The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 162, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 3, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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In Boardin? Hons.
Gazing dreamily at the "CJod
Bless-Our-Honie" paste! on the
wall the boarder with the fret-ides
on his nose eontinuea: "Yes it
really gives me great pleasure to
know that the butter is convales-
cing." The man with the barbed wire
beard looked unhappy and an ex
pression of contempt not unmix
ed however with curiosity flitted
across the face of the landlady.
'Convalescing!" she replied:
"what do you mean?"
The man with the yellow whis
kers smiled expectantly.
The man with the freckles on
his nose nerved himself for the
ordean and replied: "Because it
grows stronger every day!"
During the excitement that fol
lowed the man with the double
chin helped himself to the last
slice of bread on the table. Dal
timore A medi an.
For Whooping Cough Asthma
Bronchitis or Consumption no
medicine equals Ballard's Horehound
Syrup. Price 25 and 50 cents. City
Drug Store V. B. Frame.
1 was reading an advertisement of
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy in the Worceeter
Enterprise recently which leads me
to write this. I can truthfully say I
never used anj remedy equal to it
for colic and diarrhoea. 1 have never
had to use more than one or two
doses to cure' the worst case with
myself and children. W. A. Stroud
Popomoke city Md. For sale by
W B. Frame and T. N. Coleman
. The Oldest t'yriist.
y An aged widow near Dunniov
is probably the oldest living cy
clist says the Birmingham l'ost
She was born niuetv-three vears
ago and recently bought a bi
cycle ou which she journeys fre
quently to and from the villagi
for her shopping ana visum.
She informs inquirers thut slu
feels better for the exercise anc
regrets that Mr. Gladstone hat
not taken to cycling.
My wife has used Chamberlain's
Pain Balm for rheumatism with great
relief ond I can recommend it as a
splendid liniment for rheumatism and
for other household use for which we
have found it valuable. W". J. Cl
i.er Red Creek N. Y.
Mr. Culyer is one of the leading
merchants of this village and one of
the most promient men in this vicin
ity. W. G. Phippin Editor Red
Creek Herald. For 3ale by W. B.
Frame and X. N. Coleman druggists.
Stoves to Burn
Wood or coal in at low-
est prices! We have a
large variety of the best
makes both for cooking
and heating and would
be glad to show them to
you. Some of them are
wonderful bargains. We
have everything in heavy and shelf hardware
that you can possibly need.
BIVENS & WILLIAMS.
i I ' I O 1 O 1 J O I I o I o i -
9 . ll O "lo o 0 l
ft Bosu Place.
YOU WILL FIND
If you visit our Lumber
Yard. Buying and Sell
ing constantly. Receiv-
ing and Shipping all the
time. We are thus en-
abled to offer you any
thing you want in our line at a very iow figure.
Lumber in large or small quantities. Doors
Sash Shingles Lime and Cement. Come in
and let us make an estimate on what you need.
We can please you.
CHICKASAW LUMBER CO.
The Only Reliable
Cream Bakery and Confectionery
.of George J. Frasher
.Keeps Constantly on Hand
NOTICE OF SALE.
Notice is hereby given that I will
sell at public outcry to the highest
bidder in front of the conrt house
door in the town of Ardmore Indian
Territory on the 6th day of May
1899 all the following described
Tract number one which U par-
ticularly described as follows: A
certain tract or parcel of ground in
Tishomingo county Chickasaw Na-
tion near the town of Dougherty
and known as the lands granted by
the Chickasaw Nation under its
mining laws to the Gold Mining
company described by metes and
bounds as follows: Commencing
at the mouth of Mill creek where it
empties into the Washita river;
thence running up the Washita river
to the old Arbucale crossing where
the Military road crosses; thence
easterly to the headwaters of Sandy
creek east of A. Rennie's place;
thence south to where the Ft. bill
and Caddo road crosses the said
Sandy creek; thence west to the
Mill creek postofflce; thence down
Mill i reek to its mouth or the place
Tract number two which is par
ticularly described as follows: A
certain tract or parcel of ground in
Pickens county Chickasaw Nation
near the town of Ardmore and
known as the lands granted by the
Chickasaw Nation nnder its mining
laws to the Lebanon Mining com-
pany and described by metes and
bounds as lollows to-wit: Commenc
ing at a point on Red River known
as Wilis Postofflce; thence north
west to a point on Classes creek
known as the Ilolford Ranch; thence
to the Washita river to the crossing
known as ureenwood crossing;
thence west to the Rennie charter;
theoce south as far as the Rennie
boundary extends; thence southwest
to Red river; thence down Red
river to Wilis Postofflce the place of
beginning; together with all build-
ings engines boilers and other ma-
chinery and apparatus now erected
and located thereon including par
ticularly the plant for mining eep
arating refining and purifying as
pbaltum. together with all tools and
implements connected therewith sit-
uated about four miles west of Ard
Said sale will be made on a credi
of three months' time the purchaser
to give a good and sufficient bond to
secure the payment of the purchase
money and will be made under tbr
provisions of the decree rendered ii
the case of John Lindley vs. tbe
Continental Asphalt company in thr
United States Court at Ardmore or
April 28 1893. JOHN L. GALT
Special Master Commissioner.
