The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 53, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 30, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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ARDMOEE INDIAN' TERRITORY WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 30. 189(5.
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Episcopal Church Serrlces every Sunday j
U o'clock a. m. and 7:3S p. m. Choir prac-
tice Friday evening-.
W. H. Ayera Pastor.
Christian Church Frensley street. 8er
lces ev-Jry Lord's day at 11 :00 a. m. and S:16
m Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday S:16p. m. Chotr
nractice every Friday evening at 8:15 p. -i.
Ladies' Aid 6oclety every Tuesd y after-
Soon at the church at I p. m. rfite and So-
cial meeting every Tuesday night at place
.nnuunced each Lord'a day. Otlicers meet-
inr first Lord's day In each month. All are
cordially invited to all services.
Goe H. Webb Sup't Sunday School.
Volney Johnson Paator.
First Baptist Church Broadway street.
Services every Sunday at 11:00 a. m. and 8:80
d m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening'!
t 8 o'clock. Sunday School at S:30 a. m.
rhoir practice Friday evening's at 8 o'clock.
Dr.' Young Paator.
M E Church South Corner Broadway and
rborcn street. Preaching every Sabbath
morning at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p.m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:00. Son-
day School every Sabtath at 10 a. m. Ep-
worth League 8 p. m.
A. J. Worley Pastor.
Cumberland Presbyterian Church Corner
phnrch and Cumberland atreeta. Services
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and T:K0 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday. Choir practice
Saturday evening. Sabbath School at 8:30
m Everybody cordially invltd to wor-
ship with us. J. F. Williams Sup't.
J. E. Awbrey. Pastor.
Eat Ardmore M. E. Church South-
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:80
n m. Sunday school 10 a. m. Ep worth
League 3 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
niKbt. A cordial Invitation to all. Come
and worship with us.
3. H. Godfrey Pastor.
FIEST PEESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Springer and FroEily Streets
Sabbath 11 a. m. morning worship;
8 p. m. evening worship.
9:45 a. m. Sunday School.
Wednesday 8 p. m. prayer meeting.
9 p. m.. Session meeting.
We extend a cordial invitation to all to
worship with us. If a stranger we desire
your acquaintance. In the name of the Mas-
ter we welcome you.
1 Rev. C. C. McOinlbt pastor.
Christian Science Service 11 o'clock
every Sunday morning childrens Sunday
school 10:30 at Johnson Cruce & Cruce
building up stairs. Friday evening meet-
ings. 7:30. Johnson. Cruce & Cruce offices
uj stairs. Every one cordially invited to
irursbip with us.
Ardmore Lodge No. 81. A. F. & A. M. Re
gular meeting. Saturday on or before every
full moon at 8 p. m. in Masonic Temple
on er Main and Springer streets. Visiting
brethren are extended a cordial welcome.
H. M. Furman W. M.
D. T. Nisbett Secretary.
Ardmore Chapter No. 11 R. A. M. Regular
uvctiiiKS on second and fourth Thursday's
in each month at 8 p. ra. in Masonic Temple
corner Main and Springer streets VisitiDg
brethren are extended a cordial welcome.
U. H. Bruce H. P.
I. R. Mason Secretary.
Mvrtle Lodge No. 7 K. of P. Meets every
Thursday at 8:15 p. m. in their Castle Hall.
Main street opposite the postoillce. All
rwtloir brethren are invited.
I.C. Thompson. C. C.
W. R. Cullen K. of R. and 8
Ardmore Lodge No. 9. I. O. O. F. Meets
every Monday at 8 p. m. in their hall on
Springer street. Msiting brethren always
VV.T. Gardner. N. O.
I. K. Mason. Secretary
Woodmen of the World. Regular meet
Ingson the second and fourth Fridays In
each month at 8 p. ra. in Knights of Pythias
ball. Visiting brethren invited
Artbnr Walcott C. C.
T. C. Bridgman. Clerk
Kn!hts r.f the Maccabees Ardmore Tent
No. 2. Meets on first and third Mondays in
each month at Judge Hobby's office on Main
street. Visiting members cordially invited.
