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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmort Tuesday, May 31, pjiq
ph li.i'hnmtilun T i.w Champion ,
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larwity tyu 1 milk Ph'swai
T. I.. WHIUHl'
r-U-Lm. Indian Landa a Hpwialty
( i rnittii tt. I". Koirrs .
COI KM AN 4 KWIKHs
ru-IlM- in nil CmirU. both HI ate and
i . iloral. Mpecl il att ntlini kIvpii to
1 II ami I'mlmttt niaCUri
M. H. Wolvrrtoii
aKdMOKR AHHTRACT CO
Oldest III llll'C'iMHiljr
v. H. Wiilvirun. a Son, Manager
jmihIimI "il.-Lro'iori n( I'lirliTOimtity
own-ral Insurant emid Ixmn
. t hoiif H I.I N. Washington JU.
NIB I'IKKT HCAI'H HANK
i -.' -r i rut lnli n"i paid on Unit' iIhmUi
All DuponKi (iiiiirniitiiml
litrmi Drow, 1'realilnnt; 1'. II. .lonoa,
iilih r; ('. (V .lone, Viuo-l'riiKliluiit;
I Il('lmrloii. AaMlptnnt I'HHlilor.
QARDER 3 HOP.
. vuiikl liku to sif 3011 at the
!' iliico Harbor Shop.
John v. FIoiTninn.
BLACKSMITH I NG.
.1. P. IOTTRN
i v irorli 1 apii'lall), buy, mll and rrpnlr
.K K mill waviiim. I'M I aililuHtiwt.
I '. K AI.I.K.M
'ml-. ' ii vgy rtpalr'na. Kami Ma liln
t luinfflm and w anoint
i'"r H 1 rut llrtiartwuy. Pbonriiia
V NK A HADDOCK
tKltl AK HIIOP
tun iir, trimming, rubber tlrelng
i V. Mum Si Phone 577
CIGARS AND BILLIARDS.
) I i V.'l WfcTsS .vTOrfE"! iousrc
I tlllardaand Pool
CLEANING, DYfcING AND
nili PAN 1 ATUKIUM
Tom I.. Wllkfi. prp. Pbniii-'JiU
i -.inlni;.l'ri'i.lMi-. Uiiilrn w .rk n kperlalty
1 iihiiI- i kIIi' lur mul ili'llvcri'il
IlOl'Mi'MANN DkUC CO.
Hot mil rnlil Hoila every ilny In the yeiir.
1.1 I I' A SIL'l.iV i
m . " 1 , ', 1 y,ivuulal . !
Tolojihono No. ;;0 Corner Main 1
Hid A SI null
WKHTISKN PIIAUMA(5Y 1
PnwrlptioiiN carefully coiiipoiindeil
Phoned onlers promjitlv dellvereil
Phone (1 I Main St.
Notes on Memorial Day.
"lie (i. A. It. boyn certainly seum
M .1 happy ami lively hunch ot old
VimIih as the) foitueil for the streti
'unulc Ik-ad'd In dp! Ilutehlnhon
urd a filat on of the Natlon.il
Junrilt, tiny itarud up tin street
w Mi tiirpcr,ii Jim Oushj ptsuully
AT THE GRAND
If you happen to be in
' khl.oiiM City ovemiht
' 1' od Cafe in connection.
M-ita atut tui'UIII IDUTf
i ftttuut the) HU.itlcrful
1 'tUlaw V., U.I l-?rli(fC
llral II 'it rout ru.
irni. II i'lrHtiM-
91 VII YKL. a. -Jpt no
i.twr. (Hit tt.'llil AtAinn for
Hi lalraU-il InHik .1mI It i1m
r ' I'srllcinnri ul ,1 rr i i in.
vlnl,l I i U.li t. H MIM I, III.
lt mIU4 Nlrwt. M'.M lllik.
A. B. RAWLINS COMPANY, House Furnishers
CONTRACTORS AND 0UILDER5.
1. 1.. Ilnrifpss M. 1.. Harness
j. i:. iintoKss, son
(onlriutori ami lliillclcrs
Prion- Wl A rilnitiiT. Okla.
MTl'llY' -TI!llV! XTtliY
.... . Mi mm imti '1' I.. n. .1 1 n, ...... ......
