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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore, Monday, April 5, 1909.
iii 'i ..! and com pu that's tho thing for you i do. Dun t
' , r mo tmtt will prow unsatisfactory mn It In too late.
1.-.' t 'i tlui with you lH,"Wl in I get for my money"'
Dor t V (I-'IikM by ftioolh talk. Compare, oomiro and eom
I r ' C'omiMrc the Pianos yon a6 In thr towns with the I 'latum
.u in this tton. 11m bsrgsJMS w urm offering at this time
In i I Mi l new Pl.inos can not to pprolmati'd ein !i.'ti .
I . i.ir ou.olf. If yon mn't c.ill, write.
E. B- LUKE
V i 1 I) oi t ) Know that I sell
tnurt i t anil second IihiiiI
u ,1 . a I machines In slock. At
)tt ir a'ld ovethnul them. Homer
i iiohI I'll inr i is. ai-tr
WTKD To pasture your dry
t.icl I'-us itt CD ct'iita per
in. n'li cows and hons JI.Oil mr
intuitu i 'Mono , it iuhi win can dim
ot B'oek 3010
WTKD You to Know Unit 1 am
liu oiih cxclusho pressor and
it-am in i hi oily, work done
lroni'i lot' MeKnrlniie at tna
Mi. fit I'h ni I'sr. J:1!"."
NT1U To make ou farm loans.
Illicit action, no delay, reasonable
ate o( interest. O. I.. Chancellor,
ivir Dltz. . Dry floods Oo. lOtf
VkIuio'cI'o Want Ada Thro Linos
rco Times Threw Dimes. Try
II SALIC U a lurunln. liloek fit
n Hnrgrov Heights, good 0-rooin
wclhn:, barn, out buildings, city
atir, gus In front of door, .100
ii t fn i, f aiiii and blackberries.
! c ' li ba anco term If desired
II X l" m. phone r.5l. irj-lm
t Sl,l Old papers, rimhI to mo
idir c pit-i jiaiwr the walla of
mr iiMi in or inakv warm fir
ill a ito office.
sLl' i ii v samhimiiiu xllpa,
. i"i. . jo "St. London
II Murphy, l'honea
sl. ii-, 'eranluiua and
i t'i t ' i out at Shu
1 up Southweat
m ' i - for hatcblnit,
i. ! nid Rda It L.
' 1: white. li m
( l'R.MK-. 2r.00
. for $10,110 eiah;
'1 Mox :t:i 2t
iino on Sixth Ave-
i onaiatliiR of huae
i i :iHMhnan. 4-3
- " v i Ada re buay ll
1 v will gt you a
fi i ivihlng
work or family
ntle. Albert Solo-'
i plant. 50 critii
ii in Floral Com
1 ho Cold Storage
frleiwU to cmi-
their bualneaa. I
1 ' v,
ttmt 1 can Rive
r r rt 3 -M e. All nieata by
wl'l tii r - Kit eaah.
J. W. DAVIS.
i r ' if PUHB driuklun
)HK ICl 1 liiHT & POWRII
(let the most for
Mrs. Piano Buyer
M .ml- in ( in i l '-u any
thing Fact n-o wlnt mm w nr.
A It DM OK 10,
W1II3N' j.jii want an (instruct of tnko
o'f lo anything In Love Comity,
write win- or phono th Jordan
Company, the only up-to-dnto bond
I'd abstracters lo Iovo County
Heal l3sluU of nM UIiiiIh bought and
sold Koiits collected and looked
slier. Tlio Jordue ComNiny, Marl-
tin. Oklu. in
CITIUNSHIP KOLLS If your iiaino
has boon slrloke nun Uio rolls of
Hi five tribes, or you have other
lmsltw'St before th Interior depart
ini'iit, wrltn Immediately to William
W. Wright, registered attorney,
Washington I .ixi n and Trust Hid;.,
Washington, I). C.
Poit HUNT--On D street and Becond
Ave., X. W., itdf ft-room house,
watiT. llJitM, hnthn. Ono S-rooin
Iioiiku and two largo lialln. One 0
room Iioiihi'. All In goinl ordor. A.
