The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 87, Ed. 1 Friday, February 9, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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ARDMORE CHICKASAW NATION. FRjr AT FEBRUARY 0 1894;
Myrtle Idre No. T. K
SOLD TO THE DEVIL.
at 7:30. Hall ouite coort .:-- document foil nil on Judge
treet. Viaiuutf Knighta cor-
it u w- r 'c Uoyd' tnble iu his Hi-chloride of
S. T. Bowktu K. K. A S.
TIME TABLE G C. & S. F.
aialveaton and ChieaKO Express
Uebarnv and KausasCily KxpreM
CnlTMtoB and Cuicnpo Expi-pb
Clcbarne and Kansna City Express
12.10 a. m:
10. IS a. m.
I. It. Masox Ticket Ag't
W. S. Keenan Gen. Pass. Ag't.
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES
OKU. S. MAILS.
South bound mail closes R:45 p. m.
tSouth bouua mail arrives 6:13 p. m.
North bound mail Hows 10 a m
North bound mail arrives 10:20 a. m.
Night ninilc are closed at 8.:0 p. in.
Mouey order department is open
at 8 a. in. and closed at 5 p. m.
Office hours t'rem 8 a. m to 6 p. m.
Sundays from ASO p. m. to 3:30 p. ni.
joli.V t. II AM KB 1. M.
SrvwEKUts IIakdy Deputy.
BOOTS AND SHOES!
I will give you bargains in men's
ladies' and children's tine shots.
l'nie and sec mc under Ard-
Gold lus'.itutc. It was written by a
patient jus! before commencing the
R'Y.! treamieut and shows the desperate
trend ol his miud at that time.
To whom it may concern Greet-
4.43 a. ra. ing: Know all men by my actions
P. m. j 'J at i of Sickens county Ind. Ter.
j For and in consideration of my de-
based habits and my uncoutrolable
desire tor nil whiskies bitters and
other iuiox'catiiig drinks and the re-
ceipt of which is hereby acknowledg
ed do grant bargain aud convey
unto the devil aud all bis imps of hell
the following to-wit: My manhood
my honor and my home and by thec
presents do grant and convey unto
misery want aud dishonor my wife
my children and all the h"ly ties that
biiid nis to the ones loved to well
when manhood was other but a name
anil I by this conveyance do convey
all honor all respect aud hope forever
so help mc whisky.
I funner more agree to'sr.crifice
all that is holy all that is pure and
diviue in my uature; for the above
consideration; and I further more
agree to bathe iu tears the lace of a
ouced loved wife aud all my truest
nature so help me forever.
Know all men by thee presents
that I R. I... Iioyd do agree and bind
myself to abrogate the f-.nove con
tract; ami by these presents will loi-
ever an mil all men. unholy vows so
help me W'herrell.
The Littles . " Palace !
FRUITS NUTS CANDIES ETC.
At the "Whittiugton corner
is the place to go for nd-
tiiisb!e drinks and the
finest cigars in the city
I am now fitted up for the
accommodation of the best
! ol trade. ItoiMrrou"
condui t strictly prohibited
S. W. Frost and wife of Daugherty
are in the city.
A lue line of ladies oxford ties and
shoes just received at Max West-
hein;cr& CoJs. 2 9-2t.
J. IJ.Spragins and W. U. DusSon.
are in the country today on a hunt
A complete line of ladies Oxfords
SOcts. to $3 at II. II. Russels cash
store. feb. 4 lw
Chief Deputy L. L. Stowe went to
Pauls Valley this morning on official
ONE QUARTER OFF on cloaks at
the Dig Iron Store.
Mrs. D. Bruner of Daugherty la in
the city visiting tha family of Jonas
a fine line of gents neckwear just
received at II. II. Russell'. feb75t
Ed Colbert we are sorry to state
is confined to his room from aa at-
tack of Ingrippe.
Ladd's hotel the Central is grow-
ing in favor. Try hi in aud see.
Mrs. v. A. t-cuneuer ana her sis-
ter Mrs. K. P. Seyfer of Mount Pleas
ant Ills are visiting in Gainesville
and St. Joe Texas.
Ladies kid shoes $2 every pair
at 11. 11
WOODM EX OFFICERS.
Below is given the cflicers of the
order of Woodmen of Tha World
which was organized here Wednes
C. It. Kendrick. C. GV A. J. Wilson.
A L.; T. II. Parker ISauker; J. .1.
Scott Ch'rk; S. I) Ciiitwood Escort;
Author James Watchman; O. S. Dai-
ley. Sentry; W. T. Bogie. Pliys'ciau:
J. R. Lea. J. 15. Smith J. A. Dilcs
THES LOTOS BALL.
