The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 103, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 5, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Tuesday October 5 1909
f HE DAILY ARDMOrtEITE.
ARDMORCITE PUBLISHING CO.
SJDNKY Sl'OGS President
Bu" d at th- P.--offi. - at Ardmort
Second i 'i.is M ittt-r.
OFFICIAL PAPER CARTER COUHTY
AND THE CITY OF ARDMORE
if it ii. in the ArJrooreite it Is legal.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
The Daily Ardmorelte.
V PI.HV 1'oit lxSTlN(l.
T i. Texan City iT'-visi Times Ed
ward O. .Macartney publisher In a
tecent Hltorlal on the alsdotn and
advantage cif community co-operaMon
i-ootfng. Rave this sarcastic fling at
the nntt-boosl spirit which like a
strain of pessimism. 'is to run In
some p oples M hI Tin editorial
The rnlneorporati-d Society fur
Mutual Injury which we. resrret to
amy exiats In cverr town and com-
munity tnM :nl object la: To
harm and Impede- each other a
Itiri.lirs Itros ooenltiir nigh 'it Mad!
Mm Pquatv Garden. Th- pcrformum
hem will b given exactly aa present l
then- not one change (taring I a
mad In 'hi program
Y-ar sY?.mtirh aa possible ah-juht be garrot
Month " . j i i ....m...
W'"" "I ..... !. I. . .11..-.-
1 II' y Hit." 'l ''rtHiwtc tm ran wurn i
Prcamtlc v-ry human being rich
or iKior. young or old weak or
-'romr diirH'd or lltftcrale hna his
own ttoublea and burden. orac of
which arc known to his fellow
conn a secret with himself. He In no
nit r than emerge! from Him dream
WutNt ' ihlldhood than he find It
n-i eisary to make n living In a
haa never Hd in before.
Vi.lmor.lte win t..- gladly cor- .n l)ia.nin mf. id (hlldren.
1 upon hnlng brought to the hard
on of th- management. ' ' '
rn r. r. re we. cmsrns oi inn iou
agree osi th. following which are
Incorporated In the following by.
1. We will make fun if tin- be-
ginning of every effort.
The Weekly Animswdtr.
I'.r Year by Mail ilM
f ix Months
T!r. . Mentha '.'
.... .. Manager's OKlco 538
C.;v (editor's Office
Ixitik instance. . . . 1: '"
. errnB.-ous reflection on the
h -i r s'anding or r mutation of
.i . K. raon. firm or corporation
v. i m iy appear In :!ie columns of world he
A"iimore Tuesday October 6 HOI
GREAT SHOW OF MACHINERY.
In Na One Thing Ir. the Superlcrity of
the Oklahoma State Fair So
In former yeart it was tb custom
In many of the larger State Fairs to
give premium for Implement Vehic-
le! and Machinery and to undertake
to decide which manufactured artlcls
It best. It waa found not to he aatW.
factory to the manufacturers and .
lore it abandonment the Machinery '
ad Implement Department of the I
larrer State 1'alrs and repositions
have grown Immensely Thl la a-
pectally true of the Oklahoma Stat .
Fair ait the Firm Annual Fair had but
a amall dl;ila of manufactured ar-
ticles At the Second Annual Kulr
htld In 19fS a tract of ten ncre wa
entirely covered with a magnificent
dlsr lay of all kindaof Farm Mai hlncry.
Tho State Fair management haa this
year provided a larger t;ince for th
Implement Kxhil.lt and practically all
of thla apaee baa been engaged. Kvcry
exhibitor wLo ha exhibited In the
paat Iiah .-ngaaed spaci' .m.l many now
nd IntereatiiiK exhibit will be seen
lu thla Department thin year. Thero
will be exhibits of ever thing of inter-
HEBE'S ITER SISIO BIT
POfl HONOR iO
DON'T THAT SOUND GOOD? A REPRESENTATIVE OF THIS PAPER
INVESTIGATES PLANT AT PAWNEE AND SAME SENTIMENT
WAS FOUND AS AT PAULS VA LLEY ARDMORE MUST GET BUSY
WITH SOME SYSTEM QUICK. '
I nut Ut biiild a monument in t it la the altnple thlnga that amotin
our city that will atanU for a conttiry : to "h In construction work and
tn ihe credit r v.ir maror Mil ell ' th' connection .Mr. Donnelly ha
commlealoneni" aaid K. J. .Donnolly
another plan that must commend Itm If
to ovofT neraon who will think .t see-
to an Arwmorelti- repreaentatlvc. . t nXa(U to retunm tli.i- whi.
he directed the ork on tho l'awnoo j the wntec is atlll in the basi-i Vw
fll'erlng pkwt. Continuing h wild:
"I want your offlclala to ace tny work.
