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Mrs. James, Millinery
CHILDHOOD'S CHARMS Aro enhanced by pretty mil linery. Our line is of greater variety than usual, and we are now showwing an assortment of CHILDREN'S TRIMMED HATS that 1b ycry nttraotlvo. Tlio design and finish show as much skill aud care as those (or older people The matorial is oxcot lcnt and most happily chosen. To pay more than our price is oxtravaganco. To pay loss will not secure valuo. CLOSING OUT SALE 1 am closing out everything in my Millinery at cost. Will save .you money. Don't forget the place, at It. W .Randol's dry Goods store 23-d3wl. MRS. LILA H. BOMAIt. If you want something that Is flno In tho candy lino go td Spelglc's for it. Ho has tho finest lino of candtos that ever carao to Ardmoro. 15-lm. You nro Just tho person wo want to telk to if yon need a heating stovo. Wo bought so that wo can sell cheap. WILLIAMS, CORIIN & CO. Lcavo bus and carrlago calls at City Livery Stable. Phono 27. IMm T. B. CATIIEY. Owing to tho Inclement weathor tho "Aunt Luclndy" entertainment hilled for tonight has been withdrawn. NO HOUSE IN THE Indian Territory ' Carries as largo aline of f Coffins and Caskets Ah the AT. J. Brown undertaking V establishment, and at prices k4' that dofy competition. Calls m attended to promptly day or night. s Embalming a Specialty. j Satisfaction guaranteed In every particular. Your picture framed on short notice. A man sleeps In A the store. Residence, 'Phone 7. Store, 'Phone 23. T. C. BR1DGMAN. W. P. NUGENT. General Contractor and Builder. Cement Paving a Specialty. W. B. KING. - Saloon and Pool HalL All Territorial Drinks. Oscar's Old Placo East Main St. Ardmore, I. T. at sti It if its sf i if. if i its - - - .1. ,f . it- - -- -- "c WTW W T ' TTTTTT TTT TV :: Ardmoreite :: Want :: Ads :: are :: Business Bringers Window Glass Wall Paper Paints and Oils T. N. COLEMAN THE LEADING DRUGGIST. DAILY MARKET REPORTS. Oraln, Produce, Llvi StccK and Other Quotatlors. COTTON. (By Gulllot Bros.' Exchange.) New York Futures. Opened. Closed. Dccombor ,...8.39 8.41 January 8.49 8.49 March .....8.24 8.27 Spots. New York SpotB dull. Liverpool Market easy; middling 4-COd; sales 8,000 bale. Chicago Cattle Receipts. Cattlo, 21,000; market steady. Hogs, 35,000; market 6c lower. Kansas City Receipts. Cattlo, 12,000; market steady. Hogs, 6,000; market steady. KANSAS CITY CASH GRAIN. Wheat. No. 2 hard G5GG No. 3 hard G20C2V6 No. 4 hard CO No. 3 red Gl No. 4 red 54 08 Corn. No. 2 43044 No. 2 mixed 42 No. 3 mixed ." 3942 Oats. No. 2 ; 22M No. 3 wlilto 29 No. 2 mixed.. j. 29 LOCAL MARKETS. ' (By Porter Staples.) Tho following aro tlto prevailing prices paid for produce today: meat No. 2, 70c; No. 3, C5c. Oats 40c to 46c. Hay $7.0008.00. Corn GOc to COc. Swoet potatoes Eo75c por bushel. Irish potatoos 8Dc por hu. Pecans 3 V44c. Poultry. ((By William Nowraan.) Ducks Pcrdozen $1.75. Hons Por dozen $2.D0. Frying chickens $1.752.G0. liggs Por dozen lGc. Butter 20 to 25c per pound. Turkeys Gross, Ec. Geese Full-feathered, per dozen $3.5004.50. Live Stock. (By Cold Storage Market) Fat cows, gross cwt.. $2.0002.10 Fat calves $3.00 to 5.00 Fat sheep, per head.... $2.00 to $3.00 Fat hogs (gross) 100 lbs $5.00 to 5.R0 Wood Per cord, $2 to $2.50. Coal (by Weeks Bros.) $3.50 ton. Fruits. (By B. B. Pugh.) Nativo apples, per bu $1.00 Native peaches $1.0001.50 Pears $1.00 Cabbago, per lb 2 'anuts 4 The Cottrn Market. Tho cotton market in Ardmore soems to havo dropped out during the past few days. Tho rnln and mud for bid any kind of travel. Two or threo bales of cotton were hero today but wo tould not find a, cotton "buyer to tell ub what It was worth, Tho telegraph markets did not como on account of this being election day. . HOTEL ARRIVALS. At the Whlttlngton. C. L. Stt-en, Oklahoma City; A. II Brown, J. Q. Gaines, Dallas; C. II Hoogland, Battlo Creek, Mich.; May Qulllo, Kitty