Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 174, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 23, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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We will give with every
25 ceut culi purchase an ele-
gaut piece of sheet music
costing from 25 cents to 50
rents iu Hoy music store.
LONDON & MOORE.
. To borrow kUwO wlh ttnk
lock a aveuliy. tor iauaut
Kfre per dat eoramlMioB for
filing property if iiwtranea-
tul In sale otherwise nothing
N. H. McCoy.
Guaranteed Largest Circulation of any Daily Paper Ever Published in the Indian Territory.
ARDMORE CHICKASAW NATION. WEDNESDAX MAY 23 1894-
W.; T. BO DINE.
BO DIN E
TO : THE : CITY : OF : ARDMOEE.
Prices Reasonable and Terms Easy: Acre Property
In the midst of the addition 300 feet square is reserved for a school building. For par-
ticulars apply to or address
Bos 39. . Bodine & Suokerman.
AN ABLE SERMON.
Au ablo sermon was preached last
night bf Evangelist Sanders on "The
distinctive features of the church with
which I stand identified or the faith
of the disciples." That he made the
way of salvation plain snd simple to
all goes without styiug. Those noble
young ladies made the good confes-
sion. The principal points made by
Brother Zanders was; first faith iu
Christ rs the sou of God is the cen-
tral point in salvatiou; second repent-
ance toward God for a change of pur-
pose in life; third baptism by immer-
sion symbolizing the death burial
and resurectiou of our Lord and Re
dceiner; fourth work for Christ wi.h
pure heart and hand pointing others
to the Lamb of God. All are cor-'
dially iuTittd to attend the services
at 3:30 p. m. aud 8:15 p. ni. All
Christians are requested to come
and work for their Master.
The Animore band concert at Hie
opera hoiltto on the night of May 81
will be represented by the best Jor-nl
tnleul both vocal and iiidininieiii.il in
the city. 23 lw
Denutv Marshals McChII and My-
natt arrived in Dcuiou Saturday
night with Jncksou 1 luiant deput v
sheriff of Atoka county Lotus Bying-
ton. Eistland Wright John Gib.-on
and Samuel Bond !l Indians under
arrest as principals in the murder of
Dave Bnhauuou. They wore enp-
tured about thirty-five miles north-
west of Atoka and on account of the
sentiment at Atoka it was deemed
best to take the men to Paris. Deni-
A $125 E-ty organ almost new. A
rare bargain. Sec I. R. Best. 22 lw
We talked with farmer from dif-
ferent parts of the country yesterday
as to the effects of the frost on Satur-
day night and with few exceptions
they declared the damage only nomi-
nal. Ed Phillips whose bottom farm
east of the city seems to hare suffer-
ed more than any one else says a
good rain will bring his corn out all
right. Oklahoma Times Journal.
Encourage the baud boys by attend
ing their concert at the opera house
Thursday evening May 31. 23 lw
THE SANTA EE'S ROUTE TO
If you contemplate taking advant-
age of the very low rate from Texas
points to California that are now be-
ing quoted by the Santa Fe's Route
do uot wait much longer as on and
after April 15th 1894. California rate.
will be restored to rates iu effect Feb-
ruary 28rd 1894 which are as follows:
1st class limited to 30 days $60 00
1st " " 6 - . 52 00
2nd " 6 " 35 00
Hound trip July 5th 65 60
" 9 mouths 80 00
Until April 14th 1894 inclusive the
sale of first cltss tickets from all Tex-
as points on its main Hue and Paris
branch at the following very low
Single trip limited to 6 davs $20 00
Round - 60 " 35 50
The Mid-winter fair at San Fran-
cisco if now in the height of its glory
and you can see all its beauties at a
For information regarding tickets
time tables aud sleeping car accom-
modations apply to the nearest Santa
Fe ageut or address
General Paswner Agent
For Rent Some nice rooms. Apply
to J. t. Boyd near the Presbyterian
church. 18 if
Exclusive Control and Sale of
THE BATTLE IS ON.
The Ardmoreite's Scholarship Con-
test to be Fought to a Finish by
Ballots An Education Free.
