The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 5, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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VOLUME I V
AilDMORE INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 5. 189G.
J. M. uOLLEDGE & CO.
CAl:UV A FULL LINK :P
AIR HEATHiC STOVES.
WELL TUBING and GALVANIZED IRON CISTERNS
Main and Caddo Streets.
JOB WOBK -)F AIX KINDS
-avA SPECIALTY.- )
HOW BRYAN VOTED.
The Crowd Bared Tfcalr Head aaa
Flaak-Ltght Picture Waa Take
f the Picture.
i me Barnes $ u lllC wium-coi i Tne Barnes I
BUT THE BEST
PRICE; SlOO and S12 5.-
THE BAKPS m
thk world's ckk vtf.st wryolk.
1)0 you want a wheel fok yourself f
do you Want a wheel for your wife ?
do you want a wheel for your pauohtkr t
i you want a wheel for your son t
Lincoln Neb. Nov. .7 A
brass band played "Home
Sweet Home" as the candidate
stepied from the train and the
members of the Traveling Men's
Silver Club and the Bryan
Home Guards entered lustily as
he passed through the double
The band started ahead pip-
ing a lively air. The organiza
tion formed a guard of honor
Around Mr. Bryan's carriage
and in this order he was escort
ed to the court house to swear
in his vote.
At the iolling place Mr.
Bryan was given a place at the
head of a line of waiting voters.
in Lincoln on their work in this
city and throughout the state.
Daring the afternoon Mr.
Bran attended the funeral of an
old friend and he spent the
evening with his callers. During
the afternoon what purported'
to be telegrams received by Mr.
Bryan were read in the hotel
lobbies claiming the entire
states west of the Missouri
river and also Indiana and Min-
nesota. The announcement of
these claims which Mr. Bryan
afterwards said he had not
authorized created a wild burst
of applause caused several
Wts to be offered and ultimate-
ly resulted in the origin of an
informal procession numbering
several hundred which headed
for Mr. Bryan's house.
When informed of this dem-
onstration Mr. Bryan quietly
advised that it be suspended
until the results should be more1
TIoii this hint the
C. . EXXDBICK. J. C.QUBiM.
KENDRICK A GRAHAM
ATTORNBY8 AT LAW
Office over Kearney A Wtm.
at. L Oaaaa-rr. Cotiuirt Htitt
Baaiaaara Hardy. Staao-ratkar.
Prsx-tloe la all tbe Court. Territo-
rial State ud Federal. Special at-
tention given to criminal cases.
Offlc Up atjjn la Hardy building
Ardmore 1. T
T. 8. BOOTH M. D.
Offlc orer Coleman A lyon'e
Drag Store. Residence Wee Mala
DO YOU WANT A WHEEL FOR YOUR 1 5 EST (JIRL?
DO You will do well to lar in mind that the
"BARNES" is tlu highest of High Grade
Bicycles; it is the Standard of Excellence
and is deemed by experts the Acme of
Bicycle Construction. ....
With bared head and uplifted
hand the somewhat worn and definite
weary candidate took the oath 'parade was abandoned before
P. O. BAKRT
Office Over City Dreg Store. Mala
treet Ardmore I. T.
r 0 m m m m ma
necessary to swear in his vote.
Responding to a suggestion
of a bystander every one in the
crowd bared their heads and
as Mr. Bryan handed his ballot
to the clerk of election a flash
! Iitjht picture of the scene was
j taken. Mr. Bryan was then
escorted to his home where he
to several hundred
POPULAR and general color of the BARNES j friends.
is WHITE; but you can have any other color: He warned them that the
of enamel that you wish. It has the (test of nickel-j form of this state's ballot was
parts; the simplest and best bearings. If you know i fraudulent and voters should
be instructed at the iolls so as
not to be deceived by the two
ling on tin
nothing of "THE BARNES" compare it with any other and
YOU WILL SELECT THE BARNES " EVERY Tl rVJ E
Have you seen the "BARNES" LADIES'
WHEEL! It you have not you have
not seen the "lie plus ultra" of Bicycle
sets of democratic electors
! After voting Mr. Bryan was
' iLLiiWMitiul j v 1 i i. 1 iY 1.1 a. Iitlm
rsiui n 'i i ovum- u num
ber of his followers to whom he
WJ r Sal.
I will sell for the next thirty
days good cord wood at $1-10
per cord; will saw your cord
wood for 00 cents a cord once
or twice to suit your stoves or
fire place. Pile your wood up
on the oujosite side of the alley
from you or ten or twelve feet
from the fence outside so as to
give the engine room to pass
iK'tween the wood and fence so
that the short wool can be eas-
ily thrown inside when it is
sawed. Stove wood in quanti-
ties at a reduced prici to suit
the hard times. If you haven't
lMjught your wood you will do
NO TKOUr.LE TO TELL YOU
" 13 ; 1 NES'
A ..OUT. OK SHOW YOU THE
said: "Ladies ami gentlemen well to see me before you make
Ardmore Steam Wood Yard
F. M. Snidek Prop.
THE BARNES CYCLE COMPANY
Syracuse New York.
