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Ardmore Tuesday, May 31 1910
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Thrco Mo n tli a . 2f
Ifuslness Manager's Office 3S
City Editor's Office 6
ong Olstanco '
what whun, earlier In tho spring,
w woro trying to provide for tin '
Hut the worst wns to come, t
was Informed that I would hnie to
d tho shopping; tin- exigencies of,
the day demanded that tho old ninti
get busy and do tho shopping Now
1 do not lovo tlio Jol of shopping
1 will not refuae outright to or.l'i
things f r the pantry, hut when 1'
comes to selecting ii shirt waist for
n Iniy, a pair of Oxfords, a tic and
h collar, ami mm moi of thread, 1
rebel. Ami 1 evaded the Joli Moni'u 1
When tho hoy and his father go'
down town and tho latter had Rot
tho money, ho pinned a fle dollar
bill to that paper containing the list
of articles to 1k bought, and sent
the little fellow to n store which
keep all such things In stock.
At dinner when the ohh r boy
snw the nlco thing the little fi '
low liHtl brought home for himself,
thoy timilo out a lint mid askrd in.'
to pin another hill to It. Hut 1 mm
tilled tho thing wit h thelli. i told
llioin, "One at a tliuo." I said. "Next
'May. nt the it'ose of school, will be
Any erroneous reflection on tho
charaetoi. standing or reputation of
nnj person, linn or corporation
which tuny appeal In tho columns oi
Tho Ardinorelto will bo glndly cor
recteil upon Its being brought to the
nttentlnn of the mtmngement.
" Eastern Representative.
Win. D. Ward. Trlbiino Untitling.
KobL K. Dousing,
70fi Mnniuette Hldg, Chicago.
ArdmorCi Tuesday, May 31, 1910 j y()r tl((e ,.
I In inoro ways than no. father
learn that Iht la the last ,rk o
, school. Aa the lust day or the s
, sltm draws nenr, the chlidrou m
speaking more tendnrly of thiir
i teacher. Rven though tiny have
l here ha Just reached The AM-j toved hl.r all aiong tn,.y HU. m;lu
mo. cite office an account of n death) hl,r mr and nr re M . las, ,),,
em: timeral that will be upprejuvo.i by I the togl hour of tne acaMli ,lr:ltt,
i . ry old Southern family and manynhjb And Mon they a part ,,
oilers, no matter where they have tMcner wU, mrm p to ,,. ,...
Hud. If they .have any knowledge ofdjt!n the vho Rave Ie , ,H,
Me in the Old South. trmiule will not be quite so ',d'
.i.imes Justlco. who married a slater tl.,w hl u,.r ntltmtlon.
o! Mrs. Col. Sliney Siks, of Tf.t Ard- TUl,rp ia a at range sort of
OUR COLORED FRIENDS,
(lly Hugene Hay.)
Made from Grapes
Makes the food of
and finest quality
IN A HURRY TO
GO TO PRISON
A KANSAN CONVICTED OF FOR
GERY JOURNEYED TO LANSING
t nu lto, died at his home la Titus
county. Texas, one day last week. In
tills account of the funeral, It Is stated
that a "very large crowd attended and
more than one hundred negroes, somo
1i)f sad and half Joyous, half a
gtatutation fuid half regret, which I
most pleaslr.g. That sort of mix
ture somehow, has a delightful taste.
The combination of Joy and sorrow
of whom had neon on tl.e fnnn inoro , to U9iehcr aml pup the deMl.rt
., . an veuiyuvo years, aim me were thBt K,mM after R Iongi ,, )ea,
old and Bray and l.ont with ago; s bpomm mattoUiumti ,r mt ,n
were niournors at the funeral of the (nct tjregame
man who was the nm.ler of somo! , ,,)nilratu,flto yoll ,nnl yo11
once, nd Kuanllan of all up to tle,hHVo nont , tm
hour of his death." . ,
, tltuenlnl self, lire It all over again?
That n iimn't colored neighbors, ,)o , ni)l f(,0, t aUi Jugt aR UlcB,
mourn nt tho grave ns atl that ro-1 UmoherB (i? u W(1B Thursday nlislit.
. I 1 I . ..I i ..