The laula Valley plant wu built by
me and I am -proud of tho work It la
doing. The lwnec plant will stand
to :n credit wnen It la finished nnd
1 want to do the work tn Anlmnre.
You neopl. have the flneat water and
the flneat plant of any city in the
the aurfftce la freer of Hllmcii .nd
using thla knowledge to his aihatitac
Mr. lvnnelly hna constructed fio.f .
plp.;a that rise and fall with du-
ply of water In the balu and th
ter that paaca from the basin t.
filter la -taken from the Muf.u.
Mr Donnelly'a ayatem of t-i
water ia with lime and soda ;i-
NEW POLITICAL ISSUE.
l" i. i)llap.-e of the Columbia Unnk
.i-i.l Truat company !o Oklahoma
it will be the meana of crenttng
"( iMtUtlcul Issue that will Im"
S. We will eBKerate every fault i dltlona to the list of exhibitors whurw-
fought out between the democratic
ind r. pubHcan pnrtlea next full. Tho (
dmioi rata will aiaml by the guaranty
of bank deposits ami the republicans
w.n oppOM' thla feature of demwrul-
li coniixd. The guaranty of bank tie-
pie-itu Is in ita mrnnev :No iK'.ier
H.ire In the union has au.-b n law.
It ua placeil on the statute Ixnika
of Ohlahonta by dentoc.A!a and the
Pol itl i.iu liana of the republican
pi realizing the general Kpiihir
ity of the law have rnther stood
by the old school of iKinklng.
The further fact that tho collnpiw
of 'he utate bank gave opportunity
to attorney to Inject a federal ques-
tion and i-ati-.- them to take the
afT.iirs of the bank into the federal
court makes It own plainer thai the
state guaranty law will h tt jmiIU-
leal Ihhuo in the cninpalgn now only
one yoar off.
In the wrlttnK of one of the found
ers of thlR nipubllc. he cnlled the '
attention of the people to tho power'
of federal courts and efoaacd them .
a a metmce t. the liberties of the1
people S'o the Issue tlmt In lmiort-
ante will overshadow all other will
place the republicans In the attitude
of defending what their court are j
doing and condemning tho guar.tnty !
of bank deposit by the tale guaran-
ty fund. The republican pros oi' th" j
sta'c ha ulready started lt. -nm-
paign amilii.sT the mate banking
The result of the creation -if th j
pew iKilltlcal Issue will Imj to the I
AiUantago of the democrat.. XUt
peotde naturally resent federal con- j
trol and thla sentiment will make
many to for the demo.-niti.. party.
The fact that the farmer ami the
working man can deposit hh nioney
and know that lie will hnve It return-
ed to him will align him with tho
dtnK--ata. The prejudice the repub
If strangers come to town we
will "give away" fellow member.
I. We will slander ami Imek-Wte
each other aa much aa possible.
8. We will do nil we can to pre
vent a Mhw member succeeding.
(I We will tn every way hinder
ouch other ami strive to Ihe up to
the title of our society. "Tho So
elety for .Mutual Injury."
Thla would lie a very ridiculous
association If It were formed nnd
no atu-h body exists or will exist
and tf rrouteil would lie dlo1vcd
by public opinion yi-t In an uiior-
g.inUed form and without by-laws
officers or dues it exists In every
town hambt or li-era wnere n
apeak. Ill of 11 covertly nnd II dl-
In thd Itidtmlrv i ihmrn illn.'ttv Th.