I). Chnao. itt
K It It UNT 1 ly i irl v a t". f imi I lyT I m
lor liinlroom In modurii lioimo,
tliit'o ldoi'kK from poHtofflco. l'honc
Sl!5, tiotwuon 7 a. in. ami li p. m.
l-'Olt IIH.VT Now nuMorii IiuukiiIo
or Hvm room. 20, deolnihle locu
tion. O. M. Ut'illletd. ovi-r 1'. O.
KOIt ItKST One ot the boat homes
In Woat Ardmore, nunlfrn convonl
encea. .1. V. Shaekolford. l'lione
l"OU HMNT ri-room home, clone In,
new'.y papered throughout. U. K
I'URh. 211 1) St.. northwaat. 31-3
KOI l HUNT Nice cottajjo on C atreet,
1 1! block from Irroadwny. $17.50 pur
mouth. .1. II. SpraRlna. ll tf
KOIt HUNT Ntco uito orflcs room
Over Pltalor'a atnre. H. W. Hau
Want to nell your plnoe? Ailvor
tlae It through tho want nda.
MO.NICV TO LOAN On farm nt
loweat ratea and no delay what
over. Hitrwell ,t Dexter. 7-lm
liOt anyuiin? AdvortlM It In Tho
AnlnioreMe Want onluiunn.
LOST AND FOUND,
POl'N'D- Small allk watch fob.;
heart Hhapod locket with lndy''
pleturo, and a fraternal pin on'
fob. Owner can have aame by de-;
acrlbing property and paying forj
ad'ertlsliiK. Inquire Ardniorelte of
8TIlA3n OH 8TOI.EN Xlouae col-'
ored brown mam roached mane,1
alow ucor, 12 or 14 year old. laat I
hww March 4th. 1909. roaaonalile j
reward for information aa to her
whereabout. V. K. Frank. Homer '.
TAKKM l l'-Ono male hog. blaed
face, crop out of left ear. weight
about lot) pound. Owner cau have
aame by proving property and pay
ing for enre and this ail, Jnme It.
I)ST One laUi groea coat, be
twotn my ttomo ou C afreet, aouth
woat ami poatoft'leo. Itewanl to
finder. Mra. J. W. IIamld. J-3
FOUND A lad) a coat or Jacket
Owner can have aanu by deacrtb
Ing and pitying for ndvortlalns,
Huck Carrett. n-3
At T.' K. Kearuey'H Hanlworo
fitfhtS. t.kn. tli.mu't.i.l fll..a 1...
I........ ..... .,,,-r,
ngains' his nc-oin doors JSif
ORGANIZED LABOR IGNORED
BY INAUGURAL OFFICIALS
) a-liliii'-tiui pnl I iint.iiia
it Kill ll U'llH l lull I III i i'i'. It
I lias In i n w In -pi n il iiiniiiid that tlx'
' i'i ,iih1hIiiimI from whPli I'n mIii-iiI
1 I art i'ti-wd tin- IlliuiKiiral panultJ
I a , i oiiHtriH'ti-d by lion union labor.
Not a plnnk wum laid, II la aaacrtvd;
mil a null wiim driven in the entire
! iManilAinnd, by mii organlxil non ot
Tlx' Incident wna the aubjert of a
hi'iited ronfei-enee or the liiemlfera
or the Central lnbor Union at Tyno
Kiaplilcnl Temple Tuemtay nlRht, In
whiili the Toliaaco 'wan aprlnkleC
reciy oer the liomU of oltlclala la
i haw or the erection of the Inaugu
Thin liU'ldeiii recall another Iiihii
Kiiral Krlevanee whloh ornnnlr.id la
lior nnraeil. The pveni waa th .tat
litMtiKlirnf Ion of Tlieoilore ItiHMietell.
The lnlt.il Htntea Marino Hand,
whleli la reputed to be the ltet equip
ped and the moHt thoroughly i run til.
I'd intlltnry band In the world, wni
I Hcconli'd (he honor or tending; Die in-
aiiKiual paaeant. The .Marine Hand
Im not a union liaiiil. It la made up
of expert pioronalouul iiiiihIoIhiih, who
are under tlie employ of the govern
ment and draw excellent aalnrlea from
federal aoureea. Upon hcarlnn that
the Marine baud waa to march In tliu
parade, and at the head or the pa
Ki'ant. all the union handx xcheduled
to take pnit In the pnrade Immediate
Iv li I'UHi-d to Ket Into line.
