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Ardmore, Tuesday, February 0, tOOD
THE DAILY ARDMORCITE PACE FIVE t ho PERSONALS . .V. V Ledbcltcr gcs o GiMirlc to night In connection -with s.hiio legal matters. .Malcolm Henry of the Conway Henry company, Oklahoma City, Is In Ardmore today on business. Miss Mnzo Cotncr Is reported ns being very 111 and It U feared hy hor friends that sho may have to undergo an operation for the trouble In her ear with which she Is af flicted. Krncst Chambers, nn attorney of Oklahoma City, was In the city yes terday In attendance upon the Wall bankruptcy case. Mr. Chambors was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Sturgeon. ' Jss 'Kvnns, the court stcnogra phor, who Is hero with Jttdgo Itosser for the session of tho district court, Is from Fnyettovllle, Mo. Acquaint ances here In Ardmort are finding her a very charming younR lady. PICK-UPS HERE AND THERE. Tho county cotninlrislonors are ngnln In session In the court houe. County Registrar's Tolson's force Is now busily at work mnkliiR a copy of the city's charter for fllliiR In that office. The farm of 'Frank Myden that was sold a few days past hy tho real es tate firm of Hooks, Nolan nnd Iin tls. to Mr. Wolf of Kansas of which mention wns made In this paper yes t onlay afternoon, was sold for $32 per acre Instead of $2.1 per acre. This Is one of tho finest farms In Cnrtor :ounty and Is a rich black sandy loam and Is ns level as a floor. .1. N Schlnholsor Is reported ill at his home In southeast Ardmoro. The Pythian Sisters will meet In called session tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. All members please be present. HATTIK MOR1T.. GRACE PERRY, M. 13. C. 11. M. C. Notice to Creditors. To tho Creditors of John A. Gordon, Deceased. Tho creditors of tho above named decedent are hereby notified that the undersigned was, by the County Court of Carter county, Oklahoma, appoint ed Executor of the eatato of said decedent, and that all persons having claims against tho estate of said de cedent are required to exhibit them to said undersigned W. F. McKnlght Kxecutor, with tho necessary vouch ers, nt Hoaldton, Carter County, Okla homa, within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit, from tho 19th day of January, 1809. Dated January 19th, 1909. v. f. Mcknight. 19-twks Kxecutor. Read Ardmorelto wnnt a Is. GOOD SHOES CHEAP Our Spring Clearanco Salo puts all our $2.30 Men's Shoes at $1 95. HAMILTON & CO. Tho Corner Shoo Store. BANK Wo aim to serve each custo mer alike in nil business mat ters, and wo give each tho best bank service. A man with a small volume of business receives tho snmo at tention from our olllcers ns does tho lnrge depositor. THE BANKERS LINCOLN DAY CELEBRATION! I SPLENDID PROGRAM ARRANGED WITH MANY NOTABLE MUSIC AL NUMBERS. A splendid musical program has been arranged for the Lincoln Day celebration at the Roblsin opera house on next Friday afternoon. Oxut five hundred of the school chllflron of tho city will participate and there will ibe musical features of great In terest. It Is hoped that a large ma jority of the citizens of the city may bo present. There will he no udmlsslon fee. Tho committee of decoration, bend ed by Mrs. O. W. Webb, with the assistance of Captain Hutchinson and the local company of the Na tional Gunrd- will decorate the openi houso In ii splendid manner. All the church choirs with their lenders will be In attendance nnd add to the musical features of the celebration. The exercises will begin promptly nt two fifteen. While there will not be any special feature of the kind developed It the special desire of J. 11. Sprnglus and the program committee thnt all the