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Ardmor, Friday, January 28, 1910
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
PAQE FIVE
When You Try Our Baking
It's inillliv apparent. Wo inako
pica, cnkoR anil broad bettor tbnn
mother lined to make. Try our bak
ery products, you will thi'n realb.o
how good tliuy nrn mid over af tor
wards will Insist on netting thorn.
We use) only tho best Hour nutl othor
mntorlnls nnd groat oaro is taken in
tho preparation o f SOLOMON'S i
hll Hhni islthAD,
Solomon's Stcnm Bakery
PERSONALS
Porter Karhart was a visitor here
today rrom Marietta.
O. II. Taylor of Norman was a busi
ness visitor here today.
.1. S. Mullen left today for a busi
ness visit to Chlckasha.
Mrs. I j. N. Murdock left today for a
business visit to Altus. Okla.
Miss Kssle -Majors left today tor
(tuthrle where she has a position.
A. I), l'oterman left today for a busi
ness visit to Davis and. Wynnewood.
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nca ,
.1. (I. liiichanaii has returned lrom
a business -trip to C.uthrle and Okla-
boma City.
.tohn It. Dexter wont to llorvvyn to- , rooms will bo equipped. There will
day to look after business affairs at . be four sleeping rooms on the
his farm ne-ar there. 1 fourth floor for tln accommodation
Attorney ,lo Hen Champion nnd J. i of Juries.
('. Little aro in Iferwyn today attend ' The first stoiy Is to be built of
lug to egal business. ' Oklahoma granite which will most
Dennex Fitzgerald, one of the old 1 probably be brought from Tlshouilr
tlmo cotton buyers of this country, is j go, and the face brick w ill be of a
hero today from (laineBvllle. good quality of pressed brick with
ICuone Wolvortun was here today i
from Manusville visiting with friends
and attending to business affairs.
Mrs. H. K. Wallace has return M
from Sulphur where she visited with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I,. Kas'oy.
.1. V. Cabell loft horo today on a
business trip to Oklahoma City. In
cidentally ho will attend the dedica
tion exorcls.'s of the Hilts' now home
in that city.
Mrs. W. T. illell returned today from
a visit of several weeks to Dalhart,
Texas. Her ilslt was prolonged on
account ot the illness of her "laughter,
whom she was visiting.
Arthur Adnms and" Oscar Hitter loft
this afternoon for Oklahoma City. Mr.
Adams baa liought a forty horso power
six cylinder Ford automobile there
and they will return overland.
Mi
Thos. "Walker of Wynnewood
who has been hero for tho past few
days with her son who is ill at tho
sanitarium, returned home this morn
ing. Tho boy is greatly improved
and it !s thought that ho will bo able
to return homo soon.
I.. II. Ja)Vo, A. II. Fahner, Or. J. C. i
MeNecs of tnls city and F. W. Fisher, .
Dr. .1. O. Gilliam and Dr. Webb ot '
Herwyn nnd Dr. O. W. Amorson ot j
Milo have roturned from McAlestor j
where they attended tho reunion of
the Scottish Kite Masons. (
S. S. Tolson has gono to Guthrie
wnero ho will meet with the legisla-
tlvo committee of the state organlza-
tlon ot recorders of deeds. It is
known that the recorders obiect to!
some of the things asked for by tho -
legislative committee of the state or- .
gnnlzatlon of county commissioners.
"The Red Mill" Tonight'
"The Hod Mil"," numbering CO peo-
p'e, oiiera house tonight Curtain at
S o'clock.
NEW COPYRIGHT BOOKS-LATEST MAGAZINES
FOR SALE AT
JtUFlS
TV
TO
1'IIONE no
HUT DELIVERY.
Extra Special Theatorium
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Second Rei1 in "LIFE OF MOSES"
"THE INDIAN,"
A Thrillmci Western Story by Selig.
PLANS APPROVED
BOND IS PILED
ARCHITECTS READY TO BEGIN
THEIR WORK ON NEW COUN
TY COURT HOUSE.
, The board of county commission
I crs met yobtehlay afternoon with
I the Oklahoma City firm of architects
who have made the plans for the
court home, A pencil sketch was
gone over thoroughly and accepted.
The company filed Its bond and Is
ready to begin work at once.
