The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 140, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 20, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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For Spring Humors
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Iitvi'irating t the llc and Sickly
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J. R. Dexter
Farm Loan Agents write
me for blanks and terms
LIGHT & POWER
LIGHT YOUR HOME
ASK TO S THE BRAND
jf it i:kads
'7il Yfl U. i lnf ptf
It in our guarantee of wlioli-Hoinc
Hvvi et mild tender Ham
Hams & Bacon
ant aeleited from prirrie well
matured ynuriy hot;. 'I'liey urn
properly cureif atid Mrnokeil over
yrrrn Hickory and Maple. Hairy
I'irand iii tint mark of highest
iiuality -: Ahk your ileaji-r.
Tyler & Simpson Co.
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ri.l.'ar.t ufTra?':'.': for
!-fri'ji'l h;:;-.'!f ith rorisl'l'.-rab'';
i armrh arif) characterized the cri'.l-cl-.m
I Refu to Eat; Freed.
(t (ilty-t o women ho had tie'!:i
frifi-rif:-( to jail ciric: Jariijary 1
-U-tt he fall) had been released be-
fore the c.ifi; ! 'ion of their ten-tii':i-H
hefhire they refined to a'.
AH o' them -.vere mifferiri? from
i roiri;!;iiM i v. lut li prevented attempt !
' at. forelhle f -!; n (? and he added.
I inany of the rnill'arjt-i were actuated
ly a -t '-rrrji iiaf ion to mako rnartyrt
of theiiiHelviH and were ready to
starvo to d'ath.
! Mr. MeKeima nald he had to fare
ithiH dally and by hitter experience
he l.lii-'.v thene ( ;inen would only b'
Id' alt v.l'h Individually and by
him.' nat lenfw. I liiinanlt y. he run
(lud'd hlowly hut Hiirely would en-
d -avor to hp-ak down the movitn"r t.
i Mr. Mi Ki-nna told how on" woman
'in irji-.ori i'j"'tii:-il heref all ovi-r
j'.Mili hot waier and remained uncor-
td all r.lrht In the liope of catih-
ii i: hi r di aih of cold. Others pro
ti nded to tal'.e their food hut. kiir-
-l .t i t i r i) ly t.tarved thi-!n".eveH H'l
a" t-i h ii exhausted and die In
en. .vi-ne h;:d volutii arily nelf-
initurid thi-rn lv h hy thirst r-j
fi. iik: to tii ir h milk or water.
i "Moral Againtt Brute Force.'
fxiidmi Mareh 111 - At. a public
meetiiu; iii. re tmiiKht. c.trong jiroteHt.4
a;'. lint t l In- fiin lhli) feiMlinK of Ini-
pi liioiied sufi ra"i'tten were register-
ed. 'I lie h!i.lnp of London who pr'-
Hided derlan d that the suffrage
i ii;'ivem"i't uaha grand demonstration
of ninr.il lone against brute force
i 'lioige liirnard Shaw thn wril'T
taid that forrihle fei-dlng wa.i Illegal
h.it that Idi'lnald MiKetina th"
linine mi ( ret: ry proposed to legalii
jit by mi int ol parliament.
Dr. Klnfl'i New Diicovery.
Koolhes Irritated thrnnt and lungs
stops chronic mid harking cough re-
lieves tlekllng throat tastes nice.
Take no other; otice used always
used liny It at Ulnger Hrug Co.
; Railroad lime Tabic
! SANTA FE.
.No. R 1L':K a. m.
No. 12 11: 16 p. in.
I No. IK 11:47 a. m.
' No. .1 4:02 a. m.
I No. 11 1:03 p. in.
iNo. 17 4:31 p. m.
i ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM.
iNo. C73 11:20 a.
'). ;.".l 8:30 p.
No. rr2 7:4f. a.
No. 074 4:30 p.
No. f.I5 9:30 a. m.
No. 513 12:30 p. m.
No. H27 4:20 p. m.
No. COS 8:20 p. m.
No. 647 4:45 p. m.
(Dally exropt Sunday)
No. f24 :0fl a. m.
No. r.nr. 7:00 a. m.
