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Ardmore, Sunday, Sept. 12, 1909
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
(Slightly liltlur Iron. Iti.in, Ii line
Ml tlx Way
One Way ColmiUI rickets
mi nir ilutl
Sept. lfHoOct. 15, 1909
Tourist sIccikt thru to Ui AliiM-li-.
on I ruin li i-ery Tui'iliiy
k fur our Culltiirulii bonVlrt-Tla-y
l or ilt-tall liil.irm.itlon M'f "i.intw . r
iiKiit ir mill re-s
W. ,S. Ket-nuii. (i. i't ,, (inltrliin
And Soil Cheaper
Our ljuiltl hi; is ('.(.up but
you don't yt't a brick house
with every purcha.se at any
place. I am only three
blocks up Caddo .street. My
house is chug full of n w
and .second hand rojds. I
have no rents to pay. We
exchange now oods for any
old thm Repiir stoves
and furniture. Crate, ship
and store all kinds of house
hold oods. Sell anybody
on easy payments at cash
prices. 1'Yee delivery all
over city Phone ;5lW.
C. P. HALL
1 H.-Como to our auction Hale
Saturday nt llnincli Mouse, No.
DON'T MIX THE
Of BIG HAND Iburwith any
othe.r Hour. Do it the justice
of trying it by itself Then
you will realize the full meas
ure of its goodness in better
bread, cake and pastry and
more of them to the bag than
you were ever able to get from
any other 11 iur. Order a
sack of BIG HAND to-day.
Tyler Simpson Co.
r BROWN 4 BRIDGMAN. 4
4- Funeral Director, and Licensed 4
UirKcst line of Funeral 4
4- Coods iu Oklahoma.
4 - 44444
CHICHESTER S PILLS
V, v -llli: IIIAMIIM) IIIIAMI. Aja
41 It-.iO lil.i li.".l. r- lilumumi iirnmlxN
l't-2.lCi 1 ill. In I...I ii I I.iiM in tanicVxr
'I'mLh tin ulltrr II n r ttf Tour u
ItructcUt. A W -r IU II I'TCIt t
lilViiMi lllllMk I'll.l.-t. r.f
SOID BV DRL'OfilSTS I VtRWHtUfc
it The Aidmori'lu- want ad-. SI
St are Important to you In a SS
it hundred was and, Iu one of SSl
SS lliem at least, today. SS
ss ts s: ts ss :: :s ti t:
HAD LUCK with your baking. Then
use German flour, it's better. It'
mado by the German pioccss. Costs
more to buy tho spc!al machinery,
coats more to make the high rade
H ur but, the price of the flour Is no
moio. You gt more for your mon
ey. Ask jour grocer. i HT
WANTC0MES1AN CHARLEY CARTER
WANTKI) --Salesman and Snlealndlei,
experloiici-d, soiling c,ilendnr, wall
pockets, advertising novelties. Con-
tract for 1901M". Commlaslons
paid weekly. Nnino woll-rnted
boiidsman, experience, territory do-
Hired. Lincoln Novelty Advertising
Co., Lincoln Neb.
WANT HI) .Men to learn barber trade.
IVnctlce furnlrthcd by frco work.
areful InHtriiiitloiis by experts, l-'ew
w-eka complete.. Tools given boanl
m t uirui CAjn'i iuiiuu in siiuca uniuiu
completing. Catalogue mailed free.
Moter Harbor College, Kansas city,
WA.VTKIJ -rTo hoII very cheap an
$su fens range, and dining room
and kitchen furniture. Including a
nl. e ldr.l. Possession of old
. .-iiiiiiinii. il in.iii iiuijt nuiim- inn no, .unny oi iiioro u ive iibi n nrcoinpusu
bad If desired uy Oct. l.Mi.i. K.'od, while some of them are Mill In
1). Norrla, Phone S2. 10-3 j the embryo. I have done tho very
A(il-;NTS ANTI'3D -North Polo ills
covered by Americans. Cook'a own
utiirv mill Peiirv'n viieilltlnn. nf i
thrilling Interest, doing like wild
flro. Outfit free, lllg torn.. Act 1
iiilck. Zlegler fc Co., 2C7 Kourth
St . Philadelphia.
