The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 181, Ed. 1, Monday, December 17, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Monday December 17 1936
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
TO FIGHT THE STANDARD.
IS MAKING INQUIRIES.
Polls Clee Tomorrow (or Election of
Directors of Insurance Companies.
Now York Dec. 17. Tlie polls In
the election of directors of the Mu-
tual Life ami Now Yorl; Mfe Insurance
coiniNUiles which have been open
slneo October 18 will close tomor-
row. Thousands of ballots are be-
ing received today omelals of both
companies declate a victory for the
administration tickets Is certain
while the International rollcyholders'
committee has given out statements
tiqually confident. Hearts fron.
many states contain estimates of large
majorities for tlio administration
forces Hinl It Is Kcnerally lielleed
that If the rollcyholJers' committer
Is successful In Its fight. It will be a
far less declsho victory than was an-
t!clteil early In the battle. I : very
lxssllile effort Is being matle by both
parties to tho controversy to secure
n lioavy vote today.
The new Insurance law contains a
chaise providing for tomorrow's eld-
lion which Is In part as follows: "On
ii.!(t December 18 1808 the annual
meeting of every mutual Insurance
corporation shall he hold and an
entire new board of directors shall
then be elected. The elections shall
lie under the supervision of the stala
nuiiorlntendent (if Insurance who shall
nppolnt at least three policyholders of
c.ich corporation to act as Inspector-thereof."
National Refining Company Gains
New Orleans Doc. IT. Tho Na-
tional Heflnlng (Nmipato nf Cleveland
Ohio has gained a powtiful fuothold
In the statu of MIsKlsalppI In Its Hunt
against the Standard Oil. V. M. WII-
bourne manager has succeeded In
rounding up u formidable opiKisltlnn
to the trust and has started n war
that lias spread through sevoral
states. A distributing plant and equip-
ment Ims been established lit Mississ-
ippi and It Is announced from Jackson
tonight that a similar campaign will
immediately be Inaugurated In Arkan-
sas Indian and Oklahoma Territories
and In Texas. I'lans are now In band
for the plants for these states and
tho territories. Manager Wllliourne
left for Memphis last night to go In
Utile Hock where the first attack
will lie made In the Standard Oil ter-
ritory west of the river.
If you have n cltltenshlp claim pend-
ns nnd arc not yet enrolled or have
ether busltiow before the Interior De-
partment wrlto Immediately to WII-
lam V. Wright registered attorney.
Unices Washington Ixwin & Trust
llulldlng Washington 1). 0.
WRAPPED IN SNOW.
Oklahoma Takes on a Winter Aspte'
Oklahoma City 01c Dec. 10. Th'
heaviest snowstorm thl.i early In tho
season In tho history of Oklahoma
has been in progress here since 10
o'clock today. Snow Is falling homi-
ly tonight and tho storm has already
caused n delay to Ilock Island trains
from the wost one train being retri-
ed eight hours late. Street car traf-
fic has been Interrupted. A telegram
was received here today by officials
of tho Itock Island railway from May-
or lOciiol of Mangum Ok. which stntod
that a coal famine had existed for
some tlmo nnd that the entire city
was almost without fuel. The mcs-
page urged that con I be shipped there
nt once as Krent suffering would re-
sult should tho weather got any cold
In the United States Court In tho
Indian Territory Southern District:
W .1). Irby. plaintiff vs. Jowol
Irby. defendant. No. 0860.
Tho defendant Jowoll Irby Is
warned to appear In this court In
thirty days and answer the complaint
of tho plaintiff W. 1). Irby.
Witness tho Hon. Hosoa Town-
send Judge of said court and tho
seal thereof this lltli day of Decem-
(Seal) C. M. OAMl'lIHI.Ii
Ily W. 3. CItOCKKTT iiopuly.
II. A. Led better attornoy.
S. II. Duller Aly. for non-res.
l'lrst published Dec. II 190C.
Interstate Commerce Commission Se-
cret Service Man Busy.
