The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 54, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 29, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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MimrORE. INDIAN TERRITORY. SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMRER 2.. 181I5.
Thos. J. Cornelius
II i 1T0
J I GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT
Great Clearing Sale
Former Low Prices cut in two. We are overstocked and in order j
to make a clean sweep sure we begin this sale in time.
Office in First National Bank.
."(. (M) Suits reduced to $3.30
7 "0 Suits minced to 4.30
10.00 and 12. OO Suits reduced to 5.60
Boys' Knee Suits.
We are agents of Sej'ilm;ui & May Faultless suits.
Nothing 1 etter for a Christmas Present.
Hoys' knee suits worth $1.(M) reduced to. 50c
Hoys' knee suits worth 1. ."() reduced to . 90c
Lot KM) Hoys' $2.00 suits only 1.25
G404 Hrown Cheviot double-lrested doulde knee and
seat worth $4.."0 reduced to 2. TO
C."ii)."i Hlue 1'oniliination 2 pair punts coat and eolh -g
eaporly ?. 2.70
C407 Double breasted black Cheviot square cut suits
worth .").00 reduced to 2.75
C41S Same in Brown worth f.'i.OO redu--d to
040 lirey Cheviot double seated and kneed
4.."0 reduced to
f")14 Dine Cheviot double -br.ated worth :t. M re
f"K Same in Drown worth '5.00 reduced to
filos Our 4.."0 Suits o for a Xtnas Present at
27." Our .1.(mi Suits go for a Xmas Present tit
("00l Our 4.o0 Suits go for a Nnias Present at
1."i(is Our 4. cm) Suits go for a Ninas Present at
S2")4 Our fl.oO Suits go fur a Ninas Present at
.'!2o: Our ."".. "o Suits go for a Ninas Present at
2012 Our HUM) black diagonal suits go for
Your choice of uny John 1. Stetson hat in the house
until Xmas onlv
riAVBE YOUR Wife
Wi.uI'I think m..re of vim thec c.!d winter il.ivw if vou woufd
irive your roiiM-nt fr her t drop a t.t.il card in t lie'Amf rlran
Meani Laundry and have tl.eni p-t tin- d-dlie in w i-h and roanjrie.
Like to have h. r luux s in lit -wip mhIi the"' n.M day and you
We have a great stock of Men':
almost half of their values.
Shirts and Underwear. We have reduced Prices to
Buy your XMAS PRESENTS in useful articles they are more appreciated and more
substantial. Why not depend on us for Clothinsr Shoes Hats and Dry Goods. Safety as
well as Satisfaction comes from dealing at the Best Place. Your money back if you want it
now after Christmas and all the time.
Jtpprapraite Useful end Cheap.
1 pair of fine blankets.
1 fine quilt.
1 linen tabic co cr.
1 dozen line towels.
1 dozen line napkins.
Suitable Presents for Men.
1 doen line linen handkerchiefs.
Fine silk handkerchief.
Fine pair of suspenders.
1-2 dozen line sox.
1 dozen line collars.
1 -2 dozen linen culTs.
Fine Stetson hat. (we have only
the genuine) .
1-2 dozen line shirts.
1 pair fine shoes.
1 pair jrloves.
Fine trunk. 1
Xmas Presents for Ladies'.
Fine silk. handkerchief.
Fine linen hemstitched hand'ehf.
Pine kid gloves (all styles).
1-2 dozen paiis line ho.
F.legant dress pattens.
1 pair fine shoes.
We carry a full and complete line
of silver and toilet articles which
we warrant pure sterling silver we
will sell them until Ninas only at
just one-half of our iTgul.tr price.
Thev cniit .f
Link cuff button.
Shirt wait sets of buttons links
Silk garters with silver clasp nil
at half price.
Come and See us
To have the riot lies washevl aed matured at the American Stearu
I-aiimiry Hi. in M Is tn par a d.-ti.r' I. ill afier a rah day at home
t hN Meat her. We do it fi.r KUT. tKNTs A inrNIi.
Starched work 7.1 rent T tlnen piive. Handwork a qIa!ty. Lare
Curtains laundered by the ! iie-t improved iiictli.-i. S-v regular price list on
all other tp-Kls. Jlcae give u a trial.
4MERl(tyl STEAM LAUUDRy
Court St m-t 0.I1I Kell'iw-' Ituilding -:- ALLKN" A. K'ALKS Titor.
Ca-ii on Ir.uv:itr. f
Cvir Colors 4 aad Santa Fe Railway.
soitii nor no.
Oalvesfoa and rhlcafnFiMvM - - 3 i)t.n.
t leburne and Kiuua City F-xprea - a a p. m
Uvlveatou and Chlcaro Rxpreea - It J a m.