old soldiers of both armies will attend. The program arranged by the fol lowing commltteo Is given herewith In full. Tho niomlws of thV com mittee ore Messrs. Charles Kvnns, Colonel David Hedfleld, .1. It. Cran io. Mr. Sprnglus wag appolntnd spe cially by the governor to arrange for the celebration In the city. Master of ceremontes Mayor .1. It. Pennington. Song, first thre0 stunzns of "Amer ica" Kn tiro a i ill once. Invocation Hev. Connelly of the Christian church. Proclamation rond 'Superintendent Clin. Kvnns. l.lf'4 of Lincoln Thlrty-throo boys nnd girls. Lincoln the Man Eugene Niv ouche. High School orchestra Patriotic airs. Life Kpochs of Lincoln Thirteen boys and girls. An Ode for Decoration Day Daisy M. Webb. Untile Hymn of the Ropubllc- Kn tire audience. Short sayings of Lincoln Klghteen children. A Prophecy from Lincoln's Grave Jeauette Moore. Lincoln, the Statesman ohn Bd wnrds. Dixie, the entire nudlcnco nnd or chestra. Address of the Day Hon. A. C. Cnice. Last stanza of "America" and fins salute. llenedlctlon Archdeacon Smith. Notice to Creditors. To the creditors of Kllznbeth A. Cof fey, deceased. The creditors of the above named decedent are hereby notified that the undersigned was by the County Court of Carter County. Oklahonin .appoint ed administrator of the estate of said decedent, and that all persons having claims against the e tate of said de cedent are required to exhibit them to said undersigned administra tor with tho necessary vouchers, at Provence, Carter County, Oklahoma, within four months from tho date of the first pnbllcaton of this notice, to-wit, from the ninth day of Febru ary, 1909. A. J- HAimis, 9-1G-23-2 Administrator. C lloone Taliaferro's new line of icturc mouldings and mat boards. 2 Mm PAY YOUR GAS BILLS TODAY AND SAVE THE DISCOUNT. TALKS Our service means ncoommo datlon. Service in matters of consequence also means with us, service In minor dealings In every dotnll. We are always glad to talk over buslnes" mntters with you, whother you are u oustomrr of this hnnk or not. Wo are con fident that our sorvicnwill rIvo you entire satisfaction. NATIONAL BANK Ardmore, Oklahoma FROM DOUGHERTY i HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND THE VILLAGE NESTLED IN THE ARBUCKLE MOUNTAINS. IXuigherty, Okla., Feb. S. iNo rain ns yet and the ground Is becoming very hard anil dry. Tho clouds nre threatening and the much needed rain may be nearer than wo think. Plough ing bus been done by many of our best fanners for sevenil weeks, nnd they -will be vo!l prepared for the rain, and some of the kind cannot be plowed till It does rain. The officers of tho district have Invited bills for the contract for build ing the new school house. The bids will be opened on the 22nd of this month nsM It Is expected thnt the con tract will be Innnodluto'y let and work commenced. Rev. Win. llrock of Ilerwyn officiat ed nt the Methodist church Sundny morning nnd also nt night U a good sized and attentive congregation. II nlso announced thnt Presiding KUIer Freemnn of Ardmore would be here and hold quarterly conference Satur day. February 13 at 2 p. in . nnd that the providing elder would preneh on Sumlny morning. Feb. II. nt 11 o'clock. Mr. J cmc Freemnn. worshipful man ter ef the Masonic lodge nt Dougher ty, left Sunday nlnW for McAlester to attend the Indian Territory grind lodge. F. nnd A. M. After e'oslng the business of the Indian Territory Krnnd lodge the delegntc go to Guthrie to meet the delegate of Oklahoma grand lodge for the purpose of unit big the two grand lodge, to form one gnnnd lodge for the new stnte of Ok lahonin. Mr. Homer Unit Is. who for severnl years 1ins been the general superin tendent