The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 53, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 30, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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AN OPEN LETTER.
W. A. LcdbctLer Vli.ofui"y AilJcki ' h
Dawr-Chocaw Tre! Tt '! At-
tention to Ita M- i!rit.
wo ;: r--L v. thy
Who i:;:iTo th to
w. vol ' c
CHASE & SANBORN nporters Eos m.
-SOLD IN ARDMORE BY-
Go W . STUA
T T W M i BlM
SOLE AGENT FOR
Hannibal High Patent Flour
and Perfect Baking Powder
THE FINEST MONEY CAN BUY
The Presbyterian choir con-
sisting of the following persons :
Mesdaines McCoy Sillinian and
Gardner and Messrs. C. M.
Campbell l C. MefJinleyand
C. E. Trout man; Mrs. C. C. Mc-
Ginlev and Mrs. L. O. Kobert-
son of Gainesville Tex. were
delijrbtf ully entertained last ev-
ening at the spacious and cozy
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
respect a merry party and a
pleasant evening's entertain-
ment. Ai 7 o'clock all were
ushered into the dining room
whre they came face to face
good 1 Jgs to ont. .So delic-
ious v.v the feast that it is
doubtful whether even the hrrp
E. O- V. Soc cty
The Esse Quan Yideri Society
met at Mrs. Jourdon's Monday
Dec. 28. Owing to the bad
weather we had onlv a small
number present yet the meeting! ai-'ieein-nl eiiii
was none the less interesting j 'li ' a1"" '""
The subjects wore writers aiid(lu' 1'1V'' ti 'l ; . 1
their works with quotations ! '' "l idhi ;.
from the same. The first onth'e : sll!i"' J a "
program was Mrs. Allen who ! concise quit. i!e
gave us quite a nice piece on sijirceun 1 ;:
Vandenberg. It was in every Cooper and his works. Next 1(t i i . l i t ;.
Ardmore I. T..1W.
In yesterday' Aiuoieotr-n:-seo
that I amr ; o: fed a i
er of a eomm'tl -t-prese ..
the appropriate cn"r -i
commilKoa sc. of res ' rl i-
adopted at a mass eieetinir
the people of Ardnuee
subieet of the ttvatv n'Te it
upon between the Dawes cn.u- '
mission and represe tative o. j ' y r.o
the Choctaw nation. lit: . '
This ; j ( : " of r.t ; ; m- L.ey
portance a ' I would H-dly 1
join the committee in aiiv t t.uoer
to promote or protect the inte'-l :
est of out people wherever tle-v p
may lie affected by this tn aty.
The Choctaw natioi! owns thrce-
fourths or Cue hind in li: ( ijj.-k-
asaw nation and the agiv--itie..t ! :
already made inv Ives the vi ;hi ' !
o the people in tl e ( hi. kasaw
nation. Thelrriyht-are furtii; r
involved in viewer lh ? iad tli.t! L
the ( hickasav.- ivpreviiUitivt j;.:
will in all probability : ;n-e t 1 y
the treaty; but pari of the r-
lutioiis wIi'k h the romniitiei is
i:'c i . a
1 Ol 4 it
RECEIVER'S -:.SALE !
THE WM. FELKER STOCK OK
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
TO HE SOLI) Ol'T AT
'COST FOR CASH;
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' !Vcl:5;.es Ai'iuctlo "ofTee... 0c
