The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 288, Ed. 1 Friday, September 11, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Friday September 11 1914.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
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TIPVt OF SUBSCRIPTION.
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trtli or f.rvrtion rr.y tar lii
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ta tli aM.iit.on of t.a nt;jir.f.t.
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UO TIME FOR POLITICS
SH.'e the Mn day of .V.g'J-t John:
Held i anili'iate !or gow-rt.or on tb-ej
ri iiubli' an li k'-t ha-. b-'-n rampaig.'r
lug t.iii staf: in bi-. o n n.'.'-r'-tH
Mr Ki' l'lrf tali'-'l to arout-e ay j
flit b ii 'Iji k in in s'a'-. I
7 he je(pi- are not in a n.ood to j
Mtidy politio. Joliti i-"i-11 - ( laiiiis to
te int.-r'ted in the farmer and the
farmer at lb Li time has. greati-ht
t;attl'- b'fore hllil be ban eer bad
to f.gi.t. Vot.ng the r-p'ibli an ticket
will not ;-ol. ' the problem In-fore
Mm. i'oliti'.- falls upon dull '-as
Hoiii'-tlng bett'-r It d'-maiitled. The
(lemociatic party In tbli nation is ii.
lug a!l t!ie energy and all the brain:-
tt bai to it"-r the nation clear or war
and at the tame lime p y I riirt-1 Ing lo
lielp toe ili .tre.-.s.ed crops.
'(be i-iale govi-rnmeit is (ailing men
..I s.ll i:.rtliH liiL-elher to Irv to arrive!
at :t i-ol lit ion or the problem locally j
in Mi h limes men are going to stay
with those vim ate utlng eery ounce
of energy they have In ihdr h'bair.
.Men are uni thinking or changing their
politics. The people musl move In
one m.IkI phalanx II lb-y would ac-
compli h lei-nliH. W"' must i-tay In
bannony v.llh the national ndmihL Ira-
I loll )l mi his Hie ery ! if i.T the na-
llon lo do so.
If the ih inocials had mil gollon con-
Irol ol the hilllollill gOM IIilnenl a few
moiitliH hi lore the coming of this ex-
tniordlnai y nci -n ion II I'resldent Wll-
non liinl not kept coiim ' .' in n . t ion
until It pa seil the federal rc-ene ml
llieie v.ould luibiy have I 1 1 no means
placed at I Ik- dl'-pieal ol' tin- people
lo hamlie Ili'- collou hiliiatlon. That
Dili- llnaiit l.il stroke bt the gn-ati-ht
tlclory won by Hi" people In many
l-lirs. lllll hie or Hie gelielolll help
of kindly (ll-po..ei people Du re is no
nlher hope Iml thai round In the l il
ral reserve net. It Ih a democratic
lie! pi. miied and c.ci iil'-d by Hie iem
ocriitlc piitly and tin-re h iio way lo
hllmale Jul how much such n law
will benehl Hie people In the lace ol
the i-iiii rgi-ncy Hint now exists.
Ill the lae ol these fuels II Is our
duly to May with our fl lends There
Ih no oilier (nurse left for us to pur
Mile. '1 here Is no patience with Ihe pro
femloniil politician now. I nless he has
' the brains In solve our problems he
would lieth r leave the Mump and Join
one or the lluy a bale of -Cntton Clubs.
The perversity of human nature
was never demonstrated more clearly
than In Hie present situation with ref
erelice lo cotton. For years the farm
ers have been clamoring lo bold their
rntli'li. They huVe asked the banks
to help Hi'iii. They have demanded
wan house room for storage purposes
they have talked l.'ie cnlliin when they
could go on the street and make a
'lull k sale of their cotton nl from ten
to eleven cents. This year the con-
dition Is 1 1 it ii r-'l lli' ie Is not a mar
ket for nil the rop the market is
poor iind inn i rl.iin. there is a le
iiihiiiI for the storage of cot (on nnd
the people all Mailt to sell.
