The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 195, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 9, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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ARDMORE. INDIAN TERRITORY. TUESDAY EVEKING. JUNE 9. 180G.
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OS LAMES ANI C.KNTN
t We Carry all Wiiltlis A. to E. All
V WE HAVE
" i THE LATEST
WHEN IN (iAINESVILLE YOU
AKE CORDIALLY INVITED
TO CALL AND SEE OUR
. - Kiinrn Til I T riT it
r '(jUUU 5t1Ut5 I MAI rll.
The Shoe Man.
. Look Out Boys.
This is what the girls say -when you
ask tbem to go out driving with you
or to the picnics. They want you to
get new buggies and fine horses and
you can alway find them at T. B.
Cathey's livery stable on West Main
street. 7 lm
ARDMORE LIVERY STABLE.K-
Sul'TH CADDO STKEET.
Having overhauled my si able and
retiued it with new Kinhree &
McLean buggies carriages and phae-
tons. I am better than ever prepared
to give the pulIu first class service
nice match teams fur surry or carriage
and gentle teams for ladies. Good
roadsters and safe drivers for (Iruin-
jiners. Good fishing outfits. Satis-
Second hand buggies for sale.
4 J. E. BOWLES Prop.
What Are You
Reading My Dear?
Said Mr. B. to Mrs.
B. m he came home
last evening. 1 was
just glancing over the
new advertisement of
ROSS & BONNER'S.
I see today these
We offer the best
drugs and medicines
the most skillfully pre-
together with a com-
plete line of well as-
clothes brushes shoe
brushes tooth brusb-
M hair brushes
combs etc. at prices
that make you buy.
The people of Ard-
more have no time to
be trifled with by
JIM . .
onr mnttn in
and Let I.ivo nm
and we will convince
you. . . .- . .
Ross & Bonner.
MilH STREET : ARDMORE I. T.
is the matter!
tunes are so hard ami
r s r?so scarce I am' goiug to
if ALL'S SH0E TORE and bnv
y Wlfe and baby a pair of Slip-
Pere and get the benefit of his
Pt COST SALE
What to Do Bafor Blcjcllnc.
First get a vial of arnica some court'
plaster two bits' worth of oil of aaana-
fras and a pound of raw beef. Then;
prepare your soul for affliction aud a
a matter of precaution see that your ac-i
ridcut insurance is paid up and your
peace made with heaven. This all done
and you are prepared to take your first
lessou on a bicycle Galvestou News.
Bridegroom Unfortunately 1 ahull
be unable to go to the soological garden :
with you tomorrow. Will you not go
alone and look at the monkeys?
Bride (tenderly) Dear Adolph whii
you are not with me I have no interest
in mjukeyn. Meggendorf 's Blatter.
The Wheel' Gear.
The par is me of the most important
things to be looked after in the wheel's
running qualities. Each person must
decide for herwlf how high or how low
it should be for her comfort. The word
refers always to the diameter of the
rear wheel that is a 60 gfar means
that the machine is arranged to have
the rear wheel revolve as though it were
60 inches in diameter. This is accom-
plish by menus of the cl ain turning
over a large 8xrckct in the front and a
small one in the rear. The varying pro-
portions of the numbers. of teeth ou the
two sprockets produce the variations in
gear. For 28 inch wheels which are
now almost universally used the gear
60 will be obtained if there are 15 teeth
on the front and 7 on the re:t sprock-
et. Thirteen and 6 and 19 acd will
also approximate 60. I mention 60
because that or about 63 is the favorite
gear. Formerly women's wheels were
never geared higher than 56 unless by
special order. The higher the gear the
fewer revolutions of the pedals are need-
ed but of course proportieviately more
strength must lie put into each push. In
going at considerable speed the motion
is more graceful where the gear is rather
high. Climbing hills is pretty stiff work
with a high gear and it is always best
not to go to either one extreme or the
To find the gear of a bicycle when
you do not know it multiply the diam-
eter of the rear wheel by the unmix r
of teeth on the front sprocket and di-
vide the result by the number of teeth
on the rear sprocket Detroit Free
Agricultural Caa of Bacteria.
It is known that the flavor of butter
and of different kinds of cheese is due
to various bacterial ferments and there
is good reason to suppose that a better
product and greater uniformity would
Le attained by the use of pure cultures of
the species upou which special flavors
depend. I understand that in this coun-
try quite a number of dairies are now
using pure cultures of a certain bacillus
(bacillus 41 of Com.) for giving flavor
to their product it is probable that
similar methods will soon be introduced
in the cheesemuking industry. A recent
English publication which I have not
yet wen is entitled "Bread Bakehouses
and Bacteria." It will no doubt bo
found to contain information of prac-
tical value to those engaged in bread-
making. Agricultural chemists predict that iu
the near future cultures of the nitrify-
ing bacteria of the soil will be made ou
a large scale for the use of farmers who
will add them to manures for tho pur-
pose of fixing the ammonia or perhajia
will distribute them directly upon the
soil. Should this prove to be a success-
ful and economic procedure tho extent
of the interests involved will make it
a "practical result" of the first impor-
tance. Another application of our recent-
ly acquired knowledge which has al-
ready proved useful to farmers in cer-
tain parts of Europe relates to the de-
struction of field mice by distributing
iu the grain fields bread moistened with
a culture of a bacillus which causes a
fatal infectious disease among the.se lit-
tle animals. Popular Science Monthly.
