The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 148, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 8, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Thursday November 8.
THE DAILY AnDMOflEITE
SHORTAGE OF LIVE STOCK.
Good Prices arc Belnn Paid Grass mores a story in oacn 01 mo mcen
Cattle Needed. You seo hi tlio passing throng
A general shortage of both cattle Hut It' only thu sumo old story
mid hcs Is reported all over the live Tho struggle of right and wrong;
Btock ac-ctlons of the United Stntes. Tho battle of hntc anil duty;
a iraffln mnnnaer of one of the lar The strife between love and foar;
cost livestock marketa In the country lt' only the ame old story
u heard la remark a few da.va ulnco With a chapter for ovory year.
that the shortage of cattle from (ho
quarantine districts of the southwuat
was serious and that up to tho pies-t-iit
time St. loule was about 1.000
ears short of tho receipts hist year.
For once In a decade the cow mini
hap the situation well In hand
When naked as to the
Tho hope that Is turning to amlnosft
The courage besot by imln;
The moment of transient gladnese
That shines like tho win through
The tale may bo told but simply
Kor It Isn't m much to tell
. I Il'n tiK Htr. Minn filil fitlirv
ran an f ' -""
I nM. I I.I 1.l ...!. I lltinlfd tit I.y
II .t ..III. ?II '"" " "'' l"'" ..V...
i ne umiui iiuinirei ui tmin! H"i"n Fxchangu
iiiaraot ai mis nine no wwu.
Well I attribute tne anonagu ... illmort-rvo just written fifteen
matured cattle to two causes nuo joUo on t)lc limn wtl0 doesn't ndver
tho heavy marketing of calves irom t0
tin- range section of Hie couiur) our- 00tThnt'H wrong. You shouldn't
lng the last three or four years tho jMt al0lll the load. Cincinnati Kn
cutting up of the ranches Into farms. I nutrcr.
and tlio good condition of tho ranges
Do you know that the rain- last Whon the candltlntc for loRlslatlvo
....i Him natures III s ich honors did not wish to answer n
shape that cattle will hnvu Rood gr.u- question ho was nevur at n loss for
mi: throiiahont the winter and then ways to nvolil It
iiio row man has begun to realize "Whore do you sland on the ques
that It pays to raise feed stuff ni.d tlon of women suffrage?" naked an
during thu last season ho 1ms taken tustero mid Inlluontlnl pp.tson hi
advantage of that fact and has raised
The sleeper was very pretty and n
toft flush suffused a very tempting
check. Then while the crowd half
repentant edged back to tho door
Mostayer loaned over tho chair and
kissed the woman as Swinburne
would hnvo said full upon the two
Of course there was a sharp scream
and ono member of tho party reach-
ed back to his hip pocket. Hut when
thu young lady looked up alio merri-
"Why William what made you do
It wna Trcroca Vaughnn Mcstay-
ors' wife. Kxchango.
enough to carry him through.
"I'rlcos have not altogether been
satisfactory and being plared !i po-
sition to hold his cnttlo nud not ru.ili
them to market ns he did In tho past.
Tho condition of the raiu.-s coup-
led with tho fact that he has soil any
number of ncros of his nnehes to
sittlera and thereby paid i'f hU In-
debtedness to tho banks with a good
cash surplus on hand ho will if.t tell
unless tho market Is ;; the right cm
"Snmo grass cattlo are go'iig to
.nrk.t but nolhliiE like what has
been going In former years !t Is e
ppcted that hereafter Instead .' cat
tle being marketed from the quaran-
tine districts within a month or mi
they will bo coming to market in
strings and wo will not -co n.iv luge
... . II.. I'I'.IU
runs or grass cauiu mi ui i
hostess at a small dinner.
The tactful man turned to her with
a gnllant deprecatory smile. "My dear
madam'' ho snld gently "have yot
the heart to nsk mo to stand any-
where nftcr such a dinner ns I've
oaten tonight?" Llpplncott's.
President llndley of Ynlo was talk-
ing about his student days. "I remem-
ber u stately and venerable profe
sor" he said "upon whom some spli-
omores onco tried to play a trick. Tho
professor one morning bolni unable
to attend to his class on nccount o!
a cold wrote on n blackboard: Dr.
