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THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1921.
Ardmore. Oklahoma. 1
March i. mil. j
We. the undersigned, resident, prop t
crty owner and ciiiiens of the Fourth I
Ward of the City of Ardmore. Carter j
County. Oklahoma, respectfully re-1
vuest Mr. R. 3. Hendon to announce
and become a candidate for City Com
missioner rrom the Fourth Ward. !
We respectfully ask that the other !
citiiena raiding In other portions of :
this city join with us in the election I
lf thia mnn fnr iia riuKnn that vl'
know him to foe an honest and up
right citixen and our experience with
him has caused ui to believe that be
Till be a faithful, honest and paint
taking public servant.
We make this request for our inter
sU and the best interests of the city
ft. iL Parish.
C. T. Barring t-r.
J. J. Stansell Jr.
J. Aw Newman.
fU B. Murphy.
h. W. Stauder.
J. H. Holland.
J. W. Baldy.
J. B. Debman.
H. C, Forbes.
J. T. Qmiaa.,
A. P. Cisco.
O. C Bibb.
Georte . OUiver.
A. C Tonne.
Philip A. KawUas.
Mr. and Mrs, Wade Morse.
A. B, RawUos.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ai-msutxix.
Mrt. R. H. Harris.
P- H. Harris.
E. T. Ladd.
K. A. Petmt.
U. B. Steudemhu.
T. F. Orerstreet.
M. D. Overstreel.
T. P. SbockJey.
Mrs. C. E. Sbookky.
C. B. Harbert.
R. M. BramLt.
T. E. Porter.
. Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. BkuunuKam.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim May.
Mr. and Mrs. Quinn Wicker.
Rev. ,1. K. Masters.
J. A. Clark,
Mrs. J. A. Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Aston.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hays.
Mr. and Mrs. LaFoyeiie Oioaoii.
W. J. Pate.
A. K. Brown.
Mrs. A. K. Urown.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Carpenirr
K. A. Walker.
Mrs. Lena Walker.
P. Delia rt.
Mi a, M. D. Dehart.
Mrs. James Smock.
Mrs. C. V. EreeJIov.
C. V. Breedlove,
Joe M. London.
Mrs. M. lkard.
L. W.. Williams.
Mrs. Onle T. William-.
I. . S. Stages.
C. M. Jones.
L. W. Millwood.
Mrs. !. A. William. .
Mrs. Li. C. Seller.
D C Segler.
R. R. .lories.
Mis. R. P.. Jones.
George J. Brown.
Mrs. Otha Combs.
II. L. Combs.
Mrs. J. C. Brigg.
Mrs. J. A. Mover.-.
J. A. Muyers.
W. A. Blue.
Mrs. Mattie Eluc.
A r-. Cray.
C. R Williams,
.v.i--. L. W. Siouil i
Mrs. J. A. Newniaii.
Chas. W. Owens.
F. M. Whlttenburj"
W. A. Barnett.
C. E. Roberson.
W. J. Dickey.
M. B. Dickey.
Mis. Joe Smituers.
Mi?. C. . Harbert.
Notice of Sale of Real Klai
March 3, 10. 17
In tte matter of the guardianuip
ot Joseph Miller, a minor.
Notice if hereby given iu pursuance
cf on order at the county cour; of
the county of Marshall, Sute of Ok
li.houia, made on the istli day of
Tebruary. 1921, toe undersigned suat
dan of the eitate of Jixe.ph Ml'cr,
t. lain or, will sell at private sale to
the highest bidder subject io coofir
raatloa by said c;urt on Monday th
an day of March, A. D., at
lu o'c'iO":!; a. m. at office of coi;r,:y
.ude at Madiil. all ul. uridivid
one-third rieht. tiUe an.3 Inttret: cf
aid Joneph Miller, a minor, In rtnJ
j the following describvU reel estii'e
f.tuite In Carter ooutity state of O'iia
Lou 1 and 2: E 20A of M 1:
(.ess -1.52 A. AiC'KP.); (2 42 EA
FiHi; sectiou 31, township 4 souta,
rJig i west; southeast quarter
o.' iiunlioa't quarter ot north
west quarter o( section 9, town,
ni'.p i svuth. rang 3 west. Lw
4 (l"i.i .02 A. .VACPJl) south
vast quarter ct southwest quar
ter tie .03 A. ASCKP.); (.23 A.
