The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 229, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 3, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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hrirro't Wednesday March 3 UC9
Bill No. 1
. IN '
an-' '-.:'.. XKY.
rf the H i " Feprexr.tative.
' the Sale f all the Fubl lands Owned
. -i fiklaktpma Taken in Lien of Lmdt
s - twttj X umbered 13. if 3304 36
h. f'nited State 1 Survey Known at
I. unit" Prmiding ato for the Sale
J. 11 it Embraced in Sections X umbered
' t ' s tiitff and Granted fi
r nit r tlu- Sale nf the Tract
I'U 1 turd for Toumsite t'ur-r.-t
1 i.j X umbered 13. iff and
v -ifi - f -r tlx nf all the
'i''.Ti'H 'r "! tit' ' ' He-
' ui ll'itn ' Entry a ' fi-.tulrd t the
r iwt b r'u ..( .SV . 7':..:r uf an
-forest ippr vd J 1h fft
th.- En ' f '! State " Okla-'t-u
ft tn nmn Excef. us. C 'millions
h. t I'rgule'. 'i at here 1 1 l'r.ndrd f r
-n!; Pi. 1 f'-r 'he I . 'ttimtf there- '
' iimm the f'Efri.fi or Tin:
'! OKI. UlhM.i :
The ' 'MinrMnet
:r ! ronve
I ! MS '
.!.; r '
t to su.'ti
't. in thi
j- where same
( t of ingress or any
i-- rinjf any part tlfercof
'he following enumerated
' W-mtiIjciI . iio.l .ami puWic lands of this State:
Ml lanls owned by this State reserved granted
I taken in lieu of Sections numbered Sixteen ( 16)
mn Six ( 36) Thirteen (13) and Thirty-three (33)
! Known a Indemnity Lands; Provided that when
'i lands or any part thereof are sold and convoyed.
imiceeds derived therefrom sha" lie prorated among
vend funls as their interest may apjjear and
"'. as provided by law; also all lands embraccil in
1 hoin numbered thirty-three (33) in that part of the
itr formerly known as Oklahoma Territory and
1 micd to the Slate for charitable and penal inslitu-
n- and public buildings; Provided that all the
iicv derived from the sale of any or all of said land.
'1 i'i lie apportioned and di'ed of as may be pro-
iilel by Inw; alv all lands granted to this Stale by
c I 'nited Slates under and by virtue of Section 12
the Enabling Art for the following pttriKe
t itiuh : Ior the benefit of the Oklahoma University
T.o Hundred and I?ifly Thousand acres; for the
1 line fit of the Agricultural and Mechanical College.
IV o Hundred and lufly Thousand acres; for ihe
ix nt of the I'nivernity Preparatory School One Hun-
! md Fifty Thousand acres; for the benefit of
' .lured Agricultuial and Normal University One
Ircd Thousand acres; and for the benefit of the
ual Schools now establinhed or ItereaftBi1 to be
lidieil Three Hundred Thousand acres; Provided
.(II ... v derived from the sale of any of laid
' . ted for said Slate in trust and mter-
' In- used exclusively and as atxwc pro-
' Miiiport and maintenance of said
!l. tlur if any tract part or parcel of
! 'nun. 1 I'M and described in this sec-
1 ill lie h fumed to the Commissioners
1 1 . - h l: ird of Appraisers thereot
1 '.t 1. 1 embraced in Sections
Nsleen ( 16). and Thirl)-
i -1. mi reercd from sale that
. 'I and leasetl directly from
1 ! lahoma for townsltc pur-
1 iiblc for townsite than for
1 uch tract jart or jiarcel if
1 Commissioner- of the Land
'e and disposed of under the
vided further that where any
1 t!i- aboxe enumerated and described
i.Im; valuable for mineral including
1 put of said lands shall not be sold
n I. II5.
l! iiKceds of the sale of such lands de-
! 'i 1. of this Act shall lie sacredly nre-
"I ior the use and benefit of the several fundi
iMttions. and purposes for which said land was
tiled by the United States to the State of Oklahoma
t. the proisiois of the F.nahling Art. ami of any
! ill other Acts of Congress and by the Constitution.
.r the usea and purpose and upon the conditions and
' ider the limitations for which the same was granted
" the numey resulting from such snle shall be
i d disposed of and used by the State in like man
1 1 the other moneys belonging to said several funds
1 ' 1 tin- 1 .' s ui' thi-; State.
k"l C ' ' v ' !ir 1 --lull be jHllllith l to
J -i ll' t 1 1 M 1 ii'tii c.h t hud under
tl.i pn iM I t' 1 t' 1 tU ' 1"" 't 1 b- the
us 0 '
Ik 1 1
ft ai Is
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' t'irl .
