The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 302, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 24, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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"E DAILY ARDMOREI'i
Ardniore Sunday September 24 1911
glC Dniln arDinorruc.
ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING CO.
SIDNEY .Sl'CJS I-resic-!.'.
bttered at the Postofflee a: ArJu.ore
at Se nd-Class Matter.
OFFICIAL PAPER CARTER CO.
AND THE CITY OF ARDMORE.
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fity Editor's Office
Any erroneous reflection on tie
character. Handing or reputation of
any person firm or corporation
hich may appear in the column of
The Ardmoreite will be gladly cor-
rected upon Iti being brought to the
attention of the management.
Ardmore. Sunday. September 24. 1911
RECIPROCITY VETOED BY
Tl'iity :m i y In-art I a 1 1 1 On I.ml;.
of tiie Smiw'" The interna' imial
flirtation looking to doner trade relation-
has ended and x ahniiitly
liil fristidly a to Indicate that the
(lomiiiion i ares not to fie i . sianle 1
even as a sinter.
President Ttift has ep;ess.l keen
ilisapKiiiitinent ier (anad.i'j .ejec-
tion of 'he proM-e(i closer trade i.-
latioiiKhip. Me may no i i e-i.ite
the iilapoin'meiit that collies from
an injudicious even loolish. exer-
cise of the veto nwcr The oil i y
Vies n.alile picture in the president's
gallery of a hievement hatt U-en
hop leisly dan (l and cannot uipitr
in the Krani sslon.
Hut the iini i-in eople ;n . no'
worrying over Mr Taft'n disromlii
tire i he hup- ot a it-o'l
liiinlenexl with bifill rout
that sotne relief mli;h' come to taem
through free exelninge with a ii' ith- ii
Injrin state have been blasted and
apparently for all time.
lint this nation of our is nn;iiu
vhat it lias sown. If has tor half a
century maintained a tariff wall
air.iin-i otVr na'ions of the world
lle.ati-e of the wonderful prosM-rify
that comes to j new coun'ry under-
L'OIIIK develoiineiit we for H consid
4-rahle time hae enjoyed a tiMil's
t aradise iow that i-onditions are
bui h that we would break the isola-
tion .mil would iil.e to iMi-ome Iriend-
!y with our iK-ictiiiui s. we tiud that
they do no; need us so m n h a- we
ne.-d t belli.
I'e'iiaps l.oAever. the a. M.ui of
tltiada mat jnoe beuelicial in in.-'
coiintrv It m.u iailsi the American
i i-ople sooner to shattei the slm. kles
that bind them and drive their n;i-i
"'t -i-s.ir.- in'o the sea. In other words
Aith lei other looiiiioles to . s. ape '
foul the evictions of the trusts and
'oiiihiiiiitlons ill lestrajnt of tiade
t!.at are making the cost ol' living
i'.ll llll'li ai .III 1 1' burden. Ihe people
may j.nw he expected to a -e in
their uils'1' and dcs''oy tiu n-
1 ii'tiaH ri'; s in congress peg a ii;'
n 'i-ippocit v its :in opening vv.dte
r lief lioin tariff exactions aid. d ' -president
in the carrying out o1" 'la'
pa.'t ot hi.- I'lograill Tiun i;;d o
'roin a sincere desire to b. :
lief in nune form to the iii- iesr.-.l
i"vricau coiistiuiei . Now t'i. t fe. i
ntiiciiy has been rejecti-d ly 'he
iin.ulians tiie oniy hope for iT
3 ill i''. prospect of a d.':i.'cra' ie
i.-tory ai Ihe nex- niitional ei..-. am.
