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Ardmore, Monday, "January 1', 1906.
THF DAILY ardmoreite. ,l I Kirn Ktpprli Trlrl.nl In llUtlii Htilftl.tiiK llriil I'lolii Hit- Sjiurloiin. ir ( i!1mi' TK'!. In llic utl.k Miiif- .I7!li v(lS llll llUll('llltll' llf llWlill MI.ll Hit I'l'lll fl'O.ll KpUI'llltlM IHltillUltilM. JIi i'.' N ono of hi nnocilotiM: At I hups tin1 forger Ik content to tfllii .tiii n ut f nunii'iit.s of niicleiit vflsert or mhiu.",Ic uixl colnplete thorn with vny in- pl;iier of iarla. Those new "U" v.i in s lie then pnliiln tip nml mM t tlic uimuipei'tlng. nml unmet line stm- ) ik. inircliiiner 111 rv.il iuitl(iicv Tin' Mory I told of a forger In Ailu-in tlmt lie irotele! tlml when lie hntl i'.i slii I "Improving" hii iintUpie hu liiiu M ir oiiltt not itlway tell where the p inline part couaoil nml the false he Kan 1'iMtor "Well olrcilinatniiee It tuny not lie wondered tlmt at timet ru n exjierts nro tricked. The following Incident howa how furies-leu turn up iu very unexpected I'l.h i s: One hot dny iwrtj of us wore i.mIii.K tip n Bleep ascent In the Ixl.nnl oi McIm when wo mw above im n luinil.er of Greek aentod im n pnrnpei or rulim. We hail Iteen enilslng Ioiik iiMiiigh among the .ICgeon ImImiiIk t l.imw that theso people of the place h.'.'l ti ii our ship drop anchor In the wnte 1 ;.iw n nl were imw waiting to sell r . iihti'lilltles. At the sight of tin K; one of our numlw, n tlrch .1 liwoiiinii, serumblwl ahead of 11 f ' i lie top, where we could soon m I . wind blown nnd outlined ngitiiist 1 l.f Mue sky. Itargnlulng for a vii-e When we renehetl the top after a more leisurely cluiih she put her purchuse i.i my lunula nnd nsked mc what I tliotixlii of It. My hands were moist with puv Fplmtloii from the exertion of the vllinl and for answer to her queaUou I lie!.', them out to her nil hlncUened , froi.i Kraplng the vase. The sweat had at tact. til the modern paint with which K was covered, nnd by tlnw comluK o.T tin my hands (he color had betrayed ltt falsity. The whole vase had been patched up from six or seven piece 1 and then painted over to conceal the repairing. CONCERNING DREAMS. Iltlen 1 ii it I I'll I a- 11 Merlon llln-n Tilt llllnil See In llri'iiios, Harvey, who discovered the clrctil.i tlon of the Mood, Is said to havo re corded a di earn In which a buinblelav KtuiiK lit 111 In hi loft thigh, on a plac:' where a couple of days later appeared an uuly ulcer. Malcsherbe, the re nowned French author, found himself In a dream attacked by a rowdy, wh) Mnbbcd him In his loft lirenHt with a dagger In an area where the fullowlu:: evening he felt the llrst attack of r.c vero pneumonia. "The archlreti of medical reports," sura Dr. Axel Kiull (Jlbsiui, "are heavy wllh canex of similar character, which hare either received no explanation at all or elc have been explained away entirely." Dr. Olbion en IN attention to tin fact that dreanw depond op some nthe media than those ltuown m the live senses. A conclusive evldouce In fa vor of this view N fount! In the rt cumstanciM that even the blind a: able to see In dreams, as nltwsin ex perlences recorded by Helen Keller "Illlnd Tom," the pact lilHtn sad oth era, hcuco the cuiicltulou komuk to be unavoidable that It U only ti fr a. physical vision Is concerned Uit tlie optic nervo guides and limits the uld of vision. This same author nrrlreti it the Or diictlnn that dreamhig and waking CAt fer In degree and foun of ininlfrvita tlon only, not In principle sad ace "Like waking coiudsusiiMti," he trn-s "the dream rovenU, but doeti ant