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Ardmorf Monday, January 17, 1910
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE PAGE FIVE I ( I Our Show Cases Aro nlwnys full of t ho freshest and most delicious cookies, doughnuts and candles. Wo spnro neither paliiH nor exponso In our ollortn to pro ducu tho best there la in our lino. Don't forget Hint Holomon's Stonm Bakery Ih nlwnyH ncnt nml clean nml thoy uso only tho best quality of everything Hint noes to mnko SOLO MON'S VEItY UliST MtHAD. bolomon's Steam Bakery PERSONALS Chas. Adanis visited llerwyn to day. Dr. A. K. .Miirtln of Marietta was u visitor hero today. (. A. Hamsoy left today for a bus iness visit to Chlckashn. Sam D.iuho left today for a busi ness visit to points north. T. K. Padgett was a business visitor hero today from Dallas, Texas. Attorney .1. V. Cabell left today for a business visit to points north.- S. W. .McClcndoii of VI ill Creek was a business visitor horo today. Porter Karbart and hlllle Wash IiiKton of .Marietta were visitors 'hero today. W. K. Iionard of Ft. Towson wis amoiiR the out of town visitors horo today. M. 0. Norvell, dcimty marsbal f i om Marietta, was a visitor lionj today. 'Max Graff of Tishomingo was horo today looklna gfcer business matters. Mr. and Mrs, J. 11. Ilraily visited with relatives In Gainesville yestorday. .1. T. (loldsby went to Wayne to day to look after bis farming Inter ests there. UV. II. Simmons rw-as hero today from Tishomingo, looking after bus iness affairs. Warren Martin left today for bis territory, after spending Sunday hero with his family. C. P. Sites, a prominent real es tate dealer of Oklahoma City, was a visitor here today. . Don Lacy or tho City Natloml Hank spent tho Sabbatb with rela tives In Gainesville. Col. .Jerry McCluskey was in tho city yesterday from Davli visiting 'Willi bis daughter, Mrs. Morris Sass. Sam Stone, ono of tho pioneer liquor enforcement officers of tho state, was -hero yesterday from Du ra nt. Judgo James K. Humphreys loft yesterday afternoon for Miukogec, where he has some land casos and timber cutting cases In tho f.ideral curt. C. W. aioCIurg, formerly with Tyler & Simpson Co. of this city, was hero yostorday from Tishomingo, 'where bo Is In tho retail grocery 'business. Governor It. M. Harris was hero yesterday. Ho started with his two daughters, Misses Totnmto and Lucy, to San Autouio, whero tho latter was to enter school. Thoy stopped oft In Dallas whero tho young ladles spent a day In shopping and whon they went as far as Port Worth the governor tired of the trip and allow ed the girls to go on alone. Mlsa iTonimlc will return after tho young er girl has been placed In school, Head Ardmorolto Wn t Ads. NEW COPYRIGHT BOOKS-LATEST MAGAZINES IOR SALE AT PHONE 6, IREE DELIVERY. MONDAY AND TUESDAY PROGRAM THE THEATORIUM "A Corner in Wheat." Biograph. "The Fatal Ball." A Western Drama. "A Million Dollar Mix-Up "Comedy. TALKS POLITICS SAYS SECRETARY DECLINED TO APPROVE UILL PROVIDING FOR WASHINGTON DELEGATES. One of the Interesting visitors In the city today was cx-Governor It. M. Harris of the Chickasaw nation, who was en route homo to Tisho mingo rroin San Antonio, whero he bad gone to place bis daught r, Miss Lucy Harris, In college. Ho talked freely of Indian and state politics. Tor the next gowvinr of Oklahoma he feels very kindly toward Judgo J. It. A. Robertson of Chandler and said he could not toll how much strength the Judge would develop. Willi leferonce to Murr.iv, hi said ho was growing w- aid', since the campaign opened, and he believed Cruco would eniry John-tin county. Governor Harris said Gounur Johnston had gone to Washington mid would spend tho winter the." In the Interest or needed Indian lig Islatlon and that tho secretary