T. N. HARRIS
Contractor akd Builder.
All kinds of ihoo work dan.. Competent
force of workmen.
Shop In Simmons' Lumber Yard. Ardmore
T. 'Phone 32. .
. A. Ledbetter. W. H. Wlmberly.
LEDBETTER & WIMBERLY
Ledbetter A Bledsoe Building. Ardmore.
OOce. Herbert Lewis bulldin. Ard
more. I. T.
Fresh Bread 1 Hand Made Cakes a Specialty
Candies Fruits and Nuts. This is the place to get
the best meal in the city for the money
G. J. FRASHER.
Ardmore I. T.
W. S. DUNCAN
Has opened up in the W. A.
Harris old stand the biggest
stock of handsome stylish
in the city. Suits made to order
Examine his goods.
Bankrupt's Petition for Discharge.
Iu the United States court fur the Southern
District for the Indian Territory.
In the matter of J. S. Parks lankruit-in
bankruptcy. No. 9.
To the honorable Hosea Townsend. judjre
of the District court of the L'nite-i States for
the iSoutheru District of the Iadian Ter-
Janie. S. Parks of Iona in South-
ern District of the Indian Territory in f aid
district respectfu iy represents that on tbe
31st day of January last past he was
duly adjudged bankrupt under the acts of
Congress relating to bankruptcy: that he
has duly surrendered all his property and
rights of property and has fully complied
with all the I equirements of said acts and
of the orders of the court touching his
Wherefore he prays that he may he decreed
by the court to have a full discharge from
all debts provab'e against his estate under
said bankrupt acts exoept such debts as
are exempt bv law from such discharge.
Dated this 14th day of April. A. D.. 1899.
JAMES S. PARKS. Bankrupt.
of the rs
Indian Territory )
On this 14th day of April A. D. 1899 on
reading the foregoing petition it is ordered
by the court that a hearing be had upon
the same on the 2nd day of May A. D.
1899 before said court at Ardmore. in said dis
trict at 10 o'clock in the forenoon and that
notice thereof be published in the Ard-
morkitb a newspaper published in said
district and that all known creditors and
other persons in interest may appear at the
said time and place and show cause if any
they have whv the prayer of the said peti-
tioner should not be granted.
And it is further ordered by the coor.
that tbe clerk shall send by mail to all
known creditors copies of said petition and
this order addressed to them at their place
of residence as stated.
Witness the Honorable Hosea Townsend
judge of tho said court and the seal thereof
at Ardmore in said district on the 14tb
day of April A. P. 1-99.
Iseai C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
First Published May 1 lh99.
In the United States Court in the Indian
Territory. Southern District: Ardmore.
W. W. Trask Plaintiff )
vs. 'No 3119
Continental Asphalt Co. Defendant. I
The defendant. Continental Asphalt Co. is
warned to appear in this court in thirty
flays and answer the complaint of the plain-
tiff. W. W. Trask.
Witness Hon. Hosea Tonrnsend judge of
said court and the seal thereof this 1st
day of May ly. i
Cruce. Cruce & Cruce. Attorneys.
J. C. Orabam appointed attorney for non-
resident. First published May 1. 1839.
I Stevens Kennerly S Spragins Co.
anything you invent or improve ; also get
CAVEAT.TRkDE-MARK COPYRIGHT or DESIGN
PROTECTION. Send model sketch or photo
for free examination and advice.
BOOK OH PATENTS S5SpiSZ
Patent Lawyers. WASH I N GTO N. D.C.
Cord or stove wood taken on
oubscriptiou at the Ardmoreite
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Wholesale and Retail .-
HARDWARE and IMPLEMENT HOUSE I
Ardmore I. T. always keep on hand a complete stor-k of
Builders' Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Best Makes of Hacks Buggies Surreys and Phaetons
Bain and Canton Wagons and all of the latest
and best makes of Farming Implements.
I Screen lie ond Door ami lire. Queen Sewing line $22.50.
The celebrated "Oar Leader" eook stoves and ranees the light running Jones Lever
Binders and Mowers. Our stock of Rubber and Leather Belting Uin and Mill Supplies
Iron Hoofing Wagon and Blacksmith Material is complete. We havt Hay Presses and
Rakes Harness Sewing Machines and Oils the Aermotor Windmill Porcelain Lined
Bath Tubs Ice Cream Freezers in fact we have everything in the hardware line that you
can ask for. All goods sold under positive guarantee and at terms to suit the purchaser.
We want your trade and will save you money.
Don't Fail to Call I Get Ppces.