itp ate. The same world that arrd the vnklug Indlvldaal .uri'uuji; th dreaming, only the TlewuoiuU taj media of observatlixi siv chsuirnl." Chicago News. M'ns Jtisl 11 Ilrrmii. ".Some old frtlnw tm- t Ft tii who has been In this section f th country for a goud many yearn one dreamed that thnv was mi Indian massacre on the wuniinll of aUeun mountain, lie afterward l)i;.in to tci that dream, and at Imcth told the st ry for the tiuth. Tlmt dresm haw gone down In history as an actual fact There never was n mnKtacrc lai thi.. luonniain, nor even a battle or any sort. In early days, after he establish in -ill of Fort Kill, the soldiers had signal station there, built the hotuc that Is now crumbling In ruins and possibly observed the maneuvers of many Comanches." Lawton News Republican. A .Nil 1 11 nil lufi' roucr, Sa year-old Fawny, Just roturnea from Sunday school, seemed to have something on her mind. "Mother," she said after awhile, "they must have bad very large beds In Hlble times." Why?" asked bur mother. "Well, our teacher told us today that Abraham slept with his four fathers." Harper's Weekly. Hot Wilier. Nothing Is butler to take on rising than a cupful of hot water. Ono hot drink on an empty stomach clears the system for tho day, and for many por tions a tubleupoonful of lemon Juice iu creases the elllency. Taken on golns to bed without lemon, It will help ta Induce sleep. I tot li night nnd mornliu It has the effect of helping to clear tho complexion. Iluiv it llaiipciit'il. "1 suppose hu clasped you In uN nnui wl i'ii the canoe iiMot?" ".No; quite the opposite." ' Quito the opprwlto?" "Yes; the canoe upet when ho clash ed me In liN iirms." FORGING ANTIQUITIES. 1 1 , -i ucss. N ray. l' . I ' 1 so much ns kind' .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. ;. .;. : ! LOCAL UNIONS. -f .;. .;. 4. .;. . . .j. : : ! : : INTICUNATIONAh TYPOUltAPlltC Al UNION. No. 610 Meets flrt Sunday In each month, at 3 p. m. J. W. (lollcdg?, president; Allison Coleman, Secretary. RKTAtl, CLUNKS 1. I'. UNION, No. 0.15 Mcsts secrnd Monday night In each month. 0. C. Snln, presi dent; I S. Shclkuwlt. secretary. HAltmSHS' JOU11NKYMHN INTHIt NATIONAL UNION Meets llrst and third Mondny nights In encli mnnth. Jim Klhlni, president; HI mer Wright, socrotnry. INTERNATIONAL IIIIOTIIKUIIOOI) . .OK KLICCTltlCAL WOUKHHS Meets second nnd fourth Friday nights of oacli month. H. M. Parkor, president; A. A. Iloleoinh, secre tary. 1UCKIAYHKS MASONS' AND 1USTHUHRS' INTHItNATIONAL UNION, NO. 0 Meets every Tues day night. J. II. Dixon, president; A. 11. Hrown. secretary. ISAMSTIOHS' UNION, No. RS3-J. II. DeArinond, president; O. V. Young, secretary. CAUl'ICNTHItS' AND .lOINlCUS" OK AMMUICA, No. 1028 MeeU every Thursdny night, 7:30, nt Union Hall. v 11. ICcenur, presldenL Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid Them. More fatalities have their origin in or result from a cold than from nny oilier cause. Tills fact alone should make people more cnre'til as thero ts no danaer whatever from n cold when It Is properly treated in 1110 iioginning. For many years cimmiiorinin a uourii Remedy has boon recognized as tho most prompt and offectual modlclno In uso for this disease. It acts on na ture's plan, loosna tho cough, ro llovea the lungs, opens tho secretions and aids naturo In restoring tno bvr torn to a honlthy condition. Sold by .1. Rainsoy, w. 11. Framo, Animoro Drug Co., llonnor St nonner. Pliono 205 for feed, cotton Rood meal and hulls. 23-tt HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES. Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe. Golf Tournnment, Moxlpo City, Jnn 1st to 12th. Rate $39. Annual meeting Oklahomn Hoard of Agriculture, Guthrie, O. T., Jan. l&tli in 0 1 1 1 . Unto S1.45. Stock Judging and Seed Selection of tho Oklahoma Agricultural ami niocn nlcal College. Stlllwator, O. T., Jan, 8th to 11th. Rato $5.85. W. A. DAS HI ELL, T. A. Rock Island. Golf Tournament, Mexico City, Jnn 1st to 12th. Rato $39. W. A. DASHIELL, T. A. Frisco. Golf Tournnmont, Moxico City, Jnn 1st to 12th. Rato $39. Golf Tournament, Mexico City, Jnn 1 to 12. Rato $39. W. A. DASHIELL, T. A Election of Officers. On Tuosday, January Oth, 1900, ho twoon tho hours of 10 a. m. and 3 p m thoro will ho a mooting of the shareholders of tho First National bank of Ardmore, Indian Torrltory, at Its ofllcos In Ardmoro. Indian Tor rltory, for tho purposo of electing six directors to bcrvo ror 1110 onsntni; year, O. U ANDERSON. Cashier. First published DoccniDor 15, 1005. Share-Holders Meeting. Notice la horobr given that thoro will ho a meeting of tho shnro holdors of tho City National Rank of An! moro. I. T.. at tho olllce of said bank botwoon tho hours of 10 n. m., nnd 4 p. in., on Tuesday, Jan. Oth. 1900 for tho purposo of electing seven dl rectors to servo tho ensuing year, A. H. PALMER, Casftler, Dfc. 9. 1905. First publlsliod December 11, 190S WARNING ORDER. In tho United Slntos court In tho Indian Torrltory, Southorn district: Mnttlo Martin, plaintiff, vs. L. W Martin, dofomlnnt, No. 104, Marietta Tho defondant. U W. Martin, is warned to appear In this court in thirty days and answor the complaint of tho nlnlntlrt. Mnttlo .Martin. Witness the Hon. Hosea Townsend Indue of said court, and tho seal thereof, this 4th, day of Deeombor, 1905. (Seal) C. M. CAMl'HELL, Clork. 11. G. HOUSE, Deputy, liddleman & Graham, altornoys. Attornoy for non-rosldent: G. II. Montgomery. First published, Doc. b, 1005. If a man could savo nil U10 money he thinks he would by not bolng mar ried, ho would havo so much ho wouldn't need to. Raokacho Is novor known to those persons who tnko an occassional dose of Plneulos, Tho vnluo of tho rosin obtained from tho plno tree has long boon recognized In tho treatment of dlsoasca of tho blndder and Uldnoys. Ono doso of Plnenles will glvo rellof, and ono bottlo will euro. Sold by City Drug Store. Our spices nro tho kind to uso at hutcliorlng timo. Thoy aro puro, froali, strong nnd of flno flavor. Cost no moro than Inforlor kinds olso-i whore. 31 F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist. Boy's Life Saved from Membraneous Croup. C. W. Lynch, n prominent citizen of Winchester, Ind., writes; "My lit tlo boy had n sovoro nttack of mem braneous croup, nnd only got relief after 'taking Foloy's Honey nnd Tar. Hu got relief aftor uno doso nnd 1 feol that It saved the llfo of my boy. Rofuso substitutes. City Drug Store, A man hates to seo his sister get married bcauso ho knows what mon ' nrt'. al1 no despises her if nho 1 doesn't.. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. To the Honorable llosea Towns- nd, Judge of the United States ootirt In the Indlnn Territory, Southern .lla trtrt, at Anlmore. In the limtter of Klatt, Davonport Co., n imrtnorshlp, nml .!.