Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 135, Ed. 1 Monday, April 15, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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- " For several 1
years I wtt IrS
which cmuted se- z
vere punt under
the rlcht lid. Oi
trora under the
right sliealdep- ch
t tbe skin tow-
niritedntsi crimp in the stomach. P
tfia'plMed to t able to sum that I
Ln Men rollered of an these com- o
Sni-ty UwoMd Ayer-i Plus. I
itbem. also to b an elegant after-dbv J?
pip." Mrs. M. A. Stiad Muncy Pa. J
Received HlgtMart Awards
' AT THI WORLD'S FASH
A Merchant of DeKalb Twm
Creates a Seasatien Extend-
The'AritJMOKEiTE teams of "a1 con-
siderable stir in commercial circles
today in the city- the occasion being
the seizure of several car loads of
goods shipped from DeKalb Texas-
to a certain merchant in Ardraore.
From the Faris News and from in
formation gleaned from local sources
it seems that J. G. Allison a mer-
chant of DeKalb has recently been
purchasing goods from some whole-
gatehouses on time" and reshlpplng
them to this city under an assumed I
name. The scheme was brought to
light a few days since and as develop-
ments come to the surface its magni-
tude increases in surprises. Three
car loads of the stuilk now here on
the side track and has been stopped
from delivery by the parties claiming
it several of whom re ow here." It
is claimed that several thousand dol-
lars worth ot ijoorts iiave already been
received and delivered here and a
close investigation is being instituted
which promises startling develop
ments. TUvi AnonouEiTE
from .further comment but fronrl
rirnt inii. aiions th-re will bJ !
annth'.T charter for tomorrow.
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iro cre i-n and odA
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tain drinks in the city al OMealey's.
A full line of pHvcr
Tarker Jowelry sUre.
G. L. Praul St. Louis; B. D. David-
son Purcell; J. A. Tislimain Dallas;
W. B. Worsham Sam Davidson Hen-
rietta; T. S. Byers Kansas City; W.
S. Wixon T. L. Leeper W. A. Sneed
W. P. Echtenacher St. Louis; Paul
F. Erb Kirk Hall Dallas; Charley
Colbert Durant I. T.; J. Williams
Denton Texas: Miss Matlie Philips
Oklahoma City; W. D. Oliver Pur-
cell; W. A. Reed Chicago; "Roy W.
What is Platino? Well it Is-hard
to tell you but go to DownLng's Pho-
to Parlor" and you will see the most
beautiful photos you ever looked at
and they.; are finished in Platino at
popular prices. 15-1 w
.' Jluyler's; candy at O'Mealey's. tf
Ladies ae requested to call on Miss
Finlev. (late of Gainesville) at Mrs.
Rawlines. millinerv store. Her de-1
signs are the latest and most artistic"
and prices reasonable. 9-2 wk
As will be seen by reference to
another column In today's Ardmoke-
ite Dr. Herbert E. Knowles a grad-
uate optician Is lathe city with head-
quarters at T. H. Parker's jewelry
store. Those in need of his profes
sional services should not fail to call
. on him; Read his testimonials.
iFor rent' two good residences with
wells in yards. Apply to James R.
Wilson Wisnor Hotel. 4-tf
FOR SALE. A 25 foot glass store
front. Enquire Chas. Wethersnoon.
The best way to avoid scalp dis-
eases hair falling out and premature
baldness is to use the best preventive
- known for that purpose Hairs Hair
Strawberry aoda s.t Cm.m bakery.
1 1 Li
I have about 1000 acres of land
within a dist ance of from two and one
half to six miles from the town of
RosaellTille In Pope county Arkan-
sas and in farms of from 80 to 160
acre? which I woo id exchange for
N farms or pastures in the Chickasaw
Nation on reasonable terms.
