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THE DAILY AROMOnCITK
Arrfmor, Sunday, January 30, 1t10
r I MIIS is the last week of our Cireat
A White Sale .and while it has been
a success in chvry respect we would sug
gest that you take advantage of the many
opportunities afforded you before it is too
late.
Our buvcr is now in the lLastern
nnrkets and each day's express brings
us the newest and smartest creations
that fancy can conceive.
Our Ready to Wear Department
is brimming full of elegant spring suits,
skirts, shirt waists, and one piece dresses,
tailored by the best New York garment
makers.
Our line of silks, woolen and linen
dress goods is one of the handsomest
ever shown in Oklahoma. Wc invite
your most critical inspection,
Table Linens 6? Napkins
e)V lllll icsllnn (.1
Napkins
M prices I hut aII' li.' i'tv inli icsiinn .i nil win ;n i' In need.
(ootl
'i run
Kittoii Napkins, (tit f inttcni, hemstitched, in.eii 50c
all I .Itioii Damask Napkins, a iloien $1.19
fine nil Much Datnutk Napkin In n lar inline of put-
cloth l i iimtrli if you like, nt a do. $2.08
an you ordinal l!y sen nt $G.(io a
(Hilt
gut
HH KIMllI
Our price, a
(irrman l.inon
ire soft mill
a value
douui . . .
(1117.011.
,.$3.98
NniikiiiH, Urge
nice, a iliii'ti
sue, the kiiul that will
wonr ami
$2.98
Table Linens
.i
yatil
lull bleached cotton DaiuauK, a
Cenniui l.liifii, all linen, a yard
All l.liion a.itln D.unink, a ynul
Moreericd l.lucn, a ynr.i
All l.lncn Table Damask, woll worth J 1.00 a yard;
.25c
.58c
,G3c
.50c
inch
ui Inch
Ti inch
iIO Inch
iZ Inch
our price 89c
72 inch all linen Irish Table D.iimwk, heavy weight, rluu lino of
,;Mt.triiH. Tho muiiic iiinllly sold nt $I.!ir. last year; our
price now, ft yard $1.00
KDIOIAVHIS Tho nanio' of a heavy Ronulnc Mmm that stands
the wear Wo m'll a .K Inch width at. a yard $1.00
Towels
i have Towels
that will Kill:
1 7x32 Hucknh.iok
'K'tt. Ilui-kdlmck
ol all kind and ri oh. I hi t these art) tho one
Towel,
Towel,
white oi
all rtllllf
led
border.
Clllni'l'll
8 l-3c
border 10c
NOTICE
ikx,:i
Ox.'lS
part linen Hu. k 'IWcl, .il r.u h . 12' 2c
Heavy Huckaback Towel l hrco fourths linen 15c
Heavy llm kalmiU Tici, tlnei fourth l.lnun 17c
lleiuj llurkalKiek I'owi I tlivee foin Hi Mnen 19s
.. O. FISHER. Mamuier
S
0
F
li SWDPE'S UVEB
HOUSEREPUBLONSI ANNOUNCEMENTS
n nun nJiiLLL
CHICACO CHEMISTS
TI AL REPORT AS
INO OF KANSAS
MAKE PAR.
TO POISON
CITY MAN.
MINORITY ATTEMPTS TO MAKE
POLITICAL. PLAY BY CHARGES
AGAINST HASKELL.
POISON IN NEPHEW'S LIVER ' MISMANAGEMENT OF FUNDS
Ml aimoniu cmt nt fees must be
paid in ndiance. There will ost j
t wly ho no deviation from this
I rule. !
j TOR STATE OFFICES, j
For Governor !
I Tin- Ardmorulte la authorized to an- i
nounce LIOH C'UUOi: nn a candidate
for Governor of Oklahoma, suhjee t to
the action of tho Democratic oturn at
1 the primary election to bo held Aug-
i tiMt 2. 1910.
Officers
Swope
Inij Report
Ists.
and Representatives of the
Heirs Arc Closely Guard-
of the Chicago Chem
Lester A. Harris, Representing Re
publicans of House, Flics Affidavit
Against Hnske'l, Smith, Hutching,
Anthony and Qellamy.
