The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 164, Ed. 1, Friday, December 18, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Friday December 18 1908
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Treadweirs Great Closing Out Sale!
We are going out of business and our stocR must be sold We are offering the greatest values in
Men's Suits Overcoats Odd Pants Shoes Hats Caps Etc. at the lowest prices ever made on good
Merchandise in Ardmore.
33 1-3 Per Cent Discount
On All Stein-Bloch Suits.
YIM.OO Suits closing out sale $1-1.00
$2.Vno Stein r.loeh Suits dosing out price Jj?lJ.7."
JP.0.00 Stein ltlocli Suit closing out pllce $20.00
One lot suits In Cabinets 7. S. 0 unit 10 at HALF PRICE
$7 lilt SultH cIohIiik out sale $IJ.f0
$10.0U Suits closing out sale $5.00
$ 1 r. 00 Suits closing out snle ... . $7.50
33 1-3 Per Cent Discount
On All Overcoats
$12 50 Overcoat for $S..0
$l.Voo Overcoat for $10.00
$IS.OO Overcoat for ; $12.00
$l!0.ii!i Overcoat for SKl.o."
Closing Out Pant Sale
$.1.1)11 nl'nts cluslng u piifi-
$1.00 al'utr closing out prut'
$6.no Pants. cIwIiik out sale
$i 00 nl'llts. cltmlng out price
Closing Out Shoe Sale
$3.!n l-ellowrnft Shoes dosing out price
$1.00 Itulston Health Shoe closing out price
$t!.00 Nettle-ton Shoe. closing out price
Hurt mill I'nckurd $".50 Korrect sli. po Shoes. closing out price
Hint nml I'ut-kiint $100 Korrect Shape Slioi s. cIosIiir out price .
Closing Out Cap Sale
$3.00 llawes lints closing out pilce.
$1.00 Caps dosing out price
75c Caps closing out price
roe Caps closing out price
Closing Out Shirt and Overall Sale
$125 .Mnniirch Sh'ris. . mc nt pi 1)S'
$1.50 Cllletl Hhlils. i-IiinIhi; ! SI.15
$2.00 Clllett Shins rlimiim un pi i $ 1 5()
$1.00 Overnlls. closiiu- mil in i 75f
Boys' Underwear Sale
25c Hoys' rildeishlrlM. elos'im out ir Ice H(
25n lloyn' Drikwers. cIosIiik "ii nrce M
50c Hoys' I'mlerHlili-ts. closing out i II5c
fillr Hos' Drawers closing out ree 50ck
75c lloyn' Wool t'mlt i wear clos'.ns mil price Itit''
Wet Weather Goods Sale
$1.00 Overshoes cIokIiikoiii price 750
$1.25 Overshoes closing out price SS)C
$5.00 Haiucoats. cIosIiik out price SII.50
$7 51) Mackintoshes elosiiigout pi Ice $-I.J)S
This is the greatest bargain sale ever put on in Ardmore. Our entire StOcK must be sold at once or rc-shippcd so we are going to give the
people of Ardmore a chance to buy the best merchandise ever brought to this city for less than manufacturers' prices. Don't put off buying the stock
will not last long. The best bargains are always picked up first so be among the first.
Terms Spot Cash
TREAD WELL & CO
GREAT REMOVAL SALE
Terms Spot Cash
MAY WIN CAPITAL
OKLAHOMA CITY MAY BE SUC-
CESSFUL IN SECURING CAPI-
TAL FROM GUTHRIE
SOME YOUNG MAN'S CHANCE I "
OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME IS
PRESENTED AND NO APPLI- '
CANTS? PLENTY HERE. I
(liltlirio Olila.. Dec. 17. The llil
is apt to blow orf the capital situa-
tion nt any time first taking tne
fonn of an attempt to remove the
coining legislature to OUlahoinn 'City.
When tlio matter of accepting the
lenso of the city of Guthrie offering
thu use of the new convention hall
to t.ho legislature ami state depurt-
moiiU for five years for n nominal
consideration of one dollar came up
Governor Haskell opposed accepting
the lease on the grounds that ho Is
opposed to Outhrle for the capital.
