The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 73, Ed. 1, Sunday, January 26, 1902 Page: 8 of 8
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SAV NOBLE RECEIVER
le Big New S
JUST received a few of the ad-
vanced styles in Frenc h Ging-
hams. Madras cloth white goods.
India Linons. Persian Lawns in
both plain and the new lace effects.
Anything and everything you may want
in Embroideries. We now have on display
undoubtedly the prettiest line ever shown by
any one concern. Don't fail to attend our
Embroidery Sale this week. Beautiful edges
adn Insertings at 2c per yard to $1.50.
We are now showing a beautiful line of
Muslin Underwear for both ladies and chil-
drenand the prices we ask for these beauti-
ful Ready-Made Garments is no more than
the raw material would cost you.
DRY GOODS CO.
CHANGE IN COURT DOCKET.
Hereafter the Civil Docket Will
Heard First. Court Order.
It ant been demand expedient by
the court to change tke order or act-
ting th various dockets U tke dte-
trtct that kas aeretofor prevaHel
and hereafter tk ch docket will
At Calestaska etrtt docket first
At Rra cirfl docket ftrst tkree
At Farccll drtl docket tm thr-e
At Pub Valley rirfl dock tot
the first two weeks begiaaiag atarca
21. lXtt. aad tk erteslaal docks for
the followta Una mdu o( the
At Ardmore. tke etrll docket will
be set for tk tm two sad ones If
-weeks of tke lerst keglniilng May 5.
All defendant sad wftaeaM I-
Hminal cases are expected to obey
their boads sad .subpoenas without
reference to this notice
The newspapers" throughout fie
district are requested to publish this
notice for tke benefit of their patro.
U. S. Ally.
Every ounce yoa pay for Is good
clean coal when you bur frnm Laid-
law Lumber company. They solicit
your trade. 13tf
The most desirable reafcic&ce prop-
trty In tke city kltuated t the corner
ffth avenue aad N. Washington St..
being No. 6S .consisting of Are-room
cottage lou lUxlto feet. Apply oa
Splegl Is la tke bust nose and will
selt you cake cheaper than you can
make it Fruit cake SI te 40 eeats
per poead. jj-tf
More Is cteisned for tke White Ele-
pneat bucgy. more te expected of them
and those who purchase them are
nerer disappointed. They are absolute
!y the Wt bogsy oa the market. tMf
WILLIAMS. CORHN & CO
Dr. Ilkholson's h Denial Rooms are Nov
Complete will Every Modern Convenience
found in the larger cities at prices the same ns St. Louis and Chicaco
Our methods strictly painless. We especially solicit difficult cases of
Dentistry. We do not work for nejjros. Come to us for the best;
we do no cheap work but guarantee everything to be perfect and if
not perfect we refund your money. Prompt and cartful attention to
all pitients coming to us. We treat all alike
Dr. J. fl NICHOLSON Mgr. Nicholson Painless Dental Parlors
Rooms I and a over Banner & Bonner between Drs yon Keller
aad FoUora Ardmore I. T.
Notice cf Bankruptcy Sale.
Notice is hereby siren that I w!U
proceed to sell at public auctloa to
tke highest bidder upon terms of one-
half cash aad one-hair parable In SO
days tke Keener & Mason stock of
amekaadlse aad notes aad accooats
la front of what is knows as tke Ke-
aer I: Maeoa building. In tke towa of
Franks. Chickasaw Nation. Indian Ter
ritory oa the 1st day of February
iswt. rae deferred payment ot one-
half to be rrideaced by proaUssorT
aote satisfactory secured aad to bear
interest at tke rate of tea per cent
frost date uatil paid.
Trustee ta Baakrupicy
Dr. fickols. will be at tke Whitting
toa. Monday Jan. 17 th. Prom 1 to 4 p.
as. Practice Umlt to diseases of tke
eye. ear. nose aad throat. ?2-H
E. B. Pug
Two cars jf Toa Red rest-proof
wts. 1 car Bariy Amber Caae. 1 car
big German Millet. I car White aad
Yela- Corn. Irish Potatoes aad all
hiads of Garden Seeds U balk. Next
door to E. B. Push's fruit ataad. 17 at
Splegle Is the man you want to see
If its cakes you want. Finest fruit
cakes on earth at from ! to 10 cats
a pound. Sec Spelgle. 13 U
That fancy lump coal of Laldlaw's
Is going awful fast. Wf
Finest fruit cakes you ever saw at
Splogles from H to 4 cents per
The partsershlp heretofore eilstiag
betweea N. Corset! aad F. D. Coraeil
aad doing a geaeral mercaaadi-e bus
ses at Dorwood. I. T under tt arm
aame of N. Cornell aad Soa te this day
dissolved by mutual coameaL Y D.