Topeka, May 30. Alvlu C. Chance
of Colby eamo to Topeka today to git
permission to enter the Kansas pen!
teiitlary. Warden Codding would not
i lot Chance enter tho prison. Chance
, went to Leavenworth and asked tho
warden to take hlni In for forty-nine.
ears. The warden does not accept
hoarders without proper credentials
mid references, so Chance came to the
oe nor nnd the governor sent him
tq tho ottomoy general, and there Uiu
ievl innchinery was started to carrj
Ion Chance's deslte. Chance was v. on
Uf (d In the lower courts at Colby
i . .tiling over a yenr ago on cburges
or ;ery and omnczzlemoiit on seen
ouuts an J was sentenced to prison
i ' from one to seven years on e,t' ,i
coui! He appenleJ to the suuren (
i . i, wnere the lliiilings of the imu"
ourt weie sustained. Nothing re-'
.,1'nid for . iiance hut to go to p:i-v
i n ..nd --ervo his tonn. Hut the cop
i t e iprenie court decision lia . noi
ii i ii forwarded to Colby and Chair c
i"d not have an o-dor of coiiruitnieir
wlien lie jouneyed 'o Lansing He w!'.,
'oniidy wiih these forms of law an 1
I'cM trip will lie recolved by waniein
j ' Codding ns n rognlnr boardor.
1 ' I ! I i i the ' risis or iher than the financial effort ir
! ." i . t. o I'siouii- Hi s i.O'io.oi fl francs,, h u is rapable. It is not goln;;
a.. ,i vo lorw.i-ded to londoti in(too far to ftato that the fonnldablr
An.eilcan go'.d eaale. In answor to aiC.Kt which a war would Involve has
.i-eie lelevram. Tho bearing of this! more than once caused our possible
uurso upon the crisis In the United enemies to recoil, and that in tho
States lves special Interest to the settlement of political or diplomatic
narrative or .r. Patron of those events I questions the nation which Is richest
IS LOCATED IN THE BANK OF j which he sums up thus: J ,1,1 Is always the one Which
FRANCE WHERE THE GOLD RE-j "it was at the tlmo of this devolop-, ecroinands the most respect."
SERVE HAS REACHED j lug crisis that the ITank of France was 1
I unreasonably reproached with Its In- Lady Maccabees.
difference to the monetary situation in The Lady MnccnLoes will Koot to-
Figure It Out
Wc scl! more carbonated bev
erages in this section of the State
than has ever been sold before.
We think it is because wc put out
a superior line of goods, but want
you to figure it out. If you have
ever tried any of our goods you
know they are better. The best
that can be had is what our cus
tomers get. The Crown Iiraiul
on Candies or Carbonated bever
ages is a guarantee of purity.
AMD HAKUFAC'IURIKG WORKS
MORGAN J. HAYS, Pre. and Mfr.
RESERVE OF GOLD
innlns of his body is being put away
, tho day before the last of a long
forever. Is sufficient ovi lonco of M nUm ,, n mnomi, HfP, I w,is
Integrity when he yet llvod. No more . BX.!IM. ....... .,. ,..,..
nlfectliig ficono will ever bo witnessed
tlinu tlio funeral of a good mnu In his
own church building, where rows of
seats In tho rear are occupied by tlio i
faithful old servants of that mini's
Iioiiho and by tho younger generations
mas live," I replied.
And this day is Christmas eve
v.-ith these teachers. 1 know it Is.
Hiey (! not love their school ses
sion loan, but they do lovo tholr va
cation season more. While these chil
dren are thinking of the new
clothes they are going t weur to
night ami next night, It Is not un
likely that tho teachers aro think
ing tf tho old clothes they lire
who, though technically not servants,!
were gladly servants Just tho same.
One who lins known tholr devotion lit
the life of their host while friend and
tlelr rovoronco for a memory of that
frtnnil nt iloritli will twivnr ennen tn
wish for all tho nice any good tiling K',,n " ,H,l,u ne,t lnB
It , desorve. To overv true South- nMt- 1 ''mBratulate you.
em. rltlslndeedasaWenlngthought nlMl 'lo Uwt m H,'
that soon the old "Uncle Nods" nndlturtHHl lhrouh u lhe lo,, Hir
the dear old "Mammy Carolines" will ,la'8' lo,'I",0 l" P4'00 A ta lons
n" legone. l.r so many years now. '"o . and that. Instead of
th.o old white haired creatures, with , hBvln to teach ritelt I'"P
s .mi black, lmve been the leaven that, u'Si' th,,,r teacher, you will be loved
l as lenreiiod the whole 'oi. and when t-v th' wbole wor,d-
iiu v have ceased to mourn nt the fwiu! ... , ' " ,
riBiica ci issuance ci ink warrant.