MeAlcster. I. T. Dec. 16. There Is
a I'nlted States secret service agent
In Indlnn Territory His n.tme Is John
lAMlgorwcxxl and he came to this
country ostensibly to hmk Into car
shortage and grain shipments; but
nunc r has It that there aro some re-
balers using the railroads lu this
country to whom most of his atten-
tion wilt be directed.
Hlght at this stage of the game tho
matter Is In the "It Is said" Htage:
but developments are promised with-
in a few days timt wilt make a good
Mr. I.edgerwood Is also the secret
agent cf the Interstate eotnmercs
committee and as such has ben dig-
ging up matters in regard Hi ship-
ments which will be the basis of mure
than one nrosecution by the various
district attorneys. It sema at last that
the government has determined to
put down unjust discriminations.
Madden sells Toys for less.
SHAH'S CONDITION UNCHANGE i
75000 fruit treoa all kinds Ardmcro
Nurserv. Phone 03. S&wk
Notice Is hereby given that tho
regular annual meeting of the stoct-
holders of the Ardmore National I.'.mk
of Ardmore I. T for tho pitrposo ot
electing nine directors to servo the
ensuing year will be held tin Tues-
day January 8th 1907 at tho Olllce
of said bank between tho hours ot
10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. ni.
(1. W. STUART. Cashier
Ardmcre I. T.. Dec. S. 190C.
Heir Apparent to Persian Throne Ar-
rives In Teheran.
Teheran. Dec. 17. The condlfon of
the Shah Is unchanged. All Mn-as.1.
heir apparunt to the throtio arilvud
In Teheran at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
Ho was met outside the city by the
Persian War Minister. Nalli 15s flalla-
noh a brother of the Shah who warm-
ly welcomed him and together thoy
drove to the palace where they aro
now with the Shah.
- WARNING ORDER.
In tho United State Court In the
Indian Territory Southern District:
Meldle uno plalLtlfT vs. O. W. I.ee
defendant. No. CSI3.
The defendant 0. W. Lee Is warn-
ed to appear in this court In thirty
days and answer tho complaint ot
the plaintiff Meldlo I.ee.
Witness the Hon. Hosea Townsend
Judge of said court and the sent
thereof this lOlh day of December
(Seal) C. M. CAMI'DHLL
Ily W. S. CItOCKKTT Deputy.
Sam II. Ilutlcr attornoy.
Win. I. Cruce atty for non-res.
First published Dec. 10. 1900.
NOTICE IN DANKKHUPTCY.
In tho District Court . f the I'nlted
States fur tho Soul lut DIMrlct at
In the matter tif O U Uiwcry.
bankrupt. In bankruptcy
To the creditors of (I U Iiwery In
the Southern IHstrlrt In tho Indian
Territory at Ardmore. a bankrupt:
Notice Is hereby given that on the
13th day of December ril. the said
fl. ... liwery was duly adjudged
bankrupt and that the tirst meeting
of his creditors will be held nt my
olllce at tho Court House in tho City
of Ardmore on tho 2tth day of De-
cember lii at 10 o'clock In the
forenoon at which tlmo the said
creditors may Attend puuo their
claims nppolnt trustee examine
the bankrupt nnd transact such oth-
er business as may come before said
Referee In llankruptc)
Hrat published Dec. II 1906.
In the I'nlted States Coml In the In
dlan Territory Sunt linn District:
Stella lldwards plain' in vs. I. S.
Edwards alias J. D. Kd wards defend
ant. No. 6851.
The defendant I. 8. 1M wards alius
J. I). Kd wards Is warned to npiiear
In this court In thirty days- and an-
swer the complaint of the plaintiff.
Witness tho Hon. llnsea Townsend
Judge ot said court and the seat there-
of this nth day of Dec.. 1906.
(SHAM C. M. CAMl'IUCM Clerk.
W. S. Crockett Deputt.
W. I llowman attorney.
Attorney for non-resident J. II. Ma-
ther. llrat published. Doc. 12. lM.
