The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 195, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 9, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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Christian Church Frensler street. Ser-
vices every Lord's day at 11:00 a. m. and 8:14
p. m. Suoday School 9:30 a m. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday 8:15 p.m. Choir
practice every Friday eveni-jtr at 8:15 p. m.
Ladies' Aid 8ociety eTery Tuesday after-
noon at the church at 8 p. m. Mite and So-
cial meeting every Tuesday night at place
announced each Lord's day. Officers meet-
Ins Orst Lord's day in each month. All are
cordially invited to all services.
. . Ooe H. Webb Sup't Sunday School.
A. O. Riall. Pastor.
First Baptist Church Broadway street.
Services every Sunday at 11:00 a. m. and 8:30
p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday ereninic'a
at 8 o'clock. Sunday School at 8:30 a. ni.
Choir practice Friday evening's at 8 o'clock.
. Dr Young Pastor.
M. E. Church South Corner Broadway and
Church street. Preaching every Sabbath
morning at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p.m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:00. Sun-
day School every Sabbath at 10 a.m. Ep-
worth League S p. m. Pastors ottice over
City Drug store. A. T. Galloway Pastor.
Cumberland Presbyterian Church Corner
Church and Cumberland streets. Services
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday. Choir practice
Saturday evening. Sabbath School at 9:30
a. npu Everybody cordially invited to wor-
ship with us. J. F. Williams Sup't.
J. E. Awbrey. Pastor.
Ardmore Mission M. E. Church South Ser-
vices at Tabernacle Mission Ridge addition
corner Wolverton avenue and Carter street.
Services every first and third Sunday a. m.'
and every Sunday evening at 7:30. Come
and worship with us.
J. H. Godfrey Pastor.
FIRST .PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
w Springer and Frensly Strents
Sabbath 11 a. m. morning worship
8 p. m. evening worship.
9:45 a. m. Sunday School.
Wednesday 8 p: m. prayer meeting.
. 9 p. m.. Session meeting.
We extend a cordial invitation to all to
your acquaintance. In the name of the Mas-
ter we welcome you.
Rev. C. C. McOinlev pastor.
Christian Science Service 11 o'clock
very Sunday morning children Sunday
school 10:30 at Johnson Cruce Cruce
'building up stairs. Friday evening meet-
ings 7:30 Johnson. Cruce Crui-e ollices
up stairs. Every one cordially invited to
worship with us.
Ardmore Lodge No. 31 A. F. A A. M. Re-
gular meeting. Saturday on or before every
full moon at 8 p. m.ia Masonic Temide.
corner Main and Sprinefrr streets. Visiting
brethren are extended a cordial welcome.
' D. D. Flow. W. M.
B. T. Nisbett Secretary.
AiwTmore Chapter No. 11 R. A. M. Regular
" meetings on second and fourth Thursday's
1u each month at 8 p. m. in Masonic Temple
corner Main and Springer streets.' Visiting
brethren are extended a curdial welcome.
G. II. Bruce H. P.
M vrtle Lodge No. 7K. of P. Meets every
Thursday at 8:15 p. m. in Odd Fellows Hall.
"Springer street. All visiting brethren are
loe. M. London c t .
John W. Buenting K. of R. and S.
Ardmore Lodge No. 9. I. O. O. F. Meets
every Monday at 8 p. m. in their hall on
Springer street. Visiting brethren always
. J. A. Mays. N. G.
- . ' I. II. Mason Secretary.
- Woodmen of the World. ReRular meet-
ings on the second and fourth Fridays in
each month at 8 p. in. in Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting brethren Invited
C. B. Kendrick C. C.
T. C. Bridgraan Clerk.
Knights of the Maccabees Ardmore Tent
No. 2f Meets on first and third Mondays in
each month at Judge Hobby's office on Main
street. Visiting members cordially invited.
Fdwin Hobby Com.
H. L. Landes R. K.
For the Emancipation day cele-
bration the G. C. & S. F. R'y Co. will
sell round trip excursion tickets to
all points on their line for one and
one third fare. Ticket on sale June
18th and 19th limited to June 20th
Commencing Feb. 15th trains No.
13 and 14 (local freight trains) be-
tween Gainesville and Purcell will
'carry a coach for the accommada-
tton of passengers and tickets will
be sofd for passage between all sta-
tions Gainesville and Purcell inclu-
I. R. Mason Agent.
The firm of Douglas & Douglas
architects has been dissolved by
mutual consent S. A. Douglas retir-
ing. f!lrpoo H. Douglas will con-
tinue in the business. Office Ledbet-
ter & Bledsoe block Main street.
