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Ardmore, Friday, February 15, 1907.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE,
The only form of food made
from wheat that is all nutri
ment is the soda cracker, and
yet the only soda cracker of
which this is really true is
The I only I soda cracker scientifically
M The only
J The only
$ In a
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
SALARIES FOR JUDGES.
Convention Fixes Pay of Members of
the Supreme Court.
Guthrie, Ok., Kub. 13. The conven
tion today fixed Hit' Riiprcmo Judges'
salaries nl ll.onO per year ami for dls
trlct Judges $3.(1110. but In each In
stance left It Ktitilect to change by
There win qulto a spirited contest
over these IteniH as the committor
report name $5,000 mill $3,500, re
spectively, nml the argument sup
vortlng the leport was that the state
wanted no one who was not tnlcnteil.
Judge McClnln, delegate fiom Pur
coll, gnve notlco of reconsidering the
vote by which the salaries woro fixed,
as the legislative nuthorlty was too
sweeping, anil the people could not
prevent an Increase being made to
$10,000 n year.
Tho olllco of chief Inspector mines,
oils and gas was created, tlie term
of olllce tli he four years and filled
hy olectlou. The ofllclal must )iao
had eight yearn' actual experience as
n practical miner and other qualiflca
lions to lie named by the legislature.
Tho legislature was Instructed to
create tho state Into mining districts
and provide for the appointment or
election of assistant Inspectors there
in. Hoys under 10 years of age and
women and girls shall not lm employ
ed underground In or about the op
eration ol mines. Kxcopt In cases of
emergency, eight hours constitutes n
day's work In all underground mines.
Tho convention refused It) provh'.n
that all coal mined In Oklahoma
hhouhl bo weighed before being
screened and that 2,000 pounds hhouhl
constitute a ton.
That provision of the mining re
liDrt which adopted the congressional
act of March 3, 1901, "An act for tho
protection of tho lives of minors In
the territories," waa deferred for the
vchedulo of the constitution.
Tho committee on Insurance today
recommended tho establishment of nn
Insurance department and tho ap
pointment of a commissioner by tho
governor. Companies being admitted
must agrco to comply with tho state's
regulations and pay an annual fco of
1 per cent on tho net premium re
ceipts. I Kennedy s Laxative uougu syrup.
I Safe and suro In Its nctlon; pleasant
to take. Conforms to National I'uro
Food and Drug Law. Sold by lloff-
'man Drug Co
LaSer ftatiitiri hnw that uc pr i'ie
higlict wago tn shoemaker in Si Louis
because v.c require lie- lift woikman
tl.ip there ii.
This means that we get our pick ol
tli- I-cm walkers and "e find that iht
best i the cheapest in the end
The roirliinrimi '! li'f fmcl wnrltmamhip with llie Meal i-Kirting
anil grading ol l-uil.i-r (made powble by our maLing av '
.hoc) liiMf.il i. I in our n.akini! more h. c .h.-, ih-n any other
House in the i i
In our ilrcsj (hot. from .r1 I
fnr.l frxtnrt. Ihf .31 111
workmanship ihc higliot fia
WE HAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN
soda cracker effectually
soda cracker ever fresh,
crisp and clean,
soda cracker good at all
moisture proof package.
EFFECT OF THE FOOD LAW.
Driving Many Worthless Catarrh
Medlolnes Out of Existence.
The Pure Food and Drug Law,
which went Into effect the Ural of
January, hag alieady shown the Kod
that will follow its enforcement.
Many worthiest! remodlc, that
have been adveitiBed for the cure of
entail h, . disease that Is universal
ly prevaL'n, have boon driven out
of existence by the I'uro Food Law.
The effect of this Is to Incroan'
the wile of remedies that are valua
ble and that fulfill the provisions of
the law. Hyomei, for example Is
meeting with a larger mile than ever
before, and the City Drug store Is
still selling It under a guarantee that
It will cure catarrh or tho money
will be refunded. Ilyomoi Is u scien
tific treatment that Is recommended
by the best physicians. It cut in ca
tarrh without stomach dosing,
through Inhaling medications that go
right to the affected spots.
Hy hieathlng lljomel throe or four
tltinti dally through the neat pocket
Inhaler that conies with every out
fit. Its medicated, healing air pone-
tratitt to the most remote parts of
tho nose, throat and lungs, soaiches
out and IiIIIh all catarrhal germs,
and soothes and heals any in Hat Ion
In the mucous membrane.
