The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 116, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 2, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Tuesday October 2 1906.
TERRITORIAL INSPECTOR MAKES
Says the Penalty Is Too Mild and That
Defaulters Should Be More Se-
verely Puniched Than Under
Provisions of Present Law.
(iiithrle O. T. Oct. 1. Some radi-
cal changes In the banking laws of
Oklahoma and some especially string-
cut penalties for defaulting hank of-
llclals are recommended In tho bien-
nial report of II. II. Smock territorial
bank commissioner which law just
been submitted to tho governor. Tho
practical doubling of the number of
i llu. Int-tuillnHnli nf the
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Oklahoma commissioner through the
union of Oklahoma and Indian Tcrrl
tory under statehood makes It es
pecially necessary. In tho opinion of
tho commissioner that tho banking
laws should ho revised providing
more stringent penalties for the viola
tion of law nnd clothing tho depart
ment with authority to enforce theso
I'orhftfH the most noteworthy of tho
recommendations Is tho one for an
Increase In tho penalty for tho crime
of embezzling bank funds. Mr. Smock
considers that a line of $1000 and Im
prisonment for live years Is a wholly
Inadequate punishment for the of
fense and would bin) the penalty
raited materially. He also recom
mends that the law repealed In 1903
requiring tho sale of haul; stock on
which there has been default In pay
incut he re-enacted.
The iircHcnt law. which does not 1-
i..v tho bank commissioner to close
an Institution and have a receiver up-
nn.tiii.il until the bank !s known to he
iw.Ke.i. comes In for its sharo of
criticism. It is hold to be unjust both
i n ll.- nml llw. .lenmillm-x. anil
.r. lH1lu llllle clinnc to re-
cover their money. It is recommended
that the law provide for the appoint
ment of ft receiver at tho Instance of
the bank commissioner whenever It
Is found that any state hank Is bad
ly mismanaged and liv in danger of
becoming Insolvent even though it
Is Kolvcnt at tho time.
In the commissioner's opinion the
present provision of tho Oklahoma
hanking laws which requires that the
total liability of any bank shall not
exceed 20 per cont of tho capital j-stock
and surplus actually paid In works
a hardship on the bank as well as
those engaged In moving the crops. I Io
recommends that a law bo enacted
permuting a hank to advance funds
to nsilst in marketing agricultural
nnd manufactured products In nn
amount not exceeding the paid up cap-
ital of the bank. The loans should
lio limited to 80 per cent of tho ac
tual cash values of tho products sc-
cured by elovator receipts warehouso
periiilenies. vnnl tickets nnd Insur-
anco policies "in Hiimclc.it amounts to
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protect too uuiik agauisi mu .ossus.
commissioner biuocit poiniB out
that In Oklnlioma there nro still
eighty-one banks with only S5.000 cap-
Ital stock. Theso hanks woro organ-
ized beforo tho enactment of the law
.if Uinr rnmilrlnir Hint t in cm tnl
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..n... In. ulmnl.l1 I... utmnln.l It. 1 r
smocks opinion requiring an diiiikh
with lens than $10000 capital stoclc
to raise their capital to that figure
within reasonable time or retire from
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wiiii very iimo interest in a naiiK act-
lag as directors tho commissioner
would havo tho law rovlsed so us to
require that nny director should own
ni iont $1 nnn nf tim cnnimi Rinei
nnd make affidavit that this amount
Is unincumbered. Ho abo recom
mends that tho present Inw which
requires that tho stockholders shall
nt no time contract an Indebtedness
with their bank In oxctns of 50 per
nni nf the cimltnl stock hn rnvlse.l
E .hnt n nnrt of tho fun.ls nf anv
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linnk shall bo loaned to tho ofilccrs
or directors thereof proscribing a
ponnlty for violations.
