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. and Furnished .
Ueat to bo Had
W. H. Furgeson, Prop.
Everything New, Neat
Courteous and Polite
Attention. Table fart
the best. Rates ?i and
51.25 per day
WM. BUSTER, Prop.
E. P. LOWER
s in the paint busi
Leave orders at
Pioneer Drug Store
Ji. C. BAKER
All kind ol heavy work
.pees reasonable. Fonn
Farm and Chattel Loans
In Nauuii.il Bank Auilcling
RIIDfl TN' IS THE ONLY
Sne ARNICA SALVE
(lovernor IiO Oreo.
Lt, (lnv. .1. .1. iMi'Alinter.
Att'ny General (.'linn. .1. Went.
Sec. State Hen l' Harrison.
Auditor Lee Meyers.
SUtl Treas. - Itolwrt Dunl.
Exiiininuraiul limp. Ohas. A.
Corporation Commission .laik
Loru, Clmlriimn, liuo. A. Hun
bImw, A. 1. Wuton.
.luoticu Suprumo Court .John
It. Turner, Ohiof .lustico, Josso
.J. Dunn. M. il. lvauo, Sninuiil W.
Hays, KolKMt H. Willinms.
(Jlisrk Siipreiue Court W. 11.
Criiuinul court of Appimls
Hunry !M. Furnmn, Thomas II.
Doyle, .Inines It. Armstrong.
Gointuifwiouer lusunuiutt l
. A. Ballard.
Commissioner Charities -Kate
Couiuiisiouer tabor Charles
L. Da uglier ty.
SupU Pub. lint. K. H. Wil
son. V. S. Suustors Thos P. Gore.
Robt, Ij. Owoii.
CiMigroseinnu, ndOlst. Uiok
Dis. .ludgo, lSth'PUt? F. iI,
Stale Sftnatom", 15tli Dlit-Joe
Smith, Vwo. V. Barefoot.
lumbers Legislature (J. M.
iFullur, II. N. Christian.
County Judge Boss 0. Humu.
i County ClerkJohn D Pugh
fDiHt. Clerk - T. G. Oolko.
.'tSliurill -A. J. Blankenship.
'County Attonuiy J II ICorr
'.Rugistorof Duods Bon F Coop.
County Troas - I'M M West.
County Suiwriuteiidunt Schools
County Commissioners Clyde
Thompson A. B uentrj, S. E.
BILL Y SLEMP
Of Anadarko, 'vho met tlio Man
gum Farmer here on the mat
lat week. He was not in condi
tion fr the matf'i, but made a
good showing under the circum
stances. He agrees to accept the
Farmers lallenge which wa
published in undny s Demofrat
All he ask is for a little time to
get m pioper condition.- Place
and date will be announced later.
The south has one notable id
rantago ovr any othi )ortion of
the Tnited States, it m wtntlr
tli rough a long drouth until all tin
early mops of the year are de
stroyed and then plant and make
annfhur orop before front. This
is something than raunot lie done
in thu more northern regions.
Come soutS and ut in two years
Thoro is u strong probabilily of
Governor Cruce calling an extra
session of the legislnturH. The
rudistritfting bill will undoubtedly
IMiss at the present session of con
gress. I f does moat states will
need to adjust their congressional
dlstriot. When this is done it
should lie at a special session, so
as not to be contaminated with
any conflicting interests. All
attention should Ih uiveu to a
prudent and safe adjustment, re-
irimlloiw of the pereousl whims of
Bonus incoiniHttwut nnd ambitious
aspirants. Thu publio wlfre,
mthur tluiu prirnta iifotives should
govern the notuuiH of legislators
in this mutter.
. The dentil of Mrs. Nwrctss Ow.
un, mother of buuntor Owen,
marked thu imssing of a noted
ohamotur. She ass a lineal dis.
cui.daut of Powiitnn. of royal fn.
dian blood. She was also ever
dovutod to the .south, her native
laud, uiul did much to aid thu '
Confederate cinitio during thu oir 1
il war. I
If nothing serious hnppj'ns;
good nop ot full giirdcns will '),
rui-H as neuri) ntry ouo i-
L ' '
Tuscaloosa, Ala , July l7.-Pol
lowing an altercation in which
warm words were freely used.
