The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 104, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 25, 1896 Page: 2 of 4
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Zbc Bails Hrfcmordtc.
Published Every Afternoon (Saturday Ex-
cepted) and Sunday Morning.
Ottiee of publication. North Court Street.
One Week .1
One Month ...... .50
One Year 5.00
WILSON & PARKER Proprietors j
R. S. W. Parker F. E. Wilsox i
Business Manager. Editor j
Entered at the Postofflce at Ardmore as
second class mail matter Nov. 27. '93.
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITY
ARDMORE. TUESDAY. FEB. 25.
The Ardmoreite is in no way
responsible for nor will it pay
any debts contracted by any em
ployee of this office unless ac-
companied by an order signed by
the business manager.
TAFFY DON'T GO.
This is the way the Pauls Valley
Enterprise rounds up those of its
readers disposed to work the taffy
racket without putting up for ex-
penses. It says:
"The Enterprise is getting tired
of taffy. If such marked improve - i
ments have been made in this j
sheet why don't you dance up to;
the fodder rack and get your name j
on our books. i
An attack upon Mr. Carlisle's
political integrity is in reality a '
dastardly insult to the south for
he is and has been f or nearly a
generation not only her most dis-
tinguished son but the exemplar
par excellence of southern states-
manship and southern standards
of honor and truth. And no
matter what else may le said
- against the south that section can
lioast that of all its long line of
distinguished statesmen and pa-
triots beginning with Washington
and Jefferson and coming down to
Wilson and Carlisle not one has
ever profited in a pecuniary way
by his political station not one
has left his name tainted with tin
faintest breath of scandal or dis-
honor bxit one and all have grown
old aud poor like the Romans of
old in faithful service to their
country. Truly a matchless re-
cord made by a matchless race.
Kansas City Times.
Bcatty's Organs and Pianos.
Hon. Daniel F. Beatty of Washing
ton New Jersey the great Organ
and Piano manufacturer is building .
more Organs and Pianos than ever.
In 1870 Mr. Beatty left home a pen-
niless plow boy and by his indomit- i
able will be has worked his way up. ;
so as to sell so far nearly 100000 oi j
Beatty's Organs and Pianos 6inco j
1870. Nothing seems to dishearten I
him; obstacles laid in his way thai ;
would have wrecked an ordinary man '
forever he turns to an advertisement
and comes out of it brighter than
ever. His instruments as is well
known are very popular and are to
be found in all parts of the world.
We are informed that during the!
next ten years he intends to sell 200-
to more or nis mane; mat means a
business of 820000000 if we average j
them at $100 each. It is already the 1
largest business of the kind in exist
ence. Write or call upon Daniel F. :
Beatty Washington New Jersey for
Bishop F. K. Brooks of the Epis- 1
copal church will preach Sunday
night March 1st at the Presbyterian j
The bishop will remain here several
days during which time be will ar-
range matters connected with church
work in this parish. j
For Sale Two desirable residence '
lots 'in Ferndale addition. A big!
bargain for cash. Apply at tnis of-!
Gosh.! I feel my nair slipping out; j
IVp 4 UU JCl a WILIUUL VUJlJlllC lid
For Woman and Home.
Womankind appeals to the taste
of the great mass of iieople; it
editors aim to fill it with
Dngnt stories clever poems in-
teresting sketches helpful hints j
aud suggestions that no woman ;
cau afford to be without it. "Sen- !
sible Wear" "Motherhood" "The :
Bright Homes" "Woman's Pro-
gress" "Child Life" "Floral";
"Women of the Day" etc. arc a
few of its interesting departments.
It is sensible and practical iu all'
things. "Able Bright and Clean" j
js its motto and that's the reason '
it is the favorite paper for woman.
Each subscriber paying one year :
iu advance for the Weekly Ard-
moreite or two mouths iu ad- j
vanee for the Daily Ardmortite j
cau secure Womankind one year
for 2.) cents.
A Story of Ransom.
