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Ardmore, Sunday, February 1, 1910
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
GOSSIP FM NATIONAL CAPITAL mm comet ,
ajrtmi. rb M - Imaaine t"
a of rinttlr's 1ui'
$f a aubatantlal majorl'v
Clara is np"kr aed ldt
hJ f Alabama tbe democratic
n inaurgcnt meet '5 I"
-..ndnatV la lh wrrldor ! - ..
i .ittL Um laanrewM
,VW, it haoptmucd! And
aa f to'd ram ata!'.' .t
, .M bp. Tom have been r .1 iff
political ma. Tewney of 3d In- J
. -ou la Mt. mana of
t, and the few member of 'lie
. 1 xUftd pat buacb that 6'.A aet
k aa muat their maJorKtoa o.j
.1- haad. Out it aervea you iellowa
ht. Tw bad amnle warning, too
owed aan- and Aldrlcb to thmt
. ery OH- of proareaal.' ' is
,', that enaae up. and the ptbll-.
onto ya at erery Jump in the
vl. Voa reviaed the tartft upward
- vn you promlaed to do just the
-Ke. Rut "ven then you r
aattafiad with the prodlrament
1 found youraelf In. Von ripped
.. iima by havlua I'rexident Tt
. are tan Aluri hd'ayneSmoot bill
. lie tho beat tariff uieaaare eer
1 ined Into law, whan aa a mat-
of fact een the A nwrleaa aoatnM
,.!drea knew the bill waa flllt-t
it h )oken orceivd lo rob the peo-
for the thieving auaar trust an I
t iir Urift Mnafldarle. H waa ab
Kttelr fx'Piain that h public would
n'k you over your political h .ada
the very firai opportunity And
Tha the rexulttr Rtvna hi- erl in
It. aa foMowa:
I fear, my frieotl of the .
mi yon do not apply the law of
use ami elTeol In the altualiou. The
i-fiiit of the reaulnr orxanlaatlm
a At tine to a few reformer mid
.itora who tailed tliemaelvea r
imiiliraiia. Iiu Were really .leuioorafa.
"retendlni; to be repulilleana, they
'iave learned all of the oraunlMitlon
m-itoU and then atatted In on a emu
,aiKii of hUhhllii; iiibtoHil oi fiKht
nii; the thliiK nt in etiueua aa they
-I1011I1I hnvo done ami ua they would
have dime hail they been n-piihllean
vvllh Hie Rood ot the party at heart.
Von fellow s in ted IIMe ilemo rata Iront
1 he alart. .Hid Uncle Joe called the
ight turn on ou when he called ,
,, cn.tH. Von menilon tli
mikiif Joker, ix.. you Know how much'
noney the auBar KM.ple , null United
o the campaign fund? If mi don't
you hadn't nuuht lo say u w rd. The
migiir Joker, my fiiend, aliil eery
. it )i r piece of liigiMlnllou ulHiut wlll'-li
mmi couiplaliieil, wan absolutely nee
HHHry to tiling in eamptiiKn iumlH. lly
malting Biicli u howl hut thew par
tlculiir I cut ii i en l the Urlff hill,
vou only illni'teil alleiitlou to the or
gauliiatliiu husineK.i nu-t IkmI-. with
'he result (hat republican otera de
.el leil us Ii) HiKluienta. 'l'he result
'if "iiii wretche,! pidlilca 1.4 that
Hie proHftil lioune lH ileuiocratle, and
I he next piofthleut is inUlily likely
be 1.1 the aauie lellicloii Khauie
'in the IiiaiirKi'iita!"
