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JIDNSY HfOfM, Proprietor. , SUered at ibe Postofflra at Ardmore ts HcoiKl-rlass Mall Matter. November 2, 193. "ubllsbed frery attrnooo (aicept tttirdar) and Sunday morning. Office of publication, Nona Wub Ineton street Subscription Rates: One week nnn mnnlh One year 51 00 Tho OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER Ot tne Cnltod States Court for me BOOMem ntitrtrt Indian Tarrltorr: alto for tv. rMrVnaw Stock Associattoa of the Indian Territory, and the official organ of th city. Any crronous rafloctloa upon tb character or repwtatloB of any Pron which may be printed hi tbo Ardmor 11, or any artlcte bad on reports ttst are falte will be ladlr eoiroctod II Irouaht to the attention of th pnb lULer. TERMS Or U. S. COURT. At Ada Begins September 21, 1903 bol'la two week, and February 16, l'.'Ol, holda three weoka. At Tlahemtngo -Begins October 1, J sol and holda two weeka, and Feb ruary 29. 1SKM, and hold three weeks. At Chiekasha "lna November 2. 1.1 and March 21, 1SKM, each term two weeks. At Ryan Begins November lfi l'jr. and April 4, 10, one wMk aacb term. At Pureed Begins November 23, !&:!, and April 11, 1901, each term one weok. At Pauls Valley Begins November 30. 1903. and April 18. lWi. three weeks at oach term. At Ardmore Begins December 21, 1003, nnd May S. 104, seven weeks each term. If you turn In a fire alarm by tele phone, don't call for the lire depart ment, but tell "Contral" wli-re m Ire Is. L. C. BL.AUC1HTI5H, Chief. Ubo the Izmir Dlstnnre Telephone and call up Phone No. 5. If you want the Ardmorojto. II I I Ardrore, Monday, September 28, 190J. Tlio KluiiKlttw of Ji'wb In Itussla goes nlontc Industriously while the czar 1m ilc plorlriK tin" rulty of the uiiHK-uUnlili' Turk. The Dullax, 'lxas. Btate Fair is now open, tho lnaugurnl event being fill llllod by (lovornor lztnhttm, with a largo crowd in attendance. StacV the Young Men's Christian As sncliillon is going Into football It Is to bo hoped Hint the boys will kick the fines off ihelr opponents like Christians. Typesetting iiMichlnes should not bo UBod In thu Kovernmi'iit olllce. because tiny would lend on l larger (Millions ot the etiteemod Congiossltmal Record. - IllrmliiBhum Ago-Humid. Kinperor William of (lornmny htu entered Into n plnn to drlvo tho Ilock efcllcr Interests out of Kuropo. If Wil liam is HiiccoBttful In this effort he Bliould bo offered u slmllnr Job In thin country. Tlio Clilckusnw legislature lias passed n Johit resolution requestlnK tho secretary of tho Interior to np point an Indian woll acquainted with tho laud In tho nation to assist the fullbloods in their tilings. The wisest men In Gainesville are puzzled to know whether or nut they liavo prohibition In that city. The pros say they have, but the anils an nwer nay, and proceed to dlspeino red liquor the aanio as before election. I'artB Advocate. The Houston Post Is responsible for thlR Miss lluth Bryan has evidently decided that charity begin at 1)Oine and Is going to establish a home for It to begin nt by marrying W. II. iA-avItt .f Newjwrt. The llrst para grapher who "hopes that Charity may never Izxivltl" will ho hung, drown nnd quartered. One hundred or more barrels of Territory apples will shortly bo ship ped to St. Iznils from various points of tho Territory. Theso npples will bo placod In cold storage until open ing of the St. IzjuIs Kxposltlon May 1st next. IVrmern or fruit growors who can furnish ono or two lmrrulH will please notify nearest commission er, whon instructions how to prepare and where to send will be furnished It makes somo of our forefathers turn over In Ihelr graves anil groan to hear (If they can In spirit hear) some of tlio elaborato speeches upon the lynching question that are delivered by somo of the "culclinwt-il" llostonnse TIiobo snmo grent mem could hark back tho spneo of two short centuries to a tlmo when tlielr aucostors ownel and hanged slaves, burned witches, in ii rd (j rod and plllageil Indians, rob bing them of thoir possessions. If Hobton has any respect for her doad ancestry tho very best sho enn do U to dry up Denlson Herald. TVO DEATHS AND TWELVE NEW CASES SUNDAY. Owtlawfc t Lares