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The Ardmoreite Is the Only Newspaper in Southern Oklahoma Receiving the Associated Press News Service
Olethlng French dryclennod
and steam pressod. Only
French dry cleaners In city.
Phono 400 Hlue.
FIRE ESCAPES built nnd oroct
od to conform with city nnd
into laws, linvo us to do It.
JoneS'Evcretl Machine Co.
OKLAHOMA MONDAY EVENING MAY 30 1910
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MINORITY LEADER PREFERS DEFENDANT SEEMED MUCH RE
SPEAKERSHIP TO BEING A FRESHED FROM DAY OF REST
UNITED STATES SENATOR. OVER SUNDAY.
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DEATH IN A ROOMING HOUSE GENERAL CHAVARRIA'S TERMS
FIRE AT EUFAULA.
NEXT HOUSE DEMOCRATIC
Champ Clark Says There's Nothing
Certain But Death and Taxation,
Out Democrats Will Surely Control
'Next House Wants Speakership.
ATTEND GRADUATION' EXERCISES; BOMBARDMENT TO CONTINUE
Woman's Attorney Says Poison, With
Which Erder Is Alleged to Have
Been Poisoned, Was Fed to Dog
For Three Weeks Without Effect.
Washington, I). C, .May 110. "I
would rather ! speaker for two
years than United States senator for
olgliteon years," said Hopiosentntlvc
Champ Clark, the democratic leader
of thu house today.
"Of courso there Is nothing certain
hut death and taxation, lint the iloni
tcrats will control the next house,
as suio as you nru living, anil I
think 1 have a good diow for the
speakership," continued the Missouri-air.
Mm, T. K. Kearney, after a pleas
ant visit with relatives In .Memphis,
Tenn., has returned home.
Subscribe for The Ardmoreite.
I have nought the Hkipworth
stock of groceries, nnd will con
tinue the business at thu same
location on Main Ht I am add
ing now goods to tlio stock and
will always enrry a complete
lino of high grndo goods. The
business will bo conducted on
strictly n O. O. I), plan, all
goods must ho pnld for on de
livery. In this way I can save
you ninny dollars on your gro
cery account, ns you will pay
for only what you get, nnd will
not bo tn.xod a per cent on the
bail bills thnt hnve been lost. I
will npprcclnto n share of your
business nnd promise you the
best goods, tile lowest prices
and quickest dolivery.
J. A. OI.AHK, Prop.
CLARK'S C.O.D. STORE
.Mrs. Dora Doxey
ID. The trial of
was resumed In
Judge (Irltnm's court this morning.
The defendant was much refreshed
after tho day's rest of Sunday.
Yesterday's announcement of the
woman's attorney that cacodylato of
sodium, with which she Is alleged
to have poisoned Krder, had been
fed to a dog for three wcekn without
deleterious effect, brought out tho
largest crowd that lias attended the
trial since It began.
C. F. .Miller, lawyer, of Des -Moines,
testified today that he had received
a letter dated June 1 1, less than a
month before Krder died, from Mrs.
Doxey asking for n loan cf ?L'0. She
wrote him that she was to get the
insurancu of n man almost dead.
STREET PARADE OF VETERANS
AND SOLDIERS IMPRESSIVE
CEREMONY AT ARLINGTON.
Washington, ). C, May HO. -An
elaborate program Wiled Memorial Day
here, beginning with n great parade
of the veterans and soldiers, including
impressive ceremonies at Arlington,
tho national cemetery and tho battle
ground cemeteries. Another Impressive
spectntcle wns cutting adrift flow,
cr-ladcn boats In tho Potomac river
by Spanish war veterans in honor of
the national naval dead.
FORMER CITY AUDITOR OF ST.
LOUIS SHOOTS HIMSELF TRIED
Indians Were In Eufjula frou Their
Home In Weleetka to Attend Closing
Exercises at Indian High School In
F.ufaula. Oklu., -May "0. I'ucnabjo
U)W( and I'cter lleavcr and the lal
tor's wife and child, nil Indians from
Weleetka, were burned to "death in a
fire that destroyed a rooming house
here early today.
Heaver and Ixiwc each hnd a daugh
ter In tho graduating exercises at the
Indian high school nnd wcro hero to
attend the graduating exercises.
HALSELL BUILDING DESTROYED.
Kansas City Has Dad Fire Loss Is
Hundred and Fifty Thousand.
President Madrlz Being Advised of
Mena's Refusal to Surrender, Or
ders Chayarrla to Continue Bom
bardment of the Town.
San Juan del stir Nicaragua, May
.10. General Luis Menu, commanding
tho Ir.i'iirgeut foi'fs at llama, liati 't
fused to 'iii: render '.he town.
General Chavarrla offered to guar
antee the live o' the robeh..
When the terms offered were re
Jectcl, Porsldont Madrlz ordered Cliav
urrla to continue operations against
llama, until the town fell.
STRIKE IN OKLAHOMA CITY.
IDENTIFY BODY OF
BODY OF ALMA KELLNER, WHO
DISAPPEARED LAST DECEM
BER, FOUND TODAY.
