The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 54, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 29, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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Zbc BaHp flrtmioreite.
Published Every Afternoon (Saturday Ex-
cepted) and Sunday Morning.
Office of publication. North Court Street.
One Week - ' - J .15
One Month .60
One Year ------ 8.00
WILSON & PARKER Proprietors.
R. S. W. Parker F. E. Wilsox
Business Manager. Editor.
Entered at the Postofflee at Ardmore an
second class mail matter Nov. 27 '93.
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITY.
ARDMORE. SUNDAY DEC. 29.
The Ardmoreite is in no way
responsible for nor will it pay
any debts contracted by any em-
ployee of this office unless ac-
companied by an order signed by
the business manager.
Beginning with July 1 we offer-
ed a special inducement subscrip
tion rate of $4 per year to the
Daily Ardmoreite the offer hold
ing good for thirty days. One
hundred of our citizens respond-
ed thus saving for themselves $2
and affording us the immediate use
of the money paid in. We have
decided to again make the same
offer from now until January 1;
and would like to increase that list
of paid up subscriptions to two
hundred. We shall not make a
personal canvass of the city but
all who wish to avail themselves of
the opportunity offered can do so
by coming to the oflicf paying $4
and getting a receipt for one year's
subscription dating from January
1. Remember this offer will not
extend beyond the first day of
The Ardmoreite has delinquent
city subscribers whose total ar-
rearages amount to something
more than $1M). This total is
made up of small amounts that
could be easily met by every debtor
and we need the money: it is ours
and we should have it. We have
waited patiently and have never
kicked but now we must protest.
On January 1 we will drop all
from our list who do not settle up
their subscription account or make
some satisfactory anangcnient for
a continuance. We know we
hav'nt a single delinquent who by
a little effort could not pay their
dues. If the Ardmoreite is .;-
preciated show how much by com
ing forward with your dues and if
you fail to do this don't think hard
of us if you miss your paper; it
will not be because we don't want
you to have the Ardmoreite but
because it is a matter of business
after long waiting.
The Ardmoreite was in favor
of sending C. B. Douglas to Wash
ington because we believed he
possessed the energetic qualities
necessary to the accomplishment of
the ends sought to be attained and
we are in favor of keeping hiin
there because we believe he has
already accomplished good results
and is in a position to yet accomp-
lish more than any man we could
send there to take his place. This
is no time for finding fault or
grumbling it is a season for action
concerted action all along the
line. If we will furnish Mr. Dou-
glas with the necessary munitions
of war he will conduct the battle
to a finish and come back with
clean hands and a clear record.
He is doing his part manfully
now let those for whose interests
he lslaboring do theirs.
The little skirmish at Berwyn
between the whites of that place
and a band of impudent and drunk -en
negroes will furnish an abund-
ance of campaign literature for
the Republican press from Kansas
to Maine. They can now harp
about the oppressed negro being
subject to monocracy at the hands
of the whites in the south. Let
them rave but negro impudence
will not be tolerated just the same.
We would suggest to the ladies
of the club temporarily organized
under the name of the Married
Ladies club of Ardmore that they
make it a permanent organization.
Those who were fortunate enough
to be numbered among the invited
guest at their Friday's reception
arc so far as we have learned a
unit in favor of its being niafle
i permanent institution. It's bene
fits are too appi rent to require
discussion. The proper thing for
the ladies to now dc is to perfect
a chartered organization with
sufficient capitalization to provide
a hall or club room of their own.
They would exert a wonderful
influence in the right direction
over the young people and materi-
ally advance the social lines as
they at present exist. By all means
let the club be an Ardmore fixture.
Good dry stove wood of all kinds
always on'hand at the Ardmore wooc
yard under a shed just opposite the
big gin near the compress.
2-1 mo F. M. Snidkr.
WISNOR HOTEL ARRIVALS.
8. 8. TOLSON. PROP.
D O Lively Fort Worth; W Col-
bert Colbert; F Z Edwards St'ouis
J B Kennedy Gainesville; S Myers
F J Neifing Dallas; F J Pearce
Pauls Valley ; FG Jamison Wbites-
boro; L(! Stanfield Fleetwood; C
G Graham Moran Scott city.