Por Informal lui'ind.. M.l.llolbrook. rdmor '
HKLVI IX? K HPMINFH8 COM.ItOR
limine" .iiid MpnoeMphlc Cnuraea
u. i" r!T.'vint.K. fron. !
0MIUA8AW Kl'KNI I IJRIi OU., Inc.
Oomnlete lln of
FURXITURK, PARPUrS, RTO.
A. II. KAWI INhco. W. MalnMt. I
w and awond hand Hiimlfnre, Mov, i
Kllehcnwarv, Hume iIiuhI. Will supply j
your ntt-ds wlfli economy in you. Vati or In-1
HtallnicntN. Will pity cash for iimj nirnttitr
6. P. HALL i
Third Ave. and Caddo Si , now mill
Hnpnnil IiiuiiI, hltchun to pnrlor, unay
puyntHtit id utiah prloon. Phono 3(H3.
I'. I.. MAItTIN
tHwlr In atHtd)' ami fanry irKirtt. Tlw
Iwtt thRt moiK-r ran buy. Photic ll
11 r- WYMOIJR
TIIK CAHII UlloCtflt
11 11 il Prod nun
111, K. ilMln Ht. IVIoiihiHwJM
Staple and I'nnov (Irocerloa
0untry Produce, Hay mul I'oed
Phono 033 191 Main
Deakra I11 Hry'HHli.Notiona.itonta. shoo'
W; i nwar ;
Phone lit Ardmnr
tttviia. Ki'tim-riy a spranlna Co.
rJardHrf nni Hloinhiiijt
Sbtll and ttesvy Hardware. Machinery, Tln
HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKOD.
S. 0 JOHNSON
Uattor, meaner anil lllnuker
Op.oonrt tMiimi All work inialaiitecil
Will b. ti-iiiciili'liMl nn. I rerlllcil throughout
" lib nil iiiimIitii iinivi'iili-ncen anil r(iilre
ini'iitM (or holi'l comfort about .liuiti Itii-t
American ItCHtnurnut mul Hotel
llesuliir iiieals &V. Kvt ryt lilnir in mmimiii
Opi-n day mul ulicbt. N Ire coot rnonix.
MIik M11111I .IoIiiikoii. Prop.
HOII'S OUICK l.l'NIMI
Short order, nulik w-rvlee. i.piilur prices.
wih'ii uuy nnu nifiii Ml 1:. .Mum street,
I'lri (rum Pcpot.
1 1 AU WOOD'S
SHOUT OltDIClt HHSTAl'UANT
Chill and Hot Soupn
Sen 1110 at 1KI Cuddo Street
bearliiK Old Hlory aloft. Citpt. Talln
ferro was officer of the day. Col
Oatld Hedficld was flag Ktilde. Ser
geants Hi uce and l.ee inside the
welkin rltifc with music on the drum
a' d flip, dear to the old vets' hearts.
Tin y stepped in solid ranks lo the
time .f the music. At the cemetery
the Or.ttid Army rltiml was curried
lltmiigl!. Mr. Von UVIs tend l.ln
Kiln's ineiiiorliil iiililress iinil talked
on the lite ot Lincoln. The otntor of
tin- il.i was Judge Poluian. Short
ttilko w.'ie made by Col. Kmlflold.
f'atit. Taliafi rro. utid a pi mil by Alias
1 Kinnri buii on the "Hlue and the
I'e.itui. of the program wax lit
tle .laik Hedfield's saltito of the
Hue mid lending tin hyiun of "Amer
riowers mre atrrwn on the
raes The hoys who wore thu gray
vote i.ot fofrf'tteii, the women plan
ing flowers on the old Confederate
sol. di r's grain near tlit O. A. I!, int.
iiiiiesetiiailve of all Confedemles
Mug Imiled in the eojiielory. A fuel
ing of love and charity ami frn
lernlty w.is the dominant rlHmirhi of
i lie day
O.VH 01." TIIH HOYS.
Occasionally a tunn nmkos freeJug1
remarks when burning with IndUiin-;
bargains this week, making room
LUMBER, LIME, ETC.