Tha Vokoa Miners.
The United States does not recognize
protect or control these mining com-
munities in any way. No geological ex-
plorations or surveys have been under-
taken and there are no official report
upon the location formation vvelop-
ineut or yield of this rich placer region.
There are no military posts and not a
territorial or federal officer in Yukon
Alaska save one customs inspector aud
postmaster. There is no law save as
the miners maintain their own unwrit-
ten coda. Ohnroh missionary societies
All My Ladies Slippers 5 Actual Cost
Cost Price From 35 Cents to $1.85 Per Pair.
Regular Price From 75 Cents to $4.00 per Pair.
nave provided lor the few peaceable in-
diiui tribes but even spiritual comfort
is withheld from the miners. "Heaven
is high and the czar U far off " d.spair-
ing Kmuian coloiiUU used to say long
ago. Since the military orcupatiou of
Alaska ceased in 1877 frequent appeals
have been made for thectuLliahniciit of
a garrison at Chilkat aud the construc-
tion of a military road over the pas
traversed by Yukon miners for the lust
IB years. General Miles once considered
tho matter to the extent of detailing an
ofticer to make a recouuolstuince. Lliza
K. cidmore in Century.
A Collet Ramlniaeaaea.
Perhaps the greatest social succem
which was achieved by any of us waa
that of one who was invited to tea early
in our course at the house of a member
of the faculty. When the tea wa being
served the hosts said to Mr. Blank
who sat next her "Shall I pour you a
cup of tea. Mr. Blank?" "No I thank
you." After serving tho rest of the
company hospitality prompted the lady
to make a sfcoud proffer. "Won't yoa
allow me to pour you a cup of tea Mr.
Blank?" "You may pour it if it will
do you any good but I won't driuk it "
Tha See rat OoU
The great hotel was crowded and the
uewly marriid couple who had just ar-
rived frotu Rising Sun had been com-
pelled to take apartments on the four-
U enth fltxT.
The fair young bride put her head
out of the window to take a look at the
city but quickly drew it in again.
"It's no use trying to ketp it secret
George" she said with a blush aud a
pout. "Everybody has found us out al-
ready. There's a haudorgan dowu tha
street playing the 'Wedding March. "
Kcc Lemonade la a Frait Jar Khaker.
"If thero is no shaker in the house"
said Mr. Goiliin "a glas fruit jar will
do for one. For an egg lemonade for
instance you put iu the right quantities)
of lemon juice and Migar and of cracked
ice and an egg. Then you screw on the
top and shake. You waut to crack the
ice up pretty fine for a big chunk shak-
en violently might break the shaker. "
-New Vork Sun.
First Tramp It seems funny to me
pard that with yourfoiiduess for debate
and your general interest in publio
events you never ran for office.
Second Tramp You're off your reck-
oning old man or you'd never be in
doubt on that p'iut for a minute.
First Tramp What do you mean?
Second Tramp I mean that you ought
to know that I wouldn't have anything
that I've gut to run for. Washington
Phll soph leal.
Miss Crumnier Why are yoa con-
stantly postponing the wedding?
Mrs. Widdoweeds Ah my dear yqi
have no idea how much more iuteief'vu
a man is as a lover than " hutnd
Su Louis PoBt-Dispe -j-'f"
IU Inwkat X.
"I never did like that theater" ob-
served Mr. CJaswell as they drove home
after the play. "Its acrostic properties
are very defective." Chicago Tribune.
No man receives the true culture of a
man iu whom the sensibility to tho
beautiful is not cherUhed and I know
of no condition iu life from which it
should be excluded. Chanuing.
Forty years ago a woman waa old and
wore a cap at the age of 60. IFyom pres-
ent indications 40 years bene women
will not be considered old-util they
reach the century mark ijj
All persons having pop bottles will
please return same to Ardmore
3-10t J. T. Orr.
Summer Excursion Ratca.
The (5. C. & S. F. Ry. will place
on sale June 1st round trip tickets at
summer excursion rates to Lampasas
Tex. at S11.50 to Galveston Tex.
at 117.65 to San Angelo Tex. at
I1S.40 and to Davis 1. T. at 11.10.
The limit of these tickets will be
30 days from date of sale. For futher
information call upon or address the
undersigned. I. R. Mason
ARE YOU SICK.
If sn tlrink the pure Mineral
Water from the Famous Wootcii
Wells ami Mineral Wells of Texas.
A sure cure for kiilury and liver
diseases. A splendid laxative.
