Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 224, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 21, 1894 Page: 1 of 4

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Brim"
Daily
Ardmoreite.
Fh oitt dye works
KT. H. XYFCQY
- Heal Estate kv
AND
-I'Loan Brokerk-
Om.t WlilttlnglonV.
H Mm MtFtlftd ootb of
3LEaEFgENTS'3
Plaining In Firtolass Stria
LSat lif act Ion Gun rant odj
K. K. AYERH Prop.
Guaranteed Largest Circulation of any Daily Paper Ever Published in the Indian Territory.
frOLUMB I.
AUDMOUE CHICKASAW NATION SATUItDAV JULY 21 1S1I1.
NUMBEK UlM.
Mill Crnihor nntl Shollrr.
Mention wus made lu yesterday's
Irdmorltc of some rxteuslvo Improve-
icuu being mails l:i and around the
lit mills. Enquiry of Maungrr W. K.
loorc to-day elicited the fact that (he
Ox"0 febt building being erected
oulh of the main bulldlug K t0 uc
tied up with a corn mill crushor
ml shelter and used in tint prcparn-
iou of food for. cattle. The) will lion
Via a large auiouul nf corn thus af
Sf irdtng a home market for a very
$re share oftli.it product.
"Lotos Club Heautr" the bent
ilckio cigar innde at O'Mealy Sc
Coulee's. 10 If
THAT PROMISED ANNOUNCEMENT.
PROP. RUDISILL HAS DECIDED TO LOCATE A BUSINESS COL-
LEGE IN ARDMORE A VALUABLE ACQUISITION.
THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE CAN CHOOSE BETWEEN THE TWO
Places Gainesville or Ardmore In Takini the Arilmoralto !Cnnre
The Cloilue Day's Battle Will be in O'Monljr & Canleo' Ice
Cream Parlor A Now Prlie to the Winner.
To make your business pay good
icalth Is a prime factor. To secure
good health the blood should be kept
ntiro and vigorous by the use of
AVer's tiarsnpanlln. When the vital
Until 18 Impure and sluggish there :au
be neither healtli strength nor ambi-
tion lw
W. G. Duller who a few days since
wont to DnvH to tako charge of the
in 'chanlcal department of the Ad
vertiser. Teturued lait night having
graduated in n remarkably short time.
II.. ........ .1.1..I... im i.itlt tf Ilia i
. i i ! facilities for thorough practical trnin-
priutlug trade to change oil to that ! '
. . ... 111m ll'Ull" 1" M. III. VI.1-. ... '
of a blacksmith. i " .... . . r....i.
colleges oi mo country. iuu luiunj
For chickens eggs lruite potatoes1 wm t composed of the very beH tnl-
gniln and hay go to .1. N. MHchoiii'H. . ltudiMi RBd i.i. i00 iiavmir
1'rof.J.M. Uudisill President or
the North Texas Business College
while here yesterday pcrfeclad ar-
rangements whereby lie will In the
near futuro establish In this city a
lluslncss College a duplicate of his
Gainesville lust ittiliuii. He has con-
tracted for suitable qunrlcrs.and will
be here next week to complete all tho
preliminaries. It will afford nil the
nt the old postolUco stand
Caddo street.
ou
North
9tf
Methodist Churoh.
Special scmiou to-morrow
Epwortb League.
address the Indies ou the l'artonngo
nud Home MWsion Society at 8 P.M.
Epwoitb League at 4-30 1 M.
Frauk Nuylor 1'astor.
80 to Galveston and Return
Saturday July 14 111 and 28 via
Bant a Fe route.
in charge tho primary book-kceplug
and penmanship while Mrs. Uudisill
will iniilnr( llin Ltf?nnfrtntihln ami
i 11... tJ
typewriting departmeuts
Mrs. l'urcell will . ..:..' i .
Tuesday mumlNg Andy Madison
Was trying to lit some cap ou an. old
fine in the company storoho having
beiii tuldthat the gun was not loa led;
when he pulld the trigger the gnu
burst' in hln hands; it inflicted a very
painful IV ill wound on his left arm
but uoihing serious. The gnu had
been loidfd for yoars and mud daub-
ers hud built nests in the barrel un-
til it was lull. Tho guns that aro not
loaded aro the ones that so oll'stid do
the damage. South McAlester Capital.