nt the crushing plnnt, hns severed hl connection with the Dol ose Ilrothers company much to the regret of his ninny Dougherty friends who wish him success in whatever Hue of business he should think there is the most money. Miss Kuby McCollom has accepted the vesltlou of clerk at the postofflce with our new postmaster. Mr. Camp hell. Wild ducks have visited this valley In grent numbers the last few weeks, and Claud Gibson while out hunting them nearly lost his life by tho over turning of his liont In tho swift cur rent of the Wnshlta river. He Is nn expert swimmer but he said the cur rent was so swift and with his hitivy clothing he could not swim nt nil nnd was saved by a heavy log. but lo it bis gun. Hev. Mr. Hudson of ThnckervHl", Is holding services out at the nock creek school liouse. During the heavy wind storm of .Inn. 29 Mr. Oland Deed's new house on his farm at Oil creek was lifted from the block foundation, and Mr. Jesse Ifarker's house out on Rock creek was entirely destroyed by fire. In less than ten minutes after It wns discovered to be on fire It wnn en tirely conwnnicd. Miss Kthei Ford, one of Sulphur's popular teachers, called upon old friends at Dougherty recently. Mr .and Mrs. Connie Gibson are re joicing over the birth of a son and Grandma Stevens wears tho smile thnt won't come off. Wm. K. Watson nnd family have returned to Dougherty and have tak en land and nre hard at work again. Robert Harrett has rented a fnmi east of Davis and will move his fam ily there this week. Kvcry one Is sor ry to have the narretts leave Dough erty. Kd nnd Dan Smith have rented land of Cbarllo Adklns ncross the river, nnd moved there last -week. Hose Johnson of Drake wns In town Sunday. Mr. Johnson Is very nicely situated nnd has a beautiful farm, ns level nn a floor. While the wind storm of Jan. 29 was very severo at Dougherty no especial damage was done and we felt very thankful to our mountains for protection. The rock hauling for the new- crusher started up this morning with quite a number of teams. Allen Hlalr nnd family were down from Davis Sunday visiting relatives. The Catholic ladles will give a tea at Mrs. Gulllot's residence on Friday Bargains in SHOES Our Dig Spring Clearanco Salo is on and all our Men's $2.00 Shoes nre going at $1.03. $1.05. HAMILTON & CO. Tho Corner Shoo Store. WORK OF STATE LEGISLATURE THE INSTITUTIONS BILL RESTS iGuthile. Okla., Fell s - In a md den nnd unexpected sortie the lower home todny opcimJ the battlo over the locution of public Institution, and passed to engrossment and third reading the hill by Glover and Ire ton locating the Oklahoma Indus trial Institute nnd. College for Girls at Chlekasha. The mntter of public bulltllngs was then allowed to rest, the loentlon at Chlekasha bolng the test by the advocates of Immediate location of public buildings of the temper of the house. Seveml inluoi bills were pass ed, nnd bills Introduced by Price and Mnxey respocthrly repealing the graduated land tav and InherlfTince tax Indicate that tin re will lie made an attempt to roponl many of the special tav measures of the first legislature. The bill locating the glrU' school at Chlckusha entries nn appropria tion of $100,000. nnd provide thnt ChlcknslMi shall furnish lflO nrres ot ground for a site. Workmnu of Clnre. more nmde an unsuccessful effort to' stem the utter rout of the oppot- tlonlsts. but tho sortie wiu well! plnnnl and successfully curried to ' a termination. Wortinsn succeeded In loiUlug a motion to reconsider the ' vole by which the house pawed the bill to final pusnnge. Immediately following the routine rcpcnllim grailunted land tax; Wal business disposed of Glover of Grndy laee. requiring