The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 87, Ed. 1 Friday, February 9, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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A31 members of the iJbtoa Club arc
rrqu'jfete't to bs present at ibe.ir 1 all
"WetluesclHy eve. Feb. 14. Business
II. E. Foster i'reMdcat.
J. V. Scani-as Secretary
Madame Jjn'Jtay iuveutor of Me-
chanical art of dress cutting cuts and
teaches the seamless waisie which the
eh called tailor vsem does not. Will
be foui.d at Hotel Bruce. f 83t
Tho ladies sociable lust night given
for the benefit of the Ardmore poor
vas i Success in every particular.
The ammouut re:dz d could not be
obtained but it is uu;leretood it was
ail that had been au.ieipatcd. The
ladies in charge deserve great credit
for the successful niauuer in which
thy arranged for and carried ou
their pn gram.
WAR 1NG O
In the United States Court in th-
'I erritorv Third Judicial Division
March term 1894.
I sham M. Davis plaintiff 1
Sarah L. Davis defendant )
The defendant Sa nh L. Davi is
warned to appear in this court in
thirty days and auswer the complaint
of the plaintiff Ishani M. Davis.
Witness tlie Honorable Chas P.
Suart judge of ait court and the
seal thereof this 8th dav of Kib. 1X94
SEAL Jos. V. Phillips Clerk.
Hy Jno. A. McClure Deputy.
Stewart Denuee ally for plaintiff.
Charles M. Campbell Esq ap-
pointed aitoruey for uou-res-idcut
Iji the Uuitrd States Conrt in the Indian
Territnrv. Third Judicial Division Mnroii
Geo. M. Kobinson Plaintiff I
Minnie Robiiibon Defendant I
Tin defendant Minnie Kob:ngon is warned to
lijipear in tliia court in thirty lays and anawer
t:ie complaint ol tae plaiutin Geo. M. Kobinsoii.
Witness the Honorable Chag. IS. Stuart
Jndge of naiil conrt. and the 8-l tiiereor this
Si.d dav or February
IS&AL) Job. W. Phillips Clerk.
By .Ino. A. McClure Deputy.
Campbrll A West attorney.
K. W. Dick appointed attorney for noa-rcBi-dent
defendant iV-b.aary 2. ISM Jos. W Phil-
In tho United Platen conrt In the Indian Ter-
ritory. Third Judicial Division. March
Nellie Duke plaintiff . )
Joseph Dnke defendant. f
rhe defendant Joseph DHke is warned to ao-p.-nr
lu this court In ihirtv days and answer the
complaint of the plaintiff Nellie Duke.
Witn.-ss the Honorable Chas B. ftnart.
lud(te of said court aud seal thereof this 5th
"day of February ltl.
SEAL Jos w. Phillips clerk.
By John A. McC'ure dopnty.
Campbelt wcBt attorneys for plaintiff.
K. w. Dick appointed attorney for non-resident
In the United States court in the Indian T r-
ritory. Third Judicial Division March
Therza M. Zachary. plaintiff
James M Zachary dsrendant
The defendant James M. Zachnry is warned
to appear in this ro:irt in thirty days and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff Therza
Witness the Honorable Chas B Stuart. Indirn
fsaid conrt and tho seal thereof this 2nd day
of February 1801.
SEAL Jos W Phillips Clerk
By Jno A. McClnre Deputy.
Dick Brown an 1 Jackson & Kendrick attor-
neys for plnint:ff.
O W Patchell attorney for non-resident de-
fendant. WARNING ORDER. i
Im th. iTn;tflii Qa rm-t ;. Ka Tn:n I
Territory. Third Judicial Division March j
C. W. Myait. plaintiff 1
Afn T.. lvatt. defendant. V
The defundant Ava L. Mvatt is warned to
app.tnr in this conrt in thirty days and answer
the complaint of the plaintiff. C. W. Slyalt.
Witness the Honorable Chas. B. Stnart lu.i'-c
of said conrt and the seal thereor this lot day
of February 1H.
ISEALJ Jos. W. Phillip Clerk.
By V. J. Penree Deputy.
Potlerf A Hardy attorneys for plaintiff.