(MUCK AHA W l.t'MHHK COMPANY
Yellow 1'lJin I.iiinlior. Shinnies. Snli. Ilnors
.ii'Miiinni.'n, iiirmo oniimis. ricl.et.
Murki-ir Mine. (' immik, I'liiMir. Ktc.
i rleptmi.r in N. Waihlnclmi
iittr Hros. Fixit Shop
(inn. hlrri'le, aewliiir mnrhlrie. hft-k mid nil
rrp.imiiE. ''I'OrilliKrtKMIa niHl
CH AH KEMNBU'S MAKKKT
Orders proinily dellvu.fd
Ki'hskll'm Photo Galuruy
Pimm not the cliearost, but
i he l)st.
8AI.TI3I: A MV'IA.
Mix flrnt olimstiibliiH, ruar Hull's Plnre
Kvnrytliliij,' llrst cIiihs. 20.1 R. Main St.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Arthur Admin. Mr. v. It. Itlngi r. s..
Iloiner Ailniii,'l reai.
Oltldlioimi Loan it Invimtinont Co.
It A MS ICY .V ISAMSKY
I'h r in and City l.onin. limi Ktnt-
Aln'uv Pmtliltl rmtl lli.1l,.l.l..
. .Main St.. Ariliiuiic. i'ti.
J. ('. UOUGIITON' ('(3.
ltooni L, Nohlc Illdir.
FARM LOANS I
S P'rwiit nnniml ititrrrat. Notblnir bllr 1
oi-'iuiriii mo. 11 .iierunmiir ni.x'kK THiiiabt.
eojij,i-itrliBiigd. O. l Chanri'llor. Ardmore
w. s. s'HTl"o7Lld,'
Loins and Investment;
'Goto liYICUN DUKVrfot- form
' city iar.s at. Kirist Slait?
I8INGRK BRWINtl" MACHINE
I Tli" atandurd of Koneratlon-
Klixli"! Trniiii In tin- w,.rM
PRKI CKS.s.NA. Mar. Weat Main S!
Cros Electric Shoe Shop '
Sowed work a speolnltv 1
1RN. WaMiliiKlon 'IVtt'phi'iu-t.ll
DIxoii'h I'd lo Date Uloetrie Sin 1
ItepalriiiK Shop ,
THK MONIJY SAVISU '
No. II It St., N. W. "Phone 711)
l-'Olt (.U'ICIv HKUVIOK.
IMiono 1H l Main St
I'nr oiiUnir'ri'iit. Kniy terms. Cnrboti paper,
ribbons, oils. etc.
il. P. Sflvldue. Phone 31(1.
Oilier Plume!) lies. Phone 111
(1. II. MoK KNNHY, M. I), v.
Hospital mul Olllce" l.UI.V Witshillttlon
lU'slileiice: Comer Mh Ave. mul !' SI. N. W
WON OVER MILLER VERNER IN
THE TENNIS TOURNAMENT FI
NALS. One of the features of the training
of the phHlcal man In the city
schools hits been lawn tennis and
thu tournament during commence
ineiit week hs been one of Intense
Interest. The. suml-ftmils and finals
f thu High School tenuis tourna
ment began early last week and
the flmils wore played at :! o'clock
yesterday afternoon on the Perry
P Mavwell conns tit his home. .Mr.
Maxwell Inn his grounds In most
excellent shape and the game yes
terday attracted many liners of tho
port. In t ic semi-final rounds Oil-
I nier defeated lllake and Vomer do
I featiNl Crittenden. Iiilnglug Thomas
' (Jlliner and Miller Writer to com
I IK to for the championship, (lllmer
j won In straight soLs, Uie scotu bo
Hug and G--U. The prko was a
jgold medal given by Pony I). .Max
When mi ti meet they chat; when
women meet they chatter
MRS. DOXEY ON
CHIEF COUNSEL FOR THE DE
FENDANT SAYS SHE WILL TES
TIFY IN OWN BEHALF. ... ....
WOMAN SLAVE 10 MORPHINE
For mar Lieutenant Governor John
tort, Who Is Defending Mrs. Doxey,
Soya She Became Slave to Drug
us Result ef Its Admnletr.-itlon.
