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The Ardmoreite Is the Only
(Motility Frcii"li thy denned
ami Htenin pressed. Only
French dry cleaner In city.
L'hone ItW Itlne.
TH l continued appreciation, by Ardmore ladies i f
our PRACTICAL AND PKiU'KCT I-TITINC.
policy, has brought us to sec the necessity for shoes of
better quality. In view of this fact we have abandoned
many of our old lines of Northern and Western make
and have installed Slippers and Oxfords from America's
leading FAR IAST factories.
This week we Invu received the advance Spring
shipment of these makes and such a beautiful assort
ment of "Lndics Foot Toggery" has never been shown
in Ardmore before.
We have ail new model patterns made over special
fitting lastd. every size from the smallest to the laigest
nnd every width from the narrowest to the widest.
All the new affects in Black Patents. Black Suedes,
Black Buckskins, Black Satins, Dress Calf and Fancy
Tans arc ready for your inspection.
It is not too early to make your selection, many
havc.alrcady done so, and you arc especially invited to
come and look. Let us show you these new things,
You will be well rewarded by
coming and our shoe salesmen
will be glad to explain the new
features no matter if you buy
The prices are right
$3.00, 53.50 and $.j.oo
Where Quality Counts.
Kivo reaioiiH why you should buy
Crown fanioiiH candles.
iBt. Hccnuso tlioy uro tho hurt.
that can be made.
2nd. It is an Oklahoma product
Ilrd. It Is made by Oklahoma
Hit. You are holping to build
up an Industry of which your utiito
will bo proud.
5th. Wo need your support and
appreciate every dollar you spend
for Crown's famous brands.
Ask your rtenlor lor thorn, have
Crown Bottling & Mfg. Works
Morcan J. Hayes, lret. and Mgr.
For anything you m a y
need in dry goods, grocer
ies, hardware or anything
kept in a general store, the
beat of everything, and a
bit; stock to select from.
J. Mat Moore ? Son
The Ball is Rolling
The Parker Pilt'tir.K Co., wishes
to thank the many candidates who
havo already come forward and had
us print their campaign cards nnd
other literature. Don't wait till your
nppout-nt gets ahead of you, but
start NOW. Come to see us,
Parker Printing Company
For bargains In thn Wheeler
Oil District, Arbuokle Minlne;
District nnd Wnshltn Vnlloy
lands. 1 buy direct from the
allottee which saves tho pur
ohnter n nice margin
B. S. CURTIS
Oltieo Sims I'enniiigtou llldg.
Ollleo IM10 ,u .'(I, Hot. l'hone
PAY YOUR GAS BILL TODAY AND
SAVE DISCOUNT. .9 2.
PUMPS AND SLIPPERS
Tulsa, Okla., Feb. 0. After hear
iiik comiil.iluts trom many sections
of the state of the systematic pass
inn or counterfeit silver dollars and
working 011 the case, Deputy Mar
shal Ceorr.e Hanna arrested (Jarflold
Hryan. nucd 'Jo, at Sapulpa today.
Ilryan admitted that he had pass
ed counterfeit dollars and had some
of the coins In his pocketH whou
(searched. He was brought to Tulsa
last eeniiiB and bound over to
I he federal Brand Jury by Commis
sioner V. V. Hyams. Ho will bo
taken to the Muskogee federal jail
llroken Arrow, Tulsa. Sapulpa and
ICuid business men have been vic
timized by the counterfeiting game.
In thu futuro It will be cash on
delivery for ovorythliiR we soil.
Wo pay tho cnsli and will savu
you money ifyoutrado with us.
We bundle the best in moats
The Cash Market
Hon 0. Forbos, Prop.
Is tbo roittl to -veulth. You
cconoiniza whou you buy gro
ceries from us. Wo ilon strict
ly onsh business, pav for our
uoods when we get them, and
save you fro.u fi to '.'5 cents on
every Item, it will pav you to
so j us.