Ardmore Nursery can furnish you
all kinds of fruit trees. Wo want your
! bill l'hono 09 s&wk
ROUND TKIP BARGAINS FOR
HOLIDAY HOMEi GATHERERS
P The Dest If Cast
Louisville l Ihstoille 1 1
NORM EAST AND
DECEMBER 20 21 22 1906
WITH TWO TltAINS DAILY TO
Louisville and Nashville
on convenient schedules nnd making
I direct connections In Union Station
with all lima for points Hast and
No. 42 leavos C:05n.m.
No. A loavos 12:50 p.m.
No. 43 nrrlvoi S:03n. m.
No. 11 nrrlvos -:35 p.m.
No. Si (local) loavos 7:00a.m.
No. 10 leaves 2:40 p. m.
No. ! arrives 1:30 p.m.
No. S3 (local) arrives 0:30 p.m.
No. 5 4:00a.m.
No. 17 4:20 p.m.
No. 19 12:35 p. m
No. C 12:50 a. m
No. 20 5:35 p.m.
Wo have In n vory fine lino of new
buggies and are making tho prices
and torraa attractive. Call In look
through our stock and get our prices
before you buy.
THH AUDMOHi: TYt'(M!UAIMIUl.
UNION. No. CIS Meets llrst Krl-
day in each tm t.th at 6:15 p. in ai
Union Hall. J. W. (lolledgo. Presi-
dent; D. II. Oulnes Secretary.
llAlllli:it.V JOt'llNKY.MKN INTTMt
NATIONAL UNION Meets Urst
and third .Monday nights In e.uii
tmmth. o. II. Vaughan president
lllmer Wright secretnr.
CARPRNTEU3' AND JOINERS' OK
AMERICA. No. 1028 Moots ovory
Thursday night 7:30 at Union
Hall. 11. V. C .t. president; D. N
INTERN VTIONAh IIUOTHEUIIOOD
..OK K1.KCTRICAI. WORKKHH
Msets second nnd fourth Friday
night of oath month. K. M l'arkor.
president; A. A. Holcomb ucr
URICKI.AYKHS'. MASONS' AND
UNION No. 9 Meets every Satur
day night. J. It. Dlion president;
A. 11. Ilrown secretary.
RKTAII CI.KRK8' 1. I'. UNION No
035 Meets second and fourth Moa
day nights) In each mocth. xmi
S. Shvlkonlts president 1. II. Horn
(WINTERS DECOUATOHS AND I'A-
I'EltHANflElt8' UNION NO. 228.
Meets every Wednesday night
ot each mouth at Union Halt.
OUY CRENSHAW I'rosldont.
J. A. SPEAKS Secretary.
ArtDMOIlE TRADES COUNCIL-
Mects first nnd third Friday nights
In each month at I.-tbor Hall. W.
C. ReaveB president; D. N. Fergu-
TEAMSTERS' UNION. No. 583 J
It. DoArmond prcstdrnt; (J. W
We employ no agents at Ardmore
Nursery. We snvo jou agents' com-
mission. Phono G9. S&wk
K i K
hack to j our
old home to
Think of those
would Ik nmdo
Kind by spend
iiiK tin- Holi
tluys with tlit'in
30 Days I v.'ll nmUi tins
trip fur you us
tin- low Holiday rulrs will lie
iiivlK'ctto AUibiimit ArUiinsas
I'olnrudu Cuiitidti l'Mortdu
(iooiiu Illinois Imliium
Indian Tor. Iowii Kansas
Kuntuolcy Lousiuiiii Mu-hi
jriin Miniii'sotn Mississippi
Missouri North Ciirolinti N.
Dakotti Ontario Ohio I't-nn-sylvania
South Dakota Tonnossoc
Wieonsln Wyoininff Nuhrasku
and Now York.
If von expect tuts Kim trip ilrnn m nenrd
fur exact rste or see Halltil I'e Asenl
X A. G. Fullerton . A. 0. Qulllot
i t T
v Prlvato Wlro to All Markets. J
1 A.G.FULLERTON I
& CO !