C. CLAFCKE AOENT FOR INDIAN TERRITORY.
OFFICE IN IIKIir.KRT & LEWIS HI ILDIXCI.
ARDMORE. IND. TER.
I have now done all that I can
to win this campaign and for
ne there is nothing left but to
await the returns.
I want to thank the good
friends who have been so kind
ind courteous in my leaving
and my returning and what-
ever may be the result of
this campaign 1 shall always
nittt wtnv tup- nnpinrnr
The Barnes i "Hi 'Ht WitANai ? ;he tms :
hread. Pics. Cakes ('unfed ions and every thing t Ik found
first class bakery. Free delivery to all parts of the city.
W lway. reliable and
iwaysak for I ir. Rust's
fall ailfl HHTTdp Iniiira
drew ou receipt of 1
rt r f ex. nti n. m T u r no
rH.-i 1 (INJKCTION.I
aul IS M t?y turn II. I lu nays. immv
nnuiinn VXi S ii ti laie In rBnt; qulra to euro.
fW. tl B L. 11 A p..ltlTa prvwtlTa. ran b
t'otton ItiH.t ami carrlea In e pocket all -. u.
I'll In. Ther never piete in one amaii pacauo. aiaiieo 10 an; auuiea
MailetituanruU- on receipt of a I Dj
Tlie Hunt Medicine Co.. SU Panl. Mlrui.
For Sale bv Frame. Green & Co.. ami Hardy & Seiiy
D R U G G I
Are prepared to furnish the trade everything in the Drue Line at Lowest
"ices frescriptions tilled by Skilled Pharmacist west JMain Mreet
RICHARDSON. ROBERTS BYRNE DRY GOODS GO.
SAINT JOSEPH. MlSSOl'KI.
Wholesale Dry Goods Notions Furnishing Goods
and RACKET GOODS.
WKGE ASSORTMENTS. PliK'ES THE LOWEST.
A TKIAL OltDEIt SOLICITED FROM EVP:KY
MKIICIIANT. Iluyiiir hv mail is eav with -Ol it
MERCHANT'S (iUIIE.'" an illustrated price lit
for men liants only if you have not reeeiveil one drop
us a card and one will le mailed you.
. We Ctrry a Full Lice of Jlburis Tojs t'ork Boxes Etc.
RICHARDSON ROBERTS. HYRNE DRY (JOODS CO.
Kert al Caaalttcc.
The committee apaKiiutel
some time time ago by a mas
meeting of our citizens to lig
complete ami make cisterns at
various ioints on Main street.
west of the Santa Fe railroul.
. IL MAXEV
ATTOItNKY AT LAW
Orttce in Ilrrticrt & Lewi Uuilditig.
Akdmubk Ind. Tkk.
In ortJpr thai a proper balance of
Ihe bra.ka ran be tarerlaloed ird ct-
io unJcr an order emanating from
lb Coiled Klatra Cuurl hkb ap-
priinUd ne receiver I ak that all a
crmnl against tbe A Dworrx.a Una
cotopI .f F. E. Wllann and K. A.
IkHiglas placed with roeituirc
All than who are Indebted to tald
Arm fr autM-riptlon tr otltenle are
rrtuntcd Ui act lie unr at ( bee a od
tlereby avoid further nt.
H. T. Kubett. lUcelver.
The firm ot Boyd & IUrgis
Las this day leen dissolved.
Sam II. Ilargis retiring and
Silas J. Boyd retaining the bus-
iness assuming all indebted-
ness and collecting all accounts
due the firm.
J-lrn Silas J. Born
Sam II. Haecis.
Anlmon. I. T. Oct. 5 1RV.
The Audmoreite wiil ex
change daily or weekly subscrip-
tion for stove wood.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practice In all tbe court
rtorial a ad attt.
CUc In Herbert A Lewis Building.
DICK A BROWN
Office Maaonltf bonding over FLrat
national Bank Ardraore I. T.
Hoary at. Farmaa. C t Harbart.
KURMAN & HERBERI
ATTORN E Y8-A I LA W.
Office Herbert A L a Is building
Ardmore. I. T.
J. W. SMITH. M. I).
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over City Drug Store Ard
more I. T.
c. B. IOl'UU.
eable to say that my neigh- rcsHnt for your consideration
bors who agreed with me in jund thought the following:
my ltoiiiieal convictions am
everything in their iower to
secure success at this election"
Bryan Still Hopeful.
Lincoln Neb. Nov. 4. Mr.
Bryan gave out the following in
reply to numerous telegrams
from all parts of the country:
"The democratic national
committee claims enough states
to give majority in the electoral
college but the vole is very
close in several of.th'j states and
the result can not In' ositively
known until the eutire vote is
counted. In all close contests
it is wise for both sides to watch
the returns to guard against the
possibility of mistake inten-
tional or unintentional."
Mr. Bryan when pressed for
something more for the press
declined. In conversation with
friends ho freely discussed the
probabilities referring to the
closeness of the voto in several
of the states autl comparing
notes with theru ou the chances
in Kentucky Indiana West
Virginia ami other states of
apparently narrow margins.
