The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 195, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 9, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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Served Exclusively to tli2 eye
TwAnfvnne Miiiion Pr-
d World's Fair
SETII M0KKI5 CAPTURED
The Murderer of Yaun Craw Capture
Yesterday Ln tbc Taalc alwuatalas.
He Faught tbc O.'iUci.
Universally accepted as the
Leading nne coffee of the World.
Sold Exclusively in Ardmore by
Fhe Star Grocer.
.Leader in Everything Good to Eat.
j i'LVLJ.v .:;:-onal.
Bottle Goods a Specialty for Family and p'an9 before the deprtmcnt andj
Medicial Use. While in the City be Sure and ViTV'boV7nSThf PT!
1 1 i i siblc to be aceomulisnc-u in the in::t-
Uail On US. iter of civilizing the road man and
Our 5 Cent Drink Equals the Best 10 Cent Drink in Town.i:1rinB1touakeblmsTilorl ';i'-stif-
'delegated to put it into active prac
tice. The Indians at that timo were
Setb Morris who it will ho re-
membered shot and killed a young
man by the name of prow at Fox.
I. T. about two months ago and
who has been evading the officers
since that time wan after a abort
but decisive fight captured yesterday
in tbe Table Mountains by Deputy
Marshal Jim Taylor and bis brother.
The officers have been vigilant in
tbeir efforts to catch Morris ever
since the crime was committed.
They trailed Mortis wife into the
mountains and laid in waiting for
him to come to a spring which be
aid. on being asked to surrender
be showed fight. A bullet from the
officers grazed Lis neck the next
shot broke his arm when In-
yielded. He was taken to Purcell where
Commissioner dates will give him a
He Made the Indians Work.
Among the officers from the re-
gular army present at the banquet of
the Loyal Legion at the MidlacJ
Saturday evening was Captain A. K.
Woodson Indian agent at Darling-
ton I. T. He is connected with the
Fifty cavalry and has seen continual
service since the closu of tbe rebel-
lion when he was transfered to the
' i Captain Woodson is at present one
I of the most interesting men i.i the
regular army from the fact tb-it in
j his work as Ind'ufn sge:;t he lins
: evolved a policy for doing business
f something which had not been done
before in that line. When be was i
' placed in command vt the Cheyenncs j
i and Arapahoea three years 8lr.ee he I
'went to Washington and laid bis
c k mow 1 e1 r .d
paper Published la
Chickasaw Natioa. aad a
aa advertising median II
naa do aupertor.
It ta Read lr r-eot.la
"- vtu mf lor It. heaeetBelr-a0
Ba a..r. ialloa of abate rr)
a5 It cuatalas. Merehana
alroua uf resrhiua- tha
J - W beat nana f rouBtr-"0
f- trl will Dad It to Ihrlr
Tbe Weeklj kri -.e.:. :
a29kb- Rravraia l'r li in. I
- aenil It la p-.e frirol at
a tltanra tiu unml;
e111 0 a ailTvrtlnlni. Arilmire
ja tha mt.D.lrr-f th iolian
fmf. m Tertittir. Ttk 11.00 -rr
rr lo alTk.-.
ALL MAIL OR EXPRESS ORDERS I"R.).MPTLY
Kt'llc uf Amlerson County. 5 Ve:irs ( )ld
Old Tax '.nr. 5 Years Old
W. H. M.-l!r;i.vcr. 5 Yc:irs01(l
Old (Jutrviilifiiiicr Kvo
BRANDIES OF ALL KINDS.
Cor. Dixon & Elm Sts.f Gainesville Texas.
.t.oo Per r.;il.
J. M. TRESTER
WATCHMAKER; JEWELERIGRADUATED OPTICIAN
Fine Watch Ik');iii i;i; a Swialty ami
ilmio uiuler strict u.irantt o. II carries a full f
lin of Watches Jewelery. Silverware and Clocks. Prompt
Attention given to work lft with him and dis-
patched with skill. DIAMOND SETTING a Specialty.
Oive him a eall at his store at
::.00 IVr (ia!
.ik IVr i-.i. : living in uttfr idleness. 1 hey roamed
about tbe reservations in lar?i-
I bodiua held their gbo-it dances
I practiced plural marriages and held
; to many of their barbaric customs
! and habits. They drank and rtun-
j bled and squandered their rations
i The first order almost caused an
insurrection. It was to abolish
plural marriages to divide itUo
small parties and settle in certain
limits of the reservation. Rations
were issued only when the Indians
i were so divided. When they re-
all work i covered from that order be told
An Important Induatry. j Profound la Thaotnt.
From It. L Foster manager of the j hhreveport Times: "Hon. R. B.
