Newspaper Page Text
A New Orleans Cotton Letter.
S v Or n , V v j T ) M li.
mli' lly & ('" Kil.iui iik Lucr
,,nl' iurii:i i ii'i .iiii-f, rnifien m;m
hat hpiniicis were railing cotton on
Novemher. I' arlng a rorner in Novom-
licv Pi'' etulnr options The Liverpool
m.iiket l hqIJ I" have cloned with u
i;ikiI uiidiTti.no nnl that there lit a
bi'iiltliy liimlncss doing In Mnnclmster
w.iii piospccts of Its continuing. Llv-
pool lias a stock of American cotton
.ncluding Hint nffcat of 5S4.O00 against
(t.ooo last year ntul It was only yes-
1 1 ilny that It was nnld that the distri
bution of cotton In Hutopc win again
urthor advanced, exports from Anicrl-
Bincu oupii'iiiuui isi, -.kh.v.h
'rigalnst 2.3C7.1M0 for the Rami- time
i.st year. There was no coiner Jn thu
English market last Dccomher under
lie same conditions, the Dcecniher po
rtion averaging about 4.rt, ami there
h not near tho speculative Interest In
the market as was the case one enr
mo, then! can ho hut little short In.
i rest since operators exptv tfd such a
unditlon In advance.
Sentiment, based upon pnif.pects or
.ry smnll crop anil prolmhllity of a
i ry bullish hurenu next Thursday, no
Imibt crowded short Hellers ami forced
i-luctaut covering by tho reaching of
The moemont and visible supply
variations warranted a lower marKoi
fjtMead of the advance that material-
d, available stocl; of tlie world In
reused 115,033 hales of Amerlenn
ompared with an Increase of 55,994
or tho corresponding week of Inst
ear, totnl stocks of the world now
landing 2,Si!u.ll9G against 2.S18.S0 of
II kinds 3,3 11. 'JOG against 3,297.nsn
Tho movement fills coming week
, ill probably run far ahead of t Ikj
jime week one year ago will probably
outlntio so during Dereinhcr. when we
avo rnther hullis-h visible variations
compare with. All features stir
oiinding tlie market, however, are
Jp-tracked ponding the publication of
census bureau ginners' reKrt anil
lie official crop estimate to bo made
iy the government next week. Port
ielptH for tho day point to 73,000
iuaiiiFt 115,923 last war and estimate
1r Monday, the end of the month, at
.'ew Orleans art? 1S,000 to 20,000
gainst 1I.5S5 last year: OalvostoTi
9.D00 against 5,792: Houston 15.000
1(5.00(1 against 5,392.
To correspond with tlie impioveinen.
t Liverpool, Nnv Orleans opened at
Sl' ill eluht ciirlit points higher.
I Spots were In fair request at an nil-
In Bnnc of 18; '!Ill(', "0M' to arrive :t,
jfj !n0; middling 11 1-10.
iwith the opening of next Monday
ie market will probably be very nerv
us during the llrst half of tho week,
I Q nif tho New Orleans Tinios-Demoerat
UIHill cstimato tho nrobnbio sizo of the
t . srup wuu mu opening oi me CHieiiuur
i ...t.i. n... i.. -i- i i
r aeok and tlouble margins should Tit
l!Ui'acted to tide contracts over tho tin
(jr rtainticH attending Washington's
,l'il IS " esiiuiiiieH as uiuru in no Hiiyiim
., tlbow wide llucluatlons will be and a
Buny $i per naie is euureiy 100 sunui
c ... .i
ONLY GUARANTEED CURE.
yomel Costs You Nothing If It Falls
Says the City Drug Store.
Among tho many medicines upon
io market that claim to euro catairh
one but Hyotnel has enough faith
Its own merits to ho willing to re-
nu the money if it does not cure.
Thla rem.-irlt.iblo renmdv for cntnrrh
tills tho microbes and tho gormn of
'Do disease and from Its introduction
Mis been sold under a posltlvo guaran
o to return tho money to all dlssatls
!Tho City Drug Store has sold a great
any outfits in tho bust few years,
d they htand ready today to ret u nil
he price to anyono who has not been
(flped by Hyoniel.
