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NOV. 14th to 25th
HOT BISCUIT, BUTTER, ELEGANT MAJESTIC COFPEE
SERVED FREE TO ALL.
YOUNG, OLD, RICH, POOR, EVERY BODY COME SEE THE
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Adrmore being one of the best towns in the Territory, the Majestic
Manufactoring Co., of St, Louis, have sent two of their represntatives
sure. One of the Grand Majesties will be on exhibition cooking and
baking daily. A thing of beauty, a joy forever,
THE GBAKD MAJESTIC.
Whereas, Julio Zuckcrnian, Susan '
uuehanon and O. I. Hodlne. known ns 1
tuo Ammoro Mill and u in Co., by
tholr certain mortuae, dated Sept.
U7, 180.1, tiled for record in thu olllco of
the. clerk of the United States court
for the Indian Territory, on tho
said 27th day of September, IBM, at
Ardmore, I. T., and record
id In the olllcc of the said clerk, In
Itook K, jwiko No. 71, conveyed to tho
Thomas .MuntifncturliiK Co. the fol
lowing described property.sltunted In
the Third Judicial division of tho In
dian Territory, to-vlt:
Two 80-saw uln feeders and gin
stands complete, oiio condenser com
plete, one Thomas suction elevator
with all piping, valves, fans, cut otT
aim separator, one direct sitmlo box
steam press, live ton Victor scale, ono
No. a Miller duplex stoma pump, one
Atias engine nnu noiier mm all lu
tings, pulleys, shafting, boltings, etc..
ilso gin house bulldlmr and lease bold
right in property uiwn which tho said
Bin house Is located, all of which prop
erty Is located at Dtirwood, 1. T.
Now, therefore, public notice Is
hereby given that I, the undersigned
audit of the Thomas Manufacturing
Co., under nnd by virtue of said mort
gage, will, In nccordauco with the
terms and provisions of thesaldmort
gage, proceed to soil tho proiwrty
hereinbefore described, nnd any and
every part thereof, nt public vendue
to tho highest bidder for cash nt the
front door of the United States court
house, building, In the town of Ard
more, rickcns county. Indian Terri
tory, on Monday the third day of De
cember' 18t)l, between tho hours of VZ
iu and 2 p. m. that day.
Solomon 10. Jackson,
Agent for Mortgagees.
Dated Nov. 1801. l-10t
THE UPPER TEN THOUSAND.
Doing of tlie Dukrn Ami Dukrunrn In the
Arlilaicratlo Clrclrs of Great llrltaln.
In rofcronco to somo recent remarks
I hero" about tho poor matrimonial results
of tho last Loudon season it is loaruod
that matchmaking parents aro deriv
ing much consolation from tho almost
phonomcunt activity of what Is known
as tho oomitry house noasou. Tho wcath
or has boon bad for gronso shooting and
other sport, compelling tho young mon
to fcpeud mora tlmo tlinn usual Indoors
in tho society of tho ladles. Tho grati
fying result is said to bo tho engagement
of about S00 fanhlonablo girls to an
equal number of fanhlonablo young mon
fcluco tho parliamentary rooees com
moncod. Tho bridegrooms lnoludo soma
half dozen of tho oldest sous of poors,
among thorn tho Mnrquls of Hamilton,
i i , , , . , ,i i - . . . r ,, - ,, . , , , . tuo iioir or tuo uuuo or Aooroorn, wno
to show up and explain the many points of excellence of their latest wni marry tho daughter of thoEoriof
GRAND MAJESTIC STEEL RANGE. Don't fail to come. Corne d
ineru m aiflu una uirurcuu man, uuru
Conncmaru, who caused a gravo scan
dal when governor of Madras. IIo is to
marry n widow, Mrs. Coloman, and po
lito socio ty isnsklng what priest or par
son will hnvo tho courugo to perform
When Lord Brnco took over tho titles,
honors nnd estates of tho maruuisato of
Ailcsbdry oh tho doath of his childless
nephew, tuo Coster Marquis," ho
found many valuable heirlooms miss
inc. Thereupon ho spent money lavish
ly in advertising and employed soveral
detectives. Tho result is now nnuounc
ed. Most of tho property has been trao
cd. Tho heirlooms aro in tho hands of
various people, iuoludiug pawnbrokers,
collectors and dh.reputablo women. Tho
lato marquis, it sconiB, had troated thorn
ns nvnilnblo nsots and distributed them
frcoly among his friends i.nd hangers
ou, malo and femalo, tho majority of
whom pledged or sold thorn speedily for
cash. Some of tho present possessors
hnvo readily agreed to return tho troas
urcs on rcasouablo terms. Others hnvo
put fancy prices upon thorn, and a fow
b'tvo rofusod to part with thorn ou any
consideration. Lawsuits will therefore
bo necessary, and tho recalcitrant hold
crs will havo to provo how they obtain
od tho heirlooms, whnt tlioy paid for
them, and also show that tho purchases
wcro mado In tho open market. Tholr
storios promisa to bo oxtremoly inter'
csting. London Lottor in Now York
Wolyerton Hardware Company.
