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Ardmore, Sunday, Sept. 12, 1909
THE DAILY AROMOREITC.
Oklahoma Loan &
Formerly Ailntns Bros.
Fnrm Land Flro Insurance
Farm Loans Hunt Collections
City Property ln ostnionts
City Loiiiih Life Insurance
Th pro arc a lot of follows
skating on the Ice who should
bo cutting It.
A vory prominent niiin who
lives here, said If ho had $200,
000.00, lu would Invest ovory
cent In Ardmoro property bo
fore January 1st, noxt.
Wc havo a chance to help the
follow who want to help him
solf, wonio vory doalra&io
property euu ho bought by
piylng some down and the oiu
anco like rent.
Wo havo It tor you if It Is
real estate or money, city prop
erty or Insurance. If you can't
remember, do 'iko tho woman
tol I her husband, "Tie a string
around your flligor." Yester
day Is gone forever, tomorrow
may never romo, got busy now.
For example Ilrand new
house, I rooms, reception hall,
bath, pantry, back porth, front
porch, cloctrle lights, city wa
ter, terraced lawn, cement
walks around house, lot C," by
ISO. Pi Ice, $13i0.00, complete.
J250.00 down, balanco $20.00
Hood lx room house, NW,
two lino comer lots, each
115x110, servants house, goad
well, sheds, all planted 111 fruit
trees, on sower, wnter and gas
main, ono bhvk from 1st ward
school, an exceptional bargain
for cash, but may bo had for
$250.00 cash and balance
monthly at J23.00. prico $2,
000.00. If you need money for any
purpose, wo will bo glad to
loan It to you, to clear up your
debts, take up your present
mortgage, or to Improve your
property. Lowest rates, qulcn
service, and you get all you borrow.
United States Depository
Okla. State Depository
Capital, Surplus and
A dditional Liabilities
If this bank ts a safu place
for tho city, statu and nation
to deposit their funds It Is a
snfe place for the farmer and
business man to keep his
funds. THY IT.
LEE CRUCE. President
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
IBy vlr'uo of nn execution to mo
dlrocted and delivered, Issued out
of tho county court of Carter County,
Oklahoma. Jn nn action wherein tho
plaintiff is .1. K. Touns, and tho
defendant Is Daniel Dodd, 1 will, on
tho llth day of September, 1909,'
Iietweon tho hours of 10 o"clock a.
m and 4 o'clock p. in., of said day.
In front of the building used na tho umiiioiis over sepiumuer m m. yetu.i ... ...iw,i,.,
county court houso In tho City of and tho Increase In Interest p iy j Chancellor sold Mr. Sass. They an
Ardmore Carter County, Oklahoma, meats will amount to almost aa making tho trip to try out tho ma
offer at 'public sale, and soil to the much. inline. Mr. Chancellor has sold a
highest bidder for cash in hand thej It may also bo pointed out. as a ' number of tho Winner machines here
following doscrlbed property, to-wlt: sign of returning prosperity, that! nud expects to sell many more as
Ono mouso colored maro miilo, with this nion'h's payments Included, soon as tho peoplo soo how thoy stand
about fifteen hands high, branded the disbursements by corporations I the sorvlco. They are woll modo ma
n rnnniwetn,! utti, imr nhnvol on ' during the first nine months of this I chinos, with high wheels that enables
left shoulder: ono bay horso mulo glorious year of 1909 will roach a to
nbout fifteen hands high, olght tnl of more than 1.0 1 0,000.00, which
years old and branded ND (connuct- Is moro than $120,000,000 than during
do with bar abovo) on left shoal- the snmo period last year. Who says
dor, w'o aro not nil prosperous.
This property having boon lovlod
on ns tho property of tho said Danlol
Dodd and taken on execution in
favor of J. F. Young.
this 1st day
Head Ardmoroltc Want Ads.
(By Glenn Guernsey) har a pii-sidcni. a i.ti-iiivt, ,i ion-
New York, Sep:. It. One by one (tress and a supn me mint, .ill pat
the old landmarks of tho metropolis tornod after the mil article. It is
are passing away. To Illustrate the declared by the promoters or the
text, there Is tho FreU Wnlbautn 'movement that their aim is not mere
gambling house In West Thirty-third frivolous ninuwunent, but that they
street. Next week the doors of this hope by this means to educate the
faijious es abllsment, once dedicated women of the cHy along llnea which
to the goddo.ts of Chance, will be, will enable thorn to hold any office
opined to ilie public as a mere rer from president down to constable.
taniant. Where once tho cards wore
shuffled and the roulette wheels
(licked merrily, anyone iossesiotl or
the nrlic mav sit and dine ill the
u.i.t.i ..r i.ivtiri,,,la .i.l.i..l.r which I
i on. Walbaum a large fortune,
when- he won other fortune.
