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Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 248, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 18, 1894 Page: 4 of 4

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The.'Coxey movement has struok John B.
Smith's stock of general merchandise like a;
cyclone and he is determined to meet the
hard timosiull in the face and sell to his
customers so that they can pay and live and
buy again. Don't fail to see him in his brick
on the corner of Main and Court Streets.
ARDMORE
CHAS.DURIE
Manufacturers' Agent for Heavy
Harvesting machinery tint -i n uutomntir and pluin i-n'uiPH.
ull kiiub of boiloro " ittoii ('itiw and prosse su.ition f.tiiB do-
ctor' line slmlU v oyt In-IUngM and t'tiiiio lilting bind-
eifl sell'-ruker" (lro()miH mowers tlircBlirrfl. Imy jiietHos
hvlne oil etc. etc.
Ardmore
A T)
L V JLs 1
fW(Vi J"t V. 'A.MLir.. a.
I J 'I t I
iLfeWlStfw seas VHSSffiffta
South Caddo Street.
For boit turti'iiil. nliifle or double boggle? -urrlo and buck. Kxpcrlciicud
drivers llnne nnd inuliM oll on rnmmlssioii.
SHERMAN HOTEL
South of Whittinecton's Brick Caddo St.
First class In evrry pnrtlciilnr. Newly ronnvnled nnd fiirnlsbed
tbroturhout. Terms $1.0t per day; $1.00 pur week wilh loilplng:
?3.50 per u eel: day board- W. C. KH.COltt: I'rop
NORTH TEXAS BUSINESS COLLEGE
No. 301 East Oalfornia Street
GAINESVILLE - - TEXAS.
.Af -i.M.imlk.vV ! li.m'tIU
Open to both mwcch. School da nnd liljbt ; no vnrntlnn. StlldrntB ran
enter al nnj time. We Umij lli'o Sihobirf.hlp lu Uool.-keiplr.g Hankliiff
Shoithnnd Typevvrlllni?. We have Mmriliniul pupils who Imve. in leux Dion
three iiiontha ncijuired a rnte of npreil of '.'00 word per intniite. new mut-
ter Tills department Ik under the control of Mrs.. I. M. Ituil'xIH. who will
look alter your daughter If cnl lo IbN rhoo. Mnko your voua mid daugh-
tern Independent by giving (hem .t p:'itciical biihlneN ediinntlou.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE. J' M RISesd!Slt.
MitHITE FRONT DRUG STORE
Carries a full line of
Drugs and Druggists' Supplies.
F. H. SNIDER PROPRIETOR.
BEIDGEMAN :: HOUSE.
I Imvo leaned tlio above house. A ji n t ol' your iiiitronugo bo-
lioitcd Tttblo not Mirpiiacd in tbo Indlun Territory.
G. W. WILHELM Proprietor.
LISTEN . TO THIS
The Star Grocers- headquarters for every-
thing good to eat. at the lowest possible
prices will meet all competition. Try me
and see.
. . JB. F. MAXEY.
Seconcl door east of postoffice Ardmore.
Advertise in the
Subscribe for the
INI) T'Y.
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Daily Ardmoreite.
Daily Ardmoreite.
"Cnnnot be Improved I"
So MRS. F. E. BAKER.
'"of Cnlvoston Tbx.
-BATH Of
Ayer's Hair Vigor
'Mttnrlnsc iisrd g
Avir llnlr Vlinr r.
. scalp clean anng
fhclialrliilhabcflt o
cinil It loii. My g
yens of one lms o
'US fine a bead uf
rff vF- lialr hcn slio o
I m n (oily a fact o
which ulio allliu- 2
titn to lh ind of Ayer's llalr Vlcor. It 0
thlclcans the urowtli of tho liair nmt o
rmloron ray hair to Its original color g
I cannot eo how this preparation couM o
lio lniprovr.l"-Mrs. 1'. U. IlAKKjt Oal- o
vrntnn Trial. 0
Ayer's Hair Vigor S
VHV.VAUKU KV g
m i n Avpn Jt rn inwrif kam o
NMWIMINWIIMIIIMIXHiMHtimnilXIMKIIHIIMNMlin
TIME TABLE.
Guir Colorado find Santa Tt Tl'y.
so dim iioi;m.
vl.ihl'Bloliliii'l Clilcaxo K.xprraa
Uehuniu nml Kama. City f.voi'i
1.11 h. in
'.' 1 1. ii'.
NOIilll HOUND.
Rnlvrnlnn and lllilfatrn EM'f
Cleburne uii'l Kihiku Clly liiprra
11.21a. pi-
J. 17 a. mi
I. It. Masiix Ticket Ag't
W. y. Kkk..n lien l'ntH. Ag't.
Arrival nnit Dcimrturr. IT. 8 Malls.
Eolith boiii'tl mull closes A:40 p. m.
South bound until arrives fi:i: p. in.
North bound until oloHct. 10 a. m
Northbound innil nnives 10-'iOn. m.
N'lirlit nmlls ii ro closed til H.ilO p. m.
