Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 130, Ed. 1 Monday, April 2, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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ARDMORE CHICKASAW . SATIOK. MOJTDAt- APHIL . Sfc 1894
To Our Friends and Patrons
From the above yoit will see that our irrtmense stock of Dry Goods Clothing Hats
Boots and Shoes will arrive IN A FEW DAYS and it will pay you well and be to you re and
everybody's interest to Wait for our big spring and summer stock in great varieties of styles.
On account of hard times in the great cities' of the north we have for SPOT C A& H bought
More and Cheaper Goocte fhan ever known in the history of this country and we will sell
them accordingly for SFOT CASH'
MUMZESHEIMER & BAUBE.
THE:-: RED :: STO'iE
Has pat in a choice stork ef .fro-
rrriea. and will mike high grain
ar an ic alty .
A splendid line of Sew Or-'
li-sna laniasax rc pur Ballon
f The Kl Hiorw want tbr ch
Ir.idn. an I will lrat yon ripht.
rr this wuk at tbe K-l .Stor
a bl job in remnant of io
boot a an-1 bala. ICkl lalin' atraw
kaf rhnicn for loe.
Tit la-li of Ardraorp arv ror-
dially iaTite4 to da their hop-
THE:-: BED :: STOKE.
k b i k k k
Tter i S.rjlij it tls Esi Stan
ATTENTION EX UOXFEDEIIATKS
The John 11. Morgan Camp Will
THURSDAY NKi II r APRIL 6 1894.
Delegatea. will be elacted to tbe
grand union at Birmingham Ala. on
April 25 and 5 1891. :
One delegate for cTery twenty j
incnibcrs in food standing.
Other batLneit of import aare will
A full attendance ia urgently re-
)netcd. Important coinmuuication
from headquarters at New 0ran
will be cousidered.
lie oe band at Whittington'a ball at
balf past sereu o'clock sharp. All
risiling ex confederate soldiers with-
in the city are cordially invited to be
W. G. Hydkn Commander.
r. G. Barky Adjutaut.
AOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS.
Any one wanting a setting of eggs
of tbe Black Spasisb breed can get
them by calling at tbe residence of
Mrs.-Joe I. Johnson on West broad-
way or tearing orders at the tadlery
shop of J. L. Joubsoq on Main street.
Prie 18 eggs tur 25 f cents and
guaranteed fresh and sound. 2 tL
. bOMi" PRICES.
Trr Wyse tbis week.
VO lbs. granulated sugar $1
3 lb. cans tomatoes 10 r.
S lb; cans pie peacbef 10 e.
Yellow salmon per can 12 1-2 c.
UOst leaf lard per Ib 10 c.
Good moll asses 86 cents a gallou
Assorted Cal. fruits $1.75 a dz.
frm iir-aat -iertire barjjsiii.
(Message for nunzesheimer & Daube):
SAM DAUB L
laaicst Stales and
JIM Ui'KIN S GHOST.
It Dances Around the Death Cell All
Ofc Friday aftornooli' &V.it Hod-
gCH ha'ntffered four meu from' other
cells to that recently" dtrcujiicd by
Maunon Davis E1 (ionzales and Jim
t?ilti who'wero bauged that inora-
ing. Somu of the men'piiifesl'ed but
as the rbom was needed it was use-
less. They bad to go. They natural
ly thottglif of those-' wUo bad been
lately quartered there aud of their
awful fate. Little sleep came to them.
KestleMlr they tossed' to and fro'
on their couches.
Yesterday morning John Daniels
one of the nitty who was eonined
told Jailor llodges that it was a
night of terror to him. All night
long the stalwart form of Jim Upkins
ran around the cage Kicking at rats.
IIo loo lead as natural a in life but
was not'dPessed in black as he was
when led out to go to the scaffold
but in a suit as white as sucw.