.lust then along eomei. "llni'le Joe,"
.slid Ii;is lieen defeated for ie-elec-j
inn, but has ihine( a tohb In
WaNliliigton lor (hi Hlumliinl Oil and
i he llipior people. The atand-pntter
ipponU to the old Kontlnniiiii wllh
he atogle, but the latter waves lilin
'ii one side. aa)iiiK thai )e bus
lilt his million ami has iherefoie
insumeil the cusioiiiar) 'iulill he
I'.'veli the lepiiblliaui. aie nol Hud'
lilg it Ho hard lo IIIIHKille the liext
noute ileiiHw rallc, eap dully when
i hey atop U consider -flrKt, the re
"iilt of the ri'ciiiit I'onareHhioiial olec
'.ou hi the SKUi .Mlammrl dlarfct.
heti n li'O per rent giiln wan made
o Dlt'liiiiaoii, the ilemocrail'' c.imll
date; aeeoad, the result ef the iiue
ink iiiMij.iiUlie Mtruw ballot, which
tioned 51 1 letHibllcitiiK approiiug J
mil 0,31:1 ivpiiMlcunn dUHpprotillg
M ;iititiul. ol Aldrivh I which waa
mpriHod by I'reaWeiit Tall) on the
:niff; nml third, the redti lug t the
'iialorUy of the reeubllcan aovernor I
' Maaaachuaetta, in an election In
miIcJi the new taritl law was the
- iaane, froiii 60.CMMI to S.Uoo it
ii'iuld not la- owrlo kcd that the
oters m the HKth .Mlmil district
-mi loi.mllated the Pavue-Aldrlch-
iiimil law ate .a the ,. resent time
ceeMiii; high iirl-ofc i r huiter and
ana, Kralu and HusiimI. and it wasj": u" ' "'"u ''''Kuc. Joint K.
Mis cI.ih. ol witer i the repulnl' ans i H",'"lul"1 '" '. eleeted president
tad enu.'lwl to flu. I ntlni,i.iJ,tlci1lli' x iw" !,M' " the aftillated
elll'niMlIK t .1 r 1 1 'l-klMlil 1 V .11.1
Ml llldl.-atlellM Hie llutl Plfkl-
dent Tafl oilHta (o be hlil own hue
cesstir. rostmasler Oeneriil Frank
Hitchcock is ateam rfdllns from ear
ly mornlnff to nlfihl, and every day
I ,. ;i .tl K IIUMi ho M
1 j i i - - T.if' n IV n i republican
I'liminl urn i iitlon Into federal p
whii., and keeping out wn wh
haw- the least taint of ItoovHilMn
l their inimical re orda. Another
. ld. i..r. of Mr. Tafia' espectatioa to
... j - a re-nomination la the r-
unM he la dlaplnylng oer the
Ohio .,itMtioa. He la hoMlnii ton-
fereci . altb Ohio politicians etmrr
day. 'rln to determine upon aome-
. abo might be able to beat
.oernT Harmon. What Mr Tan
fear is that in the erent of HArmo
b.iti re -elected irovernor, he mltbt
Im- oinpeHod to face a fellou-Ohloan
In the prudential raee, which
w.iu'l mean the loaa of Ohio u the
n-i'Ubllcana. In atl probability. Among
the Ohio imlltleiao whom the pre-
ldnt haa tailed to the white bona.
In ot4lenator Poraker. arbo wac
driven out of nubile life ty the pub- j
Ikatlon of lettera written while he j
waa a fnlted Statea aenator. by
the prealdent of iltandard Oil. One
aft. I a . i Ji 1 u . . ' , - ( HUSH tUl UUU Vi Ul iU'
or the lettera Indicated that a check m j. v,lble thla aprlan. btttici'y. and I am orry that we have , con. Ga.. who writes, "Wo have
for $10,000 waa endoaed. and that ,hat tn,, rl)mH recently aeen will lo MVe but circumstance compel used Electric Hitters In this instltu
a remain bill needed looking alter. tut. r,.tarl. ,. doe. not heVinir to'.,, ,n .!,. on for nine years. It has proved
1. 1. .u t.. . . j 1 . 1 . 1. . 1
nam I .111 Mllf Uie ;
tuwp for the republican In the ;
approacning camiMiRa. 1
, n..I.r,,1i,.. , ,w ,i '
u opportune to teat the ansl ,
t aimon sentiment of the Xew ng
5? em',!! Z XVXZ' ;
rial election to In- held In Masna-
busetu for the purpoae of filling
the vacancy caused by the death of I
Repreaenutlve William C. l,verinic, !
