Marshall County Democrat. (Madill, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1909 Page: 6 of 8
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tion on account of its real merit.
It was written by a third grade
pupil of nine years in his month-
ly examination and certainly
portrays a good and noble mind.
1 predict agreat future for the
J. T. Ryle.
Madill, Okla. March ;)(), 1909
Mr. H. N. White
The birds are beginning to
come forth and make music all
I like to hear their music in
the summer and sit out under character>
the Elm tree it makes my heart
tflad and happy. Oh, grandfather
I always had two wishes in my
heart. Oh, grandfather one is
too see you, and the other is to
have a lot of money to get all
the birds that people have in
cages and let them fly about in
the yard and go where they
I like to go off by myself and
think about the beautiful angels
in Heaven and lay down on the
cool green grass and watch the
clouds float by and think of my
loving mother at home and
Cliff School Notes
Cliff, Okla. April, 0, 1909.
Deal' Editor and Pupils:—
1 will again visit you after an
absence of three weeks.
Our school is very small this
week, partly on account of work
and partly on account of sickness.
Mrs. Pardue is recovering
from an attack of La Gripp and
Uncle Tom Waterson and Mrs.
Lue Watterson are on the sick
list this week.
Isom allow ine to compliment
you, you are real cute but Miss
Augusjta doesn't look natural she
l« ok too large.
Miss Maggie says" that Mr.
Webb js coming over and take
our pictures to morrow we hope
Turner you had a nice letter
this week as usual.
Shay you have a fine opinion of
boys sure if I were a boy 1 would
thank you very much, now you
left out one thing boys think
about and that is playing
marbles and other such things
for the first thing the boys said
this evening at recess was, "lets
Aunt Mary I don't know
whether I can answer your ques-
tions are not but I will try.
The greatest salmon fishery in
the U. S. is Salem Org. I think.
There are Continental Islands
and they are usually close to t he
mainland and many of them
have not been long sepe rated
from it. They have been formed
by the upheavel and sinking of
the coast. And there is Coral
islandr and Oceanic islands and I
don't which one you are asking
Wishing you success I remain
Lebanon School Notes
Dear Editor and Cozies:
The weather is fine and our
school is getting along tine. We
had spelling last Friday aternoon
and had several visitors. We are
always glad to have visitors in
Come airain Aylesworth 1 will
try to answer your question:
Sequoyah had eighty-five
or letters in his
alphabet. Aunt Mary I can
answer but one of your questions.
Columbia River is the great
Salmon Fishery of the world.
I will ask a question: When
and by whom was the Santa Fe
We are preparing for nr. enter-
tainment at the close of the
school, which is the last of April.
Every body is invited.
Leonard Marlow is absence
from school this week on account
of sickness. I will close wishing
success to all. A Pui'lL.
Antioch School Notes
Dear Cozies,—I will write
again. I will try to answer
Aunt Mary's questions. I may
not get them exactly as I havent
my paper and I dont know just
how they read, however I will
make an effort. The great Sal-
mon fisheries of the world are
found both in North America
and Europe between 45 and 75
degr< es of latitude; but those of
our western, coast are the great-
est for in the year 1908 the
Pacific coast alone put up 1,800,
(XX) cases of 4*-1 lb cans each and
19(H) Puget Sound sold
There are two kinds of Islands
Continental and pelagic; the con-
tinental are those that are
I elongated anu generally parallel
I to continents, pelagic are de-
tached, rounded, or in groups
I and systems in open ocean. They
are of two formations volcanic
and coral formation. The Bahama
Islands are partly coral forma-
tions and the Philipine Islands
are volcanic and yet have many
active volcanoes. May on on the
Island of Luzon is a very noted
Some of our trees did not live
that we put out on our ground
while others are growing nicely.
The fence around the school
ground is nearly completed and
we will try t.o plant some flowers.
Next Friday afternoon we are
going to have an easter egg hunt.
I must close. I remain.
by kkv. j k. bird
Spiritual religion is the religion
taught in the Bible, which is the
book of God.