Dauiels was in earnest and wanted
a change. His superstitiou had got
the better of him and he donVfless
thought bis dreams were realv Paris
For Rent A seven room dwelling
large garden ready planted? good
well and in good shape. Apply to
Lum Johnson. 30 ti
CARD OF THANKS.1
I rfesif' to 'thank the' gentlemen
who so faithfully labored in saving
iu property from the flames yester
day. I shall ever have a heart fall of
gratitude to them and hope to be
able to some time return' the favor
though ia a diSerant kiad ot needed
assistance. 1). W. CotSwav.
The building now occupied by
Wells Fargo A Co.' Express wilt be
for rent about April 16th. Apply to
Jv S. O'Mealy. 4 tf
Air atfive agent in each county in
the Uhcd-Sistev to solicit subscrip-
tions for tbe TwIce-ft-Wcek Republic.
A liberal commission will be paid to
bustlers. Address Superintendent Cir.
dilation. Tbe Republic St Louis Mo-
S"nhsrrib t'nr ih Ardmnreite.
PERSONAL AND CURRENT LOCAL ITEMS
Lum Johnson weni to Mill' Creek
yesterday to' eeWe sonic Texas cita
CarvitSs'et Si. 15. Herbert a'ltermlorj.
A variety iu the latesl designs of
lucroyable scarfs to be found at Mrs.
iiJtf'y'o'get' an April fbbi yester
Loaded shell 4.1 cents. Herbert & Ueradon
The boys did noble work yesterday
hf saving tlii effects from the burn-
ing bouse of W. It. Frame.
Fine line cooking stoves. Herbert A Iferndon
A;great many held back yesterday
whsfi the alarm of fire was raised
thinking it was an April fool
A$at wasbpans 50c. Herbert Jk Herndon.'
Mr. Herbert Esqotre' of A rd mo re's
leadiiig ailornoys was itf'ths city th
first of the week. Duncan Banner.
Class oil cans 35c. Herbert A Haradoa.
Miss Henry a most accomplished
and popular' society young- lady 'of
Pais Texas is visiting her sister Mrs.
II. II. Peunington.
Mrs. Rawlings handles the new at
tachment and 'teatberboB dress stays"
lhcouly place in' Arumore where
they can be obtained- 26 If.
. Mrs. - Maxwell who baa been visit-
ing her daughter Mrs. Lina Robin-
son returned to her home in' Grant
county Kansas. -
All the latest novelties in millhitry
at Mrs. Rawlings'. 26 tt
G. M. Yarbrough & Co. buy and
sell everything- in the' second band
line from kitchen to parlor Feb. 3 11
The base ball game announced fcr
yesterday between the Ardmore and
Wilson nines did not materialize the
Wilson boys not showing up. -
The latest styles in millinery' ot
every description at Mrs. Kawlings.'
i 3-2 tf:
Mrs. Dobbins so well and favora-
bly known in Ardmore has removed
to Duncan where from the Banner
we net she has engaged in tha nrHtt-
The court today was engagetfin'tne
forenoon in motions. In ' the after
noon a railroad ' damage' case waa
takeu up and the taking of testimony
was begnn; -
Iffotliing Shop Worn
John O. Watson (he well known
stock iri&h has changed his location
Garden boe 30 cents. Herbert ft Herndon.
Cotton seed meal aud hulls for sale
ai the Oil mills. 27 tt
Miss" Maggie Bruce and' Don' Lacey
went to Gainesville Saturday after
John Dser Flows SS. Herbert A Herndon.
Judge Stuart and Cleric Philips
spent' yesterday in Gainesville with
Glass lamps 35e. Herbert A Herndon.
Mrs. Vat Smith arrived this morn-
ing from Deuison where she has bean
visitiogf or the past-two weeks.
Toilet set SI. 74. Herbert Herndon.
Architect Kane spent Snnday with
his better balf in Gainesville yester-
day. He returned this morning.
Powder 25c pound. Herbert A Herndon.
