Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 224, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 21, 1894 Page: 2 of 4

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THE
AROMGREITE
Published
SuniUy.
every ovenlug except
F. K. Wilson 1 PrnrtlnTa
F. E. Wilson Eilitor.
U.S. W. I'auickk I)iu. Mgr.
SUlHOllll'NON RATKd.
Ina month
t IS
JO
6.UJ
f-liould viw with aim in tlie
"nig r in Jho w xHlpile" is t
terai it. ' unnccMiiitel for unless
it bo o.i the gioUiid that ib y
coutlou-i to tool sore 0er tlio fact
! that congrcs bus n t Keen lit t"
uivei-flcli u m.uit f r all of which
A nl in re If iir.JiHtly hlum-cl.
Tlili la mo court scheme lull on-
int' ii'lcd to benefit tlia furiii rs l
the Chickasaw Nation nud ns
Mitcli f-luiuld ho respon led In by
nil sect ion o with tut obstruct! wf
pr mptcd by potty jealousies.
AND IT WAsm T REAL.
filtered nt III poatolEeo lit Ardmore o teo-
ul eJats niHll manor XoToinbor tT. laws.
Official Organ of the City.
Advertise in this Ardmoreltp.
Half n Dollar to Know It All.
l"or Only lllty cent you can jrol the
Si'inl-W'ijtkly New (Galvetuii or
Dnllns) every Tuetda) aud Friday lur
nix mouths.
ThU tull lake you throush ami he.
AntlMOItR RATUIIDAY JUIY Ul jond Wbnt bids fair to be no of tu
ition oxomug slate campaigns over
wlinened In Texaa.
II anil eents to jour postmaster
or the local no WMjanjerjr send direct
Id A. II. It'lo A Co.. l'ubli.lmr. I
(get full procccillnut nl the (wlltl'iti
i.i.i..-j.i.n in nt- uvi Kt'iierai new-
ANNOUNCEMENT.
ARE YOU OOIKO AWAY
During thu miniinur? It m you
should order tbu Ardinureite seal
to you. Your address will be changed
as oltou a requested.
Editor Hornbeek of the Minco
31 in trel has added tn lis other
iiiini roin ttt i'Mies as a means
nf revenue ii partnership in the
furniture biisine.-'S Tin; question
with iih in ti t thu fnut uf hi having
committed thu net but where the
devil he i! d tiia money. It in a
cms" uf ftispiciun nml Justifies an
Iiivcetigattun.
L. ' 'l.lf.llJl1
Th am vu mm fore ingress in the
Abh'anii di trict h.m tumid i.ili a
kind of coufi-s.'ionnl n Mr. Settl
fn lowing in thuunka of Colonel
Jlrcrki.uidgc confesses Hint he
u ed to he a uauil) I or mid drunk
ard. Can't thu Ai-lilatid district
ind B' liie mm who if willing to
git (' ngre.-s with i u t oxpisin
his sins to tlio world llr.it I Thoro
necniB to lie a mistii.cn idea pre-
vailing am iii thu ctndidates in
the Hhut OrusH district. They
in pear to have the idea that they
are caudal itou fur tho mourners'
I) neh i. stead of nuking thu race
fur Cotl'Ti'SH.
Kdllnrs Ardmorcitc:
liriinniiivii. i i-wu iiuu-iiiivu i. . ... . .. .
name n a cfliiilldate fo. the otficr or! n Mu t 1
(iovi rnor of tlio lhlrknaw Nll"'. i
at the ensuing elrulion ill Aun"t.i HCAnT DiaSAJg.
189 1. I want all IIihI iro In favor ol rhr l Hop forTtion A-niatvi with i
an -iiial division of the land to alvc Th.r T.k voir.
H0 ihetr .upper. It. ... Lord j
j tho who h.irj go')l rnwi to uo.v
I tlit they uro nuTor. 4; trtiti '.hat In
iiiruhlu initially ta cs PO.iru f (ro'n a
hort ntory told by t' laV S r An lrw
.lurk in tlie course of ti el.nical lecturu
t thu Iontlon hmplta'.
