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Ardmore, Sunday, January 30, 1910 2ail Hvbmordtc. By the nnniTE pudlishino CO. iv SU;5S Tn-nlilc in I u'eieri at 111" I'ostofflce at Ardtnor" iih Hocoiid-OlfiM .Mnltor. OFFICIAL PAPEH CARTER CO. AND THE CITY OF ARDMORE If It Is In tho Arilnioielt", It Is liKtt. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tho Dally Arclmorelte. Year .0U . Month ' Week 1R , The Weekly Ardmorelte. i Oil On. (lie IV r six Year by Mall 1 1.00 Montlm IW, rhrco Month Phones. itu'-lm Manager's Office MS) City Hdltor's Office I.OHR Distance .j . . . .jj . . f3S ; ny erpwooun loflivtlon on tho character, PtundltiK or reputation of any portion, firm or corporutlnn , which may nppunr In the columns of Tho Ardinorclto will ho Rlailly ror-, ititiri upon Its bcltiR broiiKht to tho ttenlion of tht iniuinKcincnt. Eastern Representatives. Win. I). Ward, Tribune llulldlinc. Now .ork. Chicago Representative. K llmirlnuez, IBIS Manpiott llulldlni;. Texas Representative. II. Codbnld, C12i;i:t .llliilllta IIuIIiIIiir. Dalian, Toxiih. Ardmore, Sunday, January 30, 1910 :: :t it tt it tt it ii it t: tt it it it ii ii " tt it I am in !aor ol tie- oiiforce- ii it in-tn c.r oMiy liu pa-od up it ii on tho Mtaiulo IiihiUm, wln'tht-r ii ii the law inei'tB with popular ii ii favor or not. The duty of tho ii ii chief eecullo of tho tato ii ii Is to enforce tlio lawit as he it ii llmU them, and If tho enforce ii it incut of any law U ohnovlou ii ii to the people, they have their ii i! remedy In lt appeal." lci ii it Clllie 111 l.ctttr of Announce t! ti meiit. it i: :: :: :: t: it it ii ii ii a tt it tt LEE CRUCE AND THE DANK GUARANTY LAW. So far Oklahoum'H Hank (iuarauty liu has wlthstiiOtl all attacks. Unit i" the heavy ordnance of open ene mies abroad, beyond tho limits of the -late, and of the si cnH mid insidious traps and pitfalU of (he pctlferouii K ii' hrtod of political rodents who !.,ni- be i u at work upon the fiinda in. nt.il idllara of our atate Kovein 'in at ci er since Its foundation. Hut, .ih (iow-ruor Maake'i hot well aald, h it the future huldn In store of mine and turpiHlo, Is yet to bo learned and t behoove every friend of tho Kiiur .iMty law to bo const intly on Kiiartl, i. ir. fully watchlnn the dovelopmenta mi 1 1 ior wtates and eonformiiiK; our l''neiH to the mishap and fai:uro i f -miliar law In other stated. I'o pitch the light uhiii the propo nlon that the law Is absolutely pei r ' iinluiproveable and Itniirennable t aimt It provlsloiu with b'.lud i-arance of Its impceablllty la not i part of wlm. or een xi)edlent 1 '.atfsiunnshlp. We learn liy exiierl- I me, and ", ration. wo atiiriy 1jv by their So far the bank law Imti i toikcd well and dlsappolnttil Its eniv i its Hut that It Is susceptible of - ine htrcjiKtheultiK Inipitivoineuts is been plainly made npparout in the ,'t.. ifts of the wlndliiR nil', 'under Its ,i inulons, of fonio of tho i-fn mint b inks M'.it Lj-'o i.'ruie is not oiily a i im h frlenri to the iinnk (lunraiity I .i.i, but that he has been a close :-t of Its operations, with a view i's botlernieut. If possible, is shown ' jii Ud mil statenittullko man in whjeh ho dls,'tises the hiw 111 itinouuceiuent letter. s .ilioum Is the nrst stu- lu lh 'i to pass hii eftectlH' bank I mi i a haid Mr. Cruco, "Riiarantoelng p, ople's deposits The Okl.lhoinil ' k.ng l.i in many essontlnls Is an 'i ue.