The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 140, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 20, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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tlon h! I !;. h thr. law a-il'JifiK I''-''-of
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tliu r'-'l fifi! aiiai'hy float a nn-ri-iii:
to lint nal!oii of the larth whi n
ho ii'ni-t. i-ornir fana'!'i jr-:ifi
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Mi 'I lo all kovi t iiiji' n' a. I II not
time that the "win" m ri if the eac.t"
ninl the wliii' ineri of the vet Join
hari'l In a movi ii.ent v.hi'h v.j! jiro-
lirl i-o'lity Iiomi Hi" !'e mail I i ' : of j
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n-itf': Tfvi'.ij V.i.'-AVa' ij c.rr-.fX tb'-rn
&..! hT rr.i-rn arra: jrn'-i teror me
har of yit"f.'r. And the irw.MlnZ
noil'l oor.'.i'J'-r th'-rn tir!'lr-a-.le
'!';-; a;d order that they he
h Jt In jr!Vn no that fA lety may
r-.t ne'.ijre f'r a time from their at-
tark. ThU v.i! e a KO'id enfore'-
rn'f.t of a f?ood law. Th'-n why would
!T TTot iIef ;)f v. .T " i..
a r(fr-A'nvi of the people of the
land for the JudK'-i fft all the rourt
of the 'Ivjli.i-d world 'o enforce the
law whleh the world ha eov'-rnbii-'
th- 'inlfhinent. of traitor?
A Kanaj( editor take Mie wi-h
the poet who warl.l'-m of the "nun-
heamt In e'leuroher
Ho nay It'
A T' xat c'liolhoy ha luen clv-n
a nenten'e of thirty 'lays In Jail tffr
kl'ilnn a irl n hoolmat". It H'ems
that other yood ifa .fiion are ji.'f .H-
iir: v.ltii the blue-bak mi'ller.
Mu koi"-e ha fmnnl a man v.lio
ha-i robi.'-'d a j-a'i omian-. It Ik not
' t j-lveil O'lt i. ll.it V.III he ll'ill" 'A It il
him hut lh- ehatr-ert ii r- that he will
he .' .V:ioi.ei
A v. oiuiii vni dale In Wi'hila.
Ean ha i v- ii.H'! r'-a.'-.on i v.hy
; lie Iho-lid he lie- I'll
i. a n t ha t "n i in- of t ii'
'I he Eagle.
lil'liieeii motiilix lo I'i.vteen '.ears lf
ai'e 'I he oth' r !t1'!t ari Junt -rauKe.'
A '.oung fellow named Chance wa
i i-iiten'eil to a two-yi-ais' term in the
Oklahoma penitentiary In Hill.
:hoitv after he enlere( that Insti-
tution lo- managed to escape. From
Oklahoma he went to Mexico. After
taking long rhanrcH In the hnul of
Dy Buying One of Our
$25.00 and $30.00
Tailor Made Suits
New Lot by Express
HIGH GRADE GENTS'
Misfit Clothing Parlor
211 EST MAIN
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r':.?rarat:'3 'zc. or.'. - ' tne r-
f -.ir.?:: of '.o ...'!! r.e'we'r. the rr.;n-:-.:r
ar.i '.'.e h;torj. At ar.y rate
the v.'.iM'mt hi fed a oomplair.t
a;;a:n.t the hotel ke-jer a:?;.ri? v:o-
i la'lon of ta ;.roh:h;tion !aH.
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' Mr Cb'irobrr.an in it UA or Money
That T.rake the Many Slave to the
Few? Vote for HotiaJiiiHi." reads a
ctleWr hundreds of which have heen
jiOit.ed on the wall
nasf few day.
eh'irehe.H djr:r; t r j .ant few
It may not he 'iod and it may not he
money 1'it n i' ii ym'.t .U vS'i rt anar'h-
i -rn lead to aaxaiiiinations of kucIi
ixx that of McKIr.ley of 'iarfield of
Kir.tf ';(.-;'. of Creeee.
