A RDM ORE, OKLAHOMA STNDAY M()KNlN(i A1MHL IS 11)01)
ONE thing that makes our store ii. ' headcuartcrs for
well-dressed men is the fact that we pro. h for the needs
of young men. These HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
clothes are made insuch a very variety of models that we can cater
to men of all ages, and give them what they want.
We find that men seldom grow old in their clothes-tastes;
and the makers of these ocxls seem to have the crift of makine
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5iMll CopyrlhI l9oq br Man Schiffner & Mm 1 1 PTlYl If?
TI11 Retailers Usnrlatiou met at
thi' city liall Friday nlpht The at
ti ndaneo was good and In the
:peii lies made for the good of tlir
orili r It was very dear that tin- nior
ihants wore pleased with tin- results
produced by tin organization. Some
committees were appointed and ad
loiirntuint was taken for two wi ks
until tlu next regular meeting.
rive on schedule time they usually happen before.
They have already happened this season. Now is the
time to protect yourself, for tomorrow miht be too
late. The premium isn't larjie, and the comfort's
mighty bi. When taking out a policy of insurance with
You may rest assured that you are "ettinn the BliST
THAT .MONEY CAN BUY
J. C. King Co.
Carter-Booker Bhlg. Audits Telephone No. 224
Murray rounty teailurs have been
111 session Friday and Saturday at
Sulphur. Superintendent F.vans of the
Ardinoro schools was with them Fri
day night and addressed the ti aehers
on the subject, "Two Sorts of Teach
ers." Head Ardmoretto want adu.
TANDS just the
same as time
goes on, provid
ed notning happens !
what may happen you
never know. Fires and
tornadoes seldom ar-
styles for the man
of middle acre which
are as young as he
feels; as well as
making the ultra
fashion which every
young fellow wants.
All the fabi 'ICS
are all-wool; it's
quite a unique fact
in clothes in these
Suits $iS to $30
This store is the
h o m c of I I art
Schaffner Sz Marx
ALTON B. PARKER FILES APPLI
CATION IN KANSAS FOR RE.
CEIVER FOR LANYON CO.
BONO MONEY OUTSTANDING!
New Yorker Appears at lola, Kansas
as Representative of Trust Company
of America, Trustees for Bond
holders. lola. Kan.. April 17. Upon appli
cation of Alton (. I'arker, acting on
behalf of the Trust Company of Am
erica, trusteo for tho bondholders.
.1 O. Jtoxers was today appointed
receiver for tho I.aiiyon .Inc Com
pany. The petitioners declared that there
was still outstandiiiK $1,78:1.000
in the company's bonds, on which
there is defaulted Interest to the
amount of $IS3,000.
No interest has beep paid on the
bonded debt of the company, they de
clare sliico 1005.
The I.aiiyon Company controls
ou r forty per cent of tho entire iluc
output of the world.
Tie- lompauy holds stocl: In Hum
orous other companies, includliiK
ainoiiu the larKest concerns, the Col
orado Zinc .Minim; Company.
It A. Hi-ffiiiT of this city had a
telephone message Krlday nlKht ro
ipiestliiK lilm to come to Payetto,
rk., to act as a judno In tho ora
torical contest beetwen llaylor Uni
versity of Texas and the University
of Arkansas. Mr Heffner Is a Texas
University man and was acceptable
to both sides but on account of bus
iness ciiKaKcmrntfl ho had to de
cline the honor.
KANSAS CITY FEDERAL JUDGE
SAYS STAlc HAS NO POWER
OVER RAILROAD RATE.
INJUNCTION IS DISSOLVED
Railroads May Now Put Three Cent'
Pasenger Rate Into Efftt Frisco
Announces Two and One-Half Cent;
Kaunas City, .Mo., April 17. Judge
Smith Mcl'lierson ill nu unieiided de
cree handed down in the United
Stall's court here today, reserved ex
sen ed exclusive Jurisdiction In me
Missouri rale ense and in effiH't In
sti lifted tin; stale to keep out of the
The decree will dissolve the Injunc
tion iiKaliml tlie rullionil now pend
ing in the state courts and II Is stal
ed In stale olTiclals that the eighteen
railromls operating in Missouri will
now put the three cent passenger
rale into ell'ect.
