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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore, Monday, April 5, 1909.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Af L.M REITE PUBLISHING CO.
s .-I i(is rr-ni:ci)t
I h I'l.stofflc" at Ardtnoro
cnnd Class Matter.
Official Paper for Carter County
) 1 1 Mi- Ardmorelte, ll Is legal.
Tl HMS OP tUBftCRIMTION.
The Dully Ardmorelte.
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TMe WceWy Ardmofelte.
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M i. 'lis II
m uiiKer'B Offleo 638
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i c in dun reflection on the
-landing or reputation o(
ii. firm or corporation
i. :iiM'nr In the eolumna of
in- will be Ktndly correct-
i m i,..nu brought to the ai
r 'in' management.
ArJmorc, Monday, April 5, 1000.
Weekly Financial Letter.
w ork. April 3. Prices advano
(1 ilnrply on the Now York Mock
I' X" Kin mid on tho closo of luictt
iii i I hnrsduy the advance on an
i ,.i was nearly I H)liita which
I i u r.illv tlmt call for a temporary
n i l ion .it least. Thla, however, will
not 1 1 t Ioiik In nil probability nor
Ik m i v imto. There la soma bail
in w 1 ut In tho whole tho umm Is
row' ''Hi'- depression In general In
ilimiry particularly In tho Iron and
rt . tr )''. has uiniln necessary
(lir r:i'i' r whhwpread cuts. Most
of (lir Independent Iron and ateol
iiiiitiml h-ive nlrondy announced
w.v dill nml tho bulled Slntos
st . 1 inrporntlon I expected tn make
n similar announcement In tho near
future Whether or not such geno-nl
wngi tutting will produce labor ills
tnrlianrr'i rtinnot yet lie determined.
Tlin liiuirfH. however, fnvor nn nb
si nf i of serious disturbances, for
the r non Hint laborers generally
nnd libor union loaders recognise
tin' lllilli trial necessity for lower
wngra nt tho present time. In this
rnnnrrllnn It Is noteworthy tlmt n
strike of Hip anthracite miners hits
lioronio n prolmlilllty tlmt la rnplillv
Till' rrportH of Krona mid net piirn
InpT of thr rnllroiuU for tlu montli
of TVlirmirv Hint Imvp licoti pul
llnlinl no fur rontrllmti' tlnlr illota
to tlio fuvnrnliln iicwn of tho ilnv.
TIip II t In rntlii-r (i Ioiik oiip. hut Hip
iitnrv told bv prnrtlpnlly pvory rp
port !' tlio Bruno. TIip ropnrta illffor
BOinr wfiat from thoup or rrrmn
niontlr ll' Ti'toforp. the liiorPHUPH in
nit irnlni's Hint Iihvp Iiopii at
tnlnoil liai' Iippii liroimlit iiliout Hp
pfirirtlv bv ory (lrnntlc rpiliirtliinx
In operating pxponnoa. wlilrli linvo
li'il to rlisplrlotm Hint Hip inallltntl
nun nnoiintt WPro liolnif anmpwlint
upplirtoil In tlio rpporta for l'plinin
ry lmwi vi r n niiinlinr nf liiorPiiRp'"
In t ! i nrnliiB'M nro found. wliW'tr
nppirftiMv Imllriilp nn Inrrpnao In
traTir Tlil-i ttiillrtitlnn la lioriip out
liy H i tMii'iiipnta of- reilurtloiiB in I
tin ' 'im!" r of Idlo mm rocpntlv
H":1 In uinklnir roinpnrlsoim of
nl t i irnlnm. It aliotild 1 liorno
In i "i l Hi if rnmnnrtRon thla yonr
.1 11 1
!H' 1 I
1 I '
'iv lean period lout ynar.
it.' Inrroniii'B In both jrroaa
milnira mny look atarlllni
i' win lw mncli nafor to
i it Nona with or 1!0rt
t i worthy atntomonta of
i ruing aro thoap of T'nlon
' 'mithprn Pnplflo Thoao
i trrrlforv that apnoara
' "11 v to hnvp v'Tovi-rod
T'iua of dppri'--iiino nnd
'ip maroh mpm n-.l urmPi.