Dash through Indisposition unxole
to attend to his classes today.' The
students erased ono letter In thlb no
tice making It read as follows: 'Di
Dash through Indisposition is unable
to attend hla lasses today.' Hut It
happened that the professor return
ed for a box he had forgotten. Amll
n roar of laughter he detected tho
In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough
There U no other medicine manufac-
tured that has received so much praise
and so many expressions of gratitude
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
Is effective nnd prompt relief follows
Its use. Grntcful parents everywhere
do not hesltnte to testify to Its merits
for tho boncdt Of others. It Is a cer-
tain cure for ctuiiy and will prevent
of the attnek If given at first appear-
ance of the dlscuse. It Is especially
adapted to children an It Is pleasant
to take nnd cqntnlns nothing Injur-
ious. Mr. 12. A. Humphrey a well
known resident nnd clerk In the store
of Mr. K. Lock of Allco Cape Colony
South Africa says. "I have used
Chambcrlaln'a Cough Itemedy to war'1
off croup and colds In my family. 1
found It to bo very satisfactory and it
gives me pleasure to recommend It."
For sale by t . J. Ramsey. W. H.
Frame Ardmoro Drug Co. and Bon
ner & Uonscr.
BAPTISTS AT SHAWNEE.
Hundreds of Delegates from Over the
New State Aro Present.
Shawnee Okla. Nov. 7. Hundreds
of delegates are hero from nil over the
new state to attend the HaptlBt
state conference which convenes
today. Tho meeting wll continue for
five days. Tho two territorial bodies
of Haptlsts will probably bo finally
amalgamated as a slnglo stnto association.
GOVERNMENT LOT SALES.
Property In All Chickasaw
Towns Sells Rapidly.
J. H. Kelsey of the Indian agency Is
In the city. Mr. Kelsey has roturncd
from Muskogee nfter voting there
Tuesday In tho constitutional del
egate olectlon. He returned to Ard-
more to make this place his headquar I
ters for the present while ho visits
towns surrounding Ardmore nnd sella
off tho vacant government lots. Mr.
Kelsey sold the remaining govern-
ment lota In this city on tho second
of this month nftcr which he return-
ed to Muskogee. Thursday ho will
go to Springer nnd sell lots returning
here In tho nfternoon Friday he
will go to Durwood. All tho small
towns surrounding Ardmore will be
visited and tho government lots dis-
posed of. Mr. Kelsey stated Wesnos-
day afternoon that the lots In this part
the territory had sold readily and
brought good prices. Even In the
small towns there had been no diffi-
culty In disposing of the lots and
there hnvo been ready bidders. This
Indicates that there Is a deal of Im-
migration to this section of the
territory and that the residents have
confidence In the growth of their
towns. The lots In some places arc
not situated advantageously but In
every Instance they have been sold
No Opium In Chamberlain's Cough
Thero Is not tho least danger In
giving Chnmoorlaln's Cough Itomedy
to small children as It contains no op
ium of other harmful drug. It lias an
ostnbllshed reputation of more thnn
thirty yenrs ns tho most successful
medicine in use for colds croup nnd
whooping cough It always euros anil
Is pleasant to take. Children llko It
Sold .by F. J. Ramsey. W. D. Frame.
Ardmoro Drug Co. and Bonner &
We have secured the agency for Orl-
no Laxative Fruit Syrup the new laxa-
tive that makes the liver lively puri-
nes the breath euros headache and
. I tun i iiu iiiuiuiti v... w.. w
Prices will rot show any great '' change In his notice and approach- regulates the digestive organs. Cures
1... ...Ill I. n I'OM.irtlll J MliatlV I I .!. I.I 1 I . nn..n.l nnr. ' Al.w.t.ln nt. 1 1 nn I Inn A ttV im fthnilt It.
vaiiro ulll will lie mrm-iuii
with n good stron; undercurrent
throughout tho yoar.
"s to hogs none of 111.? large mar-
kets aro gottlng onougn hogs nnd
from the present outlook Mioy will not
t na inniiv ns tbev can iwe Hoes
! l.rliiBlnit good Hi-ices and renved colored slstor. Mils' remember
...... i m .n it would not Miss Smlf" shu said "dat yo' husbaa
will i:uiiLiiniu f ii" - -
Ing the blncboard calmly erased ono
letter In his turn. Now tho notice
read: 'Dr. Dash through Indisposi-
tion Is unable t oattend to his asses
today.'" aKnsns City Star.