O. W. Patchell attorney for non-resident defendant.
From now until January 1; there will be such a slide in prices at the Backet Store as wao
Nevey JBefore Met With in Ardmore
The date for taking stock and preparing for next year's trade is approaching and until that time my entire stock is subject to tho
Very Lowest Possible Cash Prices.
It consists of the largest stock of Dry G-oods Clothing Boots and Shoes Gents' Furnishing and Millinery Goods ever brought to
Ardmore or the Indian Territory-
ZMy prices are in strict conformity with the times meeting any honorable competition. Remember the Racket Storo and tho in-
ducements it offers.
DON'T CARRY BOGUS COIH.
It I Contrary to tfca Liw and May
Untall OUagreaable CinMeqasnera.
A man better have a live rattle-
snake in hi pocket than a counter-
feit dollar carrlodas a pocket piece."
said Inspector Lawrence of the treas-
ury department to a Minneapolis
Journal man when talking about the
carrying of coins or bills which one
knows to be counterfeit 'A great
many men don't know the danger
they run in this thing" he said.
"Suppose for instance that a man
had a counterfeit dollar which he has
had for years one that he has picked
up somewhere and carries as pocket
piece. He goes into a store one day
to get something or other and gets
a lot of silver coin in chancre. He
goes from the store say to a sa'oon.
where he b.ijs a drink or to some
drug store to get something or oth r
it matters not whe:e he goes pro-
vided there is one of these smart"
young fellows behind tho counter al-
ways ready to take somebody up on
something or other.
Paying for his purchase with one
of the dollars the man behind the
bar or the counter as the case may
be. flings the dollar bacic with the
remark that it is counterfeit. The
purchaser somewhat abashed. and not
liking the eyeing of the crowd around
begins to make excuses to the effect
that he did not know that it was
counterfeit and so en and tho clerk
who is anxious to make a record as
a counterfeit detective suddenly calls
in the police and the man is arccsteJ
and searched. On his porson is found
the other counterfeit dollar anl the
possession of two is prima facie evi-
dence that he intended to pass both
of them and that man hasn't got
enough friends in the world to keep
him out of the penitentiary. True
it looks hard but the man had no
business carrying around a counter-
feit coin for a pockotpiece or any
other reason. It is a plain violation
of tho law to carry counterfeit money
about you something which many
people do not realize.
"Suppose 1 happen to know that
a man a cashier in one of the woll-
known banks of Minneapolis or St
Paul for instance has a $2J bill in
his possession. I go into that bank
and 1 cail him by name and ask him
for that bill. He says ho hasn't got .
it. But' I rejoin 'you did have
such a bill yesterday in your posses-
sion for I have the testimony of two
reputable men that they saw you
6how it around to some parties. Now
I want that bill; yoa have no business
with it.' He demurs and makes
various excuses and does not give
me any satisfaction. What do you
suppose I do? I go out and get a
search warrant and I go through
every dollar in that bank dollar by
dollar or bill by bill until 1 find
that counterfeit $2) bill and then I
confiscate it Thero used to bo no
law against this sort of thing but
there is one now and the public
generally ought to know the facts in
the case. And formerly it was not
an offense to make the dies which
are used in counterfeiting anybody
could make them and anybody could
have them in thoir possession so
long as they were not used but that
has all been changed now."
DRESS OOODS reduced
ceDt at the Big Iron Store.
Subs ribe for the Ardm reite.
Capt. John Gait and a few others
are interesting themselves in trvinsr
to secure a date from ex-Governor
Bob Taylor on which to deliver his
lecture "The Paradise of Fools." If
Mr. Taylor can be iuduced to come
to Ardmore it Will be
event of the season. A delegation
from here will proably meet Mr. Tajr-
or lu Vailiesvilie tomorrow mg&t JUKI
submit a proposition to him looking
to au engagement. By all means let
this matter be attended to at once.
ALL boys' youth's and men's suits
and overcoats reduced 25 per cent at j
the Big Iron Store. I
YOUR :-: CHANCE
If You Want Jewelry or Silverware of any Deec iption
T.'fi. PARKER tfig fieaffing foHTRfer.
Can Supply Your Wants at Figures That Will Surprise You.
Repairing a SpecialtyQuick Work.
Call and Examine Stock at Once.