SALESMAN WANT HI) To eell gro
cors. drugglata and confectioners:
..$IOd per month and expenses. Calt
forula Cider Kxtrnct Co.. St.
WNTI-:i)To do your cleaning and
pressing, best work In town at
roasonnb!o prices. .loe Mcrarland.
ni Misfit Clothing Parlor.
WANTMD All the cluthex In tow..
that need cleaning and pressing.
Plume 202 and he will call for your
work. Tom Wilkes. TiC
WANTICD lly widow lady, place with
private family to do housework. Ad-
dre Mrs. May Lewis, Holland Ho
the Holland Hotel nt once.
KOU SALIJ Modern cottage, six fair to our neighbor nnd to our op
roonirf, large icceptlou hall, all j pououts, whether In pulltles, biulucas
modern convenlencos. ICaat front, oi religion, and must love and rc
best location In town. Add row? A, spect our country and goicrnuiunt.
I'OH SAliU Share
Lake Club. Slim cuili. balan. e ,
terms it wairoii. AiiuresH .. caro
l-VMt SAI.K-Two -.-I oonf houses and ' "ovc,t' ,,f he CimVyy ani1 tl,p
to l-room houses. Cheap for cash '") "f the c.lmate. do net dlmln
or terms. Pioperty Is cloo in and , ,hh' tl,a' tl,e ot c-onquest
well located. Sou mo at odcu. W. "M'otiMii, d , cot uugmont. The
I). Tallurorro. 30-lm I tn,th U " ls il r!ltlo,,i,, " Instinct
placed by the Creator in the breast of
TOIt SAM-: At a bargain, largo cor- man. When Cod mado man u fsoclal
nor lot on WV.t .Main street, with 1 bi lug, he gave him a sentiment that
l-room rojidonce and hall; plenty urges him to sacrifice himself for his
of shade and fruit trees. Phono family and his country, which Is, as
Pun SALK OU TltADDi:-Nlce team
of mares, will soil cheap or will
trade for team of iiiiiIps. see W. .1.
Lane. The City ( nicer. S-if
KOU SAI.U Olt TIIAD1-: A new piano, ,
will trade for live stock or horso and !
bugisy. Address (! care Aidmoreite.
l-Olt SAM-: CHUAP-One Underwood'
typewriter In good condition, lor,
Information phone 7"'J.
JOUPON HOOKS Of $.1, $10 and!
$20 denomination at Ardmnrulte :
' I-OH SAMC .lersey cow, good milk
or. II. (!. Carnalian ft'.'U i- St., .. i-i
FOU SAM-: Ten cur loads of hay. t
M. L. Aioxaudor. 30-lm!
l-OU bAhls A good mre. iicpnono
FOR RUNT The .1. 11. Wall rcsl-J
deuce, modern and desirable home, I
large barn, outbuildings and er-'
vants aom. ;
I'o exchange, a desirable city home;
for farm pioperty. Redfleld &l
' Uilllot. 22-1 m
I'OH HUNT One handsomely fur
ulshtd bouthoast rmm. Good table
loaid. I Ioiiho close iu. All mode-'n
coineulencfs. 303 A street, north
wi.it. Miss .Mattio lliifh, Plione
li nsl. y;f
The rolling stone, may gather no
mo s, but It makes a lot of good im
prt ssb rs,
Coolgnte, Ok ii., Sept 11. -On the
occasion of the labor D.iy ci lobrntlon
lioro Congressman Chnrhs I). Carter
was a guest of Coiilgate. lie came
ill tin. Invllilfliin nf I qIuii. In tnla
part 1,1 ,lle tl'l''fttlii of tha day
nl" upon Uu' ,,nltat:" r 11,9
poople Interested In the proper dta-
, poKition or tne a'gregntiil land o ,
Mr. Cnrter snld In part:
1 ,UM I,M, ldp?d, to bo with you
"'). and moat highly appreciate the
Irlrllege of aildreaslng tho iieople
i'Hhlcd f.r the celehrat on of this
KreRt liolldny. The goud c thena of
Ctml county ever have a warm
place In my heart.
