The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 297, Ed. 1 Monday, September 18, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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"THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore. Monday Sept. 18 1911
trijr pqiln rPmornic
ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING CO.
EIDNL'V S' O..S President i
fco'.ere.'. a' 'hi
I'ofctofl.re at Ardmoie
I Clan Matter.
OFFICIAL PAPER CARTER CO.
AND THE CITY OF ARDMORE.
If !t I ki 1 i. Ardmoro -.'. It li legal.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Tht Dally Ardmoicite.
One Year J
Tne Weekly Ardmoreite.
Obe Year Ly V iil ll.'O
fiii Motithi ..
BuslneM Manager's Offl
City Kdltors Office
Any erroneous reflection on tb
Character standing or reputation of
toy penon firm or corporation
which may appear In the columns of
Th Ardmoreite will be rladly cor-1
reeled upon Iti being brought
attention of the management.
Ardmore Monday Sept. 18
THE POISON IVY IN THE LAUREL
Nobody eer pleaded everybody. No
one policy can Kallnfy all the world
homeone Homew here in certain to
cenMiire yon for every dclnioii You
can't earn univerual aiplaiite. The
mom you can pfHibly Aopei for in
more enpportem than opiHinentn.
The higher ion limb the more ene. ;
in!n you leave behind. The mor"
you win the morn 1 ompetlllou you
inspire. A Influence hIiowk eny
Known. There Ik no way to i-kchp
rltlcim except through oliHcurlty.
Ho Ioiik aH men bold Individual opln
lout) prominence will be aHKalleil aH
well an acclaimed.
We all have our Ideas and our'
Ideal. Kven when we want to be
fair we can only eHtlmate from our
knowledH and only look from ouri
personal vewKiintH. 1
We can't alwayit nee what you do:
no ou miiHln't blame iih If your eyes
are HtronK'T and your vlHion lotiKer.
If you're alncpre and your duty'i
clear stand put and fight It out.
r your luuKiiicni is rignt roiiow it !
11K? enough and you'll lead your j through .Milburn has rn eii officially
Judge. j atiproved by Slate Highway Coinmls-
You're bound to moet with malice. Kioiier SusgH has given new ciilhusl-
Kvery man bound for the top must. i':"i to the properly ow ners and In
You're certain to create trouble dlf- addit'on to the six new brick build
Terence of opinion always does. Ins Just receiving the flulshliiK
The more force you posses the I tou iies much lalk of other buildings
more rlvaln you dispossess. The more ! W belli; Indulged In. Work on the
on are talked about the more you
will be lied about.
Your worries w ill match your prop-
res. Whenever yon come out 'best some-
IkxI.v else must come out worse and
one more hummer is added to the anvil-chorus.
'Whenever your success moans an-
other man's failure you nitrely can't
hope to have him hurrah and strew
violets in your path.
If you aren't more sensible than
you are sensitive you can't win.
If your courage Isn't thicker than!
your h ide. keep 1 ut. i
If your vanity has sharper ears
than your ambition don't aspire.
Without courage oil 111.1v as well
be uih.iul con let ioiia.
I lie wages of greatness are cares
If yon can t hold your temper if
threats disturb your poise - If your
own feelings outweigh our cause--1
If hostility can thwart yon -you're not
built for important undertakings
Ver few if us i 1111 estimate the'
true value of radical move. We still
lelain the piimal Instinct which
makes ns fear what e don't conipie-
lieml I'art of vour fight for ns is our light
In every generation the majority!
has been conservative and "conser-
vatism" is hall 1 In- lime a euphemism
The ineniiuv of history Is Viler
with ingratitude Socrates' 1 1 ; was
'.lied Willi hemliii k before it was fill
d with glory li ne slew Caesar The
Weil- of c.ll.llMIIJ even lineil the pith
The lo.-es )!' fame still uro.v on
Mankind will tieicr up te In i'- es
iiiiai.' .if a iiv ing man.
There is iiiwavs a leaf of pi.i-.ni iiv
1 the un-vh of laurel. Coiirl.'