You want to got wise to the fact
that we keep the nicest lino of
groceries nnd fresh meats in tho
city. Also that our expenses nro
less nnd wo save you many dollars.
It will only take n tiinl to con
W. A. GILLIAM
East Main Street.
lxmlsvllle. Ky., May ISO.--A body
Identified as that of Alma Kellner,
the 8-year-old daughter of Fred U.
Kellner, who disappeared from home
Inst Doconflier, was found In the sub
basement cf St. John's Catholic
school here this morning.
Tho condition of tho corpse Indi
cated that It had been In the collar
for several mouths. The police be
lieve the child was murdered. The
liody wns found wrapped In a piece
of carpet, save one limb, which was
found in another pan of the base
ment, and an Investigation showed a
rude attempt at burying the body.
Exclusive line of May
Manton Spring and
J. MAT MOORE
Heavy Hail Near Chagris.
James G. Dixon and Henry Qiiluu
are In the city today from Chagris.
They report that a heavy hall fell
in their part of the county Friday
! afternoon nnd that the fruit was
! stripped from the trees and many
I farmers will hnve to replant their
cotton. Tho blades of the coin stalks
were riddled, but the crop was not
St. Louis, Mo., May HO. Uernard
Dlerks, former city auditor of St.
Louis, shot and killed himself to
Saturday morning he wan found
unconscious from partial asphyxia
Durant Attorneys Fist Fight.
Durant, Okla., May lilt. Attorney
Itobert Crockett was Saturday night
lined $30 and sentenced to ten days
in Jail for contempt of court by
District Judge Armstrong. During
the closing argument la a perjury
case conducted at a night session
Crockett struck County Attorney Me-
lut iwli while the latter was speaking.
After one exchange of blown, court
officials interfered. Ciockett was
locked In the sheriff's office but
later the jail sentence was stayed
till Monday morning.
Kansas City. Mo., May :'.(). Fire
today destroyed the Halsell building,
a five-story structure at filfi llroad
Way, In this city, causing a loss es
timated at Jir.0,000.
PROTRACTED MEETING CLOSES.
Additions to the
Muskogee Election Echo.
Guthrie. Okla., May 29. Another I
Muskogee election caso received at-'
tehtion from the supreme court today, i
when J. F. tllud) l.edbetter was do-1
hied a wilt or mauilamus, requiring a
The meeting conducted by Kvan
gellst Nlchol, with tho Church of
Christ on Hroadwny, closed last j
night. The house was crowded to Its
grentest capacity, and many people
were turned away, for Beats could
not bo found In tho house. Mr.
Nlchol discoursed on "Faith Counted
foi KlghteousncBS," which was inter
esting and instructive to the audi
ence. At the clo.se of the servlcj
there wero two additions to the con
gregation, making a total of fifty
two additions to tho congregation
while the meeting has been in pro
gress. The church was duly set in order,
with officers as follows:
Kldoitf: I. It. Kest, Mr. Lewis,
Mr. Carpentor, Mr. Tackett and Mr.
Musgrnve. Deacons: Mr. Haydon,
.Mr. Moore, .Mr. Doak and Mr.
There seems to bo a very bright
future before this congregation. They
declnro they will faithfully follow
chnnge of Judge In the l-cdbcttcr-KIm- direction Scriptures.
sey election cont"St over the office of
Through tho entlro month of tho
chief of police, l.edbetter. a demo- ";eiiug. mere nas ol ccu a cm
crat. was elected In August. 1it03. and j I,,ctlo Vc" from tho Kregation,
contest was filed Immediately thure
Over Five Hundred Workmen
Building Trades Affected.
Oklahoma City, Okla., May
One of the largest building trades
strikes of the year In this city was
called this morning and over .100
workmen are affected. Kight Jobs are
The union affoett-d nro the struc
tural Iron workers, lathers, plaster
ers, teamsters, plumbers and sta
The trouble Is said to have started
over the ipinstlon of closed shop and
notice was given that unless the
matter was adjusted the union men
would be called out today.
It w.ih stated thnt now men took
the place cf the stationary engineers
on tho hoisting engines nnd work
proceeded on one building.
CELEBRATION AT SAPLPA.
Opening of Packing Plant There to
be Observed on June 4th.
Sapnlpa, Okla.. .May 30. Snpulp:i
Is to have a big celebration on the
Itli of June. It will consist of an
old-time barbecue nnd will mark the
ovent of the opening of the now
packing plant and the Installation
of the machinery In the new steel
mid iron mills there.
Speakers front different points lii(
Oklahoma will dlsluss the location (
of tho state cnpltol. .