Ills reasons are that die facilities
for accommodating the statu depart-
ments are not sufficient at the now
Governor Haskell went to Oklaho-
ma City today Immediately following
the meeting of the leasing hoard
where he met National Committee-
niau Tate Ilrady. O. I). Ilalsell of the
Oklahoma City commercial dub. mil
others. Although he did not make
public the object of bis Isli It Is
expected lo be followc' lminedlate'v
by a proposition from Oklahoma City i
to entertain the coming session of
the K'Klslature and offering frc
Governor Haskell and Lieutenant
Governor IVollnmy have recently been
elected to membership In the Okla-
linina City chamber of commerce
and tlio governor was recently initia
utod Into the Woodmen of the World
lodgo at Oklahoma City and the city
has shown other evidences of a
strong duslro to court tlio favor of
the governor and .the present admin
Istratlon. This altitude Is nil the
more remarkable from the fact that
Oklahoma City was once a scat of
opposition to Governor Haskell
I On Behalf of Otoiu
' Washington. Dec '7 t'ons''"-';
j man lllnl McGwire Tuesda appeared
' before the commissioner or Indian af-
I fairs with a delegation of Otoo Indi
ans who want the secretary of In-
terior to segregate from the tribal
funds that portion of money that Is j
the rightful share of the Indians or j
the tribe who are competent nml to ; Ws'"l'iglon. Dec. 17. Senator j
pay them their Individual sbaio at j Owen has two appointments to intikc (
once. Thar was a law I)::"1 In nt tli nnviil neadeinv at AiiiiuiioIIh !
1!M)7 providing this should he done at j f(. mUci tirt . IIO applicants.
tl... . !!.... 1.. .. o..n.w.t...... f
me umH'iiwu ui in- r-v.n-ii . t I Oil!1
Interior. Congressman .Mcuire will try
to get tlio secretary to take favorable
lis stood secoi d In a da - of 100
who took 'lit t .imm;itiO!i tt that i
DEMAND OF CREEK INDIANS
SIMON NOW PRESIDENT
LEADER OF LAST REVOLUTION
PRESIDENT OF HAYTI DROVE
ALEXIS FROM CAPITAL.
action In the matter.
A Personal Appeal
If we could talk to you personally
nhout the. great merit of Foley's Hon-
ey and Tar for coughs colds and lung
troublo you never could bo Induced
to experiment with unknown prepara-
tions that may contain some harmful
drugs. Foley's Honey and Tar cosU
you no tnoro and has a record of forty
years of cures.
Is the pilucipnl for a cadotshlp
j which carilos with It all the privi
leges of the regular training course
of four yenrs. The other Is the ap-
pointment of a i-econd lleuleiiaut In
the marine corps at a salary of $1700
per year. He Is looking f' some Ok-
lahoma men who can pass the stiff
examination rctpilrcd lo fill this ap-
pointment. Glenn Swaiison. son of G. M. Swan-
sou of .MuskoKee. tuns appointed a
l'ort an I'rlnce. Hntl Doe. 17.
General Antollie Simon the leader of
the last revolution In 1 1 ay 1 1 which re-
sulted In the fllglil of I'reslJent Nord
Alexis from thu capital and who made and four million dollars to the cred
HAVE BETWEEN THREE AND
FOUR MILLION DOLLARS IN
TREASUrtY ASK FOR IT
Washington Dec. IS.' Judge N
It. Maxey of Muskogee is here rop-1
resenting the Iudlnnso f tlio Creek
nation wtio aru demanding that the
government iuillzo the allotment of
laud In that nation and do so at
The Creeks have between three
a triumphant entry Into l'ort an
Prince ten days ago was unanimous-
ly elected president of the republic
by the Haytlan congress today.