Cleburne aol ksnsaa . n Lxprcaa ll.aia.m
I. R. MVMiX.TIrkel Afc-t.
W. H. KFF.XAN. J-n. I'a. Art.
local raoDrra aarr.
rrrrt dllr bf Brxljr Brna.)
Sprloir rhlrkraa. frr dui f f
Arrival aad Dcparlwrc V. S. Mi!!i.
South bound mail cloe :!" p. m.
Smith hound mail arrive 5::U) p.m.
North bound mail flown 11:1 a. m.
North iKiund mail arrive 12:00 m.
Night moil art clowd at 8:.'flJ p. m.
Money order department in open
at h a. rn. and closed at 5 p. ni.
)me hour from S a. rn. to C p.m.
Sundays from 8 a. m. to 9 a. m.
John s. Hammer 1. M.
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The Butchers of Hierfr Prices.
Of Interest to Parents.
Miss Waynick's private school
will open Monday Dec 30 in College
building on Court Btreet. Besides
the common branches sjjecial lessons
in physical culture and elocution
will be Riven without extra charge to
all pupils attending. The Mason
system of Vocal music will be made
a regular study. Tuition for the
imru graae si.50; fourth gradell.50;
nun grade $2.00. 27-2 t
. The partnership heretofore exist-
'"S between llrady Bros and Arch
Mathews doing a grain business
w west Main street in the city of
Ardmore have this dav dissolved bv
wuual consent a:d Arch B. Math- !
ews retiring and the said Brady ;
Bros will continue the.business coi- j
jett all notes and accouts. Thanking!
Joj all tor past. favors we are j
. fiK.uiY linos. i
-iO Ardmore I. T. JJee. 2:5 'n j
Tfce Arimoreite is in no waye- j
sponsible for nor will it pay any '
debts contracted by any employee of j
tbis ofliee unless accompanied by!
fder signed bv the business
nianager. ' !
Fresh oysters every dav at Vv". B.
stFp 11 line of silverware just received '
L. -ker?s jewelrv store. Take a j
Pesp m his show window. i
They Are All Rltfht.
L. W. Howe manager of the opera
house is in Denison having gone
over there to see the Hoyt Comedy
Co. which begins a weeks engage-
ment here next Monday night. He
was greatly pleased with the per-
formance and yesterday wired the
Ardmoreite as follows:
Denison Tex. Dec. 2S 1895.
Daily Ardmoreite Ardmore I. T. :
Notify public that lioyt'a Comedy
Company are first class in every
respect. L. V. Howe.
Fou Sale Two desirable residence
lots in Ferndale addition. A big bar-
gain for cash. Apply at this office.
Ed MeKelvey the affab'le book-
keeper for S. Westheimer & Co. at
Marietta came up from that place
For Sale Two desirable residence
lots in Ferndale addition. A big bar-
gain for cash. Apply at this office.
Ardmoreitk does job printing.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the City National Bank of
Ardmore I. T. tor the election of
seven directors to nerve the ensuing
year will be held at their ofi'ce in
Ardmore on Tuesday Jan. 11 lsOti
between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4
1-Vlm Don Lacy Cashier.
Attention Young Folka.
The Ardmoreite desires to call the
attention of the young people of ArdJ
more contemplating matrimony that
we are prepared to execute wedding
cards on short notice and in first-
class style. Don't send away or ac-
cept inferior work when you can get
the very best riht here at most reas-
For SaleTwo desirable residence
lots in Ferndale addition. A big
bargain for cash. Apply at this of-
fice. Judge R. L. Boyd of Tishomingo
has returned from Washington where
be had been in the interest of the
intermarried citizens. He is confl
dent this congress will solve the
Indian problem by radical legisla-
tion. The Cream bakery is head quarters
for all kinds of first class confect-
If you want to get your business
before the people place your ads in
Bring on Your Wood.
The Ardmoreite will accept in
pjiv ment of subscriptions to the week-
ly. 1W cords of stove wood giving
oe.o vear's subscription for a good
average two horsn load of sound wood.
).ri:i. on your wood and set the best
paper in the Indian Territory.
j A Good Appointment.
! Governor Culberson has appointed
Judge C. C. Potter of Gainesville
i and Judge Willie of Galveston to
I occupy the supreme bench in the
trial of a number of appealed rases
j where Judge Reuben R. Gaines and
T. J. Brown are disqualified to ait in
j the same. It baa not yet been
I definitely ascertained when they will
assume their duties. Tbe Gainesville
' peo'.le congratulate the gentlemen on
j their appointment. Gainesville Reg-
ister. George Frasher at the Cream bak-
ery is head quarters for holiday
j good high grade confectioneries
i and everything kept in a first class
goody-goody establishment. 1-Vlw
! E. C. Collins late manager for C. A.