He read all bulletins with in-
terest but in reply to questions
said he was not allowing the
uncertainty to cause the least
degree of worry. He spoke
cheerfully to all but it became
evident towards the latter part
of the day that he was growing
less and less hopeful. He was
especially gratified at the result
in Nebraska and took occasion
to earnestly congratulate the
chairmen of the various county
and state committees located
For building and fitting
ciaterna S 675 13
For hauling engino lo Area... IS 0O
Salary for engineer 8 month 64 70
Rent for engine room ten
montLe at 110.00 100 00
Caah paid for bone 101 40
Casll on band M 60
A. C. CHI CK.
CRUCE A DOUGLAS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ardmore I. T.
Burn. fit ii
The only d.n-tor in lle
....TAKES BIS CWI MECICIIL...
IIIS K the ameold BURN ITT.
Had tbir- fancy name atl tbe
time but waa saving tbera
for a uririe fir u. See that all
y.ur i:na brar hU trade mark all
other are puriuu imitation.
LED BETTER A BLEDSOE .
ATTORNEYS-AT- LA W.
Orrtc: In Ledbetter A Bledaoe
Building Ma n Slreet Opposite
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Total amount collected.. 9t4.&5
do. F. Koitisox
J. 1J. Penxixutos.
I have sold my entire stock of
groceries on West Main street
to A. F. Jones where he will
continue the business. J
I will continue feed busiuess
first door north of old stand
where I hoe to furnish you
feed at lowest prices.
All knowing themselves in-
debted to me please call at my
old stand ou West Main street
and settle same.
and everyone else who use Can-
dies Fruits Confections. Ci-
gars and Fine Tobaccos wake
up and come to the little store
of Joe Ingram a schoolboy
myself. I have the finest as
sortment or. candies you ever
saw. Two doors west of Wol-
verton's grocery 2-3t
Pa-act as For Salt.
Good second hand phaeton in
first class order. Apply to
Wm. Vernor at the jail. 2G-tf
Will practice in all tbeCooxta of
tbe Indian Territory. Will make a
spxisJty of collections.
Office over City National Bank.
Ardmore. Ind. Ter.
H. C. rOTTBBF. ST. W. aOVMlK.
POTTERP A BOWMAN
ATTO RNEY S-AT- LA W.
Kkkd Cakr Stenoaraj.her.
Office Up atalre in tbe Hardy
building Ardmore Ind. Ter.
Use Ramon's Pepsin Chill Tonlo
Tones op tbe system. Self digestive
Guaranteed. For sale by Joe M.
London Ardmore I. T.
W. T. GARDNER M. D.
Office over Ccleman A Lynn's
Drug Store Residence Nortb Caddo
Nov Millinorv HnnfM
nun iii 1 1 1 1 ii u i j uuuug i
H a Complete line of New Millinery
Good which he Invite all
Ladies and Lover .f
mm HATS AID
To call and Inspect.
Fimt. dr wet of A lWner"
Mais Sibxtt ARDMORE
HEW BARBER SHOP.
Lnral4 1r Wklltlartoa Hil
rar Mala aa.J (u.la iHraala.
The Finest in the City.
timUlit VtmH aa4 Claaav.
Kkiiiif. Hair t aillac. aaaaib'0-
la aa4 la Imrt aa.taias la ika
barbwr lla da la trmt ciaaa aijta
. G. W. MOTTLEY.
Eacaaafa mt Satt.
I Lave a vcluatle piece of rvai-
dene propet ty in Norman O. T.
comtUting of two atory dwelling
with Bven rooms. fiDUbed com-
plete on one-half block of land
lot) nice truit trie plenty of
watet. goodout Liia-s. etc.. which
I . wich to trtule for rtJ Indian
Territory farm land; or will
at.a bargain. Adarena
Lock Ph. i 113
wlmd2w rod Duncan. I. T.
TO ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS
VIA BURLINGTON ROUTE.
Two aplendld through trains each
day from Mlssoari River points to
tbe nortb via tbe old stabJisbed
BURLINGTON ROUTE and Sioux
City Une. DAY TRAIN baa band-
some observation vesubaled sleepers
free chair cars and diningcars (nortb
of Council Bluffs). NIGHT TRAIN
baa handsome sloe par to Omaha.
Council Bluffs and Hioax City and
parlor cars Sloui City nortb.
Consult Ticket Agent.
L. W. Wakelxt
Gen. faaaenger Ag't.
St. Loots Mo.
Teaclier of - Yiclin.!!aniIo!Ia
: AJtD ALL :
BRASS a:i STRili IISU'WEITS.
1I0 TtXIXO A SrBCIALTT.
neldcnce: Wet Main St. Ardmore.
Leave order with M. RedSeld or
at L-." !? Ditto Stokjc.
Ardmore - and - TUfcanlcgo
LcaTca Anlm-ore 8 a. m. rt
turning BrrireB 6 p. to.
H. JONES. Prop.
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Golledge, J. W. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 5, 1896, newspaper, November 5, 1896; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc615715/m1/1/: accessed May 17, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.