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AavurtiseiiTiutM uuJor thl head will bi received ut cbc rate of Ave (5) cents per Uno- No advertisement ti-Blveil (or le than fifteen (IB) cents riiwcl.il monthly rates fur nlBhei! on nnr'lrutlon. Th notict may contain any matter of "Lost," "Found," "For Kent," "For Sale,' "Stolen," "Strayed," or any pnrpoei without display lines. in if wis ltoported by John King & Co., Com mission MerchanU, Oalnosvlllo and Ardmore. COTTON MARKET. WANTED. WANTED First-class salosman. Sal ary and oxpenjes, to sell In city and country', to Uo right man who cm show nullity and give good refer ence. To tho man with a Eood posi tion wo can rIvo a better. Address "First" care Ardmorolte. 23-2. WANTED Horses to pabturo two miles west of town. Corn stalk pasture. J. E. Potors. 20-Gt. MONTH Jan. Feb. Feb. Mtir. Mar. Apr. Apr. May. May,Junc Auk Bep. Sep.Oot. Oct. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Jan. Spots onsy rnitMANENT POSITION for a man of good hablta and energy to rop roBcnt largo manufacturing estab lishment known to ovoiy bank In tho United States. Salary $900 per year and oxporusos. Opportunity for advancement. Apply, stating Dept. E-4, Box 824, Philadelphia, Pa. 6-S&W-8 WANTED Clean, whlto rags at Ard morolto olflce. WANTED Plain sowing. 127 Fifth avonuo and A street, N. W. Mrs. J. M. fjollcdgo. ' 19-tf. FOR SALE. COUNTIIV PltlNTEU G0O cash buys a Vaushan Ideal hand press, good as now. Address Saturday Quldo, Ard more, I. T. 22d-wl FOR SALE Hush & Oorta' piano n big bargain. Seo W. H. Pyeatt nt Cold Storage market. 22-Gt. for SALE Good farming lands with Improvements on ton allot ments. Classified as flno nvcrago lnnd. Annly C, caro Ardmorolte, Ardmore, I. T. G-d&w-U Liverpool Futures. OPKN 2 P. M. . 6.18-17 5.16-11 6.14 16 5.14 6.16 6.88 85 6.64 62 6.23-20 6.215.20 6.10-17 Midi. 6,10 6.16 6.14 6.14 6 00 6.65 5.30 5.20 6.18 0.30. CLO&K 6 14 6.13 C 12 6.12 6.88 6.60 61 6.27 6.10 6.10 Sales 6000. Am. 4400, Am. 400 Receipts 4000 New York Futures. MONTH Jan Feb Meh prll May Juno July Aug Sopt Octv Nov.." Deo Spots quiet. Sales 705. Ol'KN . 0.01 0.02 0.02 0.05 closi: 0 61-62 0.61-62 0.52-53 0.60 O.CO-57 0.60-6 0 50-67 .... 11.42 .... . 0.81 .... (0.86 ... 0.67, Mlds. 1160, 11 24-25 0 60-67 0.64.55 9.63-54 PERSONAL MENTION. J. S. Mullen went to Tishomingo t lay. J. 11. Mitchell Is bore frbm Harts horn. Walter Colbert left today for New Orleans. W. 11. Poland came down from Ok lahoma today. J. Sparrow Is In the city today from Chlckasha. Summers Hardy Is In the city today from Madlll. J. It. Hcndrlx went to Madlll today on business. H. F. Holcomb Is hero from Ok lahoma City. S. 0. Stephens Is In tho city today from Macon, Qa. II. A. Hall caino up last night from Whltoboro, Texas. Morris Sass, a merchant of Davis, camo down this morning, H. T. Klrby left for Kansas City to day over tho Frisco. W. W. Hlchey and wife of Iebanon. I. T., nro In tho city today. C. 0. Lewis who came in yestorday from Perry, Ok., returned homo today Miss Earl of Houston, Texas, Is visit Ing with her aunt, Mrs. Joo Scott, of this city. W. F. lawman, C. M. Campbell and N. H. McCoy wont to Oklnhoina Clt) yesterday. New Orleans Futures. MONTH OPKN CLOSK. Jn 0.47 0.30-10 Fob 0.40-12 Mob. .9 60 0 .45-40 Apl .' . 77. . . May . .' Jduo , July Sept 10.35 0.08-10 Oct 0.60 0 10 47 Nov... 0.37-33 DCO ... 