Oklahoma City. O. T Oct. 1. The
consolidation wns iierfected yosterdny
wheroby tho Helena Stnto linnk and
tho Hank of Holonn nro now ono as
suming tlio namo of the former. The
equipment has nil boon moved to
the surviving Institution. It Is one
of tho strongest financial concerns in
Wo liavo In a very flno lino of now
buggies nnd nro malting tho prices
nnd terms attractive. Call In look
through our stoclc nnd get our prices
beforo you buy.
LEE CRUCE AT ALVA.
Ardmore Candidate for Governor
Makes Good Impression.
The following concerning Hon. l.ce
C'ruce. appealed In last week's issue
of the Alva (Okln.) Hunfrow Record:
Hon. Luc Cruco of Ardmore. I. T..
arrived In Alva over the ltock Is-
bm.l Tlnimdnv afternoon. Ho was met
at th0 depot hy n number of citizens
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with automobiles and oscortod up
town to inu weiiii.ui.iiH iiuuii .n
During the afternoon he met many of
our citizens ami in me evennm i-
dressed the people In the district court
ipi aiv.i ru imiiii I
played several line pieces and the
court room was rapidly filled to over-
Mowing with our citizens! a large
number of whom were Indies.
Prof. V. I). Morlarty was piosent
with his largo class of rhetoric and
English literature from the Northwes
tern Normal and many members of the
faculty were also present. Mr. .1. D.
Scott nn old friend of Mr. Cruco's
family called the meeting to order
nnd Introduced tho upeakor. For one
hour Mr. Cruco held tho undivided at
tention of his large audience and pre
HOiitod the policies of the Democratic
party as npplled to tho organization
of the new state In a clear and logi
cal manlier. Ho snld In his opening
remarks thai be did not propose to
go back to the times of Jefferson oi
Jackson or Lincoln hut would deal
with prment and past conditions ::i
Hie two territories nnd the cniuln?
state. Mr. Cruco presented nn old
tiuth In n new light when ho sni.i
that In one respect the referendum
had been used by tho voters of the
United States ever since tho thirteen
American colonies established the gov
ernment. Ho referred to tho adoption
of tho conHtltution of every state that
has entered tho Union since 17S9
neither of which becniue the law of
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me huiui mini ii nun ni-i-ii mmum
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B1licllim 01 U1L' majority
Ho favored the initiative and ref-
erondun. tho employment of convict
m'(r "l1"11 110 m1)llc l''K''way where
w"' "l compete- Willi
1 cr "' Irc0 ft lal1- 11 ""'
line of human Industry the limiting
tho quantity of lands to ho acquired
'iy any corporation or Individual es-
pecially aliens separate pehools scp-
irate coaches ami separate waiting
rooms for the white and black races
is being best for both n corporation
Mid railway commission elected lij
ho peoplo with power to enforce
lust rules mid regulation;! for the pro
tection of the people the ownership
mil operation of tho coal mines bj
the state to create a school f.ind for
!" public schools of tho Indian t.1'
i- nn-. nml I he ai on on or a ni-lm.-ii-v
election law to nominate all state offi
cers from governor down to road over
We havo only given u brief synop
sis of the many Just laws that Mr.
Cruco hoped would bo placed In tho
constitution of Oklahoma. Ho showed
how the Republican party had always
favored tho railroads In the Indian
Territory. When the cities of tho ter
rltory asked congress to glvo them a
law so that they could organl.e their
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"on oi men- cnimren congrcw nnaiiy
granted their petition but exempted
tlio railroads from taxation for that
purpose leaving tho burden on the
1)001) 0 W ill Wort! nlrcmlv 11 nrev tn
th.. ..nliiiillcl frln.h( i..in.i 1v
I till! fllVOt-Oll COT linm I If 111 III. MhnU'ffl
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umi mu uiiiniien m inu iiiuiiiii turn-
ory outsiiio ot tne towns ami cities
for years had been growing up without
nny provision for their education
whatovor. when the Ilonnhllcnti mnlnr.
llv l nnin-rn. c.ll m n.. .t.
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umuu wium inunoiuu tor tiieui.