The opening ball given last nigh
by the Lotos Club was the crowning
social event of the season: There
were many visitors from neighboring
towns swelling the list to thirty-five
couples present for enjoyment in the
That everybody enjoyed them
selves goes without saying and all
Were loud iu their praise of the man-
ner iu which the club arranged and
conducted the urogram.
The gentlemen composing the club
are proviug themselves a mest im-
portant factor in providiug enter-
taining amusements for the young
people and arc very zealous in their
efforts to combine dignity and tone
The crowning feature of last
night's ball w as the elaborate banquet
spread by Sam Greenwood. No paius
nor expense was neglected in making
it a feast to which crowned heads or
titled dignitaries might have felt
proud to be invited.
The music was furnishid by the
excellent Ardmoie string band to the
sotiud of which agile feet light hearts
aud lovtly forms glided in graceful
The ladies were elegantly costumed
while the gentlemen appeared in full
Iu the -'wce sma' hours" the gay
throng dispersed to their several
homes all feeliug that they had never
had a more pleasant or happy ming-
ling during their eventful lives.
BARGAINS i-y IN :-: GROCERIES
The J1. N. Worthy bankrupt stock of gro-
ceries has been moved next door to the First
National Bank and is rioW open arid ready to
be sold at cost.
J. Hi WORTHY Manager.
J. B. mGRARl
A house with nix rooms a stone fire
place crib baru lot never tailing
well four acres improved bind. Situa-
j ted iu M.-inusviilc. Helens biisiuc&s
t mining school located iu the town.
Apply to Dr. J. tj. Thomas
1 iy If. Columbus House.
leb. 3 Iw.
R. Hardy returned last night froi
Daugherty where he had been super
intending the movement of Dr. liar--dy'a
(Jo to T. II. Parker's the pioneer
jeweler of Ardmore for jewelry and
engraving of any kind.
Mi?s Mamie daughter ot Capt L.
L. Stowe is attending school iu Sher-
man. The Ardmoreite will keep her
posted as to home h:ippcniu8.
Cash i9 King a dollar of it will go
further at II II. Rust:l!.s cash house
thisu any place in Ardmore. 2-3 lw
Messrs. G. A. Smoot aud K
Notice is hereby giveu that W. B
Richard recently engaged by us in
the ale of the Davis sewing inachine
is no longer iu ottr employ uof docs
not represent the Davis sewing ma-
chine company in any manner.
f8 tf. J. B. Sprugins & Co.
Deputy Burns arrived in the city
this forenoon having in custody Ab
ner C. Edgeiiion a desperate criminal
who lumped his bonil about a year
s'nee. Mr. Burns found his man at
A dell Oklahoma. He made desper
ate resistance aud would not mrren
tier until after he hail been dealt a
number of blows from the officers
OUR PREMIUM OFFER.
The finest offer ever made to the
ladies of Ardmore. Genuine oil
paintings (not chromos) from $160 to
$1. They are large aud beautiful.
They would adorn the palace of a
queen. No lottery or drawing.
They Ark to bb Given Away.
You don't have to buy all the
iroods at once. Preserve these bills
and when you have enough come and
get the premium; You get them on
$15 worth of bills entitles you to
one picture worth $1.60.
$30 worth of bills entitles you to
one picture worth $3.
$50 worth of bills entitles yon to
oue picture worth $4.
I nc auove oucr uoius guuu uuiii
Iu a few days we will nave a nne
lot ot standard well bouud books
worth from 75 cents to $1.50. We
will give oue of these books for bills
amount fn" to $10. No tricks about
these offers. Come ind sec goods at
lowest cash prices.
f 8-lm Harris Sloan.
Opposite Cream Bakery
J. II. HUGHES Pior
Ardmore Ind. Ter
All kinds of territorial drinks and
he best br.inds of cigars. Good
4abl--8 an orderly house and gcntle-i-aulv
treatment of customers
The Ardmoreite is pleased to fctntc
that J. N. Worthv is again before the
p -ople of Ardmore for a liberal shar-"
j of their trade. See his ' ad'1 which
appears elsewhere iu this issue.
Old papers for sale
at this office; 25 cents
CENTRAL - BARBER - SHOP.
Next door to Dallas Meat Jark.-t
on Main Slrfet. Experienced
workmen. Blimp tools and geu-
W. L. Thomas Ppropriotor.
D. M. Caxnox Assistant.
All k i nil.-) ot Machiuery and
Gins repaired by me. Head-
quarters at Oil Mill.