"V.'hat is a regular democrat?'' aV:-
i d the Philadelphia IT'S in a recent
ii-. le. A repulli'an ''or. temporary
answered that he was one who always
voted the htrait'ht ticket an 1 then pr'-
pari'I an application for a postmaHter.
ship. Had the querist have nought
Information as to wiio v.as a regul
t'-puhli'yin the answl-r would prop'-rl;.
have h' i n "one who votes a fctraight
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t 'et and has tri he jarred loose
from the po. r ma: ter-h';i with d:.na-
mire"' Vr d Koiih r ;:ie ' 'ioid'-n Rule"
' poii'-e chief of f lev land Ohio h. s
been found guilty of ' r:v s immoral-
ity and conduct unui -coming an oiti-
' r and a gentleman." He has h'-i-n
ills' barged from ofiice y the com-
i mi -t-ion who tii'd him. At the trial
( f lUi4 (;!. Kj hi f faf.f?) y
p.vi. p.. thowing t;.at. a ri'-ighiior
of Kohl-r surprised h.m in the aiart- Ty (now Oklahoma) or its assigns
mi nts of the neighbor'. wife. Botii should have power under said mort-
! the chief and the neighbor's wife were page to foreclose said mortgage and
j endishabille. Kilih r's ilef- nse was that Hell said property above described
his mi-tiion ill the lad
was "an Innocent one."
CLEAN UP DAY IS NOW!
SAVE FROM FIRE
I havi made in
my shop an Ideal!
trash and paper burner from hea vy
corrugated Iron they will last for
years they will not allow to escape
ii slnglit Hparn to destroy property.
They cost little they may Havo ou
.your home or tdore. Order one to-
day. WILSON NEWMAN
The Progressive Tinner.
CLEAN-UP DAY IS NOW!
Attention K. of P .
Work In rank of Knleht this even-
ing. Lodge will open 7. Hi) p. 111. All
member third rank work will klndlv
be present . .Members are urged to
come out. Visiting knights Invited.
All application muft he filed to-
night. Class will positively 1oho to-
1 1 1 ; ; 1 1 1 .
W.M. F. IIOI HLAND C. C.
CLEAN-UP DAY IS NOW!
The fnr-.e at the polUo station was
busy (hi morning In a housu clean-
ing campaign. Several Weary Wil-
lie haw been guests of- the city
in tint past few days and left bo
It was feared traveling reminders
of their Rojourn resting in tho fold)
of the blankets of the city Jail's bed::.
A liberal application of Insect -powder
was used although In sonic Instances
It t claimed tho clean-up man ha 1
lo use boxing gloves before tho "trav-
idet"' could bo subdued.
Fitters T ' 3
Next Sunday is Easter
Are o'rf r 'i c'nd-tit.r t o
Everv r-i I'd every wc-ir.
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O.r r.ew sfr.r.j st;!-s ire
rei'i tr.ev ire tt.ti.r-j very
hi . :.T.e. "fr.e f.ctT rr.'.ie.i
r. tr.e oe;
.e ever st
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Home of Good Shoes
Notice cf Sale cf Land Under Fore-
cloture. Notioe is hereby given that where-
as on the 10th day of May liO"
Thomas E. Holland and wife Sarah
M. Holland and Mrs. Susan E. Pitt-
rnan a w idow executed their certain
real estate mortgage unto the Jeffer-
son Trust Company of McAlester In-
dian Territory (now Oklahoma
The fiouth fifty feet of Lot 2 and
the north fifty feet of Lot 3 and
all of Lot 1 in Block 379 of the
City of Ardmore Indian Territo-
ry (now Oklahoma) according to
the Official Map of said City
for the nurrKise of securing the Jef-
fersori Trust Company of McAlester
' Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) in
the payment of one certain note for
the .sum of Five Thousand Dollars.
-a ii.)) interest thereon at the rate of
Hlx p.r f;f.nt .er annum payable
t-ernl -annually and said princi:al note
maturing on May 1 1511. Said mort-
'gage being of record in Book 32 at
page 42(; of the records of Mortgages!
as recorded in the office of the Clerit
of the I'nited States District Court
for the Southern District of the In-
dian Territory and being now In thi
office of the Register of Deeds for
farter County. Oklahoma as the fiuc-
cessors to -iid Cl'-rk and Ex Officio
' Record-r for the 2 1st Recording Dis-
trict of the Indian Territory.
And said mortgage provides that
at the maturity of said note if same
was not paid the Jefferson Trust
Company of McAlester Indian Terrl-
bedroom at. public auction to the highest bid-
!ders for cash at Ardmore I. T. (now
Oklahoma) by giving public notica
of the time and place of sale by
.advertisement in. Borne newspaper
published at Ardmore for ten days
by at least two Insertions therein.