Tho comploto outllt costs $1 and
prlfioa an Inhaler, a bottle of Hyo
aud ti dropper. Tho Inhaler will
iKt a llretlmo, and additional bottles
? llyomoi rati bo obtained for 50c.
iBreatlio Hyomol for ft few minutes
Jlir limes a uny, onu your euiuriu
ill grow bettor from tho llrst day's
e, and will be completely cured In
Do not try to euro catarrh with or
lnarv stomacii medicine. Hreatho
Po healing Hyomol whlcii goes to
jury part of Uie air passages and re-
Jiraiory organs, Killing uie ctuurm
Srms and preventing their growth.
Jit l tho only treatment for catarrh
lien you can get your monoy back
tm a local dealer In case ltdoes not
r W!iat londrt color to tho Idea that all
v'lw wor1'' 13 11 EtaK B tl10 fatt tll!U
llll'illt'r mini n uui tinvi im-
Health la absolutely lmposslblo if
bstlpatlou Is present. Many serious
iS03 or livor and kidney complaint
vo sprung from nocloctoil constlpa
u. Such a doplornblo condition is
necessary. There s a cure for It
J'rblnu will snoedlly remedy mat
iithouiK U. A. Lindsay. P.M.. ltronson,
III IO h wr'tna l.'oli 10 1'in'' "Ilnvtni'
'f' i.tlul Horiilne. I find it a lino mealclno
D ir"'"-- .. .. . ... ...
nt ' constipation. jic oolite ai w. u.
In the t'nitd States tourt in thi
Indian Territory. Southern district, j
Mary Smith, plaintiff, vs. William
Smith, defendant. No. 6676
The deiondnnt William Smith. Is
warned to appear in this court In thir
ls days and answer the complaint of
the plaintiff, Mary Smith.
WltnoN, lion. Hoseft Townsend.
Judge of said court this 27th day of
0. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk.
Herbert. Walker nud Cannon, attor
J. C. Urahaut, attorney for non-res-
Tlrst published Oct. 28, 1903.
In tlie United Statos District court
In tlie Indlnu Territory, Southern dis
trict Stella May Truelove, plnlntlff, vs.
Claionce Tnielove, defendant. No.
The defendant, Clarence Truelove,
U wanieil to appear In this court In
thirty days and answer the complaint
o" tho plaintiff, Stella May Tniolove.
Witness the Hon. Hocea Townseud,
Judge of said court and tho sol
thereof, thin 23d day of November.
1903 0. M. CAMPIIULL.
Cnice, Ci-uce & Hleakmore, attor
neys. Sam II. Ilutlor, attorney for non
Klrnt published Nov. 24, 1002.
Iu the. United Slates court In tho
Indian Torrltory. Southern district:
,f. It. Moore, plnlntlff. vs. Cordelia
Mooiv, defendant. No. 5703.
Tho defendant, Cornelia Moore, Is
warned to appear In this court In
thirty days and answer tho complaint
of tho plaintlif, J. It. Moore.
Witness Hon. Hoseii Townseud,
Judge of said court and the seal thereof
thla 21st day or November, 1903.
(Seal) C. M. CAMI'HKLL. C'lork.
Hy W. S. CltOCKKTT
TUck & Ia-o, mtorneys. .
S. II. nutlor. atlonioy for non-rcsi-
llrst ptlbllshtHl Nov. 22. 1903.
California, the Beautiful.
Now's your ch mice cheap ra (C25)
fr in1 Indian Torrltoiy suitions to uai
i.omia: Tickets on sale daily mil
November 0 Tiurlst cnr. through
to San Francisco, leaves St. Louis on
The Katy Flyor" Tuosdays or each
week-, passing Indian Territory sta
tions Wednesdays. Ask for tour book
and other Information. Address
Sultn O. tho Watuwrlght, St. Louis, Mo.
C. O. & G. EXCURSION RATES.
Holiday excursion to points on line
of C. O. & O railway. See ticket
ngent. Dates of sale December 24, 25
aud 31 and January 1.
International Livestock convention.
Chicago, Nov. 2S, 2? nnd 20. Rati
W. A. DASH1KLL. Ticket AgL
Cattle are bo heap In some Western
states that they are sold by tho bunch.
You always by for a little less
when you buy hero. Step lu and price
our Charter Oak boaters. Williams
Corhn & Co.
FROM SOUTH AFRICA.