- over all previous banking - Tho provisions forbiiMlng losns i 'no officers of tho bank, the pro a preventing overdrafts, the pro - on allowing loons on rtl estate, i i piovlslon limiting the amount nl u ix-sits In proportion to the capital t'io bank, aro each and nil lm ii i i aiMiut upou the national bank i: law. Added to those Is tho guar "'isi future of tho law which Is Its (i -tiiictive merit. In the recent s ere tisst Riven the bnnking law bj i son of tho Columbia Hank und I'nist Company failure, every claim nf Its advocates wns fully vindicated, while Its init loleut opponents w'ra c impelled to admit that the prliiMpSs of lUMiring iltKibits Ik houiirL That fiilhire, however, has demonstrated "lm fact that tho law can be materl ally tivn?thonoil by the eiuietnienl of certain amendments. Anion!? the unn niliuentrt of the law that would tind to Improve it. I would favor tho following: "One that will prevent Interfer enee with thi- nriinlulstratlon of Mm l.iw bj- tho foilrrn; authorities. It la HPjmre nt to everyone tliut If t lie ferier.il inurt ran be Invoked to nppnlnt re n.v-r to ttii charge of Insolvent Ktn e bank, the b.uik rominlNRlom r. ait'l hanklnx bo ml will Im grcatlj hanrili apjHt In winding tip the affnln. of ftiiKmti banks. Thin trouble can 1m nvol.i-.ri by amending tho !uw to conform to th principle net foitti by tho miprm court or the I'nlteil Km cs In the mm of Texm agnliiRt th- Wanra-TMi-no Oil Company. Such othr HmoBdinciitd of the In"' ahonld '! papist a tlni" nnd xpnitir dim !(mk' will nun t In Ita betterment If I am rtertoil governor, I will do ali In my power to ntrcnjr.hcii mid up bold our ni(i to hanking law and on de.nor to throw about ovi-ry lnxmllilc rittenuard." TnU : not th' law-unge of a imll tli tan. A nolltlriiui erect u retlch or promulRHtog a ulnjfau and ttibotn Industriously to make the people be IU c thoy aro right and that uhioutc fnlth In flu m are noci muy to mic oom. I.ih ('rure endorses tho law, Mko n Ntatoainiu. from tho sluuripolhi of i: utility mid with tho toat-proofn ! of an expert banker. Mo iioch more i than that hp aays, while tho law- Id kcioI. one, we can mako It better nnd ; MIit HKliltist the HtlaekH of Its one ml"s nnd It la our duty to do so, nnd ho kIm h h iHTH-jtml pVilne ,lf oleet i d Rovernor, not only to uphold the l.iw. tun to atn imtlien It, whore It ii.tds HtrenRthenliiK, and to throw iib.mi Its siiccessriil operation every poHslblo MifoKiiard. In saylnn as much ns ho has about j the law, he took the chance of beiiu I nib understood, or laylnn himself open to tho chnrno of belnx a l.aiHllcenn In t It supjwirt aeharne which ho win will aware had nlready been made b ilioso Inimical to his catidldHcy i Hut It Is characteristic of Mr. Cnice tint lie baa met the situation with candor and the courage of his eouvle Hons, nnl no one can doubt In the face of no plain a deliverance upon the subject that ho Is not only a friend to the bunk xuirniity law, but Mint ho I such n rrloiul that he wants to see It bottom! In every way that will In miro Its perpetuity. JUDGE DUNN'S ULTIMATUM. .IiiiIko .Iihho I,. Dunn has a host of staunch, tannst trlcnds, who would Ik Klad to si i 111 m at.aiu the highest n .k of his ambition. True frieiuU are . nun times, chary of volunteering ad vice. I.Ik CorilellH, in I. ear, they are silent, when the Ioiikiicm of those n'hiWK iuotlvi'4, to say the least, often flow, not from fountains of tho oi aieni of frlcmlBhlp entirely uiiiuImiI with the liiKii'ttleiit of selflshncM, are clamor, us and eheiueiit. It Is i.tHVit ly to .IiuIro Dunn's credit Mint lias ihown in this si. tuition a clear-headiHl llniiii' -.s, n perspicacity of men and net his, and a IiIrIi minded llrmueaa tint I rare indeed In theko self-seeking; days', and his latest pronounce lin lit but utN conviction to the be lief that ho is an honor and u luster to the Judiciary of the state, lie litis shown himself ,i mHxi judgo In his own case. Ills declination to permit the use of his name In connection with the kuIi- 1 eitiHtorl.il nice, Is couched In ItuiKuaRo of exalted and dignlilod tenor, yet it linpiiits Its purpose with such firm- lies and tlun'lt a might almost be ronatrucil Into a rebuke