St. Unite, .Mo.. Mar 81.--.Mrj. Dora
R Doxey will be 11 witness fit hr
own iMshtklf, prohtibly tomoTiinv, nr
cnnllng 10 tin? annoiirioement mtuln
today by Uer chief eonnael. former
Lk-uteuant Oovernor .lohneon. toddy.
"Shu will testify." snld her attor-in-),
"t lint 8lii waa a Mlave to mor
phine, nf a n-Kiilt of tho admlnlatra
tlon of tin- dniK by her htisliand,
PROHIBITED FOREIGN CORPORA
TIONS FROM SEEKING LITI3A
TION IN FEDERAL COURT.
W'ashlaton, D. C. May 31. The
statute of Missouri, passed March 13.
lo7, probiblUns foreign corporations j
from doing business within the state,
If they seak litigation, in the United j
Suite courts., was today declared j
unconatlttitknal by the United tates
si.pre.nie court. ;
ESTATE SUBJECT TO
WAR REVENUE TAX
! MAN WHO DIED WITHIN ONE
YEAR PRIOR TO nEPEAL OF TAX
SUBJECT TO TAXATION.
Washlnsloii. P. C May ill. That
the estate of a testator, who died with
in one year Immediately prior to tho
takln? effect of the act repealing the
Spanlsh-'Anie.ilcan war revenue act,
was subject to the tax. was decided
today by the Pulled States supremo
I FAST TRAIN DERAILED NEAR
OGALLAH, KANSAS TODAY DE
Kansas City, .Mo,. May .".1. It Is re
ported that twenty-five persons were
Injured, nine of them seriousy, when
Union Paclllc passenger train So. 10 1
j was derailed near Ogallah, In Wtn.e .i
i Kansas, this morning. All of the
j coaches except the Pullman atu' 'our
1st car left the truck.
! Killed by Train.
Purcell, Okln., .May ::0. Alex Itoh
oitson, aged IS, was killed here to
I day while try In to get off a mnnln'.'
j freight train in the Santa l. yards.
Itobertson boa-doj tho train to ride
I about six blocks where he could 'tot
off near h's home, hut fell beneath
'the wheels. Hotli legs were ci
I and he was Injured Internally, lln
lived about an hour. He was an em
I ploye of the Santa Fo.
Joe P. Hledsoe Is In Oklahoma '
City, whero he has some legal mat
ters that demanded his attention.
State Senator W. P. Stewart was
In the city lust night from Hugo 1
on Wisconsin bank
STATE BANK OF UNITY ROBBED
OF TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS!
EARLY THIS MORNING. I
Wauanu, Wis., .May 31.- Tin. State
IJank of Unity, iitrnr horo, wan lobbc.
today of ?2,00u.
The bfe of iho bank wa dyuauilu-.
by robjers, who mado their eecapt-.
FORMER OWCBR IN JAIL.
F. M. Short Srouoht Back From the I
Hllle of Kentucky. 1
MrAle:or, Okla., May SO. P. M.
Short, formerly deputy marshal of yc
centiaJ district of Indian Territory, Is
n Jail at Poteau, having bcon broiijtht
back from tho 'hills of Kentucky by I
ShorllT N'oblp, whoro he had been ainco !
escaping jnll In October.' l!u:i, whllo
oeing iiem on tno ciiarge of killing
Stouo McRlvaln, an Indian miner, 011
n train. Labor Pay or that jear be
tween Hartford, Ark., and Howe.
Short's escape led to an tnvostlRa
Hon by tho copartment of jimtlro
which resulted In tho dismissal of the
United Statos marshal, several depu
ties and tho Jnll physician on suspl
tlon that they connived nt the escap'j
United States Commlnsloiier I'ollan
nt the preliminary trial held Short to
the Kiaud Jury 011 a charge of man
slaughter. Whether a grand Jury returned an
Indictment prior to statehood Is not
known here. If It did not, a special
Arkansas pnnel will he required un.ler
the decision of Judge Marshall, mado
In the Muskogee town lot eases.
CHAMPION FOR LEGISLATURE.
No Reason Why He Should not Be-
come one of Big Men of the State.