(?. llatt nnd S. O. Wood 44 Individuals, laiK rupts. In Imtihruptcy. The llrm of natt, Davenport k Co. nnd J. O. Ilntt and S. O. Wood ImllviliiHlly as members of said Ann, of Ardmore, In the Southern district of the Indian Territory, respectf.illy represent that on tho 11th day of Novemlwr, lHOfi, last iHist, 11 and they were duly adjudged bankrupt under the acta of congross relating to bank ruptcy, that It and thoy have duly surreiidorud nil Its nnd tliolr proper ty anil right of property, and have fully compiled with all the rcipilre metits of said acts and of the orders of tho court touching bankruptcy. Wheroforo It nnd they pray Uiat It and they be decreed by tho court to have 11 full dlschnrgo from all debts provable against Its and tliolr estate imdor said bankrupt acts, ex cept such dohts as nro oxcepteu by law from such dUchnrgo. This Do cembor iL 1005. FLATT, DAVlSNI'OItT fc CO. J. 0. FLATT anil S. G. WOOD, Dankrupt Order of Notice Thereon. Southern District, Indlnn Terri tory. On this tho 1 ltli day of December, 190B, A. D., on rending tho rorcgoing petition. It Is ordered by tho court that a henrltm lie hnd upon the snmo on tho 16th day of Janunry, loofi, A. I)., before said court nt Ardmoro, In dian Territory, in said district, at J o'clock In tho forenoon, nnd that no tice thoreof bo published In the Ard morolte, ti nowspapor printed In said district, and that nil known creditors nnd othor persons in Intorost may ap pear at said tmo nnd place nnd snow cnuso, It nny thoy have, why th- prayer of said petitioners should not be granted. And It Is furthor ordered by tne court that tho clerk shall send by mall to nil known creditors copies of said potltion and this ordor, address ed to them at thoir places of res!- donee ns stated. Wltnoss, tho Honorablo Hosea Townsond, Judgo of Bald court, an tho seal thereof, nt Ardmoro, In said district, on thu 14tli dny of Decem ber, A. D., 1905. (Seal. C. M. CAMPDELL, Clork of tho U. S. Court in tho In dian Torrltory, Southern Districl nt Ardmoro. Ry O. A. WELLS, Deputy. First publshod December 2C, 1905 Our buggloa nro stnndnrd brands, tho gunrantco that goes with them will stick. You mnko n mlstnko whon you buy from tho buggy poddlor. NORU2 UROS. WARNING ORDER. In tho United States Court In the Indian Territory, Southern District; .ino. a. liumoitrics, pinintiu, vs. Ella M. Humphries, defondant. No, C4S1. Tho defendant, Ella li. Humphries, Is wnrned to nppcar In this court In thirty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, J 110. A. Humphries. Wltnoss tho Hon. Hosea Townsend, Judgo of said court, and tho Bcnl thereof, this 22nd day of December, 1905. (Seal) C. M. CAMTRELL. Clerk. Ry O. A. WELLS, Deputy. J. C. Thompson, attornoy. Attornoy for Non-Uesldcnt, Vf. D Potter. First published Dec. 24. 1905. WARNING ORDER. In tho United Stntcs Court In the Indian Territory, Southern District: Emma Allen, plaintiff, vs. Natfinn Allen, defendant. No. C485. Tho defendant. Nathan Allen, is warned to nppcar in this court In thir ty days and answer tho complaint of U10 plaintiff, Emma Allen. Witness tho Hon. Hosea Townsond. Judgo of snld Court, nnd tho seal thereof, thin 29th day of Dccombor, 1906. C. W. CAUPRELL, Clerk. (Seal) Ry W. S. CROCKETT, Deputy. Potterf & AVnlkor, attornoya. Attornoy for non-resldeut, W. F. Bw inn n. First publlsliod Doc. 29, 1905. .WARNING ORDER. In tno Unl 'i States Court In tho Indlnn Territory, Southorn District; Sidnoy r Jmlth, plaintiff, vs. Dolllo L. Smith uofondnnt. No. 0459. The 'efendnnt, Dolllo L. Smith, Is warn' 1 to appear In this court In thirty day and answor tho complaint of tho pliuitlff, Sidnoy H. Smith. Wltnoss tho Hon. Hoson Townsond, Judgo of tho snld court, and tho seal thoreof, this 2nd dny of Decembor, 1905. (Seal- C. M. CAMPRELL, Clork. Ry W. S. CROCKETT, Doputy. Rrown Tumor, Attorneys. Attornoy for non-rosldcnt, S. II. Butler. First published Dec. 5. 