The elder liiiirahal after u great deal
of liarraiiRiiliiR lliinlly ludured tlie
bimda to take part In the parnile. but
It waa under rlRoroua proleat mat
they did mo.
II waa not Ioiir after thla (hat the
Ainerlrnn lederatlon of Llcetmed Mu
hIcIhiih Kent a Miltlon and reaolutlon
to the IWatrlct or CoIiiuiIiIr Bovt-rn-iiu
nl ami to cotiKieaH. RFklnr. thnt iih
loim an the inetubera of the Mnrln
biiiid. Individually anil roller! Ively
are under contract to the ft Ited
Stntea Rovernment and drnwlim reR
ubr nnlnrtcH rrom the Rovommetit.
the band, aa a whole or in part, be
prohibited rmni playliiK at minuner
leaorta or other imblle entertain
meiita for monov. The )Mtlllon eri'nt
eil a little allr In miialenl rlrclea, nut
nothliiR waa doun about It.
Tl'irlne the aprlng everv one would
be benefited bv tnklng Folev'a Kldtiev
lleinedy. It fnrnlnhea a needed tonic
to the khlneva after the extra strnln
of w inter, and It purine the blood bv
stlmuliitlii" the kldueya, anil emialnk
them to ellmlnnte th Impurities from
It. Po'ev" Kldne-' Iteiiuilv Imparts
new life and vigor. I'leaaant to take.
Sold by a'l ilrugRtata.
McGulre's Red Automobile.
Wnnhlngton. April I ltepresenta
the McCuIre ban bought a big red
automobile which he N now learning
to run. and will aoon be Immine
nt the aaphatt of Washington.
Whether Mr. MoOuIre rnntoinplntea
taking hla inaehlne bnck to tho first
district and ualus It lo travel around
and make campaign xiieeeliea la
not known. He wants In find out how
the thing riina before be taken It out
and tela hla rntmtltuenta take n look
The board of county coiniulHlonera
are In aeaalon thia ntornooit In regu
lar quarterly meet lug. The account
o offlclala will bo audited na nlao
cvhtlina aRalnat the county.
Up Ucfor the Dnt.
N. It. Ilrown. an attorney, of Pitta
field. VI..-wrltox: "Wo Have uaed Dr.
King'a New l,tf, Pllla for yearn and
find them mich a Rood faml'y moj.
cine we wouldn't ho without thorn."
For Chltla. Couxtlnatlon. Hlliouaneaa
or Sick lleiuliielu thev work wondera,
'.'."m. Ardmore Phnrniacy.
Notlee of Primary 5teHlai,
Notice la hereby gl n tint en
Tnemlay, April flth, 1009. fher will
be hold In the City of AnlmoM. Ok
lahoma, a Primary Election for the
nomlnnllon of candldnte of all pill'
leal nartte. in all caaea woi. thu
proper notice have bei filed wPli
the County K.ectlon ISo.tr I.
The oainJtOatca to he no.oltitc'l ar
A Commlaalorvor from eaoh tH'anl
A itKtnber of Doard of Education
from oacli NVanl.
A member of rVwrd of FMueatloti at
The volla will be op.ni front rl.x
o'oloolt p.. m., to aeven o'clock p. m.
bii mu voting piaeea win be n
rreclnet No. 1. TAaptlat Church.
Precinct Xo. 2 McCharen's Store.
Precinct Xo. S.Manafleld's wnson
Precinct No. I Hall's Store.
Precinct No. 5 Chancellor1 Store.
Precinct No. 6 City Hall.
Precinct Xo. ".West's Store.
Precinct No. S W. P Davis.
Precinct No. 3 Wh1tt!nton Hotel.
COUNTY KLKCTION 110AHD.
of dtrtor County Oklahoma.
Head Ardmorolto want ads.
Setting of the Civil Docket.
Coiin Court, tv.irt'r County,
, stato of Oklahoma, April Term,
I lyoit. I. It. .Maaon, .ludfe.
j ll nttoineya lu civil caaea wilt
i pl' as., take notice thnt the cases
H. I ror trial, tjoRlnnlnR the day of
April 10th and succeeding days of
the week Mill be tahon up by tho
court upon the corresMMidliiR days
of the wetk IwrIiiiiIhk Aim It lith for
attornea will idea"- take notice
the i.4aioaltlon of nil motions and
ileiiium-rs preliminary to the trial
if said oasoM, exoept thnt the cases
sot for Saturday, xprll Jith, will
bo heard for all motions nd lUmur
1 -a upon Krlday, April 8th. and the
that they must projnre and pn'sont
thHr motions and d murrors durlnR
tho woek of April r.tn. and that no
motions ami dNmirivi will he lis
tened to during the wek of April
19th. but that all the tlmo of the
court mill bo fully taken up In the
trial of causes.
