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Ardmort, Tutoy, Feb. 22, 1910
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Wm. I). Ward, Tribune Ilullillng.
II K. Henrique. 154S Manpa'tt
Artlmore, Tuesday, Feb. 22,
I he Htatement made lu the Aid-
., , ..
more to yesterday that the coiiiiiiIk-
Monors were eMabll.hliiK a kind 'f
courtesy which prohibited one mom-
her from having anything to do with
the affair in tne department or tin
other ban been generally discussed to
day There Is no doubt bin that Ih"
commission form of government Intend.-
to hnc the commissioners con
fer with each other In matter ap
pertaining to their depaitnuMit. Ah
an Instance to what the system wPI
lead to It Ih pointed out that one of
the commissioners without eonferrliiK
with tho board maile the purihaHe of
tlfteni thotiHand iliilliirs worth or up
plea anil wiiii preparing to spend about
ten thouHaud ilollart more money
without tho kuowleilKo of other mem
bers of tho commission. Tho people
certainly huvo the rlKht to have tho
JuilKiiiect of all tho ('ommlsHloiiei'H
And not tho Judgment of only one
itiati. It Is very easy for the eoinmls
.lon to Increase the cost of living and
fall to raise the standard and this
ttiey hao dono to a ,ertaln extent.
Tho initiation before the commission
at the fi.-Pi Ion tonight Is no small one.
There ha- been prepared a set of
plan for purifying the wafer, thoso
plans aro inado by Inexperloncixt moni
and It can bu nothing more than nu j
xpi ilincnt in building the plant. An
individual has the rlnht to spend his
i w n money ns lie picas" no long a j
lu- Ik the only one whose iIkIiU nro i
HMihe.1 but no man has the moral j
rlctit to tnko rumU that belong to
'lie w'loln people and devotti tlielll to
ii'i'lmitital projects. Tho plan In o
not,, the punipltiK station .take up
the piping all at an enormous cost
uh. n Mmcy, Hunter, Hinckley. Don
ni iy. Itrowii and the Helm surveyors
and all other cnrtnvcrK who have
;iiii" ovor the propoie.l site say It 1
foolish and fin expensive move to do
no livery engineer who has come
Into th city agree on that pi'.imihI
'Ion Tim person hero to sell (liters
1 it 1. Hiking over the lake wild It was
a I' ollsh move to make. Those who
Know nothing of engineering kuow
th.it it will be expeuiilve to the
it v to do o, tho annual cost of
pumping tho wnter will la- Increase!
it long an the plant stands.
The Anlmoielte certainly hopuj
hat whatever Is done will be done
for Hid ln't. JiiilKiuent unbiased by
tl. t ll.il T.I..I I I. n. I..
iiioho mailers hii.i tne tartl niiouid
work In unison In.tead of working,
GROUNDHOG AS A BAROMETER.1
Queer Habits of Little Animal Inn!. '
cates Weather All the Year. I
Crli'lielow Smith has dlsooer?d
t'.e evetyday use of tho groundhog.
"1 have found how to utilize the
groundhog as a barometer," said he.
It U something of a discovery, too
Never before has It Ikjou known, but
Lrrtnininii.i; U thi. Inwi li.,r..iii.,t.if
all the year through that nature ar-
fords. liverybtHty knows that on tM -
.llenuw Day the groundhog com.v
out of 1.1s hole and If he mcs 1,!r
shadow returns for sU weeks' wro
of seep, bec-iuse there will be that
much more winter. Hut I found y
obsening the httle animal he can
lorei-am me weainer an tne year
round, and I have a tame gnmnd.
hog on my farm in Pennsylvania
who does my forecasting and beats
tbo weather bureau all hollow.
"Wlien It Is going to rain the
groundhog won't drink ror a week
nt least. Uo knowb lioil get enough
water when wot weather mmi'i.
When ml nought sd in- he will ilrlnk
Ike ii fish. I have tried It out,
pin Ing my pet gnniiidhng, Pete, In
a rwtn wltli a illnh of water.
"I keep ft pile of straw in tin'
noiii, too. If wtirm weather Is com
tug. In lloi'Ml't llOtlHT It, but If It Is
lni' to be cold h will gather It
Into n lilri', ronifortiilili- nest three
)y) ,,, ( ... n).(l) r the cool
weather. In winter In- uses the ni'St
all tin' Mint, of cotirn'. but then
In' will cat more nheail of rolil
wetithcr tlinn In- will before n worm
M'II, utoiiiig ui natures fuel for
eolil. I suppose.