.j Herbert Ivjiulman.
A RECORD WITHOUT BLEMISH
The I. In. oln Nebraska Star sas:
Speak i-r Champ Clark has given due
mice to I'resident Taft that in the1
i.inp.iin pilgrimage which the la
preparing to make hit must
iiiempcrate or ill-considered
for there is at least one able
ceiisi lent ions democrat who
'amis ready lo defend the party from 1
m i ' jii' hiil u: in;. I; 1
There is j'.:j- t-iinp
'l-:i)o rare in ' ';. ru p
r-w-.- utteiaiice and a t. A
v e-t T 1 - he in al-o a man
i;.!c i u i.ie-i h.iiiM .f I'-p.-n-
i . 1 1 . i ' ;
. i K
LI II .1
iTi-i'il in ms
v n roper per -'7.1 h i 1 :.e
r.i'."!) i.f 1 i.f'i-iiT
v c-tci 11 haribh!;'.- aid
1 1 .). W'i r ij a -ii.c..
? . f j J ' H alel a
MP. end il ''
ill L('il-"'r?1 I; '
'. car- hi- has bo-11
. ii 11 ; -.i - . He
-r . .r'.:-m li.at !.- In .(.Ive-J
iim-iit fioui A o .z.ar'l. Not
11 ih.tr- IjSk re'ord at. d he
i: . -r dodged a vo'c. When he ;
it is .ii the 1 J 1 ! 'i ' terms of
(:'.' not i-.:n;!y the i!-!ii(y r.i
the rr i - a n. .v.t if Lie p.-ile. II f ! f.
11. mint f Uie MjH-ut.;il utTlie f 1 f ' r i : ; i j
tiii- fii-ii.i-r-hl;i i.'i "he last Hei-mi.n ' f-
( .. inn. f j in. i housauilF if ilcmie
1 : a s tin
: 1. 01. e e
11-ht 1 ani
. ni'wr had ;
i-e :han Carn;i
lidii'e the Jiarty
Car a ih
iiit challenge to Taft maikfl
1 him as ;
; n --t ; n tr
man 1 apable of niece s-ifuliy
the lafi-r in a presidential
LOSS OF TOWELS.
Southern Pacific Loe
Year $21000 Worth.
IIoiik'i.ii Texas Sept. y. IVii.i r
! of all enormous loss In towel... hv the
'Southern I'i'ilic l.mt ea. women 1
who ride the traitiH and boats of thi-
omp'i.'iy neji year v. ill le l o'nin lleil
in furnish tmlr on linen Fays an
jediii lercntlv pi-ouiuli: jied in Ho'is-
: ton headii'.ai tern of the c-niral ill-
1 vision of t!ie Southern I'ai illc.
Off ii lain j;h the losMK of the mad
in toweling alone lor the yn-r total
$i0'i0. The HhortaK" i reported ;ih
! lo.-t 'oweliriK. disapiiearlni; from w-
' tnen s compai tun-tits 011 tr.iniH an '
boats. In one inK'aine on a traiiH
lohS ol 1IMI towelH
I w as reKHted.
On thf other himl me to.n l nliort
la lie from men's compari inents in-
I siiiiiifb ant a situation whiih may ie
tain ioiiip-ny Kerlce for men while
1 the women traU'let'H will ibe as1ed li.
It m said
the order may
the MMiture of
pro e a unci ess
DR. W. M. ANDERSON reternary
tirtceon. I'hone 78:1. office In Hospital
18 Fast Broadway. Km
Murh Improvement at Milburn.
Mllburn Oklu. Seit. IK. The an
iiouik ement tiiat Hie sine hinliwaj
seventh bii-.lness house to he h-Buil
In the last few weeks started thi ;
week. Main slrce! has been graveled
and seven blocks of sidewalks have
been ihiilh and contracted lo he
Act on Liverpool Plan.