The Washington Post tells a story Il-
lustrating the politeness of Minister
Ransom. . One day when be wan in the
senate as be was going down the Cap-
itol steps" he flaw approaching a very
dull long winded man. Ransom was
alarmed. He was in uo mental or phys-
ical chape to bear ti e brunt of a full
fledged bore jui-t at that moment. He
mast do Rcmerhing to Kave himself. A
the dull one drew near. Ransom in hi
desperation greeted him with short-
ness and hurried by. The other bad
paused but at this brief dismissal a it
were turned away up the steps. Ran-
som was tmitteu of conscience at bis
own rudeness. It was fi reipu to hi po-
lite aud llory instincts. He must do
something to take the soreutss cut of
the man. Ransom turned pleasantly
when home teu steps separated him from
the bore and called out: "Uoodby
Simpkins! I're been thinking a mighty
heap about you lately Simpkins!" At
this Simpkins began to betray symp-
toms of returning. "But don't come
back Simpkins" remonstrated Ran-
som wiidly moflCning with both bonds.
"I've been thinking a mighty heap
about you lately Simpkins but don't
come back ; dou't come back 1"
Conkling and Thnrman.
Senator Roscoe Couklmg was once
addressing the senate in an impassioned
manner and seemed to direct bis re-
marks to Seuator Thnrman. At length
the latter got irritated.
"Does the senator from New York"
he roared "expect me to answer him
every time ho turns to me?"
For a moment Mr. Conkling hesitat-
ed and everybody expected a terrific ex
plosion. Then with an air of exquisite
courtesy he replied :
"When I speak of the law I turn to
j the senator from Ohio as the Mussulman
j turns toward Mecca. I turn to him as I
do to the English common law as the
; world's most copious fountain of bu-
j man jurisprudence."
The usually decorous senate broke in- ;
to a storm of applause and the Thur- ;
' mau eye moistened a little. It is ever a j
: pleasure to be complimented but to bo j
complimented as a lawyer by Roscee i
' Conkling that was praise indeed. The j
two statesmen were the best of friends '
: and greatly enjoyed each other's society i
when "off duty." Baltimore Amen- j
The "Bad Man's" Sense of liniuor.
A young man from way down eat j
had gone to Denver armed with an old
fashioned Allen revolver "pepper box" ;
' that weapon was called in those days.
In a gambling house one night he be- j
' came involved with a "bad man" in a :
quarrel and drew forth his "p pper !
box." The "bad man" who was ically ;
a tough citizen from the mountains and '
who had not the remotc.-t idea of fear 1
aud who was always iini.nl wiih u pair
of big navies threw up his band in well
feigned dismay and said:
"Heaveus man! Yea uin't a-goin to :
1 throw that at me are you?"
For the sake of h;s joke he scared the
! young mau's life and to that one of the
: wealthiest and most respected citizens
of Denver now owes the fact that he is
i doing business in the western metropolis.
He is a monument of that border
man's sense of humor. Chicago Times-
Herald. A Witty Judge.
The late Lord Bowen besides being a
reat judjje was also a great wit am!
many interesting boumuts of bi.s are be-
ing recalled just now. Ou the occasion
of the queen's jubilee the judges were
drawing up nn address to the queen. ;
"Conscious as we are of our shortcom-
ings" ran the addiess. "Conscious as
wo are of one another's shortcomings"
suggested Lord Bowen.
Sometimes bis wit was very incisive
as for instance when he remarked:
"Truth will out even iu uu amdavit."
Not the least happy of his recorded wit-
ticisms was the remark he made w hen
congratulated on his appointment to be
a law lord. He would ho said find the
work easr his duty beinir to isivo his
opinion afcer so many others had giveu !
theirs. "In fact I only have to agree
and might well have been raised to the
peerage as 'Lord Coucurry.' "
Frog- Kgg Cnrioaltlea.
