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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore, Tuesday, Jan. 18, 1910
PAGE FOUR
By the
ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING CO.
5- 1 DM .Y SUWiH President
1 i, . I'd at tln Postnfflce at Ardmore
is Si nil-Class Matter.
nrtririAl tiAPPR riAllTKR CO.
a Mr. tub p.itv nrf AfioMOnB
If It Is In the Ardmorcltc, It In legal,
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
The Dally Ardmorclts.
On.
Oil" Month 6"
Out' Week 1"
The Weekly Ardmerclte.
P.r Year by Mull H-
Blx Months
Ihrt
ll....ll.a .7H '
lll I IIB ...........'. .wv.
Phones.
i: i in .4 Manager's Office 68
( If y JMHor's Offlre 6
l.cnii Distance Ml
v i v it, iiwiuh reflection nn the
cliara. It, standing or reputation of j
any person, firm or eoriKiratlmi ,
which tuny appear In the columns of
Tho AnlmoreHe win ie giauiy cor
I 'el n poll It h being brought to the
qtt'M'.iii of the management.
Eastern Representatives.
Win. H. Ward, Tribune Building,
New York.
Chicago Representative.
11 1' Henrique, 1 T 1 8 Mnrquclt
JIullillliK.
Texas Representative.
II (IoiIImiIiI. tit'jr,i:i .lunnlta
llutttlliiK. Dallas, T.-.x.ih.
Atdmore. Tuesday, Jan. 18. 1910
liu X'dmorelle i authoi ied to an- i
liouiui I.1M0 CUI'CK a a lan-Hdiite
lor (eM rnor of OklahiNiia. .iilijeet to i
tin at lion of the liiMiioerat voters at ,
tin ,pi!inaiy elect km to be held Aug-!
Ust i 1910.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOR STATE OFFICES.
13 GRAPEVINE HEPOH1 i dir of the week III looklim ovor the
Reports are Insistent that Judge i plans Tor the court Iioiiho siibmll
.1i sso Dunn will resign from thu ' ted by nri-hlteets. Kaclt nrchltoct
b -iili within the next two weeks or ' Is given his turn and each Is kIvcii
till t.v la. or tuxi mouths, and an
routiie his candidacy for the demo
t rat u nomination for governor.
(iimi vine dlspatclitis state that .les-i-
going to do this to save thu
uow.iilc party from being "runt
tj the b.uk" by Leo Cnice and
lid. M-irray. This certainly is very
lo.iidt late of Dunn, accepting the the luxird. County Attorney .Math'
K .ipcvliie report as true. The demo-j en. Is working with Idle commit
tratic party certainly, also, owe' ''oner
iio'hitu 'o Dunn that it hnsn't paid :
I I fllll Mill, llll,ii..,.l I... I I
... ..... m.... ... t.i. i-c.1, i iriiii'.Mi lilt. II
i mi annually. He has Hretid been
xj jihI hejvnd most denifK-ruts. '
a id he has deserved all that has
lim : ven him. In getting into the
i.iif for governor he only detracts!
f o'u the strength of Mr. Crine.
Hi will not hurt Murray to an)
I, n-'dei.ible extent, and he will
l ot defeat l.ee Cnu e. We fall to
mi wlvre he will gala much hoiild
at finally get Into the raen fur gov
irii,i' lie can bo re-elected to his
"u 'it position, a place on the
Hii! i'i".ii,' hciich, without opposition
Pi his ,,.,1-ty. He has a fight on 111" 1
i.n.iis .nouiu ne nitiKe tne race ior
'"urinT with the odds against him
I'l'uiig iu tho campaign three
i's ago. Hon. le Cruce con
il" d a vigorous canvas, pitch
i 1 Ids battle up.m a high moral
i i
ignored abuse and vllupero-
tn tiiuiice, met defeat, came ,
iniing and supported the en-,
M.iti
ticket and has been the
loval dignified citizen since, j
'i. asks the democracy to sup
lit. a tor the highest honor in
in; of the party. If the dem
t , iiarty ever owed auv man
1 I'T
t ung. the Oklahoma democracy I
nii.iiiily Indebted to l.ee Cruce I
time. Hut passing this by, I
IM-t of ;spodU,ncy. effV 1
and capability, those esse,.-
i ... success and maintenance !
r. Lee Cruce is the logical
..... ,,. ........