of thojie ovei jsealoua friends who would, without u thotiKht of tlm high professional pride Inherent lu tho liiuti. hurry him fiom a position of the highest Juillclal honor, but newly attained nnd ror which his recently i tnb u's oiiiiuent'y lit him. into tho vor i tox of the iKilltlenl nitioUtorm, In pur suit of unci In r IiIrIi honor, which. It' won, would not be to his taste or llk Ing, or in aceor lance with the seheme und ambition of his life. It was snlil of Uiril Mnuslleld, the father of Knftilsh Morcautllo Law, and probabl) th iriMtU'st JuiIrk who ever sit upon the Kim's 11. -itch of lCng luml, that ho owed Ida great success in life to bis couslstiMil love for his cliosen profession. '1'lmt, once he chose tho law for his life work, he ueor hesitated:, never lookril lmck, lieer riRrrtted. mier turned nslde for tho most Influential ami seductive Mllurenieuts of jsiwer or iMtlltlcal ptwl U'n Ho made eery act of his lire subservient to his legal erHr. Mini al thrtigh ho acqulreil a political pntlRe lu his day that was overshadowed only by that of WI IIjih Pitt, liirl of CbHthnni, his grout antagonist, he litver. at any time, permitted the doubtful glory of polltk-nl honors to swerve hint from the one clear star of the law upon which he trad fixed his youthful j-io am! h) which he ever aftu wards guided hU finit At the cli max uf his career, ho might have bsen Prime Minister of Knglanri the highest iMiltical honor bestowablo up on a Kiibjoot--but when the crucial tlnu (iiiii. ho chose. Instead, to bo I Lord Chief Justice of the King's ' llcnih I This netlon of Kiigkiiid's famous , Chh f Justice Is cal ed to mind by the similarity of the temptation wnlch , has afsailetl Judge Dunn and the I hi, ' hood nil t d votlon to his life GRIM REAPER CAME FRANK X MACCUIRE ANSWERED SUDDEN SUMMONS WIFE IS PROSTRATE. A hlioiiK nttilotlc younii man, who had hold h lunratlvo position M purser on a ideamiriilp lino and who hnd formerly umti.ivori (ho ohuln of Ma.Riilre hotel In tho on!, loft ill homo tu Now York liut Octolmr mill on mo to Airimore, IhIiikIuk Ills wife with him. Mo iMinu hero to lay i foumlatloit Tor woalth In thU now stnto and had mado purclui.M j of i o.i I orftato and had many tonus o money on agricultural IiiuiIk. Al though lio hold In lils liiiud proinlort (. Imi lift and bunlneia mirco., hi wan ntrli ken Thnrnriuy with up pomllcltlH tiiid nt twenty mluiitcH ibeforo cleicn o'cliM'k yimlorday nun iiltix. ho died at tho Ntiniialoo mlim house, on A mreot. north west The wife la grief atrlck n und (Miild not control herself suffl',leiitly to make u statement to the press. Frank X .MacRiiIro Is the name or the deceased. Me wan on the steam ship which look CoimreHsnian Carier nml filtinr fiiiMiilidt-u f,f llw, ..(itiuroh. ' slenul imrty to Colon in tho Cnnnl Xono lust winter. Me and Carter became Rood friends and through the Influence of tho coiiKiosaiiiaii itr moved to this town. Me w;n scarce ly thirty years of line nnd was of athletic iiiillil. Me had been 'tire but a few months, but ilurliiK that time has tuiido many frleuda and his dc.ith yosteiday (tiused much sadness piiioiik those who know him und hi wife. TeleKniins have been sent to rela tives in New York. Kunora! nmuiRe incuts hao not been mado, but it Is thouKht the remains will be burled here. work nnd his chosi u piofo.Mion, which he, l.ke Manalleld, lias displayed tin di r like coiidltlous, tlinimh iierhaps III a humbler Held "I am not unmindful," hii.vh .liulc Dunn "but deeply sensible and i?nito I'll for the coiupllment paid mo In the .tUKKcstioti of my lltin-ss for the atn Cou mentlmieil, but having only Just atl iltieil the position which has been the jimliltlon of my life, I submit to the candor of till that the most cas ual prurience would not warrant Its voluntary