The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 280, Ed. 1, Sunday, May 1, 1910 Page: 1 of 12
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The Ardmoreke Is the Only Newspaper in Southern Oklahoma Receiving the Associated Press Neius Service
Clothing Frensh ilryulonnotl
and stonm pressed .Only
FIRE ESCAPES Imlltnnd oroc t-
oil to conform with city nnd
statu laws hnvo us to do it.
Joncs-Evcrett Machine Co.
French dry cleniiers v.
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1'iinne ntf num.
AKDMOKK OKLA1IOMA SUNDAY MOKNING MA V 1 11)10
The Re-Call Is About to be Exercised
in Another Instance.
Copyright Hart Schailhcr & Mir;
REARING to harness" is pretty lively work sometimes; but if it's well clone the results
are usually good. We've broken a lot of h gh-spiritecl fellows to our clothes; and we ex-
pect to keep on doing it. The man we especially like to "tackle" is the fellow who thinks we can't
persuade him that these fine clothes made for us by
Hart Schaffner & Marx
are better than any he gets made to measure; better for him; economy for him; better style better
quality. We're convincing a lot of just such skeptic right along. The clothes do it; all we have
to do is to get them tried on. Men are sometimes a little stubborn about that but once they get
into the clothes that settles it. They're the best the most economical the most stylish and about
the only clothes that you know are all-wool.
We like to get the other fellow too who thinks these clothes are too high priced; he's easy
if he once gets started: the economy is too apparent.
New suits in grays browns tans blues; fancy mixtures snappy new pattern very stunning creations
$18.00 to $25.00
Great line of fine furnishings; shirts neckwear hosiery underwear. Best hats made.
This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes.
See Our Ad On Page 4
tUMItlllll' M.-tlilt .Oil U I- "III I'll
loom- yi'Htorla wlu-n it .n I iinu'il
that amitlicr ret ail iH'titlon w.is ulxnit
to lie circulated analnnt the Y.f it t
Addition for thu follow Inn er
tut The iiooi( of Arduiiirt ar too
Iiiih) with one thliiK and another to
Klve the mutter of personal delect Ion
L'lid. 'That thu owner of Hie prop-
erty hme Hpi'til loo miirh ininioy in
the way oi liuproviiu nnd beautifying
their proper!. and It In reported upon
what in deemed Rood nutliorltj that
they are about to expend $11.111)0 more
money in thin direct Ion contrary to all
known pioredenU and common pme-
then. .'ird. That the buyor of lotH In thin
beautiful Addition are evompt from all
taoN and Interest until lotx art; paid
for which la aKiiliiftt public policy and
the ownerH of thy property Insist on
their course and pertdst In carrying
out eory uKi'culiHUit Hindu with buy-
ei'H Ith. The property is beliiB void
without lOHtrk'tloim and for only $10
down per pair and $r per month per
pair which In too pout .1 roucotwloii
to the public when compared with
propositions of a similar nature that
are being exploited.
."tli. Ifuyors of thin property hnvo
every benolll nnd convenience of the
City at no expense to them. They
enjoy prlvlloKea not conteinplatcil liy
the laws of the state. .ItidKe Walcott
Is the combined Mayor and Council of
the Addition a combination not provid-
ed for by the constitution. Ilr Is
backed up by a fl'0000 annual appro-
prl 1 ion uy ttie State nnd the universal
nipiHir 'i the people which vcnta too
much power In one man nnd Rives dis-
contents no ground for Kriimldinr
1 and thoso Inclined no oMrtuiilty to
Kraft. This Is tiinAniuxIcnn and an
nbue of huniaii prorORntlves
7th. Harmony provalls iu tills part
of the citv anil I a conHtntit Mniirri.
of nmio alien to other m.M:tlonn whore
turmoil and strife are a constant re
creation to the people. The promoters
of the plan also loan money at 5 per
I cent Interest to Improve the property
ami nuiiii nappy iiomoa winch make
1 too rent a Utopia of that section
1 when compared with other parts or
the city. Inconsistent with general bus-
St h. That there Is no opportunity
for contention over the survey of the
property nor r causu to request the
roslinmtlou of the engineer who did tln
! work which Is contrary to common
I tissue nnd custom. The streets are
too wide heltiK from M) to SO feet In
1 width ntnl nicely graded and taken
1 care of.
9th. N'o scandal can he attached to
the proMsltlon by reason of Park
purchases as the entlro Addition In a
Park and Parked. Contention In this
particular Is lniKisslh!e nnd thus con-
trary to tho best Interent of a lnrge
number of our cltlrctiahlp.
10th. That ft per cent inonoy Is too
! cheap to build homes and establlshe
a precedotit that Is sure to become
dangerous to the money-loaning Inter-
ests. Vuthcr details niav hi- obtalneil by
appljing to II. A AVhlte & Co. Agonts
Things You Ought to Know MONEY TO LOAN
ASVii'fiBi!" Wetit M'"" H: 1 ON GOOD SECURITY.
Our teleiihotlti Is No.'JIi. .
(Mirtjoods are the best mid nlwuys CfiaffC M0nQ3QCS
1 lur prices? Von can't bmt tli I D-..-J 'C .
We are never In dispute with our rfeierteu. jCC
cuntHtiiers uhoiil their nccuunts
"llonc!ty lirliiL's Cotilldence." 1
"Cmilldi'iiro hriiiL's lluslni'SK" . Ml C f C O
"Huslnesibrln.' Appreciation IrfCCflOV J ddSS
202 Main Street
J. Mat Moore & Sons 1
Your Phone Orders j SCREENS
Will be delivered promptly j Scnjen doors Iintl wlndowg
to any part of the city. ' mado t o order. Special
We are agents for Hawkcs 1 (fioor scre(ns ffo; -f 1 . r 0
V fronts made of white ptrtu
celebrated eye glasses. with lixturcs tit
Fralcy's rianinii Mill
The City Drug Store t. hunt
w . H. Fit A M k i-rop. Phono 80 and wo do the rest
YOU PUT IN THE BANK
IS ANCTKMgR LINK IN
THE CHAIN or FORTUNE.
THE STRONGEST CHAIN
WHEN ITS IN THE BANKYOU
KNOW ITS SAFE !
Hi f I r t link hi llt ihulii ul (urdiur nrr lln hnrttt one lu lortfr
.(lrr Iiatr fur JJ thu f Ir I our tliuvr tiu hute mJr ulll help uu
OKl'OStl IHAI MONKY 1 M)IH i't)( KKT
Make OUR bank YOUR bank
First National Bank
Capital and Surplus $200000
ASSETS - - - S 1000000.00
Don l.ncy I'ros; A. H. I'alimtr V Prcn. J A. Illvona ".Irus;
V. li AiiiU-raon Casb
O. II Wolvurtou 1M Ktuultiu Don Itiustdl Ass't. Cualiiem.
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 280, Ed. 1, Sunday, May 1, 1910, newspaper, May 1, 1910; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81342/m1/1/: accessed August 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.