After rrolulinjr fie join? tu tont
it tni) necslty for caul on In th
"projfno-U" or lore.at of th ) pro-
?ro of thU dioAK. ir Amlrow wont
in to rotate an unecaovs 01 iiie nousa
governor of Hint rery ho -p t.il--a oler
jyman ivho was aoout to It j married.
His Intanleil fathur n av oatna to
ilm and saU "Yoj s.m yon h'170 go'
ao money sir; you in it go an 1 i;ot
rour lift) iutnred." At tbn end of tin
mcJIc.il examluation t'a- p'nvaiolant
laid to him: 'Vo ennnot acpt you."
"Why?" asked the ust-inls1!-.! ho'iso
governor. "Oh. wo wool I r.illior noi
sy." "Hut" hi slid "I luvj navor
been III In my life" and Indee 1 ho
waf. a sturdy fellow. lVjll"sild the
phyalelans "If you will hure It yon
linvo ot lmart discai.."' "Iloart dii
9ai-V Mow lonj snail I live? .Shall .
live for six mashy'" ' O t yes" re-
plied the medical men "you m.iy do
that."
He weothomo and the match was
broken olf. Ho wrote to t'to osm nit
leo hnylnjr tint us ho had a m jrta' dis-
ease of tho heirt. and cnul I not iivo
for sl.f months he withdre.v his npplt
(lt ihr Tnen I.dr DM nt Itnfrw II
ml Thrrr Wa a "rrnr.
Those tittle patent aTt rt which
arc the latest In toydou are destined
to create a great deal of excitement
olttnjr crowded oity thorough faroa.
One day last week for Instance
there was a (Troup of mile p.l.ttrlin
gathered In elate ranks with eraned
necVs about a fakir on a Ch'e.io
treot.
A ff ish-faced. prett.- iffrl In a btjf
hat and ft ntyllsh wrap Mllie I Jauntily
down thu street th ewboliment of
brare aud Indspsndeut wonianhoxxl.
This dauntless younj woaian eV
towed her wiy ahead thnmch tt.
crowd and clnncel eesmtlly at the
fakir with A little aup.reiliojs sin 11 a
whleh Ineluiled the group of eurlous
loiterers.
Suddenly the &rorip was ajitatsd !
mill w ml In from the enrb. and a I
small dark object Married across tht
pavement.
"0 w!"
A dittin:tlv fem:n!ne eream smote
theoirjnmi-n'nent ar an 1 tin re
younjr woman h-r eyes rtjileoJe t by
tet-r itnibbwl at her skirts with
both hbi J and sprang Into thd m)d-
rili lt Oje U eet. reckl' ily under the
viify nosf of a h-rrt.c hore. Th
herdie driTerMMlimth:n(f etnpstatlo;
the men oh the pavement prinnsd;
the fakir dandled His patent gay
mau-c and expatiated on its resem-
bianco In thu real thing and tho
younjr woman made a w.de circuit of
the fakir's eonier an 1 dived into th
crowd skurryin; down Wathingtoa
ttrert.
RICH BONDHOLDERS.
CORNICE WORKS AND TIN SHO P.
ior.i.s a touauss.
Ai:cnntrrs.
SUTOffice over M'llilmr.s t IV tin 1 11 e-
ton's Art! more I. T.
Gfllledge
JOHN L. OAI.T
NOTAKY rUIU.IC AM) CON-
VKYANCKK.
UarOtBce at Irn Stole Ardtuorr.
I. T.
J. A. MAYS.
FIKK INJ-rilANCB A GENT AUD
XOTAHY PUBLIC.
Office np s-tMirsin Whittington
btiildint;.
IICXMC & M'tLUllK
ATI OJtNIiYS AT LAW.
frOtllef opposilp ( niirl llotife cor
nr Main and Ciiirt flreels
Ariiiiirtui. I. T.
1 he
Tinner.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A
FULL STOCK OF TINWARE
SHOP ON VEST MAIN STREET
CITY - MEAT - MARKET
Fri'-li Mcsts of ell kltxU lloloj;na8 and .Snusnjos.