Edwin Hobby Com.
H. L. Landes. R. K.
Barnett's R R 4 Steamship Ticket Office
a kj n. e u nvr. .vn i sai
Z OKLAHOMA CITY. - - -
4 Reduced rates to all points East and )
a North. Before starting on your a
Journey write nie. Railroad tickets a)
q bought sold and exchanged. Corre- a
spomience promptly answered . a)
0 References: First and State Nation- a
. al Banks.
NEW BARBER SHOP.
Located under Whittington Hotel.
Corner Main and Caddo Streets.
J rirst door on Caddo Street.
j The Finest in the City.
j Everything New Neat and Clean.
t - -. nan vuiiiusi i'ii a in i" "
I ing and in fact anything in the
barber line done in flrst class style
! G. W. MOTTLEY.
CURE A COLD IN ONE NIGHT. WT
VEach wonderful little tablet a separ-1
l ite prescription by best physicians. eV
-"TCOMTAIS NO qCISIXR OBOPIATB8.f
Jf 10c and 25c all druggists Hj
or from eb Corona Co.. Sr. lou s.
I "OrFlTT-WEST D-Q CO. DlgTBIBfTOBS.
Ardmore - and - Tishomingo
Leaves Ardmore 8 a. m. re
turning arrives 6 p. m.
H. JONES. Prop.
headquarters for fine job printing
ne best of stock and unequalled
C. C. POTTER
11 J. W. OWNBY
C. L. POTTER
i formerly of Paris Tz.
C. B. POTTER J B. C. THOMAS.
of Gainesville Texas.
POTTER OWNBY & THOMAS
Ardmore I. T.
This firm is now located over First
National Bank. Will do civil and
criminal practice in all courts in the
C. B. KENDEICK. J. C. GRAHAM.
KENDRICK & GRAHAM
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office over Kearney & Wvse.
M. L. GaEBBTT. COIXIUCI HaBOT
Summera Hardy. Stenographer.
GARRETT & HARDY
Practice in all the Courts Territo
rial state and federal. Special at
tention given to criminal vases.
Office Up stairs in Hardy building1
Aramore. i. r
T. S. BOOTH M. D.
Office over Coleman & J ynn's
Drue Store. Residence West Main
F. O. BAKRY.
Office Over City Drug Store Main
street Ardmore I. T.
DICK & BROWN
Office Masonic building over First
national Bank Ardmore I. T.
E. H. Bond Stenographer.
Henry M. Furman. C. L. Herbert.
FURMAN & I1ERBER.
ATTORNEYS-A r LAW.
Office Herbert & Loais building
Ardmore. I. T.
J. W. SMITH M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over City Drug Store Ard-
more I. T.
W. T. GARDNER M. D.
Office over Coleman & Lynn's
Drug Store Residence North Caddo
LEDBETTER & BLEDSOE
Office: In Ledbetter & Eledsoe
Building Ma n Street.
H. C. POTTERF. W. F. BOWMAN.
POTTERF & BOWMAN
Fked Cakk Stenographer.
Office Up stairs in the Hardy
building Ardmore Ind. Ter.
l""" H aL
When the eirl comes to be a woman
look out. If she starts out iu vigorous
womanly health then it is pretty safe to
say she will be a healthy attractive
The beginning of womanhood is the
real crisis in a woman's life. Nearly
always something ia wrong then in the
distinctly feminine organs. Maybe it
isn't very serious no matter the time
to stop disease is when it starts.
will bring girls safely through the crisis.
Taken at the first indication of weak-
ness it never fails. It regulates the
monthly periods with perfect precision.
Its action is direct upon the feminine
organs that above all others ought to
be strong and well.
Start the girl right. Don't expose her
to the dangers and tortures of dragging
weakness bearing down pains nervous
prostration and the debilitating drains
so common to women.