Tho complete Ilyomoi outfit cnstH
$1.00. extra bottles If needed, 50c,
and Is sold by City Drug store under
the guaranteo that It will cure or
Famous Ex-Dandlt Gets Farm.
Washington, Feb. ir. Frank James
once a member of tho famous James
gang of outlaw, and a brother of
Jesse James, Is among the successful
bidders for fnrms In the newly open
ed Klowa-Comancho reservation In
southwestern Oklahoma. James of
fered $2,777 fir a quarter section.
This ailment Is usually caused by
rheumatism of tho muscles and may
be cured by applying Chamberlain's
Pain Halm two or thrco times a day
and rubbing tho parts vigorously nt
each application. If this docs not af
ford relief, bind on a pleco of llanncl
slightly dampened with Pain Halm,
and quick lellcf Is almost suro to fol
low For salo by F. J. Hamsey, W. H.
Frame, Ardmoro Drug Co., Homier &
OO . . .llhn.tthp t atticr of ihC
i'lie I Uld belt luting sr.d the
Alii UiriLh iiujic mine ""JljT
'SENATE COMMITTEE ENGAGED
IN HEARING WITNESSES.
FORAKER CENTRAL FIGURE
Generally Delieved Soldlcrt Are Not
Telling All They Know of
Affair Foraker Has Lost
Friends by his Action.
Washington. Feb. 16. Around a
pollHhed mahogany table In the Mil
ale committee on military sITnlrs an
effori Is being made to obtain tho
facts or the Brownsville affair. The
sensatlonnl oxjioso of the Inside facts
of the occurrence, which wan prunils
ed. has not developed, thus far, al
though the Investigation has dragged
along nearly two weeks. Tho wit
nesses examined havo been, for the
most part, inembem of the companies
discharged from Ihu service of the
United Stales and their testimony
has thrown no light on the "shooting
up" of Hiownsvllle, Texas, lnt Aug
ust. ItespondlliR to the summons of the
commltie, about foity-llvo members
of the discharged compiinliH are In
Washington to give their testimony.
Thus fnr. less than a dozen of them
have submitted their uWdcnco. At
tho pesent into, the committee
with oidlnnry good luck, may he able
to submit a teport to the congress
when It convenm next December.
The committee, begins Its session
nt 10:30 a. in., umtlnucs until about
noon and then take n recetn until
'2:20 ii. m., and usually sits until ft
o'clock. Thus far Senator Warren
of Wyoming, chairman of the commit
tee, has given little tlnio to the Inves
tigation, having been engaged on
work connected with the nrmy appro
priation hill. In ills absence Sena
tor Scott of West Virginia, lias pre
sided over the Inquiry. While the
Investigation Is not a star chamber
uHalr, representatives of pious asso
ciations and Interested newspaper
correspondents being allowed to at
tend tho sessions, the general pub
lic Is excluded because of lack of
Senator Foraker of Ohio is easily
tho central llguro of the Inquiry. In
fnct, tho whole Investigation Is re
volving around him. He declared In
tho beginning that he proposed to
prove that there was no conspiracy
of sllenco on tho part of tho discharg
ed soldlcrst an dtliat, further, some
of tho pcoplo of Hrownsvllle "shot
up" their own town. He Insists Punt
tho soldiers of the Tweuty-flflh In
fantry had nothing lo do with the
Incident. If ho can prove either ono
of those assertions ho Willi have
dono much to right n serious wiong:
hut, thus fur, the evidence ho has
adduced at tho Inquiry has been of
very little mateilal assistance to him.
Not one of tho ditcharged men ex
amined thim far has evinced any
knowledge of tho shooting or has
admitted that ho knows of anybody
wlio has knowledge of It. Thoro
may be no "conspiracy of sllenco" on
tho nart of tho soldiers, hut thoro
certainly Is a notable lack of enlight
ening Information. About the only
point that lias been estahlWiod that
J could ho of advantage to tho ronton'
itlon of Senator Foraker Is that cart
rldgos for Springfield rlllos could
have been obtained by cltl.ens of
I-wnsvllle If they had wanted them.
I Whether they nctunlly woro ob
tained and whether they were used
jhnvo not been shown.