who waa an out-and-out iuauren 1
The republican conareaaional com
mittee la leavlna no alone unturned
to have Mr. Iver!uK'a pla-e filled
by a Cannon aynipRihlaer.
. Tin- WaahiiiKtoM Star, an ardent
Kupixirter of Caimonlain a Mrlch-
Ism, anya editorially that U repub
lican ahouhl by all nitnina permit
nn Inveatitratlon of the hlah coat of
lit In: and the relationship of the
tariff thereto. In order to "preparo
their reply for ua in the e.ugrea
ill na. eampulKn." In other words
H.-nator AldrUh has decided to per
mit an ImeatlKutlon In ortier to
I'ritilt hi a verdict to the efleOt
that the lncreaed cost of llvlna la
' " " -essive larnr rau-a.
'rh" ,," "rt'l",rl ' '' '"'"
""llntlo.r will bo i.,mI In the
'"Krobslon.il ea nlKua t, vlndleute
l'ane-.ldreh-SuHiot law And
president endorses the scheme.
POSTAL'S S R S.
Vh 'SI'ICCIAI. Itl'SII SKItVIOli,"
a very recent inoilern method ol t
fnellliatlmc the telemai usln-sa
has been in use by the I'OSTAI.'
a. in i
the first ! Hi"
method is atl Ictly a POSTAL Idea,
the reaulin of the "S il- -S nave
brought fi our attention ninny fn
vornble commentH from laigu tele
giuph patioiu. A few of tho fol
lowing limw are Iroiu variJtis uie
a Helled corruapomlmico:
"S -H- S marlta an epoph in faxt
It- tj aiirprlaea even the moat1 Arotlier feature of the Oklahoma
....atle." Iromention. Is the popular cost of the
The POSTAL teleaniph-Hhe faat -
iti service in the world."
" S It- uf ibe POSTAL will not
The set sloe uan lieeu aliuble to
pairoiu. In ftgurliiK on transactions
wheie ii was neetwaury to ut the
ti loKiiiph, the "tf-u 8" was found
t urpan coiupetltoi-M. nml even
t In otlu-i lellow who fulled lo take
autaiiluKe of the lai'llltle of an i
up-tiwlate telenruph system
The lO.STAI. U abbtilutely um an'1 K'v" "v,'ry milil,lt'ss mnn ''"'ami Interest ot the Mid I.. T. Coylo
I'.KI'iCNDIiNT telegraph system P!,l"r,unl,-V of registering In th- ecu- In said lands and tenements to bo
t .iii.noetcd wuh u'rtain alleged I """"" n"' ,i,curl"; " P!a nt ''" appraised according to lav at
inn uuiieeieu Willi (.ert.'lin Ullcrfi'i
iiieiaers. t'jinpllei, with all legisla
tive laws of th state and nrderi. cf
Comn.ihMionk, for instance in Okla
homa uniidle lo any of our sta
a ;eii word telegram for '.'
in-, ai it tranmi' tree the filinn
COAH'NUU TIIK SKUVIt.'i: WITH
OTIlKlt.S YOf Wild. NOT UK
IHSAI'POINTKD WITH Till; "S
rilK POSTAL TKI.rAIII.K Co
REDMOND AGAIN PRESIDENT,
,,p 'let'c'1 r National Directory of
' Unllrd Irlili Le.iuue.