Notice is hereby given that tax
warrant for tho amount of Thirty-
their old master and UlmU .lnm ? 8ey'"Ve C8nt
Ifm.i"! Iftin m-cin IMUCU ttMUav
Lot Five r). nock One Hundred
Thlrty-tlx tllfl), and a warrant
am tinting to forty-seven Dollars and
Ninety-seven Cents ($47.97) baa been
1-f .iod against Lot Onc(l), niock One
Hundred Eighty-one (1S1), and a war
rant in the .urn of Fifty-two (iftM'O)
( I Wl'aNi htisi liiun laiiAii a I net t f tt
iii aisu guw4 sv a mv
tho United States nnd with its refusal j niorro-.v (V.'ediiesilay) afternoon in
to glvo aid. The critics forgot that o'clock.
tho hank was prevented by Its statutes
from tho direct shipment of sums for, i.ic'm vwirili 'v'"f- -
i which the federal government refused WCr smo Bomnthlnd furious was golni;
Maklna it the Largest Reservoir for, to become responsible, and that, nev- Jo gZv SZUvoumI'm
Yellow Metal Striking Relation to ortholess, it forwnrdod SO.O0O.0flO francs , Instructed, and l.eciimo suddenly well
I , . , , , i , , . , and cheerful. Then llf seemed worth
iNniionai ami irr.ernniioiini orcau is
( i of our dead, we will be mourners
" iliolr new-made iffravo. We will
i !s them no less than they are miss-
'i houirh true that there are anion
in hi today a few "black ibrutoji"
there are many of us who remember
'm v whole faml' tea have beea tr
nn I faithful, day and night, year in
nnd yaw out, when they were the
only protectors tho "white folks" hud.
In our saddest hour at home they
d iniHthuters, but that they were
scnod to remind us that in better
days thoy were good neighbors and
goo', friends, (iod help th( good ne
groes nnd all other good itoor folks.
THE CLOSE OF SCHOOL.
Hy Hugeno liny.
This is Christmas week with tho
children iwid teachers of Ardmoro
As I watch them with bright nnd
happy face going to tho opera house
"to practice." In tlie forenoon, nnd
again for tho big performance In
the afterucon, I can almost hear
them say "Christmas Olft," nnd mo-im-titarlly
I sniff the fruit enko down
nt the hoiibo. It Is their Christmas
week, and ours, too, for when the
iilldRn are gay and happy wo aro
I know, Monday morning, that
the "exercises" wore on. Tho other
head of our family stuck under my
eyes u list of wearing appnrol that
tho youngest of the boys had to have
that very inluuto. The little fellow
was right there, walling to go down
town with his fatohr and got all
thohu new clothes named In tho
ilbt "He Is In tho exercises llil.t
very night," the mother told we,
"and ho hasn't anything to wear."
"Well, well, he must havo homo-
thing to wear, If ho is going on ,xn 8ALB 2-seat canopy ton car
tuo stage tonight," I admitted, and raR0 and othor. D. E. Allen. !U-3
J know that this follow, "the least of
tlese," had been neglected sour Subscribe for The Ardmorelte,
Six (6), !tlock Three Hundred Fifty
four CI&4), and the mid warrants
have been filed with the City Clerk
cf the City of Ardmoro, tho same
being numbered 2U. :tu and "1 re
spectively; that said wn mints are
Issued to cover tho cost of labor
and material used In tho construc
tion of sidewalks abutting nld prop
erty ami to each warrant Is added
Clerk's cost ami cost of publication;
that If tho same are not paid within
four weeks from the ilnte of publi
cation thoro will bo a penalty added
of twenty-five (25) per cent as by
t.iw provided, which, together with
other costs shall bo made a part of
the original assesinont and collect
ed .is a part thereof.
L. .1. MYKHS.
Acting City Hnglncor
Boy Saves Father's Life.
Tnllhlna, Okla., May 30. Martin
Taylor, a cattle dealer, was bitten
by a huge rattlesnake while out In
the Winding Stair mountains east of
Tnllhlna. Taylor w.is accompanied
by his set), Ctirl, who, as soon as his
father gavo the warning of having
been bitten, applied his lips to tho
snako bite, sucking the poison from
his father's leg.
