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Ardmore, Wednesday, Oct. 12, 1904.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. Flv Qinm i.r Quito anfl nun.mnsitS Soft and St ff Hats Our stock o now fall Hat nnd Caps la now t nip ft-; lu every detail. rr;em 50c to $5.00 Wo aru fldle aiiut tnr the celv bratod Hhwim $3.00 Hat. Call and boo o ir loek of T'en's and Ooya' Furnishing". i ARDMORE IN0.TEI1. i vml iiuor w.t rity Nut i iuuk .Mi.titli Hide Main Htrvet. New Millinery Our stock of Dross lints. Struct Huts. Tailor-Made Hats is by far tho liaiulsomi'St ovor soon in Anlinoro. Call and sou this inairniiicent assortment. It is our policy al ways to soil at a small margin of prolit. No fancy prices. Uoautiful lino Tailor-Mado Skirts and ladios' furnishini's. The Cut Price Guns. Guns. We hae special price InJucenients to offer you on guns shotguns, rifles and targets. '1110 prico Is cut to the quick. Come in and let us show you. PIVBNS CORHN & FRBNSLBY. Hurdle's where. "Bldo" cigar sold every Hardlo's "Eldo" 5c cigar. Ask for tho "Eldo" 5c cigar. Tho "Bldo" cigar, tiar-d-mado cigars. tho Ardmoro i8-lm Our fall and winter woolens have arrived, thoy offer tho finest selection of pattors to solcct from and wo guar nutco perfect workmr.i.ihlp and th lrwcst prlcoB. J. J. STOI.fA, Tho ')U or. 7-3 ra Floml of now stoves, good stoves, old stoves and any kind of stoves nt U D. Mason's on Nortfe Washington street, the Installment house. 7-lm Can and will save you money on Wall Paper. You Know the only good Mixed Paint in town is SHERWIN-WILLIAMS & CO'S. T. N. COLEMAN DRUGGIST The Worst pisoster That cum r-cfnil min mittidc of k CvMi in hufnniliy, I th leiniotlm of liln horut. hr llr. All thr larltiKi of hl lift l.uiv inn lif conminieil wllliln Ifw tiMef mlntitfi. anilttii fututfot tiluiKulf nnd fatnliy f..rvt r bhiMed. A iml'ey In Diir ci)Diuai maki mieli a JUnaJur Impossible For ther niiipli llm immiik of retnrlni: urerjtblru: that lire way have demrojetl. BRUCE $ BUTT Wo nn l tho Fnmtius It ohosttu In of high Km le, limit) tailored "lnthltiR f r men Hint flu and weirs'. Litest stylos aud p:itteuiB $5.00 to $23.00 Boys' Clothing Tub Bit: brand la the Lift. Wo M fiom. Suits $2.25 to $1 0.50 Ov c intfl from $2.2510 $9.50 Pants We ell thn Oohon and U ildmnn line of tit-well and weai-well Cant-. Men b from $1.50 to $5.50 liuy's Pants from 50c to $3.50 Fall Alpine. D. J, TREADWELL T i Millinery Lowenstem h0uSC SOLOMON, THE BAKER, And Maker of Good Things to Eat. Pure, pnlatablo and eatable aio tho candles 1 am now putting on sale. Every piece of candy we offer you U nbsolutoly fresh and pure. Our varie ty of chocolates, cannot bo surpassed In flavor and quality. Prlng you;1 children. Thoy will bo dollghto.I nil"! you will bo pkasod. SOLOMON, Tho Pakor, And Makt-r of Good Things to Bat. PInesalvo acts like a poultice,, by City Drug Store. Sold Remember that dainty Majestic lunch next week at Hivens, Corhn & Frensley's. Everybody invited. Don't get left. 1U-G CBBS3 , PERSONAL NOTES. ' 5 ! ' P. J. Vnughou of Alex, I. T Ih lu the city. . J I). Fletcher, a prosperous iner- thant of Pmvenrc. wnsn pleunnt cnll- j.. r today. I, K. S. lUirney of Chlckashn Ih In the city today. W. C. McAfee left today for Sulphur Oil bU8ltieS8. JaniBH B. Johuson In here today frOltl I'OteaU. I. s. Halley was In Hi illy loday ' from Coalgato. v. u. Harrison oi uurwooa wm in the city today. Max I toyman of Oilnenvlll'' U In the rlty today. t'. S. Marshal Hon Colbert wont to Tishomingo today. Andy HutchliiB of Wyntt wag In thu city this afternoon. .1. C. Smith and wlfo are in tho city today from Marietta. J. O. McBlroy and wife of