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Ardmor) Tuesday, M,f 31, 1910
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
THE WEEKLY SCRAMBl.C.
Jry social news my wito In won
And fashions reign In her atieetlou,
An- ho she makes un early run
Kur what they vail the woman's
.My daughter's iimmmIihi fur th
Is shown in ways tho most emphatic,
And so she llshes for the page
Wherein they tioat of things
SlXirt Is till! l-relltost tllllll? III llfii
.My son declares In manner solemn,'
And with the Hunting spirit rife
III dashes lor tbo Hlifirtlnt- minimi i
Tho baby's always out fur tun
(For even babes have Inclinations),
And of the family he's the one
Who looks for i-omle Illustrations.
.My maiden aunt Is sure to choose
lPo never known her tastos to
Tho columns with the book reviews
And Items that are literary.
The happenings across the sea
(iraudfather's Intel est ciuugcs,
And so he rushes eagerly
To gather In the foreign pages.
And 1? 1 have to wait all day
For some part of my favorite Journal.
It seems that 1 have naught to say;
They laugh at mo with glee Infernal
Ah! week by week, as sure as fate.
Each one performs a grubbing caper
And I am forced to contemplate
The scramble for the .Sunday paper!
New York Sun.
Ladies of the Leaf.
The I, idles of the l-af observed, an
nual day on yesterday afternoon with
.Mrs, John Dexter
Tis often said
to make. a sale.
Its just as
Let no such
vail, to wean
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AT 222 MAIN ST.,
AND SEE THE BAKING NOW GOING ON WITH
l Calumet Baking Powder
THE POWDER YOU ARE BOUND TO HAVE UNIFORM
BREAD, CAKE OR BISCUIT, AS WELL AS PURE WHOLE
SOME FOOD. IT IS RECOMMENDED BY THE LEADING
PHYSICIANS AND CHEMISTS IN THE UNITED STATES, AS
PERFECTLY PURE IN FOOD. IT WAS GRANTED THE HIGH
EST AWARD AT THE WORLD'S PURE FOOD EXPOSITION,
AND COMPLIES WITH ALL PURE FOOD LAWS, BOTH
STATE AND NATIONAL. , .jjfa - 'VTi
MRS. E. C. SIPLE, A TEACHER IN THE CULINARY ART,
WILL HAVE CHARGE OF THE COOKING SCHOOL, ASSISTED
BY MISS KATE CHAMBERLAIN, A LADY THAT HAS YEARS
OF EXPERIENCE. THESE LADIES WILL BE GLAD TO
TEACH THE BAKING OF ALL KINDS OF CAKES AND NOV
CLTIE8. WVVVVV1 s
EIGHT YOUNG LADIES ARE WITH THE COMPANY AND
EVERY AFTERNOON FROM 2 TO 5:30 O'CLOCK THEY WILL
GIVE DEMONSTRATIONS AT 222 WEST MAIN ST.
NOW UNDERSTAND THAT EVERYTHING IS FREE AND
NO CHARGES WILL BE MADE. COME AND SEE US.
H. A. SPENCER, Mgr.
MARY GWYNN WHITEMAN
Tim officers gave In their reports
which wow followed liy tho Inntallu.
tlon of now officers.
.Mrs. Pottorf after much persuasion
i-otifiontcil to become irc'sMiiit. In a
short talk to tho club inenilmrM. she
'recommended that some civic work bo
,loll 110X1 J'c-ar.
A new sot of Shakespeare was pie
dra-'M'n,' ll" Carnegie llhrary.
Mrs. Dexter sorvol refreshments of
I sherbet and calie.
.Mrs. (iarnett Johnson will lie bus.
' Th" .Music ami Program Committees
i of the I idles of the Leaf are meeting
this week and preparing the pro.
trains for the year book.
.Miss Mary (Jwyiiii of (Jnlnesvllle,
Texas, Is visiting her cousin, .Mrs.
i W. ,M. (iwyn returned yesterday
, from Gainesville, Texas.
I Mrs. llertba llasbam and children of
I.awton and .Mrs. J. K. Anderson and
daughter. Miss Josephine, are visiting
.Mrs. A. K. Adams ror a few days.
They are en route to Denver, where
they will spend the summer.
.Master James Duff of Oklahoma
City Is visiting .Mrs A. K. Adams.
Lion Fondles a Child.