Frogs' eggs are laid before they really
become eggs in the true sense of that
word. They aro always luid under wa-
ter aud when first deposited are covered
with a sort of envelope in the shape of a
thin membrane. In this shape they are
very small but as soon as they come in
contact with the water they rapidly ab-
sorb that element and in so doing go
through a queer transformation. Tho
thin membrane containing the little
seeauke eggs is quickly changed into
great lumps of a clear jellylike sub-
htalM.e each section joined to'the other
the whole forming a string from a few
ng a string iroiu a few
inches to several feet in length. Ou the
iuside of each of these lumps of jelly
the eggs come to perfection and iu due
course of time add their quota to the
frog population of the world. St. Louis
Be Won II U Bet.
One must take the word of an arch-
deacon or I Bhoud be inclined to re-
filiat.t fn.tl.A. ....... 1 . ;.. 1 . A .
.u.i uiji tuiiiuidia IU ( 113 i'omj tii
the patrou whom Archdeacon YA'iltsou
mentioned at the conference at Cam-
forth the other day. A certain liviug
so said the archdeacon had fallen va-
cant by death. The patron summoned to
him hia legal adviser who explained
that the presentation must be entirely
gratuitous. "But." added the Liwytr.
"I will bet you ICo0 that you do'uot
present my son-in-law. " Curiooslv
enough the suu-in-law was the lucky
man. Loudon Rt alm.
"My deur"i;!id youngMrs. MeFlim-
Key to her huihuud "I do wiidi y. n
would not go about the botu-e iu your
hirt flcees. People will think your fa-
ther worked for a living.
"They wou't when they know hla
son." Detroit Free Iret.
15 THE LARGEST PIECE OF
OODTobacco Sold For
Are Built In the Largest and
1 hey are the Me&t Popular and
We Want an Acrent Bevwmbw"7Hri!7-n
Only dealer neeil apply ("titnlouue f; -
Opposite Postofiicc - -
Jewelry Way Down!
How Do You Like These Prices:
Walking Canes old price l.ixi
Pickle Stands "id price 4.(m
; Cake Stands old price i.Voo n nn
i Sugar Bowles old price
; Cream Pitchers old price t4.ou
i. Si. PARKE
A GENERAL CUT ON ALL GOODS.
The Leading Jeweler.
THE NEW YORK TA'ILOR I.:tef! ia Ardm-n- ami
! prepared to make your riot he m ;i -iDal! rit to yi.u sis :;y
one In the city. 1 carry a new ami .ijh-.li Mo-k .f !lli in
French tU rman and Engli-h lioiirtcl goink of the 1ni aiw;
linet quality. ( leanii.g. I ii. Altering and Repuriti)"
Neatly done. I have hud ye.-r iu the Lm-ine-v and guarantee
my work in every particular. Tw.. d.t.r-iM.iiiiM.r Vii-n..r hotel.
Drawing in the cloihin chili will lake place- in hi .M;. p each Saturday
night All niemlKT- arc requested lo U- on bund.
- av "V -XX. 11 M
212.7 TK "H lLL""S;"f
i'-v. m n
Dcst Equipped Factory In the World. !
Best Celling wheels .Made.
e l.y ti.mt.
OILS YARKISHES PAINTERS'
SUPf UES WALL PAPER
- nlmorv I. T.
Tea Spoons lingers
A No. 1 lsi7 fc!
Table Spoons !f.".IM) y f
Napkins Uinjjs AT COST.
Ladies' P.n-rtst Pins AT COST.
P R 0gJ3SJON A L
BEN F. GARRISON M. D. ' M. Uoaarr. Coa.i Jr Hay
Office-. Over Ramsey & Ross' GARRETT & HARDY.
DrudSlre. Offlce l.oum from 8 to ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW
10 a. m. and from 2 to 4 p. m. Prctice in .11 the Court Terrko.
Residence on West Main street ri'. State and Federal. puj TT
Ardmore I. T. tentioo Riven to criminal r.
R. II. ALVIS. M. D. Ardmore. 1. T.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 1
Diseases of Women Genito- J' WOOD
Irinary and Rectal Surgery. PAINLESS DENTIST
Office: Over Frensley Building And Resident DnUt Ardmore I.T.
rooms 5 and 6 corner Mill and Main Ail iinr ot Brm (a4 wl
street. Leave calls at office or at '.LTi'T? c"4 mm?