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I n it. .1 y
mi .1 e
' I..- by
1 1. lilt
errm of the Enabling Act IV '.vied h wnt-. tha:
tie Virl prar.te.1 t- the State -r if r an-i -. -tie f
Sect'n 12. :' an Act of C mgre. approsre; J-.:r.e '-.
9C. cttnroonJy kiKmn a the Enabling Act. nlv
caDed "New C liege Lands." shall be classified b the
C. rirmssoner$ of the Land OflWe from the appraise-
ment beretfore made a agricultural and graring
land. AH of Mud lanJ hkh ha of jt wrface
twelve and one-half per cent or nvre and less than
thirty-seven and one half that is tillable productive and .
MiHable 1r farming purposes ha!l classified as
Class A. ami said c!as of grazinf lands shall be soM
in tracts not to exceed one section ; and all lands
having te than twehe and one-half per cent of its
surface that is tillable productive suitable for farming
purf;ses; that is rough movntamotts or barren
shall 1 classified as Class B. and sold in tracts not to
exceed two sections if in the opinion of the Comrniv
sioners of the Land Office it is deemed best and
(b) Any lessee holding a lease on any of the
lands desrrilied in Section 1. of this Act. except New
College Lands shall have the preference right to pur-
chase one hundred and sixty ( t6o) acres so leased
at the highest bid at the time of the tale of the same
as hereinafter provided in this bill; Provided further
that none of the lands enumerated in Section i. of this
Act. except the lands that bear no preference right
which were secured under ami by virtue of Section i
of the Enabling Act which is under lease to any per-
son or persons holding a lease on more than one hun-
dred and sixty acres on which he may claim a pref-
erence right of purchase shall be sold Until such
lessee shall file a written waiver of his preference right
to purchase any of such land so leased except one
hundred and sixty acres with the Commissioners of
the Land Office and the said Commissioners shall re-
serve the same from sale until such waiver is so filed
and the purchaser shall accept said land with condi-
tion of such waiver; Provided further until the
lessee of any land v leased on which he may claim a
preference right of purchase does waire his preference
right on all lands in excess ot one hundred and sixty
acres he shall piy to the State as rental or lease not
less than six pcrcentum of the value as fixed from
time to lime by the appraisers appointed by the Com-
missioners of the Land Office.
(c) The Coiniiiisisoncrs of the Land Office shall
as soon as nsibk after the sale of lands transmit
to the Clcnk of each County in which any lands men-
tioned in this Article have lie en sold a detailed descrip-
tion of each parcel of the land so sold ami the names
of the purchaser and the Clerk shall extend the same
Ujwn the lax rolls for the purpose of taxation and the
same shall become subject to taxation the same as oilier
lands and the taxes assessed thereon collected and en-
forced in like manner as against other lands; Provided
however that the purchaser at a tax sale of any such
lands sold for delinquent taxes shall only acquire by
virtue of such purchase such rights and interest as
belong to the holder and owner of the certificate of ale
issued by the Commissioners of the Land Office under
the provisions of this Act ami the right to be substi-
tuted in the place of such holder and owner of such
certificate of sale as the assignee thereof and ujkmi a
production lo the proper officer of a tax certificate
given upon such tax sale in case such lands have been
redeemed such tax purchaser shall have the riht to
make any payment of principal fir interest then in de
fault umn such certificate of sale is the assignee
thereof. Hut no tax deed shall be issued upon any tax
certificate procured under the provisions of this Act
while legal tille of said lands remain in the State of
Oklahoma. Whenever a certificate for the sale of any
of said lands Ins been cancelled it shall be the duty
of the Commissioners of the bind Office to notify the
Clerk of the County in which such land are located of
said cancellation and thereafter such lands shall not be
listed for taxation but in the event of the redemption
of any such lands the party making such redemption
shall pay as taxes and in addition to all other clnrgi-s
an amount equal to the taxes last levied thereon for
each year such land was not listed for laxition to-
gether with such intent and penalty as would have
Iwen charged if tlte same had been regularly listed and
Sec. .. Said lands and improvements thereon
shall he sold tinder the appraisement of the year 190S.