"' - railroad run n In Hip
ii nrp vpry n hUolv
' 'i ippraalon. and r'lilrond
t i arnlngn will rNp to
J" - Ir -f
t Hip tnoat Important hniv
, f (im wppk whlrh la worH
iti iffprl la tlio art Ion of
of Knaland which rpdm-pd
n -rimim ralo of illHcnmil from
" i. 1 n t r rent. Thla 1a iIhp to
thr i v-. of innnov nhrond Tt alao
i:if n Mm for Hip I lino 1ipIii Ihp
xtiort of rnld from thla country to
J't'rJinil o pndPll.
Thr rfHirn of K. H. llarrlman In
jrorl i filth N imiMirtant In that It
hw " the many roporta of lila 111
m ' ' t. ii tiaa Iippii Until aminunl
Inr fi hc bull and HipIi onra
Tl of Hip at root will fron
now rs" i i'i rropa Tho flrat ko
rrnrnt rrtxirf will lio laaiiPd April
I'th -i win haif a 1 arliif liot'i
tinon ftorlt prlcfi nii'1 upon li'i'Inn
TVr 1 n-lrir-i rlt'.intl n In on tlio
mend Tlic bottom hns been lvirbed
niid from now on Mi'" will I
slow but steady and ie-aNn r
.1. It. llfHTos
GRAND LODGE I. 0. 0. F.
NET MEMBERSHIP GAIN TEN PER
CENT AND FINANCIAL OAIN OFj
38 PER CENT.
Tim nnrnl t nAmt. nf fAA t-..ll t.
of Indian Territory will assemble In !
eighteenth annual atttlon at Muskn-
geo on the 1Kb, lJtb, Hth and l'.th!
of April. With the Grand Lodgo Hip
Grand Knramproent and IlclNtkah
Lfldlte mill alao aamblp. Among
thoap who will attend from hpr are
Jndro I. It. Maaon, Hip Grand 8rrp
lary. D. T. XlabpU. D. M. Walki r,
V. W. Tnllafcrro. H. V. Ilaynlo. II. (.
UtoiiK. Hani A. W-Pka, Dr. V. T.
OardtiT, .1 H. Wcka. Mra. S. A.
Maaon. Mra. W. T. nurdncr. Mra.
HcorKP Torry and .Indtto Hi III will .
Itiiaacll. Mr: Ob-nlp Mitchell, official
hi. noKraphcr of tho Orand IOdgp,
will alKo attend from horp.
Tho Orand Bef-rtary In hN annual
r port will ahow a mpmliorahlp Kaln
of thla yoar ovpr laat year of 10 por
cent, nnd a not financial Rain over
Inat year of 38 por cpnt. Tho flrand
l.odne of Indian Torrllory la In a
icry lionlilifnl condition nnd will
probnly ncvor bo unltod with tho
!rand Lodge of Oklahoma.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day
I'A.O OINTMI5NT U mmranteod to
euro any !Ai or Itching, blind, bleiwt
HiK or protruding Pile In 0 to I
:iya or niiy rtiiund d. AUo.
Town Praetlenlly Uostroyon.
Van lluren. Ark., April I. It wa
lenrned through the Iron Mountain
railroad olflcea bpr that tho town
of llllnoia Mtatlon, Oklii., lorty tnllea
weat of Vhii lluren, bus been prnctl
cnlly doat royed by lire, which aurteil
nt 9 oVImk thla morning, lllliiolu
Htatlou baa l.&Oll populntioii mid 1 !
the teiiiiiiinl for nil local freight I
trains on the west end of tno cpiitrnl wve your bond? One nioro cluitice
division of tln Iron .Mountnlii. Tlio " Hion ivp get your liond Ukp wp
lire started in tho e0111111ere.ini Hotol.Kot your store. Do you prise tlioiis
ami thla ami tlio Mtijoalli' Hotel, both nnd dollars more than your bond"
largo frame buildings, -worn tho llratjWo not you. Wo nro many, but yon
to bum, the IiIkIi wind drlvliiK tho (tiro 0110. Wo know you: wo. tho tor
Humes Into tho bualuess section. Tlicjrlhle unknown. Wo hunw all tlio
Piiriiiers' IMnlc block, built of brick, sheriffs nnd marahala, too. Sunday at
In which all of Hie larger stores were
locmeii, was nurueii.
water. A 1180'
AltDMOItH ICK, 1JOI1T
Tclerjraph Patrons Notice. j
The Postal Telegraph system, is nu j
I.N'DUI'UNDHNT SYSTUM We have I
m connection with .'lupetltorH Any j
1. her statements n.e unauHiiirixeil i
Our service Is b.ut. r than rom: ti- j
tors for any number of reasons. We
h 10 no small rall vad stntlona 1 ,1...
lay your business. We conllne our fn-
ci'IHps strictly to coniniPtclHl ino-
H'apl. bu.lneas. The Postal complies '
with nil login, order or regulations ,
I,, ..cl, statP. in compliance with n
order of the Oklahoma Corporal Ion
(P ,nu.. eirn,.iv i,.a , ...
