The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 236, Ed. 1, Sunday, March 1, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Sunday Marck 1 1908.
THE DAILY AflDMOREITB.
FREE TO YOU-MY SISTER
Fraa (0 You and Cvry 8ltr Suf
(ring tram Women'i AllmMila
I m a woman.
I knuur wumun't rulTrrlnss.
I hvu f Mind the curt'
will limit trr of any chare tny home trrnl
Blent with full lrtructioti to any muterur frum
woman' ailment. I want to Ml all women about
thlacuro ou my rrJir. foryourwlf youriiaiiirh'rr.
your mother or your antrr. 1 want to till oii h..w
In euro y.'Urnlrra at Iioiimi without thu help "t a
I doctor. Men cannot urulentanil women fU'Trrtnio.
What wo uromvn know from eartrU'lice. i know
IU'tlrr tlian any doctor. I know that ni home treat-
ment la a fafo nnd uiro euro for l.rucorrhora or
Whltlili dlicharcea. t'lcerntlon Dlrclaciititnt or
Palling of fio Womb I'rotu.e Scanty cr I'jilufui
Periods. L'tcrlne or Otarljn tumor or (Iron tint
too pains In tho lienJ back an J bowels htnh
tl.mn Ivcllnj. nertnusnaM crcep.nir frrllnir up
the aplne melancholy dclre to try hot llht
weariness klJney nnd Maltlir trouble! whero
cnueJ by weaknesses pect-llar to our art.
I want tos.'ndjou n co.itiilete ten day'a treat-
ment entirely free top-ova to you that you enn euro
yourself nt homo fit...)- iui"kly nrl rurely. IIj-
mernlivr. th.it it will cojt you iiiitlilmr to i-ivo tlio
IfMrnr-nt ncomplcta trlnl ! nnd If yon fihwiM wlh toiontlmic. It wi I cot y.u o-ily abjut lSepnti- a
Vcic r 1 ill. n twoei'uti! uil ly. It will not ln'"rfero wuh your worK rr t'i-iat'.n. Jut eenil
t:w your itni.ie und nJJrcss t I mi t.v yju autTer If you w h nnd I w I ei'iil you tle treatment
for your en w n" rely fne in pi i n vuit lv return mail. 1 w I a'jo rend y. u free of tiitt my
loli -"Wd.MAS'S OWN MClllwAI. AlMIMJK" with rxt 'jii.it. -y li stn.tiona .wlnif why
omen mil t nnd h"W they enn can y euro tucmxjlvot nl lionio 1 .ry won in i-Im uIH hai It. and
karn to thb.k for licrrill. Then when th.- d.x-'or anvi "Yu must l-.nn an ooerntlor " you ran
('. la fci y jrsi f. Th umni's of w.rnen have c ml tliemrelvia with my hon.e r nuty. it cure ell
1. 1 J or ynunc. To Mothers of Daughters. I will I'xrliin n mijii's hun.o treatment wtitcli psdily
n A v iec. i.."y cure l-em orrhoes (ireen Sieknen nnd l ainful or lmuuiar Xeiutruutiun in Yuunif
LaJ -s. lutntncantul health hlwp.ysrvaultsfninilUuao.
Wher .'cr m live 1 enn ref.-r you to la liosof your own Im nllty who know and will rladiy fed
r j u'frrer th.it this Home 1 re-Hnicnt re tHv cures all vromen'a ll nes nnd makes women well
t i re jti mp and Mbutt Just send me jour nddrrss nnl thu free ten day' tnatmvut la yours
i jl.iobook. Writo t&lay ns you may uot mu liiu olfcr airnln. Address
MRS.r.i. cummers Dox m SouHi Bend Indai u. s. a.
GREAT THING FOR ARDMORE
WHAT CONSUMERS SAY OF GAS
The Ardmore Sanitarium
Mis.s Hinds lma cburo of training school for
hiirso.s. Iicci'ivcv both modicil nnd .surgical pa
tioii's. Thoroughly tuodorn in fvory )art cular.
Spffial operating room. (!ood sorvico terms
reasonable The medical profession soiiciUd.