&AKT): W. 22.0J A. of lot J.
(less ITU A. A4CP.R): I.2.T2 A.
JL4.RR) section 31. township 4
eotrUi, rui.ge 3 west. South hilf
of northeast quarter of southeast
quarter (l.s 3 Oi A. A CRY);
south half of souilieast quarter;
northeast ' quarter of norUhewl
quarter of southeaat qu&rter tf
section 31, township 4 suuU), range
3 west. Nrth half ef nortbetuit
quarter; north half ot southeast
quarter ot northeast quarter of
section 31, towrusuip 4 south, range
a.uJ rtal evtate will be sold on the
o!iu;r,g terms and conditions, to-wit:
Cash upon delivery of guardian's
Ilkli for the purcinue Bhereof must
lie In writing ftnU most be filed la the
ix)uWT court r delivered to th Bn
Winined guardian at Madiil, Okla,
' tmffd the :txl day of March, 12L
j. vr. MiJDcmE,
rjlATatETT gEMPLK, ,
AttoroT for Ouardlan.
FREE LmntK: "MILLIONS
NOW MVI0 WILL NEVKB DIE."
CONVENTION 1LII.L, I J. M
Kirt Application MaU-i
Cool and Comfortable
If you are .suffering from eczema or
some other torturing. embarrassing
skill trouble you may quickly be rid of
It by using Mentho-Sulphur, declare
a noted ek:n specialist.
This sulphur preparation, because
ot Its germ destroying properties,
.--:Uom fails to quickly subdue ltch
:r.g, even of fiery ecwraa. The first
-.p plication makes tihe sk'.n cool and
o t. Portable. Rash and blotches are
hoaJed right up. Mentho-Sulphur is
applied like any pleasant cold cream
Is perfectly harmless. Tou can
obtain a small Jar from any good
t rgtst Adv.
Notice for Publication
State of Oklahoma, Carter county.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. '
Caftrin Jefferson, plaintiff, vs. James
H. OaUaigher, James B. Whitehead
and W. A. Clifton, defendants.
Sail defendant, W. A. Clifton will
take notice that he Si as been sued in
the above named court to quiet
title to and remove clouds from title
nf southwest quarter n'ortlueast quar
ter, uortawest quarter and west half
southeast qwrrter northwest quarter
and southwest quarter northwest quar
ter and northwest quarter southwest
quarter and north - half southwest
quarter sou to west quarter and west
half northeast quotrtw southwest quar
ter and ouJia half southeast quarter
northeast quarter ond southwest quar
ter northeast quarter and east half
southeast quarter northwest quarter
a;id cast liulf northeast quarter south
Airst quarter and north tiulf oouUi-
.-.st quarter southwest quarter and
i-ortli half north Oiulf southeast quar
ter section 25, township 2 svuth, range
S went, all in the county of Carter
uruu stale of Oklahoma, and muut
answer the petition filed therein by
said plaintiff on cr before the 15th
May of April, A. D., 1921, or sail pe
tition will be taken an true, and a
judgment for ''aid plaintiff in said
action according to the grayer of
plaintiff's "petition will be rendered
Oiled tihis 3rd day ot March, IKill.
( .1 l-:.'5E J. XASLEV.
i Court clerk.
Win. G. PavisMin,
Atty for Plaintiff.
f'iblisheJ In the Ardinoreile ilordh
.. id. 17 and 24, 1921.
BR. E. E. IIEFLIN OF
OKLAHOMA CITY IN
OF PUBLIC SAFETY
Dr. T. E. Hoflln cf Oklahomu City
is making the race tbU t-prlng for
'.ommlssloner of public safety. Aid
more people will be Interested in his
lection for the reuttun that lie was
heard at Lone Grove in this roiuity.
II- is the son ot A. Helin who baa
ij'fii engaged in the drug business
A Lone Giove for a great number
i,f years ond Is one of the most
I Ueable men In Carter county. He
; a brother to Mrs. A. P.. Adams of
ir. Hcflln U known among hL?
liriids as F.mti. He soont nuiny
. . a i- i In su-hool in this cify, gradimt
nis from Hargrove colWo and ojso
fiotn a business college here. H
speni four years lo colJegw in, Saint
loul and buu built up a very lucra
tive practice as u dentist.