Washington, May 30. A striking
study of tho port which the Kan It of
France plays In the International mon
ey market has Just been miulo public
by the National Monetary Commission,
In the form of a translation of the
work of Maurice Patron on "Tho Hank
of France In Its Relation to National
and International Credit." It is point
ed out that the bank acts essentially ns
a pulillg Institution, pursuing the es
sential objects of building up ami pro
tecting the national gold reservo rath
er tuun seeking piofils for 'l share
holders. By Increasing Its gold re
serve the bank, It Is declared by M.
Patron, Is working against the Inter,
ests of Its shareholders and ronse
'quently against Its own Interests.
Thore are two reasons for this: First,
the expense of maintaining an addi
tional reserve and the cost of l.ulii
I notes against It represent a clear loss
i to the shareholders. If the ho'dlngs
of gold were smaller, the amounts of
assets and liabilities would decrease
without Interfering with the profit and
oa account. In the second place.
, smaller holdings of metal would lead
, to frequent rles In the rate of
i count, which are the main source of
profit for a lmtik or issue.
I In spite of these obvious adv.r'tatp
; to the bank in (totting rid of u putt
of Its groat stork of tho yellow niol.il,
tho gold reserve has been allowed to
Increase until It amounts to about
$700,000,000, and Is the largest slock
held In any hank In the world. Hvon
the advance in the rato of discount
I which Is occasionally made. It Is point -'
ed out, is not for tho purpose of safe
I guarding tho reserve, but to avoid the
ileercnso of the money In circulation
which would havo resulted from the
tempt lug nnd persistent offers from
abroad whom discount rates ruled
muoh higher. With these great re
sources nt Its commniid, the Hank of
Franco has, in tho opinion of M. Pat
ron, become practically the reserve
reservoir of gold for the tluauclal
world. As far back ns 1S3!), the bank
lout to the Hank of Kngland 2.000.000
pounds In gold nnd again In 1S0O, nt
the tlmo of the Paring fnllure. 3.000,
000 pounds, Tho Hank of Franco had
Just endured without flinching the
downfall of the Cotnptolr D'Kscompte
OF ft SOLDIER
BODY SHOT TO PIECES DURING
TAR3ET PRACTICE OF COM.
CRUCE IS AHEAD
LMonteroy, Cal., .May 30. Ills body
an unseou target fcr the r.ilu of
'bullets of a firing so.ii ml at rifle
practice. Claude lletherton, a prl-
i I In American coin, which merely passed m-ini; nnulm Hut why nut keep tho
tlirnnuh I nndnu Pertain nncntl-itlnns i bowels always open? It can bo dono.
Iinroiigu i.onuon. loriain nohou.uions Ugo I)r Caj4iwon.H syrup Pepsin, ns di
rected for such Intermittent cases, and
It will euro your tendency to constipa
tion nnd ho strengthen and tono tho
rtomncli and Intestinal muscles that
took place nt that tlmo between the1
American (lovornnient and the Hank
of Frnnco with a view to dealing di
rectly without tho intervention of the tiietiiReiveRi it has dono tills for thou
i ,i ,n,i,i it la nnlv sonds of people wlw.u letters this paper
London market. It Is onlj , ,ins ofton' I)r,ltf.,i. u wiu do it for you.
hecntiso Hint (lovernmont would
.ite of Company
who was taking
tho range, wiih
pieces and died
FORMER ARDMORE LADY TALKS
FOR CRUCE AND SAYS CHICKA
SHA IS FOR HIM.
K, Thirteenth In
nt tho Prosldlo,
literally shot to I
after lingering 111
hospital for two i
days. The accident occurred last
week, but tho facts havo Just come
to' light. An Investigation of tho nf-
niomacn anil iniesumu inusuiua uiui f .i-.t., v,i ii,u rnnni-il until vea
thoy will soon learn to do tlio work ,mr emui tne lllliei.u unill jes
not or could not offer such guaran
tees as the Hank of France consid
ered ndoqiiuto tlmt It made use of
the Iondon market, which has a
much greater Inlerett than ours In
tho prosperity of tho United Statos.
"Tho occasions which wo have Just
men! Kurd are not the only ones In
At any rate, try It. A bnttlo can bo
boucht of any druggist for B0 cents
All during the afternoon of tho
day ho was shot, lletherton crept
about on tho eurtianksnent, peppered
with lead, whllo the bullots whizzed
about hint. Ills cries could not he
heard. After the first bullet had
brought him down, he niado an ef
fort to drag himself nut of range
but no matter which way he turned
his escape was cut off by flying
missiles. Finally he sank on the
sand mound awaiting the shot that
would end his torture. The bullets
1km1 about him, ripping his clothing
and tearing his flesh. When mark
ers round him his head hail been
Notice of Sale of Real Estate by
In the matter of the guardianship ot
Frank and I'm ma Snellen, minors.
