The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 27, 1893 Page: 4 of 4
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When you want anything in Ibe '
line of flue cukes candies or fancy
confections doot forgot that tli?
pffnm lwkfry i hondqiiarters f. r
tin m. tf V2 18
r AN 1NOENIO J3 STUDENT.
B tM Hot Fermlt CUh tt'oik to Inter
. term With Ula Athtetlc.
i A former student ol Yale tells tha
follow-tbjr story at the expense of
President Porter: In one of the class
aivistons vm a young1 fellow active in
athletics : who found it difficult to
blend proficiency in baseball with the
forty pagos of advance and rev en
which mitle up the normal day
tessOn in Dr. Porter's bulky volume on
Taking- advantage of Dr. Porter's
easygoing recitation the young fel-
low hit on the following device: He
divided the forty pages into eight
sections of five pages each. For each
section he prepared an answer usually
based on a suggestive line or two
sometimes evolvod purely from inner
At recitations he simply watched
Dr. Porter turn tho pages basing his
answer absolutely cn the pages turned.
Prom pages five to ten meant answer
No from pages twenty-five to thirty
answer No 6 and &o on not the
tightest attention otherwise being
paid to th question. The young
pioneer in psycholog7 who rattled
off the answer with all the flexibility
of speech and earnestness he could
command always met a gracious
mile from Dr Porter and found
subsequently by this audacity he had
secured a stand in psychology among
the first half-dozen in the class.
Years after he met Dr. Porter and
explained the trick and the resu'.t
The president turned the thing
prettily: "Mr. Blank" answered he
ifyoa got eijht ideas out of each
forty pages of my 'Human Intellect.
you got so many more than most of
your class that you deserve your
F. U. EASTHAi
(Successor to J. II. Ilarehaw.)
)(SH03Tj QHSERl JKCU$L)(
Fresh Oyster? Fhh and Game
served at all hours and in
Kirt-class in every ;ar-tuular.
F. M. EASTHA!
Corner Main and Mill Street?
Ardmore I T.
A Presentation Service Which Was Lost
for Twenty Yearn.
A famous tea set of silver which
cost 51500 and was presented to John
Daggett now superintendent of the
can rraneiseo mint in 1ST i was
placed so n after for saf e-kenping in
custody of a firm in that city. Thir-
teen years later Mr. Daggett went for
his silver. The box was not to ba
The senior member of the firm ad-
mitted that he "remembered the chest
as well as if he had screwed down the
I have the screw-driver yet" ho
Safes cellars lofts were ransacked
but no chest with a screwed lid was
found. Then appeal wss made to the
eomts. The case was shuttlecocked
from one to another for seven long
The other day the junior partner of
the firm dusted an old unmarked box
which the tradit'ons of ths establish-
ment said belonged to people by the
name orOber who lived in Oakland
It's been here twenty years or more"
"said he; "I'll see what there is in it."
The lock was rusty and a mechanic
was called in. Opened the box re-
vealed Daggett's bitver service. It was
in the original box and packings.
And several men had sworn in court
that that lid was scrowei down in
A 1 Iff Shower of Meteors.
Of the 14 huge masses of meteor to
iron'which fell on a spot less than 61
square miles in area near Fort Dun-
can Mexico the largest is bee-hive
shaped and is buried five feet in the
oil and rises four feet above the sur-
face. The second mass in point of size
has been moved to the national mu-
seum at Washington. It weighs over
4000 pounds. The other 12 pieces
weigh from 07 to C50 pounds. The
whole mass of fragments as mentioned
Above are scattered over an area of 64
square miles with Fort Duncan at
about the center of the point of dliv
DR. A. E. ADAMS.
SEifEi. All fcins of Dentistrv inrlU'J -tS5Sfg8
iiii? I'.riJrfp nii'i Crown work
f&tt&ffV ""'I Twth without plalps. I.o-
lii IXt cal an: uietu:H aumniistiTfU
for the painles itxtrnrtiou of teeth.
JCj-Odicc over Frame's drug Btoro Main
street. Ardmorc I. T.
DH. J. L. THiiMAS
PIlVSICIAN AND SUftGEOX
Of Uloomfield Academy Perma-
KarOrfice City Drug; Store Ard-
morc I. T.
Di:. I. W. Fol.RoM.
fl3Hith Ir. McCoy opposite Iron Store ArJ-
inorr I. T
Specialties: Operative Surjjery Diseases of
women ami cbilaren; nervous d'iBoaseB rheu-
matism anil digenves of the nkin. Has
ovrr twenty one years practical exp rience iii
diseases incident to tnis finuthcrn climate.
Does a general practice Permanently located.
HEUBKRT & HE'itBKiiT
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
( fi'cf ivr C itj ationl Bank
Ardmore I. -T.
JACKSON & KKXDKIC'IC.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
g?"Oi!ice up stairs jus-t across the
street in front of court house
Ardmore 1. T
R. S. DEMXEK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SSTOai-e over First National
Eank Ardmorc 1. T.