The issue under whitcver i..ime o'
g.i-... will Ik- The People s The
In-eiists. The deinocra' le pa:t :s
tin I'ipiotiing the cause of !!' ; o j
;il". ( (kli.hom.m. I
I'll. b r the very .-ha. low ot tiie i
l;'"irvl home of Lieutenant iliw-ior
.1. .1. M. Ab-ste - at Mi- b i the
Pa-c Is's i-sed resolutions comb mi.
ing ihe ai t.ons of the iiciing -ov. i.i-
in gian'ilr: jiarduns and pa'o'e- 'e
tif'y-tiiiee T.ien v no have ..-:i ion-
vi- ed of cviim s Ml this -'a . . T'e
aine : esol ii ions coinmctii!' d c;.iver-111;.-
I'i'iie p :.-rusi'ig to gran the-.
w li-i ; s.i e paii'Mi. From A'duio'-gw-
a safari;' 'e't!Pain 'In- a :
ing fin-ii or in wi.i h men siirn
fi in-elv - -s 'outraged citizens of
Ai'inoe ami 'alter county." '
The it i 'Puis ot liiivcmur McAli t- r
v.iir has sworn t.i in'orvo -h- law
hi" resulted in teaiing down tie
wort if o'h'P ofri'e s in 'hi.- -'a"--who
have t..keii I iie snnie oith
.:' . ;!.
i :' -ua"' r (irsi-.
!. ! nt the Indian
' ' -'ii!.' he llilK
: I n.:il St tic- mar-
he i on-lit ion t 'in'
. . o'tll'Iy 1 - r ;i Ion
n s ' ha l.t'f C-la-o 1
I 1 1 . at r i -h j -
.. ; a'lft- of ')! law .
: re -:.
: : iih'
ii' n li ne
. i"n ! "br
1. .1.. .1
i I he
n.i i- -T i
a - i'
i"i .) ry
a : A n ;
II . '. .!l-- V '
if. Ills Mi.-'l
so- :e I its to
i liiin.i's i
.'.M-iit 'h- reii.rn of
tiieir ii.-:vi!ioi iio'uls i-.
rv 1' ill l.'-te; al ssness
'l i .rn i.i n lix.s.. i'h threats u;i;i
i ti.eii :.s to !:tv conn'; nffii ei - is
r-iiiia .iii I is ;.u ;i. t ;.linost u:i;ia:-
ioti;:!!e iiN.ti p.: of a ..!: tn.ill
Aim h'- n'Aorn "o li iiioid .)! 1. a.
Iluurlior l Me.ter -.1' S .:e .uttd
itli honiK'y. Ti.a' ni.i..' 'ie tr;'e )m '
tiod pi'y liis i'ldirni-n'.
Jo'd ; u-l in. ill !ia- s i:-. .-h-i!
tii.it iiol.- Iii! is 'nuimini; hi- s:ii!s
to make the r:t e lor am rnor ali-l
h" ms .'ed !) hu''-M i' iia.'itnn-
an.l ef'or.i t ions in ii'i.-nhip iha'
lie may secure ;i . w n.ore otes.
Vow this is n. : i - n i 1 . mini ml ''"
Anlmoie'H former mayor llo has uu
' ll. Mol ial !ts i I'.l 1 1 il I s .
Dtputy Sheriff Kills Monster in the
Uavis. (Inli.. .-'i-lit .:!. -The largest
diamond r.iti !e-n.ike ver seen in the
V.'nnkl.' i n i 1 1 1 1 : .i i 1 1 - ;is killed today
'i lieputy Sh.-i ill il K Mook and
il iinei- liiition. of ibis cityi The
n pi lie uieaHiired '. ft -i J inched long
cii iiimfe'.-in e It' inches with L'fl lat
ties .mil a tuition The oBic.-r rode
ll;i to ttiiliiil si teet ot tie moiistei'
In tore iM'ini; warned. In another in-
i .;!'- gov i'IT'j
T '-1 . - - 1 h i i: -..lit'
Tii " i':.d
iea . iiy i fiHiu th. horse wouM hue heen ) i I -livini;
ten iind missihlv the rider. A slm;
om a Winchester ritle t(ttl.-d the
Tor more than twein ..r.ts o'd
residents in the Ailimkie rcuion
Iihic found the old s'lin .-.lied by
thi- rittler hut not until today did
aipon.' sc.- him. Officer Mook care-lull.-
r moved the skin witli rat! lei t.'
a'l.tihc.l ami wiil make i icvohc
!i-l' fio-n a iMirtioil of it A piioto-
m;iili will he taki ii ol the jm-Ii by
I. . Simideis the official photon
rapher of th.- Siint.i K' and copy
sent to the Siiiith-oiii.in Institute
Thi.- is believed to Se the largest
diamond nil lev eei killed ill the
I' I id;
High School Note.