DHS. HARDY VON KELLKli & II'3NRY;
Natural una In Ardmoro In no
longiT mi '.Mrlnutit. It Is now In
I liiiiKlritls of home. olllct ami ltti-
llit-aa lioimtn (mil the MHiile lmvi
liuil ainili titno to tent It from
i'MT.v atamlpolnt. An Ardmoroltf ri-
reiMMttntlvo In company with that
nlal uplrlt. .Mr. Holchi'ldiTfiT or thf
Can Company. vlnittNl koiih of tho
consiinitTH yt'atonlay and hwtnl wlmt
thi-y hail t6 nay conrernlnn tho
use of natiinil m .Tin' Hist con-
inner approached wan .Mr. Carnill
iiHinancr of the Wonder Store. Mr.
Carroll wild "Wo have bfon nultm
natiinil Hits now one month for
both llKhHtiR and hfatlng Hip "tore.
Wo have lined plenty of fnt'l ond on
one or two nlhU 1 neglected to
turn the gait off and loft It buruliiR
:tl I night. We have a Inrge doublo
-tore and gas KiilHclent to liulil I he
entlro hoiimj no that n newnpaper
1 1 1 : i - he read in any portion of the
iMiililltiK. The lights are better we
1ki lltrhteil nnd heated a larger
building and tho nervlw for one
month hn cost only $.". 10 wh.ch in
less than our former light bill we
.t nothing of the coal we bought.
We coifld not auk for nioro than
natural gan han given u.
lulled. I to said he unod gun for
cooking dimly and lighting hin afore
and that during the mt month
!hl total bill wn f I 20 "During a
j month 1 will make 1 .00 pounda of
canny ne num. mm uurn two ore
light) inont t)f tho time. .My formor
light bill aloiio to Hay nothing of
the fuel that I tiiiil wan an much an
16.00 a montli. I am well pleased
with gan. It affordn lKth cleanllnena
Seven room 2-storv house
two blocks west of High
UPHOLDS SLAPPING SERVANT
lilock 250 Northeast
The southwest corner
2 10 acres of land -1 miles
east of Ada Oltla.. perfect
title $10 for aero.
Two ! room modern cot-
tages on West Main.
70 acres land f0 a';"os in
cnl'ivation restrictions rt-
moved title north of Lindsay.
terms on above see
Opera House Bld.
Ardmore - Oklahoma
WRATHY MAGISTRATE ADVISES
HOUSEWIFE HOW TO TREAT
SERVANT IN FUTURE.
CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR
Rilievts Cblda bv worWine thtm
out of tha ayateni through a copious
uid hilthy action of tho bowalt.
Rtlioves Couch by cUansinz tha
mucous inombrantj of th thrott
th4t nnd bronchial tubts.
"As pleasant to tha tatto
an Maplo Suaar"
i Children Like It
For Sale l.y W. B. Framn.
New York Fob. -'7. Declaring that
a mlHtretta 1b Justified in Hlapping
and oven ldckliiK a Hervant girl for
Impertinence Iloconler LazaiitB ot
'Uiyunnv yeBterday made htiictoif sol-
id with tho hou8uvlro8 of that town
hut if tho time ever arrives when
a reduced exchequer should necessi-
tate his rapping on a back door
to receive nourishment lie would do
well to avoid the kitchens of Hud-
.Mrs. Hortha Colin of Avenue C was
charged by Anna Gulack her maid
with assault and battery. Tho town
has talked ot little ole for several
days and when tho case was called
jesterduy the court room was Jnin-
nii'd. livery servant girl took yesterday
for her afternoon out and they
wore there in force glaring at the
f-.coro of matrons who were present
to lend encouragement to Mrs. Colin.
"Did joii slap tills young woman's
face?" asked .ludge U-izurus.
"Yes your Honor and 1 had all 1
could do to stop slapping" said Mrs.
Colin. "She got me that mad that 1
bit my fingernails until they were
all gone and then well there was
liothlng left for me but to cluistlsc
"Was she disobe'diont?"
"Worse Hi :i ii that. Your Honor. 1
told her to dust the parlor and Mio
sa d she had dusted it. I told her
she hadn't. She said she had. I reit-
erated and she called mo a liar
twice in the same- breath. Then 1
"Old you call this woman a liar?"
thundered the court at tho girl.
' If I did I told the truth." said
tho servant while her friends ap
"rue court won t tolerate any un
seemly conduct In its presence"
shouted the Judge whacking the
table with his gavel
"Now young liidy did you or did
you not call Mrs. Colin a liar?"
"Then in the opinion of tho court
she was Justified in slapping you.
She should have kicked you also.'
"Any particular place?" chorused
tho housewives jubilantly.
