The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 311, Ed. 1, Monday, June 7, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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ARDMORE OKLAlIOiMA MONDAY EVENING .JUNE 7 1MM)
TUESDAY'S STORE NEWS
Tuesday wo will .soil nt least about ;"0 dozen ladies Waytio
Knit lioso in plain black and medium lichtand dark tans.
A liyht woii?ht stocking put up JJ pair in a fancy box to re-
tail at $1.00 a box these will bo on sale Tuesday by the box
only at the spociul price of 3 pair for 79c
There is a great demand for colored wanh fabrics of all
character we will have on sale Tuesday a well assorted lino
of colored bttists Swisses Irish lawns and dimities regu-
lar 20c and 2fc sellers at special a yard 1 6c
Tuesday wo will offer -10 inch sheer emerald white lawn on
the order of Klaxons but not so good it's a 20c value
offered Tuesday at 12 l-2c
Practically everyone is in need of pretty val and niechlin
laces Tuesday wo will sell an assorted lot of broken sots in
pretty vals and mechlins worth 15c 20c and 2fc at choico
per yard 10c
Ilex collar supporters are very much in demand they come
six on a card are washable tlexible invisible lengths
ranging from 2 to .1 l-2c inches a regular tic item Tuesday
at 2 for 5c
We have a largo assortment of infants and children's white
lawn caps mull bonnets and lawn hats suitable for all ages
from the infant up to girls of 0 years ranging in pricofrom
2i)0 to 2 HO most of them were carried from last season
but still good stle the entire lot will be on sale Tuesday
at Half Price
Black darning cotton is a household necessity wo offer you
for Tuesday darning cotton in black and by tho box only
comes 12 spools in a box for 16c
There is always a good sale for light shirting madrnss we
offer Tuesday a fairly good madrass in white ground with
dots and figures specially priced regularly at 10c on sale
at a yard 7c
Vacation time with tho boy is a trying time on his clcthes
this low priced waist might interest the mother we offer a
complete range of sizes for boys from I to IS years; ir. a
vaiHt good enough for tho play ground patterns are neat
and a fairly well made blouse special for Tuesday at. . 18c
Special Reductions in Ladies Suit Department Tuesday
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:t ARDMORE ABSTRACT CO.
a Oldest In tho County K t
W. S. Wolvorton & Son a'
tt Managers a
a Bonded Abstractors of Carter a
a County. General Insurance a j
a Money to loan on City and a j
a Farm Property. a
a 113 North Washington St. a
a Artltnorc Okla. a
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SAME DAY AND NIGHT.
Unless night calls an; for
more than nine blocks the
price for cab calls will be 2oc
the same as day prices.
Spot cash required for every
call. Good horses safe drivers.
ARDMORE TRANSFER CO.
Tom Carter. Manager
I'hones 70 and 71.
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FARM AND CITY LOANS.
Wo aro In position now to
mak0 quick toons on good
farms and city property for D
7 and 10 years. Reforeneo to
any bank In Ardmoro as to
DIW4W & RaMSBY.
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WALTER C. DEAN
His Entire Stock of Jewelery for Sale at Auction
Seats for the Ladies and Electric Fans. Sales at 4:00 and 8 p. m.
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DRINK CROWN SODA.
A't me tell you it la fine.
Drink Crown soda water all
And when you want sonic-
thing good to cat.
Buy Crown candles and ycu'M
Ask your denier for them
Have no other.
CROWN BOTTLING & .
M. J. HAYS
President and Gen. Mgr.
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MONEY MONEY MONEY
To loan on farm property In
any county In the Stato or
Northern Texas. Money ready
as soon as title Is perfect.
I pass upon all loans and the
title. Huslness strictly pri-
vate. I loan to Kreedmen and
pay out the day application
A long yarn Is sometimes produced
from the threads of conversation.
If you would blind a man by throw-
ing dust in his eyes use gold dust.
DESCRIBES METHOD DY WHICH
TITLES WERE OBTAINED TO:
MUSKOGEE TOWN LOTS. '
GOV'T RULES FOLLOWED
And the Methods of Scheduling Was
Examined and Approved by the
Government Government Further
Guthrie. Okla. JiineO Governor C.