' alt ei noon lei tiun.- w o' e
the high si honl iot iresii. nt
' e preslib nt ot 'he I'lllted
The '. 't ion w as . .i i ml v
and proved dose cnougll to
yen the success'iil cand'da:e
hi-. :r h til: ' ne i et unw e: e
d. The Mitin; was d.'ti- on
ait v .isi
w . I
T : :i -i "
m i ion ' y .
p'-e-id- nt ill !
!i a s ine.
.-hotted in. n il
t 'I. -.11 t
many qu. :! !
s ..I'lilietrly i':
l'i- p'l'.li :
A O .
n 'I o' 'l.iini': " he sp.-a ker'
h :.!"il or the . . inung cong.vs'
Moiniav a'tei noon a pra tic e gain
I "' a I w ill ' e -..law 1 1. . .
i I will
-. In... I
and v j .
Hid Hargrove I'v
"il 'lie ll.iti::. iv
si O. ..:
'I a iilc-
t end i
ie v. av
e.l II" -T
v on i be
Ejptist Ascciotion Adjourns.
V -!.-. ( ikl.l . S. pi
I its. i': I'o'in y I'.ii -:.-' A--s... ia
i I is. d '.lice nays -essloll hie '..
.lav and t((. as! icisiios- : i an-:.. !."i
w.is t.'ie ii0t:iin ..f a : es 'hit if .
til: lei A s .
'lies. live 1 Th.'lt il . i) -.-1 . ' i 'tt ; o 1 1
vv deploie and c'.ndc-inn the 3 -jm.
or .1 .1 m.
:a ;..i' coviv
i n 1 o' t'i
our-.- 1! 1 '
:s. Tit .1 :il .
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I 111:11a. s
v ii -. 1 1 a. in.
S ri'.- t Hiali'v i;. 1.1. -n t'
l(jci lis ::! : to 1 v
It.-spon-iv c reading. IV n lei 4th.
S mdav school l'i a. in.
eus.e-day testimonial iih-. Mil
c!i i r !i lio me is on We-t I'.roa.i
Kveiv:.i"!v cordially invited to
South Ardmore Baptist.
No M-r. ices morniny or ni-iit on
n 1 1. int of -lie t.i''cr.ia ie uieetinu.
l'i -.i. iitiig i-er .ii es at 1 i in. S.in
fchoo' ;li meet af ihiirch early
and no in '"hIv to taiiertiacle for lli'--ie:it
Sunday s'-huol rally.
O. K. SMITH.
Ardmore Presbyterian Sunda
I'atei.ts please be o.i time Sunday
orniii-: at :i I" with your i hildren
to at-eiid the union 'Siimiav s. hool at
the t.i 'lerna'le.
II T. 111'NT. Supt
The i-'liwoith lcavtue of the Itroa';-
vay Methodist Ir.in h w il bold their
(iivotuinal seri i i at the church lit
7 . in . Sunday evening Sept. Ji lf11
and the following program will be
Subject: The Kxeni.ilary Life" I a
Leader. Kev. Hart.
Scripture references: 1 Tim. 4:12:
Kollowinu the reading of the s'ii;-
titre references a hymn announced :
bv some one and sung w ithout a book. I
Scriiitnre readjust. I'salm 21! lo
some other familiar passage fro'ii
The Lord's prSver iu conceit from
Hymn from memory.
I'laver closing with Apotle' Creed
ii iiiii-on. Cointnents on the subjei t.