Of the many religions taught
in the world the religion of the
Bible is the only one which is
This one idea of spirituality
distinguishes the religion of the
Bible from the other religions of
The ancient Oriental religions,
except that of the Bible, were
physical, material, carnal, sensu-
al, mythical, philosophical, ra-
tional, intellectual, ceremonial,
All the religions of the world,
except the religion of the Bible,
have gathered around the ideas
sensuality, philosophy, or cere-
mony. Some people have wor-
shipped sensual material things,
as the sun, moon, heroes, ani-
mals, trees, rivers, etc. Some
have worshipped systems of phi-
losophy some do yet—science
Some have worshipped a sys-
tem of ceremonies and ritualist-
You may say that all people in
all ages have worshipped under
one of these forms. And they
do yet. They either worship that
which is carnal and sensual, or
that which is only rational and
philosophic, or that which is cer-
emonial and ritualistic.
I mean by this that all people
who do not worship a spiritual
God in a spiritual way worship
under one of these forms.
I do not believe that God has
ever established but one religion,
and that is the religion of
the Bible, the religion of Abel,
Enoch. Abraham, Daniel, Jesus,
Paul, and the children of God
from that day until now.
The relitrion of Enoch and
Abraham was just exactly like the
religion of Daniel and Paul. And
the religion of Paul was just like
the religion of ,lno. Knox or Jno.
Wesley. And the religion of
Knox and Wesley was just like
the religion of the humbiest
saint of God in all the earth.
The religion of all God's peo-
ple in all ages has been spiritual.
Among different people and in
different ages of the world it has
been manifested in different
ways, and at different times it
has worn different clothes, but
has always been the same un-
changing spiritual religion.
Spiritual religion is the religion
of God, it has always been the
religion of God, and it always
will be the religion of God.
It is God's greatest gift to man.
It is the light of the world and
the salt of the earth. Without it
the world would be a barren wil-
derness and man a savage fiend.
It is the priceless pearl for hu-
It has caused the world to
laugh in happiness and the earth
to bloom in peace.
Next week I shall tell what I
conceive this spiritual religion to
Full Bloods Wed
John Wolfe and Miss Lilly
Folsom were quietly married at
the home of the groom's mother
at Shay Saturday at ti p. m. It
was a very quiet affair only two
witnesses being present. The
bride was simply dressed in her
house dress and the groom
in a brown base ball suit, having
just returned from a game of
ball. The groom has a common
English education, but the bride
can only speak in the mother
tongue. The groom necessarily
had to act as interpreter for the
bride. Both are full blood Chick-
asaws and are 21 years of age.
This is the first instance of a
wedding in this community
where both parties were full
bloods that were married under
the Oklahoma laws by a white
officer. C. L. Norman preform-
ed the ceremony and M. N.
Halley was one of the witnesses.
Linn, April 0, 1909.
We are having some March
Farmers are all very busy,
some are planting corn, and some
corn is up and looking fine in our
Joel Broyles and daughter of
Tennessee are visiting W. H.
Broyles at this writing.
Miss Lizzie Rook attended
teachers institute Friday and
Saturday at Madill.
The tacky party given at Jim
Broyles last Saturday night was
much enjoyed by all. Misses
Alvin Rushing and Johnnie
May rant took the cake for being
the tackyest ones there.
Mrs. R. K. Kirby of Bowlin
community was the guest of Will
Linn can boast of a good Sun-
Rev. Harvey Darrow of near
Cumberland filled his regular
appointment here Sunday.
Will Broyles and wife of Cum-
berland visited their fathers'
Mr. Kirkwood and Dr. Collins
Character in Eyes
If eyes are placed too close to
gether the owner is jealous and
If eyes are far apart, the own
er has a fine memory and broad
Deep set eyes show melancholy
Protruding eyes show self-in-
Wide open, round eyes mark
a mind that is not developed, is
credulous and serious about small
gossip. The owners haveno self-
If the eye is very oval, almost
almond shape, with the outward
droop shaped to a point, look out
for a crafty and subtle nature.
