The Madill Twice--A--Week News. (Madill, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, March 8, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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J. U CARTER
K. D. SLOUGH
J. O. M1NTKR
A. G. EAKIN8
J. S. WELCH
V. B. TALIAFERRO
j. W. VAKDERVORT
13. G. GLASS
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C. D. HARRISON
PERSONAL PICKUPS ■
About People and Our Friends Who
Come and Go.
r A IV* Meets at Masonic Hall
A. F. ' A. Pi. Saturday Night oa
before the lull Moon. J. S DtLtlKOHAM, W. M.
K. M. Everett, Sec.
WH W Meets at Woodman Hall 1st and
. U. W# 3d Tuesday, W. Franklin C.'.
W F. Schewe. Clerk.
Ti A WJ Meets at the Woodman Hall
D. U. W. Every Wednesday night.
TVf \\T A Meets at Woodman Hall every
W • A. Thursday in the month.
R. P. Glenn, V. C. J. C. Tinsley, Cler k
I A f\ i: Meets every Saturday Night
1. U Ue r- at Odd Fellows Hall
W. H. daugherty, N. G.
w, T. McCracken, Sec.
yr Meets every Thursday night at
k. ol ". Pythian Hall. w, f. slauohteb,
C. C. W. T. Pace, V. C.
EASTERN STAR Meet, at
2d Tuesday. Mrs. A. g, Aiken, >v. m.
Wads Hancock, Sec.
WOODMEN CLRCLE Meets 2nd Friday Injach
month at Woodman Hall. Mrs. Cwmmi
Tippit, G. Mrs. Hattik Hendkrson, Clbkk.
REBEKAHS Meets every Monday night at
f OOF Hall. Mrs. Ci-emmie Tippit. N. G.
Mrs. Mattie Hardy. Sec.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Preaching... 11 a. m. and 7p. m.
Ladies AidiSociety Monday 3:00 p. m.
Prayermeeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Rev. J. J- Gibson, Pastor.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. ni.
Prayer Meeting,Wednesday.- 7 p- m-
Ladies Aid Society last Thursday in
each month .-3 p. m.
Jos. Kirk, Supt.S. S.
A. W. Crawlrd, Pastor-
Church of Chmt
Preaching every fourth Lords day at
11 a. m. and night,, also Saturday
night before- Bible study 2:30 p. m.
every Sunday afternoon.
Taos. E. Millhoi-and, Minister.
Pint Christian ^Church
Sunday School every Sunday at
Christian Cottage ...10a- m.
A. C. Bbngk, Supt.
Services every Sunday.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Preaching-- ---Ji a'm-
Preachag — 7:3£ p- m-
Epworth League -- 8 P-
Prayer Meeting Wednesday7:30 p. m.
Home Mission Monday 3 p. m.
Choir Practice Friday 7:80 p. m.
I. K- Waller, Pastor.
Corrected Sunday, Mec. 16,lOOO
No. 512, Express 7:20 a. m.
No. 510, Meteor 3:10 p. m.
No. 504, Express 9:45 p. m
No. 509, Mettor 10:03 a. m
No. 513, Express 12:30 p. m
No. 511, Express -9:45 p. m.
No's 504 , 511, 512 and 513 make
local stops No's 509 and 510 stops
on at principal points. ,
No. 46 "Arkansaw" lvs..7:50 a. m.
No. 66, "Accommodation" 7 K a- m.
No. 43, To Ardmore,Ives..8 K r- m.
No. 45, To Ardmore, lves--fi:45 p. m.
Arrive Frcm Ardmore.
No. 46 £15 a. m.
No. 44 2:45 P n .
M. E- Church South—Preaching
every Second Sunday at 11 a.m. Sun
day School every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Rev. J. B. Blackwood, P. C.
Church of Christ—Preaching First
and Third Lord's Day and Saturday
before. T- H- Mathadson, Minister.
Oakland Singing Class meets First
and Third Sunday's in each month-
H, H, Rnu.iNR. Pres.
Bruce Cook is on the sick
Alex Knowls was a DeniBon
E. D. Payne of Ardmore was
in the city yesterday.
~A W. Hupp of St. Louis, was
in the city Thursday.
T. W. Howe visited friends at
"Mr. Eliott and family are mov-
ing today to Oakland.
Clarine Cook visited Ruby Car-
ter at Madill last Saturday.
Ellis Russell and wife were in
the city shopping yesterday.
■lr • Bob Jones wo are glad to
It ra is vory much improved.
Born—To Albert Young and
wife a ten pound girl the 6'.h inst.
Joe Dillingham and wife spent
Sunday with the family of Ed
N. T. Gilbert is on a business
trip to Lawton, Byars and other
G, E Barnard was transact
ing business in Woodville Wed-
.}. R. Ilearn and J. H. Duke
wore in Tishomingo on business
Charlie Brown, who is in the
race for sheriff in earnest was in
J. E. Dillingham and R. L.
Davis made a business trip to
Willis v ;terday.
Elvin Cook has accepted a pos-
ition with Walter Jones dry goods
comp. j ' Ph.-;rman.
Master O tr, Tolinferro who has
been quitn pifk for the past few
days, is reported better.
Mrs. Ben Grady and little son,
John, r ), are visiting their
parenfs Mr. and Mrs. J. B- Cook.
J. M. Hoaid Jr. of Scott-
Baldwin Co., has moved his fam-
ily from Ada to Madill to reside.
E. F. Lacy of Dallas repre-
senting the Best & Lacy cigar
company, was in town yester-
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cook
have returned from Deming, N.