Th.. i-Ul'nr t tlio iilnco now find
,lw tl... i.lnro i..w Mml
an ihihorate reception room In which 111 1 u(' ' ,"n'
the principal decoration Is a Cartas- ' ro-ixmslblo for the Invasion,
slan walnut mantel, bearing the In-, ' bv '''"'' wl" '"""
scriptlon from Omar: "When all theleC'ed ",p f",r NM"'""
temple Is prepared within, why waits,1'" 'inoiirue wiyir is ainuuir in wnn-
Hip iirnwxv wonthlner outside-"' Ills- to the dlrectolre. only more so.j
tory records that In the palmy days,
of Wiilhnum't house.
worshiper's" didn't. sh hoin. Miss Itussell Is confident
Cli.o nf tho Piirl.wlllPK f lh.. Wnl.i""" l'"' l,,','', 1'epr.Kent the ultra-
haunt place Is a door which cost I
$2S,(I00. It Is of Italian bronze and
dntes from l.Vlt). It weighs more
than a ton and Is seven inches thick.
It Is covered with bronze representa
tions of aiiKels- which may or may
not be appropriate to a gambling
"hell" Another remarkable work of
art Is the Circassian walnut staircase,
hand-enrved In iIosIkhs of naked
nymphs and cupula. This stnlrrase
cost, It Is said, over t2i,000.
In the roulette room on the sec-
Miiil flrw-ip i-liprn Min limit fif lilm'
was the coIIIiik. the latter conUilns
dozens of lovely pictures lighted by J
electricity. This celling cost b'.Ofin,
and th rug on the floor Is worth !
.several thousands. J Anion, N. Y., Sept. II. Arrange-,
i There are In evidence many preen it- j nients for the funeral Sundny of Kd
tlons against pjllco raids, which waul II. llarrlman wore compluted to- j
enabled tho place to continue opera-(day at a family council In the silent!
tlon long after the other gambling library of tho house on Tower hill,!
houses of the city were closed. The which ho had not lived to see finish-1
stairways were protected by stool J ed. First, his family, then tho simple j
cages and the windows by heay I folk of tho valley and hillside, who for .
Iron giates. twenty years regarded him as their
Irlond and benefactor, will pay tholr
Saloon Men Busy. ' tribute of respect. Tho day's cere-
Fifteen thousand saloon men In monies will end with a burialsorvlce
Creator New York are on the anx-, and Interment which will bo attended
Urns neat this inoiith. pending the or- only by relatives and personal friends,
filial decision on the applications for ' The funeral services will bo hold
the renewal of llipi. r tax certlflrat -s at Anion house at 10 o'clock Sunday
for the year 1010. Acrordlnn; to the i ami holy roinmunlon will be colobrat-
law. all applications, with the ?1,L'00
fee and bond, muht be filed on or
before nest Wednesday. Hot ween that
dae and the first of October, when
the present certificates expire, a
HkUI official Investigation will be
made Into tho records of alt appll-irlal
A great howl Is bolng raised byj
tho dispensers of liquid cheer, many
of whom fear that they will fall by
the wayside this year and that re
newal ot tholr licenses will bo re
fused. It is assorted in some quarters
that It Is Impossible, to conduct a
saloon In a law-abiding and orderly
manner. Such declarations w u'd ap
pear to bo tin argument for a reduc
tion In the number of metropolitan
saloons. As a matter of fact, this
reduction is already in progress, hun
dreds of dives having been wlpd
out within tho last year. The n to
rious places which formerly flour
ished In various parts of the d'y.
but especially in tho Tenderloin ills
drict and the lower Kast Side, aio
now nearly all closed.
Anion house. Music will bo furnished
Corporation Payments. I nt the mnln sorvlco by tho choir ot
September should bo a prrsporoua j (Jrnco church, Now York,
month In Now York, especially for nr. McClulness said tonight that
those who own a few blocks of choice tho funeral prngraninio had boon nr-dividend-paying
stocks. It Is estl- ranged with no doslro Tor ostentation.
mated today that the disbursement of
1 dividends and Interest by corporations
during tho month will reach a total
ot "is gi
' entitle total will be about equally ill-
med between interest ami ill vmouii)..