New Way of Using Chamberlain's
Mr. Arthur Chapmnn writing from
Natal. South Africa, says: "As a
proof that Ckamberlaln's Cough Rem
ed y Is a suro cure sultnble for old and
young, I pen you tho following: A
neighbor of mine had a child Just over
two months old. It bad a very bad
cough and Its parents did not know
what to glv'o It. 1 suggested that If
they would get a bottle of Chamber
laiu's Cough Remedy and put some
upon tho dummy icat tbo baby was
sucking It would no doubt cure tho
child. This they did and brought
about a quick relief and cured tho
baby." This remedy Is for snle by
F J. Ramsey, Ardmore Drug Co., W.
The man who shaves himself throws
in a lino of conversation even more
plcturesiiuo than tho barbers use when
ho Unds (hat his wife has been using
his razor to pnro her corns.
Notice of First Meeting of Creditors,
In the United States Court In Uie
Southern District of tho Indian Ter
ritory. In bankruptcy No 27.
To tho creditors of lJmery Hurfleld
Thia Ib to glvo notlco that on Uie 21st
day of November, 1903, at Ptirc.-ll, In
said district, ono Rmery Ilurfleld was,
on bin own petition, adjudged a bank'
nipt, and that the llrst meeting of
said erodluira of said bankrupt for the
purpose of llllug and establishing tholi
clnlma, for choosing a trustee of his
estato, for examining tho said bank'
nipt by oath and for tho transaction of
such oUier business an can lawfully
ccmo before such meeting, will bo held
before Uio undersigned reforee In Pur-
cell, lu Uio said district at his olllce
on tho 5th day of December, 1902, at
10 o'clock a. m
Dated at Purcell, I. T November
21, 1903. GEO. M. MILLER,
Itoforoo In Bankruptcy.
First published Norombor 23, 1902
A iEXAS WONDHR.
HALL'S liREAT DISCOVERY.
On umall battle of The roxag Won
der, Hall's Great Dlecovery, cures all
kldiify and bladder troubles, remotes
gravel, cures dlahotci ecnilnal omis
sions, weak and lame oai-K, rliounm
tlsm and all lrreguiarlt'.tu of ih kill
neys and bladder in octh womeu ant)
men. ItegiilatcB biaddvr trouble lu
children. It not hold by your druggist
will be sent by mall on receipt of il.
One small bottlo Is two months' treat
ment and will cure any caso above
mentioned. . UIL 15. W. HALL.
Solo manufacturer, I. O. Hoi C29,
St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by all drugglci.
Ardmore, I. T Oct. 18, 1902.
This Is to certify ihnt the Texas
Wander, Hall's Great Discovery, cured
two of my family of kidney and blad
der trouble, and I can fully recom
mend It to others suffering lu same
13. J. ST1LWKU
Cured Piles After 40 Years.
Mr. C. Hnncy of Gimovn, O., had the
piles for 40 years. Doctors and dol
lars could do him no lasting good.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cured him
permanently. Invnlunblo for cuts,
burns, bruises, sparlns, lacorations.ee
zema, totter, salt rheum and all other
skin dls'Nisos. Look for tho nnmo Do
Witt on tlie package nil others are
cheap, wortholss counterfeits. Sold
by all druggists.
If you Intend to burn coal provide
your home or olllcc with n Wilson hot
blnst coal stove. Sold only by Noble
Whlto Klophant, tho buggy that sur
passes all other makes. They ar.'
Btyllsh, they aro durable and the
prices aro right. Sold only by Wil
liam's Corhn & Co.
The tim v'u for IMnrnb-
i ii ft vtrt
W have on hand" it full
$ supply of 1'in. m bint: Matoruil.
Wu know liow to do your
Our IMamhiiiK prices are
Come mill so us.
Practical Tinners and Plumbers.'
In tho United States district court
In tho Indian Territory, Southern dls
Joele Uickln, plaintiff, vs. Nathan
Locklo, defendant. No. GCSO.
Tho defendant Nathan J-ackie Is
warned to appear lu this court In thir
ty days and answer tho complaint or
tho plaintiff, Joslo Lacklc.
Witness the Hon. Ilosea Townsond,
judgo of said court and Uio seal there
o' tills 7th day of November, 1003.