iv!iuipilshmeut to enter : contest for which I do not now a in) in vcr have inspired." .ItidKe Dunn's true friends will not mli-t'ike his mranltiK and will re f pi vi his decision. As for his own future, ho will no doubt Mud cause often to remember with pride anil p'ui'-ure the day that he decided that the tut tin- of Dunn should not be the llrst to bo associated with a preced ent for tanking the nuprcmc bench of the state a stepping atom, to higher political honor, or a mere "coign of milage" for some future political strnloitlst, to make his reckonings from. ADDED ELECTRICAL MACHINERY. I Thnroughly Modern Blacksmith Shop I With All Facilities. Al Itlce. the popular blacksmith, IP West Hionriuay, has completed a new p.ilut room. He has also In stalled an el.'.'trlc motor blower for every forge in hU shop ami has thus added to his well known of fl loney, futilities unexcelled lu this section of th country. Ills drills irnl grluders arc also operated by elec iih Ity. Al does a general Maeksuilthlii . luislii.-ss, with horsoshoeltig a spe cialty. Ho also iimkes to order th 'best wagous lu the country hiuI does canlaRo painting nnd ruulior tire work. There is an expert in Al's estab lishment for every Jlne of work ami he Is prepared better tluiti i.vor berur.' to give the kind of satis faction sui.h has for seven years made his business om- of almost phenomenal success. The do. irtiueiit iosimmiiUmI to two Hie a ai ins yesterday. One in the afternoon at Dltsler Dry '(foods com pany, li.i-o some trash was burning am! which was extinguish! lielore the department ariluM. The seconri alarm was turnml In during the evening from the r.MlrioiK-o of .1. J. Stolfu. Some trash hail been burn ing iluriiig the day and when tho strong wind blew later, the fire was leklndled and a pll of luinb.M- be in mo Ignited. Tho flumes wer- soon put out after tho boyi arriv.xl on the FCl'llc. The Law and Order meet at the Methodist afternoon at .1 o'clock. Carr will read a paper League w III church this Mrs. S. S. on "Pltfulls for Hoys," to attend. The public Is invited tt it u t: it st t: tt tt WHERE TO WORSHIP tt :: it n i: it tt tt tt tt Drondway Methodist Church. Id a. m., Sunday Kchool. 10:50, pronrhiiiK. Subject, "Count Iiik tho Coal." At MiIh aorvlco Mr. Splmllor will ronilor n mductlou from St. l'aul'rt Oratorio. Tho mule quar tet will KlllK. :30 p. in., Upworth League. 7:110, Saerod conrort eantntii: "The Hverlastlnn MkM." I'rleiidn of tho church and Mtnin-Ki-rH In the city nie cordially In i Ited to attend these HervlooH. W. M. KOI'Ult, Pastor. South Onptlfct Church. Tho meetliiR at the South Ikiptlst church continues. Congregations have boon good throughout the week. The subject for the Sunday morning sermon will be: "Childhood the Hattlegrotiud or the Kingdom." The subjet't .Sunday morning will be "Sowing nnd Heaping." Then) will bo n muss meeting ot the younn people Sunday afternoon at :! o'clock. Tho meeiiuK Is expected to con tinue all ut this week. Kveryone cordially invited. D. X. CUKH, Pastor. Church of Christ. At the old IMptlst church liio.itluny. Hlblo School at 11:11. ;i. m. Preaching at 11 a. tu, und at p. in. l'verybody Invited. ;l.". First Presbyterian Church. Services will be hold today at a in. itiitl T p. m. Sunday School at !: I. a. in. .Meting or s.-ssloii at 10:11. a. Uulles an- specially urged to 11 in. at- lend the morning service. A cordial Imitation la extended to tho stranRcr. ('HAS. C. WICITM. Pastor. Christian Sunday School, Church. Ii'.lii ti. 111. Morning Subject, M oiling Subject, service, 1 1 a. 111. 