N. Haskell has Issued a statement
showing the value of property In-
volved In the .Muskogee town lot
cases and has bulling upon the In-
dictments recently returned by a
federal grand Jury at Tulsa. The
"Press reports stated recently that
In scheduling town lots In the city
of Muskogee In the year 1901 my-
self and associates had secured
about :i000 acres at nominal prices
and had thereby robbed the Indian j
out of millions of dollars. That the
method of scheduling town lots In
Muskogee was well known to and
approved by the government offi-
cers is shown by the following
"It appears from tho government's
public records including court rec-
ords that the whole townslte of
Muskogee covered only 2510 acres
hence .1000 acres could not hao
been secured therein. Of the total
2.510 df the full townslte four-Hfths
of It was scheduled to thoso who
owned the Improvements thereon
and of which the government does
not now complain. Of the remainder
less than one-lmlf. or about 200
acres was occupying claimant's
right and the total valuation placed
by the government appraisement on
this ontelro "00 acres of lots was
less than $.'0000.
"The government now complains
that the occupying claimants got
one-half In value and the Indians
the other half so that the .whole
amount Involved In this controversy
is less than 125000. Ttio method
of scheduling lots rms one of the
published rules or the government
townslte board and tinder which
thousands of citizens of the Creek
nation scheduled their lots In all
of the dozen or more towns In that
nation. Government officers havo
testified in court that thore was no
effort to deceive them and that the
scheduling was done openly and ac-
cording to the board's judgment of
the proper procedure under the law.
It is also true that the government
examined and approved tho method
of scheduling at the time and In
.luly 1901! had Mr. Foulko. a spe-
cial examiner to Investigate the
entire matter. Ills report In writing
was then filed ."bowing the exact
facts to he Just as tho government
mm complains of; and that report.
In writing. In tho hnnds of tho gov-
ernment for three years never re-
sulted In any complaint by tho gov-
ernment until within tho last few
months. Tho government In tho
meantime continued to collect tho
periodical payments as thoy becamo
duo upon tho lots and kept on
issuing patents therefor upon final
"As to myself none of the lots In
controversy were scheduled by or
through me but were purchased
moro than a year afterward from
tho schedules by n company of which
I vns u stockholder owning loss
than - per cont of Its stock. Tho to-
tal amount In controversy as to
those lots Is $I730.GU."
TARIFF HEARING RESUMED
REPORT OF FINANCE COMMIT-
TEE ON COTTON FOR DUTY ON
COTTON IS SUSTAINED.
Washington I). C .lune 7. Tin
senate today resumed Its work on
the revision of the tariff by sus-
taining tli committee on finance in
Its recommendation by a vote of II
Senators Foster and McKnery 1
democrats as usual otlng with;
the majority and nine republicans
lleverldge llrlstow llrown Ilurkett '
Cummins. Dolllver Gamble LaFol-;
lotte and Nixon voting with tho i
This vote was an amendment to :
levy a duty of three cents per
sipiare j ard and twenty per cent I
advalorem on cotton window hoi-1
Senator Dolllver sKko at length In
opposition to the amendment. 1
BIG FIRST MONDAY CROWD
BIG DISPLAYS IN ALL DEPART-1
MENTS RACES WELL FILLED
AND GOOD ONE8.
One of the largest crouds ever
assembled in Ardmoro on a First i
Monday Is at the fair grounds today. '
Many exhibits are being shown nnd
the display la 4hiusually largo In j
all classes. Tho livestock division !
has siomo splendid entries and much
good natured rivalry Is had for
premiums. The races arc being well
attended this afternoon and some
good sport Is" on tnp.
A complete list of all winners In
the various departments together
with the successful race entries
will be given In tomorrow's Ardmoro-
WARRANTS FOR DEFAULTERS
EX-BOOKKEEPER AND EX-ASSIST-ANT
CASHIER OF LEWISTON
BANK WANTED BY OFFICERS.
I.owlston Idaho. June 7. War-
rants have been lhsunl by tho Unit-
ed States commissioner charging
Clarnce Robuctt ex-lmokkeeper
and J. I- Chapman ex-asslstant cash-
ier of tile 1'Wlston National Dank
Kobnett -Is charged with embez-
zling ?!M.:i7fi axr Chapman $irS2r.
a total of $1.'!7.200 this being the
amount or the shortage said to
havo been recently discovered.
