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Clothing French dry
find st ontu pressed. '.-
French dry cleaners m c.
Phono 19(1 Itluc
fIRE ESCAPES built and oroct
od to conform with city and
statu laws, lmvc tin to do It.
hnes-Evercll Machine Co.
A RDM ORE, OKLAHOMA THURSDAY KVKNlN(i APRIL 'Jl 11)10
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Our hank hcini! a National lijnk, place us under Government
Supervision. anJ t-'uarantcc safety to every depositor. We refer
those who have not dealt with us, to those who HAVE.
Make OUR bank YOUR hank
First National Bank
Capital and Surplus. $200,000
ASSETS - - - SI, 000,000.00
Don Lney, Pri'H, J. A Hivi-us, V-I'rea; C. L. AndorHon, Cash;
0. II. W'olverton, Kd Handlin, Don HuhscII, Ass't. Cashiers.
"MARK TWAIN'S" CONDITION.
Humorist Rested Well Last Night,
Uut U Very Weak.
Redding. Conn., April 21. Samuel
Clemens, ".Mark Twain," passed ki
t'omfortablo night last night. He Is
Improved today hut Is still very weak.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON 000D SECURITY.
McElroy & Sass
202 Main Street
Your Phone Orders
Will be delivered promptly
to any part of the city.
We are agents for Hawkes
celebrated eye glasses.
The City Drug Store
W. It. Pit AM E, Prop.
Burwell & Dexter are
making farm loans, as
heretofore without any
delay. They inspect all
lands and pay cash down.
Office over Guaranty
S TO I AT T II E
i IN E W i
WHEN IN A HI) MORK
Fine noxvlv decorated rooms
S2 to ?2.5Q Per Duy
Hunt meals in tho idty, Mie
Special (i O'Ocxk Dinners
Wo enter especially to the
rf3 commercial men
?) I. H. WI Atlll IIS. I'roii.
i I . wt;.iiu U.S. Mar.
FIVE TRAIN ROBDERS SERVING
LIFE SENTENCE MADE BREAK
FOR LIBERTY TODAY.
ATTEMPI CLEVERLY PLANNED
Men Boarded a Switch Engine in the
Prison Grounds and With Dummy
Guns Forced Engineer to Run En
gine Outside Into the Woods.
' l.i-avi'invrrth, Knn., April 21. Flw
i train robber, serlnn llfo xentenci
i ejicapi'd from the federal prlxon li n
Within ft ohnrt time two of the
' men had been recaptured and at
II o'eloek tho three othorw were
HiirroiiniliHl In tho brush within a
short distance of the prixon and
It was believed that all would he
The men captured are Hob Clark
sent from Tyler, Texas, and John
(Jldcon of Muscow, Idaho.
Tho three others aro Thomas A.
KatliiK, Kent up from Allen, OUla
homa; Arthur llcwctt. from Caddo,
Oklahoma, imd Prank Crbl.vare,
wlio held up the Union Pacific faht
mall near Omahu last fall.
The break for liberty was made
i at S o'clock this mornluK and evl
ih ntly tho result was cloverly plan
ned upon tho part of tho flvo con
victs. The execution was most daring.
Two of tho convicts were at work
: in tho carpenter shop and the others
were In tho tailor shop .
A Union Pacific swltcb engine
had Just backed into tho prlmin
yards. At the sciind of the eimlne
whlstlo tho men dashed Into tho
yard and made toward trie engineer.
' IcvellliiK what Is believed to avo
hoi n dummy guns at tile engine. -r. t
I Tho men climbed Into tho cab and
' compelled him to roverso his ma-;
chine. Tho eiiKiuo was rushed i
, through tho west gate and was tuiou 1
' Hpeedlnj; toward tho woods. I
As the alarm was sounded, guards
, were thrown around tho gates, whllu
I others under command of Deputy
. l.con started in pursuit of the es
, caped convicts. A half mile from
1 the prison tho men abandoned thu
ouglno and fled Into tho woods,
Clark nnd Gideon separated from
the others and were noon captured
without it show of resistance.
A half mllo further on, tho i
guards surrounded tho trio. No shots
had been fired up to 11 o'clock,
, when the guard closed In on tho i
convicts. Although tho convicts uro 1
1 desperate men, It is believed their ,
only weapons wero guns niado of i
This afternoon Kating and Hcwett
wero captured. It has developed that
John M unlock, serving n ten-years
sentence for forgery also escaped.
Mrs. William llutnitt Raker and lit
tlo daughter will arrive heic tomorrow
from Memphis, Toiin., and will be here
some days the guest of Mrs. llakor's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. llurnlU.
Buy Property StjL?,1"
Have a number of cheap homes to
sell, sumo on monthly payment plan,
If yon have something you want to
trade oil In mercantile utoeks, business
property or real estate of any kind see
me at once. I have all sorts of trading
propositions. Ardtnore cpy property to
trade lor farm lands; also make desir
able PA KM and CITY LOANS
Your ISiislncss Iv I". i r 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 Snlli lied
to our "stoar" and look over
our big stock of nice, fresh
(iroi ern-M even thing that l
good to cut under on - roof
I In- III Meilts
W. A. GILLIAM
Last Main Mrirt
I vf p tin iir ltd
Q. L. GhanceSSor
$ Office, ItnntUil IMdii.. over Dlller I). U. Co.