International Harvester Co.. will detn-
ouatrate the process of making twine
The Fence Co will manufacture nwlnn
fencing and the cement operators will
' demonstrate the line of cement from
state and when it t trottted by my j the Pauls Valley people are .t
process The Queen City will 1k still time using nS chemlciiK at .ill
prouder of Itself." The water is taken from t i-
Mr. Donnelly haa devoted fifteen- of ! mentation basin and by im-a-i.-
worked out In detail a plan tlmt has It as clear and sparkling a- tit - d- w
pleased i-very engineer who has over j drop. A system of cleaning the quartz I
seen it his plnn has caught the honlin I has devisil. The wale- pres i
offlriala of the slate every week par- ' sure U reversed tho quartz 1 tliur-
tie from other towns visit him where 'ouglily cle.iiii. il and the cleansing wa .
est from a rake to a threBhlng tnnchlne. the b't years of his life to the study j tmrles of pipes It I. made
The features this year will be the ad- f the city water problem. He lia ! down through the quart.
dltlon to the list of ethihlffir whnt-u. .. ... .... i t ...i. . i . I ... ... i ..n
ter 'iins off through the sewer.
J. M. McDnnlcki. city engineer of
he is at work to investigate towns
the laying of Idewalks to the building tlia' haw plants Installed nre prepar-
of houses. The makers of steam nlows lug to change them to conform to the I Pawnee who has charge of tho water
will again be on hand and all the beat plan of .Mr. Donnelly. He lias his ! and lights of hi town Is spending his
makes will be shown. Th wry best plans patented and they cannot be j time with .Mr. Donnelly while the now.
makes of all kinds of Farm Machinery used by any other contractor. He says or house the basins the clear well
will be seen at the State Fair. Tho .hut he wants ovurv man who Is in- : etc.. aire belnc built and the machinery
tt rested In the work of purifying wa- j Installed. He Is delighted with the
ter to visit his plnnts the specif lea- ! work his town is getting nnd says
lions and the work bear inspection j tlii't instead of slighting hi work as
and tho better they are understood tne I many contractors do that Mr. IXmnel-
Fifty Years the Standard.
Makes finest cake and
pastry light flaky biscuit
delicious griddle cakes
palatable and "wholesome.
Ingredients found in the
low-priced bakinp pow-
der nre deleterious. The
active principle is a min-
eral acid derived from sul-
phuric acid oil of vitriol.
No Lime Phosphates
Vehicle exhibitors will have thu finest
display of vehicles ever shown at the
State Fair of Oklahoma. Makers oi 1
Automobiles and especially machines
for the use of the farmer will be on
hand In numbers.
more plants he will construct. Ho Is
Among some of the prominent deal- ' eonrclontlous in his work and watches
ers who have already engaged space ; closely every detail. In the work at
are the f-jlloilng: The International I'awnee he did not like some of the
HnrvoBter Co. John Deere Co. Okla. i work his foreman had done and at
Co. Dempster Mill M.inufacturlnr Co. cost of aever.'il hundred dollars and I lute frankness anil honestv In every
... . i i tiM.nt...M ..r .1..
-av 1 "v oiiuiiiuni wagon the foreman wan without a position. I detail of the construction work has '
V.C nonius Kansas city The people at Pawnee are delighted won the confldonce of the engineer.
"Where hat; Donnelly exceeded lib
specifications" was the query- MC'
MilRe's C'a family troubles and C 1 liotna Mollne Plow Co. Huher .Mfg. once th" i-oncrete wn replaced at a
hurts IV Utislintss and I) grudges
I?'m success nnd rejoices tit hlt
downfall the not result Is the Mime
na such a society If orgunl.ed would
When Jonesvllle citl.i-tia do till
they can to pull down Smltlnllle
nnd the pleasant process Is reclp
roeated by Smlthvllle they ImiIIi
stu-c. -.hI In hurting each other and
the consequence Is the direct op-
posite of a society for co-operation.
Iy Is giving them a better Job than
the specifications called for. Mr. Me-
Daniels says that Donnelly takes a
pride In his work and is building his
plants in a manner that will appeal
to evory city in the state. His nbso-
pany k iow i as n Mld-C nMnce
T. ii'Ij'1 .rid I'owt company in-
corpora id at tlutii ie last week wu!i
a capital stink ot il.OOO.uOO. Is going
had hein placed at hm dlsjioHal t"
piixli the work aa rapidly as possi-
ble. The outci hi- of the Interurbar
muddle is being wan lied with grea'
ahead with lis work. The company i Interest in thl.; -.ectlnn as the build
has already secured seven miles of ' Ing ol such a line will soon give d
right of way and ut tne prrrem r.ne
of progress will have about SO teams
at work throwing dirt on the grade
within fifteen day.