Ooraell will coatlaae la bsadaeas aad
will matte all tk business of tke old
N. CORNS LL.
r. D CORXKIL.
Dursooil. I. T. Jan. 17.
BIS II IQ 1
j MARCH 26. THE DAY SET FOR THE
tojms Wa ft a :&rm. MmrtztfA His
SfepJivjfeer. Tncrn te omuritc
tfe Gtnse Aianuups- v
t yanra of
crt- on tk isik day of uxy. u ta
the comiT aear awn. Tke rrtdoan m
th tk foOownsg maa. in
Oa tke 13tk of May. loe.
o. eh stand his Jttepdasnmter foras
r" eatlas dirt .or saad. He strack
tT oa tke side of tk head vita
a piece of petal: or wood aad tke blow
"Red tke child.
Seeias; tax tk ckM was dead tk
idea of barsmar tke body m order that
it mlgkt be ismuied from tk gas.
f Myoa eosakag ta ocemred to aim.
He acted at oace aad mij
the yet wane body of his
rtepdaogkter across tk stick'.
From some caase or btker ft
body was nerer baraed aa. hat a
rwcood before pack damag was
The tectimoay of attosdias phrsictns
say that the body bore sagas of oeii.
assaulted before tke murder wh! b
charge was not broaxbt as ininm
Binyon during his trial
Rufus Bin you was arrested snd
thought to Ardmore aad pat ia Ja.i.
where he has been ever since. Your re-
porter saw him at tke time aad he s J-
mitted hariag comuUtted the crime.
About tea days ago Binyon was pu.
on trial aad aotwitkmaadlas ate at-
torneys tried hard to make tt apper
that the negro was crasy. from tke rer-
dlct of tke Jury they signally failed
for tke Jury was not out more than a
kalf hour before they retaraed' witk
a verdict of "guilty." They did not
reconunead tke mercy of tke court but
said that he was "guUtr. la maaaer
aad form as caarged in tke ladl-t-menc"
Yesterday his attorneys made a mo-
tion for a aew trial which was over-
ruled by Judae Towascsm. Tk defend
aat took his exceptions aad was al-
lowed 0 days la which to file a bill
Judge Towaaead then sentenced tke
prisoner. He was naked if ae had any
thing to say why tke sentence of death
should not be passed upon aim.
Binyon replied that if he killed ike
child he didn't know It aad tried to
look a little crasy.
The conn then bad him to stand up
aad pronounced the sentence of death
upon him. settiag March H2. as tke
day. when tke marsaal shall lake him
and heag him by tke aeck until he te
dead. dead. dead addlag. "May God
have mercy on your souL"
It is thought by some tket tke sow
eminent will Interfere and Binyon will
not knag but unless sometklag dees
happen la Binyon i behalf he will pat
to a practical teat the gallows lying
la tke jail yard made a few voars
ago bat wklck has aerer been used
Ardmore Coal Co alter this wtk
ww sett coal at il.M per toa 10W
poaadc for ti.Ob. Pbea 79.
We Found Good Schools.
Aa Ardssoreite reporter te Jest in
from a trip through tke country and
reports everything la a sou rightly
ctMsditioa. especially tke schools.
At Brock a fioartehia? IkUe towa.
etgkt miles soetkweat of Ardmore. w
found everybody happy aad Prof.
Beard reported te us 100 enrolled sta-
deals witk aa average attendance af
SO. and stated that tke sekoot was
Friday by special invitation we
visited tke Utile towa of Elk. tweatv-
eigkt miles aorthweot of here aad
tkere. too. w found evarytMsg ag
O K. Mere w foaad a seawof of 172
studeain. witk aa average attend;
of 117. Tke sckool te under tke
arement of Prof and Mrs. Oonway.
Good schools always speak well for
a rommaalty. aad tke Ardmorest te
glad to make sack reports.
The roads In tke country are good
aad we foaad meatr of stock watar
betweea Elk aad Woodford. Cattle
are doing welt ee the raage.