1905. WARNING ORDER. In tho United Statos court In tho Indlnn Territory, Southorn district: Allco Gnnnnd, plaintiff, vs. Eltnora Gnrnnnd, defondant. No. C10G. Tho dofendnnt, Elmoro Gnrnnnd, Is warned to nppoar in this court In thirty dnys anu nnswor tho complali of tho plaintiff, Allco Garnand. Wltnoss tho Hon. Hosea Townsond, Judgo of said court, nnd tho scat thereof, this 5th day of Docombor, 1905. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELU Clerk. By O. A. WELLS, Doputy. Brown & Turner, nttornoys. Attorney, for nouresldent: Sam H. Butlor. Firat published, Doc. G. 1905. Ono night Is all tho tlmo necessary to nrovo that Plnouiea is tho best rem edy in the world -tor hjekacho and "li kidney and bladder irouoiea. 11 you have rheumatism or nny other bto-i'l dlfionso a s'liple rtn?p w.Jl g:ve reli' f Sold by City Drug Store. R.unai'ya Headache Klixlr nffordo almost Instant relief from nny kind of headache. No need of suffering. Try It. Money hack It your nro not satisfied. Price 26c. 31 F. J. HAMSIJY, Druggist. law vans WILLIAM W. WRIGHT. (lloKlntoreil Attornojr.) (Formerly with Dawes Commission.) Contests, Citizenship casus nnd other matters uoforu tho Interior De partment, Exclusively. Rooms 4u7 and 8, Corcoran llulldltu. Washington, D. C. HUGH W. McGILL, Attorney at Law. Office In Herbert Building. 201V4 West Ualn SL Ardmore, ... ind. Tor. Capt. J. W. Ellis. W. D. Halfhlll. ELLIS C HALFHILL, Attorneys at Law. Rooms 21 and 22, Homestead 11 hi 3. Olvll and Indhm business exclu sively. MUSKOOEK, IND. TER. RICHARD M. LESTER. Attorney At Law. Civil and Corporation Iav. Commer clal Collection. Estates Managed. Poatolllco Block. Ardmore, Ind. Ter. Notai-y In Olllce. OlIAS. J. ICaI'PLKIi Uomiiller "Inillan Lnn anil Trestle" C'iia.i. II. lluniLLAT Actlvu Court l'rnctltloiifr KAPPLER & TlliRILLAT Attorneys and Counsullors-at-Lnw I'nictlcu Iioforo nil Courts; Congross, Oo erumuut liupurtiiients mm commlHslons. I ml Inn CHauH h aiieclulty. OOlcv. llouil bill i.-. Wasltlncton, D. J. V. Cabell. E. I Dk CABELL A DEEM, ATTOnNTrS-'AT-bAW. Io a General Prectlc. OflUciH over Hotchkln' Jewelry STtn Ardmore, Ind. Tor. 4. C Potterr. E. A. Walkxsr POTTEKF- & WALKER. Attorneys ant) Counrellora at La- General Practice. Ofllcea over City National Bam, Ardmore, I. T. PHYSICIANS. DR.t FRED W. BATES. Physician and Surgeon. OUlcc Doak-Roblson Dldg. Rooms 7 nnd 8. Uliico Honrs: 9-12 a. m.; 2-5 p. m Phonos Ofllco 424; residence 455. G. E. GOODWIN, M. D. (Ofllce ovor Hall & Hlllis) Phonos Ofllco 349; roaldenco 307 R. D. Mooro. J H. Hargrao, Itos., phono 213. Res., phono 519 Ofllco phono 499. MOORE & HARGRAVE. Physicians and Surgeons. Ofllco In Fronsloy Building over Hotchklss Jewolry Store. Special attention to trcatmont of piles and diseases of women. DR8. BOOTH & BOOTH. Physicians ond Suraeors. Ofllco Phone 4. Residence Phon ..Office over Coleman's Drug Store.. DR. R. M. McCALL. Office Randol Building. Office Phone 672 Res. Thcire 68 Ol PHILIP STEPHENS. Office, Randol Balldlng Office phono 672. Residence 425. r.P.TOR HKLLEn.M.D. r. ii. hknkt, u.i Kai. Pboae 44 net. Phone ? Olio mn us mn KELLER A HENRY, rtiyaUlana and Surgevno. Ryo, Bar Note n Throftt BpetUlltti, fpeotaolei ti Br SUm at&cralalr Ctle OUloo over Ilonoer Si Donaer'i. Booms S 10 DR. J. M. VADEN. Physician tnd Burgeon. Office hours from 8 to U and I 4 and 7 to 9. Office Noble Building. Office phone C8 reeldeact 7L Dr. J. P. Fann. Or. E. J. Woodard FANN A. WOODARD, DENT1ST8. Offlce over Ramsey's Drua Ftoro. Phono 401. Ardmoro, I. DR. DUDLEY PAYNE, Dentist, Otflco