Phono 01 W. Main St.
Money and Land
Monoy loaned 011 laud at 8 per
cent in eroRt.pnyubloiinnuallv.
Wo pay strict attention to till
applications for loans nnd et
1110 monoy without delay. Wo
havo purohaBora for (arms, who
will buy, also havo lands for
sale. Let us fcnaw your wants.
LEDBETTER O WIMBERLY
Bledsoe Dldg. Ptaont 643
Newspaper in Southern Oklahoma
AKDMORK, OKLAHOMA TIU'KSDAY 1CVKNMN(! KKlilit'AK Y
STATU ACCOUNTANT, WHOSE OF- WORKMEN AT SAWMILL, WARM
KICIAL REPORT LED TO INVES- ING THEMSELVES, WHEN DIG
TIGATION, TESTIFIES. BOILER EXPLODES.
H.iskell Won't Tnkc Stand in His
Own Behalf Until All the Charges 1
Have Uccn Brought Out In the
;.i!lir.v. Okla.. I'Vb. 10. -State Ac
loiniunt Taylor. Iium otTtj-lal n
loits contained the Information lead
inn to thi" k'Ruiltitlvo InvoitlBUtton
of the alleged irregularities In the
'xi .tulliiK or tin stnteV fundi, was
th. flrt witiii'HH railed today wlii'ii
tlx- heailns liofon- tin- legislative
committee was resnnu'l.
Governor Hattkell U cross-exninin-ir
k the itnessen Introduced to !
tahlUh the charges aalnta state
offl ials. and It is 11 it believed he
will take the stand in Ills own behalf
befoi all the charge have been
brought out In the evidence.
Attorney (ieneral West U amoiiK
the witnesseH summoned to testify
before the committee.
RABID CAT ATTACKS GIRL.
Pet Sinks Fangs and Claws Into
Sweetwater. Okla., Feb. 0. While
playing with a pet cat I.illle Dodson,
daughter of John Dodson. a farmer
living ten miles northwest, was at
tacked ami severely bitten and
uctatehe.d. As the cat showed symp
toms of rabies tho child was brought
to this c It y and a madstone ap
plied. After attaching the child the
rat ran wild among other animals
cn the place, biting several dogs,
hogs and cats. After a chase Dodson
killed the cut and on advice of phys
icians killed all the animals 'bitten,
Including a fine hound, which show
ed signs of rabies shortly nftoi' be
ing bitten by the cat. The condition
of the gill Is precarious.
Fire in Tuttle Town.
Tuttle. Okla., Feb. !, Kite destroy
ed eight buildings in' this city to
night. The property loss Is not less
than $1.",000. Iluslness houses hum
an DurU-waU'K bam, postiiltlcc,
Dixon's paint and wall paper .ictoo,
real estate office of Mlnton & Per
ry, real estate office of F. P :in
ry, lestauiant of Hlghflll Stone,
barber shop of A. I.. Henry, rest
taur.mt ot tl. II. Hastings, and res
taurant of W. II. Jchnson.
Leslie Wooten Arrested.
Muskogee. Okla.. Feb. 0. Les
lie Wooten, whose father was former
ly clerk of the United States Court
at Ardmore, has been placed In the
federal jail here, charged with steal
ing government property it Is al
I 'god that he tool; certain equipment
that belongs to the local company
of National (iuard at Ardmore
City Drug Store
Our line o f Valentine
hooks jusl arrived.
We handle and take
orders for all books and
Ramsey & Ramsey
Farm and City Loans
Wo insppct our own loans
200 W. Main St.
Ardmore, . . Okla.
KILLS SIX II
Workmen Were Preparing to Begin
Days Work Many Others Vere
Injured Debris Scattered in All
.11.1 City. Mich., Kt b in h !
a Kcere of worknvn were n.ii.Mi'iir
lii' illhrhel in thn (toiler rmnu 01 hi
i''iiiu!nR' wiw intll, waltlim t .
uhlstle to start the (lu' u.)ii,
the IiIk boiler exploded, Instantly
killhiK six f the ,111111 and Iniunii?
all the other.