HcElree's Wine of CardnJ is a home
treatment. It does away entirely with
abhorrent "local examination."
tela at 11.00 a Bsros b Dealers la Bsslcisa.
Tbe Abdmobeitb job department
turns out only first clas we-k.
IJ I Bight
DIED IN A PULLMAN CAR.
W. H. Martin. Whs Was laluree la Kaa-
aas City. Passes Away Ea
Topeka Kas. Dec. 28. The
remains ot . 11. Me. tin a
stockman of Marietta I. T.
were iuterr.d at Newtca today.
Martin rc 1 oat uiJ" ay night in a
Pullman sleeper on the west
bound Ipassener trail which
he had taken a Kansas City.
He had been injured the. pre-
vious day on a street ear in
Kansas City hvl Iv 1 not
thought himself hurt seriously.
Just prior to his death the pas
sengers in the car were awak-
ened by loud snoring which
caused many ries of derision.
FinaMy the rorterweat to Mar-
. w a .a
tin s ixntn ar.u jDOOK me sieei-
er. Tlie latter gave two hic
coughs and fell back dead. The
body was taken from the train
at Newton and prepared for
burial at an undertaking estal-
lishment. Friends of the de-
ceased were notified and ordered
that the remains be temiorarily
interred at Newton.
It is said that Martin went to
the office of the Metropolitan
Street Kailway Co. just after he
was injured ami offered to set-
lie his ease for $1.j0 but the of-
fer wa$ refused. It is stated
that snit will probably b
brought for :jCi000 damages
against the street railway eoiu-
pauy. WIk-u . Itilioiis or costive eat n
(.'asiaift. eamly cathartic cure
guaranteed lc 2"c
.Judge A. II. Law a prominent
inter-married citizen of the Chicka-
saw Nation who was in the city
today stated to a Ilegister ictmrter
that great excitement prevailed
among t lie inn- itiens at Ardmore
and other t vi;s throu.out the
territory in r i 1 t ) 'u tow-.jte
provisions '. i orjorated in the
I)ar; j-C! n ' w treaty. The in n-
citizens think that it ' a. infring-
meut on their i!.hts nud are
holding i.i:. .- r:eetins f r the
purpose of i;iei :f rializing o gress
to amen saM pi-ovision before the
treaty shaH h ndoptej ar'dbcetmie
a law. a .'.e c e.' hand the
judge is tif tie opinion ta-t n
great majority of the citizens of
the Chickasaw p. ; ;.i will favor
the treaty wit' an additional pro-
vision l.iauing some arrnngements
in reg..i 1 to cemeterits church and
school buildings. iainesville IJeg-
ister. They are so little you hardly know
you are taking them. They cause no
griping yet they act quickly and
most thotoDRhly. Such are the fa-
mous little pills known as DeWitt's
Little Early Risers. Small in size
great in results.
A liaml of twenty-two North;
Carolina C'herokees arrived from
that state to take uptheirahodc
with the tribe east of Sac and
Fox. They came all the way
overland a few traveling on
foot others on hoi-seback and
six on bicycles. A novel fea-
ture of the cycle brigade was
two old squaws one with the
latest cut of bloomers the other
attired in the traditional blank-
et and brcechcloth and each
having strapiK.il uion her back
a crowing screeching paioose
of copper hue.-Guthrie Leader.
Doa't Tobacco Spit aa4 Snake Xaar
If vou want to quit tobacco
using easily and forever be tuade
well Ktronff magnetic full of new
life nud viror take No-To-Iiac
the wonder-werker that makes
weak men stronjj. Many gam ten
pounds in ten days. Over 400000
cured. Buy No-To-Dac from your
ov i drocsrist. who will guarantee
a cure. Booklet and sample mail-
ed free. Address Sterling Remedy
Co. C'hicaco or Jew lork.
Thk Abdmoreite Job Printing
THE BLACK SNAKE.
XI la aa Ifa.h a doasa la Tm Taaa M
9m Tvrra Strata.
