The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 27, 1893 Page: 1 of 4
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ARDMORE CHICKASAW NATION. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 27 1893.
TIME TABLE G C. & S. P. R'Y
(ialretton nd Chicago Express
Cleburoe aod Kansas City Express
4.43 a. ra
e 23 p. m.
Calves ton and Chicago Esprfss 12 10 a. m
CWbarne and Kansas City Express 10.13 a. m.
I. R. Masox Ticket Ag't.
W. S. KEENANUcn. Pass. Ag't.
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES
OKU. S. MAILS.
South bound mail closes 6:45 p. m.
South bound mail arrives 6:13 p. in.
North bound mail cioses 10 a. m
North bound mail arrives 10:20 a in.
Night mails are ctosed at 8.30 p. m.
Monev order department is open
at 8 a. m. and closed at 5 p. in.
Office hours frcm 8 a. m to 6 p
Sundays from 2:30 p. m. to 3:30 p.
Johx S. IIamkb P. M.
Summeers Hardy Deputy.
ELK Billiard HaU
C pposiic reani uuacij
J. II. HUGHES Prop'r.
Ardmore Ind. Ter
All kinds of territorial drinks and
v.o Vpnt brands of cisrars. Good
tables an orderly house and gentle-
manly treatment of customers
Blacksmlthing and horse shoe-
ing a specialty. Guarantee to
fctop interfering over-reaching
or clicking. Quarter-cracks and
corns successfully treated.
C. E. BROSIUS.
South Caddo St. Ardmore I.T
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
City National Bank
At Ardmore in the Indian Territory
at the Close of Business Decem-
ber 19 1893.
Lords and discounts
Overdrafts secured and on- .
U.S. lion Is to secure circu-
lation - -
Premiums on U . S. bonds
Banking house. furniture and
Due from national banks not
Reserve A Rents)
Due rrora state banks and
laikers - -
Due from approved Reaerve
Checks and otber cash items
Xotes of other national banks
Fractional paper currency
nickels and cants
Spwcie - - -
Legal tender notes
Due from U. S. treasurar
other than 5 per cent re-
41310 OH j
30 000 00
' Capital stosk paid in
. Surplus fund
j Undivided profits. l-sa ex-
I oenses and ttxea paid
Xational bank notes out-
standing Pn to other national banks
Individual deposits subject to
Cashier's checks outstanding
Total - -
Indian Territory County of Pekena ss.:
I George K. Edwards cashier of the above
named bank do solemnly swear that th above
statement is trc to the best of my knowledge
and belief. Goiu;u R. Edwaiids
Subscribed and sworn to before me this ith
day of December. 1S93. X . II. McCoy.
Correct Attest :
A. J. Wolvbktos
J. A. Bivkhs.
C. A. Sammonb.
Premiums on bonds
Due from banks iJ.9M 34'
Exchange cotton 3-:95-(7
Cash in vault 15.3)3 31
Cash items 593
rive per cent fund 5-5
I a. 500.00
75 049 o
Capital and surplus
:Suoh Articles as
DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST DAY BUT COME AT ONCE.
Lum Johnson went to Daugherty
Holiday goods from now until
January 1st at cost can be had at
Jno. T. Alexander's. Dec.27-4t
Family holiday cakes to order at the
cream bakery. tf 12 18
Jeff Carter left for Daugherty on
the morning train.
DRESS GOODS reduced 25 per
ceDt at the Big Iron Store.
Sam Greenwood makes a specialty
of short orders at all hours day or
night. tf 12 6
William Mullins is back from
J. T. Alexander is closing out his
holiday goods at actual cost.
ONE QUARTER OFF on clcaks at
the Big Iron Store.
Frank Wymore of Overbrook is
in the city.
We are headquarters for holiday
goods. Call and look through our
stock. We will sell anything for a
small profit. Green & co. lwk.
Light harness and horse clothing of
every description at B. F. Melton's
Miss Stella Green an accomplished
young lady of Gainesville is in the
cily visitlug her uncle W. F. Whit-
tiugtou. ONE QUARTER OFF on clothing
at the Big Iron Store.
John T. Alexander has on hand a
nice assortment of holiday goods left
which he desires to close out at cost j
Jonas Baum of the Iron Store j
spent Christmas in Davis. He speaks j
glowingly of the prosperity exhibited j
in that thriving village. J
Horse covers and lap robes at the
lowest possible cash prices ut IS. F.
Melton's. 12-8 tf.
The best and most complete assort-
ment of Ireworkg ever brought to
Ardmoro at the cream bakery ti
:To Select Your
are Useful as Well
Yours for good
Miss Etta Carter who has been at
tending school at Decatur Tex is
spending the holidays with her par-
ents in this city.