The farmers have the best oppor-
tunity tlley baie ever bad In tc-t ill I
the proposition of holding nttoli.
Tlicy have the s inpalhy ol every busl
n ess mini from Maine to Cnlifornln
men in all walks of lire are contrlli-
tilJiiK toward Hie cause of joining cot
inn clubs to purchase and store n
ixirtion of the crop bankers nnd tner-
Tha lluh r.t o(
a p.n-.n.:y to te.: the plan ;
T: ' trs:.r have an or.portur.i'.y to J
0' ;..'.:.-'. 'a' e '.:. er e c r.-.an'i s of
i" - Fs r::. .'.' I"t.& i a reay. The
..r..o:i ;. k!.e V-r. oppo--d to th i
'o'V.ri e i ge t.'.- i.n:on : a-i aiijj
v. a.'."- i o rot'on 'itjT'A and tfjid j
to t. - pi:.:.r-. a the;.- r.e-d C !
too tne r.ior. has. ah wanted ti.e
-pe and the 3.!J2.T.an r;irci-
i.fctwj. Ti.it 'on'J.'iori of afairn Las
b-c broignt aU'jt by .:..'-. 'i-
y of ar. Not that t:.- Li.1 ('is lii
not p'-rrj.it the firrjir.if of i'.:;.bT'
b.t the 'r-'i.t of t:.e foor.'r;.
I- ; i ' 'j r b-'b
It J". !.' '-h -try for to Vno that
there I- food a:.l ioti.Sjff for all
m -t bf.o- t-'.at t.'.:rr b-. a J-nar.'J for
:.at t-; far::.- .'
::.' ."'- of ti.: 'aot'.'I w-l: all ti;" fc'ut:.
;.as to k-:: r." 'J to kr.o ti.at
an ty-"ir 'Jo iti.out t:.r pri' of t..-
;tto: for a !- w.of.'bi t.'.an fU:J
!.'. f- i nii-ii to l.av- i:.aj'- a ro .
T:.r- i al-a;. a r-ti.-Jy to
t.'- i:r;ii'-j i:i -. -ry -:r'-rc-M y. Ti.at'
r ::.: ::i b- aMli-'i In ti.i-; u-.k i
. !.- i- j.o r'-in'ii for ili-.f ouraf-j
u.i r. i.oafi v. i.o if Ji-'oirair-J i-j
to his: I 'i- oiirai?-r;i'-J; t in t:i- j
'i'-'.i:- ' oii'. ' t. i'-r.t i:i-'ruiii'-:.t of
loftijr. ; tr.- t'.oi !.' o -.-. to
-troy ! -ir:-- it I-
- ' '1 i n e .- to
set' no foot-
ti.at o -' hi rni'!
I. old in o;r 'o jntry.
t: DANCER OF INFECTION
:: FROM ICE
The moip rn pra'tne of u-ihg b d
food and drinks is so nniwr-al ill this
country that It i.. important to deter-
mine to what degree ce may I '- r' ii'-d
on ai not (arrying Inl'-ction' When in
the .evel.lic illl'l lighti'-r of tl;e last
oci.iurv it was -hown that pat hog'-tii'
bacteria m ght iiilviw- freezing icel
f.-ll under tn.'pi'lon as a po"ibl- me-
(Hum l"r the transmi;--ioii of di.-ea-e:
vel e.'. epidemics have been a.crib'-d
to jt and lb" eildciice concerning
tin -' has been i egard'-d
in. II S Ciiininiiig m ii recent ar
li - in the I'niteil Ir'tiites public health
report.-: makes a study from the point
Of ii-W Of the :oll(:e of Ice the phys-
li:l mid hiologlml changes eccom-
pa; v Ing or
tioii and th'
Ice i I it III
mi.-' 'iii'-ht on
met hods employ
r nut 1 1 r;ti or artificial. I ' Ii - j
in order lo set i?V clean :
arillit da! Ice it was ii'-c-
-till the w aler u cd thus .
