Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 174, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 23, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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Published every evening except
P. E. Wilson
F. E. Wilson Editor.
R. S. W. Parker Bus. Mgr.
ICotert'd st the p-ralortice at Ard more as sec-
ond clnkb luuil matter Xuumkr 27 lt93.
;N POLLY'S WAKE.
Akdmokk I. T.. tubs. May 22.
A N N O UNC KM EN T.
Oeuileim-ii. Please announce my
name candidate for the office of
Governor of the Chickasaw Nation;
at ilic ensuing election iu August:
1891. I want nil that are in favor ot i
n eijual division vf the land lo uive 1
mo Iheir support. It. L. Boyd.
Clean the street a stud alleys be-
fore d sense and death stalk
ttbn a ! in our midst.
The tenate c jutinucs to dilly-
daliy with the tariff bill while
the bu.-ine.s interest- of trie emu-
try ar- suff rir g from the uncer
tiiittie.- of tiie situation.
Texas has be. n getting lined up
fur ai anie-con ventiou tl jlit. Make
the light bef re the convention
days com s. Talk it over gel to-
gatlter and fight the memy until
. .. j
Ewrv body understands that the
patched-up cobbled worked-over
tariff Dill i.- u t at ail what it s-ught
to be. But anything is be't r thau
McKinleyi.-m. and why in thunder
don't the senate pass the bill as fl
is and give us some hiog? The.rj
vafc'lkting dilly-dally n c urse
is enough to give a man St. Visus'
daiice or some other nervous de
rangement. Oklah niair
never see Qoldny with your st
ter any more. "No they meet very
teldotn now. "llaTe the quar-
reled?" "No; they're married."
Mistress So yoa are poinr to leave
tny service? Nov wh.it motive im-
pels you to go away? Servant It's
qo motive madame: It's a soldier.
Doctor I wonli advise you to take
a walk every morning before break-
fast. Sappy Bat doctor I ah nevci
jret up until after breakfast y'know."
He I dreamed last nk'htthatl died
and went to heaven. Sho ITow could
you tell that It was heaven? Ho
There wasn't a soul there that I had
'Why did yon leave ycur last place.
Were you dissatisfied?" UriiLyet I
was ma'am; the mistr.is would insist
on pivin' lie wa;es whin it s salary I
Mra Joacs EtheL you mijht tell
iue who the yonn man is that calleJ
last evening. Ethel just seven tceu
Certain y mamma. If you'ro curious
about it; that's th your man i'n
flprtffs of VTIIIow.
Anton; the people of Vienna there
is a firm belief in the power of those
early messengers of spring sprigs of
the willow. They aro taken to church
to be blessed and are then placed
over the be Is of the children and over
thft images of saints in the living-
room. The common people make their
little ones swallow three of the small
shoots to preserve them ag-ainst dan-
ger of all kinds. The children are
sometimes near BufTocntinjf during the
A l;ttle Mown and strlkiag (41U0M
of foresight andinJmtttry exhibited by
a bird Is that of the C Jiforuia wood-
pecker. Like others of its kind this
bird is an insect eater. Yet in view
of the approach of winter it prepare
store of food of a wholly different
character and arranges this with as
much care as an epicure might devMe
to the storage of his wine in a olUGr.
In the su iner the woodpecker lives
on ants. For the winter he stores ok
scorns. To hold each acorn it hollo va
a small hole iu a tres Into which the
ocorn is oxactlv fitted and is ready to
be split by the strong beak of tha
climbing woodpecker though too
tightly held to ba stolen by squirrels
or other birds.
DOUGLAS tc DOUGLAS.
SS-Office over Williams Jfc Pennine-
ton's Ardmore I. T.
A I"rucfc wludlerw
The marquis de Rays a remarkable
French character who has just died.
is said to be tha man who suggested
to Alphonse DiuJet his Svrnmiig
"PorVTarascon. ' The maremia
eeived the idea of forming a tetany at
Port Breton in Oceautca. With (Jio-aid
of fallacious circulars he succeeded k
obtaining funis for the realization of
his fantasti: enterprise. Unfortu
nately he v.ul most of them into his
oWsi pocket and spent the remainder
ia Khding to the in aginary colony a
D'Dmber of his victims who died there
ft starvation. Prosecuted for swin-
dling he was sentenced to five years'
Traveler Now what ought Httlt
boys to say when a gvntlonasa g:ve
them a peony for carrying hU u&?
S.iiail Boy 'Ta.n't 'noujh.
" lllelgh-ion My po-r darling. Nov
that we nre p-inniless whit joy is
thnro lu life for you? Mrs. tU-i.ison
A lot of It. I can shop cii-n't I?
I'hotographsr Now my ta-tr lal
nt on a nieasant uxr.5-l.n Lu-iy
Son-in-Law in thi rear Oi 1
wouilii't mis) that sight fox the
"Hinklns went out hui-.tlng t"!s
morni- g." "Ail alone?" "Ye. didn't
even take a do." "'Spse h'll kill
anything?" "No. Not unless hs guta
caelanc .oly and ffl'mraHs suicide."
