The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 27, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 29, 1899 Page: 3 of 8
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licensed to Wed. '
f J110 Win K "
.-.Up-e certificates from the
- ed States clerk's office '.a tte
"Lbei n District for the "reek end-
8turday Nov. 25:
goDert Cape and Ida Hollis Doagh-
perry fcnd Maud Fowler
If B Wray and Lszzie Thompson
fg g patnam and Lizzie Barnet
; Jtffles McClure and Laura Marti-
! f' Walter Bell Aswalt; and Rosa
Solomon Lemons Ark; and Lanra
t Polly Divldson Graham; and An-
' A Krebs Newport
j.mes Holland and Ollie Smith
h Francif E Meeks and Viola M.
t f T Sykes Fort Worth Tex. and
jjtBS Westmoreland Wagoner.
K Belvey Wynnewood ; and Ibbie
Sick Pauls Valley.
lisac Needham and Ada Anderson
Carlos Buell and Lida Witt New-
icB. i J W Wood and Annie Mooney Mc-
derson Johnson Pauls Valley;
tf4 Cora Oliver Shreveport La.
jobn Porter and Belle Dunn Pauls
Alvio G. McCollom and Lizzie J.
I 0ve Newcy Katy; and Ely Frank-
; C W Fears and Irine Muff Sul-
GLBelvin and Sarah Corley Pauls
cFWainscott and M O Willough-
tH Armstrong and Bertie Neal
DC Barnes aud Annie Christian
Wm Holmes and Mattie Tucker
j H M Colbert and Georgiana Allen
fjD Aubrey Franks; and Belle
: I S8 Hughes and M I Dullard Loco.
(Robert Guess and Martha Bridges
I E J Parmis and Jennie Howard
J Notice of Stockholders' .Meeting.
Xotice is hereV)y given that the
Htmal ineetiriK of the stoekhold-
vtrsoftliH Johnson Mining Com
pany will be held at the office
'af the company in Dougherty In
dian Territory on Saturday No
vember 2.") 8(J1) at 2 o'clock p
a. for the purpose of electing three
directors to .serve for the ensuing
Oinuox Rii.ey Sec.
Old Scrap Iron.
We will buy any or all old scrap
iron which may be lying about
jour place. Old mowers plows
sld rubber brass copper bones
or any old stuff of that nature.
!13d-wtf Conway & Sox.
J v Lost a Purse
Tuesday afternoon between Mrs
Iloski's store and Mrs. Barry's
Jfsideuce a mir?e containing a fhe
iollar bill about $1..j0 in silver a
imai baby pin and two promissory
jsotes. The fiuder will be liberally
Warded by h-aving wune at Mrs.
pTY'j or at 5 he ARDMOREITEi Of -
Jee. 13 tf
Electricity on Sew York Lines.
"Everything looking to tho elect ri-
.tal equipment of the Manhattan Ele
cted Tail way lines is progressing
Wisfactorilv." said Hussell Sage.
are carrying 000000 passengers
itt-i"- It is estimated that we will
able to save $".0000 to $lt)UO-
" W0 in yearly operating expenses.
j.e new electrical system probably
f'U be experimentally in operation
jWsome part of the company's sys-
JTa early in January. I expect the
jkst line to be equipped will be the
iA avenue or the Third avenue
I One That IMdn't AdTertise.
The Charleston (S. C.) News and
fW.rier mentions that a sign reading
progress is Our Motto' has been
-played fur many years in a store
aoDecf the principal streets of that
f'j which for ten years has been
i v"'111 mortality is something
?8otfal. Nearly one-quarter die be-
they reach one year one-tbird
!ore the are five and one-half be-
s tbey are fifteen ! The timely use
kite's Cream Varmifuge would
a majority of these precious
( Price 25 cents at City Drug
fre and W. U. Frame.
A HERO OF THE MINE. '
Ha Risked HU Life t Smre Tkt of
Heber Franklin a young man em-
ployed at the Clear Creek mine is as
much a hero as any man" who ever
braved death on the battlefield. Frank-
lin sought not glory but to save a hu-
man life. There" was a fire In the mine.