M. and are visiting at J. B.
Bob Jones and little daughter,
Dixie, will goto Sherman tonight
to visit-Nrs. Jones who is improv
J. L. Morton attended Osoar
Hanna, who was hurt Wednes-
day, to Denison for treatment
T. H. Parker who has been
visiting in Bowling Green Ky.,
for some months returned here
Mrs. K. M. Anderson and lit-
tle son, Jack, have returned to
Denison after a few daya visit
with her parents here.
B. M. Colby who has been
teaching at Lone Elm has closed
his school and will visit relatives
in Texas for some time.
Aswegoto press a splendid
rain is falling aooomoained by
thunder and lightning. The rain
means muoh to tillers of the soil.
The dinner Monday was a suc-
cess realizing $40.00 net. The
W, H. M. S. desires to thank the
people who so liberally contribut-
W. T. Pace, Frank Carter,
Ed Devaney and others of the
K. of P. Lodge here and Joe
London and son, Charlie, of
Ardmore, went from here to Plat-
ter yeeterday to institute a K. of
(Continued from Prge 1.)
They would'become a quick and
responsive asset. In this new
State it can b3 adopted at great
advantage, because titles have a
brief origin or starting point.
The expense of furnishing certifi-
cates of title would be much less
than in old states where the mu-
niments of title extend through
many volumes. Let the new
State adopt the System. It may
not be put into the constitution
as the legislature will be suffi-
ciently empowered to put it into
forco.if it is the will of the people-
In every sphere of human ac-
tivity great risks call for large
profits. The proposed system
gives security to the ipvestor and
curtails the tribute for credit ex-
tended under the old system.
Within the past fow days the
Wall Street Journal which sffeks
to give information, as to good
security, to moneyed barons and
investors of Wall Street and oth-
er parts of the United States, has
spoken volumes for the system,
by editorially stating that the
Torrens Land Certificate is evi-
dence of the best title known in
law and that the investments in
the same are the best that can
possibly be made. We must con-
clude that if profits are made
commensurate with the risks,
this system would prove a boon
to the borrower.
The assurance fund, contrary
to Mr. Henshaw's contention,
has been held by the highest ju-
dicial authority to be constitu-
tional and the system not a nov-
elty in our jurisprudence. Those
who have been deprived of land,
through no fault of their own,
but through fraud, negligence,
mistake or misfeasance of any
recorder, can resort to this fund
for indemnity for any loss they
might have sustained.
tures for its adoption. The Uni-
ted States govejneaent has offi-
cially approved of the plan by in-
troducing it in the Philippines,
Hawaii and Pcrto Rico. At the
World's Real Estate Csngress in
1903, made up of:well known experts,
the following resolution was car-
ried with but two dissentihg votes:
"It is the sense oj the Worlds
Real Estate Congress that they
shall do what lies in their power
to call the attention of the various
state legislatures to the benefit of
the Torrens System, and recom-
mend its adoption, so modified as to
suit it to their state constitution
I am advised that a number yf
the local unions and one branch
of the Farmers Union of Indian
Territory, havo endorsed the sys
tem. The president of our con-
stitutional convention and Hon.
R. L. Owens, candidate for the
United States Senate, and many
other prominent men in this state
have been considering the system
and are to day earnest advocates
of the same. I assume the respon-
sility for putting a plank, declar-
ing for the system, in our plat-
form for this district. It was en-
dorsed by our convention, and I
venture the assertion that Mr.
Henshaw voted for the distin-
guished gentleman who was eleo-
ted as our delegate to the consti-
tutional convention on that plat-
form. Ah, "consistency, thou
art a jewel."
William M. Franklin
If you want either of the Sunday or
Weekly papers, leave your order with
me and I will deliver the paper Satur
day night or Sunday, namely:
St. Louis Sunday Globe-Democrat-
St. Louis Sunday Republic.
St. Lpuig Post Dispacth.
Saturday Blade and Chicago ledger.
Also general line of Weekly Novels
and Magazines. J- D. McCluskey.
t THROUGH THE SOUTHWEST j
We guarantee Hammer paint
not to flake or rub off, you will
finditatR.C. Frame'o 39-tf
The New York World
W. 0. W. meets every First and
Second Monday night's in each month.
M. B A- meets every Second
Tuesday night in each month-
P. Lodge at that place.
Mr. Henshaw says, "I take it
that Mr. Franklin, like many
others, has not given this matter
serious thought." Well, that is
going some, but 1 shall treat it as
a friendly thrust. He remind:
me of a man who was on a jury
that could not agree. He bad
hung out against eleven men un-
til they were discharged. After-
ward he remarked, "there were
eleven of tha contrariett men I
ever knew." I am not by my-
self in sympathy for the Torrens
System - The Bar Associations
of nearly every state have de
clared such a system constitution-
al and commended iUCommittees
of different legislatures have done
the same. The Bar Association
of Texas commenced to consider
the proposition in 1897. They
had a special committee to inves
tigate it for five years, and fin
ally in 1904 they passed a resolu
tion recommending the law Just
recently a bill to put in force the
system has been introduced in the
Texas legislature. It is not a
new idea. The system has been
in use in Buda PeBth since the
twelfth oentury. It prevails in
the entire German empire, in
Denmark, Norway, Russia and
the German oantons of Switzer
land. It is the law of all Austra
lia, but the truest test of its mer
its lies in its operation under the
English law. It is in force in
most of the British oolonies, even
in the center of feudal relics
commons and advowsons. Bills
are pending in several legisla
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