In Pittsburg a savage lion fondled
the hand that a child thrust Into his
cage. Danger to a child Is sometimes
great when least regarded. Often It
comes through Colds, Croup, and
Whooping Cough. They slay thousands
that Dr. King'u Now Discovery could
have saved. "A few doses cured our
baby of a very bad case of croup,"
writes .Mrs. Oeorgo II. Davis, of Flat
Rock, N. C. "We always give It to
him when he takes cold. Us a wonder
ful medicine for babies." Host for
Coughs, Colds, I.ndrlppe, Asthmn,
He mmorhages, Weak Lungs, 50c.
$l.(i(). Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by Ardmore Pharmacy.
It takes a eharmlng young widow
to generate an expression of Indigna
tion and surprise when she receives
un unexpected kiss.
I We offer One Hundred Dollars Re,
w-ard for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J, CHUNKY & CO,, Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, have known
1 F. .1. Cheney for the past fifteen years
ami believe him perfectly honorable
In all business transactions and Ilium
I dally able to carry out any obligation
made by his firm.
Waldlng. Klnnan Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern
: ally, acting directly upon tho blood
i mill mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents
I Take Hall's Family 1411s for con
By CAROLYN WELL.
1909, by J. D.
Van Norman, an
stabbed to death
evo of her wedding by her fiancee,
Schuyler Carleton. Itobt Fossen
den, the best man and an amateur
detective seeks to unravel the mys
tery with the aid of Fleming Stone,
a professional sleuth, wh discov
ers the murderer entered through
the flroplare and droped a en
CHAPTER XXV (Continued)
.Mr. Taylor, the landlord of iM.v
pleton Inn. showed a pleased sur
prise when 'Fleming Stone walked
into his hotel and approached his
desk. The men had neer met, but
ever) body In Mapleton knew that
Fleming Stone was In town, and
had heard tepeated and accurate de
scriptions of his appearance.
"Perhaps you can spare half an
hour for a smoke and a ohat," said
Stone affably, and though .Mr. Tay
lor heartily agreed, he did not eon
fess that he could easily have spared
half a day or more had the great
detective iisked It.
In the landlord's private office
they sat down for a smoke and soon
the conversation, without effort drift
ed ar." uiul to the Van Norman affair.
Fnllko detectives of fiction. Klein
Ing Stone 'Was by no menus secret
ive or close mouthed. Indeed, .he
was dlscourslve, and .Mr. Taylor
marvelled that such a great man
should Indulge in such trivial gos
sip. They talked of old Richard Van
Norman ami the earliest days of the
Van Norman family.
"You've lived here n long time,
then?" inquired .Mr. Stone.
"Yes, sir. 'Hoy and man, I've lived
here nigh onto sixty years."
"Hut this flue modern hotel of
jours is not as old as that?"
The landlord's face glowed with
pride. "Right you are, sir. Some
few years ago 'wife had some money
left her, and we built the old pliier
ever prety near made at wholi
house out of It."
"You have many guests."
"Well, not as many as I'd
but as many as I can expect
lltle town like this. Mostly
stents, of course; drummers
men of that sort. Young Willard
stayed here; when the Van Norman
house was full of company, ibut af
ter the the trouble he went back
there to stay."
"Affable sort of a man. Wlllaid,
Isn't he'.'" observed Stone.
"Yes, he's all that, 'but he's a
scapegrace, lie used to lead this
town a dance when lie lived here."
"How long since he lived here"'"
For Benefit of Women who
Suffer from Female Ills
Minneapolis. Minn." I was n great
BUll'erer from female troubles which
eaiiseu a wcumicss
mill broken down
condition of the
system. I rml no
1). I'iiikliain'h T -g-etable
hail done for tther
suffering women I
felt miie it would
help inc. and I must
say it did help me ,
pains all bit inc. I ,
grew .stronger.aml within three mouths
1 was a perfectly well woman.
"1 want t Itls leUer made public to
show the benellt woniej may aUu-ivv
from I.ydin K. I'lnklmt Mt'egeTCilo
Compound " Mrs. .Imi.s aMoi.tv.
21 IS Second M., .Nortk, Mimicu"!oiia,
Thousands of unsolicited and genu
ine testimonials like the tibovu piavo
the iilllcleuev of 1. villa K. link ha ill's
Vegetable Compound, which is madu
exclusively from roots and herbs.