Dublin. Feb 12. At the uituial
ol the National directory
br.iii.ii. s of Mn league wns announc
ed, whl h i taken to lndlcat.e the
awakening f iKipular sympathy In
favor of the Irish party, duo largely
to the restoration of home rule to
a leading po-iltion In British pol-Itlca.
UNIVERSITY AT NORMAN LO OKLAHOMA CITY LOSES CONVEN
CATES SKY WANDERER WITH TION THROUGH SELFISH BUSL
TELESCOPE VERY DIM NESS INTERESTS OF JOBBERS.
Norman OKI. fb. K'
rjr jg,.er. of the Oklahoma unlrerslty
tcieIK.. department, dlaeorered Hal-
fry, comet by meaas of a teleacojte
laat night. 1101. Meier tad flpired
imX wnw the cruet should
j-ated at this time and mode
areful aearch for )L
1. waa located about eight de-
grwi Bortbweet of Saturn and Its
,,oarton m aatronoMlca language. aale bou la wndeatorlag to ftaoi-
w rlcbt. aacenalon. 0 hours and iS'cllce the visltinr trade, to the ex-
mjnutt declination nenh elKht de-! rluaion of onuide exhibitor.
(r,.( MiJ lBro minutes. ThU u! -The ft.-hneK of the Oklahoma
tbt. nm tBt, comet baa been ! city jobbers appear to have killed
n rrona Oklahoma. the sooae that laid the widen tfgs."
..j, 0aiift waa very faint and nutd l'realdent M. C. Hale, of the 1
, gborl ul, ,,r, Vro, M!r. aasoclatlon after the c.uvwjtlon.
.t w(i pWr become visible1 -Their bus I lies methoda used durlns
lo ,n. naked eye about March 1. this mmKlni; were not auch as to
Af1tr ,hat ,t wln roM mncu brlKht- j tend for the beat interests of our
vr Mi mm rlalble durtna the ' acaociatlon so we deckled to move
mort.ii.. hour. n.Mvu.iMtt .m, rr run.-
... , Mrf.f urk two waieu I
,, 0la KjBj. iU
Coughs and Cold. At this wason wb-;n
cfrabBre i i.rslent. an oOtual rem.
ly,Mudiueailv obtained, wIVrry Davis'
j.I1(lu,r m,w tlo.trumvon JtJ .
l.v nn known bu-oiU. but Iim btoo.1 tho test
,.,,uucj wah it gruteiul roeoUucticius of ita
"THE WORLD FOR CHRIST.
Laymen'b Missionary Movement Con-'
ventlon and Banquet Feb. 15-17. I 1 orc' "siang, "na u. uu,
With the deturmlnatloa to execea K'k Cltv. Frederick If .iff of Anadarko
the utal regibtrntlon of Now Vork waa chosen as standing delegate to'
City's Uiymeii'H MUslonary Conven- ln national conventions. The con
tion whlih nacm-.i Il.OOO. the Oklaho-1 ventlon then adjourned,
ma State Convention com.f.lt-
Uea are determined to show tho en-
tlr,. world Hint the day of tho cowboy ' Take UWATIVK HllOMO Quinine i cA i,f.r .,,,1 ,nau j,ls cscaae. The t.e
.....i ik in.u,.,, iu f,,r nvi.r nmi 1 TiiWutn. DrugglstH refund money If , , , . . , ...
and the Indian is passed for eer ana faJls t(j K . GUOVK'S 8Ik- irt- :ift"r UI''B shot, was br night to
that 'Christian pwiple. In this common
wealth are alive and Interested In
world-wide missionary movements.
The ltti! committee is hearing from
all parta of the state, and the pros
pei ts are good for over l.OOo men at
the liMiuj'H't In the Auditorium of this
;t. on the oM'iilng night, February
l. w'th an o erf low baniUet at the
Chambe.' of Commerce.