"I'wo yeora ao I enme b. fore you ,
nn obacuro niul unknown stranger,
nnd naked you to send me to con-
arena. You took me Into vnur con.
f mo a good majority In
. and 1 ahall over feel
the klml mniiner In u-hleh
grateful for the kind manner In which
you treated mo. I will try to tee to
It that our confidence wit not inia-
"l piojented my pl.itform to you,
sotting forth certain thinga which I
promUod I would try to acconipll.h.
he.-tt I could on nil tlioso mntteri and
I Invite a erchln lnve-ticntlon of
lu' r''ciiri' a" '""'' P'lbllc official. If1,...,. i, ,,Hlmiu,1 ..ro ,n-,.ll ,
V" ' a,'-,! 0 ,
fal!,Ml, tUo fnlth- tl,on ' ' f ,
'i-ly "t expect you to confide In
"This is an off-year In politics, when
politicians and office holders arc ex--pccteil
to give the people a much
needed reat. Therefore, 1 am happy
to say that I come before you today,
not ua a candidate for any public of-
oe but simply ns a humble cltl7.eti
the Stute - of OkliUioma, and ehnll
-' . ".j
murks as nearly noii-imrtlnaii a con
dltlona will permit.
..Xo malter i0 w1Ilt ,H,lltierl pnr v
Wc. Inny t)BionB if'we are honest, we
ur(? aU strlvinis: for the same goal,
That Is. to pioduce a better govern
ment Mini elevate the Industrial and
social coiidition.4 of mankind. A dlf
foioiuo In politics Is simply a dlffer-
'onoe of opinion as the best nioniis
... . .. .,,. . " , .,
accomplish the best remits
In this regard, we must, nohcssurlly,
curb our Melflahncas, nurture and en
courage our patriotism. We mint bo
. 1V.r"ai,S ,l!U' "Ht """"rtniit (actor
1:1 tho making of a good cltUcn Is.
il 1...t...l.. l. a
imuoiisih. i-iiuiuuam h. hoi .. u.-
"-- " i'"J-
wcii-ueing. it is a sentiment mat too
it wo:e, his larger family.
"A great man once sa'd: 'Dear aro
our nncogtoi's, dear use cur children,
dear are our relatives and friends, but
all these loves arc contained In 'the
love of our country, which is patriot-
"Tho !ovo of country shows itself
lM the oitkon by the obsorvanco ot
law, and tho good uie of his politl-
rlglils, ami 111 tliono .that for tho
FOU HUNT Sept. 1st, good brick representatives are permuted to roai- an inoai propony. me mini uisin
store building, very desirablo lo- ly represent their constituents. But bullon of all tribal funds, and tho
cation, West Main Street. Retinoid undor the present system thoro lias j making of my fellow-tribesmen full
Gulllot, Real Kstatc Agents. -been built up. what Is known as n j fledged Aimricnn rlilz -ns, in fact ns
-'2-lm machine In tho house of roprosentn- well as In unme. Undo.- tho bond,
FOR RKNT l-room liouso on it St.,
N. W. Phono nS2 green. Mrs. S. A
fi . .,
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FOU SAI.l-:-Dalillas. Ionir stem rosoii
nnil ro)lMI8 nmu. .Mm. .!. A. IUvomb.
PhntlM 1 T 1
I FOR " RKNT l-'urnUlieil rooms for
I light housekeeping at 220 C street,
Northwest. Phono 201. 12-3
LOANS Heal estate, farm and chat-
tl loans. Ledbotter & Wlmberly, and jiop.iloiu body, deliberation and j the Interior, agreed on and had draft
niedsoo llldg. Phone CIO. C-lmo consideration Is prevented by the np- oil a bill covering all these topics,
CAPTAIN W. II., a fine thorough
bred bull. Season $1,50. Produces fine
calves. C. P. Hall, Caddo street. 4tf.