II disease gi-llns present j
.-r ni' tbods employed lil-
hi lo he .sill lii lent. ( 'uin- ;
e-.-ary to i!i-de.-trov
Willi Hie new
nation I lie
I. i that Ihe ta' t well ;
know n lo (hemits that (luring crvs-j
lalil.alinn marly all extraneous sub -j
-tames an- expelled Iruiii the crystal!
was overlooked bv sanitarians until
leieiill.v s Whipple sau iunina-
tlM ly tin- early hucteriologisl s were I
right 'iiianlilallvelv tli'-y were wrong"!
In the lornialloii of natural lee. moM
of Ihe impurities are expelled into Hie
witters of Hi'- pond or stream; and lhe
same i-i-Mill Is attained by the newer
methods of aililhliil ice making. l!yl
Hie "can" iiieiln.d cans of water arc
Imiin ised In the Ire-zing mixture. As
the Ireiz.lng proceeds Ihe impurities
are forced toward the (enter. In one
or Ihe newer inelhods large cans are
n.it il nnd Hie cnk.es of Ice are cut
into smaller ones eliminating (he dir-
ty ton- I ty another new "tan" meth-
od the impurllies are expelled into
about ii inches ol water kept liuld by
agitation. In Hie "plate" mellioil tin-
water Is contained in large tanks on
one side of which are pipes containing
the freezing mixture. The water
Iretzes next the pipes in plats about
11 Inches thick and the impurities are
expelled into the witter beyond.
Some natural Ice Is undoubtedly de-
rived from polluted rivers or ponds.
Thiee great factors tend lo purify ice
from pollutdl waters: The lirst as
just mentioned is crystallization. The
set (Hid Is tempenilure - the fact that
fretzliiK destroys a large percentage
of bai'ti-ria. The third anil most Im-
portant Is lime. The longer the time
intervening between the Infection ol
water anil ItH use as water or as Icel
the slighter the chance of Ihe survival
of the germs. (In this score natural
Ice which is collected and stored for
several months beforp shipment has
the advantage over artificial ice which
is usually marketed soon after it is
mailt1. Owing to these three factors
crystallization temperature time
clear clean lie is of itself as free
from danger as could tie wished. Ar
lifitlal ice made from pure water in
t it an hitnitary factories may be re-
garded as safe; so also may natural
Ice cut from reasonably pure deep
ponds or lakes and stored under sani-
tary conditions. Artificial Ice made
from iMilIuted water in dirty insani-
tary factories i unsafe; natural ice
rut from shallow polluted ponds or
! (CONTIM'tD HiOM PAGE OVi.)
;iea a' cor.va-fition ball tjr tb-
j L'.;trl Irougivrs of the Vor-.'e'Jeracy
! in bor.or tt tbe v:-raii5.
Mrs. Aruur Wa!ott of Ardmor.
j a ih-yl.i-r of ara! l. M. Ja:y
1 at! ;-'. t-ij ;r-:dr!it of the U. D
". at tfc- cor.iludir.g bu5.:r.8a B-a:o&
of that orzar.iia'.ion. A
' f.f.-.': o:cur:i-l on thf- floor of th
r;.-: -::.. if i-n ti oriair-al chapter
; of H:.at'-e at'.'-n.; U-'i to sejure rf-c-!
oirr.il.on as the or.ly l-ga! branch
of the or'i'-r in that c.ty. Aftf-r
; u.u'-'u argurr.'-nt and wrangling )y.th
' H ha- :. chapters ''- recoraixed '
land ;;.attem in that city v.:i; remain
I at! they have be-n for the past year. 1
The veteran! adopted resolutions
"cof or. tax itioney
d from the Feeedinz
rrrn ! -"ifi to 107
to A. ;
a . t :
a-'r'j'-d interest to be paid
sirw..rg conf. derate soldiers
jand widow s of d.-ceasej confederate j l; ru;rou.!y ow it.ur no- threat-
I liold.ers and to be prorated to t-a'-li . in .-. iri tr
surwving no.'l.er ar.a widow. :
Appeal to Congregt.