Sam II. llutler. attorney for plaintiff.
W. It. Hleakmore, attorney for non
resident. Pirst published November 8, 1903.
In the Uultcsl States Court in the In
dian Territory, Southern District:
W. II. Ilahlwlu, plaintiff, vs. May
Ualdwln, defendant. No. 5,097:
Tho defendant. May Baldwin, is
warned to appear In Uila court in
thirty days and answer the complaint
or tho plaintiff, W. II. Ualdwln.
Witness, Hon. Ilosea Townscnd,
Judge of said court, and tho seal there
of, thin 17th day of November, 1903.
(Soal) C. M. CAMPRKIX, Clerk.
Dy W. S. CROCKIJTT, Deputy.
Potter, Howman & Potter, Attorneys.
J. C. Thompson, Attorney for Non
Plrst publlsheil November 18, 1903.
Notice of First Meeting of Creditors.
In the United States court In tbo In
dian Territory, Soutnorn district, at
Pauls Valley. In Bankruptcy.
In tho matter of John W. Alexnnder.
bankrupt. In Bankruptcy.
To tho creditors of John W. Alex
nnder of Poster of Southern district
aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given thnt on the
iO th day or November. A. 1). PJ0.1. Ui
said John W. Alexander was duly a
Jndlented bankrupt, nnd that the fir
mooting of creditors will be held a'
Pauls Valley in the Southern dlstr
Indian Territory, on the 30th dn "i
November, A. H. PJ03. at 10 o'clorl.
In tho forenoon, at wlilch time a'-,
placo tho said creditors may att' n-1
prove tholr claims, apiolnt a tnihto
examine tho bankrupt nnd trniiPar
Buch other huslnoes as may irm
come before said mooting.
, Referee In Bankruptcy
First published Nov. 22, 1903,
Subscribe for Uie Ardmorelte.
GEO. I. JORDAN,
Attorney at Law and Land AgeL
WYNNKWOOD. I. T.
tipeclul attention to Commerclnl and
Guy P. Cobb. E. Hastnln
CODB S. HASTAIN,
Attorneys at Law.
O 111 co lu Graulto lllock.
Tishomingo, Ind. Tor.
W. A. LedbetUr. 8. T. Ulodsos
LKDDKTTKU A. HLKP80W,
Attorneys st Law.
Omen In Ledbettsr & DUtUo UuUii
Ing, Main BtreoL
L. D. SUTHERLAND,
Physician and Surgeon.
-Upstairs lu Postolllco Illock.
Ardmore, Ind. Ter.
W. H. MacCRAKEN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office, Hooker-Carter building Hours
b-11 a. iu., 2-5 p. m. Evenings by
Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat.
Glnsses accurately fitted. Olhco
over Hotchklss" Jewelry Btore.
Ardmoro. I. T.
DR. J. F. SON,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attuutlju given to diso&os of
Women and Children.
Ofilco In Gorman buildings.
Olflce hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to
p. in. Olllce I'bone lio. u. Ilesidenco
phone No. 132.
DR. L. U. BROWN.
Physician and Surueon.
Olllco at Colemau llros' Drug Store.
Ilesidenco. opposite Ice Plant, South
Ardmore. Oftlee "phono 2CB. Ilesl
deuce 'phone "SO.
: : -j.
DR. J. W. ECHOLS,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
- Toxas. -fr
VV. M. ANDERSON,
Whlta A. Smith's StabU.
Res. 'Phone No.
DR. J. W. SMITH,
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllco In Gorman Ilulldlng
Olllco 'phono 0 3 rlngr..
Residence 'phone I-t.
Olllce hours lu to 11! a. ui., ;
to 4 p
Special attention glvea to Diseases
of Women and Children.
W. M. CHANCELLOR
Physician mill Surcon
We mnk dlaeimttn 11 1 women and chllrtroii
and iri-nciral onoratlvo BtirtrurT i nieoliUv.
IlenlilencH, a iitreot norlhemt, leoond door
norio 01 1 nira iivnnau:
Ofllco with Ardmore Drug Co.
Jfllce photiB H6, residence ).)ione 228
noi. Phonii sa.
