The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 246, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 9, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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ARDMORE INDIAN TERRITORY. SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST J. 18J(.
Hamilton & Go's
Our Special S'2 Shoe.
1. They Get Good Shoes.
2. Ben Fit Wei!.
3. They are Made from the Best Stock. !
4. They are Strictly NEW GOODS.
J E. HAMILTON & CO
i;iTTiMS & HAMILTON.
THE CELEBRATED j
Beware of the wine cod's month whea Tata
all emptied are and when
Keen frost the cattle wull ntgh flay. Tea die
the day are then.
Then through the faroff land of Thrace famed
nurse of steeds the blast
The bleak north breeds cornea sweeping duwa
arroaa the watery want.
The which it lifts in tumbling heaps and bunt
in it on our shoro
Wakes up within the ancient woods the long
And rrashing down before its might la many
a mountain glade
Prone on the bounteous earth stout pines and
towering oaks are laid.
The forest things with fur on tod clap dose
their buhy tails
Betwixt their thighs but little now the rough
grown oont avails
To hi id them in this bitter time: nor does
the bullock's hide
Him letter serve against the storm. Its fury to
The loan goat too it pinches wore for all ita
Howln-it litw dolefully the florks with close
piled fleeces farts?
This blUNtering north wiud fatonson the gray-
beard's withered auu
And bends httn double bearcethe while recks
aught of all itn rage
The tender girl safe still at home beneath her
Naught knowing of lovo's gold dight queen
and what her doings are.
he bathes and then anoints with oil her
smooth soft skin and white
And soundly in her maiden bed sleeps through
tho wintry night.
What tinib the euttleiish its toes doth gnaw for
And cheer in poor men's fi relets homes is mis-
TO VISIT CLEVELAND.
Secretary Carlisle Will Use Hta Efforta
to Induce the President ta Sua-
ortthe Chlcage Ticket.
WHO ARE THEY?
The Ven Thought to Be the Christians.
More Than Likely a Pair of
J;it Tuesday niornin; a ripple
of fxcitc'iit'iit prevailed on tho
streets ot Duiu'flii eaused ly a re-
Wootcn Wells Mineral Water is good
for many complaints. Why? because I port that a pair f the- Christian
it contain several different minerals i . . .
the combination of which make a j HMiS had Wen eaptured and were
Tonic applicable to more than one j then ill town under a hottvv guard.
aliment me ueaunj; prupenu's ui
these waters are varitied by thou
Bands of its users. It is a blood puri-
fier alternative diuretic laxative
and anti-spasmotie. It cures Rheu-
matism Dropsy Neuralgia Diar-
rhoea Constipation Dyspepsia Liver
nd spin1 diseases. Kidney and Hlad-
der disorders and is also a specific
for disorder peculiar to females.
Nothing equals it for the nerves. In
the language of Dr. D. R. Wallace
31. D. 1.. L. D. who was superin-
tendent of the Insane Asylum at
Austin and Tem-1 Texas for several
years: "It is my firm conviction
that tbe virtues of these waters are
equal to those of no mineral waters
fcnovfn to me. Maiea! indeed seems
the word and the only wi.rd strong
enough to expi bus the rapidity and
ease with which thev.- waters act."
The public is invited to call and
try the so waters: the most healthful
drink in Ardmore.
Soli next door west Postoltiee bv
E. B. PUGH.
It is true that two lad looking
men of tho litter ereek typo hud
heoii arretted and brought in ly a
Washington Au. X. Will
Secretary Carlisle visit the
president at Gray (tables with
the intention of attempting to
peer.re his supjiort for the nomi-
nees seleetel ly the democratic
convention at Chicago!
This question is now engross-
ing the attention of ioliticians
here o the exclusion of almost
all other kindred topics. The
lelief has for some time pre-
vailed that Mr. Carlisle is grad-
ually becoming reconciled to
the situation ami that he finally
has reached the conclusion that
the indorsement of Mr. Bryan
constitutes the lesser of two
This belief practically Iwcame
a certainty when Senator Lind-
say of Kentucky declared his
allegiance to the Chicago ticket.
Senator Lindsay did not take
this action without consulting
jthe secretary of the treasury.
: He mr.de a hpecial trip to this
'1-ltV fill- till. I.lll'li. W. lf iliv.
. .... . .... - . -.-
ing that iiiiirtant matter with
his dose political friend. After
evading and refusing interviews
here the senator returned to
Kentucky and formally stated
that he would vote for Bryan.
way to the assertion that thej
real purpose of the visit is to!
ascertain if the president eanj
not le persuaded to give some
intimation which would l
equivalent to an indorsement of
the Chicago ticket.