Ardmore I. T.
S. A. Docglas
Clarence B. Douglas.
National convention of the Y. P.
S. C. E. . Washington D. C July
7th to 13th 1896.
For the above occasion the G. C.
& S. F. R'y (Santa Fe Route) will
sell round trip tickets to Washing-
ton and return at one fare for the
round trip. Tickets will be sold
July 3rd 4th and 5th good until
July 3l8t for return. For further
information cil upon or address
I. R. Mason Agent.
Ardmoueite Tor blank inorl gages
Reunion United Confederate Vet-
erans Richmond Va. June 30th to
July 2nd '86.
For the above occasion the G. C. &
S. F. will sell round trip tickets
from Ardmore to Richmond' Va.
and return at the rate of $31. Tickets
will be sold June 26th and 27th limit-
ed to 20 days from date of sale for
return passage. This rate open to
all. For further information call
upon or address any Santa Fe agent
or the undersigned.
I. R. Mason Agent.
The subscription accounts due the
Akmcobeite up to June 1 are in the
hands of J. D. Haynes for collection.
In order to close up our business it
is necessary that all accounts whether
for subscription or otherwise be paid
at once. The accounts due Wilson
Parker for services rendered are
payable to us and if not settled in a
reasonable time will De aisposeu oi
by us to the best advantage.
Wilson & Parker.
twa lard 7 cents per poond. Will
Republican Convention at St. Louis.
(Via Burlington Route.)
For the National Republican Con-
vention at St. Louis June 16tb 1896
excursion tickets will be sold at very
low rates over the "Burlington
This will be the greatest political
gathering since the war. Prepara-
tions are being made for entertain
ment on a grand scale; scores of
marching clubs in uniform will take
part in the parades: all the promin
ent republicans of the country will
Write to Mai. u. C Kamwater iu
Washington avenue chairman of
of hotel and boarding bouse commit-
tee in regard to your accomodations.
Consult your ticket agent in re
gard to time and rates.
L. W. Wakelev uen. pass. Agt.
St. Louis Mo.
Good Roads convention and Bicycle
meeting Galveston Tex. June tth
For the above occasion the Santa
Fe will sell tickets from all points on
its line to Galveston and return at a
rate of one fare for the round trip.no
rate to be higher than 15. These
tickets to be sold only on June 8th
limited to return on June 14.
Under this arrangement the pa-
trons of the Santa Fe will be afford-
ed an opportunity to spend five days
in Galveston enjoying the sea bathing
and other pleasures attending a visit
On. this particular occasion special
attraction will be provided for on
each day as follows:
June 9 and 10 good roads conven-
tion. June 11 12 and 13 bicycle races on
the new bicycle track which has just
been erected at a cost of $5000.
The committee in charge of the
bicycle meet has procured the ser-
vices of about sixty crack bicycle
riders who will give an exhibition
of feats that may be performed on
All things considered this prom-
ises to be one of the most Interesting
events that has occurred during the
season in Galveston.
Regular week end excursions in-
augurated by the Santa Fe road
three years ago will be announced
at a later date.
W. S. Keenan
53t General Passenger Agent.
National Republican Convention
St. Louis Mo. June 16th 1896.
For the above accasion the G. C.
& S. F. R'y (Santa Fe Route) will
sell tound trip tickets for one fare
for the round trip. Tickets will be
on sale June 13th 14th and 15th;
limited to return June 31st.
. Call upon the undersigned for
I. R. Mason Agent.
Honey in a glass at Brady's. 8-2t
A widow witn two little boys wants
work of some kind can do anything
no ot jections to going to the country
would like hotel work charges very
reasonable. Address Mrs. M. A.
Wilson Gainesville Tex. 8-2t
Need any Job Printing. If so the
ARDMOREITE is equipped especially for
your benefit. When it comes to first-class
Job Printing at reasonable prices we are the
people. We use nothing in stock and turn
out nothing mechanically that is not exactly
up to date. We also keep in stock a full
supply of Blanks such as Mortgages Notes
Rental Contracts Notary Blanks. In short
we carry everything usual to a first-class Job
sio.r.. HrNLlmlS. MiiIH li hi iMini M tKnil M Mm.
Tbs Him Moatcino Co. St. Fan) alios.
For Sale bv Frame tiivf n Sc Co.. and llardv & Seay.