W. 11. Lowrance, of lluckhorn, was
In the city today.
Home made candles mado dally at
Spelglo & Co. 's bakery. 24 tf
Wanamakcr & llrown will make
you an all-wool suit to order for 815.
Oiptaln W. K. Whlttlngton return
ed this morning from a business trip
to Wltchltu, Kansas.
1). D. Tlow returned this morning
from Tahlcquah, where ho hud been
Ladles, don't bother yourselves
about making fruit cakes, when you
can get them for 2."i cents per pound at
Spclglc Sc Co.'s bakery. 2Uf
SHOOTING AT CHECK.
Two Farmcri Fight Over Cotton
and Wound a Boy Accidentally.
Ho May Die
For boots and shoes go to C.
Hrowniea of all kinds at T. II. Par
ker's. Get in the push and get your
We have received a sample copy of
tho Wkkkly Ani)Jioui:iTi!. Wilson &
Parker are getting out a line weekly
and will no doubt bo liberally patron
ized by the people In that section.
Kansas City brains and spare-ribs
at l'ycatt's. 0-4t
Foil Sai.k: Anyone wanting a uood
second hand Singer sewing machine
can get a bargain by calling on W. L.
Thomas, tit barber shop. 23 tf
Mrs. C. D. Carter and babies return
ed yesterday from Llincstnno Gap.
Joseph KUdow and C. M. Upshaw,
two Galnesvlllcltes, arc in the city on
a business forage
Fresh meats sausage, snare-ribs,
fish, and ovcrythlng good to be had at
l'ycatt's. not in uio ring. su-ji
For boots and shoes
go to C. Moss,
I. N. Stlnson left Friday morning
for Birmingham, Ala., to bo absent
about ten days on lmportuut business.
James Gordon, a prominent citizen
of Newton, Kansas, is In the city vis
Stauffenberg's Is tho place for the
very latest In tailor made suits. Give
him a trial. 8 lm
Cotton took another advance today,
much to tho delight of both sellers
Nice, fresh groceries always on hand
nr woivcrion urocery uo. ---j
Judge Stuart just before tho ad
journment of court, issued an order
for the romoval from the streets all
stands built thorcln. Copies of the
order wore sorved today on tho parties
against whom It was promulgated.
From Dr. Uooth, who was called to
Cheek professionally, the Akdmouk
iti Icarus the particulars of a shoot
ing allray at that place Friday after
noon which aro as follows:
Two men, Smith and Splvcy, by
name, became engaged In a dlillculty!
over a lot of cotton. With Winchest
ers, they engaged in n personal coin-
bat In which Smith tired twice at
Splvey, both of which missed their
aim but ono of them struck a boy 12
years old, named George Colllus In
the back, close to the left shoulder,
indicting a serious and possibly fatal
wound. After probing for the ball
without effective results, Dr. Uooth
allowed It to remain Imbedded In the
boys' body for the present at least.
Smith left the place and Is yet at
Splvcy, tho man shot at by Smith,
came in this morning and lllcd com
plaint ngalnst his would-bo slayer be
fore Commissioner Gibbons.
He has not been at home since the
shooting. Ills statement s to the
origin of tho dlillculty is somewhat
vague further that It was over a debt
which he owed Smith.