Members, of tho committee and
other mouibout of 'the of the hcnato
who have followed tho testimony
from day to day aro becoming con
vinced that tho soldiers, who Invo
npiveared as witnesses have not told
all they know about the Hrowinsvlllo
affair. Senators regard It a; Inci ed
ible that so ninny mon should havo
absolutely no knowledge of nn affray
as serious ns that, which happened
right under their note. It Is re
garded as concolvnblo that some of
them may not havo known oi tint
trouble, but not all of them know
nothing of It.
It has not bton dotormlued yet
whether a sub-commlttco of tho mill
tar affairs commlteo will m
Ilrownsvllle to take testimony or not.
That probably will depend upon Son
aioi Foraker. Ho Is a ahrowj and re
sourceful law or nnd may bo de
pended on to light the cafe to tho
last At iliia time, however, It Is
regarded that ho Is up against
'harj t i tu.iiion Anion): Ills rnllcn i
Kin In' o :t.iln' has lost, rather
ihnn galiud, (luring the
TRIBAL COAL COMPANY.
Information Reaches Guthrie That
Plan Will Not Be Adopted.
lluthrle. Ok. Feb. II.- In rot mat loll '
has leHcheil here that the bill or
ganlr.lim the Choctaw and Clilek.i
saws In one gigantic coal company,
wltli Provident Itooaevelt at Its head,
will not pima at the present session
or congress It Is prtqxK'd to place
under this company' control all the
mineral, oil and gas of ihe two na
tions, foi a period of tweiity-llu
The convention has moiilorlnliied
congress to the effect that the new
male might Ik? the purchase! of these
properties for the benefit of ll;i school
fund, nnd has been n sun red anything
It might say on tho subject would
bo accepted ns retlectliin the with of
tho people. The convention 1ms al
ready niilhorlied Ihe appointment of
a commission to InvtHtlgate tho coal
nnd asphalt lauds, with authority to
enter Into negotiations wttli the In
dians, bin not binding on the xut of
tho state until tho state government
nud legislature shall have ratified It.
The comiufsMlon Is to iooi I to the
Mr. Chambers of Atoka, chnlrmaii
of tho convention's committee, which
held the Inquiry as to the scope of
the now state's coal and iiiihalt de
posit, hi n strong advocate of state
purchase, providing a business piop
osltlou can be secured.
"There Is a strong sentiment fiom
Oklahoma Territory," unld Mr. Chain
bora, "favoiring gale of the v'lblle
school land, also a strong objection
Hint tho money he wasted b unpi edit
able Investments. If ft U the didro
of the pinplo to sell all or a pint Ion
of these school lands, 1 suggest that
the safest repitiltory for a pint of
this fund would he for the state to
buy tho segregated coal and asphalt
lands In Indian Territory, consisting
of lin.000 acres. It has been inti
mated hy a practical miner of long
expeilonce In the coal Melds that the
coal area, calculated upon the basis
of the present contracts of opeialois
with tho Choctaw and Chickasaw
Indians tS cents per tun), to ho
worth $7L'.000.000. Of coumo, this 1.1
only an estimate; no one knows Just
what those coal and asphalt deposits
ire worth; they might run consider
ably loss than this estimate, as It is
conceded that Hicro are vast dcposltH
of coal and veins too deep to be suc
cessfully worked at this time nnd
under present mining conditions, hut
in years to come mechanical nclenco
will overcome this obstacle.
"The affairs of the ChiKitaw and
Chickasaw tribes are being wound
up. They are going out of the busi
ness of holding property In common.
Thoy aro anxious to ssell these coal
and asphalt lands to the new Mate
for a public school fund. They, ns
well us tho other tribes, will partici
pate In the public school fund ns any
other citizens of the state. The reve-
nuo from tho operation of theso milieu
will amount to sovoral hundred thou
sand dollars annually and tho statu
can regulate tho output of tho mines
If It Is so doslred to meet the dc-
manilH of the piitillc schooli Hy
stnto ownership of the coal Holds and
a railway commission regulating
freight rntos, coal can be delivered to
the western part of tne state fiom
a third to ono-lialt cheaper tuau too
piesent cost per Ion.