"I'so your own judgment" said
For Mnnurpcturiiifj Purpoics.
A visit was iiiude next to the lix-
oelslor Steam Uiindry. W. It. Rob-
erts manager of the livrelslor. wild:
' Natural wis for manufacturing par-
lio.ics is all that could be desired.
It has given perfect satisfaction and
at less than one-third the cost of
ot her fuels heretofore used. lor heat-
ing the Irons for use In the smaller
machinery I hnve found U much more
satisfactory and cheaper than gas-
oline. I am well pleased with the gas
proposition and see in Its use a
meat saving of money for Ardmore
pimple." Mr. Roberts stated further
that tho gas used In his furnace
did not cost to exceed DGc a day and
that the use of coal would require
in expenditure of $3."iU. In addition
to this saving a flremnn Is not re-
quired. Tho man who has charge of
the iiower plant can devote his
time to the washing much hps nnd
the lulMir of one iimn is saved. The
gna heats quickly it can be lighted
at G:80 and at 7::i0 the plant has
sixty iiHiiiiuls of steam. The fireman
Is no 'longer requ.red to get to his
nlace of business as early as 'r.'M
as was the old custom.
In figuring out the saving In using
gas. Mr. Holii-rts said: "'oal at $1.3'
a ton would about equal gas at
tho nn-sent mice and if coal were
selling at that price I could not af-
ford to use It unless the coal com-
IHiny would furnish someone to f od
the coal into tho furnace." Mr.
Roberts expressed pleasure at the
thought that Aidmore people are
free from tho eon) trust. He aid be
was a friend to the local dealer
and had nothing to say detrlineni.il
to their business but when be un-
asked direct questions there wa .
nothing left for him but to answer
I. L. Pearl's Residence.
Ij. l'iaii was met on the street
queried on the nan proposition
In his home. Mr. Pearl said: "Wlfej
and I think we could not get along
without natural gas. The entire cost
of running our cook stoo for one
month was 70c. We hunt gas in
the eKk stove and In one fire plac
and the total bill Inst month was only
$2.10. We are pleased that Ardmore
has such a luxury as natural ga"
Judge M.isen'i Home.
Mrs. I. It. Mason's homo was v!s-i
Hod. Mrs. Mason said: "I would not
under any circumstances do away
with the use of natural gas. We
cook with gas run two stoves and
light five moms and It cost us
less Inst montli to run the entire
home than it tlid to furnish fuel urn!
lights for tho servant house. Then
you see 1 have no dirt no nsMs
no smoke and gt along with so
much less sweejrlng. The lights are
clear. I can read by them all night
witliout tiring my ees. Our gas
bill last mouth was $i;.r.Y In addition
to heating cooking and lighting
we bent a forty-gallon tank of wa-
ter. My bill next month will be much
smaller for the reason that the pipes
and fixtures were new this month
and somo leaks occurred which oc-
casioned a loss of gits that will not
occur next month. I have been used
to gas in Indiana and I knew of
lt. comforts and economy before
putting It in here.
Pleased with Gas.
W II. llleakniote was accosted
while en route to dinner and asketl
how lie liked gas. Mr. Uleakniore has
gas hi Ills home. He burns three
stoves and five lights. His entire
bill the past month wa ffi.r.O and the
greater part of the month he had
sickness ill his home and burned
gas every hour of the day and
the night. "My light bill nlone" le
said "use to amount lo .'.(.f.r and
now with gas I will not have to
pay half as much as I did before
I put in gaq. I sun well pleased
with gas and would dislike very
much to go b.'clv 'o the old methods
of heating and lighting. '
In n Business House.
Tho hardware and furniture store
of W. M. mills was Included in tho
rounds. Mr. HIllls said: "I am using
gas and am more than well pleased.
The use of gas affords better lights
and cheaper fuel. My light and coal
bill has been averaging 111 per month
and my last mouth's gas bill for
both fuel and lights was $:t.:!0. When
you consider how much less trouble
it Is and how much better and
then count the cost you will see
why I say I would not be without
gas at all. I would rather have
one v:as arc than two electric arcs
and I do not believe the cost of
running one gas arc would bo more
than four cents a day."
Used In Candy Kitchen.