Is Diovrlni Fswr Thousand People Flee th City Ute Physician Says Itt VOft Than Exete4. Baa Antcalo, Sapt. 27. The yellow fever situation at Laredo is growing worse and the amber of new cases Is ranldly Increasing. To say the least, the outlook la very dlaconraalng. Direct news received here says that there are twelve cases bow la I-redo sad two deaths were repotted today The two deaths were those of Mexican women. Speaking of the situation, Dr. O. M Onltoraa, now in iJiredo, today said. There are several foci of the disease In the city, showing conclusively that the fever baa existed here for some time. I consider the situation more discouraging tonight. ft Is really worse than 1 expected." The entire city of Laredo appi el ates the gravity of the i It. atlon s d the cltlsens show an unuual serious ness In their countenanre There's no panic however, and paonle tr.ke the state of affairs calmly. The t ty praeenta a dead appearance; all those who conld get away having departed for points north of the state of Taxaa and for Baltltlo, Mexico, and points south. It is estimated by the authoiltles that nearly 1,000 persons have fled from here slues the beginning of the yellow fever scare and the I- ter de--lopments of the disease. The city Is now quarantined against in all directions In the state, and no person can get beyond the limits of Wt lil) county, other Texas counties having mtabilHhed a shotgun quaran lino and turning back all those who are endeavoring to get away in coach, buggy or car. Tho quarantine applies to all per sons, freight, baggage, expiess. mail or other matter originating in the city of luiredii, or points south, the only iiersous having authority to leave tho corporation limits being the health olllcers of the state of Texas and of the United States. WORLD'S FAIR THREATENED. Attempt Made to Dum Up Agricultu ral Building at St. Louis. St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 28. An attempt was made at midnight to burn up the Iminenxe agricultural building at the World's Fair. A private watchman caught a sub plclous looking character who escaped after being shot at three times. A lot of combustible material, sat urated with coal oil, was found under the lUxir of the building- Postmaster Genera! Payne has been silenced. The more the Delaware jtost office case Is talked about, the more outrageous this concession to Addicks Ism becomes. The fate which led to the disclosure of the administration's written contract with the Delaware senators, deeding to them the spoil' In return for a Roosevelt delegation from their slate, la a fate which pur hiioh fioneral Payne. It Is assuring to know that his frank talks as a spoils man do not strike the ears of the people as Just the proper thing auy more. The people are tiring of spoils politics and of ambitious men who live by It and grow rich upon It. Dallas News. The Proof of the Puddlno. Tlie fact that Tyler College at Ty ler, Texas, enrolled nearly fifty per cent more students during thu first twonty days of September of this yoar, than ever before, proves their superior mothods, superior teacher, and tho superior, practical training of thoir graduates. You can scarcely go Into a town in tht or adjoining states and not Had one or more of their Htiidents aoldlug the luniling steno graphs or bookkeeping position. of the town. Twenty of thoir studouts Iwvo been placed In llrst class posi tions slncti tlio llrst of the mouth. If a young man or woman desires to bettor thoir opportunities for life, thoy cam ninko no mistake in entering tho school that has mndo such a won derful success as has the Tyler Col lege. Now that a spoclal session of con gress Is assured, it Is time for the average cltUon to commence thinking ns to when ho Is going to get his copy ot Jefferson's Hlble, which congress ordered print od out of tho people's taxes. As their congressmen will re turn to Washington in a short time, it would lie woll for the people to men tion tho matter to them, Hint they may look aftor It as soon as they rituh tae capital. I I ii Fa Hepor'.'Hl by John King A Co . Cor; mission Merchants, Oaineavilie an Ardmore. COTTON MARKET. Liverpool Futures. MOUTH OPKX S r. M. CMg Jan. Feb. 4.07 6.11 S ll-U Fab. Mar. 4.07 10 i.ll-il Mar. Apr. 6 03 5.1B 6 11.12 Apr. May. .07 6 in 5.11 May,Juo .? A Or Hep. S.61 h 1 5 02 Ssp.Oet. hM 5 99 6.9-l0 Ost. Nor. ft.il 6 M 5.10-SO Nov. Dec. s.li a lfi 6.16 Dec. Jao. 6.M 6. is 6 1314 Spots firm. M'tli. 0.06. Sale 60W. Arw Kaaeipl 71 J Am. SI00. New Yerk Fuljres. MONTH OPMN CLOfg Jan 0.18 9 W-68 Fob 0.17 0.681 Mch 9.K 0.63-6 April a.K on 61 May 0.83 8.92 08 Jun se-ao July 0.66 07 Aug Sept 11.17 11.70 78 Oct 8.16 0 10 60 Nov 8 47 9. 