Disbursement of the latter show tin
lueronso of between six and sevon
.... . ..r I .... .
Stateswoinanshlp Is the latest pas
time among tho club women nf New
York. Tho Good (lovcrninont Club Is
responsible for tho now game, by
which fair politicians hope to gain a
prat-tli aj knowledge of wl c purine
and other pursuits now usurped bj
inasciillno statesmen, The club Is U
Y EWS AID
IN NEW YORK CITY
with the greatest
Silhouette gowns are the wry lat-
r f"!"" " delight the
woiiihiikiiiii aim Keep
bands awnke ' night. Lillian
"Oil, wno will open lier
" wl" ''1''"
' i. . Hi. w i..t. i...ii.. i. ...
giwns are of tho Crook mode
fit the form as If put on by :n
fashionable mode of a few mouths
hence Marrlpil nun who had hoped
for something slinp! and iiicxih u
may as will git i.u- ii i -m
nimble 1 l'.ir
TAKES PLACE TODAY
CEREMONIES WILL BE
oil at II o'clock at St. .lohn'.4 Kpis
copal church. Anion. This service
will bo open to omployos of tho es
tate and residents of tho neighbor
hood. Hev J. Holmes .McCitiluess, roil-'
tor of St. John's, will deliver a memo-1
Tho burial sorviro will take place
at St. .lohn's at :i p. m. This will bo
conducted by Hev. Crcswoll Do, mo, (
Kplscopal bishop of Albany, and Arch- (
deacon Nelson of St. John the Divine,
of New York,. .iKlsted by Dr. Mc-'
(illness. Interment will follow In
the Hunimuu private burying grounds
a stone's throw southeast of tho
Although It has boon announced
that tho II o'clock sorviees would be
private the member of the family
and the few friends Invited to attend
, will fill the little Kplscopal church
' with its small seating capacity of
barely 150. Twonty-two carriages
havo been engaged by the family to
I convey tho party from the church to
, tho house. Theso nre In addition to
I tho mnuy vehicles belonging to tlm
jjKhop Doano and Archbishop Nolso.i
j were a.-ked to officiate, because tlry
were close Irlends of .Mr. Hnriiman.
To Sulphur by Auto.
W. (!. Chancellor and Morris Sass
loft yesterday atternoou for a visit
to Sulphur. They wont overland In
i Al-ltiti..,. ., 11.. t.n l-
the owner to travel over any kind of
loads with much ouso.
At corner D strcot and Third ave
nue, northwest, can toll your past,
present and futtir. Ixive, courtship
and lnurrlnge. Locate stock and other
property. (Itvo satisfaction. Hours, 9
a. m to 9 p. m. lOtf
Many a fellow with no desire for
great weal h would like to bo rich
(iiuugh to tell his boss Ju t what ho
tht.'k of him.
JUDGE ROBERT S. LOVCTT OF
TEXAS MAY De GIVEN ACTIVE
MANAGEMENT OF AFFAIRS.
Austin, Txas. Sept. 9. Judtte Hob
rt S. LoveM, rounaehl of tie- gnuth-i
erti Pacific company for years, p r
annul tegs I sd'lwcr of K. II. liar-1
riumn, and one of tho several men-'
tinned "S the probable sin-censor of
the latter as the active manager of
the vast llarrlman system of rait-1
ways, was bom and raised In the
backwoods of Texas. 1
".Mr. I.ovttt's boyhood home was In
the imek-wiMilleal' part of the pine
forea's of oust Texas," aaUl one of
his friends the other day
marvelous how he has risen In the
world. He was born In a IHtle lug
etibln, located In a typical forest
cliwrlng, where just enough com and
. . . a
other products were grown m r eu
the hungry mouths of the family, lie
educated himself by reading at
nUh's from the llisht of a pine knot."
Mr. li)vett is lit years old. Vli.-n
a boy he lot his first Job wlih a
rallioail ttuit of running n pump at
a small station on the ll -nnion. Kast
and West Texas railroad, which I
now a Southern Pacific property.
