The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 246, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 9, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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Christian Church Frontier trrt. 8er-
Tloe every Lord's day at 11:00 a. m. and 8:18
p. m. Sunday School t:W a. m. Prayer
meeting every Wednesdsy 8:18 p.m. Choir
practice every Friday evening at 8:18 p. m.
Ladies' Aid Society every Tuesday after-
noon at the church at 8 p.m. Mite and So-
cial meeting- every Tuesday night at place
announced each Lord's day. Officers meet-
ing Brut Lord's day in each month. All are
cordially invited to all services.
Goo H. Webb Sup't Sunday School.
IA. O Riall. Pastor.
"Firs' r-artlst Church Broadway street.
Serviced every Sunday at 11:00 a. m. ami 8:30
p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening's
at 8 o'clock. Sunday School at 8:30 a. m.
Choir practice Friday evening's at 8 o'clock.
Dr. Young Pastor.
M. K. Church South Corner Broadway and
Church street. Preaching every Sabbaih
morning at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:00. Son-
day School every Sabbath at 10 a. m. Ep-
worth League 8 p. m.
A. T. Galloway Pastor.
Cumberland Presbyterian Church Corner
Church and Cumberland streets. Services
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday. Choir practice
Saturday evening. Sabbath School at 9:30
a. m. Everybody cordially invited to wor-
ship with us. J. F. Williams. Snp't.
J. E. Awbrey Pastor.
Tabernacle Services Regular services at
the Tabernacle southeast Ardmore every
Sunday at 11 and 8 p. m. Rev. J. H. Godfrey
first Sunday; Rev. J. L. Wood second Sun-
day; Rev. J. R. Masters third Sunday;
Rev. F. M. Lawrence fourth Sunday. Sab-
bath school 10 a. m.: Epworth League 4 p.
m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
A cordial invitation to all. Come and wor
hip with us.
J. H. Godfrey Pastor
f Rev. J. R. Masters bun. lay school supt.
FIB8T PRE8BYTERIAN CHCRCH.
Springer and Frensly Streets
Sabbath--ll a. m. mornlug worship
8 p. m. evening worship.
8:45 a. m. Sunday School.
Wednesday 8 p. m. prayer meeting.
8 p. m.. Session meeting.
We extend a cordial invitation to all to
worship with us. If a arranger we desire
your acquaintance. In the name of the Mas-
ter we welcome you.
Rev. C. C. McGinley pastor.
Christian Science Service 11 o'clock
every Sunday morning childrens Sunday
school 10:30 at Johnson. Cruco & Cruce
building up stairs. Friday evening meet-
ings 7:30 Johnson. Cruce & Cruce offices
up stairs. Every one cordially invited to
worship with us.
Ardmore Lodge No. 31 A. F. A. M. Re-
gular meeting. Saturday on or before every
full moon at 8 p. m. In Masonic Temple
corner Main and Springer streets. Visiting
brethren are extended a cordial welcome.
D- D. Flow W. M.
D. T. Nlsbett Secretary.
Ardmore Chapter No. 11 R. A. M. Regular
meetings on second and fourth Thursday's
in each month at 8 p. m. In Maaonic Temple
corner Main and Springer streets Visiting
brethren are extended a cordial welcome.
G. H. Bruce H. P.
I. R. Mason Secretary.
Mvrtle Lodge No. 7 K. of P. Meets every
Thursday at 8:15 p. m. in Odd Fellows Hall.
Springer street. All visiting brethren are
..Toe. M. London C. C
John W. Buenting K. of E. and S.
Ardmore Lodge No. 9. I. O. O. F. Meets
every Monday at 8 p. m. in their bail on
Springer street. Visiting brethren always
W. T. Gardner N. G.
I. R. Mason. Secretary.
Woodmen of the World. Regular meet-
ings on the second and fourth Fridays in
each month at 8 p. m. in Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting brethren invited
('. B. Kendrick C. C.
T. C. Bridtrman. Clerk.
Knights of the Maccabees Ardmore Tent
No. 2. Meets on Brst and third Mondays in
each month at Judtfe Hobby's otltce on Main
street. Visiting members cordially invited
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JM1M1U nUUUj V. V r 111.
H. L. Landes. R. K
Thefollowingpricesare paid in Ard
more for the farm products named: j
Butter 10 to 15c per lb. !
Chickens 81.00 to $1.50 per doz.
Eggs 5 to 6c per doz.
Sweet potatoes none.
Irish potatoes 60c per bu.
Apples $4.50 to So per bbl.
Cabbage 2c to 3c per lb. j
Onions SI per bu.
Corn 25c per bu.
Hay $4.50 to $5.50 per ton.
Oats 121-2 to 15c per bu.