Fort orth are in tho city. J. S. I). ApolloB left loday for Dougherty on business. ('. U. lloyor, the congenial cattleman hum Davis, In In Uio city. T. Y. Morgan came lu today from n Luslnoss trip to Marietta. J. A. Qassaway and wlfo of Mem phis, Tenn., are In tho city. Commercial Agent J. H. Dillon of the Santa Fe wns here today. W. It. llumltt left todny for points not th in the Interest of his business. I J. S. Halley. formerly of Ardmore but now of Coalgate, was In the city today on business. Mrs Chas. Cook of Marietta Is In the city on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Poland. Pert Cannon came In yesterday from his old home In Mississippi, where hur.nnio line were lu the city this - rn na. been seveiai nionins visaing inn parents. Miss Sallle Frame, who has been in the city for the past few days visiting the family of W. 11. Frame, returned to her home at Davis today. Kd Roberts left today for Norman, Ok . where lie goes to have several oi the territorial drinks analyzed by Pror. In Hai r of Oklahoma University. Mrs. Stillwell H. lt isaell. nroompan led by Mrs. Ham Pee anJ lltllo son, Stillwell Russell Pee. leM this morning for Dallas, where thev no to tako In the Dallas festival and to visit friends nnd rolntlves. Have you read Plvens, Corhn & Frensley'H ad Don't get left. 10-& EMANUEL LOWENSTEIN Has resumed Music Teaching for tho season 1001-5. Piano Pupils Received. Special attention to Harmony Counterpoint. Kahn will sorve Ice croam, oysters nn.f anything else good to eat. after tho show tonight. 12 C. F Fraloy says the new city hall will be completed lu about throe weeks. V7 Z, c.i Enjoyable Evening. ...... .1 i .i ,,i With the approach or fan and cool ,, ', ,. , ,,. weather the BIks aro beginning to have 'heir regular hops. I-ast night at iclr spacious rooms thoy gavo a dance which wns attended by quite a number. Music was furnished by the colored orchestra and all enjoyed a lino tlmo. Benevolent Society. There- will bo a meeting or tho so ciety Thursdny afternoon at 3 o'clock ;it the residence of Mrs. J. C. Thomp son. MRS. W. C. KENDALL, Pres. MRS. A. C. CRUCB, Sec. ai,. srm i.w r m.im, ,.mr.l keted on tho streets today. Tho price paid ranged from 9.45 to 0.76. Seed cotton wilil nt 3.10. Thelma our perfume spoclulty for this week only 35 cents an ounce. Regular price 50 cents an ounco aim wotth double that. 0 F. J. RAMSEY. DruggthL Will Kutloy, Hurt McHam nnit Cart Goute, charged with larceny, woro tried In tho commissioners court to day and discharged. COTTON SEED MEAL. Cotton seud meal and hulls IVir your cows. 10-tf ARDMORE OIL MILL. Very Dry. Tito determination of governmont of flclnlB to stop die sale of mild beer In ! tho city and other towns In tho South em district is apparent In tho tact that many of those plnces that hereto fore did a thriving business aro now closed and It Is said thoy will remain so until the grand Jury meets. Many of tho dealers formerly engagod tin. liitvnrniTii were unnwiirn that they woro violating the law. With the announcement that gambling must eease Ardmore Is certainly becoming mnrnl town. Nearly all tho gamblers who wore arrested vestordav and nut in tall paid their flnoe, gavo bond and wore .e' dfcd today. Harris' Condition. I Tin condition or Tom Hams, Wi.n "B v ,v" lb nil thnt . un be expected jor one fo ,iniiBortuly wounded. He rested very lnRi .., 'Phi. 1,1. II.. I III llU all ,Iomcn Was located and cut out Cn - - cmiilleatlons set In ns a tcbult r ,hlu nuiintl In. will r.r.vrr ..s till" .. wounds arc not necosv.eiiy .Ian ccroiiB. It way thoiuht at tr.n intset ithat hU rlKllt U.HH, , lmv,, , u , Iniilnli.il lint IhU u-lll tint