The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 23, 1893 Page: 4 of 4
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TiHctloD h beca made to enter In the Post
lfflee lit ArdCMT I. X. M second class mail
AeomOkiI.T. Thubsday.Nov. 23
D. P. Gloyd Editor.
FBOM OVER THE' WORLD
A General Summary of
Condensed and Clipped
Our Daily Exchange.
DrisCAif I. T. Nov. 22 "On t
Fort Sill" is now the byword of
every man. woman and child in
the country. Petitions resolutions
and private letters a-e continually
bting sent to congress urging
th -in to take some action in regard
to ratifying the treaty with the
Two strange accidents occur
near Berwyn I. T. Both accidents
occur to men who live or are from
near Ardmore. One rr.an while
g .iog up a steep hill goes behind
his wagm and attempts to "scotch"
it. The -waon iuns over him and
breaks his leg. Dispatches also
say: A man Irom near Ardmore
came in on the river near here
with eeveraJ yoke of oxen after
corn. After getting his corn he
i-ampod- in the bottoms and tied
one yoke of oxen to a tree and then
built a fire against the t ee. Dur-
ing the night the tree burned down
filling on his oxen killing one aud
badly injuring the other.
'i'HE CENTRAL HOTEL.-
This deservedly popular house is
increasing-in business. Mr. Ladd its
ffenial manager and proprietor en-
deavors to make ail feel at home. lie
will no loubt one day become the
leading first class hotel manager of
Ardmore. What he needs now more
than anything else is a suitable build-
Situated as be is he ig compels
v.i to conduct the business on such a
basis as will enable all. throuo-h the
reasonable chargtB made for hotel ac-'
tommoda-iiuns to rind a stopping1'
place. The mechanic the farmer. th 1
laborer and the weat.'hy man are all
trea.ed alike. No one expresses dis-
satisfaction who stops at the Central
whether it is for one meal or one
mon .. Mr. Lad J is growing in p01.
uian.v as a uoiei man and it a hotel
is ever started on a larger scale in
Ardmore he will iu all probability
urt piacea in cnarge. Whether he is
or not he will always be popular as a
bote! mau with the public and for the
present will be found at his old head-
quarters the Central. 20 tf.
aires s-s I?s?opc2i?'lr
If you mean lousiness
you will do well to see
me from the fact I will
see twenty men' who
want to buy where you-
do not and" I believe I
can make my commis-
siou and get you your"
money before you can
elT. If you have
Property to Rtrnt;
Or wish to rent buy or
sell yourself coine aud
Office over Williams &
DR. I. W. FoLSOM-
EVttUh Dr. McCoy opposite Iron Store Ard-
more I. T
Specialties :-"Opertie Snrfrery Dtsea'ses of
wumru ami cuiiurKH irervoua aiKeappfl rneu-
mati&m and diBeasvs of the skin. Has had
OTer Iwemj one years practical experience in
diseases incident to this southerly climate.
Does a gene r at practice Fermaafently located.
To Kmp Apaea with the PrograssiT
Times fiaa Baan
ENLABOTD TO 16 PA fits.
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Thtu (prlnf fta randan one'thlrd
mora madta mattar than heretaiora.
With this adifitional spaoe Tns Wcamxt
Niwo will bo ansarpassod by any gen-
eral newspaper in ttie United Stawe.
It Is htrlctly a Newspaper. -
It does not attempt to please every-
body bat it does try to make itself in-
teresting to a variety of readers.
In political matters it gives the news
and views of all si doe. allowing the
Matter to intelligently decide for him-
self ra all free Amerioaa citizens
Besides its full and general news feat-
urea it oontaiua ittastrauooa ay famooa
FOR THE L.1DIE3
the farmers and
Notwithstanding this increase in sine
and in expanse that prkje remains the
One Dollar a Tear.
If you are not familiar' With it send
for a free sample copy convince your-
self of its merits then subscribe through
your local agent and be happy; or yon
can remit direct to
A. EL. BELO & CO. Publiabera
GALVKSTOS OB XUMjAS.
Remit by draft postofSee order. Pa-
cine Wells-Fargo American or United
States express money orders If sent in
any other manner it is a Viae sender's
A I I I Y
New York Life - Insurance Company
sp &mm wmmi$wa
As ets $140000000.
A few of the prominent men of the territory
insured is this company :
Sf T Johnson
J H Turtle
W G Williams
C B Campbell
(t It Beeler
T P Uowell
S IF Davis
W F Ptrker-
C N Ilanna
F K vV'iison
J E Patterson"
D C McKLNNuN. General Executive Ag't Kansa City Mo.
L O IlOBERrSON General Ag-cnt Ardmore I T
11 of Ardmore
L.AT3 AND LIVELY.