Mr. Lruco won tlio good will of his
eutiro nudience by his fnlr and cnndlil
treatment ot tho opposition and ills
speech wiiB regarded by all imrtioa
as one of the best that has been de
livered in Alva since tlio oponlng of
the campaign. Mr. Cruco has boon
making addresses for sovernl weeks
over the territory for tho ljur.iocratk
campaign committee not as a candl-
lnte '"sclf. but tho knowledge that
10 wl11' ni'- ho 110 e0 for the
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ijoiii.jui iiljl: r.uiiuiiiiliuil lur Ku'eiJlurl
Is getting out over tho stato. Tho sen
timent Is growing mighty fast in
Woods county and northwestern Ok-
inhi...a 'hat i.eo Cruco Is Just tlio man
to bo tlio first governor of tho now
stato of Oklahoma.
On Friday Mr. Cruco visited the
Northwestern Normal School tho
court house and nftor looking about
our beautiful city loft on tho nftor-
noon ranta F0 for Woodward whore I
lie was to make an nddross that oven-
lug. Tho Domocracy of tho new state
will ninko no mlstako In tiendlnK
speakers like l.ea Cruco out among the
For backache and rhouniatlBm uso
DoWltt's Kidney and 1 adder Pills.
CleanBo nnd purify Jho blood. A week's
treatment for 25c. Sold by Hoffman
THE LIBERTY CAP.
I SlRnlllt-ntin- l):itr Anil- Illicit to
Knrly lirri-U Tlmrs.
From very early tliuc. one of the (lis
tlnKiilshlng marks of a slave both In
('recce nnd. oriental countries genernl-
ly wns the lack of any covering for
the head. Accordingly the cap came to
lie considered the Insignia of liberty
anil vnen slaves were jnven uieir tree
! V were presented with a cap as
nu emblem of It. In Sparta the hel itn
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. . . . . M..vltuil. ml
nalnlujt tliclr fieedom tlil-t was
repineeu ny a eap oi a ijiuercut nut
terlal. of another shape and ornament
oil with lluwcrs. A similar custom
was observed In Koine when' the pres-
entation of the plleua. or rap was al
ways a part of the ceremony of maim
milling a slave: hence ar.ise the prov
orb. "Servos ad lilleuin vocare." Also
on nicdnU the cap U the symbol of lib
crty and Is usually represented in be
lug held In the right hand by the point
When a cap was exposed to the poo
pie's view on (he top of a spear as In
the cne of the eotiplrark against Cae
sar. It was Intended as a public Invi
tation to them to embrace the liberty
that wis offered thcln. The (ioddess
of Liberty on Mount Avontline wns
represented as holding a cap In her
hand as a symbol of freedom. I ho
Jacobins wore a rod cap during the
French revolution nnd In England a
blue cap with a white border N used
as a Kvmbol of liberty. The custom
which prevails among university stu
dents of wearing a cap is sain io nave
had Its origin In a wish to signify that
the wearers had acquired full liberty
nnd were no loncer subject to the roil
of their superiors.
Tlio first nf Them Wttn IXiilillxlu-il
In I'nrii. In 170.'.
For a lung time inns and eating
houses In France were only intendei
for the benefit of traveling people for
the people took their meals at home
anil lestaurnnts were unknown. Th
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M' onioi-pusi- in uu ii.i .........
oil ii rar:s in l . a ciiizen ny in
name of lioulnnger opened hi the Km
des 1 'otitic an eating house where
Miup meat fowl and ojtgs were scrv
oil. A chronicler relates that meals
were served there on all. r mini
marble tables and everything wns scru
Over the entry to this first eating
house the proprietor had hung a sign
upon which were the Latin won".. "Ye
nlte nd mo mimes qune stnmacho l.:!n
rutin et ego lvslaurabo vos ' (Come
unto ine all yo whose stomachs need
attention and I will restore them
Tills Is a parody on the well know
Hihlleal quotation "Come unto me all
ve who labor and nro heavy laden nnd
I will give you rest" only In place of
labor and heavy laden he said "wlios
stomachs need intention." Tho word
"restaurabo" from the Latin "restau
rare" (restore or refresh) was th
main characteristic of tho new o.-tal
llshment and gave it Its name. Hon
lunger amassed a largo forimi". for
I cuii-i ni-e inu.-.. i-.m.i. ...... ..
cessritl but lie wns soon imiiuieo some
of his Imitators becoming more famou-i
( A Chili! Wonili-r.