A res-ot itio!. was adopted urgaj
cohgrcss to pass a b.il directing the
sieretary of war to furnish markers!
i for deceased confederate soldiers b.ir-l
led in private cemeteries. Tire res-
olutions were prepared by John j
Threadgiil T. F. Brewer and M. G
The Sons of Veterans elected Mer-
ritt J. Glass of Tulsa as their state
Senator R. L. Owen was on the j
progra'M for an address Thursday but
owing to the receipt by hinn yester-J
day of a message from Washington'
asking him to
return to that city
was forc -d to cancel
the engagement. !
pi addition to G( neral Haiiey's
lection as state commander the ve--
(b eted the follow -1
I !.. .T...ru
General John Threadgill f'klaho-
ma City commander of the: first
brigade; Gem ral
nee. commander of
the second bri'-v
l l ; '"-ir-iui n . i. rianu-B ui i-.i-
.i ... ... ... i n- ii I- i.-i'
i jt y riiiiniaiiiji-r oi iiie uiiru iiiii:
' " 1
Hard of Chelsea com
i maud'-.- of the Cherokee briL'-ide;
. j General T. F. lirewcr of Wagon-r
commander of the Creek and S'-mi-.;
nob- brigade; General T. F. I' rry
of Pauls Valley commander of the
Chicka-aw hrigad-' and fn neral J. .1.)
McAlester commander of th
! taw brigade.
U. D. C. Election. j
Folowing is a complete list of of-
Mirers elt ctt d by the V. I). C: Mrs.
j T. D. Davis McAlester honorary
'.president; Mrs. Arthur Walcott Ard
I more president ; Mrs. It. M. Jones
Muskogee first vice president; Mrs.
i M. Coiilan Oklahoma City second
i vice president; Mrs. F. W. Purdy
Tulsa third vice president; Mrs. A.
('. Kismof ynn-'W (iml fourth vie
president Mrs. .1 H. Gill Atoka
recording sccrefitn ; Mrs. Viola Cris-
lcr McAlester corresponding secre-
tary; Mis. J. D. Wilson. Tithle(U(!ih.
i treasurer: Mrs. I'lato Migler regis
trar; Mrs. Mabel And-rson I'ryor
h'stoiian; Mrs. Hrndfield Wynne
wood recorder of crosses; Mrs Etta
McCtiiston liewcese Hugo custodian
of rbtgs; Mrs. G. A Waits Wagoner
auxiliary director; Mrs. Tester Mus-
kogee chaplain. Miss Dorothy
Oulgley of Weathcrford was awarded
the scholarship which the state or-
ganization maintains at the College
for Women in Chit kasha.
from grosly polluted rivers Is also
unsafe. Any dlrty-iippearing cloudy
It f may tie inl'ei ted as well as pollut-
ed: no such ice should be Usui In
contact with food or drinks. Ice which
Is otherwise safe may become Infect-
ed by improper handling by being
dragged across dirty streets or side-
walks or distributed by unclean hands
This is the great source of danger.
Summing up the situation The Jour-
nal of the American Medical Associa-
tion sasjs that we may practically
eliminate danger by avoiding iiie hand-
ling of ice with dirty hands by wash-
ing Ihe Ice with pure water ami by
Using only clear Ice.