cf the Interior had failed to recognize ns delegates Hen II. Colbert of Tlsh cnilugo anil Prank Hourhuul of An' more, who were elected delegate! by the Chickasaw legislature. The ex-governor said the recent trouble In the Chickasaw schools in which the superintendent and five super iors wore suspended from officii he believed would result In the closing down of tho academies. Ho thinks they should bo closed down, stating na bis reason that they had done very poor work since the government took charge of them and tho cost to the tribe bad been ten thousand I dollars more annually than tho for-; mer cost when under tho control of , tho tribe. Ho also expressed 'himself In favor of tho sule of the coal i lands and the sale or the surplus I lands and Ihe division of the pro ceeds of the salo among the now I horns of tho tribe. Fifth Sunday Meeting. The fifth Sunday nicotine f Salem Association will nieot with tho Hast Ardniore Baptist Church, Thursday before tho fifth Sunday In January, 1010. Thursday. 7:30 p. tn sermon by Isaac Lit tle. Friday. 'J a. in., organization. 9:30 a. in., Sunday school, a church work, J. T. Arrlngton, L. J. ltailey, L. C. .Mayo, J. Hnlney and II. It. Long. 11 a. in., sermon by A. C. Pen nington. 2 p. in, Duty of Deacons, J. H. Hall. 3 p. ni., Origin and History of tho United Daptlst, L. W. Wright. 7:30 p. in., sermon by .1. It. Hall. Saturday. 0 a. in., Duty of Church to Pastor, G. W. Crawford. 10 a. in., Duty of Pastor to Church. h. W. Wright. 11a. in., sermon by our missionary I.. II. Nichols. 2 p. m. Duty nml Honuftts of All Our Churches Working with tho hap tlst State Convention, L. W. Wright. 3 p. in., lioard meeting. 7:30 ii. in.., sornion by 0. W. Craw ford. Sunday. 10 a. ni., Sunday school mass meet ing. 11 a. m., 'missionary sermon by L. W. Wright. 7:30 i). in., sermon by II. H. Long. J. It. MASTUItS, Pastor. T. T. rinly, Church Clerk. Purity, perfect results and economy nil nro combined In K C naklng Pow der. Ounranteed tho best nt any price. Vou are wasting yonr money to pay moro for any baking powder 2.r cents for a 25 ounco can. CORNER MAIN AND II STREETS. ROBISON OPERA HOUSE Wednesday, January 19th DWIG1IT A. MEAD in George Middleton's Dramatization of MEREDITH NICHOLSON'S Novel "The House of a Thousand Candles" As produced for one year at Daly's and the llacket Theatres, New York, and Garrick Theatre, Chicago "The audience at the Garrick liked the play and many, man) , audiences will o wild over it." Amy Leslie in Chicago Daily News. PRICES - 50c to $1.50 No free list. Seat salo opens Monday morning at Post's Drug Store. CANNING FACTORY SUIT NOTES ARE NOT GOOD ONE HUNDRED CARTER COUNTY PEOPLE INDUCED TO BUY FAC TORY SOME DECLINED TO PAY. A suit ban been recently decided in tbe courts of Cuter county that will be of Interest to a number of people In and near Ardniore. The suit s row out of the effort o. the Chicago Iluilding and Maiiufaet.uliig Company to collect tbe notes ihat were given by Carter onnty people In the purchase of the canning 'ac tory which was ibuilt and equipped by that company here several years ago and which has the reputation of bnv ing been built on a grafting sch.-mo. Some of the subscribers to tho stO'.'k paid their subserpUons anil some de clined to pay. A test case was agreed upon, .ludge Wlllard Hleaknior.? was1 agreed upon to try the cause and W. v-. uciuiau was mane ucicmiaiii. in the suit to test the collection of the notes remaining unpaid. All the notes were given In the same m-inner, dts- poseu oi in i no same way aim me re- suit would be the result in reference to all of them. The payment of the note was defeatoj. Judge Blo.tkinoro . in his opinion, says: "The court finds that the Chicago Kulldiiit? and Manufacturing Company Is a