- ' .. ... J. T. Fowxe
At the office of Campbell Fowler &
Kendrltk. " - 2Mb
ThaCiertillb AdVII 15. Special
Correspondence. Matron Miss McVey
WVf pABklt PIW - I
aivui in rcu lezas lOAfine A avium
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nicu uere several cays ago to es-
curt a Hiss Gravson to tho aatinm I
Willie WaltlOff at ihe hotel last niehtl
tto patient escaped taking with her much that they have had to add sev-
a dress; belonging to the hotel mis- eral more feet t$ their sre kouse to
Dress also too m money -from Miss
ontuiuir . parries nave
railed to locate the Insane girl at this
About 50 clergymen have arrlTed to
attend VhejXethodUt. Conference In
session here. u . t
W IA I . . I W.I
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uuw kuu xjowmng- .rnoto nuiors !
ana see the elerant - Plat 1 no Phot
They are the latest and by far the
mosi artistic pnoto ever produced.
The Caalerl Balldla
Loan Association of Chattanooga
Tenn. a national association.. .The
laws of Tennessee are conceded to be
the best in the union for the govern
ment and surveilance of their Build! ng
and Loan Associations. Two reports
eacn year Dy me association and an-
JnuaLexamination.by the state's ex
pert. Their mortgages; non-negotiable
by law. Our radney only loaned a
real estate-In large cities and towns
of the south. The Cumberland Is a
co-operative savings bank with a hun-
dred thousand dollars capital. It Is
sues stock which Is matured to Its par
value by monthly1 payments audits
compound interest earnings com
pounding the interest earnings
An opportunity is now onered for a
few days to the people of Ardmore
for the Investment of a small amount
eacli month in its stocks with results
attained by no other legitamate finan
cial plan which is the cme of flnan
ciering to-.lay nad its success and
recoid f r th j past sixty-four years in
this country nr.:st be Its guarantee
for the future; co-orvration in Its
perfection tLe grcSlot' good to "the
greatst r. umber. . Out collector of
m jnt-hly dues will b 1 tfe Cliy Nation
al baak. l.u s pj .:V.e from the 20th
to 25th of each mont'a.
J. P. Hall
Spr-c!il ?.'nt Ind. Ter.
Platiuo is a iuatt sur.ace photo-
gr::ph tiusi.ed in blck tones delicate
ai: ibjft to look at ;:ndthe most dura
ble photo tver pniduced. ; 15-1 w
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Leave your Sunday Ice cream orders
at O'Mcaley's. Iree delivery to any
part of the city. tr
Died At Abiline Texas last Sat
urday Helen daughter of George H.
a ad Cora YV. Hutcblns. ajred 1 year
I and six months. The subject of the
! abiTC notice was the youngest child
0f popular mar.a.?er of the Wlsnor
Hotel of this city. Mr.JIutchins was
callod to Abiilne last week by tha
I announcement of her severe Illness
land only arrived there in time to see
ns aarimg ciaim?a oy iue angei mes
senger. The Ardmoiieitb extends
its most profound sympathies to those
so cruelly bereft.
Fine diamond rings for sale cheap
now on disply in T. II. Parker's show
Kloski will receive fresh vegetables
and berries daily. Don't fail to call.
Free-delivery to any part of the city.
Ladies see those beautiful wash
silks at R- W. Uandol-s. 4-tf
Mrs.MftDonald owner of the South
ern Hotel is having trouble with her
tenant and she alleges that he not
only refuses to vacate but that he
takes every opportunity of insulting
her. While Mrs. Mac is well known
o ibe capable of taking care of her
self under any ordinary circum-
stancesshc is free. to admit that her
present dilemma Is most aggravating
See those novelties in dress goods
plisse and ' printed peiques at Kan
dol's. - 4-tf
For Sale 600 bales of eood native
hay. -A-ODly to J.- E. Bowles Ard
Go to Miss "Wilkes for first class
d'.rvsmakine. un stairs at Riner &
Lcivally. e- ' . lf
Mrs John H. Lowe and babies re
turned last night from Durant where
they have been for the past month
visiting Mrs. Lowe's parents. Of
course the erstwhile widower
is as a consequence delighted.