BOYS' NORFOLK SCHOOL SUITS
FOR $1.50 TO $6.00 AT BRADY &
Chambcrlain'a Colic Cholera and
"I advised the "boys' when they
enlisted for the Spanish war lo take
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and IM-
arrhota Remedy with them and have
received many thanks for the advice
given." writes J. II. llougbland. El-
don Iowa. "No person whether trav-
eling or at home Bhould be (without
this great remedy." For fale by all
.rcNTIM'KD KROM PAGE ONE i
kn4 others u.tereste3 be eivan
o;.fjrtur.ity to adri-e Cos who are
r--:!;r.? aith the problex. The gov-
rrors view on t:e tiibject follow:
"The jituatioa that confronts the
of Oklahoxa at this time iti
reft-ri-Lf e to handling the present c-ot
cTl rop i an anomalous and certain-'
iy a very ser.ou one. In all ether
" tton growing states ways and rr.eans
are Mug di-r ued to give relief from
the situation broutht to pas by the !
ar no raging-in Europe. It is very
-vi;-rjt to any
jo has given 1
r v ... .;. t .. tin-:
e.. i(. far. caching method is ce-'
V;.j tvat restrain from the car-
h(.t a arge plxpKr:ion f the present
rop and make it certain that a dup;i -
r-atjon of this crop nil! not be raised
he year lSi; spinners and specu-
- Iaf rs absolutely control t!ie sru-
ajor tr(j (littate the pri' e the pro-
d..ffcr j t0 rs.c(.jVe for his product.
T f v trop at
af Aant int0 the home of thousands !
of toiiing farmers but ill brine bank-i
.... . r n-.rc.s.r.t !
who have extended exfedit to farmers:
-.'.it:: cotton as its basis and strain if
not bring failure upon many banking I
coi cerns in the cotton growing states.!
"Whatever remedy is devised should;
In- agreed upon after mature thought j
should be as quickly accomplished as'
po' sible and if it is to be at all ade-1
quale must involve the entire cotton i
grow ing district of ti.e nation.
"That the advice and judgment of
those deeply interested in this product
in Oklahoma may be given to those
who are wrestling with this problem
I d'-em it entirely proper to request
that the farmers hankers business
men and ail others especially interest-
ed in seeing that the cotton crop
is not sacrificed and that adequate
prices are established and maintained
to give the farmers recompense for
labor expend'-d in producing it thus
! averting this threatened calamity
I meet in joint ((inference at an early
J date to discuss this question and at
tempt to device ways and means for
meeting the emergency. That tills
meeting may be held as promptly as
possible I request that all those mi
interested v. Iio can possibly do so
me"t or that purpose In Olilalioma
City at the Chamber of ommerce
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.
........ i. - ii. ii. ii
i "LEE CKI'CE. Governor.
TWENTY POUNDS EAGLE
BRAND GRANULATED SUGAR $1
TODAY AND TOMORROW SEP-
TEMBER 11 AND 12 included in
each purchase of $10 of any mer-
chandise in our store except feed
and seeds. BRADY 4. BRADY.
DUBINSKY EROTHERS SHOW
WILL BE HERE NEXT WEEK.
"Joy and Gladness'' Dubinsky
Brothers and their famous stock com-
pany will be in Ardmore all next
week In their big new waterproof
tent. The tent will he located on
West Main and C St. N. W. This
town has had shows galore but none
ever equalled in merit or popularity
Dubinsky Brothers stock company.
There is something about this show-
that seems to draw them so differ-
ent from other shows. Mention Du-
binsky Bros to a local theater goer
and right away new life seems to
come into the party. It is impossi-
ble to explain the wonderful hold
this company has on local theatre
goers. Suffice the moment one hears
Dubinsky Bros are coming every-
body fays " am going every night."
Those two that are so hard to beat
Miss Irene Daniel nnd Mr. Ed Du-
binsky still head the company. Beihl's
famous ladies' orchestra is carried
as an extra feature. N
TIip company will oen their
week's engagement next Monday
night with their own great success.
"What Every Woman Should Know"
This play is one of those big suc-
cesses that everyone goes crazy over.
High class vaudeville specialties will
be the features between the acts.
"BUSTER BROWN" SCHOOL
SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRL3 AT
BRADY & BRADY.
A Want Ad today will
Dizzy? BiliouiT Conatioated?