ii-i.iie lie can win. He would
Oklahoma a nooil aovernor. u
i! meed chief executive, there i
il.i l" no stain of scandal or
i mi ol suspicion upon hi con
d i i I the state's affairs, as there
lone ugnlnst Ia'o Cruce ns
,.m and cltisen. lie will make a,
I"iiid -iu'o iu this section of Ok ,
r i. ..... reganlbjus of any mwi
v.,.. now, or may be in the race,
I I W ive-Deinocr.it. ,
" ' -
BURLESQUE DUNN OUGHT
TO PROSECUTE
If Jesse Dunn doesn't ue the
Ok i i nn in fur personal damages it
w i 1 be because he Is long sitlTcr
lim or blind. That caricature of
.'esse that the oklahoman run on
th. front page yesterday im.rnli.g
v.fidii - a-e a n.ggi r baby Into I'mtv
lvi,l f sp,s,- j; itni,. Mm , I
l"'
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It PICKUPS HERE AND THLRf M
t:
tt :; :: t: :i tt :: :: t: tt tt tt :s tt
Scventten Prisnr.
There iirc seventeen prisoner in
I he rlty jail. The boys nm nil
' broke, but Ihwr Insist on drunk
.it frequent Intervals ntift flifht now
.ml then.
Dsath of MlM.
Mm. K. H. liny dn has received
a telegram from Cornim Phrlatl,
Texas, c om eying the nows to her
f the death of her nleee, .Mr.
?!tnj,v Noimetit. Tho deceased la
nlii ii gianilchild of Mrs. A. W.
vUImorc, ho resides lit this etly.
Pleassd the Judge.
;i Judge Mbmhi received a handsome
calendar !Kty m a present from
the M. ('. 1 ,11 He Megs lis company
of rIWbi. ohia. The raw !
. . .. . .- '
limn t- oi mi-iiiibii nnvrr una I" rrry t
handsome. Kvory lawyer who nee
I threatens lo commit the net of J
tl.ert and remote It from the desk
of the judge.
Marrlngo Lie onto.
Marring licenses have been
I nr.intiMl to .1. W. .Movie ami Mint
Mary Hpenpei" or Aftiltiore, and T.
A 1'rnr.Ur and MU Allee Itnllev of
Keller.
Called Committee.
11. P. Helvally, ehiilriiinn of Hi"
si.iti' ui'R'aiiiiHtloii of county eoni
inlssiiiiierii, hitH iHnueii a cull for
the legislative coltllllltteo of tile,
iej!.inl.allon I" meet In (futhrlo next
I11lnlH) wnrn they will rotifer with
tin! leclilature In reference to leg-
s.itlon allei'tlllg Uni counties. The
lommlttee Is coinpnseil of A. I..1
Ilousen, W. C. Ilrvaiit. W. C. I tarn-'
yard, lid Overholser, (!ld (iraliaiu,
,,, n, Sehally, preklduut anil
officio liiillriillin.
Selecting Plans.
Matters bid full- iiiia- fur tin.
Matters bid fair no.v for tho
iimiiilMsloiiers to Hpeutl the romaiii-
the Niuue amount of time to explain
hi plan-. The conimlssloners real
Ire they have an Important piece
of work on their hands iiiui are
using due care. Twenty etn of
piaus nave been submitted and ot li
cet wired this iiioniliiK asking for
more time to gel their plans before
ARE CAREFUL
f USING UOOD JUDGMENT
j PRACTICAL COMMON SENSE IN
SELECTING PLANS.
"They may skin us." said Kobt. !.
Scivull.v, chairman of the board of
county coiniulssioiicrs today, "but we
ore olng to be at the sklniiliig." Tne
commissioners are on the lookout In
letting the contract for plans foi the
ounty court huso Their good judge
ment means much to the people of
tho county, their time Is veiy val
uable In looking over the plans, t In n
Judgment must be relied upon .mil
the commissioners feel their renpou-
mlbllity. W say and without aiiv tie
gree of flattery that Carter count)
commissioners have a very high stand
lug In the state, ihey have labored
hard and the people ot Carter coun'y
are with them. Republicans In the
county state that the democrats have
a set of men In these otflces they are,0" B"uul "asnnupon sireet aiier an
perfectly willing to trust. j Hluess of several months. He had beoit
Tho only work to do to eliminate."1
graft if ny .to ,, bJ a nZ i
U to manage the business so hat
no contractor and the architect
have a stand-in. or anv con, im Ion
' .. :
whatever. When that bid is
c..me,i il... rehu..,.. u-.n t....... n... !