The French Academy of Sciences In
1T29 examined the case of a French
hid only seven years old who in all
respects save that of Intelligence was
tho equal of a man of twenty. His re-
markable physical development began
when he wns two years old. At four
be could do the farm work of a boy of
"ff w Hlx!' nt wven ho was
I ''. Hl.n.ll limn. .kllll.illh.. ..-
. . r..nirkiiI.U- .l-vel
( ( N W1H no .ratc.r
tmu lmt r t.iiren of the same ago
lie died before ho was twenty. As Is
usual In such eases of premature tie
velopiuent. his strength faded awaj.
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omor men wouiu attain inatuni.v.
'Hie I'nnili-cls .f .lustlnlnii
Tl0 nnniieetH of Justinian the most
complete bnly of Roman laws ever
collected were supposed to be lost but
u-h. wiiou Amain was tai-n ami
I'l"nIered by the Plsans. a prh.tte sol
""-'l "'null a copy. WHICH lie h-.mii i.i an
ollker tor a few nence. The value of
i tlto lilscoverv was soun apparent and
the prooloiu volume was taken to Pl.n
and stored In tlio city library. When
Pisa was htoru.ed by the Florentine
" 1 "o precious volume was cap
tured nail lake-i to Florence whore It
was placed In the library of the Medici.
Needles aro nil made by machinery.
The piece of mechanism by which the
needle Is manufactured takes tho rough
Hteel wire cuts It into proper lengths
nies the point llattens tho head pierces
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urn v1 n'n miiiiii.-iin i.il- 1111 n.n.i ..
incut and gives it that palish famllinr
to tho purchaser. There Is also a ma
chine by which needles aro counted
uml placed In the papers In which they
are sold thc.w belnv: afterward folded
by the same contrivance.
A man's true wealth is tlio good he
does In this world. When he dies men
will ask what property lie has left be
hind him but umel.i will Inquire
"What good deeds hast thou sent be
fore thee?" From the Arabic.
To bo content Is ti bo ltnppv nni!
Happiness Is ono of the throe who can
not be brlbtsl; the other two are Lovi
A man cannot leave a better legac-
to tho world tlinu a well educated fum
lly. Thomas ScotL
Call for Primary Election.
Inoian Territory Southern District.
It Is hereby ordered by the under
signed coinp&s.ng tne Democratic
Central Committee of the ion Conut.-
utlonnl Dolegnte District that n pri
mary election to nomtmuo a uomocrai-
le candldato for i)elegnto to tho Con
stitutional Convention from said dis
trict be and the same Is hereby ordered
to bo hold In said District on Tuesday
tho !Uh day or October. 1000 ami
that for tho purpose of holding salt!
miliary election said Dcennto District
c nnd tho same In hereby divided In-
o four Klocllim l'reclncts which shall
ho known as Precinct No. 1 Precinct
No. '2 Precinct No. 3 ami Precinct .o.
4. That the limits of tho respective
ard3 of tho city of Ardnioro. are here
by adopted as the limits of the Elec-
tion precincts no that Hlectlon Pro
inct No. 1 shall embrace the same ter
ritory as It embraces In ward No. 1
Hlectlon Product No. 2 shall embrace
tlio same territory as it embruces in
want No. 2 Hlectlon Picclnct No. .1
shnll cmhraco ;no same territory as
It embraces in ward No. ? nnd Klec
lion Precinct No. t shall embrace the
amo territory as it embraces in wnrd
No. 4 of tho city of Ardmoro
Olvcn under our hands on this tho
8th day of September 1906.