Women who sutler from those dis.
tressing ills peculiar to tbeii sex should
not lose sight of thein fact sr Uk.bt
the ability of Iid'a K. l'lnkliiiiu'H
Vegetable Compound lo restore their
If you want special luivlt."-write
to Mrs. I'inUliain, nl li.vnn, Muss,
She, will treat. nuclei tornssliictly
eoiiliileiitlal. For liO imii-.h she
lias lieen helping hlisk women in
this way. free of ulmrgo. Dua't
hesitate write at oucc.
MOTHER CRAY'S ,
s.Mtaomrh TrnuMra, Trrlhlna
MoroP"i m irriiri?
Tri1Mt.. In 9 1 AC nil Druil. 14af.
Don't ICCtCt Ntmplo mtllxl KUKK AiMma,
m, .ubititute. A, S. OLMSTED, L Her, ,
"Oh, he's only been away a mat-1
ter of three years r that 'ltotit t
a year lioforo his uncle died they
quurrelled They both had the devil's
wn temper, and they quarrelled be
fore, but this time It was for keeps
and so off goes iMr. Tom and never
turns up ngnlu until he comes to
"Yes, he had a good position in a
"Yes, he had a god isisitlou In a
Mg factory as engineer. He was n
good worker, Tom was, and not afraid
of anything. Always Jolly and good
natured, except when he'd have one
of them fearful fits of temper then
ho was like a raging lion- no, im.ro
like a tiger; qulet-ilke, but deep ami
Soon after Fleming Stone rose to
go. "Thank ytu, wry much." he
said politely, "for your half-hour.
And. by the way, haw you any
eachous? I find 1 haven't any with
me, and after smoking, you know,
before going back to the ladles "
"Yes. yes, I know; but I don't
happen t have uu. Hut wait a
minute. I hcltcw Tripp has some."
He threw open the dour and gave
a quick whistle.
A boy appeared so suddenly that
he could not have been far away,
and, moreover, his sharp black eyes
ami alert manner betokened the type
of 'boy who would be apt to be
Ills baud 'was already In his pecket
when .Mr. Taylor said to liliu, "Tripp,
didn't I see you have a small bot
tle of eachous? tliMfe little silver
pellet.st joii know.'
"Yeshlr." and Tripp drew forth n
"That's tight. Glw them to the
"Oh, I only want a couple." said
Fleming Stone, taking the vial which
Tripp thrust townrd him. "Where
did you get those, my boy?"
The boy blushed mid looked down,
twisting his fingers in embanass
mem. "Speak up, Tripp " said the land
lord riternly. "Annwor the gentle
man and see that .yon tel the
"I ain't going to tell no lie," said
Tripp doggedly. "I found this here
bcttle in tlie bureau drawer or mini
her fourten a few days ago."
"Fourteen? That's the room .Mr
Willard had," said Mr. Taylor re
llectlvely. "Yessir, but he didn't leave them
there. They weie there before. I
seen 'em and I kri"w that hatchet
faced hardware man left 'em; then'
Mr. Willard he cone, ami he didn't
swipe 'em, so 1 did. That ain't no
harm, Is It?"
iXot a bit,' said Fleming Slime
'since you've told the truth about
It. and hero's a tbilar for youi
honesty. And I'm going to ask you
not to say anything about tho mat
ter, for a few das at least. And
I am iiMo going to sk to be ul-
lowed totaKe u I ok at room number i
"Certainly, sir. Tripp, show thu
gentleman up," and Mr. Taylor fair
ly rubbed Ids hands with satlsfn ,ii '
to think that lie and his promises
were being made use of by the great'
"Yessir. It's at the the back of the 1
bouse, sir This way. sir."
Mr. Stone's survey or the room j
was exceedingly brief? He gavu ,
o!c glance arciiml ami looked out
ol' the only window it contained
tried the key in the lock, and 1
then expressed himself satisfied. j
Tripp, disappointed at the ipilekly ,
finished performance, elaborately. 1
pointed out the exact spot whore j
he had found the caelum bottle, but j
Mr. St ne did not seein greatly in I
Ilnwcter. th interview was finan
cially successful to Tripp, and after
Mr Stone's departure ho turned sev
erul handsprings h way of exprim
Flng his satisfaction .
After dinner that evening the
gioup of the night before assembled
' in the library.