5 Pacl.-sca XXXX Coffee BOc
C Pounds ('ood Greco Coffee.. 11.00
-1 IV ond5 Standard Granulated
rcu.-ula V. C. Suar 1.00
jji 1 Io mu! I): e Tobacco 17c
1 v . rd KatUe Ax Tobacco... 19o
U Tar Good Laundry Soap... 25c
.". Gl!on Keg Frcsb Kraut $1.10 j
1 Dozen Car.a Miun. Corn .... 75c
1 Dcz. C lb. rsns Bl&rkbcrries 90c
1 D.3. 2 b. Mt.Sjlvan Teacbet $1.00
1 lz. 2 lb. ctM9 Mackerel $1.35
1 I)is. 2 lb. cans Lobsters I1.S0
1 !..r. :e:s Dur.bar'a "jefcrimp $i.40
1 Tu .. a; V.". S. Golden Wax j
I .!.' 75c
1 IV t. W. S. Kxtra Mar- j
r jw IV. lVr.i $1.C0
! I-. tar..4 I'latter Hrand of I
nt I t i: I ' i
1 fill) it 1
1 Dot. boxec American Sar-
1 Doa. boxes FabrlcanU D. E.
French Sardines $1.80
1 Dot. cans Holmes' Mustard
1 Dos. cans Extrs Fine Brawn Mo
1 Dos. cans Log Cabin Salmon S5o
1 Dot. cans Wbiu Swan t SaJ-
1 Dot. cans Chile Con Carne tl.iO
I Dot. Packa-is Pearl 8go cr
1 Dot. 3 lb. cans Wfclte Swan
1 Dot. 6 ot. cans Rojrl Baking
1 Dot. 12 ot. cans Roy a Baking
1 Package Parlor Mat bes. ... Hie
1 . M-.' $1.2-): IS Poo nds Rice ji.oo
1 D . U t. tar.sUarnes Hranl ( 1 Pot. Darkey's Celery Salt... 15o
.virrusbvr.U.- S1.C0. i Kottle Croa BlackweU's
1 I :-. t-us !:- ton Haked Cbow Cbo:
t i :.. S- c I
I Bottle Cro- A Blackwell's
C. R. FRENSLEY RECEIVER.
d elar.U i.-n
recogme l!:" - . I 1
equal and t-xa t j!'.ti-e of a lj
pari ies eolice! n. ;i p r : iiin ibe '
! i i ' 1 1 1 m . y
their acfiolt OH TerrltUI Tcckrs Axltla.
an'. pa.s ri!!gingj Fullowin U 4he propani for the
a- 1 1 Mig t l.eir rights ! icrntorial Teaeber Asuoriatioo
.1 ;.. :. ling ll.iir protii tion to hehl at Anlmorc I. T.. Jan.
... - . Nwthing .-hoit of j-. ls-":
i i'lt the projection How ran r make onrsohooN
v i i i'. ri -It the projection
i li.e p.opl.- are entitled
W. A. l-i;!'ixni.i;.
Mrs. Dennett gave u.s Chnaningl'Kl- n::nit!.' d
Keats by Mrs. Jackson and ; is 'irl" i'--'- ' '
Morris' by Mrs. Volnev John- l'1'" V'I- im; -c;.-
i . 1;. p.
. t: u.it.i Aifj r.
ie. p;i..u ti udentl Mis
son was especially good and the ' money ! a
long table laden with . poeu.s "My Mot!;er
of Orpheus could have allured ! Willi.. ms on Tom Moore
them away. All expresse .
themselves as having spent a
delightful evening. We were
all glad we belonged to the
quotation was one of his best ! '"i;i:il' !'s l'1'
Bible." tion; 1-t t i.i.v v.'.
Jourdon favored i s with a derKei ite rn-i ;
a rood description of ! lIw ! t-:i: f:
Lott's life as did Mrs. l .j whether pn:ve
i o. white men a'.d
; in t
i....... w. ......
disagreeable and life-shortening dif-
Heultv. It deranges the system
causes eick headache bad breath
md poisons the blood. It can be
readily overcome by DeWitt's Little
Early Kisers. These little pills are
We offer Early Kose and Ten-
nessee Triumph seed potatoes
and onion sets i- r immediate
shipmei.t or future delivery.
Get our nrices before i-lacincr
y'Ur rders. Prices guara?iteed
on Kose potatoes until Jan. 15.
i 30-tf YvYitemax Buos.
e tit w our sieknnwlPilpTTient
j of au invitation to -attend the
Leap Year ball to. be given by
Ve ladies c f Ardniore at the
j Red Meu's hall tomorrow nigh.
I For Rent.
i The building occupied by
Wliitemau Bros. known as the
"Irdmore Grain 8c Storage build-
1 ;5tf Chickasaw Lumber Co.
Ladies' vests wool and cot-
ton; children's union suit" wool
wd cotton; ladies' union suits
'fool and cotton just received
tfD.Head & Son.
As It Will Be.
'When the Indian lands in this
!rt of the territory were open-
the law required that the set--ers
must make payment of
9tie-balf for their land within
o years. Twice have the set-
ters secured extension of time
'Orthis navment hnt nnw nr
fronted with the fact that
the first and the second
lents must be made this
M which most of them are
aote to meet and unless they
P secure further extension of
Mfflf monn .e i :n i
il . "'""J Ul IUCU1 win 1UC
IT fai-ms.-nnt.hri a Trader.
ow if the Oklahomans can-
tmake a payment of one-half
;"ieir land within two years
r can make suck a payment
W were favored by short jg'ate-; pert! t 7- . - - - i- l
pieces from all on our general .right.- of the ; i !e.
disscussions which were The: Xr -..n it b .-.oil f i :
Man With (lie Iron Mask Mary j ti e.oy i- a 1 . r ;. -i
Anderson a- she is today ami j agreement. On ' ... y.