Kansas City. .Mo., Jan. 20. I'olnon
I'ai li.'iii found In tho or if aim of the
late Colonel Thomas II. Swopo and
Id- nephew, ChriMmnu Swope, and
upon thU finding tho heirs of tho
dead million. lire will demand an 111
MMlgatloti liy tho mate to ascertain
tin' cause of the doath Inst fall of
the two men. Thin definite state
iim nt was made today by a ropro
fiiit.itle nf the Swope oituto, fol
low Inn a partial report of tho elieiU
KtS ill Cill'.lgO.
The I'hemlstM, It hi Htatod, found
the polHoii In tho HvurK, not In
tin stomal ii. The exact cnuclllrtluu
ii n lied ! lar by the Chicago nhoin-i-ts
is IkIiik (lonely KUiirdud. Il Ik
lxli.-ed ili-j ate ntlll purmihiK tho
luvcwtlx.it Ion
Not Embalming Fluid.
ChlciKo, III., Jan. 2a. If traces
of iirsenle or Htryclinluo wore found
In the ornaiiH of tho lato Colonel
Swope ami IiIm nophow, ChrlHttnan
the wrro not Injected Into tin body
anil i.h a part of the ombalmliit;
lluld. The manufacturers of tho fluid
mated today that they lined neither
of thiMc indiums In compoumlltiK.
(ill tin le. Ok la Jan. 29. Charging
(lovernor llutkell md other Uto off i-
clali with vlolHtlou of the nttp count l
.utlcu and the iiw or the stnte In
the inmincr In which the public tuov
lis have been expLiidid, UfproHcn'ti
, tlvo Lester A. Harrisr represontltu
the republican minority, llled aflldtivl'-,
In the lower house today.
In general tho eli.irncs aualnst i-.e
governor are that he inlxiimimged the
public futilti In hU (ontrot, In .viio e
or In pait, and wilfully and detuned
ly autiiorlztd mUipproprlHtlon of ald
I fundrt.
The afllihu It jil eRc that (). T.
Smith, tho Kovonior'H law clerk, V.
IT. I Inching, a Muskogee lawyer, W.
I II. Anthony, tho Kovernor's private muc
t rotary and Lieutenant Governor
((JeofKe W. Bellamy are also ln ved
In tho alleKe.l Impii per i xpendltiiie.
COUNTY OFFICES.
( For Sheriff
1 The Ardtnorolte 1st authorized to
: announce V. H. LAXDUCM ns a
1 candldnto for Sheriff of Carter Conn
, ty, Atiiiouiicement Hubjeet to the
action of the democratic oters at
j the Kciieral primary election, August
! 2nd.
P. C. DINGS.
IreiJent
M. GORMAN.
Vict-l'reniJent
J. W. HANNAH.
CimnVr
Guaranty State Bank
Deposits Guaranteed
Four per cent in
terest paid on
time deposits.
The Ardniorelto In . tithcrlicd to an
nounce W. K. Mct-nmoro as a candi
date frr sheriff of Carter county. His
nniiouucuiiciit Is made mibjcct to tho
democratic wten in tho Htato primary
election August 2.
The Ardniorelto i authorized to
announce DICIC U1CNIGIIT iih a can
didate for Hherlff of Carter county.
Thla announeetuent U subject to the
action of the democratic voters nt the
Ksineral primary election, August i.
"or District Judge
The Ardtnorelte I authorized to an
nounce STIMAVHLL II. KUSSICLL as
a eamlldate for re-election to the office
of JmlKo of the lClKhth District. An
nouncement l( niado Hubjeet to tho
cholci- of the democratic voters In
the state prlmnry August J.
': WATERS OF SEINE
ARE NOW RECEDING
Cor County Judge
Tho Ardmorelto Is authorized to
announce J. It, CHAMPION ns a can
t'ulato for tho office of county Judge,
of Carter county. Ilia announcement
Is made subject to tho action of tho
democratic voters at tho stato prima
ry election August 2.
A Wretched Mistake
to i inlnre tho Itching, painful distress
of Piles. There's no ueul to. Listen:
"I suffered much from Piles," writes
I Will A. Marsh, of Slier City. N. C.
' "till I got a box of Irucklen's Arnlc )
I Salve, and was soon cured." IlurnR
I Hulls, Cleers. I-Vvor Soies. Kczenia.