F. M. Lawrence
LADIES DON'T BE DECEIVED
Fisher left last night far Pilot Point Edgemon is badly used up but
Texas where they will organize a will recover. lie now languishes m
inrfoA nf Wnm'iMPii r.f tt vri.i jail wl j he will i'ctnain uutil after
his case is disposed of by the court
G. M. l arbrough & (Jo. bwy and
sen everytniug in tne. scconct baut r.n n BUS II TO THE RACKET
line from khehen to parlor Feb. 3 tf
Dr. Thomasoa a prominent and
wealthy citizen of Era Texas- is in
the city the guest of Joe M. Loudon.
He is prospecting with a view to lo-
cating. AVheu in need of jewelry of any
kind don't forget that T. H. Parker
carries the largest and best stock in
Conductor W. B. Cheney of the
Santa Fe and wife of Gainesville are
iu the city the guests of iheir aunts
Mrs. Kendall and Mrs. Dollius ou
South Mill Street.
For SaliE A email secoud Iinud
iron safe iu good repair. Euquire at
Van Deubcrg Bros. feb 7 4t
Architect F. W. Kane is in the city.
His family is now in Gainesville but
will be here next week to take up a
permanent residence. Mr Kane con-
templates building a residence in the
fcell's cash store.
Tb COLUMBUS HOUSE
L. B. Itobefson Proprietor of the
Backet store is largely overstocked
on shoes aud for a limited time wi
offer from one two three tbousani
dollars worth of shoes at from 25' to
50 cents ou the dollar. The shoes are
piled out iu front of the store am
marked in plaiu figure?. No use to
cut prices unless you cat 'em deep
enough for the people to see the dif
ference. Now is thfe chauce of a life
time to get a supply of shoes' cheap
i onrs for spot lvas'i.
L. B. Robersou.
THE PBESS BlhCK PLANT.
Mesr. Davie and Wood Two of
A rd mo re's enterprising business men
have recently purchased aud on the
8th inst. placed iu position a complete
Seward press brick machine ot
25000 daily capacity. The plant than
which nothing is more uecded hero
is located iu the north end of tho
city in hat is known as the Camp-
bell field and will be put in opera-
tion at once. They wid furuisli em-
ployment for 15 skilled laborers be-
sides numerous working men and
teams and nifluufacturc a brick sim-
ilar to the Gainesville pressed brick.
The boiler and engine are' 35 horse
power and will ena'olo the firm to in-
crease' their capacity as fouud neces-
sary. A3ide from furnishing a build
ing wst?rinl superior to the hautl
made brick the establishment of this
plant will prevent another brick fam-
ine siic'h as now cxkts. It is a wrll
known fact that several hsndsoni
structures would now be well under
way but for the senreity of inateri-I
and as tlrece gentlemen will ereit
sheds if nd dry houses work will pn
grogress f'egardless of the weather. .
J. B. Spraigins carries a full line of
all The standard sewing machines
cousistiug of the Davis white New'
Home and Excelsio-. He offers them
at the lowest cash prices and guaran-
tees them in every respect. 12-12 tf
THEIR PIRST DISAGREE MSN Tf
B6V a Bridal Coirple Fall Oat Over'
There was a newly married e"oupls
a't one of the Washington hotels the'
Other day and they wcro as dead hi
love with each other and as anxious to
let nobody else find it out as sne.hr
people usually are. He was all atten-
tion and the waiter noticed when they
came to dinner which was the first
meal served after they reached tho
hostelry that he ordered every thin -j'
she did. She wanted Her beef welt
done and so did he. She ordered a
glass of milk and rye bread and he
immediately did likewise. When shrf-
took a sip of the fluid he followed suit; t
tf ith gallant alacrity and a man wit'.i J
half an eve coulJ see that he was"1.
drinking her health every tim-.v
When they were through and har
left the room the waiter re
marked to the star boarder
under his care that "dey wuzn' m
useter gfb Boclic f"ies two set4-? eif '..
deeshesV ' Dey dess et de barme stuff- j
an' orter had wun plate betwix nin." j
The star boarder happened to bj at' '
breakfast synchronously with Vx de-'j
voted twain nexi nforninrr. They
ordered everything' alike until it cacia .
"How does yer want yer ais?'
Subset ibe for this Ardmoreite.
THE DAILY AR'DMOR'eYtE.