...... -... -.... ........... . . ...
made the ratp 2B cents for in words
to nil our points within the state, nml
transmit the filing time. Compare
thla with competitor.
TUB PORTAL TUL. CAULH CO.
At T K. Kearney's Hardware
Rtoro I. mi tliousnnd fllea by flylnc
against Ills screen doors. BStf
Supreme Court Reconvenes.
Washington, n. C, April 5.-Th
t'nlted Bfatea aunreme court recon
icned today aftpr recess .ten.lli'K
from March 2; till April S. rto. t
slon In the Hepburn comm-KlUe
cIrusp Is expected.
Sell your old fU''nilil . In- i,m
In the Ardmorelte or bet'er bv call
I li it A II. Itawll is, plmii.- IT I m'hi
ll buy it Mm
Bleated on Appsal Bond.
Knox Simmons who hns been In the
courta here for a great many years
nnd who wns sentenced to the peni
tentiary or lour years during the last
term of court hns been relased rom
the county jail on an aural bond In
the cum of $2.r.oo.
Thirty wo kh1Iou I'l'ItR drinking
wnter Jt OO.
Altn.MOHU 1CU. LIfiHT VOWKK
At T. K. Kearney's llunhi-nro
Stoi. tit thousand files by fl.vinn
airninst his ncrtHm diiors. 2Stf
nitlMC dlstU'ed water ABSO
I I TBI V I't'HB,
AHUMOltB K'B LIC1HT it POWER
CAUGHT IN ACT
DEMAND FOR $'.000 SIGNED
BLACK HAND'' FOLLOVED BY
CAPTURE BY OFFICERS.
THREE ITALIANS ARRESTED
MeAl.ater Italian Merchant Depoaiu!
Caeh In Cohe Oven Aceordlnq to,,K,By ay that o1- Hff" exited
Dmand and OffHers Lay In Hiding l' flnd HarJ- or Cn"r Snke' br
Twelve Houn. j Monday night, which will practically
end tho militia a oppratlima In the
dlatrlct. The Indian la believed to
haie retreated to a point about twen-
McAleater. Okla., April i Three ,ty mllea from here, and aa toon aa
alleged roembera of the Black Handjbo lrtia that protection will be af-
Were Arreated at Alderaon thla after-
noon, after Joe Xelll.. an Italian
v.k. v... .
'"jtnp returning aoldlera north. Aa the (adopted by the ablation.
a coko oven, exactly at noon, a'nnlforraed men entered the cars they i We, the members of your commit
package suposed to contain 11,000. , were eyed critically. "Maby ao." one, tee on resolutions do rea'pectfuliy aub
He made the dppoalt In resiionse j was heard to remark, "no Snake yet I mlt the following,
to a letter received yesterday direct- j tone to bruah." The militiamen Bay lie It resolved, That we the mom
Ing that he do ao under penalty of!tn experience has been of great !bers of the Carter County Tench r-
fleam. 111a atore waa wrecked by
dynamite the night of March sn, be
cause of hla failure to heed the ex
act directions In two previous letters
The letter received yesterday was
Iiost marked Alderaon. It waa writ
ten In the same hand as the two
previous letters postmarked Krehs
nnd waa In the Sicilian dlnlect. It
reminded him of the destruction of
his store and said that It was done
merely as a sign that they meant
hitalneaa. Translated, the letter
"Joe. this is the third time. May
be you thought It Joke. Was Tues
day night Joke? Joe, we don't llkei
to kill, but we wnnt thousand dnl -
hira. You think you ar smart.
to officers but did you
We know ofTlpprs. IMd I
officers savo your store? can officers'
noon, you brliiK 0110 thousand In hills
.0 nrai coko nvon w.-at or Alderaon. i The National Association of Sta
No markPd bills. Wp P.xnnilne thotonory Hngmeers moots ovorv see
bills and treat you accordingly. Coinoiom and lourth Wednesday night nt
alone, this la your last chancp. This! tho Odd Fellows' Hall
k 1'OWHUIh our laat letter. Sunday noon. I
! Black Hand. They wait fur you." I
Two deputy sheriffs concealed
themselves In a stock bin last nlabt
within thirty yards nf tho oven. At
noon Xellls wont therp nnd loft tboi
nioupy. Kour mlniitps after bo loft 1
yojiiiK Italian wns seen going '
ntrnla;it to the oven, went In and Kot
the package, mid tlio officer rushed 1
,mil ,,,, Two ,,,,,,. n,(nr.tij. j
following l.lm. wore biter arrostoil.