Notice 's hereby hen In pursuance
of nn or.er of tho lounty court of tho
countv of Carter. State of Oklahoma.
which the Hank of Franco has hud j mado ou thfl- 2nh (ay of yu. WQ
to intervene. In the first days oi tbo mim,r8,gueU guardian of the es
May. lBOti, it loaned 40,000,000 francs laIe of Frauk an1 ,jmnm ShMon,
to the Rank of England In ordr that I minors, will sell nt private salo to
the later might avoid raliing the tni) highest bidder, subject to confirm
discount fate. In September. ll'Ofi, dlon uy sald court ou Monday, the Oth
h sold several millions in Amorionu , ay 0f June, PJlO, at 9 o'clock a. m., at shot nearly off lletherton was mnr-
tagies, wku me knowledge inat tney . Ardmore. Oklahoma, all the right, title ried.
and Interest of said Frank Sueltoa
and KruuiR Shelton, minors. In and to
the following described real estato
.situate In (iraiy county, State of Oklu
The northwest quarter of the north-
try of relief has been definitely i west quarter of the southeast quarter
a.-peU by the Hank of France." of Section Ten (10) In Township Sev
In view of tno many occasions ou en (7) North, Hunge Seven i7) West,
which the Hank of Fratu-n has Hum i And the south half of the southeast
proved tne refuge or the great banks quarter of the uorthcaxt quarter and voives n man who gave his nnme
f other countries In averting disas-' the east half of tho nortliosst quarter ns Frrd V. Graham of Pauls Valley,
ter. Interest Is given to the sugges- of southenst quarter and tho southonst whom .s:iuo of tho Intemsted imrtle
tlou of Signer Luzattl, f rmorly Mai- 'inartor or tho southeast quarter of I claim workod a loan swindle.
.Mrs. L. 0. .Mason who formerly llvod
in this city Is hero on n visit ot wevoral
days with friends. Mrs. .Masrm l. j.
much In lovo with Ardmoro i? she
oor was and says .Mr. .Mukoii still
owns his real estate In this city and
that nouo of It is on the market.
They bollovo Ardn: m it the real city
f Southorn Okli'nnia and that prop-e-ty
values will routltiue to In -reuse
.1 " city an 1m 'liai r.'inn none
of their property Is on the markot.
Mrs. Mason says evorylxMly at
Chlckasha Is for Cruco and who is of
the opinion Hint ho will be the next
governor of Oklnhoinn.
that probably $100,000 was lost b
various parties through dealing wlt'i
Urahnm, who wns a high '.ogree M.i
son, and who was snpiMised to liai -
boon accidentally drowned In Calve,
ton a year ago.
would at once tubke their way t.
Xt-w York. More recently. In the very
midst of the crisis, the bank releas
ed many mllMona of eagles and sov
ereigns under similar oondrtlon-j. It
would therefore apjiear th::t this vol-
SOME QUEER LAND LOANS.
Man Supposed Drowned Said to tic
Involved in the Doals.
Guthrie, Okla., May 30. When a
suit wns filed heie today by C. O.
Fish against the National Hank of
Commerce, there eamo to light a
series of loin transactions which In-
iau Minister of Fiuar.fo, in regard . -Section Kloven (11) and tho north half
to an Interiiatloniil agreement be
tween banks of lssuo nnd govern
ment treasuries for mutual support.
As thus outlined, M. Patron contends
that the Hank of France weuld be
forced to adopt, as an obligatory
rule of conduct, a measure which af
ter all Is employed only as an ex
ception nnd at such times nt It
deems opportune. It Is easy to f re
see, ho declares, what would happen
under such a system. France, finan
cially the btrongest country, would
have very little to expect from
abroad, while It would find Its nld
urgently solicited at the lenst alarm
among Its nelghliors. Its position as
moderator, troni being voluntarily
assumed ns It Is now, would become
ohllgatoiy and sulKirdlnnte, and this
would bo evidently unacceptable. In
summing up the present isisltlon of
the Hank ot France, with Its reserve,
towering above that of any othor
one of tho oldest of tho Joint-stock! Krval bank, M. nitron concludes that
banks of Paris, but tho Hank of Kng. this reserve, ndintrnbly managed as
land, confronted by like conditions, It Is, affords not only nn Insurance
found It noccessnry not only to rnlse
Its discount rato to G per cent, lint
to ask for foreign held. Tho Hank of
Frnnco wns severely criticised In tho
lOhamlior of Deputies for making this
loan, but this criticism did not deter
iigalnst crisis, but nlso tho surest
guaranty against tho recurrence of
groat wars. I'pon this point he con
cludes thusr 'vrnm
of the northeast quarter of northern
quarter of Section Fourteon (II), In
Township Klght (S), North, of llango
Seven (7) West of tho Indian Meri
dian. Also the south half of the south
east quarter ot Section Two (2) nnd
tho north hnlf ot the southeast quarter
of the northeast quarter of Section
Woven (11), Township Wght (S)
North, Hnngo Seven (7) West of the
Indian Meridian, being In nil Two
Hundred nnd Ten ('.'10) acres, inoro
Said real estato will bo sold on the
following terms and conditions, to-wlt:
Cash on delivery of dcol.