Remember the Celcstla Gertrude
entertainment Saturday night. Miss
Hull comes highly reccommended as
a graduate of the Western School of
Elocution and Oratory. Admission,
adults 25 cents; children 10 cents. 3t
For fresh oysters in any style go to
Fresh California fruits received
dally at Splcgle & Co's. bakery. 21 tf
A marriage license was Issued FrI
day aftornoon for W F. Fisher and
Miss D. L. Flnley, who live three
miles from town.
The assertion In the AmiMonniTK
of tho Mh that J. W. Thompson had
"scooped ins menus and political au
mlrers to tho tune of $200 or $300," is
false. Tayloh Thompson.
Tho above clipped from a stray copy
of tho Alliance Courier, is respectful
ly referred to J. W. Gollcdgo, W. L.
McWhortcr and others from whom
our Information was obtained.
Candy t Calirtj- I
O'Mcaly has tho cheapest as well as
the finest and largest Mock of candy
every brought to the city. 22-tf
A. M. Leslie, of Thackervllle, was
In the city Friday and gave the Aiti
noitniTH a pleasant business call. IIo
Is n brother of Dr. A. C. Leslie, form
erly of this city.
Cotton seed meal a good feed for
stock at Wolverton Grocery Co. 22-3
You can purchase tickets at Lon
don's Hook store for tho lecture at the
Christian church next Monday and
Tho Aui)Moiti!iTK is In receipt of a
letter from a gentleman in Holladay,
Ten n., asking for copies of the Aitn
Moiiurn:. Ho says that he and a
number of other gentlemen contem
plate coming hero to engage In busi
ness at an early day. His request for
papers has been compiled with.
Tho ladles of the Christian church
will give a Christmas Hazaar on De
cember 23, the proceeds to bo dovoted
to the purchase of presents for the
children. It Is a commendable under
taking and should be supported liber
If you enjoy a hearty laugh and
wish to drive away all care you should
see Carrlo Lainont and her clover
company In, "Is Marriage n Failure?)! j
Tuesday night, Nov 27. It Is a c6m
cdy of the higher order and ono In
which Miss Lamont Is seen to great
advantage. It Is replete with songs
and dances and Is such an entertain
ment as always pleases.
WANTKD'-Wood In exchange for
subscription to tho Weekly Aiidmoiie-
itb. lOOcordswIll bo thus accepted,
Fresh cream nulls, amrol food cake.
and fruit cako kept constantly on
hand at Spleglo & Co.'s bakery. 21 tf
ltcmember the lectures and views
by Donald Downle at Christian church
Monday and Tuesday next. It will bo
a raro treat.
Don't fall to hear Miss Hull, the
Christian queen. Admission, adults
25 cents; children 10 cents. 23 3t
Cclestla Gertrude Hull, tho elocu
tionist will give an entertainment In
the Haptlst church next Saturday
night, Nov. 21th. Admission, adults
25 cents; children 10 cents 23 3t
Hall's Hair Kenewor cures dandruff
and scalp affections; also nil cases of
baldness where tho glands which foed
the roots of the halraro not closed up.
The best and brightest hay can bo
And spendiyour money with the old
reliable house of - . .
I, F. WHITTIKGM,
Who has always eriven the neonlo hnnPRt
goods at honest prices.
No wild nor exaseratiner statements allowed
concerning his goods or prices.
No auction goods nor seconds nrn in ho
bund in tne entire stock.
NO HOUSE in tho Torritory slmll noil vou n vnrd of poofln.
oithor Dross Goods, Flannels, Jonns, Ginghams, Prints, Domostica,
ijianitois, or uomforls for loss monoy than W. F. Wiiittinoton.
NO HOUSE in Ardmoro slmll soli you n rmir of boots or Shnnn
for mon, womonor children for loss monoy tlinn W. F. Whittinoton.
NO HOUSE in Ardmoro, Gainosvillo. Fort Worth or Dallas slmll
soil you a Suit of Flno, Medium or Evory-day Clothos for n smaller
profit than W. F. Wiiittinoton.
NO HOUSE in tho Torritory o.m show youabiirtroror finor stoole
of ovory grado of Hats from host to ohoapost.than W. F. WlilT
TINQTON. Nor will thov soli thorn as olioan. .