'llaptisni." service 7: .10 p. in. "I'liyskml Strength- -Mor- al Weakness." ICverybody welcome. II. O. CON.N'KI.LY. Pastor. Catholic Church, liius-i will be ie.nl at ten sharp, followeri by Suiitlay Sermon iturliig liltms. Uvry. Holy o'clock Sehml. Loriy welcome. Fit. JAM ICS J. WAU.KAPP. Christian Science. Senlcs today In Odd Fellows hall at II o'clock. Subject, "I-ove." Cold er text. 2nd Thossalonlans .1:5. He sponsUo rending. Isaiah i"S:(i-1I. Sunday School at 10 a. m. All are cordially Invited to wor ship with us. Episcopal Church. Services at St. Philip's KplsL-op.il church tiMlay nt II o'clock. No ser vices tniilglit. ISHV II. II. SMITH. Pastor. VETERANS WILL ELECT. Pauls Valley Visitors Will Attend Annual Meeting of Camp. John II. .Morgan Camp, United Con-Tcili-nit" Veterans, will meet this af ternoon at throe o'clock in the dis trict court room for the purpose of eh. ting a full corps of officers for the cnsuhig yoai- ami delegates t' the niinii il reunion which will Ii? held In Mobile. Ala. Considerable Inn-rest l. being tak en In the meeting locally anil a large attendance Is oxpectml. The ilTlcers especially request all tv veternm to attend. Aiming the out of town people who will be here are dipt. T. 1.. endtill, Dr. Ilerry and W. C. Ran dolph of pmils Valley. Dr. (1. W. Anierson of Mllo who wa at the Masoni.1 meeting at M'Alester, went on to Muskogoo, where he took the Shriller degree. LOST At opera house Friday night, brown fur, with chenille ends. Mrs. T. K. 1 -arnoy. uotf ii ii it i: ii :: :: :: :: :i :: t: :: tt i .. ii CROWN CANDIES re hf,h grade candies. Uvery order comes to you s you expect It, Uvery pound you sell mnkes friends for your store CROWN BOTTLING AND MFG. WORKS. M. J. HAYS, Mgr. i ti ii n i ii n tt u it ti tt it tt tt tt tt tt tt GEORGIAN HERE TO DEVELOP ASPHALT WILL DUILD GASOLINE MOTOR WACON TO TRANSPORT MINE PRODUCTS. Varnish and P.ilntc Will Be Made, Natural Gas Will De Used for Fuel and Hundreds of Workmen Will Ue Given Employment. T. w. ilarbutt. nresldent or the Chl knsaw Asphalt company, accom - panled by his wire nnd seven elill - dreii. hi, t arrive.! In Ardmore from KHzsuml.l. Ca. Mr. Carbutt "'18 sieii at his temporary offtces In the Guaranty State Hank biillrilng yes tin day morning. When he saw ho was confronted by a persistent news tinner mini who wanted somethllii; .-. ,.,l,... ,..,n.. tl. ftonrnll.. a:ild: "I urn otmosed to this Sundav work and feel averse to giving outim,IU ,,,! tl,at ,naM' lf tlu nn statements that requlro labor on ! the Sabbath to put liofoii! the pub- lie." After being assured that the I Aldliioielte rihl but little work on ! the Sabbath, that the paper was real ly gotten out Saturday night before the clock struck Vi, he innrie a few HtntcmoiitK but said he hnd not 1 come to Oklahoma for any news i impel notoilety. lu tilt, I if Ml- rVirlintt llml Is an Index to his personality. Down lu the cotton fields of Georgia ho owns a ten thousand spindle cotton 1 mill and he employs a great many negroes In his factory. Mr. (Jarbutt I allows no unchaste language used i , In any department or the work anil every employe iiuderstantls It, but when a new negro comes on to the work he often forgets himself and says something which does not meet with the i.pprovnl or thn fieorglan, then Mr. .Vegro Is lu trouble. .Mr. Carlmtt rills a bucket with cold water, ho eases up beside the naughty talking workman, and be fore the darkey knows what Is going on, that whole bucket or cold water Is tunning lu livers down his shiv ering hick, and when the darkey sets up a howl there Is luightor among all the negroes lu the mill, as the cry front the htlng of the cold wa ter Is echoed throughout the plant. Resides being the owner of this mill he owns vast Umber Interest' In the state. Ills personal appear- aiue would not indicate any woaitn, he Is a working man hlimelf and the enlJotised palms prove that no man under him does more or the hard j work. Hut his experience in the ' ! timber lands stands him In good play in the