From Mouday May 21 to Wednes-
day July 25 the boy or girl living in
Ardmore receiving the largest num-
ber of votes will be given by the
Ardmoreite a full scholarship at the
North Texas Business Colege lo-
cated at Gaiuesville Texas. This
scholarship costs $50 aud the success-
ful contestant will be entitled to the
full benefit of a course in cither book
keeping or short hand and type
writing without cost to them. Cou-
pons will be published in cacti paper
from day to day which when clipped
from the Ardmoreite entitles the
holder to one vote. Coupons for ad-
ditional votes can be had upon appli-
cation at the Ardmoreite office at the
One aud uuder 10 votes 5 cents
Ten nud under '20 voles 4 cents
Twenty and uudcr 50 votes 3 cents
Oue hundred votes for $2.
Two hundred voles for $3.75
'lhree hundred votes for $1.50.
Four hundred voles for $5.25.
Five huudred votes for $G.
One thousand votes for $10.
The coupous clipped from the Ard-
moreite cost nothing but are good
only for one vote each. Orders for
extra coupous must be accompanied
by the cash. A complete record of
each day's vote wiJ be kept and pub
lished from day to day. To prevent
any possibility of unfairness on the
part of the Ardmoreite management
no one connected with the paper will
be allowed to vote or e voted for.
The ballots will be recorded and then
deposited iu a sealed box where t hey
will remain until alter the closing of
the coute&t when the box will be
opentd and the votes couuted by a
distiuterestcd committee selected for
that purpose in the presence of wit-
nesses. The oue having received the
highest number of votes will be de-
clared wiuuer aud will thereupon
have issued to him or her the paid up
certificate. The successful contest-
ant can enter upon the course
at any time and prosecute his or her
studies uuinteruptedly until the
course chosen has been completed aud
This is a rare opportunity for some
boy or girl to receive free an educa
tion which will fit them for a life
of usefulness and prosperity.
Now boys aud girls declare your
selves and go to work with your
friend to help J on; clip coupons and
have your friends to do the same for
you. If your parents are not sub
scribers to the Ardmoreite have them
to do so at ouce. Every coupon
counts a vote. This is au opportuni-
ty you can't afford to miss. Iu send-
ing your votes be sure to write with
ink plainly the name of the person
voted for and address or hand to the
Aidmoreite contest editor Ardmore.
Julio Hammer JTr. - - 1
EdgarChoate .... 13
Subscribe for the Ardmoreite.
At the Christian church conducted
by Evangelist B. B. Sanders of Aus-
tin Texas is largely atteuded with
au increased interest at each
service. While Mr. Sanders has
clear cut conceptions of truth and
duty presenting them with an earn-
estness aud simplicity that do not faij
to "carry couvictions to his audience
that be wonderfully believes the mes
sage that he is delivering he has pro
found respect for the understanding
and conviction of others from whom
he differs iruch preaching as tie is;Bh0WUt0be
doing will ceriaiulv cause every one
lu.r;.w. !; tr roruminn nf.iv Ilia
spiritual latitude and longitude and j
see whether his cause is iu accord
ance with the teaching of Jesus of
Nazareth and his holy apostles. You
cannot hear Mr. Sanders without
feeling ot your spiritual pulse and
see whether it is beating iu unison
with the bible. So far as we have
heard ail 6pesk egloiiistically of his
preaching ability aud say they have
not oniy been ediiied and instructed in
the way of the Lord but highly euter-
taiued also. This meeting has already
resulted in great good to (his city by
the convession of.iuuers andcement-
i'lg the hiar.s of Christian people. The
singing of the chuir led by Prof. E.
M. Douthit aud wife is simply grand
while the solos of Prof. Douihit
charm the audiences. With such
preaching aud biuy;iug a great meet-
ing must be the result. Services
each afternoon at 3:30 and each even
ing at 8:15. Baptising fc: may after
noon ininiediatly alter the sermon.
Bo sure to attend the baud concert
nt the opera house Thursday evening j
May 31 the proceeds to be devoted to
the band fuuds. 23 lw
Arkansas Tom the notorious des
perado must spend his remaining
years behind the strong iron bars of
Uncle Sam's bnsiile. In the district
court at Stillwater the prisoner was
convicted of manslaughter. It will be
remembered that Arkansas Tom
played the s'.ar part in the batile be-
tween the Daliou outlaws and deputy
marshals at Ingalls last year and it
is supposed ihat the balls from his
gun laid low Deputies Suadley Hous-
ton and pced. He is a hardeued
siuner ai:d j. laces a uonnual value ou
life. No effort was made by the Dal-
lon gang to rescue the prisoner.