18-CO Deo 9.47 6 61-62 Snots quiet Mills. 11.26. Sales l0 f. o. b New Orleans Futures. MONTH Ol'g.V . 9 40 CLOK JmII 9.11-12 Peb Mch ft. 1 1 10 9 30 0 68 61 April P.62-02 Mny 0.01 0.00 o: Jans July kuu Sept 9.S7 9.W UK 9 Si Oct Nor 0.M 10 0 87-83 Dee 9.M.97 Chicago Grain Market. VfH MAT. Sept. 70t 76 701 . . 781 7S . . 78i I a 15 . . 461 I fit .. 151 I'll .. 46f soi .. m 87i .. 301 m . . 87i Dec . May. Spt. Dec.. May . Sapt. Dec.. May. Local Cotton Mark.t. The cotton inarket opened firm in Ardmore this morning and closed easy. Lint cotton sold for 8.90 to 9.10. while seed cotton brought from 2.90 to 3 cents. The receipts today amounted to about 100 bales. Hie, Ladles' Aid Society at the Cumberland Presbyterian church will meet at the nianso Tuesday sftornoon at 1 o'clock. MHS. W. T. NIXON, Secretary. Indian Torltory pross, ns woll as that of Oklahoma and olsewhero, will rend with regret of tho death by ty phoid fever of 13. It. Felt, editor of ICdtnond Untorprlso. Deceased had many wnrm friends throughout the country who oxtond sympathy to tho wife wlio is left to mourn. Tho Times-Herald says: John Mitchell savs tho unions aro wrong (a the Miller case. John Mitchell is a stalwart friend of President Itoosovelt ami always pays his debt. Tho action of the president In the anthracite coal strike made Mitchell Is the king-bee among American labor leaders. The king-bee Is not an Ingrate. Lots of people get the hanging they deserve only when they are hung In the family tree. Builder's Hardware. Williams, Corhn & Co., hnvo the most completo stock ot nulldor'a hard ware In tho city. DON'T BE DECEIVED, (lood people, don't bo docolved nnd think thoro is only ono man In i Torrltory competent and qualified to ship bodies who died of contagious or Infectious diseases. I am competent nnd fully iiunllfled to properly propare for shlpniont nny body placed In my hnnds, and am tho only ono In Ard moro having nn ombalmcr'a permit from our board of health. Also a cer tificate from ono ot tho loading lec turors nnd domonatrators on oisbalra Ing and disinfection In tho United S'atoi. Wo hnvo the finest and largest lino of coffins nnd caskota to select from and can ploaso you. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Calls attendod to promptly day or night. T. C. imiDQMAN,, Tho Leading Undertaker and Em- balmor. dw Subscribe for tho Ardraorolte. ANNOUNCEMENT. For Alderman. W. H. Murphy announces as a can didate for alderman from tha Kouril ward to fill the unexpired term of Dr W. T. Gardner, resigned. Special election Saturday, October I, 1803. W. A. Ollliam announces as a can didate for Alderman for the Fourth ward, to nil the unexpired term of W T. Gardner, resigned. Special election will be held Saturday. Oct 3, 1903. tdrertUoments under this beau will b received at (be rate of five (6) cents per line. No advertisement rcetved for less than fifteen (It) tents. Special monthly rates fur nlshod on application. Th? notice may contain any matter of "Lost, "Found." "For Root." "For. Ssle." "Stolen," "Strayed, ' or any p-irpo without display lines. WANTED. WANTKIi -Cleat., white rags at Ard more:te office. FOR SALE. COUNTRY PIUNTKR-160 cash buys a Vaughnn Iderl hand press, good as new. Address Saturday Guide, Ardmore, I. T. s&w FOR SALIfi One one-horse delivery wagon and a show case. Apply R. T. Dallas. 7-t FOR SALK Alfalfa seed. My own home-rown production. New crop. Non.lrrigated. September-October. Time to sow. Twenty pounds to ar-re. It. K. Smith, Sherman. 27-3 FOR BALIS Good pay In.; m-.1.- practice, fourrom haue ua !:i:. lot, In small town. Will Introd i. buyer to patrons. Rest reasons lor selling. Address Doctor, box 51, Ardmore, I. T. SSdAw-l.-n FOR SALU Good farming land.