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THE DAILY ARDMOREITJU
Ardmore, Sunday, October 15, 13C3, " 1 1 " ' '- r O MARKETREPORTS (By E R OtilHot ft Co., members of New Orleans Cotton KxcHalig.) COTTON MARKET. Ardmm Oct H -TIio following ro the quotations tor today: Liverpool Futures. Oot Sot . Not I)e Tire Jan Jnn'Prb . Jt 21 .. ... .. S'2J li , ft 3i- a .IK. ft 21 Spott and Sale. 8fof Malm S 30 7 000 New York Open . t .. s; Futures. HIkH Lw in t() 77 Cloa 9 7 9 M 9 W DM!, i Jan. .. Mr.. Spots and Sales. Hptt ... . 14 1 New Orleans Futures. Open High Low .-.... 8 Ji M 00 9 W W It II 19 II 9 W Cl0i 9 79 9 99 IS M Mar Spot nd Sales. rips. 9 7-S 744 GRAIN. Waat - DM - ;.. m ai s-i Uee Msy. . '-I .Ult II 3-1 4t S-S 0ts- . nr W 7-S 31 3-1 V 3 I .30 5-t Mriimore Hrlces. Cotton sold on the street yesterday for 9.1S U) fi i0. Seed cotton 3 to 3.10. NEW ORLEANS COTTON LETTER. Ardmore, Oct. 16. Following I New Orleans cotton letter by i the Me- Intyre: Market i tiled steady and somewhat higher during tlio week as n rosult uf unsually cold weather in me cotton belt kllllnts frost and freezing toimiura- lures llnr olllclally roported from iHtlnls In Oklahoma, Mississippi, Tun neafre and North Curollna., light to heavy frosts from every cotton grow Inn statu '.' the ciKist. Ah yet It lu a little too early to ascertain the dam UKe to the crop by frost, but there Is no doubt to the plant having sus tained som- Injury, especially in tin' north western portion of the belt were the cron Is mi backward. ho temperature was us low as It wont In ilie third eek of Oct. In 1003, averag ing IJ for the belt on the l'Jtli Inst. Much atte'illon Is being paid to wuatli vr developmeiiU, for on It a full crop of 11 1-2 million bales will depend the limit -.'1 acreage prohibiting a bum per yield. Shorts are clinging to tho Idea that the crop will bo 1.500.000 n.'..)fuium which will probably bo the requirement,? of tho world In addition to about one Half or last years carry over of 1 ,(.110,1100 spinners taking run nlng aio.oti') larger than one year ago to date tl.50.iMI() vs. 885.0011. It Is most remarkable for mill takings be so large at so high a level when In visible r.M. rvog are reported to have ben so blu on th first of bopt.. ospc ially since exports to Hurope thus fur this seMon total but N65,oou vs. 187.000 to ven date one year ago. is poislblo therefore that Hplnnners acceptance.! would have been larger had they ' .en able to obtain tho cot ton at their own price. Cable advices from l.lveii'ool of late are to the ei feet that uslness at .Manchester Is Improving nnd that the mill stock are netting low, that spinners are I coming concerned over the rapidity Willi which the slock at Liverpool I decreasing ns a result of heavy with druwals and small shipments from th U. 8.. stock and alloat for the Kngllsh market and only "63.000 last year, having shrunk to tho extout of 31)5,000 when coniP! red with holdings on bept first. Perhaps the most impressive re port to be mado.oii tho luillcnteil aiz of the rroii will lie the next Issun of the Kiunirs report on number oi bales ginni'd to Oct. IO, compared wK C.tlS.OOO to the corresponding date lust year. A smaller number of balos is looked foi on account of the small acieiiKe. 1m: there may bo somo dls appoint mem In this since movement to market thus far is almost us large as It whs one "ear ago, only 192,000 smaller despite (piiiiiiiitlne restrletlols and reports of crop being late In norm era portion or the belt. Yours vary truly, U. li. (JUU.LOT & CO. Haw to Cure Corns nnd Bunions. First, soak the corn or bunion lu wnrm vntir to soften It: then nam It down as cloely as possible without drawn1; oicod and apply uiiainiior Iain's Tain Halm twlco dally, nibbing vigorously for flvo minutes at oacli imtillc.it Inn. A corn okistor should be w-orn a few days to protect It from tho shoo. As a general liniment ror nralns lirnlsAH. Ir'uiiiioka nnd rlieii matliin. Pain Hal.u is jiuenuullod. For sale by F. J. Hainsey, W. H. Frame, Uonner & Uonner. and Ardmoro Drug Co. "Iv'e done such a moan thing that I'm oven ii-linmed to mention it long enough to ny that I'm ashamed." Cures Winter Cough. J. TJ. Glover. 101 N. Main street, Ot tuwa, Kans., writes, "livery fall It hna boon my wife's trouble to catch a so voro cold, and therefore to cough all wlntor long. lJist fall 1 got her a bot tle of Horehoitnd Syrup. She used it and lias been able to sleep soundly all nlg!;t Ion. Whenover tho cough trou ble her. two or throo doses stop the cough, and she U able to be up and well." 25c; 50c, aud $1.00. Spld by W. 15. Kraruc'. ' I' K h.nd tin-re I an except on .u '. cry rule of old ugo. The flrdmoFeite's Advertising Contest In uj-'i' to test th' m-rls and v,., h oi L. v.Ttlslug -pace In' Tlie i, v f :.., -li.:, the following display ids." v. 1)1 run throughout this i .... .. . onr . kiFt.iiil thu nnmM nntl lnpA- weeh, ancl liiriuiiing IH'Xi .