New Orleans Sept. IK.-- Iteprescila-
tives of cotton exchanges 1111 com-
menial organizations and others In-!
teresled In the hiiinllln' of cotlon njel
here today under the auepices of thei
New Orleans Cotton i:change to lake J
action on the Liverpool bills of lading j
Vigorous opposition to the plan has
developed ill nearly every southern!
and although fhe central bu-l
lean scheme went into effect the first
o! the month members of the local ex-
change and exporters have continued
to transact business with their for-
eign connect ioim under the same con
ililloas prevailing since the Inaii'iii-
aiion of cotton Hading with Fur
The Total Crop of the United States
Estimated at 11.237.000 Bales.
San Antonio Texas. Sept. IS. The
estimate of the cotton crop of the
l iuteil Slates placing the tolal yield
at I I 7.IIWI bales made bv those Ir
the cotton men's convention at Mont-
gomery. Ala has attracted a greai
ileal of intention a'ong the cotton
glowers of Texas. Th. fact loo. that
me annuo 01 nils estimate plac e the I
'lexas clop for It'll at '.'.ti.Mi.iiiiii hale
MtUiei Is thus making Ihe estimate !
much 1 ritici 111. Ijist vear. Texas pro
I'll-"l 11 1011 iil numbers enethi"d o' Ex-Slave Host for Town
t tie 1 nit hi grow n in the I'liiled Stat-s. M . -.-i 1 Itm. O.. Sept. IS. In celehia-
'I he 1 r.p 1 his ear is niucb belter M.an 1 "'" ""' fortv -eighth anniversary
liial of last year and the an a iev.te i "f M release from slavery. Gilbert
0. the 1 rop consideraiilv lai ger. I li's ' ''ort'T. an aged and well-to-do negro
would inilfcate that Ihe st.-. will o'l ' l"'lll-r KAX1 a ireat barbecue to which
t nue to hold its place iii Ihe proper ! I' 'nvHcd the entire town. tlxen.
Con of the crop grown. Those In;"1 '"' and chickens comrised
ten. h with conditions ia var'ous parta i "''' hi" f fiirp- I'orter sav s that a
o" Texas uive it as their op:nion tha: ''l'r a' ion of this character has been
the c:op this vear will approa. h t. I "" Kt'ciit ambition of his life. He
iMin.oiKi hab s and that this state will j :H'tided waiting until the fiftieth
continue in Its position of grow ing 111n M "'' '"'t fears thai he may
one third ol the crop of the nation. It 1 n" iv
i- mainlainiKl that 1 2.imnnoO bales for1 -
the enlire country Is a better es. I GlrSt.
xn 1 ;.f ..f ...i.i
male of the cm. lion ll.'.l i.lven
III. mo 111 ;iuhi'ih
:: RAiLFOAD notes ::
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mil ! ;
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lie ji i:r . ;i
1 .ili-il ii rii n
of jc ulei t ion
I .'lollie s.
ian I'.k i;ie i-. to .1 '-
'ennirial rn-ir Western
milen f-oin Montreal. I'
L'l.fal'. round iionce .1
fliiip coaliiin .Ian
ird i'h a a .iu it v
I'ifl'l av Ohio is to be pi o. jiieil rti'li
a union paKseiiL-er station v the
Ni a oik Central a remi't f tii-
asm pi ii. 11 of that road lv Toledo A-
o lio ential and it will . use I alno
by the ljiUf Krie - Western j ml t lie
II 1; Four.
Hiienriy on Hie new line of th-
S''n .1 K l.oineia to i;J. n Tex i
the trar k'la hit; record is
to !iae lief 11 'broken by pulling
down I'.'.niMi feet of trai k in oil'
day villi a force o:' !UJ men. Tin
e st pii vjous rei o'd was l'l.Mill feel. J
iinoiini eini til ban heen made Iroin
UasliiiiL'ton that if it is finally deter-
mined the reient Manchester wreck
011 the Ixliili Valley In which .1
number or tirainl Army veteraus
lo-t their h was due nilirely
to a broken rail thu law does not
Invest the Inter.stale Cominerie with
authority 10 take coi;nIaiii-e of tin'
l'h the Intel-stale Commerce
Commission almost swamped with
complaints against the Southern I'a-
ific for rates maintained on first
class freight from HeddliiK to Mi-
CI:ui Klver points in California. 1 he
railroad company has offered 10 re-
duce the rates from or cents per
Hid pounds on first class merchan-di-e
to lil ecu's.