his work will bo inspected bv out-
sldx aunuis enminvii iiv ti.e ....I.,.
misskmers and every effort will be
,,,. ...!. I . ,
made to see that value is given In
i, it mm irum inn money expended
The .ouimlssloner. .11, no doubt I
give Oklahoma architects prefer-j
eme m the making of plans if.
all oMur things are pla. ,
Mr. W. 1). Prauie is pleased to an-
uounce to his customers that hu has
secured the agency for Zeuio, tho
best known romedy for tho positive ,
ami permanent cure of Kczeina, Plin-1
pies. Dandruff. Hlackhends and every
form of Skin or Scalii disease. .K.MO ,
is a clean liquid for external use,
gives Instant relief and euros any
form of skin nr sc.iln iIIkii-iko hv !
destroying the germ that causes the
disease, leaving a dean, healthy
8k,n- Mr Frame will gladly show
v, i p-oof if many rcniaikable
u 1 1 made by ZKMO.
IP
if! OUSTER SUIT
, ATTORNEY GENERAL OF MIS-
SOURI WANTS RAILROADS
FINED OR OUSTED.
VIOLATED ANTI-TRUST UW
Attornoy Gcncr.ll Says Law Was VI
ol.itod In Fixing Freight and Pas
lenger Rales In That State Rail
roads File Demurrer to Petition,
i
,
Ar.
Jefferson City. Mo., Jan. IS
iriiiiK'iit. were lieaun train v In I lie '
"
supreme court in tho huh riled by (
the uttoru-y general to fftie or otiat 1
, HXf,.t. railroads of thin state
for alleged Wolatlmm of tho antl-'
tiun Iiwh. in fMiin the frolght
ami p.i oi'iigi-i rateji
Tli- i iiiio.nls nii i a iiciuiiri r
III! (H'lllKlll
to
COTTON MILLS
FOR THE SOUTH
EXPECTED THIS WILL UE BANNER
YEAR FOR TEXTILE MILLING IN
DUSTRIES IN SOUTH.
Itieliinoiul. Va., .Ian. IS. lteixirtti
fl""m ovu1' thu cotton belt Indl.
thitt I'.tlo will be a banner year
for t'11' textile liillilig Industties of
the Sotitn. Cotton iiianufacturers will
doubtless make a grent str.de during
UH' 'ining lweie moiitiis. and be-
' 'Miilng twehe moiitlisi. and
fore many years t is tiredlcted that I
New Kan I ii nil's vjiuntiil supremacy In
tho textile line will be In danger.
Additional ."jilniles and looms aro
being added to mills all over tho
Honlli, while many mills all over the
new companies aro formed wholly or
in part by men interested in estab
Ish'Sl and sucecttsful cotton factotiet.
Thi'M' eiiterprlncs require the expen
dlture of millions of dollarn, which
add lo the wealth of tho .South and
provide employment for many thou
sands of her people. in msniy iu
.lances the construction of a now
mill entails the establishment of an
entirely new city, with water sup
ply, sewer sjsteni, el"ctiic lighting
iiuipmeut, Improved streets anJ
sidewalks, modern cottages for the
operatives and other faclllt'ie for
the health, comfort and contentment
t the employes, us well as schools
for 111 education of their children.
churches tor their religious train
AND lug. etc.
An impoitaiit feature iu Southern
cotton milling Is the adoption of
o'ecliiclty for power, and many of
the new mills are equipped for ltB
use, while a number of the eit.'MK
pin nt s have changed their pot.er
equipment to the electrical tlrivvt
DR, KINSEY DEAD
IL
-
FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE
HELD AT TWO O'CLOCK WED.
NESDAY AUSPICES MASONS.
Dr A. li KIiim) di. ! this morning
ut 10 o'clock at the family residence
fel,v,'r LU'' N,,W Melco 'ur tlie
"' " the
Un" ,,f wm" I
rt''urne' m'ri' R 'ow ,m' ko t j
I bl' w,,h hl" r"mll t,urt 1,U la.t ;
ilmurs lir. Kinsey had llviHl here only :
.. i ... i i i ,
"'w 'imi. "an inaue many ;
friends.