A strange feeling of oppression
seemed to hang or all. The very
lact thai Fleming Stone had as yet
said nothing of any discoveries he
might have made, and the continued
courtesy of his pleasant affable tie
meaning seemed to imply that he had
I succeeded rather than failed lu his
Although genial ami cjulc-kly re
, sponslve, he was. after all, un In
scrutable man. and Mr. Fairbanks,
for one. had learned that his gentle
cordiality ften hid deep thoughts
In a quickly working mind.
Without preamble, ns soon as they
were seated Mr Stone began,
"Employed by Coroner Uunson, 1
was asked to come here to discover.
If might the murderer of Miss
Madeleine Van Nornmn. lly some .
unmistakable evidence Which t have j
found, 'by oitie relln'ble witnesses
Willi whom I have talked, nnd by
some proofs which 1 have tlisco ,
ered, I ' have learned 'beyond all
doubt who Is the criminal and how i
the deed wns done. Is It the wish I
of nil piesent t hat I should make'
known what I have discovered, or Is i
It preferred that I should tell Cor j
oner Pennon alone?" i
For several minutes nobody sxUi i
and then the coroner said, "1'nlessj
anyone present tates an objection,
you may pn eeod to tell us what ;
you ktnivt here ami now, Mr. Stone"
After waiting a moment longer,
nnd hearing no objection raised, j
Fleming Stone proceeded
"The man who murdered Miss Van
NorniRii entered the house through a
collar window. He climbed up!
thiough the ash-chute in the draw
ing room fireplace."
Although some -f Mr. Stone's lien
or hud listened to this revelation
In the morning, the others had not
hoard II, and eety face expressed
titter astonishment, if not unbelief
with the exception of one. Tom Wll
Innl turned white and stnretl at
Fleming Stone as if he understood.
"What?" he mild hoarsely.
As If he had "not heard the lut
ruptlon, Fleming Stone went on.
"Who that man was. I think I
need not tell you. Is he net already
telling ou himself?"
(To be continued)
An Ideal Husband
is patient, even with a nagging wfe,
for he know'H she needs held. She may
be so nervous and run-down In hoiHh
that trifles annoy her. If she Is melan
choly, excitable, troubled with Io?b of
appetite, headache, sleeplessness, con
stipation or fainting ami dizzy spells,
she needs Fleet rlc Hitters the most
wonderful remedy for ailing w.nne l
Thousands of sufferers from fen.a'o
troubles, nervous troubles, b.iok.iche
and weak kidneys have used them and
become healthy ami happy. Try them.
Only r.Oe. Sa. infliction guaranteed by
Notice Is hereby given, that In
pursuance of an order of sale Issued
out of the District Court of Carter
County, Oklahoma, ui the 2Mh day of
May, mm, lu an action wherein .1.
N. Morgan was plaintiff ami .1. M
Shelton and Mlssle Wyly Shellon.
were defendants, dlrcetcd to mo, the
uiiilemlgiied sheriff of Carter Coun
ty, commanding me to levy iimiii, ap
praise and sell the following de
scribed property, towit: Iits One
(I) ami Sl (0) In ltlock One Hun-
jtlroil Twenty-elght (U'S), In the City
of Ardiucre, Oklahoma, to satisfy a
i Judgment and decree of foreclosure
In favor of Mid plaintiff ami against
said defendants obtained and made
I. li .1... .,. .i .. e
III Mlltl IOIIIl 1 111 lilt.' ..Mil Oily Ol
February, 1!M0, for tho sum of
$l.l..S.!ir,. and costs $in.:', with In
terest thereon at 10 per cent from
the 'Ji'th day of February, lt10, nud
ii nt h accruing; I will on tlx 2."th
day of .lime, at 2 o'clock p. m., of
said day, at the front door of the
Court House hi the City of Ardmore,
In said County and State, olTcr for
sale and sell to the highest bidder
lor cash, the said property iilxive
described, or so much thereof as
will satisfy srl
interest and costs.
Witney my baud this the tilth
of .May. l'.UO.
.1, II. AKHRS,
Sheriff of Carter County,
lly Fit HI I WILLIAMS, Deputy.
Ilrown A.- Shellon, Attorneys for
Notice to Creditors,
To the Creditors of T. .1. Jones,
The crcdlto-s of the above named
decedent are hereby notified that the
umlersigueil was. by the County Court
of Carter County, Oklahoma, appoint
ed administratrix of the estate of
said decedent, and that all persons
having claims against the estate nf
said decedent an- required to exhib
it them to said undersigned adminis
tratrix with the necessary voucher,
at the law office of Moore & Bass,
her attorneys, at Ardinore, Okla..
within six months from the date of
the first publication of this notice.