Carter county never raised a finer
young man than Kmet llefllu. lie
coiuen from gnoU blood, l e hat built
his life upon u platform of Industry
and honor and useful work and It
Oklahoma City knows him a-i we
know hint down here that city will
not pass up n opportunity to put him
in the public wrvice.
Gl'AKDlNG N KG ROUS AGAINST
POSSIBLI1 MOB I.YMHLNG
Okmuljei.. Oklx, March 3. Deputy
sheriffi, havtng in custody Oiurlie
Clatk and F.. CI. Wallace, i.egrovs, ac
cused of Ehooling lo dath William
Dettthrldge, a white man, at becg
IsM nllx, left Okmulg' thu mom
tug for another cou
niy in num vi ,
which they refused to divulge, In
order to prevent a posmble lynching.
j The negro were placed lu jail here
I bit night following the killing, but
I early this mor ning, word from Igf
! that on finery crowd ws preparing to
I come io OLfiiulgee iti an effort to
1 lynch the negro cuuaed the officer
to spirit them away.
,ntiinnlie Sltow, March S-R'U-l!
Fine Cut Flowers
Freah from our green
Sweet Peas, Carnation,
Lilies, Calendula. Snap
drajron, in good quality
701 Ut Ate. N. W.
; HAROLD WALLACE WILL
BE ONE OF SOLOISTS IN!
THE EK'S MINSTRELS !
j Another big rehearinl wu hell for
! the Elk's Minstrels laat night and
1 the members have made such wonder
' ful progress that the show will be
I "more thiui rnJy" by next Munriay
! ami Tuesday night, director luaper
I The opening feature, whiWi is the
real old time minstrels of years gone
by, will present home of the, old
popular songs of sixty years i.ko. To
the younger people these songs will
be new and to the. oldr folk?) they
will recall many ilea.-ont memories
of the days goneby.
Among the soloists who will rend
er the bongs In this uct are. Harold
Wallace, Ralph Wlsner, Herschell
Scivally and Dr. II. T. bucas; about
twenty other performers will assist
in making this one of the big acts
of the show.
Mrs. K. S. Gardenhiif, Ardmore's
most popular and talented eutertainer,
will present a novelty singing and
dancing act that is one of the star
features, and will present Mrs. Gar!
enhire In a role quite different from
those she has appeared iu before.
Harold Wallace, one of the bright
stars ot the show, whose sotig "Coou
bye S-usaii Jane" will be a riot. Harold
will also dance and has consented to
resiond to us many etveores the
The sale of reserved seuts will j
open at the Palace Theater Trlday I
and from the number of tickets that j
have been sold by the members it is j
evident a big -rowd will be on hand i
when the sale begins.
Vie Ardmorelte Want Ads for sure
By KITH NOLAN
The unual club meetings will fea
ture the 9-jc-ial activities for this week
ond. They Include the meeting ot the
Thimble Tea club, Priday afternoon at
Bhe homo of Mrs. 1). C. Pltzgerald
on 1 street and Fourth avenue, south
west. In the morning the laJlea of
Dornick Hills Country club will as
semble at the club links for their
regular week-end games of golf and
1 o'clock luncheon.
On Saturday afleniotn at 2:H0 o'clock
the Junior Philharmonic ctub will
meet in Ijruiightly uei-jtlon at the
Cmrmber of Commerce. At the last
meeting of the club that of February
19, at wtlik'h Open llous.. was cele
brated, more than scventy-l'ive guests
were present to enjoy one of the test
programs given by the juniors fvr
Mr. John "ialt will be hwitess to
the members of the Chickasaw chapter
of the United Daughters of t'h Con
federacy on Saturday afternoon in the
Gall home en D street northwer-'t.
Ttie nrxMmg ceremony of Miss Mar
tina SprvkclmeyiT, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Hprekelmeyer of 1104
Third avenue southwest, to .Mr. F.. F.
Ouillot was quietly solemnized Wed
nesday ufternovn at St. Mary's Catho
lic church at 3:30 o'clock in the pres
ence of Mrs. C. A. CoakUy, Mr. anl
Mrs. I A. Sprekelmeyer, Mr. and
Mrs. .1. G. Sprekelmeyer, Mrs. J. M.
Sprekelmeyer and daughter. Jewel Ma
rie cf Fort Worth, Texas, and Mm.
M. Gorman. Father .1. J. Wallrupp
read the marriage vows.