Monday, April 19th. 1Wa.
King .v. McKnnls in .1. T. Carter.
It .1. Jordan. Appealed from J. P. C.
Standard IMnklic Truit Co., vs.
floo. II. Walker Suit on note.
18. II. Lynn vs. .1 8. Alverson.
Appealed from,.!. P. C.
IMie Ardmoro NiUlonnl Hank vs.
Th, Ardmoro Wholesale. Orocery
Conipnny. Suit on note.
Tho Citizens National Hank vs.
I, L. Onlt. Suit on Note.
.1. S. Mullen vs. II. T. Ward, ct
a-!. Appealed from ,T. P. C.
Arthur Onrponter vs. .1. P. Cox.
Appeolinl from .1. P. C.
Ardmore Ijonn & Trust Company
vs. Dnnls Kltzgornld. Appealed fwm
.1. P. C.
S. A. Cillllnm vs. nulf Colorado .i
Santa IV Hy. Co. Suit for dnmanos.
W. A. Udwnrds vs. Jose Klrby.
Aliealed from J. P. Coiir'.
C. L. Itwo vs. It. O. Heynolds.
Appealed from J P. Court.
Tu-sdny, April 20th, 1909.
State of Oklhomn vs. Imls Tjiiu
tier, Henry Thompson. - Thonip
son. Complaint on fnrfelred Hondi
James Mol-aln vs. Hen M-ibley. Ap
p0ai.1l from J. P. Court.
O. T. Haley vs. V. D. Paiton. Suit
J. T. Young vs. Danllo Dodd. Suit
D. V. StiradlltiK vs. Ouy I'. Cobb
Suit on debt
K. K. West vs. D. W. Ashley
Transferred from dltrlct court.
K. L. Fuller vs. C. H. Smith, et al
I Transferred from district courL
Cnnibl Winston vs. Sam Noble,
Appealed from J. P. Court.
C. P. Hall vs. lid Cople. Appealed
from J P CourL ,
M. D. licit vs. J. II. kors. Ho
C. P. Hall vs. W II. Harris. Ap
ponlovl- from J. P. Court.
Wednesday, April 21st, 1909.
J. W. Colson vs. C. H. Smith. Suit
Ardmoro IhIro No. 9 vs. IC. W
Dawson. Suit for rent.
William Pago vs. A. C. Clawson
ot al. ApiMnliNl from J. P. Court
T. A. AHen vs. .1. H. Akers. Ap
ponied fnun .1 P. Court.
Hankers National Hunk vs. C. H. I
R- P. Hy. Co. Suit for damages
IliilRood vs. Frank Kendrlck. An
ponied from J. P. Court.
Ardmoro holosnlo Orocery Co,
vs. C. It. I. .0 P. Hy. Co. Appenlcd
from .1. P. Court.
Cubby Woniack vs. W. A HnnlliiR.
Kalis City Clothing Co.. vs. W. H
Scrlmshlro. E. V. Wolvorton, D. nan
kin. Suit on iieoount.
Mutual Trust Comoany s. It. J,
James. Suit for rent.
Farmer lmn Security Co. vs
J. X. Morgan. ApiveultfJi from J. P.
Thursday, April 22, 1909.
Th" Haltlmore MerninlJle Co. vs
' W. Isley. S. A. Cloudus. ,T. II.
Arnold. Suit on not.
First National Hank of HolT. Okla
homa. vs. 0. T. Hall, et nl. Suit for
Tho Farmer Loan & Security Co
vs. J. IJ. Moaslos. Hoplevin.
Anlmore National Dank vs. 13. A,
nnd C. A. Poarce Suit on notes.
Arylmotv National Hnnk vs. C. A.
Pearco. Suit on inortRogc.
I J. T. Coleman vs. II. M. Smith, ct
S. It. Cole vs. H L. Freeman, Knox
91mmoii. ApvealeI from J. P. Court
PiwenU PrlntliiR Co. vs. W. H.