Wha- Is lo be known as the "WeM-
e 11 Hovel nors' Sped I" is to leave
Omaha October L'n on a run through
".nun miles o' eastern territory and
It is figured the trip will cost $7.-.
""' money having been pledged I
by the development leagues in i..n i
western status. The train will carry
six or more western governors mid
four or five exhlliit cars Intended to
show the people of the east the
products of western and Horiliwestern
Mates. New York City Is among
' " mine iniioi -taut centers lin-liid-
ed iii the itinerary thai is now Miiir
made up. Wherever the train poos
il is expected the governors in th-.
party will have an opportunity to ad
-s- puniic gat tiering ami
i.h is a unit the western
eviei1iing an invitation
to visit t.li.
vvos' and 1:01 (Invest.
i works all over the country have lieen
Labor Conventions. widelv circulated .m.l the union is
Oswego Sept. 1 S- A lne of the mo! I f:l;'n " "'.niggle lor existence. Off:-
Important conventions in th. history J iis '"gaiiiatioti declare thai
N"w Vork "'ale federation of 1
inner will he held here during (lie1"" I""'1 01 "1P coustruclor.s' asso-
week. 'I'h. feature will in a big pub-1 '"" ""' n;'' ""' 'i!1 be able to
lie uu-eting Weilnesday evening when I i'J''' such is the case 1m lore
addresses will he made by President!"1" piosecution of McNamara ami
Compels. John Mitchell Frank Mor-' 01 IM ' " is ended. I'!. session here
risen and other leaders of the tneri
an federal ion of labor.
Haverhill Mass.. Sept. IS. Massa-
cbusetts slate branch. American fed-
elation of labor cohveno here today
ti ml will remain in session through
the week. lahor conditions in thi
srite are said to be far from satisfac-
tory and plans will be made for an !
h. Ma Sept. IS.- The state ' th
of labor represent tig all J sh
Missouri opened Its i c
tit ion in Hi is city today with sev-
hnnilred delegates and visitors
' " uiw gia-n. itrge
! glass put in.
DELEGATES REPRESENTING 20.-
COC LODGES AND ENCAMP
VENTS IN ATTENDANCE.
ai.a;nli" I:id Sej .
': fit lthef to t.Te
10 Ca'ifc riiia froi
imi: Kranee Sweden
1 v - From
K'i:''i;.eai) 1 nuntrie.- am
trjl a a. dist .tr isies
).! es repieseiitii'tr
lo'ie and ie ainnmeiit.
(ieindent iiiri.r of Odd
:: li.-i -U here today tn
o.' the sea
of thf In-
ake part In
h'- SovfKii. Oraiiil Ixi-e conclave
an 1 enjoy the hospitality of the Hoos
Local of-'ii iaN uf the order s'ate
Ihj: the a'li-lMlati' e ilurtne the v.eek
Is lise!- to reach the re. ord-breakbiir
f:uure of TO.oiiO thiiK making the
no Mitr.' 1 of the largest ever held
a:iMure hy any fraternal order.
The womcn'B auxiliary the Kehol;-ah.-
Iiae also sent larvp ilek-atiotis.
bia p:1e fuiic has In-en raised for
di-ir hiitwiii anion? the lust trained
dill! and degree teams.
John II. Coekrum jjiaud glre of
i he older will preside at 'lie business
sefPions. was elected last year at
the Mlaiita convention and wi'l re
in ; j ji j office another year as olTi-
c"tR of the Sovereign firand Ixulge
'are elected only even- o'her vear.
' Seeral cities have asl.ed for the
l'H2 meeting il.nt advanie informa
tion is to the effect that Winnipeg
.Man. will lie awarded the honor.
i today's Inaugural session ad-
dresses of welcome were rruule by
(Jovrnor Thomas It. Marshall for
mor vice president Charles YV. Fair-
banks CnTtid Sire John H. Coekrum
and F. Z. Wiley past grand master.