Hie hriJe) wore a luilleur of navy
blue triootin with trimming of
aluminum grey, with hat, gloves, foot
wtar and btoune in harmonising colors,
Followlnr; the ceremony tiie wedding
party motored to tlie hom of the
bride whr a delicious luncheon was
served. The ton was very beautiful
In Its decorations of sweetly scentoJ
narcissis, daffodils, King Calendula
and a varty of flowering plant. The
... Idirilnu table was centerd with a
large vane of daffodils ami ni rci-tfin.
and brown candle niicks holding yel
low candles with yellow shades and
t.rd wlt'a fluffy tulle of the rurne
color, which were pl.icU at the fuur
Mr. and Mrs. fiuillot left on the
late aAernoon train for New Orleans ,
I A., where they will spnnd everal
weeks. They will reside in Aiduore.
Mr. r.lullkut it associated with tflm ,
Culllolt and ifull real entaie compuiry. i
h;n b.en remodeled
and rovera th entire
Urk Of the Mar-rihen V
Mllllnerv Company '-IKi
itore. h'ulljr equipped ' CdJS
for rery woman s JJ
Also P.ei-'t Ronm.
Kormerly of the
MAY CANCEL AUTO
IN CITY OF ARDMORE
Several insurance men of the city
are alleged to he considering discon
tinuing all automobile Insurance bus
iness, for the reason that losses from
theft and fire In this locality has
become so great that they are not
willing to carry the risks further.
One prominent insurance man stated
this morning that, he was going to
cut out that branch of his business,
and gave as his reason thut a stolen
car was rarely recovered, and that
fires were becoming too frequent for
the welfare of the business.
"Auto thieves have flourished in i tt n ,h., i,n-M
this locality." he said, "and 1 have' lhM s ,
rarely heard of one being raught,
whether it is the fault of the officers
or not. I am not prepared to say, but
the fact remains that a thief can
seem to get away with most anv kind
of a car. and never be heard of again.
"The matter of a reward for a sto
len car Is about the first question
propounded by headquarters when a
theft is reported, and unless the re
ward 13 equal to the value of the car.
the owner seems to be out of luck. 1
am not charging any officer with dere
liction of duty but there Is something
j wrong In the pyatem that needs a dras
"It Is going to be hard for a good
. citizen to get auto Insurance in Ard
more on account of the many crooks
that manage to get by with It, but the
i citir-ens cannot blame a company for
declining to do business where the
i chances are stacked against them to
' go with."
i Another representative of a large
company said, "The officers seem to
I be so busy trying to run down a boot-
legger, or someone for stealing a goat
or a shoat, that they have no time to
' attend to eiich a trifling matter as the
theft of a valuable car. I for one am
going to be pretty sure of my man
before I Issue any more automobile
Insurance lu the future."
MUCH INTEREST IN
RAT KILLING; CITY
IS BUSILY ENGAGED
IN A REAL CLEAN-UP
Mrs. A. K, Adams in epeukintc over
the phone Ibis morning from the
northwest portion of the city a.s the
people In her part of the city are
Cleaning their premises und vetting
tvady for the trucks that wlM haul
the truuh from the city. Mrs. Aduiuu
expresses delight that all the people of
Ihe county are organising to destroy
the rats that Infest the country. She
had twelve small chlckeus and the
rats caught tea of them one night
and two the next and she suys that
it will be Impossible to raise u chick
en unless the rat campaign N put on.
She also stated that one of her neigh
bors purchased a number of frying
chickvus and every one of them wan
killed by the rats.
The Ardrnoreito callixi up a num
ber of people from different sections
of the city toduy und about the same
reports are made. The people are
bu:y cleaning up, they aie plantiug
gardens and flowers and getting ready
for the Kpring.
Hotel Mulkey hxs phoned the Ard
morelte that it will put (IU In to
the fund to desiroy the rats aud the
Ardmorelte Is ready to give the same
amount und If every man who is In
terested In the destruction ot this
pe-it will do llkewlso there will be a
fund that will bo used in destroying
every rat In the county.
l.i:S IP DAY NOJ'K'K
KVKRY ONK HAYING Kl ItUISII
TO ItK KKMOVKH TOMORROW
PIT llli; KUWHNH Til VI WILL
ItlK.N. AND CANS AND OIIII1K
THAT WILL NOT IU KN IN Dlr
H.RKNT KKCHI'TULIH. PI I
YOl'lt RITtUISII IN Tlir. PARK
WAY WHLTtti IT CIS ItH KYSIIY
POIND AND CAl'SI'l NO DM .AY.