"Ho even fortells enrthipiak m anil
calamities of that sort. I can led lilm
with m' In a can" to California sever
al years ago nuil a fortnight before
the San Francisco earthquake we
wore In Im Angclet. He went crnzj
a, that time, gnawi-d hln cage and
trleil to ewapc. I almost hail lilm
killed us rabid. AfterwardH, I real
, , , hH , (o)(, ,,,, of tM(,
Pete now Is nliout S years old but
he never ban failed me as a barometer.
1 wouldn't part with him for 11.000. He
lias n.ived mo tnoro than that In han
dling crops on :ny farm through IiIh
weather prognostications." Buffalo
, New .
Receives Dad News.
l H I l 1 ..t.,1,.,1 Imlnt. -,.,.itll-.wl
j ..I,n. .f. .ii. , mill vi ii ..,., j .ii... v..
1" td phono message from Sherman,
I Texas, ndvisliig her of the midden
death of her nephew. John Il.rlln, at
that !'' lift night Mrs. London
land MIsh Mnttle llnsch left on thin
afternoon s train for Sherman to
, th f, ral whl.-h will be
h'ld there tomorrow.
Odd FeMowiJ Meet Tonloht.
All nieiiibere of Ardtuoro LoiIk'
No. 9. I. O. O. are urReil to
atteiiil n i t'Kitlar meetliifi; of that
Notice of Sale Under Execution.
Notice is hereby Klvcn, that In j
pursuance of a writ of execution
Issued out of tho Clerk's office of
the District Court of Carter Coun
ty, State of Oklahoma, on the Sth
day of January, 1910, In an action
herein C. C. IHshop and J. II. Hy
burn were plaintiffs and I. T. Coyle
wan defendant, coinniandlng me to i developiuent of asplialt heie and of ,
levy upon property belonKlnn to thnlthc cement mill that Is now lu pros-
said L. T. Coyle suaiclent to satisfy j
a Judgment rendered In said action
In favor of C. C. Iilshop and J. Il.Ry
burn against said L. T. Coyle, for
the sum of One Iliindrud Dollars
(1100.00) with eighteen and r.iVlOO
dollars (IS.fifi) costs, nn.l costs ac
cruing, with Interest on the princi
pal sum at the rate or
cent per annum from the -
I of , 19 . I have lev
led 1 1 ) kii all the right
title and ,
Interest of the said I.. T. Coylo in
and to the following described lands
and tenements by virtue of a tleod j
from .Mitchell nnd Sarah Weston to
naid I.. T. Coyle. dated on tho fit It j
tlay of November. rJOii, and duly
recorded III the office of tho Hog-,
letor of Deeds of Carter County, Ok
lahoma, lu Hook Vol. 30, on pan
.IS, not exempt from tab) under
ecutlon, for want of good and chat-
tr!s of the said I.. T. Coyle, to- ( unmn.l. U'5''if
Mr. nickel sou nald lie would like
KM of the NW, of the NW'i.ito see Artlmore hao a new union
and WHs of the NliV. of the .VW,i, J depot, that it would add greatly
and Mil,; 0f the Nli't or tho NWU.jto the appearance of the city and
Sec. Tl, Twp. II ., Range 2 W.. con-1 the conxenlence of the people, lie
talnlng r.O acres; j said the Santa Fe had always had
and have caused all the right, title a warm sl t In Its heart for Ard
and Intereat of the said I,. T. Coylo ; moi,. and lie believes the officials
In said laiiiU ami tenements to be! will lwoinmend lh building of one
appralied aci-ording to law al of th,- haud'oiueHt deputs In the
I25O.00. now, therefore, notice Is j state.
hereby given that In pursuance of hU . -
oouiniaii.U of Kald writ, 1 will offer
I for sale and sell for cash to the
I highest bidder all the right, title 1
and inttirwt of said I.. T. Covlu in '
(..,.t.,n..tL . .
M..i..ii ti,..,.u,f .in .....uf..
"V Z " " " 7.. . . 1
"i ii." .-in
of .March, 1010, at 10 o'clock a. m.
of i,..l.l day at I he front door of
the court houso In tho City of Ard-
more, in snld County and State.
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w linos my nan.i on this tho 2Mb
day of January, HMO.
J- " AKIJHS,
Sheriff of Carter County. Okbi
' K,IW,) WILLIAMS. Deputy,
' '!0 c 3''-,n "1
Will W'omlrr. Nrrr rBf
W kl,nw ml,, r .