Ua!ilo.i' night of Way.
One of the pleasante.st features of
New York's uptown residence avenues
is the larjra number of rosy cheeked
babies who are t' Uiidled up and down
the sido .va Us whea the sua shines
brightly. After hnwever one has
been forced into the gutter half a
dozen times in as ma-iy bloc'.cs by
nursj girls wh pvjrsisi in pushing
baby carriages two or three abreast
he is apt to wish the babies were less
numerous or their nurses more mind-
ful of the rights of pedestrians.
A.m il. .!.- U llll7y.
Jr. Ilunerl of Urneubrior county
Vi-st Virg-Snia ia the faihor of fifteen
children whos-j uames all b-i.in with
the lei tor L an. i end with a voweL
The childreu's nam s are Ledona La-
varia Livigua Lorena Lycena
Lualzo Lean y Lacelia Ladura
Leonida Luma Lydabo LomefS
baaida and Leslie.
Suhscribe for the Ardmonite.
The fastidious g nt em m of th-ir.-n
fc-torc who on several tcca
ti ins hasvolnnte. red the informa-
tion to outgide pariits that tin-
Ardmor.it" would be a busted in
stitution before the courts gut
through ' with his appeal or
a judgment we hold ag tinbt tha'
boasted firm for service performed
can ease his mind of that hop d
f r delU'ion. Lmgnft.r the greu
iron stor. has been con ve.-led in-
t a hat cave and he has parsed
out of mind the Ardai ireile will
continue t mr.ke its daily visits to
b rea I in every l ous -hold in th
city. The exitttn e and pr.isperi-
ty of the A' dm ort-ite is not de
pendent 'n tint $1) earned by us
t nd of which he r ceived the ben
fit o he may disabuse Lis mind
cf his fondly hoped for and boa-t-elme:hidof
for it will fail to accomplish the
purposo. If you can't win on merit
we cannot aff nd to accommodate
you by passing out of txitence.
DeBERRY'S : SALOON !
(Babe DoIJerry l'i oprietor.)
Three Doors North of Fir.t Naiiunal Bank Dixon Strett
kiss - and -
3..j0 $4...0 $4 30
::" O T? T m. ATT TVT ' i
ALL OUR GOODS ARE SOLD OH A DASH BASIS.
No. 3Q1 East
Judge Stuart ba returned from
AVashingtou and as will bd seen
by expressions from him is very
B inguine that the jud ciary f t the
territory will receive attention at
the hands of congress and that in
the near future. It' Judge Stuart's
views and recommendations are
accepted by our law makerp court
matters will be re!ived and the
work greatly facilitated. Of course
we would prefer to have complete
jurisdiction as conferred and stip-
ulated in the Tiller bill introduced
by request but as it sterns impos-
sible to seenre that concession at
this time we will hail with
pleasure any measure which is an
advance step in that direction.
With an additional judge and two
mre commigjisners having final
jurisdiction in misdemeanors the
long delays which have heretofore
per fores of physical impossibility
impeded litigation will be reme
died so as to meet present emer-
gencies. This much is an admis
sion that the people of the Indian
Territory have rights which con-
gress must recognize. Later on the
eupreme court and complete juris-
diction will f illow.
Op"n to both sxos. School day rih! iii;lr ; no vac-it irn. Students can
nter at an tiisie We is-ue life Scholarship in P.ook-keepiujj- JJaukiiifr
Shorthand. T pewritin.j-. We have f-horthsrd pu;.iK who have Til loss th-ui
three months iu-qiiircd a rate of speed -f 200 words per minute new mat-
ter. This department is under the culroi of Mrs. J. M. f'udisill. who will
look after your dawirhters if seiu to thin school. Make vour Pons and daugh-
ters independent by giving thtm a prncticid business education.
C. K. TKOTJTMAN
CONTIlC10li AND BUILDER.
Business (louses a Specialty.
Estimates furnished on application.
Ji-Oflice opposite court house Ard-
more 1. T.
JOHN L. G ALT
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON-
VEYANCER SgOffice at Iron Store Ardmore
J. A. MAYS.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT AND
Office up stairs in Whiltington
f. a. BAKKY
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
SSyOffice in Williams & reuningtou
Building Ardmore I. T.
If. C. Pottorf. Henry Hardy.
Cornvlias Hardy Stcnojrraj.ber.
I'O'ITFKF '& IIA1DY
AT'lORNEYS AT LAW.
ggyOfficfi over Hardy Building Ard-
more. I. T. Notary iu ofiice. Will
practice in all Federal aud State
J. C. THOMPSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Say-Office over Joe F.Robinson Ard-
more I. T.
R. w. DICK
ATTORNEY AF LAW.
8Office up stairs in Smith build-
ing comer Main aud Court sts.
C. 31. Campbell. Kotit. 11. Wt-at
Formerly of Dallas Tex.
rAMPBELF. & WKST
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
AliDMORE I. T.
iJOyOilice up stairs near the coun
JACKSON' & KKMJlilCK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Otlice iu stairs .Inst across the
street iu front of court house
Ardmore 1. T
K. C. L1TTELL.
PHYSICIAN AND SURG I ON.