I (.in memory by those who have read
the discission In the helps or other-
Ict each leaguer come and Initio
some one with them. Strangers
the city especially invited.
ATHLETIC CLUB WILL BE CON-
DUCTED HERE THIS WINTER
GOD SPORT PROMISED.
ten W. Ilalliiu.il. who has heen in
cit to r several .lays in the i li-
st ol p'omotiim ii business man s
gy iiin.isiuin sta -d ycs''ida.v tha he
was meeting with -access and hat!
'I'.lviil uood en. out agctiieiit 1 pom
some of th" most -u tsi i nt ial business
and pi oVo.-siona! men in tin- city who
are int.'e-teil in a'h'e'ps a ltd was
sire tnat .ii' would have something
: i n 't o it ii Him in-" :n t he pulilii
aloiu i -i:i: line it' an e.cly da'e.
II.I man is 'lie manager ol Curb
.bciiaii. a clewp pitle light w eighl .
who i- bvouipg tor mat. lies here
K'.eiv at'e'-iioin he works on: at the
Airiicnie wi;Ii Will Ware and th"
' 'Iii a:e invited to U- picscnt and
see ihe boys peptonii. Ilallmaii has
taki n a liking lo Wate and states
'iiat he lielieye- tnat th'.e :s i world
bea' r in i iU'tpi. Ware is a willing
woiker and an apt st ubii; nil no
doubt will improve with .aielul tui-
. tion Mailman is n cm resH iidem e
with voting .la.-k .lohiisnn for .i niatcn
wrli Ware ami it th.. deal is closed
Hie public will see .-1 'in 1 1 Ii i ii i; really '
win tli wlnle. It i expected tiiat Pill
ham and .Ionian will box he: c at an
early da c. Put this is to lc aunoum -
.1 to I a.' public later.
This winie: prouii.-es to be a good
one 'oi tiie tans who delight in the
name no: w i; h.-tanding the black .ye
'hat was given 'lie i.ist athletic Iu .
tha; w heie th ough bad mar..-:
i' t 'o etna 't. be 1
t .hiving the pa
" k lieab
..! eriiisiii to
01 '. ry ::ii-'
".ties 1 11 I a
tiiii r ' 11 nils
. Til- b
s 111' vv i
'. to" s
Kelsey Summoned to Conference.
Wa-hing'on. Sept. 2::.--Tin Interior'
tie pin t in. nt has summoned Dana H.
Kel-HV. union Ind an agent at Musko-
gee 10 Washington for a conference 1
;p re.iir.l to the re gulations that are I
to go' "ii the paving to the Indians
1 'out $;..OeHi.e.no in per capita allow-1
uthoriied bv congress last
:; STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS. Wi
Ncrmati. Okla ."
i.)t; of Oklahoma
.- v .- :-; began :h-
end decade of it
uiiiit "us to ausp: I
;' hrt.n- of even
The I n:
.ii Thursday ot
last year in the
eiste:n e under
nns as to exceed
s ViOSt sanguine
ihe general fail-
nre of crops and the recent board oi
education investigation both of which
'ere ex cited to tell heavily against
the attendance in ail hi'-her educa-
te iai institutions of Oklahoma the'
enroLiieut is larger ban eier befo.-e
ir. tl: history of ti.e institution. At
the close of the third day of registra- :
tiiui .".". 1 1 st. ideate lad applied for
;.rils of admission tl.e various sfd-
b ges and depart incut.- of the nniver-
s.tv. This is a substantial increase
over the enrollment at the same time
1. st year and i far tn advance of tha: .
ot ail years ;reious. xhe predic-
tion is freely made that the enroll
nient for the fall term will pass the
e'ght hundred mark since hundreds of
the old students ha.e thought beat
to wait until the frate-ni'v rushing
season are by and the general acti.-
ity of the first week of (hool are
over to apply for admission. ljist
year the total enrollment for the fall
term was slightly over 7' hi and that
for the entire school year summer
term included v7". The itrand total
Is ewieeted to reach liiiiii this ve -
although the hot weather of last sum-
mer prevented any increase in attend -
mice during the summer session.