made and returned to the Commissioners of the Land
Office; Provided that in the event it shall appear the
said laud or improvements have not been properly ap-
praised the Commissioners of the Land Office shall
have the uver to order and provide for a new ap-
praisement; Provided further the Commissioners of
the Land Office shall notify the lessee before such
land is offered for sale of the appraised value of his
improvements and should any such lessee be dissatisfied
with the appraised value of his improvements said
lessee shall within thirty days from notice thereof
notify the Conunissinners of the Land Office in writing:
whereupon the land covered by said lessee's contract
shall be reserved from sale pending a review of the
appraisement made by the said Commissioners of the
Land Office in the district court of the county in which
said land is located. An appeal from the Hoard of
Appraisers may be taken as provided in "An Act
Amending Section 28 of Article q. Chapter 17 of the
Statutes of Oklahoma i8oj and regulating the method
ot pr ici-lure in the condemnation of private propsrtv
l Continued on Pae luiir.)
Syrup right from
Sugar Cane Land.
Old Louisiana Syrup
the Southern kind
we know about.
Just the pure Juice of
the sugar cane noth-
ing added nothing
for SmU all Grotttt
Penick & Ford. Ltd.
New Orleans La.
Notice of Sale cf Rsai Estate.
Ia th . r A -h. Guardians.;
o; Shorty Brown.
Nolle li hereby t;iven In jiurfu-
ae ot sarder o( the County Cou-t
ot ItMkell County. 3tat of Oklaho
ma mte on th llth day ot
niary 190t th underlined Cuirdlac
9t the HUt ot Shorty Brown. ?
minor will sell at public sate to '-.
hightat bidder ubject to eonf.-...
tlon by Mid Court 00 Tuesday iv
SOtb day of March. 109. at 11 o C'x
a m. at the front entrance nf
court bouse In the town of AM.
Carter County Oklahoma a!'. '
right title and 'nterett of tbe s '.
Shorty Brown In .0 th foin .
described real eata situated in f'a:
ter County Oklahoma to . s 1 1 rf
XBV4 of KBVi of NEW and NV
Of NKV.. and KV4 of NEVt of XV
See. 15. T. i S.. Rani;e 1 West th-
same betas a fee simple interest.
Said real estate to be sold on the
following terms an) conditions to
wit: For cash in hand.
I)atH(l this the 2Tth day of Februa-
J. K. ROCKMAN. Guardian.
Ity Hoi ley Drown k Lawrenr. h's
attornyti. 2 10-17-24
v ; - N
City Hall Savanah Gi. one ot our references.
WE WANT TO FIGURE WITH YOU- On your pro-
posed building. e thintc ue can help ou save some
money. Write phone or call on us. Oilice over post-
office Ardmore Okla.
J. E. BURGESS SON
The Best Cough Cure
A half ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine
two ounces of Olycerlno and a half
Iitat of Whisky mixed will cure any
eoush that Is curablo and break a cold
In 24 hours. Tane a toaioonful every
four hours. Ask yo"r druggist for 1
th genuine Leach's Virgin Oil of
Pino compound pure prepared and
guaranteed by the Lench Chemical '
Co. Cincinnati. O. 1
It Saved HI Leg.
"All thought I'd loso my leg."
writes J. A. Swenson Watertown
Win.. "Ten years of eczema that 10
doctors could not euro had at last
laid mo tip. Thon Ilucklln's Arnica
THE GREATEST OURE
GUARANTEED CURE FOR
Croup Whooping Cough Bronchitis Ln Grippe
Quinsy Hoarseness Hemorrhage of the Lungs
Weakness of the Lungs Asthma and
nil diseases of
THROAT LUNGS AND CHEST
Eleven years ago Dr. King's New Discovery permanently cured
me of a severe and dangerous throat and lung trouble and I've
been a well man ever since. G. 0. Floyd Merchant Kershaw S. C.
Salve cured It sound anil well.'
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
fallible for Skin Kruptlons Kczoma
SnR ltheum. Holw Fevor Sores"
Hums Scalds Cuts ami Piles. 26c at I
rdmoro Pharmacy. I
(lot a cow for sale? Use an Ard'
morelto Want Ad.
There is rw tutuu m of t'ic I um-.n
body s important as keeping the
lowels open. Upon the condition of
the bowel1! more than upon any other
one thing depends the health and
well-being of the entire system. There
is scarcely a sickness that has not got
constipation and stomach trooblc
complicated with it. It is at the bot-
tom of most of the serious diseases
Kvery trrown up human liclns ought to
hnu nt 1 1 vi m one full and ouiy ewiMia-
tlnn of th liimi'U every 21 I. r
llut unfortunately tlierr arc thfi .1' In
who do riot get thin. No mat Itr wi. it
In Ui 11 nuturu or nu(i of their t ri-
Btlputlon and no matter how chroi ii.rd
loriK-manilliit; It In tlicy Hill not find 11
Iwttcr euro than tint veil-known Or.
