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The Ardmoreite Is the Only Newspaper in Southern Oklahoma Receiving the Associated Press News Service
FARTHING BROTHERS FIRE ESCAPES built and ere. t od to conform with city and state laws, have un to il .' Joncs-Evcrclt Machine Co. Clothing rreiHi ilrj cleaned mill steam pressed. Only French dry cleaners in rii. Phono Illtio. VOLUME XVI ARDMOJIE, OKLAHOMA MONDAY UVKNIXC; KKIUU'AKV l'.s U)U) N UMB ICR 227 - t: i in .'.sc.. .v x 'n . o m HULL ARRAIGNED H PROSECUTOR REICFR MAKING A HARD FIGHT TO PREVENT BAIL BEING ALLOWED HIM. CONTINUED TILL JVTH Reiger Resisting All Effort to Have Bajl Fixed and Demands That H Ee Committed to Jail and Applica tions for Bail Denlod, Klrkxvlllf, Mo.. Feb. 28 Dr. Jame. U Hull of .Monroe City, who wax re-arrested Saturday on a see.nd warrant. barging Jiliu with the min der of Professor Vaughn, wa ar raigned before .lodge She'.ton this Morning mid after a lirlHk legal battle, in which Prosecutor Keller tesMol ill his effort!, ;.) haw ball ired, the hearing adj urncd until this af'i moon. Helper demanils that Hull be I'oniuilttcd to jail on t'u ParkerPrintingCo'sJradeMark sTANS loll I'A 1! 1 Hit, Tin: I'iiistki: Posit hely Prompt Peculiarly Perspicacious. Perfect Printing Ptmeifnllj Pleasinc Call and See Us. Old City Hall Building THE COIN ! ftMMlWMMMidlMIM In the future it will lie cash on uelier for nverjlliliitfwo sell. Wti pay the cash ntul will save you money if you trndu with us. Wo haudlo the best in moats und groceries. The Cash Market Hen C. Forbes. Prop. SATISFIED Kvti-. customer we haw .s satwUel custoiuei. We handle only 'he best In Meats and (Sro iirii) and always scud what yf i order. THY I S W. A. GILLIAM Phone CO E. Main St. Are YouLooking forthe Best If so we have it. Our line in complete, our equipment, the best. Everything clean and sanitary. We are at your command. Phone us your order. Cold Storage Market Phono 12 Phono fill Ramsey & Ramsey Farm and City Loans We inspect our own loans 200 W. Main St. Ardmorc, Oklfi. Buy YourKodaK Films at Webbs' Studio and use his Kodaks FREE The best in photographs, always at Webbs' Eight years n Ardmoro I MURDER k and at applications for ball 1 l mIimI. A a compromise thin af :.ii'ioii wait set fjr a further c . 1 1 ii i 1 1 at ton of the evidence. Friends of Mull are hopeful that "III In' ullowid to mike Iwmd is Mi Vaughn, wife (if the dead man. nrrr.ucd on a similar charge. admitted t; ball iu the sum of $:t..om. w. A. Sullivan and J. li. Stilker )f Monroe City, who were on Hulk first bond. nccomiwnted him here and say they are prepared lo put up $10fl,000 ca.ih bond for IPill. rasing 42 Indictment. Shawnee. Okie, Feb. 27. Forty-two Indictments charging violations of the prohibition law have been returned by the dbtrict court grand jury against J. W. Henderson, who Is now In Jail, ills bond was fixed at $1,200 In each case but he 1ms been unable to execute It for that amount. Hlghty indictments In nil hae been return) .1 by the '.rand jury. The muly lias adjourned until Tuesday that the county attortic may draw up all th" indictment'). It may adjourn Tues- 'ny. Good Things to Eat Fish Oysters VYesh niea's of all kinds Kosher meats California fruits Everything fresh n d clean. Prompt doli.Piy J. A. CL ARICS Mt'ur Fi$h and Oy$ur Parlor Phono (SIM. SEE ME For bargains in tho Wheeler Oil nistrlct, ArbucUio Mining District mid Wushltn Valley lands. I buy direct from tho allottee Miiich saves tiic pur chaser a nice margin B. S. CURTIS Oflleo Sims Pciinini;ton Hid;;. Olllco Phone fill, lies. Phono 85(i ltud. Money and Land Money loaned on land at 8 per cent iu'ei est, payable annually. W)i pay strict attention lo all applications for loans and ;'t the money without delay. We have purchasers lor farms, who will buy, also liavo lands for sale. Let us know your wants. LEDBETTER & WIMBERLY Hlcdsoe Illdf;. Phone (ill) Farm Loans I Burwell & Dexter arc making farm loans, as heretofore without any delay. They inspect all lands and pay cash down. Office over Guaranty State Bank. FRANK HUNT Phono (II W. Mnin St. Notice All prices quoted on circular subject to change. No worry nbout high prices when you do your grocery buy ing here. ' XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX MANY REASONS. i liiere are many reasons why you should, use Crown Hrand ioods. The main reason Is xx :: xx "TilKY AUK KKTTKK." A home product, lie sure to ask for the Crown Ilrand. CROWN BOTTLING & MFG. WORKS. Morgan J. Hays, Prop, and Mgr. xx XI XX XX XX Xt tttXK XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX S TWELVE OODIES ALREADY RE COVERED BY THE HUNDRED3 OF RESCUERS