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The Ardmoreite Is the Only Newspaper in Southern Oklahoma Receiving the Associated Press News Service
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ARDMORE, OKLAHOMA SUNDAY MORNING 1 IC It 12 15)01)
The Return X c The
Brings joy to the heart of many children (and sonic
mothers ) Vacation time is near the end and prcpera
tion for the opening of school must be hurriedly made.
From head to foot the child must be clothed anew
in order to make them presentable at school. Shoes,
suits, waists, caps, stockings, etc., must be bought for
the boy. while dresses, ribbons, shoes, stockings, and
so on will be needed for the girl.
And Only One Week Left in which to get
them ready. Wc can help you along in the matter,
for we have all manner of school wcjrables for boys
and girls. ,
Boys' School Suits, all si.es and qualities, with
cither straight pants or knickcibockerc, at prices
from $1.50 to $10
Boys' Knee Pants in a wide range of materials, either
knickerbockers or straight cut, pair 50c, 75c, 1.00 1.50
Boys' Waists, suitable for school wear, cither light or
dark colors, all sizes at 50c and 75c
Children's School Shoes, dependable, wear resisting
sorts, styles for either boys or girls, from the best lines
manufactured in America, prices all the way up
from $1.00 to $3.50
School Hosiery, it has been said that Madden's sell
more hose than all other stores combined, because wc
sell the "Poncy Stockings" for boys and girls, pair 25c
"Lad and Lassie" Stockings, a new number with us
but proving to be a good one, it wears and looks like a
"twenty live center" and cost you only a pair. ..15c
New Ginghams. Percales. Galeteas and other suit
able materials in great assortment, by the ard, if )ou
want to do the making.
Special preparation has been made by us in order
that wc might be able to lit the children out in school
We want to make this the trading place f all the
children in Ardmore, bring or send them to u& "o be
The Place To Huy Good Shoes
innw 11 1 n 111 iinrn
LuW Md HAM
SHOT W TEACHER PUBLIC GOLD BRICK
AS PUPIL DREW A KNIFE THE PEARY SAYS COOK HAS NEVER
TEACHER PULLED A REVOLVER BEEN TO THE POLE AND HE
AND SHOT HIM DEAD, CLAIMS TO HAVE PROu.- OF IT.
School Bully Had Declared That i Navy Department Yesterday Received
There Would Be No School and i
When the Teacher Insisted There j
Would, Youth Started to Use Knife.
Ciravctte, Ark., Sopt. 11. John Hut
ram, a imiill, wan shot uml killed yes
terday by IiIk tonchur, A. T. Kolloy
at tlio edge of McDonald county, Mis
mirl. Ilittroii) hnd caused the teachers
much trouble. He nimouuced that
thorn would he no school. Kolly In
sisted that the session would continue
as usual. During tho discussion imt
ram drew a, knife, whereupon Kolly
That he Found the
New York. N. Y.. Sept. 11. A lis
patch fiom Commander I'onry, dated
Wattle Harbor. I.ibnuUr, yoUordny,
which lnis Just boon received In thin
"Ho not trouble about Cook'n sto
ry or attempt to explain any dla
crepmiclUH In his statement. Tho af
fair will auttbj Itnelf.
"Ho has not been at tho tole on
April 21, 1D0S. or at nny other t'ti e.
He Ikih simply handed tin; public
a 'sold brick."
"These statements are made udun
Passing of Another Veteran.
IllcKlnsvllle. Mo.. Sent. 11. Colonol
J I., l'ace, superintendent of tho!1"11'- " ' lmvc' ',root "f them
' state confederate soldiers homo, died
h re last night.
New Orleans, I,a., Sept. 11.--The
weather forecast for Okla
homa for Sunday Is generally
fa !r and cooler In the north-
Peary Notifies Navy Office.
W'tmhliiRton. I). C, Sept. 11. Pen
ry's flint official notification to the
navy d pat tmeiit advising of his
dUcovery of the north pole, came
.. o the department tills morning in
a dispatch, readlux:
j. "Respectfully, report my return. I
1 hoisted the iiuyeiihlgn tm Uie nor'U
j j pole, April Hth. (Sinned) PI.'.WIY."
jji Tile followliiK message av8 rci.-h
fj ed by the secretary of stato:
: - : : "1 itsppctfully report that I ui
The Best. jed the stars and stripes on i
The water used In tho production of i north pole, April nth, and forma.!
cur carbonated beverages Is not a took possession of that entile regair
filtered solution of decaying animal land adjacent territory for an I In
It's Time for You to Think
About your fall and winter suit. II sou will visit our .store and
see the the immense stock we have for you to select from, it
will be very easy for you to make up your mind as to what it will be
5 isw Wc carry the celebrated Schloss Bros.
r-rty JfL clothing for men, which can't beexcelled
-'iaS V'? ' h m style material or workmanship.