The Carter county court house ,
will be one of the best In the
Mate. It will have a basement In
wli It-1i the lanltor
will have his
apartments and where
the furnace
;wl11 ,"' locaU'1' 011 ,h" flrRt f,oor
there will be a public assembly hall
which will be about forty or fifty
fei t and will be furnished with
opera chairs. This room will bo j
UM-d by the fanners for their In-1
(dilutes, by political parties for their j
meetings and for public speaking,
On this floor there will also bo
rest rooms for ladles and for men
and the county superintendent and i
county surveyor will have their of-'
flees on the first floor. On the sec-
ond floor the county commissioners,
county clerk and treasuier will havel
officer the lobby will extend eact I
and west and in tho northeast cor- j
r
the offices ol tho roirister of
tM0
deeds will be made and in
northwest corner the county attor-1
iu.v will have Ills offices. On the
third floor the district and oolltlty ,
court rooms
will bo located nnd ,
stairways from each" court room will
lead to tho fourth story, whore jury
fillers of ordinary brick
All t'li i
partition walls and stairways will I
lie of reinforced concrete, offices
will be supplied with va.iU for the
pintectlon of property and records
and the building will be as nearly
fireproof as It Is possible to biill.l
The assembly rooip pud the . ourt
rooms will be equipped with np.va
oh air.'.
SAYS HUSBAND WHIPPKD HER.
Couple Married In Texas See' Sep
aration Other Suit.
Hetty Lofton, through her attor
neys, Champion & Champion, has
filed suit against her husband, X.em
Lofton, asking that the bans of
matrimony which have held them
bound man nnd wife since they were
married at Iteese, Texas, in lDOI!, be
dissolved. No children have been
born to them. They s parated in
September, 1008, and the husband
does not reside in the state. She
alleges her husband was quarrelsom.
and on two occasions
!0r with his fists.
he whipped
Horry Williams and Annie Wll
Hants have filed suit against T. II.
Dunn and -I. Tlobort C.lllam asking
for the cancellation of a deed to a
small amount of property deeded to
tho real estate firm by the plaintiffs
on the 1'Jth of this month.
Maklnrj Life Safer,
Kvery where life Is being made more
safe through the work of Dr. King's
7e IMI in CmisUpatll.n buf
ousness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Liver
troubles, Kidney ijlsenses and Dowel
Disorders. They're easy, but sure,
and perfectly build up the health. 2.ric
. t at Ardmore Pharmacy.
Dr .1. 13. llooth Is in the city today
; rrom Springer.
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I Ardtnorelto Want Afls are the be3L
TOSj:SFROP.
CORNER MAIN ASl II STREETS,
NEXT ATTRACTION
All Wo ok ComnuMiciiiii Monday, Jan. .'11
The Morey Stock Co
"Thiit flood
TRICES
Ladies' Free
Monthly "Till?
RESOLUTIONS PASSED
PLEASE SCHOOL BOARD
NEGROES CONTRIBUTE SMALL
SUM BUT HAVE GOOD SCHOOL
ADVANTAGES.
j For several years the eoloied HO
pU of the town have been expert-
oncinir trouble with schools and roso- '
Unions recently passed by the colored '
people and published In the Armdore-'
Itn have pleased the city board of edu- (
cation. The in groes have In several
Instances contended for a building in
every ward and they have not been
pleased with the location of their
s lino! building. The courts have been j
resorted to In one Instance but it ;
seems now that the war is over with, '
- nnl peace wll reign for a time at I
least. Tin- nevrocs have good turlll-i
,,,h' o1'1 liiullsill building has been
;ianiouo(i ami ineir sciiooi is more
'central. y locate.!.
When the colored school problem i
belli,' agitated '.he school board
took, the pains to ascertain how much I
"'" " ,
ine hcuooi iniKi. aim it was learneu
that their school laves did not aggro.
gate more than one thousand dollars, j
Yet they have IuiiiIr sufficient from ,
the white taxpayers to maintain a
good building and a corps of conipe
tent teachers for ion months in the
year and they should be satlsflei with
the school hoard.
Have you n iweak throat" If bo, you ,
cannot be too careful. You cannot
begin treatment too early. Kadi cold
makes you more liable to another and
the last is always the harder to cure.
If you will take Chanibcrlnln's Cough
Itemedy at tho outset you will be sav
cd much trouble. Sold by all dealer?.