Tenn.. u-lui hml lniiii?,u.inM n.i ,.n.n
, ntomnrli rnninlitlntH for iv."r niViv
y.'nr (!. ihTs i t ...lav), t iV nrrhn,1,'.
! .lYo".! 1l;;,,,;l,? nt-,-,o.tr..',.m.AV.'.,;,:i1r,!;;T vs(II not resIM condemnation and p.o-
I try. J ...I. way ,,,, , nuiney we,., . tflwUl,K t.au m, brou;lll , mlcu !llul
, i.h .ii.i k.. , a hint tlmt was aon.iln... A ,avo the pioperty there needed fo -
j W.' cai.l'
j iu .rJ'lVtlrn state the property of the city
, J.o "w..Yf Ki"':' S,tt!Vi v:".a..r."; Ardn.ore. What course will be
, livoV am1 ' !.l Zpli;" iv "V''d ! tn.rsued will not be known until Mr.
' Soim, ..oople are always right, but
I ,hp punt , m0Ht (JoHlrnl((
,,,,, to V), whi llltm,r
If we had to live up to every
' thing wo say tho longevity or the
rate would be greatly Increased.
A straight, honest,
healthful cream of
tartar baking powder.
Made from Grapes.
Contains not a grain
OF SANTA PE HERE'
BOOSTS FOR NEW HOTEL AND .
THINKS ARDMORE SHOULD AD
VERTISE NATURAL CAS.
S. ii. Oickf rsoii, commercial aueut ,
01 the Santa IV. is here todav from
Fort Worth. He Is In company with 1
A Rent Hlley, eallliiR upon the heavy 1
shippers and the Couvmerclnl Club, j
.Mr. nickcrson is Interested lu the j
pect. He says Artlmore Is Browing j
nicely and when tho new hotel Is
secured it will be the greatest ad
vertisement the town can have, lie
sas tho oil and gas of tho com
pany does not como lu his depart
ment, but he thinks Artlmore should
In- proud uf its gas field and take
advantage of the opportunity to
boost to advantage.
Whin the Mock show is held In
r,)rt Worth that city will make
u display of its natural gas. Tho
are laid one hundred miles
to the Wichita fields, but Fort
W ith has the ga now lu that
town and will udvortlso Its a.lvnn-
tnges. For the stock show ii tower
vwi be built 200 feet in height
anil natural gas flowing from tho top
of the tower will be Ignited, and
It is estimated that the light can
be see lor thlrt to forty nillei
SURVEYORS ON WASHITA.
0,,e Slle Finished and the Crew Has
Mcvcd Further up Stream.
.t. t . iiiiiimi in Lilt' i-iit
i . i . ... i i.. . .1,.
tertlay to be present at the bidding on
the neptie tanks and w ill nrobablv r,
. . ... .
llll'll to Us Home lit lloi.Hti' ton. or-
-.' "" ",,, for . r,.,m,Pai. nomination
ll ';" " for vwmvAli ,n . Thtril district.
lAiltU tllfl itli.. k In It nl linitn tlinf.
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1 ,'1,,11,; hi, in- .inn .in: cm ii-juin
(are moving further up the river. The
, tlrst site to hi- mm eyed is situate I
'on the W. F. Watieii pioperty. An
1 . amlnatloii will be niajo of the site
the Washita people are now attempt- i
, lug to condemn. .Mr. Normitu, who is 1
IU.I..IM.- 11,1. ..,!.. f,... .1... ,.u....r- .,va
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I 'th c ents are willing Tor the city or
I 4.-.i ..... -
.Maxcy Hubuilts his rejKirt.
FOIl SALIi-Twin platinum setting
diamond at a sacrifice. Address
A, cue Aidiuoielte. 22-il
Red Men's Hall tonight, opposite
LABOR TROUBLE IN
COURT HOUSE WORK
LABORERS ON LOVE COUNTY
COURT HOUSE ON STRIKE
IMPORTED MEN QUIT TOO.
Falls City Construction Company.
which Hecurcd the contract for the
construction of Love county's new
ourt house, s ha1iiK trouble with
the laborers eiiRaKed In the work
Tn. Hist strike occurred last week
when all the home labor iilt work,
demanding $1.7. a day Instead of 15
..nto an hour then being paid them.