Eugene Eugeno B. Tierce shot
mid killed Nick Houae yesterday
afternoon. The killing took
plnce on Tierces farm. nine
miles uorth of this city, and was
witnessed by two aona of Tierce,
a man mimed Chastine an'l his
two sons and negro. Conditions
in thi part of the state hae
been strained for some time. ai.d
it is reported that depredation
have been frequent. Ttor-e is
Hjid to have lost two houses by
fire, supposedly of incndia-'y or.
iin It is thought it was in re
ward to this the be engaged
House in conversation. Another
report is that Tierce challenged
him about killing his dog. and
I Iuse replied he did. and that
lu-would kill him (Tierce) too.
Wli. n K'liige's body was exmnin
1 d i is found that he was un
an -d rferce gave himself up
t ' sheriff.
v 'mIbrus July 17. -Nme
- wiTf lost in t?io flolliaou lie-
-ii tliH river IkmIs DiasanU
1 lp ii 1 111 the hah .J win river
1 1 1 iht, June 2H, according
' r printed In the Blue-
N 10magup. American, in
t .lit of July 2, just reseivetl
T collision took lnre
t midnight, throwing thu
mil pnssengers of both lxmts
p)iiu', leaping into the water.
n in'stigatioii of the catas
trophe." says the American,
i nuts to the fact that thu cap
tun of the Diasantojtfaa intoxicat
ud while on duty, and to this Is
laid the responsibility for the loss
of life and for Ibeloas of the Trma
whii'h sank soon after lielng hit.'
ROCK TSLAND TIMgl TABLE
734 East Bound . . 10 .-05 a. ra.
732 East Bound . .A :40 p.m.
731 S est Bound. .. 10:05 a m
733 West Bound . . 4:30 p. m.
54 North Bound . .10:40 a. in.
771, North Round . .' 3:35 J), ui.
7.V. Smth Biid . ,10-jOa.m
.j.5 Sontli Boiind . . . 4 -40 p. m.
Dr. King's Hew Discovery
KILLS THE COUGH. CI RES THE LUNGS.
At The Churches
M. Ii. South
Sunday Sohool, id a, m.
Preeohing, 11 a hi and 6 p in.
Tosolier's training class Sunday
Rev. Stanley, Pastor
Sunday.School, ttHoa tn
Preaohiug 11 a ui
Ereuiug services 8.
fut 1 p. in.
'. Fait. Pastor
Sunday School, ?45 a. iu.
Preaohiug, 11 a iu, and 8 p
Christian ISiiuavor 7 p. m.
Rev. f. y. Phnroa, Pastor.
Sunday School, l'J . ui.
Lpvwrth Tjw.ige 7 p. nt
All are tn'rtteil to1 attend.
Rv. PMitigton, pastor
Corner Ninth and Main.
Sunday Sohool W;30 11 m.
Preaphing by jwstor morning
t. in,; rs mi I witon in tnecitv
Mi-N 'ilt Pmi ,
The advertising committee has
said heretofore t'mt the ovtminol)
dry weather luTordod a strong rea
son for insisting upon the gunural
attetidauoe of the fanners of Cad
do county, at the npproachiug
(Supremo Distri t Agrinultundnud
Domestict Science School in An
adarko. That was sound talk.
It is a patent Fact, howuvor.thut
the rains that fallen since thou
have encouraged the farmers,
causing them to fuel that life is
more abundantly worth living and
that the good things of life are
Now, let us look for a moment
at some of the attractions of that
week's school course.
All leotnres will bo practical
and scientific. The following will
perform the active work of tlio
Prof. Roj C. Potts, bend ol' the
department of dairying iu the A.
& M. College. Stillwater.
Miss lrma Mathews, superin
tendent of Womau's Auxiliaries
of Fa v mere' Institutes, Oklahoma
I'rof. Joseph Watson, head of
the department of inuaio, Still
Prof. V. 15. Sohreibor, head of
the department of m physical train
ing. Stillwater. ?-
Miss I'.mma J. Boss, director of
physical training for women it A.
iV M. oolleie.
Miss Jeanette Taylor, professor
of domestic science, Connoll state
sohool of agriculture, Helona.
J. S. ilurray, state superinten
dent of Farmers' institutes, Ok.
V. R. iIc Bride, poultry man nt
A. & M. oollege.
Miss iMndge Sanders, instructor
ill piano Stillwater.