Occupation T.ixcs.
Tho board of .dtv commissioner."
will hold session th'.. afternoon at
which time pav'n-; contracts will
be discussed and lies final t ueh' s
will be made to the o?."up:.t on tax
bill and the commissioner of II-
nance will bo Instructed to proceed
with the collection of the tax.
AGAINST
ACREAGE REDUCTION.
Cotton Reduced One-Half Last Year
and Should Be Increased.
The attention of several Ardmore
people was attracted yesterday to
the letter sent our from Memphis by
.1 A. Taylor, president ot the Gin
tiers Union, in which he ndvlses tho
farmers to continue tho cotton acre
age reduction. The people hero are
of the opinion that as far as this
particular section of the county h
concerned no reduction in acreage
should be made. Last year tho acre
age was reduced one hair and an
other reduction tills year would al
most tako this portion of the stnt'
out of tho cotton business. It l'
slyly hinted that Taylor is a spec
ulator himself and needs a shortage
In the crop next year to bring him
' t "v"11 tho fllt'' plunglnr
he has been doing.
Ardmore should rccolvo thirty
thousand bales of cotton ench year.
Reports from every section of the
county state that more cotton will
be planted this year than last, high
prices have Induced the farmer to
favorably conMdor cotton and there
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tlon this year than last. These two
facts Minblne to make tho cotton
acreage greater. If an ordinal y crop
Is gatheied Ardmore will buy 30,000
bales of cotton next year. This Is
distinctly a cotton country, It is
depended u)on for tho money crop
and white plenty of hogs should be
raised, yet the acreage is not re
quired for hogs, and cotton should
not be' neglected. Colliers' Weekly
says If the 1910 crop should go to
fourteen million bales the price I
Mould b't from 10 to 12 cents,
Opera House Tonight
"The Hed Mill" Is tho attraction to
nUht at Hoblson Opera House. Cur
tain will rlso promptly at 8 o'clock.
Watch tho date for roopening of
the Crystal Theater. 2Ctt
Another thrilling Selig Western sto
r) nt Theatorium Friday and Satur
day.
Show'
15c, r2lt IS5c
Opening NMlit
OTIIKK WOMAN"
COTTON ACREAGE
TO BE INCREASED
NEW LAND BEING CLEARED, ALL
OLD LAND BE TILLCD, FARM
ERS ALL BUSY.
.1. W. .lolmson sas the people ol
Mllo aro more prosperous and more
honeful than they have been for the
past five years. Almos one-half of
the land for the l'.uo crop has been
turned and things are busy with the
farmer. Some land lay Idle In that
seectlon last year but imt one a. re w ill
lie out this year and be.ddes some
new land Is being cleared. MHo is In
a great corn belt and the people aro
wedded to corn and hogs although
consldi rab'e cotton will be planted I
there this year an.l most probably thj
Increase of acreage oxer last yeai !
'will !).. per cent.
stool; lias gone inrmign me winter
(looking well and good liea'th prevails
anion horses, hogs and cattle.
W. A. Taliaferro Is building a new
house In Ml!o and .p.I.e a number of
ouier new ii.iiii.-n are going up. r
nr. u. Ainorson wiio lias been in
McAlestor attending tho rounion ol
Masoiib together with his wife accom- I
panled Mr. Johnson home Mrs Amer-I
son was formerly
son.
Mb, Ma n I lohu
"The Red Mill" Tonight;
The Hed Mil;"
numlniing 0(1 peo-
pie, opera house tonight
Curtaiu at
s o'clock.
ELKS SUFFER DEFEAT.
Y. M. C.
A. Boys Play Good
Ball
Game Notes.
The game of basket hall last night
; result, d in a splendid victory for the
Y. M. C. A., the Dual score showed
2.1 to 17 in their favor. The it ha'f
was hard fought and stood It', to 10
In favor ot tho y M. C. A. At the
beginning of the second half the Klks
took a brace and ran the score up to I
k; to It! and for a time It looked as If
they would hold their own. The Y. M.
.('. A. men soon realized tho daiiL-er
and bending every effort ran the score '
up to where there was not much dan- j
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Last night proved that the Y. M. .