NOW WORKING. L. Slide One Mile Long and Thirty Feet Deep Occurred on Mountain Side Near Walla Walla, Washington Many Buildings Swept Away. Walla Walla, Wash.. Feb. 28. Five hundred rescuers have taken out twelve dead bod ten, while twenty-five men. women and children hare been taken alive from the slide that oc curred at Mace last night. It Is known that one hundred additional are dead. The slide Is one mile long- and Unity feet deep. With scarcely a dividing line per ceptible, the towns of Illttck Hear, Mace and lJurke form a lou,; string of houses for six miles. Mnce has n pop ulation of ion, all with few exceptions, storekeepers and school teachers In tlie employe of the mine. Three box cars, containing llfty section men In the employe of the Northern Pacific railroad, were stand- ! Ing on a side truck, when the slide I occurred. All of theso men are sup I posed to have lost their lives. Fif teen houses have boon swept nway, I according to the latest Information. Another Slide Today. ' Spokane, Wntdi.. Feb. 2S. Early this mornln another allde rushed down on the town of lluike. crushing scores of houres under thousands of tors of earth nnd snow. Sixteen iload have been found at burke. How many are stll' burled can only be Kuessed. Thirty-live Italians. sle plus In an outfit car. won- swept away. They UFed their tools to illu themselves out. All but oil)' of these have been ni "minted for. SENATE PASSES THE WHITE SLAVE BILL OKLAHOMA SENATE ADOPTS HOUSE BILL PROVIDING PEN. ALTY FOR "WHITE SLAVER." Guthrie, Oka., Feb. 2.s-The senate today d the house "white slave" bill, providing for penalty of twen ty years' Imprisonment for any per- son guilty of pandering, procuring j r in ail way engaging lu the 'white slave" traffic. ST, LOUIS BANKER El RUFUS J. LACKLAND WAS PRES. IDENT OF BOATSMEN BANK NINETY YEARS OLD. St. Louis, Mil., Fen. Itufus .1 I.iicidaud, president of the Hoatsni'-n Tank, dli d here today Lf pneumonia. He was lib years of ago. He was one of the buxt known bankers n Mis souri. Come to the big booster meeting in the court house tonight. When in Need Of anything kept in a dry yoods store, a grocery store, a hardware store or when you need anything try J. Matt Moore & Son Phone 242 HUNDRED ED LANDSLIDE I WEATHER FORECAST. Now Orleans l..i Feb. The weather fMccut tor Oklahoma f r tonight i in criMMitm cloudlne ami whiiii er. Tuesday unsettled and )d)ler In the northwest. :: :: t: :: i it , XX i 55, xx :: PRESSMEN VOTING TODAY. In Election For International Offi cersMay Rc-e'ect Borry. ChtraKO, Fill. 2S. MeUlbels .f the locals of the Pr -linen's I'nloii tliioiiKhoiH the rountr are oiIiir t day in an ele Hon fur International officers. President George I Berry H opfMised by former President Mar tin 1 HlRirins 'and by Michael Rol phcr of St. Paul. It is likely that President Horry will be re-elected, as under his administration harmony in the ranks of the pressmen has bieii restored and the organisation Is stronger thin ever bef ie. Peter Ootids of New York Is oji poseil for vice preslileiit by Frank It Wllku of Mllwnuk))', fonuerly a vice president anil ornnnlzer. Mich ael Flannery of CIiU'iiro will have John .Mines of New York nsjulnst him In tne contest for seroml vice presldrut, and Clayton A. I'eiise of CIiUiiko will have A. H. Kreltler ai an opponent. Secretary Patrick Mc-1 Mullen of Olnclnnntl will have to get more votes than ('. U. Crowley If he Is returned u his present of - fire. -'" CCEAN BALLOON TRIP. Cncoclnn a Landing P aee Is Confl- dent of Succt8. New York. Feb. 27.- If Carl l.eps or Hamburg can tind a proper p.ac In the iK'lghlKir!i-'(;v?V a li!W.: landing he Intends to sail In a big dir igible fiom Oermany In April. With eight motors generating l.Oiiu horsepower, ho will make the trip In three days, he say. He plans to have nine pausenxers with him, al though the airship would easily carry' ten times as many. l.eps did not brliiK the airship with him. lie merely came to select n land. lug place and will return to Germany shortly. Ho declares that the airship will In a short time take tho place of all trans-Atlantic steamships as passenger carriers and he thinks that the blK Hnors may bo kopt on duty for the purpose of transporting freight. Come to the IiIk hooker meeting at thi court h.iuse tonight. x :: :t t: j Purcell, Okla., Fel. 17. Tecuuis h INDIANS WIRE SENATOR OWEN, j ,(art!