Aunt Phoobo was consoling a bo-
...-..rim m to sop hoes tH. 'n the
... luaiiiirimnii of 7 cents boforo ti o
M'ar ohds. Tho demnnd for pork prod-
ucts let on tho Increase no' or-'v 1"
this country but all our tho wnr'd.
...id na soon as the for.Mgm-M p-t to
understand that Fnclo S-r.i intends
nfrrclug the now statute the demand
will bo still larger.
Tim hle.lt nrlco of wool during the
done hnb he blggcs' funeral ob any
neger In ills yoro town; an' beside
ho wns killed by do linos' train on
do Southern Pacific rallrond. .Tut
remember dat! Judge.
Two Scotchmen with a thirst count
chronic constipation. Ask us about It
Hoffman & Co. and City Drug Store.
RESUME OUSTEn SUIT.
Trial at St. Louis Against Standard
and Waters Pierce Resumed.
St. Louis Mo. Nov. S. Tho ouster
suit of tho state of Missouri against
the Standard. Waters-Plcrco and He
public oil companies will bo resumed
todav. Tho state has finished Its
case and the defense will offer re
huttal testimony. Tho honrlng of tho
e.l up their Joint possessions nnd.oll trusts bkio or uio ense was on
f..l ll.l ll.. ll Im.I nnvni- III.- IlKlllV Bet fOf lUSt HHIIUtl UUl WaS
llfllMU llllll jt.nv .-.".- .
nrlce of a drink of whisky. Thoy ! iKistponotl on nccount of tho state
went Into tho nenrest saloon ordered incut of Attorney General Hadley that
the one drink Sandy putting down II. Clay Pierce president of the Wa
In tho district Court of tho Dnite.l
States for th. Southern DIstHct
In the matter if Hollos Ht.i llnnk
nipt in Hankruptfv
To the creditors of Holies Dros. In the
Southern District !n the In ':n T-r
r'tory at A rdi'-.o a hanki'ii.U'
Notlco Is here'iv civen that cn t'lC
h day of Nov. 191". iha unld Dnlles
iiir&. were uuiv ai n l muim'UMf
nd that tho first meeting ir iln-lr
creditors will be held at my office at
the court house In tho city of Ard
more. on tho 16th day of Nov.. 100C
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon nt which
time tho Bald creditors may attend
provo their claims appoint a trustee
examine tho bankrupt nnd transact
such other business ns may come be
fore Btiid meeting.
Referee In Bankruptcy.
Johnson & Dolmnn Attorneys for
pant yoar or so has put i quIoti.K to a mnnoy for'tho Bnmo. Tnon nroxe ' tors-Pierce Oil company had. ordered
certain extent on the muttoi maiket n lllBCllggon ns to ow lt cnul( o ' the official stenographer to chango
n:ul the demand for mutton is m mr (spogCl of to t)l0 1)08t n(jVnntngo of some of the testimony he had given
today than ecr imm'tc. a l)0(ll ilolnB Scotchmen lt wns no 1 nt a previous hearing
well fee the condition i i' UlphnnFe and Oaston dlscusslm.
market In this country." Kach was dlsposod to stand on his
! T i own rights while at tho Bnmo time
KOdOl for Uyspepsia c.mvai.. . th. otho
dleestlve iulcrs of heslthy siomacu "
"m. . . i thnn in At the critical moment n str.Mige
buu T.ui piu JU... ''"- . " :." ..i.. . .i.. t " "J-. U "
..n.rnrm It. mnnr ant runciion Ol suii- enirrcu inr- muuim. iuu n "m i rniiL-h nieillclnes lor crout) uui iviuun
plvlng the body nnd brain "1th iIr eye at hli companion Snndr berlsln's Cough Itemedy Is king of nil
.i-.nih hnllillni? blood. Dlxeits what . -. . n i-nmnr nnil sunt anil one to be relied upon every time.
-mi eat. relieves Indigestion. Sold by ... . . (rll)k wth uaT Kvo also find It the psst remedy for
I .nlie ami ff Ilia I'l V1I1- ITTiaiU I C
Lt'iiKn n rt "
suits nnd leaving no bad effects." Tor
nnle bv r'. J. ItnmseT. AT. H. Trnme
A pilinnrn riruir Co.. and Bonner A.