C. A. Is a prominent factor In athlet-
Ics In the city and with tho proper
assistance from the local boarU of ill-
rectors and tho ladles auxiliary some-I
thing should materialize in the way
of a good symiiasliun so that tho men
and boys or Ardmore should have the
advantages Unit other places enjoy.
Tlio local teams have b i Invited
to play the state university team at
.Vornian, anil a team composed of pick-
ed men will nmle.l.tv- nljiv th-.t i..l.i.
tutlon some time next week at Nor -
man.
Simple Remedy for LaGrlppe.
LaCrlppo coughs aro dangerous, us
they frequently develop into pneu
monia. Foley's Honey and Tar not
only stops the cough, but heals and
strengthens the lungs so that no se
rious results need bo feared. The
genuine Foley's Honey and Tar con
tains no harmful drugs and Is In a
yellow package Sold by all drug
gists. With the Sick,
i'ncle Hob Kviiies Is very sick at
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nia iiiiiiit. in ii.iruie.ihi. ,niniore. ins
i . . . .
.pnysician no'ds otr no nope or recov. i
,.ry to the family. Uncle Hob Is one
)0f the old time citizens of the town.
He was a Confederate soldl.-r and Is
well liked by a largo circle of friends.
Mrs. I. It. Mason h repotted quite
sick today. She Is suffering from a
severe cold.
Chamberlain's Cough Itemed)' U
not a common, every-day cough mix
ture. It Is a meritorious remedy for
all the troublesome and dangerous
complications resulting from ccV. in
the head, throat chest or lung. SoM
by all dealers.
A Greek Slave's Passion"
One of the most magnificent productions of the season
AT THE MAJESTIC TONIGHT
Lowcnstcin Orchestra Saturday Night
WANTS ARBOR DAYS
SMS PHUr, tvANd
SCHOOL GROUNDS. PUBLIC
PARKS AND PRIVATE PROPER
TY SHOULD HAVE TREES.
(!ie us the trees," said I'rof j
l'vans, 'and I will ask the school
board to give nie the time of the
bos In school to set them out. Ity j
proclamation of the mayor. Ardmore (
j-honld have an arbor day and that r
time of the year Is coining dose j
to hand when every man should j
p:ant trees about his property, pull- (
lii parks should have their tre s (
planted, city property, where er It Is
located should have Its trees growing I
and wherever trees have died .in ,
the school grounds they should b'' 1
leplaced." This Is the way Prof
Kvans views the situation with ref '
erence to beautifying the city. Not 1
many of us can write a book wor-'
thy of being handed down to pos
terity but we can plant a tree to
bless those who come after us. Not
many of use can Illumine our name ,
It. history by scientific discoveries
oi otherwise, but the tree planter
leaves a living, growing romem
brance to others that some kind 1
hearted poison had passed that way'
before. .
Public parks and private grounds
should have their full quota of
trees, fruit trees and shrubbery can
bo planted to advantage and the 1
first appeatance of spring turns tho ,
heart of the lover of nature to the ;
soil and he wants to be turning
the earth and preparing for plant
iir,, 'j-j,,, rtv K n, .proper mood
u- i,,.,..i i. n tr.... i.i.mtiiiif moc-
i-,n,attoii from the mayor
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F
CUSTOMERS COMING
THE FRALEY MILLS MAKING MIS-
1 SION FURNITURE, STORE FIX
TURES, ETC.
Several new customers have be. n
addde.l to our mi.l the past week
Th.-y have learned they can got any
thing In furniture or wood work here
cheaper than sendliri away for it. We
can take care of a few more order-.
We make
PLATE RAIL,
MISSION BOX SEAT.S.
SKIRT BOXES,
LAWN SEATS,
COUNTERS,
QUILIINU l-HAMUSi
STORE FIXTURES.
Out ot town work given prompt at
tentlon. All builders will Mild It to
their Interest to let us do their mil!
work.
ft I IJA.NI... .MllilJ,
II. T. Hunt, Manager.
Notice to Creditom to Present Claims.
i
Notice Is hereby given that letters
f administration on tho estate of
Oorgo M. Wayland, deceased, were
i Krnnted to tho undersigned by the
, County (Court of Carter County, a!
' Ardmore, Oklahoma, on tho llth day
I of Decemlier, A. I)., 190V.