FX) II UP-TO-DATE Kloetrlc wiring
nnd supplies drop a postal to P. 0,
lfox 183, C, 0. Snulves, or phono
733, Out of town work solicited,
FliBt class work guaranteed Mm
MADE SPEECH AT CQALGATE
i bonus gmerii, pnn .1 i. ilulr ml-
mlnlstiatioii in i h ir.ict. i . ,1 by Jus-
tll''' l,"n"Hl-v. ralrm a-d considers.-
'-( !n .,,,.t,i,,tii ! n ,i-t . ..f II,., .11.
"Goiernmem. la n pa.t of tho ill
vino si homo of tho Almighty In his
,r.'loii of the world. Thlt prlnotplo
rocognlaed by the Rurlonr when
the Ht-rotUona quoatknod him a to
whether wr not It wn lawful to jy
trlbuato to Oneanr. Hy this uueatlon
they sought to otuwinre Jesua In ltla
own worda. If he admltt.il the obit
gallon, he would anma.- tho ludlgtiii-
tlon of the .lewa, who doomed It un-
lawful to pay tribute lo a gentllo and
an Idolatioua rub r. If on the other
hand, hi dmled tlie obllgaUon. ha
would Ineuro tho vengmnce of Home,
lie made this momontbl.- and historic
reply, which completely sllonccd hi
.i,.i. i-. !.. a. .i. .1.1
Mtender unto Cmaar the things
wh ch are Coemr'a and unto axl the
thlnga which are OoiV..'
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"The apostlea echoed tho voice ot
their Master when they proclaimed year. If he expects to vote for 1he re-tin-
doctrine: 'I tender tlioioforo to all adoption of the present house rules,
th.-lr dues, tribute to whom tilbute and what Is viuLly more ImiwirtaiU,
Is tine, custom to whom custom Is ask htm If he exjiecta to vote for the
,lii, f,,ni In u'houi fpnr It, ,1ii ntiA roleetlnti nf thn tircniaitf tfif.iiiiili.iitl
,,,. , wll()1 ,,,. u ,
"In fact the people of the Holy Writ
tire richly fraught with HxproMlons
of the divinity of government and the
mere is no .minority nut from ,
to the stabllllty of the intlon and to
the b.t order of society, than all the
,,,, ,, lmvU, , ,..
tlon. It enables obedience lo irtated
authority by representing It. not as
an act of servility to man, but as an
act of homage to Uod n sheds a
halo around he righteous rulers ami.
magistrates by holding them up to
ii.. r. a ,..,ikr.,ui,li 1 1 i-r.d ..f i ft,. III,,,,
Mng u bvwU M ,.Kl,nwt lawa. '
l11vIK. M,letl()n ,,y a,,M,nHo !
"If the Apostlea and tin- primitive
Chriatlana had so much reverence for
their government and their civil mag-,
istrates. In whine oleotlon thev eer-'
talnly had no voice, and If they would
so conscientiously observe the laws
of the Roman empire, which often In-
llict'd on thorn ihIIoum pains and ills-
I'mnfurlu hni' tniwli tiwii-. . cuiiwm.-
w)iou(1 A,n,.r,. vMwu ,.tertaln
f'"- M InHMtiuloim ince bo actively
partlclpatoa and takes part iu the elec-1
Hon of all civil olTlcera. With what
nlncrlty hIiiiuM he fulfill lawa, pro-
i vlillnir Hiosq lawa bo framed for bis
I peaco and protection, and for tho wel-
j faro of his commonwealth.
l "IM. u..u.., . ..l,.l,
obtaliiH In the United States ia torse-,
ly (1(8,I.lbtll , 1Imt woll knowll BIl.