report of nil births precipitated things by moving that and deaths made to county super the hill be tnken up out of regular , Intendents hy physician and rein- order and considered Wiillaco made lives; llryan mil Tlllotsou. for re n motion to table, ami with much I toratlon of records iWtmved bv ainusement nil prepared to see Glov-iflre; Sherman, lomllng a secondary or squelched. That there was some- agricultural school In Major county thing behind tho motion was shown; In the firth Judicial district: Iteeves. In a moment, however, for the house did not table big motion by a vote of HO to r2 against. The bongo went Into coniiiilttee of the whole to con- slder the bill 011 .mother well execut-jcorn ed maneuver, with Semple In tho cluilr. Cope moved to mnke 1,10 acres ! for a site a requisite. Glover nc-1 cepted nnd the amendment was ndopted. Cope moved to amend sec-1 Hon two cutting the appropriation , from $200,000 to $100,000. Glover ac-i cepted nnl tho nniendment wns , lnnds for maneuver grounds for un adopted. The 1illl was then recom-' tlotial gaurds; Hrldges, on division mended for passage,. The actions on ! Notice Is heroby given by virtue of an execution duly Issued out of thoi district court of Carter county. Okla-, noma, on tho 3rd day of December. I 100S, In the case of It. T. Dallas vs.' Hallow three limes, nnd Hallow ema il. A. Ledbetter. I have this day levied! tltl his pistol at Fooshee. upon the following dosciibed property! as the property of H. A. Ledbottor, tO-Wlt: n undivided one-llfth Interest In I the N W U of tho N K ",4. N K i "'""'" provide. 1 mmseil wltn enrt of the N W U : the N K U of the N. ' '''''K''" f"r "I" " capon nboiu oik K '4 of Section 10. The N W i of,lim' lM,f,r0 "l0 ""' "fcunvd. the S W ', ot the N K U of Section! 2S, Township I! South. Hange 2 Kast. And nn undivided one-tenth Interest ' In the S K ',' of the S W U; S Vj ofjf(,rl-v witnesses. Tho object of the the N K Vt of s'ec. S, Township 3 1 defendant's attorneys npears to bo South, Hange 2 West. Tho N of,'" establish evidence of conspiracy tho S K Vi of the S K ,4;S K 4 ofi1""' aelf-defeiise. Drawings of the tho S K 14 of tho S K U of Sec. Ci'ne of the murder were p-oduaed Township 3 South, Hange 2 West. 1 1" ' otirt and much tlmo was given I to the study of tho question of '.he Anil thnt 1 will nffor sulci iirnnertv . " ------ for salo at public venue to the hlghost nnd best bidder for cash In hand, ln front of tho court houso In Ardmore, Carter county, Oklahoma on the Cth day of March 1909, between the hour of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. Said property having been apprais ed as by law required and Its value fixed at $290.00 by said appraisers. Witness my hand this the 29th day of January 1909. 1-lwks J. H. AKKHS. Uy Fred Williams Dopnty. Notice For Publication, Stnto of Oklahoma, County of Car ter. In the District Court. H. M. Cuniinlngs, et nl. plaintiff, vs. II. S. 'Hettes, Newton Kelsey and W. P. Terrell defendants Said defendants, H S. Hettes and Newton Kelsey, will take notice that they have been sued In tho nhovo court for money accounting Injunction and receiver, and must answer tho petl tlon filed tehrelu by Mid plaintiffs on or boforo the Hrd day of March, A. D., 1909. or said petition will bt taken as true, and a Judgment for Ball plaintiffs In said action fo. $27,000.00 at C per cent Interest from October 1st, 1903, will bo rendored accordingly. Dated this 21st day of January, 1909. H. A. LKDUKTTKH and R. A, HOWARD, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Attest: C. T. VKRNON, District Clerk. T - - w Tl I ni.l.'tl T . . 