Ardmore Coal Co alter this week
will sell coal at tlM per ton load
pounds for IS.W. Phone 79.
U. D .C. Meeting.
Daughters of Confederacy will mm
at Mrs. C. M. Campbell's with Miss
Simpson on North Washington.' on
Wednesday afternoon at 3: JO o'clock.
MIIS. W. T. NKO.S. tkcy.
Of tftt J. K. Bara Ettate Will Sk
Tke Wertkeiaser-Swaru Shoe C
Riee-Ua Co. Gauss Sbefcoa Hit C.
woa. Cou all at St.
petition the court sad rwoeet-
faOy show that tkey are tk trttHm
of tk estate of J X Bandl te tke ea-
temt of about 3a. that tke said J.
X. amran wan adsdjsd a
by tk coan on tk ttrd of
Taerefore the creditors
tke aaentatmeat of a tees-
sr J. K.
a aad oat Ik exact
dWoa of tke estate. Tke auoes. as the
wta be rzpoosd for sale la
retail at aot teas laaa am root of
recmri will ae resmeated to
resort oa February -rd. 1M
skow a staieasft of tke dteao-
sMoa of all tk moasy; made by said
Barall within sack period at may be
deetgaated by tke recatrer. Oa tke 3rd
of February tke creditors betac ta
paaisamon of tate iaforasatica. wOI
thee be able to say want disposition to
snake of tke noods.
w tk meaaUss-. Sam NoMe has
bean a pp orated recalm tor J. N. Bar-
all aad has mad a iU.eae head for
the fait&ful performance of his da-
hQp Q nail Warners &
l .Jfi "dir TbptaPsnni
otovt auidijUorita.tlWe are not
cotnc to handle thA in the future
Weoffertheni lose pTQ- noJ
as they last at U CO pall
The Si? Pmox Co
W. C. T. U. Attraction.
A r-! mo re ladies atd members of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
aare secured a date with sirs. Trego
who will deliver a lecture at tke Cum
ber laaJ Presbyteriar. church oa Febra
ary 2. Mrs. Trego is accomptteking
much good la behalf of tke temper
ance caase as will be seen by tke fol
lowing from tke Shawnee. O. T.
Mrs. Trego s closing address last
night drew aa. aocieace which pack
ed tke opera house from footlighu to
gallery every available seat beiag
ailed aad ma ay persons staadlag dur
ing the address.
mrs. irego's auatess was a serere
arraignment of the liquor truSc. th
eaaetlag clause of tke Uatted States
constitution beiag used throughout
the address to show where the frame
is at Tarlaace witk Aemrtcan insthu
turns. Assuming that Oklahoma is
soon to don tke toga of statehood
Mrs. Trego closed by expressing tke
nope that tke young State would start
right by haTiag tke first constitution
such that tke traflir may be outlawed
trgm tke beginning which sentiment
was received by a burst of applause
At the close of tke addre- tou'
abstinence pledge cards were ci. -ulst
ed. 117 signatures being received
The woman's Christian Temncnnn
Lalon also received several applies
tions for memberskiti.
St. Philip's Church Services.
Sunday. January Septnagesima.
ounuaj scaooi at io a. m.. morning
prayer litany aad sermon at 11 a. m.
choral ?vea&oag and sermon at 7 JO.
H. T. ADAMS. Student In Char?.
4 bars for 10c
some sweet scented toilet soap that
we picked np at a bargain. Worth
?f'JS.4 bars for 10c
The Sio Simox Co.
If you are one or our coal customers
you are pleased with your coal if
you are sot one of our customers we
ask you for a trial order.
Utf La Id law Lumber Co.
Tke Woman Guild of St Philip's
Kptecopal church will meet with Mrs.
J. X. PuUiam. corner B street aad 1st
southwest. Tuesday after-
at S o'clock.
MISS BMJLAK OREKX Sec'y.
Licensed to Wed.
L. P. SevelL ii Kffie E. Smith it.
C. C. Moraa. 1. MatUe Byrne. S.
Bd dam. SS. Amelia Clement ii.
75c for 40c
lour or ive baadrad hoys' bau that
sen everywkor lor 7te Buy thera now
at ide eack.
SC-St ED RINGER.
The weather forecast for Oklahoma
and Indian Territory till 5. p. m. to
day Is rain or snow turning mucn
colder In the afternoon.