Wheat Litte offering; rulingpriee j
60c per bushel according to quality j
In the United States Court in the Indian
Territory Soutern District
Dollie Pierce Plaintiff
John Pierce. Defendant.'
The defendant John Pierce la warned to:. ti) v...n..i.. i-
appear tn this court in thirty days and ' "'! -"eilHH I 1.
answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Dollie ' I Ii t ll a a Hilar" 1. l"'-7
Witness the Honorable Constantlne B.iTn. ..... ....
Kilgore Judsre of said court and the sea
thereof this I7tn day oi July ikw. i
Ibbal Joseph W. Phillips Clerk. I
tLdbetter Bledsoe attorney for plain- ! j .;lvt .... wjth thU or y uf
ttobert E. Lee attorney for non resident. I Kitliiater. or srnd direct to tin-
july 1TI pulilUlicr.
Dissolution Notice. j
The partnership heretofore exist - j
ing between W. S. King; andJ.j
C. Patterson under the firm name!
of W. S. King & Co. is this dayj
dissolved by mutual consent. W. ;
S. King retires selling his inter- j
est to T. N. Patterson. The newj
firm will in the future be Patter- I
son Bros. who assume all liabili-j
ties and collect all accounts of the
W. S. Kixii j
.1. ( P.VTTKKSOX ;
T. X. Patterson j
Ardmore I. T. July 2!. ls. ;
In the United States Court in the Indian
Territory Southern District.
Mary H. Farrell plaintiff
Kdward Farrell. defendant.
The defendant. Edward Farrell is warned
to appear in thin court in thirty days and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff.
Mary U. Farrell.
Witness ine rtouoranie v.iiudi.uuuc n.
KilKore JudKe of said court anu ineseai
thereor tnisaatn oay ouuiy itoo.
i.K.i.1 Josrph W. Phii.i-ips. Clerk
Potterf & Bowman attorneys for defeml-
ant. Robert H. West attorney for non-resident.
Why sntTer with Coughs Colds and
LaGrippe when Laxative Bromo
Quinine will cure you in one day.
Does not produce the ringing in the
head lik sulphate of quinine. Put up
in tablets convenient for taking.
Guaranteed to cure or money refund-
ed. Priee 25 cents. For sale by
4-6 3m d&w Coleman & Lynn.
AiiDiiontnt lor Hank mortpntrc
LICENSED TO WED.
Who They are. How Old They are and
Where They Live. For Week End-
ing Saturday August 8.
Moses P. Lillard 36 Amanda;
Thompson 21 Stonewall. j
Van Logsdon 19 Florence Tarver'
15 Provence. i
John R. Cast 22 Edith Bonden 19 j
V. O. Roberts 26 Calvin: L. E.
Swift 16 Elk. ;
D. (. Curb 24 Etta Woolrige 1 j
P. S. Straban 18 Earl; V. J. Clay
Joe Maddox 23 Alhambra; Ina B. :
Hale 16. Mill Creek. !
I. IT. Bohannon 21 Jennie McDan-!
iels 18 Lone Grove.
S. T. Powers 20 Oakland; Cena
George 17 Owl. i
R. G. Cates 22 Jessie Bankston 19 j
J. R. Breashears 22 Franks; Parlie i
Kirk 18 Pontotoc. ;
Joll Sutherland 21 Woodvillo; 11.;
C. Smith 18 Colbert.
S. J. Redman 31 Ft. Worth Tex.; '
Ida Douglas 23. Sherman Texas.
W. E. Conway 26 Ardmore; L. L.duI and that buf. few Qf QUr DUSineSS men are
Everett 1" Nebo. '
johnBarnetteo xancy sesKum so; making more than expenses. It will not long
John o. Gwinn 23 Lizzie Lmie is. I be the case. Crop prospects were never better
Parva Stephens 48 Sadie p.iner 47 j and with a reasonable market and full juris-
H. F. Allen 19 Springer; Susie E
Rhodes 16 Alhambra.
L. Wilkerson 21 Eula Benton 19!
J. R. Williams 26 Mattie Campton
wool ;it tlio Aedmorkitf. fii't'l
for sul)scritioii to il.iily r!
more Steam Laiunlry. Staly
employment. Ausr -Mf i
to st. paul and Minneapolis j
VIA BURLINGTON ROUTE. 1
Two splendid through trains each
day from Missouri River points to'
the north via the old established
BURLINGTON ROUTE and Sioux
City Line. DAY TRAIN has hand
some observation vestibtiled sleepers ;
free chairears ami diningcars i north j
of Council Bluffs). NIGHT TRAIN
has handsome sleepers to Omaha
Council Bluffs and Sioux City anil J
parlor cars Sioux t'itV north.