Halns, Mrs. Bothnor. F Holllngsworth, Ray Youngman and Billy Barlow, "Bunch of Keys;" E. B Cromwell, St. Loujs; Mrs. Dllman Ullgh, Oklahoma City; Henry Ausloy McAIestcr; A. J. Carson, Gainesville A. I. KJngsley, Foster, L T.; It. I. Sanders, city; J. F. Hutchlns, P. V South, Berwyn; S. A. Wood, C. O. G.; T. F. Snay, Evansvlllo; II. B Hobbs, Cincinnati; Wm. Caraway Wm. Sanders, Texas; J. A. Battle KansaB City; F. I Congor, Oklahoma City; James Moucer. St. Louis: J. McDonald, W. S .11. Parker, Fort Worth; J. S. Hershey, Galveston. i5f DESPITE III 11 THE HEAVIEST VOTING SINCE THE CONTE8T. Miss Lela Cook Leads the List With i Handsome Vote Votlno From Outsldo Towns Much Guess Ing and Some Wagering. Tho mud cuts no figure with tho vot ing In tho contest for tho opera Beats to be given to tho most popular sales lady. Miss Lola Cook occupied third place yesterday but with u voto of 242 she leads tho list today and it tho con test were to bo decided this afternoon sho would have first honors. MIbs Emma Pester, with a voto of 197, oc cupies second place. During tho disagreeable weather no one expected voting to bo so heavy but thcro Is an onthuslaam among tho frjends of tho contestants that mud and water cannot drown out. A great deal of guessing as to who tho winner will bo is being indulged in and some wagors havo been made. A number of votes came in today from Tishomingo, Mannsvlllo and Paoll, which shows that othorB besides Ardmoro peoplo aro taking a hand in the voting. Tho result today stands: MISS LELA COOK 242 With Burton-Peel Dry Goods Co. MISS EMMA PESTER 197 With Westholmor & Daubo MISS IDA SCALES 164 With Madden, Sykos & Co. MISS ELLA VAN DOVER 123 With tho SIg Simon Co. MISS ALICE BUTCHER 108 With J. A. Leatherwood. MISS NETTIE NORRIS 93 With Mndden, Sykos & Co. MISS NORA SMITH 87 With Madden, Sykos & Co. MAYOR'S CALL. Mass Meeting to Be Held Saturday Night. The following call has been Issued by It. W. Dick, mayor of Ardmore: A mass meeting of the citizens of Ardmoro nnd vicinity Is horoby called to meot at tho courthouse Saturday night, Nov. 8, 1002, for tho purpose of selecting eighteen dologatos and oightoon alternates to the Chickasaw convention, which convenes In Ard more Novembor 10, 1902. B. W. DICK, Mayor. C. F. Gilliam, tho East Sldo butcher, who has ben quite sick with fever, Is reported improving. Jack Loftln nnd William Pain, both colored, were arreBted at Berwyn yes terday charged with horse stealing. Deputy Henson mado the arrest and committed them to Jail last night. "AUNT LUCINDY" ENTERTAIN MENT IS, OWINq TO THE VERY INCLEMENT WEATHER, DECLARED OFF AT PRESENT. , After hearing tho evidence of a few more witnesses in tho case wherein Jake Lewis, Joe White and Hugh Hunnlcutt wero charged with assault- lug Arthur Klrkwood last Wednesday night, Judge Hobnett found probable oauso for holding them subject to In vestlgntlon of tho grand Jury. Their bonds wero set at $1,000 each, and In default of which thoy wero recommit ted to Jail. Tho Ladles' Aid society of tho Cum berland Presbyterian church will meet next Tuesday at 3:30 o'clock p. m wiui airs. j. e. Hamilton on B street southwest. Owing to the Inclement weather tho Gibson Sisters will not meet Wednes' day afternoon with Miss Gardenhlre, as formerly announced. When a fellow has tho wool pulled over his eyes it naturally makes him feel Bheoplsli. Bud Darnell was brought in today from Duncan by Deputy Stephens, charged with cutting fenco and carry u, jimiui. no was arrested on a grand Jury warrant. Tho Mollno wagon gives rerfect sor vice. Sold only by NOBLE BROS. Rally, Boys, Rally. Tho Lincoln Republican Club meets tomorrow ovening, November 4, T. R. JOHNSON, Pros, L. II. BRADFORD, gee. iiio Aramore Ico Co. sells Ardmoro coal. 'Phono in your order. 2-tf Tho Ladles' Aid society of tho Chris tlan church will meet with Mrs. B. H. Corlow Tucsduy afternoon at 2 o'clock. ! H' : P h S O N A L MENTION. '4, . .j. .. 