The formal opening exercises held i
in the university auditorium Thurs-
day morning were most impressive.!
Eleven hundred faculty members st.i-
j d nts and tow nspeople packed the
1 large room to hear the address of Ac-
I ing President .lulien C. Monnet. dean
of the school of law-. Yet very weak 1
from a violent attack of hemorrhage
i... . . r . t i. r.i.;..r f
I Ol III- 1IUIT OUT 111.1 CA.i II I I I C Ul
the school was often forc ed to lean !
on the desk at his side for siipjwrt '
as he tittered one of the most direct
criticisms on the higher educational
policy of Oklahoma that has
been beard within the state. Force -
... i v.
ii t and with convincing logic he
tool; up and analyzed educational con-
ciitions within the etate. He attack-1
w ithout mincing words the ex-;
i t nsi e
and unsuccessful policy of !
I building up many secondary agricul-!
tural and normal schools at the ex- j
nen-e of the stale university and ;
i i t ln..l .n.i... 1 I
. i i i
I'l' .i.i.-O ii.i ul -nnit.Miiiii oil. I iriinar '
the educational system 'if:
j Oklahoma. Declaring that Oklahoma j Ferguson's face was a mask of !m-
j should be conservative in all matters I mobility. "Where's levlatt now?" he
i ii a.. ;.... i ....fo i... .v. ; unestioned.
I i.j.i' niiiia run t.i i.'ii a nil ul uwt i . . ....
experience of other states lie called
forcibly to mind the fact that all
states have a great educational sys-
tem had made their state universities
tiie capstone of that system and given
it unstinted support when necessary.
Class work benn hursday morning i
'I lie increase in attendance was epe -
i:.iiv noiieeahle in the cnllcce nf arts!
and sciences ihe law
school of medicine.
school and the :
Everything indicates the strongest
football team in the history cif the
rniversity of Oklahoma this fall
but four of last season's star first 1
eleven are back and in harness while.
sixty or seventy ;t 111 nit ions youngsters!
have donned t!m moleskins ami are .
out booting the ball under the eyes jy
ot Coach lieanie Owen assistant j
Chas. Wantland and Captain "Rink" urPon hf "rnin ' lIa- ."urinB :
the second week .of Fergusons con-
Capshaw. There will be a merrv j n(.( on w jf h ne Two nlamon(1 ranrn
sc ramble for places and it is freel' jihe range boss rode In to make a re- i
predicted that the second team this ' port to Stafford. The meeting took
. . plat e in the manager's office. No cat-
ye ar will be ; radically a strong a ' h Wn m(ssP1. Tne mana(.r
tiie first. The schedule is an unusual-1 was plainly pleased.
I" stiff one since the three liig games. reckon Ferguson's doin' a little
the kttkfests with the universities of good." he said.
Texas. Kansas and Missouri are all; Leviatt's eyes glittered coldly. "If
to he away from home. Among the
most likely of the new men are Floyd
Tribhey. a 24a H)under from Mauri:
Beecher. a 22o pound lad from Okla-
homa Southwestern: Beverly former
star on the Texas Aggy" team.
Pit Foreman Electrocuted.
M. A!estei Okla . S'-pt. 21;. -.1 .bn
N nigh'on. .'e'.. married was killed Fri
el. iv afternoon at M.ne No. S of the.
Osage company a here h. wis pit
bs- i. was plio ing a glole' on
'he 'ictiif 'iiibt wire when in some
.iiikii iw 11 way ; current of e'e t 'ri. i'y
w.is sent through his body killing
him. He was tie;. I before he was
t.-ise.l :o ihe top of the mine.
THE NUMBER IS 215.
Tuls.i. Okla. Sept.
become known that
oil ileal between f.
2" Ii has jus:
X. liarnsdall o:'
I'i'isburg and a F-ene h syndicate was:
not and will no be consummated
Rani.-ei.ill at one lime thought he
had sold oil properties in -this state
to the French syndicate but admits
pow Ihit all negotia'ions are off.