Tbers bas been much discussion amocg
naturalists and in sportsmen 'a journals
regarding tbo ability of th black anaks
our one cocstrictor to trsrel swiXtly
amid tbw brwochec Ten thoaaaod men
t-TS seen tb slck black streak of reps
aucoropliah the feat easily. Hera is bat
Tbe black snake's habitat includes Il!i-
sois. Loan lie county ia not far north
of the center of the state and rhapa a
little west of the center line drawn
north and south. There are some very
good woods in Lasalle county beoausa
through tht county run two of -the
Mimissirpi's tributaries tha Illinois
and one of its branches the Vernal ion.
Dai ley's creek ia one of the littH farm
land tributaries of the Vermilion rirpr.
Along the creek ars reaches of woodland
or at least there were awhile ago. In
those bits of woods bits aa compared
with Michigan forests 'here are and
bare been black snakes areat fellows
worthy of their reputation farther east.
This is what happened one day when a
young fellow went hunting. It is worth
tbe telling because it Illustrates the
black snake's nimblenrss among the tree
Wsndering along cautiously and qui-
etly looking for a shot on either side
the young man beard suddenly an un-
common rattling among tbe learn
above him. Ho looked up and saw some-
thing that astonished him. A fox squir
rel snd a fox squirrel is the biggest ct
tbo squirrrl kind wss leaping from
limb to limb from rse to tree in mortal
affright evidently fleeing from soma
deadly enemy. Close behind him cure
ing twiuing and twisting but with all
details of its locomotion inrifible from
below so swift its prpgrs and so eaty
its passing from limb to limb and tree
to tree came three to fire fct cf black
ncaa. It was a blsck snake pursuing tbs
fox squirrel. IuchaauwashopeIess.bat
tbe ability and tbo hungry earnests'
cf thU one constrictor cf our nortbt-ru
woods were demonstrated remarkably.
As f r tbo man uudernratb well be
wan n young fellow with a shotgun.
The young fellow with a shotgun If
reasonably good shot in tbo country
and he kills snakes. lie poured a load
of shot into that 1 lack streak among
the brsurhes and it dropped to tb
ground merely a foul. dead moderately
sizrd spccitncu vt Dov-auion constrictor.
COOKS ON A PILLOW.
Doaintla rrasomr Ia Vof awufc' Ttay
The smallest residenro in San Fr;i-
cioco i-i of course lorati-d in Chinatown.
It is not however at tbe cud cf a dark
alley iu a clamp cellar. In many cf the'
are some very diminutitn roostiug
places bat tiny am el gmt homes and
fiaM compared to Wong Sock's privats
residence on the corner of Waverly place
aud Clay street.
Wong's homo is about as tig as hi
skin a triflo larger of course to allow
for bis wocm) n shoes that go to l-d with
him but tln diiXerenco is not material.
Wong's homo m a box nailed to a brick
wall over the fruit staud where Wong
makes a living that would not keep a
white baby fat.
Directly opposite that is to ssy on
tbe sout beast corner of Waverly place
aud Clay street there is another China-
man who hat a residence similsr to that
of Wong. But bis is larger than Wong's
whtthrr owing to larger wooden shoes
or to jut what is not known. But it
measures f ally a foot more in length and
is an inch or so more in thickness.
The dimensions of Wong's private
residence be lives in it all by himself
are 8 feet iu length 2 fet in width
with a ceiling height of 8 feet clear ci
tbo gas Bxtores. For a pillow Wong
bas a 90 cent oil store and in tbe morn-
ing be cooks bis breakfast on bis pillow.
lie uses a r-pe ladder to get into bis
borne and when bo bas tucked bimself
in for tbe nigbt ho pulls up bis ladder
Wong is saving money and will soma
day take tbo steamer for China and carl
-nnrt . . . .
the slums of Hongkong whero be will
- - n
live like a prince. San Francisco CalL
ruilalaa III. C.Urr C4acatta.
A tramp appeared st the bouse of J.