Cuts, Chapped Hands. Chilblains, van
Ish before I". 2re at Ardmore Pharmacy.
iVATERS BEGAN FALLING YES
TERDAY MORNING AND CON.
i TINUED ALL DAY.
W. O. W.'s
Take notice January assessment. N'o
2:"J Is due on or before tho 1st of Feb
uary. In order to avoid suspension,
pleam pay tV clerk at W. S. Wolver
ton's office North Washington St.
Y. 11. LYNN, C. C.
JAS. It. IlltlTTON. Clerk lt 11
Paris, Jan. 20.-The waters of
the Seine, having reached an unpre
cedented height, causing groat lie
Jttuttlon, began to recetlo today.
Tho crest of the Hood was reached
at midnight, tho waters remained sta
tionary until 2 o'clock and then be
gan fa'llng slowly. This morning
'bore had been a drop of two Inches,
according to the fllclal statement Is
sued this afternoon.
For District Clerk
The Ardnioreite Is authorized to
announce CHKS. T. VBHNON, as a
candidate for re-election to tho office
of District Clerk. Announcement Is
made subject to the notion of the
(leniocratle voters nt tho stnto prl
niary election, AugUHt 2.
Ardmore State Bank
Ardmore, Oklahoma
CAPITAL $25,000
Deposits guaranteed. Fastest growing bank in
Oklahoma. A home hank owned hy home people.
Our Motfo; Safety, Courtesy and Promptness.
BANK OPENED JUNE 1, 1908.
Deposits, Individual, Juno 1, siS,o"ii.n:i
Deposits, Individual, July 1ft, S ir,,2rl.0:
Deposits, Individual, Sopt 23, $100 003 l'.l
Deposits, Individual, Nov. 1!7. $1 l,!)i57.rL'
Deposits, Individual, Feb. 5, $152,150.20
Deposits, Individual, April 28, $162,035.03
Deposits, Individual, June 23, $190,356.05
Total Deposits, September 1, $216,263.44
Total Deposits, Nov. 16, $3(H,567A7
Lots of nice fresh trout, salmon. '
herring, smelts and red snapper, jtint
out of the water, at The .City I-'l-di I
Market Photic :i.V. '
A.'dmorelte Want Arts are the lMMt
pred;ei? sic ufsciji
l'resh tomatoes, lettu-e, celery,
cabbage and onions at Tho City
ll li Maiket I'houe B59
PROTECTION FOR.
For County Superintendent of Edu
cation The Ardtnorelte is authorized to
announce OKOKOK W. COPRMAN
aa a candidate for County Superin
tendent of Public Instruction of
Caitcr county. His announcement Is
iur.de subject to the action of the
il? in ocr.it If voters t the state primal-
election August 2.
HELD BY BRIGANDS
D!
p i-ui
i "vi it v
s nt th.' . m nlng
K S HIVKNS
, VVILt TELL NCR OvVN
l, f URL MONDAY NIGHT
r,iCL'w W C T. U.
.V(, Sloiie, Mlui idu-
h,m.i .md heW mpilvt fur
I
d i'
i .
I
I
is. la's n-ijhirt ili'tty t i heal
s (wn 4r tf Hto- (!.ip
' r.. 11 .0 Stone
, i i'-a jitiu r li t. i 'stln;t
t 1 i- hii.i i. T-'i- i M'tol
at 7.a0 uVluck, at.d thi-iv
will wmo charge for adinlrt-loii, but a
freo will, offering will bo takon
JJrlug tho children, ami let Um
C MCLAMORL .-.NNOUNCES
FOR SHERIFF,
li.- Voteis nf Cuter ('oi.nl
hereby aniummt myself a i-.indi
tor tho office of Ri.eriff oi C n r.
i.i ty, subject to th.- itclloii u. t i.
i (-i.uk- Party. It' you should ! .
ui- to th (iffle,-, I a.-niire .Mm !.!
in - l.iv ttli; Im- riitiill) inforxil i:.-i
fur as it l in the iuwtr of tl., Sh. :
iff to enforce It. The ImwUckk' - n
Kttilllili r, the.omillon tough, and !. i
to se.-U
.1 field imUhle if the limits oi ait. i
C unity for tii. ii avicntliins 1 liep,
the MipiMil t Hie people of t In-
oai.- uti- i county, who Ino with fmur ni.u 1'ie
W. C. T. eiiforeen). lit oi I.. !w mid !i.t at
li'ii t th.- kiud of t lit- eouiniiinln
Very repeetfully.