Words to Freeze the Soul.
"tour son has consumption. Ills
case U hopeless " These appalling
words were smiken to fico. 13. Hlev
ens. a loading merchant of Spring
Held. 'V. C.. bv two expert doctors-
one ji lung specialist Then was shown
tho wonderful power of Dr. Kins' 1
New Dlscoverv. "After three weeks
use." write Mr. Hlevens. "he was us
over I would not take all the money
In tho world for what It did for niv
boy." Infallible for coughs and cold.'.
Its the safest, surest cure of desperate
Inns diseases on earth. 50c nnd $1 OA
Ardmore Phnrinncv. Ouaranteo satis
faction. Trial bottle free.
Let H.irtnltt clip your horse, at
Pride's stable ou Hroadway. 12-1 in
Illcakmore. ApKalea ironi J. P
II. M. Connon vs. C. T. Vernon.
Suit for accounting.
M. Wheeler vs. I). K C.iunby. At
1!. It. Poolo and J. S. Miller v.
Fanners limn & Security Co. vs.
J. fi. Watts. Suit on note.
J. X. MorRfln vs. Sam Smith. .p
Hateil from J. P. Court.
Friday, April 2-lrd, 1909.
J. S. MuHen vs. W. W. Williams.
Mult 011 Not.
A. J. Harris, gtturdlnn, vs. L. D.
Majors. Bull fir rent.
T. A. Hreashear va. C. W. Thomas.
Suit on unto.
Mark Klrttpatrlck vs. 11. L. w.t
phnl. Suit on contract.
C. A. Stevenson, Pig Iron & Coki
Comimiiy vs. Ardmoro Koun-'rv,
.Mils & HrldRe Works. Suit for dun
D. V. Clnrk va. II. T. I town. He
Truman Nelson Coleumn vs W. A.
Udwnrds, et al.
J. S. Mull wen vs. J. 11. Kclley. A
pealed from J. P. Court.
King McKnnta & llnwn vs. T. J.
Jordnn. Appealed from J. P. Court.
Saturday, April 24th, 1909.
Kd Allen vs. It. 13. Lee. t al.
Appenle-j from J. P. Court.
Win. Dtilaney vs. J. S. Mullen. Ap
pealed from J. P. Court.
K. II. Johnson vs II C. Homier.
The Ardmore Heotty Co. Suit for
forocloftune of Hen.
W. 11. I'niino vs. W. It. Ingrain
Suit on note.
Cook County Liquor Co. vs. H. II.
Ilrown and W. C. Kendall. Suit on
A. O. Kills vs. J. L. Nichols, et al.
Appealed from J. P. Conn.
O. S. Shields vs N. S. Thompson.
AplM-aled from .1. P. Court.
John llartwlck vs. Frank Smith.
Appealed from J. P. Court
John llartwlck vs. Frank Smith,
tprsaled rrom J. 1'. Coti'f
Dr. J. H. Smith vs. mibert Atilc.
Apiwili'd from J. 1. Court.
Tin Ai-.ltmaii & T.iv.,r Co.
i Uliert Johnson. Suit on note.
The Ardmorolto Is authorized to
announce James A. Cotner as a candi
date for mayor of tho city of Ard
moro subject to tho actlen of the dem
ocratic voters at tho primary election
The Ardmorolto Is authorized to
annoiinco C. M. Joiner as n, candldato
for mayor of the city ot Ardmoro on
tht Indoprndcnt ticket nt tho city elec
tion April 27.
The Ardmorclte Is authorized to
announce D. 11. Dawson as a candldato
for city commissioner from tho First
ward subject to tho notion of tho
democratic voters at tho primary Ap
'lo the People of Ardmore:
I. the undersigned, do hereby nn
nnunce myself as a candidate for
commissioner In the First ward.
JOHN HOFFMAN. Sit.
Th Ardmorclte is authorized to an
nounce 13. 13. Ciulllot n a candidate
for city commissioner from the First
Ward subject to the notion ot the
democratic voter tit the primary,
Tho Ardmorolto Is authorized to
announce W. H. I turn I tt as a candidate
for city commissioner from tho Sec-
owl ward subject to tho action of the
democratic votors at tho primary
election April C.