4. . .j, 4. 4. 1 I J. M. Stephens Is In tho city rrom Duncan. W. 12. Washington, a bin ranchman of tho Cornish neighborhood Is In the city todny. F. Applegato, a druggist from Wcnthorford, Texas, is prospecting In tho city. L. R. Mnrston returned today to Lindsay. I. T.. where he is putting In a bank building. C. L. Byrne, Mayor It. W. Dick and W. B. Johnson left today noon for St. Louis on Important business. Office Deputy 1L Here of the Eastern district of Texas, headquarters at Par Is, Is in the city today, and will roturn homo ngalu this afternoon. Albert It. Cottle, special agent for the Wowoku special solo of town lots. Is In tho city today In tho intorest of tho Jennings company, who havo tho matter In hand. Dr. O. It. Kldd of Carrsvlllo, Ky., af ter prospecting In all tho principal towns of tho Indian and Oklahoma Territories has concluded to make his homo In Ardmoro, and hns secured rooms In the Noble building. Dr. Kldd comes well recommended from somo of the host rcoplo of his home county In Kentucky, where he had a success ful practice for four years, Notice Maccabees. All members who aro Interested in the welfare of tho ordor arc requested to meet at Odd Follows' hall tomorrow (Wednesday) At 3 p. m., rnln or shlno. MItS. SUSAN MASON, L. C. MRS. FANNIE B. GO FT, P. K. SIDEWALK ORDINANCE. Provides for a Fine of $25 Against Property Owners. Among tho ordinances that were be fore the city council yesterday after noon was ono pertaining to sidewalks. Owing to the voluminous proportions or the proposed ordinance It was passed to Its second reading without bolng rend. Tho city attorney Is of tho opinion Hint tho immedluto pass ago of the ordlnnnco Is required to securo free mail dollvory on schedule time, nnd that Its Importanco ontltlod It to a suspension of the rulos and Im mediate enactment Into lnw. Tho ordinance provides for tho building of sldownlks In all parts of tho city Included In tho frco mall dis tricts. It Is minute In making spec! ficntlons both for tho curb and tho walk. Stone, brick, concroto, asphal turn, sand and gravel are tho mnte rials from which tho walks miiBt bo built. Tho most Interesting pnrt of tho ordinance provldos that any own er of property who does not comply with Its provisions by Decomber shall forfeit $25 to tho city. Property own erg who aro nbsent from tho city aro expected to make arrangements for tho construction of tho wnlks or the city will take tho matter In hand nnd charge tho cost against tho property, Lily Skin Whltener, Skin Food, Bust Food, Almond Cream, La Freck- la, Hair Cleanser, Hair Tonic, and ev erything In tho toilet line can bo found at Mrs. McLaughlin's. 17-lm. MRS. MARY L. CARTER, Agt. Tho hoso w." n, In addition to car rying 1500 feet of hose, has two lad ders with which the flro boys can reach a window thirty-five feet high. Don't forget v begin tho erection of your sldownlks at once, all ye who live within the free mall delivery lira- Its. Romembor no sidewalks, no free mall dellvory, besides tho city council will enforce the ordlnnnco compelling every property holder to put in walks. Rov. W. R. Hudson will preach nt the Cumberland Presbytorlnn church next Sunday morning and night. Tlio "Aunt Luclndy" entertainment for tonight has been declared off, ow ing to tho very inclement weather. Another date will no doubt bo made for her appearance In our city. Tho street nnd alley committee ought to see that a sidewalk of some nature Is put In on tho west side of C. R. Jones' store on Washington street. It is almost impassable. Tho Holiness people nro pitching their tent on tho old WIsnor property In front of the fire department. Butcher knives for ono week at ex actly cost. 3-5 NOLAN D'S CHINA HALL. Table cutlery for ono week at cost. 3-5 E. NOLAND. Daughters of Confederacy. Chickasaw Chapter V. D. O. will meet Wednesday afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. T. Y. Morgan. This