coriKiratlou organized and doing business In the state of ll'lnois under 1 the laws of that state. The court fc tlier finds that some eight months '.k fore tho execution of the note ir. ou trovcrsy, tlie officers and agents of the Cuicago Building and Manufacturing Company came into the Southern Dis trict of the Indian Territory and so licited a large number of persons to associate themselves together and en ter Into a contract with It to build and equip a canning factory in the town of Ardniore. That they procured about one lmndred .people to associ ate themselves together and agree to buy a earning factory after tho same had been erected, the machinery In stalled and the same pla"ed In opera tion, and under this agreement, the. Cuicago Building and Manufacturing Company erected a building on certain property within tho corporate Hints of tho town of Ardniore. That tho de fendant In the case, W. C. Kendall, was ono of the subscribers to the orig inal contract with tho Chicago Hulld- 1 Ing and Manufaoturlng Company, and ! bound himself to .pay the sum of one I j hundred dollars. That after the com , pletlou of said canning factory, W. C. j Kendall executed and delivered to the j Cuicago Building and Manufacturing : Company the notes sued on herein. That said note was In payment of his subscrlploii as a member of the asso elation which agreed to buy the hald ! canning factory when completdJ. That on the same day that said note was 1 executed It was endorsed and assign- od by the Chicago Iluildlug and .Mann factuilng Company to the hankers Trust Company of Ardniore, without notice of any defenses which the d- fondant might thereafter have claimed. That sahl nolo mritiiie.l u-,i .t paid at maturity; was duly presenKU and protested. 'Hint after the matur ity of tald note, and the proWt there . of, it was returned by tho 'hankers Trust Company to the original payee, the Chicago Itulldiiiur ni.il M:iiiiif!utnr. lug Company, and thereafter 'got Into the .possession of the plaintiff In this .case, W. R Trlber. That the Chicago ! I lulhllng and Manufacturing Company had not complied with tho provisions of the not of congress of February the lSth, 1U01, and had not appointed an 'agent ns In that net provided, upon whom service of process might ho had, i etc. I "Tho court llnds that the Chicago Hulldliig and Manufactiinig Company wias u foreign corjHinit.lon nml had commenced to do and was doing busi ness within tho Southern District of 1 i! tic pur - .ind that i hi' prows i d not have m any court within the Indian Ten.ii.iy on any contract made by It witli nn citizen of the then Indian TVriitory. That C. Keiid.ill was a resident of Ardniore, Indian Territory and a iltlncn there lot. i "That the Hanker Trust Company took said note as a 4iona llde holder j for value, and In its hand, the said note was a valid and subsisting obli gation against the defcml.int. That j when tbe Hankers Trust Company re- turned said note to the original payee, the Chiexvio Building and .Maiiufactur I Ing Coinp.iny. It took the suhie sul- I ject to any defenses the defendant i iingui nave agniusi me same, ami l.i,., irr i.. ,i.i. . ,.- i j iiittv niv j'ltw 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ill nin lilllfl, lit i , Trlber, being an assignee and eoni I lug Into tbe possosslun of the note after its (maturity, took the same sub- Jen to the same defenses. That nil- I j der said net approved February the I 1Mb, 1!M1, tbe said note was void and ,. r,.,..... hi.. i r,,,.,.,. ,.r n,.. fi.i ' 0 j,,,,,,,,,,,. lml Manufacturing l,,,,,,;,,, aml tUat th(. plaintiff is not 1 ontit lftl to recover. "The court therefor ()j defendant, ' Muds In favor A STATEMENT OF FACTS BACK ED BY A STRONG GUARANTEE. We guarantee Immediate and posl tlve relief to nil sufferers from eon stipatlnn. In every case whero our 1 remedy falls to do tills we will sup-1 ply it free. 