Hugh S. Myers a leading and rep
reseutative resident of tho Wynne-
wood country was in the citv this
morninsr. having- stonned over on hi
r. .j queried the waiter. . : jt-MNffi1YEES'.A LK
.. . . - . .1 "Soft boiled" replied the sylph- on Wn tay the fcft dir f robroaVy A !.
him a commission from Marshal lik? brlde. ii. iwiii..ii atvabUc4ucUontotha htgh.r
Wililams ai chief deputy for the Iu- The groom struggled manfully with bidder for flash at the Dolaob stora hon at
dian Territory. The appointment hfmself for a moment or two and then' Roa i. t. an the property .in my bands aa a
is ai good as could have been made. ' ?rcw red to the root ot ma hir-.
.. . . .. .... I "Gimme mine fried on both sidc.i
Mr. Myers possesses sterling qualities s - . . ... . eateffort.
By any one into ln licviiig that the paste board make allowance
Bvstem cf drtS'-cuttiPR ts the uet.. Piol. orKV uarmeut ui
nK cygii'iii is me oniy prniiiuni rc cWUu ucc L. F. Butler Post Master at Leba-
pr:ncip e 08 used by mercnaiu tailors it combines Btmnucuv - . . . . .
jii.mi(io .o j nou was in the city vesterduv hav-
oxactnes of lit and can be applied to anv article of lad let' wear ' ...
fl0m pocket handkerchiefs t. the latest and most fa-dii. nable 'g come over to replevin a mu.e
d esses. Thi.63 c.ntemlating taking lessons slioulil by all means wlch bad been seize .v attachment
ee for themselves the truth of my statem nts as to the Work S.vs- nd on which Mr. Butler held a prior
tem. It is e;.silv underhtooil and I guarantee every pysiem I sell mortgage. While here he found time
to give perfect aatiffaction. 1 desire the ladies to call on mc at to subscribe for the Ardmoreite.
my residence or address me through the mail and I will cheer-1 . . 0l .
fully call on them if they o desire. Home hours fr- m 2 p. m. to ' nfl ttfl0..J-11' iTltr'othe0''
tc. ..mooii.' ooririt .... r t nal tailor tor our clothes lie
up. m. jjiiv. JJMOic ojiiui uitrier Ave. pVVv. u. u. wan a. euarautees perfect fits best of sroods
nuu reasonable prices. Kooms up
6tairs over L. C Slaughter's grocery
store. 2 5 lw.
George Qobson Sheriff of Grayson
county Texas before the warj now
living at Denison is in the city Mr.
Hobsou is favorably impressed with
Ardmore-and there is some likeli-
hood of him moving his family bero
and making this bis future home.
ONE QUARTER OFF on clothing
at the Big Iron Store.
Messrs. W. W. Hyden- and Doll
Jackson have bought out L. C. Slaugh
ter and will take charge of the bui-
' ncss on Thursday next. As they are
both thorough and well known busi-
ness gentlemen we hail the'r ad-
vent iuto business on their own ac-
cord with pleasure.-
Our reporter noticed a large pile
of boxes being unloaded at II. II.
Russell's cash store tod'ty. lie was in
wUl Kf.i.Qtit .t. formed that they contained' tne tar
I gest aud best assortment of ladies and
i gents shoes ever brought to ATdmore
-IS STILL IN THE SWIM-
When in Ardmore you will find it tr your advantage to stop'
where you get g od elenn beds and good first class accommo-
dations tit prices to suit the times.
SOUTH CADDO STREET
One Block from Depot.
A fine stallion will te in Ardmore on or a few days prior tb the
convening of the March term of court. lie
Bargain and on1 easy ter un
NORMAN wa-s sired by 0ceola-an imported PefcherOn sfjallton1 fU8d es k.d b.l"SS
which mor& Window .pd M Dam. a three-quarter Xo$ uujSZ.
i mare. He is a jet black 18 hands high weighs l9oo pound? sis ' ed. feb. S lw.
Tears old end very ftylish and attractive
.. For further particulars Bee LUM JOIINCON
Advertise in the Ar4fflOrite.
both as an officer aud a gentleman.
SWADDDLINGS NO LONGER.
A prominent and close observing
citizen remarked to the reporter this
morning tnat as an evidence mat
Ardmore was no longer iu her swad
dling clothes it was only necessary to
relate his experience last night. He
dropped in the Lotos- Club rooms
they wrere crowded. Passing' on' to
the K of P hall he" found a full attend-
ance. Later he looked in at the ladies
sociable and saw five spacious' parlors
crowded with ladies and gentlemen.
It would be supposed that but one
social event at a' time conld prove
successful but such conclusions do
not now apply to the cit y of Ardmore.