Tho only satisfaction about shaving
yourself 1b how you can lie about be-1
Ing able to do it in tho dark without '
Shooting stars appear to have
aim and no ono on earth seems
know what they are shooting Tor.
a a a a a a a a a a a a a
a WEATHER FORECAST.
tl Nciw Orleans I.a. June 7.
a The weather forecast for
a Oklahoma for tonight and
a Tuesday Is partly cloudy
a with showers or thunder
a storms tonight or Tuesday
a Colder tonight
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IN BIG LAKE
WHARF GAVE WAY WHEN IF.
STEAMER MADE FASTENING
PLUNGING CROWD IN WATER.'
MAJORITY WERE RESCUED
Of the Crowd of Seventy Plunged
Into Water Only Ten are Know
to Have Been Drowned Seven
MandevHle. l.a. June 7. Four
more ImhIIcs were recovered today
from the waters or the lake .which
brings the total known dead as a
result or the collapse or tho wharf
hero last night up to ten with
seven still missing.
The crowd was boarding the ex-
cursion steamer Margaret when the
pier gave way nnd some seventy !
persons wore thrown Into tho water
the majority ln'lng rescued unhurt.
The crowd was made up or resi-
dents of Now Orleans who were out
on an excursion.
SHRINERS HAVE GOOD TIME
THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION i
OF NOBLES OF MYSTIC SHRINE I
ON AT LOUISVILLE.
Iiulsvlllo. Ky Juno 7. With six-
ty patrols In attendance the thirty-
fifth annual session or tho Noblts
or the Mystic Shrine began here
today with pomp and festivity.
Very little business Is In prospect
and tho session will be a merry
round of jollity.
TEXAS BANKER COMES HERE.
Tho mas F Shelton of Texarkana Ar-
rives With His Family.
Mr. and Mrs. TUiomaa F. Shelton ac-
companied by their three children ar-
rived Saturday rrom their rormer
i.omo in Texarkana and aro visiting
this week with old rrlends In tho city.
Mr. Shelton is a well known sue-
cessrul banker nnd capitalist or Texns
nnd has come to mako Ardmoro his
future home. Mrs. Shelton was for-'
nierly Miss Denipsey and Is kell
known to tho older residents of the .
city having for nine years been con-
nected with the local postoOca.
Mr .Shelton will liny or erect a
handsome homo for his family nnd
will then turn his attention to busi-
WANTED BLACK HAND MONEY
ST. LOUIS YOUTH TRIED TO EX-1
TORT MONEY FROM WEALTHY
SOCIETY LADY THERE.
St. Ixmls Mo Juno 7. Attempts 1
to extort money by "Black Hand" '
methods rrom Mrs. Virginia D. Wright 1
a prominent society lady or this city '
wero revenlnl today by tho arrest of t
Jesse Fellthkln agod 19.
The youth Is charged with writing
a letter threatening to kill "a life-
long loved ono" unless given $2000.
Even tho tadpole can boast of his
social iKisltlon having been born In
WILL LEAVE ARDMORE
DbAN'S AUCTION SALE OF JEW-
ELRY BEGAN TODAY WILL CON-
TINUE UNTIL STOCK IS SOLD.
Walter C. Dean began hut auction
sale of jewelry hero this morning. .Mr. '
Sam Martin of Milwaukee Is the auc-
tioneer and Mr. Dean guarantees the
Jewelry to bo as represented by the
auctioneer. On account of the wnrm
wether the date of the afternoon sale
has been changed from 2:110 to 1
o'clock. Mr. Dean will leavo Ardmoro
as soon as his stock is dlpoed of. Ho
will move to Oklahoma City where
ho has business Interests. Tho people '
hero generally regret that Mr. Dean Is
to leave. Ho Is a good merchant and
Is always on tho progressive side or
town building ldens.
HIS CHANCES GROWING
JUDGE WALKER NOW SEEMS TO
HAVE CINCH ON ALASKA JUDGE-
Tho friends of Judge noorgo It.