' Bankers - Hrokors
Grain nnd Provision-i
j Over Kearnoy llanlwnro Store
I OtllceK Ardmore Pauls Valley
Wynnewool Sulpnur I. T.
T and lixlngton okla.
J Phono 720.
HBUSLEY A KERNER.
Carry a full stock of frosh and
cured Mcata Vegetables Fruit and
everything In tho market lino.
Prompt delivery to any part of tho
Iluy holiday preseuts that will last
a lifo time. Seo our carving sets ami
Grand Avenue Hotel!
Tin: iidst $12 pi:r day
HOTi:i. IN NKV STATU
WIIKN IN CITY CAM
C. T. WILLIAMS. Prop.
OKLAHOMA CITY. - OKLAHOMA
Don't let a severe cold mar your
('lirlHtniiiH enjoyment. Keep Ram-
tdlvcr talilo waro heforo you maho ney's Cold mil llrlp Talilets hamly
IllVHNS. CORHN H rHK.VSI.i-IY
ami check the coming exld. Ouaron-
tid. Price 2rc.
All Traint Solid Veitibulo
TicKets Good ReturniniS SO Days from Date of Sale.
No Bus Transfer at Memphis.
Full Information on Request.
Ceo. H. Lee Gen. Pass Agent
Little Rock Ark.
J. S. McNally Dlv. Pass Agent
Oklahoma City Okla.
MODERN SLEEPING CARS. ELEC-
j TRIC LIGHTED COACHES.
I It you contcmplato a trip Hast let
mo nuoto y'i rates and make sleep-
ing car reservations for you. AddrosB
I N. B. DAIRD T. P. A. Little Rock Ark.
jOr MAX DAUMGARTEN D. P. A. ..
. .Memphis Tenn.
Good Holiday Suggestion
"A Trip to the Old Home
3 HIW "BsTVI VIB L9nrCXM WBttDi jwnJ
The Old Reliable
The Chrhtmas and
Now Year Way
A Holiday Excursion Ticllet Reading via the Above
Route is a written Guarantee of a pleasant journey
Combining Speed Safety Comfort and Convenience
Goinii home for the Holidays?
Exceptionally Low Rates via
Missouri Kansas Q Texas Ity.
Locally and to certain points in.
Iowa North Dakota
Michigan South Dakota
A5K the Agent
about tho exceptional rates and
excellent train servic." via M. K.
W. S. ST. GISOKGE
(ienvral railflltpr Al-cci M K A T. Ily.
V'alonrli;!iI llailt uu tit Louli Mo.
The Great Temperance DrinK
Every bottle made in con-
formity wilh .the law.
A favorite bcvcraijc with
Gives absolute satisfaction
to every dealer.
Send your orders to
Manager New State
ARDMORE - - 1ND.TER.
TIcKeU at very low rates will be sold during the latter part of
December 1906 and on Ssneary 1907 with liberal return limit
An Inriulry to any Cottnn nlt Acent or either of tho fnlnlnc will lirlnir foil
iDwriuauuu uuu a unriiiuita i-oiiior rri0
III. O. FVKK.
Ant. Gen. Krt. .S: Acent
Travellni; t'aottenift'r Acent.
T. P LtTTLK
JOHN ri i.f.iiani:
den. fieluht ami Tuna. Ak'ent.
I). M. MOUOAN.
Travolluv raaaenKer Aueot.
J-'t. Worth lexaa.
GEO. R IIECKER
D. P. A. M. K & T Ily.
Oklahoma City Okla.
lixchange " tAiuuke.)
Sell Tabulating Attach-
ments Sell Typewriter Supplies
" " Furniture
CAN WE SEKVI3 YOU?
R li M I NO TON T Y 1' U W R I T K K
No. 0 Broadway
Oklahoma City Oklahoma
Fine Line of Woolens for Suits
Exclusive Haberdashers and Tailors
W. n. Byr d
By MEYEH-nOTII CO.
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