...(j0V,!rnmIlt of tho ,.,,,,., for
the people, and by the people.' Which
may bo paragraphed thus: 'A govern-
ment in which the people nro ruled erablo existence,
by the representatives of their own "I do not doslro to make any cheap
choice, and for the ben fit of the pco- 1 demlgoglcul display of my record on
pie themselvis.' labor iUi-stloiis, tlioioforo, I simply
Now. these aro the ba.sic princlplos , ami earnostly Invite a soarclilng in
on which the government of the Am-' instigation of my public record am)
orient! republic Is founded. Theso
are tho Ideas that absorbed iu the
minds of our forefathers when, out
of tho multifarious, chaotic and ill-
verse coloulix the groat republic or
the United Btatori was orginlzed,
"Those aro the principles and cus-
turns which should prevail, which did
prewtll, and which will prevail so
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llillll l. llll- Fllllll. illill ,7lll.u .fi ..,
rcsontatlves or the Piilted States, are
permitted to consider matters in do-
lllw.milr.1 muiiiiiir 3n tniiLf uu lho
M(tM ,u)(1 ,,.,. (lf coiiRreHHiticn
all, senators are given deliberative
conslderntloD, and so long ns those
lives and a machine In the senate or 'Disposition of tribal ptoporty.' Is In
the United States, by which no mat- eluded tho sale of all tribal build-
tor Is given any ileiiberatlvo conXd-
oration which does not meet with the
un tt.t tstti uml mmtrivul nf Mia rnnn nt
ilrt hln nf ttiM nnlltlnnl inncliliiM..
f.. . . .. I,U1. I oi.inlloK
' 111 lilt1 Milllir, II IV II IK IIIC" lilts I IV I
, body in numbers, this deliberation
and cotiiVlorajtlon ls prevented hy
manipulation of tin- loaders by favors
to machine senator- and by what is
known ns senatorial courtesy. In the
house, which Is the moro Independent
plication of a system of rules, the
stimmum totom of which Is, 'that no
momt)or wn U(. ri.t.0gnzod. for the
prosontatlon of any measure, no mat-
tor how morltorious, unless he h is
gotten the permission of tho speaker
to bo recognized for such purpose,
Now no mutter what our politics
may be, let us bo either democrats
republicans, soilallsts. populists, pro-
lilbltlonlsts or what not. wo aro first
and alio.' nil good, loyal Aiu.-r1.nn first I bate ft ropy of this bill with ,iil tuition 10 Th S of tho
iltlsons. proud to be olll curb with imp. As my time Is going by. I feel NWM or the SU'U of said Section,
n fidelity lo ntir American custom that 1 cannot Impose too loug upon 10; nnd tho Bast halt of the NKVl of
niul tradition that prompts n to will-, tho good nature of this audience, to (he RBV, of Section !); and tho NWU
Ingly anil graciously shetl our luat I will road only that part of the bill of the NKM of the SHVi of said Sor
droit of blood In defense of the sacred ', relating to the segregated mliwml Hon 0. nil In township I South, raiic
honor of the glorious stars and stripes, land, whleh. I know, la of most lm-1 B Knot of tho Indlnn Meridian, .ill o'
"So, If wo lHll.-ve In tho popular
republican form of government if we
i.nVo that representatives In con-
ntem ml tmJ onato, should really
represent their constituent, then our
Mrst duty as gd cltlsons should Ih
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. 1 1, ,i in, y iniiiiitni ll mi o J.
iiresslie Heed rules hi- whioti ihn
houo la goverried, preventing c-onald-1
oration of iiierllorhua meuaiirec and
dlvwHng mir government from the In-
tentlona of Ita framera. Wh.-n that
la done, nit tb.-so great reform In
which the people liellovo. will bo pos-
lble, nnd until II la done, not on.-
single one of those reforms prob
able, for the homm and somite inn-
rhlnea la-lleve In things as they oxUi
today, nnd not favor any change. Thnt
Is why we got a roilalon of the tariff
upward limtead of a revision down-
ward, as was promised by lnh par
ties In the Inst campaign,
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, in- J 4, I, I,, IK niRrm lllin IIIHI'll
needed reform is simple and easy. No
. . , .
matter what your iwlltloa may lie,
Juat ask of yonr candidate for con-
gross when ne comes before you nex
H ht ftn(iwer, llu,M
,IM' 1,1 lh' afflrmatlie. then ni a
"(WWl PlUw'n. by all nieuiis. you should
, w agninat tnis caniiiilnte. ami oust
;yr vote for a revision or the rulea
I MM. I ...!.. II I ......