W 15. McLVMOUP
,. , nod fit
ii iw paid
1 1) . the :tls.
i i l!ri idway
iM-nlng of
il ) h.lt(l
I
000
GLAVIS SAYS HE WAS INSTRUCT
ED TO DROP INVESTIGATION
OF McLACHLAN CHARGES.
TO APPEAL FROM
COURT'S VERDICT
GOVERNOR WILL APPEAL FROM
VERDICT OF LOWER COURT IN
ACQUITTING OFFICERS.
L. P. ANDKItSON, Pres. MOIUN SCOTT, Vico-Prcs.:
O. L. ANDKItSON, Cashier. KI) 8ANDLI.N, Asst. Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ardmore, Otila.
Capital Paid In $60,000.00
Surplus Funds .165,000.00
Total $225,000.00
The oldest bank in Indian Territory. Accounts of firms
and individuals solicited upon the most liberal terms
consistent with good banking.
Washington, I). C Jan. 21). Louis
. It. (ilavls continued his Uxulmony to
! day before the Joint Investigation
committee, which Is Inquiring into the
'Uallltiger Pinchot controversy. guilty
He de;laivl that among other 1 firoeo
things, Ua linger on ono occasion in
structcd him not to pursue tho Investl
gatlon wgalnst Representative .U
Liuh'an of California who held a claim
in the (ireeu group of coal !aml. In
Alaska.
Managua, Nicaragua, Jan. 21'. The
government will appeal from the ver
dict oi the lower court, finding the
iiibtnbers of the court martial not
of convl.tlng and sentencing
and Cannon, the two Amor!
who espoused the Insurgent
cans,
cause
Lots of nice fresh trout, salmon,
herring, smelts and red snapper, just
out of the wator. at The City Pl.th
Market. Phone 331).
ii
la sm
ciiumufilulim Coumi ei,.i.l ,j
, nut a common evt ry 1a nni,'i mu
, tote. It lit a uiei itoiloils r.niiily ue
j ail tin- troublesome and dangerous
j complication)! resulting from cold !n
the head, throat, chest or lungs. Sold
i by all dealers.
SILVERWARE COUPONS III EVERY SACK.
made at That Dutch Mill,
hutchinson kansepualled
nowhere else inthe united:
states. sold by.
THE ARCHCRE WHOLESALE
GROCERY COMPANY
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DO YOU LOVE ART?
You will be delighted with
,i ilslt to Mrs. Iladloy'! stu
dio with Mrs. Jordan, till A
street, nnrthuost, More than
twenty different kinds or art
work on exhibit, Sho has a
kiln and fires cii'n. at her
studio. Pupils learn rapidly
and are delighted with the
work. l.esMins are not expen
sive and it Is important that
the child have lessons In this
work. They e.irn more rap
Idly than older persons, al
though anyone can soon grasp
tlie wotk under the superior
methods of teaching used by
Mr, lladley. Monday-, Tues
day, Wednesday and Thtirs
da are d 'Wttl to the classes
in Ardnioiv, and Friday and
Saturday to Marietta. I'so tho
telephone or call.
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RACE FOB SHERIFF
DICK KIGNIGHT TELLS VOTERS
WHAT TO EXPECT OF HIM, IF
ELECTED.
J. A. UIVENS, President.
A. H. PALM ICR, Cuslilcr
DON LACY, V.ca President.
O H. WOLVKKTON, Aeet. Onuhler,
The City National Bah
Ardmore, OUlahoma.
Capital $100,000.00
Surplus Funds 100,000.00
Accounts of firms and individuals solicited. Courteous
treatment accorded to all alike.
of constable since tho last election,
the duties of tho effice will not be
new to nie. Hoylng to receive your
support In thi race, I beg to re
main. Yours truly,
DICK HIONI j'HT,
To the Voter of Carter County;
I hereby announce mydulf a a
an.'.ld.ite for the ofTKe of shuritf
of Cartu- county, subject to tho
.K-tion of the democratic primary,
August 2nd. I havo buen practically
tulfted In this lountry, and think I
Kii.. the niM-ds of tho people. If
elected I wlil lie the sheriff of all
Cat tec count ;,nd expect to enforce
tho lnws to the letter In all eases.