The railroads recently asked .Indue
Mel'hersim to strike out that part ol
hi-, original opiiiiou, rendered March
L'nd. which stated that a two and one
halt' cent rate might lie i-iuitable.
Indite Mcl'lierson will hand down a
decision on this hUter question Willi
in the next few days.
Tin- St. Louis and San Francisco
Company today announced the In
tention of estalilishini: a two and
one half cent rate May 1.
Tills nialies tne third wad in (In
state to accept the compromise terms
suggested ly (iowrnor lindley.
TAFT TO TOUR COUNTRY
PRESIDENT PLANS- TO MAKE
VISIT TO ALASKA DURING THE
LATE SUMMER AND AUTUMN.
Washington. 1). C April 17. Presi
dent Taft, who helleves that the clip f
magistrate should Keep In close touch
with the people, is planning a notable
trip during tuo lato summer ami early
autumn, provided that congress ' de
cides to continue the annual appropri
atlon of IL'o.lK i lor traveling expenses
The president plans lo include Al
asla In the journey.
Uo U particularly anxious to af
teud tlie annual eiicampnieii. ot tin
(5 it . al Salt Lake l lty. I "tali.
OMAHA OFFICIAL DEAD
BROTHER OF LATE EDWARD
ROSEWATER, FOUNDER OF
OMAHA BEE, DIES SUDDENLY.
Omaha, Nob,, April 1". Andrew
Itosewnior, for tweuty-llvo years city
engineer of Omaha, dropped dead of
heart disease nere early today.
He was a brother of tlie late I'd
ward Ilosewater, founder of the Oma
WIIEAT ST!Ll BULllSI1
ALTHOUGH PATTEN, THE BULL i
LEADER, WAS OUT OF THE j
MARKET, PRICES CLIMBED. !
CIiIciiko, HI., April 17. James A.
Patten, the leader ot tlie May and
July what bulls, whs not In tne mark
et, louuy, accoruiUK to ins iiwu man--iiient,
but prices advanced neverthe-'
July closed at 1.1s 3-S to MS 1-2,
or 1 a-s to 1 1-2 cent over yesterday.1
.May dosed one cent lilRher than yes-1
i terda . -1
FIVE CENTS REDUCTION
CRUDE OIL REDUCED FROM THIR.
TY-FIVE CENTS TO THIRTY
CENTS IN GLENN POOL.
i UartlesWlIo, Okla., April 17. A re
l dilution lu the price oi crude oil lu
the Glenn I'ool and Morris Holds from
I tlilrty-tiM" to thirtv leiits per barrel
! Is announced by the (Suit l'lpu line
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WEATHER FORECAST. V.
Yew Orleans :.. April 17 ::
ilay Is lu
ami cool i'
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Linen Napkins, plain and col
ATTORNEY GENERAL ADVISES
DISTRICT ATTORNEY AT TULSA
ABOUT HASKELL CASES.
MAY BE BROUGHT UP LATER
Attorney General Says Present
Grand Jury Cannot Legally Investi
gate Alleged Frauds. New Jury
Must Be Drawn.
WashiiiRton. I"). C. April 17. The
attorney Kciicral today 'wired the
United States district attorney al
Tulsa, Okla., that tho present Krand
Jury lu session there, cannot lexally
InviMtiKiite the Haskell cases, hut
that a new Krand jury intuit be drawn
from what was oriKlnally tlie Western
District of Indian Territory, In order
to reconsider these rases ill the
eseiit they are to lie reconsidered.
OF UNSoUND MIND.
J. W. O'Day Demanded That He Be
Fed and Was Placed In Jail.