The remains will he Iiiii-Im.I ut lu'n !
o'clock tomorrow atternoou nt Hose
Mill ,.dlnl.,m. I5.t.....r.l . ...Ill
11111 l-IIIWI.-i; , riiiiui.ii l.rlttTB iiii
, lu , .nmll.,ttl. tlll. ,.,.,,.,.
..... ., , . 1
,i,ralM.r
Attention. Masons. i
Tllt. nwmhrA of Al,imort. Uu
N .,. . . .. ... ,
m the hull m i.,..!...ir u'niim.niav 1
ARGUMENT BEGUN
.. i.,.. , i. .. .....
"r deceased brother, A. li. Kinsey.
l.KO. KRICHSON, W. M.
t; n ltHPCP Secieturv
"' "IU 1 '" b,p,(,t'tO
. .
""' v,""an who thtough life
idiiving blidse Is not hIuiici urn.
paie.i to . ros It when she' comes
,
" "
I1' you fiiki Hp rllniorclto'
The Distingui. lung Feature of
Ozumulsion ID its CURATIVE
QUALITY, Which All Other omul
nons L.ick.
FOOD MEDICINE FOR THE
HOME.
O.OMl'I.SION h u Hie, i. Uqui '
F oil powerlul us ,i S ill i lent and Tl
sue builder.
O'KhMULSION is recommended fur'
the Keehle iin;l limiieliiud .became It
nuts new blood Into their veins.
OfcOMCUSION Is recommended lui
Thin People, because It makes 111, in
p.uti.p or fnt.
O.O.MUI.SIOX Is r. commended fm
Puny, Sickly llabieM, liecnuso It in.ikt
them glow
Into Siroiig, Yiaoiou
Adults.
OJ50M I'l.SION U a K mil Medleii.,
that wippllen nil es. titlaln iu i-hjuij
P'rvo pliyi. al Health.
1'll.VM
"".'
07.OMIM.SION N easy to take
easy to digest easy to iiHsIinilate
These vital tipees.ltli n make O.O
'Mt'LBlON the iiionI VAI.CAIII.IO
SCI IJNTI 1'IC PltKPAItATION of Cod
Liver Oil ovor Coinioiiiided. ,
O.oiiiulxlon Is known, reuoiimiiMideil i
and xnld by wot thy di iiKKltits every- ,
wln'ic In li! o.. and S o. Iiottlea.
AI.im utk for OzoiiiiiIhIoh hy naino. i
Tli. it all may experience for them-
.sclw what this eM'liiit.ve preparation j
will do. a :! o.. Trial bottle will tie
b mall to all o sen ltliC! ad 1
d;i -s. a) postcard i.r letter, to the Ozo-
liiiulsioii Co., ; IS Pearl at., New York.
BLOODY RECORD
OF BASS REEVES
... ..j.... ...... .....
federal nPPir.PPR MnimM -rutr.,
DEATH OF NEGRO DEPUTY MAR. '
SHAL, WHO KILLED 11 MEN.
!
Muskogee, Okla.. .Ian. 17 -Hu killed
fourteen men, but nothing more true
could be said of him than that ho did
his duty, and today the federal officers
and ex federal officers In eastern Okla
homa mourn the death of old lluss
Reeves, "lilac k liass," as he was
known, for he was a negro. No history
of frontier days in Indian Territory j
would be complete with no .mention
of Mass Reeves, and no tale ot the
old days or "Hell on tho llorder" could
be told without the old deputy mar
shal as a prominent character, lie
died Woilneif lay, after several 'nonths
of Illness at the age of 7.
l'or thirty-two years, beglnuln.; way
back In the seventies and ending In
1SH)7, Ilat-s Reeves wus a deputy.
Dining that t.me he was sent to arrest
many of the most notorious charac-
ters that in those days lufcated this j
tiait of the Indian country, ami be-
cause he was gifted with a mind that
.knew mt how to quail, and an Inteii-1
ity purpose that led him to follow
criminals day and night, dogging the
fugitive's trail- because of this, he
rarely failed to laud Ills man iu' the
Muskogee federal Jail. As his record
shows, it often happened that he was
iinabl
to get him alive, but the old
deputy often said that he hail never
shot a man except iu self defense. He
was once tried for murder but was
acquitted on the ground that lie had
killed the man In the discharge of hlrf
ll," an I to Nave his own life.