Dr. King's New Life Pills will cure
you cause a healthy Tow of bile and
rids your Stomach and Bowels of
waste and fermenting .body poisons.
They are a tonic to your 9toniach and
Liver and tone the general system.
First dose will cure you of that de-
pressed dizzy bilious and consti-
pated condition. 20c. at all Druggists.
No Advrti.e... for Column
DoC. win Accept ' -
tkat Abmii to Ou Dollar will b CI
FOR SALE Two work hortea on
faU time. Se R. W. Randol. 25tf
-Iaveaport ia use on.y
Mrs. Moehl.-jiann 115
B S. v.".
FOR tAb.E To nice modern cot-
tages cheap. Water and gas. '.Vest
Main St. Phone fJciO. 4 6
j SELL jjy RENT TYPEWRITERS
tE(1 tL ribbons carbon paper
eIC q p s6ividge. Phone 310.
FOR SALE Six-room bouse
lot ) feet deep close in; modern
conveniences. For terms address
P . are Ardmoreite. 4 dC vvk-2
f - QR gALE Three second-band cars.
Buiclc J00O. Oakland roadster J40U
Hupp roadster $700. See P. P. Kear-
REX GARAGE FOR SALE $700 will
i.--v t' .est business in the state. !
Will rent or leae building. T. C.
Short Sulphur Okla. C-5
TWO GUOb) TROL'T LINE
oi hooks l
each one minnow seine and a lot
.f r.thei- fi.lifr.e tackle rood as new.
Will sell cheap. J. R. Duck phone
("..? ( Vir.f Vila Uottline Works.
FOR SALE In largest oil town in Ok-
Iahoma good paying restaurant andj
rooming bouse one b'ock from Vn-j
ion station Main street 24 furnish-
ed rooms known as Canton Cafe. W.
J. Lane Ardmore Okla. 24 lm
IT 13 A BARGAIN INVESTIGATE
Two residence lets in Ardmore.
Close in. Fine location. Price
500.00. Reasonable terms. Low-
rate of interest or will sell sepa-
rately. AddtV-ss Sid Underwood
Ardmore or D. W McMillan Van
Wert Ohio. 27-lm
Either ten or twenty acres (you i .
take your choice regardless of size) i for Kent CHEAP Seven nice of-
also three-town lots and 300 shares in ; (.f.(.g f.OII)1(t(.h- furnished bank style
successful l.oou-acre orchard company ... .
w ith two canning fat-tori.: and full j I!Iwk- r- Maln. al1 '
lent all lor only 5""". jo down I
and $." monthly without interest or
i tases. Will pay round trip railway fare '
j of buyers. Payments stop in case of
lMin ll'fito for nhotnpranhs and full !
" ' r
I Information. illis R. Munger L-lCs
N y Ljf(! T;;dg. Kansas City Mo.
j MISCELLANEOUS WANTS
WANTED To rent one or two do-
J sirable second floor office rooms
I for one vear or longer. F. II. Mc-
WANTED Men to sell life health
and accident insurance. Salary and
commission. American National i
Insurance n. W. Scruggs Supt.
No. 1 Randol Bldg. Ardmore Ok. :
WANTED To do your building loan l
you money on long time and low ;
interest free plans and specifics
tlons. W. D. Taliaferro contractor
CITY LOANS In the Georgia State
Savings Assn. See E. E. Guillot
No. 9 N. Washington SL 22-1 m
WANTED Young man wants position
as cotton grader or work around
gin R. H. Hillman 10S N. Muskogee
Ave. Okmulgee Okla. 113
"BUSTER BROWN" SCHOOL
SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AT
BRADY & BRADY.
meantime if you wish to store any
cotton we will receive it. Issue a re-
T. B Cathey one of our liverymen celpt and keep the 'bales under the
has been feeding alfalfa meal to his j compress sheds protecting them
horses for over a year. Look at his; from the weather. The charges first
horses and then ask him about alfal-; month is 7.-ic. which includes public
fa mPa'' 6 tf ; fliers' fee; each month thereafter
2c. Soliciting your patronage.