The Ardmoreite is authorized to
say to the several caudidatcs new
contesting for our scholarship (lint
thoy can have their choice as to wllch
place they will attend. Ity staying at
home the item of board one of the
contingencies donated by us can it
desirable be devoted to taking both
courses. That is to say if you re-
company your appeals with a sufllcl
at number ot votes to demonstrate
their sincerity.
Aud nirnln to tho business men of
Ardmore don't you think you could
afford to offer koine kind ot appropri
ate present to tho winnei? It would
lose nothing to you oud would cer-
talnly he a oourte of treat pleasure
to the recipient. Study this matter
over uulll Monday and if you decide
in the nlllrmative send iu your an-
nouncements In the forenoon that they
may appear lu thai afternoons paper.
Anything from a bottle of writing
fluid to a (1000 piano will be receiv-
ed and accepted. Don't hesitato but
lend your encouragement along with
the Ardmoreite in its beucvoUut un
dertaking.
ship contest a gold locket suitable
for cither ludy or gentleman valued
at $6. '1 .uvi.n fc hi - i.
Jewelers.
Gold Pen and Citan.
Contest Kill tor: I will give to the
winning candidate iu the scholarship
contest now going on a gold pen
holder and ease valued at $o.
T. II. I'AitKim.
LaCLEDE -:- HOTEL-
GAINESVILLE TEXAS.
Newly filled mid renovated from kitchen to garret. First clns
iu every particular. Ardiuoro and Torrllorv trade solicited.
Street ears pass tho door. JOHN LAWItKNCK Prop.
Printed Stationery for Wlnnor.
Contest Editor: Tim Ardmore Job
Priullng Compauy will prrseiit. to the
winner printed siatiouoiy eullleleiit to
last during collcgo dnys.
Fohthii Si Gom.hkih.
rive Piocos oT Mimic.
Content Kdltor: Say for us wc will
give the successful contuMnnt in yoilr
scholarship contest live pieces of the
latest mnsio to be Bcler.to' by the one
entitled thereto.
G. M. Yaiuihoikiu & Co.
5 For Cheney.
Contest Editor: Find 6 votes
Will Cheney with moro to follow.
A Hoy Friend.
for
30 For Miss Edna.
Contest Editor: Enclosed 30 votes
Card From Prof. RudUUl.
Gaimwvii.i.h Tk.v. Juno v. Con
test I'ditor: In response to your
rcuuoM. I will say lo tho people of
Ardmore that as mjoii na tho contest
now coins on (hroueli the Column't
of the Ardmoreite is determined I
will Ihmio to the successful candidate
a paid up scholarship certiflcato iu
the North Texas IJusliicss College In
the course selected viz.: either
shorthand nud typewriting or book
keeping. Very respectfully
J. M. Uum.siu.i
President N. T. Business College.
Pine apple souffle orange shorbort
iream soiias and the best soda water
cu town at O'Mealy & Conltu'H.
10 tf
To Removo Intruders.
A special dispatch under the abovo
heading says:
This morning Company D Tenth
lnlautry arrived from Lehigh for the
purpose of removing such men as the
Indian aireut shall deem as Intruders
aud those who have been engaged
iu the pretcut strike who refuse tu
work or allow others to work. Trou
ble is expected.
If vou waul the best bievcle made
call on. I.N. Morgan see tho Sterling
ana get terms. - u
For Itont A L'nod location on
Main street for a medium business
Apply at this olllcc. 21 lino.
A Probable Correot Answer.
How Is It that Ardmoro can xup
port a street sprinkler which does
t effectlvo work aud l'urcell apparent-
ly cannot even make an attempt iu
this direction? Purcell Ueglster.
Lack of enterprise is most likely (bo
corroct answer to the query or it
may bt your town docs not wish to
pattern after Ardmore for foar thero
is a ob in it.
For low quartet! shoes and slippers
po toC. Moss under Ardmorolto of-
fice . to I
Itcst nssortmeul aud tho finest cig-
ars lu tho Territory at O'Mealy &
Coulee's. 10 tt
R. W Choate aiuMy. L. McWbort-
er returned last ulght from auexteu-
sivo trip across the tonntry into tho
(Jherokoo aud Creek countries They
report an Interesting time.