A. (labriel who conducts a
stand and candy kitchen on
Washington street was next
Who IVIsef Need
A Genfls Laxative
CORPORATION ONCE FORMED IN
"t itk a-- a nu ill im of i xcti.uiti
In tills .section and I would fieq'iii.'
m im h.iM ;l i.urse or a mule w iih
a luiiii f the stock or antluii.
else i 0f ns lmd I'toplau dreiltiit
ainiiit the gold we were going to
in i in this section of tho cotmtiy.
' I Oft II oil a glHhl bit of the stuck
atiil 1 vwis net or without a hatch o'
the certificates when I Went off on
a trip and If I could catch a sucker
In making a trade and sell him Mock
in exchange for what 1 wanted a
trade was closed. The charter was
secured from the national uniiicii
October i 1S1H). and the oflcers and
lncorsrators of the oomiwny were
J. S. II. ApHloK lYank lJYonslo.
V. 11. Imw and myself of Ardmore.
and lietn He nobis of IVulson Tex
as. 1 think tint If ton were to do
some Investigating ou might find
a number of the snares of the stock
owned by people living throughout
this section and in Texas."
"What caused )ou to organize this
"it was like this. I propose to take
the ci wilt for finding the asphalt
Inn k in the eighties nnd having had
considerable experience as n miner
In Colorado nnd New Mexico and af-
ter having done considerable pros-
pecting In this country I conceived
ti e scheme which was carried Into
effect tin several oi raslous I would
entile Into Ardmore on business and
evertlllio 1 came here I would bring
a few shares of stock along with
me anil trade It off."
"Did oti ever do any propoct
"Yes we did. I had several lie
groes und other hands at work for
a time down on Pennington c re it
and found traces of gold und I )c
lievo that If the company had not
lieon capitalized at too much that
wo would have done something for
I am a firm bellevor that sowtai
lodes of ore was struct at least 1
know they were and if propcrb
worked will lie made lo pay. It wui
only Ito a matter of time when cap-
ital will come In here and develop
the vast mineral resources of tliia
j The stock of the Anvil Rock Mm
I Ing comiMtiiy wg worth one dollar
I mt shaie but we would take a
j block of a thousand shares and i
change it for a horse. To tell you
the until the siiieuio niter It w.i-over-capliall.ed
and we found out
that we could not float It was like
some of these other K"t rich quick
schemes that are flooding thu coun-
try ill Nevada.''
'"What actual results did you ob
tain from your prospecting along the
"We slnpiMtl several lots of rock
mined to assnyers and received re-
turns ot as high as thirty two dol
lar worth of mineral to the ton and
in tile mineral would be nunil gold
that would assay from eight to ten
dollars per ton. Wo also tound slher
"1 think It would be a good Idea
If tlio state legislature after the
state had purchased tho segregati (I i
mineral lauds to pass milling laws i
similar to those that have been pass
oil by the federal government and
give the prospector a chance. Should
1 th state legislature do this you '
I would see prospectors come In here
I and some development done In the
j way of getting mineral. '
i want to present you as a sou
venlr a block of ten thousand shares
'of t lie stock. You can take this and
frame It as a memento of the das
that will never come again in this
I count -'. tlooilbye for tho present
and when I come in ugaln Pwn:
i tell you more about our great
SID. FORD TELLS OF SCHEME
And How it Worked Under the
Tribal Form of Government
the Year 1890 In This
One Wav Second Class
Mrs. AV. C. .lolly of Denlson Texas
will arrive hero and will open her
millinery store on West Mnln street
as soon as tho fixtures In the build-
ing aro mado ready. C. 1). Ilrunson
Is hero from IVnisou and has a
crow of cariHJiiters at work preparing
tho store for tho now stock.
Sidney Ii 1'ord an old citizen or
this portion of the county who
lives near the old coal mile about
three miles and a half southeast of
the city .was in town tho othor day
ami paid the Ardmoreltu a pleasant
ls'i. Sid was in a reminiscent mood
and as full of old stories of days
gone by as a yellow dog is full of
Tnclo Sid. toll us something about
Most everyone at somo time of lifo ti-e $ iuo.0u0.0uo mining corporation
needs a laxative and then it is well to' that was flouted in this section dur-
rcmember to tuko Dr. Caldwell's Syrup' nK t1(. days when tho tribal govuru-
i-ups ulo KUm uru laxutivo com- mcnt was in power
Good for Everybody.