0.45 0.30 37 WILL EDUCATE THE CHILDREN. Mississippi Choctaw Indian Children Will Be Sent to School. J. E. Arnold Informs us that h has been accorded tho prlvllego by tho United Slntes government of sell ing nil Mississippi Choctaw Indian children, whether of full or mixed blood, to the United States Indlnn In duslrlnl school. Thero are somo 1U Tcen or twenty of these schools In tho United States, and Mr. Arnold snys that o will start about fifty next Sunday to one of theso schools, j which one ho has not yet determined Tho United Stntcs government will pay transportation, tuition, bonru, clothes In fact all expenses are paid. Mr. Arnold brought out from Mis sissippi last winter about COO Indian Tho fifty children sont out next Sui day will bo followed by othcrj fcJO'i Application for admission of these children had boon mado In tho tribal schools of i'.iIh nation, but their admit tnnco wns ''fused. Deputy Norrls brought up Iec Mar tin from Marietta yestordny, charge with assault to klD James Hughes of Ryan. Tho ladles' Aid Society of tho Christian church wish to extend their heartfelt thanks to Mr. J. F. Roblson for so kindly letting us lmvo tho uso of his building nnd also to Mr. Oaf- W. H. Pyeatt of Sherman Is In tho ford tor llllJ UB ot "s"18- relatives and attending FOR SALE A vault door and frame. D. E. Hooker, Ardmoro. I. T. 22-tf FOR SALE Four hundred bushels tomatoes, rlpo or green. $1 per bushel. Apply W. A. Watts. 22-lm FOR SALE A lot and four-room houso In South Ardmora, 300. Apply Mrs. R. C. Farmer, C street, north wost. IS-tf FOR SALE Stock In tho Ardmoro and Uoston Co. Road their advertise ment In this paper and consult Mr. Arthur D. Hyde, Keller, I. T. 14-12. FOR SALE My business lots on West Main street, Ardmoro, I. T. Cash no trade. A. D. Chaso. 11-lm ripMts quiet. Mlds. 10. Hales 11.60 f. ii. b. 1760. Galveston, Uopt. 23 Spots quiet. Mlds. 10!. Sales 1C50 f. o. b Sept Dec . May. Sept. Dec. May . FOR SALE Cheap, framo house, 25x40,' sultablo for storo or waro houBO. E. B. Gulllot, at olllco Ard moro Cotton Exchange 8tf. FOR TRADE A good gontlo work hors'o. Will tako cord wood or corn. Apply SIdnoy Suggs, Ardmorolto. tf. FOR RENT. FOR JIENT A business hoUBo on Nor,th Caddo street Apply Ard morolto office 18-tf FOR RENT Threo furnished rooms Apply to Mrs. A. F. Atnvyny, 310 N.' Washington stroot. 18-12t. FOR RENT A furnished room .-or-nor Flfthnvenuo nnl A street, N. W. Apply Mrs. J. M. Gollodgc. FOR RENT Tho on Main street. Harlan. Apollos building Apply to F. P. 26-tf. LOST. IX)ST On Main street Tuesday morn ing, a pocketbook containing some valuable napors, but no money. Finder pleaso return to Ardmorolte olllco. A. J. iJtbbalt, I OST My pet wnter . spaniel dog. Tag No. 401 on leather collar. An swers to namo "Moses." Finder will bo rowardod by returning to mo. I. Bogor. 22-2t Friday and Saturday. On thoso two days Miss Dalrd will have on Bpeclal display a soloct line on stroot and tailored hats In taffeta silks and folts. 21-3. Sept. Dec. . May. ChicaQo Grain Market. WI1KAT. 47 .. 781 801 COHN. 471 474 .. 17! OATS. 37 371 38i 75 71 70 47 47! 471 301 37J 38! Cattle Market. OIllCURO 22,000 17.000 25,000 Kansas City .. 5.000 10 000 5,000 Omaha..... 4,000 6.600 7,uuu Hoza oocned steady. Left over 3,671 j Rtcelptayi ar ago 10,000; Mixed 5.70 6.35; Good 6.75-0.30; llougll 6.40 6.05; Light 5.05 636.' (jattie sicaay ip'iu couib iiik"u. Bueep steady. ' . Cotton Market. : The cotton market opened this inornlng easy nnd down. Unt cotton sold roro!GOo to O.COo; seed cotton t or 3c fai'oM-ecclpts today wllf bo" Tiboiit 125 bales. city visiting to buslnoss. E. F. Oraham, president of th First National bank of Marietta, Is In tho city today. Captain and Mrs. W. R. Wood left todny for Dallas where they will ro main until after tho fair, Joo M. London took tho C. O & O. todny for points east In tho Interest of tho Knights of Pythias. Arthur Walcott and wife,. Fred Iirnndcnburg nnd Mrs. J. M. Ualrd camo In yesterday afternoon from Halloyvillo. Dennis Flynn of Oklahoma, general solicitor for the Frisco system In In dian nnd Oklahoma territories, vm In tho city last ovcnlng. Miss Fay Smith, who spent hor va cation In Gainesville and Dallas, T- as, has returned to the city to resume her duties as teacher In thu city schools. E. Moskowltz Is in the city from Houston, Texas, visiting his brother, H. Moskowltz. Mr. Moskowltr Is very much pleased with th'a country and snys that Ardmore