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Tor Everything in the Jewelry Line it Pays to See Carson, the Jeweler.
LY ARDMOREITE VOL. II. ARDMORE, CHICKASAW NATION, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1891. NUMBER 13. DAI because we are a low priced house that we do not handle fine goods we have the stock of Gainesville when it comes to perfect fitting feLOTHIHO'.lfYLISH HATS, HOBBY CAPS,) Warm, and Serviceable Underwear, White Negligee and Flannel Shirt's, Collars, Cuffs, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs and Gloves, all the very latest styles. COME AND SEE US, WE will show you the best stock of Men's Furnishing in the city. STO X U M BROS.. One Agents for Knox Hats, Mothers' Friend Shirt Waist. (J.UNHSVILLH, TEXAS. - Fire! Fire!! Fire"' HedfWd will give you good aihlce. In time of prosperity prepare for adversity. 10 1 w If you want ,t good boarding house, either by day or week, W. U. Kllgore. of the .Sherman hotel, can sutiply vour want. Try him. back of Whit tlngton brick. 24 tf If you don't know where to go to gut a good meal, or a good boarding bouse, try the Central hotel, and ever afterward you will stop therj. (!tf tSSTFIno line of California fruits con stantly on hands at Julius Kahn's. Hoard either by day or wok ot Sher man hotel. First class fare and reas onable rates. Hack of Whlttlngton brick. :M tt tfSTiJo to Julius ICahn for the best cigars and tobacco In the city. If you want to buy tine mares or milieu, go to the Ardmoro Livery Stjible. South Caddo street. 15 t f Accidents will happen and tires will occur In the bust regulated families. It will cost you but little and pay you well to get protection at Lue Kecltield Agency. 10 lw When you are too busy to go honu for dinner drop In at O'Mealy foru nice luucli. tf First class In every respect Is the Central hotel. Nice, clean beds and table supplied with the best the mar ket affords. 0 tf Look for the ad. next week telling "you all about Splegle it Co's bakery. 7 lw Wantuu A few day boarders In private family. Apply at once to this olllce. lie sure and call at T. 11. Parker's and Inspect the new Hue of silverware Good wives, unless you arc wealthy, nd vise your husbands to go to the Ucdtleld Insurance Agency and take out a policy, life, accident and tire, an lth-H hi onuSJta 1. 10 lw tKT I m not ted Holland herring In oil Just received at Julius Kahn's. HtaulTenberg's Is the place for the very latest In tailor made' suits. Give him a triah 8 Im For the best and latest In business or dress suits go to .Siaulfenburg, the fashionable tailor. 81m Wan run Wood in exchange for . Mib-wrlptlun to the Weekly Audmohe nn. 100 cords will be thus accepted. For boots and shoes go to C. Moss, ltn For a nice, clean shave go to tho Central barber elip, tt Fur reaLp.state, for cheap property, call on J. II. Ingram. 1 lm O'Mealy receives weekly shipments of iilank & llros. delicious bon bons and chocolates, and dally shipments of Bno fruit. 3 tf Berwick Bay oysters. "Scents per 100 at COUUT STItEBT MAItlUiT. lt g3T50O Fresh oysters received dally at Julius Kalm's 1 cent each. For boots and shoes go to 0. Moss, lm 6-jrGo to Julius Kahn's for some thing toothsome In the way of confec tionery. (3-Fresh pig's feetat Julius Kahn's. For boots and shoes go to C. Moss. lm Pure leaf lnrd. fresh, at COURT think for a momentthat 'rice. Ed Clapp, Fine Shoes, Special attention to mall orders. MEDICAL EXAMINING HOARD. Mooting With tho Support of all Rajiutnblo Phj-4lclan tMnit ho Esnmlnnil or Cenm Practtc. Doctors Folsom and Hardy, of tho medical examining board for Chicka saw Nat Ion called on the Akomoukitk this morning. From them It was learned the board Is meet lug with the co-operation of the physlcans of the nation to a most satisfactory degree. All the resident practlctloners have have compiled with the law and a great niauy of those from outside points. The board expects to give every one In the Chickasaw Nation a fair show, hence they will make a tour of the country visiting all the principal towns and examining applicants. If in idea Im taken root In the minds of any that the law will no be execut ed they had Just as well disabuse their mental faculties of such hallucina tion. 