No. 526 ..12:40 p. m.
No. fjl4 4:45 p. m.
No. 546. 6:10 p. m.
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CLE A S L P DAY IS NOV1
you ro delightfully tLat you are lure
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to corn 4 again. From so'ips arxn
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F ESTAU RANT
is j.ar excellence Itself. Whether
your order is for a dainty or a sub-
stantial dish It Is always appetizing
and properly prepared. Eat here
and prolong life.
1 (The (7 CP -P'
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- m it t r i i i m m. vk t
Are Hi Hand Hour and good
bread. If you employ the first
you arc always sure of the sec-
ond. They go together even
when accompanied by only
moderate baking skill. Order
a sack of Hip; Hand flourfrcm
your grocer. Dont mix ic
with other flours. Give-the
Hig Hand a chance to shoWfy a Judgment and decree of fore
what it can do by itself
n n it ti n ii h n i! k n a n
tt OSBORNE CANDY CO.
tt Manufacturers of 8
PEANUT BUTTER STICK.
tt and 8
U VELVET 8
tt I'hono Blue 78. 8
tt tt a :t n k n u a a 8 n a
AM) PLENTY OK IT
For farm loans. I make my
own Inspections Prepare
pnpers - Inspect the security
and pass on the title.
Y o J.I your mnary MlfiHT MOW
Time and termn n-mionatile.
1 Loam maito mijrwlirrr In Ukli
See or wrlt
Olllc W. Andorton
TOWER'S FISH BRAND
KlLTi OVT ALL THE HATS
V A T t a ? I OCT DTTLA3
WST5 GAS P.PE LI'E CCSTCT
O'li'STi C ty Set Ce;e' F.ei
F'Cti Satj'al F
OkUicsia Oi-". OiU.. Mi:::
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Notice cf Sh-nffi Sale cf Lar- Urdir
.v.'o';ce is hereby gives tast in
j i.r ju? nee f.i aii order of sale :.ued
i. .'. of the Li.-:.rict four: cf Carer
Co;rty Oklahoma or. the 4T1 da?
rf March IS 13 in an action waereii
the botrolt United Eanlc of Detroit
(Michigan was plaintiff and Albert J.
Lee and Kvelyn D. Lee were de-
jfendants directed to rre the under-
;Klfrr.ed Sheriff of Carter County Ok-
jl'ihotna corr.rnandirig rr.e to ivy uoon
land S'.dl v.lthout appral3';n!cn. th-
following described property tow it:
Let Thiee (.1) in Block Two Hun-
dred Ninety-seven (297) of the City
of AMmore Carter County Okla-
homa according to the official ma;i
jto satisfy a Judgment and decree of
foreclosure in favor of plaintiff and
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against the defendants and each of
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iiheia rendered on the 4tu day of
tE'.feniber. 151.'. for the sum ..f Four
teen Hundred and Eighty-three a;J
11-100 ($13.13; Dollars with inter-
fit at the late of S.S per cent per
annum from July 17 1912 and Olio
Hundred and Twer.ty-elght and
21-1'.'0 f ? 1 2 . 3 1 ) Dollars attorneys'
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;the hour of ele.-en o
this sale; I
April 1913 a.
'clock a. m
'at the front door of the Court Hous
'in the City of Ardmore in .aki County
and .State offer for sab; ti the high-
est bidder frrcasn the said property
above described or ;o much thereof ;
as will satisfy said Judgment with!
interest ar.d costs. I
Witness rny hand this the 4th day
of March 1013.
Sheriff rf Carter County Oklahoma.
Hy W. VV. TOWERS
Notics of Sale.
Notice is hereby given that In pur-
suance of an order of sale issued out
of the district court of Carter county
Oklahoma on the 3rd day of March
1'J13 in an action wherein Lee Pool
was plaintiff and W. J. Bledsoe Joe
Bledsoe Jr. Lorena Bledsoe and
Rhonda Bledsoo were defendants di-
rected to me the undersigned sheriff
of Carter county commanding me to
levy upon and sell the following de-
Lot Four (4) in Block 367 In the
city of Ardmore Oklahoma according
to the official plat and survey there-
of approved by the secretary of the
Interior of the United States to satis-
closure In favor of said plaintiff and
against said defendants obtained and
made In said court on the 19th da
of February 1S13 for the sum of $517.
