmore Oklahoma
WE ARE FOR HOME BUILDING IN ARDMORE
And for anything that
will make Ardmore a bet-
ter place in which to live.
Chickasaw Furniture Company
Office Phone 1021 Residence Phone 13S0
T. E. SNELSON
Ardmore Investment Company
Chickasaw Heights Addition
Lots and Building Sites
Make your new home a lasting pleasure. Healthy and convenient.
Is your sanitary appliances. Let Us help you in this matter. Our long
vears experience is worth something to you in arranging your HATH
ROOMS SINKS HEATERS etc. We are anxious to serve you. Our
efforts is to combine Efficiency Quality and Service.
U 1 UUiTUJllUJ
S. A. WEEKS Manager
21 South Washington St.
ELECTIONS WILL BE
HELD ON MAY 10 AND
Tlii' primary eloctiou to stlfct candi-
ululrs for five commissioners one from
(riicli ward unci one at large will be
lild on Tin sday .May in unil the gen-
eral fcloction .May "4.
All cnndklatesi must file with the .see.
ri lury of the county election boar J not
more than "0 days or les than 10 days
).l'ore the primary election in order to
have their names appear on tho offi-
cial ballot. The register will be at the
office of W'ulter Thompson .secretary
of the board
The last date upon which one may
fil- will be April :I0. at niidnlifht. Tho
rvwisier will bo open on April 20.
In all probability the ipresent city
commissioners will be candidates for the
fame place under the managerial form
and It is practically pertain that the
present mayor will be lhe fifth man on
Whether there are others in the city
who will malie an effort to get on the
board at the election is not known ut
this time' but it has been hinted that
t litre are aspirants who wouli like to
be numbered among the members of
lhe city's official family.
over coffee shop
and dining room at
I. .McCarthy of this city has pur-
1 based the "Offee Shop" located in the
Hotei Ardmore an I assumed fu'.l
chaw yesterday. Mr. McCarthy will
lontlnuu to conduct the establishment
in tile excellent and sanitary manner in
which it has been run during the past
ji tul has arranged the price schedule so
as to meet popular demand.
In addition to the cafe Mr. McCarthy
will serve meals in the dining nxm of
the hotel J u ring il hours of 11:30
2 p. m. and 5.30 to S:30 p. in. daily.
The cafe will be open to the public be-
tween the hours of i:30 a. nt. to 9 p. m.
daily serving meals at ull hours.
Banquet service will be a specialty of
the new management.
The kitchen equipment of the Coffee
Shop Is among the most modern and
i.omplete in the city. No expense lia
been scared In obtuining tin best of
uten.ils and other things necessary for
the preparation of first class fo(Jj.
LIGHT FROST BUT NO
Another light frost fell over this sec-
tion lust night but o far no reports of
('aniage have been received and It i
thought thai tVe frojt did no harm to
fr.ilt anJ vegetation.
The continued cold went her has not
been conducive to rapid growth of any
eietuble matter and lias damaged the
fruit crop to Rome extent in vurlous
I arts of the county. Some localities re-
port no damage und the prospect for a
I eavy fruit crop good while other
points report a complete failure on uc
i ount of the frosts.
Gardeners ore uppri chn!ive about the
forecasted cold wave lor this section
teginnmg the ls:h an J are delaying
wardens on the mrcntMh of the report.
Woerx Brothers florists hove oeverul
contracts for flower gardens for priv-
ate Individuals and public parks but no
lur have refused to set tliein out wait-
ing until th weather becomes settled
before taking ft chanco on a late freeze.
HI.SV I'OLICK MK'ATK
A I TO TlllriVKV KINi
Tulsa. Okla. April 11. With the ur-
rest yeslerJay of Kd I'iguel ond Jeft
siunfieid in a ehack near r.ergs nut
the recovery of three iMolen cars.
County Investigator Hay says he has
obtained the eecoml link in the chuln
which lie is forging around the "ring"
of Par thieves which Is eald to liav
carried on most of the automobile thefts
here for many months.
J'iqnet and PttinfleU are now In the
county Jail awaiting preluninary
hearing when charges against them ur
I repared nd filed. Hays claims that
thri men are connected with C. O.
Brady now nlso under arrest In the
county Jail who I charged with having
been Implicated in the theft and die-
liosul of automobile here while an "un-
der cover" man of the police force.
OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS
Has been loaned by us in Ardmore in the last six years to help buy
and build homes.
ARDMORE NEEDS MORE HOMES .
If you are thinking of building and need some of the money come in
and talk over our loan proposition with us.
PEOPLES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
8 West Main-Ardmore Okja. Phone 3-U
G. p. SELVIDGE B. W. DUKE
General Manager Secretary
We pay 6 per cent on money left 3 months or longer
Our Electrical Fixtures Will Make
Your Home More Beautiful
Let us wire your house and install your
We have a wonderful display of beautiful
electrical fixtures and we invite you to come fk
down ana look them over.
Electrical fixtures are the very latest in
SQUIRES ELECTRIC COMPANY
G West Main Phone 601
Bivens Corhn and Frensley
Diamond Edge and Keen Kutter
"NONE BETTER MADE"
We Sell the Famous
Excelsior and Glazier Sanitary Northern Refrigerators
All kinds of tin and sheet iron work everything to be found
in a first class shop. Friends of the business 24 years ago are
24 MILL STREET
R. C. McKIDDY
We offer for sale a select list of beautiful homes. We can
also supply your wants in vacant lots. Let us show you.
Phone 22. . ...
12654 West Main St. .
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