Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 224, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 21, 1894 Page: 3 of 4

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Business property
Resident property
Farm property
Ranch property
In and adjacent to
The Summit City-
See my township and
section maps. Reli
able and official.
Another Itnpo Fionil.
Luther Smith nnd Kd U:ir r start-
ed out lat Kriday in chafe nl negro
to .u eharg-d with committing rapo
upon the porcon of n negro girl ten
yearn of agr. 'Die rnpo is charged to
have taken place- at nevon o'eloitk. ill
the morning at the residence of tlio
child's parent near tho railroad in
this city the mother of the child
catching the villain in the act tho
child elniiniX to have been clinked
to prevent bii ontcry. The o fib-urn
ii-nlli-d Urn often lor to a cornllcl'l
north of town and from thero to a
point near Noble. Losing trick of
him thero Ltilhur anil Kd went ovr
to Iho homo ot the negro' people in
tlio Pott country but wuro unable to
liml any tiaco of tlio otilprlt who is
yet at large. l'urcell Ileglstcr.
Notice Privilege Seekers.
Parties wanting stands at tho pic-
nic and barbocue nt Ardmore Park
July 28 '01 tho following stands and
privileges aro for solo.
Throe milk shako stands.
Three Oregon cider stands.
Two tainalo and cbilu stands.
One lunch stand.
Three doll racks.
Two 6hootluggnllories.
One danrlug platform.
One pop com stand.
Ono fruit stand.
One watermelon stand.
One knife board.
Gnc cauo rack.
Ouo steam swing.
Two horse swings.
Any freaks of nature.
For turthcr inlotmatiou see or
addrest. Gkohui; FiiASiiF.it
Cream Ilakcry Ardmore l.T.
Messrs M. and U Wheeler the latlcr
of San Antonio Texas went up to
Purcell this rooming.
Bert Hennle went to Paul's Valley
tbi j morning.
Capl. U h. Stowe weut to Daugh-
rty this rooming on official businesa.
Bandar aud Monday
In Galveston for $C via tho Smta
Fe ronte.
Mrs. Hobiuson lott this morning for
Davis hor future home.
(- W. M. Stmrks returned tuis aner-
uoou Iron) Paul's Valley. He aud a
Tlio poutliorn wind of ?ummer
The southern wind of mimmpr
'I he Fouthorn winds ol summer
Tho southern winds of cummer
The soulhtrn wind of summer
The Houlliern wind- of summer
Tho -outhorn winds of sumui"r
The southern inds "f minimer
1 ho Homhcrn winds of Hummer
The southern winds of bummer
This addition now on tho mirkct. Fee the wnter-colored drawing of the plat.
The lutu arc lOOx.'HO nnd t0 loot; are south of Main atroet face a 103-foot avenue which is nearly
For particular prices etc call on or address
To Stimulate Business for a Short Time Lots will be Sold
Rooms 1 and
party .of friend- luive been at Sulphur
Spring "'id lie reports nu rxcrllint
time. It. is eMlmuti d there are a then
sand people isunped there. .Mr
Sparks and child will arrive on the t!
o'clock train.
J. J.Stoll'a tho tailor and fjnilly.
George Holder and his faintly rr-
tunicd today alter a two weeks out-
lug on Hlue. They report having
had a splendid t lino.
The survey of the raco tracks at
tho park will lo commenced monda;
Leave Sutnrdny EveninB
For Galvostou via the Santa Fc
rotiim Monday evening. $6 rouud
Attend church tomorrow.
PostmitHtor llamiuor has put up a
clock in tho lobby of tho postofflce
which Is a ducldod convenience in
keeping with tho general order of
completeness which characterizes tils
new quarter.
Work on Iho big gin bulng erected
by Hay & Co.. is progressing rapidly.
Tho engine and boiler Ur.vo beeu
placed lu position and tho bnlldings
are most ready for the machinery.
It will be the largest aud best equip-
ped gin plant in the Indlau Territory.
Tho flouring mill U running day
and night..
Dealers report grain coining in atn
reasonable rapid rato. Oats are hold-
ing up lu prico but wheat is lowor
than llbasbciin for years.
Miss Ida A. Wyatt who has boen
visiting her iricud Miss Zoloma
Noleu will in rcspousotoa telegram
return to Dculsou this ovonlng Miss
Ida leavei many frlouds hre but
Cupid's dart is fickle.
An excellent piere of poetrv on the
contest was roccived today but too ;
late for pnbllcatlou. It will appear1
Mouday. The author has our tuauks
in advance
The regular church sorvlces morn-
ing and evening to-morrow at tho
Baptist church. Sunday school in tho
morulug. Erorybody Invited.
cannot eonlnminsite tho nir with the city's miasinn in Vortuliilo ndditioti.
cannot fill vour liomc wit It Hind mid dirt from the city's streets and alley tn I'crnd'i nd Ptfon.
cannot makt yritr green and sh dv lawn a roeeptnolo for blowing (rush and pipers in I'erndalo addition
cannot permeate your home with noxion gas and odors in FVrtidalo addition.
has no torrors lor tho housewife or invalid who!e In ma is in For idalo addition
mii'c music in th branches of the mamivo oak nnd hickory in Korndalo addition.
nviriii'ir to the carrnl of tho birds in Kornda'e addition.
ki tho waving lawns with tender breath in Korndalo addition.
cool the tdindv graces 'noath tlie 1 nfy trees in Fcindale addition
make life a pleasure in n home among the verdure of Feinda'o addition.