The -Mid Continent company in
asking no bonus or stock subscrip-
tion from anyone and they say they
will span th" Arkansas river with a
$l."..00fl concrete oridge. .1 Hubert
rect electric line lomwctlons
tweeti Oklahoma City and .lopliu.
Fri(jlitful Fate Averted.
tl.... 1 .... X- ... ft . .
y ... ......r .MHnuiaciunns wlt! nonnelly and with the work h
u. iMun-f .iiaiiiH.n iiinnc i o unver j
Chllh it Plow rk. Tanney.
hill Co. Smith & Sons; Hn-
clne-Sllttlev Co.. Arnold VV'nlhnr. I
b.-e. Chat.. Ttippnn Shinier Fene lon '1k1"" :mi1 hr! lK whurc' th" K'"
Co.. .los. W. Moon Htii;gy Co. tn s I'eoterted by a patent. The wa-
Moon lire-. Carriage Co. md Fritz ! r ' hrought from the sources ot
llros. Auto Co.. I.ce Motor Co.. Tinker I supply Into these basins. It Is mixed
Motor Co ; with air as i. comes in and by this
method the foul smell nnd tiwte If any
exists la romowd. The water Is fore-
pany. when ashed nnoik the matter
this mornl'ig would not -ommP ii'tu-st-lf
but suited that tlu company
Both Boys Saver.
1onls I loon a leading merchant of
Norway .Mich. writes: "Threu bot-
tles of Foley's Honey -and Tar abo
lutoly cured my boy of a severe
cough and a neighbor's hoy who
wan so III with a cold that tho doc
tors gave him up was cured by
taking Foley's Honey and Tar."
.Vothln else I a-t safe and curtail'
In n suits. Sold by all druggists.
I1CST HORSES ARE COMING
"I would have been a cripple for Oklahoma Will Again Have the Finest for 'H't above the pipes that stand
me. irom a lerrinio cui on my anee p.hihiitnM ....
cap." writes Frank Illsberry. Kelll : c ' . c
her. Minn. without ltuckl. n s Arnica I . . ? '.
Salve which simiii cured me." Infa! T1"' v'r' "nest of the horses In the
Hole for wounds cut and bruise-. I'1 eat studs of the country w III be at
It soon cure Hums. Senilis old he Oklahoma state Fair. Secretary
orcs lloils Skin Kruptlons. World's Mahan has received requests tor stulls
bet for Piles. 2.1c at Ardmore I'har- from lending breeders.
"BREWERY ACT" COMING HERE
Trained Horses That Amazed Europe
Imported by Mingling Bros.
In all the history oC animal train-
ing the gr.-at.-st iirllle wment is Unit
of the wonderful llrowery Act which
elti'trlfliil all Kurope last winter. The
n in .... ... - .. ... . '
an- ... n. nui- flKainni wie .. ... neromiillalitiuuit i.f
Ktat-- banking law on the theory tliatjthl. lrttjmP Alla.rt av.hnmiu.
It breeds reckleas bunking and in-' Qf o.rmany.
i' iiiinam pninKiiiK iRin man era i When It Is aeen
iinanu.li win appeal lightly to tile
J. C. Knbinson. Townndn Knns.;
Morris & Co.. Chicago. II.; Walker
llros.. filcncoe Okln.: A. .1. Hentliorne
Oklahoinn City. Okln.; J. (!. Tyler l-:d-inonil.
Okla ; C. K. llaker. Oklahoma
City. Okla.: .1. . Cnggerty. Oklahoma
City. Okla.. have reserved talls In the
Inhibition Horse Mams.
Morris & Co.. of Chicago will exhi-
bit their Champion Six Horse Clydes-
dale Team. Individually nnd collec-
tively the six hoises haw 121 ribbons
to their credit Including Champion-
ship of Kuglnnd. Scotland. Canndii and
Probably the most interesting por- ! Daniels then stated that in tho build-; fllli frt3"'"' taa .1..0U0
Hon of the plant are the .sediment:-1 ing u stoel girder had been used
where tho spiclflcatlons called for -wood
the walls of the pumping sta-
tion were made thicker the clear well
was made larger and the capacity ot
tin entire plant was being made great-
er tiian the specifications called for
This same question of making a plant
hotter than the specifications was ajk
ed C. P. Hmce of Pauls Valley and his
answer was that cauls Valley got a
better Job than tho specifications call-
for. A system built upon honor and
not upon graft" seems to be the watch-
word of Mr. Donnelly and the people
Jor whom he has done wo.-U have th-
greatest confidence in his ability and
his honesty of purpose.