Do you want screen doors and win-
dows? If so call at cabinet and job
shop opposite postoffice. V. B. Law-
The trial of Ella Aud and Edgar
Townsend for infanticide was began
iu the criminal court Gainesville yes-u-rday.
Their crime was a most revolt-
ing one and of such recent occurrence
to yet remain lresh in the miuds of
the reading public without recapit-
ulation at this time.
Lost A. large pocket book contaiu-
U. S. processes and a commission as
deputy Uuiled States marshal for the
Ei steun District of Texas. Lott on
the road leading from Ardmore to
uouch cro6biug on the Washita.
Finder will please leave at Commis-
sion Gibbous' office and receive $2.50
22 3t J. W. LitJJE.
Last chance come quick our low
prices on Doors and Screen wire for
one week only Kearney & wyse.
For Sale Fifty lots in southeast
Ardmore. Apply to Lnm Jchuson.
J. B. Spragius & Co. meet any
body's prices on screen doors.
The best grades of manilla aud sis-
sil twine at J. B. Spragius & Co.
Jnst received a car load of sawed
oak fence post which I will sell cheap
for cash. Apply to John Williams.
Do you want your furniture re-
paired by one who knows how to do
it aud do it riirht ? Call at cabinet aud
job shop opposite postoffice. W. B
Found At the Texas Wagon Yard
a cab'net photograph of a little boy.
Card show? the same to have been
taken at Whatcom Wash. Owner
can have same by calling at this office
and paying for notice. 21 tf
State of New York
Albany January 12th
I Jamea F. Pie res superintendent of insur-
ance of the itate of New York do hereby certi-
fy tout the Kcw York life insurance company
of the city of New York in the Mate of New
York is duly aathorizi-d to transact the busi-
ness of life insurance in this at ue.
I further certify that in accordance with
the provisions of section 84 of the insurance
law of the state of New York 1 have caused the
policy obligations of the said company out-
standing on the 31st day of Decerader 18SI3. to
be valued as per the combined experu nee table
of mortality at 4 per cent Interest and 1 and
the net value thereof on the lst day of De-
cember li-SM to be
I further certify that from its annual state-
mint for December 31. 1SH.I nle j in tniB de-
f admitted assets
on the basis of admitted assets
after deiuctiu? therefrom the net reserve
($l-2S9(i!i.t7i .00) as calculated by the depart-
ment aud all other liabilities.
In witness whereof I have here-
unto subccrited my name and
seal caused my official seal to be affixed
at the city of Albany the day and
year llrst above written.
Superintendent of Insurance.
L. O. RoBKRTSoN
General Agent Ardmore.
LIKE A GREAT RAILWAY
With its branches running in every
direction are the arteries aud veins
which convey the blood to every part
of the system. A cold sudden
change or exposure may cause
poisonous acids to clog the circulation
and then comes Rheumatism. Be
ware! if you value life remove the ob
struction with Dr. Drummond's Light
ning Remedy. Send $5 to the Drum-
mond Medecine Co 48 Maiden Lane
New York and they will send you
two large bottles by express euough
for a mouth's treatment with full
soecial directions. Agents Wanted.
Judge Stuart has come home from
Washington aler talkiug with tho
judiciary commi.tees of both bouses
lie has arranged Tor two courts or
rather two districts in the tei ritory.
lie will have the Choctaws and Chick-
asaws in bis district while the other
district will include the Cherokees
Cteeks and Serainoles. He thiuksthe
bill will pass. Hespei iau.
By clubiug with the Gazelto the
Ardmoreite is able to offer to its
readers a most excellent combination
of local and general news all f esb on
i he day of happening for only $1.10
per month for both papers. tf.
I have for sale inside property pay-
ing S3 1-2 per cent on the price asked.
Call at once if you want the greatest
bargaiu ever offered in the city.
- C. B. Douglas
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20 pounds gran sugar stand $1.00.
8 pounds pie peaches 10c.
Grap-s 12 l-2r.
Genuine sugar house molasses 50c.
Good molases 30c.
Parlor matches 15c doz.
Lemon 8 16c doz.
T. M. RI0HARDSON
I. M. ttrta
(Capital Stock 150000.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Lumber Sash Doors Blinds
Lime Cement Etc.
