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Give Carter County a Chance to Forge Ahead by Voting for the County Bo?tds August 17th We Need Good Roads
Phone 0 l.eni'ing druggist
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with tli proseHt mthfrtnic has b(tld
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MMittona were held, 'fho InVrnatloD
nl Tynoicraphlcal union claims to he
tho olilont, national or International
or;anl7.atlon of sllllil lahor In the-
The Crown Brand
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In--' cold drinks unci on the
tiiicst candios sold anv-wlii-ic
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CROWN BOTTLING a
Morgan .1 , Llayi-s. M?jr.
NOTICE OiL MEN
I have for sale an Oil Ki
with a capacity of 2,500
feet. See me or write
me at onct .
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honv wns t"J.r9S.S4. ami then wf
a hnlanen In th honi fund of $32.
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of tho Tfomp from It Inpnptloii' to
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fnlorndo Spring" l valtied at tl.OftO.
non. TU" union pay a bttrhil bnpflt ot
During th fliK-al j-w thir wr.
ROO dtfth bimI the benefit itd
MinoiiTitml to I38.173.
"nr atlvprtl'lnir Ha union label
thn union paid out $T.fil ".IS.
Tho px;pndl1irp of Hip Intornatlon
nl TyixMfraph'pal Union dnrliiR It
floral year wpr $lfil.."l 1.1"
From tho your 1S!M to IflOfl. th
union rppolvod Ifl.lSS.Ot!!.".". and pv
ppnilml $S.f50.sns.nr. this um Inrliul
'ne thp pxppnip of rondiirt'n tho Tn
ion I'rintpra' Home.
Tho union nli conduct a a 'pchnl
'al nchool at Chicago for thp liPitcflt
of Its niPtnlK'rs and approntlcc who
dp'ro to pprfect thpmsplp In thplr
The sessions of the convention will
(ii"'lnue throughout thp wpek.
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Illinois w i-iaf-a with Okla
homa footim: hc list and tho rtah
coiHradcs modcvtly bringing up the
rndcr the all prevalllne sentiment
"Cfcc-ra for the living and tears for
t thn dp.id." several thousand ur-
lora of tho civil wax made their I
annual march tadav. each depart
ment, tearing aloft Its tattared and
faded b.V.tleflag. Alous Main street
for mor than two ml leu the parade
flM and passed beforo the rev lt lug
eyes of Henry M. Xevlne. cotomana-
' er-ln-chfuf. ScHttered through the Hue
were twenty-five hands nnd ilniui
corps, also a human flag formed by
thhteen hundred tichoul ch'ildren.
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, :: ardmore abstract co. ::
I :! Oldest In the County t:
w. s. Wolvcrton & Hon ::
) " Managers ' ::
, llond'tl AlMttractor of Carter
j; County. General Insurance.
! " Money to loan on City and
j " Kami Property.
1 :: in North Washington St.
I tl Ardmore, Ok la.
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p .-rity Due tp ill H.
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in '.11 he-all h for some tpn .
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li?h's fir Hi- battlVdb'.p SUfc ourl.
Aj tug wen off shoro. she tnentrls-
U" .-"tlnccr ?t.. to ' or
Tra'n Lcavti T. - .
4treoton, hlo, Aui'. in. Plvw ppr
-'-on were Injured, when paKsongi-r
It.g -1Mb and began to roll. Too wator ii"iln No. 1 on the Vht-Ilnr ft Lak
Mlw Phillips enjoypfl nn almost na- tomvA u,,. ino room and she bo ' ''le road sau derailed at Utirbanlt
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ton.r n inn r i,ui iy ri ,r -in
v.' 'vs ii'i'oiu' iHtor chlldr-n.
three miles west of here, today. The - P"loon.
Captains ISvajos sad Delifrlo, who ''" t-'" m tno track, the en- The pnald i.t has fixed upon
re renorted drowned, were olekud Kn'- ende. bKKttgo and mall cart polh y he will follow with ii.fi.r-
up four hours lator by a lite sarJni vwtmlng and a passes, caitcli ence to thn census tppiilutment :i
i rew about f uir miles from the suit lcoa'ilna "110 peraons toppling Into ths south. Is Us status which a,.
ken boat. I' ditch. Tho euglueer remained at solidly democratic, '.he pienldent w.il
ifiIh throttle and stopped the train. dUldu th nppolntineu-s enually
among the democrats an. I repaJl
Ordsr Suit Dismissed. cans. He will Insist ih,u tie ap-
: j Washington. I). C, Aug. 10. At-' polutsea shnll not he ajt.vc p.inl
THOUGHT CAR HAD STOPPED. torner Oeiieral M'lckersham has In-'sans, however, but cnpahlo nv ti
Intruded Kllltei! Htalmi Atlnrnnv l.-r.,,., iks ..n. Il,l -li.l -...i. . i..
