The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 173, Ed. 1, Sunday, December 15, 1907 Page: 1 of 10
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THE OLDEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IN EASTERN DISTRICT-ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS ALL THE LOCAL NEWS FIRS1
DOES THE BEST '
High Cliss Cleaning sad Pitts
Ing Lidits' ini Ctnlt'
C. D. DAVIS Tailor
1 AT HALF PRICE
TT 7TN arc still taking advantage of the greatest
(22 I VI Clothing sal" thev have ever known Cloth-
7Z3 ing selling at half price early in December
Jsd is an opportunity seldom had. Clothing as we
$3 sell it is from $ 2. 50 to $5 00 per suit cheaper at
JfjfJ our regular price than elsewhere now. Cut it in
3 half he your own salesman. Select the suit that
pleases you give us your check for ONli HALF
$30.00 Suits $15.00 - - $20.00 Suits $10.00
ggj $10.00 Suits $5.00 - - $7 50 Suits $3.75
DRESS GOODS AND SILK REMNANTS
2KJ Monday will bo roinniint dsiy with us. All short lengths
Sf5 in silks and wool tiros rnods will goon the remnant
jSjfj com tor tit 11 prico Unit will clean thesu tab es in one
yrgt day. If you have not looked these counters over Mm-
J52 day will 11 good time to inspect thetn. Great saving
fig WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR
$3.50 SUirts at 98c - $6.00 Skirts at $1.49
$15.00 Suits $3 49 $2.50 Furs 98c$1.25 Furs 69c
B.irgains never heard of before in ull selections Mon-
day. If on do not visit our store this week you will
not know how cheap you can really buy goods.
Dry Goods Co.
in a JKWKl tlio (Ian Stovu nuulo
V people who know how to con-
struct a stove for Gas. Kveryono lias
a idiot light mil ill." shutter which
makes iiccldcutn inp:.sslbl' Heatcis
$3 50 to $18.50. lunge? U2..M) to
$21.30 till dellvfed' set ii cnniicc-
Ud nml iK'ii ontrit'l.
At old accidents and tnvn gai Mils
by using the .H'.vVW. Ivverytlilng
lso for the lions-; for ' 'a than you
can get It nt any 'eduction sale.
W. M. HILLIS
The House Furnisher
108-110 Main St.
CONTEST TWO CENT RATE -
MISSOURI RAILROAD COMPANIES
DECIDE UPON ACTION IN
St. Louis Mo. Dec H. .Missouri
railroad companies have decided to'
contest tho 2c passenger faro law
In robruary Tho total loss In rev.
enuo to thu Missouri Pacific Chica
go ami Alton llurllngtoii Frisco and
Wabash roads during November was
$2000000. Tim greater part of this
rediictlim however was in freight
According to a Wabash olllclal
the .Missouri roads will Bhow nn nj?
grcgate loss of $0000000 on ias-
senger tralllc since tho 2c fare law
rent Into effect on .lime 17.
Since Dec. 1 the leading Missou
ri roads have laid of 10000 men.
LARGE COTTON SWINDLE
BOGUS RECEIPTS FLOATED ON
NEW YORK BANKS FOR HUN-
DREDS OF BALES.
Augusta lia.. IVc. 1 1. It was
learned here today that parlies In
.Vew York liavo swindled banks In
that elty out of large sums of mon
ey mi fictitious cotton warehouse re
ceipts purporting to be from Augus-
ta. Leading cotton llmm In this
elty have been notified that these
hiigu.H receipts have been lloated
there for several hundred bales of
cotton claimed to bo stored with the
Savannah Valley Warehouse hero.
The schemers claim that the wan
oust! Is located on a spur of the
Central of Ccorgla road hut Angusiu
rntton men know of no such place.
Cannot Seize Whiskey
M iskogee. Okla. Dec. H. Tho In
illim police. III! In number working
la the five civilized tribes havo been
notified olllclally that they no long-
er liuve nutliorlty to seize and con-
fiscate liquor. Under tl;o old regime
thoy hud tho sumo authority as a
ARDMOKE OKLAHOMA SPNDAY MOiiNINC. DKCUMHUIt ir i()7
RUSSIAN TRAIN ROBBERS
ATTACK MAIL TRAIN CARRYING
BOOTY ARE REPULSED AND
LEAVE FOUR DEAD.