' 'A" persons having claims against i
j S!l' estate are required to exhibit
the same to the undersigned at .OJ
j Kaat Kroadway, Ardmore, Okl.iho.ua,
for allowance within four tmonthi af-
tor th.s date of this publication with
necessary vouchers or they vh bu
forever precluded from any benefit
of said estate; or, said claim may be
filed in said County Court.
Dated this 28th day of Docomoer. A
I)., 100V. N'KMdK WAYLAND.
Administrate with will Annexed.
(First published .Ian. 111. 11)10.)
l'J-2-2-U
The second reel in the Life of
Moses at Tho.itoriuin Friday and
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MONEY
To loan on improved FAUM
and CITY property at low
est rate. Come to see me
at First Stan Hank. Quick
action and satisfaction uar
anteed.
BYRON DREW
President First State Hank.
Mom
VIS Ik
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"Heywood SnoesWean
LYNN, The Shoe Man
Exclusive Agent for Holeproof I lose
Guaranteed for Six Months.
Wo will loan you money on bolh
the most reasonable rate of interest.
W. S.
T. N- COLEMAN
THE CITY
Telephones
Tomb Stones "f 1,10 u.M"of l!,Q .skn,cd
liibor and tho only oloctric uiar-
Momi meillS bio cutting machinery in tho
Southwest no other linn can com pet o with us on prices. If
you need .'rave stones, tomb stones or monuments write us
for prices. We sell till over Oklahoma and Northern Texas.
Wholesale prices.
I1ANWAY & OWKNS, Arilmorc. Oklu.
Good Improvements
Good improvements add to
the value of your property
if you have f,rood concrete
walks around your place it
looks more atlractivo to a
prospective buyor and
would bring a bettor price.
Why not let us build your
walks and do your other
concrete work. We use only
the best materials, Iola Port
land Cement and Tishomin
go Granite Gravel. Come
lifiue with us anyway.
Ardmore Concrete Co.
D. 3. BLACKBURN, Mr.
QUINN WICKER, Asst. Mgr.
W E ALWAYS
SELL CHEAPER
And now wo are O I VI NO A W A Y
brand now STANDARD TALK
I N( ! and SI N 1 1 NO M AO 1 1 1 N US
with certain cash purchases.
Wo liavo no rents to pay and
there Is no use In your going
to other cities to buy, sell,
swap, rent or store crated nnd
shipped Hoods.
Aiwa) h look around. Throe
short blocks up Caddo Street.
Wishing you Merry Xmas
anil Prosperous Now Yeur.
C. P. HALL
Tho Dig Nuw and Second Hand
Dealer. Phono Still.
Concrete Sidewalks
Don't order them with
out first getting bid from
A. D. Hyde None but
first class work. Phone
89.
Ardmori to want ads are tho best.
Ardtnorel'o Want Ads are the bent
Your Money
In real ostato. I hero is no safer
investment on earth, in fact it is
the earth. Out a piece ol it.
Wo have on our lint soiuo of tho
host bargains that liavo been of
fered in Ardinoro.
Hero are some of thorn: .') hous. s
anil lots close In for 11, MOO. An
entire block eloso In on Main bt, ,
with :i good houses, and nil mod
em eonvenloneos. You will bo
surprised to Hud bow cheap this
property can bo hud. Some of tho
iiest business property on Main
rttroet at bargains.
city property and farm lands at
SMITH
DRUGGIST ....
9 W. Main St.
The
City Drug
Store
W. B. FRAME, Proprietor
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGIST
We tako particular pride in
our Prescription Department.
Will dispense exactly what
your physiciun orders. Ab
solutely no substitution prac
ticed. Graduate of Pharmacy in
charge. Wo solicit j our pa
tronage. t: x: tt n it it it it it it n n n
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PHONE 190.
FOR PROMPT
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OH. W. M. ANDERSON
VETERINARY SURGEON
Has moved to tho Dluo Front Barn
on Uroadway, whoro ho la prepared
to tako caro of all stock entrusted
! to his caro at a reasonable price
Office Phone 783 Residence 203
1
! BROWN i DRIDGMAN.
Funeral Director and Licensed
Embalmera.
f Largest lino ot Funeral
OooiU In Oklahoma.
The heeopd H'el In tho IJfo ot
Moses at Theatorium Friday and
I Saturday.
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