Walker In Carter county and other
sections or tho stato will bo glad to
learn that his chances or securing an
Alaskan Judgeship and promising in
fact tho field has now nnrr'wod until
thi Ardmoro mnn appears to bo the
only ono In the race.
Tho following dispatch to the St.
Louis Globe-Democrat from Kl Rono
explains tho case:
"Judge Frank Gillette of Kl Reno
rormerly on the federal bench of old
Oklahoma Territory has wired Con-
gressman Dick. Morgnu at Washing-
ton declining to bo a candidate for
the federal judgeship nt Fairbanks
Alaskn to succeed Silas Held of Kl
KeiHi. This leaves an open field for
Judge George It. Walker of Ardmoro."
With Judgo Gllletto out of the run-
ning. It Is nlmost sure that an ap-
pointment by Mr. Taft or an AlnBkan
mnn will result In such candidates'
chances being killed In tho Judiciary
committee leaving a solid delegation
in ravor or Mr. Walker and with his
chances or appointment almost cer-
tain. Buck Elmore. i
ltiick Klmore the little live months
old Infant or Mr. and Mrs. Klmore llv-l
Ing on D street southeast died Friday!
night . Title funeral was held y ester-j
day afternoon with burial In ltosui
Mrs. Ellen Holloway.
Mrs. Kllen Holloway aged twenty-
five wife of John Holloway. a well
known fanner residing nt Hewitt died
Friday night. Tho funeral was hold
rrom tho family homo yesterday aftor-
noon with burial at tho cemetery at
Cheek. Death was due to pneumonia.
It takes a pretty sharp remark to
cut a slow man to tho quick.
Occasionally when a man nttempts
to Htand on his dignity somu ono spoils
I by sitting on It.
$100000 TO LOAN
On improved Main Street property at 8 percent
3 to 5 years. Wc loan on improved residence
property to be paid off in monthly payments of
$17 per $1000. Also farm loans at S per cent.
GORMAN BOGIE & DOBBINS
EX-SHERIFF CALLAHAN KEN-
TUCKY'S FAMOUS OFFICER
SHOT FROM AMBUSH TODAY.
BLOODHOUNDS ON THE TRAIL
Excitement at Callahan's Home Is
Intense Callahan Played Import-
ant Part In Breaking Up Feuds
Which Gave Breathitt Bad Name.
Jackson Ky. June 7. Ex-sherlff
Kdward Callahan famous throughout
this section of tho stato for the
part ho played In the numerous
rends that disrupted llreathltt coun-
ty ror years was shot and proba-
bly Tatally wounded rrom ambush
early today In the doorway or his
homo In Croc.kettsvllle near here.
Illoodhounds hnvo ben put on the
trail or the assassin who It is un-
derstood hid behind a pllo of coil
Kxcltement at Crockcttsvlllo Is in-
tense. New Assistant Attorney General.
Washington . Juno. fi. . President
Tart has appointed William H. Harr
of tho District of Columbia an as-
sistant attorney general of tho United
Stato. Mr. Harr who has been an
attorney in the department of
Justin for the pint nine years sue-
renin to tho place mado vacant by
the resignation of Alfred W. Cooley
who was recently nppolnted a su-
preme court Justice In Arizona.
Poor pencils and dull boys are dlf-
flcult to sharpen.
a LEMONELLAl LEMONELLAl a
a WHAT IS LEMONELLA? a
a Tho newest purest and best a
a of all Carbonated Beverages a
a A gift from Sunny Italy to a
a swoltorlng humanity made a
t) from that most delicious of a
a fruits tho Messina lemon a
a and other acidous fruits of a
a thats unny clime. A bovorago a
a par excellence. For salo by a
a the Ardmoro Bottling & Mfg. a
a Co. only. Delivered to private a
a residences. Prlco 75 cents a
a per case. Phono 652. a
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8CADS OF CHEAP MONEt a
TO LOAN tt
ON FARM PROPERTY
Wo examine your title. a
Wo inspect your property. tt
Wo draw your papers. tt
Wo pay out money right now. tt
If you want a loan quickly tt
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BOOKER. & ANDERTON. tt
Over Postofflce. Ardmoro. tt
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