"Tho iiMphalt deposits aie alono suf
ficient to pavo tho streets of all tho
cities of tho new stale for several
generations to come, "radically all
of the Choctaw and UniChiisuw Indi
ans havo taken their allotments of
land, amounting on an averago of 320
acre to tho houd, one-half of which
Is n homestead, Inalienable for the
period of twenty-ono years. Tho
gloat bulk of those homesteads ato
unimproved and If tho sale of those
coal and asphalt lauds are made, It
will menu approximately $1,000 to
each head, and could be used to great
advantago In Improving and stocking
THERE WITH FREE MINDS.
Frisco Mayor and School sDoard
Washington For Conference.
Washington, Feb. 1 1 Mayor
Schtnltz and tho school board of Rju
Francisco, who woro sumnioned hero
to discuss tho Jnpaueso school quos
Hon with President Hootevclt, urrlvod
this afternoon. Tho ilelegatron will be
received by tho president tomorrow.
Mayor Schmltz said:
"Wo havo como to Washington with
a free mind to dUcuss the school quo
Hon with tho president. No L'allfor-
nlnn Is willing to stand on any tech
nicality that will wtirk to the detri
ment of tho nation. Wo havi not ex
eluded .he Japanese children from thoAnjlcrsono president, Mr.. U
u schools of San Francluco, but Blnco
tin' tiro the Imard him found II tie
essnry to adopt segregation, not cx
elusion, In tho primary and Interim
illnto departments. The law of Call
fornla, makoa segregation dlsoivtloiin
ry with the school boards In the it
rloua town and cities.
"After Oie fire we found thai the
Japanese were crowding the white
children out of the schooU and the
only course was to take advantage
of the atate law and establish the nop
urate nchoiila. Thla was done. The
while children took the place of the
JnpHiiese In the white nchool and the
Orlentul schools were established for
the Japanee. Thatl a the whole story
In it nutshell."
When ashed as to l.tiw the JapantMo
clilhlieu could now be admitted to
the while schools of the delegation
agrees to make this concession which
the president will ask. Mayor Schmlts
"That would ! almple enough. We
would abolish he Oriental achtftils
and then tinder our law the enforce
llient of which, ns I have explained,
la left to the discretion of Ihe school
hoard, the Japanese would then he
entitled to admission to the white
Sunday school at U:30 a. in.; Su
perintendent. J. W. Hanks; Secretary,
Stella Hutcher; IJhrarlaii, John Huff
man, Jr. Hlghteon classes.
Junior Epworth League.
Junior League meets nt Hroadway
Methodist church every Sundav af
ternoon at 2: 15 o'clock, Piesldont,
Tho Kpworth League moots everj
Sunday afternoon nt I o'clock at the
Hroadway Methodist church; Presl
dent A. A. Hngwcll: 1st vice print
dent. Hubert Davis, 2nd vice presi
dent, Ilea Wulverlon. 3rd vice presi
dent, IMIa Davis; till vice pi evi
dent, John Freeman; Seerelar.v and
trenauier, Mnuile Nlsbett.
Presbyterian Mission Society.
Moets once a montii; President,
Mrs. S. S. Carr; Vice president. Mrs.
II. C. Potterf; Secretary and treas
urer, Mrs. J. It. Pennington.
Cumberland Presbyterian Aid.
Meets llrst and third Tuesdays of
each month with lla members; ProH
Idont, Mrs. IM Ilyrd; Vlco president,
Mrs. II. H. Pennington; Secretary
and treasurer, Mrs. II. C. Potterf.
Iyicated on A street, northwest;
services every Sunday morning nt 11
o'clock, and evening nt 7:30; mid
week prajer meotliiK ou Wednosdnj
evening at 7:30.
Pastor, Hov. S. 11. Holmes; Kldcrs
It. T. Dallas, 1. It. Host, O. il. Webb;
Deacons, A. C. Young, U H. Iivo,
Win. Dovlny, J. K. P. Campbell. J. M.
Sundny school at 9:30 every Sun
day morning; I. 11. Mason, superin
tendent. Droadw.iy Daptist.
Located on Hroadway, between
Washington nnd A street, northwest;
services every Sunday nt 11 a. in.,
prayer meeting ut 7:30 Wednesday
Pastor, Hov. W. McKlnnoy; Don
cons, D. H. Vernon, W. K. Hyan, J. N
ShlnhoUor. It. A. Wilson, M. M. Grif
fith, J. C. Proddy; Church clerk, C. It
Huchannn; Church treasurer, A. K.
