The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 140, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 9, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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ARDMORE. CHICKASAW NATION THURSDAY MAY 9 1895.
t i : ii ii ill 11 I i i i
Vdge edmond hobby
das Maler In Chancery for the
. "e Pauls Valley Puree!!
J Chick oha Courts.
peace bond under which he had been
placed by Judge Irvin O. Curtice ;
the recently appointed commissioner1
at that place'.
Ill: VV12ARS WELL
Lost. A pine box
padlock rope handles
turn to W. Vernor at V
in enJs re-
. S. Jail. S-2
Judge C. U. RlUore Winning Fresh Lau-
rels With Whkh It. I urter tls-
lobby late of Houston
g become a resident of
and as such is now by
nt from Judge Kilgore !
chancery embracing in his j
1 the courts at Ardmore j
Purcell and Chickasha. j
4y was at one time one of i
le judges of Texas and is
uthor of a standard law
jid nractice in the Lone aml loR
The Cream Bakery continues to
dispense health giving and thirst
quenching summer drinks. Same
old stand. 8-tf
l old time friend of Judge
e was induced to sever his
aid a lucrative practice at
d become a valuable as-
: the court as master in
This Is not Mattery. j
Of all credit henceforth given by j
press utterances to individuals for
heroic and effective work on the
night of the tire there has been one
so far overlooked. It is George II.
Hutchins the popular manager of
the Wisnor hotel. On that eventful
to be remembered night
it was by his almost superhuman cf-
1 forts that the Wisn-ir is today stand-
j ing as the ti.iest hon 1 in the terri-
! tory. His action in the absence of
i any of the owners of the property at
S stake was commendable to say the
j least and proves him a man equally
proud to have secured j careful with the trusts bestowed
jby as a citizen and official
as known his appointment
lirani cigars at
The dignified manner in which
Judge Kilgore is dispatching ehe bus-
iness of his court is winning for that
gentleman additional distinguished j
honors both in the ranks of attor-1
neys and litigants. The longer he
wears the better the wisdom of his.
appointment is brought to light!
showing that President Cleveland j
thoroughly understood the ability of;
the man lie was appointing to cun-1
duct the atlairs of the southern judi-1
cial district. j
I lis rulings are marked by fairness ;
justice and law and his chararacter- :
islie. firmness renders him eminently (
qualilied for the discharge of his j
arduous and deeply complicated du- i
The Al:lMoi:KITK was favorable to:
the appointment of a resilient of the'
1$ Ready for Business
J At L. N. UleimH Furniture Store with the fine! Slioew.
Have Just Received
: An iuvoi.-e of fine iSlioes auJ Oxford.
We Will Continue
T jjive the l-st ainl nvt comfortable fitting ISlioew to lie
found in the city.
Bottoms L Hamilton
anient Plaster only plaster
World's rair buildings
f Lumber Co. 8-4 1
The Dunnaway Case.
arties from Davis it is
hat in the case of John
f charged with cattle theft
f which was made in yes-
UiDMOREiTE the defendant
ji the sum of S-100 which
y made. The examining
9 before Commissioner
1 at Pauls Valley. Dunna-
nds have confidence in his
; and assert that he will
itticulty in vindicating him-
lurnitt of Honey Grove
f of the best sign writers
oulu ia in the city llead-
nt .London & Banks' Book
?e him if yon neeil sign
inferences: F. G. Barry Dr.
Indian Territory to I he judgship hut
as t he idi-a ot Imme rule tailed us
e aei i -pled the situation and feel
proud that as the matter went;
Ardmore and the southern judicial-
diisioii gained so distinguished a;
; citizen and. able jurist as Judge Kit-;
gore is shoeing himself to be. '
. B. Johnson's market for
if meats and the finest veg-
Frce delivery to all parts of
Send One Away.
iave not done so leave the
f a friend at this ollice to-
th five cents and send him
copy of yesterday's Ann-
It will beat writing two
It will be mailed at our ex-
tipon him as though he were guard
ing his own private interests. It is
for these traits both as custodian of
the property of others and his high
regard for the comforts of those
around him that have made him pop-
; ular alike with landlord and the
: traveling public. The A rdmokkitk
j does not wish to be considered as
! using flattery when it says that in
I the person of Mr. Hutchins our city
has a representative citizen of whom
it is a pleasure to speak in terms of
the highest possible commendation j P1" 'J'"..