Gosh! I feel my nair slipping oat;
I guess I'll go to Jim Sharp's barber
shop and get a bottle of Quinine Hair
About a dozen of the young lads of
this vicinity ho lack considerable
yet of being out of their "teens col-
lected some pretty good sized jags
here last Saturday evening and had
a lovely time they don't think now.
Boys you have many years yet in
which to cut dashes of this sort.
Wait at least until you are out from
under the parental wing if you must
indulge your appetities for intoxi-
cants. It is bad enough to 'see a
grown man mastered by drink; but
the spectacle of mere boys on a jam-
boree is one that lills the parent's
heat with pain and the old toper
himself looks on with undisguised
pity. Pauls Valley Enterprise.
Bring on Your Wood.
The Ardmokeitk will accept in
payment of subscriptions to the
weekly 100 cords of stove wood
giving one year's subscription for a
good average two horse load of sound
wood. Bring on your wood and get
the best paper in the Indian Terri-
tory. Christmas Fire.
The residence of United States
Marshal Williams came near being
destroyed by fire between 5 and 6
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Srioke
and the smell of burning fire caused
its discovery in tim to save it. The
fire company responded to the alarm
and by cutting through the lattice
work in the gables made an entrance
into the building between the ceiling
and roof and extinguished it with
the chemical engine. The fire is sup-
posed to have caught from a stove
flue which was built against a wall.
The damages to the building were
not very great. Paris Advocate.
All kinds of legal printing done on
short notice at this office.
Howard Casler who went to Crip-
ple Creek a couple of weeks ago to
work at the printers' trade has
returned. He had plenty of work
but could not endure the rarifted air
being sick several days. He says
Cripple Creek is a towu of 10000
inhabitants with three daily papers
and is very prosperous and every-
thing booming. Oklahoman.
Blank mortgages of the best form
for sale at this office.
Hold Your Presents.
There is a good time coming chil-
dren. On next Thursday night there
will be a New Year's tree at which
time any one can come hang their
presents and have a good time.
There will be a committee at the
church Thursday afternoon to dec-
orata and arrange presents.
Any presents properly labeled and
left at Young Mason & Coleman's
book store will be cared for and sent
out to the church Thursday.
Prayer by one of the pastors.
Addressl by Judge Kilgore.
Recitation by children.
6. Distribution of presents.
All are invited to come and par
ticipate in making this an enjoyable
Jess Delap of Gainesville is in the
city visiting his sister Mrs. O J.
Mrs. Charles Priddyof Gainesville
who had been visiting Mrs. H. A
Laughlin returned home last night.
Bring us your job work.
For Sale At a bargain a course ;
in business college. If you want a
business education this is your op-
portunity. Apply at this office. I
I ' f Will W
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1ND1AN0LA BUSINESS COLLEGE
LITERARY -:- INSTITUTE
' Formerly N;rth T;i llu.-im-ii Oaiiivot ill-. Trj.
AF?EUr-lCZ3FeHI .... IfvIED. T
Located one mile uortlie.-it of depot on a w l-d
fh-vut ion commanding an extensive view. Kn-
dosiire of ten aere. Tin re are provided e -eral
department aeh cn:up.?e in itself.
Commercial Literary Music . and Art.
Write for ratalogue.
J. M. RUD3S1LL Pres.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Choice of Anything Unsold on Either Tract in
Lots Blocks or Acreage is Offered.
Will exchange for an thing of liicd value lit fair prices.
If you are in Ardmore io May come and ... me and I
will enable you to acquire a home . site upon the most rea-
sonable terms ever offered in any towu.
I have one beautiful tract of five acres well timUred the
nearest tress on we.-t .-ide of Ardmore within easy walk
of the depot.
Watkins Addition and the Dower Tract are within one
mile of the depot and hoth front north on West Main
JOHN A. M
Office in Herbert &
EVER 50LD FOR
p R OESJON A L
Progressive EInterp rising
BEX F. GARRISON M. D.
Office: Over Ramsey & Ross'
Drug Store. Office boom from 8 to
10 a. m. and from 2 to 4 p. m.
Residence on West Mala street
Ardmore 1. T.
R. II. ALVIS M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Diseases of Women Genito-
urinary and Rectal Surgery.
Office: Over Frensley Building
rooms S and 6 corner Mill and Main
street. Leave calls at office or at
Ramsey A Ross' Drug Store.