Ramsey & Ross' Drug Store. wStt'l "ciaT'T rJS4"
llB.aaB cbarr (uraiaaiaattoa
A. J. Wolverton. Jerome C. Mr Neva. Orric. -I p t.lr a Hardr RiM..
Corner Mala aat C ad.lo street.
DR6. WOLVERTON & McNEES
Ardmore I. T. DR. A E. ADAMS
Office Up stair in Hardy Build- DENTIST
" Local anaesthetics administered ftr
J. M. SMITH M. D. tne painless extraction of teeth.
In Randol'a new stone bnildine
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. corner Main and Mill streets Ar
Office over City Drug; Store Ard- nore T-
more I.T. .
A. E. WALTERS
LEDBETTER & BLEDSOE DENTIST. " "
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. nfflA. . .
Office In Herbert A; Levis build-
OrriCK: In Ledbetter & Bledsoe
P.uilding Main Street Opposite SnK Ardmore I. T.
DICK & BROWN XTiZ 8"
Office Masonic building over First i
National Bank Ardmore I. T.
i!. v. lunEur. w. r. bowman.
POTTER F & BOWMAN
ATTORN EY-AT-LA W.
Notary in office. Will practice
in all federal and Statecourts.
Office Up stairs in tbe
; building Ardmore Ind. Tcr.
i c.ko. M. ctRTW R. II. KEIXEY
CURTIS & KEi-LEY
Will practice in all courts in tbe I
Indian Territory and elsewhere.
Office in Herberts Lewis building.
Ardmore I. T.
Henry M. Fnrtnaa.
C. L. Herbert.
FURMAN & HERBERT
Office Herbert & Lewis building
Ardmore I. T.
! Office In tbe Ledbetter & Bledsoe
building Ardmore I. T.
j MO RAN SCOTT
! ATTORN EY-AT-LA W.
Practices In all the courts of tbe
Office: In Frensley building cor-
ner Main and Mill street Ardmore
; J. . THOMPSON.
t HILlON RILEY.
THOMPSON & RILEY
! ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office over First National Bank
l Ardmore I. T.
LaCLEDE HOTE .
i Newly lilted and n i.ovalctl from kitrben to garret t. Kir-l-cla in erery
I particular. Ardmore and Territory trade -.hrited.
i Street car- pav the dr.
JOHN LAWRENCE. Pr..p. .... Gainesville. Teia
Bread I'ie-s I'aken Confer! ici".
tirxt da Kikery. Free delivery
C. I3. VanDenberg
: DEALER I Si :
Lumber Sash Blinds Doors
Loth Sliingles Etc.
Ardmore - . - - Ind. Tcr-
WEEKLY' ARDMOREITE S1 PER YEAR.
Reference: Our former clients.
OmcE:-In Ledbetter A Bledsoe
Building Main street. Opposite lost
Office Ardmore. I. T. '
X. F. LAW
! REAL ESTATE AND
I COLLECTION AGENT.
Business solicited and given prorcpt
!ttenUo- OR5c " he K. Hardy
j building Ardmore I. T
i W. II. WILLIAMS.
j COMMERCIAL AND COMMISSION
Has fr sale cattle farms anj
pastures. Attention given to reot-
ing all kinds of property Ardmore
J. A. MAYS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT
Office Corner Main and Mill
streets Ardmore I. T.
J. J. STOLFA
First elaia work at reasonable price.
fraTOuarantee to aUfy.i
Main atrctt. opposite J. B. Spra-
Rina & Co. Ardmore Ind. Ter.
Will attend all calls day or sight.
Charges reasonable. Renidence Norta
Noble street Ardmore Ind. Ter.
jo. S. BAILEY
' CITY SANITARIAN.
! Drop a card in poftoffice Ardsjort
and ever) thing to 1 found in a
lo all pari of the city.
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