1 shall have no psts and expect
to give the citizenship of Cat tor
count a slum, conservative law en-tii-iug
administration or the ofllej
or .heill'i. Having filled the office
I-'or Indigestion and all stomach
troubles take Foley's Orlno Lnxa'Ive.
U Is tho natural leiucdy for Indiges
tion, dyspepsia, heartburn, bad breath,
sick headache, torpid liver, hllliu-m-ss
and habitual constipation, Pol
ey's Orlno Laxative 8w'" iis the
stomach and breath and tones up the
entire alimentary system. Sold by
all druggists.
When (lubbers Become Necessary
iin.l).' ir tm. - nth, hIi.iUu tuM)iuir ... -lAn' ii
fcuot-l'i-r, l'io n u0j.li(- umikr fur tli Ivct. Il
cut.-. i.i'! il,,. .i ., miiati.il.-, nr tim ffi t,n,l
Hil.. .iio tnu.;i.'m f corns mnt hiuii.iii,, .lu.t llio
tlnuiif .ri'iliiulMi kt tn', tliiicliy partin ami
f..t llr nU in .Ni'wtlnv. .Many .imiiIo cannot
winr In y Kk r .uifurtutny uiihnut iliak.
Inn .IU-u Pimm Kim Iniu tho hiK-. t-.ilJ evity
Hluri', Kuiiii J-LFK. Ailitrw., Alton S,
Lilm.U J, Lulloy, V iJn t a.-cf;. uny .uti.iuf.-.
Notice of Sale Under Execution.
Notice Is hereby glvon, that In
ptirsuauco of a writ of execution
issued out of tho Clerk's offlco or
the Dlstrtut Court of Carter Coun
ty, Stato of Oklahoma, on tho Stli
day of January, 1010, In an action
wherein C. C. Bishop and .1. II. Hy
burn wore plaintiffs nnd L. T. Coyle
was defendant, coininandlng mo to
levy upon property belonging to the
said L. T. Coyla aufflclpnt to satisfy
a Judgment rendered in Bald action
In favor of C. C. Bishop and .1. H.Uy
burn against said L. T. Coyle, for
the sum of One Hundred Dollars
($100.00) with eighteen nnd r.3-100
dollars (1S.&5) costs, and costs ac
cruing, with Interest on tho princi
pal sum at tho rate of per
cent per annum from tho day
of , 19 . I havo lev
ied upon all tho right, title nnd
Interest of tho said L. T. Coylo in
and to the following described lauds
nnd tenements by virtue of a dood
from Mitchell and Sarah Weston to
said L. T. Coyle, dated on tho fith
lay of Novombor, 1905, and duly
recorded in tho offlco of the Reg
ister of Deeds of Carter County, Ok
lahoma, In Book Vol. U0, on page
.15, not exempt from sale under tx
edition, for want of goods and chat-
I tels of the Mild L. T. Coyle, to
wit: 1314 or the NV4 or thu NWtf.
, and W4 of the NKV4 of tho W4,
, and NBV4 or the NU4 of tho NAV'i.
j See. B, Twp. II S., Hange 2 W con
taining ."0 acres;
' and have causul all the right, title
and Interest of the said I T. Coyle
i In said lands and tenements to be
i appraised according to law at
j ( now, therefore, notlco Is
herehy given that In pursuance of his
! coniuiands of said writ, I will offer
for sale and sell for cash to the
highest liidder all tho right, title
, and Interest of said L. T. Coylo in
, said lands nnd tenements, or so
much thereof as will satisfy the
Judgment nnd costs, on tho nth day
of March, 1910, at 10 o'clock a. in.
of said day nt thef ront door of
the court house In tho City of Ard-
' more, In said County nnd State.
Witness my hand on this tho 28th
! day of January, 1910.
J. H. AKIOILS, -Sheriff
of Carter County, Ok'n.
By FRED WILLIAMS, Deputy.
30-6-13-20-27

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