OKlcc Plume I II ttciilem e I'll. mo ,2JL
A I... I of-
Ready - Made
J. Mat Moore 8: Son
i'h ji ia
Liberal loans at low Interest
on eiisj pa iiu ills
Gorman, Bogie & J
Uormin Dliii;.. I'honc 9(1
uucn i uut i ciiuuy
Pi-i'.i- tM liosf Thoy
ic. tuitny ilu, Thfii tlioro is
but t.u,f lit'.st when it comes
to '.hi' iff to buy fresh
tiicit s, Thut one liest pluce
COLD STORAGE MARKET
Wholesale and Retail.
Ramsey 8c Ramsey
Farm and City Loans
Wo insppet our own loans
200 W. Main St.
Anlmorc, - Okla.
Wool and Silk
Pongee Suit Sale
If you want a yoing niy suit in won! or pon
gee, this special offer of Maihleti, tneans much to
ladies for the next few days. Read carefully the
reductions for a few days only.
15.00 and 16.50 Wool Suits, good selection, during
this side . . . $12.25
17.50 and 18.00 Wool Suits, shown in shepard chiik
and fancy serge, for a few days at $13.95
jo.oo and 22.50 Wool and Pongee Suits, shown in
serc and natural pongee, satin lined, this sale $1(3.50
25 00 and 27.50 Wool Suits, made by Wollex, cloth
and lineing guaranteed for two seasons, shown in wide
range of models and patterns, during this sale $21.50
30 00 and 35.00 Wool Suits, Woltcx make, lining and
wear guaranteed two seasons, shown in the new length
toats, light worsted and serges, special for a few das
37.50 and 40 00 Wool Suits, Woltex make, perfection
in tailn, mg, shown in navy, Russian blouse, and
lrench serge 29 inch coat suit, while the sale lasts
One Piece Silk Dresses
For a few days only we are making some special prices
on Silk Dresses. These are shown in foulard, pongee,
tussah and taffeta.
Tailored and Lawii Waists
No such line ever displayed in this section, of Lawn
and Linen Tailored Waists, priced at 50c, 75c, 1.00,
1.50. 2.00, up to $7.50
Silk Petticoat Special
For a few days will put on sale all Silk Petticoats at
0 50 and over at
W A IX 0TT ADDITION BOOMING!!
Construction work hnsnjiiinicnc cd on the
m a mm
Lonieaerate veterans' home a
And the demand for lots in this most
desirable part of the city is growing
everv da v.
All City Improvements
To be extended through this addition to
the soldiers' home, and as this fact is
becoming realized by the people, the
demand for lots is increasing.
$.oo per pair, $10 down and $5 per
month, without interest and taxes.
Cheap Money to Build Homes
Don't delay until the most desirable
lots are taken. Get into the game while
attractive locations are open.
R. A. WHITE & COMPANY
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WEATHER FORECAST. ::
New Orleans, l.a.. April 21.
The weather forecast for Okla- ll
homa for tonight and Friday
Is generally cloudy with show
ers III the east tonight. Friday
IN HOUSE RULES
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OLDEST CONFEDERATE OFFICER.
Every department will contribute to your pleasure
and economy in shopping.
Florala, Ala,. Alprll i!0.-S. O.
French, who was tho oldent Confed
erate general, died hero today, lie
was M years of age.
!eneral S. French was the old
est living git .uato of West Point
Ilu tho Confederate service. IIo was
lsirn In (iluucostor, X. .1., hi IMS, and
graduated fiom West Point In IS III,
and went to Texas, lie served mi
lder (leiieral Taylor III the .Mexican
Mail orders receive attention the day received. 1,1 SCR.IljES
fsf r r j
All the New Leathers and Toes Shown in
Our Shoe Department.
Sctt'cn doors ami windows
iimdo t o order. Special
door fcrcpiis for store
fronts, uiudo of white pine,
with fixtures, at
Fra ley's ritiiiinii Mill
II. T. MIW'T
Plume HO and we do the rest
REPRESENTATIVE FOWLER OF
NEW JERSEY,. AN INSURGENT,
FAVORS MORE CHANGES.
WOULD ELECT THE MEMBERS
Hit Resolution Provides for the Elec
tion of the Committees by the House.
Wants It Privileged May Second.
Cannon Rules Against Him.
Washington. I). C, April 21. iKur
ther changes In tliu rules of tho. house
wero promised toduy by Hoprcsotitu
live Kowier of New Jersey, ono ot tho
Insurgents, who Introduced a resolu
tion providing for tho selection of thu
membership of tho committees of thu
house by election.
Representative llardwlck of Oeorglit.
called for a quorum In vlow ot tho
Importance of tho subject
Alter the roll call, Kowier announc
ed that his resolution provided that it
should he referred to tho rules com
mittee and that It should bo privileg
ed on May 2nd.
Speaker Cannon ruled that it would
have to take Its regular course
I THE GREAT
MY $20,00 AND $25.00 SUIT'S
Begins Monday Morning, March 28th
And continues until all Clothing is sold, as I positively leave Ardmorc May 15, 1910
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My Entire Stock IS NCW, btyllSh & 1-Mea.Siny; 1, ,ctt)e mc fortf April lO. otheru .k my attorney mux enforce cttlenum
From . . .
$1 70 J.J-STOLFAy
T Upwards 1 1 1 West Main ARDMORE, OKLA. I