WHITTINGTON'S stoole, in ovory department, is comnlola
and largor than over boforo, and no mattor what prices aro mado
you, on any thing nt any othor Btoro,
Until you look through WiiiTTiNaTON's stock. Got WhittnotoN'3
lowest prices and convinoo yoursolf that WiiiTriNOroN ndvortisos
only facts and is roady to provo it with tho host goods, tho lowost
prices and tho biggest stock in Ardmoro.
found at Wolverton Grocery Co. 22-3
Foil rknt. A nicely
front room on Court street.
Mrs. K. C, Sloat.
HIS HORSE TO HIS SWEETHEART.
Thu llequmt of n Youne Trooper Whom
HI. Cuinrnilea I'ountl Dluc.
On tho steamorClty of Puobln, which
arrived from tho round tho other day,
was a lcautiful coal blauk horsa ou its
way to Los Angeles. Tho horso belong
ed to Lieutenant Casey, who was sta
tioucd with his troop of cavalry at tho
Pino RIdgo agency. Ho Was a populnr
young ofllccr and mado friends wher
over ho went.
About flvo yearn ago ho mot a daugh
tor of Geuoral C. O. Howard of Los An
gales, nnd before tho lioutonauf's leavo
of absenco had expired tho young cou
plo wero engaged to bo married. Short
Jy nftor Lioutouant Casoy joined hi
troop nt Pino Hideo tho Indians bo
gan to bo troublesomo, and finally
a report that tho savages had swooped
down on a number or settlors nnd mar
dcrcd them all roachod tho post. Tho
young ofllccr started off in all hasto
with his troop to head off tho maraud
cm, but they soon found thomsolves sur
rounded by tho Indians. Liouteunnt
Casoy rodo his favorite horse that had
boon with hira through many cam
paigns, and ho was tho first to fall with
a mortal wouud. As ho fell from tho
saddle tho horso stopped and stood
guard over his almost llfuloss body.
When friends oamo to bjs relief, ho
was near his death, and ho roquostod
that his faithful horso bo sent to his
A favorablo opportunity was awaited
to carry out tho last wistios or tuo lien
tonaut, but changes wcro mado in the
personnel of tho garrison, nud tho horso
remained nt tho post. Ho had his usual
placo in tho stable, but no ono re-do
him. As timo went ou (omo of tho ofll
ccrs who hud boon witli Liontonaut Ca
soy roturned to tho fort, nnd they wcro
surprised that tho horso was still thoro.
At tho first opportnnity they scut tho
horso to tho sound by rail, and from
there it camo by steamer on its way to
Miss Howard. San Frouslsoo Exam-
Stylish and Durable
Our reputation ns lenders for nil kinds of Clothing is
woll known nil over tho state. Wo carry tlia largest and
hcBt Bolected line of woolens of any tailors in North
Tcxup, und no uiio can surpass our uialro uud lit. In
READY :-: MADE CLOTHING
Wo havo no competitors. Our own designed garments
Bpenk for themselves. All thoso who nro wearing our
inakoof clothing nro happy nnd contented, and tbOHo who
nevor tried our clothing will bo surprised at tho qunllty
of goods, also at tho low prices. Wo carry a laro lino of
GENTS' FINE SHOES.
Wo carry nil stylos and qualities of Hnta. In Gonts'
Furnishings wo aro tho lenders. A cull nt our establish,
niont will convince you that wo nro udvortbing facts.
HENINGER :-: BROS.,
Tailors, Clolhiors and Mi Outfitb, GMNE5VIUE, 111,
Racklcy & G er ha rt
Mattresses and Springs,
Carry a full and complete Hue of undertaken' goods, woo4 ud ncUlU
cases all slzos coustautly ou hand.
Embalming a Snacielty.
Babe v DeBerrv
eSTTho llnest brands nt reasonable prices,
t&rMull orders Riven prompt attention.
WINES, s LIQUORS a AND CIGARS.
LaCLEDE -:- HOTEL,
Newly fitted and renovated from kitchen to garret, first claw
in cvety particular. Ardmore aud Territory trado solicited.
Street cars put tho door.
JOHN LAWHENC1C. Prop.