Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 149, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 24, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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every evening except
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F. K. Wilsox Editor.
E. Sv W. Parker Ba. Mgr.
Entered af Or ttonie at ArdmoK(uMe-
ol elM mall matter Norenrixr 189S.
Ardmore l.T Tues. AFKiL 24
Look out for
thieve utkl tb 'gs
Coxky nud Broffnic are tiding to
Wash Dgton in a canal boat and
Frye Ivelley and the rest of the
Commoneilers are working up
along the ton path.
this light headed ambitious or-
phan reboot git 1 had to deal.
A little Known andatriklnjrinataJtes
f foreatght andininstry exhibited by
a bird U that of the CUiforo la wood-
pecker. Like othera of its kind thi
bird ia an Insect eater. Yet. in reW
f the approach of winter. It prepares
a atore of food of a wholly different
haraoter and arranges thia with as
aauoh care as aa epicure might dorote
to the atorjg-e of hi wine in a oellar.
In the an r.aier the woodpecker lirea
n anta. For the winter he stores ap
seorns. To hold each aeorn it hollo a
a small hole in a tree into which the
etorn la esactl fltte J and ia ready to
be aplit b the atrong- bsak of the
climbing woodpecker though too
tightly held to be stolen by squirrel
or ether bird.
. OF THE PERIOD
Howe C usIiinfj;'s
A rranctt wlndlr.
The marquis de Rara a remarkable
French eharactur who has jnsl died
ia said to be the man who suggested
to Alphonso D.iudet his amusing
"Port-Tarancon. The marquis con-
ceived the idea of forming a colony at
Fort Krrton.in Oceanic:. With the aid
of fallacious circulars he aucceeded in J
obtaining; funda for the realization of
ha fantastie enterprise. Unfortu-
nately be put most of them Into his
own pocket and spent the remainder
AJf international agreement fori in sending' to tha imaginary colony a
ftim-jtallisim ii about as probable ; namber of hi Ti m- who dIed thsr
of starvation. Prosecuted for a win-
fls an international agreement tor Mug. he was seataaceJ to fire years'
disarmament.. Perhaps there will j imprisonment.
ARD.10RE WED. APRIL 25.
160 World' Best ircus Celebrities.
he several bloody
either is reached.
ExPKniTISO the railroad time
to the East will not expedite the
time it takes f r a Federal ap-
rtall.' Klht of Way.
Oifc of the ple.tsantest features of
New York's upt wn residence avenues
is the larire number of rosy cheeked
babies who are trundled up and down
the si Jew a ks when the sua shines
brightly. After however one has
pointment to pel t the B I T from ; been forced into the gutter half a
dozen times In as ma:iv mocks d
Washington. What we want is
something that w ill bring this go
out thin w:y.
nurse girls vbo persist in pushing
baby carriages two or three abreast
be is apt to wish the babies were less
numerous or their nurses more mind-
ful of the rights of pedestrians.
Advertise in ihe Ardmoreite.
LITERATURE UP TO DATS.
Governor JacksoX cays his
action in i rd' ring the Inwa raili-
fii to Conncil B'uffs baa been
misunderstood. The Governor is
always misunderstood. lie Would ; The Retail ruse or vin stru u Fifty
not be Governor if the pet-pie at inr.
..... A. . - .. . . ! He trimmed bis finger nnils. On the
the last election had not failed tojMal n frQnt of him sat a lantorn.
C-iiCh ilia meafl'i'g. j jawed passenger trying t- read a
' . j newspaper by the dim lifrht of the
TllH report that the United ' inoky archaic car lamp overhead
' nd t'le pulseless atmosphere was
States Deputy marshals have ; Tie0ronsy conscious of reminiscence
again exterminated the Paltoll of orange-peel and Connecticut tobao-
unr thntild lw taUim aa warm ! - Ana ne s wt0 ms "ueM ffna
Innumerable New Features
For particulars sec various adver-
tising uictliunig. Two wrand exhibi-
I ion daily. Doors open at l aud 7
p. 111. ' .
Mjrll : r'.I So. 7. K. of P. moots evrry
Tliursday niilit at 7:30. Hull opioi . eoort
hoimo. i.'otirt atrt'ct. Visiting KullitB cor-
W. E. McKklvkt C. C
J. T. IIowrtu. K. K. A S.
Arlmnr l-Oilpre So. 31 A. K. and A. M.
mevts in tlioir hnll on South CaiMq steort. tin
first SiitDi-il.iy niebtin each mouth ou or bo-
fore tho full ranon.