He put In his spare time reading:
law. and en'ered a law firm at
Houston us a eleik. Ills nathe abil
ity was quickly recognised and he
was sent to a little town where
In- represented the railroad In do
fi'lldlllK suits before the Justice of
the pence. I
Ills position was ealUsl "row-coroner"
lawyer, lie soon proved him-'
self too good a lawjer for thu posi
tion, and he was taken Into the firm.
He made a special study of rail
roads, nnt only from a legal stand
point, but In their broadest scope.'
He was noxt appointed assistant
general a'torney of the Texas and
I'aclflc, and was soon afterward pro-1
united to be general attorney of that
Ho resigned that pcslllou about'
IMC to enter the firm of Maker .t
Hotts of Houston, general aforneys
for the Tomis lines of the .Southern
I'aclflc. Tho establishment of tho
state railroad commission with Its
mtiHunking powers Mini other wide ,
authority over railroads opened a
new field for the energies and stud-'
Ira of general attorneys of Texas1
railroads. Complicated subjects re lat-,
lug to rrelght rate and traffic af
fairs are constantly before the rall-j
ro.nl ivniniissinu for consideration.
It Is necessary that the railroads
represented by their attorneys
when niece suiijocis come up mr
discussion anil settlement. Mr. l.ovott
was selected as the r.dlroad com
mission lawyer of tho firm. For
several years there was hardly a
week that ho did nnt come to Aus
tin and appear before the rallioail
commission on some ma'ter Involv
lug tho freight rates. I raffle or
operating affairs of the Southern
He made years of deep study af
the Intiicaiiea of freight rate-making,
the details of operation cf rnllwiys
not only in Texas, but all over th
Cnl'.ed States, lie fainlllarlxeil him
self with every department of the
He was quotts! In Texas as .in
expert In the various detail of rail
road management. He combined his
knowledge of railway matters wH'i
his legal learning, and occupied thf
highest rank among the general at
torneys of railways In this stale.
Mr. Uivett's success In deall.ig
with propositions thnt come bofoioj
tho Texas railroad commission it-j
traded Mr. Ilarrlinnn's attention, an.1 ,
caused the railroad king to enll
lxrott to New York tit a salary nf
JfiO.OOO a ynr about five years as".
i It Is stated that Mr. Lovott now
draws a salnry of 100,000.
"I would rather live In Texas nt
$2.',00 a year than In New York it
$.10,0110," Mr. I.ovett wrote to a friend
bore soon after he went to the
j It is known that Mr. Hariiman had
the greatest confidence In Mr. Lav
ett's ability and Judgment In rail
way matters ns well as a lawyer.
"Wo think a great deal of Mr.
Uivett," said Hariiman when In
Texas last spring. "Wo ire going
to keep him in Now York."
Do not be persunded into taking
anything but Toloy's Honoy and Tar
for chronic coughs, bronchitis, hay
fovor, nsthmn, and lung trouble, as
It stops the cough and bonis the
lungs. Sold by all druggists.
Whlskoy and drug habits cured to
stav cured. No euro no pay. No
money until cured, Is our motto,
dw Ardmore, Ok'a
flcad Ardtnorelto Want Ads.
WILL DE FEATURED AT THE COM
ING OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR.
NO CHARGE FOR ADMISSION
Amuiemrnts Provided Will Oe Band
Concerts, Vaudeville Perform
ances, Hone Show and Famous
Herbert A. Kline Showt.
An Innovation that will delight Hum
sand will hi- the Inauguration of nigh'
entertainment at the rotnlm St.ite
Fair at Oklahoma City. Sepuinbi i r'
to October S. Grounds and l.nll.llni
kilt he brilliantly Illuminated and ihi
Tlit - rtnlmiH'iit provided will be str.ctij
nigh li.iSK, moral and tellned
Hand Concert by Famous Miihu-.iI
organization, and Vaudeville nltrac
tlons will bo the program nightly,
nblle In the Amusement Park t went 5
o.' tho famous Herbert A. Kline Shows
will afford auittseinont for all. In this
stupendous aggregation will be found
purli sterling acts as the famous lg
gorrote Village. Trained Wild Animal
Shows, the Hattle of Santiago, the
Model City. SehllUlo. tho Alloc (lirl.