Slllr, , ,,,0W,K
up of tho store;
, K,.p,m , Hrnno of ,woj
,,,,,, to Brt 10
mnnev. the town
M ,.,, ,, n UM
lnK "(ri" "l''"-
PAY YOUR TAXES
AFTER SATURDAY APRIL 17 UN- I
PAID TAXES DECOME DELI.M
County treasurer Hump is anxious
to haie the people come in nnd make
payment on taxes. If too muny wait
or the last days the oltlce force can
not wait upon them and some of the
tuxes will go delinquent. Sat unlay,
Anvil 1? im Ihn l..d .1.... .-.m u.t.lk .. u
""") " uc .uoiiuiiy uiurii
Ing, April 19. all taxes not paid will
be delliifiuent und will be collected
with extra chnrises. Only one-half o ,
I ho tA-cec nrn iliin nnw nml tlm nllinr i
the taxes are due now and the other
half must lie paid by the 15th of June.
Ater this year alt the taxes become
due at one time.
Licensed to W?d. j
Marlace licenses have been Issued
to Lester M liner and Miss Minnie
1'etty of Keller. The couple .wns mar
rled by Dr. Wynne of the Broad way
Baptist church. Licenses were also
Issued to .lnbn Ward and Alla Xtoine 1
Mock of Woodford.
At the Sanitarium.
One o the patients who is very sleU J"
at the Sanltnrlum Is W. 1. Booker,
who was broiiKht here from Wnpa
nucka. Mrs. J. K. Nelson Is convnlesclnt;.
That's the name of the best flomr
old In Ardmsrrt
Se'J that old furnlturo by placlnr
a waut nd ln Tho Ardmorelte.
SOLDIERS ARE CALLED OFF
"""' Ha. Okla . April 4. Today
w,u" "u lne '"irwai or an i m
state forcpa frnm the Hlrltnrv ammitTC
K-oimd dlatnct. h.x mile, aou.heaal
of thla place, .ave Col. Hoffman and
a a-iuad of tfii selected men alao.
lth the detachment are Major Herr
t.f Chandler and Capt. Bditngton of
I WatonKa, staff offlccra and newapo.
Vr men. 1
Tho,,t' romln frnm Hkory grounda
lOTa"ti lne omeera tning ne will sur
' n'pr- number of Creek full-blooda
' ww on lne hT,"' lrH!n ,nal vrri"
value to them.
Secretary Spauldlng of the Com -
iiiT-mni urn hub none 10 saini inna
to meet his wife on her return home
mm a visit to Michigan.
In the district, court ltoy liowmati
lias Ix-en granted 11 divorce from
In the suit of C. U. Anderson ve.
L'has. CiMik, plaintiff waa given Judg
ment or $3S1.
Minnie Lindsay was granted a di
vorce from her husband, Judge Lind
say. Judgment lor plaintiff waa taken ir
jthe case of it. C. Duff vs. Itobt. 12.
' l-ce. n ,
Bessie Nolletnbbee was granted n
divorce from her husband James .Vol
A decree of divorce was granted In
the stilt of .Myrtle .Moore vh. .Mill
Moore. Plaintiff asked $2,000 but up
on settlement accepted $100.
Mrs. M. U. I'iIb upon payment ot
$10 took Judgment against W. T.
Caples for a town lot.
N. A. S. E. Unlnn.
It. M. LILLY, President.
C. S. OIHSItMIKH, Secrctnry.
One Suit Filed.