It is lielioved that Mr. Carlisle
will advance the argument that
democracy and frin silver nre
preferable to republicanism and
high proti'ction calling es-cial
attention t the additional
burdens that would lie imiMised
uiHn an already overtaxed
south and west. Free trade
going haud-in-haiid with free
silver would mitigate the jos-
sible ill effects that might
operate to the disadtiantage of
the mm r. By this pixn-ess of
reasoning everything would lo
gained and no material jiointlWR I I TIJRINfi
.. .i i ' ' m " i
Thos. J. Cornelius.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT
Office in First National Bank.
ARDMORE. - - - - IND.TER.
J. IY1. GOLLEDGE & CO.
Calvanizeil Iron Corniee and
Flu. Tin SUte. Anphalt Grarel
and Metal Shingle Roofing
Fire lroof Shutter. Smoke
GALVANIZED IRON CISTERNS
lost by remaining within the
party organization ami giving
its candidates at least a passive
Job Worta of all Kind m Spaolalty.
it is know that until tMiayll?.7 North Caddo St. - - Ardmore Ind. Ter.
Seeietary Carlisle had no in- ' . ... i
"'Mere ri- nl And-.
voyage man tlie .Maple a I -rilfirTl UH nn a.
wtm m mum a v m ii aa ii lui
Stay! UIUUHI UUllUI V Please!
1 1 1. I .1 I 1
wi.mu uiKe nun ani ins n
termination to utili.e the Mi-
tletK for the alleged plirMis!
of visiting the president came
as a change in the original pro-!
gram. It i probable that Mr.;
Carlisle will Im uccompanieil by "
Postmaster (ieneral Wilson.
The opinion is expressed that
the utterances of ex-I'ostmastcr
Mrta.l. Pi-s. fakes IV in feci ii-ris. and rrr thin to l- f..uii In
tirsi rl;i u-ikt rv. Froc H.-lm ry ! all cirt f.f tho ritj
biite .Sunday while Mr. Andy
Tiukerund tainilv wore away from
epies.mauxe u exiuemiy i;..-! i r.!;.... wi... .....
..a.. A lienor uns oe ... fm u .nf.lvI.. uith Mr
promptly walked into the Cleveland and declared that!
posse of citizens living near Un.o j "hTI MeJIU'cialle eamp. U Sp.-aker K'ecl's spHM-h furnish-
seine lT. miles east of here. The ' ls n 'niled a- clielusive lhat 1 Mj tll Yllt. j. Mtuation.
' al a Till .' !
eimim.taneos h-adin-t.. tho cap- ""' nvo uisimgmsne. ttll that patriotism should now
tun-of tho two men are fob j tuckiaiis forcshaduwwl tie- lMH.0nieMii .el iorto partisanship.
lows: eu.usM in- oemum.j mh.ii . thesecretai'V in leach-
by Secretary Carlisle ami nidi- u--iI. .11 to talk the mat-
cate.1 hiK sentiments on the!.. ovr wih ..i(1...t
home some one roldted thoir house i' slun" ! and if MssibIe to prevent him
of a saek .f Hour some harness j 'ther Senator Lindsay imr j-- m;ikiui u enunciation of
enokint? utensils etc. On the 10- ; b'oproseutative Owens of 1rjmjj.s similar to that im-
t'lrii of Mr. Tueker and alter dis-
roverinj; his loss started in pursuit
lit' tl.e tiiieves. ui:eomii:inied liv liis
brothers Tom and icorir. The i uni'M'alK' 'munees out Uiey i.amesMiie i.x. Aug. n
thieves were trailed to point unv 'oltleil themselves to a
three or four mih-a south of Heald-1 liiillHl expression
ton and captured. They wei-e tvojl ;P" " '"
majority snouia ruie ana mat
they acquiesce in the decision of
ffVt'llil yOSrQi'sinitli. All of the artieles stolen According to the prtCVJUii as
itl'om luekt-l' V.'t.le IOMUU X Ilie aH'l I" nMiliimii ei- u ini;
Tal.le supj.lied with U-st market T i i . 0 ....... exoontK'Juli'.le will have Wushingttui
ioiie Winchester ritle. They M ere J Wy l'Xt on the light house
'As2s. Ewnj . Qclcklf. PcrBiaeatri Rittorif . St!
Sn r Tw IjtmM VtOaittT. erMi lnraMi ruitM
Ml w ft Willi.
tor?. aUBd All
' f 1 W IS. llttH It iMlMfMi M MMill ll IMA.