The 111 II t Uii wrecked, dehl 'jj
Ins Hcatterod In all directions
Nation's Scribes Celebrate Silver An
niversary at New Orleans.
New Orleans, Feb. 10 New Or
leans, which was the blithplace of
the National Kdltorlal Association a
(platter of a century ago. Is the
scene of a gathering of the na
tion's scribes to celebrate the silver
aunleisary of the great bod of
"moulders of public opinion."
An elaborate piogram has been
' arranged for the e.ntertaiuiuent of
I the guests at New Orleans. A. Nevln
I Pviuoioy of Chainbersburg, IM., Is
president of the association and will
preside at the business meetings,
Joe Mitchell Chappie, editor of the
Nation Mapa.lue at Iloston, Is sched
I tiled for an address,
j The officers or the association are
i A. N'evln Pomeroy. Franklin Hopes
! Itory. Chnniben-burg, IM., president;
1 J. P. Haumgortner, Heglster, Santa
Anna Cab, first lce president; H.
i:. Dow dell. Advocate. Artesian, S.
1)., second vice president; A. D.
' Morfett. Daily Uecord. HI wood. Ind..
thiid vice president; William F. Par
rott, Reporter, Waterloo, Iowa. c;r
responding secretary; William A.
Steel, Nome Daily News. Seattle,
Wash., treasurer; W. K. Pabor, Flor
ida AgilcultuiM. Avon Park, FIa
pe". laureate, and C. F. I.ehmauu,
Herald. Ilu!lettllle, T as. Hag cus
todian. Money In Sheep Business.
McLMoud, Okl.i, Feb. !. Kwers
White, the big fanner r.f Pottawato
mie comity, shipped to Kansas 'City
1 ear of Iambs, getting $S.'.'0 per
100, or $0..0 ;i head. He sold the
wool hist iiIkIh trom the ewes that
ml. "d these iambs for l'.'JS per
head. 11 got i. ne lamb for every
',!() that cwiy ee hr tight him
fS.M, ovei inn per cent profit It Is
figured by ral-i s of sheep that a
farmer can r.il -.even shepp where
le- can rani op cow or horse
Good Things to Eat
l'Voah ni(at of all kinds
Hvorythinj; fresh a 11 d
clean. Prompt delivery
J. A. CLARK'S '
SI tat, t'iih anj Oytttr I'arlor
Are YouLooking forlhe Best
If so wo have it. Our line
is complete, our equipment
thehpst. Kverylhin"; ('lean
and Kuuitury. Wo are at
Phone us your order.
Cofd Storagt Market
Receiving the Associated Press News Service
THIRD WARD SCHOOL HOUSE
This beautiful educational institution is only four short blocks north of
the WALCOTT ADDITION, the home builders' opportunity.
WALTER A. EVANS ? COMPANY, over the City National Dank,
would like to talk with you about it.
II SPECIAL IK
FOR SDPE CASE
JUDGE LATSHAW ORDERS SPE
CIAL GRAND JURY IMPANELED
TO INQUIRE INTO CASE.
TO GO INTO EVERY PHASE
Special Grand Jury Will Delve into
the Mstter Damaue Suit Against
Executor Paxton Dismissed by
Hyclcs Attorneys Today.'
Kansas Ciiy, Mo.. Feb. 10. -Judge
Halph I.. Uitshaw or the criminal
court at noon today Instructed the
county marshal to Impanel a special
grand Jury to convene Saturday
morning at 1U:.'!0 to ii vt-Htlgate the
death of Colonel Swope.