AD Screen Wire.
The Best in Town.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
H. C. Potterf. W. F. Bowman.
POTTERF & BOWMAN
Attorneys at law.
Will Stewart. Stenographer.
Office upstairs in the Hardy balldlnir
Ardmore I. T.
H. L. Uarrett. W. H. Bingham.
GARRETT & BINGHAM
Do a civil and criminal practice.
Office in Hardy building. Ardmore. I. T.
JOSEPH P. MULLEN
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Cbimixal Law a Specialty.
General law practice in the conrta of the
Indian Territory: U. 8. aupreme court Wanh-
nirton; conrt or claims; court of appeals
Eighth Judicial diittrict: executive depart
ment. Office. West Main street near new
court nouse. Afumora l. I .
C. C. Potter. J. w. Ownbr.
C. L. Potter Formerly of Paris Tex
c b. roner. w. D. Potter
Of Gainesville Tex.
POTTER. OWNBY & POTTER
ARDMORE I. T.
This Arm is now located over First Nation-
al Bank. Will do civil and criminal practice
in an courts in me inaian Territory.
LEDBETTER & BLEDSOE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Ledbetter & Bledsoe building
H. M. Furman. C. L. Heroert. Jesse H. Hill
FURMAN HERBERT & HILL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office Herbert Lewis building- Ard
W. T. NIXON
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in all the courts. Office ovei
city national Bank.
ARDMOKE I. T
C .melius Hardy. Summers Hardy
HARDY & HARDY
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will practice In all the courts.
Oftice in Hardy buildinK. Ardmore I. T.
DR. W. HARDY.
Special Attention Given to the
Ear Nose and Throat .Obstet
rics and Diseases of Women.
Office hours 10 to 1? a. m.. 2 to S p. m. Res
mence 'pnone M: otiice. 30.
J. W. MOFFETT
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Office calls answered day or nleht.
Office opposite postofflce over Coleman &
Mason s druir store on Main street John
son & Cruce bulldtnif. Telephone &
R. L. HELM
Office over City Drue Store.
Residence. North Court street one block
north of Ardmoreite office.
Calls answered day or Bight.
To the Public.
I am opening up a stock of I
On Caddo street: in the frame
building owned and formerly occu-
pied by J. S. B. Apollos. Mr. B.
k . Cox will be my salesman and
we hope to share your patronage.
My stock is bought for spot cash.
and I think I can interest you in
prices. Call and see ns before
DR. A. E. ADAMS
The Latest Improvement for Crown
and Bridge Work.
Local ana-sthetica administered for the
painleas extraction f teeth.
All work guaranteed. Prices to suit the
Office over Baudot's store. Ardmore. I. T.
ARDMORE DENTAL PARLORS.
Dr. W. H. Enloe Prop'r.
Having- completed my profession In 1R9S.
with seven years' experience In tbe general
practice of dentistry I am permanently lo-
cated here and solicit the patronage of the
citizens of Ardmore snd vicinity. Give me
a chance at yonr work In order that I may
convince vou. All work guaranteed.
Office hoars 7 a. m. to p. m. Office. John-
son Cruce & Cruce Bldg. Opp. P. O.
Deputies to organize the
order American Plowmen
in Oklahoma and Indian Terri-
tories. Best plan on earth. Good
contracts riven to right parties.
Apply early and get in on ground
floor for choice of Territory.
L. L. Tyer
Dept. Nat. President.
Digests what you eat.
It artlflciallydigeststhe food and aids
Nature to strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cares
Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn
Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C DeWitt A Co Chicago.
For sale by W. B. Frame.
of Screen Goods
is limited to a short season
of the "year and we have
decided so cut the prices so
Plain and Fancy Screen Doors
SCREEN WIRE IN ALL WIDTHS
to insure closing them out
at onee We mean business
when we say we are selling
cheap. Try us.
rhone 19. W. Main St.
The Ardmoreite office has a
good steam engine and boiler for
saie cheap. 3-tf
In tbe United States Court Intthe Indian
Territory. Southern District:
Ida Lee Hope. Plaintiff.
vs. VNo. ST41.
Chaa. Hope Defendant. )
The defendant. Charles Hope la warned
to appear in this court in thirty day. and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff.
Ids Lee Hope.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townsend Judg-e
of said court and tbe aeal thereof this 7th
day of April. 1H99.
C. M. CaxraEix Clerk
Nixon & Jdner. Attorneys.
R. H. West attorney non-resident.
First Published April.
I have a good niadstone the use of
which is offered to the public at
L. S. STAGGS
Witb J. K. Morgtn Neu P. 0. Ardmore I.T.
be given to all Sanitary
work. Notify me thro
the postoffice Box 704
The Stinson residence on Xcrth
Court street one of the best locat-
ed and arranged dwellings in Ard-
more will be sold at a bargain by
I. N. Stinson or
O. M. Redfield Agent.
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