SEE THOSE ELEGANT CARVING
STEVENS KENNERLY 4.
it In the national treasury. Tills will
not bo enough to eipiall.e tlio allot-
ments. The Indians want the secre-
tary of Interior to pay out what
ni ii' of the act. It has bei u favor
ablv ivMirtcd by a sub committee to
the ci inmlttee on Intuitu affairs and
looks like It may become u law r.t
This Is a clear ease in which the
Creek Indians by clever manipula-
tion of legislation oucJiercd 3 he
government out of about five million
dollars. It was done by getting the
new born' on the rolls and allot
ting the surplus lands lo them that
otherwise would Jiuvo been used In
cqunll.lng the allotments after the
original agreement had been mailt1
with the Creeks. Tuts tooic all tlio
laud and left congress with nothing
but Ihelr agreement to equalize the
allot mtrqtK with land miom4
As there Is no laud left It must tie
money. As there Is not enough mon-
ey belonging to the Creeks It ap-
pears that It Is up to the government
NEW INDIAN LAND BILL
SEEKS TO REMOVE RESTRIC-
TIONS ON ALLOTMENTS OF
money there is prorata and are ask
Foley's Orlno Laxative euros con- "'K lor IJ"'jr "i " i to supply tlie i.alance.
stlpatlon nnd stimulates the liver. Or- bring suit In tlio court of claims for
iuo regulates the bowels so they will sufficient nionev with which to com- WE CAN DO YOUR GAS FITTING
cadet at Annapolis by Senatpr Owenjnct naturally and you do not hnvo to tll( nmll.atlon a small some-1 "RIGHT NOW."
last year and .Melvln Robertson. " ' jrlJSsVCS COIltnUOUBy1)BJdwy I iIUiib Hki- five million dollars. j Don't wait until It gets cold again
of W W Robertson or Oklahoma 1 ' Judge .Maxey has had several con- i Phone 60 Ardmore Supply Co
City was appointed a cadet to West 'Wonder If Teddy expects to Ik the.ferenctH with the M'creinrv of In-1 -
Point Mr Robertson in the examliui Tsl An of the Tnft dynasty? terlor and hi" finally pot hU endorse I Subscribe for the Ardmorclte
Washington. Dec. 17. SeceUry
Garfield submitted to Congress todav
tlie draft of a proposed b"' to en-
i.hlo him to remove the restrictions
on allotments of all ImllaT. .other
than members of thu Five Tribes liv-
ing lu what was formerly Indian Ter-
ritory. This bill Is inado necessary
by an Inadvertenco In the act of
19011 authorizing removal of restric-
tions on the lands of al Indians ex-
cept those living In Indian territory.
It was thought nt the momei tnat
the members of the Five Tribes wuru
not the only Indians living In Indian
territory. The bill recommended to-
day would affect only thu U tapawa
I eorlas. Ottawas Miami-. Wyan-
I'ottos Seiiecas Modocs ul l-:aWn
Subscribe for ttio Ardniorelte.
A Dangerous Operation.
Is the removal of the append'': by a
surgeon. No ono who takes Dr. King's
New IJfe Pills is over subjected to
this frightful ordeal They work bo
quietly you don't feel thorn. They euro
onstlpntlon headache biliousness
and malaria. 1'Sc. nt Ardmore Phar-
macy. I) & W
BUY YOUR SILVERWARE
HOLIDAY GIFTS FROM
STEVENS KENNERLY t
ROBISON OPERA HOUSE
One Niht Only Monday December 21
The Barton Amusement Company Personal Direction of GEO. L. BARTON Offers
With MAURICE WHISH MISS MAYME GARDNER and a complete cast of noted artists direct from their New YorH engagement.
This Company is producing the ORIGINAL VERSION of the Author Franz Molnar. See The Other Devil but See Our Original.
Free List Suspended. Every Woman Should See this Play.
PRICES: 25 cents 50 cents 75 cents $1.00. Boxes $1.50. Seats on Sale Saturday.
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 164, Ed. 1, Friday, December 18, 1908, newspaper, December 18, 1908; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc80926/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.