..:!Ji"V.LJ. "V- YOnK'iMI- MeCbfl. Tlnd Nur... B.d.ylnregg at .Muakogee to dhm... the pdent Zn nlTtal ou t No 1 Z.
Hurt Last Nloht. kuU brought in 13011 hv Hecretnrv .,lli. TMimuu. iriiiiiv .i iiu.
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FIRE SWEEPS TOWN
fTVHMIFF 1 HFFI VOTI3 J'XJIt TUB COUNTY HON 08 '
UIIVnltlitL IU UuLU TI KSDAV, AUGUST 17.
THIRTY-!5IX BUILDINGS IN HEART
CONSUMED BY FLAMES.
the Interior Hitchcock against ' sourl as debatable states and w'll
Mlddletown. N. Y., Aug. 11. A loss known trained nurso of this city,
estimated at $100,000 wms caused by
a fire which consumed thirty-six
buildings on Main street ill the bus
iness section of Montloello last
night while In
j Mansfield. McMnrrwy and Cornish of treat them on the same foo'iny :s
McAlester for the recovery of $10,- northern stales, giving nil ot the
fire was iiiidur control this morning, thrown on her face, having several
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alighting f.om a car at liroadway and , " " , '"
c -tr,,Pt legal sen lees. that he will not make any np-
Miss McTahe was under the im-', ."'TTll IV1 ". m"M tM ' "end, ot U.e cus-
; " " "if i wo ingi- ioiiib court provided lor in the n-w
were 'tariff bill. AVhlle It authorized the
The buine,! huUdlng. included a' Pr.sslo,, that the car had topped : ... Kranl p
tel, aiorea and re-sldeuces. The and went to alight when she was ... , . ,,,,. . .
Illegal, not having been approved by court, congress failed to make an ap-
tllM liritulllntit WlnlfaMliun, .lo.l.l.l I . l-.t .t.
dynamite being used to stop the pro. I teeth knockd out. Injuring her chest; " 7"1",1 ,,or l" Jlmr" or ""y
, ..... , . ... ....... ,...... c. Ith" l'"ldents approval was unnec- other officials. If the president should
gtesM of the flames. No one was In- and getting badly bruised
euHArv mill hun it-,li-rA,l m .iim...i...i i..t ,...u t.. . -
h a party that bad been out to ' "7 " ' " i-i-.k j..s ,10r j.rte.u no...,,
. . . . . ........ f the stilt, . It ona he would have to fix their nil
BIGGEST BARGAIN 0ppERED:t'
100 acres fl" -irio mead
ow land, free .o'!' teiwos,
every foot tillable. In heart
of oil field. Will soil at a big
Ardmore, : Oklahoma
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SAME DAY AND NIGHT.
I'nless night calls an- for
more tlian nine blocks, the
price for cab calls will be 'i'tv
the same ah day prices.
Spot cash required for every
call Good horses, safe drivers.
ARDMORE TRANSFER CO.
Tom Car'tr. Manager
Pliouch 7f) and 71
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.ue park. She Is confined to her bed
today and will not bo able to be
out for some time.
arle.t. This he does not wish to do.
Ho has no desire to antagonize con-
IT MEXICO, MO,
MARRIED AT DAVIS.
LUTHER ANDERSON IS CHARGED
WITH KILLING HIS FRIEND
LOUIS WAGNER ROBBERY.
, I Second Hand Typewriters Cheap !
For Sale On Easy Terms
4 Remmirtons. I Oliver, 1 Smit'i-Promlor.
I Fox Typewriters, to make place in ur
Typewriting Department, for the 10 NKW
MODKLNO. in KBMINfJTON.S ot-d.-red
for September delivery. If the.e iimehinos
are not sold by Sept, 1, we will tra.no them
in to tho Rotiiinvton Tyixuvriter rompnny
in pnrt payment of the new machines
Prom now till then we enn sdl you any of
the above typewriters at, pri" s unit, will
surprise yon, avd we will bacit each ma
i hlne so sold with ttie s'un 'iiur.i"tpo
that the various companies L'tve on their
PHONE NO. 310
Remington Typewriter Co.
Ohlahomii City, Auy. ISKUi.
Selvidgo Husiiuss Collefre,
We bdu' to aeknowledfre receipt f V"ur
order for ten new model N'o. 10 Reining
ton lypewritms. When these machines
are placed n your school you'll have with
one except ii n the he-it typewriter equip,
ment of any business college in Uie state of
Oklahoma and wo believe that such an
equipment will be appreciated by your
siuflents. Thanking you very kindly in
deed for your order, we are,
Very truly yours,
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.
THE SELVIDGE BUSINESS COLLEGE
,eiro. Mo.. Aug. II. -Luther An
derson, charged with tho murder of
Minis Wagner here about ono year
a?o was placed on trial today.
