The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 47, Ed. 1, Sunday, August 1, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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The Ardmoreite Is the Only Newspaper in Southern Oklahoma Receiving the Associated Press News Service
TARMERSI Tlipworn out ports to
yinr ruin liltrry rnn ho ir.nrtt; nt
my-lioii. ami lit hotter thnn new
Jones' Machine Shop
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ads iviH make
your business go.
AKDMOHE. OKLAHOMA SUNDAY MORNING Al'CSl'ST I M)
To Economical . uyers
The big shoe sale at Maclden's is attract-
inn numerous buyers. Are you taking
advantage of this unusual price cutting?
Come tomorrow and see if we are telling
Men's and young men's clothing at
i-.j and 1-3 off regular price.
Foulard silks at half and less than
half customery price.
Boys' wash suits at 1-2 price.
Big reductions in ladies' ready to
Radical reductions in lingerie waists.
Laces and embroideries at and
Our buyer is sending us new goods
almost daily. Visit the big store tomorrow.
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Have you Keen the beautiful
new style In this wonderful
Spirella Corset to bo seen
nt the Parisian Millinery
We Invite the most critical
examination and will bo pleas-
ed to show you. They can be
warned every week without
MRS. W. T. BELL.
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Knr It'll days we will sell
Misses Tiin Pumps Hlsicit
iiinl T.tn Oxfords liposome
Patents hiy.es 1112 to 2
at O.'tc per pair worth up
to Manv lines of chil-
dren's at ACTUAL FAC
TORY COS I1.
Let us tit your children
while we still have their
J. W. Krueger
The Shoe Fitter.
214 West Main Street.
$100000 TO LOAN
On improved Main Street property at S per cent
3 to 5 years. We loan on unproved residence
property to be paid oil in monthly payments of
$17 per $1000. Also farm loans at 8 per cent.
GORMAN BOGIE & DOBBINS
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NEW INSURANCE FIRM. ..
Insurance that Insures.
Prompt attention to business
and courteous treatment.
C. P. STEVENS & CO.
Fire. Tornado Plate Glass.
Accident and Ponds.
We have moved to Postal
Tel. Co. building No. 9. N.
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it Money to loan on City and it
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SCADS OF CHEAP MONEN
ON FARM PROPERTY
We examine your title.
Wo Inspect your property.
Wo draw your papers.
Wo pay out money right now.
If you want a loan quickly
IiOOKBK & ANDBItTON.
Over Postofflce. Ardmore.
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Chan soft rags at Ardmoreite of
AUSTRIAN WOMEN NEAR PITTS-
DUHG KANSAS RESIST EN-
FORCEMENT OF PROHIBITION.
OFFICERS RAIDED THE TOWN
In a Lively Fight Women Threw
Rocks nt Officers Who Used
Clubs to Subdue Women Second
Time Women Have Fought Them.
Pltttsburg. Kan. July 31. In n
liquor raid at Itudlcy near here
last night Assistant Attorney Gen-
eral John .Marshall ;tnd Sheriff Mer-
rlwathcr were leslsted by a number
of Austrian women keepers of the
After a lively fljrlit during which
Toeks iwere thrown at the officers
and the women were struck with
clubs the .latter were subdued and
the liquor In the places destroyed.
This Is tin; second time the wo-
men at ILidley have fought the of-
ficers when the hitter were making
nilds in an attempt to enforce the
JAPANESE CITY IS BURNING
ONE-FIFTH OF TOWN OF OSAKA
JAPAN ALREADY CONSUMED
FLAMES STILL RAGING.
Osaka Japan. Ju'y iil.-Fire which
has been raging here since early
this morning at U o'clock tonight had
consumed uue-tlfth of the town and
the flames are being fanned by a
The city Is a manufacturing ven-
ter of .".OO.OOU.
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tt SAME DAY AND NIGHT.
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tt more than nine blocks the
tt price for cab calls will bo 11.1c
tt the same as day prices
tt Spot cash required for every
call. Rood horses safe drivers.
ARDMORE TRANSFER CO.
Tom Carter Manager
Phones 70 and 71.
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100 ncres fl" -iri mead-
ow land freo Iron leaaos
e j foot tillable In henrt
of oil field. Will soil at a big
Ardmore : Oklahoma
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We need good roeds but buy otir groceries from us and K't
the best or everything to eat. We always have everything tho mar-
ket sifft.-rds. filve us your grtcery business this month' and be
convinced that we are tho only ItKAl GKOC10KS. Wholesale anil
retail feed stuffs. Plenty of HAY.
The Up To
306-308 E. Main St.
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AND FITZGERALD ATTACK THE.
PRESIDENT IN THE HOUSE. I
ALSO REPUBLICAN PARTY
' Fitzgerald Says People Wanted Tar-
1 Iff Reduction But Got White House
Bulletins Instead Did Taft Use
Washington. I). C July III. The
sincerity of Taft. in the matter of u
genuine downward revision of the
tariff was questioned by Represent-
atives Fitzgerald and Underwood
when the house began the consider-
ntlon of the conference report on
Representative Fitzgerald (New-
York) made a fierce attack on the
president nd the republican party
declaring that "the people have been
crying for a tariff reduction but
got White House bulletins Instead."
Representative Underwood thought
that Taft could have used his Influ-
ence In the preparation of a down-
ward revision bill at the very begin-
ning. FAST TRAIN WAS DERAILED
WHILE RUNNING SIXTY MILES
AN HOUR TRAIN LEFT TRACK
MANY INJURED NONE DEAD.