'' '"" imu
he will BIIIMXlK a enmlliliilo for the
rtenkerhlp who will pledge himself
to that iHillcy.
..f ym ,,,, ,,,,8i wI haw p.
compllsheil more tor the goud of tills
country, In tho Individual capacity of
private eltlxen, than many men aro
doing today high In official life.
"I am especially glad of the op.
porttintty to speak with the laboring
ttMlfllo Ii1iln ti ihn walfttm nf IttA
laboring man should ever enjoy the
)(l,t tlMiughi of all who assume to
take part In public affBlis. no matter
bow humbb- thi ir position may be. It
la the lalmriiiK man who pnaluces
th wealth and substnmo or this or
any other country. It la the laborlna
, man who. by the application of hls't II a. in. Subject, "Snlrstanue."
energy ami lirain, sows seed In the
'arly sprliiK. tills and cultivate the
Mill from early mom until dewy ov,
' Kllll rellllH lllu IIIIPVmmI In I hi. iiiiiimir
and fall, thereby bringing In, in Moth -
oil Harth tho wtitlth. food. clothluK
and other nocesxltles ami luxuries of ,
life. It Is the laboring man that
climbs to the dangerous height of
mountain clUTn or iIIks ileen Into the
bow lea of the earth, and brings forth I
ihen-rrom the precious metal, the,
liliifLr il In inrin itu timl ,,llim n,,,il iti.l u u,i i
noceswiry to our existence. Without
! ,, l(. world could not exist. Its
cUIoiishlp could not II vet. and tho
! human race would soon dogmiurate
1 into a class of worthless Imbeciles.
unable to eke out oven the most mis-
vote on all iiueaUon pertaining to p,one 70 for Automobile tr.iln
labor and labor unions, and I ln.-r-by aervce cana parties, theater par-
pledge myself In the future as iu tho,,,CSi driving p3rties
Past to the support of all roasonabb) 1 '
demands of your labor organization. Ardmorel e Want Ads are the bet.
"Now, 1 want lo discus-, briefly, , rrz
some matters which are or paramount Notice ot Sale,
Importance, not only to the citizens. Not lie Is hereby given that tho tin-
of this community, but to the entire
citl.unsliln of the stnte of Oklnbomn.
miii iii.ii iu MIHI1IUIIIII.V inuiuiui ... ,.r
v.i.iv ..nwni j ivn.ii,, ,ri ...
a local nature.
"Last year 1 told you that I would
Itlvo in V lii-Kl otforts lo a Mil. ml V scL -
tlement of nil tribal affairs. This
subject would include the completion
of all allotments, the disposition of
ings, me disposal or me unsiioucti
Innds Including timber lundi, and the
. innnf lliitwirLiilit of in vim umiu&.
u final nit lament of the much moot!
nnuiilliii "inis. uitiri-itontiut iitliiurul
iiiumiiMi m vp)t iKiiiuint
"Knowing that all those things were
practically impossible, under tbo ex-
Istlng law, at the last session of the
00th congress, tho Oklahoma delegn-
tlon took up, with tho secretary of
I anil copies of these bllkt wore Intro-
duced by Senator Owen and myself.
Thou it was that a letter was lont
to us by Gov. McOurtaln. chief ot the
' Choctaws, suggesting cei tain changes
, In tho bill. Hot ween tho Interior de-
j pnrtmcnt, Senator Owen, tho atlor-
' ney for tho Choctaws nnd myself, cor-
tain aniuidmen's were mado and a
new bill drafted, which, wo all agreed,
( was n better proposition than tho
P'-rtunee lo you."