lm nitius'irv ftro n .Wc'oumentM In L.,,.,,.tl,in wlti. lt. nfnli- -I lw r. lnln trli ,,,. .,ufl,r,Ml. -.n i,. ri,, ni'.,r. nil,i n,,, .,, nr tiln ..hint luc will probably be devolnp-vl. Sue the modern oooMng wnndcr the Majestic HniiKe at Illvens, Corhn & lVemloy. Don't get lilt. A. T. Ollkwin of the well known firm or A. T. Ollkwrn & Co., Kort Col Inn, Col., wholetale denlerii In (Mita duett, onions, etc.. In In the city lu the Interest of hla (Inn. This It his ftrnt visit to Ardmore ami he Is delighted with tho town. Summons Lumber Co., It ottering tomo attractlvo bargains In stnndart paints. See Uielr a.l. lS-tf CommlMlnner T. N. Itobneit will (leave Sun.tay for Oklahoma where he goeH to apeak In the Interest of the Republican candidate for emigre. Hon. lllrd S. Mc!ulre. Mr. Hobnelt Is a very able speaker and no doubt will 'lie a great holp to tre Inter I- of tho nominee Prominent Officials Kcc. Division Freight Agent Hart of the Hock Island, Traveling F eljth' Agent Sangster and other olhcla.s c f the ing circulating among th.. business men. Their visit lias no r-f(l.il slgnl ficance connected to It. A to the probable extension of the Frisco .i.id westward tho officials know Homing, They regard Ardmore ns ono :f the best points on their line, and wy tr,, here Is always a pleasant ore After the show tonight go to Kahn'H nnd get some of those line oysters. 1 Attention, Elks. A regular meeting of the BIks will toko pine-.' Friday night, Oct. 11. full attendance Is desired. J. O. APBRNBTI1Y, B. it R. I.. SAN'DUHS. Sec. A Good Criticism. Western ciltltsays of the peculiar comedian. W. P. Pntton: "Mr. Pat ion's preen agent bills him as another Sol Smith Ritsstill. but he might Just and aH well bill lilm as himself mid no nth er, for Patlon Is an original He has la personality that attracts and holds t)l0 n(nec0 ev(,ry nilnuto he Is on the ctagc. He is Just like himself nnd furnishes a comparison for the best 'vif the ipiaint comedians. He Is yet a young man and certainly has a bright future. Ho Is the author of Hi 'nlnv l. n lu nAW nniuin rim in "Tim 1 n I Rose of Summer," which is one or the ,, , br ghtest coined es of the season. At " .,,.. , . ope'P house ton g it, Wednesday, Oc- ' lo,lor 1" If you want some of the finest candy that ever came to Ardmoie you should get It from Kahn. 12 Shortage of Pickers. C. E. Sterling of this city has Just returned from a nine days' trip west ward, and says that the condition of the cotton crop could not be Improved upon. Many tlelds have scarcely been touched, ho said, because the farmors ! cannot get help In tho Held. i Ctftrlltif cfilil Mm churl fie,. In lw.lii L-na in....ti ' ...r,. ...... serious proposition for the fanner, " 'y are trying to Import pickers from Texas, hut that state is also confronted with tho saino situation. West of Springer, ho said, the crop wag very heavy. Unless tho fnrmer gets help within tho next few day the loss will bo heavy. Place Secured. In connection with the jiercaplta payment to be made In Ardmore by the Indian agent Cotoinel Suggs has runted the place on Washington street formerly occupied by O W. Rltter. the gunsmith. Tho force will rench hen about October 20. according to the plans of J. F. Wisdom, chief clerk, nnd remain about a week. If you haven') n barn to p'tt your wagons and Implements lu giv 11.. m a coat of our wagon paint uin teat will protect them fully. Doesn't ttst much. !i F. J. RAMSEY. Druggist. Real Estate Transfers. The Chickasaw Tltlo company rt' port thu following transfer of real es- In, tate recorded today: Cora Silencer lo Modioli Prilitt. N. Vj of S.' B. ', of S. W. 4- section T 1 S. It. 2 B. tor J2:'.". ! Jennie and Alex Spencer !o s:.,mi'ii I Prilitt. S. E. !i of N E. H of S. V. j 14 and S. Vi of S. W Vi t: : L "1 section 5, T. I. S. R. 2 W.. 