CAMPBELL JE.NKIXS & WEST
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
3Qy-Off.ee up stairs near the court
LEDBETTiCK & BLKDSrsE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SSaTOffice up stairs opposite Ard-
r. w. DICK
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Stfg-Oifice up stairs in Smith build-
ing corner Main and Court sts.
A. E. WALTERS
D EN TI S T.
fig-Officc in the old McCoy opera
house Ardmore I. T.
Can now b had at
the Jewelry Palace
And when I say bargains I do not
mean anything else but bargains.
The great holiday rush is over and
I still have lots of fine jewelry
and siiverware which I will sell
at remarkably low figures.
T H.' PARKER leafliBtj Mrefcr.
ARDMORE IND. TER
If ou want a good team
nice rig or saddle horse
it will paT ou to go to
Tlic City UW
E . Ml
A.-T. WOI.VEirrON President.
J. A. IUVKXS Vice President.
GEO. K. KDWAUDS Cashier.
DON LAC1' Abbibtunl Ciibjiier.
Directors A. J. Wolvrrlnn.
J. A. Bivens C A. Summons.
K. T. ln)lii b. J. AVilliaius.
II. F. Fotts. II. C. Petterf.
Capital $50000. Surplus $2000.
Accounts of firms and individuals solicited. Special attention given to col-
lections and proceed remitted promptly.
J. M. GOLLEDGrE
Ilea.lcf uarters For
Galvanized Iron Flues and Well Tubing Tin
Roofing and Guttering.
GALVANIZED SROM CORNICE.
JOB WOBK A SPECIALTY.
West Main Stieot Ardmorc I T.
IN AND SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
New lork Life- insurance Company
Agaeta $140000000. iSnrplas .$17000660
Alist of 100 men in and surrounding Ardmore insured in this company
H H MCLain Woodford
J Holmes Akers Woodford
l J Akcr. WtKxlford
r M Hiner Aidmore
J a o'Mally
w b Johnson
w a Ledbdtter
S zucki rman
w b Prame
J vr Harper
& B Freeman
j s u Apollos
j w Banks
r L Larghlln
e r Morgan
Dr J 8 B)()tu
l o Robertson
C C Hemin
a M Burch
J B Smith
R E Gravrs.
c n Simmons
T s walker
A B Hudspeth
C P varsdenberg
c Mi: coy
j r M Patterson
John c Pattest on
w s arecn
w l vaugha n
Lee A Arnold
w w wiggfi
J B Kin?
u 1. Bipgeis
a S ru Ilium
50C0 J T Alexander
1000 J k neim?
b s Dinkinp
a j Barron.
Thrs u Roberts
l G Treat
w t Lancaster
3000; Jas e cross
Geo. v. perry
J. B. criner
Sim a Brown
sam ii Brown
J c rurciller
chas T Kyan.
mis gnes whittingtcn
j t Burch
w h Taylor
joe N Taylor
Tom c Harald
s s Evants
o l King.
w b Burne-
c c FeJand ?
B r Ellison
Joe p cross
g m Yai brough
L n Turman
Dr Jno n Ryan
Dr. o L Ryan
ur J a Ryan
c d carter
J o Gilluin
Frank Driggerp '
1000 1 w r story
A list of twenty prominent men outside of Ardmnre:
M T Johnson Minco.
E C vSUg? sugton
w g wiilianiF Minco
j n Tuttle Minco
Hnry Johr son funco
chas b Campbell ninco
G r Bee!er purrell
Brad camp ai buckle
ikard sucg sngton
w p Bradley chickasha
Charley campbellchickasha 2ooo
wiirren wamble Heald'.on 5ooo
Geo Isaac? chickasha llopom
21f oo i james Eennie rauls vallej looo
2 1000 aIcx Rennle
loooo : Sam Garvin white Bead
15ooo Calvin Grant
loooo JJ Mecallister
loooo Dr P THOwell Davip
2oooo w o Bryson . .
loooo! And a list of 5oo met.
D C McKlANuN. General Executive Ag't Kansas Citr M
L O ROBEHTSON (ieneral District Agent Ardmore I T.
Manufacturers' Agent for Heayy
Harvesting machinery traction automatic and plain en-
gines ; all kinds of boilers cotton gins and presses suc-
tion fans elevators line shaft? pulleys beltings and
engine fittings binders self-rakes droppers mowers
threshers hay presses twine oils etc. etc.
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From now until January 1 there will be such a slide in prices at the Racket Store as was
z Never Before Met With in Ardmore
The date for taking stock and preparing for next year's trade is approaching and until that time my entire stock is subject to the
Very Lowest Possible Cash Prices.
It consists of the largest stock of Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes Gents' Furnishing and Millinery Goods ever brought to
Ardmore or the Indian Territory-
My prices are in strict conformity with the times meeting any honorable competition. Remember the Racket Store and tho in-
ducements it offers.
jh.r:' 4 I iiiiksM. proprietor.
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Wilson, F. E. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 27, 1893, newspaper, December 27, 1893; Ardmore, I. T.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc617418/m1/4/?rotate=270: accessed December 10, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.