The men were called out. Then they
were about to shut off the air in order
to stop the flames when It was learned
that a lone miner was working deep In
the mine beyond the point wbere'tbe
fire started and was then raging with
growing strength. Here Is the story
of the subsequent events: -
Foreman Thomas Immediately called
for volunteers to go .with him into the
mine to rescue the man. Several at-
tempts were made by different ones
but they were driven back by the
flames aad the cry of "Powder!"
caused a hasty retreat. '
Finally Heber Franklin a young man
whose work keeps him on the outside
said "I will go." And accompanying
Foreman Thomas he pressed on
through the fire and found the man
working away tamping a bole entire-
ly unconscious of the danger threaten-
ing him. They succeeded In getting
out of the mine safely when the fan
was shut ofT and the dip closed up.
The rescue was an act of great bravery
on the part of Franklin as his work
kept him on the outside and he was
unacquainted with the exact lay of the
land inside and the danger of suffoca-
tion from black damp was great. He
was the ouly man of the mauy stand-
ing by whose nerve did uot desert bltn.
It is stated upon good authority that
ten minutes more of lost time would
have resulted in the death of the miner
who was at work and possibly a great
loss to the company as the supply of
air could not be cut off while there was
any hope of rescue and this would
have tended to feed the flames. Salt
WASHINGTON'S LAST YEARS.
Hla Happy Life With Hla Wife st
At the time of his retirement to
Mouut Veruon after the expiration of
his term as president "the tall figure
of Washington was ouly slightly bent
and lie was still supposed to weigh up-
ward of.iKJ ioimds" writes William
Perrine of "The I.ast Years of Wash-
ington's LiTe" in The Ladies' Home
"Excepting his gray hair and his
false teeth and some trouble In hear-
ing tiiere was little of the usual ap-
pearance of age lu his muscular per-
son his gait and his strong pock-
marked face. He was affable and
merry with his best friends but while
he had the true hospitality of a south-
ern Kentleniau iu inviting every vis-
itor from a distance to his table or to a
bed over uight his politeness was gen-
erally formal. Yet if he particularly
enjoyed the conversation of a guest he
would pay htm the compliment of lis-
tening to him until after 1) o'clock or
even of lighting him with the candle to
a bedroom for the night.
Mrs. Washington at this time was a
healthy pleasant and unosteutatious
little woman still showing traces of
good looks and with seldom any other
thought than of playing respectably
her role of mistress of the house of a
country gentleman of caring for the
negroes or of amusing herself with her
knittiug. She had great pride in her
recipe for making "cherry bounce.'
and on a midsummer day she cut ont
32 pairs of breeches for the men work-
ing on the farm. She had said that
she and the general felt like children
Just released from school when he left
the presidency and she told of her
satisfaction iu settling down again to
the "duties of an old fashioned Vir-
ginia housekeeper steady as a clock
busy as a bee aud cheerful as a crick-
The original "boucaniers" were a
wild aud picturesque gang. To the
waist they were generally clothed in
a sunburned and weather beaten skin
and they wore pantaloons of a coarse
linen dyed and stiffened with the blood
of bulls and pigs and held up by a belt
of rawhide stuck full of deadly knives.
Their apparel terminated with pigskin
boots aud no stockings and they car-
ried a long barreled firelock loaded
with ounce balls of lead.
They were animated with a common
hatred of the Spaniard which in their
eyes justijied any attack upon bis per-
son or property aud by a wild sort of
attachment to each other in their peril-
ous lives which led to their being
kuowu as the "Brethren of the Coast."
When the Spaniards drove them into
the career of marauders upon the
sea. the word buccaneer took a new
meaning though they were also known
as freebooters. This was a mongrel
English word "buiten" being Dutch
and "bueten" German for plunder. Of
this word the French made "fribus-
ter" with the s silent and then soften-
ed it to "filibustier." which the Span-
iards modified into tilibustero. So we
finally got the word back with a new
meaning and a special application as
"filibuster." "The West Indies" by
Amos Kidder Fiske.
Rough on the Minister.
Sir William Long tells a story of an
old Scotch lady who could not abide
long sermons. She was hobbling out
of tne kirk one Sunday jrhen a coach-
man who was waiting for his people
asked her. "Is the minister dune wi'
his sermon?" .
"He was dune lang syne" said the
old lady impatiently "but we wanna
The Festal Hoar.
"How happy the Dabney-Jonesea
look this evening. It must be their
"No; they've got their old cook back.1
Detroit Free Press.
