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Ardmore, Monday, December 31, 1956
THE DAILY ARDMOHCITE
L, P. ANDKHSUX, Freild.B
0, L ANUEHHON, Utlbt.r
FIRST NATIONAL MM
Capital Paid In
Saiplat yandi ,
Tb olflril b.a In In.llto i.r.-llurr locoonit ol nrrai nj InamitMli
lolUlltd npon lbs moil llbrril Kirmi aunilis. wlib gooJ htgktni
Incorporated.. Capital Stoc-t 725,000. Largett, mctt successful Qutl
nets College In Oklahoma. Best college building, best equlpincr: ,n
Southwest. Practical, Up-to-date. Unexcelled courses In
OOOKKEEPINO. DANKI'JG, PENMANSHIP, SHORTHAND, TYPE
WRITING. Our Motto: "No Better School at Any Price." Every teacher a
specialist. Every graduate In a position. Tuition and board reason
able. Reference: Any bank or business firm In Ardmore.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
G. P. SELVIDGE, A. M M. Accts., Pres. S. B. C.
.Turn a Mew LeaL i
F YOU ARE NOT ALREADY a customer
of ours resolve now that you will turn
a new leaf and trade where you can
fjet everything' good to eat under one
roof; where they Keep everything and
never try to substitute; where they sell so
fast that groceries are always fresh. Four
delivery wag'ons and one rush order
wagon. :: :: :: :: :: ::
FelKer, the Grocer
& & & & c-; s- & c-
i CLOSING OUT
iibi PRICES Diiai
Our lino of CooKing Stoves, Ranges, Sewing Mn
chincs, Guns, Ammunition, Cutlery, Etc. Vo
inust havo tho room for our frrowinj; Plumbinii
and Tin businoss, and x'-ill discuntmui' handling
tho nbovo. Como in ami got a bargain.
r-s -s H T. -JS r-s 3 y
It Costs Mo More
To buy standard goods and you always get more for your money.
Since you have heard of wagons you have known of the celebrated
The world's standard of a good
Stove is the
FAMOUS CHARTER OAK
Oui- line of John Deero Buggies,
Steel Ranges have no equal,
We will make It to your Interest to do your shopping here.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
This Is to certify that all druggists
nro authorized to refund our inuney
If Foley's Honey and Tar falls to cure
your coughs or cold. It stops the
cough, heals tho lungs nnd prevents
serious results from a cold. Cures
la grlppo coughs and prevcutR pneu
monia and consumption. Contains
no opiates. Tho genutno Is In a jei-
ii. r riiKNSLKT. vice rri (
0.1, UMJTIN. All ! Clltil.r
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ST 8T. ST- ST- ST ST. !T- IT- CT
Keating Stoves and .Majestic 5'
low package It, Tum' suhstltiitcs.
SoI(1 uv Uoffui.ni Drug Co., City Drug
Unless a man has more money than
ho knows what to do with lie enn't
afford to believe thai poverty and
happiness trot In the tamo clas.
Ladies of the Leaf.
I' II. nf lt. Ni i i V.nilk'lil""
IK Vl I'ii -.1,!, in. Mi- r.lU.ilKlh
linuiln In . 2nd Vice Pir-ldint. Mr.
Minnie Wall. H.-cordtiw 8esnttsry.
Mi- Mn AN xandct: Ciirit"pinllir,
Scriiiaiy, Mrs. Daisy Dunham;
I'rt im it. Mr Florence Doxtcrj
" i t i . Mri. Lotltla Loslbotter.
I'lm-rmii ( 'mn mil ten Mrs. Klsle
I'ni'iif Mrs. Ijiurii Marr, Mrs. Kllza
1'i'iii liiioiiMin. Mr. Nannie Reunie,
Mi ' Kluience Dexter.
Mu-ir Committee Mm. (Sertrudc
(liillhit. Miss Kay Uurnltt, Mm. Car
The club holds Its regular meeting
eiery other wwk from the first week
In October to the tint week In June.
n Monday, with It memhors ns re
corded In the annual year book.
President, Mm. C. I.. MrCann; 1st
Vice President. Mm. O. It. Webb; 2nd
Vice President, Mm. Walter Hardy;
Corresponding Secretary,, Mrs. C. K.
i Carter; Treasurer. Miss Zee Olive;
Auditor. Mm. II. F. MoKIroy; Libra
ilnn. Miss Sue Frame.