Dr. i.lvert oil i;.u
line sign on his plate
lUirnill of Ardmore.
Get vour builders hardware from i
Bivens& Williams. tf ! l--"-ge crowds of chddren and par-
- - - i ems atti-ne.l the ieuic on Hickory
Appointed Jailer. I . n. ... .
today. T hat they are having an en-
w . C. Jicrvfivey nas oeen appoint- jyahle
ed jailer by Marshal Stowe. 1'1S ( diction
appointment is a most lining one
and rellects the greatest possible
credit tme Captain Siowe's judgment.
Ed as he is familiarly known is
among Ardniore's most progressive
and highly respected business young
men and the Akomokf.U'K certainly
commends his merited recognition
in the manner above stated.
Acme Cement Plaster.
Lumber Co. sole agent.
imitate. W. O.
of stles and
an order for a
glass front to
time goes without contra-
Wht ii you want a good shave or
hair cut go to Davis iV Sharp Main
George I'raslx r says the Cream
Bakery is not very large at present
but thai it does I lie business junt I he
And my old customers
come and see me.
I am eainiH-il at .1. H. Kclley
New (JltM-eiy Store corner of
Mill ami Main Street. Ch.-is.
Iblrie I !ing selling ....
They pre fine of the Im-I
quality ami bran spanking
N EWGOOD S.
Collie ami se elll. They
laif cheap for (.'ASM
ami ilelivereil l"KKK to
i anv pari of the city. . . .
Thos. J. Cornelius
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT
Office in First National Bank.
ARDMORE - IND.TER.
Satisfaction . .
ttepairim and Refitting Oh! anl Erecting New Machinery.
Pipe Work and IljmtIrisr. - Ardmore I. T
ices on your
w Lumher Co.
i your thirst and improve
Itli lv drinking coca cola at
Don't forget that Davis & sharp
the Mui.L street liwrler eitu vr
you a nice clean shave or a good
Do you want a rcliahle experienced
man to take charge of your painting
anil paper hanging and puh it to a
successful completion. See Lnrnitt
of Ardmore. tf
Kdgar Haily the fourteen-year-old
hoy who ahout a year since killed
another hoy of eiii:'.l age near Wil-
son was convicted Tuesday at Paris
of manslaughter. Sentence has not
yet been passed.
m Frame manager at Davis of!
the Frame Crccii .V Co. drug Iium-
ness. came down from that place I
y sterday afternoon to view the
ins and draw conclusions at to th" i same hy applying to t.
future greatness .f wonderful Ard- !ark uml I'a.vinK lr
The Akimoiii:itk joh oftlcp is kept
In The Park.
a small leather valise with
stra'. Owner can have
P. Schnuh nt
We ar the
people we make
;ind give us a look.
Hon. C. . Kemhiek returned from
Dallas last niht he he had heen on
hiisine-.-- a announced in yester-
day's A i:UMoi;i;l i c.
feed at L
V Good Appointment
-v Thomas of the
i Nelms of this city has
ointed master in chancery
ick Island courts with head- j
it llyan. The appointment '
one which cannot fail to
(faction to the people and
It door and window screens
ens & Williams. tf
Baker was brought over
j from Tishomingo and
:d to jail in default of a S")i0 j
;roccrics go lo Wolver-
I'on.panv Main West
l'.uv a nice lawn
tv nt v-livc ceius
and fan for
At a mceti ig of t he directors of the
Denison and Northwestern railroal
held at Daugherty I . T. csterday
the contract for constructing the
same was awardul to McTighe ( 'o.