77 and costs $16.35 with Interest
thereon at 8 per cent from the 14th
day of December 1912 and costs ac-
cruing I will on the Sth day of April
1913 at the hour of two p. m. of said
day at the front door of the court
house In the city of Ardmore in sal
county and state offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash
the said property above described or
so much thereof as will satisfy said
Judgment with Interest and costs.
Witness my hand 'this the 6th day
if March 1913.
Sheriff of Carter County Okla
By BILL TOWERS
5-1 rn Deputy.
I Here Is a message of hope and
pood cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin
Boone Mill Va. who is the mother
of elghtin children. Mrs. Martin
;was cured of stomach trouble and
constipation by Chamberlain's Tab-
lets after five years of suffering .and
now recommends these tablets to the
I public. Sold by all dealers.
A FEW REASONS
why vcu shculd keep 2n account with
the Guaranty State Bank
Your rr.'.-.ev is alcv-teiy safe as our deposits
a.-e i.-i.-.tei by 'Juirar.ty Fund of th:
Sute cf Oiiiihc.r.a.
V.'e c.cpe:atv ::h thvse who pat:onize the bank
ir. every rr.anner k.io""n to best conservative
WHEN IN DOUBT come in and taik it ovr-r with
P. C. DINGS J. M. I1AIRD E.E.CHIVERS
Pres. V. Pres. Cash'r.
G OOP HEALTH
and good sense are two of life's greatest blessings. You can have
good health by eatir.g oar Pare Freh Groceries and you exer-
cise gDod sense by baying them from J. A. Clark's C. O. I). Gro-
cery where yoa save money on every bill. Reason a little with
yocrseif and trade where yoa get the best goods and best service
for fhe least money. :: Auto Delivery :: Phone 633
J. A. Clark C. O. D. Grocery
SCHOOL BOOKS WALL PAPER PAINTS
T. N. COLEMAN'S DRUG STORE
M. W. Jones
The Jones - Everett Machine Co
Engineers Founders and Machinists
We are often complimented by strangers from otter cities on
our equipment and the skill that our men have attained In repairing
end constricting machinery. Those familiar with the large shops In
larger cities and their methods often send us their work as some
way we seem to please them better. If you are not a customer of
ours it might pay you to get ;n line. Our phone is 83 and long dla-i
tance knows us.
Ready For Business
At my New Quarters
This week at Downing's you will find completest lino of Rugs
and Art Squares in Ardmore. All sixes 6x9 In Axminster Wool and
Fibre; S 2x10 C in Axmin sur and Velvets 0x12 the standard
room size Art Square In all grades. Trices are $4.25 to $25.00. Spec
lal lot at $7.5" $S.00 and $10.00.
New goods arriving dally a nd more In transit (as Downhig's
price moves It.)
Here you find good standard Furniture at prices unheard of b?-
fore In Ardmore.
Window shades In all sizes and lengths. Prices from 23c up.
Linoleum 6 feet wide 60c per yard.
Linoleum 12 feet wide 60 c per yard.
Remember the new location West Main Strtet.
W. C. DOWNING
Next Door to City Gas Co. Phone 128
ARDMORE NATIONAL DANK
U. S. DEPOSITORY
Our Motto: "Strength Not Size"
Cloie of business Nov 26 1912
TJ. S. Bonds 125000.00
Real Estate 15846.25
State and County
Warrants ..$ 99193.30
The test of a bank is in its Cash Reserve. Amount required by
U S. Government 15 rpr cent. Actual amount carried by
33 ptr cent. NO OVERDRAFTS. NO BORROWED MONEY.
If conservative methods appeal to you we respectfully
invite your account.
G. W. STUART Pres. P. D. MAXWELL Cashier
C. H. Everett
Capital Stock $100000.00
Surplus and Profits .. 24492.63
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 140, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 20, 1913, newspaper, March 20, 1913; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc146127/m1/2/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.