' Should the total 1'cgUtnUlon ex
.red that of New Vork City it will do
ii4 much if mil moro to advertise the
State of Oklahoma to the world than
a1! our commercial enterprises and
ii'itiiral r sources." declared A. V
Snll. the State s-ivruy, when talk-
a. m.t the ,uj, at his office at
! '.(.,. mh..M i.niiaiu,.
from ,e regl.tralon and the reports
fioin every city and town In the Suite,
I we inav expect to even surpass the
New Vork City Convention. ,
"We have been busy holding uiaaa
n-eetlnus throughout the state, each
city tending speaker to adjacent and
mailer nlactts. Delegations, from a
carload to a tralnful are promised ' " "1ng uescr.neu mnus
from scores ,,f places, as the result""", tenements by virtue of a den!
of theM. enthusiastic ami largely at- Irom -Mitchell and Sarah Weston to
tended nii etlnns." snld L. T. Coyle. dated on tho 6ih
1 anlet. t ml) 50 cents will Ih eliarg-
ed. whereas in other cities the prl e
haa limited nil the way from 50 ceir." ''' nol exempt from salo under tx
to llO'i per plate 1 ccution, for want of goods nnd chat-
l.idb'H will hi' welcome at all jo.'- t te'.s of tho said I.. T. Coyle, to
Hlou of thin gatheilng and will be the wit:
Kueat of the convention, the galleries KVi of the NWU of the SW'Yt.
being reserve.1 for their social bo.v- and of the NK'.i of tho NWM,
fit. and NIOk. of tho NKU of the NWU.
I The laymen of Oklahoma City atal , See. 5. Twp 3 S., Range 2 W., con
; all large centers, are koIik to .an- talnlug 50 acres;
vie a the down town business section
With the hearty support of evevy
denomination of the state nnd with
t'.ie .oiubimd ,.ffort of tho hymen,
the piospoct for a great con.eutlon
l nidi I'd bright Speakers of world-
w.it" reputation are to bo In attend-
mice, and all deromlnatlonal rallies
during the contention.
S.ind iy. February 13. will b,, "iy.
men s Day," at which time profession-
nl and butdneaa men will speak at the
var ous churches upon this movement.
Mat y of the speakers will be noted
Jurists, lawyers, doctors and, business '
men, who have never "preached" be
fore Short fiTrin nifitreuaed u-tll K..
..i i .i . ...
; m. ni.. ,.ui me muiji-vl preNemeii in 1
i ,,., K.in..,s !
"We are in to win," declares Secre
tary sneJl, "and are winning the game
u'ready, thtough tho enthusiastlo ef.
forts of the entire laity of the state
of Oklahoma. Think of It! ThU wl'l
b the first great Interdenominational
parliament in our state, Indeed thla
present national campalcn repreaonta
the rulfc-ntloat similar movement of
.1, i;. yjie
-ibtli annual convention of the Ok-
lanoma ltetaH Hardware aa lle-
meet Dealt' asaortatloa vtn b
held at Muakosee. DtK1. a, I T. 1P10.
Awarding to statement made by
oSlcera of the a.ctatlo. the con-
ventlon wa lost to Oklahoma City,
entirelr throatch the alfih bstcs
aplrtt maolfesttti by the local whole-
iiui 1- ni f niiiL NJini. iiji iit'.VL. 1 mi.
, . , ,.50B,r . IIfc. Oklahoma
The election of officer then was
In order and M. C. Hale was prompt-
,. .i,,,! nreshient. Other ..rri-
; t,i.. vin,.
,, ... 1
realdent. 1. T Knson, of Marlow ;
. f. KU IIIICU M IUHU " & . vi-
rutary and treai-urer, Oeorgo Lar-,
of Oklahoma City. The terms ',
of office of the members of the ,
b ard of directors had expired and
their placea were filled by H. I.. Kng
land. Sterrttt: K. II. Munday. Mon-
''tl: A- Walter.. Wagoner; W.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
nature Is on each box. Tic.
Notice of Sale Under Execution.