A.J. Wolverti B.
Jerume C. UcNm.
DRS. WOLVERTON & McNEES
. Ardmore I. T.
Office In rear of City National
LEDBETTER & BLEDSOE
Offick: In Led better & Bledsoe
Building Main Street Opposite
DICK & BROWN
Office Over City drug store. Main
street Ardmore I. T.
IF. C. POTTER F
Notary in office. Will practice
in all Federal and State courts.
Office Up htairs in the Hardy
building Ardmore Ind. Ter.
Kumm-ra llar.lv. Slf nKra-brr.
XTORN E YS-AT-LAW.
N -iy in office. Will practice
in all federal and State courts.
Office Up stairs in Hardy building
Ardmore. 1. T.
EDDLEMAN & KENDUICK
ATTORN E YS-AT-LAW.
Offick: In Hurch Building
South side Main Street Ard-
more I. T.
ROBERT E. LEE
ATTORN E Y-AT-LA W.
Office Over City National Bank
r.more I. T.
Practices In all the courts of the
Office: In Frensley building cor-
ner .Main and Mill street. Ardmore.
Henry M. Kuriuan. f. I llr rhert.
FURMAN & HERBERT
Office Herbert & Lewis building
Ardmore I. T.
F. G. BARRY
Office In the Ledbttter & Bledsoe
building Ardmore I. T.
Newly fitted and renovated from kitchen to garret t. First i-la in cr
particular. Ardmore and Territorr trade solicited
Street cars pas the door.
JOHN LAWRENCE. Prop.
Rrcad Pie. Cakes Confection
first das bakery. Free delivery
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Opposite iWtoflW. ... Ardmore. I. T.
C. F. YanDenbercr
: DEALKB IS :
Lumber Sash Blinds Doors
Lath Shingles Etc.
Ardmore - Ind. Ter.
J. C. Tbotnt-a. Chlll. UiWy
THOMPSON & RILEY
Office Up stair io Roblson build-
ing A -d more I. T.
GEO. M. C l-RTIS R. II. KKLUSY
CURTIS & KELLEY
ATTORN r v- at-la w.
Will practice In all court ia the
Indian Territory and elsewhere.
Office In Herbert Lewis buildine
Ardmore I. T.
STEPHEN W. PARKER
(Of C. P. Mor-rvm Coart Bar)
Wagoner I. T.
Will attend to business in the Ter-
ritory before the U. S. Con grew
Court of Claims and departmenu at
DR. A E. ADAMS
Local ana-stbetics administered for
the painless extraction of teeth.
In Randol's new stone building
corner Main and Mill streets Ard-
more I. T.
A. E. WALTERS
Office In Herbert A; Lewis build-
ing Ardmore I. T.
J. L. WOOD
And Resident Dentist Ardmore I.T.
All manner if men I ami rtil-l-r rk i..n
io thr la'rit aoM ml irmir. tnannrr.
il-l ao1 xrtrlaln r-ti anl ln-li;
rka Jl-rlll r. All murk warratrl .
Kl fw-rl.-t jllfarli..n. Ti-fib runnel
li b-'ut aiu. aul Doc bargr for r lamination.
rnr:-r:. Maim in H.-inlr Huil.lir.i-.
Corner Mala an.) i'j.l.l.. Mrt-rt.
C. B. Douifla. F.A.I.A..
H. A. IxiUKlia
DOUGLAS & DOUGLAS
Reference: Our former clients.
j Offick: In Led Setter & Rledoe
Building Main street. OrooMte Pot
Office Ardmore I. T.
J. A. MAYS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT
Office Corner Main and Mill
streets Ardmore I. T.
J. J. STOI.FA
First class work at reasonable prices.
'Guarantees to satisfy .ua
Main street opposite J. B. Spra-
gins & Co. Ardmore Ind. Ter.
Will attend all calls day or nfght.
Charges reasonable. Residence North
Noble street Ardmore Ind. Ter.
REAL ESTATE AND
Business solicited and given prompt
attention. Office in the R. Hardy
building Ardmore I. T.
Gainesville. Te xa
and everything to tie found in
to all part of the city.
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Wilson, F. E. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 54, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 29, 1895, newspaper, December 29, 1895; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc613929/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.