Obstetrics auil tiiseases ot womeu
a-sf-Viuce at l'alace urug store; resi
deuce on west jlaiu stictt Ard
more I. 'J'.
SEND I OR CATALOGUE.
We have now planted aud iu fine condition
a eo;:ilete stock of both largo aud small fruit
itees. auu plants Mirubbery aud roses.
Having tiiteeu years experience we grow
only such as we know to be adapted to this
climate. Three quarters mile north postoffice.
Save agents' traveling expenses; buy at home.
W. T. EOGIE.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
2y Office at Alexander's Drug
Store Ai'dmoie I. T.
K. H. AI.VIS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
jif-OiTice over City Drug Store Ard
more I. T.
GREGORY & CO.
Central Livery Stable
Has the het hi r.-es and buggies sample wagons for com
mercial nr n nunte
"uu.i-.o uuiiiia eiu. vareiui ana expe-
clnvt'is nonuaiiitod with the r-r.nntrv. Ti-st of
attention given to transput horses. Charges reasonable.
W. T. GARDNER M. P.
-Oirice at Palace Drug Store
Residence ou North Caddo street.
Muftis' M mhMtaut mM3JL
" eta Wat xi-c"C3 rfc x&urfe xs?
IbcWherrell cure is next fo the oldest in the United States. During
the four year of its existence thousands have been treated in the difierent
Whcrrell Institutes for Liquor and Morphine and there has not been a sin-
We simply defy nuyone to produce a eiDgle case treated bv the Wher-
rell system who has suffered from depression or whose health has been im-
paired in auy particular. The Wherrell Las the best record. Go to the
uearest Wherrell Institute or address
It. L. BOYD Manager - . Ardmor" Ind. Ter
DU. J. L. THOMAS.
Femcle Complaiuts a Specialty.
j$S-Day office at city drug store; at
nixht can be found at laruily resi-
dence on Mill street.
Ardmore 1. t.
O. S. BAILEY
BSrdleadqnarters at Palace Drug
Store where orders should be
left. Ardmore I. T.
DR. A. E. ADAMS
Local anaesthetics adminia-
I terod for the painless extrae-
hiou of teeth.
Bey-Office over Frsme's Drug Store
Main Street Ardmore I. T.
CENTRAL - BARBER - SHOP.
Next door to Dallas Meat jlarket
on Main Street. Experienced
workmen sharp tools aud gen-
W. L. Thomas Pproprietor.
D. M. Cannon Assistant.
AND NOW COMES
Adolpn Louis that old watch and jewelry
maker who used to hold forth in John Alexan-
der's dra x store and tells na tie will bnv and
sell nw and second hand goods from n needle
to aa ancuor. ana win uc a gtu' ml brokerage
bnsiness. Tske bim your work snd it will be
as beiore. W est Maiu Street at tbe lted sign.
Adolph Louis Broker.
CORNICE WORKS AND TIN SHOP.
Golledge The Tinner
HAS JUST RECEIVED A
FULL STOCK OF TINWARE
SHOP ON WEST MAIN STREET
IS STILL IN TIIE SWIM
When in Ardmore you will find it to your andvantag. to step wbcri
you ran get clean beds ajid firstclass acc mmoatioos st pricts
to suit the times.
Ardmore I. T.
HERE TO STAY AND TO PLEASE.
Bread PieF Cakes Confeatione and everything else fnund in
a firstclass bakery. Free delivery to all parts of the ity.
Yours for eustom
GEORGE :-: FE.ASHEE. :-: Prop.
ITY - MEAT - MARKET
Fresh Meats of nil kinds Bolognas and Sausages. S. 'Al!
Meat delivered by wagon to any part of the eity.
Cld Silks Met E F. HcBride Proprietor.
City Livery Stable- j
If you want the finest turnout to be had in Ardmore
don't forget the City Stable. New buggies carriages aad
fine horses. Commercial trade especially solicited. Expe-
rienced driveis nrquaintf-d with the country furoiihrd
when desired. Horses boa; de; by day or month.
CATHEY & SMITH PROPS
YOUR :-: CHANCE
If You Want Jewelrv or Siherware of any DefC ij tion
T. H PARKER tfis 1 fJEsEkr
Can Supply Y'our Wants at. Figures That Will Surprise Y.
Repairing a Specialty Quick Work
Have You a Relative or Friend
Who Takes Morphine' or Opium? .
All persons that take Morphine or Opium have contracted the disease
of Morphinism. They must be cured. 1 hev sufler from a disease which
prey upon every fiber and tissue ot the body. 1 hey may think tbev een
stop but they cannot. They cannot stop of themselves and atter repeated
attempts they find it out. Scienco and art comes to rescue them from their
misery in the Wherrell cure. Thousands of victims to morphine want to bo
cured but they dread the suffering. By taking the Wherrell cuie tbey do
not sutler in the least. They tre cured without their knowing ft by taking
the Wnwrell treatment. Go to the nearest Wherrell Instiii 'drese
It. L. BOYD Manager. - - - Ardr. cr.-."xer. -
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