Wnlter Colbert has llloil suit In the
,,,str,ct C(),,rt ngntnst Ludlo and Minn
',on''"' tor tn" '0''l'l't'" ol' u mtc
wri,,,l""'e Property inortKiiged
to l('('"rt tlle ,,ot" lrt !'lHO asked,
Notce of Sale of Re-il Estate bv
estate of Benin-
mln llrlnklev n minor
f Z'Z 'XJn In pursuance
' "ll " "erv P"n " pursunnce
ot an oivler of tho Coun:y Court ot
Ui Ponntv nf AinVn ct.,t.,. nvi,,.
l.oniH. mad., on tho 12th day of March
11900. the undersigned cunrdlnn of tho!1
estate ot Ilenlnmln Brlnklov. a minor, i
will 9ell at private salo to the hlgheit j 08.Ut" of pJnil" Wll
bilder sublect 10 conflrmntlnn In- Rnl,llW,i r Wt4 f SWV, o
bilder sublect in conflrmntlnn ,i- Snl.llMW or " of h" v "f S.tlon 1
Court on Saturday, tho 10th day ofl""'1 K'- nf SEV of SR,' "f sc,lnn
April. A. D. 1900. at 10 o'clock a. in..." an" XWV of SSVV of NW"' "f
Oklahoma, all the rWit.,BWI,on J- ,0Wfi'P ' -orMi. KanKc
terest of said Benjamin:1' Rml of "t NWi
title and Interest
llrlnkley In and to his surplus ullot-l"f
ment, being a fee simple ostnte In
and to the following lesorlluO rnl .
eatate tltunt.. In County, Stut of Ok-
. lahomfl, to-wl'.- !
The WK. nf SW nf VR U an.l '
. ... ,
.w 4 of NW 14 of S13 M and
, i'j 0f it 0f gw V, of Sec 9 Twp
i5 xorth It.niee i wt mi.i 'v w
Vl of NW U of SB M and N 14 ot
XB i; of SNV am, ssv v 0'f S'R
..... . .
01 ,mv '4 or sec. 21. Twp. .1 South,
Range 3 We,t. and S U of SW V. nf
NB U and NW V, of NW v. nf si?'of
Vt nud X u of NB V, of SE V. nn,! ,
SB of K '4 of NW '4 of Sec'
IS, Twp. c south. Range 2 West,,
Said real ei-tate will be wll on the
n,ul conu,uons' lo'
: , h
,u imrcnnse merooi IIIUSI
I be in wrltln.,- and must uo filed In
! the County Court or dolIvorfHl to tho
undersigned at Atoka. Oklahoma, or,
M. Humphreys, of Atoka. Okla
homn. or the County Judgo of Atoka
D.Ued the 10th day of March, 1909.
ROBERT B. BR1NKLEY.
wk 21-31-7 Guardian
his attorney. J. M. Humphreys,
Want to hire a man?
Wnnt Ads win pot him for you.
Read Ardmorelte want ads.
TEACHERS AND TRUSTEES
CERS ADOPT RESOLUTIONS.
j The Carter County Teachers nml
. Trustees Association. Saturdny ei.i,
,nf ctosert very p.ea.ant an,, .
lb,e l 1"Jr'' n,"8-
off,cer tor t"e coming eai vm
elected m folloa:
I'reatdent, j. h. Dennla, clerk of
l'oland chapel achool.
Plrat Vice lreldont. .1. c u...
principal ML Waahlngton achool.
I Second Vice 1'realdent. Dr. Tailor
cl,?r" Woodford achool.
! Third Vbe 1'realdent. V. A. Tali
1 ferro, ch rk of Ixne Grove achool.
Corrcaponding Secretary .ira. .Ma
.bel Heald of Healdton.
lteconllng Secretary. Marhall
' Treaaurer, A. J. linker,
I. one O rove achool.
. Th 'own reaolutlona
ami Trustees' Association extend our
i " i mi. i. ii. iniuonz Kir ins
1 assistance both financially ami m utal
i" i many scnooia or Carter i
county, which are now airilvinir j
'chiefly through the aid that th-y ,
jhave received at bis hands. !
He it further resolved that wo e-
tend our thHiiks to our county mi p. r-1
Intendent. Mrs. Nlhlack. who hns had
the good of Hip schools nt heart and
has always acted ncconllnitly. for tlv
many benefits which we have d-rli-'
wl from the good example and urn-,
Me It further resolved that w.- e -1
tend our thanks to Judge Hussell !
for hla consideration In shins up'
his room for our use duiinir the I
Be It resolved fnrtlicr tlmf iiw
dully papers of Ardmore be reiiuohti'd
jMi.riinu uii-a,- 1 rnuiiii Ulna.
S. W. TKIlItY.
B. I nOMAU.
W. T. AUMSTUONf!.
ItUSSHLL B. imOWN'.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
Ill tho matter of the guardianship
of Minnie Willis nml Vira Willis 1
minors, Benlaniln Willis, guardian.