Ity Associated Press.
Tiflls Trans Ciiuj. hi . Dec.. I I A
ami of sixty robbers attacked ntnl
derailed a mull inilu iieur hero last
night Tin' train was currying n
large sum of money.
Tin' train guard repulsed the bam
illts afu-r a light in which iniiiiy
passenger ami soldiers wore w ottiul-
The bandits Ilnall) retreated leav-
ing lour dead.
SHIP TURNED TURTLE
WRECKED DURING FIERCE GALE
ALL THE CREW LOST
. . EXCEPT ONE.
Ily Associated Press.
Hughe Town -S. C Dec. II. The
Island American schooner Thos. W.
I.aw.-on win wrecked in liroadsound
Sicily Islands during a fierce gale
last night. As fnr as known only
one of the erew survive and he was
Tie c homer turned turtle and Is
now Minting bottom up.
AUTHOR OF "BLACK HMD'
GIRL OF SIXTEEN ARRESTED
FOR FORGERY BELIEVED TO
BE AUTHOR OF LETTERS.
Ily Associated Press.
Newark N J. Dec. H. Annton-
ettu Harris a IG-year-old girl Is un-
der arrest hero charged with for-
gery. It Is believed she Is thu au-
thor of "lllack Hand letters" which
ave been threatening citizens of this
city for some time.
A letter which was traced to An-
ntonette. was written to a young girl
was has collapsed because of tho
fright she suffered.
LOOKING FOR HENRY STARR
OFFICERS THINK HE WAS IM-
PLICATED IN A RECENT
Ity Associated Press.
Springfield Mo. Dec. 14. Henry
Uarrj tho Cherokee Is said to have
been seen In Springfield Monday
night and officers aro looking for
him In tho belief he may have been
connected with tho robbery of a
bank at Aldrlch near liere.
Starr was sent to Sing Sing In
1891 from Kt. Smith for murder
committed In connection with rob-
bery of banks at Itcutniivillc and
DRIVEN BY STORM
VESSEL DRIVEN ASHORE IN
BLINDING SNOW STORM
MEN IN RIGGING.
II." Associated Press.
Now York N. Y. Dee. 1 1. Tlio
bark Kdimiiid Phhiney was' driven
ashore on tho east side of Sandy
Hook today In a heavy snow storm.
Owing to the blinding snow storm
and tlio terrlfflc wind the llfo sav-
ing crew were unable to shoot a
life line to the btranded bark or
to launch llfo boats. There are a
dozen men In tho rigging or the
Insurance Trust Investigation.
Ily Associated Press.
ht. Uiuls Mo. Dec. II. When
the Investigation Into tho alleged
trust of the Insurance company was
resumed today assistant attomoy
general IYrrls continued bis efforts
to bhow that thu cnmpnules nro In
agreement to fix and control rates.
while admitting that as a general
proposition they havo adhered to
their waterworks rates witnesses for
the Insurance companies asset t they
havo cut thu rato frequently when
competition necessitated such action.
SENATOR BILLUPS PROPOSES
MEASURE TO BE DRAWN
BY ANTI SALOON LEAGUE.
(iuthrle Okla.. Dic. 1 1. Senator
U. A. lllllups. Democratic National
committeeman from Oklahoma today
Introduced the state dispensary bill
drawn and approved by Itev. IJ. (.'.
Dinwiddle legislative ntnt of the
Nuttoiinl Autt-S.llotin league. A olte
Investigation show no loophole.
Anything containing .g M.r
cent of alcohol whether medicated
or not. uhlch may be used :r a
beverage h barnil.
Drinking rooms - In lul and
lodges are prohibited.