It. F. TimNi'j-. Chairman
W. F. WIUTTINC.TON.
M. L. ALKXANDICll
W. C. KiONDALL.
Dcmocrntlc Ccntrnl Committee f
Delegnto District 103.
Doctors Endorse It
Lang Bros.. driiKKists Paducah. Ky
write: "Wo soil more of Dr. .Men-
ilenhall's Chill and Fever Cnro than
nil filar remedies combined having
retailed over Too .Kittles In one sea
son. Physicians her. proscribe it and
persons who once use It will have in
other hold ! v. 11. Frame.
No. -42 leave G:0t a. n
No. 44 leaves 12: CO p. m
No. 43 arrives J: 05 a. re
No. 41 arrives 7:SS b. ir
No. 84 (local) lcfcTOi 7:00 a. ir
No 10 leavei 1:40 p. 'X
No. 9 arrlvoa 1:X0 p.
No. 83 (local) arrives 6:30 p. ir
4:03 a. a
4:20 y. m
12:36 p. tr
No. $ 12: CO a. re
No. 18 11:55 b. m
No. 20 5:35 p. m
Nos. 5 8 19 and 20 aro local traJnt
while Nos. 17 and 18 atop at tne itnai;
er stations only on belnz flaggei.
Advice to Housewives.
No homo is ho pleasant regardless
of the comforts that money will buy
ns when the entire family Is in per
fect health. A bottlo of Orlno Uixa-
the Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents. It
will cure every member of the family
of constipation sick headache or stom
ach trouble. Hoffninii Drug Co. nml
City Drug Store.
Just received n car load of corru
gated Iron nil IcngtliM.
IHVENS CORHN &FRENSLY.
Tiv visitiiiL' tlio lmunts of your
chiltlliood--j'o back and sco tlio
old folks and tho old liomostoatl.
It is a trip that will bo a joy and
a p'oa'-uro to you.
On October 9 and 23
very low rates will bo made to
var.ous point- in Illinois Iowa
Michigan Minnesota Missouri
Nebrasna North nnd South Ua-
Hota and Wiscynsin.
Tickets ukI thirty ('V') days
from date of salo.
On October t9th
similar tickets will bo on salo
from points south of lino of M.
K. it T. Ky. Windhor to UoITuy-
villo Kansas and from all po nts
in Indian and Oklahatnti I orri
tory for return to Ohio Illinois
Michigan Indiana Kentucky
West Virginia Pennsylvania
Now lot k mid Ontario.
Any M. K & T Agent will
gladly give particulars ns to
rates and tram service or write
V. ST. (fUOIUSB
fjtn r.il I'ncnt'or Agent M. K. ft T.
lly.. Vviinwri-;ht Hldg. St. Lot is.
WM. O MATTHEWS.
Attorney at Law.
Will practice tinirtrathn Untlnd tltntcn Hn.
tiromo Courl Court of Ol.ilinn nml nil th
ui'iinnineni.i nun uiuutiutturn nt Uonurvi
I'or elk-tit j-nnrit In U.S (lencral Lrttitl Olllco
Mntlers lioloro Cnncrpmi nmllmllnn nUlmi
Ono of (ho nilltnrn nf "Mutt hnwn t n.n.
wnv'i!i)iiroiit." Autiinrof "Mnuhnwii'daiiiu.'
-Mntlhiiwn' KiirniR of I'ldiullnc" Kto.
Itcfors to Killlur of tills impnr.
Oltloeni 1120 NewYiirlt Ariintin. U'.nhliiL-
ten II C. Ti.(.ihiini.. Mnln IMI.
W. H. H. Clayton Jr. Ezra Dralnerd
CLAYTON &. DRAINERD
Restrictions nnd Citizenship Muttors
(liven Special Attention. ...
Masonic Dldg. Muskogee I. T.