And said note and mortgage was by
the Jefferson Trust Co. of McAlester
Tniiinn Territory (now Oklahoma)
nimed to Thomas G.
j an( )(J 8 nQW the owner anj
r u!.ii note and mortcace. And
(hR mal(.rs of flald noto and mort
I gage have failed to pay Raid note
for $.'000.00 and interest due on
May 1 Hill amounting tp $150.00
and the owner and holder of Raid
note and mortgage have declared the
Now therefore I Thomas G. Pierce
the owner and holder of said note
and mortgage will oHor for sale un-
der the tortus of Raid mortgage on
Monday. March 31 113 before the
Court House door at Ardmore Car-
ter County Oklahoma at 10 o'clock
a. m. tho above described property
for casli at public auction to the
highest bidder and the proceeds of
such sab; will be applied to tho
costs of sale (2) to tho Ratlsfaction
of said note and interest now due
Wltii.s my hand this the 20th day
i of March 191.1
THOMAS G. riERCE.
Assignee of Raid noto and mortgage
and owner and holder of same.
Man't Debt to the Beatti.
Men have received valuablo hints
And learned many things of Impor-
tance from beauts; nueh as gratltudo
from dogs vigilance from the crane
foresight end frugality from tho ant
honesty from the elephant and loyalty
from the Lorso. Don Qulxoto.
cii- A-Sj ct-ST Ti'f-KViKJTtaS
ij itills ricif trV.a aer.
orL c G. P. S:TLl?e. Pione 210.
.'iri'.y f:r Th Clrr.ai Sanitary
A-rvis B:-j. '.Voider Coti SI'.co
L-vs'Jtsi Iriiteri. Ctatl aid eiartlne
c;r i;t.a.i.es. Free daf.7 derr.on-
itriticij cf tie SacJcs'xit Water-
Power F4e. Scil? aid Eod7 Ma-
tre lli.hiie. Mail orders prortjt-
ly eiet'.ed. No. Ill Broadway N.
V.'. Ptoit white Til.
It-la MARIE COCLTER.
O'j-u.VIN COi'-sETa are represetit-
ed tv M.'-i. Ada Hines Ardrnore
HAVE A MONEY-MAKING j.rov
cs.::oa for fv;r men with light r;gs.
e;".-er '.:. or dou:.le Ihone
wLi-e 7;-2 cr call at 115 C street
N. ".V. EraLk Lanie! Box I'A Ard-
ir.ore Okia. li-t
OPPOKTL'MTY FOR HUSTLER
To cake HZ'i to $200 a month in a
legitimate business in hi3 home
town for particulars address Post
Office Box No. 122 GJthrie Okla.
I WILL PASTURE y.'-ur stouk at
Ben Ford pasture one mile from
city be?inning March 20. Plenty
water. Will call for your milch
FOR RENT 12-room bouse corner
Mill St. and 1st Ave. S. E. Phone
718. 14-tf 1
FOR RENT Six-room house with'
bath water sewer and gas. No. 1C:
Stanley Blvd. R. A. Fox. 1S-0 j
iOR RENT Five-room house corner;
D St.. and Fifth Ave. N. W. Gas i
l ot and cold water; modern; $ia. '
S W. HarreW. St ;
1- OR RENT OR SALE how cases j
and drop-head Singer sewing ma- !
chines. J. Goldsmith Loan Ofiice. j
FOR RENT at $12.i0 per month four
large lower rooms 22 N. Wash-
ington Street. Thone white CO .
BOARD AND ROOMS refurnished
house. Board with or without
rooms best in tow n. Mrs. Dee j
09 A St. N. W. Phono
MY FINE JERSEY BULL will make
season at my barn on West Main
Street. Will call for cows. Phone
blue 530. Will CarJwell. 4-lm
MODERN BUNGALOW 5 rooms and
bath $15.00; C-room cottage mod-
ern close in. 12.50; 4-roora cot-
tage desirable $1000; 4-room cot-
tage desirable $0.50; 2-room cot-
tage $1.'J0. Redfield Realty Co.