Gray eyes are those of intellect |
and a well-balanced character.
They show unselfishness and a
strict sense of justice. When
they are put below a broad, high
forehead, they denote great
Brown eyes, with a touch of
hazel, show courage, intelligence
When the hazel eye has an
A nice little improved farm
ti miles from town, good school.
Will take a mule team as part
pay. Will give possession nov.
or first of year, crop already
planted. See W. G. Dkapek,
tf. Madill, Okla.
Black Bros. Morgan
Ader's Old Stand Taliaferro Bnilding
Frank Bourland Grove Chase Gny Keel
BOURLAND,CHASE & KEEL
WILLIAMS BLDG. WHEELER BLDG.
Office Phone 115 Residence Phone 184
DR. M. D. BELT
Over Madill State Bank
W. A. Tackett T. W. Myall
TACKETT (SL MYALL
School Houses and Court Houses a Specialty
Sims-Pennington Bldg. Ardmore, Okla.
arched eyebrow, it shows a tickle |
Velvety brown eyes show in-
tense feeling, and are not often
to be trusted.
A glittering black eye express-
es meager intelligence and often
Very light blue eyes are said
to always show deceit and
Violet blue eyes are loving and
ardent, but impetuous, and do
not show a high order of intellect.
The toad deposits about 12,000
eggs in each year, but only 1,000
Office Phone 106 Res. Phone 94
DR. F. A. WHITE
I Physician and Suboeon
Notice To Creditors
To tin- Creditors of John F. Burnett.
The creditors of the above named
decedent are hereby notified that the
undersigned was, by the County Court
of Marshall County, Oklahoma, ap-
pointed executrix of the estate of said
decedent, and that all persons having
claims against the estate of said de-
cedent are required to exhibit them to
said undersigned Manda Burnett with
the necessary vouchers, at her resi-
dence at Lebanon, Marshall County,
Oklahoma, within four months from
the date of the first publication of this
notice, to-wit: from the 2d day of
Dated March 29, 1909.
Manda Burnett, Executrix.
First publication April 2.—4t-pd.
Notice To Creditors
To the "Creditors of Frances Kaney,
The creditors of the above named
are prepareing to put in a Stock decent are hereby notified that the
undersigned was, by the County Court
of drugs and
groceries at Linn
Office in Taliaferro Building
Office Phone 115 Residence Phone 181
DR. P. F. ROBINSON
Over Madill National Bank
Summers Hardy Wm. M. Franklin
HARDY <a FRANKLIN
Stenographer and Notary Public in
F. E. Kennamer Chas. A. Coaklty
KENNAMER & COAKLEY
Lazarus Building Madill, Okla
SLOUGH (Si MINTER
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY
Taliaferro Bldg. Madill, Okla.
t. a. blaylock
Res. Phone 4
jno. i„. holland
Res. Phone 107
DRS. BLAYLOCK & HOLLAND
Office Phone 47 Madill, Okla.
>f Marshall Co.Okla. appointed admin
istrator of the estate of said decedent,
. , ,, . and that all persons having claims
A Cl'OWa of young folks spent i against the estate of said decedent are
a very pleasant evening last Sun-
day at the Home of John Rey-
Grandma Smith is visiting
at Cumberland this week.
required to exhibit them to said un-
dersigned J. K. W a rren with the nec-
essary vouchers, at Woodville, Okla.,
within six months from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wit:
from the 2d day of April, 1909.
Dated March 29, 1809.
J. K. Warken, Administrator.
First publication April 2d.—4t.
All kinds of machine work
done. Plowing season at hand
bring your plows in and have
them repaired, will take wood for
work also scrap iron!
Special attention given to shoeing.
Will sell a rick of wood for
Saddle and Harness
will make the present season at
the City Wagon Yard of C. C.
Carroll at Madill, at $10.00 to
insure a living colt. Money due
when fact is ascertained or mare
traded or transferred.
Care taken to prevent acci-
dents, but not responsible
should any occur.
s ^ *1 MWISP
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