Lampasas Spring!.-
On each Friday and Saturday dur
inir Juue. July aud August thero
will be on snlo round trip tickets
from Ardmoro to Lampasas Tex. at
a rate of $6.95 good for six days.
I. U. Mason Agt
B. F. Maxey wont to Cooke county
last night to attend tho prluiarios
which wero held to-day. Ho will re
1'uVu home to-morrow
If
V'--irvi.- .-.vw rr -
NOUTII TEXAS IIUSINKSS COLLKGI
Prlco of Cauiions.
IIolow is given the prices of extra
coupons which can be bad by appli
cation nt our olllco during business
hours:
One and under 10 votes ! ecu
each.
Ten nud Under 00 voice 4 cents"
each.
Twculv nud under 60 votes 3 cents
each.
One hundred voles for $2.
Two hundred voles lor $8.76
Three hundred voles for $1.60.
Four bundled votes for $6.26.
Five hundred votes for 0.
Ouo thousand voics for $10.
THOS. J. CORNELIUS
ENERAL INSURANCE AGENT
l'liicn all kinds of iusiirnnco with responsible compntiles Flro anil
Llithtnliig Torumio Lite Accident KtuployeiN' Liability Pluto Ulassi
Steam Hollers Klc.
All companies represented iu this agency are old aud tried l on do no
xperimetitiug when wo place Vour liiisluess.
Assets sulildeiit for all possible contingencies as tho following llsi
fully demonstrates:
hire ''d Tornado. Organized.
Insurance f.i '.iuiiy of North America - 17'J'J
Hal ttord l'iro Insiiraiice Coiupauy 1810
German American Insurance Company - 1872
I'lro Assoelnlion 1817
Scottish Uniqn and Nationnl ... 182 1
Loudon and I.aficnshlro Mre; ...
Mnncliester Fire ...... IM'J 1
Calciloiilnn. ....... 1806
NiuL'ara Fire i860
Springllel'l Vim it ml Marine - - - 181!)
I'enusylviinln Kile ..... iH'.'fi
Orient - - - - - . 18(17
Westchester Fire - . 1837
Assets.
yl!122l'J
7378092
6997103
606(1720
20(537911
6989042'
221119::
3.606195
3869068
2091091
1821619
Total nssetB 11 ro Insurance companies'
Life. Organized.
Mutual Life Insurance Company of Now York 1817
Accident Plato Glass Jitc. Organized.
Fidelity i.nd Omiallty of Now Vork 1.870
KinpioyciV l.iablfily ot l.ondoii(assct' In U.S. only) 1880
7872vlltf
Asset s.
$18500000d
AsetH.
$2100771
1190977
Total ........ $ 8361761
Ofllcc First Nallonal Hauk First Floor Ardmore Ind. Tor.
NORTH
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No. 301 East
GAINESVILLE
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Galfornia Street
- - TEXAS.
THE VOTE.
WILL CHENEY 1785
Mlis Nina Jordan 1452
Joo Ingram y 011
Miss Edna irarvick 803
John Hanimor 312
Miss Judith Baum 31
Mist Siislo Jones 27
John McCoy 8
Rufo Scivnlly 3
Frank Scivnlly 3
'3i;yii:3iiiftr?.f; waiiUM'Tii: KswKtEiai
Open lo both ickvi. School day nnd night; no vncntlon. Students cni'f
enter ul anj time. Wo Issue life Scholarship lu llook-kecplng Ilnnklng'
Shnrthniid Typewriting. Wo bavo shorthaiiil pupils who have In less than
three months acquired a rati) of speed of 200 words per minute new mat-
ter. This department 13 nud6r the control of Mm. J. M. Uudisill who wilt
look after your daughters if sent lo tills school. Make your sons and daugh
ters Independent by giving them n practical business education.
SEND FOR CATALOGM
President.
OSCAR
R00S
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G A I N ES VI LLIC TEXAS.
main here wo will givo you a lull
course iu penmanship and book-krep-lug
and shorthand nud typewriting
equivalent to $100 tho amount of
tuition It would cot were you to take
both courses. Of course in doing
i his you would bnvo to provido your
own board. Thou again it you pre-
ior to remain hero but do not cam to
take both cniin.es tho amount of
your board will bo pnid to you in
cash.