THE NUMBER IS 215.
Do jou use the want ads?
A romance of the old time cow countrj '
By CHARLES ALDEN SELTZER
COn BIGHT ItlC. tT 1HI riAH4.fc Fl ILISIIIKC CO.
lCf:iafei rtm ytltitdmy)
"I reikon I won't." he declared
i limbing into the saddle w ith an ef j
fort. "Hut I won't I comic' ovei
here to sit your brother!" '
Vo.i are impertinent." she said
locking down at the hem of her skirt.'
SI e beard the clatter of his pony's
I oofs and when sh looked up again
she could see nothing except the broad '
of his tack as he rode through the
Krrguson met the Two Diamond :
manager at the door of his office In i
the ranch house. The latter showed'
some concern over his injury. '
I re.kon you didn't do your own
iio-:orin ?" he said.
Feiguson told him of the girl. The (
manager's lips straightened. .
You stayed theie all night?" lie i
I stayed in a alun dow n at a place
which 1 heard the girl say was called j
Hear Flat. 1 didn't ketch the name of
S'affnrd grinned coldly. "I reckon
they liiun't know what you rome over
here for?" i
"I didn't advertise." returned Ker-
lf you had." declared Stafford bis
es glinting with interest you
would have found things plum lively.
Hen Radford's the rustler I'm wantin'
1 voll t0 p; 0Mt 0f business!"
Ferguson could not withold a slight
s'art. Yet in the next instant Ms
fare was inscrutable. "Wei! now." i
he said "that sure would have made j
thing? interestln'. An' so Radford's '
the man. an' that's where he lives?"
S'arford filled and lighted his pipe.
I'm taVtin' liave Leviatt's word for
it" l:e said.
"Who's Leviatt?" queried Ferguson. .
"My range boss." returned Stafford.
"He's been rid in' sign on Radford an'
says he's responsible for all the canle
that we've been mlssin' for the last
sli months "
Ferguson deliberately rolled a cigar-
ette. He lighted it. and puffed for a
moment in silence the manage
i i"K him
' "Hack at Dry Bottom." said Fer- ;
guson presently "there was a man i
..' J .. i .
: shoot in at a can when I at ruck town.
(p ptlt fivp nuiPS through it. Was j
that your range boss?"
Stafford smiled. "That was Levlat t.
he said "my nge boss. We went .
nvcr tn Trv Pnf i nm 1 a crf a trim.
fiKnler We" wanted a man who could
shoot plum quick. Radford's lightning
with a Six Leviatt Said SllOOtin' at
I - 1 1 I n 1 .. n An. I -
a au ""'on ii: kuuii a iu ini.i n
Getiin' you proved he
Tp the 1'te with the outfit."
"He ain't been here lately?"
"Not sin' day before yesterday."
"('mm. Y'ou're givin' me a free
Feiguson stepped away from the
"I m lookin around a little.
he said "to kind of size up things.
I dont want yon to put me with the
outfit. That strike you right?"
"I'm hlrin' you to put a rustler out
of business." returned Stafford. "I
ain't tellin' you how it ought to be
Ferguson nodded. He went id the
rnrral fenee unhitched his nnnv
nvniinlo.l anil rrwip mil nn ihp nlains
in the direction of the river.
Stafford watched him until he was
a mere dot on the horizon. Then he
smiled and went into the offlre.
1 you call ridin around with Mary Rad-
fnrd doin' good why then he's doin"
j it ! " he snapped.
"I ain't heard that he's doin" that."
1 returned Stafford. '
"I'm tellin' you about It now." said
leviatt. "1 seen hiui with her twiced
last week." He sneered. "He" a '
hetter ladies' man than a gunflghter." !
he said; "I reckon we made a mis
Stafford smiled indulgently. "He's
'mainly a good looker." he said. "I
reckon some girls would take a shine
'o htm. Hut I ain't questionin' his
shootin. I've been in this country a (
long time an' I never seen another
man that could bore a can six times
while it was in the air."