MARY J. JONi;s.
Happiness may lie relative, but the
relatives of a man's wife are not nee
essary to lis happiness,
KTi I I " 1 I
fl The only tugh-chu
H Btliog I'owdtf sold at
Hl modeitle price.
1 Cent an Ounce
Buys the Best in Baking
tiakitii; powder th.it li evenlv in xeil not too tuueh sod.i
here anil iwt enough phosplmlu thutu.
1( you'll follow diuctlon
will mean that you and vour
Lakes evrrv time.
Health l tub linking INwd r works in wM with water a milk some
hoiisiwvi-i s.iv better Th.it
knimt, w.ni trirs U once, tint m
iroi-s us l.ir two ol any "thi-r kind.
Llnlili-n wur work, pit-use vunr lamilv
grocer ii-r ileum 1.1110 naking i-ow.irr
10c, 15c nnd 25c
THL RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS
Comparisons Appearing in the Census
Bureau's Report on Religious Bodies
Wash iiKton. I). C. May ,'!1 -The ag
g regale number of ili'.'.CHi, 1 1.' commun
icants or members of all tellglous de
nomimitlons In continental United
States wn reporteli for l'.MMl, accord
ing to the V. S. Census of Religious
llodles for the same year, as detailed
lu part I of the U. K. Census Ilureau's
special repoit on lint subject, now In
press. Of tills grand total the various
Protestant btxlles reported liO.'JN","!:!
and the Roman Catholic Church 12,
For purposes of comparison the
census authorities divided the pilucl
pal cities into four classtM, those hav
Ing in 1 '.inn a population of :i(l(l,000
and out, constituting the that class;
those of from loo.ooo to IIUU.oim) form
ing the second; those of from rQ,000 to
HH).O(M) making the third; ami those
or rrom LTi.OOD to nii.iiuo forming the I
fourth class, I
I Or the Protestant auirreiriMe tliern!
were l,l,S,Iir or i.:t per cent In the
first class cities; 1.7 per cent In the
second; and 7.1 per cent In the third
and fourth classes combine!, while
sn.f, per cent were oiitslio thu princi
Of the Roman Catholic Church's
total membership there were ::.:i7,'i,l."::
or 27.'.i per cent lu first class titles.
I.:iil,i:i2 or l.:i per cent lu the second,
t,r7MUI or i:i per cent In the third
and four classes combined; with n,
77 1, it III or I7.S per cent outside the
It Is seen, therefore, that the num
ber of members or tho Roman Catho
lic Church reported In cities of the
first class was coiisldeinbly more
thi'ii double the number reported by
all the Protestant bodies, while out
side of the principal cities the num
ber reported by the Catholics was
only it little over one-third of the num
ber crodltiS to the Protestants. It Is
pointed out In tho reisirt that the
strength of the Protestant IhhIIcs, as
compared with the Roman Catholic
church, Is greatly understated.
Only two of the Protestant bodies
reported a majority of their member-.
ship in tlie principal cities, I. e the'
Church of Christ, Scientist, 82.0 per
cent, nml the Protestant ICplscopalj
Church ni.2 per cent; while of the1
membership of the Jewish Coiigrega-I
Hons, 88.7 per cent are lu tlie princi
pal cities, and of the ICastern Ortho
dox churches 70.7 per cent.
Of the total number of communl
cants or members reported for the
principal cities by all denominations,
r,,::o7.."'Jl) or oo per cent belonged to
the Roman Catholic Church, nnd '!,
!i.'lfi,:ill, or :i7. 1, to Protestant bodies.
Comparison with the report for 1S!iO
shows that lu general thero has been
a n Increase In the proportion of com
municants or members In the prlmi
pal titles as compared with those out
jsldo of then' cities, rn 11)00 the
percentage of the total number of
communicants lu these cities for all
denominations was III.!) as compared
with 2.V7 lu Fi'.iO.
Of the total number, 10.fi! 1,178. of
coiniimiilriuits or members lu the prtu
c pal cities In lUO'J, there were 7,3 1".
Wlior 0!).!) per cent reported by the
:i8 cities of over 100,000 population,
nnd, of these, S.ClL'.CitO or 33.1 per
cent, belonged to Protestant bodies
I and t.'.IO.MS or OI.B per cent to the
Roman Catholic church. The lattnr
1 denomination had lu these cities about
7. 1 per cent of Its entire membership
in cities of oxer L'.I.OOO Inhabitants.