Klna of All Cobnh Medicine.
Mr. 12. O. Case a mall carrier of
I Canton Lonter uonn.. who na ucc
I... .t- t t a o .In. in. nKnitt tTten
III IUC U k3. OCiflV-C iwt
rears says: "We have tried many
Hoffman Drug Co.
Fireman Fatally Injured.
Guthrie. Ok.. Nov. 7 Lee Nelson
a fireman on the Hock Island was
thrown from tho train as lt wns round-
Irg a curve near Ingersoll ycWer-
d.iy and fatally Injured by his head
Mrlklns the end of a tie fracturing
Out of Twenty Kindt the Qest.
"Shin ono gross Dr. Moadonhall's
Chill and Fever Cure. It gives tho
lii-st satisfaction of about 20 brands
' carry." J. It. ilafford. Druggist
Rector. Ark. Children like It. Sold
on a slened Kiiaranty by W. H. Frame.
Supposing that the other had drank
before his entrance the stranger r.ald
honrtlly "I will." and emptied tho
There wns an nuccrtnln pautj" for
a moment ami tnon me miru man
"Come on boyu .ir.d have one on
They had It. As they went out San
dy wlpod his mouth and snld: "See
ninn It worked
The Denlson Flower Show
Denlson Tex.. Nov. 8. The annual
Denlson flower Bhow opened todny
and will Inst three days. The d. c
orations were executed under tho di
rcctlon of T. P. Gorman one of the
Yo.." was tho reply "but. oh! IHclpal floral decorators employed
BEST SHOW OF
Thursday and Saturday
at 3 p. m. Admission 10c
Every Night at S and 9 0'clocK
Admission 13 cents
what a risk!" Philadelphia Record.
Mr. W. A. Mostayer tho come
dian. Is exceedingly fond of practi-
cal Jokes. Coming east recently from
Chicago he tell In with u small cor-ti-rle
ot Jolly good fellows In tho buf
fet car. and after they had knocked
(he guld seals trom m-vural bottles
th lilt equal to anythlUK. Thou lt I
was that Mestayer arose and snld:
"I Intend to kiss a pretty woman."
A roar i'f derisive laughter greet
ed this announcement.
You teliows may laugh." said Mob-
tayir "but 1 am going into mat draw
ing room car nnd kiss tho prettiest
woman 1 soo In It.''
There was another howl of deris
"I'll bet you $20" retorted Mes
Til take you" said one "and see
that you g-H decent burial."
Then they followed silently while
Mestayer strode Into the car and
stood for a moment gazing up nnd
In a moment he made his choice
and walked softly toward a parlor
chair In whote velvety embrace lay
a alRiJr willowy famala form
nt the St. Louis world's fair and ev
cced in benuty anything of the kin
over shown in the state. Many visit
ors are expected during the show
Dane Inn Proves Fatal.
Many men and women catch cold
nt dances which terminate In pnou
nionlu and consumption. After expos
uro. If Foley's Honey and Tar Is tak
en. It will break up n cold and no scr
ions results need tie feared. Refuse
nnv but the genuine in a yellow pack
age. Hoffman & Co. ami tJity urug
Japanese World's Fair.
Toklo Nov. S. At a meeting of the
most prominent bankers merchants
and Importers of Japan today plan
will bo discussed for a great world
fair which will surpass any provlous
ly held In either America or Kuropc
Millions ot yens have already been
pledged by commercial and financial
Interests and when the project has
assumed a more definite shape th
diet will probably Yote a bl? appro
nrlatlon. The fair will be he'd In
Toklo In 1312 and the promoters be
lleve that It will attract at lei't ton
millions visitors from Kurope and
NOTICE IN DANKRUPTC.V.
Th CI tr ( (irrnt nrltnln.
Unless we command the sea wo can
not keep open the roads by which our
people are fed. Britain has lu cfTcct
coased to he a country. She Is now
considered from the political and mili
tary point of view a city though n
city with very large parks nnd pleas-
aunccs nnd kitchen gardens In which
to grow her flowers fruits nnd vege-
tables. A city from the point of view
of war may be described' as a plnce
which If besieged long enough must
fall since supplies once eontumcd can-
not bo replenished. Britain answers (o
this description. The moment the sen
roads to her are closed by nn enemy
she Is Ipso fscto In a state of siege.
