The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 230, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 3, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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The Ardmoreite Is the Only Newspaper in Southern Oklahoma Receiving the Associated Press News Service
Clothing French li j cleaned
nml steam pressed. Only
French dry cleaners in city.
Phone I'.Hl IJIuc.
FIRE ESCAPES built anil erect-
i'il to conform with city nml
Btntu laws have us to ilo It.
Jones-Everett Machine Co.
A LID MO RE OKLAHOMA TIII'RSDAY KVKN1NCS MA1UII .i 11)10
Special Sale of Men's Winter
For Friday and SaiurdayTwo Days Only
We will place on sale every Winter Suil Pani and Shirl in our slock at exactly
150 Sample Hats
niiiRlni: i" I'f from $r'0
$:;.)0 will go In this ftile at
Great Reduction in Men's
Work Pants. Shirts
This will be your opportunity
to lay in your supply of work-
ing clothes tor the spring and
summer at a saving of 50 per
cent to you.
A Winter Suits
Price Cut Half Into
S'.'O.OO Stilt will cost
S15.00 Suit will cost JJ tQ
$10.00 Suit will cost JJ QQ
$8.00 Suit will cost J QQ
Wool Shirts at 5o
S2.50 Shirt to coBt you
S-J.00 Shirt to cost you
Sl.no Shirt to cost you
tl.00 Shirt to cost you
50c Shirt to cost you
75o Dress Shirts In good rungu of
in nil sizes
CHAMORRO'S ARMY WIPED OUT
THE GENERAL AND ONLY A
FEW ESCAPING ALIVE.
THEIR AMMUNITION HAVE OUT
General Chamorro's Loss is Eight
Hundred Killed and Wounded
Government Forces Said to Have
Lost One Thousand Men
Itluullulds NIc. .March II. News
the crushing dufeat of ficncial ;
Cluniorro at Tisna on February
leaked out hero today and It wa i !
o lulally confirmed that (.'lumorrn's
forco wna wiped out and that h.1
baiuly escaped with a handful of ht
Ills luss in Killed wounded and
cipturcd Is glvun as S00. He etl-
mates his opponent's less at 100 i.
Ill.i defent wna due to the gliln?
out -f his cartridge!. As a military
menace the provisional army now
teems to merit no higher clusslfl a-
tion thxn that of guerrillas.
With the Sick.
Victor Williams Is roimrted unit
hick at ill residence i'J Seventh
avenue n mil west.
It takes a woman not to cry when
she Is hurt mid to do it when she
UNt-tinLr I tit MftKiU
" f '
: III S
6tbrMtd H tub
toms rnis pant ilts nice u tall -or-made
pr.nt and wears Ilk- buckskin; regular
pricu is SI. 75 ami 51.50; for Friday anil C 5Q
Satur.lui mly . wu can buy them fr. .. I
Beauiiful Neckwcar-Thc Season's Newest
Styles ma lo of a good uality of sill: rog- -i
ular price -25c special I J C
l'our pair of j?ood heavy jjrey cotton Sox for.. .25c
These .ire bitgalus wotthy of your conjdcMfcn. Do not
hll to pay hs store a lsU4utng this special sale
. . 25c
GRANTED ROOSEVELT :.;
1.1'tiuon March '' The c nirt of
Mi nion conn II today uuanim iialv
!op.cd a ro.iolutlnn. onfirriii'; tin
PA UK Ml! Till'. I'ltlNTKlt
Call and See Us. Old Git Hall Building'
heretofore without any
delay. They inspect all
lands and pay cash duvn.
Office o v u r Guaranty
:: :: :: :: :: v. it it it ti it it it
tl Tin r are many reasons why
tl you shoiil use Crown Urand
t" floods. The main reason is
r. "TIII'IY A I IF. KHTTUHI
A home product be sure to
ask for tho Crown Urand.
CROWN BOTTLING A
Morgan J. Hays Prop and Mgr.
Kf(C - - "
"''.00 P.tlltS Will I'OHt
sr. 00 Pants will cost
SI no Pants will cost
s'!.0') Pants will cost
ini ...... .
IVc carry the biggest line of
of any merchant in the oitj
anil for theso two ilayn only
you can buy "The Headlight
"I'nlon Knectal" and "The
Ilnwlf Ilrand" for the Q-
Thn Ilea Mlffht and the llnwk
Ilrand are HTletlv I' N' I O N
M I ) K (IOODS. and nrcehoiip
at tho ahovo price.
Genuine Kaiki Pants
w th bo't straps and cull bot
I ' f .i' fi't i :u o' t'- city on
r i i. Ho e"'it in r. roKiiitlon of
I il' lli.lll-.liil s.TiIris In vlll'i-
'' n. duilu; his presidency and his
ft'orn lownrds the nialutensnce of
til" peace of the world.