T7 mrtt. rt rVlm.
m L. ..vi low. The flrxt symptom U hcarscne:
bia. Ma. one morning and asked for.. . .nr
cold victuals in Greek. He stated that p h h mhMl u Vally recog-
bewas a graduate cf Prinotton. Mr. tnd will never t forgotten by
Carton himself a Oreek scholar was one who hat heard It. Tbe time to
just about to start for Colombia and' act U when tbe child ti rt bccom-s
bisborsowas bitched in front cf tbejhoarHO. If Chamberlain's Cough
house. Remedy Is freely given a I tendency
Jestingly be offered to give the tramp lo croup will soon dUappear. Even
v.. i 14 . u .v.. i w ' after the croupr cough ha dcvclotd
alphabet without a mistake Tbe tramp
looked at tha bora and then at Mr.
Barton and then inquired if the bet In-
cluded the saddle and bridle. Mr. Bar-
ton said that it did. and then went into
the bouse to get a Greek book.
Returning be found the tramp mount-
ad on the borse. As Mr. Barton stepped
from tha porch tbe tramp rattled o2 tbe
alphabet without a mistake and turn-
ing tbe horse's bead disappeared in a
cloud of dost. The animal on which ths
Princeton piigrim rode away was one of
tbe best blooded horses in Boons county
noted for its bloodad stock. Philadel-
When It comes to printing briefs
the AEDMOaxiTK la the leader. Beat
o( work on er.ort notice. .
J. Ma GOLLEDGE & CO.
CARRY A FULL LINE OF
Alit TICMT HEAflrIC STOVES.
WELL TUBING and GALVANIZED IRON CISTERNS.
JOB WOK OF ALL K!?ID
-a bf EC I ALT
Bread. Tie Cakes Confections
flrst clasa bakery. Free dellTery
Are prepared to furnish the trade ererything In tha Drue; Llna at Lowest
Prices. Prescriptions tiled by Skilled Pharmacist. West Mala Street.
"Hound About" in Dallas News
sava: "JuJffe Itobvrt II. West
for many xeitrs n citizen of Dm 11 a
tut now I.K-tttctl at Anlmorr is
spondtuj; the holiday bcrv tbe
jruet of relative. 'The new
treaty propojioj in not acceptable
to the white citizens of the na-
tion he Miid yesterday. "There
are .VKs) Chickasaw and nbont
C00(0 white in that country and
the jrrcat majority are opposed to
the representatives of the Chicka-
faws isijjtiinjr the treaty. Politi-
cal'p? Well 16 to 1 in favor of
f-ilvcr. I nm a democrat mvfclf
and cliii to the ol I-fahioued
principles of the party. I waut a
Cld dollar n dollar good the world
over nut: me. litiMn is jut
fair in tbe territory. I hhall leave
for home tomorrow or ucxt day."
Jnt try n lr box of (."ascareu.
the finc.-t liver and lw( I regulator
The cran 1 jury nt Muskofrer
adjourned Tueilay having ex-
amined over 11W cases au I found
indictments in a largu Majority
of tlieni. During ti c sitting of
the grand jury five n.urdors
were cor.unitted in the court's
jurisdiction. Their rcjnrt in-
cludes a recommendation that
two companies of soldiers -le
detailel to gtianl the Muskgee
jail. Clarcmorc Progress.
This is economy in a great
style. Why t'se department of
justice instead of fnrushiug
the territtTj' with sufficient
deputies to guard her criminals
should ho asked to place two
companies of soldiers around
one jail is well!
Tetter eczema and all similar skin
troubles are cured by tbe dm of De-
VVitt'a Wiu-o llasel Halve. It soothes
at once and restores tbe tissues to
tbeir natural condition and never
Haw ta Preveat raaa.
Rome reading that will prove Inter-
! 1 "f V . tP 1 OW to
t truard against the disease.
i Croun la terror to young mothers
and to prt thorn concerning the
cau-e. flrt sy niptotiJ and treatment
I the object of this item. The origin
of croup l a common cold. Children
is tin nri mihin-t t it It lake n.ld rerv
easily and croup is almost sure to fof-
II III pre' viifc luc ani iurc
no danger In giving this remedy for
It contains nothing Injurious. For
sale by Frame. Green A Co.