Dr. Calhcutt, state veterinarian
of the Board of Agriculture.
C. 12. Sanborn, head of donait
uient of entomology, Stillwater.
Arthur Skinner, instructor in
canning and presen ing.
S. A. Minear, department of
agriculture for schools.
C. It. Letteer, head of depait-
ment of aurriculture. Broken Ar
A. M. Ferguson, speoialilectur
er 6ti fanu crops.
Miss Iva McBiide, deiartmeiit
fl. D. Strother, instrnotor in
W.A. Linklater, head of iiui
nv; husbandry dopurtmont.
Miss Miuuie.Wultora, domostio
science, Haskell Hohool of agricul
Howard u. yetU8..inHger tks
partmunt of public speaking.
When to the foregoing list of
talent, is added the information
that there will he six days of ac
tive work, with a definite program
for each day. the conclusion that
the course of instruction is to hi)
a great treat iu every senso can
not be resisted.
Night suasions will Imgiu at H
The night lectures will bo illus
trated with lantern slides and
moving pictures will be shown.
So, it is plain that the waj to
attend this sohool courso is to
oome to town with the intention
of staying over night, at least, in
all oases whom this is ossible.
AiirnnOK'Mtn AHkpt'h mul ilwcrlptln wr
Vti kw n 1 'mil 11 01 in n free rnrrl m
t,li. 1 ' ,1ir T U '0 T 1,1 1. t
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imi filM. il l,t 1 u y f. . nMf -i
I'liutlltf tltMi II (lir j' Alt 1 l l .vulTf
tpteUlnHHt, w"i 1 it t urge, iu tu
A liPl1nnirlf Dtil lrl-l W"V'f I " it clr
'u . if 1711 nnllll't Mil, 1 Tj
jr.tr 1 1 r luiHtMx.fL bo4 uitmII TioifHinlr.
BEWARE OF SUDDEN ATTACKS
THAT MAY PROVE DEADLY.
YOU CAN SOON REPEL THE
MOST DANGEROUS WITH
THE MOST INFALLIBLE CURE FOR
COUGHS AD COLDS
AND ONLY RELIABLE REMEDY FOR
THROAT AND LUNGS
PRICE 50c AND $1.00
BHSI SOLD AND GUARANTEED DY Hi
The First National Bank
Condenied Statement of itt Condition at the cloie of Buiinoi, June 7, '11
Loam and Duconnn $ns s s
U S. Bonds and Fremiam 25,750'
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures , Is, ,-, ,
Cash Mid Sight Exeh 139 x ,
Total $3fn , 7
Capital s.ock $ no 000 '
Suplus and Earnings (net) 1 11 3'j 1 .
Circulation 24.500 1
Total., $39J, 7 -
This nbovo Statement it correct I. E. COX, Cash -
LARGEST BANK IN CADDO COUriTY
APPROVED RESERVE AGENTS r-OR OKLAHOMA SATt V . b
No Jfflcer, Director or Stockholder Owes the Bank a Dollar.
grown And rckw u-. WjMhi Sp
Try a flan iid
il ...ev leCTrtnin
i r ir
J-l W - J. W.?
(Hifh (Irida-HonuUr ?!)
Louu Peat 4T? (ticket uii canAeJ unaer the $me conditions as the famous New
State Peas. The qudtfy u wnilv. onty they are a little lug:r in size and a
little lower in nncc
The "'Riant r.Halsell-Frasier Co.
'n . ' . WVn' ... ictr., Cofiee Ruiuri, Manufacture
is in the
Other Raking Powders may make broad claims,
but when it comes to the production of real
delicious biscuit, cakes and pastry v
proves its real worth. This is because of
its murh greater lMcnni power and the
strict purity of its ingredients.
It costs only a trifle mote than the cheap
and biff can brand;, and much less than the
I rust UaJuig fodders.
Peati 3ret and Tender
ll jmiI Prlucd
New State Pea?.
Cinnd Peas which retain i' e flavor of iKr rr
bei fe a delight to ii'.iy. Tl "1
TO li. : ?E ASK FOR
N Stile PM are nrwvn in Ww30iin where the cli-.,-.
j miui .;e .v.itit.uve ,o the giowlh ot tlie swr .est,
noM t!fcio!S t-wH peat. They t'j ranncJ where
wtot Uns Wur.
pe Irrih from the gaidcn, yourmone
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