Mr. Norman It. Coulter a promt
nient architect in the Dolbert build
Ing. San I'mnclsco says: "I fulb
endorse all that lias been said of
lilcctrio Hitters as a tonic medicine
It is good for everybody. It corrects
stomach liver and kidney disorders
in a prompt and elllclent manor and
builds up the system." lilcctrio lilt
tors Is tlio best spring medicine
ever sold over a druggist's counter;
as a blood purifier It is uneqiialed
fiOc at W. 11. Frame's drug store
Charley Grant tho well known
and popular clothing salesman has ac-
cepted a position witli .1. .1. Stolfa
and will take charge of his inhfn
ilonartmont tomorrow morning. Mr
Stolfa has put In ti largo line
suits odd coats and lxints and
Orant will have charge of this
On sale daily commencing
March ist iqoS.
Stop-overs allowed at many
II. D. McCOLLOM
The Lucky Quarter
Is the one you pay out for a box of
Dr King's New Life l'llls. They
bring you tho health that's more
precious than Jewels. Try them for
headache biliousness constipation
and malaria. It they disappoint you
the price will bo cheorfiilly refund-
ed at V. U. Frame's drug store.
Wo keep the full catalogue of Mc-
Klnloy music at l.uko's Music Store.
It is tho cause
not bo a
pound but those who especially need
this remedy and need it perhaps of tenor
than others aro children women und
old folks. i
Most children Buffer from constipation
or dyspepsia nnd if the trouble isn't
righted cnrly the child will grow up thin
and sickly. Women are piono to con.
stiiiatiou because of functional demnnds'
and old pcuiiln lii rautn tlio muscles of thu stom-
ach titcoino wia'.' as auu utlvuoccs until niter'
tliuuvuut titty 'ew people iiuvu rtgulur bowel
Ur Ciililwei:' Syrup I'cpsln Is especially
ntlnpteil to tlio uso of t-ucli i.-oile. tvlioMioulil
never tuss lolici omtiarllc tubltts or powder
crlilnu' fcults or puruatlve writers qlcI sacb
tlilou'b txciiuKc ilii i art) too weak to Htuml lu
Dr. Culdv. ill's T'truii l'cpMn IsauilUI. Kcntlcbut
promptly crTci ttv' laxative tonic. It In Mrooth
ntnl oily rcotl to trr tuKtn anil never (.'ripen It
can b" nb.soiuu I) ilcix nttcU uin. und so certain
aru result! that It Is KUaranlerU to do uliat la
claimed or money lll be. refunded. It can bo
obtained tit our druwlfit In XO cent and II Pot-
tle and cither ulie. it rurtuitnt to belp many
member of tbn family to beulth.
Thouuandi of letter have been recclred from
uierj of tills remedy huylnir that ltdoet what la
claimed for it nnd many families ure never
without it In the. houe. Mrs. Murray of Mun-
clo. Ind. ha had It In her Iioumj regularly for
Ova year und uh toon un one buttle Ik used up
he sets another. A laxative may bo needed at
any moment ami when It In meded ll lb well to
hte Dr. 'nldrll'j Syrup I't i ln at hand
M.iUn up your mind to net a bottiu to-dity ana
bavo It handy In emerirenciea.
CDCC TECT TIWM riiWfi to try Dr.CilJ.
rilCC I .01 Mll'i Siruo PtoiIh before bur
Inr can Kate a tree sampk bottle wit to tnrir hem by
Oiiriitini ht company. This oflir it Is crow tnattr
rtmtdy will do at wt claim and It ol own to ttiow
wo hart mxi Mtn It. Snd tor It (I you havi any
symptom! ol itomach livtr or bonl dlMai. OntWit
yit molt cftKttYD Itutlvt lor children wornun and oil
IcHhi. A ruaranttid permanent home cure THE
PUBLIC VERDICT: 'No Laxative So Good and Sure
at Dri. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN." Thlt prod.ct
ltri purity euamiiee no I watnmcton u. c
PEPSIN SYRUP OO.
111 aluwoll Bltts Moatlaolla m.
Say. youiiK man who over told
you about that dream we had on
torn to work all of the mineral in
tho Chickasaw nation? Wo I mean
sewral of us sot together lu tho
jeiir ISSiu when this country was
first nttractiiiK' attention about tho
time railroad building begun and
conceived a plan to do mining and
prospecting on a largo scale. Wo in-
coriKitltted jr a capital stock of
$100(1000(10 which ut that tlino 1
believe was the largost capitalized
t otporutlon in tho Union. Ah thoso
were great days my boy in this
(ountry. KverythliiK was wide open
nnd we used to bavo great times.