Hivens ic Williams are loeateti juM
back of their ild stancl with a full
line of new hardware stoves .See.
! in latex
The firm of Mi Ki
lecting ngents h:ix
Mr. Mill retiring fr
ee Stewart s.
st v les and -uts
at Huston's vtf
Ivey ei Hill col-
mi the business.
in sies t
suit the niost fastidious
tit from an infant to a
I Trilhv at Dut.in's. s-tf
All kinds of fcedatl.ee Stewarts
on Caddo Street opposite Harper's
Livery stable. s-lw
Have nitir new building- plastered
with Acme l enient as cheap as com-
mon plaster. Chickasaw Lumber
running day uml night in order to
keep up with the rush of busine
but don't let that fact keep you from
bringing us your printing. If our
present force cannot do the work it
will be increased to meet the de-
mand. Cet ill the push and trade at Hus-
ton's I'.ig Cash Store. -tf
J. II. Jordan
'Can now Im found at Chas. Dune's
corner. Main ami Mill streets pre
iiurcdwith a m w outfit to do all
kinds of ladies and gents shoemak-
ing ami repairing iiive hin a call.
Weeks l!ros. are preparing to open
up a tinner and cornice business in
the lirst building south of the AKI-
; i; K I TK ollice.
Tis sweet to love but oh! how bit
ter to court a Kirl whose shoes
don't tit her -Miral: - lsuv your
shoes from W. O. Dustoii. b-tf
Brval. Hr. Cake. CoBfr1ia.
an-l rTrrrihlnc to t fual 14 a
Orlrlaia bakprjr. Krr Irllrery
lo all part of tb rli j.
Dr. C. A. SCAIFE
tSuccensor to J. T. Pitman.)
Dry Goods Groceries Boots Shoes Hats Caps Clothing and
Gents' FiirnlHhciii; GockIh.
is? West Main Stmt.
COLEMAN & LYNN.
Fresh Paints Oils Varnishes Painter'
Supplies Wall Pair Selert Drugs.
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECI
fert)pjit the Postofllet.
New In lllteil oinl retloVHtiil frtin kit-lletl
lo garret. First class in cver' particular.
Anhiion- and Territorj- tnule solicited.
Street rain jm.vs the door.
- - JOHN LAWRENCE. Prop.
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Lot A. straight or rol han.Uo. I. (i. Pure Silk Paragon frames J lultUt;otl w-e wiu sell the Leader Corst.all -i. for onlj 2.
. . ii ii iast black sat. ! ii. for natural handli-s. with gold r .
fd fortiic week liegintung Monday May 6 w.ll . !1 ;ut.- u rilnillir for hv f j i: The Blanche Corset all mm for only .U-..
t are as iisctul in nun ;is in shine. worth 7."e for 4-V. lt II Lyons M les. our gnuic . ....
.. Lot same stxle. '(; ami ''-; iu. h lorl.'J.". KVineinU r thes- prices are p-nl only mnii .ataruay evening.
iMtucv-ht from 13. M. Sluiyiu' & i1'- Nw Vuk :i In 5" - !.''. t(r t 1. lsin S(l.-. our $ 2.2't yliy
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' -vr the o-ols were shlpjied. tMir I.Uer ai;ns m.iici
I" I 1.1 leL r idol ii ..lilv ('.". l.t .1. I.VOIIS Stc. our !.J."rf
-t then u his own' price am. the haains .- r jit gt. our .ra.hJ
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(this Week. . . . . . -o .... i... .. i
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tiaim-s. .-si .'J"i aiel rl.-'Ht onnles l.t L. Lyons Silo. our $'!.
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Butchers of High Prices.
Ardmore. Ind. Ter.
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Wilson, F. E. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 140, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 9, 1895, newspaper, May 9, 1895; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc617684/m1/1/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.