Notice Is hereby given that In pur
miance of nn order of the County
Court of the Coun-ty cf Leflore. State
of Oklahoma. maJe on the 11th dav
of July. 190S. the undersigned gua
dlan of the esato of Minnie WIl'l I
and Vira Willis will sell at puMIc!
sole to Hip highest bidder subj et!
to confirmation by said Court oni
'!o"',B-".u,".10'Vr; .r Ai:rn: Hfiir a nnNFFnpRATF hamfI
iiwt-vii me jKMirH (ll ;i uu o ClOCK
tho rnornlnt: and the sotting of the
! sun the Mine day, at Anlmnre. In
front of tin court house door, all
tho .right, title anli Intorost of said
.iiinnip anil vira Willis in and to
lono.unK upscrnie,! real estflte
sl,un,"'l ln counties of flnrvln.
nnor nn" stp!,!n8. o of Ok-
.uiiiiuii. io-wh: iiiijoc.t to 1 110 1 re
Willis la the
Sc"nn T'nsblp 1 South.
Wst. ami SW'i', of SR
f SK"' a'" SUV, of Stt'U of SIC',
of Rwtlon 15- Towwrtilp ?, North.
,lnne 3 wpt- ot NKV, of
S,:'' SBVi Of NKV, Of SEV, Of
Siuitlnt, 11 -I V. u.a.nl.l.. f a .1. 11
nuiui i munii, iiniiso
i. nun rvsi 01 1;' or SW
SK' of 8W4 of SE', mvi WWj
f of SKVi a"'1 of S1' cf
N'W", of Section 27 Township 1
V.nlh lluin r. l- a,c,, ..
; ; " " 1
N'K'4 of SW'i r4l
S4 of SW14
N'I:' f SWH
of Section (i,
Townahlp 2 South, Itange fi West
HalU p"tat8 ,0 1m" so,,i 0,1 te
""wv" '"etna ami conditions, to-
2nd day of March,
Welch K- Cnithls. Attorneys for pu
tltlnner. Tnllhlnn, Oklahoma.
Trnln I lir llnb- i:nrlr.
Itself nnd nttcnil It porsonal nffalrs. bo
u mourn irnin 11 io nnvo iinusac"
every day at a rnitnlnr hour. Ont It to
On tills early In life nml tlio Kooit habit
will ntlek forever. And Hint will mean
continuous health. Hut If It l bnck
ward In this respect, nnd liullncd to
constipation and tilllciusncss. then liolp
It tiy Klvlnir Hinall doses of Dr. Calrt-
,vr" " fyrup I't'psin, n prescrllieil in
,I0 .jlroctlons on the wrapper A Dot-
tie can lio nlitalnnl nf nny druggist nt
t0 cents or fl ThniisnmlH of families
keep It constantly In the bouso for a
rtnmncb, liver or bowol illsonler. It Is
plfiisnnt tn the tnHte. Kontle In action
but efft'Ctlvc, and children liko IL
GREAT SALE OF SILKS
D ress Goods, White Goods, Gloves
and Neckwear From Now Until
LOT I. I'ancy. plain
white, dotted Swisses,
fancy Ii" tired Swisses,
fancy white jactjuads.
fancy mulls, and fancy
batiste, not a piece worth
less than 50c, this week
your choice yard
LU I" II. A fine line of
$ dotted and figured Swisses,
lancy batistes, plain India
linen and Persian lavwis,
fancy vaistins and bat
istes, a very large line to
select from this sale a
.See our new line of ladies'
white wash collar each 25c
We are showing a fine
line of kid gloves for
Easter wear, price per
pair $1.00 to $1.50
Tourist Kouching a box
Fine line of neckwear for
Spring has just arrived,
see them attach 49c, 63c
2.00 long silk gloves now
1.50 long silk gloves now
J. 0. FISHER, Manager.
lll,w" win kukiinii, IIUIIIL.
W' F GILMER SAYS HE WILL
RAISE BY PRIVATE SUBSCRIP.
The veterans hold another very In
terestliiK meetiiiK yusturday nfter
noon nt tho Broad way Baptist church.