Persons drinking these waters
dailv can get special rates. Iioth
gentlemen and ladies ore invited to
call and give this water a trial. i
Also all kind of cold drinks kept j
constantly on ice. N".tdoor wet j
E. B. PUGH.
TIME TAB L0.
Gulf Colorado and Santa Fe Railway.
(lalvrston anl t'hlmc F.ipre.. - - i iaa.ro.
Cleburne aul kaana COT Kiprraa 4:J0 p. m.
Halve. ton nl Chlrajr Eifre. - It Ma. ra.
Cleburne ami Iliiimk C'lt t Kierr.a II a-m
1. U. MASON. Tlrkrt At-
W. 8. KEEN AN.Orn. fa... Art.
. Arrival and Departure U. S. Malta.
South bound mail close" 4:45 p. m.
South bound mail arrives 6:30 p.m.
North bound mail closes 11 :1S a. m.
North bound mail arrives 12:00 m.
Night mails are closed at 8:30 p. m.
Money order department la open
at 8 a. m. and closed at 5 p. m.
Office hours from 8 a. m. to 8 p.m
Sundays from 8 a. m. to 0 a. in.
John S. Hammku I M.
Edgar Sandlin. Deoutv.
The following pVioes are paid In Ard-
more for the farm products named:
Bu-ter 10 to l.VTer lb.
Chickens I1..V) to tl.75 per dox.
Eggs 5 to 6c per dox.
Sweet potatoes 40 to COc per bu.
Irish potatoes 60c per bu.
Apples S4.50 to Vi per bbl.
Cabbage 2c to 3c per U.
(Jiions 81 to 11.10 per bu.
Crn 20c per bu.
Hov 4 .SO to I5..V) per ton.
Oats 12 1-2 to 15c per bu.
Wheat Litte offering; ruling price
65c per bushel according to quality.
t ThMc- supplied with liest market
l- Table board a specialty.
First honse south of United
States court house.
MRS. R. P. KEILEY Prop.
.L GRAND AVENUE
The only first rlas Goil Sample
t'J.OO a day limine Knotn.
in town ." . . .. I.iverv Stable
A. 1- MOOllKJ'ni. i In Connection.
WYNNEW(M)1. - - 1NI TKI.
"ou who want typewriter letter
hew a can find something at this of-
fice that will surely please you. Only
the best paper used.
Nothing lays Ix-ltcr lhan
a j;ood advert iseineiit in
a jjooj jater.
Has a daily eir ulatU(Ji of
") and reaching nine-
tenths of the home in
Ardmore. Au ad placed
in the Akdmorkite will
fouvini-e you that it pays.
All My Childrens Slippers at Actual COST.
This Will be the only real COST Sale
Of SHOES ever in Ardmore. Don't Miss this
Grand Opportunity of Buying your SHOES.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT
MAL0NE & HART
WINES LIQUORS and CIGARS
All Mail or Express Order Promptly Filled.
t- CD. qcd:x: i2"s.
KOSTHWEST COENEB SQUARE CA15E5TILLE THIS.
m . golleidge: & c o . .
1M A N I FA ("TCP KI'.S (1 1
and Metal Shingle Hoofing (ialvanized Inn C'i-terns. Kire Iroof
Shutters Smoke Stacks. Kte Jol
127 North Caddo St. -
THE ARCADE HOTEL.
Newly fitted and renovated from kitchen to garrett. First-clav in eTery
articular. Ardmore and Tcrritffry trade solicited.
Only one lii-k from depot.
E. S. MAYS l'rop. .... Gainesville Texs.
OLD PAPERS ....
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE
.... 25c Per 100
ALL- ABOARD FOR SULPHUR.
I'artiea visiting the Famous Sulphur Springs
will receive first class wcommodations. and
easy riding vehicles ly taking our line. Hacks
inert all tiains. Hound trip 75 cents. :: ::
BLYTHE & WOODS Proprietors.
'A v:u y
to a phyaician a.id reveal aecrett
Itinc-lcuusoi women s troubles cn be Cured wilUoul pnysiciaa aw-
-TTmsnEi of o-aajojoxjivy
U a remedy that stop the draia on the srstem. It atopa the paina that &nf( f
and pull at the organ of omtohood. it make tbcm atroui; and well. It W
makes tbera attractive by making then healthy. Price $t per boCtla.
MLD BT ALL DF
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Hiun Tin Slate Asphalt (Jravl
Work a SiHfialty.
- Ardmore Ind. Ter.
OILS. YARX1SKES. PAUTESS
SUPPUES WALL PAPER
Ardmore. I. T
TVTjen roa see
good-look log W
It always re a j
(.vnin. von ncarli
J v " " .
health. It is the attractiveoeaa of V
1 .ce and form that comes naturally kj
v.hen weakness and paia are abaeut. f.
:.ickDcs and pain drive attractiTe-
It is diiucult to make woavea bs- f.
lieve their tortures can be c-arrd atf
Lome. The popular belief ia that'i
thev mast auCcr on and oa or co .T.
that be ought not to know. f
T a .a. .a. . ZVl
The Shoe Wan.
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