Notice Is hereby given, thut in
pursuance of a writ of execution
i-isued out of the Clerk's office of
the District Court of Carter Coun-
ty. State of Oklahoma, on the Sth
day of January. 1110. In an action
i u herein P iiishnti .itil I H llv.
bum were plaintiffs and ! T. Coyle
win defendant, commanding me to
levy uiKtn property .belonging to the
Mild I.. T. Coyle sufficient to satisfy
a judgment rendered In said action
, J" f"VOr "f C' CiUll J
, 00.00) with eighteen and
('"nrs 1S &5 costs ac'
crulng. with Interest on tho prlncl-
pal sum at the rate of ier
cent per annum from the day
l,,a alt tho r'Kht' tlUo and
Interest of tho snld Ii. T. Coyle in
........ . .....
It' of Noiembor, 1905. and duly
recorded In tho office of the Iteg-
ltor of Deeds of Carter County. Ok -
lahoma, In Hook Vol. 30, on pago
and have caused all the right, title
$250.00. now, therefore, notice Is
hereby given that In pursuance of his
commands of said writ, I will offor
for lo and sell for cash to the
highest bidder nil tho riuht. title
,, interest of nald I. T. Coylo in'
. sal.i i.in.ia anJ tenements, or to
luch tneri.ot as w, 8atlary lho
'Judgment and costs, on the 5th day
of Marcl. ,910 . 10 Ovlock
()f day at the front door of
the court houso In the City of Ard-
more, In said County and State.
Witness my hand on this the 2Sth
day of January, 1910,
J. II. AKKItS,
Sheriff of Carter County, Ok'a.
lly KURD WII.MAMS, Deputy.
Took All Hla Monty.
Often all a man earns goes to
doctors or for medicines, to cure a
Stomach, Livor or Kidney trouble
that Dr. Klns'a Xw Ufo Pills would
quickly cure at slight coat. Best
for Dyspepsia, Indignation, Hllioua
neua. Constipation. Jaundice, Malaria
and DebfUty. I&c at Ardflaore Pbar
sent for wife
BUI itH mt
POLANDER SENT TRANSPORTA
TION TO OLD HOME GIRL PUR
LOINED IT AND CAME INSTEAD
Yoancton. Oiilo. Kel. U -Ji----f
t-cbootibern hat utterlv de. .in d lo
eonafder an imported itcr In law .is
wbrtltajtc for hi wfe. and little
Narla Na-abltonira. ag.d 20 is in
consequence In Jan.
Scboenborn nt traniiirt.-ttion to
hi wife in !oland to enable her to
Join hln his new hone His
amaiement wn.s great, therefore,
hen little Maria aiU'eared hi tho
tead of hU beloved Urenlsiaa
Immlpratlon lniertors found that
be had entered the c untry as Atrs.
Jeef Schoernbern. bound to join hor
husband, and the inspec tor who ar-
rted her bays he Innocently eon-
fed to imrlolnliiK n?r slater tl k-
ft. in a deblro to see the world She
If "'lnp held for dep nation
President Helos Orphans,
Hundreds of orphans have been
. ... ...
?, , Lin. !!,lieV l. l.n.
n ninsl excellent inellrlnn for Stom.
ach( Uver anJ K)jnt.y troubles. We
regard It as one of the best family
mwllclncs on earth.' It Invlcorates
nil vital organs, nurlflet tho Wood,
aius ingestion, creuies ap,'tMie. 10
,,...,..,,.. n1n, ,uim ,.,1,. thln.
weak children or rundown people
It "has no equ.'. Hest for female
complaint. On y 50c at Ardmoro
MAY BE LYNCHING.
Negro convict Escapes and Assaults a
Tampa, Fla.. Keu 12 Roland Glov j
er, a negro convict, escaped Iron 'V'
county convict farm this morniiu at
11 o'clock, wer.t to the lioino ol Mrs.