4 m uy o. m. i'wuunu( uuiiu,y. the bill were so rapid, so cleverly done that those not into the move did not know Ahnt had happened until It had been accepted. It is un derstood that the lea.lers hno final ly mt together nnd that the local on of Institutions will be nken up from now on in the house. Cast eel's bill nnnronrlnlliiir $10 000 for the Texas and Clmatronj county cstornmnd drought sufferers, "was finally passed: also Johnson's bill requiring trained nurses to sub mlt to examination nnd creating a1 state board of examiners. j White's bill relatle to convr i mice of rest estuto and suits to d teniilne title, etc., wns killed by tin house after a long and woarv flgii' In which none took great 'Interest i Roger's hill for payment of wit noses J In the county courts was flnnllj pwwed. Hill favorably retried by Jnpp, regulating distribution of money for public school; Mnxey and Wlmyne. relntlve to special Judges: Semple. county courts; CopJell, wills; H.itliff. limitation of actions; Lincoln nnd! Dixon, creating u new Judicial -lls-l trlct for Creek and Okmulgee conn I 1 ties; Hoss. tusking adulten nnlvl ground for divorce. New bills Introduced were h Max .. repealing inherltsnce tnx: Price. authorl.lnir cities nnd towns to reg ulate M)ol halls. bowlliiR alleys; Ireton. ptohKiltlng Introduction of "dodder" seed, a grass resembling silk nnd doing much damage In alfalfa patches; Cope, dividing Hlalne county Into two county court Hstrlels: Hoss, providing silortlianil reporters for district courts; Action, creating a state banking board; Hoss, defining Jurisdiction of county courts; Hoss, appropriating public fences. IN THE DISTRICT COURT (Continued from page one) Joint with a ptol ami flr-d at in, Fooshee had a wenpon In his I)ssession. but It had never been Dlodnei'.l oi- fit nil " w,m R,fUo'1 1,1 ,,vll'c 1 lp defense opened Its enso about w' nt work at a late mmr ,hl iifternoon. It has nbout girecuon or uie millets. Among those produced by ine d- fense as witnesses weie D. K, Hooker and V. S. Joins, -who testified as to two bullet holes presumed to have been fired In the fusllado. Hoth wl nosKos stated In answer to question of County Attorney Matson. that they were upon tho bonds of tho prisoner nnd Hookor created a mild sensation by stating that tho pris oner wi an enemy of his at -he time that ho wont on his bond. Hallow has been nt liberty under a $10,000 bond and npjxjars to be llttlo disturbed by any of the tes timony Introduced for or against him. W. C. Dean 'Was placed upon the stand for tho defense nnd dis claimed any knowledge of tlu ma ter with the exception of having seen the bullot wound. In connection with which there was so much queion. It Is expected that tint defense will conclude Its ease this evening. Soldier Balks Death Plot. It S1..mn,l tn 1 t Otn .. Mvll ...n,l""" i"""" -"'... veteran, of Knn'ip." Tex., 'that a ploti'"l,r cl(' awarding us tho $225,000 existed between a desperate lung :rnub1o nnd the grave to cause hi ienth. "I contracted a stubborn cold'' he writes, "that developed a cough that stuck to me, In splto of all rem edies, for years, My weight ran down to lilO pounds. Then I begnn to use Dr. King's New Discovery, which re stored my health completely. I now weigh ITS pounds." For severo Colds, obstinate Coughs, Hemorrhngo. As thma and to prevent Pneumonia it's irli-.ii,, I r.nn .....I inn 'tvini nut,, oo uaie; Yv Ard , or , 'phaV! -1Mmncv. WE KNOW 1 hat when wc a j.air of Hey wood Shoes the customer is netting good value for his money. Hl-YWOOD KNOWS-llowto make shoes that lit the feet, with style and wear comhined. YOU KNOW-If you have ever tried a pair of this make of shoes, that you get good satisfaction. Tan, Oxblond, titinmetal, Patents. $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 