A state prohlliltloti enforcement
committee of three member each to
draw $:t.000 anniiaf wilary Is created.
with iiuliiulted power oven to the e-
font of proceeding against lax coun-
ty otllclals. Tills commlsKlou shall
have charge of the central dispensary
at (iuthrle from which all branch
dispensaries shall he supplied. Dis
pensers are to rcrnl u In iinuu.il
salary from $200 lo $1000. according
to the location. Nothing loss than
a hair pint original package and
from Hint up to two gallons of pr-
Itous or vinous llipior or three gal-
Ions of malt can be wild In one
ilay to one person. The sales of all
C. O. D. Shipment. consummated
at the point of distribution thus
eliminating such practices.
Any person who drinks Intoxlvants
In depots on trains or In any public
place may be arrested and train
conductors may make nrrosts In such
cases without warrants. Strict pro-
visions are made for tlio arrest of
any person In any ico for drunken-
ness but any pi. son ho arrested
will be released Immediately iik)ii
giving tho namo of tho person from
whom tho liquor was sect' 1.
It Is understood (lov. Haskell has
approved this bill.
Lid on In Tulsa.
Tulsa Okla. Dec. 1 1. The nl.ie-
Ing of the lid on Tulsa Is causing
an exodus of gamblers tin horn
sports prize fighters and women
of tho ileml-monde. It Is estimated
that no less than 100 persons of
theso classes have shaken Iho dust
of Tulsa from their feet within
tho past week. Some havo gone to
Muskogee whllu others havo gono
In search of jtlll greener pastures.
-Mayor Ithode lias raised tho limit
of fines on all usual offenders tu
such an extent that to om.mtn
here further would mean financial
Our line line nf c.nu1liu frniia
iind nuts are ready for holiday ""buy-
ers. FRUfPlt ii . n
High School Auxiliary
The Auxiliary Sosiely of tho Aril-
mort High School will hold Its next
regular session Friday. Dec. 20
at 3:a0 p. in. The following program
will be rendered:
influence of the Teacher" Mrs.
W. A. Ledbettor.
influence of the P.uenf .Mrs. AI
Discussion by members.
All friends of the IIIbIi School arc
W. C. CANTKUHUKY.
Remember our ono-half nrle snte
on all kinds of millinery Is still on
PARISIAN MIM.r.VnRY CO.
Don't forget we are headquarters
for all kinds of Xmax candles nuts
California grapes nml nil kinds of
California fruits. New bhlpment ot
fruit cako Ingredients tresit cocoa-
imtH. datos figs currants aim seed
ed raisins. Phone us your order and
bo Biiro to havo what you want for
Christmas. W'o also havo u full lino
of tire works. Call us for bolter
Vods better prices and prompter
W. J. LANE
308 East Main St.
SEVERE SNOW STORM
SEVEN INCHES DEEP IN CHICAGO
EXTENDS OVER MUCH COUN
TRY Df. LAYS CARS.
Ity Associated Press.
Chicago Dee. 1 1. The -. v. re
snow storm which raged last nluhl
and continued today. r.iiiK.il eon-
ldernblo delay today to o.'i vice on
the etir lines.
Seven Inches of snow Ml here
The storm Is of wide extern tji.ead
Ing over the greater part i the
ountr.v from the H.ieKj anialiis
to the All ml le eo;e t
In mail) lor.illtii -i (a-.! oi ('lib mo
the snow turned tu t.iln
ANOTHER BREWERY FIRE
BELIEVED THAT SOME FANATIC
IS DESTROYING AGENT TO
Ily Associated Prest.
Chicago. Dee. II. A qu.utii mil
lion dollar fire raged In Cooke
brewery last night. Tills is the third
brewery flrud ulnce the closing cru
sade began In this city
Coming close after the other
fires. Attorney llogan believes some
fanatic actuated by the belief that
brewery destruction helps along (hi
cause of prohibition. Is at work
Attractive Show Windows.
Y. C. Cnrdncr window decorator
or Y. II. Lynn the shoe man. lias In
a very pretty and an attractive
Christmas show window. The win-
lows have been replaced since they
were broken by the fire In an ad
joining building and their new iiit-
pearnnce together with the splendid
decoration mako them very attrac
.Madden has a novel window that
has attracted a vast amount of at
tcntlnn. A score of colored rub
her balloons nro placed over an elec
tric fan that keeps them In contin-
ual motion ami they nro kent In
position by means of tiny threads
suspended from the celling that
permit (he balls lo bob up high but
when they start downward thoy are
rorced up again by the constant buz
zing of (lie fan.