Itoocvelt will visit London about
tin middle of May.
New Orleans l.a. March H
Tho weather forecast for Okla- 11
homa for tonight an ' Priday is ::
:: :: :: i: :: :: :: :: n
Km i j i 't'i'omi r we im w ). a
s li illc.t i us.' outer We hand i'
lily "he bi.-t In Ma' and (lio
i'il' i and alway.i . ad wlnt
j i order
W. A. GILLIAM
E. Main St.
When in Need
Of anything kept in si dry
jootlssto e a ;re(!ery stoip
tt hardware store ( r when
you need anything try
J. Matt Moore ? Son
TO BE DEM NOW
NO HOPE ENTERTAINED THAT
EI.XTY-SCVEN LISTED MISSING
ARE STILL ALIVE.
BURIED FORTY-EIGHT HOURS'
In-probable that Any Persons Could
Survive Expofure (or tint Length
of Tlmo Portions of Bodies Celng
Kverett Wash. ilarch 2. Kew he
iric that any of the dlxty-seven per-
uiiH listed iik uiisaliiK. will be fouiet
i'iie for It Is now more than IS hour
huv they were hUrh-d henentli tons
..f miu'W anil lee and the twisted wreck
:(;' of the (Iroat Nortln rn trains whleu
were Kvept to the bottom of the can-
Th.) exact iiiiiiiIkt of dead will not
he known for weeks or not until tlr
snow more than forty feet deep In
;ii canyon has melted.
Workmen dii-'RliiK In the snov airl
wnckase repot t the lludlux of ills-
.ih inhered boilles suvor.il arnis an
hands. Frequently the first Intima-
tion that they were dlKKlni; near a
b: dy coini's when they uncover i
larsc patch of bleed red snow
OF GIRL'S MURDER
lit tiol. Mich. March I Jr. Ceo.
A. l'rltcli was tcilay found Kiillty or
rjaiifUMiKhtcr In connection with the
i ath last Kiimiuer of Mayholle Mil!
nan. v1iom dlsiuetuhered body was
fiiinid in a T'ek near here.
TOWN OP O'KEENE
WAS FIRE SWEPT
l.ald. Ok!a.. March :!. Klre b' ln i
i cd to have been of Incendiary orlKln
(V: : rcyed the b"' at"r part of the town
of (il.ii tie near liciv today. The II v
t-til.'.l in Uic po.-1 oil ice inil'dlnn.
Attcntlcn K. of P.
KeKiilnr ineetiim of Myrtle l.odse
' fnisht. Import mt business.
Al KICK. C. O
W. T. SAI.ISIirUY. K. of It. & S.
Are You Looking for the Best
If so wo have it. Our lino
in complete our equipment
thebst. Kvcr.vthing cloitn
ami sunitnry. We tiro nt
Phono us your order.
Cold Storage Markel
Ramsey & Ramsey
Farm and City Loans
Ve inspect our own loans'
JOG W. Main St.
Buy Your KodaR
Films nt Webbs Studio
and use his Kodaks
Tho best in phoo;:raphB
always at Webbs.'
Eight years in Ardmoro
ALLEN DROOKS SWUN3 UP FROM
ELKS ARCH CORNER MAIN
AND AKARD STREETS.
MOB DOES IRK QUIETLY
Mob Rushed Into the Court House
Seized Nuro and Threw Him Out
of Window to Comrades Dcfore Of
fleers Could Offer Ret stance.
Dallas Teas .March :i fter li'
htiil li et'ii hidden In the Jury room
and a reiHirt had hei u clrculati d
that a change of Venn- would h-
Krnuted to Allen ItrooUs a iickm
years old. he was seized by a in b
which forced an entrance to the
court house sweeping police an I
deputies aside. Allen uas luirlid
thrown!! a window on tin- second
II. or with n rope around his nek
The crowd outside seized the rope
ind dniKKcd the ucki'o through t li
streets to the Klks arch. In the heart
nf the business section where the
body was slruiiK up. The body wa
cut down at 1 1 : ::0 o'clock.
All saloons In Dallas were closed
following tin' lynching.
Hrnok.i was charged with criminal
ly assaultliiK Mary llluvens u white
Irl years f nse. lie was ar
tested shortly after the crime was
committed and fearing m b vlo'eure
the pi'lxoucr was hurried off to Slur-
man ami placed In the (iraysou coun-
ty Jail lie remained there until thl.i
uiorniuK. when he was hi ought back
The mob organized ipiletly iioar
the court house half the number
iitsliliiK upstairs to the court room
cud secuiiiiK ltrooks while tho other
uicmhorH waited anxlJusly below.
Scon t lie negro was thrown out the
window ami the rope around his nook
was seized by tho members of the
mob. Tho pr. cession down Main
street was Indeed a weird on.