Consult Ticket Agent.
L. W. Wakki.ky
lien. Passenger Ag't.
St. Louis Mo.
j 3 A I3 !
THE KANSAS CITY
Daily and Sunday
PAMi'Aiiix iiATK iiy mail
J ' 4 n ' 1 1 1 J I ll'iv I IM Ml ll 1 1 ' I I 111" pi"
ver Daily in the Mioiiri Vallev.
Sample fopni sent oil applicat iu.
Nothing i:ys betti-r than
a good advertisciiK-nt in
a good papt-r.
Has a daily circulation of
Vxl and reaching niiif-
tcnths of the homes in
Ardmoi-c. An ad placed
in the Akdmukkitk will
convince you that it pays.
ARDMORE & OAKLAND
DAILY STAGE AND MAIL LINE
'iWilson McMillan &-Raysville.
Lv. Ardi.'iorc von a. in.
Ar. Arilmuro 4:io p. m.
W. A. JOHNSON )
W. S. BAY
H2I1L GRAND AVENUE
The only first Has
2.00 a day li'ii-'
in town ....
A. L. MOORK.I'ru.
in I'oniKft ion.
- INI TKII.
There is no doubt
'diction goods times await all of us.
In Peace Prepare
This is what the Ardmoreite is doing.
The atest addition IS Steam (Not Gas) of OUr
own manufacture. Both our News and Job
Presses are now propelled by a brand new
. . .
engine thus better than ever equipping us for
ur Job Department
Is uptodate andwe
.icustomers the largest
jof stationery ever brought to Ardmore whilej
'tae K r r rs i r r turn ni i- o i i nmrtrf i - t4-1- n r !
I iiiu vui i vc iui ii uui : o ouj&i iui iu ca 1 1 jr iinii j
to be had in the Territory. !
To the Business
Do like the Ardmoreite. Show your en-'
terprise and confidence in
booming business. The Daily and Weekly'
i mm nrP I TF Is TIP fin V
" m m w -w m w w - j m
pie of town or country what paper they pay for
to read. They will tell you every time. The
patronize with your advertising.
Give Us a
And see our Steam
same old stand
Steam Joi) Printing House.
old papers;. ...
for sale. at this office
.... 25c Per lOO
but that business is
keepon hand readyfor
and best selected stock!
Men a Word.
your town by!M T U
mPflltim. fiW thP MOO-
m m w w m fr
the kind of a paper to
Presses. We are at
in the Odd bellows
POUT GET LEFT
THE KATY FLYER
A HEW FAST TRAIN
THE NORTH AND EAST
ALSO TO TEXAS AND
Tahe a Vacation.
It Will 13o you Good;
to Cume to
iNote the Rates Made!
i by the
SANTA FE ROUTE
For tbt Populist Mate Convention.
Tickets on sale August Ith and for
trains arriving at Galvrton morn-
ing cf August "th limited to return
For this occasion the rate from
inv tininf n n t hi S.inTa l" in Tpvki
and Indian Territory will !e one
fare nut not to exctttl Si. no tor the
Galveston was never hotter pre-J
pared to entertain visitors than she i
is th's Summer. The Beach Hotel
bas been reot.ened umle.- new man-j
agement anil is the nn-st in Texas i
"Olvnipla bv the Sea' i- the Coney j
Inland of Texas. Here you can eat
sWp drink or bathe; "Miool the?
Chute" go to tbe Theater or to the "
ball: all in one enclosure to uh.ch
I no charge is made lor admittance.
Yon Himtitv unv f r u hit von nl.T
I order what you want and g';t it in
the vitv best stvlo.
! Texans know thit the Santa Fe in)
1 f h j iornrr in low rate excursion
! and that lti ecuipr.irnt and rvice;
re uneuaicu oy any line in i nil. i
i A word to the wm--Travel via the
Santa Fe. V. S. Kkkmn
(ienl. I'a'r Apt.
FAST THROUGH TRAINS
s St. Lrcis and Earsos City
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
THE BEST LINE
Vestlbuled Trains with Sleepers Cbai'
Cars (:::) and Dnlng cars.
Kanscs Ciry to Eastern Cities
L. W. Wakcley. C. P. A.
I ST. LOUIS MO.
i Howard Elliott Cen. Mfjr..
ST. JOSEPH. MO.
i - J. Briclier T. P. A..
VANSAS CITV. MO.
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'Texas and New York.
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rail o-.r a.l.lr-r. j-ur ararv.1 Ui art ac.au
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Ardmore - and - Tlston!
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turniut nrrim 6 - ni.
Did too know that th ADMf'
la headquarters tor Bn Job Vrtnli
The beat of stock and unsaTM
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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/m1/4/: accessed March 4, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.