I Sammous' lumber yards at I'urcell
is in the city.
One Honest Man.
l)k;a EniToa: rieane inform ruar readers
I that If rltt.-n ! c il lvniUlly I will mail In
a bealpil leltrr I he I'Un urUfd t y ahlcb l!
: a I'eriiianen'lr rrtrt-l to health and
! m:inly vltor. after ri-ar of Ktifterlnic from
Nervous Weakne. 1-o-n ..f Manhoo.l. Lai k
' of Confidence etc. I have no hi'me to ex-
tort nioi.ey from anv one a hoinxeer. I
. p.-irlv lust fa!;h in ni.-.nUo.!. l ut thutik
heaver I am now well vigorous ajul strotii;.
and anlott to make this certain means of
tiure kcown to all. Havlnic Dothlnit to sell
or ae id C. . IK. I want no money. Address
' J-. A. llAsais. tx.x 1160. Delrar. Mich
Christian Church Frensler street. r.
vices et err Lord's dsjr at 11 on a. nu and a 14
p. m. ttundar Hchd m a. m. Prarer
meetlnir every Wetlnesdajr I 11 1. n. t boir
t-rsctice every Fridsy evenlnc st a IS t. m.
Ladies' Aid Koclely every Toesday after-
noon at the church at . m. Mite and So-
cial meetlna every Tueday nicht at (dace
aunonnced each l.rtl a ila . Oihcera nie-
Inu flrt Lord's day In es h month. Alt are
corillally Invited to ail wrlr.
Jttm M. London. hu't Mao-lay h.d.
Volney Jobosoa I'aator.
Klrst Batllt Chorch Broadway street.
Hert Ires every Sua.Ur at II o a. n.. ami a a
p. n. Prayer meetlna" Wednesday eveolnic s
st a o'clock fonday Hrb'Mti at 3 a. m.
i hoir practice Friday evenimc's at a u'rlwt.
Dr. Yonnc. Pastor.
M. E. Chnrch South Comer Broad i and
Church street. Prearhlnir every aitisih
momlna at II a. m.. aad T JB p. m. prater
meetlnif W'ednesday evenlnir s" .t). sua
dse H. bo. every Hahhsib st 10 a. m. K-
worth Leamie p. aa. A. T. Ualkiway. Paniur.
Cumtrland Presbyterian Church Corner
Church and Cumberland atreea. "ervlcea
every Sunday at II a. m.. and 7 a p. m.
Praver meeting Wednesday. Choir practice
Saturday evenloff. Hstitalb fecbrad al 9.30
a.m. FverytMMly cordiailr Invited to wor-
ship with us. J. '. VMIIism. eue't.
J. E. Awl.rey Pset.-r.
Ardmore Mission M E. Church S..v.;h -Services
at Tabernarle. Mission Retire aodltlon.
comer Wolverton avenue and t art' t lnet.
S rv lees every first and third Sunds . ui..
ami every Sunday evening al 7 Coma
and worship with us.
J. H. f Jodfrey. Pastor.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHl'RCH.
a v w a m n
Spnna-er aad Frensly Stresta
oshl.stb II a. m.. tnornlna- worship
l.nH eveninn worohip.
: A a. m.. Sundsv s b-d.
Wednesiay a p. n... raer meetinr-
p. m.. hfMinB mcctinir.
We extend a cordial Invitation to all to
worship with us. 11 a stranger we dlre
your aciuaintaace. In tbe name of the Mas-
ter we welcome von.
Kav. C. C. McOtsLav. pastor.
PI snosi. 1 2 2 S.OO apwar-ta. Want
Vsent. t atalorue free. ddrea
Daniel Y. Beaity. Waablartua.KJ
Jtotlce la herrhy slvea thai I will proceed
to aeil at public auctlow. to tke hlrkeaf and
leat t.ldiler for rsh In bsad that certain
( aaenbaadis kmixl aa LeSaaua.
la-lian Trrntorr. In the batldlnr hetetofor
i .iru.e. li J. W. Laves alsutbe bwlMta
in wn'cn ssio stocb ol mercaamiiae la sitaa-
tl. Iiihrf wltb tba cowntera. sbelva anil
all futures. Kald property haelor bwi
c.nv o'l lo me as assignee of tbe ssid t. W.
Eaves. ty v Inue of a certain deed otaaslrn-
ment exerutel frr Ibe said J. W. Eaves oa
tbe JIM. day id November iaaa.
Said sale will take place la front of the
tore buildioa beretofwrw occupied he aa4
J. W. Eaves la tba towa of febaaow Indian
Territory oa January sib laaaL
Joa P. Roaisow. Asslr&ee.