'J lie physicians who have complied will organize themselves Into a med- cal association for the purpose of aid ing the board In seeing that the law is observed. This Is light. Of all Impostors a medical quack Is the most dangerous, for he deals with tho lives of all on whom he practices his Ignorance. Kvery reputable and competent physician will cheerfully comply with the law to the letter and the notice to those who fall or re fuse to do sojto cease practice Is right and Just. The AtiDMonKiTE Is with the board tooth and too nail. From Tishomingo. Specie to Anlroort'lte. Tishomingo, I. T., Nov. oth, 1891 Another day has passed and nothing fu.ther than arraneKg the docket of the court and continuing some cases to tho next torm of court has been done, everything is progressing nicely. There Is a church festival hero tonight and a good time Is anticipated by the young people. 1 have been trying all day to get a quarter to satisfy the In ner man as well as the church, but so far I have niado a complete failure. I have an Invitation tonttend a "Tan- cheposhofa" tomorrow.about six miles cast of Tishomingo city, where lean be fed freo If I will only dance. From tho number of olllcers sent out this morning armed with citations summons &c, it seems thnt we will havo one of the largest courts that has been held hero for several years. The court and oilleers are determined to Bhow the people of tho Chickasaw nation that there tire some Jaws that should bo respected. Frank Vox, tho commercial lawyer of the Chickasaw nation, Is registered at Hotel Ynnnoy. Hon. J. M. Franklin, an attorncy-at-law, came In this evenlngon thestago from Durant, I. T. He has not regis tered yet but from tho looks of his bundles ho can stay any where ho chooses. II ix. Attention K. of P'. All mcmliers of Knights of Pythias are requested to meet Friday night at Avhlttlngton Hall. Business of lm portance. It. W. Ciioatk, C. C. 8 2t From present Indications, It would appear that the criminal docket at the next term of court will be over run with cases of disosltlon of tnort ftngcri property. From some of tho oftlcers It Is learned there was never bofoJe so great a number of this char acter of violations of the law as are dally coming to light. Notice to Physician. Physicians who have not compiled with the medical law of the Chicka saw nation, are hereby notilled to dis continue the practice of medicine un til they have fully compiled there with. Immediate action will be taken against all violators who do not recog nize the requirements of the Med lea: law. 1. AV. Folsom, M. 1). l'res. Wai.tku IIaudv. M. I). .See. 0.v It. Mautin, M. 1). 10 lv Ardmoro, 1. 'P., Nov. It), 'HI. iKTDrlng your bucket and 5 cents and get live oysters at Julius Kahns's. Drawuliial Brownleall Call at T. 11. Parker's and buy n Hrownle, If you wish to be In style. Hrownies of all kinds at T. II. Par ker's. (Jet in the push nnd got your self one. Waxti:i Wood in exchange for subscription to the Weekly Aitiutoui:- itk. lOOcords will bo thus accepted. flu 1 1 r't en'a fill n nlnn liriltnil trout, snrln chicken with cream, era- vy and etc. tf Get vour hair cut In first class style at the Central barber shop, W. L. Thomas, proprietor. tf WhntKlu Aro Thoj-? A correspondent who doubtless has befuddled his brain In trying to solve the riddle asks the the Audmokkitk to submit for a correct solution the following: There was a young man married a widow Inly, and some y?ars after this marriage a brother of Ids married his step-daughter, the daughter of the widow he married, now I want to know what kin their children will be. The way I llguro It out, Is that one of them Is the grand-father of his broth ers children while they should be his nephews and nieces. Any Informa tion that you can give will be thank fully received by your friend, His. T. H. Parker, Jeweler. Solicitor Wnutoil. A good solicitor for the Whkkly AitD.MOiiWTK, can secure prolitable .inployment by calling at this olllce. Must be the right man for the busi ness. O'Mealy is now prepared to servo short orders. You cati get Nice gulf ilsh. Spring chicken. Choice steaks. Chops, game, oystcrs'and etc. 3 tf Fresh cream puHs made dally at Splegle & Co.'s bakery. 0-1 wk Wantud Wood In exchange fo subscription tothe Weekly A kujioiii: iti:. 100 cords will be thus accepted. Fresh bread nnd buns dally for din ner and supper at Splcglc & Co., the oaKera i iw GTGo to Julius Kahn's for ihe choicest canned goods In tho market Short orders a specialty at Spleglo ixcos. upon iinyanti nigiit. 7 iw K?rCo to Julius Kahn for all the popular Territorial drinks. Fresh California fruits received dally at Spleglo & Co's bakery. 