Alice the Wonder, Illusion Show, and
the Tiny Prince, Tho Human Itotilettc
Wheel, Circling Wave, and the (llass
Ulowers. Tho (Irand Forks. Dakota
Tlmea has the following to say of
theae attractions which weie seen thl.-.
season at the North Dakota Statf
"That the State Fair tuanageinent
made a lc move in securing the
Herbert A Kline Shows for the
Amusement was shown today when
the various shows making up this Coin
pany wore opened. A liner line of
attractions has never graced an amuse
mi ut park In this City than Hint which
ti to be found on tho State Fair
tirouuds this year. Kvery show offer
ed Is of the very best, nud, If tho
crowds fall to be pleased, the reason
cannot Ho In tho quality of the offer
ings. There are fun factorlcis galore
from one end of tho Park to the other
and every show Is In a class strictly
by ItM'H, and not one number Is tlie.e
that does not come up to and even
surpass the expectations of tho e.igi r
crowds that have already visited them
The Human Hotllette Wheel will bo ,
one of the big attractions for It pro
vides more fun to the square Inch than ;
any mnehlne ever put on the State
The Main (iates will be thrown open
at 0:00 o'clock each eeiilng and no
charge will bo made for night admls
hlons. This Is an Innovation but has
bi-en decided upon by tho State Fair
Association to accommodate the thou
hands who hud It Impossible to visit
the exposition except during the even
lug hours. All llulldlngs will bo clos.
id at night except tho Imposition
Hulldlug and Auditorium.
The Amusement Park will he open
each evening, and the Night Iluriiu (
Show, Vaudeville Performances, and
Htitid Concert In tho (Irand Stand for
which an admission of uric will bo
charged, will be ono of the features
ot tho evening entertainment. ,
LARGEST IN THE WEST.
The mammoth carousal erected nt '
the Oklahimn State fair grounds nnd
to be seen in operation at Oklahoma
City 8iptemlKr 1!!) to October S. Is
one nf Hie third largest of the kind '
In the wot Id. The carousal Is six fo.it I
lnrnor than the one soon at Chicago i
during the worlds fair. It Is cqulppud i
vlth music, bus many moving ani
mals and will nccominudntu 1U0 pur-,
boiih nt one whirl.
I Charles Clifford Rollins.
I (lone to tho homo of the goml In
1 hoaven Charles Clifford llolllns, the
1 little sevon year old sou of Mr. anil
Mrs. Charles W. Hollins, of our city.
Little Charlie was n bright, cheer- jjwrt of Iho $'.'0,000,000 nww equipment
fill little follow; tho pride of loving i for Its 'JT-hour passenger service
parental himrtu; gentle and kind to 'from Chicago to Denver to be In
his little sisters; tho light and Joy UiiKuruteit next Sunday,
or the homo. The Master said, "Of . This first Ifllot library will have
such Is the kingdom of heaven." le luxe setting; the be ok eases aru
Little Charlie went away September i,f SaujiiKo mahogany to match Mm
9, 1909, from his ourthly homo tn; woodwork tlwoutchoiit the writing
return no more, but Invites nil to hUjroom and ladles parlor and the ears
new sweot home above where partlnx are the first built with n shii parlor
of loved oiioh never comes. Uiok up!n the stead of an i.pen observe! en:
sorrowing ones o the Lord and home p)Htf( nn. lti Hug In this sun p.iii
of the good. J. M. C.HOSS. I will be the height of traveling luxuiy
I so far devised The ami room U .1
The Road to Success.
Iina mniii tliul itrit trtia Itilt tifMlll
liun lining wur?t- uiyiiwiii) uuk
so desnorato ns poor health. Success
domands health, but Kioctric
Hitters Is the greatest health milliter
the world has ever known. It com
pels perfect action of stomach, liver,
kidneys, bowels, purltlos and enrich
es the blood, and tcnes and Invigor
ates tho whole system. Vigorous
body and keen brain follow tholr
uso. You enn't afford to slight Klec
trie Hitters If weak, run-down or
sickly. Only &0c. Guaranteed by
I saw a woman buying some cigars
for her husband tho other day. She
got thorn to match his stockings and
Tho woman that't got "nntlilng to
wear' Is tho ono that worries wh'n
'her husband qu.ts smoking,
Af Felker's Grocery Store
New kroul, sour and sweet pickles, sweet
Mango pickle, Dill pickle, Queen bulk
olives, seeded ribbon cane, sorghum,
fresh line new evaporated fruits. Call
and buy of our new goods. Fresh line
of Chase and Sanborn coffee and 1 lein's
varieties of pickles and preserves.