LYNN, the Shoe Man in isast main srKEhT. McFARLAND'S HOTEL K J. Mi I'MtLANI). Proprietor. Mi A LICS I'KR, OKLA. European Plan. ;s modern rooms 75c and $1.00. Large sample room. Popular priced restaurant in connection. Fish dinners a specialty. STORES WILL BE CLOSED lU'SINKSS MEN WILL OBSEHE LINCOLN DAY BY CLOSING UP STORES FRIDAY AFTERNOON. The following business men of Ardmore have signed the petition agreeing to elos their place of busi ness Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock,,1 '.n olnervnnce of Lincoln Centennial! dny: Stcvcm Keiinerly H Sprnglus Co. (1. W. Andorson, Pennington Gro. Co. A. M. Hlce. J. K. Hamilton & Co. Madden & Co. Westbeliner ft D.uibe. Ardmore Wholesale Mer. Co. H. P. Wolverton. Newi Stnto Hardware & Harness Co. Jones fc McChnren. P. L. Martin. Sprekolmeyer & Co. J. '.V. Harall. M. T. Felkor. J. C. Whltohurst. Hyden-IIodges Co. A. C. Young. K. M. Goff. The HanUrupt Store. Dltzler Dry Goods Co. Tyler & Simpson Co. Frank Herrjhlll. Conway & Julian. Ardmore Wholesale Groc. Co, llrady & Hmdy. W. W. Tallnrerro. W. A. Pride. Fp'iisley Pros. Lumber Co. Ardmore Supply Co. Chickasaw Lumber Co. Nelson Hror. Webb's Art Gallery. T. K. Kearney. Russell, the Photographer. D. K. Allen. J. J. Luttorell. J. F. Havens. Thos. H. Hotrrts. Geo. li 'Crlner. Frank Hunt. The Wonder Store. Chickasaw Furniture Co. Tho Haltlinore Mer. Co. O. A. Sammons Lumber Co. Hudson-Houston Lumber Co. Koenlg's Shoe Shop. oPlnnd & Foster. H. J. Taylor. Twrvor & Dornih. W. 0. Dean. ABOUT THE CITY'S BONDS. City Clerk George Bruce Receives Letter From Spltzer & Co. Mr. llruce received tho following letter from Spltzer & Co. this morn ing. Tho contents of the letter Indi cate that some definite action In this matter may bo expected In tho very near future. Tho City Clerk. Ardmore, Okla., Dear Sir Mr. G. I. Gilbert hns fm-u-nrilnil tn 11a n nnnv if the resolli. .... , ' 2fi-year city bonus, anil we nave turn' ed tho same over to our attornoy, with Instruction) to get out all nec essary proceedings, first In tho mat tor of tho votes being taken and then preliminary steps being takon by the city council In tho matter of getting out the proper lugUlntlon, Including a resolution adopting the form of tho bond, nnd nlso the hlank 'nl "htch we are to furnish the ci' council mu me urwt iiuiik ii J. . II r.. at j. All .. rices LEST YOU FORGET Money refunded if our Ideal Vanishing Cream, and Iuulerma Cream does not give satisfaction. They are skin foods and keep the skin in a healthy condition. Coleman Bros. Druggist-Jeweler. Clearance Sale WALKOVER SHOES. $.1.50 Shoe now $2.75 $1.00 Shoe now $3.20 HAMILTON & CO. NOTICE! Tomorrow is the 10th. Pay your tel ephone bill now and get your discount. CHICKASAW TELEPHONE CO. will prepare ia the necessary data to present to tho legal voters of your city In tho matter of voUng tho bonds in due and legal form. We ex- pect to be ablo to forwnid. this data to you at nn early date. Yours truly, SPJTZEK & CO NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS St a. ed bids 'will be received hi he or flee of tho architects and at the of fice of the clerk of tho school boat at Dougherty for the erection aril completion of a bU-rooni etot o school building. Plant and hnx fl cations can- bo seen at tho offlc. et Tackott & Myall, architects, Aid more, Okla., or at the offico of M. clerk at Dougherty. Rids wilj be reoolved up to tb hour of 1 p, ir -February 22. 1900. Each bid mu bo accompanied by h certified check tf two per cent of the bid, made iu able to the clerk, W. C. .Morgan Th right ii reserved to rejtt' uy or nil bids. 9-H-21 TACKKTT A MYALL Arch'Tc h.