Ardmore Ice Factory and Cold Stor-' Hubbard left last night for Huston
ne Plant I'tc Akdmokritk learns j La. whither be goes to deliver two
that that institution is now employ-1 lectures before tbe Chautauqua of
ing twenty men Including teamsters j that state. He will on thn lstb de-
aud skilled workmen and is turning i liver the one 'The South Past
oat ten tons of ice per day. J Present and to Come' and on tbe
Wyunewood Davis and Pauls j 19th the other 'Shams in Church
Valley each have an estensivo stor- and State the Menace to tbe Kepub-
ae building and order in car load j lie. This distinguished orator with
op from Galnes-
Prca!rat Gr a -.aj r.irt t Caaf&t
tr tWa Ararlt.
Julius Kal n U n tte ci:y.
I Peyton went to Wynnewtxwi today.
H. F. Pottt came
ville this forenoon.
C. P. Whitman went to Paola Val-
ley on tbe noon train.
D. A. cousin to D. L. Frailer left
today for Wrnnewood.
West Teonesse McLaughlan the
tobacco seller ia.In tbe city.
Joe Cunningham and family are
visiting relatives In San Antonio.
Col. Thomas Grant the saga of tbe
Arbuckla Mountains Is in the city.
Mrs. Judge K. L. Bovd la vl.it in.
sister Mrs. l. O. Fisber. In
L. O. Robertson of tbe New York
Life Association from Dallas is In
W. B. Lowrance of Buckborn was
In tbe city Tuesday and reports a
tlno raiu at Dougherty last night.
Mr. and Mrs. P.oxey Green return-
ed yesterday evening from a abort
piirimage to tbe Sulphur Springs.
Hon. Frank Bird or Stonewall one
o? tbe leading Indiana of tbe Chicka
saw Nation is
In tbe city on busi-
lots. The factory supplies all towns
on tbe Santa Fe from Red River to
Purcell and has a pood shipping
b.ioiness At the various interior
For fresh clean groceries buy from
rt-lkcr. 7-1 w
Tuesday June S:3'J p. m. at
Coleman & Lynn's
The Old Reliable Wagon Yard.
S. S. HENSON Proprietor.
Having secured control of the? pivmses on
the Cor. of Hardy and Main Streets known
as the Chase Wagon Yard. I am well pre-
pared to take care of the nianv patrons of
that institution. 5S STALLS. PUKE COOL
WATEIt Plenty of Feed good camp house
(live me a eall.
S. S. HENSON Proprietor (Old Chase Yard.)
opera house ExercUea by
! elocution phvsic.il culture
' and preparatory department.
! Wednesday. June . 6:30 p. m. at
tl.ein to take their families and ect-1 opera house Literary addrees by
tie on their allotments and go to ; Rev. C. C. McOiniey and exercisej
farming. One aliotment for each 'SKS.alUd-
family must be cultivated. There ; mjBjon foe f n centswill be charged
was another row but tha order was to meet the expenses of opera
obeyed. The reservation was divided ; bouse.
-..v. .t Seethe Dall Rame
district there was placed a superin- ; u u (o
tendent who gave all assistance the Rn boy(
necessarj to the Indians in teaching: "
. ... The ball game tomorrow will
mem now io property periuiin unit - . i .
labors. The fir.t year's results were J Rood one. it . tbe two best team
eicouraging. iinth l
Last spring tbe old Indians wanted Lost On the streets of Ardmore
to bold tbeir ghost dances. This was j a plain gold watch chain. Return to
stopped with a stern band and then j S. S. Tolson at Wisnor hotel and
the Indians sent complaints against j receive suitable reward. 7-3t
Captain Woodson to ashmgton
his splendid eloquence will treat the
people who hear bim to sucb a
literary treat as they perhaps have
seldom enjoyed. Profound in thought
elegant in diction rich in humor
and matchless in eloquence. Gov-
ernor Hubbard instructs fascinates
captivates and enchants every au-
dience he addresses."
Will lecture at Kloski'a opera
bouse Friday June
23 and 50 cents.
See those beautiful ris at tbe Ard-
more Livery Stable South Caddo
All kinds of legal printing done on
short notice at this oHlce.
tbe benefit of
and employed attorneys to go there
Served Mis Time.
Jim Murphy was released from t-e
and try to have him removed. Tbe rnited States jail this morning hav-
effort failed and then another order jng 8erved a term of eighteen months
was issued in which the superiuten-j fOT cow dealing.
dents were instructed to keep a!
n nf thi' Oueen of tbe Pautry flour sold at
ICWIU Va . J V a wa . v - s.
CHICKASAW ASPHALT COMPANY.
Office in Masonic Building Ardmore Ind. Ter.