Meat delivered by wagou tc any part of the city.
Oil hk l!:rl';t E I k'esrii; Proprietor.
S'idim nf Thrr I'Htorltts of 1'nrtnn
Kt Mrt ljr Hip Trraury.
The millionaire la commonly repre-
sented h en(pied In clipp'ny coupons
from bond. This is nn ereglous
error itieh men. as a rule do cot
hold coupon Ixinds. The reason Is
Quite obvious. Such lioinls aro not
safe prop -rty. Tliey arc always pay-
able to bvari-r like treasury hoUh. If
lost thu f'Overimiiit will not replace
them. Accord ngly fc the Rake of
weni-ity pvople are constantly ex-
cbativfin? thorn for retriatoted boni'.s
Thus tho Hum total of coupon bonds
onUtamllnir wh'ch is now about
STU.O'j&.OO'i isalltht'mj diminithiii)f
n.jy ars mottly in the hnnilH of small
holder. With the retri&tsrcd bonds it
In fjttito ditl.irent. They lire rich men's
property par exe-llence. At prosent
aloufji0:i.00-).00:i worth of them are
held by private Individuals. Of this
jjroat sum $7.1K)) aw or not far from
one-half uie owned by 1.00J iioraons
roughly Fpnakinc whoso holdings
a vera 11 S'SO.O K). Tho name 1.1 thuse
forlunRtt in llviduals are kept st-crct
by tlio trrusury. Som? of tho fortunes
pobseahed In this sshaps am enormous.
Konui of tliu tfreatvst belong to the
Vutulftb:! s. OKI William II. Vnnder I
bilt had StS.ooo.ooo In registered bonds
at one time.
r. a. iMitiis
ATTOUXHY AT LA iV.
63-0flicc in WilhnriiH A I'enniiigtoii
Iiulldlnir. Ardmore 1. T.
. t. I-otl.rf. ltrnry llaHy.
(.otarllBt IUnlT. lrnogri. btr.
lirilKliK A IIA1 HV
AT'lOUXI YS AT I.AU'
Bay0lllct over llanlv lltiihliinr. Ar.l
lilole. 1. I. jNotary in ollicc. Wili
practlco In all Fed e nil nnd Stall
Couilc
J. O. TIIOJIPSO.V.
ATT()ISXJY AT LAW.
CajrOflicc over Joe F. Itobliiaon Ard-
inoro I. T.
Central Livery- Stable
Has the bc.'t horses and hnjjgirs. sample wagons for com-
mercial nun hunters' outfits etc. Cartful and expe-
rienced drivers acqtiaintd with the country. Bent nf
attention given to transient horFen. Charges reasonable.
IilPlI BlSIjS. Props.
WILSON tlOK At JIUOWN
ATI OKNLa SAT LAW.
CtirUlIko up stair in Smith build-
iiij.' cornor Main and Court sts.
JAC'l.'riO.N 4t KHNIIItlCK.
A'JTOllXKY.S AT LA V
Oflicc up stairs jut arross tin
siteei In trout ot court huuxt
Artlu.uir I. T
ARDMORE NURSERY
"Wc have now pltutcd aud iu line condition
n conipiule stuck ot both large and nunll fruit
trees mid plnnlf shrubbery and ro-ee.
Having littien venrs experience we grow
only such us we know to be adnpled t thU
climate 'lhruc qunrtpm mile 1101th postotlire.
Save agents' trnveliug expense; buy at bon.o.
Ardmore Itfursery Co.
YOUR
1
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1
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CH
ANCE
U II. Went
Formally of llli. Tcs.
cation for rooms wherein to dwell
with hli wife. On tho reesipl of this
Vittir th j committee delibaravod an 1
vald: "Wn must sitprannuato him
poor fellow; nnd as ho has but h'x
months t3 live we will let him havo
hie full pay." Aoinrliii'ly he wai su-
perannuated upon his full pay and
npon this aupjriunulty said Hlr An-
drow ho lived for mon than uity
vsuru-
Ilaiulruir forti's when I In elnudi of
thn tkin are wniikeiied nnd If ng-
b'rted. I'iihlnes mm to follow.