Hlds for tho ptirchnso thereof must
be In writing and must bo tiled in tho
County Court or delivered to tho tin
dorslgned nt tho offlco of Mooro
Hass, In the City of Ardmoro, Stato
Dated tho 27th dny of May. 1010.
JOHN SUFITON, Ctiiardlnn.
The Hoston Hlooniers will be hero
Sunday, Juno .1, nnd will play the
local tenm nt I!;S0 at the lirenn
Park. Admission, gato 2."c, and grand
stand 2Gc. Tho bVst gamo of tho
season is expected nnd tho novelty
"Wo have shown that tho fighting I of girls playing ball will add to tho
power of a nation has now no limit Interest of tho game. 29-C
Fish alleges, In lulof, that Graham,
posing as a renl estate loan agent at
Pauls Valley, has secured from him
$Ii,:!y7 for Imaginary loans In Gar
voy county, beginning In 1007 nnd
continuing for two years. Mortgage
notes properly signed nnd secured
were forwarded Fish by Graham,
for loans which Fish supposed ho
was making to fl. M. lilo nnd wife,
S, P. Spain and Nellie May Aimer.
These notes, Fish claims, ho has dis
covered to ho forgeries throughout;
that Graham got tho money and
turned none of It over to tho par
ties to whom Fish supiKised ho wins
loaning It, nnd that Graham has reg
ularly sent Fish the Interest due,
thus keeping up tho pretenso of
That everything In connection
with tho loans, even the abstracts,
acknowledgements, applications 'or
loans, etc., are forgeries, Is Fish's
The various loans wero madfl
through the National Hank of Wyn
newood. uccordlng to tho caso filed,
and that bank transferred tho ac
count to the Nntional IBank of Com
merce here, which Is h"ow tho local
bnnklng Institution Is Involved.
It Is said that there Is a good story
back of tho alleged swindles, and
Notice is hereby given, that i"
pursuance of an order of sate Issued
out of the District Court of Carti r
County, Oklahoma, on the 20th day -i
May, 1010, In an action wherein '
N. Morgan was plaintiff and J. M
Shelton and Mlsslo Wyly Shell" i
were defendants, directed to me, i .
undersigned sheriff of Curler Conn
ty, commanding me to levy upon, ;.,
praise aud sell the following d
scribed property, towlt: LoK On
(1) and Six (0) In Hlock On- Hr i
drod Twcnty-clght (12K ). in th- C:
of Ardmcre, Oklnhoinn. to satisfy i
I Judgiuont and docroe of foroclosiir'
j in favor of t:ild plaintiff and again-'
i said defendants obtained and mad"
In snld Court on the 25th day of
February, l'.UO, for tho sum of
$1,lo8.:H5, and costs $112.22, with ln
toreht thereon at 10 per cent from
tho 23th day of February, 1010, and
crts accruing; I will on the sr.th
day of June, "at 2 o'clock p. in., of
said day, at tho front door of the
Court IIouso In tho City of Ardmore.
In said County and State, offer for
salo and sell to ,tho highest bidder
for ensh, tho said property above
described, or so much thereof as
will satisfy sail Judgment, with
Intorcst nnd costs.
Witney my hand this the 21th day
of May, 1910.
Jkll. A K HItS,
Sheriff of Carter County.
Hy FIIBD WILLI.VMS, Deputy.
Hrown & Shelton, Attorneys for
Jnnies T. Hennott of Graham was
among our visitors today.
John Thomas of Haum was transact
ing business horo today.
Somo people ask you to do them
favor as If thoy woro doing It to you.