I. I. Ki.ow. Wornhipfal Master.
A. B. Sn.LiMAX. Soortary.
Ardmore Chapter So. II Rornl .Arch Ma-
piiiib. meet in their bull over Whittinton'a
store the fourth Thursday night in ench month.
ti. II. Itiii-cit. Hi'h 1'riebt.
A. B. SlLt.tsAV iSucretary.
weather einal by tho e South-
western eXpros messengers charg-
ed with ninintainingour g dd re
serve. Bill Dalton'a repntation as
a gold monometalliet is second to
none in Wall street.d has almost
oqnal success in defeating the ends
the back of the teit in front and trim
med his finger nails.
He trimmed his finger nails. The
raindrops made slanting lines of
moisture on the windows. Across the
aisle a s eeping woman long past the
meridian of life snored dismally. He
looked at the brakeman moving with
S'ow perfunctory step through the
ear and yawned. He yawned and
continued to trim his finger nai s.
He trimmed his- finger nails. All
& ; . 11 . .
a ... 1 imat mm were leiiow-oeinirs. ins
RKCKiNsiDoit anounces nis m- j orblt9of whose existellco wero OP tho
fen'ion to run f r re-election tt'time mysteriously co-incident with
Congress from Kentu-kv. Ve1hHowQ- Should he ever moet them
. ... . .' again? Ah me! And he trimmed his
Biove :hat mist Pollard challenge flner naU. and fro ht. tremb.
Aim to a joint diSCIISSloD and that lin? hps there came the murmur:
tli. n tiinai.bli.tri..Hnrth-i "Darn Buch a dull knife!"
W" v wa.ataaai va&aa X- V IVkVVUtl
There would be no in Ore impro-
priety ai.d not half so much dan
Ker in a junk of this sort than there
was in their previoUe j int lecture
tour?. The main issua to be Bi t-
tied in the campaign will beyond
a doubt be Pollardism and rhe
should he on hand at all time to
Ardraorr Camp No. XI Woodmen of the
World uieclti in their forest Mt W'hittinglon
Hall every si.-cond and fourth Aloudiiy ni;lils
in eurh month. Vibitiug toVBri igns invited to
C H. Krsii:ii k consul commaudir.
Goiu;t Head clerk.
i The Only Demccratic
Published in the
DOUULA8 V UOUGtAS
&Office over Williams & Penniuc-
tou's Ardmore I. T.
c. K. trOTJTmaN
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Business Houses a Specialty.
Estimates furnished on application.
BOffice opposite court house Ard-
more L T.
JOHN L. OAI.T
NOTARY PUBUC AND CON-
VEYANCER. t-OIice at Iron Store Ardmore
J. A. MAYS.
FIRE INSURANCE A GENT AND
Office up stairs in Whittington
r. a. BARKY
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
l3S-Oflcc in Williams & Pennington
Building; Ardmore I. T.
II. C. Potterf. Henry Hardy.
Cornelius ITardy Stenographer.
POTTKHF A HAHDY
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
BSF-Office over Hardy Building Ard
more. I. I. Notary hi office. Wili
practice in all Federal and Stall
J. O. THOMPSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
6-OlTice over Joe F. Robinson Ard
more I. T.
K. W. DICK
A T'J ORNEY A T LA V.
5-Office up stuirs in Smith build-
ing corner Main and Court sts.
CORNICE WORKS AND T IN S HO P
HAS JUST RECEIVED A
FULL STOCK OF TINWARE
SHOP OV WEST MAIN GTREET.
Tte COLUMBUS HOUSE
IS STILL IN THE SWIM
When in Ardmore yon will find it to your advantage to stop
where you get "clean beds and . first class accommo-
dations at prices to suit the times.
Court Street - - - Ardmore I. T.
CREAM -: - BAKERY
HERE TO STAY AND TO PLEASE.
Bread Pies Cakes Confections and everything else found in-
a -irst-cla?8 bakery . Fne dtliveiy to all parts of the city
Yours for custom
GEORGE :-: FRASHER :-: Proprietor.
ill I 1 n Ti H 1 III a n i Ti 1 5.
Meat delivered by wagon to any part of the city -
.Id Dallas M : - ' S I Mllll Prop
Tne pr 88 association of Okla-
homa held a meeiine in Oklahoma
City and pass d some vigorous
resolutions denoQ'ncingjkidg Scott
f ir his arbitrary action in centence-
i g Editor McMaster to jail for
six months fir an alleged contempt
of court. The resolutions
adopted have no uncertain ring
oim of which reads au follows:
"That in dem mding tn abject
apologv from Frank McMattera
the a-ert sofdhsr and eminent edi-
tor aol citizen Judge Scott lower-
ed the dignity of the court over
which he presidesv"
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
CiF YOU WISH TOTSUCCEED)
In Business You Should
C. M. Campbell. Robt. II. West.
Formerly of Dallas Tex.
rAMPBRI.1. St WKST
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
AliDMOKE I. T.
aOftice up stairs near the court
JACKSON & KKNDKICK.