The fieneral .Military Council and
I'ist Presidents' Association also hold
A flasr raising at. Camp Milton J.
Durham Is scheduled for this after-
noon and the visillns Keiickahs will
he given a reception by the local
wonun. The Past Grand Kepre.stiita
tlves will hold a reunion and ban-
loiet this evening and an c'almrate
street pageant is s-hedulej for to-
ni:rht The parade Is expected to be
two miles Ioiib and will be through
street lavishly decorated with fla.-!
All kinds of
glass put in.
Plans for McNamara' Defence.
Plana for McNamaias uefense.
for the defense of the McNamara
Mothers who are soon lo go on tria'
in Los Angeles on the charge of
blowing u;i the plant of the Ixjs
Allgele.s Times constitute the prin
cipal business before the convention
of the In'cniatioiial Association of
Hi iii ire
and Structural Iron Work-
which .1. .1. McNamara one
indicted men Is the secre-
tin mi I o of
that this union has been
in the lies! ruction by dy-
'""' :"v "'" ll''' "f il "frame-up'
will iiin.illy toiiiinitc for two weeks
and will he the mo-t important meet-
it' ill 'lie history ' ihe association
Auction Ley Eyrs and Ears.
Hi's Moines Iowa S'it. IS. One
pei'tectly grind right leg Huee eyes
and seventeen ears t.re incliideii iti
tiie otlcrings at pub'ic auction here
tediy. . skeleton and a "pickling
tank " will also oe knocked down to
Ihe bighes' bidder. The auction is
result of a lew made by the
iff on the uro-pei ty of tiie Still
ge of Ost'opathv.
1 Ir oii desire to make a good invest-
ment buy a home ami pay for it the
.-'lime as rent or borrow monev at a
low rate of interest on the easy pay. j
back 1 Ian for any purpose it will pay
Mm to either call or write us the
amount you woul ll'se to borrow audi
we will show you how easy It Is for'
M'U to obtain the same. Oklahoma
1 onil .X- investment Co. Kill' 17 Sfa'e
Nat l rank Huildtng. Oklahoma Cltv.
Keep your feet dr- by having new
soles put on at Flertric Shoe Shop
opnpsite post office. 28 lm
Tal.e your shoe repairing to Cross'
Electric Shoe Shop opposite post-
TODAY IN HISTORY.
' 1"H A violent storm caused the ip.
'.nidation of a large j-c-rtioa of
i 1 ! City of York V.irneJ ! y ti e N'or -
I man tan ison.
j IT"--Polish diet finally rat.fied the!
treaty of the partition of their
fount ry I 'tween Russia Austria'
1T:1 Nelson being applied to for as J
sitance by ihe Maltese tent a !
Portuguese squadron which ai-j
1 eared before Vaietta on this day. j
ls"4 Italian privateers culminateJ
their depredations on French and
Knul sh commerce.
1 1 1-- Ilutt li surrendered the Island
of .lav a to the British.
Florence Nightingale with oth-
pr nurses arrived at Scutari te
care for the ruffering among the
1MM An engagement between French
and Mexican forces on the Rio
Grande became a 'iiiadrangular
fight Li whiih the Freni h and
confederated were routed by the
union and Mexican soldiers.
1mk General Hindman was assasii-
nated at Hindman. Ark.
IS To Franco-Prussian war. First bal-
loon mail leaves Paris. Carrier
pUeotiK sent with intelligence to
Tour. Paris isolated by the
Prussians. Versalles occupied
by the Prussians.
li'iil szar arrived at Dunkirk on a
visit to I'resident Ixnbet.
lDOK Senator Foraker declared he
had nothing to fear from corres-
pondence made public hy W. R.
Hearst showing his connection
with Standard Oil company.
1h(l Claus Laiven made trip by boat
through the rapids at Niagara
Today's Birthday Sketch.
I'nited Sta'es Senator Gilbert H.
Hitchcock of Nebraska was born in
Omaha September Is. lrP!i and ii
therefore fifty-two years old today.