Phone tC. 24-lni
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Large black handbag con-
taining valuables. Reward for re-
turn to Ardmoreite office. 19-3
E. E. GUILLOT
Real Estate and Loans
Postal Telegraph Bldg.
See me for prompt servLce.
J. R. DEXTER.
Low Rates. Kasy Terms
a a n u a a u
a a a a a
There's a fund of Informa-
tion to be gained from a care-
ful reading of the Wants.
What workers are wanted
what property Is for sale or
for rent what needs of bus-
iness and the household
prompt the rail for many es-
sentials what chances are of-
fered for business deals
buying selling exchanging?
all such Information Is con-
tained In the Wants.
Manp find It well worth
while to be posted regarding
Many have turned the
Wonts to good account In ad-
vantageous deals securing
work and In many other
yfjK iixUil'A': Inland Ked
th's fi.'io':a i:.rr Uyhn
y-.T .':V.ifj?. Fnor.i Bin
f Oit SALB OK RENT Wy res.d:.
In Eorthwest Ardir.ore. Mrs. A. J
Mrs. J. c.
P.fXtk eggs $1.00 for 1'.
Payne Leest Okia.
FOR SALE Hoa-.e and lot. i'.J A
St. N. cash ;.ayrr.er.t baia- .e
easy terms. Mrs. S. V. Jord;-.:..
; 2i'-'. :.l
FARM LAND FOR SALE Ixfro". U
and unimproved rich tof.ora
uplaid at $.00 to $30.00. I ha e
Eome good propositions that caiio :
be beat. Address M. i. G-er
H-jghes Okia. v"-rj
1-Oit S-ALE Another s
EVr.erta ar.d Chinese
ar.d Syca:r;ore s-hade tr-
too late to trar..': piai.t
II. It. Parker.
MEN WANTED to learn barber irai .
We teach by free work and s:.
1 years of ar'prtnticesh:?. No bett-:-r
work. Jobs always waiting. Too
given. Wages in tinishing depart-
ment. See our o'fer. Moler Ba--ber
College Kansas City Mo. 16-0
V ACL" I'M CLEANERS The Ard-
moreite has a few National Vacuum
Cleaners which will be delivered ly
carrier by parcel post or express
upon recelpit of price $3.53. 20-;
frjR SALE 20 acres 4 mile froia
city limits D street northeast; 5-
room house good barn drilled well;
25 pach trees in bearing. Immedi-
ate possession given if taken in next
two weeks. Also two lots in Oil
City well located. Address Box
404 Ardmore or call at residence.
LAND FOR SALE Near Ardmore.
Okla. Seventy acres same being
south half of southeast quarter
less 10 acres of Sec. Zi Twp. 4 S.
Range 1 east. 3 1-2 'miles west of
Ardmore Okla. Also IDO acres cf
southeast quarter of Sec. 23 Twp.
3 S. Range 2 east be'ing about 6 1-2
miles northeast of Ardmore Okla.
fWill sell reasonable witb essy
terms. Address Box 102 Calvin
WANTED To buy a
hand incubator. J.
Phone red 307.
drsk in good condition; must b'
a bargain. Phone 3S1. 20-J
(WANTED 100 suits to clean pres
j and dye this week. Satisfaction
j absolutely guaranteed. London
Steam Dye House and Misfit Cloth-
ing Parlor. Phone 301. 16-12L
LADY ROOMER OR BOARDER
mostly for company. Room ami
board $12.50 per month or room
only $1.50 per week. Mrs. R. A.
Riner 222 B St. X. W. 13-6
WANTED Ten carloads old iron
bones coper brass rubber bottles
zinc lead sacks tinfoil. C. P.
Hall the New and Second-Hand
Home Outfitter on Caddo Street.
CLEAN-UP DAY IS NOW!
With every Me purchase of randy or
fruit with a Quarter at
S. . PRIDDY'S
you will receive a
NEW NICKLE IN CHANCE
See the new nii klcs and net one for a
Souvenir. Come early supply limited.
"After four in our family had died
of consumption 1 was taken with
a frightful cough and luns trouble
but my life was saved and I gained
87 pounds through using
W. It. Patterson Wellington Tex.
PRICE BOe indll.00 T IL DRUGGISTS.
CLEAN UP DAY IS NOWI
CLEAN-UP DAY IS NOWl
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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/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.