Face to face with a need sd Imminent
It would be madness for if. to give
any consideration to what we hope or
believe are the Intentions of this or
that foreign power. All that we can
rightly do lu considering how to secure
our natlon.il s.ifet7 and Independence
Is to count khlim and guns and to coin-
put the uults of naval cfllclency.
X ShoiXlafT lllrrr Secret.
"Do yon ie this glass ball?" said
the shooting nailery man. It was a
ball of hollow gins an airy glass soap
bubble thnt had swung all season at
the end of a thread In the foreground
of the clay pipes bells and what not
that had nude up the gallery's targets.
"Tills gktss bslt" the man went on "Is
my great uwney maker. All season
long peojrf tried to hit this ball It
was bigger ind nearer than any otlier
target and evwybody failed. Thou-
sands of bultots were fired at the ball
thousands of nickels were spent on It
yot here lt K (till nntouehed my best
broadwlnaer. All wise shooting gal-
lery mea hsve a glass hall like this. V
makes iruch a tempting target yet It Is
never hit It Is never lilt because the
air that preevdes n gun charge Is suf-
ficient to blow the ball aside out of
the way. Tou might fire a hundred
shots at It but like a living thing like
a timid roldlcr for Instance It wonld
dodge each shot."
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
of the Condition of
The Ardmore National Bank
at Close of Business September 4 1CC5
Stocks and Securities 12078.12
U. S. Bonds 1CC.000.00
Capital Stock $100000.00
Surplus and Profits (not).. 43173.51
BIII3 Payablo 20000.00
7200 Dottles in Four Months.
"Dr. Mcndenhnll's Chill and Fever
Curo has gained favor with the trade
more rapidly than any other Chill
Tonic. We have sold neirly 50 gross
n four months." Schah Drug Co..
Wholesale Druggists Cairo 111. Sold
on a signed guaranty by Vi'. B. frame.
Tou need not fear skin-drying wln.li
It you use Ramsey's TV'ltch Har.el
Balm. It affords perfect protection
from chapping or roughening. Guar
anteed. 25 cents.
4 F. J. RAMSEY. Druggist.
Biscuits baked right In three raln
utes everj day neit week at our store
4-7 BIVE.tS. CORHN & rRKNSLKT
Our prlees are the lowest en pluma-
lnc and you dua't aave tw have lt
7tf HOCMAV BUST.
A six months' scholarship entitling
the student to any or all stuJles In
any or all departments and a new
Oliver typewriter f r $100. Selvldge
Business College. 7tf
Mury AurterKOit' Voice.
tMlsa Anderson's voice wns always
her predorulusut charm. Certain tones
la it no thrilling so full of wild pas-
sion and lumpressible melancholy-
wont straight to the heart and brought
tenrs Into t!iw yes. The voice Is the
expouout of the soul. You can paint
your fa. you can pad your person
you caa wr a wig you can walk In
Bbocti tluU. augment your height you
caa lu various ways change your body
but your volca will sooner or Inter re
veal you as you are. Just as the stylo
of the writer discloses his character.
so die quality of the voice discloses
the actor's nature. It seems unlikely
thnt MLsa Anderson's melting tragic
tonoa vrera utlereo in any ot ncr gin
lab lnipnrtments but the copious love
ly voice was there and lt gained her
first victory. William Winter lu Sat
urdny Evening Tost.
No bettor Index to the growth of Ard-
tho constant and steady Increase In
more can bo found than Is reflected In
the deposits of tho Ardmoro Natlonai
LEE GRUCE PresldenL
S. W. STUART Cashier.
Truo and tried fr'ends of the family
DoWitt's Llttlo Early Risers. Ocod
pills. Sold by Hoffman Drug Co.
HELSLEY & KERNER.
Carry a full stock of fresh and
cured Meats Vegetables Fruit and
everything In tho market lino.
Prompt delivery to any part of the
Has inovnd from Vcst Main to
N. Washington near Hamilton's
Shon Storo. Phone 91.