Ilpe Ardmoreiio Wnnt Adr
out In the ImsliiM and comes down ll
.1 fountain. The reinforced cement
walls of the basins are made in quad-
ruple strength. The prussure of th.
water Is figured nnd the walls are
made four times as strong as are re-
quired. The reinforcing is done wltn
twisted stiel barn of three-fourths
inch. There are nine rings of the-n-bars
around the battlns and every fom
feet running vertically bars are placed
through the walls and these bars are
buried at the lmse In five feel of ce-
ment. The walls are fifteen Inches
at the base and slope to eight Inches
at the top. These walls are further
strengthened by pilasters which are
built at Intervals ot thirteen feet all
around the basins. These pilasters
Tulsa. Okla. Oct. I. Then is a
big fight on in Tulsa at p-cu-nt to
see who will build an iutcniilian
electric line from here to Snpulpa
anil intermediate points. There are
Just four companies waiting on the
people and the commercial and ni'i-
Mingling Hitw.. circus on Thursday
Oct. 7 it will ue readily admitted that
all the other o-callel trained horse
act which have toured America In
the past wea-e very tame affairs In
vot rs when they know that if losses
ounr the bankers alone must stand
that loss anil that their funds will
In hafc If It were true that guaran-
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" "s a'H uuiiaer comparison. The Schumann hor.e.
mo.- carelosa and more Inclined to!walu oll ur hlmJ . llrlllh
P'mKc. the people Iwll vote to pro-iarc.. Wk.. aml IIIMh ......i. o her
a'Kiut In hug.- brewery barn-ii.
Another a-re.it examole of nn'mal d
urn will have no remedy t- 1 u.tn i foull4i iK. M.w ...!lBnt
They C4U1 only ask that Hl I m-hc-li thre.. Mir he-mm call
t i . .e return to the old school f. i-ach other up by telepnone from one
r. i '' "'' hanking. They hae no ea f the big t. nt to Hie other. They
P-teotion to offer the people niidji uh..r eouatlv remarkuble things.
can -liter the cam and the te. 1 imil u.-eiir.n with
nlclptil organizations are in a quau-
the United States. This team will be j hae a ground purchase extending out I arj- t0 Know what to do. One com
pany asks that the city and county
on exiiitiitloii ilaily
and will attract
ti . ;
their own interests instead of
interest of the bankers. The r-
OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR
September 29 to October 8 1909.
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JJ You neet! an Ardmorelte 11
ti map to assist you In drter-
" mining the location of your
! oil asphalt gas and all e.ind
n ciriictits. Send 11.00 for the
t: Weekly Ardmorelte one year
or the Daily Ardmorelte two
months and we give you a
copy of the very latest may ot
the new state.
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One e t!i.. tl r -.. -m.lfivlt
a le Hie i ri el ii. rin In iii-. en
tnliii-d In r. l-.-m. ! u.-. t'u iti'peiia.
urs of Ii.- finiiMiH t.ixulV' tonic I Jr.
CaldwellV t-iyrup IVjjkIh. Prtca 60
cent or 11 a boltio of any druguUt.
r . th i.
. u -w phase la ounoio i pol-
keeji tin- fih- a-.i) from
nor matters of county and
- tip government ami the con
by federal i-oitrts and the guar-
of bank depi silk will be 'ii-
aU'ch they mot
dors of tile net.
There a'.' still other great features
o ttwell upon in speaking of this
ear's remarkable program ami nm
half enough spn v at hand to do jus
tie.- to the many foreign artist.- who
are appearing in America for th
t time under the Itlngllng manage
nt' ir l(oblld Ho the Mean wire
visard the Arthur Saxon trio of men
Mui.iner than Saniaon and the thril
H and dangeroiu dounle-'ioiuer-sault-i
'4 act of lxi lV-lle ltoche must not
li mi .-looked.