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
THOS. J. CORNELIUS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
Places all kinds of insurance with responsible companies Fire and.
Lightning Tornado Lite Accident Employers' Liability Plate Glass.
Steam Boilers Etc.
All compauies represented in this agency are old and tried. You do no
experimenting when we place your business.
Asse's suttident for all possible contingencies as the fodowlng list
Fire and Tornado.
Insurance Company of North America
llaittord Fire Insurance Company
German American Insurance Company
Fire Association ------
Scottish Uuiou and National -Loudon
and Lancashire Fire - -
Manchester Fire - - - -
Niagara Fire - - - -
Springfield Fire and Murine -Pennsylvania
Orient. - -- -- -- -
Westchester Fire - -
Total assets fire insurance companies
Mutual Life lusuranco Con any of New York
Accideut Plate Glas; Etc.
Fidelity t.nd Casuality of I m York
Employers' Liability of Loni on(assets
Office First National
A SIMPLE REMEDY.
For the benefit of those ot our
friends who are interested iu chicken
raising or who are in any way annoy-
ed by insects of what ever character
the Ardmorciie publishes below a
simple remedy against mites fleas
A lady living in Paris Tex. has
made a discovery that ought to be ot
great benefit to the world. For. the
last year or two it has been the
greatest difficulty that chickens could
be raised on account ot miles. The
lady had been annoyed a great deal
and experimented iu many ways as to
thebest means of getting rid of them.
She fin dly tried a decoction of tansy
and to her delight found that it not
only destroyed miles but fleas and
other vermin. Many have tried the
remeuy wan unvai jiuRbuccess. n is
and absolutely harm-
Lovers of music will be given a rare
at the opera house May 31. 23 lw
DO YOU WANT
a desk writing fable couuters shelv-
ing or any cabiuet or job work of
any tiad then call at cabinet and job
shop opposite posiotfice aud have the
work done as it ought to be.
tf W. B. Lawrence.
Wanted A situation by au ener-
getic young man. Call or addiess
"Energetic" this office. 30-tf
An active agent in each connty in
the United Slate to solicit subscrip-
tions for the Twice-a-Week Republic.
A liberal commission will be paid to
hustlers. Address Superintendent Cir-
I cuiation. The Republic St. Louis Mo.
Good gunpowder tea 40c lb.
Best refined lard 8c lb. .
Best refined lard 60 lb. tins 7 l-4c.
Jnst received Full cream choice
grated pineapple; Cox gelatine Ger-
man sweet chocolate; bakers' choco-
late and retail preserves bf the lb.
Smoke Lltt'e Cuban Boy cigars.
Butter always on. ice.
Soda pop on Ice.
D. 0- RI0HARDSON
iu U.S. only) 1880
auk First Floor Ardmore Ind. Ter.
In the House the State bank issue
will be the subject of a heated con.
The Senate is expected to make con
sidei able headway with the tariff bill
HOW IT ACTS.
After using Drummond's Lightning
Remedy for Rheumatism according
to direction for ten days Mr. John
W. Boyeutonot Hampton Va. writes
that he can walk and attend to busi-
ness which he could not do before.
This Remedy has a remarkable re-
cord of cures not only relieving
pain but restoring all the functions
ot the crippled limbs. If you'want a
cure send $5 to the Drummond Medi-
cine 0o- 48 Maiden Lane New York
. addre88'two larj bottles of their
remedy with full directions for use.
Agents Wanted. 15 2w
a young man named Fisher son of
Col. E. D. Fisher agent of the Chick-
as aw Nation died at Tishomingo
Saturday. The remains were brought
here this afternoon aud were interr-
ed in West Hill cemetery. A num-
oer 01 prominent citizens 01 ine ler-
riturv were here t natt And rhnfunArm).
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Deceased was a brother of Mrs. Ned
Bounds. Sherman Register. '
Now is your chance to secure yonr;
I 1 . .. 1 .1 M . 11T . 1 It-!!
joch.1 uaiiy auu tutjirurt. vr vruLra.ij
Gazette for the small sum of $1.10 per
month. This is only ten cents more
than the regular nioutaly price of the
Gazette. alone. . tf
See Douglas' half page ad. of
reroaaie Auuitioa in iuis isiae..
Advertite in the Ardmoreite. .
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