Refilled Liquid and tium Asidialttinia mfS
for Painting Ifoofnig and Paving."" 1
THOS. CONYNGTON Sec'y.
The Davis Hack Line..
able-bodied males who refused to
work their allotments and repot t
tbem to the agent. Rations were
withheld from all those reported.
Finally the commissioner of In-
Rcalated and Killed.
Will Stevenson colored who was
wanted for bor3etheft was the other
d.iv shot and killed by Deputy Jim
dian affairs made public a letter to : Chancellor while resisting arrest In
Captain Woodson in which ho in-1 lne Seminole country.
dorsed every action taken and the;
entire support of the department was Cabinet photos 75 cents per dozen
promised him in his efforts to elevata j Guaranteed at Hartung'a studio near
X AP1D TraDcit in iod Hacks from Davie to 8ulbar Sprinits. Kare tor
Krounu trii is eenta. Mevl all rami larry eiiirrm. r.i- iui rrr
Klven to f:imi!ios put In my oharif. Mail earried each way twice
l:i!lv. Harks leave l)vi f.ir tiriDfr. 7:30 a. ni. au.l 1:S0 p. ai.; I
arrive at Srlni;s S d. ui. anil 3 p. m.; leave f-pnni IQ.M a. m. tua B p. m.;
arrivinic at Davis 12 m. an. I 7:80 p. m.
Special Hacks at Any Hour..
E. E. GRAVES Manager.
and improve the condition of the In
dian. The practice of withholding
rations was commended and the fact
that rations was a gratuity and not
an obligation was made plain.
Talking of tbe situation. Captain
Woodson said that tbe outlook was
assuring. There were more In-
dians on their allotments than last
year and a more agreeable
and general observance of requlre-
menti. The children were In school
pair of black ailk mitts
a white apron between
bouse and J. C. Thompson's
house. Finder please return.
I will duplicate anybody's prices oi
9-tf Hakti no Photographer.
Don't forget the ball game tomor
row at the park. All proceeds above
expenses will be donated to tbe Ard-
In In tolt ! t"..mmll.oer t"-.ort
ta lb lodlaa Territory. Kuthra District.
R. D. Olllenwaler. Kerr PuiaUtT.
Tha defra-lanl W. J. Miller la ararad to
aipar la Ibis rurt la thlnr data and
answer tha complaint vt tbe plaint iB. R. D.
Witness tha Honorable Arthur Walc.lt.
Commissioner I said court and tbe seal I
thereof. tbiaStBdarol Mar. w.
Isas.1.) Arthur Wslc.ll. f. fom.
RoWrt V.. Lee. sllorner (w plslnlllt.
Jesaia Hill attorney for Don resl.lrol.
Tomorrow is tbe day the boys mean
to wipe up tbe ground witb tbe Pur-
cell ball team.
A bargains to all the poor
as well as the rich. Com-
mencing Monday June 8lh.
and for one week only we
will sell pure hog lard at
7 cents per pound for spot
Ts B. Johnson & Co.
Owing to the storm of Monday
night the commencement exercises
of the Hargrove College at the opera
bouse were postponed until this
evening at 8:30. The program in-
tended for production last night will
Mason'a fruit Jars at Brady's. 8-2t
H. C. Mattox superintendent for
the compress company went to
Guthrie today on Important busi-
ness. Mr. James and Miss Helen III more
of Dallas Tex. are in tbe city visit-
ing their sister Mr. John T. Alex-
ander. Judge J. C. Cibbons returned to
ibe city today aer a prolonged
absence in Texas. Tbe judge la
greatly improved In health and looks
years younger than wl.en be left
S-ilal Co Tcspoadeaca.
M asn-villk I. T June x. Tbe
neither stl.l remain lnl and dry and
if wctl.i l.i l p'! mill trty isitl tle
c m rn.i mlltic materially injured.
-1-i-i.i'iy l in-t-.i 1 1 tijtn.
Tiie eittdi rr. is ery fine in Lct
l.ie tu-e.t I'.iiu-i iiijf i;tH ever
en in tin- fiiiiniry. it U-ing fully
tliree Meek curly. Nt-wral l!ild re-
portetl full of l.l-Hi-u- witue being as
early a- tin 2": ii of Ma v.
Farmer-. ri-;ii -mie t binrb bugs
? tln ir rniu ami if te tlo not get
i.uiii r -.:ilb. t an- liable to do
The little Im'.s- of Mr. and Mr
ilrant Smith tliiil Monday night and
wa l.uriol at OaVland Tueday.
Mr. ai d Mi. W. A. Mann's bal
th.-. i Ii.i-. In-i-u -iek for Mime time is
We are orry tort-Mirt C: pt. 11. F.