To Holiday Advertisers.
Realizing the benefits to be de-
rived not only to the reading: pub-
lic but especially to holiday
advertisers. Throughout the holi-
days the Daily Ardmoreite be-
ginning with Monday Nov. 27
will be enlarged to an eight page
paper and will so continue until
Jan. 1 1900. -Advertisers can
readily see the benefits to be deriv-
ed from the additional space and
will act accordingly. This is your
golden opportunity one never be-
fore offered Ardmore's business
men to properly bring their goods
and wares before the public eye.
The price of the paper will remain
the same thus giving the benefit to
the reading public. Get in your
advertisements early in order to
obtain best results.
Tt i c r 1 1 et 8 or aching in the small
of the back is a serious symptom.
The kidneys are suffering. Take
Prickly Ash Bitters at once. It is a
reliable kidney remedy and system
regulator and will ' cure the trouble
before it develops its dangerous stage.
Sold by W. B. Frame.
A TEXAS WONDER.
ball's great discovery.
One small bottle of Hall's Great
Discovery cures all kidney and blad-
der troubles removes gravel cures
diabetes seminal emissions weak
and lame back rheumatism and all
irregularities of the kidneys and
bladder in both men and women.
Regulates bladder trouble in chil-
dren. If not sold by your druggist
will be sent by mail on receipt of SI.
One small . bottle is two month's
treatment and will cure any cause
Dr. E. W. Hall
Sole manufacturer St. Louis Mo.
formerly Waco Texas.
For sale by W. B. Frame druggist
Ardmore I T.
Temple Texas April 2fi 1899.
I have uned Hall's Great Discovery
for bladder and kidney trouble and
would not take $1000 for the benefit
received from using one bottle. I
feel that I am permanently onred.
W. R. Tyler. D. D. 8.
Dti. A. E. ADAMS
The Latest Improvement for Crown
and Bridge Work.
Local anfpsthetics administered for the
:ainle extraction -if teeth.
All work guaranteed. Prices to suit the
OiMce over Randol's store. Ardmore. I. T.
ARDMORE DENTAL PARLORS
II. Exloe Prop'r.
TTavlntr completed mr profession In 1S9S.
with seven Tears' experience in the general
practice of dentistry I am permanently lo-
cated here and solicit the patronage of the
citizens of Ardmore and vicinity. Give me
a chance at your work in order that I ma?
convince vou. All work guaranteed.
Office bonrs 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. Office front
rooms Ledbetter & Bledsoe building west
of First National Bank.
Prompt attention will
be given to all Sanitary
work. Notify me thro'
the postoffice Box 704
In the United States Court In the Indian
Territory. Southern District:
M. C. Weaver Plaintiff
Irene Weaver. Defendant i
The defendant Irene Weaver Is warned to
appear in this court in thirty days and an-
swer the complaint of the plaintiff M. C.
Witnets Hon. Hosea Townsend Judge this
3rd day of Nov. 1899.
fsuL C. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk.
Dick & Lee. Attorneys.
Summers Hardy Atty non-resident.
First published Nov. 3 189.
ASSAYER CHEI1I8T AND
Accurate work at reasonable rates.
Office next to Caddo.Wanin Yard. Post.
office box See Ardmore. L T.
B. A. Ledbetter. W. H. Wlmberly.
LED BETTER & WfMBERLY"
Ledbetter A Rlitdsna Hnllr1in 1
lad. Ter. I '
C. M. CHAMBERS
Attorney at Law
Do a civil and criminal practice.
Randol building Ardmore I. T.
Bummers Hardy. w. B. Leigh.
HARDY & LEIGH
Attorneys at Law".
KLaw affecting land a specialty.
Office nnstaira In th TTarHv hnlltn
Ardmore. I. T. '
M. L. Garrett. W. H. Bingham
GARRETT & BINGHAM
Do s civil and criminal practice.
Office In Wheeler building opposite court
house. Ardmore. 1. T.
JOSEPH P. MULLEN
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
v Cimi!al Law a Sfbcialtt.
General law practice In the courts of the
Indian Territory: U. 8. supreme courtWaab-
lngton; court of claims; court of appeals.
Eighth Judicial district: executive depart-
ment. Office. West Main street near new
court house Ardmore I. T.