He was educated in the public schools
of his native city supplemented by
two years' tudy in Cermnny and a
law course at Michigan University
from the law department of
which he graduated in 1S81. Two
years later he marries lu 1SS5 Mr.
Hitchcock established the Omnhn Eve-
ning World and U now publisher of
the Omaha Morning Evening and Sun-
He was elected to the fifty-eighth
congress but was defeated for re-
election to the fifty-ninth. He was
more successful however in his at-
tempts to be member of the sixtieth
'tnd sixty-first congresses. He was
nominated in the democratic prima-
ries for I'nited States senator in Au-
11st UHn under the Oregon plan he
ran tor I nited States senator in No-
vember and was elected. His term
expire In 1917.
Auto for Country or City Driving.
Fine a-pasenger car ready to re-
spond to every phone call. Also cabs
that meet every train and make pri-
vate calls. Phone to No. 74.
CITY CAM AND ACTO COMPANY
is-lm Joe Ifastine Prop.
Shipped Angoras to Market. '
Gotebo Okla. Sept. 17. -Five linn-
I'led AiiKorn goats loaded into double-decked
stock cars were shipped
lo the Kansas City market during the
last wee); by Klwood Bottom of thia
city. He lias been using the goats to
clear his ranch northwest of Goetho
OUT AT OLD SOLDIERS HOME.
Personal Interest Being Shown by the
Inmates to Make It a Beauty Spot.
Dr. Bogie went to the Confederate
Home this morning to attend some of
the oh) soldiers who are Indisposed
he being the house physician.
At present there are ait inmates of
the home and are all loud In their
praise of the management. This list
includes six of the wives of old sol-
diers and two widows who are beiu.'
It is indi-ed a treat to go to the
home ami note with what interest
are here to
serve you with
anything in the
line of printed
Letter Heads Bill Heads
Posters or Announcements
Of AU Ki.ds
The best quality of work
at prices that are RIGHT
! NO ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THIS COLUMN AMOUNTING TO LESS
i THAN ONE DOLLAR WILL EE ACCEPTED UNLESS THE CASH ACCOM
j PANIES THE AD. ADS THAT AMOUNT TO MORE THAN ONE DOLLAR
I WILL BE CHARGED TO ANY RESPONSIBLE PERSON.
WANTKD FOR V. S. ARMY' Abie-
bodied unmarried men between
ages of lo and 3a: citizens ot I'nit-
ed States of good character and
temperate habits whlb an fwak
read. and write the Kngjish lan-
guage. For information apply to
KpcruHng Officer Gorman Build-
ing; Ardmoro Okla.
I SELL ANC kKNT TYPEWR1TKRS
and handle ribbons carbon paper
oil etc. G. P. Selvidge. Phone 310
Wanted To teach you Shorthand
a; hoaii. Mail Course in Spencerian
Shorthand J 10. .'Easily learned. Easi-
ly written. Easily read. Selvidge
Business College Ardmore Okla.
AGENTS WANTED to sell the best
line of health and accident insur-
ance 011 the market. Climax acci-
dent jiolicies pay as high as $11-
u for accidental death and $1!')
per mouth during disability at a
cost of $:'l per year. Write for
terms and control of territory. Na-
tional Casualty Company Detroit
these old Iki.vb take in the manage
ment of the home and the little farm
They are all eager to work the crops I
and consider it a privilege to be al
lowed by Overseer Simmons to as- j
siM him in his work in the fields and
gardens. Every old soldier at the
home is thankful that a grateful peo
ple saw fit to prepare so fine a home
where they might spend their declin-
ing days and all take a personal pride
in assisting Superintendent Gait in
making the home comfortable and at-
State of Oklahoma Carter County.
In County Court.
In the matter of the estates of
No. 47C U. S Ix-wis Tobby de-
ceased .1. A. Tippett administrator;.
No. 280 St. Cornelius decea-sed A. V.
Lggleston administrator; 240 St. Ah-eoo-cliaii-tmbbee
deceased A. F.