J. D. rt.oORki
Olllco over Hamilton s
Capt. J. W. Ellla. W. D. Hllfhllt
Itooms 21 and 22 Homostwid Dldg.
Civil ana Indian builnots oiclui
MDSKOQEB IND. TKK.
WILLIAM W. WRIGHT
(FormerJr with Daweo Commtiloni
uontosta. Citizenship Caaea and otli
matters licroro tlio Interior De-
nooma 407 nnd 8 Corcoran bulldlnt
WnshlngtoTi D. C.
UiiAt. J. KArrr.HH Uiiai. 11 Mrbili.ii
(lemiilliT "IniltHti ActlTn
Lawn anil Trostli-a" Uuurt l'ractlttonui
KAPPLER Jt MERILLAT
Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law
Practice liofnrn nil Uourtni Gonicrnas. do'
brntnent l)eirtmnnt nml Gomtntniloni
Inillaa euiiof a aiicolaltv.
Ulllce. Ilntiil hlilc- Woihluiitoo
CLINTON O. DUNN.
Attorney at Law
Davis. W. F.
DAVIS FREEMAN t ANDERTON
Rooms 4 nnd C Now Dulldlng Weal C
Court House. Phono 604.
Ardmore I. T
IU'.vok KKLLKll.M.D. U. H. UKNUY. U.Ji
tie: I'none U Ilo. mone 7r
Glace Phono lie
von KELLER & HENRY
Phyolclant and Surgeon.
2je hsr Nine nl Tbroat HpeoUlliti.
3pocUclH A Kto tllaiipi ooartelr titled
Oltlce uvnr Jlnnner At llnansr'i. ;toomi 8 to
C. E. SHACKbLFORD M. D.
Olllco ltundol Ilulldlng.
I'honc 001. .
II. D. J'ooro J. H. Hargrav
Itco. Phono win. lies. Pboue Ell
Offlco Phono 4ay.
MOORE & HARQRAVE.
Phyilclaris and 8urgeoni.
omco in Frcnsioy uuildtnj or'
Hotchklss Jowolry Store.
Special attention to treatment
piles and diseases ot women.
DR. J. F. RENEGAR.
Offlco In Randol Building.
Special Attention to the Diseases of
Offlco Phouo 00. Itesldonco Phono 744
BROWN . BR I DO MAN.
Dlrtctora and Llcnsd
Joi Day rj.d MlfBL
DR. J. E. WOODARD.
..Room 12 Nome DulldliiK noxt to..
Dr. J. M. Vnden's Olllce.
LA. J. P. FANN
Over Hall & Hlllli.
Phone No. 401
ANDERSON & AYER.
Offlco: Smith's Livery barn
DR. C. L. McCANN.
Offlco: Stong Building over Hall A
mills. Telephones: Utile C81;
G. E. GOODWIN M. D.
(Offlco over Hall & Hlllli)
Phones Offlco 3-19; residence 07
Whiskey and Drug Hablti.
Permanently und nulckly urcd
Get cured first pay afterward.
Hill Sanitarium. Ardmo . I. T. R-lit
Undertaking and Embalming.
North of Ardmorelte North Waalitng
ton street. Phono 341 and 433.
Civil Service Examinations.
Tho United States Civil Servlco
commission nnnouncog tho following
examinations to ho held on sali
Saddler To be held on Oct.
Deputy Shipping Commlsstoncr-
bo held on Oct. 10 100H.
Marino Flremnn To be hold
Oct.. 10. 100C.
Master llullder Ilrlilga Knglneor
Principal Assistant Chief Hnglnccr
Assistant KiiRlueor Water mid Scwor
Construct Ion Socoml Assistant Engi
neerTo bo held on Oct. 17 190C.
Vetorlnnry lnsiicctor To bo held
Oct. IT 1300.
Scientific Assistant To ho held on
Oct. 1" and IS 1900
Clerk-Kxanilnor (mnlo nnd female)
To bo hold on Oct. 30 130(5.