The young ladies of the Methodist
church are making preparations tor
quite a? unique Valentine entertain-
ment on the 14th instant. From the
interest they seem to be taking it
promises to be one of the most pleas-
ant affairs of the season.- Do not for-
get it.- Music poetry-fun and refreshments.-
aitcnoo of the tarate of William 11. Uotaon.
n-t'. J property eoiisiatiu; of a' stock of mrcban-
i diaand More Hxttirra including safe at Ro:T
IT. as Bat pa of cotton. S mali-n. 4 horaM r
A big pair of blue eyes looked at mnra and olt. lVaarou and hnra-M. one dwell-
him reproachfully across the ta'jle hom nt Roff I. T. one dwi-llin bona in?
while he discovered something inter-' Ardmore I. T..one honaa and 18 aerra of a i
esting in the butterdish. Then she on the outskirts of Ardmore.I. T. All Dooka
siched. It was their first difference and Scrouula of WilHam II. Dotaon. Sal pot-
Judge R. IP' West returned last
night from Dallas where be has been
for several days on professional busi
ness. The case in which be was
Interested was submitted to the court
after argument but bad not been
decided when Judge West left.-'
Sliegle the baker has returned to
his first love aud he will supply the
people of'Ardinore with the best of
bread. Cakes and pies lbr parties
a speciality. Free delivery to auy
part of the city.- Flag the bread
wagon or call next door to the Bot
tling Works. JroD. 3 1 w:
and she let
him know that she re- l'ive-:
A ORAVE-YARO GHOSTV
Arimnre.'TT.v Jao. 0 1881.- jaa 101m.'
tVhlch la Thought to' B' ttt'tt Sp'.rlr a
A irhost has made its appearari-e in
the graVe-yard surrouWdiiry the' his-.m...ntal trees eTer.ireena. ahrubbery roea.
FRUIT -3 r TREES. .
Any one wiahing fruit trcea. ahada or oraa-
toric First Presbyterian church which
is in the middle of the' business por-
tion of Elizabeth- N. J. ft contains
the bones of many Revolutionary sol-
diers. The phantom was 6en first
by John Weuhser a baker who works
Apposite fhe' graveyard. He was goin-?'
to get a pall of beer' about rniun'.glit. 1
He was walking along thinking when-
he was startled by an unearthly sound
from tb.e graveyard. He behald a'
specter moving to and fro amon? this'
headstones and it was muttering' in
The specter must have been . the re-
turned spirit of some dead sold'er for
upon seeing' the' baker" it raise 1 its-
arms as if aiminir a run. After tnu
sight it uttered a groan. Th i tin's
(run didn't iro off.- As Wennaer stoct
rooted to the spot Che ghost pfc'.ie'l n
two stones as large as bricks anl'ST"
hurled thenv at him. OnS stru jV the
iron' fence that surrounds' tha grave-'
yard; . The other Weun-or says j
struck his hat and knocked it of.
Wennser then ran bttck tJo ths ba!c9ry"
and upstairs into' tbfe" proprietor's'
apartmehtis where' a party wn in the
midst of a dance! He tbli h:s ex-
perience! Several y'oang m sn r-isha 1'
from the' ouilidihg and searched the5
church-yard with' lanterns bat f ailc l1
to find any trace of a human bsin-
WeaBerB hat was found in t'io gut-
ter and a stone lay nzar it. The
specter was reported abroad agara tbs
grapi virtpa. raaplHTTiea atrawberriea Mkek'-'
berrlea etc. . would do well to aee me baforar'
bnVius. Sry btock comes direct from the Bon'
ton Knracry Arkanaaa. and I aelT for leaa
moa-:j than any agent in tills cohn'ry aelllnx
fli-xt-rlr.M nhrsery Block. Call and examne'
ato.:S andg-vt priori bvfore bUViii elseirhare-
as I caVsava you mbn--y. TfchVi reapeetTtlliy
West Main Street - - Ardmore f. T
W a sl d sf P ot-i if
Given : Away
SI. LUUIS RtrUBLIO..
- TEN" PORTFOfOS OF WORLD'S
FAIR VIBWS; each Portfolio' Jon-
i-. in ing id Views and inch view a'cru-
ratIy deKerilwd. Views of the Main!
Build ingd. State Itnildings fho' Mid'-
way' Views vf SratunrV riv
'l he fen Pbrt'fbtiut will be given'
witlioiit ectil to anyone' w ho will ceud'
five new yearly subftt-riber to the'
Twice-Week Rtf public wilh 5.00
the regular subrcriptlon ptice. Ad-
drees : '
THS R5?at!(ri St. Louri Lrd
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