It was our Intention to prospoeL
for gold sliver zinc load conl oil.
asphalt nnd other minerals. Wo held
sovi nil meetings in Ardnioro thoso
or us Interested and concluded to
si cme a charter from tho Oliii Ita-
saw nation. Wo did secure tho char-
ter from tlio Chickasaw legislature
but It wry nearly cost mo my life
to get it and when wo did finally
get tho charter and thoso Indians
over at Tishomingo found it out
I was not long in getting away from
that town. I did not stand on my go-
ing bin went at once. Wo not only
soured the charter but wo had our
(barter ratlflod by tho Choctaw na-
tion which was iiocessary and mado
ti Wilding. Wo thought wo woro
getting tho surface land as woll and
under our charter w- had tho right
'o prospect over tho entire nation
and thought that wo owned about
two-thirds of the nation Wo used
Wo keop the full catalogue of Mc
Klnley iiiuslc at I.uko's Music Store
A New Company.
Tho Oklahoma Land lirokorage a
Ioan company has decided to locate
In Ardmoro after a tour over 'he
state looking for a suliable location
to launch their liiislness. The new
coinimny has secured olllces In tho
Itntidol building and expect to In-
ready for buslnoss not later than
tho third or fourth of March T
(!. Uruiuoii a capitalist of Corpus
Christ! Texas will bo president and
trousuror of tlio new company and
O. 1 Chancellor a prosperous real
estate and loan broker of Mar.otta
I Okla. will hold tlio position of uco
( proNldent Hiuliseoro.1iry.Mr. (7iancellir
needs no introduction to the people
of Ardmoro. His stern integrity and
honorablo manner of conducting his
business affairs aro woll known to
a majority of tho business men here.
Ho has been In business for several
years III Marietta. Tho now company
will loan monoy on lauds and n all
chattels of valuo. Tlioro Is plenty of
room In Ardmore for such a company.
In fact thorn Is a demand for more
companies of this kind In Carter
county and tho company will do a
good business from tho day they
open tliolr Ardnioro business.
(Jivos Unit finish to clothinjjr so much desired by
peoplu who It now and appreciate yood laundry
There is no need of .-.ondino; tiny laundry work
out of town. ("Jive us your bundle and lot us prove
our superior work.
We Kive the most painstaking cure to eery
bundle whi'lher it contains only one oollur or our
We tniiko it our business to pienso you. We
hnve the most skilled workmen and the Litest im-
prm cd machinery.
l'luuii' 'u7 und our wagons will cull
WiM. R. ROUERTS Manner.
South Mill Strt et. - Ardmore Okla.
Just a littlo Cascatweet is all
that Is necessary to flve yur baby
when It Is cross and peevish. Caeca-
sweet contains no opiates nor harm-
ful drugs and is highly recommendod
tv the mothers everywhere. Uold by
W. U. Frame.
High Grade Groceries
We do nut only ctrry nil the staple groceries but we
keep ever) tiling in fancy groceries as well. You will
Swiss Cheese. Uriel Cheese Imperial Cheese
French Peas Fresh Mackerel Holland Herring.
Remember we keep everything good to eat under one
for the perfect equipment of the farm you'll
find here. We have made this class of goods
a special study and have in stock only the
standard makes. Look over this list and
come here to do your buying.
John Deere Turning Plows John Deere
Walking Cultivators John Deere Riding Cul-
tivators John Deere Stalk Cutters John
Deere one-row Cotton and Corn Planters
John Deere two-row Cotton and Corn Plant-
ers Harrows of all kinds Harness and Plow
Gear. We give reasonable prices and terms.
Bivens Corhn & Frensley
THE PIONEER HARDWARE HOUSE
ARDMORE : : : : ; OKLAHOMA
T 1 i i T 1 1 Ardmore
oeiviage Dusiness uunt;gfc: ouui
The largest tho best equipped tlio most practical t-ho most
progressive and the most suece.ssful business college in Okla-
homa.. Occupies its own building. Business and stenographic
courses only. Students enter any week day of tho year. No
vacations. Next class in short hand begins Monday Feb. 17.
Special combination offer on scholarship Vox typewriter tho
best visible typewriter. Send for catalog.
O. I'. .SKIA'IDOi: A. M. M. AccU.. Pros.
T . IV. COLEMAN
.... THE CITY DRUGGIST ....
Telpohono 4. 9W. Main St. i
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