J. L. WILSON,
Adv. Street CoimnlsHloner.
SONY IIIRMLD (iRASH FOR
VOl'B LAWS. .KT II AT I OSTLICS.
o Very Unusual Values
$5.00 and $10.00
Tho jnoMt exceptional value prevail readily
understood when you realize that we are
equipped and can make these hats in our own
work rooms, thereby eliminating all extra
profit and expense.
Don't Forget the Dates, Friday and
Saturday, March 4 and 5
Our rellocking and dye rooms are in oper
ation. We are here to surve you.
,Von .Weise Building
J " ,
BY BILL KKOHN
Most of the' "inside dorpe" we hear
about nowadays is inside the crtlars. ,
Seems that every time we believe
we have benn successful in forgettin?
the "days of real sport" along comes
a fellow like "Pussyfoot" Johnson '
iirid reminds us of them again. J
Isn't the 'prdnibition law sufficient
to limit immigration without the pass- i
nit of additional laws to bar it?
Guess it's true in war business as ;
That "when a fellow gws in aj
certain occupation it's hard to break
away from it." (
For here comes ok.ng Ormsby, the
big league ball player who was wound-:
ed In the war.
And aaks for a Job u an umpire.
Seems like h gets off f one bat-
tletield and wants to get right on an- j
Wo tlkln't ride in tihe aeivplane like
we expected today, but a member of
an undertaking firm went along with
the trade excursion, anyway.
A return match will be staged be
tween Hilly Edwards and Sailor .Tack
Wood of Ardmore. Tiiese two wrest
lers sure Oo put on a great bout, and
the lovers of the sport of Ardmore
are glad to hear that thuy will grapple
in this city again.
We hope Jack gets to wear that
championship belt that Edwards prom
ises he will bring along.
Wrestling Is taking great with the
boys in the oil fields. Carl Wilson,
chnmpion welterweight of t'ho Hewitt
field recently grappled ' with Harold
Thomas, the middleweight champion,
and the bout resulted In a dtww, the
fl-st fall gvlrvi: to Thomas, the sec
ond to Wilson, ond the bout was
stopped before a third fall was retfls
ttred, both iiinn being eihautited.
P.et steen 10 one that I'iie first ques
tion the natives of 'any of the towns
visited by the Ardmore Trade Roost
ers pup will be "What about the
Clara Smith trial?"
We bet our observation popt in the
district court room ngainst a doughnut
thut the first question asked by tlie
natives ot the- towns visited by the
Ardmore trade bootrte-rn will be "What
about the Clara Smllili trial?"
IS BATTLRY HUCTICF
Detroit. March 3. Pattery men of
the Detroit Americans were to get In
fheir first work at the San Antonio
training ramp today, according to
dispatches received here. A heuvy
rain forced Coach Dan Howley to call
off the Initial practice yesterday,
NFCOTI VTIONS l .NDLK WAV
i or URi u:(;n: baskitibyll
CJilcago, March 3 PranohUes In
the national major basketball league
have been awarded to P.rooklyn, J'hil
adeljiliki, Boston and Patterson, It waa
Made To Order.
are the same us a garment made to
ordr. IT fits good you lie It you
wear It longer, aud above all you are
satisfied. When window shades are
made to your window measurements
every rhade Is carefully squared and
handmade, one at a time, on the beat
guaranteed rollers for about the name
or les cost than stock aliadn. Write
for free samples ond price list. Send
us your old rollers and we will put on
lew cloth of any kind you select Having
you Sic to 00c on each shade. Pull
ulates on houses and building fur
nished fre prompt service.
K. C. Window Shade Co.
1074 Oak &t. Kama City, Ma.
anounCrj uJ,iy by William H.-piiillnl '
one vr tr.e o'gLtinwrs oi u.h nv n
I cu.t in the professorial .l.-parim nt
I ot that sport. New York already is in
j the ciroujt, so places for three other ;
i cities are o,n. Negotiations are pro- ;
ceeQing. it was said, with Springfield,!