Air. Carter then rend tho bill and
l'IWl to continue his fight for the
I'WsWge of that measure. Ha was
Tnly greeted by the peopU on his
, ''"'t to Co ilgnte. Not only the dsino-
' rrnltt u'nra nlnna..,! w rti 1,W ana;.,
- r" " " -
but tha rcpiiblli-niu ns wall nnd It
freely prwllcled Iti OKilgmte thnt
A,r' Cart-r would ha. no opposition
,n Primary next August, but that
Uw repubHeana would make no ef
ro" dofeal him, and If they did It
ouM prme as futile as It did last
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t: WHRItE TO worship :t
' : ' " " " sl J:
Carter Avenue Mithodlet.
,Nj servlioa tialii) of any kind at
r, . . , .....
I lni-r ,ienno .mi-iiiiniimi i-iiur. n
V ,m'' rr,M,,l "ir-
" A W" " m" lb" ,m1"'
.IOIIN II. mXIBltd, Paatoi.
(last Aril mors Baptist Church.
Humbiy Hchool at to a. m.
Pnnehlug at 11 a. m. and N p. m.
Mrs. .1. II. llargravoa will talk on
the ladles' aid and mNslon work.
nil Mt rlttmt Interest
....., .n .iii iiuiiiiH-ia
AI w(K) f.n aN, ji,.!,! tn POlm.
,, .,,, ,H1( lho ,nrph
,. nt MASTHIIS. Piialor
,K p. m.
today at II a. m.
Sunday 8H,,ml '" '
Meeting ot so Imi at 10:BO a. iu.
UlHvl-il n iis'i l.'d .y MIih Abbv
Hiuri.i wl'l he lemlered' at
The pantor will ill. ti.tr-
,111 tt lit.. Kltfl.u l ...1,1...
I b l,
. ' ai i U-
j n-.u uliin a. i t Ice.
I A our Hal Invliniio.i is
! to .-v. iyone.
OHAH C WIMTH.
' - - -
' Services today at Odd fellows' hall
ituiwii ixi. i m. s.o-ia.
'HeaiMiitslve Iti-adliiR- Hsek. J7 : 2-5.
'" I". 27. :tl-:it.
We Clirill!lll invito till Who lire'
1 liiten-sied lo enme and worship with
Enst Side Presbyterian Church.
Snbbn'li school at Utlfi u. m.
S.-iuiri-s Sobbtitli morning at II a.
'" J""1 iU" "veiling lit S p. m.
Everybody Invited. The iastrr ox
POI)4 H tllllt tills Will be Ills lat H'lll
bath service In this field.
It. (!. OA UNA I IAN.
Bethel Mission. 1
Kvuryhody Is Invited to worship
with us at the mission on Caddo '
street nt 11 a. in., and 8 p. m. today
and itt S p. m. every night thin week.
Wo have good lights and good music.
Come and take a part with u.v
MOOIU-: AND DIXON.
derslaiiod trustee, at the successor
nf W. It tlln;ikinori 'I'riiMtne. In mir. .
..t n.....i ,.r 1-m.i -i.,.. 1. 1.
nii,iiii; 1,1 n i,-,,ii t,L i nini ,91,1,11 u;
. W. Colbert and Henrietta Colbert,
I dati-d the 7th day or October, 1005,
itii W. It 1 tli-iik more. Trustee for the
i First National Hank of Ardmoro.