Wagner was found dead In a cellar
,r Ins home with his head split open
w!i a halclmt. The motive Ut ht
l'u d to have boon robhory.
The two men were quite friendly.
Gainesville Gets First Bale.
The Gainesville Hesperian Informi ' areas In the matter in any way, and
us that that city received her first he bellovos that In both tho senate
bale of cotton lato last evening, when and tho house the members should
J. D. O'Brien and Mrs. Minnie Brown u'- Winder, n prominent tanner of have the right to express by a vote
Tried to Keep It Secret. , tint county who resides out tienr Cal-1 their preferences In tho matter of
llshurg. drove Into town ylth a hale of , nlares.
Mr. .left I). O'llrlen. manager of seed cotton. .h to the objection that $10,000
the oil mill, thinks he Is a sly old 1iiiIh House, of the House K- Mini-, salaries would give the customs
fox and when he went to Davis last ger gin. Mated last night that ho -will 1 judges greater compensation than
Sunday to wed Mrs. Minnie Urnwii, , gin the cotton onrly this morning j that enjoyed by the United States
tin tight no one was watching hlin. when It will be at once placed on the circuit, eourt Judges, the president Is
Hut there wah. innrktrt, and In all probability a hand- j said to feel that the higher fig-
Mr. O'llrlen and Mrs. Ilrown, who wtnie premium will be lmule up for I urea should prevail In both cases,
was formerly Mrs. A. .1. Ilrown, of the owner. Mr. Taft has turned over bodily
this city, -were quietly inarrici at Air. Winder U the iiihii who brough' I to Mr. .MaeVoagh. secretary of the
Davis at tho home of the bride, the second bale of cotton to market
with a few Intimate friends present, last year, thereby receiving the sue
They returned to Ardmore the fob ond prise,
lowing day ami. have been keeping! r-. : : r
until It leaked out to-
CROWDS HEAR EVANGELIST.
Thirteen Were Baptized and Interest
The eiangellKt preached to u
crowded house last night on "How,
Why nnd When Wo aro Saved."
It was a clear scriptural sermon.
The ordinance or baptism was ad
ministered to thirteen candidates in
a most linpres-lve manner by the
pastor. Rev. Sanders.
There were six additions to Un
church during tho day.
Tho day services aro accomplish
ing niu-tli good, Tho meeting con
tinues. All come.
'Captain W. It. Wood, commander
of .John H. Morgan winip deslro ev
ery member of the camp to meet htm
In lmshicss session tomorrow at ten
o'clock In the offices of ('apt. J. K.
We have recently employed a very
competent nnd experienced abstract
er, and aro now In position to give
you the very best service In this
line. Wo have the most up-to-date
set of books In tint county, and any
business uiitrustcil to us will receive
our prompt attention.
When wanting a ,uke off or uK
Pulllain. Commander 'Wood has some
liniHirtaiit mat-era to submit to th tni(.t to n,iytlln!C iv oo,,ntyf
liiemheis of the camp.
treasury, the task of selecting flv
exports to form a tariff commission
under the new law. Mr. MacYeagh
has authority to go ahead ami se
lect i he right men ami the president
will confirm the selection. Thesu
experts are Intended primarily to
imslst the pi-itsldent with Information
and Inquiries as to the administra
tion of the maximum and minimum
provision of the new law.
President Taft told several of his
callers today that he did not ex
pect to do any active work on his
uipksskc to congress until after he
YOTl-i l-XMt Till-: COUNTY 1IONDS ! 11
TUKSDAY, AUGUST- 17.
Benevolent Society Meeting. tt
The Honevolcnt Socloty will hold i tt
a mooting at their headquarters to-1 tt
mono A' afternoon at four o'clock, tt
The officers request a full attend-' tt
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NEW INSURANCE FIRM. . .tt
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Philadelphia Underwriters. tt
Pennsylvania l-'lre. tl
Shawneo tire. tt
Insurance that Insures. tt
Prompt attention to business It
and courteous treatment. tt
C. P. STEVENS t CO. t:
Fire, Tornado, Plate Glass, tt
Acoldcnt and Ponds, tt
Phono DC. tt
Wo have moved to Postal tt
Tel. Co. building, No. 9. N tt
phone or write us, the PI-3ST costs j returned to Washington In Novem
no more. ber. Mr. Tuft has had the general
TIIK JORDAN CO.. j outline 0r his message in mind for
.'tf Marietta, Okla. , some time.
$100,000 TO LOAN
On improved Main Street property at 8 percent
3 to 5 years. We loan on improved residence
property, to be paid off in monthly payments of
$17 per $1,000. Also farm loans at S per cent.
GORMAN. BOGIE & DOBBINS
jituco of the membership.
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