Ilyiiatia. j i hi v.ia-e i-' i:ie' e .t . s -i
Quotations from (ieorge I) jits meaning o'-ir-.
Prentice. All respo nded nicely lblhs of th" men iti i i
to the roll call. We adjourned : wliom I have t; M;t : ' ... t
to meet with Mrs. Webb Jan. j trealy bav perstiadetl ii.e. -
41897. Secretary's Report. 'selves that it nie:!;- what it
i . . .
i does no sav mi m .-uoj i oi
the appi 'a'seni'-nt oi' town !! .
1 have Stllibed llle ileatV e.oe
fully. Like every -Uier i-r s -erty
owner in the ( "hVka-av.'
nat'on I havt; a live - in'.eu-t
jia knowing how K iut i t K.
There is bv-l oneeon-' r.eh n t
be placed upon t ie p''v:Mo.i
for the appi a'serijcnt oT tow i
lots. On liiis sub.it ct it is j o-
vJ .led th.it t.wi..-i.es may be
SC REEN LU rvi F.
THE BEST BITU..'I.OUS
COAL IN THE WEST. '
rOB 8i-B BY 11
At the Old Anlmore Grain
and Storage Bull.lliikr on
railway north of depot. . .
'f ll'i V'l ii
v a d1
1 1 i;lat 1. of Hrndct-M.il
e!v at the loideiice of
ir. ; i. l Mr-. A. C. Ciuce hiM
!. ;!' v.a- o!it of th-; most
j s- ial event of the
. A! :' forty couples of
:: . '.'' of Ai'liii'-re were in at-
: : .': ii. e :v.t fuin S p.m. until
1; "wee su.a' hours' the rle-
i. i? h-ue was a veritable
i. .... -if wit bi auty ainl pleas-
...... n;d and instrumental
!..' thn.eiiig iccitations anl
.-. ial eoUVelx constituted the
i'.'rrM ii'.e!i of the evening.
V . .". Ihowei's Orchestra ren-
l : d -. bnditl miiMc for the
a-i..;i ami dainty refrcsh-
i ii ; ila'litily served complct-
.f'eofthe irot pleasant nf-
.. r ; She dying year. Miss
iiii:i..nl is a faM-inating belle
' Mi the o'd blue grass state
;'.!ii ..i. for its beautiful women
ami tluring her visit to Ardtnore
. athl materially to the local
; twial circle.
A HAPPY H;V YEAH.
BUY your winter' mipf.lv now.
Onlerit mav be left ut Porte (
Staples' (rrocery store where they '
will receive prompt attention. j.
Ii t !l P
"T ' ' j
j laid out under the siueivi:oi :
.MHMHiHMHMnBB I V L HIV X I . V X V I . I . . I . ' .
representative tt le appu'n.-
For Rant after January I. 1897.
The store room now occupied
by II A. Kembel & Co. on
West Main street. Inquire of
23-1 w II. C. Pottep.f.
ed by the Choctaw
Ch'ckasaw nations respee'-
jively and "whensa d'ownsi
!so laid out each Jot upon wh'ch
'permanent or substantii'J ii -
fo.iuti i i
I'. Ut pi J
t ..... i- ;
; . . y ii.. .
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oT file -
A f v.- Clmire ArtiHen suitalle
atlractive Mis Dobbin.
DiM-tission A. L. Day.
. The unitary condition cf our
M-hool ruoins and fenrrouutlinrjs
.1. What ate some of tie minor
difilruhirs in c!a.-s work and Low
may thry U- met ami ovprrome
M!.! Ku hardson.
!onral tlix iiion.
4. t!eii-ral busint.
Meet at Hargrove College mt
'2:'-M p. m.
With mtuh gratification we an-
nounce a program of xercic for
the teacher's meeting of nest Sat-
urday. Xo progressive teacher
f.m afTord to mi thU meeting.
Jo nnd Icani something of the
infljeuee that effect jour schools
I have a lot of Chinese lily
bulbs which I will sell at 25
cents each. Hong Lee
at Chinese Lao nd ry .
Lea Year BWU
The leap year ball to be given
by the la'.ies of Anlmore to-
morrow evening proi. ises to Le
one of the r ost enKya'Ie af-
fairs of the season. That it
will lo a decided success is &
'foregone conclusion as all
arrangements are in the hands
of the fair sex who kaow no
such word as fail.
NKW YHAU U1FTS
risht c!i np at
ItNtMiN's Dutti Stoke.