The eontractor then went to Fort
Worth and brought a carload r " a lcw llas n 111 il SU)ro tlmv and a business associate of tho Fields
laborers here to take the places of j town- T,1 Proprietor of tho store I i.ai,nor8 ()f Chicago, the Astors
the strikers. Yesterday practically """t ,l011' to a Pliyalclan, whose nnni- j aml VamlorbllU of Now York, and
all of the! mpai ted men Joined with tho h,'aUU boanl ls t,oklnK loarn. tnat Car, Pr(vl , an lnt,mte ,(erSoinl
the strikers, and as a result all Tho 'ounK wol,,pn wor" remov.M to . frloi)l, of Te(llly noosovolt( Jr It nl-0
work on the building Is at a stand-;11 mlvnto sanitarium where they are ( bec(lmo rurnore.l that ho was a fore
Htlll. j being guarded. runnor of the Classen company of
Threats haw ..eon made by the j Oklahoma City, buying up Sulphur
strikers against Hugh Johnston, the
I foieiimii In charge of the work here.
but as ye no attempt has been
made to do him bodily harm.
The county commlsslonera will
hold a meeting this afternoon lu
an of foil to secure a satisfactory
settlement of the dlffctenco between
tho laborers and the construction
company, so that work will be re-
sinned on the building
here today by the
banks and postofflc.
dosing of the
Former Indian School Superintendent
Will Run for Congress.
MiMkogee, Okla., Feb. 21. John I).
lleiiedlct, who for tell years was su
perintendent of Indian schools for the
K vcriiuuiu in eastern WKiauuma,
and whon' olflco has been abolish-
..I. together with that of all tho su
pervlsors of the five civilized tribes,
i..... I..., ..i r,.uiiii.ittAn
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nas jusi reiurneii irom asiuiigiou.
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. me cnargCh minor wnicu ae was
originally suspended, lu all proba-
lilllll- Mr It. .III.. II, ! u-lll 111) n I'Mllill
I When asked nolnt blank today
, whether sucli was his Intention, he
said that he had not fully decided,
I but that ho would make up his mind
I in a feiv days. .Mr. Ilenedlct holds
Representative C. Ii. Creager re
sponsible for tho political deal which
, 't'suiieil 111 lllH IllSIUISSi.l in.... ...u
Iwwil t,..i n,,.l If lu, irntu lut r
I the ci.mp.ilgn It will be a bitter
will stand for a
.velectlo,, In tbo next campaign,
! Mr- I"tMlU-t. states that so far
as he could gather fnmi tho com-
"'lloner of Indian affair, with
novcnil long confer-
1 'ices in Washington, tho policy of
the Indian bureau will bo to placo
the Indian hchoola of the five tribes
il'r the civil service. This moans
that they aro to be placed lu tho
! same class as Indian reservation
! schools, and that only restricted
IndlaiiB will participate, lu the be-
eflta thereof, In other words, tho
i government will rorlso tho school
system and endeavor to provide
school facilities only for tho Indian '
children who aro of moro than one I
hair Inldan bto.il. This will require I
the abo Iglimunt of some of tho larg-1
est Indian schools In eastern Okla
homa, and possibly the building of
new schoos in other localities
w here there are moro full-bloods.
Tin Idea of tin; commissioner of !
, Indian affairs, Hubert 0. Valentine,
who mado a close study of tho I
I situation personally, last Hummer, Is I
1 to let the state take care of nil
rndlati school children who nro of !
h-i (ban half Indian blood because I
j from thont nnd their parents the re
' strletloiis have been removed, their !
1 land and property Is tnxablo and
they aro payliiK their part tonard
Hie (support of state schools anil
must taljr their chances with tho
whiter. The Indians of more than J
half Indian blocd are restricted, their .
laud Is not salable or taxable and
they do not like to attend tho stnto i
school. wltli the whites and they do j
,iot contribute to their support.
If this system Is adopted It Is pos
sible that the Kovernmunt will have
t) pay all tho expenses of such
schools as It maintains, as tho tribe
would not be likely to pay tint of
their own funds, as now, money for j
tlu mipiioit of schools to which
-nly a limited portion of their chll
dlcn are eligible.
IN HAIR MIS
TWO ST. LOUIS DEPARTMENT
GIRLS ARE UNDER SECRET
TREATMENT FOR DISEASE.