On to the Cream Bakery for ice
cream fruits or lunch. 9-tf
Mrs. Dobbins has some nobby things
in millinery at Kandols. 4-u
Klnski'R is the Dlace to get your veg
W. B. Worsham and Samuel David
son two . wealthy stockmen oi Hen
rietta are in the city registered at
th Wisnor. Thev are hereon an
extensive cattle deal.
You can get the Platino Photo at
Downing's of coarse because he is
progressive and catches everything
new. Try him for the finest wont. .
Grove Chase of Healdton was In
the city today.- He wa accompanied
by bis little boy.
TiirwT A neaa three room
hnnu in north cart of city. Posses
sion bow. Apply at this offlc. 5tf
Uncle Hiram cigars at Frasbert
Cream bakery the best 6c cigar In the
world. Try one. . .
FOR SALE At a bargain two lot
In Fr rndale: appry t inucr.
Correspondence We bad quite a hall
MtAnn NUn A Mu ywj.
wa am nilU ICUb VI laiU 1 W t I IJ
Vtr. a i...
their toelr of o-(nrl mf.rrift'Hiii an
male foom foe'new ood.
we would r irlad to hYa aome
good hustling cotton gin man to put
a first class el n In our town. It
would save our farmer the trouble of
freighting their cotton ten or twelve
miles to get it ginned. There. w CI be
mw m AT . fM Wm kl A llil.
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Willie Smith . returned ..Monday
from the I&tt country where he "Li 3
been visiting his father.
Mr. a. . Lemon farmer and ranch
man. Is feeding 150 large steers. They
will soon be ready for the market.
Mr. C; E. Cooper. 1a bnytag itocx
hogs and getting them ready fr the
We are glad to welcome Washing
ion isaiton in our midst again as a
citizen. lie is a eood farmer and we
wish him much success.
7 We would be glad that J. M. Dod-
son would be a little considerate and
not encroach upon ou. tawn property
so closely with his new r 11 fence.
e had returns from the postofflce
department atf Washington and hope
contract will be let soon for Be w mall
The farmers have an abundance of
chickens egffs and butter to sell but
no market. AVhat is the cause?
We hope money will be more plen
tiful by the time beans potatoes
melons and to fact all klndj of veget
able are ready for the market.
liuttod Lcoow moved into nis new
residence In the south part of town
All kinds of fane'
' ice creams or
sherbets made to ord
cr at O Mealey's.
Davis & Sharp the two leading ton
sorjal artists of the city have formed
a partnership and those' in need of
fine tonsorial woik will find these
gentlemen un to the times in thei
pro esston. Uall on tnem tor orstciass
hair-dressing and shaving. tt
TiK atten Imt.tou reade rs is calkd
to the new al of Frankfurt Brothers
which appears In first page today
These gentlemen continue to display
their hustling qualities and thel
success has even astonished them-
selves. They started on in the proper
direction and as a consequence thty
stepped into a good trade. The Ard-
mokkite feels confident it speaks a
truth when it says they will continue
to prosper In the future as in the
What Is Platino? Well It Is the
arbon trocess put In a practical
form and Is the finest photo ever ut
on the maricet usei exclusively or
most of the large galleries in the
United States. 15-lw
Lost A babvs shawl white Henri
etta trimmed with crochet. Finder
will please leave at Akdmorkttk
Seven couple of young people of the
frying size set spent yesterday In the
country eating colored eggs and oth-
erwise enjoying themselves. Shimer
Boyd and bis best girl led in the pro
Oh. mv! vou oueht to see thost
beautiful wash goods in all the shades
and colors at Randols. 4-tf
Prof. J. M. Rudislll had the n fetor-
tune to lose on of his splendid horses
yesterday. The animal was foundered
a few nights since from the effects of
which he died.
Lime Juice at Cream bakery try It.
Bring on yonr Jon work to tne arj
WANTED A nartner to help me
wear out a pair of Bottoms & Hamil
ton s W snoes. a-it
The Easter church services yester
day at the various places of worship
were quite well attended and were
Impressive in their solemnity.