Mass., New Haven. Conn.. Hartford,
Conn., Trenton and I'amden. N. J. ,
Several applications have been receiv-
h1 from Pittsburg, it was said, but
it i planne.1 to tnoluile that city in
an American leapu circuit, embracing'
ChicaKV. Cleveland, ("incinnntl. lit-troit. ;
Akron. T.leOn, Louisville. lHiyton anil 1
BILLY UPWARDS AMI JCK j
WM)I MKl.T A(il M K('H 1 1 !
r.iu.. v,i,,ni. i i n.et SniW .Tuck
... ,' ' . .n i
Wood -here on March 14. .n a w,, ling ;
uoui 10 a iiru.Mi. j m.i mau-u iiu.t Urn'
)ookPti forward to ever since these two .
grappUrs wvwttej to a draw here sev- :
Weeks ago, under Police Gazette j
The former match was pro-
c)aimj ly an w ho witnessed it as :
,ile most j,Xcitinj athletic tv-mest ever'
'conducted in this city. '
HornUiy on Third
St. Louis, March 3. Rogers Hornsby
league batting champion, will be lived
at third base by Hie St. IajuIh na
tionals when the series with the Phil
adelphia Americans starts in Hous'on
Saturday, according to a dispatch
from Orange, Texas, where the Cardi
nals axe training.
Hnrrodjy will fill the grip occasioned
by the won-appcarance of Mlltvn Stock
and wcond base will be taken ca.re of
by George Topforcer, of Syracuse, N.
Y., who has attracted favorable com
ment 1n his early performances, de
spite the fact ihe wears spectacles
Advices from Hogaluwa, La., where
the St. I,ouis Americans are training
indicate the plu'iiers are having ail
the besl bf It us the result of an extra
week of work. In a game between the
"regulars" anJ "Yanigans" yesterday
the former won 4 to 0.
Rig Ifugue .Man to Oklahoma
St. Louis, March 3. Hobby P.yrne,
former third ba-wnum for Pitt.'burg,
and St. Louis Is the national league,
has signed as manager of t'he Miami,
Okla., team in Ihe new southwestern
league, and will also uct ns captain
ty was announced here today by Ben
ny .Meyers, iprioeru in ini' emu.
Meyers has signed 31 plavcis from
St. Txiii and nearby towns and will
start Wiem in Iniinlnu here March
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many friends
for their llioiinhtful attentions, and
for their many floral offerings dur
ing the Illness and death of our
mother and wife, Mrs. Alice Hutchins.
HMLF.N HUTCH INss.
MRS. I A) LA itOUCHKR.
Why don't you moke
some delicious cookies
with Karo ?
There isn't a greater treat than Ginger
Cookies or Spiced Karo Cookies. It's
hardly any trouble at all to make them.
Try this recipe:
1 nip Karo
1 cup Browa Sugar
Jjrop Swtetot 3cruf
Flour to make a soft dough, roll thin,
cut with cooky cutter, and bake in a
slow oven. Sugar can be sprinkled
over top for variety. Chopped nun or
raisins can be added. ,
Give the children plenty of Karo on sliced
bread or toast. It's good for them, end
gives them lota of energy.'
WALLACE BROKERAGE CO.
Loral Saht Rrpnttnlatiet
Oklahoma City, Okla,
FRET!: Writ for t.esuti-
page Look Book. Corn Prod,
nets Refining Company, P.O.
Boi 161, New York.
PLENTY OF MONEY
WAITING I OH YOU now. Are you ready? If no. see
If. C. Tute for Loans on any kind of Improved City
Property. $1,000 loan repaid at $M.'Jl) per month.
Next inspection made Thursday, March 10th. Get
your application in by then.
II. C. TATE
3 'a West Main
ARDMORE LIVESTOCK SHOW
March 9, 10, 11 and 12
it s toasted
To seal in the
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our good friend
and neighbors, and the Ludies .Aid
Society of the First Kaptist church,
for their kindness ami help to us In
the loss of our home by fire. We
only wish that we could in some
way repay them.
NORA WILLIAMS, And Family.
Hemstitching anJ Picoling
While you wait. 10 cents per yard.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Special at.
leutlou to mail oiders.
SINGFR SPAYING MMHINF, CO.
I'D North Woshlnglou
I. B. HOWELL, M.D.D.D.S.
Associated with Dr. N. C. Wood.
Deutal X Ray Laboratory.
3i West Mala Pboue "Q
UOI.LAIt DOWN DAY
AT SN BED'S
Saturday we will have
another of our big Dollar
Down Sales. Any article
in our big stock from
$5.00 to $75.00 will be
delivered for a cash pay-
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Sneed Furniture Co.
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