Kor Sale bv Knim. irw n iV ami Itanlv & Sear.
course nas announce nmis.. . inir fnm Mn ni.-kii. .i.
as offensively obtvuiv nor:
wildly uthuaiahtic for the' Gainesville Water Supply.
traveling in a wagon and
hi imed to live ii: the Osage eoun
Dj jtrv and gave their names asi
Table board a specialty.
thirst house south of United
States court house.
MRS. R. P. KEILEY Prop.
4 PYRAMID OF FACTS
". is a self evident
: ''h. This is just why
w tf ! you facts about our
In'1 'n0H8- In all profes-
t iii' ines of businuea ttiera
"m - ! ? that is beat and we
irive tly to make our buai-
"e88 I t of its kind in Ard-ote-
e not hesitate to ask
you for itronage forwe know
wecang u (tie very best service
Woehao 'v. a always have induce-
ments for a in eorae lines viz.
Tablets no paper soap perfumes
ToUet ar?;ies; '
We are now .janufacturlnn a full
ifof patent ndicines called the
VJUICK RELIEF or Standard rem-
bottf "nese guarantee each
This is the seaspr. for colic cholerr
morbus and bowe troubles. Our
ynick Relief the standard bowel
remedy relieves then.
Our Quick Relief the' standard
"iment has no supt
"Oegn t e'lVf na cmort . iinrainn aa
1 l ?"yWe will return yoir money as
foss & Bonner.
tm 8TSEET ; AKDXOEE I I.
brought here ty tho Messrs Tuck-
ers and turned over to Marshal
Mebeniore had a preliminary trial
before Commissioner Williams and
remanded to jail at liyan. It in
thought by Dojuity MfU'taore md
others that tho two prisoners are
tlu- Christians but nothing is cer-
tain as to their identity. Duncan
Marshals Will be Paid.
j Marshal C. L. Stowe returned
I from Washington Tuesday
moiuine where he had been to
see aliout the money tojmy the
deputies of his district. Mar-
shal Stowe stopped off in the
Valley and informed Marshal
Pierce that the money would le
ready in a few days just as
soon as the papers could be
made out and sent in. This will
be a great relief to the deputies
for they have beeu working lb
months without any pay at all
and the majority of them have
alout exhausted their means.
Pauls Valley News.
Who Is He?
An -Ardmore man has rented
the Billiard building. and will
put in a stock of ' merchandise.
The above is an item of news
but leads the curiosonly inclin-
ed to a desire to know who the
Ardmore man. is. Will the.
Times tell us!
tender Maple and the cxpecta
tion has prevailed that lie would!
content himself with cruising at
the moutlj vf Clrnieke Hay.
IiUt Mleh U not believed to be
hi real intention. The itiner-
ary is said to embrace a continu-
ous journey on the Maple down
the Potomac and thence iaig
the Atlantic coat to Tompkins-
ville the naval supply station
on Long Island Sound when
the party will le transferred tu
the light house ttidrV Mistle
toe for tho reniion that It is not
eiutomary for the tender to go
out of its own district.
After embarking on the Mis
tletoe which has been ordered
to l in readiness for the. use. of
the secretary next Monday or
Tuesday the cruise. ttlo.Ujr the
coast will be continued and it
is said that the secretary will
take advantage of being In the
Immediate ueighWhood to visit
the president at his summer
Those who have sought to
predict the future have sug-
gested various subjects as form-
ing the basis of the unexpected
conference including the letter
inforcemeut of the neutrality
laws between the United States
and Spain wluch lies vrtLm
the pro.yiice c$ the revenue
putter service AH of these
pwitfuoatloatlons have given
aiiiesville like mativ other
Texas towns is having trouble
with its water supply. It is
not however on account of the
quantity but the quality that is
giving the trouble. For some
time the water has Ix-en giving
off a terrible stench. People
quit drinking it then quit cook
ing with it and finally it got so
offensive that it was no longer
used to sprinkle lawns with. A
lot of the water was sent to
State (Jeologist Dumble whoe
analysis pronounced the water
to 1m filled with tosnu and un-
safe for any whatever.
Since tU"n the water company
hit eoutractcd for nn artesian
well while the city which al-
ready is the iMssessor of an
artesian well with an abundance.
of t'MM'llcnt water has contract-
ed for a wind mill ami two
TiOOO-galloii tanks from wliieh to
give the inople free water. With
these cheerfe.l prospects Wfore
them (Uinesville is standing up
spjejvidly under tly v$bl of the
drouth and haul ti nes.