In thirteen of the cities more than
one half of tho communicants or mem
bers rejMirled belonged to ProteHtant
bodies, while In 23 the majority be
longed to tho Roman Catholic church.
Tho cities showing the largest pro
portions of Protestant communicants
jiire Memphis, M.4 por cent; Toledo,
70 per cent: Washington, 00.9 por
cent, Kansas City, Mo., 00.2 per cent.
-nud Imllaiiapollij, 02.1 per cent.
' Tho cities showing the larxest por-
' centages of Roman Catholic communl
cants are Fall River, SC. 5 pur cunt;
r uki you ever nnve a nijj
bnti.ii of lilsinilt spoiled by
poor baking powder' Of couro
have every woman Iia. Hut
you've uiunllv blamed the Hour or the oven
T bake eood bin nils and cakes you must tiv
family wl'.l rnlov fine bhcults and
a ni.ittt.-r nf opinion Hut ry winnan
mhhjiiIuI oi Health Club ll.it.-lni: Powder
and satufv yourself by inking your
un- s.wuir mat s pure.
aii-tigbt cans. (0)
Eatt St. Louis
Han Francisco, SI I per rent New
Orleans, 71 7 per cent New York,
7fi.!i per cent . Providence 7tl 5 per
cent; St Louis CI per cent. Huston,
fis.7 per cent : 1ilcao, 08.2 per cent,
and Philadelphia, M.S per cent
In the Ti Icodlng cities the proportion
of communicants to population was
New York. 14.7 per cent; Chicago.
10.7 per cent: Philadelphia, .18.8; Uos
ton i'i2.i and St. Imls -10.0 per cent
It Is stated that, lu general, cities
which have n relatively large Roiiinu
Catholic population show a lilghcr
percentage of church members than
cities In which this body has a com
paratively small represent tloti. In
Fnll river 80.fi per cent of the totnl
number of members reported were
Roman Catholics and the church mem
borshlp represented 07.8 per cent of
the population, while lu Memphis,
where 81.1 per cent of tho communl
cants reHrled belonged to Protestant
bodies, tho church membership was
only 110 per cent of tho population.
Notice of Issuance of Tax Warrant.
I 'Notice Is hereby given that tax
j -warrant for the amount of Th'
I eight Dollam nnd Soventy-flvo C
($38.70) has been Issued n
lit Five (T.). IMock Ono
Thirty-six (130), and
amounting to Forty-seven Doll
Nliiety-seven Cents (117.97) ha..
Issued against Ixit One(l), Hlock
Hundred Klghty-ono (ISt), nnd a war
rant hi the sum of Fifty-two ($52.00)
Dollars has been Issued ngalnst Lot
Six (0), Hlock Threo Hundred Fifty
four (351), nnd thu ad warrants
have been filed with the City Clerk
of the City of Ardmore, tho same
being numbered 29, 30 and 31 re
spectively; that said warrants are
Issued to cover tho cost of labor
mid material used In tho construc
tion of sidewalks abutUng eald prop
erty and to each warrant Is added
Clerk's cost and cost of publication;
that If the same are not paid within
four weeks from tho dato of publi
cation there will ha a penalty added
of twenty-five (25) per cent as by
law provided, which, together with
other costs shall bo made a part of
the original nsscsmcnt and collect
ed ns n part thereof.
I.. J. MYKRS.
Acting City Engineer
1st day of June, 1910, be
tween the hours of 1 o'clock p. tu
ami 2 o'clock p. in., at tlie court
house door In Ardmore, In
Anlini.ro Township, Cartor coun
ty, Suite of Oklahoma, I
will sell nt public sale tho follow
ing property, to-wit; Ono (1) C. Pot
tor Jr. & Co, of New York printing
pn-ss and belts, No. 8827, tho prop
erty of tho Ardmore Publishing
Co., taken on tax warrant.
J. II, AICUIIS,
Tho mun who thinks no knows it all
Is more or less nosey.
NLY rich people
can afford to use
For this reason: Poor
soap contains an excess
of alkali which weakens
the fabric and shortens
the life of everything it
Rich people can stand
that sort of thing.
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rich should use Ivory
Soap for everything but
tho coarsest, commonest
things that need to be
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