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llll.il lf( vllill li;n iYlluauj I ...u i.vj.i... . j
Wo have just received
a full line of
mid the Harmony line of
The City Drug Store
W. H. Pit AM E, Prop
still they have had money on hand
to defray all the expenses of tho
MH X-I..1...I ,1..., tl.n
republican candMale. l.edbetter at-"' " .-
tempted to secure a change of Judge. ' l''"li rPn 1,10 ",,ou,, , ,i,"y
alleging thnt District Judge J. if. King."" . ' . V
wns prejudiced, hut King refused to
vacate tho beach. The appeal to the
highest court followed.
hogging tho people for money, as If
they thought tho Ijorii was finan
The oldest persons baptized tn
this meeting were Mr. L. II. Mns
giave and his wife, who nro "1 and
K. respectively. Mr. Nlchol baptlzod
a man and his daughter, both, at
This congregation will soon call
a minister for all Ills time.
At tho close of tho meeting. Mr.
Crops Are Fine.
A. C. Ilagby, who lias been In the
northwestern portion of tho county
for the lust week working In the i
Interest of Oklahoma City for the ,
cnpltol, says no hall has fallen north
of Caddo creek In Carter county and i
that crow are the finest ho ever
saw. In speaking of the capital
Iccatlon election June 11, Mr. Ilagby
said everybody In tho sections of
the country he had visited were
going to vote for Oklahoma City, lie
will leave tomorrow for tho western 1
port k si of the county.
Photos At One Half Price
For six days, beginning Thursday, May 2b, end
ing Tuesday, May 3i, any photograph in the studio
from $1.50 to $24.00 per dozen, will be made during
this sa'e at just half the regular price. Post cards, the
$1.50 kind, at 75c Kodak developing free.
Orders must be accompanied by this ad.
Over T. N. Coleman' Drug Store
Jail Delivery at Madill.
Madlll, Okla., May 20. Late last
night Ilufo Hohbs, Charles Clomons
and Smith Heron, county prisoners, es
caped from the county Jail nnd no
trace of them has been found. They
used a wrench to loosen tho bars ovor
a window. The other prisoners In tho
Jnll refused to leave tho building when wth this congregation the first Sun-! wclety orgunlzed at that place.
the opportunity was prosentoJ. Hobbs iy jn,. ,,f ,10xt year and spend ' "' ' '- Fifth Sunday meeting
nnd Clemons wero chnrged with horsi that moiith In another meeting. was a success, several hundred dol-
Mealing and Heron had n hurglnry lars wore raised for the mission
charge against him. Hobbs had but -Mr. and Mrs. I,, K. Goldsby nnd son work In the iusoclatlou nnd the Map
recontly returned from the stale lou of Wayne nro In tho city visiting J. H. tlst church at Sullivan raised a suf
Itentlary where he hnd been serving Goldsby and family and A. G lMwaids flclent amount of money to pay off
line for horse theft. nni family. a small debt which the chur h owed.
Itev. D. N. Curb, together with a
number of Ardmore people, has re
turned from Sullivan school house,
whore they attended the Fifth Sun
day meeting. Mr, Curb wont to
Woodford yesterday where at ll
Nlchol announced that he would bo , o'clock he lectured to the tomper-
Wc loan on city
real estate and pro
bate titles. See us
before you borrow.
Gorman, Bogie &
Gorman Old;., I'honc SO
On Hits nt Fraley's I'lunlng
Mill liest screens with fixtures
for tho money In town. Wo also
make inlsilon furniture anil
poreli swings. .Must bo seen
to be appreciated.
Fraley's IMunind Mill
II. T. HUNT
Phono 89 Wo do the rest
RED HOT BARBECUE
Fat hens, spring chickens, fresh
ogKsi fresh country butter,
crenmery buttf r. vegetnblos In
season, and all first class meats
kept In a first class market
Pay canh and save 10 per cunt
COLD STORAGE NARKET
O. G. WARREN, Prop.
One Day Last Week
We Sold Eight Pianos
Yet vc arc not satisfied as we want
to close out quickly every new and
used piano we own.
What We Must Do
The problem which now con
fronts us is to dispose of every piano
and player piano in stock, even the
fixtures, as quickly as possible.
We have marked our stock down
to manufacturer's cost to accomplish
this end in a short time, and you now
have a chance to buy a piano at a
price never before offere'd you, and at
a figure you will not be able to du
This is not a sale of cheap pianos
but a sale of fine pianos at manufac
turer's price. These prices will
surely sell them.
$100 $175 $210
For good used For good new For new Up
Upright piano rights, fine piano
Factory guarantee, stool - and scarf.
TERMS Small cash payment,
and easy payments on the balance if
E. B. LUKE
Went Main St.
Money to Burn !
thats what you h2vej
iFAnrou KELP II IN
1 I I UiKMV 1 ..mi J
If VOl put your money In our bank it can't burn up; you
don't spend it foolishly; you won't have It to leud to your
fair-weather friends-YOF'VK GOT IT. Make Ot'lt bunk
First National Bank
Capital an tl Surplus, $200,000
ASSETS - - $1,000,000.00
Don I.acy, l'res; A. 11. Palmer, V.-Pres. J. A. Hivenn, V.-PreB;
O. I.. Anderson, Cash;
O. II. Wolverton, Kd Handliu, Don Itussell, Astt't. Cushlers.