Ues Moines. Iowa July SI. One
mail clerk and passenger wore se-
riously Injured and twenty passen-
gers cut and bruised a!. en the Over-
land Limited on the Chicago Mil-
waukee & St. Paul railroad was
ditched by u broken rail while
running sixty miles an hour at Cam
bridge near here today. j
The engineer and firemen inlrac-
ulously escaped. 1
SPRINGFIELD PAPER DAMAGED
FIRE WHICH DESTROYED LAUN-
DRY AND GARAGE DAMAGED
OFFICE OF DAILY LEADER.
Springfield Mo.. .Inly 31 Fire
early today destroyed tho Queen
City Laundry a three-story building
belonging to tho Arkansas Cypress
Shingle company and the .1. 11. Mor-
gan garage; also slightly damaged
tho plant of tho Dally bender
The total loss Is $50000.
WILL RECEIVE DONUS OF FIVE
THOUSAND DOLLARS IN ADDI
TION TO THIRTY THOUSAND.
REQUIRED SPEED EXCEEDED
Report of War Department Issued
Yesterday Shows Average Speed on
Round Trip of More Than Forty.
Two Mcs and Hour
Washington 1). (' July .11. Or-
vllle Wright traveled nt a rati of
17.131 miles an hour In his flight
yesterday In returning from the Al-1
exaudria end of the course to Fort
This Is the offlcal report made
by the war department today.
Ills speed from Fort Myor to Alox-
nudrla was oT.'.IT miles an hour.
making the average for the round
trip 42.5X8 miles nn hour.
The Wrights will receive $150000 '
for the aeroplane and Jfi.000 as a
bonus for the oxces In speed ovef
the contract requirements.
President Taft witnessed the de-
scent of Orvllle Wright at the end
of the Journey and participated In
the wild demonstration that was
lven the triumphant aviator.
NEW TRAIN SCHEDULES.
Change of Time on Frisco Today
Another Train to Guthrie.
A new train schedule goes Into
effect on the Frisco today us fol-
lows: The train which formerly left
here at 10:10 will leave at 10 o'clock
and the train which left here at
4:4." 'will now leave at I: SO
A new service has been In ef-
fect on the Santa Fe for several
days iv hereby there Is now a
through train between Guthrie ami
Cleburne other than the regular
through train. Instead of stopping tit
Purccll as formerly the 5: 10 evening
train goes straight through to the
capital and the 11:.'S7 train which
has been made up at Purccll now
starts from (luthrle.
This is a very great advantage
to persons In the southern part of
the state as It enables them to
reach Oklahoma City or (luthrle
In the evening whereby the old ser-
vice gave no option.
The very flower of the Madlll
ball players will be here Sunday ac-
companied hy a large number of
their friends Meet them at U-
Of getting and kcepii
customers is to give- them
the BEST. If jou are
not our customer try us
and see if what you get
here is not BETTER.
MARTIN the Grocer
West Main Street
FOIl TDK MOW MACIIINF.S
Car wmlng thin wick Own
an UTOMOIIII.K. Cash or
easy payments. Did you know
that t'2 per cent of the ex
pi use of keeping an Al'TO is
TIHK expense? Save that ex
pi-nse by buying a machine
with so'ld tires. No delay In
W. G. Chancellor
Will Formally Throw Open Its Doors
To The Public On
Monday August 2nd
We Will Also On This Date Begin a
10 Days Opening Sale.
Every article in our house will be included
in this sale and we will give a
Sweeping Reduction of
25 Per Cent Off
All over the store while many seasonable articles
will be CUT EVEN STRONGER.
This is by far. the CLEANEST and NEW-
EST stock of goods in Ardmore was BOUGHT
right and PRICED right by Mr. Anderson there-
fore this sale will mean a great saving to those
who patronize it.
We will include in this sale a biff lot of NEW
GINGHAM LACES and HOSIERY which
came in only last week.
Nice Apron Gingham for 4c
12 l-2c Dress Gingham for just 9c
23c Figured Lawns for only 11c
5c Val Laces for just 3 l-2c
2 5e Violet Talcum Powder 11c
Big cut in EMBROIDERIES. HANDKER-
CHIEFS. HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR.
Big reduction in LINGERIE DRESSES.
Big cut in SHIRT WAISTS SKIRTS. PET-
TICOATS and WASH SUITS.
No "hurrah" sale but GENUINE REDUC-
TIONS. REMEMBER EVERYTHING GOES.
The WHITE HOUSE
J. O. A. Whaley III.
.1. O. A. Whaley of Gainesville
who with his wife hud been on
a visit to relatives at HI Dorado
Okla. and mho were on their way
heme reached Wichita FalU yea-
terday when Mr. Whaley became
suddenly very sick. .1. M. Maupln
received n telephone message to
come unit bring Dr. Walker to tho
sick mans bedside Hesperian.
Conic to lorcua park this after-
noon and uUiiis-i the most exciting
gam of tin year between -Madlll
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A. C. YOUNG
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
CHINESE VICE CONSUL SHOT
LUK WING CHINA'S REPRESEN-
TATIVE IN NEW YORK CITY
SHOT RY ONE OF COUNTRYMEN
Now York X. Y July 31. I.uk
WIiik iChlneso vice cousul of this
city was shot and seriously wounded
In his office this afternoon by one
of his countrymen The latter was
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 47, Ed. 1, Sunday, August 1, 1909, newspaper, August 1, 1909; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81116/m1/1/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.