.1. V. O'Day is one of the prison
ers at the county Jail. Some month,;
ago O'Day was arrested and sent m
the asylum for Insane. He remained
there several months and was dis
charged as a well man. I-or the past
few days he has been playiiiK the
roll of the man mentally unbalanced
lie went to the home of -urs. Oscar
Kilter and demanded something to
eat. Mrs. Hitter thotiKht -e. was a
trump who had become imprudent
ami she called her husband. Mr. Hit
ter went home lor the purpose of pun
ishiiiK Hie man who had disturbed his
home and when he hud arrived 'OOay
had none to the home of a uelKhhor
and was demamliiiK entrance to the
home. Mr. Hitter nw at once that
something was wroiiK with the man
and enycuKed lilm In friendly conver
sation ami by the use of skillful di
plomacy Induced the man to accom
pany him to town. Tne unfortunate
man was placed in the custody of tie
Seed Breeding Farm.
A. M. Ferguson, manager of the
Texas s-ed lireediug Farm at Sher
man, Is an rduior" visitor He h;n
nil' niproml cotton seed wlil'h
i d si- i to pl.ue on the market
Y.'U will .ipprcu.ue tw.i .ulv. tutrices. (iiality thi bast,
pines lwr than .iskrd fur the ordinary kind.
Monday Morning we plate on
Now models, all colorinjr, specially priced $3.75 to $8.50
The. one for street wour, speeifllljr priced $2.00 to $7.50
Uur reel sty Us, greatly i educed $3.25 to $0.25
Cotton, lisle, plum and fancy, specially priced 25c to 85c
Correct weights vests Ar union suits, special 25c to $1.25
COLORED LINEN SUITING
Heuutilul colorings, Hfl iuen wide, 50e quality, special 35c
All the new sliadeii, fiOc grade, specially priced 3 5c
All linun, 72 in. wide, regular $1.25 quality, speuial 0c
FARMERS AND CRAFTSMEN
JOINT MEETING TO BE HELD IN
ARDMORE MAY 21 CLOSER CO
At a meetliiK of the Ardnioro i
Trades Council Friday night, at
while a splendid delegation from the '
.n rltii.ru' ITiitnn i':ib fir.iu.ttit It i-MU
decided to have a muss meetliu i f I
farme-s and labor union men lu this 1
city 'ii the nlg-it of May 21. The'
court hou:" will douhtlos he se -ured
f i. this purpose, and jmlKliiK from 1
the enthusiasm displayed on the part 1
of the local labor union people this 1
will lie the biggest union meeting 1
ever held 111 the city. Some good
speakers are being arranged for, and
a general good time Is anticipated.
Subjects of public moment mid of in
terest to the laboring people will be
dlsciiHsed, ,-ind plans laid for a clos
er co-operation between the agricul
tural and craft laboring men. Those
present and representing the farmers
at the council Friday night were
O. K. Harden. Joe Taylor. W. J.
Drown, 1). A. I'litman.
Frank Butt a Banker.
The Citizens Hank has been or
ganized at Oes Moines, N. M. Due of
the Incorporators of the new lln.tn
linl institution Is Frank lintt for-.
llierly of this city but more te- '
iHitly from Cli'-toe. N. M. T.. ;mr
piwo of the organization Is to con
duct a savings bank. Mr. llutt is
well known lien-.
FARM AND CITY LOANS.
Wo are in position now to
mak0 quick loana on good
farms and city proporty for 5,
I 7 and 10 years. Reference to
nny bank In Ardmore as to
IMtUW & RAMSEY.
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DO IT NOW.
Tho Tornado Season I here '
Protect your property from !
that powerfully energetic and
Irreslstable twlstr the Wind.
A $1S00 policy costs less than
a penny Jav. Seo
GORMXN, ROGIB & DOHBINS
Over Cl'y Natloual Dank.
H. S. I luck Towels, full sire,
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STORY NOT CONFIRMED.
Constantinople, April 17 -No
confirmation of the report
d klllliiK of two American mis
sionaries durliiK the rbts at
Adaua has been recoUed as
yet. The conflict between the
Armenians and the Moslems
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If you deslie snap, sinr v
dash ami elegance coinhmed
let us show you one ol tlx -smart
Spriug suits- a ch.r i
Tins desixu Is In the 1'
fashion, the tabrlc at d t.a
.uul the pric , s art r r
Outfitters for Men.
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