I St. Louis, .Mo.. Feb. 21. -Acting on
liitormatloii rccciwd b the board of
, health that two Irls In the city are
siifferlns from leprosy caused by wear-
I In.. ......1.. At..l.. l.nl.. I
! in nits, made of Asiatic hair. A.
j .lotdon, assistant health commission-
er of St. I-ouls. announced Monday
he was olB to beKln Investigation
Into tl... M f l.triot.. l ,nrn
Two vlctlnirt of tho malady have been
treated In St.
lotils secretlv and O-
.. I.OUIS Stcrcil ail.1 II..
..orooa. .u maK.' an ci.on .o ..aw;
them located and iiunraiitlne.l. ,
I Tho lrlK. nccordlng to the health
j board's Informant, wore employe ! tin-
mere aro people so siupni uiai
even If .Mother Nature had onilowoil
them with a fair share of common
sense they doubtless would bo too
"wkwnt.l to use it.
Do you Know that croup can be
, prevented? (live Chamberlain's i
Cough Remedy as soon as tho child
becomes hoarse or oven after tho
croupy cough appears and It will .
pi event tho attack. It Is also a cer
' tain euro for cioup nnd him never'
j been known to fall. Sold by all
WHO IS CARL FRED ESSIG?
I gupnur Soeety People Are the vi..
ms of H(la j.jKer
Sulphur, Okla.. Feb. 21, Who is
Carl Fred lisslg? This Is a quest ioi
that Sulphur society Is asking Itself
A,H() Sulphl1,s lllB renUy owm;rH nnJ
a nuuiber of her real esta'o men.
On February 1 1, a handsome, well
j llri,ss(1(l youllR Ilian o( c0rtiy nnd ,.
; (,1)U bo..,M(; reRistcn-a at or. of the'
uii. i,...i. ,.,. m... ..i.nn, ,
'" w v" ' I
Oklahoma City as his tempo-
... ra1iOI1Pl. ii inimixlliitelv cot
ABLE BODIED MEN
TO JOIN THE W. 0. W.
A fraternal beneficiary organization conducted on busi
ncss principles. Strongest financially in the United
States. Pays in cash at the age of 70, Safe, conserva
tive and economically managed. Has over 800,000
members. Hns an emergency fund of nine million dollars
invosttd in bonds drawing IJ nor cent interest. Tho bigges
order on earth to its ugo If you doubt its being tho best
and most prosperous ard progressive consult oflicial reports
of state insurance departments. Give your application to
some Chopper today. Vov further information write or phone
J. N. MORGAN, District Organizer, Ardmorc, Okla.
New Wholesale and
Retail Buggy House
arc receiving their new stock of buggies
and will open their new store on
2V. Caddo Street, next Saturday
There will be some special bargains offered on the
first day and everybody is invited to visit them.
BETTER BUGGIES FOR SAME MONEY
OR SAME BUGGY FOR LESS MONEY
biy w ith real estate men and own-
' ers of Mb el'y an;l country properties
and entered into the noRotlatlo.i (,r
I u.al ,.statt. ,.a,8 a8sr0BntlB over a
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nuarxcr 01 a mil ion dollars, smp uir
' Ki.i(,,v ,.,,. ,., ,. ,
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j. mlr(. inciu ,,t P K- nn.l mmilrr
niMtJ.( VTlc, lts am, ,..
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iHomo youtn u bocnmi, nuorci that
j,s filh,.r , a CI,C!,K0 millionaire
n.-.my ia auwiuiu oi u.e coining i
mo uKianoma uuy, .Norman ami hui-
i I'hur Intcrurban,
After being dined and feted for
many days by Sulpnnr society leader
and big property owners, the youig
1 man, called by Sulphur society 'Count'
,0 t,)() oobm Qf Jermnn ,,,..
A a popular price at the
Best in the city
MeaJ Tickets and regular Table Board
WE arc doing a general Real Estate r.nd Loan
business. We have some of the best build
ings on Main Street to rent and some of the best
residence property in Ardmorc for sale or trade.
We pay for all this space. Give
us something to put in it
KINKADE REALTY COMPANY
Phone No. 52 116 West Main Street
, ly left the- city without closing any
of tho deals neKotlateil. Sulphur pen-
l"f nni taking tho j out h s social and
' ventures lu tho city as
a IllIKO Joko hoisted UJIOIl tll.Mll. but
-wim la fnri Fit Fiir
H r r
, persistently nsKc.1.
And Made Good as New
Leave orders nt C. P. Ilall't)
rurnlturo Store, Third Ave..
and Caddo Street.
All work called for, delivered
and guaranteed strictly first
class. Will 1m heio until March 1st.
C. G. Kruse