Leviatt sneered. "He could do that
an' no' have nerve enough 10 shoot a
coyote." he returned.
Stafford smiled. "Suppose you try
him?" he suggested "That'd be as
good a way as any 10 find out if he
got nerve "
Leviatt's face bloated poisonoitsly 1
hut he did not answer.
Apparently aware tiiat he ha.! i
touched a tender spot. Stafford con- '
tinned gently: "Mebbe his game is to 1
get in with the girl flcurln' that. he'!'
he More liabie to get a cbancest al
Leviatt rose abruptly "He'd bet lor
not go 10 foolln' with Mary Radford
damn him!" he fiid.
"I reckon that wind is blowin' la
two directions" grinned Stafford. "If
I see him I'll tell him he's to stay
away from your girl."
His smile grew as be ateh4
Leviatt spur furiously out int tik
NO ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THIS COLUMN AMOUNTING TO LES3
THAN ONE DOLLAR WILL BE ACCEPTED UNLESS THE CASH ACCOM-
PANIES THE AD. ADS THAT AMOUNT TO MORE THAN ONE DOLLA I
VILL BE CHARGED TO ANY RESPONSIBLE PERSON.
"ANTED FOR U.S. ARMY Able-
bodied unmarried men between
ages of IS and 'iZ: citizens of Toll-
ed States of good character and
tesnperate nabits who an tin-ak
read and write the English lan-
guage. For information apply to
Recruiting Officer. Gorman Build
ing. Ardmore Okla.
1 SELL AND KENT TYPEWRITERS
and bandit ribbons carbon paper
oil etc. G. P. Selvidge. Phone 310
i Wanted To teach you Shorthand
at ion.e. Mall Course In Spencerian
Shorthand $10. Easily learned. Easl-
! It written. Easily read. Selvidge
i Business College Ardmore. Okla.
AGENTS WANTED to sell the best
line of health and accident insur-
ance on the market. Climax acci-
dent policies pay as high as $11-
Om) for aceidei tal death and $220
per month during disability at a
tost of $21 per year. Write for
terms ami control of territory. Na-
tional Casualty Company Detroit
WANTED A good man with a team
uale.-'mnn and collector. Apply Sing-
er Sewing Machine office. 22-1!
i WANTED A girl at the French Bak-i
I ...... S!. l.. t2.. l.i ..I .... I
I ri .. rtvtr .ul. ooioiiiuii 111
' Do not telephone.
WOMEN sell guaranteed hoe. 7')
I.er cent profit. Make $10 daily.!
Full or part time. Beginners inves-
tigate. Strong Knit Box 4029 West
Philadelphia Pa. 14s4
MI-3N We will mail on trial a full
dollar box of Biel's Nerve Tablets.;
Thev act on the system like "Steam
acts on an Engine" giving Health
Streng'h Vim Vigor and Vitality
or cos; nothing. Send no money
.pis' name and address. Hiel Mfg.
.Vi. Dept. c ami Denver Colo.
1 WAN l'lll -To rent a jiiano must be I
in good condition. Phone "iSJ blue
! op .-all at 3U0 ? St. N. W.
.WANTED- Two first class salesmen
i i xperienc-e not necessary. Call Sun-
day afternoon or any time after 5
; p. m.. at 214 Firs' Avenue S. W.
i A. ('. Ranch. 24 2
WANTED Men to Rani Ihe he.-'
' bu.-iness in the world the barber
; iiade. Can have your own shop or ;
earn big wages. Few weeks ieiuir
ed Tools given; wages while learn-
'pg. Write Molei Hat 'ier Col'ege
' Kansas City. Mo. 21 f.t
SALESMEN" enep'ret ie-; exH'l ii'llre-
making $ 1 .000 monthly. Most suc-.is-liil
lot ppoposition ever offeied.
Saitain and .Montgomery. San An-
WiMUD-Tn buy all l ilies of beer
and whiskey nettles. C. P. Hall.