7 lw tGo to Julius Kahn's for Limbur ger, Swltzer, and American cheese. RKsuiKNCH Wanted I want to rent a 4 room residence centrally lo catcd. J. W. Golledge. T. H. Parker, Jeweler. TO It SALE CIIHAP A number of lots in Southeast Ardmore. Apply to J. 11. Penninoton. 2tf MONEY TO LOAN D,ctrl Soo Robt. Hoffman at T. II. Parlior't To retain an abundant head of hair of a natural color ton good old age, the hygiene of the scalp must bo ob served. Apply Hall's Hair Itcnower. lw See tho Brownie worn by tho Aim MOitHiTi: circulator. T. II. Parker has them. Hugh Quinn, carpontor and joinor, contractor and builder, shop back of Rinor & Soivaliy's, on Main stroot. Otf "N'antki) Wood lu exchange for subscription to the "Weekly Aiidmohe ite. 100 cords will bo thus accepted. If you want a reliable dyo that will color an even brown or black, and will please nnd satisfy you every time, uso micklnghum's Dyo for tho whiskers. 1 T. H. Parker, Jeweler". TALE OF TVO D ABIES. Trim 9orjr nf ItuMnn Mr llrlntnl lL.lcllflr C'ultrKr Olrl. Tho ear wns crowded when I reached it, and there was only one vncnnt Kent lu tho front, which 1 was glnd to occu py. Just ns I settled bark, with n sigh of satisfaction, oven beforo I hnd n chance to become curious nbont my neighbor, 1 heard from tho rrnr of tho car a baby's trctfnl cry nnd n wearied mother's volco trying to soothotho tticd child. Mingled with these mhiiuLs cmnu n peeond mother's tone, drawling but complacent. "Ned," she said, "henr thnt poor lit tlo slflg try. Ned is u deed baby. lie never cries I" Of course my curiosity was nronscd, nnd I turned to rvo tho rival babies nnd .their mnmmns. Tho fussy littlo ono was in full sight. Onu rosy cheok. rested on tho shoulder of it neat but travel stainod llttlo woman. Tho pretty, baby blno oyea wcni filled with tears, the chubby llttlo follow was sticking his thumb nud doing his best to jo to sleep, but tho time nnd tho piaco wcro against him. The patient, dark eyes of tho mother rested lovingly on tho sweet, troubled fnco of her boy ns bho rocked him softly tit her urnis. All this I saw in n moment, mid I then tried to look beyond this interest iug mother nnd her unturnl boy to thnt wonderful baby that novcr cried and to Ills proud parent. I could not sea them, however, becatiho tho restless little bend hid them from me, but every now nud then there enmo to my ear tho IiukIi of ono voice, followed by tho proud touo of tho other. At hist tho trnlu stopped with ono of those backing, bumping motions with which wo nro nil familiar. Theu the terrified pcrcnm of tho thoroughly nroucd baby mndo tho nervous mother hasten to loavo tho enr as quickly us possible. Following her nud close bo lilnd her was n fnt woman, with wrin kles iii tho back of herncck nndn large, show' hat. Bho lifted her baby up with ono jeweled hand, nud ns slio kissed him on tho pug nose drawled out: "Ned'H n dooil boy. Ned'H mamnin s own sweet, precious doggie," L'cutou Globa BEWARE OF FRESH OLIVES. How a CAltrnriiln rirtntrr Amunr tltnclf Ml thn Kxu-m nf lunm-rnt Trnrrlrra Eastern visitors in California are nl wnys much interested in the olive plan tations which, iu recent yenrs, havo bo. como n feature of tho -nost Boiithoriy counties of tho stato. Tho lovers of thu succulent fruit when pickled nnd bat tled for Fn!o iu tho east and north nre nlwnys noxious to tnsto tho olivo fresh nnd ripo. Thcro is n popular impression that it is sweet and delicious; but, liko many other popular improssious, this is n delusion nud n f-unra A fow miles south of San Diego, whero tho railroad mnkos a junction with n sumll ouo track ro)d leading into Mexico, n largo planter has taken ad vnutngo of this delusion for his own nniUM'iiicnt. Onthonnlvniof each t ruin from tho north numerous travelers dis mount to wait the starting of tho trnin ncro3 tho Mcxicnn border. For their benefit the planter litis nulled nbox out sido of his fenco Just ncross the wny from tho railroad etiition which lie keeps filled with nice, ripo olives. A placard Invites victims iu tlicso words:. : rijn. rrtESii. mru omves, : i ram : j rrrxp vounsnu?". : Of course thcro is nrush from tho feta tion as soon as tho box and its contents nro discovered, nud swnnnsof innocents seize tho pretty fruit and dig their tooth into it Tli ''n thcro is n combined howl aud a great deal, of expectoration nnd disgust, for tho dolnslvo fruit nro uenr ly ns puckery as