Program Committee Mlaa Vera
Olive. Mm. T. N'ornian. Mm. J. S.
Downard, Mm. C. 8. Mattnln.
Ili-gnlnr nieetltiRi of tho club are
held every Friday of each week from
2:30 to 5: 3D p. In., with one of Its
President, Mm. Milton lkard. Vice
President, Mm. J. H. Snyder, Secre
tary, Mlaa Virginia llrooki; Treas
urer. Mrs. Joseph Plttman.
This club inoeta the fourth Thurs
day In each month at the Fourth ward
Ferndale Review Club.
President. Mm. Milton lkard: Vice
Provident,, Mrs. J. M. Iximlon: Secre
tary. Mrs. W. II. llumpass; Treasur
er. Mrs. Anderton.
The rltib meets on Wednesdays of
each week with une of lta members,
from 3 to G p. m.
The Chautniiqua class meets Friday
of earh week with one f Its mem
bers. President, Mrs. Preston II. Wood':
Vlro President, .Mrs. Wiley II. llleak
more; Secretary. Mrs. II. II, Penning
ton. THE CHURCHES.
located on A street, northwest,
services every Sunday mornliig at 11
o'clock, nnd cvenlnir at 7:30; mid
week prayer lueeting un Wednesday
eienlng at 7:3U.
Pastor, Hov. S. II. Holmes; Klders
It. T. Dallas. I. It. licet. (!. 11. Webb;
Deacons, A. C. Young. L. II. love,
Win. Devlny, J. K. P. Campbell, J. M.
Sunday BCliool at 9:30 every Sun
day morning; I. It. Mason, guperln
teiident. Broadway Baptist.
Located on llrondway, betweun
W.ii.liliiKton nnd A street, northwost;
sen Ices eieiy Sunday at 11 a. m.;
pia.ier meeting at 7:30 Wednesday
Pastor, Itev. W. McKlnney; Dea
eons, D. It. Vernon. W. 13. Ityan, J. N.
Shlnholner. It. A. Wilson, M. M. firir
Ilth. .1. C. Freddy; Church clerk, C. It.
Iluehanaii; Church treasurer, A. 12.
I'.ni-liiesH session Wednesday night
after the first Sunday la each month.
j Cumberland Presbyterian.
1 Locutid at comer A street and
First avenue, southwest; services ev-
,! Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. In
eienlng at 7:30; mhl-weok prayer
meeting observed eiery Wednesday
evening at 7::!n; business session
first Monday night In each month.
Without .1 pastor at present.
Klders, II. C. Potterf, tid Ilyrd. W.
S. Smith, W. Kenncr, A. L. Cruce.
Located on 1) street, southwest;
services fiery Sunday morning at 11
o'clock and In the ovenlng at 7 -30;
Sutulny school nt 9:30 n. m.
I Pastor, Hov. dales; Vostrymon. J.
W. (lollcdgc. Sr. Wurden, C. O. lliinn,
secretary, chas. L. Anderson, A. O.
Kdwurds J. K. Humphrey, T. N, ltou
licit. Broadway Methodist.
Located, Corner of llroadway and
II street, northwest; sorvlcea overy
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, and ev
ening nt 7.30; mld-wtek prayer meet
ing eierv Wednesday evening at
7-30, choir practice overy Thursday
evening; biulncss sessions first Tues
day night in each month.
I Pastor. Itev. J. W. Sims; Stewards
,W. S. Wolverton, J. W. Hanks, Mor
ris Sass. P. P. Kearney, W. M. Owyn,
iC. K. Carter, Frank Freniley, It. W.
I Handid. Han Webb, W. G. DItzler. W.
Located, Corner llroadway and C
street, nortwest; services every Si'H
day morning nt 11 o'clock, ovenlng
servlci's at 7:30; prnyor meeting ov
ery Wednesday eienlng nt 7:30; bu
siness sessions nre called.
Pastor. Hov. C. C. Wclth; Llders,
David Hedfleld. W. I. Cruce, S. S.
Carr, W. P. Duff. Mr. Dawwiii, C. .Mc
Coy ; Treasurer, P. D. Maxwell; Dea
cons, Leo Crurc, L. P. Staplos, Fred
Carr, C. II. Clements, A. C. Straoh
ley; Trustees, Sam Noble, A. (J.