I Okl.i.. whMi Deed or Trust was re-
j corded at Tishomingo, Indian Terrl-
tory. In recording District No. !, on
the lSth day of Octobsr, 1005, and
upon which defuult lias beun made
by the failure to pay the debt when
the same matured and upon which TTvITa' i - - - - . DMIVV
there Is due I73M.7S: will sell the , So, j,NO;3. .STATJONS No.2No. 4
proM-riy secured ny sain morigage or
, so inucii inereor ns win s-itisiy sain
i debt with five jier cent as Trustee
i fii niul fMt tif aulit urrdnlf nif tfi
, rhi Iitiiim of ald innrtEaKo. at iMtbllc
I ruilAon t.kst UluVtAtit 1.il.1t trr nriiili
ns i , - (iir nt "I'tuvi ,wt
on th9 4th day of Oc'obor, 19(19, nt
in o'clock a. tn., at the front door of
tin- .lolMistou County Court house at
Tishomingo, Oklahoma, the said
property being desrrihcil as follows,
The NlflVi of the SWV, of Section
10: and the Ntt nf the NWW of the
SWH of Section 10. In township
south, range 5 Fast or the Indian
Huso and .Meridian; nnd the W6 or
the SWV or Section 21: and the NRH
of the NWV4 of Section 2C: and the
Nortnea.'t nuarler ot tho NWVt ot
Section 27: all In township four
south, ran so six east ot the Indlnn
Haac and Meridian.
Also tho 8Uj of the Nj of Section
' 10 and the NW'J of tho SEW of
i said ntu being In the Chickasaw Na
' Man, Indian Territory and being In
all 170 acrea of land, together w.ta
all and singular the Improvement
thereon, and all the rights, privilege
liorPflltamontu and apptirtou.-incn
i1......b.i.. I .. ...... ...i - v-t
....,.i.i, in nny w iifionning or
Wltneaa my hand on thin the 2nd
day of 8eptetn!er, 1P09.
I-'IUST NATIONAL TIVN'IC.
Of Ardmore, Oklahoma
lly V. n. I'OTTBIl, Trustee
CHt'CK Cltcru lH,H.Mv.MOaU.
POTTHIt A POTTKH, Attorn-ys.
II. C. Potterf. K. A. Walker
POTTERF & WALKER,
A''eyH and Countelora it Law
Chni. .1. Kai-pler. Chaa. II. Merlllat
Compiler "Indian Active Court
Ijiws and Troatles." Practitioner.
' Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Practice before all Courts; Congrese,
' dovi-rninont Departments and Com
missions Indian Cnsea n Specialty.
Office. ISimrt llld'g.. WnshlUKton I) C.
J(glrfl f cllHtirpt(;n
j , Tll0!, w champion
r.HAMPinM x r.nMPinw
W'll do a Kotioral crlmlnul and civil
L. G. SH ELTON
Attorney at Law
' Office Wheeler Hldg.
MciNKAL a ALLEN
A ITi 'It.NKYS ,T LAW
Ofllri. I lri Mniiunx I : -i A i h ii ii(
I ohm I liioik.
W. F. BOURLAND
G. H. McKENNEY. M. D. V.
Treats All Domuatlc Animnlx.
(irndunlo of t!iu McUllllp Veteriti.i. ,
Collego of Chicago, HI., a College rec-
l))(niBe,i i,y UVery atuto In the union
ml ti,e )0,(,, 0f Canada.
ll.....l..l ..in.... . V ii-....i.
I ,,,. ,,,10ll0 No 3-
! Klrat door ko.iIIi Snuuuous Lumber
Itcmd.'ice 51 1 W. Main St.
FREDERICK P. VON KELLER, M. D.
Office Over Uonner'B Drug Store.
Surgery. Hyo, Kar, Noso and ThrosL
Kyos accurately fittod with Classes.
Phones: Office 140. Ilesldcnoe 44.
E. RUSHING, M. D.
DISEASES OF THE STOMACH.
Ilooms TM and SOI, Flatlron llldg.
Fort Worth. Texas.
I DR. D. G. JOHNSON
25 C Street, Southwest
DR. A. G. KINSEY
ltooms .r nnd C, Noblo Building,
1 Oftlco phono 40!). Office hours 3 to
, 11:30 u. in.; 1:30 to t p. m. Lady
A. Tackott h. M. lackutt
inc., in Sni.s-tVi.iiiiigion Uutdtlit
l t-ilninpp Oil I
Asa 1-3. HaniBay, Recolvor
TIME TABLE NO, 12
KtTectlve August S
Center . . . .
Vauoss . . .
1 1.101P. M
2 55 Cblckasba
A. M 'P. M l
B. M. HAILE, Traffic Manager