BAGGAGE TRANSFER LINE
DAY nr NIUI1T
STEVE DOWLES Proprietor
nnrtntn n rjxrrrlwp
The fact that a person Is capable of
doing the bvst running nnd speed
walking liefore the thirtieth year nee 1
not lead thoe who have passed the
third decade to think that they are on
the down grade of life says an author-
ity. The;" exerele.s call for elasticity
of the arteries and that lessens soon
after the thirtieth year but powers of
enduraare lneresse In the well pre-
served man or wman up to fifty or
flfty-flvt c even kvter. Soldiers of fif-
ty are lflte leRther and can parform
feats ( ndurance that would kill the
srrlpllag. an4 fhe same Is true of
That th reler f the eyes should af-
fect tiilr irtnagth may seem strange
ytt that wea Is the cas- need not at
this tlase day be donbted nnd those
whon ayNi art brown or dark colored
ahanld W lafermed that they are
waakar aa air susceptible to In-
jury frem various causes than gray
blna ayea. Light blue eyes are gen
fer All Ber-riy Repairs
erally the most powerful and next tot3 r x i(m .
rhos. ara gray. The lighter hie pupil lH V anlS 10 0U 1UW acl08 n
tracts notiusa man cu acren-
W. P. POLAND
Free While They Last.
Mam of the New State the very lat
ost hate arrived. You can get one
by paying two months la ndrance on
Inlly or twelve months on weekly.
Every home nnd every offlco should
ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING CO.
Better Ttian Any other.
Cuoro. Tex.. May 13 1905.
"Ship one gross Dr. Mendenhnll's
Chill nnd Fever Cure. We hnvo been
KclPns year Chill Curo for four
years nnd It gives better general "To-
suits than any Chill Tonic we hnvo
over sold."Cuero iJrug Co. Sold by
W. B. Frame.
DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salvo tho
original and the name Is stamped on
every box. Good for eczema tetter.
bolls cuts and bruises and especially
recommended lor piles. Sold by Hoff-
man Drug Co.
DoWitt's Little Early Risers about
the most reliable pill on the market.
Sold by Hoffman Drug Co.
This la Worth Remembarlnn
As no one is immune every persoa
should remember that Foley's Kldnoy
Cure will cure any case of kidney
or bladder trouble that li not aeyead
the reach of me4lelne. Hoffman tc
Co. and City Drug Store.
the areater and longer continued Is
tha degree ot teaslon the eye can sus- I
A nrntt Singer.
"I tell tou" said one man to another
as they emerged from the dimly light- j
ed corriflor or a concert nnu. -i envy
that fellow who was singing."
"Envy him!" echoed tho other. "Well.
If I were going to envy n singer I'd
select somebody with a better voice
nis was about the poorest I ever
"It's not his voice I envy man." was
the reply. "It's his tremendous courage."
Sle tin- "It."
The Lancashire clergymnn who re-' 4
cently left the word "obey" out. of the X
marriage 6ervlee gives ns his reason f
thnt he does not wish women to start J
married life at a disadvantage. But lt f
really matters little In practice. It has
long beeu understood thnt. though a X
man and his wife ore one tho wife Is
that one. London Globe.
See ff at Once
Office over First Hatl. BH.
I i. Blair Shoenfelf I
A Cl.ioi! I.niich.
r.j L. H. Imllan Agent)
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MUSKOGEE I. T.
Removal ot restrictions con-
tests citizenship cases anil oth
er mntters boforo tho Interior
Prompt attention given to
preparation ciiorklng nnd filing
of oil nnd gas leases.
Your pat ron a go solicited.
Every hearty laugh tends to prolong 4..126.96.36.199. 4..j.188.8.131.52..
die an 11 marts 111c iiuuu nun iuuiu
rapldly and gives a new nnd different
stlmulua to all the organs of tho body
wkat U In force at the ottur
Tfce aajlnr "Laugh and grow
has tkarafare a foundation In
Caller Taa atl this garden scene
"Juaa" fcut tfce leaves are all on the
groua tartest tt aa the trees. D'Aub-
er Taay -mm aa the trees but rka
picture gat sua a wttherlag criticism
frM mhhIKm that they curled
m aaa MM Jf. LmIii Tlt-WW.
HEMP a ROLLINS
INSURANCE atd LOANS
nffloai nMnn.1 Iaa.'..J.. -..a.
V.H. uaw-Hs. anvi iUU UHUI IUUIU
or roaiomo riooa 470.
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 148, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 8, 1906, newspaper, November 8, 1906; Ardmore, I. T.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc80285/m1/2/: accessed November 11, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.