over Bonnor & Donner'i Dru Storo. Phono 14C. S. A. BROWN. Real Estate. Owner of and has for salo tho Town slto ot Aylcsworth located' on tho Washita, midway between Ma dill and Durant. Olllco with J. T. Coleman, Court Houao Block. J. L. WILSON FREIOHT, TRANHFEH AND BAQGAQB LINE. OClce at American Restaurant. Reeldenee Phone 72. Office Phorn 7t ARDMORE SANITARIUM Una. IIAUDY A MoNKRB.Prnpi Surfrcry and Diseases ot Wonu , really COAL! SE COAL! McAlcster Lump, McAlcstcr Eijij, McAlestcr ut, Pcnn sylyania Antracite, Arliansas Antracitc Wo handle nothlngolno no clioap coal. Wo havo tho host equipped dollvory ytomlnthocItyiy)ui:et your cool thu, dny you order, TELKI'HONK 150 . . - jn. m. -r-w ft Mvik fTh A TV . U. 0RT KH CARTER g CANNON, agents HEPHHSCHTIHa TMB fOLLOWINO RILMOLI COMMdIH Commercial Union Ainaranco Company of Ixindon. Knuland 1'i.iatltin innumnvH Companr of Loailun, KnKlnml (Jucen Jnnurani'0 Compnny of New York Nlntrrn Flro of Now York I'hoonlx Inmirancn Company of Hartford, Conn. Orient Innur.iDCH Company, of llartfunl, Conn Flroman'n Kuml ot Han Franclnco Nonvlcli Union Innumncn Boolety of Norwloh, ISnKlanO Oerman Alliance Insnranco Company of Nov York Ocean Accident nnd Ouaranleo Corporation I'ruilontlal Llfo Innnrancu Companr Now Jnmey Plato rilas Companr Phonlxof Ilrooklyn.Phtlmlulphla Underwriters of PhllmlelphU, UprlDKllold of MasaobusettK, Liverpool, Londoa .t Olobo of Liverpool OfflCE IN CARTER-UOOKGH BLDQ, OVER V EKGUSmt RATES Florida Will sell, daily until April 30th, 190G, low rato round-trip tickets from all stations to cc-rtai 1 points in Florida and Cuba Jalso to certain points in Alabama, Georgia, Louis iana, Mississippi and South Carolina, Return Limit June 1, 1906 Through Sleepers and Fred Harvey Meals Let us furnish you rates, sched"" , descriptive literature and other information. W. A. DASHIE , Auc : D.C. 1'AttrtINCJTON.T. P. A. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma rE want f MaTwarwMMTiaMWTMaMM mw na, i aj 1 mm 111 w ai iaMaaajMaBaiaMaMajajMWi tMaMMMaWHMWWKiaTlWMI n I 1 Meet Ail Prices i body's price on Wagons. Buggios, Harness, Saddles, Stoves, Ranges, and in fact anything kept i n a first class hardwaro store, qual ity of gooda considered. Make our storo your head quarters when convenient. A welcomo awaits you. Same Old Stand NOBLE BROS. Cov.i; Ardmore. a. P. SELVIDQE, A. U. M., ACCTS., t ardmore. ind.ter.. J Js ,,..TiJ2lari:,0".ti th? 1,081 q"PIt. tho moKt practical, the most nrocrosslve and in BC""'.V'Ulncai coIibko Iu Indian Torrltory. nay nni I nliTht school 1 be e it lr nr .mihn, ,U'llh0.ltenl,, nl't,l,', c'."1 Itaout extra charifb. Tuition 110 per month or t .t n'lu'i81 oholwhll', """rd 110 to m.M per month. No Vcatlon. Pupl s may cnte ill! fern U" ThnSu''.'i, M iWd 0hn .U!Vr"8 or n""' nJvanco ni Ta'pldlf aH bis aldlll wA- V.Snklf: i.?i.r UKZ tr".lnl lk.ln "b'Ttost tlmocons stent wllh eulcleuoy. lteferenoe vnj bank or business llrm In Ardmnre. Pnr haihIiumi. h,i.... u " I HAL CANNON P. O. PHONE 224 J iTO: and Cuba K K. CLARK, D. P. A. Wichita, Kansas you to remem ber that wo meet any Wo Stand Alono on tho lumber Quostlon. If you want to build out of tho ordinary you cau always irotjuat such Bupiilles as you want at our yard. Wo have LUMBER for Christmas Olfts, and why not? A till! of ltimtiflr prosentoil to nmomliorof thu family for a contemplated bulldlnc Is a k-onorous act Whoever roeelvoa It will i'.?.IV0ir.0i,h?.n P'oaaad. Try It once and see It It Isn't so. EAST SIDE LUMBER COM'Y, For oataliiL-nn miiir.,. President, ArdniOTB, Indian TerrttSn 1