pcrtimmoiis. Aud tho planter? Oh, ho takes his fun from n partly hidden summer hoii&c within liis grounds, whero ho occasion nlly boats hitusol to enjoy tho spectacle. It Js n suru euro for thu blues, ho says. New Vcrk llcndd. ";lUti HoriuYvoiiien. Different observers have commented upon tho iucreaso of women riders in England who rido on tho off sido of tlioir horses. Tho English woman has been taken as n model iu horsewoman Bhtp, nnd her departuro Iu this respect will certainly have its influence. It is said that already tho night is sullicicnt ly common in Hydo park to have ceased to nrouso comment, und though it.still looks odd "aud not thoroughbred, you know," its cause of being is sousible enough to proeuro sauctiou for it. Ao cording to those who know, riding on ouo sido of her horse whero a woman rides almost dally has a tendenoy to glvo nn nudcsiruble swing or curvo to her figure, and tho idea of an occasional chungo is on thosamoprinciploiis "ruu ning tho other way" around n circle A Tribute to ltoilnn Vol.rj. Rosina Voices' .gowns and effects put up at auction niako Fells Morris poo tic ally mournful iu tho Uoston Herald ovir tho going out of that bright life. "Poor littlo woman I Incouipreheufll bio it is that such vivacity, such an imation, sucli love of mirth, of song, oi gladness and of llfo nhould ever bo si lenced. Why not flow on forovcr? Snro ly thyjnlssiou was to lighten lifo'3 bur dens, to bring the bright smile to won riod, heartworn nature, innocently to touch tho better lesson nnd inako the world happier by thy mirth provoking wnys. "In tho kindly memory of her many admirers she will live ns long as they da" TEMPTING PRICES ARE A 0 HAVE THE QUALITY: HAVETHE PRICES: M INVITE YOU AND PRICE OUR GOODS. CtiT A fow which wo will montion lioro, such nn French Pons, French SnrdinoB, Qtinon Olives, Citron, Prunes, Mnco nnd a full lino of Evnporatcd fruits. Currents olonncd nnd stemmed in 1 pound paokngos ready for use. Graham flour in 25 pound bags. Pio fruit, all flavors ready for crust in five minutes. Ivory soap and Fautloss Starch. Our goods bound to ploaao or monny rofirndbdr" Xt A R DM ORE GROCERY, Under Opera Block. J. N. WORTHY. Manager. THOS. J. CORNELIUS, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. Places nil kinds of iusuraticn with responsible companies Fire nnd Lightning, Tornado, Lite, Accident, Employers', Liability, Plate Gins, Steam Hollers, Ktc. All companies represented iu this ngencv nro old nnd tried. You tlo no experimenting when we place vour IiuMiicsh. Asso's sulllclctit for nil posuiblo eontingcnclcs, ns tho following list fully demount rates: Flro nnd Tornndo. Urgnutzcd. Assets. Insiirnnro Coinpnny of North America, - 179'J $ 9,482,2-19 Hnittord Klro Pinirntice Coinpnny, - - 1810 7,878,092 Oermnii American lusurutico Coinpnny, 1872 6,997,-10.1 Klro AfMiclntlon, ... ... 1817 6,0CG,720 Scottlsli Union and Xntloiml, - - - 1821 20,007,911 Loudon nud Lnticnshiro l'iie, ... lftiii fi,989,042 MntielieMer File, 1821 2,123,705 Ciiledonlnii, 1805 8,819,195 NMngnrn Fire. 1850 2,214,198 Springlleld Fire nud Murine, - - - 1849 3,606,495 Pennsylvania Flic, 1825 3,869,068 Orient, - - ' 1807 2,091,091 Westchester Fire, 1807 1,821,549 Totnl nesels fire insurance companies, - - 478,720,100 Life. Orgntiizcd. Assets. Mutual Llfo Insurance Company of New York, 1847 $185,000,000 Accident, Pinto Glaus, Ulc. Organized. Assets. Fidelity Mid Casunllty of New York, 1870 $2,100,774 Employers' Liability of Londou(asscts hi U.S. only) 1880 1,190,977 Total Olllce First National Hank, First ARDMORE - MACHINE - SHOPS, MACHINE REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS, Well Drills a Specialty. Work Promptly executed, best workmanship. ARDMORE, NORTH CADDO St. to Uie D pot Cash Racket House, FOU Dry Goods and Groceries, Don't Miiko a Mistike a d C t in the Wrong Place. Tho Old Origi nal lluckot llou-e. Goods at Low aotton Prices. M : - E. - FRESH STOCK, FIRST-CLASS GOODS Flour, Meat, Lard, Cannedgoods,Sugar,Cof fee Cigars and Tobaccos. -M EST Everything to bo found in a first-class house, fifti- Free dolivory to any part of tho city. CALL AND SEE THE NEW STOCK, GLENN & PEOPLES OLD STAND, Main St. YiUIAM FIRST NATIONAL BANK. o CAPITAL PAID UP, $60,000 SURPLUS, - - - $21,000 ARDMORE, I TRY THE ARDMOREITE JOB PRINTER. WITHOUT QUALITY, FRAUD. TO CALL, INSPECT $ 8,361,761 Floor, Ardmore, Ind. Tor. WYSE. FELKER, Prop. IND. TER. K PKKU P J1AKKET. ZUU