'ir i2" I Wllllnm H. Ulaekwell and wife to .1 h. and Ilfcej' Caton, lots 1, 2 nnd 3. jblock 139, In Davis, for $1,000. Something Swell l'r tho women who want to pay a fair price for a first-class, up.'to dato slioi. .: :: :: :: Our Patrician D lVoront from tho ordinary. It is mado in Pat Kid, dull top, extension tloodyoar Wolt sole It is as handsome as a picture rt ) p and w'll stand stronuous wear; prico pO.0 We have other rjood values, from $1.50 to .... S3.00 LYNN, The Shoe Man MARKET REPORTS (lly (iiilllot Pros., mombeM New Or lenns C '.ton rxchangc.) Ardmore, I. T. Oil 12 The fol lowing miotatluus bIiow the nuiiket cr toduy: COTTON MARKET. Liverpool Futures. Open. Close Jan. Fob fi f.l 5.10 Feb. Mar G.BO 5.50 Mar April fi.52 5 51 Apr May 5 6S fiA'i -upt. t Jet fi.5'2 5 50 Oct. Nov 5-18 6 18 ov. Dec 5.50 5 48 0(0 Jan 5.f0 3.18 Spots and Sales. Spots 5 lid Sales 8,(100 New York Futures. Open High lov Closo Doc 10 IS 10.28 10 111 10.11) Jn lO.'Jl 10 a:t 10.17 10 '2I Mur 10 31 10 42 10.i!(l 1)1121) Nny Hi 35 10.45 10.30 10.31 Spots and Sales. Spots 10.55 SiiIijh 1523 New Orleans Futures. Open High Low Close Dec tool 10.12 u.im Ian 10 11 Wii 10.M! Mar 10.3.! 10 11 10.00 lay 10.61 10.52 10.10 Spots and Sales. 0 OS 10.08 10.20 10 30 potn. Sales 10 l-S 3S5u Total Port Receipts. 57,011!) ns airainst ll! 1 odaj enr, 160 last LIVESTOCK. Chicago. Hogs Ciit'le -:hocp Chicago.. . 25,003 17,000 30,000 K C II 000 18,000 8 000 Oliiatia...... .. U.O'JU 7.0C0 5,000 Hugs oponoil 10 lower 0,tiiJ0 leu ovor. Receipt' year ii(o 10,1100 ...ixcd 5IH, 6!lj; good 555, 605; rntu-h MO, 510; light 630, 580. Cattle tiiinly I0u higher, bhoop mil GHAIN. Chicago. Doe 109 1-8 110 3-8 .May 109 1-4 110 7-8 July 109 1-4 08 1-2 Corn Due IS 3-8 'iv 40 Jul- 45 U-8 Oats Dec 20 1-4 May 31 6-8 45 5-8 40 1-1 15 3-4 29 J -2 31 3 8 Pork Jan 1200 1212 Mav j 1267 1240 Rtbs-r fun 000 (15 Wanted For tho World's Fair Samples of fruit, samples of melons, samples of corn and samples of veg etables. Anyono having crodltablc samples will please call at this olllce and agreo on prico and dato for de livery. SIDNEY SUOGS. Preddy'a Is tho only placo to buy hand-mndo saddles and hnrnoss. WANTED- onicp. -Clean, old rags, at tub ilWj I m PUEICELL. I.X Ardmore Cotton Exchange Correspondents: H. a D. Beer New Orleans Lorjan a Bryan Chicago, 111. H. Hentz a Co. New Yorlt Mclntyre & Co. New YorK- Atwood, Violet Co. New YorK Button a Co. New YorK We have recently been elected meinbrrs of the New Orleans Cotton Ex change and having form ed a private wire connec tion with the above old established linns, we arc now in a position to offer the trade nnetitialed fa cilities for the handling of contracts for the fn tnro deli cry of Cotton, Grain, StocRs, Etc. p rial att"iition given out of town orders. We pay for t Inphonc callN and tologMrn pivlng us poaltlvn or der?, and i ii r executions will bu found to he the vory brst that condition of market alTords. Give us ii trial. Wo uro tho oldest wim inlsMon hnuDo In tho Territory. Guillot Bros ARDMORE, I. T. and GAINESVILLE. Texas. From Union Stntlnn tako ISIh ft. earn anil lr.iiiBfi.riin WiiitilnKton Ave. li tlidunr or I'nco Avo. cum Kiilni: t. Dt'liinir mill I'iiri. A vii. ours p door lo nny part of city, llifiurti u nil direct to World l'nlr urouniiK. KINLOC1I, ItM-ll Mrs. A. Alford 3'.Jl LUCAS A V KNUR N'lcdly furnlnhi'il rot nm Hpcelul rati'H liilainllk'K St. Louis. Ditjosis what you oat. BIWI1S5RSSS The World's STANDARD of a GOOD FLOUR TYLER & 00. Wholesale Distributors