The grand' jury will go Into every
phase of the mystery. The Inquiry
will not be confined to the death
of CVlonel Swope, but will include
the death of ('hristniau Swope and
the epidemic of lllnesn In the Swope
household. Following the deaths of
the two 1 bier Swopes, nine members
of Mrs I.og.m O. Swope'n family
weit- sulckeu with typhoid. Dr. H.
". Hde, rtb attended the typhoid
pntlcnts. contracted the disease him
self and was only sufficiently re
covered to be able to attend the
rccen' eo.'oner's Inquest.
Theie was a new turn today 111
I Hyde's null for alleged libel, when
the case 111 which tlui physician
Burn ell i: Dexter are
making farm loans, as
heretofore without any
delay, They inspect all
lands and pay cash down.
Office over Guaranty
Tiif pocplu ate coinini,' hero
to huy their meats ai d 'io
corifs. Our prices on meats
havrn'.' advanced, we tiro
buckinj,'" tho trust. Only
lirst class meats and grocer
ics, at thu same old price.
E. Muin St.
atki-d f r $000.0i)0 damages from
J ;. P.iAtJii, the Swope executor,
Wiis dismissed by the circuit court
at nidi penilcnce.
This action was prompted by the
attorneys for Hyde, who desired to
thwmt the attempt of Paxtou's law
vcr. to secure a deposition from
Will Issue Warr.int.
Kansas City, .Mo., Fob. 10. Tho
.Umax In the Swope mystery came
late this afternoon when Virgil
Colliding, county prosecuor, an
nounced that hu would M.uit a a.'
rant for an arrest.
lie declined to say viio the war
rant would be for, or wh.u wauM b?
the charge. Up to 'J: 10 -.hl.i nftor
non, the warrant had, not been sworn
Hyde charCfd Willi Murder.
Kansas City. Feb. 10. T!io climax
In the .Swope mystery came late this
afternoon when John (!. Paxton, fnm
ilv coni.st llor, Hied Information at
the odlec of the county prosecutor,
formally charging Dr. Dennett Clatko
Hyde with murder In the the first d
gic holding 111 111 responsible for
the death f C1 Thomas II. Swope.
Virgil Conkllng, prosecutor, said lat-
$500,000.00 of li r(j insurance money to
loan at S per tent annual interest. No brokerage to
pa. l'riviltgt to pay off and stop interest. Large loans
ban lied as well as small. Prompt service.
City Loans on desirable improved property.
Wanted, to buy some desirable farm lands.
A list of )our for sale, trade or exchange property
See me heft re placing your business.
O. L. CHANCELLOR
Olfite phone lit Kim. phone aJ
on Farm and Ctty Properly
Most Rcu.souahle Terms
GORMAN, BOGIE & DOBBINS
Over Ctty Nutionul Dunk
Phone 50 ARDMORE, OKLA.
flRE ESCAPES built nnd erect
ed to conform with olty nnd
state I'twr. hnve us to (1j It.
Joncs-Evcrclt Machine Co.
A TWO-YEAR TERM
FOR OLIVER SPITZER
Now York, N. V., Feb. 10. Oliver
Spltzer, former dock superintendent
of the American Sugur Hoflnln? Com
pany's plant nt 'Wllllnmsburjr. wua
today Hentenced to two years In
tho federal prison at Atlanta, Oa.
er that a warrant for Dr. Hydo's
nn est would bu sworn out some
time during the afternoon. Antici
pating thu Issuanco of tho warrant.
Dr. Hyde's attorney had told Conk
llng that their client was ready and
willing to accept service and he
vould be available whenever ho
! Hyde Accepts Service. "
Kansas City, Feb. 10. It wus
agreed between Hyde'n attorney and
the prosecutor that tho physician
Hhculd voluntarily go to tho prose
cutor's office at four o'clock this
afternoon and accept service. lit
the meantime Hyde remained at the
I ofTlct of his attorneys awaiting the
I hour jf agreed surrender
Office Unndol lildt;., over Dltzler
Dry Goods Co,