Cruce, O. M. Hedfleld, Lee Cruce.
Sunday school nt 9:30 evory Sun
day; W. I. Cruce, superintendent.
AID AND MISSION SOCIETIES.
Methodist Home Mission,
Tho Home Mission society of the
llroadway Methodist church meets
tho first nnd third Tuesdays In oach
month at tho chuich.
President, Mrs. Chas Maupln: Sec
retins Mrs H lns.-r.ini, Ticasur
ei, Mis V F liiiiiuglon.
Methrdnt Foreign M ssion.
Mectli.e ..f the II, .!. n
nclity i'i ill,' llri i u x M inuii-
! i u i ell uir !u'IU 111.' In ' IVr-J.n in
President Mm. II. W. U.ini.d: 1st.
Wco president. Mrs. W. F Whlttlng-,
ton; 2nd vice president. Mm Nettle'
Jones; o.d lire president. Mr, John
llofrmaB; CrroKndltit! -ii'ii'tnii,
Mrs. 1'. P. Kiarm; sWindlm; sccro-'1
tary, Mm. J. II. Woods.
Sunday school at 9:30 it. ni.; Su
perintendent. J. w. llankH, Hierstary.
Stella Jlutchcr; Librarian. John Holt
man, Jr. Eighteen classes.
Junior Cpwertlt League.
Junior league meet at llroadway
Methodist church every Sunday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock; President, Stej.
i The Kpworth League ni- t every
Sunday afternoon at at the
Hrondway Methodist church; Presi
dent. W. O. Dilller: 1st lire presi
dent, A. A. Bagwell ; 2nd lire presi
dent. Mamie Nlsbett; 3rd lire proal
dent, tills Itavls; Secretary and treas
urer, Lena Sullivan.
Presbyterian Mission Society.
Meets once ti montii; President,
, Mm. S. S. Carr; Vice president, Mm.
j It. C. 1'otterf; Secretary nnd treas-
urer, Mm. J. II. Pennington.
Cumberland Presbyterian Aid.
Meets first and third Ttieifa of
each month with lta members: Pres
ident. Mrs. Hd Byrd: Vice president.
Mm. II. H. Pennington; Secretary
and treasurer, Mm. II. C. 1'otterf.
I Jtcc's tho first Monday afternoon
and the third Friday evening In each
J month at K. of 1'. hall; Guardian, M. 1
0. Hargrove; Advisor, Joanna Hob-1
'orts; Attendant. Alice Staples: Magl
I clan, Vina Young; Danker, Paulino
i Cole; Inner sentinel, Allle V. Dolllns;
Outer sentinel. Lizzie Hel-c: Man-1
agem Sophronla Bullion. L. 1. Sta
les, Lena Y. Homier; PhyKlclati, .1. II.
i Margrave: Clerk. Sallle L. Sturgeon.
Meet the first nnd third Monday af
ternoons of each month In the Odd
Fellows hall; Ijidy Commander. Mm.
iW. It. Ingram; Past commander, Mm.
I. It. Mavon; Lloutenant commander,
'Mrs. A. H. llolcomb; Chaplain, Mm.
I llcttlo Taylor; Itecord and Flnanco
Koeper, Mrs. Fannlo (ioff: Sergeant,
Mrs. Sallle Jordan; Mistress at Arms,
1 Mm. Pass; Physician, W. T. Uogle.
The meetings are held the first
Monday In each month In tlu Mason
ic Temple; Worthy Matron, Llllle
Palmer; Worthy patron, W. A. Wlm
blsh; Associate. Mollle Peel: Secre
tary. Fannlo llmnpHss; Treasurer,
llertha Warren: Conductress, llesflo
Palmer; Associate conductress, Ada
Smith; Chaplain. K. C. Chnstalne;
Ada, llessle I.fOrnmlo; lluth. ltca
Wolverton; Ksther. Sadlo (laskln;
Martha. May Wlmblsh; Klectrn. Mar7
Humph: Orgoulst. Jessie Clianfyilne
Kent; Warden, Lizzie Helicy; Sentl
nol, Sam Lane.