Local Cotton Market.
Receipts on tlio local cotton mar
ket wero light Saturday nml but a
small number of bales were offer
ed. Prlco ranged from ti:00 to
ll:no with grades averaging from
low to good middling.
lilugance coupled with
economy makes the Christ
mas present that is cherished
the most. We have an ele
gant line of jewelry selected
especially (or your holiday
buying. Here you'll find
Howard Ilin Waltham
South Mend Kockford and
Swiss Watches; bracelets
lirocohes. Kings Charms
Puis and many other holiday
offerings. We especially re-
quest you to visit us during
Wc will make the prices
P. B. TARVER
FIRE AND WATER
The most SENSATIONAL BAKCAINS ever m
in Anlinorc will hf at Ditler's this wL- n..tr.
ast wcek-thev were
mum u.- iihjii; lllis wtJCK. )Ut L K YOlTIv
NIICllBOK C.KT ALL THIS C.OOitHINGS
Come this week.
The Biggest Cut In
Ladies' Suits Coats
Vet given will he imule this week. We arc doing the
business you get the bent fit.
. i i i Minimi
Archbishop of Delaware Diet.
Iry Associated Press.
Wilmington Del. Dec 11. -Lection
Coleman nrcliblshop of D'dawaie
was found dead In bed this morning
at his home In this city llliu had
been ill with n hard cold which de
veloped Into kidney trouble.
Alaskan Dank Closed
Ity Associated Press.
Seattle. Washington Dec H. Tho
Fairbanks llanklng Co. of l'ulrbonks
Alaska closed its doors yesterday
on account of a lack of currency.
Olllclnls state the suspension Is
only temporary. The bank has
$300000 In exress of Its lhbUltles.
To Mark Confederate Craves.
Washington Dec. 14. Tho presi-
dent has appointed (Sen. W. C. Oats
successor to Col. Klllott as com-
missioner to mark Confedcrata
graves. (!en. Oats wbb formerly
(iovcrnor of Alabama Colonel In thu
Confederate army and Brigadier Hen-
oral in tlio Spanish-American war
mid also formeb member of tho
bouse of representatives.
Dltzler's I'lm and Water Sale
the biggest thing In Aril more.
Would Dar Sunday Fijierals.
Arkansas City KaitH.Dec. H. A
Sunday closing law which will pro-
iiimi tuo Homing 01 runerals on that
day will ho considered by tho city
council. Thu proposed law Is en-
dorsed by the ministers of the town.
DItzler's Klre and
Kvcryono is going
Come and look
at the windows
of the NICKEL
and you will see
have never seen
fail because we
have the toys
& fancy chinas
delighted. This will hrin"
Wc deliver promptly
After the Fire
Our studio has been remodeled
nml everything new. Our doors will
be open for business Tuesday morn-
ing. Remember wu will mako your
pictures and deliver them before
Christmas If you will hurry.
In burnt wood designs and other
ha idsomi) pictures works of real
art which wo nre selling at rldlc
tiloiialy low prices.
One hundred other dainty things
for holiday presents. Not mado In
sweat shops but mado by Ardmoro
women. Cgats you nothing to look.
We want you to see what wo are
At Vienna Cafe
MRS. W. .1 TAYIiOR Prop.
Thoy bring cheerfulness
and happy remembrances
of Christmau ox'ory day In
tho year. Nothliij ulso Is
fulto so appropriate for n
holiday gift ns ono of our
Thu low prices will pleano
Wo also framo pictures and
havo in stook tho best so-
lection of mouldings over
carrioil In tho city.
Brown & LWltliiimui
Next Door lo Post Olflce
Wo havo some
EXTRA CHOICE FARMS AT
Want to sell your
lands to homeseeHers?
List them with us
mm s mnu um oaiy
Dltzlor's Klro and Water Sale-
tho sensation of tho hour.
Remember our ono-half prion sabi
on all kinds of millinery Is still on.
PARISIAN MIUJNERY CO.
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