Applicants should nt once apply
either to the 1'. S. Civil Service com
mission Washington I). C or to tho
secretary of tho hoard of examincra.
O. .1. Saudllu local secretary Ard
more I. T.
In the United States Court In the
Indian Territory Southern IK'.tnct:
Frank Smith plaintiff vi J. T. Har-
rell defendant No. G723.
The dofondant. .1. T. Hnrrcll Is
wnrned to appear In this court in thir
ty days and answer tho complaint oC
tbt. plaintiff Frank Smith.
Witness tho Honorable Hosca
Townseiul Judge of said court nnd
tho seal thereof this 13th day of Sep-
(Seal) 0. M .CAMIIIIICLL. Clerk.
Hy W. S. CKOCKHTT. Deputy.
J. W. Harrolil Attorney.
S. H. Ilutler Attorney for non-resident.
First published Sopto'iilu- 'J3 1006.
In the United States Court in tho
Indian Territory Souuiern District:
Marlon Stanliold plaintiff vs. W. M.
Stnnfleld defendant. No. 0710.
Tlio dofondant. W. M. Stnnfleld. Is
warned to nppenr In tins court In thir-
ty days and nnswor the complaint ot
the plaintiff Marlon Stnnfleld.
Witness the Hon. Hosea Townscnd
I Judge of snld court nnd tho seal
thereof tills 11th tiny of September
1900. C. M. CA..lPni:i.L. Clerk.
(Seal) Hy W. S. CROCKETT
Pottcrf fc Walker Attornoys.
W. F. llowman attorney for nou-rea.
First published September 11 190C.
In the United States Court in the
Indian Territory Southern District:
Tilly Johnson plaintiff vs. Jno.
.lohnron dofendnnt No. G728.
The defendant Jno. Johnson is
wnrned to nppenr In this court In thir
ty days nnd nnswor tho complnlut ot
tlio plaintiff. Tilly Johnson.
Witness tho Honorablo Hosca
Townscnd Judge ot snld court nnd
tho sail thoroof this 17t.i day of Sep-
(Seal) C. M .CAMIU1ELL Clerk.
lly V. S. CROCKETT Doputy.
Cruce Cruco & Ulenltmore attorneys.
S. H. Ilutler Attornoy for non-resident.
First published Soptembcr CI 13")5
n tho United Statoa Court lu tho In
dian Territory Southorn District:
T. M. KInB plaintiff vs. Eugcnlo
.ing defendant. No. C70S.
Tho defendant Eugonlo King la
warned to nppoar in this court in thir
ty dnys nnd answer tho complalut of
ho plaintiff T. M. King.
Wltiiesii tho Hon. Hosca Townsend
Jiidgo ot said court nnd tho seal
hereof tills Sth day of Sept. 1906.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPUELU Clk.
by W. S. Crocltott Deputy.
Ilrown & Turnor Attornoys.
Attornoy for non-rosldont: S. II.
First published Sept. 13 100C.
Cnlcknsaw students can sccuro
board tuition nnd books for six
months at u total cost of $40 at Sel-
vldgo Business College 7tt
In tho United States Court In tho In-
dlnn Territory Southern District.
Jnclc Owons plaintiff vs. Pocahuu-
tas Owons defendant No. 0741.
Tho dofondant Poeahuntas Owens
Is warned to apponr In this court in
thirty days nnd nnswor tho complaint
I of the plaintiff. Jack OwcnH.
Wltnoss the Hon. Hosea Townscnd
Judso of said Court and the seal
thereof this 2Sth day of Sopt 1906.
C. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk.
By V. S. Crockett. De)iity.
Brown & Turner. Attornoys.
Attorney for non-rosldont' S. If.
First published Sopt. 28.
Own n rollablo thermometer? Sea
our extensive stock. Wo have them for.
ladoore outdoor:) bath .dairy etc-
All prices from COc to' $2.G0. .
F. J 11AMS.EY DniESUC-
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