Fresh from the factory. Mlegpetti's
ndies at the City Drug S'ore.
Miss Jess Johnson
Has bouses lots and acreage
te sell. Her dealings are all
"on the square." Go buy of
her sbe'll treat you fair. There
ia no reason for delay. Just
write for bargains right away.
Office with Putnam Co. 204
Main St. Oklahoma City.
For Sale at this Oftice
tabbed in neat pads of 100
each at 20c per thousand
In Lots of'10.000
HAND IN VOL'R BIDS x-room house
and lot la0x--'(2 orchard and barn.
Will fell to highest bidder. Half
cash balance 6 ier cent. L. L.
Tyir. Phone iee 421 office pliont
-73.' . 0tf
FOR SALE Sii; re in Chickasaw
Lake worth iV0 will take $2.'.'!
cash if sold at once. Fully paid up.
M. K. Cruce M'J State Noil. Hank
Bldg. Oklahoma City. LMOt
FoR S LK Capital Livery Stable
South Washington street; 10 head
horses buggies harness and all
pertaining to stable. See 'W. J.
Wilson Manager. 20-f't
FOR SALE Some nice lurniture in-
clud.ng folding-bed dresser dining
table etc. 210 I) St. N. V. Phone
st'iU red. jjo-3
FOR SALE Horse buggy and har-
ness. Cheap for cash or on time.
Phone .122 white. 21-3
FOR SALE 2.1 second hand wagons
at your own price and term.- J.
Ma' Moore & Sou. 24--!
FOR SALE Two hand-made delivery
w agons. A I Rice. 24 3
FOR SM.IC For charges $17 on-1
M"ih secondhand aim wairon. A I
FOR RENT One 5-room house 4
blocks to Main street for $10; one
4-room house on 11th Ave. for $5 per
month. J. Goldsmith. 23-1 m
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
light housekeeping. Furnished bed
room. .Modern convenience. Phone
110. Mrs.-.'AV. R Roberts 602 W.
Main Street 21 tf
FOR RENT Two rooms for lipht
housekeeping; ..nicely furnished.
FOR RENT Five-room bungalow
modern conveniences. 4th avenue.
. II. Corlew. ' 22tr
FOR RENT Furnished rooms mod-
ern conveniences. Phone 517.
FOR RENT 4 i'oom homo. haii and
bain modern lmpi ovements. Hon
W. Main. Phone IK. 24 .1
! FOR RENT Two-room cottage for
light housekeeping furnished. Mrs.
j Sam Noble. 24tf
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST- Plain gold pin with monogram
letters. Name 011 hack of pin. Re-
ward for return to Ardmoreite c!
MONEY TO LOAN.
I'l.FAT V OF MON'llY .10 loin on c ity
properly business aud dwelling
house: long time low rates; also
to build homes. Apply now. V M.
Iteilfielcl Phone '.Ml. 24-1:1'
ST I.I I IH : RIF.XS AND CITR1S
Fill IT I.WDS- 1-ocated in S
l.ticle l'c ty Kloiida. on the fat::
oils Indian River ibetween V
Fierce mid' I'allii Reach on ma. a
line of Florida Fast Coast R
Seven st -it ions on or neat
'tacts every acre within om
hail mile 10 four miles or"
-tation. Mere are finest piiieanpC
plutita-ions and citrus fruit groves
in the slate of Florida. Will sell
in title's of in acres up at J0 er
iff' one-third cn-h balance in five
years. Drainage ditches and graded
'oads are being built and will le
completed without cost to land
iiiyeis. "pon payment ol" half cash
deed am! abstract showing iand
ah ir and free of every incni.i-
lranie. will be ilelnPvp(j t lean
cut land proposition that gives a
man r-al value for hi't money. To
agents who tan produce results
vvo offer very att-active proposi-
tion. I'o'dten I.and Co.. 719 New
York Kile Rblg. Kansas City. Mo.
West of DepotMarietta
S: VANSANT Prop.
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