- Is taa G.M-flcMa af taa Wsatl
Via the Burlington Route.
A fast through vestibuled train
daily to Denver making direct con
nections for Cripple Creer Col; also
fast daily trains to tbe gold fields of
Montana and Black mils. soo miles
shortest line from Missouri River;
ask your agent for information about
tbe Burungon koui
Bt. Louis Mo
DeWitt's Witcb Haiel Salve is an
antiseptic socthing and healing ap
plication for burns scalds ruts.
bruises etc. and cures piles like
msgic. It instantly stops pain.
and Caddo Streets.
and ererythlng to be found
to all part cf the city.
I S T S .
- Ind. Ter.
W. S. ICING
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Ft F MM rt n at aa Bpact.lty.
Al Nests Stand In rmtoffice Uuildlnff.
Teacher cf Violin UanioIIn
: axn all :
BRASS i:i STRilS 1ISTTJUE1TS.
PIANO TUNING A SPECIALTY
r.cidcocc: Wct Main M. Ardmore.
Lcate onlcr with l. M. RcdScld or
al Iom)xs lato Stiihk.
WARN I NO ORDEK.
In the United States court In tba In-
dian Territory tkuthern District.
Nora Watts plaintiff
Geo. W. Watts defendant.
The defendant Geo. W. Watts ia
wsrned to appear In tbla court in
thirty days and answer to tbe com-
plaint of tbe plaintiff Nora Watta.
Witness tbe Hon. Constantina B.
Kilgore Judge of said court and Lb
seal thereof Ibis 3rd day of Nov.
J. W. pHtujw. Clerk.
Johnson Cruce A Cruce attorneys.
Clarence B.. Douglas attorney for
TO CHICAGO 8T. LOUIS AND
THE EAST VIA BI RUNO-
Tbe traveling public la sure to find
tbe beat fast veafNuled train to lb
east via the BurUngion Rout.
Handsome new compartment sleep-
ers (same rat as standard sleepers)
chair cam (seats free) K ansae City
and St. Joseph to St. Louis; standard
sleepers chair cars and dinlns; car
"pay for what yon order' to
Chicago and tbe "VesUbuled Limit-
ed" to 8t. Louis.
Ask Aicent for tickets via tbe Bur-
L. W. Wakxukt
General Passenrer Agent.
bt Louis. Mo.
TO ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS
VIA BURLINGTON ROUTE.
Two rplendld through trains each
day from Missouri River points to
tbe north via the old established
BURLINGTON ROUTE and Bloux
City Line. DAT TRAIN baa band-
some obaerraUon vestibuled sleeper.
free chair cars and dlnlagear (north
ot Council Bluffs). NIGHT TRAIN
baa handsome sleepers to Omaha
Council Bluffs and biouz City and
parlor car Sioux City north.
Consult Ticket Agent.
L. W. Wazblxy
Gen. Passenger Agt.
bt. Louis Mo.
A BUSY MAN'S TRAIN.
Is tbe new "Cotton Belt" through
connection from Texas to Loulavule
Cincinnati Chicago and tbe North
and East via Memphis and the Great
Illinois Central Railway system pat-
ting pangr Into all theee eitiee
in tbe morolDg. with bnt one day
spent on tbe road or lost tram eosf-
neaa. Leave Texas at 'rtt after
arranging your affair. La nlacrioos .
Pullman aleeper at a rsuoasble
boar and arrive tbe sscoaj day at
destination In time to transact tbe
business of the day. If time la money
to you It 111 pay yoa to investigate
this. Ask any Cotton Beit ticket
agent for schedule and rates.
S. Q. WARNER
General Passenger Ageat Tyler Tz.
A. A. GUSSON
Traveling Passenger Agent
Fort Worth Texaa.
Too who want typewriter letter
heads can find something at this of-
fice that wtU surely please yon. Onlr
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