(,s are planning to build liiterur- I bans to Sulphur, Chit kasha, Guthrie Gcronimo'e Bard Hse Confidence In , ,, .Mugfcogci'. The tlrst two of th Owen Urge Passage of Bill. I abovo lm,nt0ned lines ought to Inter Fnrt Sill. Okla.. Feb. 27 Fourteen , ust xlrtilst llH Wtb proper effort we of the leading Apache Indians, held , boll(;V0 wo ,.,,, m.iuce them to bring cu the military reservation here as j tholr c)lcka3ha lines past Purcell and leiunant of Gcronlmo'a band, tonight wl-cd Senator Kobt. I.. Owen at Wash ington, approving the senate bill pro- 1 vidlug lor tribesmen's froedom and allotment and urging Its passage. ; Senator Owen, himself an Indian, la ; chnmploulnic the cause of the Apaches. 1 With Geronlmo dead. Indians believe the bill will pass. If liberated they will bn given ill- h.tmcuts north and east of the mili tia y r servntlon. Come to the big booster meeting ,.' Mi)- cour' h nise tonight AL RICE "Knows How to Shoe a Horse" Best equipped shop in Southern Oklahoma for all kinds of Blacksmith work. Figure with us on anything iu our line. One of our specialties: Heavy wagons built to order. AL M. RICE 19 Broadway ARDMORE, OKLA. WILL ARREST THE T NEW JERSEY PROSECUTOR PRC PARINO PAPERS FOR ARREST OF THE MEAT PACKERS. HAND THEM TO THE SHERIFF New Jerssy Sheriff Will Immediately I'lnee the Men, in His Jurisdiction. Under Arrast. New York. X. Y.. Feb. Capim for tho arrest of the ludl -ted n.i it packers and summons for the -l t'i dieted meat corporations. erc nl-i ed today 'by Prosecutor (lai wn. tio will hanil them over to the sheriff for execution. The sheriff will rind nut at once whn the Indicted men are In his Jurlsillc tlou. AT COURT HOUSE TONIGHT. Big Uooster Meeting to Cinch New Hotel Proposition. the ( J There Is to be raised on a small 1 sum to complete the proposed sum to secure the new hotel. Persons who heretofore have hesitated to j help lu the matter on account f ! lieruonal reasotis have entered Into I the work heartily and there will be some surprises at the meeting to- j night. Thij mass meeting will be similar to those he'd when 50.0un a ruiiL'd easily I :. Jertaln put poces and Anlmoie Is a better town today than It was then. It ha-) at this time more booster:) to th" siiuare Inch, It has more money on tie posit, It has more wide awake citizens and the small amount to hi- subscrib ed to the new hotel fund should be ralsnl right off the bat. To every Ar l tiioii; citizen a peculiar Interest will UBt.h , thIg mt.,,tll(;. stiangers In I tho clty who conteiuplute Investlni; here are urged to be at the mect!n and measure the enterprise of the city by tin' enthusiasm of this meet Intf. Ardmoro ism be depended upon to do the right thin at the right time and tho proper results will accrue from the meeting tonight. Planning for Interurbans, start their Sulphur line hen', which would certainly mean much to Purcell. Acquitted of Murder Charge. Duncan, Okla., Fob. 27.- W. II Povv. ers, charged with murdering Ilobert darrctt at Hastings, two mouths ago, has been acquitted of the crime. The defense proved that Barrett Irul threatened to kill Powers. Harrc' had killed a brother of Powers miir Hastings about a year ago. Come to the big booster mc-tlng at the court hous tonight RUST IN W 1 ' Hi mm Now Just Listen! On February lfath we announced that the lots in the beautiful Waicotl Addition Had been advanced to $400.00 per pair. Wc did not then know that the Confederate Home would be located on this property, nor that all city improvements would be extended across the addition. "We raised the price because the lots were worth the raise. Now to show our appreciation of the kind encouragement ex tended us by the citizens of Ardmorc. we pro pose to still give the people of this city a brief opportunity to buy at the old price of $300.00 per pair.'dn Our Extremely easy terms. Ifyou want them, get busy, as this opportunity will only be extended for a very few days. WE MEAN JUST WHAT WE SAY. Walter A. Evans & Co. OVIOR THE CITY NATIONAL BANK Tornado Season IN NOW ON- IS YOUR PROPERTY INSURED AGAINST LOSS BY STORMS? If not. NOW IS THE TIME to let us fix you up a policy J. C. King FARM LOANS $500,000.00 of life insurance money to loan at 8 per cent annual interest. No broKerajje to pay. I-'rivilegc to pay off and stop interest. Large loans handled as well as small. Prompt service. City Loans on desirable improved property. Wanted, to buy some desirable farm lands. A list of your for sale, trade or exchange property solicited. See me before placing your business. O. L. CHANCELLOR Office phono HI, Hes. phone 322. TELEPHONE NO. 190 Will bring you the nicest and best closed carriages in Ardmorc. We have two bran new carriages, good teams and do our own driving. We give all calls prompt atten tion. Try us and be convinced that our service is prompt. We make calls anywhere, any time, night or day CHANCELLOR BROS. & Company Office Handol HUlg., over Dltzler Dry Goods Co.