'Hint's a frank statement 1 oi incis ami we aia you ui suusiau- ........ .... . . i. ....... tlate them at our risk. Hexall Orderlies aro n gentle, of- fective, dependable and safe bowel I regulator, stroiigthoner and tonic, ! that are eaten like candy. Thoy re-1 establish nature's functions in a qui- j et, easy way. They do not cause any Inconvenience, grilling or nau sea. Tliey are so pleasant to take, and work so easily, that they may bt taken by any one at any time. I They thoroughly tone up the whole 1 system to healthy activity. They j have a most benellclal action uikiii I '.ho liver. Hexall Orderlies aro unsurpassable and Ideal for the uso of dilldreu, old folks and dellcato lM-rsons. Wo cannot too highly recommend them to all sufferers from any form of constipation ami its attendant evils. That's why we b.u-k our faith in tlirm with our iiroiulse of money back If they do n.. give entiro sat isfaction. V siz-a: 12 tablets 10 rents and lit! tablets 25 cents. He member you can obtain Hexall Hem edles In Ardniore only at our store The Hexall Store The City Drug I Store, W. II. Kramc, proprietor. I j ' The Hat Doc,or' Is Kt,w at th" Htuml' '''"'ng, , r.-blocking and ie-trliniulng old hats ns nice ns new. Out of town work out me gim t-i'iilal and promp at tention. S. C. JOHNSON' (Tho Halter). h'.-'J opposlto Court House. ' IIww IoafMH KTM" UIKm th " of a '"lHy I'"n")M SMOKE DEWITT'S EXPERIENCE. tbc Indian Territory tliw of said act of co not haWug compiled u Ions of sail act It -inaliitalni'd an action "Daughters of Poverty" A STORY OF THE HEART, FORCIBLY TOLD AND WELL ACTED AT THE MAJESTIC TONIGHT TALKS OF SCHOOLS SAYS SCHOOL OFFICERS WILL BE REINSTATED AND SCHOOLS BE CONTINUED. llx-'lovi i imr Cuy of the Chickasaw nation, who has charge of the Hock Academy, one of the five schools of tho nation, at Wapauucka, was here 1 ycMertluy en loute to Sulphur. In speaking of the school situation in tho nation, lie wild the academies , were doing good work, that unfor t,m;,t,,y Home charge bad bet n ii"ilo against the manner In whim the schools weiv being inanagi'd mid that the secretary of Interior had to .suspend the school officers .ltii-lntr .... luvesilnMiinn nf tim mfnlrs ; 11m id of the opinion that when the I officers make their reports .which ' must be done within twenty day I alter their suspension and tbe mat ter Is investigated by the Washing- ton authorities that the superin tendent .ami supervisors who were suspended will bo reinstated and tbe schools allowed to continuo from Tyear i.oth ' the : to year. He says there Is othlng In the charges to warrant the government In taking such radi cal action wltli roforenco to the sdioola and he feels that every offi cer will be exonerated when the liual repoit Is made. Tho busiest and mightiest little thing that evor was made Is Chamber Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They do th0 work whenever you ro qulro their aid Those tablets change weakness Into strength, listlessness nto cncrK.- gloominess Into Joyous-1 ncss. Their action Is so gentle ono don't icallzo they havo taken a purga-1 the. Sold by all dealers. Fraternal Aid Association. Kvery member of the Fraternal Aid Association Is requested, to be present ut the regular meeting tonight at I. O. O. R hall. Important 'business is to bo transacted. Hefrehhinents will Imi served and u good time Is expected. Chamberlain's Cough Honied); Ij not ii common, everyday cough mix ture. It Is a meritorious remedy for all the troublesome and dangerous complications resulting from cold !n tho head, throat, chest or lungs. Sobl by all dealers. SMOKE DEWITT'S EXPERIENCE. Socialist