UrW Priced at $16.50, $20
. M SIM mirl Ot-lnr sup-
KMQW inns, I '0
tlMlf aJ Ifflk
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Young Folks' Outing. I'lather, John Freeman and Homor
Tim following vonmt folks returned Adnms, Mrs. Calley chaporone. They
l-'rlday afternoon from a week's out
Iuk on l'eunlnKton creek near Tisho
mingo: Misses Sadie Hull, Mary and
draco Williams, Koper, Frame and Mot small boys Idea of a model
Whitfield and Messrs. lCdward Gait, mother Is one that wouldn't clean
Leland (lalt, George Williams, Kinney ouf their ears with a hnlrplu.
report nn enjoyable time and plonty
of fish and gamo.
and vegetable matter but a distill
ed and aerated water of great purity,
carbonated with puro carbonic acid
gas, bweetcned with syrup made
from American standanl granulated
sugar only, flavored with the purest
of flavoring extracts, giving to our
gcods that pungency and full round
flavor required In all first class car
bonated beverages and demanded by'tlm"or 21
all who know what such beverages
should be. If you prefer a flat, Vale
Insipid, tastelest. beverage do not
buy our goods. They will not salt
you. If you know what carbona'ed
i beverages should be, give ours a
trial, that's nil.
AltDMOUK 110TTI.ING AN' I)
J. T Oltlt, I'ropletor.
the name of the president or tn
United States of Ameilea. A n c nl
and United States flag wcr I ft In
possession. (Signed) PlvAUY."
cial brands at $12.50
and $15. We can fit
the smallestor largest
man in extra pants
sizes 30 to 50 waist
measure, at $1.50 to
Sec our lino of lidips Shirts. Wc nn; not boasting
when we say the lcli psu" is the best 31.00 ruul s 1.50
shirt on the market today, they can bo louiul here in all
the late patterns.
We have been handling boys ami youths' clothin;.'
(or a number of jears in yu tity. But never before have
we had such a mammoth stock of hij h frado merchandise
in this line. In fact we have the very best irade of boys'
and youth's clothing the lvttitern factories are putting out
there are none better. Wc can fit them all, brin; them
down. Our prices are the lowest.
New floods arriving daily in every department.
Men's shuts 1,50 to 00, Hoys shoes 1.25 to ,voo.
Cook Sails for Home.
Clurlstlaua, Sept. 11. Doctor Oik.i
Church 250 Years Old.
Kingston. N Y Sept 11
the Arctic explorer, sailed today for , ,,,rsl ,,,,.,, c,1roh r .K1KSt,IM m
New York, where he Is due S p-1
H'lli I iF iiriu ii I'.-ii'ui ill 1.1 l-
2.10th anniversary. The clni'-..i was
orgaul.ed here u lO.'i'.l and Is ou. if t
the oldest religious orKanl'iMJiit In 1
TRAIN WAS DERAILED -.""ijiv
MISSOURI PASSENGER TRAIN
FROM KANSAS CITY TO LITTLE
ROCK IN DITCH.
Beginning with Monday, September 1 3th
we will for one week give one fourth off
on anything in the store. Don't miss this.
We give you the best that can be had for
the money. Telephone your wants or
give us a call. We will deliver prompt
ly all goods bought of us. Telephone
Nickel Store & China Palace
H. P. WOLVERTON
Kansas City. Mo.. Sopt. 11. -M' -souil
I'aclflc paswengor train No. a,
which left heic today for Little Itoek,
was derailed near Swopo I'aik, ten
miles south of Kansas City.
Several passengers aro reported In
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ARDMORE ADSTRACT CO.
Oldest In the County t:
W. S. Wolveiton & Son
llonded Ahstractors of Carter 51
County. (leneral Insurance. J!
Money to loan on City and S!
Farm I'ropeity. V
113 North Washington St. 11
Gorman, Bogie & Dobbins
Reasonable Rates Dependable Insurance
Over City National Dank Phone No. 50
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THE CROWN DOTTLING
Sell nothing but the puroi; of
A trial will convince the
mint skeptical that CIIOWN
Is synonymous with purity.
Crown Bottling Works
M ,1 llYS.
1 i -idcnt and MaiM-f- r
To loan on farm uml city proi-rtv
rciiMoiiihlr rate nf Interest. Will loan
money to pay tiff old imtv.or lor any
olln-r purpOKi-ii, You k'l't all you Per
row and prompt wn I'p. If on ate
t til uk 1 ol iMirrnwliiL' moiK-y mi nn
I alto Iiiix i liiiyer.i for farm lundx,
O. L. Chancellor
I'lionc'".' Offlci- lliimlol lllili;
Expert Piano Tuning
By C. P. Corwin
l.cl us n-fer you to 'ho1.' ict whom wo have tuned. Tmun.
cleaning ami n Hunting . $3.03
Phone 569 T. Q. Garrett at Dridgman Hotel
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Ramsey & Ramsey
Farm and City Loans
Wo iiihppft our own loans
LC'(i W. Main St.
Ard more, Okla.
The Golden Gate Will Open Wide
To those who buy coffee and teas from us. Wc aro exclusive ncnts for the celebrat
ed "GOLDEN GATE " coiTee, tea and spices, we net f,csh shipments every week
from the roaster at San Francisco.
The Fountain of Life
For vegetables will soon be installed in our store, we have ordered a mcdern vegetable
fountain that will enable us to keep fresh vegetables every day in the year. Depend
upon us for everything in high grade groceries, if HIGH GRADE GOODS, BET
TER SERVICE AND MODERATE PRICES will get your business it's ours.
W. J. LANE, The City's Grocer
109 Main Street Phones 247-441