No exjiense h is been apurcd. ami
rot -i task left undone. In the work
of : u. rliig and enlarging this year's
ie u i.ii.it'on Tho foreign agenta of
"" 'iow ransacked all f Europe anil
fa during last winter for aeusatloiii
nnd they broiiflit buck In the spring
iie im atest array of novelties lhat
twr landed in America in any ten
pre itiu -iars. Not In fifty years of
New York amusenunt affairs htu the
publii been handed a grr-a;rr and Anlmoreito want ads will ront that
mem ideasant urprise than waa the i vacant house for you
IIHWAHU One black muley hi.
giving milk large bag. Liberal re i -a
ward fvr return to 108 north Wash-
ington street. H. H. Corlew. 5 a
Itm KAUB Vw tons of extra choice
bright sorghum and millet buy mix-
ed. n.t car of hay shipped to Ard-
more this season Flno feed for
horses and rows much bettw than
prairie hay. Delivered to your barn
for iU a ton W. F. Warren. Phone
rrom the base seven feet nnd are
three Itiet across. The two basins are
separated by a wall and each of these
basins has a capacity required to meet
the demands of the city. The -ater
is allowed to stand eight hours be-
fore It is pumped out nnd In this In-
Mtinie tho Donnelly system differs
w.dely from other systems which re-
quire the water to stay In motion. On
this point Prof. Drilnrr state chemist
espH lally appr) ed the Donnelly plan
The sediment percolating down
through tho water and settling on the
bottom makes it necessary to clean
the bottoms of the baMns frequently
as Ardmore Is compelled to clean out
the water tower. In the cleaning pro
cess Mr. IXinnelly shows the sktll o'
tho man who Is well on to hi. worii
and he has taken the priKMUM.ni of
covering this cleaning or wash '
tern with a I'nlted States patent It .3
used inclusively in the plants th.C ha
builds. The basins have a conra
liottom. Many oher systems ha' th--flat
bottom and In the concave sii .i
K great advantage Is given thla p in
1c bottom is perfectly smooth t.r.d
a slope from the islge to the
I center of one inch to the foot a
1 te- pipe with the pressure of tl -..v
j ter mains extends around the w tills on
the inside near the liottom Wl
basin is emptied the water with t-r v
! pressure Is allowed to flow fro'i r
vater pipes Into the bottom of 'n
bosln .'.nil the Incline on the hot una .1
lows all sedlnien- to be washed th
center where it enters the sewer t
j tern and Is carded away. This eeo.
' nom'cal system of washing the basins
. will save the cost of constructing a
basin In ten years time.
build a bridge across the Arkanans
river costing in the neighborhood of
1 1.10000. A second company requlr'
the residents of the towns along the
i right of way to stib.icribu a large
amount of stock of which Tulaa's
share will be $i'..1.n00. The third com-
i any w.mts something else
Will t ii i eon -'erns are p-opi
i mg to ha'ld tti- tine (jurs'lon nnd
' r.-ime t '-lit tin peupU- comply Wi'h
ii i'l.iiii requin .net s t.i- fourth com-
Another car of Dangler National
Heaters and Ranges ready for you. They
are quicK baKers fine coohers'fuel savers
and powerful heaters. If you have one
you are satisfied otherwise you are not.
Your old stoves taKen in exchange.
W. M. HILLIS
Furniture Stoves House Furnishings
If Your Money is Not Making 25 per Cent.
It is Doing Nothing
Fine Farm 120 acres on Caddo
Creek six miles from Ardmore
Cheap for Cash.
Six nice lots Highland ParK Ad-
dition to Ardmore. Must be
sold at once. CHEAP.
Fine Farm Lands in Garvin Grady Stephens Jefferson Love and
Carter counties to trade for Ardmore real estate.
Some good land to rent next year
want to sell a farm see me.
Tfyouwanta farm see me. If you
Cruce OKIahoma fIlu ne7 tow.n- wn b winner. Twen8' -Per cc"t ')f
lot snles jMvon to Confederate Home Building Wind.
Wait for something tlmt s worth the money. S2.50 down $1 per week.
FRED V. KINKADE
Roomt r mid 7
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 103, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 5, 1909, newspaper, October 5, 1909; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81165/m1/4/: accessed January 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.