Speaking. Caroline Lowe, Socialist, woman organler, of Kansas, will speak nt the court house on Monday night, .Ian. 17. litlh. Subject, 'Why Wom en Should Vote." Kvery lady in Ard niore should attend. Kvorylody in vited. t: n t: a n t: u tt n n : t: t t: Money To Loan n t: tt t: tt tt On lmp-oved FAHM and CITY property at lowest rate. Come to seo mo at KIHST STATU HANK. Quick action and satisfaction guaranteed. tt tt it t: tt K tt Byron Drew tt President First Stato hank, tt k tt tt tt tt n n a n n n n t: our $3.50 to $5.00 I LYNN, The Shoe Man AH this Is the bogimiliig of a n. v t ar put jour heads together anil give the subject of owning a. home soinr. Hcrioui ioiihl (ration. We liavo on our list dwellings of (Iilferen' sorts Hint can be purchased at prices that make it worth jour while to in 'i -sK. T. N. COLEMAN ... THE CITY DRUGGIST .... Tclophono 4. 9 W. Main St. Tomb Stones Monuments Southwost no other linn can compete with us on prices. If you need grave stones, tomb stones or monuments write us for prices. We sell all over Oklahoma and Northern Texas. Wholesale prices. II AN WAY & OWENS. Ardniore, Okhi. Good Improvements Good improvements add to the value of your property if you have good concrete walks around your placo it looks mow attractive to u prospective buyer and would briny a better price. Why not let us build your walks and do your other concrete work. Wo use only the best materials, IolaPort land Cement and Tishomin go Granite Gravel. Come figure with us anyway. Ardmore Concrete Co. D. S. BLACKBURN, Mgr. QUINN WICKER, Ant Mr. W E ALWAYS SELL CHEAPER And now we are HI VINO AWAY brand new STANIMHl) TALK IN'd and HINCilNd MAO II INKS with certnln cash purchase. We have no rents to pay and there In no umj In your going to other cities to buy, (ell, swap, runt or store crated and shipped goods. Always look around. Three short blocks up Caddo Street. Winding you a Merry Xinas and Prosperous Now ear. C. P. HALL The IHg Now and Second Hand Dealer. Phono lltiU. Concrete Sidewalks Don't order them with out first getting bid from A. D. Hyde None but first class work. Phone 89. Anlmorcito want ads are the best. Ardniore Pc Waut Ads arc the beat. New Style in Men's Footwear This cut shows one of new styles of up to date shoes made in patent kid, tan, gun metal and oxblood, military heel, oak sole estlgnto. TIid advantages of owning u home of your own are ninny nml great, nml wo havo thiini at prices ranging from $ 150 to some of tho best in the city, that wo can soil you cither for cash or on tonus to suit you. Let us show you our list ami convince you Hint wo mean whnt we say. W. S. SMITH Konl Kstate, Loans it Investments Ardniore, Ok la. By the uso of the best skilled labor and the only electric mar ble cutting machinery in tho The City Drug Store W. B. FRAME, Proprletoh PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST We take particular pride in our Prescription Department. Will dispense exactly what your physician orders. Ab solutely no substitution prac ticed. Graduate of Pharmacy in charge. We solicit your pa trona'e. tt t: tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt a u a n CHANCELLOR DROTHERS tt tt HACK LINE. n tt tt tt Meets All Trains Day or Night, tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt n tt PHONE 190. FOH I'KOMIT SBHV1CK. tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt n OR. V. M. ANDERSON VETERINARY SURGEON Has moved to tho Illuw Front Darn on Uroadway, whero he ii prepared to take care ot all stock entrusted to his caro at a reasonable price. Office Phone 763 -Reildence 203 DROWN & DRIDGMAN. Funeral Directors and Llcennd Embalmcri. Largest lino of Funeral floods In Oklahoma. Suhscrlbo for Tho Ardmorolto Ardmorelto Want Ads are the best.