If your child Iz pale and cWy. ! 10"ICKASAW l'MPHESS CO.
picks at the nose starts in the 6leeii
and grinds the teeth while sleeping I p "
it is a sure sign ot worms. A remedy yU ow thal alfafa meal has
for these parasites will be found in ue same analysis as bran? It Is
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. """'h ch'r- 6 tf
It not only clears out the worms but .
It restores health and cheerfulness. NOTICE FOR PAROLE
rrice 20c per bottle. Sold by Bomar The public is hereby notified that
Drug Company. I R. E. Billingsly wl on tbe 24tn
daf of September. 1914. make appll-
If you are ever troubled with aches
pains or soreness of the muscles
you will appreciate the good quali-
ties of Chamberlain's Liniment
Many sufferers from rheumatism and
sciatica have used it with the best
results. It is especially valuable .for
lumbago and lame back. For sale by
I Tl ft..
An-cu.t-r j to .. . -
r(te to m
FOR RENT Nicsly f'jrnliibed front
room close in. Phone G41. bix
TW(J FURNISHED ROOMS in mod.
ern cottage. 1 25 C street north
west. Phone ii".
FOR RENT Two elegant bedrooms
with all conveniences. Mrs. J. A.
WELL FI'RNISIIEI Houtli bed room
also housekeeping rooms close in.
Phone Red 4!)1. 10-3
THREE ROOM JIOFSK FFRNISIIEO
for rent. Call at )luc; 1U N St. N.
W. First Ave.
FOR RENT Four room collage ga3
and water. West Main St. Phone
FOR KENT South upstairs room
nk-asant close in. Phone white
RENT First class furnished
rooms for particular people. 222 N.
1 FOR RENT Furnished rooms oppo-
site court house. Phone 2S1. W
M. Robinson. C-6
Fl'RNTSHED ROOMS to cou
ple without children modern. Phone
White K7. W. R. Sdvidge 214
Sixth Ave. N. W. 11-3
FURNISHED ROOMS Two - story
modern house 12 blocks from Ran-
dol hotel. IS D St. S. W. Phone
FOR RENT All or part of the store
room occupied by us next to th
Guaranty Suite bank. Oil City
Townsite company. 1-ti
FOR RENT OR SALE Coffee urn
drop-head Singer sewing machines
and National Cash Registers. J.
j Goldsmith over Rawlins. 22Tm
1 DO VOL' PREFER to board where
I you room? You can do so at 2o'J
j A St. N. W. Phone 732. Mrs. Dee
I tnril-n "lllf
mr inioi mauuu see w . n. ihoimi-
ing or .1. M. Laird.
MALE HELP WANTED.
HOY WANTED With
wheel at lo
LOST AND FOUND.
TAKEN FP Hay mare with halter
has roan colt. Taken up in July.
Owner can have same by paying ex-
penses. A. Wurmser at north end
of I! street N. E. 4-G
One light bay
mare about 13 hands high with dark
mane and tail scar on hip resem-
bling X hind foot lame turned gray
from sore; originally came from
Springer; left with rope around its
neck. J. J. Stolfa Ardmore Okia.
FOR TRADE A close in house for
improved or unimproved land. See
A. E. or Allison Coleman. . 10-3
I DESIRAULE Close In cottage paved
district to trade for far-odt prop-
erty. Prefer northwest. Phone 9i.
MY FINE JERSEY BULL wll make
season at my barn on West Main
Street Will call for cowb. Phone
blue K30. Will Pardwell 4-im.
Notice to Farmers.
The cotton warehouse should be
completed by October 13th. In the
ruu lo ne ard of Pardons and
thereafter to the governor for par-
ole on the grounds that I have been
231 n R. E. BILLLNGSLY.
Do you know that atfalfa meal baa
the same analysis as bran? It is-
much cheaper. g t
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