The catacombs of Some contain the
remains of 6000000 people.
A. Countryman is the name of a
poultry raiser near Anmston Ala.
Invitations to church weddings in
New York city sometimes bring as
uigu a aum as iu eaco.
The most remarkable pring-s in the
worta are m California; they produce
uijjuunc auia ana ink.
T i . .
xeuiresa county Tennessee has
never had a church m its limits. On
is building now at Fentress.
One Georgia newspaper says of the
euiior or an "esteemed contemporary
that when "Ed Youngr taaes up i
Faber the sparks fly."
At Cherbourg France an electrical
m successful operation. It
will ran twelve hours at the rate of
nearly eight knots an hour.
f.ear Tranquebar on the southeast
ern coast of India there is a species of
um waitu not only is able to walk on
iivei ground but can climb trees.
The larg-est cut stones in the world
are in the temple of the sun at Baal-
bec. Many are more than sixty feet
long twenty feet broad and of un-
Wee Hun Penk who was cook in a
mining camp only three years ago is
no longer wee in the financial -sense.
He owns the whole of one and half of
another Important mine in Arizona
and is reputed to be worth at least
Near Liskhead in Cornwall is a
strange natural phenomenon. A pila
of rock thirty-two feet high shaped
like a top is balanced on the smaller
end. It is ouite immnvahl thnnl.i
apparently a very slight effort would
iliddte-Agea Spinster as t-amp
femes into the yard-What do you
want here anything to eat? Tramp-
What elie should I want madame?
Did vou tfiinic 1 eama to offer a pro-
posal of marriage?
The prudent housewife whe. on ac-
count of "hard times" has d oided
not to repaper the sitting room as
desirable will find the old paper very
ranch improved in appearance bv aim-
plv rubbing it well with a flannel
cloth dipped in oatmeal.
The vicissitudes of this life are
wonderful." exclaimed the boarding-
house keeper at breakfast the other
nomine. "True; a man can never tell
what he's got before him." replied the
sarcastic boarder with a side glaaca
plate of oaah ta front Qt hlm
A.J. WOLVERTOJT. President.
J. A. BIVESS Vice President.
GKO. It. EDWARDS Csshirr.
DOS LACY Assistant Cashier.
Directors A. J. WolTerton.
J. A. Bivens C. A. Ssramoni.
R. T. Iallas. B. J. Williams.
H. t Potts. II. C. Pstterf.
ELK iy 111
Opposite Cream Bakery
T. H HITGHES Prop'r.
Ardmore Tnd. Ter
All kinds of territorial drinks and
the best brands of cigars. Good
tables an orderly bouse and gentle-
ranly treatment of customer .
i lie - AFcimoFeKs
WILL BRING YOU
ENTERTAIN M ENT.IN FO R lVf ATI0H AITD
JOHN CAN N A VAN
(Secessor to T. Gorley.)
I have jHircbr-ed his entire stock and
will continue thebuyiDg and sell-
ing second baud goods.
Coart Street irintn Idiai Ter
By Parker Cfoyd if Co.
J H. Harsiiaw
For the' wrongs that needs resist IrW
For the oaiie that needs
lor the future in the distance
And the good that- we can do.
Hate the wrong and loVe the right
And patronize the ARdMoBEiTE.
Fruits and Cor fectioneries;
Tobacco and Cigrar?.
in Every Style.?
Capital $SOCCO. Surplus $2OCO.
Accounts of firms and individuals solicited. Special attention given to col-
lections and proceed remitted promptly.
Jos M. London.
Rsv. J. if Mooke
LONDON & MOORE
Booksellers Stationers & Newsdealers
RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A
SHARE OF YOUR JOB WORK
AND ADVERTISING PATRONAGE.
Ardmore Indian Ter.
We'carry a full line of
School books.skies tabl
Music Musical Instruments Tovs. Fahcv
Goods Bibles. Tesmmntcr Qnri r:f d
- -w -- uiiu uii i DUUKS.
AEUMORK IND TER
Please Report anything Of a
Local Nature to the office
or to the reporter and as-
sist in making the Ard-
morite a first class paper.
R. S. W. PARKER BusinesslManafV
If you want a good team
nice rig 02? saddle horse
it isill pay you to fjo to
Bowles & Ross
Texas and Indian Territory
JEWELER & Repairer.
J. M. GOLLEDGE
Galvanized Iron Flaes and Well Tubing Tin
Atuuiius auu tjr uttering
GALVANIZED. IRON CORNICE.
JOB WORK' A SPECIALTY.
T. U. PARKER Ardmore.
Full line of watches'
y Fiife Line silverware
West Main Street
Repairing a Specialty
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