A Commendable Cause.
Yesterday at the M. 11. church j provemcnts other than fenc-.'s.
1B97. KEW YEAR CARDS.
the ladies of Ardm :e o'-an- tiling and te.nporary houses proven-f. in in
ized the Anlmore Benevolent j h.ve been made such vauie u t j
So' iety electing Mrs. Dr. Can-
president and Mrs. J. C.
Thompson secretary. The ob-
ject of the organization as its
name implies is to aid and as-
sist the poor of this city and
they ask the hearty co-operation
of all persons who are able and
feel inclined to work for sweet
charity's sake. The organiza-
tion will meet again next Tues-
day evening and extends an in-
vitation to all persons interested
in the movement to meet with
Woman or girl to do light
housework for small family.
Address B. P. O. box 73. 204t
Speed and safety are the watch
words ot the age. One Minute
Cough Cure acts speedily safely and
never fails. Asthma bronchitis
coughs aud colds are cured by It.
to include the improve. nents." t tiny
Each lot shall be va'u-..i v.'. en ijoia"."..
the townsites are la:; o;j'. This them and 1. ei-by
urovioiou has refctvuee to the j'.lo.ifeuM'O. -ecu-
value oi the lot at thet'u.e the n a 1
v. a. i. :
v.ouM i vt
lee'it tnat wnii ti
!.r i s
e a licat w
irale. No th
other construction can be plac- f-ib'e il. :.';o.
ed upon it. If it was Ii.e iuteti- I th th" u a i oi i rp. v.
tion to assess the value v hih ni n's in tie 'eKa-.: w m
the lot hal at any other t irne Choctaw Aal'ot'.s'o.'hi bk
the other time would have been and co.i.im'e t'et-i I i. '
stated. As in the ca.e of the' I -:;ticss Ii ' i u " l ti.rs t; v
appraisement of j :.patyscized m n..liru ; th;tthir riii' "i margin. I shall COn-
- I . aa .a f 1 I I
Having come to the
conclusion that the
only true method of
doing business in the
mercantile line is to
buy and sell for CASH
I will therefore com-
mencing January first
sell.' goods FOR CASH
ONLY ; by so doing 1
will be enabled to re-
duce my expenses and
sell goods on asmaiier
Card are out announcing the
i mama torn rrow evening at 8
o'clock at the reidence of the
tre es paret.ts in this city of Miss
Le a J' es. danJUrot Mr. and
Mrs. XI. J cs t Lev. Fred
idriSlths a y t nlsr C -n eye rati on-
ja:t minister of Dewajiac Mich.
1897. Mi s 4 nes is a Hsblj educated
iand accomplished y-nng lady be-
in a praduate of the State Nor-
mal of Erap.-. ia Kan. EeT. J. A.
Th -ma will te the officiating
un r leal process t r held by jttjVoiies i
au ad: .itiisitator the value of jcerie.t
te property at the lime of the: l tiiih r
a4-praisement is to ie assessed cur i ;. '
Ui'-ler this p -ovis jm "he ow..er l.o-.-t. i.
of 1 tie l"t must pay the value r.t ; of ;r
the time of the cpp-a:.sc r.tl jfousiders u
ii It (1. C
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vi L.tt;".it ; win . -
t i- ;e. Tiie . ; -
...1 bv 1 th 1 U
. Vi..e it b ;
by c:ir.i ' s ;. ' e
tinue to keep.afull line
of everything in Frncy
and Staple Groceries
and respectfully solicit
a share of your patron
age. G. W. STUART.
A'.'.' lioie OU Ji
Miss llicbarxlson will re-open
Ler t-elevt echool on Monday
before he .can ge. a pate:.;. I -i.e u uia.
Such a measure is an out rare ' v ::"' vu..u -
n tlA ri-btR of th.iieonle w'.oia -' -'e n ass luCMig a Urnuary 4 lWi.
Head the .peQ letter of W. A.
IyHlbetter in this issue. It is fall
of snap and Yi?or from start to
fioifb and is easily understood. '
Atttatlaa K.af P'a.
All meinbers arc eamesUy re
quested to be at Castle Ilall
Thunnlay. Dec. 31 1890 at 7:30
p. m. Business of importance
to come before the ineetiDT.
J. C. TuoMrsox C. C.
W. R. Ccllex K.'of 8.
There was on exhibition on
the streets today a U-months-old
steer weighing POO pounds
and was raised in the B. I. T.
too. He will be slaughtered
this evening and will be on
sale at the French Market New
Year's morning where can also
be found plenty of dressed tur-
keys chicken and quail. 20-It
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