Hall's Hair Urncwcr is the best pre-
ventive. lv
Sporlnl Kxcuminn
Vis the Santa Fit to (inlvestnu
f! round trip.
W. B. LAWRENCE
Cabinet and job workman. See him.
j Think or it bus In tlio FitimIwIo Ad
ilillou stnonL' the verdiiro from -Vifito
SubSTihe for tho Ardllloroite $100. See half pnse ad. 'Jit
Tho establishing here nf n
flrnt rhiHis htmineiiH college is now
JiiSired. It is an acquisition
w r by of congratulation The
Ardmorcitc can without eg iticin
claim snino credit in poi tirlng tliir.
vnliiahlu iducational iiiHtittition
and wo look forward with pitas-
UTC t( tlie tillle ill tllC not dibtstlt ! r mm m f e 1 n
intuie when college snire rep-iW F WH TT NdTON R
icBentiiiL' all tlio literary nrofes-: " lliiU ililUiVil W
s onal Mil 1 sclontifl 1 bniuche.i of
nt id t ill 1 oar their heads in our
midst Tlie rising generation
m.ist be educate i and wc can so
no reason why Ardmore should
not Cftabllah and uiaiutain the
iinnitutioue nccissary thereto
Tn protecting the farmerH ag.aiust
conflactaion in Iho event of allot-
ment and c'hanguof governmental
conditions it is not nccosary to
ask congress to perpetuate tlio
lease contracts mado between the
Indians and tenant)' hut it is
ousontiul where imnrovemunts
have been made hlur anil m ncy
expended bntcdonn long time
free- usugo of tho land that thu
lessor should bo reimbursed by
uomo equitablo udjustinsnt of thu
unexpired tlmo of tlieii h-ldings.
These contracts were made in
good faith by both parties nnd
to annul them would simply be
governmental contention. Tn
guard against this possible emer-
gency is tho object of the Farmers
Leaguo organization advocated by
the Ardmoro Board ol Tr.idu nutl
opposed by tho towns of Purccll
Minco and Uuncan. Wo know of j
no reason why tho movement
should not incut with the tiuqunli.
fit d endorsement of tho Dawes
Commission and in fact it e our j
uni'erbtanding fucIi is the case. j
Just win- M.' town" iiRtnd 1
C M. Cutu) bi ll.
CAlil'IlKLL At W.'6T
' ATl'DlLNKYS AT L.W.
CilrOllIci! up stubs neat Court Utilise
Animate I. T.
W. T. llOHlK.
PHYSICIAN A.N'J) SUllGEOX.
CiirOlTlce at Alexander Drug
Store Aidinoi e I. I'.
WAI.1KH IIAUUY
PHYSICIAN AND SUl!t!E0N
8sa-Olllce rear uf City Nati nutl
Bunk Ardmore 1. T.
GRAND SUMMER DISCOUNT SALE
IS NOW IN FULL FORCE
It is customary with nnat this season of the year lo inaugurate
a grand low-priced sale.
I find I am overstocked in everything in tlie dry goods and
gouts' furnishing gondn line nnd have made a grand discount of 25
pr cent on everything in my houfc and want to givo toy customers
and tho publiu generally tho benefit of our low prices.
Itemcmbor everything in tho dry goods lino'gocs I havo just
received one of tlio largest stocks of dry goods cvor brought to Ard
more nil of the luto't designs aul patterns.
In our prrsont rrIo wo ore much better prepared in vaiiety and
assortment than heretofore. Huycts havo a chanco to choose fiom u
largo and almost cMnplcte sto k. Usually black goods aru excluded
from discounts but to make this fhIu ns interesting as possible I in-
clude all of our black goods thus milking it more satisfactory to buy-
ers than n fow odds and ends thrown out for nn advertisinc purpose
Como early if you want tho host; you will save money by doing so.
W. F. WHITTINGTON.
South Side Main Stieet Ardmore I. T.