M.l-it; quite mi k.
I '.ni- M.iinard ha- Ucn on tbe
i-k li-l for M-wral !ays but is up
Mi Mann returnetl from Sulphur
t''.iv to att'-ml bi father in his
A tlt-iips-rat ie eluli ai organized
ll-re yfitfttlnr in lir. slawl till
meinljirH tt-re t nrolled is ith Sid Ttl-U-rt
as president and I. N. Hu-11 as
"-as-TIN &. SHEET IRON WORKERS
Always ire?.r ii to 1
tr7" SOUTH COURT STREET.
receiving an education tribal rela- nioru fire department. Purcell and
tions were less observed and there Ardmore clubs will contest tbe bon-
was a prompt response to the de- Gra for the championship of the
raands of law that showed an Chickasaw Nation. Came called
acknowledgment of authority. promptly at 4 p. m.
Captain Woodson is of the opinion - ;..; Vitra at the Ard-
tnat at uie conclusion ui me treat j r morc Livery Stable South
with the Indians the government I street.
will not care to renew it. The an-
nual expense for feeding the two
WEEKS BROTH ERS. j tribes on his agency is about tlW.000.
I There are about 3000 Indians there.
II kinds of SHKET METAL ROOFINO. GVTTERINO. FI.UKS.
Ai:.l!ie fauioUH Sunllary t iKlcrjii. w inl .Mlll.-. rumps
aud Headquarters for all Hot and fold Water Works.
Ardmoreite 50c. per ioniii.
In New Uuartera.
The K. P. lodge trustees have
leased the second floor of the Frens-
They can be made self-supporting by ' tfjaive alteration
compelling then to wor-c and Pro-: tQ oecaiiyillR tL .ame
rlnnntha i inn i.ta Anil t.i!:n fnrtnna II i 1 "
" r.AFntnAnfv frtt Int t'M fiinr.l 'HIT-
poses. i ins orutr ib pruKkBrluK
' ...Ml. on.t I. ...o.l.o.n.l ..f III !nfl.
A $3000 Deal. j
Tbc Grin of Ureen & Frame Tues-
day sold tbeir two story brick store
building on Main street to A. M.
Burcb for 15000 spot cash. It is un-
derstood Mr. Lurch purchased this
valuable property for bis father-in-
law Mr. J. S. Helms of Collin county
Brady Bros for groceries. 8-2t
New Fire ClJtera.
The contract has been awarded
and laborers are at work on a Are j
cistern on East Main street opposite j
the Love buiUing. This cistern win
be the same capacity as the three
othera wbicb have been put in and
will afford ample protection for the
business district east of the railroad.
u-cretary. It U expected tn lucrea.
i- s tm-mN-r-lup to at Ica-t 1&) t iihin
a few da j -v
The wife and daughter of Ir. Payu-
!?r ranie in lat wt W f roiu Alabama
tiueh to the diliflii t.f tbe doctor.
We tarleonie tlit-m to our little burg.
Itev. Creene preaebetl Sunday and
p.; night at the Christian church.
Uev. A. K. Miller b-ave-s today for
Norman . T.. to bold a series of
Ye M-nbe with evtral others still
b-ave today for tbe Chortaw Nation
ii a outing. tihing and bunting.
There Mill a public Installation
f the i.fin-ei-i of Maiiiiovllle. Oakland
:n:d Ilartly lod-H A. F. aud A. M.
here on June 21. at which time there
will be public addresM- by Her. A. C.
Piekeus. Hon. Henry M. Furman and
jisiliy other pnmineot Masons.
All are invited to come and bring
their dinner and spend the day with
us a- e anticipate a pleasant time.
Cnioe. Mr. liior aud we will take
ehars of yt-u a- tntr special guet anil
-- that tbe pat ri"c not mol-it or
ARDyosiKtTK. does Job printing.
All PrciBJ ter'aas.
Our pravcr meeting wi.l be
chances as the wbUe man
The treaty with the two tribes
make you armu!
A rare treat U in store for tbe
devotees of Thespis at tbe Kloakl
opera Louse June 25. There will be
presented by tbe beauty and talent
i of Ardmore one of tbe most nnique
. refined and enjoyable entertain-
' mc-uts ever placed before a critical
au.'lencc. Proceeds to go to benefit
i of r irst Preabytcrlan churcb. More
' about it later.
this week on Thursday evening on
account of the cbanire of the cloa'ng
exercises of tbe Me uodiat college.' tlo to tbe French
All take notice. t best meat in town.
market for tb
Tbey ue notb-
Darlington has but two
ni r e i . v. . i m . . .a - . ...
irk men n the city.
C. C. MctiixLKY. ; log but cold :
o:sc meat- 7 St
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