Leon and Walter Rolf; aous of Alva
Roff who Lave been attending school
in Van Alstyne Texas returned home
VrtXn itr4 need'oT jeHvelry of. any
kiud don't forget that T. II. Parker
carries the largest and best stock in
Mr! and Mrs. L. O. Robertson re-
turned 'from Gainesville this morn
ing; where they have been visiting
for the past1 several days.
Farmers wanting cotton 1 seed ' for'
planting purposes can obtain them by
cailing at once at the Oil mills.
Come before mills are closed down.
Judge J.'T. Flemmlngj of Rockl
Creek is in the city. From him it
is learned that Win 'Flenrming his
son is imprbvltrgalowly. "
For Sate Fifty lots ia sdutheasi
Ardmora. Apply to Luna Johnson.
Ben' WbCeterj oiie of the brightest
newsbof s'on tha road who haa bean'
n a"4 Taxis run for tha pas? three
mdntnsis again in th swim between
FoVt 'VVorth and Purcair.' He Wan s
hfs"ph6togrjtph published in tha Ard-
moreite' a compliment' which ' we
will generously extend for t&e bene-
fit oi the young ladies who' are look-
ing around toe a sweetheart.
! idrcrlise in ths ArJmorite.
FIRST: OR E
Tue J. K; -Worthy; bankrupt ttock of groeertra mdst le Bold.
Will be bold iff a" litttn.-.. " :
The stock consists of all staple ew.ceries. Th fixture will W
old with the stock. ..r v
The purchaser will hare the' frrivileg f the rental oi the ImcST
storeroom; 2380 feet adjoining the First National Bank Apyl to .
GLOBE x HOTEL
A N D
- Restaurant -
The olaca lor first-da i accoaimo-.
dalions for botb tranjitsut and regular
Table supplied with the best the
arket affords clean beds and com-
market affords clean beds and com.
Terras reasonable. Give Us a call.
Opposite Iron StofV.
Tarlor & Hoolx
I II Wmlm
(Capital Stock I50000.):
WliCLZSALE ND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Lumber Sash Doors Blinds
lirhiic Cement Efed.-
Ardmxfe' hid. Ter
The Residence oi W. B. Frame burn-
ed to the Grouud. Los $1566'
Insured For $600.
Yesterday morning about 11
o'clock the alarm ot fir. was heard I
and people briran running iu all dl
rections. It was soou located in the
western part of town and proved to
be the residence of W. B' Frame
proprietor tt lite City Drug Store.
The building beiug a wooden struct-
ure was si oii euvelopcd' in flames
which wcVd entirely beyoud control
br the time help" arrived.' Alf the
work was directed to saving tbe con-
tents which was accomplished
partly. Some cloth iug books
and kitchen furniture we're con-
hsumod the last of which will be
hard to replace. The home was in-
sured for aud the loss is placed
at 1 0u0.
But for the heroic e flirts of tbe
crowd of meu who Uborm! incessant-
ly the fl Vinc would have spread to
tbe hiMis-s ndjoiuiag to tbe. west in
fact the ui) next to Mr. Frame's
canght several titi:e" antT once i
looked ai though it was doomed to
deslrtictiou. Faithful to the last the
deteriuiiif-d workmeu battled like
TroJaiisa:ftY astif dbceri fttimr. the
hundreds of lookers ou the flames
wer sub-lued. The coutcu's of the
nice cottage belonging" to I) W. Con-
way; we're rftinored'to"'th'e stfeet aslt
waathotTibt : at one time it would be
Tito origin of the fire is supposed
to hare b6ea from a: lighted candle
whfcVi' a'mcniber ot the household
had aVh'ort time before carried ' luto
the kitclieu cldet. The family' were
were absant from the h Wise at the
time ot the diacove.-y of the fire hav-
ing just i short while before gous to
churii and were asmuh' surprised
as were ot hers when tbe alarm' of lire
was beard: Mr. FraJu aud' Lis taut
ily have the jyiiipatby of' their host
of fi'kUds iu thy-ir burdeusdiue loa.