will continue to grow. James Hunter who for some time has been with tho E. M. Jones Sad dlery company of Oklahoma City, hn returned to Ardmoro and ncceptod ii old position with L. J. Johnson, the saddler. Mrs. Gcorgo Hulrnd, who recently returned from a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marshall, at Richland Center, Wis., was called back again yestordny owing to the serious Illness of her mother. Company "A," Attention. You will meet In your armory Thursday evening, September 24, at 8 o'clock sharp, for business meeting nnd drill. Several new applications nro td be acted upon. From this date tho constitution and by-laws will bo strictly enforced. 11. V. HENSON, Cnpt Com. WM. A. WORLEY, 1st Sergt. Tho Woodford bridge. 100 feet long has been finished nnd Is now In gooi shape. It Is twelve mllos wost of here. T. E. Coloman, confectioner, ban moved Into one of tho new buildings in tho postolllco block. Buy fruit trees direct from Ardmore Nursery nnd save ngont'B commission and oxpenses. t-oct-1 It will only cost you 25 cents to seo tho "Old Maids" tomorrow night. Tho commissioner yesterday tried Wl C. Gatlln, druggist nt Rubottom, charged with Introducing and soiling, and tho defendant was discharged. Tho Ardmoro-Doston company sont another portablo cnglno and drill to Keller this morning. Thoy havo one outfit already thero at work. City Clerk Ocorgo Henry Bruce Is kept busy now writing out appll cations for water. A cordial Invitation to attend tho social at tho Central Baptist church Friday afternoon and evening. 22 Ono marriage llcenso Issued yestor da"y, M. D. Loocal and Bertha Buck master, Reck, SECURITY VS. UNCERTAINTY i J Ask any prominent physican or resident of Ardmore for the best place to buy drugs or have a pre scription filled, and you are in variably directed to f 1! f f i T. N.. Coleman's Drug Store This envinble reputation i but the direct result of cur painstaking carefulness concerning details of quality Jf and work, and our habit of always Riving the lowest once on everything. ' & If you want to laugh, go Methodist church Thursday Admission 25 cents. to th night Before you go 'phono 74. 9-lm. Must Employe a Plumber. Yesterday Inspector J. S. flolmai wns called upon by n citizen to tn tho main nnd give him wator. M Holmnn refused to do so unions sopi plumber would tako chnrgo of th work of plumbing, ho responsible fu all 'io work that was alrondy dt and superintend tho finishing of t Job. Inspector Holmnn says tho ordln anco prohibits him from tnnin.i tho mnlns for anyone, unless the plumbing Is done by n licensed plumb' er, or a licensed plumbor stands good for tho work so done, and ho will not devlato from tho ordlnnnco. Bo sure and come to tho social at tho Central Baptist church Friday evening. Refreshments 15c. 22-4 Seo Mrs. Spurgeon's special nolle calling attention to her lino of tnllo made, silk and molro lints to bo on display Friday and Saturday. 23 Seo tho dagger sceno from "Christian" nt tho "Old Maids'" volition tomorrow night. tho con- Tho First Regimental Hand, In their neat new uniforms, gavo an oprn a'r concert last night on tho balcony oi tho Morgan Hotel. A large crowd of music lovers were out to listen to the music. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT, J. A. HUMPHREY, Specialist Recontly of Galncsvlllo, Toxas, Glnss es accurately fitted. Olllco thorough ly equipped. Open Oct. 1. Over Hotch kiss' Jowelry store. Ardmoro. I. T, Ton hend of wild horses will bo ridden by Frank Still Friday after noon at 2:30 at tho ball park. 21-1 Murphy for Alderman. W. II. Murphy, general manager fo mo uuicunsaw compress company announces today as a candidate for KDRBY & KE' P, Real Estate and Insurance. Noble Building, Immlfirallon Agenl On a Sound Footing! Our business is conducted fo ns to Rivo our imtronj the benefit of every renl bnrciiin in footwear. Fairdenl itir mid honest shoes nro