HiiFlnoss session Wednesday night
after the first Sunday In each month.
Located on I) street, southwest;
services every Sunday morning nt 11
o'clock ami in tho evening at 7 -30;
Sunday school at 9:30 u. in.
Pastor, Hov. Ualos; Vestrymen, J.
W. Oollodge, Sr. Warden, C. O. Iliinn,
secretary, Chas. L. Anderson, A. O.
Kdwnrds, J. K. Humphrey, 'i .n. hod
nctt. Droadway Methodist.
Iicatcd, Corner of Hroadway nnd
11 street, northwest; services every
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, and OV'
cnlng at 7:30; mid-week prayer meet
linr every Wednesday ovcnln;i at
7:30: choir practice every Thursday
evening; business sessions first Tues
dnv night In eacS noutIL
Pastor, Hov. J. W. Sims; Stewards
W. S. Wolverton. J. W. Hanks, Mor
rls S.iss. P. P. Kearney. W. M. Owyn
n h. Cartor. Frank Frensloy. U. W.
Handol. Ilnn Webb, W. G. DItzler, W
Located. Corner Hroadway and C
street, nnrtwest: services every Sun
dnv morning at 11 o'clock, nvonlng
arrvlcoB at 7:30: prnyor mooting ev
ery Wednesday evening at 7:30; bu
Blncss sosslons are canon.
Pastor, Itov. C. C. Wolth; Kldors
David Hedlleld, W. I. Cruce, S. S
Carr, W. P. Duff, Mr. Dawson. C. Mc
(-.nv Trnnsuror. P. 1). Maxwell; Don
cons. Leo Cruco, L. P. Staplos, Frod
fnrr. C. II. Clomentc. A. C. Straeh
lev Trustees. Sam Noble, A. C,
Ci-uMt. n. M. Itedlleld. I. J Cruce.
Sunday school at 9:30 every Sun
day; V. I. Cruco, superinteiiueni.
Holy mass la read ovcry Sunday at
10 o'clock (with tho exception of tho
Bocond Sunday, when It Is read nt 5
o'clock), followed hy benediction with
tho Illossod Sacrnmont. Tho sermon Is
preached during Mass and after Holy
Mass, instructions in tiinsimu uto
Tho Altar Society mcotB ovcry first
Friday In tho month In tho Hcctory
at 3 p. m. Tuo olficcrs or tno Bocioty
nro Mrs. Perry, president: Mrs L. P.
JAMES J. WALLHAPP, Pastor
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKETS
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKETS, WHOLESALE FRUIT MARKET.
Choice, per box $1.35
Fancy, per box 1.50
.Ni. 1 Lady Washington!) itf
No. 1 Limns CHo
No. 1 Hlnckeyea G'.tC
No. 1 Pltika Ic
Standard bulk roasted coffees ..ltVi
Penherry 1 toasted 17 VJ
African Java 15
.Standard Stick 7V
Standnrd Mixed Tc
Schopp'B yta 25
Dunhnm'a 't ...iS
pound Oats $42)
Dr. Price's Celery Foul 2.S5
2 pound Onts . .1 2.75
Cream of Wheat 1.50
Pllhtburj'a Vltog 4.25
Standard, 2 thiz, per doz.
I-ong Horn's Wisconsin Full
Daisies Wisconsin Full Cream
Y. V. Peaches (sti'idard)
Y. F. Peaches (high giado)
W. II. Peaches tstandard)
W. II. PenchoB (high grade) ...
W. II. PeachoB (high grade)....
pound Kraut (high grade)....
pound Pumpkin (high grade).
3 pound Tomatoes (high grade) .
3 pound Tomatoes (standnrd) . . .
2 pound corn (high grade)....
pound corn (standard)
A noiind Vienna Sausagu 'JO
IHiuiul assorted moat 50
1 pound corned boot 1.35
V.'jz light weight Ii5
Columbia lllvcr (best) $2.20
Columbia nivor (standnrd) 1.75
Alaska Pinks 1.35
Alaska Ileds 1.50
Apricots (chotco) 15c
Currants, 48 12-oz 9ftc
10 pound palls 38
5 pound crates, per dozen $2.50
High Grado 12c
Dry Salt Kxtras
Ilacon Kxtras ll'.ic
Uolognn in oil per lb . 7lc
25 1 pound "He
Tennessee. Sorghum .32
Corn Syrup 'ii
Colorado Pearls 95
Onions 2 Mi
Rest Head d,c
Y C 5.00
Powdered and Cutloaf 7.00
Kansas, barrels $1.85
Michigan, barrels 2.00
Faultless, largo , $1.75
Faultless, small 2.50
Coffee not so firm ns It has boon.