Meet the first and third Tuesday ev
enings In oach month at 7:30 o'clock
nt the K. of P. hall: Oracle, Mm.
Fannlo CJoffj Vice oracle. Mrs. Wal
ling: Past oracle, Mrs. Mary How
man; Chancellor, Mm. u. W. llutcb
er; Physician, J. M. Vaden.
It Is undigested food that causes
sourness and painful Indigestion.
Kodol Is a solution of vegetable ac
ids. It digests what you oat, nnd cor
rects tho deficiencies of digestion. Ko
dol conforms to the Natlonnl Pure
Food and Drug Uiw. Sold hero by
Hoffman Drug Co.
For framed picture, plcturo frames,
mouldings for rooms and plcturoB,
glass, mat boards, brass cornors, Jack
chain, and everything in tho picture
line, go to Ilrown and Hrldgman, nox
door to post office. Ctf
How to Avoid Pneumonia.
You can avoid pneumonia and oth
or serious results from a cold by tnk-
ling Foloy's Honey nnd Tar. It stops
the cough anil expels the cold from
l tho system lis It U mildly laxatlvo.
i Kefuse any but the genuine In tho yul-
ilow package. Sold by Hoffman Drug
Co,, nnd City Drug Store.
No. 42 loaves
No. 41 leavos
No. 43 nrrtvos
No. 41 arrives
. .. 0:05 a. m.
...12:50 p. m.
S:05 n. m.
7:35 p. in.
No. SI (local) leaves...
No. 10 loaves
No. 9 arrives
No. 83 (looal) arrives.
.. 1:30 p.m
. .. 0:30 p.m.
. 4:00 a.m.
.12:35 p, m
...12:50 n. m
... 5:33 p. in.
Mothers why. Hive their children
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup in
variably Indorse It. Ci ntalns llonev
and Tar. Conforms to the National
Pure Food and Drug I. w. Sold b
Huffman 'Drug Co.
Teachers from Both Territories
Merge. Elect Olficers.
Shawnee, sikl.i Dee The Okla
homa Tear hi r' Association and the
Indian Tcriltory Aworlatlou. who
have been in convention here, com
pletoil an amalgamation Friday after
noon, which the Indian Territory
Teachers' Annotation at Muskogee
will be Imited to join at tho next an
nual meeting. The compromise waft
reached and the following officers el
ected: Pioslsknt, Superintendent
lluck. (luthrle, lire president, X. L.
Cowart. Wilburton; secretary, Ml
Maude Wlddaman, Anadarko; treas
urer. SuiKji Intendeut McCabe, King
fisher; ' executive committee, Profs.
Masters of Tulsa, Kemey of Ncwklrk
and Haldim of Chandler.
A constitution was adopted and the
cnnirntlon closed by addresses on the
work of State universities by Dr.
David Starr Jordan of Iceland Ht ind
ford t'nlvcmlty and Dr. DovM K
Boyd of the OklahAiina University.
Haw to Avoid Appendicitis.
Most victims of appendicitis are
thoso who are habitually constipated.
Orlno Ijixntlve Fruit Syrup cures
chronic constipation by stimulating
the llvei' ntu) bowels and restores the
natural unions of the bowels. Oilno
I-axntlve Fruit Syrup does not nau
seate or griie and Is mild and pleas
ant to take. Iteftise substitutes.
Sold by Hoffman Drug Cu., mid City
Notice In Bankruptcy.
In the District Court or the United
States for the Southern District at
In the matter of Mcoks. Keller &
Co., bankrupts, in bankruptcy.
To tho creditors of Mcoks, Keller
A Co., In the Sonthern District In the
Indian Territory at Ardmore, bank
rupts: Notice la hereby given that on Mie
22ml day of December, 100G, the said
Mceks, Keller & Co., were duly ad
Judged bankrupts, nnd that the first
meeting of their credllora will bo
hold at my olllce nt tho court house
In the clt) of Ardmore, on tho 3rd
day of Jr.nuary, 1907 at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, nt which time ami
placo the Bald creditors may attend,
prove their claims, appoint n trustee
exnmlno tho bankrupt nnd transact
such other buslnosu as may como bo
fore said meet In?;.
ltcforco In Bankruptcy.