The damage to dJ(Uuiag; bonsea ia
slibr btit Hi ir cuuteiits are mora or
rniartaa' Mifnn th affi.t; as
geutreiiianly stenographer in the lawl Hams aaya it burns equal" to any-
orBceatLadbelter v Bledaofjpent'qnir found m thueottairr:' Both-
yesterday 'in' Gainesville wUn hia deftoaStt are rl& in' quantity aad
T A K E ' i T
(Has returned to A:dmore. and is
. . ....
Ppared to furnish the public
vflth thi bci of bread pies and
cake.' Parties' supplies a specja!-i
ty. Free delivery. Kest dodr to'
Marey Ainold'ei; Weat Main SC.
Ardmore I. T.
D S- RI6HABDS0N
Coremeneinv - Mareb 1
route will sell . SratreJaa
l&M tbe SaoU'Fs
iimiwa neaets from
Parts. branb-tfS Lot Anlts 9anDlego Baa .
t ranclsco -na Interraedinte. points .la Pnr-.-r-li
and Albnqnerque at the vry. Low rate of
u points in jexiuLiOniu mam une
.and the i
9Tii ronna inp MC(.nan jiim.ieu to sixtr uars
wilt be sold at a ratentf SW 5S.. ( I ; -
' Tbe eauta Fe affords nueuanted accoramo-
datlona and attractions for Calirornla toarists.
cars from Tessa bo Ckliio
Tbe exceedlnalr low rates oSTered br tbe.
Santa t'e will suggest .California to tbe minds
of tbe . people of. Texas more than Banal atvl
oi coarap tne Mia-winter fair wucn wiu be
vpWiaatil Jane so. is mot to de overlooked.
Viaitorx to the "White City 'i need not fear
of being tired with duplicate attractions at the
Golden Uiitc. j
Tbe World's Flr .Jr. as'lb" San. Fraaeiseo .
Fair is sometimes referred to.. has some build- .
lass lhat. ua works of architectural art are
said to be superior to the buildings of the
Columbian Exposition aad compete nt erltica
assert that for ulctureeaaenesa and. Dorfectiou
j of lanlscape elTi-cts "the Slid-Win tor displsr.
j on the shores of the Pacitic excrls all prexioas
vuuru -it i -
t or laforip ition . sej-ardinir. Uckets tlase
table and sleeping cr accommodation
apply to the asirnl Manl3 t'e-Agent orad-
dress i W. 8. KttKti)
j .. 3... A. Galveston Texas. .
Fifiy-five fourth-class postmasters4
were appointed Saturday.
t The house wasted another' lay: -
futile effort to dispose of' the 0'il-'.
Wasterh and Southern Democratic
Congressmen 'are af ill denouncing the
president for vetoing the" seignior-"
ag bHI. ;
Mr. Bland has gfven 'notice that he'
will on tomorrow' call 'up' the seigai-' .
orage bill with a view" to passfng" it1
over the President's veto.'
Speak er'Crjsp has declined tha jp-"
poibtment of Senator' frqiu Georgia '
to fill the vacancy eansa'cf by the 1
death of the late Alfred II. Colquitt. ;
In response to numerous ter4 of '.
inquiry Secretary' Morton baa issuad '
an open letter 'declaring ralumaking
experiments to have proven' their
Nco ' large well ventilated roora'''
t' rent for lighf house keeping also '
nice room's to ' rcut to gTiUemau'
A pply to T. ' C. Bridginan - West "
Maiii St Ardmore I T." S tf
J. U.' Harris 'who repmscuts'a eew-
ing machine company came . in from '
the country yesfardAy1. ' He' handed '
the rsporteV soma 'specimens one'
each of coal aid" asphalt which he'
saya be hai found in paying quanta '
ties. Te asphalt is especially' ricb''
whtle that of coal belongs to a gtada
I which is edtlrelv new to us. Mr.'
wiltifn two ruilee oltTie railroad;
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Wilson, F. E. Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 130, Ed. 1 Monday, April 2, 1894, newspaper, April 2, 1894; Ardmore, I. T.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc617804/m1/1/: accessed September 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.