Now York market declined this week
I alf n cent.
Sugar has taken nn upward turn nnd
dealers keeping good stocks on hand.
John C. Mulhey $
I Farming Lands
I Sec me for Bargains
I Office in Simi Building
The Dawson-Whitfield Fruit Co., Ard
Prices for week ending February 1,
Apples In Barrels,
Hen Davl jtff,
Wine 8bw 1,75
Roman ll.'HUtlos s.oo
Murtln Kails 5.g
Lady Pippins 5.00
Apples In Doxes.
Hen Davis ijjjj
Wine Saps 1.75'
llomnn Hoaiitloa l.Tt!
Ohio Hods US
Martin Hl 1.7B
Cal. Hellflower. fancy J.)0
Lemon. California $1.75
Orange, California, imvol. Gl, 80, !;,
5 box lot 2.M
150. 17li. 200, J50 2.75
5 Ihix hit 2.06
llnnntina, Port l.lmon, lb 3 12
Cokes, each US
Potatoes, Colorado, bu 90c
Onions, yellow-, Its 24c
Onions, red, II 2'n
Cninberrlea, hid $9.0u
Pennula, Vn. II. P. lb' 7t4c
PennulM iiKisted, III 09
Peanuts, shelled 7!4e
Pop corn, white rlco 314c
Figs, Cal., 50 l-2lh to cftso. . . .$2.00
Dales, bulk, II Of! 1-2
Dates, Walnula nnd Peenn atufl
ed; 21 lib boxes to case $1,50
Comb honey, Colo, fancy; SI lib- '
frames to cnto $3.50
Mnplo Sugar, lb 10
Almonds IS 1.2c
Chestnuts 15 1-2
Onion Sets, red nnd yellow, bbl. $7.25
On arrival of car
WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET.
(Quotations Furnished by the Empire
Tho wholesale produce market
seems lo bo holding well on nil classes
of produce except and for this class
a gonorully weaker tone prevails with
prices showing .a decline of 2 cents In
tho last few days.
Tho chicken markets seem to bo
stronger for nil classes of stuff except
for roosters and on this branch of tho
poultry trndo there Is hardly ever de
mand. Turkeys aro holding up well
In prlco and In fairly good demand,
with sonio call for gccic. Ducks al
ways llnd a ready sale with prices
quoted nt nominally steady figures.
Tho following uro tho quotations;
Fresh Kggs, per dozen ISc
llutter, averago country
Iluttcr, Packing stock 15c
Spring chickens, per doz $2.25
Hens, per pound
UuostorB, each W
Tom turkoyB, per pound 84o
Hen turkoyB, per pound 8V4o
Small turkeys, per pound 9o
Ducks, por pound 7
Geese, per pound tp
Cull poultry, half price
Hides. " '
Green, salt cured, per pound 9V4o
Green, por pound 8Vc
Dry, per pound 7 to 15c
Glue, per pound 4c
I hereby glvo notice that on tho
16th day of February, 1907, at Ahnw,
Indian Territory, by virtue of authori
ty given by a certain chattlo mortgage
given hy A. K. Sanders and J. H. Dan
iel to Jno. I). Robertson and also a
Judgment of tho court, I will sell tho
following described property for cash,
Ono grist mill, one gin outfit, con
sisting of gin house, gin stamln, boiler,
engine, shafting, pulleys, tools and any
and nil other tools and appliances
used in and about said gin.
Also 0110 Mtoro room 30xM fet In
size, ono vvnro room ltxll feet In
Blze. ono blacksmith shop 12x10 feet
In slxo, ono four room box house,
weathorhoarded, ono four room frame
hoiiBO, 2 head of cows branded ASK,
nnd ono second-hand Loudeuhouso
All tho nbovo described property
located about four miles south of
Cheek on what to known as the Dan .
Shlpmnn farm. 6-81
JNO. I). nOHKUTSON.
WANTED Clean rass at Ardmorelto