Popular With the Republicans.
The old reliable Texas and Pacific
railway will be the "popular route"
for the great national Republican
convention at St. Louis commencing
June 16th. No effort will be spared
to provide for the comfort of all who
use this line. Special trains will be
run with elegant day coaches and
chair cars and Pullman Palace
sleepers and you will be wise to
send in your name now for necessa-
ry accommodations as the attend-
ance promises to be the largest for
anv convention yet held.
Tickets will be sold via Texas &
Pacific railway at rate of one lowest
limited first class fare for the round
trip on June 8th 9th 13th 14th and
15th good until June 21st 1896.
For tickets sleeping car accommo-
dations or any further information
call on nearest Texas and Pacific
agent or Gaston Mesj.ier
O. P. AT. A.
The Ardmoreite job department
turns out only first class work. .
Jane 30th to July
2nd. For this occasion the Texas &
Pacific railway company will sell
tickets from all stations in Texas and
Louisiana at about one cent per mile
each way for the round trip on June
26 and 27 final limit for return to be
twenty days from date of sale.
This will be one of the greatest as-
semblages of the old veterans in the
history of the organization and an
exceedingly interesting programme
has been prepared.
For tickets sleeping car accommo-
dations or any further information
call on or address nearest Texas &
Pacific railway agent.
O. P. & T. A. Dallas Tex.
To the Gols-flclds of the West!
Via the Burlington Route.
A faBt through vestibuled train
daily to Denver making direct con-
nections for Cripple Creek. Col; alo
fast daily trains to the gold fields of
Montana and Black Hills. 200 miles
shortest line from Missouri River;
ask your agent for information about
the Burlington Route
L. W. Wakeley. j
St. Louis Mo. i
Did you know that the Ardmorkite
is headquarters for fine job printing?
The best of stock and unequaled
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W. I. Kincaid's stand. Main street
next door to Wolverton's grocery
EasIlT. Quick!?. PermaneBtff Restorti. 2tZSi. Z"Z2
lost Vitality. Norrooa Itobllttr. Insomnia rmilna M.morT. aod all
Wasting- UtMM. and all Wnfcniiin mvaltlna In m sarlr or Intvr
For the following political conven-
tions the Santa Fe will make round
trip rates of one fare from all of its
Texas and Indian Territory point.
National Prohibition convention
Pittsburg Pa. May 27 1396; Nation-
al Republican convention St. Ixuis
Ma. June 18 1896; National People's
convention St. Louis Mo. July 22
1896. For particulars as to limits
and time cards call upon any Santa
Fe agent or write to W. S. Keenan
General Passenger Agent Galveston.
At the Asphalt Mines.
Every Sunday refreshments will
be served. Go out on Sunday look
around and when you want rome-
thing to eat or drink call on Speigle.
The finest rigs best drivers to be
had in the city at the Ardmore Liv-
ery Stable South Caddo street. Ttf
Why suffer with Coughs Colds and
LaGrippe when Laxativk Bromo
QriN'iNE will cure you in one day.
Does not produce the ringing in the
bead lik sulphate of quinine. Put up
in tablets convenient for takiug.
Guaranteed to cure or money refund-
ed. Prieo 25 cents. For sale by
4-6 3ni dAw Coleman & Lynn.
Blank mortgages for salt at this
When it conies to printing briefs
the Audmoukitk is the leader. Best
of work on short notice.
It behooves every citizen in city
town and country to keep posted on
the stirring events that will occur in
this count-y and in the old world
within the next nine months. The
results will affect all personally
directly or indirectly. This nation
is on the eve of the most exciting
presidential campaign in its history
European politics are in a very com-
plicated state and scientists are
applying their discoveries to many
lines that will produce startlingly
new things. To keep abreast with
the world one should read in ad-
dition to the local or county paper
a live metropolitan newspaper suco
as the Twice-a-Weck Republic of St.
Louis. It is the moat progressive
journal in the I'nited States and in
eicn issue is gives the latest political
news or all parties in the Meld the.
mem. itrncrai news or the world and
many valuable special features Do-
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delivered twice-a-week by mail for
only 1 a rear or less than one-cent
a copy. The price of the daily and
Sunday Republic has recently been
reduced to onlv 16 a vear bv mail.
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Kirm City to Eastern Clti
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Wilson, F. E. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 195, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 9, 1896, newspaper, June 9, 1896; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc615058/m1/4/: accessed November 24, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.