Rp. Chna '
PnVfllCIANi1! ANIJ BURQROfS
I)moo hnuni 10 lo II . m.. i lo i D. ra..rt
S to 8 p. m.i UundT, 10 lo 11 . m. na Stit
v. m, Offloe rbon 1::. Offloo orar lUmirr'i
orn inr unrnnf wip inn ntnnn
Over ltonner (c Bonner's Drug Store,
Ardmore, Ind. Ter.
DR. A. E. ADAMS,
Tlie latest Improvement for
and Bridge Work
Local anesthotlca administered for
tho painless extraction of teeth,
AH work guaranteed Prices to
suit the times.
Olllco over Ttnii'lol'ii store Ardmoro,
H IS THE BEST
1 CLOTH INGg
I YYLER, AGKERLAHD & CO., B
Maker, Cincinnati. HR
jH Ask your Dttlcr or Write lor llootlet. 9H
J. A. ntVENP. Precliji,nt
Account if ilrniK mhi iik'i ldunH
Telephone N . 1.15.
ARDMORE' 5 LEADING BAKERY.
Brcnd delivered daily
to all parts of the city,
and shipped to all
points within one
t Spiegle's Bakery,
i vour Carriage
'...til. - ...,.. it.i
1 ;kf .
k D. E. ALLEN.
:&.jAtrtv..v,. a: .;. .. . . .' j
vW Ml "III! m UilLUII linn i;ti;ijruii, mnia wti ,.o inn ,t ,.
J J . i .. i.i. nr.. : ... . . ......
' II UUU V llll US. Hill IVCII 111 u.iimvi,aiH l,IAil -
incuts but the experience wo have hail selling
warrants us in putting it
'Jit- nothing satishes so well as
tV full lll'if 4lwr nm Ii.i.imu. r,ulu
cliasu you go home satisfied anil stay satisfied. That's the kind f
riiRtoincrs wu need in the building of our business. That's why w
handle the Studebaker line.
Do you need somothlng? Lot us llguro on It with you.
i c HtndfhkrtBrpotfrtlJtobrnUhlr
i.uuirput oa your Job If jour twit trunrfctttre
Prints All the
ALL GROCERS SELL IT.
DON LCY, V e Hf. ni. .r.
V. A. WOt 'THros
sollclteil (;niiM.ei. if.M,i-..
That i' wortli 11 grtnl dent in I lie
ciMiitott urn) iicultli it fives is within
your r. noh lit 11 timtlt riitc cost Lot
ii- ntvc .Mm I'll otiinnto 1 11 1111 up to
iliitt1 bath room ciiiipiiicnl open
puiiiiniiiir, jiorci him or onmnled tn
ntul pi id ft 'tinitnry connoerioiiR.
Our prices are lo out for hiili elnv
Coleman Plumbing Co.,
, mums 5UUTII or postoppicii.
Fresh, pure, whole
some bread madcevcry
da'. Our Clebrated
Cream Graham Hiul
Rye 13rcad alwayn on
J, H, Spiegle, Prop, and Mgr.
t At Xt. t t jAi
v s -r v .vr ivr iv v.
.Need Attention!1 !
Wi- arn fiirrl.ive llepitlr Men TI10 W
nioHt rlilra' ilrlfi'rn rnnnnt llnil h '
Haw 1 1 our ivo.lt. We do morn ttinn ft
M-rfiM tlv iileamt "ur patroiiK. Wo no .1,
.(.irnH i.i try it ml perfectly plea
our patrotiH' (rleinln. Tint Im what Vic
I'rlnKius new trades t lint In wliy o
nrn iiIivii.vh Iiuh : t nt In why every ft
vehicle o repair Ib an inlvertlito-
,.,,.nt f..r ,,a 4 .iflaMt.il .itiutnmnr
iinnot help tnlklni; nlmut It. I.i'tun Y
tnlk t'lyou nlmut Ihnt work you con- i'i
templnt.T liav Ing dono. We pnlnt mid J
tr'in ,1- ft
ill nrru.tUv.iv. 'niiono 170. ft
....,., , t,, ,,ff 1 ;r 1...1 ... ;f
strong. That experience proves lb-
Vli,.n 1l;ivi liin.l.. V ,lir lllir
ARDMORE, 3. T
protlurt with Ihe nm Ftultkfr .At
ttftt jou have a vvhtclewf iru luu t4 uifJ
NEWS All the Time?