'"is outh. and III the early days
" Arkansas. Mass was a slave, enter-
I mtf tii.. f..,i. .,.. ...ri'inn i.w ,. .li.i.inv ton i
years after the clo.se of the civil war. I
'.That wt long before a court had been
li.HUlh Uhei iii Hull in Terr Inrv mill nil
that country was "ruled ' from the fa
mou court at Ft. Smith. Then when
people started to come Into the Indian
Terr tory and a marsha was sent to
"T'l' l '" detailed there.
(' '""i,')' ai'ts which typi-
the an ami bus shows his devo-
tion to duty was the arrest of his
ttU'li uskii it tiitl tkt iltn uri'iikit nf
the younger Reeves tor murdering his
wife ha! been Issued and Marshal
llcniiett siid that perhaps another
deputy had better be sent to servo It.
Old Hast wus in the room and quiet-
iv "iiu.. n, ui-it u.. u-..nt
mi, restedhls bright ii.m.nto
couit and saw a jury try him, convict
him and sentence him to life Imprls-
onment.
Heevcs had many nnriow escanas
but was never wounded. At difforont
! ... ....
were snot from his coat, his hat punc-,
rcu aim ins nriuic reins snot irom i
his hand, but no bullet ever touched
his body. And this, too, In spite of the
fact that he ,ald he never llred a shot
until after he was llrod at.
Tin
tre.b'e with people who can
only talk on one subjict is that
C ty alwas do.
JUDGE ARTH
i:alti d Uuli r II P () K V i is
liotlli iiillllliK
AT HULL TONIGHT
FATHERING
OF ALL THE AN-
TLERED HERD AT SMOKER-
VISITORS HERE.
j The Ileiievolent Protective Order
I of Klks wlil hold a reunion at
, their club roomR this eveiiltiK. A
.......i..... ...hi i i i i .
"'" "'" ' "- me ..uu, imi
all former IClks are requested to
be piescnt at tho sorlal meeting.
j There are a number of visiting l-'lks
in the city and they are especially
''liiested to be at the reunion at
the club rooms, corner Washington
and Hroadway.
The officers of tho lodge have
been very diligent In preparing for
the occasion. Short talks on Ulk
doin will be. made by K.xaltod Killer
Arthur Walcott, Deputy (Jratul Kx-
!,lt,'(1 Ruler Dr. .1. (5. Abernethy,
a,d other prominent IClks. There
wlll bo plenty doing to make the
evening a social success. The Klks
have one of the prettiest homes in
the state, they havo recently spent
soveial hundred dollars In repairs
and In new furnishings and Iu pro
viding their rooms with the lrjfit
literature. The Klks have always
been generous with Ardmoro when
a hall was needed for entertain
ments and they have tho best wish'
es and respect of the people of
the city. Their home ha always
been conducted on a high plaue,
and the ,0ys nt the meeting tonight
want to meet evory follow who
ever wore the antlers.
Avoid the Fall Rush.
and save time by placing your loans
now. Klght per cunt money on
farms and city property.
C. II. COOK,
Over (5eo. Adams' restaurant.
COUNTY COURT NEWS.
Several Dismissals in Liquor Cases
Where Conveying is the Charge.
Some of these days the attorney-)
who practice in the count) lourt ar-s
Kolng to wake up and llnd their cas-r
ldlmliwed from the docket. .1 i.!j:t
. Vinson com Mllllli uii-j iiiu lioi .i.' mi
'enough to keep up with the do:Vt.
I ""d he Is likely to furnish them w'th
l''"0'' ,,oll,) lf u'cse ,,a'''- im"!
-
l Jm U
J
tin . , .
In the enst oi me.
cases were continued today for tne
being pleaded
order of con-
rduiore State
' ........ ...rdl... II... ,lliit'.iu tl. ul sl'ifll
IIUIIK llfimil-n Ullll iliillii.. ...... .......
Wciks a continuance was taken pend
ing settlement.
.1. It. Dixon vs. tho Prlsco, suit for
damages, continued for tho term.
Homy Norton, conveying liquor, din
missed at cost of defendant.
Henry Darr, conveying' liquor, dls
IlliSSOll.
T. J. Jatksnu and P. W. Skagg,
convelng liquor, dismissed.