- with improvements on ten allot ments. Classified as fine average land. Apply C, care Ardmorelte, Ardmore, I. T. C-d&w-tf FOR SALK A vault door and frame. D. U. Hooker, Ardmore. I. T. 22-tf FOR SALK1 hundred bushels tomatoes, r.. . green. $1 per bushel. Apply W. A. WatU. 22-lm FOR SALK A lot and four-room house In South Ardmor?, ?300. Apply Mrs. R. C. Farmer, C street, north west. 8-tf FOR SALK Stock In the Ardmort and Uoston Co. Read their advertise ment in this paper and consult Mr. Arthur D. Hyde, Keller, I. T. H-12. FOR SALE My business lota on West Main street, Ardmore, I. T. Cash no trade. A. D. Chaso. 11-1 in FOR TRADK A good gentlo work horse. Will tako cord wood or corn. Apply Sidney Suggs, Ardmorolto. tf. FOR RENT. FOR RKNT Furnished rocms. Apply Mr. W. M. Robinson. 27-4t FOR RKNT The stole room now oc cupied by Ilyrd, tho tailor. Apply Moran Scott or II. F. Wymore. 2.V. FOR RKNT A buslnosa house on North Caddo street. Apply Ard morolto office. lS-tf FOR RK.NT 'i liree furnished rooms. Apply to Mrs. A. F. A tawny, 310 N. Washington street. 18-12L FOR RKNT Tho Apollos building Apply to F. P. 25-tf. on Mnln street. Harlan. LOST. LOST lletween Hargrove College and Mnln strcot, medium izo plain Bold wntch, 15 Juwols, Waltham movomsnt. Given nnmo was on graved on front lid. A nlckel-plat-cd fob with small stones was at tached. A reward of $D will be paid for return of wntch to Ardmorclto office. 27-3t. LOST On llrondway, near Methodls. church, a black oton Jacket trimmed In whlto lace. Finder please return to this oiTlco. 25-2t Mrs. Jefferson Davis. Iluffnlo. N. Y., Sopt. 28. At a lato hour tonight Dr. Stockton, hor nt tending physician, stated that Mrs. Jefferson Davis is considerably Im proved. The physicians aro more hopoful than thoy havo boon since she was taken sick. 'Mrs. Davis has shown a marked Improvement," said Dr. Stockton to night. "1 will not say that tho ob struction of tho bowols has been re moved, buo sho began to Improve this morning nud sho hns been on n sllgnt hut steady Improvement throughout j tho day." HH 1 The Big Shows From the Golden West Norris & Howe's Big Shows. The one Great Tented AinueetLent Euteiprise that FalQlls Every Promise. Will Exhibit in ARDMORE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1803, f llllIl I J Perforujance at 2 nud s p m. Ornnd Spectacular Free .Street Parade at 10:30 a. in. PERFORMING ANIMALS 500 500- Consistini: of Trained E'ephants, Camel?, Llamns, Lioi p. Puma?, Seals, Zebu?, Buffaloes, Sea Lions, Monkeys, Goats, Ponies, Doks, etc. 20-FUNNY OL.OWN3-SO Marvelous Acrobats, Aerhlists and Contortionists, Hazardous Wild Animals Features, Japanese Performprs, Oriental Novelties. S10.C00 Schoo! of Educated Seals. World's Greatest Perfoniintf Elephants. 100 NEW ACTS 100 Positively the (tn-ate:r Airirr-gitioti of (Jemarjp Novelties i- i lie At. u- m -ur World, Poplar Prices, idu:ts SOc, i :faSSdren 25c. OOOHOS I Qi-ooepy BiKs Reflect PcsEisve Economies. Conic in and select the pood things you want which you will always find listed at the minimum price. OFFER TODAY : Boston Beauty Mackerel, Deep Ocean Codfish, Lai d in Bulk, tiinde from fat h.'.cks nnd jmiH 'eul. Just received, n fresli lin of Rousted CoLePS. the iluest mod AU n fresh lot of LOOSE-WILES can-lies ud crackers. Try some of their York State Bumm-s, at JO o-its. I also Lrfll Lender, PJnniHT. Albntrow nnd V hife Futvn ('our. Fresh Evaporated California Fi.ts. Iu fret, tiny run, j; you may want iti flrst-i:Iass grof-ei i-s A other way to et tbem ir" to Phone No. 19. VV. A. PAYNE. Now occupies the corner, opposite Noble Bros.' Hardware Store. Felker is always in the front with the best gro ceries and biggest stock. If it's in Ardmore Felkcr, HaB it. If you are not using Regal Flour, buy a sack. It never disappoints. JM TT E2-1, K hi JF? THE SFOCER. HUUIiHttMIM an i a t r - n L U WHOLESALE We t!.' nmlt r.Hiftncd. will pive i'ir f.ill 'jpfiu-'ir on the ith and 7th uf Oct. ler. Everybody cordinlly invited to attend. J. K. Hamilton, Mrs. H. Low ctislrin, Mr. M. K. Spurgeon, Miss Coilin-, Miss Baird. WW I UUi.ll 4.1 ader. The World's Stand ard of a good Flour. Tyler & Simpson Company. HAS MOVED, DISTRIBUTORS.