C. C. Potter. j. w. Ownby
C. L. Potter. Formerly of Paris Tex.
C. B. Potter. w. D. Potter..
Of Gainesville. Tex.
POTTER. OWNBY & POTTER
ARDMORE I. T.
This firm Is now located over First Nation-
al Bank. Will do civil and criminal practice
In all courts In the Indian Territory.
LEDBETTER & BLEDSOE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
ortrA. in Ledbetter & Bledsoe building
H. M.Furman. C.L. Herbert. Jesse H. Hill
FURMAN HERBERT & HILL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office. Herbert ft Lewis bnlMfnv. Aril.
H. C. Potterf. w. F. Bowman
POTTERF & BOWMAN
ATTORNEY8 AT LAW.
Ernest Lee. Stenographer.
Office upstairs in the Hardy building
Ardmore. I. T.
J. W. MOFFETT
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls at offlr answered day or night.
Ottlcoin Gorman Building over Mason
Mason's Drug Store. 'Phone s.
DR. JEROME C. McNEES
IISICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office In Randol Building Ardmore. I. T.
Office hours. 10 to 12 a. m : 2 to 4 p. m. Res
Idence phone 13. Office pnone 8.
Special attention given to obsletrlcs and
diseases 01 children.
DR. W. HARDY.
Spkcial Attention Given to the
Ear Nose and Throat Obstet
ric8 and Diseases of Women.
Office hours 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 5 p. tn. ReS'
Idence 'phone 36: office. 30
DR. J. W. SMITH
Physic ian and Surgeon.
Office hours 10 to 12 a. m. 2to4p.m
Resideao? Pbone 11. Office Phone R.
Albert Rennie. Merrill W. Johnson
BENNIE A JOHNSON
Attorneys at Law.
Do a general law practice In all courts.
Paula Valley. Ind. Ter.
Buy Steam's iaint of Laidlaw
Lumber Co. 15-lm
Digests what you eat.
It artiflciall vdicests the food and aids
Nature In strengthening and recon-
Btructincr the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approacn it in emciency. j.t in-
stantly relieves and permanently cores
Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn
Flatulence Sour Stomach Nansea
SickHeadache Gast ralgi a Cramps and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
prepared y e. c oewitt Co. Cbca0
For sale by W. B. Frame.
THE BURLINGTON ROUTE
A GOOD RAILROAD.
East-bound from the Missouri
River to Bt. Louia Chicago it runs
the finest trains wlde-vestibuled
Pintsch lighted throughout with the
Burlington's celebrated free chair
cars dining cars Pullman sleepers.
North-bound: two daily trains.
perfectly equipped to Omaha Sionx
City St. Paul.
Northwest: from fifty to five hnn-
dred miles saved from the Missouri
River to the Northwest by the greai
time saver the Billings Route.
West: from the Missouri River to
Colorado and bevond. twn nroat
7500 miles of .standard rtilmtil
The pioneer in courteous treatment
The main traveled ' rnnri .r.pr
ticket agent has tickets reading over
the Gret Burlington Route.
For details ask your ticket agent
or L. W. Wakelev.
Gen'I Pass'r Agent St. Louis Mo.
T. 3. BBirvrn
Trav. Pass'r Agent Kansas City Mo.
General Manager St. Joseph Mo.
iil. LOUIS 10 uflD !
It I A
Take the most nor.irtar rniit to St.
Louis and all noints East. Kansas
City and all poiils North and West.
Santa Fe trains make close connec
tions at Oklahoma City and Wichita
for all points on the Frisco Line.
St. Louis and Kansas City Mail and
Express leaving Oklahoma City 9:0
a. m. dally arrives in St Louis the
following morning at 7:25. maklni?
close connect ions with all trains for
the east. Train No 7 leaving St.
Louis at 9:00 p. ni. daily anives at
Oklahoma City :00 p. m. the follow
ing evening. 'Jiirougu recllnintr
chair cars free without charge also
ruuman paiace sleepers from Ukia-
liwua City to dt. Louis and Kansas
Further information will be cneer-
fully given by the nearest Agent or
B. F. DUNN District Pass. Agt.
Cor. Main St. ana Douglas Ave.
BRYAN SNYDER O. P. A.
fit Louis. Mo
In the United States Court in the Indian
Territory. Houtbern Pistrict:
Mollie R.Clark Plaintiff)
ts. sro. 3858.