Snow is reported falling In Kansas
Nebraska Colorado Dakota and Wyo
Go 'Way Back
in an Easy Rocldng Chair
The pleasure will be mutual You get
the comfort and we get the profit. . .
C. R. JONES
Advertisements under this bead will
be received at the rate of fire (5i
coats per line. No advertisement re-
ceived for less than ftf tees cents ( 15
cents. Special monthly rates furnish-
ed oa application. The notice may
coatsia aay matter of "Lost.'
Foaad." -For Rent." For Sale.
"Stolen." "Strayed." or assy purpose
without display Uses.
WAXTKD To trade lumber for
backs. Will make it aa obie-t
lo you. w
WA.NTBD To sell my home on
OdmsralsiUr Hr-P. HVET-TS.-
WANTED A maa and wtt with-
out children) to do general vorl
about a place. Apply tate oace.
WAXTKD A wosaan to do general
housework. Apply at tke residence of
C F. Fraley. - s.tf
WAXTKD Woman to do general
housework or a nurse for a baby at
once. Mrs. Clarence Trnelove. ont-
stte Leon hoteL 7U
WANTED Clean white cotton ra?
at tke Ardmorelte o3ce.
LOST A gold thimble on Eighth
avenue between North Washlng'on
aad Caddo streets. Finder will be i
warded by returning to this office
FOR SALE Four 115 shares in
Red River Telephone Co. Line in
spleadTd condition. Connsctloo with
the Southwestern Telephone Co..
Mteaoari & Kansas Telephone Co..
and with the Chickasaw Telephone
Co. Address at once J. D. Taliaferro
Leon. L T. -St
FOR RK.VT Store house on V
Mala street three doors east of court
house. 55-tf) A. D. CHASE.
FOR RK.VT A six-room house
close In. Apply Garrett & Bias-
FOR RENT A nice salt of rooms
over ay store. R. W. RacdoL 11-tf
FOUND Near Banks school house
ladies cape. Owner can have same
by describing property aad laying
for this notice at Ardmorelte office
FOUND A physicians case contain
lug hypodermic Instruments. Apply
The Ladles Aid Society of the
Ctntral Baptist church wMl meet with
Mrs. Steuey Sugg Tuesday January
2S. at 3 p. ta. All members are urgeo
to come aad bring scissors needle
thimble and thread with which to di
some special work now on hand.
Mrs. T. A. THURMOND. Prer.
MRS. W. C BAKER. Sec.
noil W a r n e r s &
Glove fitting Corsets. We are not
coins; to handle these makes in the
fntnre. Offer them KOrk nn;H
Iobc as they last at "OU pail
The Sio Simon Co.
The Indies Aid Society of the Cum-
bermad Presbyterian enures will
raoat witk Mrs. Rebtaso&.'next Wed-
tiMOs. m. Instead of Tue-
Utey. as heretofore aaaouaced. The
raeetiBg te for Bible study and all
members are urge to be present.
Mrs. H. C. POTTBRF. President.
Good eoal sells fast cause It's the
quality ythat does It. Laidtaw has the
Order Eastern Star.
The regular meeting of Ardmore
Chapter No. 70. Order of Eastern
Star will be held In Masonic temple
Monday evening January 27. at 7:30
o'clock. Routine and Degree work. All
visiting members of the order In the
city In good standing are cordially In-
vited to meet with us N
MRS. EVA SNYDER W. Matron.
D. T. NISBETT. Secretary.
They know where the
best Shoes in the city can
be bought for the least
Wise fasjers m cssslut
?;arcrs of Sfcses (rcn
I if n n
L Jf II II Man
Tfce ficest of
for sale br
W I N IN
Main St.. Arimore.
For COUGHS and
. Wampole's Cod
Cough Syrups Ga-
The Inventions of
the Nineteenth Cen-
tury will save Mary
Certuries of labor in ages to come
True above all things of the
flo Ubcr saving Invents
worker. It enables him to c
v rr . - " t ' J
haif the labor
and in half
327 Broadway Now York
OKLAHOMA CITY BRANCH
112 North Robinson Street.
King of Ardmore
Registekkd Jersey Bull.
Sire Big Rock; Dam Duchess
Will stand for the season for
C. McCOY 8th Ave. JsW.
Look out for the unique Valentine
market to be given by the Ladies ot
the FSnt Baptist church February 11.
!J. F. G
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