These are matters for your consider
ation and aro given you in ndvnnce
for (bat purpose.
Vi'o havo arranged to hold the last
day election at O'Mealy Si Conlco's
Ice cream parlors ucxt door lo the
post office. It Is n most desirablo and
eonvcuieut place cool and nice. Our
list of judges has uot quite been com-
pleted but will bo anuooucod Monday.
They will be gentlemen above ro-
proach or susplclou and wholly dis
interested in tlia contest.
We desire (o say to nil we have no
pets nor noue to favor abovo tho
others. All the candidates aro worthy
young people and any of them in cato
of the houor falling their way will re-
ceive our hearty congratulations
There will be no jobs as far as wc
are coutcrued. Vo want to so a tree
ballot aud a fair count.
Ucn.embsr Monday and Tuesday
are the only rvtnalniug day lu which
these columns are open fot you to lay
the claims nt your favorite before tho
peopl3. lTs them freely ud ae
you will pleaso place to tho
credit of Miss Edna Harvick with
more to conic. Very Itcspectfully
Nemo.
65 Fer Miss Harviok.
TllACKKKVJM.H . July 20.
Contest Editor: I encloiod you 65
votes for Miss Edun Harvick; I am
unscqiininted witli her- but the fact
that she is a worthy young lady with
a widowed mother to support is quite
enouah to decide for whom I shall
cist my votes. May you bo success
In) Miss Kdua.
20 For Mlii Edna.
Contest Editor: Enclosed find 20
votes fur Mits Edna Harvick hoping
she will be elected.
Two Llttlo Boys.
Box of Candy for Winner.
Wo will give a dollar box of Ten
noy's fine candy to tho wluuer of the
scholarship contest.
O'Mhaly & CoNtEE.
tl000 Policy to Winner.
Contost Editor: I will glvo to tho
successful candidate au accident
ticket for $1000 and $5 weekly bene
ULnrovldod they como within tho
rules prescribed by the company.
D. IIedpikm) Agent.
Gold Lockot for the Winner.
Contest Editor : I will glvo to tho
unrjstiil randiilfti' in the petjolnr
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Successor to "WILLIAMS 8s PENNINGTON-
IIuvinR purchaseil tho stock of Williains & Ponulngion tit a'largA'
tiiucount vcspcelfiilly cull tho attention of tho public to the fact
that I will oloB'u out said utuek
Cool Yoursolf in Galveston
Uoued trip $6 on Saturday. Good
until Monday.
Found On Main street to-day a
bunch ol keys. Owner can have same
by calling at thts oflico und paying
25 cents for notice.
MeotiiiR of John II Morgan Camp
of Confederate Vet cram
On Monday night July 23 1881 af
Whlltlugton Hall iu tliis city. A full
attoudnuco Is urged. Tho organiza-
tion will bo put in better working
order. All ex-Confederates visiting
tho city nro cordlnlly invited (o attend.
The public generally who m y feel
adesiro to como will bo heartily wel-
comed. By order of tho Camp.
W. W. Hydon Commander.
F. G. Harry Adjustout.
Ardmore to Giilvontou
And return Jnly 14 21 and 28
or fi.
AT ACTU AL COST OR LESS fiffiSJ
Families city and country mercliants will do well to call aiii
price goodir beforu buying olsoWhero.
Wo nro daily adding staple groceries to our stock bought
strictly for cash and will fiell lo cousumera as cheap as any first
class house and whero lull packugca aio sold tho consumer will
have tho regular jobbing prices.
Full Weight Guaranteed. Country"
Merchants' Trade Solicited.'
LET 'EM KICK!
M.
AVo aro selling goods jnet tho same. Still soiling
20 pounds standard granulated sugar for 1.00.
Just leceived the nicest lino Of prcnerves jams
tunplc eyrup hiaplo BUgnr and everything tho appe-
tite could wish for. Try our tea and it will do you
good. Wo have tho ulceft neeortnifint of canned
goods in tho city. Savo money by buying at
Wyse's. Smoke Liitle Cuban Boy cigars and try
a botllo of trtt'Siing euda pop Fresh bird seed In
bulk also tho bone.'
WYSE

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