Ueorge Clark Defendant.)
The defendant (ieorire Clarke. In warned
to appear in this court in thirty dava and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff Mollie
Witness the Hon. Ho'ea Townsend ludee.
this 3rd day of Nov. 1HV9.
I SEAL C. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk.
Dick A Lee. Attorneys.
Summers Hardy Atty non-resident.
First published Nov 3. 1899
In the United States District Court In the
Indian Territory Southern District:
Home Farmer. Plaintiff
Henry Parmer. Defendant
The defendant Henry Farmer Is warned to
appear in this court In thirty daya and an-
swer the complaint of the plaintiff. Mollie
Witness Bon Hoea Townsend judge of
said court and the seal thereof this 11th day
of November. 189V.
C. M. Camfbbll. Clerk.
Ledbetter & Bledsoe attorneys.
Tom Norman attornev don-resident.
First published Nov. 12 1899.
In the United States Court in the Indian
Termor. Southern District:
Millie E. Tdmbcrlin. Plaintiff. )
Edgar TomherliD. Defendant.)
Tne defendant tCdgar Tmherlin. is waru
ea to appear in this court in tbirtv 1av and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff Millie
Witness Hon. Hosea Townsend judge this
3rd day of Nov. 11-99.
Isai1 C. M-CAMPHELL Clerk.
Dick & Lee. Attorneys.
Summers Hardv Attv non-resident.
First :ublihei Nov. 3 1C99.
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
V&SKER BUFFET SLEEPERS
KATY CIIAin CARS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.
Sat r ExcarslM Bates.
Reduced one-way rate now in ef-
fect to point north east and south-
east Memphis Tenn. Nov. I8tb to 25th
Biennial International Conference
Women's and Young Women's Chris-
tian Association. One and one-
third tares on the certificate plan.
Purcell Not. SO to Dec. 3rd: Free
school convention and Teachers'
Association ; one and one third fare
' St. Louis Mo. Nov. 28 to Dec. 1.
Methodist Episcopal church Con-
eress: rate one and one third fans.
W. 8. Kkenaw
a. p. a.
IF YOU WOULD TRAVEL
in cemfort parc&ise
your tickets "vid. th
The 'BEST TIKE
the BEST SERVICE
and the BEST con-
nections are assured.
The only line operating
PARLOR CAFE CARS
(buIs i la cute).
ELegart Wide Vcstwoled
FREE Chair Cars.
THE BEST ROUTE
Memphis LomsviSe CncbtnaH Nash-
tjtUe Chattanooga Atlanta New
York Washington Philadelphia. Bat-
timore and other cities of the North
East and Southeast.
For maps time tabtes and other in-
formation turite your nearest Cotton
'Belt Agent or
S. G. WARNER D.M. MORGAN.
Im'IPut'rmsdTtt.Mgl. Jmlif fm'rtgmt.
TYLER TEX. FT. WORTH. TEX.
Austin San Antonio
SANTA FE to Milano
1. & G. N. San Antonio.
Wide Vestibnled Pullman Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Through withuot Change. Ticket
Agents will tell you aJl about
time and rates.
W. S. KEENAN G. P. A.
! 4-IISP0BTANT 6ATEWAYS4
For St. Louis. GUlcaflo
and the EAST.
naark New Pullman Vestibular
Buffet Sleepers. Hand mom
New Chair Cars. (Seals PiaaJ
nly Una Running Through
Coach as and Sleepers la Haw
Orlaana Without Chaaa.
MBECT LINE TO
1- 8. THORNE. E. P. TURNER.
Tain Tlrs-Pra.- a.Barml paw.
mmm wa i ai(r.. a4 Tl
In the rnited Htates District Court la tns
Indian Territory. Honthern District:
Tlnnie Shores. Plaintiff. I
. s No.5.
John Shores. Defendant )
Tha defendant Jobn Shores. Is warned
to appear in this court la thyty dsy. and
anawerthe complaint of tba plaintiff. Tlnnie
Witness Bon. tIoees Townsend. jadaa of
said court snd the seal thereof this the 3rd.
day of Not. int.
J 8Ji-i . c- u- CAMPBELL dark.
Dick A Lea. Attorney.
Summers Hardy. Attorney non-rssldent.
First published Nor. S. 1W.
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