Orancre soda cherry soda and pine
apple soda the best summer drinks at
Cream oakery. - '-.uu
The Ardmoreitb job office is a
busy institution and don't you ever
doubt it. ' The excellent character or
work turned out Is Its' wlnnln. card.
Pure Elzin creamery butter the
best in the world at M. E. Wyse's.
Sol Frankfurt returned from Fort
Worth this moraiag where be attend-
ed church yesterday. . . -
Randol has Just received a beautiful
line of ladles and children shoes and
slipper ' 7t
D. D. Flow will leave for Pari to-
morrow morning to appear before the
federal court as a witness.
nM html nd rain rlnes of all
binria for sale bv T. 11. Parker. En
graving free to those who bay. - tf
B. D. Davidson of Purcell Is In the
city with quarters at the Hotel Wis
Black e rose rain silks at Randol'
All kindsof Job printing done with
nratness nd dispatch at this offlce.
Celebrated Gendron Bicycles
SOLD ON KASY PAYMENTS AT
J. B. Sprajgins & Co.
StaaCar Cettea Belt Attraetleae.
Through trains twice each day from
Fort Worth llano Greenville Sher-
man Whitewrlght Wolfe City Sul-
phur Springs Waco HUlsboro Oorsl-
cana. Tyler. Pittsburg and Texar-
kana to Memphis. Xenii making
close connection at Memphis for the
Old States and atTexarkana making
close connections for St. Louts and
the north f I M. L. I. M. & uy.
Pullman s!cepin?coacn service rrora
the above cities for Memphis via "Cot-
ton Belt Route" and for St. Lot'! Y.'-
St. L. I. M. & S. Ry. from Texarkana.
Through Pu 11 man sleepers from San
Antonio to Memphis via International
A Great Northern railway Tj lcrand
"Cotton Belt Riute."
Cloe connections to receive and
deliver passengers In Texa as follows:
Greenville with the M. K. & T. and
Texas Midland railway; Piano with
the H. & T. a railway; Fort Worth
with the Ft. & D. C; Ft. W. & R. G;
G. C. & S. F; T. &. P. railways. Big
Sandy with the T. A P. Ry. Tyler
with the I. A G. V. Ry: Oorslcana
with the II. & T. C Ry; Waro with
the M. K. & T. and S. A. & A. P. Ry;
McGregor with the G. C & S. F. Ry.
All Texas railways sell tick? ts via
the "Cotton Belt Route" ask them
and fwcure the accommodations and
auickStime offered by the only line
runmntr sona irains imm itm w
MemDhla. All enqulri'1 answered
promptly by S G. Warner
A. A. Gussoi.
T. P A.. Fort wort n. rex.
Paetar Te Caw rm.
The undersigned baa reoted a pa-
ture convenic.5t JU the city ana is
prepared to orpanlie a town herd of
mint enw;UHDX una m aim iium
morningand evening under his super-
vision and guarantees kind treat-
ment vo-every respect at the reason
able chante of II per month per head
(Wmd irraiMu suod shade ard an
abundance of water. For farther
particulars call on
H. T. HrBBARD.
4-lmo 43 Korth Caddo SU
Tn nar&aanee to a request of the
mmKfn nl the Lincola club of Ard
more I. T. The members of said
club are called to meet at the opera
boose at 8 o'clock p. m. Thursday tne
18th day of April 18S5 for the per-
fecting of said organlatlon and the
transacting of such other boslness as
may be doemed expedient. All Re-
psbUcans and persons friendly to Re-
publican principles are requested to
meet with us at that time.
- - Johw HnvaxB
Chairman of Lincoln CJob.
rm p"w"Cw!c!u.e s. Ytif
PART OF THE
i Dnder - Fence .and Will
S BARGAIN FOR CASH! 2
Must be Sold at
For Particulars Call at this Office.
GITY . HOJE
riotT Vie KtuitoMil w4 flnl QtM Is lU ArsaUUMeiU.