Fli'i publisher!, Dec. 23, 1807.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar ns a throat and lung
remedy, nnd on account of tho great
merit and popularity of Foley's Hon
ey and Tar many Imitations nro of
fered for the genuine Theso worth
less Imltnlluna have similar sound
ing names. Jlownro of them. The
genuine Foley's Honey nnd 'far Is In
a yellow psckiiKO. Ask for It and re
fuse any substitute It Is tho host
remedy for coughs and colds. Sold
by Hoffman Drug Co., City Drug
Wo havo In a very fine lino of now
bugcles and aro making tho prices
and terms attractive. Call In, look
through our stock and got our prices
beforo you buy.
A Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly of
Chamberlain's Cough fte-medy,
Mrs. Michael Hart, wife sif the sup
erintendent of Cart Service nt King
ston, Jamaica. West Indies Islands,
says that she lias for some years used
Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy for
con kIib, croup nnd whooping cough
and hiss found It very beneficial. She
has Implicit confidence In It and
would not bo without a bottle of It In
hor home. Sold by K J. Itiunsey. W.
II. Frame, Ardmoro Drug Co., thin
ner & Homier.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In tho District Court of tho United
States for tho Southern District, ct
In the matter of II. (!. Class, Haul;
nipt, In llniMruptcy.
j To the creditors of II. (1. (Ila-s In
i tho Southern District In the Indian
Territory, nt Ardmoro, a bankr.ipt:
Notice 1b hereby given that on tho
! 27th day ot Decomber, 190C, tho said
I II. fi. Glass was duly adjudged bank
rupt, and that the first meeting of hits
I cioilltotn will bo held at my olllco nt
i the court houso In tho City of Ard
i moro, tin tho 7th day of January, 1907,
I at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, nt which
( tlino tho said creditors may attend,
. prove their claims, appoint a trustee,
examine tho bankrupt and transac.
such other business us may come bo
fure said meeting.
JOHN H INK LIC,
Iloforeo In Hankruptcy
First publlshod Dec. 27, 1900.
An Insidious Danger.
Ono of the worst features of kidney
trouble Is that It Is an Insidious dis
ease and before the victim realizes
his danger he may have a fatal mal
ady. Take Foley's Kidney Curo ut
the first sign of tumble as It corrects
Irregularities and prevents Hrlght's
disease and diabetes. Sold by Hoff
man Drug Co. and Clu Drug Store
Subscrlbo for Tho Ardmorcltc.
In Hi.- I nil. d Si.iUa C' nil f In th
Ids usti Tsriltory, Suitlurn Dlmlo.
In the matter of Hooper Craw
ford, tlankrupt, In Bankruptcy.
To the Honorable Hosea Townsend
Judge of the United States Court In
the Indian Territory, Southern Dis
Hooper & L'rawfora, a pattnershlp.
ml A. II. Hooper and V. W. Craw
ford, as Individuals, of Ardmore.
Southern District of the Indian Terrl
tory, respectfully represent thnt on
the 7tu day of June, l!Ki, last past
the wero duly adjudgitl bankrupts
under the acts of congress relating to
bankrupts?) ; that they have duly stir
mnderesl nil their property mid rights
of property, and have fully complied
with all the requirements of said aris
and of the orders of tho court tosich
Ing their bankrnptey.
Wherefore fhey pray that they may
be slerreesl by tho court to hnve a
full discharge from all debta provable
against their s'stato under said unnl
rupt net, except such debts as are ex
coted by law from such discharge
Datd thla 22ml day of December. A.
A. H. Hooper and W. W. Craw ford.
Southern District, Indian territory.
On thla the 24th slay of December,
A. D., 19(10, on reading tho foregoing
petition It Is ordered by the court that
n hearing bo had on the same on the
30lh slay of January. A. I).. 1907, be
foro said court at Ardmore. Indian
Territory. In said District, nine o'rlock
In tho forenoon; ami that nollce there
of bo published la The Arilmorelte n
newspaper printed In said district,
nnd that all known creditors nnd other
lemons in Interest may appear nt the
said time and place and show cause
If any they mils', why the prayer of
said petition should not bo granted.
And It Is further oraeicci y the
court that tho cleric shall semi by mall
to all known creditors copies of said
petition and this order, addressed to
them nt their places of rosldcnco ns
Witness tho Honorable Hosca
TowiiRcnil, Judgo of said Court, and
the seal thereof, nt Ardmore, in said
District, on tho 3 1 tit day of Decem
ber, A. I).. 190(1.