Dated thla Decern her. ard. lavtv. a-Un
BEATTY'S CRSAIS "hfaVdTre
or rail. Daniel P. Beatty. Wasbmctoav. Sm
t'tiTKD Htvtss op A m air a.
Hortmiv Ji mi lit In. tan r.
Aanwoaa. Ivoiai Taaairoav. I
To Whom It alav Concern:
Motive la herel'V itlvra that en the 2Sflh day
of January. A. D . I- at the hour of 1
o'clock p. m. at my stable known as tbe
Ardmore Livcrr siat.le. In the citr..frd-
more. Indian Temtorv. I will sell at putdlc
auction for cash in hand to t he hls'tiest l.l.l-
der. tbe follow ikk drscrited proj-erty. t-
ne double-sealed two-bore hck. the
runnlnsr fears of which are painted red. the
ImmIv of which Is painted black ar.d of tbe
probable vaiuc of tto at.
This sale will be made In accordance with
the lawa in force In mis Trrritorr. rovern-
inv the sale .if properly left In tbe hands or
care of a llverv tabl- keeper for th- money
due sai 1 kfr for livery bill and the ex-p.-neof
ke-innc the same.
This vie .11 be made to 3t lafy a debt of
tvi V0. e.ue ti e for liverv bill l.y tt Conti-
nental Ap:Ut Cot ipsny. i i.ruii-. r
follow llir m-inhi f. tirecn II. Raun. W. w.
Trsk. W. 1. s biitma'ton and s. ucker-
man. J- K- !-! as.
Proprietor of the Ardmore Li ery S'at le.
This 'Tth day of )nfa.!r. - lltn
Novice AMllsct'i Sal.
Coited Stale of America. 1
Southern Judicial DlatrH-t. I
Aanwoaa. Ian. Tan.
Know all men by thesa preseats:
That by v inn of tne power veated la two aa
aaaiiraee .f W. U. stsntfer. tbe deed aad evi-
dence of w kick waa aied la the Caltd Si slew
1 lerka office at this place .on twviub. Uaav. I
will on tbe Htb tiay of January. A. D issm.
at tbe hour of il o'clock a. m at tba boaao
of tbe said W. I. staalfer isaa aallo aaa4 vt
Overbrook. Indian Territory sell al public
auction taw ImIhisix vlescrtbwd pruowny
Tbe terms of which will bs rash la baad.
One bar mare mule branded Cm tbe left Jaw.
li handa blh. lea Tsars oldj ooo korso
mute not branded alx years old. Ik l-t
hands blKb: Mi bola av Sbrp(rd trac-
tion engine tea horse power; one Rusaell
separator cycioae. aad all tba macblavary
aev-essary to run Ibe same. Inrludlas; oaa
bore p4wer tf tbe mow brand.
Ind. Tbe follow Ina deacribed property
wtiil iMiltl by rviavt of tbe aanae power
ve ed la me aa atjove set forth as asairwee)
of tbe aama party and oa tba as Die term aa
tbe atve. and for tbe same punMee oa tbs
ame date but to be sold al tba boar of two
o i I'M-k. i. m.. at tbe poet office of Oreea. In-
dian Termor described aa folWwa to-Wit:
Ho arliif Fairtianks scaiee; one set of
of blackamii b toola and all tba lastrwaaaata
I aat aro wit b the same: one cottoa gtm eoa-
.tla of one Alias U.lli-r and Era eaclae.
T t.uliet inn atan-la. one Hail rla staad. oaa
Pratt Bin stand tbe two Brat ol which are a
saws tbe last two of wbi h are to saws; owe
double Rosa presa; oae prsa: oae
corn mill caat boun-l. one circle saw mid
sad bcliini- necesasry lo ran tbe aama; uue
shlnKlesaw aad mandrelt. larladlns; ail law
snlnKle outfit : alao the cia hoaae and rla ku
Inclu'liHK a dweltinc hous of tbrew rooaae.
two of a hl h are t'X ruuXM the other of
whli h Is a Iok rMm.
All and earn of Ibe above named artirlea
w ill 1 sold at tbe places named abwva a
the date and b ours ai-ve named and ua tba
tcrma. bv tbe -owrr vested la M as assic-c-e
of tbe ssid W. I. Staalfer.
Ibtalthe lth day of le emNer A. D. 1Mb.
w. w. HTDEJ.
l-jLt A alette of W. D. btaalfer.
PCITTY Plia'H apwarda. roe
t-AIII 0 I iASw ial..ifue addreaa or
i r 11. Daniel F. I'eatty Vs aahlnrto. Ht
BLATTY-M Orrana SJS.0
! F. B'-atty Warbmirtoa. Wew Jersey
tp. For partlcalarw. eata-
a-ue. address or call. Laalt
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