ATTORNEYS AT LA W
Oflice up stairs jut across tin-
street in front of court bouse
Ardmore I. T
K. C. LITTELL.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Obstetrics and diseases of women
fcayOflice at Palace Drug store; resi-
dence ou west ilaiu street Ard-
more I. T.
Central Livery Stable
IIa6 the best hordes and buggies sample wagons for com-
mercial m-n hunters' outfits etc. Careful and expe-
rienced drivers acquainted with the country. Best of
attention given to transient horses. Charges reasonable.
J. W. M. HARPER PROP.
W. T. BOGIE.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Oflice at Alexander's Drug
Store Ardmoie I. T.
B. II. AI.VIS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
4-Offiee over City Drug Store Artl
more 1. T.
City Livery Stable.
If you watt the finest turnout to oc had in Ardmore don't for-
get the City Stable. New buggies carriages and fine horses.
Commercial trade especially solicited. Experienced drivers ac-
quainted with the country furnished when desired. Horses
boat tied b day or month.
CATHEY & SMITH props.
YOUR :-: CHANCE
If You Want Jewelry ot Silverware of any Derc iption
T. H PARKER tfisfiBafliDg OTBlbT
Can Supply Your Wants at Figures That Will Surprise You.
Repairing a Specialty Quick Work.
W. T. GARDNER M. D.
tQrOttice at Palace Drug Store
Residence on North Caddo street.
attorneys excoriated Miss Pollard
because she dared to appeal to a
court of justice for redress. Tkty
eon tended that thir client was
anxious to keep the matter out of
court. In the fact of this Conten-
tion ha asks for a asw trial and
gives notice of appeal. He wants
the whole affair bronght before the
public agai . Miss Pollard ex-
presses purpose to retire from
public gaze.- 'lfra defendant ex.
presses dstemnnation t stand
before tn puplic for re election
and to pose hefors the' World as
model of manhood and stattsraan-
ship.E very thing the distinguished
defendant says or does tends to
exhibit m re di-tinctly tha tough
ftefsof the customer with which!
South Caddo Street.
For best turnouts single or double buggies' sorties and hacks. Experienced
drivers. Horses aud mules sold on commission.
The Wherrell cure is next to the oldest in the Uaited States. During
the four year of iU existence thousands have been treated ia the dinerem
Wherrell Institutes tvs Liquor and Morphine and there has not been a sin-
We simply defy anyone to produce a sinple case treated bv the .Wher-
rell system wno bus suffered from depression or whose health baa btseit im-
paired in auy particular. The Wherrell has the best record. Go to the
nearest Wherrell Institute or address
R. L. BOVD Manager - - 2 Ardmore Id. Ter
DR. J. L. THOMAS.
Femcle Complaints a Spccialtv.
fcaf Dav office at city drug More; at
night can le found at isinily resi
dence on Mill street.
Ardmore I. T.
O. S. BAILEY
irlleadquarter8 at Palace Drug
Store where orders should be
lelt. Ardmore L T.
DK. A. E. ADAMS
m nwu lcal anantbeties adminis-
f tercd tor tba paialeM extras
(JJfJJjPtlOD of teetll-
aOtt1ee over Frame's Drug Store
Main Street Ardmore l. i.
CENTRAL - BAEEER - SHOP.
Next door to DaUaa Heat Market
a Mai a Strcat. Expcvieaced
. aorkmea sharp teala ad gen-
. W. L. Thomas Pproprietor.-
D. 1L CANosfr Assistant.
Has and keeps In stock the finest line
ot- custom-made boots and shoes; also
fine line ot slippers; call and see 'em
under Ardmoreite office Ardmore.
Call and Examine Stock at Once
AtL nersens that take Morabine or Opium have eontraeted the disease
of Morpbinrsai They mast be cured. 1 bey uer from a disease wkik
prey opon every fiber and tlssne ot the body. They fiasy thiak they easf
stop bat they carnot; Tbey cannot step of the m selves sad After -repeat -
attemnta thev find it out Science and art comes to rescue them front their
misery in the Wherrell cure.-" Thousands of victims to morpMae want fo b
cured but thev dread the suffering. By taking the Wherrell ctiie fief dot
not suffer in the least. 1 bey are cured without their tsowlsg it cy ti-lr
the WherreU treatment.' Go to the nearest Wherrell i "l!?te-er Jrfrc
R. L. Iv"xL Manager. :
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