2 Williams & Pennington Block Main
Farmer Lnajjuo Mooting.
There was n uiecliiif at Whltting-
ton Hall this afternoon ol the liu-m-Iht
ot the Farmers League lo com-
plete arrangement lor the general
convention Monday to bo held In
thU city. The meeting whs well nt-
tended and as it is now in session it
U impossible to give proceedings.
From Secretary I)ou"hik9 it is
learned that he expect thore will be t
least 160 delegates here representing (
n league member hip of 3000 in the
Chickasaw Nation. This doesn't look-
like the warning howls of a few pa-
pors and people had hnd the debited
effect. Tho farmers are awake to their
interests and will not down at the
bidding of would be bosses
To Galveston Via Santa To Routo.
On Sntiirdays July M 21 and 28
the Santa Fo will sell oxcitrsion
tickets to Galveston and return ut
tho low rato of $600.
Tickets will be limited for return
on special train leaving Galveston on
the following Monday evening or
on Hint tralu of Tuesday morning
thus giving tho excursionists two
days in Galveston.
A spocial train consisting of coach-
es free reclining chair and Pullman
Slecpor will leave from Ardmoro
Saturday evening reaching Galveston
at 8 o'clock Sunday morning and re-
turning will lcavo Galveston Monday
cvMniug at 0 o'clock.
Dout loso the opportunity of fieo-
iug Gnlveston this summer.
Surf bathing is now at its best.
Crabs shrjmp and other good
things to eat.
I. It. Mason and Prof. Hlaokwoll
returned fom Oil Spring last night.
Thoy rrportthe Ardmore colony now
camped tboro having a most splendid
time. Judge Campbell and T. K. Kea-
rney and their families will come in
Misses and Ladies Sheei.
100 pair ladles and Misses low'quar-
tered shoes at 60 couta por pair form-
er prico 76 cents.
60 pairs tamo at $1 former price
$160. C. Mobs.
Wauted 1000 cords of wood by
the Oil Mills. 30 1 in
Subscribe for tho Ardniorelte'
Have the
Houses Rented
Leases JN egctiated. Have Now For Sale Some
Very Desirable Improved and Unimproved
Property on Main Court Atkins Frenslev and
Caddo Streets.
Box 39.
Bnae Ball.
There will bo a game of ball tomor
row afternoon at tho park bctweeu
Iho llrowus aud a picked nine. As
the latter havo practiced up and
otherwise strengthened their playing
qualities au interesting gttnc may
bo expected.
The town was pretty well filled to
day with tho people from tho country
and tho merchants were delighted.
Au active agent lu each county lu
tho United Suite? to solicit subscrip-
tions for the Twico-a-Wcck Republic.
A liberal commltslou will be paid to
hustler. Address Superintendent Cir
culation the Itcpublic bl. Louls.Mr
Subscribn for tho Ardmoreite.
Warning Order.
Iftforc the Uulted Hlitc. tomraUtlunrr't
Court for tbeTulra um.ion si Jramore.
Blackburn & 8oa
George W. Holder el si.
iu rii fmilant. William Loodry. Ii irarurd
lo apprar la tbli court within thirty ibvi-nnd
aDawvriuu cuiu)imub ui ui. )fuiiiu. mm:-
United Statu Cororolulooer.
Jane 17 1KH.
a mile long.
From $25 to $100
Real Estate
Street Ardmore Indian Territory.
Exclusive Control and
mm i
Rents Coll eetecl Farm and Lot
Office in J. B. Smith Brick.
Bodine 8s
No. 301 East Calfornia Street
Open to botli sexes. School day and night ; no vacation. Students can
enter at an time Wo Ihpiio life
Shorthand Typewriting. We liavo
throo months acquired a rate ot speed or "00 words per nilnuto. new mat-
ter. This ilepartmeut Is uudor tho eoutrol of Mrs. J. M. itudlslll who will
look after your daughters if sent to this school. Mako your sons aud daugh-
ters Independent by giving them a practical business education.
Brend Pien CnkeB Confectione nnd everything else found In
a llrBtolass bakory. Free delivery to nil parts of the cltyj
Vrurs for custom
Houses lo rent
Farms to rent
Property for sale
Leases to exchange
Call at my office and
list them
I'll Do Business.
Soe my complete city
map showing ad-
ditions. Dealer.
Sale of
Scholarship in Ilook-kceplug Banking'
shorthand pupils who havo in less than
6. i

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Wilson, F. E. Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 224, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 21, 1894, newspaper, July 21, 1894; Ardmore, I. T.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc78236/m1/3/ocr/: accessed April 13, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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