Crtlilwdl'd Hyrup ivpiin So rorillih-nt nro
the dlnrx-mer it thin wondnrfiil Inxntivn
mm It win cure any cam 01 ronaiiiiaunn
In younc or old that they will nvml 11
freo tent Ixittlo to nnvonn who HcnJa nam 11
anil mll rtBB to Dr. Cuhlwi-ll
Th unrnple will do for nny eonBtlpntfMl
KTon what It did for .Mr. W I). KulhT
of Iliton ICnplds. Mich. for Mr. J. I IM-w-nrili
of I.chanori Term.. 11ml u hott of
othvri In nil lertlonii of tho country. Af-
ter ImvliiK um-d th H.iniplc they will 1I0
nn Mrs. Puller uml Mr. Kilwiirdw 'IM.
which Is to ko to thn nfnn-Mt ilruir storn
nml huy n ri'KUlar Imttlf which costs f9
rents or II. ncconllni; to tlio slzo. Dr.
Calilwi'll's Synip I'etnln Is not 11 tnhlct
nr powder hut a lloulil Inxiitlva tonic
which Is what n kikkI cnnstlixitlon rem-i-dy
should be. ThouHnnils who nncn suit
for the frru tent Ixittle now Iiiivh Dr.
Oildwcll's Hyrup Pepsin regularly In thn
house. It Is tliu most scientific hlcntllnK
nf laxatho liiKredlentM ever put heforo
If thero Is nnythlnir about
your ailment that you dnn't
understand or If you want
any medical advice wrlto
to tho doctor and ho will
answer you fully. Thero Is
no charRO for this servlco.
Tho address Is Dr. W. II.
Caldwell til Caldwell bide.
PHCMRCO ONLV BY
PINE BLUFF. ARK.U.SA
CUiHtttO UhCIR TMt PUSt FOODANOOUCS
n uijuih jo.iaon. kkial ho.ikii
VATII.'S (.Ni-rtt-lluuc-.Miii.rlv) I.IM-
Mlt.NT. Made to bo superior to nil others on
the market. Per bottle ihc and it.
ttATMI.N's Ctll.iO .Mi:i)iCO.
Two i.imouM iiiniiliCH of a Immmrt
Vtterinur burKuuii put up 111 two n-p.
111 tu bottUs tor Iiuislk niiik'B and
l.i ti ' BiifTiTMiK with spasmodic coll :
( li nt kIic and other Ioiiiih of bow-
li iioiibits. l'cr buttle !1.
WATXI.N". tll.AMI iic.vi.nn.
lu a! miner the liuineuM while they
"till Idals without leuvuiK 1111 nu
ll n.ir One upplliat inn heips tho
"IT all dut KiUh 1-1 it w W'trtiit
- .iisi-Lt proof per bottle iOc and 1.
w.vrso.ws i.iurii) 111. ii 1:11.
. Ionic soiiKht for 1 run d fur lionn
1' h-bh. huiw tiunorH and tulaiKf
' calloiiNi'4 utinormal dopimli-i and
His. This hU the remedy l'.Ml KX-
I.i;N''K when evi rv other h.n
fa. led. l'cr bottle SI.
WVTMIN'S I'I lll.lt MIX.
-ri 1 plj-l- inr hoists mid inules. Ar.
t 1 sure and iiinpieto. Simple ei-
li vti and benellclal. i:aili purKo
Kim to l'nre or mule kiIh niori- re-
1 is than .1 ton of patent Htotk foodn.
l'cr box SI.
wTnvs i'i:iimiM'r.n. s
k' .im inir. aid In iiirrylnu off
wihii proiii.. it. ri'Niiltluir . superinr
!nn 'v on wi.ich 10 lU'ilinmio stuck.
J'cr bottle. $1.
WITKIVK STf3finil ititMitnr.
f-n Vitisr hiindreilN of hnr.si-H KiirrerliiR
with ynrlouo forms of brain Hlckness.
Should ho on hnnd and uhoiI enrly to
seeiiro guaranteed resultH. Per box. It.
Iil iMrryMhrre nr Nent ireinhl on re-
ceipt nf price. Write fur clrc nlnrx. W
For Sale by Ardmore Drug Co. and City Drug Store
There Is Only One
Laxative Btmi Quinine
usco thi: wurlo over to cure a cold in one day.
Always rcmumlxT tho full iiaino
for this utgaaturo on every 1-ox
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