L. P. ANDKItHON. Pres. MOHAN .SCO IT, Vice Pres.
O. I.. ANIM'KHON, Cashier. HI) SANDI.1N, Asst. Cushler.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital Paid In $60,000.00
Surplus Funds .165,000.00
Total $225,000 00
The oldest bank in Indian Territory Accounts of firms
and individuals solicited upon the most liberal terms
consistent with food banking.
J. A. HIVKNH, President.
A. 11. I'AI.MKU, Cashier
The City National Bank
Surplus Funds 100,000.00
Accounts of firms and individuals solicited. Courteous
treatment accorded to all alike.
P. (. DINOS, Pre Itlont.
M. (lOHMAN, Vice Pres.
GUARANTY STATE BANK
.) per cent interest paid on time depot-its,
Largest State Bank in Southern Okla
homa. W e solicit a share of your busi
ness. DEPOSITS GUARANTEED.
IN PAR (IF 1 1 1 VP
III Unll uL LUAL
BOOK LIST OF HARVARD PRES
Ch'c.iKO, II'., Sept. II. - In thu adop
tlon of the library of 100 books no
lectitl by Dr. Charles W. Kilo, pros
omuiltus of Harvard University,
the first move In tho wet baa been
made by the lluiiluKtou mlhvuj
which has dot-Idea to 1hm.mI1 the
Kill,, books, the "fle foot library"'
of oontroery. as one of the features
of the palatial club ears which iio
' feet longer than
observation i! u-
; fei'ius, is enc.o-ieil In glai
fltUsl wl i
bronze uoors aim disappearing urouse
window sashes which Hrt in the
reu'er, mukliig it possible to luwr
them and open the shies of the fcun
room, when the usual discomforts of
an observation platform are ab.or.i
In such surroundings the classics
of literature never before were honi
ed, Plti'o's "Apology." "Phzmlo," and
"Crito," with which Dr. Kllot headed
his list, ami they remind one of the
marvels of "Arabian Nithts Talon,"
which ho put second to Plato. Uias-
zllng light will be there In.ttead of
'the eternal darkness In which Mil
ton wrote tho third book on
list. "Ueopaglll' s." Tin pht'osophh
,of Benjamin KrinV'l-rj uto'iirra
DON LACY, V.vO President.
O. II. WOLVHUTON, Asst. Casblor.
.1 M. .IONRS, Cashier.
J. W. HANNAH, Asst. Cashier.
Iphy," book No. -I. will contain no p f
lorcnces, beyond his allusions to ex
t iiorlments in electricity, that will nu
P"' 1,1 sol"!r t(),,traHt to 11,0 ,"xiiri,)"1
I Interior of the oar In which they will
! travel, with its deeply cushion' d
I i i ..i...t-.. r.. ..f . .1 . "
i in the hulTot and with couch and ..
score of chairs for women, llrown
liin'a "Hint on the Scutcheon," Cha t
,.,,, Canterbury Toles" and Cke'.'of
letter wIM bo In an atmosphere ft
novel luxury. Isaac Waltiin'rt "Com
jplrte Angler" will bo there, whlsktJ
the trout streams of the Kuckl
tbrouifh such scenery as Waltor
loved. These dub earn 7S feet lotin
not on'y an' longer, but llko Uu
othora of tho new equipment of 1
IhirUngton, aro illstlnctlvo to a d
gre' to eclipse any ars In use In th
ess or In the count: j.
Public notice Is hereby given th:U
thu County Commissioners of Car'
tor County, will roeolvo bids for th.
construction of 13IOIITY-SIX steel
bridges, In said County, as shown by
the plans and specifications now oi
file in the County Clerk's Office, up
to aud including noon. Saturday
September 18th. 1903, which said bids
will be open on Monday, September
Kaeli bid must be accompanied wlti
a backer's certified check f r teii pc
centum of tho amount bid.
We roservo tho r'ght to reject anT
and all bbU, or part of bids.
Witness our hands at Ardmoro, Ok
lahoina, this the 7th day of Sept
ember, A. D., 1909.
hoivt. f. sciVAiJy,
Hoard ot County Commit
V'ttAME, County Clerk
Read Thlo .
Yatos Contor, Kan., Sept. 18, 190"
After my doctors gave mo up to
dlo, Hall's Texas Wonder cured nif
of kidney and bladder trouble I'
hi the best liu.xllciuo on earth Mrs
II. 8. Johnson. Sold by all druggist"