Eufaula 1 T Aug. 8. The
Creek council met yesterday
moruing in extra session at Ok-
mulgee in accordance with
recommendations of the inter
national council held at Eufuula
July'JG. At present it is im-
IossibIe to catch the drift of
sentiment. Some neeni to think
that the recommendation of the
international council wiU 1.
followed in all particular iave
treating with the Dawes com-
mission TtH idea of imploring
the state legislatures to jetition
their congressmen to eulist on
the Indian side against allot-
ment and settlement is growing
i tin ..uu iti:Aiymji
OF FEMALE DISEASES.
To assist modest omcn who v. ill not submit to harnniating
examinations in trca:uig thcmsclvr: it home a book haa beta
r.reta:cd which dr.-rf-r.bcs the svmi.ioina
of all female diseases and explains their JL
pr0i.cr treatment fv4
uiKT.iu.xiK j .paf rmni: will
Duil.-d to any Uly ta rrreiaot fire cent
Kef. U. L. MrEU:CSL lmtTrB&.
X C; Sold by all Dealers In Medicine.
rot or TRCtrrEsri
0 B.m. McEItm
Oaa Packaaa lhta4
t WlafCaH.1. . . fl 00 l I &
Tatal Caat. ... tM j-SVJfaa. t . WVV V
There wn a boy mho took
A Bag of Rabbits
When be returned hi mother aked
bim why be bad not aold them.'
No one atked me what 1 had
IN THE BAG!
it the matter with
Your Business I
People don't know what yoa bave
in Ue Bait.
Let Me tell Ihem for You
My way is a 6000 WAY.
SELECT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
OAK CLIFF TEX.
Bt adrantajtei In LITERARY
MUSIC. ART and ELOCUTION
FIVE UNIVERSITY MRADUVTE3
In literary department. CONSERVA-
TORIES of CINCINNATI BOSTON
and BERLIN represented In Moic
Department. Art taoRht by a laoy
from the STUDIOS ot NEW' YORK
and PARIS. Elocution and Pbratcal
Culture by a pupil of the EMERSON
HCHOOL OF ORATORY. Only
thirty dudUb admitted la the board
In ir home. For catalogue firing foil
A. 8. LAIRD. A.M.. President
Or JAMIE THOMPSON LAIRD.
Wrtk m4 Eacaralaaa.
Every tody kLuuM note that the
dates for the week end excursions
have been ehanj-d. and that upon
Au?ut Mil and 22nd. inntead of
August l.'ith and SeptemWr 13th
the J. C. & S. F. iUUway wUl
ell rnund tiip tirketa to (lalventon
Texaj and also Ilouaton. Texan.
For further particulars aee hand
hills or rail upon or addreM the
undersigned. I. II. Mason
Saavavtr Caaraae Rat a.
Tbe U. C. & 8. F. Rt.. Mill place
on aale June lat round trip ticket ai
ummer excursion ratee to Lempaaae
Tex. at 111.50 to OalTeston Tex.
at 117. 6A to u Anfrelo Tex. at
I1H.40 and to Davla I. T. ai 1.10.
Tbe limit of tbeee UckeU wlil be
30 days from date of sale. For father
Information call upon or address tbe
undersigned. I. R. Masox
Te tae Cete-fteMa ef the Waatt
Via tbe Burlington Route.
A fast through Teetlbuled train
daily to Den rer making direct con-
nections for Cripple Creek. Col; also
fast daily trains to tbe gold fields of
Monta.ua and Black HtUs. 200 miles
shortest line from Missouri Rirer;
aak your agent for Information about
tbe Burlington Route
L. W. Wax ir lit.
8U Louis. Mo.
la taa raH4 Stalaa Cnart la tfea ladlaa
T.miory. iiara txurW.
Maary Willi. lu. fuiuif.
Jim M. Aaktaa. Daaadaat.
Taa rf.f.ad.ai. ;ui at. Aaklaa. la
ara4 to trtM la -him aoart la uilrtr
d . aaxl ntwtt. f mantatat ml tae tiaia-
11 ff. Tlaarr W una Aaklaa.
WIimm taa Hoaoraet Oeeaiaartae B.
Kile fa.tr o alJ rwrt. aa4 taa aaat
IBaraof. tki. IHfe dar o Jmlr. (at
IHU.I imrm W. Nium Ctark.
Mttoi Craea e Craaa. aOaraaya aae
Ca4 aaaaatt. attaraaw foe aia rnlS.at.
Ecbfcr.be fort&t AgxKoairrg.
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Wilson, F. E. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 246, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 9, 1896, newspaper, August 9, 1896; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc617475/m1/1/: accessed March 4, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.