The Ardmoreito is authorized to
announce Chni. 13. Kraloy for city
commissioner from tho Second ward
subject to the action of the democrat
ic voters nt the primary April C.
rim Ardmorolto Is authorized to
announce T. O. Hrldgmnn us n candl
dato for city commissioner from the
Third ward subject to tho notion of
tho democratic votots, at tho primary
I hereby announce myself as iui
Independent ciiwlldiite for City Com
mUsioner from the Third ward.
The Ardmoreito Is authorized to
aunouues T. J. Joneg as a candldato
for city commissioner from tho Fourth
ward subject to tho action of tho
democratic voters at the primary
i no a ni morel to is authorized to
aimoiinco Cupt. W. F Whtttlngtoii
as a candldato for city commissioner
from tho Fourth ward, subject to
the notion of the democratic voters
nt the primary election April 0.
FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE.
Tho Ardmortito lg authorized to an-
iioiiiic0 A. II. Palmer as a candldato at
large for membership on the school
board subject to the action of the dnn-
ocratlc votes on tho Cth of April.
The World Is Divided
Into two classes - those who have saved, those who have
have spentthe THKlP'TY and the EX 1 HAVAGANT.
Wo want YOU to join the ranks of the THRIFTY and
open a savings acooimt with this bank
You will receive 1 per cent interest on your funds and
every courtesy and accommodation possible will be extended.
Our depositors are protected by the Depositors' fiuar
anty Fund of the Suite of Oklahoma.
THE FIRST STATE BANK
o ur Wireless
Message to You
Is that you take advantage at
your earliest opportunity to
deposit your money with
The Ardmore State Bank
It immediately begins earning
you good interest, and you are
guaranteed PERFECT secur
ity. We want your business!
L. P. ANDI3ILSON, Pres. MOHAN SCOTT. Vice-Pros.
C. L. ANDLHSON, Cashier. 13 D SANDLIN, Asst. Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital Paid In $60,000.00
Surplus Funds .165,000.00
The oldest bank in Indian Territory. Accounts of firms
and individuals solicited upon the most liberal terms
consistent with ood banking.
.1. A HIVI3NS, President.
A. II. PALM 13 It, Cashier.
The City National Bank
Surplus Funds 100,000.00
Accounts of firms and individuals solicited. Courteous
treatment accorded to all alike.
Notlct to Creditors.
To tho Creditors of Win. J. Chaudolu,
Tho creditors of the above named
decedont are hereby notified that tho
undersigned was, by the County Court
of Carter County, Oklahoma, appoint
ed Jas. 11. Karris administrator of the
vstato of said decedent, and that all
persons having claims against the
estate of said decedont are required
to exhibit them to said undersigned,
Jas. 11. Karris, executor with the neces
sary vouchors at the office of J. C.
Thompson, attorney, Ardmore, Carter
County, Oklahoma, within six months
from the dato of the first publication
of this notice, to-wlt: from the 2Sth
day of March, 1103.
Dated March 27th, 1909.
JAS. II. KARHIS.
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MONEY TO LOAN.
tJ Oodles of cheap money to it
11 Joan on farm property In any it
: sums, long or short time, any- ii
it iwhoro In Southern Oklahoma. ::
tt "WE CLOSI3 IXJANS IUOHT tt
t: If interested, call on or write ::
BOOKER &. ANDERTON, it
tt Aniinore. Okla. ::
r. nnington Sims nidg.
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That's tho name ot the bsat floui
old In ArdmarA.
Hellnmy Whlteley, tho plaao tuner
Is hero again for n few days. Leave
orders nt Gilmer Hotel. g.tf
DON LACY, Vice President.
O. II. WOLVI3KTON, Asst. Cashier.
Your Chance for Desirable
$4000 HOME WITH 15 ACRES,
FINE ORCHARD, BARN, ETC.
OTHER LANDS ADJOINING
THE CITY WILL BE SOLD
IN 10, 20 OR 30 ACRE
SOIL AND VERY DESIRABLE
FOR TRUCK FARMING.
SOME MAIN STREET BUS
INESS PROPERTY AND
CLOSE IN RESIDENCE PROP.
ALL FOR SALE VEHr REAS
ONABLE. W. A. Gilliam
Phones 610 or C6, Ardmore. Ok.
A $25 talking and
free with a $25 cash
purchase only at C.
P. Hall's store on
Caddo street. Get
tickets with each purchase.