will bo the first meeting tho chapter has had slnco tho reunion, and tho offi cers aro very anxljous that a full nt tendance be had, UspvArdmore coal. Lumber Co, sells it. The Laidlaw 2-tf GOAL! PER TON, ARDMORE COAL, por ton $3.50 Delivered Promptly to ARDMORE ICE CO., IPlione 15 6. The Best McAlester CoaL $6.50 Per Ton. Ardmore Coal, $3.50 Por Ton. We Guarantee Correct Weights. Coal delivered in ton or half ton lots to any part of the BURIED MONEY FOUND. About $30 Found In Nickels and Dimes 1 on London Street. couple of wooks ago when Strcot Commissioner Smith was working out In South Ardmoro ho worked a smnll street, seldom ubcmI, called London street, plowing up tho dirt pretty deep in some places. Tho rains of the last few days hav washod away a groat deal of the looso dirt In tho ditches on oach sldo, and yesterday partlos passing along thero dlscovored somo monoy In ono of tho dltchos. Tho monoy was In nickels and dlmos mostly, nnd from tho datos of tho coins must havo been burlod thcro for a great many years. About $30 was found altogether, and Tom Ollvor is Bald to havo picked up $0 of It. Tho street has boon full of peoplo ever slnco looking for money, and many peoplo milt their business to go thero and look for monoy. You nover, In all your lite, heard n man complaining nbout a Studobakc buggy. Thoy always givo perfect satisfaction. Sold by NOBLW, BROS. Tho long winter evonlngs nro most pleasantly Bpont around a Great West era heating stove. See that your home Is provided with thorn. WILLIAMS, CORIIN & CO. Ardmore Drug Co. Lon A1. Frame, Druggist. Pure Drnca nnd tho finest lino ' Cigars in the city. M"M"M"S"I'-1"1"1"1- tW jMMM.j.4MtMl. T f5 P n 1 1 i n o MDvinan Chile. I Order from Meicsn Joe, Cfl,h8t, ARDMORE MATTRESS FACTORY. Manufactures Ezcolsior, Cotton, Moss and Hair Mattresses. Reworking and Renovating old Mattresses a specialty. Your work solicited. Mattrosses oalled for and dcllvored. North Caddo Street. W A Turner, Jr, Prop. r. ot v. Molasses Standard of the World We carry a fresh sizes at all times. TYLER & If Wholesale BEST MALESTER COAL $6.50. any Part of the City. city. The Laidlaw Lumber Co. The Ark Fire Insurance Go OP CINCINNATI, OHIO Capitnl: $20O,0O0. Surplus: $I00,OOO. Under somo inannRement ns An chor Firo Insurance Co, of Cincin nati, Ohio. WANTS AGENTS in evory town in the Indian Territory. J. E. ARNOLD, Gen, Agent, for Indian Territory. Ardmore, Ind. Ter, NEW DRESS HATS. We have just opened some very handsome now Dress Hats. They represent tho newest creations in the milli ner's art. Yon aro given a special invitation to visit ns tbia week. Children's bendenr, veil ing, street hats, ucratched felt hats and everything now in millinery. Mrs. McLaughlin. D0AK & SMITH, FOR 6ALE. A ieven room home, oloo In, with hnll. wash homo, servant, borne, torm collar, irood well, barn for four hornet ami plenty of room for feed. Lot 78x218 feot and extend ing from one atreot to th otherjfront. East. Will take 2U0 cash and the balance In month ly Installments of I2S each. Place rent, for IIS per month. A 2 room bouse In N. W. Ardmoro with lot 1 IOxSOO f eet. A bargain If told at once 160 acre, of land In Wood. County, Oklu.. abpnt SO or Ml acre, of tllUble land on placet will .ell at a bargain. We also have any kind of a lot you might want, from the cheapest to the most desir able, bee us for bargains, FOR RENT. A newly papered and painted 4 room house In splendid location at $10 a month to the right party. A 8 room house. In a very desirable Iocs tlnn, price f 10 a month. One three room house la N. W. Ardmore, at tt por month. Two 2 room houses In N. W, 'Ardmore, at f I per month. A 4 room house In H.W. Ardmore, is per mo. Two a room bouse In West Ardmore, at and IS a month, A 2 room house In 8. E. A.tlmore, DOAK & SMITH, RbuI E.tat And RunlalAKsntH, s s s s : s s stock Sof it in all SIMPSON, Distributors. 4 .