Money order department Is open
it H :i. in. mid eloHud at ' p. in.
OluVu lioiiiN fn.ni S n. in. to ft p. in.
MmdtiVH IVoiii '2:'M p.m. to'.:SU p. in.
John S IIahmhi V. M.
Sn.MMKUS Hahhv lieputy.
CJIUUC1I DiHEOTORY.
CimifTiAX Ciieiiril--t'rn1cy fitr"'t 'or.
vice. I'triv Lonl'H ill"' nl II 00 n. m an.) b 1.1 1
it in fiin lny Srhool. O Jl n I'myrr
Mi-ctlnz fwry WHnpiJy 8 1 i m. Choir i
linu'll'V .vtv I'rhlKT rrnlujt S IS Ji. in. !
l.mllrM. Mil Mithitv i.vi.rv 'riicitthiv nlla-rnnnlint I
llip uiimrh. 1 1. in. Mil" tivl r.ii-ial inrcllnt
liven 'tiiiiiilnr nlitiit nt )ilacit announcrd oarti
.onl'a ilav. "(nilcerk' ini'itliM ItiM I.onl'a
ilnv III vurli moiilli. All iiru cnltrilly lnvllc I
In nil ai-rvlrva. I Ii Mnenn. SuPtrlntMnli'nt
Sunday fieliool Volnrj .loliiiwii t'uttor j
V'inr lletir t!mmcii.-lir'n'lwiv fiwi. 1
Servlvim ct.'ry Minda tit llui.i in .ml t oj ;
p. m I'rnyqr iiiuimIiil' Wnliica liij vthiIh i
t H I'r.lorU Him l.iv "eli ml at in n in. Choir '
lirtu-llCtf Kriday vtisiiiiUi. ut' ii'clorfe c. I
sni'ihl.tliil.l I'unnr. O If. Hro. Cltik. V
lllll 3Un'rliilmiili'iit.
.':vio .sociz;i'it:.s.
Myrlle Inlnn S'n 7. K of I'. merit i'Vitt
Thttrxlar nlnlit at Hull in jolt inili t
limu. r.mrl nlmt. VUltlny Knlshl. cur-
llnll) liivll.il.
W. i:. Mdiri.vi.v. U. C
.1. T linn cm K. It. .t S.
Anlniore liJn No. XI A.V. tout A.
imi.tk In their hall on south t'a'tlo Mfrt. thr
lir.t KaturiUy night hi acli month on or he-
fori' the mil moo
II. II. I "ion "iithlptu Matr.
. i.ru.i.iMT -icreini-j.
Ai-ilinori' Chae'er No. II. Hiiynl Arch Ma-
i)li. inert In llnlr hall over W 'iHlliitnii
Mmv lliu fourth Thuraitiiv nlifhtln euch innnth. .
U II. iliiieK llUhl'rtt-kt. I
A II. .Sii.MMAN.tfrervtnry. I
Ardmorn C'niiii .No. 11 Wooimn of Urn J
WorSd. m.ii'U In their r.irest at Whltllnlon '
llall every krujn.l mul rourlli Monday nlKhls J
In ".n-'i month. Vhdtln boverilgui Invlliil lit
atieiiii.
C. II. Kkmiiiick round tMiinnaudur
(itiiHur. IIkaii ilcr
AdvortifO in llie Anlmoioito
Wagner Palace buffet sleeping gae3
. . . AMD . . .
Free Reclining Chair Cars
IBrom Texas
TO
St. Louis Kansas City
and Chicago
i HaVlntielcso connection with fast trains o:
l.'astorn and Northern Hues fur
! Now York Boston Philadelphia
Buffalo Montreal and St. Paul.
Tho "Katy" now rum to Pt. Louis over its
own rail. And Is tnoonlycontiiiuousllno
from Deep IVotor to
St. Louis Kansas City and Hannibal.
SERVICE UHSURPASSED.
I
Jnlunr.atlou cUuurlully turuUhod by
j iamus n.i!ia;n w.o.cnuau
f..ijr.ii.iii Tux.t.iT..rs
UliliO.1. tsv
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE
'lWTTHISTiFF
mm
... TO ALL POINTS .. .
WAS A MJjCUL-.i "
An Knjlti lUU ViUn V.i' o R '
hii Orljlcui no iil.s.'
A curloun cuso win dIeusoiMn an
pDCllsh court tveently. ays th
)oolorj' Wookly. It fnvolvoJ n
iUutloii wliother?'liiluntloii!dAl.-.osi)
tlon whu pructlcod In l.iUni; u
irateb and clmlu ns "(Jobl Wotch ond
Chriln " 'I'lio obvious laonnluo; of
tlio wordliiR. and one to wlileti no
exception con bo taken wa tlmt
botli tlio nrtlclox wor3 of gold A
olcrcyman pajtiiR tlio Htoro In tlio
window of which thoy woro dIplaod
eaw tlio uluni' "(ioIiI Wn'tch bnt)
Cliuln.prioo i:i5'31g.Ca" (about .