C. M. CAMPHKLL, Clerk.
Hy O. A. WF.LLS, Deputy.
First published Dec. 2C, 190C.
"Ilefore wo can sympathize with
others, wo must hnve suffered oursel
ves.' Xsi one can realize the suffer
ing attendant upon an Httncl; of the
grip, unless ho has had the actual
oxpiTler.ce. There Is probably no ills
ease that cauiies so much physical
and mi'ntnl agony, or which so sue
cessfully slefles medical aid. All dan
ger from tho grip, however, may hi'
avoided by tho prompt use of Cham
berlain's Cough Kemoily. Among the
tens of thousands who have used
this remedy, not ono case has S'ver
been rciKirtcd that has resulted In
pneumonia or thnt has not recover
i'ii. For sale by F. J. Ilamtoy. W. Il
Frame. Ardmoro Drug Co., Homier (c
Notice Is hereby given that .h
regular annual irs.etlng of tho sto:!c
holders of tho City Natlonnl Hank if
Ardmore, I. T., for tho purpose of
electing seven directors tu servo tho
ensuing year, will bo held tin Tues- j
day, January Sth, 1907, at thu ulllco i
of said bank, between tho hours ot j
10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m, i
A. H. PALMKIt, Cashier
Ardmoro, 1. T., Doc. 8, 190C.
We Gave Main
Tho rents were too high, and i
built n big box store house on
Caddo stri'ct and haio filled It fu'.l
of now goosls. I seil, rent, repair
mid exchange furniture from lu to
50 per cent cheaper than my com
petitors, as they all have to mako
you pay their rents. Call or
C. P. HALL
At Ti'xas Wagon Yard on Caddo
Street, three blocks north Whlt
ffV'T'tmlfmT,T"',"' 1 -
W. P. POLAND
Wants to huy 1000 acres in
tracts not lo&s than 80 acres.
See Ms at Once
R Office ovor First Natl. BU.
Kcxt Door to Burton-Peel's
U l-lii-- N li.it -i i ni a
Met r ('In LMtti.ts.
Moro llian 5-00 mi has
boon Hju-nt in the liit
fow ilai in improve
inents .mil tl . t'.ilaps. is
today tho tuift s'iinip, (1
hIioji in tin- fity
A Continuance of your
Trade Is Solicited ::
Do You Know
That wo are payini' the J
IiiiOspcf tiriro in ikn r-ltv
for sccontlluin J furniture?
I Give Us a Trial f
We have the cleanest,
freshest, crispest, best Ilept
stock of j'rocorics in the
city. Wo are hero to
please. We give you what
you order and deliver it
promptly. :: Phone 280
S. W. RITTER
W. J. BLEDSOE, Manager
J. t- WIL80N.
ritEiailT TltAMSFEK AND
Offlca at Anerlcnn RoiUcrut
Wines and Liquors
GUY COX hindlc th purtil WlniinJ
Llqtstri In th Nw Suit nJ tnviwi
you to cll on him t th
LEE HOTEL BAR
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLAHOMA
LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP
For all Coufht and titliti In
'PlUng Ct,ld from lh tyi
y cnuy moving in
bowtu A certain -A
re:ii lor voup and
Nearly all oti.tr
cough cure aro
tha bowtlt, contains
inlTA IN '
ritrAtIO AT TMI LA.OIATOIT OS
B. D.WITT OO., CHIOAaO, U. S. A.
For saio by Hcffmann Dun: Co.
INSURANCE AGENT 4
t Prompt Settlement on Firo 4
and Tornado Losses.
r tb Res
For First-Class Plastering
sec Undo Tom, the Plasterer.
! All work guaranteed first class. He
Is now located In Ardmore and wl"
mako his headquarters at A. F. Jonas'
lumber yard. Ills 31 years' experience
will give you a first class job. II?
cornea to our town recommended ai
a first class plasterer and It will be
to your latcrost to neo him and get
prices and first class work. For In
formation, seo A. F. Jonsu.
Huy holiday prosents that will last
n llfo time. See our carving sets and
Ellvcr tnblo ware bctoro you mako
BIVENS. COM IN & FP.ENSL3Y.
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