Mary Klliott, two miles aw;., npsauli
Tampa under heavy '--nam and in- 1
lence Is feared.
Al Iu (i:0Vcr had been .odwd '
In Jail and a strong guard was throv.-i I
arouml the building. It Is not believe 1
an effort will be made tonight to i
Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Land;
Notice Is hereby given that In
Pursuance to an nriler of sule U.
j huoiI out of the District Court of
Carter County, Oklahoma, on the 'JOth
,la' January. 1!10, In nn action
J. N Morgan was ,dal;,tiff
were defendants directed "to me. the
! .e& tt ?n"'
! Praise, ami bell the following dl
! J, "J"
All of block
(25) according to the official imp
, of the City of Ardmore, Oklahoma, j
I -'"' " JmjKment and decree f
and against said defendants obtained 1
and made In said Court on the 22nd .
day of May, Hio'.', for the um of
t'tt1.. n.1 ..statu ItAlll ...-I.V. I I
, - 'Vent 11 cr a I
, m8t fHhe I 22n!l day of May'
j.j n,u) osUs accruing; I w on i
the 23rd day of February. 11U0, ,
t the hour of S o'clock p. m of
' ai,01ml, offer for sale nud sell to
tho highest bidder for cash, tho
said property above described, or
ho much thereof as will satisfy said
Judgment with costs and Interest.
J. H. AICKHS.
n :t t: tx n tx :: t: ;:::
DO YOU LOVE ART?
Vou will be dellghtetl with
! W visit to Mrs. Hadley'H atu-
dio with .Mrs. Jordan, 119 A
J street, northwest, More than
twenty different kinds or art
M work on exhibit. She has a
;? kiln and fires cli'nr at her
tl studio. Pupils learn rapidly
d are delighted with the XX
" wrli. Lessons are not oicpoii
Hive and It Is Important that
the child have lesson8 In this
tl work. They learn moro ran
ts Idly than older jHsrsomi, al-
St though nnyono can soon grusp
tho work under tho superior
metlKxls of teaching used by
SS Mrs. Hadley. Monday. Tues- SSj
SS day, Wednesday and Thurs- IS
SS day arc devoted to the classes XX
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We take reat pleasure in nnnmincinir to our
patrons and the general public that we will have with
us for the following das only Feb. 14-15, an EXPERT
OPTICIAN, representing the celebrated firm of A. K.
IIAWKES CO , Atlanta, Ga., the largest and most
favorably known optical establishment in the South.
He will Test Eyesight and Fit Glasses
The doctor is a graduate! of one of the leading Ophthalmic
Colleges in the United States, is thoroughly conversant
with nil modern methods in refractive scienee, including
Hctinoscopy, Ophthalmology, etc , and ha; had long ex
perience in hi?, specialty.
That wu have arranged this engagement and secured tho
services? of a man of ability and reputation, and that we,
personally, guarantee his work.
All examinations are free, and only regular prices win
be charged for glasses.
You Can Save Money
and obtain the highest clas of professional service in this
line by taking advantage of this opportunity.
Bear in mind the dates, Feb. 14-15
The man who simply sits an' waits
Pur trade to come along,
Ain't worth the breath that it 'udtake
T' tell him, he is wrong
Fur business don't flow 'round this world
Pur every fool to up
You've got to put your sec-ers on
An' go an' hunt it up.
Yours for Business,
T. K. KEARNEY
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FREE TRIAL TREATMENT
I cure bath MEN and WOMEN at cenlagtous riiicharftt.
No Stricture. Both Internal and Injection. My mild, tooth
Ing traatmtnt quickly stops the loathsome discharge and
euros you to stay cured. I will prove It to you by, a FREE
TRIAL TREATMENT, In plain wrapper, that will net cost
you a cent. Strictly confidential. Send name, ago, aoi,
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I WANT YOU TO WIMTB ME TODAY StJKK. ADliUKSS.
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