If ycu want si good team
nice rig ox saddle Iioi?sc
if will pay yen to go to
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In Business You Should
New Toik Life -
Alist of 100 men in an J snrrmuding Ardmore insuvd in thif company
n H MCZnifi. Woodford
j Holm a Aksis Wot dfcid
l J Akcrs. wodfori
k M Kiner Ai dmure
j s o'Aially
w a Ledbetter
s zuck rman
w u Frame
J vr Harper
A B Freeman
J 8 b Apollcs
w p vvhittiugton
j w Banks
k L Lai gh I in
e Zi Morgan
l o Robertson
C C Homing
a M Burch
J B smith
Alva i:off i-
e k Grav s.
c N Simmon?
T s walker.
A B Hudspetli
c P vandenherg
c m coy
j n m rattcri-or
John c patter on
v k uiern
w 1 Vaughn n
Lee A Amo!d
w v wipcp
J E Kinjr
U L Bi;-gerS
A S Pulliam
A list of twenty prominent mm outside cf Ardmurf:
M T Johnson Minco.
e 0 suggp sugtop
w g wiiliamf Mirco
j ii Tuttlr jainct
Hnrv jo!r son azinc
chas b Campl.ell Miner
G it ueeler FnrceH
ikard sii"g supton
w p Bradley chickasha
D C McKUSNoN. General Exrentive. Ag't KiiDgas Citr M
L O ROBEltTSON Geueral Disiiict Ageut. Ardmore IT.
H3Tvefiting machinery traction automatic and plain en-
gines ; all kinds of boilers cotton gins and presses suc-
tion fans elevators line shaftp pulleys beltings and
engine fittings binders self-rakes dropperp mower?
threshers bay presses twine oil? etc. etc.
50.0 3 T Ale.candm 1C0
1000 K Helms 100 -
1000 nsninkins iQQi)
3000 v J Ban on. 20J :
CO0O 'rhi-8 h Roberta aCXXT1 .
3000 Mat-Ttnnerv ZOOU
5000 Ed Nelson - 6000
7500 i l G ireat 1000
10000 j w T Lancastci 200
3O00 ; Jas e cruts 3000
2000 Goo. p. perry ' 500
6000 J. r. criner 1 600
3000 Gtorge crinei 6000
3000 George MtMillan 6000 .
10000 Sam a Brown 2000
10000 sam h Brown" 6000
10000 Ed nubi ard. 2000
4000 J c Purcillcr 3000
1000 chns T Ryan. 2000
1000 Mrs Agnes whitt'ngtcn 00
3000 J t liureh 3100
3000 w H Taylor 2008 .
7000 Joe Taylor . 1000
10 000 Toni c narald JOOflL
2000 Julius Kahn ItQO
2000 s s Evants 3;o v
2000 o L King. " Sooo
Perry Thompst n uooo
r000 kI huri;ey 6ooo'
; 300(.J w n Burney ltooo
1000 Ben vaiighan 6oooM.
2000 c c Feland 5coo1m
2000 R r Elliton ."iooo
1000 Joe p cross - oooo
2000 R bt scivally l(X.o
20C'0 Lee Gait Sooo
30t0 a m Yaibrough lxo
5kKK) l n Turman 3oou
2000 Dr Jno n Rynn 2oi-o
.r)0(X ur. g L Ryan 2000
2000 Dr JA rdd 1om
1000 c (arter 2ooo
1000 JOGiJlum 4ooo
KXK) oiove chase 25o
5000 Frai k aiinler 3o
5000 giO Hewitt 3r c
20(X) rrai'k Drggerf oooo
1000 .roe Pitman 2ko
2000 win Pitiman 3ooo.
IOOOjW h st.rjT lotoo
5oooo charit y camibcllchicka8ha 2ooo
5oooo warren warn Me nealdion 5ooo
00000 Geo Isaacs chit kasba 10000
27' oo jnmr-s uennie paulBr valley 1 0000
2"ooo a1 x Ker n e
1 00 to sam Gat vin white Bead
15ooo calvin c;rant
loooo jj Mccallister
loooo Dr P THOwell navis
2 'ooo w g Brvson
liooo And a list of 5oo more.
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Wilson, F. E. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 87, Ed. 1 Friday, February 9, 1894, newspaper, February 9, 1894; Ardmore, I. T.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc614657/m1/4/: accessed May 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.