store chorno teristics in this establishment, nml we Ktiimuitee every shoe we sell to ho worth tho money wo ask for it, nnd that the hboes will be ns lepresonttil. INI FST, The Shoe Man. I The Big Shows From the Goldon Wsst Norris & Rowe's Big Shows. Tho one Great Tented Amusement Hnterpriso that Fulfills Kvery Promise. Will Hxhibit in ARDMORE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1903, 500- PerfDrmnnco at 2 and 8 n m. Clrand Spectacular Free Street Pn ratio at 10:110 a. m. PERFORMING ANIMALS -500 Consisting of Trained Klcphauts, Camels, Llamas, Lions, Pumas. Seals, Zobus, Buffaloes, Sen Lions, Monkeys, Goats, Ponies, Docs, etc 20-FUNNY CLOWNS-20 Vnrvtlois Acrobats, Airi.ilists and Contortionists, llnznrtlons W'ld Animu'B Features, Japanero Ptirforniers, Oriental Novelties, $10 1)0 School of Eduoutul Seals, World's. Greatest Perfominp Elephants. 100 NEW ACTS 10Q Positively the Gieatmit Ai urfKition of Gcnuino Novolties, in the An usenieul World, Popular Prices; Adults 50c j Children 25c. WHO 7 IT THE ARROW ? SALE NO. 1. FOR 7 DAYS. 7 Sale begins Monday 'Morning 0 O'clock September 21. MEN'S AND BOY'S FACTORY END HAT SALE. The people in and around Ardmore will teulotnber "Our Groat Hat Sale" last spriuu, aud wo trust you will bo as liberal with your praise and patronaKe duritiK this 7 dny's sule. We bought theso hats from tho factories at npnt unsh tor 40c on the dollar, and will sell them likewise. This lot consists of 1150 hats in tegular prices, 75e to $3.00 Lot No. 1300 75c hats going at - - .25 Lot No. 2800 $2.00 hats going at - .95 Lot No. 3350 $2.50 and $3.00 hats $1 35 We as-kyour inspection. Hemeuibor we also have u Special Pants FOR SALE. A eood 4 room house, seven nldorman to 1111 tlto unexpired term of blocks from Main, price $800 00, Dr. w. T. Gardner, resinned. Mr Murphy Is a thorough business gentle man and a man who la nhvajs found In the front ianhb of those who are pulling for a larger and better town Aruraoro na8 neon nis non'o tor i number of years and ho If well known not only In his own ward but through out tho city. So lnr Mr. Murphy has no opposition In the race. Tna e.. tlon will bo held Saturday, Oct. J. Taffeta Silka and Tailored Hats. A soloct lino of this flno headwoar will bo on display Friday and Satur day at MIsh Balrd's. 21-3 Hon. Dennis T. Flynn, former Dolo. gato to congress from Oklahoma and who now holds tho position of general solicitor for tho Frisco system, was In Ardmoro on n brief visit last night from his homo In Oklahoma City $200.00 cash and eiuull monthly payments. Th" best bargun in tho city good five room house, largo lot aud well improved place, desirable location. $1350.00, part cash. Four room house, lot 229xlf)0, fruit trees and good improvements. $1200 00 takes this. Owuor is lenving tho city and it must be Bold at once. Desirable southwest Ardmore property, lot 200x202, three-room house, east front. Lot 117x200 vacane lot. Cheap. WE HAVE OTHER BARGAINS. HOUSE MOVING, House Raising, Movlnt! Iron Safes, Setting Machinery, Etc. Attend tho social at tho Central Prices as low as good work will uaptist church for tho bcnoflt of permit, See mo. nnisnmg tno Sunday school room. Friday from 4 to 10 p, m. l!2-4 A mnns r.omo IB niS castle but hO Headquarters at KobUoii Machln- needn't got up in tho air about It. err Co., au iiroadway GEO. 1ft. WAYLAND Sale this week. O. L. 225 Main St. Yours for business, DENNES, Next Door to Ramsey's. The Ardmoreite Prints All the NEWS All the Time.' Complete Line of Ready to Wear HATS. UP-TO-DATE MIUIHEM Our xquisite Pattern Hats At all tunes give you tha correct style. I.nrgest stock of Millinery tn'AnliMntf nt Ij twei Htnin'rt. We uro agents for the Perfectfon Ladles' Tailoring Co., of Chicago. Our Pall samples aud styles and urf now mi display. Vi'tir ordir tnkn for ready to wear Ladies' Suits. "Metres, Viistn ai.d Jackets at the lowest prices. Lowenstein.