Later the mob went to the Jail
and attempted to secure another no-
Kio prisoner but the officers had
learned of tho iiioIi'h IntontloiiH nml
lushed hi in to I'ort Worth.
Dallas Texas ..March !i. The mob
which lynched Allen ltrooks the ne-
gro rapist t.ilay numbered ."000
It s reported at :t:-H this afternoon
that a large mob has left Dallas for
Koit Worth to storm the Tarrant
county Jail thure and secure the negro
niurdiror who was removed to Fort
Woith this morning for safe keuplng
following the lynching of ltrooks.
Kansas City. M.. Mar.-h I In a
ili cl.l u handed u).n here u ;ay the
I'nlted Suites clivtilt ourt icriii"-
ncntlj enjoined the Interstate coin-
ui rce cJiiiiulsslon from eu.''ji"iii' an
order prohibiting railroads ami otln r
cut Hers from all w ing concession- to
owners ami operators of ilea'or f'ir
th - elevation and transfer of grain In
Good Things to Eat
Fresh meats of all kinds
Everything fresh n d
eliim Prompt doli o y
J. A. CLARK'S
Meal Fith unJ Oytltr Purlor
For bargains in tho Wheeler
Oil District Arhticklo Mining
District anil WhsIiIwi Valley
lands I buy direct from tho
allottee which saves tho pur-
chaser a nice margin
B. S. CURTIS
Olllco Sims Pennington lildg.
Olllcii Phono 50 Kua. Phono
Every Rent Payer
Who investigates our home-building
proposition in the beautiful
Lose no time in taking hold of it.
With our plan a person is worse than
foolish to pay rent he or she is crimi-
nally negligent. If you can pay your
rent you can own your home with us.
If you cant pay your rent you are in a
bad fix and we sympathize with you.
Investigate our plan
Walter A. Evans & Co.
Over City National Bank.
THE INLAND EMPIR
FLOOD DISTRICTS FROM WASH -
INGTON COUNTIES ON EAST ar
FAR AS MONTANA.
Spokane Wash. .March :i. Almost
ni'preccdented flood conditions are
reported In the valleys of the. "In-
land emplio" especially on tho oajt-
?in 'lope cf tho ('sscadeH and from
tin cistern tier of Washington coun-
ties into and Including Monl'iua.
While the situation has Improved
In the Couer d'Aleue thero Is yet
danger on all sides as the weather
Is now balmy ami tho streams are
unable to carry off the eno.'me.is
Km. or of waler c.iuhimI by the sudden
M el'.lng of the great ipiantli'es of
i'llnitou In Whitman co.int; 's
1-i it:.ugor mil th.' citizens ar risjrt-
lug to the !!? id dynamite. I.mwSioi1
Idahi: is cut olT by rail mid Pomuroy
hu lad no iit'db for sever il
'rut- big i.i .'.Hon dams at 'i.rl
d k .iinl M 'i i are In gruv1 din
V Th'- 'litest damage u t.-r
ha- been to rrm.itlon work . pir
'ally those under coiislruitlon
$500000.00 of life insurance money to
loan at 8 per cent annual interest. No broKerajie to
pay. Privilege to pay off and stop interest. Large loans
handled as well as small. Prompt service.
City Loans on desirable improved property.
Wanted to buy some desirable farm lands.
A list of your for sale trade or exchange property
Sec me before placing your business.
O. L. CHANCELLOR
Office phono 111 lies phone n'.'2
TELEPHONE NO. 190
Will bring you the nicest and best cli sed carriage in
Ardmorc. We have two bran new carriiges good teams
and do our own driving. We give all calls prompt atten-
tion Try us and be convinced that our service is prompt.
We make calls anywhere any time night or day
1 SIXTEEN PROMINENT RAILROAD
OFFICIALS SUMMONED BY STATE
I CORPORATION COMMISSION.
(Juthiie -Okla. March 3.-Slxton
railway officials Including several of
tho most prominent In the United
States nro to bo served with a sub-
poona issued today by tho corpora-
tion commissioners of the state of
Oklahoma demanding their presence
In Guthrie March 15 as witnesses in
tho freight rate Investigation now lit
The lint Includes President Ootild of
tho Iron .Mountain; President IMson
Kansas ('Ity Southern; President Hip-
ley Santa Ko; President Wlnchcll
tho Frisco; President -Madge Hock
Island; Prosdont Kell Wchta Falls
& Northwestern and President A'len
of tho Knty.
Thn state wants to get at the val-
uation of properties In Oklahoma to
refute the findings forming tho basis
for the recent Injunction issued by
Judge Hooks restraining tho commls
slon from enforcing tho freight rates.
Old ago knows a great deal when
It Is too lato to do nnythlitg with P
Office Handol Itldg. over Dltzler
Dry Goods Co.
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 230, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 3, 1910, newspaper, March 3, 1910; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81292/m1/1/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.