And he Is in the rare
.1. n. champion asks tho people of
Carter county to send him to the ipir-
tslature. He has been requested by
tunny persons to ask for this and nsj
a consequence ho has announced hlsj
candidacy and today sent his appllen-'
tlon to tho state olcctlon board at 1
Outhrlo to bo filed as a candidate and
to havo his name placed on tho state
ticket. In his announcement he calls
the attention of the peoplo to tho Ini
porant vovlt that will come before the
next legislature as It can bo seen this ,
Mr. Champion In a man who
kept In close touch with the people
and ho knows their wants and thev
have learned to trust him. Ho hui
dnnn n irront ,lnnl of nmnnUI,,. vr
U.n county It, the Interest of others i l"Ay aml to work n Rreat ,lcW of ,1SC-
and Ills voice will now he heard In his before him.
own tiehair. Mr. Champion Is a law l" " " " ---- --
yer, ho is a speaker of sroat ability.' Railroad Time Table
be If. big brained enough to make a SANTA FE.
useful man to Carter cotiutv In Pin
legislature. He makes friends oav
Of the North and
South Await You
Arrange your (rip
now with (lie
Low round (rip rules on
stile June 1st, allowing
final return limit Octo
Willi our superior serviee to
Kansas City and Saint Louis In
connection with service offered
from those gateways the Frisco
Lines enn slvo you quickest
timo to your destination.
For detailed Information, call
on the Frisco Agent, Mr. H. 1).
MeOullom, or address
C. O. Jackson, 1). V. A.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
for new goods now arriving
P. C. DINGS, Pres. M. GORMAN, V-Pres.
J. W. HANNAH, Cashier.
A R DMO U K,
4 Per Cent Paid
We solicit your business on liberal terms.
C'.piiL'M I -i 6, c. L
Of All the Unhappy Homes, Not One
a in a Hundred Has a Bank Account
uim not 0110 noiiie 111 a uunureu w.".o nn a Dank account Is unhappy u
seems almost foolish to put It off any loneer. when It Is "ch n si m
pie, onsy matter to start n bank aocount. O.VI2 DOMmVU starts an
count with us. DUPOSITS GUAUAXTKRD. Wo pay KOUIt PKIt riAT
ON TIM 13 DEPOSITS.
ARDMORE STATE BANK
mill there Is no reimon why he sVmld
"ot become a leader tu IV lvcr
' . ' mw mwm MtV
a. ' I"""loto(1 ,0 '' 1
"' ,,lnu 10 C01'Srcss- !
aoIllt' nni1 close nppl'catloil to '
12:07 a. tu
2:15 p. m.
' No. 12
No- 18 11:22 a. tu.
No- G 5:10 a. m.
No. 17 4:25 p. m.
No. 11 1:15 p. m
1:25 p. m.
8:55 p. in.
I No. 525
, No. co:t
No. Sir 3:30 p.m.
(Dally excopt Sunday.)
No. 50(1 7:00 a.m.
No. 521 11:00 a. m.
No. 526 1:45 p.m.
No. 504 4:00 p. ui.
No. 5IG 6:00 a. in.
(Daily except Sunday.)
ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM.
No. C73 1:40 p. m.
No. C51 :50 p. m.
No. 652 7:38 a. m.
No. C74 3:30 p. in.
REMEMBER; "The Mil) will never grind
ivith the water that is passed."
Apply this quotation to the opportunities here today.
Come nnd talk over tho land business v illi us If you want
a farm, a ten-aero tract, or one acre.
PLKNTY of money to loan on farms and good city property
lowest rates easy terms.
Wo carry tho highest class Fire and Tornado Insurance In the
land. Don't run tho risk of loss,
"Ho can who thinks he can. he caa't who thinks he can't."
Room 7-9 Potterf Bldg. Ardmore, Oklahoma
0 K LAUOMA
on Jims Deposits
iim laii .iii C.--'o. H
HAROLD WALLACE, Cashier.
111 ON 13 S0(i
Mend locks. -Mend
Mend talking machines.
Mend adding macliinos.
Mend electric motors.
In fact all novelty work.
C. Boone Taliaferro
Oklahoma License No. 295.
Missouri License No. 446.
Kmbalmlng guaranteed satlstac
lory for shipping. Undertakers
forwarding bodies to this city
for burial, or to pass through to
Hher points, can rely on their
Pillions receiving prompt and
polite attention if sent In my
Ardmorelte want ads bring results.