Day Board $3.50 per Week.
Public Patninap Solicited.
CJTSouth Court Street cxt to Whltt!cgton' Brick.
kJO QUICK TO
Aunt Sally's pan cake flour .. .10c
Buck wheat 2 lb 10
Snow Rake. lib 10
. per package
Oil soap 31
01 Pound Sta-xdard Gr&nulatad
ai v cr - car - . tar
25 Pound Y. C. Sugar for. . .4
1V?4 T RT E MAKE CHANGE.
If if in give you
THC ABOVI PRICKS) ARC STRICTLY
LaCLEDE -:- HOTEL
' S'ew.'v fitted and rt novated from
Id eveiy .articnlar. Ardmore
Street ear pas Tu. foor.
XUirCetteai Belt Alt raetleae
TT tke Samaaev 189&-8eial.
Low round trip rates will be made
ith liberal limits. and superior ac-
commxlatknsfor rMrwjnat tending
Ington D. C May 10. . "
General Assemrny Lurocriana iTes-
brtcrlan Church Meridian Miss.
International Conventloo Kn orth
League CbatUnoia Tenn. J one 27.
Memphis Grand inter-eiare xrni
Memphis Tenn. May 11 to 21.
International Cooveotloo of the
United Sicirty of Christian Endeavor
IV. too Mivi. July io.
Tri-ennlal Enclave of Kntght Tem-
plar. Boston Mass. August 21.
Cotton -States and International
Exposition Atlanta Ga. September
18 to 23.
Baptist Younir Feople' Union Bal-
timore. Md. July 18. -
ThMe rate are open to the general
public besides the usual summer tour-
ists' rates to the health and pleasure
resort of the north and east.
Call on or write to the nearest Cot-
ton Belt ticket agent .for date of
sale rates 'and limits.
Correspond e oceI Ic I td.
8. G. WARjtrR
G. P. A. Tyler Tex.
A. A. Gltssow. -T.
P. A. Fort Worth Tex.
To WHOM IT WAY cokcxtrx:
We the undersigned have decided
to remote the grave yard oa the Me-
IJali nrooertT to the cemetery and
as there are persons interebted whom
we cannot reach Iff person we take
this means of acquainting them with
our purpose so that tbey mtgbt co-
operate with us. It not being our in-
tention to remove aav graveawlthout
the consent of those I aterested.
- Rjctari McLaaaV-
E. W. Dicx. . .
f lUTwrsrtw. -
lie Sold at a Rare
Lodging $4 per Week.
- ..... PROIRiaTRK.
- Ardmore X T
Sugar com. Sib laeaa. to
California peaches... 15
Gallon can apples S3
Tom toes 3 B weight V
. ai r
every cui more is in iu
kjlebea to garret first claat
nd Territory trad eheltvL
JOHN LAWRENCE Prop. . -
The Greatest IUilroad '" .
on Earth T
Santa Fe Routed
Teachers ard oth-rs going to th
National Educational Association
meeting at Denver In July heuld
remember that the Sasta Fx offers
as low rates ss anybody else with
' Special inducement to small or
Ticket 00 sale July 3 4 5 and 6
limited to return July 1J J3. 14 or
15 except that teachers and others
' wishing to remain longer In Color
ado can obtain extension of limit'
by depositing ticket with . the
Jolqt AgeDt at either Denver Col-
orado Spring. Maaltaa or Pueblo
prior to July IS. Tickets thus de-
posited will be available for return
passage any time prior to and in-
cluding September lit 1S3S.
Privilege of at vending Summer
School Colorado Springs 00 return
Low-rate exeurskn Into t
mountains after meeting Ls over. .
For descriptive rphltu sdlressr
W. 8. Kaaitaat C R'A : ; 1
MOST PIOTURSTSQUS .
UWKTOOOIQRAPO. ' "
The Daily arid .Wek'-
ly -Ard moreito fc ich
more people .than all
the other Ard rjtomjsa-
pers cprnbincdl T7'
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