H. 0 LITTXLL
PHYSICIAN AND SCKChON.
Obbtelrlcs nud duunses of women
specialties.
6?Ollluc al Piilncu Drug store; resi-
lience 011 ueal Main street Ard-
moro I. T.
II. 11. AI.V1K
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGLON.
fcarOlllce over City Ding Storo Ard
more I. T.
If Yuii V.'nut Jewelry or Silverware of any Dcsc-iption
. Can Supply Your Wants at Figures That Will Sut prise You.
Repairing a Specialty Quick Work.
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CITY SANITARIAN.
Oay-llcadquurtcrs at Pnlaec Drug
Store where orders should be
left. Ardmore I. T.
Dlt. A. E. ADAMS
DEN T J F T .
ttttol for tlie p.ultts sxtrae-
ly5Qi-'''0'0' th.
tirOtHo over l''rnme's Drug Store
Main Street Ardmoro 1 T.
A. K. WALTKRH
DENTIST
AW
Ofllco
upstitirs in
Hnrdy
Building
Ardmore
Ind. ler.
Call and
1 a&2
Examine Stock
t
at Onoe.
ARDMORE
IND. TER.
I?
SHK&MAN HOTEL
South of A hittinecton's Brick Uaado St.
First class in evory particular. Nowly renovated and furnished
throunbout. Terms $1.00 por day; $i.00 por week with lodging;
V) t w-V 'lav boird- W. P. KHOORE Prop.
Central Barber Shop.
xt door to Dallas ileal Jurkot
ou Mla Slrtft. Espsricnced
uuriViucti sbsrp tools aid gro-
lU'iDnnljr tiMtmvnt.
W. L. Thomas Pproprletor.
D. M. Cannon Assistant.
Old Pa-
pers for Sale
At this Office 25
Gcnis per lOO.
The Galreslon aafl Dallas
WEEKLY NEWS
To Kep Aeaes srith tlm Prortifa
lliaen Una llcon
i:KIiAP.flHI T() 1C I'AOl'.S
Thna (twlca Yii rrmlora oae-thltd
mora ria linjr in.ltr tlian licroto ora.
With this siWiucaal yac Tlir. Wmjim
Neis will bo U'iuipM(sl br uuy uea
erst Dowipstr la tho UuiukI Suites.
It Is .Strictly a Jscnxpapor.
It does not attsront to plcaae eyarr-
bodr. bnt it .toss try to maltn itsalf la-
teratlng to a Tarmty of irailarv
In political matters It ci'es tnonows
aud Ttaira ol all sidu allowing ltd
..a. n. n nb-l l7nnur dc Js lor lllin-
aal(. at all Iron Ainuncsn eitlzrni
should.
U.ldM its (all aiidgMieral news fast'
nres it coniiiaa tucsirauooa 117 laraou
artlsU ami
SPECIAL DEPAKT31LNT8
TOR TIIE L1)IES
TI1K l'A KM ICRS and
11IK 01IILDKKN.
KotwlUittaiulintf this Incrnasa le sits
ami ta oxpeusa tUe 1'iic remain tin.
One Dollar a Year.
lliou aro not familiar with tt amd
f jr a freo asniplo ropy convluco rour-
alf of Its n-.rrlts.tiion rubcrll? thruugh
lourlofal asent and be haip(or lou
call remit direct to
A. 1L UBIiO & CO Publisher
OSLVESTON Oa DALLAS.
Urmll by draft jiontotEco erdor. r-
clUo Wolt-rarsn. AiO'irltoa or Uoiled
States osprtii. luunry ntdv. If ecnt lu
aur utlicr uanbcr it it t tho sender s
risk.
Take a Vacation
AND GO TO
I 1 1 ' 1 1
ad
LAMPASAS
SPRINGS
FOR A WEEK.
It will cost you only
$6 95 from ARDMORE
VIA
Santa Fo Route.
I.E. MASON Ticket Agent.
QUB -. JJTJCKHAM
Dealer in fine liquors.
All orders given prompt atten
tlon.
Comor Elm and Commerce Sta.
Gainesville Texan.
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