Eggleston administrator; 221 St Al-
len W. Spenke deceased Dow Tay-
lor admini.-trator; No. S4 St. M.
Jenkins et al. J. L. Wallace guar-
dian: No. 110 St. Wesley Prince
minor. Henry Williams Guardian;
No. 7."C. li'imon Booth Foster W. B.
No Ice Is hereby given that J. A.
Tii Pet t A. F. Eggleston Dow Taylor
J. L Wallace Henry Williams and
W. !t. .lohn-'or. administratis and
guardians duly appointed and oTiali-
lied of the estates herein mentioned
have rende'.ed and presented lor set-
tlement and filed in said court their
reports and accounts of administra-
tion ami as guardians praying for
distribution of the balance in hands
and that the 2nd day of October
1911 being a day of the ictuiir Oc-
tober term of said court 1911 at. 10
o'clouj; in the forenoon of said day
at the County Court room in the
City of Ardmore in said County of
Cartel tun been duly appointed
bv t'10 .said court fcr the settlement
BILIOUS HEADACHE BAD BREATH AND SOUR
STOMACH MEAN LAZY LIVER AND BOWELS
'ruin ihe rascal out-the headache the 'biliousness tlje indigestion.
I the s ii k. sour stomal h and foul gases
them out with Cascarets.
Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and the nand neve-
know the misery cau.- ed by a lazy liver l.ipur i bowels 01 an upsi t
IKm't put in ano'Her day of distress. Let Cascarets cleans and
resrul it your stomach; remove the sour undigested and fernientii'g loo. I
and that misery-making JJiis; take 'he excess bile from your liver anil
'any 01T the ileeom posed wasle ma' fer and poison from the intestiins
and bowels. Time you will feel great.
Cascaret tonight will straighten you our
bv morning a KM'cnt box ; means a clear
Uh. REEUUTE STOHACK.LIVER &B0WELS
uiiiu f iiuntqriv'iiiiinn'
HAND IN YOl'R BIDS fc-room house
and lot ".lix2i:L' orchard and barn.
Will sell to highest bidder. Half
cash balance G per cent. I. L.
Tyr. I'hcne reJ 4:M office phone
FOR SALE CHEAP Piano box; cov-
' red buggy nearly new. Phone .
or call ;. C. Sims Livery Bain
FOR RENT OR SALE A splendid
lli-room boarding house close in
modern throughout. O. JI. Ttedl'ield.
GOOD -i-iooin cottage close in $7."fi;
i'-room house ? 1.00 ; modern cottage
ti-roonis $l"."iO; modern cottage.
$15.00. O. M. Redl'ield Real Estate
& Lo;u Agent. Phone 9(5. 2l-lni
FOR RENT Two or three choice fnr-
nished rooms; also desire few more
table boarders. Apply 209 A street
N. W. Phone Mre. J. L. RIggins.
FOR RENT One 5-room house 4
blocks to Main street for $10; one
4-room house on 11th Ave. for $j per
month. J. Goldsmith. M-lm
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnish-
ed room modern. 112 Stanley Ave-
nue. Phone SC9 white. 10-:!
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Cail a'.
Mrs. Fielder's residence. No. 12
Sixth Avenue N. YV. near Washing-
ton street. 17-."
of said accounts atw hich time and
place any persoi interested in said
estate may appear and file his ex-
ceptions in writing to the accounts
and contest the same.
In testimony whereof I have here-
unto set my hand and affixed th-
seal of said court this 11th day of
M. F. YVIiNFREY
11-18 County Judge.
Dont envy your selgtbor for lb
fine biti'ults she la serving. Buy
Honey Bee Nour and serve the kind
on your own table that fairly pos
open with Ousclous goodness. Fltr
sella that famous) flour.
in a business way the
advertising way. An ad
in this paper offers the
maximum service at the
minimum cost. It
reaches the people of
'the town and vicinity
you want to reach.
turn them out tonight ami keep
head a:i.l c'leertuliicss for nionlhb. Don't for-
get the children their little insiiles need a
good gentle c eansing too.
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