Swnfford Dry lioods Co., vs. H. A.
, Owen, et nl., contlniiod.
WmuUmi snilih Hat Co.. vh llama
llMlll.. ... nl ...... .1.II....1 f,.M 111.. I. ..'!?,
m J'"- j
lsou ior seiuoiueiu.
I LXxw- i"n, uscaptng iiom
I eontlnued for term.
Jail.
, LOST School warrant on District
No. 50 for $123. Kinder pleaso
leave at County Superintendent'.!
olfice and receive reward. IS i
jj
UR WALCOTT,
M io will ptealk toill(,'lit at tlio
oi tin- KlkH
i
DR. J. G. AUERNETHY,
.Disirlit Deputy (Jrand lxalted Huh r
of the Klks. He wil be among those
who will give the visiting Klks ;i
hearty hand'huHc at the Homecoming
tonight.
ITrMR
CARTER COUNTY BOYS HELD A
LOVE FEAST AND BURIED THE
HATCHET.
Hoy M. VTnhnsou, editor of the
Statesman, who ha: been 'working
assiduously for the past month ti
heal the broken places in the bi-nl
republican party, announces tha.
Ik- has succeeded and that the Hon
and the lamb have lain down to
gether. Other republicans who at
tended the Guthrie meeting state
that local differences havo been
patched up. Postmaster IXiuglas and
his friends have made up with State
Committeeman lliinm and hM
friends, or vice versa as tho case
may be, and they have agreed to
b' good little children and fuas no
more. Whether the pacification will
have to do with the Ixme drove pos'
office fight is not known any a.vy
all is lovely now with the 'otal
politicians.
Another surprise has been sprung,
Kdltor Johnson has been vvnrk'iig
to Induce Judge Chas. .M. Cnmpb.-li
to allow his name to be used as
a candidate for congress In tne
fourth district, against Chas. D.
Carter. The tentatlrvo candldr..y of
Judge Campbell has pleased Cash
Cade, tlie national committeeman,
and alwi tile chairman of the .P.t e
(Mitral committee.
District Indian Agent Knnpp at
Hugo, who was a candidate, has
agreed to gut out of the race If
Judge Campbell will announce. He
says also he will work for Camp.
boll and the republicans say thuv
arc hopeful of winning the congress
man. IM llutlcr of Durant, Dyna
mite lid Perry of Coalgate, and U
Ci. Disney, who ninde one race Iu
this district, aro all favorable to
fy. 4ajksB'
V- . -S-- "
Southern Surety Co,
Issues Policies Gunrunlceinrf Titles to Real
Estate and Executes All Kinds of Bonds
Sand ford & Curb, Gen'l. Agts.
The best lino of Insurance & Loan Cos. in Ardmore
Kit,
$1.00
Per Week
Buys a n Hc'lison
Phonograph a
Luke's
Music Store
Establisheti 1895
What shall i do
with tlint spot? Don 'I worry.
When you send it 1o Ki:i:p U
, NlOAT ClA'P tllC Spot is NOT
Don't Worry, Klthcr
' because of luck of funds to buy
'a new suit. That last season's
'suit will look like a now one
j after bein cleaned by us
i KEEP U NEAT CLt'H
li. K. SON. Prop.
I TOLD YOU
That your kindness anil pat
ronao would bo rewarded, so
nil yon havo to do ii to call on
me for what you need in the
wny of groceries and feed antl
I will well repay you for your
money and trouble. City and
country people all buy ulikc.
Bottom price for spot cash.
No bail debts to ndd on your
purchuse. Come cue and all.
Virgil B. Giddens
NOTICE
I hnve opened a store at 12."i S.
Washington St., 5! doors south
of City Hall. Wi 1 buy, sell
mid rent second linnil goods.
I will pay you tho top prices
for your goods, and will rent
and sell you goods iih cheap as
enn bo done. Phono :iriH.
T. L. HOLLAND
the Campbell candidacy.
Judge CainplM'll mid Mujir i'nc.k
slopped off ut Oklahoma City on
their return trip from Guthrlo, and
it cannot bo learned how Judge
Campbell views the matter.
Dr. C. K. Sullivan was her.- to
day from Iine drove. II brought
his two children, Huth f.nd Paul,
to placo them in Hargrove college.
Isn't it strange that when a man
gets fat his hair generally gets
thin?

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