The ntteiidnnce iwns very booiI. There
was a complete choir present under
the leadership of Miss Cameron
Boone nnd h laro nuinbor of ladles
fnioreil the veterans with their pres
W. T. Gilmer returned 011 the 1:20
train from n visit to Oklahoma cities
In the interest of the Confederal
Home. He made his way to the
church and arrived In time to bring
to the veterans a inossaae of good
cheer. Ho said the sons nnd dnugh
tors In C-uthrlo. Shnwnoe. Oklnhomn
City nnd Lnwton were now nt work
raising funds for the honip. Hp hold
a conference Snturdny with Gover
nor Haskell and laid before him his
Plans for raising funds for the State
Confederate Homo. Mr. Gilmer's
plans were approved and the gover
nor will Issue a proclamation setting
nsldo a certain day this spring to In
known ns Confederate Pay and on
this day people will get busy In
every school district of tho stnte
nnd devote the day and .evening In
raising funds. Mr. Gilmer said tint
he would ralsu $15,000 for this
purpose during tho spring months.
Commander Wood suggested thai
June 3, tho birthday nf Jefferson
Davis, bo set apart at Confederate
Bay In tho state. This Idea wns gen
erally concurred In by tho veterans,
sons nnd daughters nt the (lllmer
hotel, nnd tho dny on which (lover
nor Hnskell .will bo asked tn Issue
his proclamation will bo dei lde-1
D. R. Cnldwell of Tyli r Ti xmw,
who Is now agricultural uri ut for
tho government, was present ut ihU
Great SilK Sale
Kvnry piece of 27 inch
talfeta, every piece of 27
inch plain satin foulards,
all our fancy foulard, . ilk
crepe de chcin, check
and silk pongees, and all
novelty suiting, 30 inch
black taffetas, for this
week your choice of the
entire assortment for a
Every piece of 27 inch
china silk, every piece of
27 inch jacquards, every
piece of 27 inch maxme
silk, and one lotof 27 inch
crepe de chcin, all go at
Fine line of fancy striped
wool voile, also line line
of fancy striped mohairs,
plain sergns, fancy checks
values in this lot worth
from 05c to s 1.00 a yard,
all go duringt this great
sale at a yard
jne.i .o co,,".
federate forces In Montgomery. Alp.,
in his regiment were 1,500 men and
when they surrendered only in.ity.
six men wero left in that t online-lit.
He fell three times In bat'le, at
Manassas, ut Seven Pines and in the
wheat field nt Gettysburg.
Colonel Mullen nnd .Valor !?..ir.:ih
mnde brief tnlks on tho goo-l of M10
order. They suggested Hi.it th bb
oral proposition mndo by air. Luke
to give them a piano bo ac i-iitpd am!
also talked nt length ib-iut a per
manent meeting place for Hi, anip.
A committee was appointed to seo
about getting n r;i:ir i.all Mr hold.
Ing the weekly m . : nm and Cap?
John T. Wyont was appointed to get
tho piano which Mr. I.uko had given
the cum p.
Tho muslcnl program i.as a very
good one. pant 1'rnmo nml Cord I o
Boll sang a duel. Llltlo Gladys Rob
inson plnyod Dixie on the piano
while Hie veterans and their guests
stood. Miss Cameron Iloono and
Mr. John llorfmnii sang solos. The
High Schools girls' sextette was pros
ont nml sang.
MORGAN'S MAIDEN EFFORT.
Oklahoma Rrnresentatlu rw.
Reduction nn Gypsum.
Wushlngloii, April r. T, fr ,
speech Dial Dick Morgan of tho Ok
lahoma City dlslllct made thr.
house was In opoKlllon of that nor-
Hon or I ho Pnyne bill ,v,,., ,,rn.
vldes I ho duly Ry,um Hlm
reduced ftnm nny ,., , f( ,v
cents per Ion lie wnnlii (ho duly to
leinnlii as high as II h, ,j ,,"ks
II Is loo low nl Hint.
Dmidoi'illO ;",rl"' . wtilrs.
,., , . 'I proilnci.H hair
uii. im unrelv an ruin 11ml Hiinshlno
ralhen ernpM proiluees 11 thick
Krowil, or luniilaiit hair when all
other reiniullen rail V guaraiiteo
anileilne All ill mK(;IM n.i It '.'no
Wl iiimI ll ner Im.IIIi. ' ,,. lt(
wor 1 n, ,M ,l ml will. Hi.. luHlainps
orallvnr ami w.Mvlllmalivo,, r M,
free nn moil K NOU'I 'I ON nv
ll KINK Hll, (MH.uiVso, III! "