C'oiiHblurliig tlio burpaln uncommonly
cboap lio oponcd overtures or u
puroliitDO. Iloforo luwovor putting
Upon it tlio final clinch ho demanded
a written K'tnritntoo that tho quality
of both wateh anil ehitln wan oxaetty
Hi represented. Tlirunt Into an uk1.V
position tho dealnr was forced to
confetti that tho nlgn'n pJroiiolo'y
wan decoptlvo; tho chain waa not
Kold. Tho adinl.'tlnn in thfrf Inetnnco
uiih frank. 'Iho indignant clergy
man initdo diino strongly portl-
nont rcnuirki). Angered at being
entrappod und remonstrHtod with
tho utore-lreoper throiitdned to ojicl
tila Imnitsltor. Hut he iniido a iad
error hi rnraclng tlio elorlcal uiisto.
in or who it appear bad paccd tho
iinlVerolty with llylng colors ns a
finished athlete
'Look here." said the old gymnast.
"I dou't WHiit to take advantage of
you but If you lay a finger on mo I'll
trim' you round tbo ibop. You may
take bomo pertona to be old womon
but you aro in tho wrong box thin
time."
Further tho would-bo ejector did
not venture. A policeman was sum-
inuood and tho dealer arrontod. Tho
magistrate Unci) him aftor whloh ho
eour.-od bla way homo a sadder and
a much wiser man.
ALL FOR NOTHING.
lMh4 Lady Had llrr I'uraa What
Mor-
Coil il the Waal.
An En;Hb Udy. walking down tho
Lung 'Arno in I'lorence mUecd her
purse 'iho suspicious raorotnnti
of a man iu front made her boldly
demand the etoleu property. To i
amazed to refuse tho thief handed
over tho puroo. Indignant at such
broad-duy robbery tho lady t-toppod
un elegantly dreesod gentleman and.
lu c.u!W tonoJ bogan to Dour out
hor crlovanco. Jlerely waiting to
hear "that man stole my puruo." tho
gallant Italian rushed after th.t
thief who promptly took to hid
heole. Thoy had a good run befor
Iho thief could dodgo bis purtuer Tho
Min of a Bummer day tldl net help
tbo polite Florentine to kop cool
bo red-facod and out ol breath he
turned back to meet tbo English
lady with profuse apologies. "Mad-
am I am ver. very sor.y. T dltl ray
bost but your put-bo Is gono. " "Oh
no!" she replied. Bweotly "I have
my purso. I got It back from the
man." "Sot your purio back! Tor
Haccol What did you want then'"'
"Want! Why I want justlco." It
was too much oven for provorblal
Italian urbanity and almojt chok-
ing with buddon wrath ho ganpefi
out: "Justlco! To think I ahould
have run myaolf Into a pornplratlou
tor justice."
I
Hip -hut Hint Off
A prominent Englishman. Lord D.
nnd a provorblal haior of America
nnd American wai dining lately in
lw with tbo IJi Itlsh minister and
next to him at the tabic was a noted
Newport belle. .Miss X. Tbo con-
vortatlon hail drifted to a dincueslon
of things American. It is needless
to gay that Lord D. made some pretty
dieiigreoabltj romurks about some
Americans bo had mot and tomo
Yiinkeo cuutoms ho abhorred. "Why
d'ic know" ho continuod with an
nlmosl nnpardouablo want of tnet
'that at somo of tho placet I dined
in America I Haw people cat with
their knives and spill their soup on
tho tablecloth ?'' Miss X. was thor-
oughly provjkod y this tlmo ana
hho reiilicd with apparent unconcuru
"What poor IntteiM ol Introduction
yot must Imvo had my lord." Thoro
was no more unploaiant talk about
Amerlcu that evening. Harper's
ltui'.ar.
tlror.
(irog a mlxturo of spirits and
water was so culled from Admiral
Vernon a distinguished llritlsdi
sailor lio always woro a grogram
coat and was called "Old (Jrog" by
his Hallors. He Introduced tho ration
of spirits Into the navy bill of faro
and tho mixture at onco rcoelvcu his
nlcknuino.
Artl.tlrally llamllcil.
"Did you hear about young D'Art
tho china painter?"
"Xo; what Is iV
"Ho has been served like his owa
China."
"How Is that?"
"His wife's father fired him."
A llrotlior'a Thaory
Little Dot -Ihu'i papa rich?
Little Dick Yen every body says so.
Little Dot -Then why doen be say
be wants me to learn how to ouru
my own lvllng wbon 1 grow up?
Little Dick So some cue will
marry you I guess.
1 All !oeecli flri.ilr.
Miss Winslow I'm very glad you
called Mr. Walker.
I Mr. Walker Oh thanks nwiully.
1 Miss Wlnslmv. more ' tmthuslas
tlcally Yes I am bo dolighteil to
i have cecn that lwuiilKul dug of yourx.
! Truth.
llllaiar.il liiiriir
"I don't believe that uunt of uiluo
knows she has a moustache "solllo.
qujzed young Sfoonnmoro "and. It's
boon' rlght' untlnr'ber'iioM' for th
last twenty-flvo years."
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