The finest assortment of albums
and other fancy holiday goods ever
brought to Ardmore all of which can
be had at actual cost at J. T. Alex-
A Varied assortment of holiday
confections can be found at G. J.
Frasher's cream bakery tf 12 18
Commissioner Scott has returned
from bis holiday jaunt and Is again
grinding out justice at the old staud.
The report that he had married
which gained currency yesterday
proved to be untrue.
Green & Co. will kick the bottom
out of holiday goods. We mean bus-
iness. Come and see our well assort-
ed stock. Corner Drug Store lwk.'
W. B. Frame has the largest assort-
ment of toys and noliday goods ever
seen in Ardmore which he offers
cheap for cash. 12-18 tf
A great many cf the influential
full-blood Chickasaws bare been visi-
tors at Judge Carter's during the
past week consulting on national
matters and the condition of things
ALL boys' youth's and men's suits
and overcoats reduced 25 per cent at
the Big Iron Store.
Oysters and fish served in any
style and at nil hours by Sam Green-
wood at the cream bakery parlors
tf 12 5
Mioses Kate Elmore and Etta
Wheeler displays remarkable mat -
agerial abilily ii. conducting the cxer -
cises at the cako walk last night. The
enjoyment of their guests vaj the
. . ... . .
mam objec'. ot their endeavors and in
that their success was full and com-
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U1..u.ll3 Ui.ggv 'i" BUUt(.tB them n pvcrv rrsnwi. tf
everything in my line will be sold at
reduced prices from now until the 1st
of January. If you want bargains
dout tail to call on me between now
and that time. J. I Johnson.!
12 18 tf. I
as Ornamental are
goods and low prices
MAIN STREET ARDMORE
Office of the City National Bank Ardmore
I. T. Dec. 9 1893 .
A meeting of the Stockholders of this bank
will be held on
TUESDAY JANUARY 9. 1894
At their banking bouse between the hours of
10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p.m. for the
purpose of electing seven directors to serve
the ensuing year.
Gxo. R. Edwards Cashier.
A party consisting of L. L. Stowe
W. O. Duston William Vertier and
W. B. Johnston left last night for a
ten days' hunt in the Wichita mount-
ains west of Fort Sill. They will bo
joined at Chickasha by another party.
The Ardmoreite feels sorry for the
game and other requisites to a jaunt
of thij kind.
Mr W. B. Frame sold out his llrst'
installment of holiday goods but he
has now replenished his stock and is
better thau ever prepared to satisfy
the desires ct even the most iactidi-
ous. 12-18 tf.
All kinds of machinery and gins
repaired by F. M. Lawrence. Head-
quarters at oil mills. d 18 to j 1
ATTENTION K. OF P.
All members of Myrtle Lodge No.
7 K. of P. are requested to meet at
Castle Hall Thursday evening De-
cember 28. Business of importance.
By order of Chancellor Comman-
der. IIknry Baum
27-2t K. R. and S;
' Tw0r.00'1"' "!lc ' bolh Mulshed
mfia and wifo" with one child. Ad-
dicss 'Alphabet" this oliice.
T T r : : .
J- Spratgms carries a full line of
nll lhe .slamiarj sewing machines
' consisting of the Davis While New
Home aud Excelsior. lie offers them
1 at the lowest cash prices and guaran-
Il you want to buy a present for
your wife your sweetheart your sis-
ter your cousin j our aunt or even
your mother-in-law go to city drug
store. 12-18 tf
the Kind to Select-;
Ji Hi Vi
Fruits Candies Nuts
Buy where your dol-
lar goes fartherest-
J. TZ. WORTHY
Spot Cash Grocer McCoy Building
Main St. - - Aedmcbe I. T.
WHISKEY AND MORPHINE VICTIMS
Can Find Relief
R. L. Bp YD has established
in Ardmore a Wherrell Bi-
chloride of Gold Institute
for. the permanent cure of
. the whiskey or 'bitters" mor-
' plane and tobacco habits.
Is the best Bi-Cbloride of
Gold preparation made and
it is endorsed by the United
States government by being
used in the National Soldiers'
Home and other Federal in-
stitutions. NO CURE :-: NO PAT
AST-References given by people
that you know and whose
cure yon must acknowledge.
jgy-Auybody desiring treatment
will do well to call on Mr.
Boyd. Office over City Drug
Store. Ardmore Ind. Ter.
.DR. R. H. ALVIS is medical
adviser for the Institute.
CALLON MR BOYD
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