work he hns undertaken hoie. lu Georgia the pine log proh- loin was to get the tree close to : the shipping station. In his asphalt 1 ' work hero the problem Is to get , j the asphalt near the shipping sta ! Hon. Well, the same power that, can economically move a log can j also move a ton or asphalt and . I the moans used In Georgia can , well he employed here. 1 Me Is Just now from Washington j whole ho made applications for let ' ters patent to a gasoline motor wa- gon. Something like ho has used I lu Georgia, but It Is ail Improvement nml lm wants it protected by Cult , ed States patent. Mo will begin , work on this motor wagon at once I and within thiee weeks to n month , one wagon will be built. It will 'i haul fifteen thousand pounds of ns- phnlt and a waiium attached will haul live thousand pounds, so that overy trip will bring twenty Thousand pounds of tho crude as phalt to the refineries. After this wagon Is built and ir It proves to' be what Is expected of It, others will be in it on the road. The wagon road from here to the mines at Woodford are now In good shape for the motor wagon, except the bridges. Tlne bridges must be strengthened. The eamty commissioners, It is thought will cooperate with Mr. tfarhutt and render him what as sistance they can under the law to help out with the road problem. The enterprise Is ouo in which the whole county is Interested and the commissioners have already signified , an Interest lu the movement. After thi( product Is mined at Woodford and brought to Arriinore i In tho motor wagon there Is another j problem to be solved. Asphalt must , be refined. Mr. Gnrbutt i ither knows j how to ilo the work or he knows how to obtain ox'iinris who rio know , nml he tins several applications from oxjiorts now on hl.i dsk Refineries , will bo built In or near the town, .lust nhere, no one knows, nnd neither dooa Mr. (inrbult. A Hlte may bo given the company by the railroad which Is most likely, Large nts will bo iiindo In which to heat the auphnlt nnd natural Kan will be used as the fuel. All effort will br made to Ket five cent Ras and If It cannot be had here, mi Inde pendent lino will bo built from the Kit a fields to Woodford and gas 1 cheaper than five cents can proba bly be Kotten. Mr. Oarbutt Is not bubbling oorj r,;r tzz ':r:2 x nsphalt Industry and he lias tho ' mentis to push the work. After tho ' rt,nurlcs nre In then a varnish , rn(.(0,.y w, npvl a ),lnt , fiU.(ory wI b(l orw.,(1 ,, HO ,1(mM t,u, miUl 10 ,)roJu(ltl, of native asphalt will be developed. ; There is u market for every pound thal cnn prmlueeil. this com- ! ,a"' "1WIU r IMoparlnj; It 1 fo1' nrlti't. it ha.t bought nnd paid for 1,10 m,n8. 11 n l'10 nf''-1 ery neeiicti ror milling now on the I n ,.W.l,.l ...I .. I,..,. ,1... ,....... ... , ,"""1 " wlu'n ue rugous arc In oiier.it Ion :itul t)w roriiu.rli.u nrn nl w.ri ii .iii m.. i ii. ,.. .1 ...a, ...v.... in.- p,l i-.iti.-nt, ill- dustry In southern Oklahoma. Th"re should be five thousand men employ ' ''' "ttllltll?. liailllllg, refilling, tlliltl ,""tulr"1" selling, and the.- plans of me company no not tall. Hoar .Mrs. Carr tell or "Pitfalls fin' IIovh" m tlu. l,.ih.ilui .i,rni, lot iiojs nt tho .Methodist church this afternoon at 3 o'clock. You are Invited. Notice to Contractors. Moated bids will be received by tin .Mayor until 12 o'clock, noon. February l., llMO, for the extension of the prts- .,..,-,.,.,, ,,r it,,, nil,. i,.,i , mrii in mi)- nniiiu ; imis. .iruiiiiRiiKT cut sewer system or the ( lt ol At ri- ' ,HnBlt,sn yenrsold .Mm .Ellen.lleathcr. more, according to the p'.tinn and sp c Hilliile lid., Ash Common, nr. Alder l.lcatlons or the City Bnlnocr at.d the '' """ S2,n",.!"n X, ontinaneort of the city relating rowers on llle In the offl OT the City Clerk of the City or Ardmore. I "noli bid must be s'cconipanb d by a certllleil cluck ror the sum of LT.O.OO j hanie to be forfeited to the C'l.y In j case tho sucecsnlul bidder falis to , enter Into a contract ami iive a bond within the required time. The con tl'ictor will be required to give bond lu tho Mini or twenty-live per cent ot , tlu contract prii o for the faithful p formantv of said work and the bald lug of tho city harmkss from any dam ages which might orcur during the i construction of salt! sewers. The Ho.ir.l of Commissioners re serve mo rignuio reject nny ami an i bids. (1. II. H1UJCI-:. City Clerk. (First published Jan. .10, 1010.) no-tir. Recital Next Friday Night. The recital, which was to have been given last week by Circle No, 1 of tho Christian Ladles Aid society will be , glv.(,n , xt ,.(,ay llK,lt a. g ()Vo(.k ! !lt , , or Mrw (. M t.lmpl)Pl, ,, North Wellington street, ; : . . NOTICE I hnvn opened n storo nt 125 H. Wnsliiiigton St., 2 doors south of City Hall. Wl I buy, sull anil rent second hand goods 1 will pay you tho top prices for your goods, and will rout nml sell you goods ns chenp us enn bo done. Phono 'MS, T. L. HOLLAND Central Livery Barn When you want it tirst ulass single ri or a road team, phono oTi. W. 1 FORD, MannL'Pr. Southern Surety Co. Issues Policies Guaranteeing Titles to Heal Instate and Executes AH Kinds of Uonds Saudi ord & Curb, Gen'l. Agts. The best line of Insurance & Loan Cos. in Ardmoro. HAY HAY Lots of bright hay, by tho. bale, ton or car load. Write or phone for prices. Porter Staples, The Hay King Phone 1 9 Ardmore, Okla. I ERR1BLE SKIN HUMOR 25 YEARS Business Man Suffered Agony - Head, Heck and Shoulders Cover ed Became An Object oF Dread Consulted Most Ab!o Doctors and Hospital but Got No Relief. surprisingly quick CUHE BY CUTICURA "Cutlctira did wonders for mo. I'oc tcnty-flvo years I nufTcrcil agony from n iirnoii) iiunior, com pletely covering my bead, neck und nliotil tlors. kii thnl to my friends, nnd oven to my wire, I is'carne an object of tlrcnri. At large ot. pcno I consulted tho mcfct nblo doctors fnr and near. Their treat - ?ment v.ns of no nvoll. ncr wns tbnt of tho IIoHtiUdl.dtirltii'sl x ' innntnr eunrta. l Miiiereo on nmi con -l,l.l il,..r.. . r,r. I, ..I.. t..r ..... ll.la 1,1.. Villi, 111 111' II, .is IMF ll, li ,n in,, biua oiu, 1 1, crVe. Then I beard ,f soum onn who had liei'ii ellreil liv CutiiMini Ileme- riles nnd thougbt that n tilal could do no U(, uirm. InasurprieliiglyKlKirl.tlinDl n xiinpletcly cunil. S 1. Keyes, 1-17 Con- com Krtss Hi., Uoston. Slasi , Kl Vi, v.m. LAJaVKlJ Kllll , Wth Cutctlra vllcn Hverythlnic 1 nisc had Failed. ii nm Vl,ry (;f nt ef ill fm Ciillcurn as mv dniiRhtcr hnd bii'ii sulTering for eleven iikiiiI In with nwfill Rtoaf. Isiils on ,,,. -0 trhil evervthing whlth ' one tuiiui mention but nuthlng wns any gooil. I tin iKiils mnilo lirr very weak nm! ill nnd sin hnd to leave Lit place. I After using onn tablet of Cutlcurn Honji, . onulsix of Cutlcurn Ointment, two viuls iif Cutlcurn Pills nml ttnto bottlos nf 1 Cutlcurn Hiwlvrnt Mio r."t. qui to well 1 and bus not had tho IkjIIs ftfnco. I ., i.i i.. . t.r.. I.... have Ix-on waiting to ! if him bod nhy I Minimi iiuvii wriui'ii you i iinti nut . m I . ' , ,. I , . . . I L. . to 1 SKl I'nllrlirs ItosnUrnl l.'.0c I. lor 111 Ihr limn uf rhocolnlr I'nilM I'ltt. nl lll nt W)l H.lil thwiiihiint ihswnrM l-nurt lime A l.tirin nn. 1 oai-pi'snl-iillrum IIihiX. malt"l Inv, clvlnj liv KnptlUD. ticatmcnl 3 in I curvulUL'trumiotll.t lilii. Phone :i.9 for some nice lettuce, celery, tomatoes, cabbage or onions. The City Fish Market. China, g'.ass, enamel nnd wooden ware, r, and 10 cents. Iowoostolu's and 1" cent store. 30t-w V"1 1H3 ! E $1.00 Per Week Buys a n Edison Phonograph at Luke's Music Store Established 1895 i HAY ! 1VV3 !