-nintm. uti, Ion of tbe firms whom these "ads.' cash w'.l hi- awarded to readers or me gufsslns; tne ownership of all .the "ad g," received at this office; 6 for the second third. oCntestants are Invited to guess vertl&er will occupy the same space ui rougnoui me woes, auvur. uuio may 'be chtnges In the "ads'' from tl me to time.. No one connected with the rdmbrelte will be permitted to guess. A committee meets at this office at 6 o'cIock, Saturday evening, Oct. 21. and awards the prlzos to mo suc cessful contestants, and on Sunday, Oct. 12, tho cards appear for the last time with tho names and locations oi ures ought to be, togother with tlie nanus or me lucay prizo winners unu he number of guesses received. AH guesses, should bo addressed lo "Compare a'ld Decide." A Wise Shopper If looking for the best Jewelry would CO to the best atoro, and for this rwon we aro confident of malntalr.liiK our share of the pub lic patronage. Wo have rattn in me fiimre of Ardmore and her ability to support a fiKt clnss, exclusive jewelry house, hence our reason tor esiau llnhliiir a store In this city which will handle sucn good as. the celebrated Florentine traine. direct from nor- ence, the rett hand-painted China and Cut Class on earth, and a complete assortment of Solid Silverware, Uia moftds and other rare and precious atones. "Compare and Decide." 'Kip Van WinRle WasaLucKy Man," Notwithstanding the fuel that lie Iled In a time whon "Good buck' lour was unknown, anil when n mod em hour and reed nouso lino ours would have been a novelty, Indcod. If old man Hip was here today We have no doubt that he would say With emphasis and gusto: Make haste, good wife, this very hour And bako a batch from 'Good Luck Hour. We'll eat enough to bust'o." We are not disposed to blow, but these are thinrjs you ought to Know : We can furnish n plat, Hemomber that, Of any town For miles around Not. of course, lu this wide creation lust tho Choctaw oi Chickasaw nation. We'll tell you why You'd ought to buy ( (Jooil hinds from us The best surplus In all this rich and fertile section, Titles to which there'll bo no ipiostlon. illue prints, you see. Wo make for throe, And all our work we guarantee. Do You Know Him? There U a man In our town, Ills nam 1 dure not tell lint his fo'intaln and confections Are known fco very well T.iat he ii"'ds no Introduction To readeis of this paper Save tho s.mple montlon that Ills stoiv's tho "proper caper," Where one can nlways find tho host Confections to be had Refreshments that are mighty good, And nothing that Is bad; Cigars and tobaccos that aro Likewise very fine. You'll find l.lm o'tiid tho cornar Almost my o.d tlmo. 4 A HOUSE ON A HILL (TCCTHIKG ejiathoi-l Hcsltato no lonccr. your child as thousands havo dotio, by giving thoso powdors. TGCTHINA Is easily clvon and quickly counteracts and over comes the effects of tho summer's heat upon toothing children, w.f..., represent are omiuru, aim i i Aramorne, who cumu urarcn iu $10 for the first correct annwer most nenrly correct and 12 for the accoru'og to numoer. r.nui me nrms inserieu wnuro uiu siSim "uonies'. uuiior, uany Aruraureue. word to the wise," g from Ardmore's leading BanK. FORTUMi S tide reaches you upon vour first onnortunltv to start a bank account. Don't think your avlngs too imall to deposit remem ber it's the dimes that make the dol lars Itegln banking now, and you will soon bo prepared for the Inevitable "rainy day." If not a patron uf our bank, we so licit your account. Fair and courteous treatment to everybody. 5 "Good Things To Eat Th. re's a certain store In Ardmoro That Is l r.own for miles around, Hecausc It li: tho place, you Bee, Where good things can bo found Groceries that arc frosli and crisp And fruits that are tho host. Though not n large oatnbllshment, It's different from tho rost. The owner Is red-headed and A fellow you should meet He treats you lino and dandy while You buy "Good Things to Eat." s Say, Bill!" You may think It very strango Whene're you read this curt melange; Hut we will say, und that's no lie, That all for you we'd gladly dye. And mend your clothes In latest style. Or make them for you all the while. Our experts do the finest work, And you will know thoy never shirk; Hut exerclso the greatest skill To please you is our aim and will. All we ask Ig one Inspection We promise you good satisfaction. 5SELL Merchandise Cheaper than any Concern in Ardmore If you don't believe it AslI your Neighbor... 8 f ROM HERtTO THERE. Aud there's pure nir, pure water and sunshine on tho lull. Just tho placo for a rest after tho long winter. It's the Crescent Hotel EureKa Springs, Arlf. Operated by Frisco System Round-trip tickets to Eureka Springs on salo every day in tho year. ASK O. W. STRAIN. O. P. A. Wichita, Kansas I Cures Cholera-lnfantim. UiArrnota.uystntcry, sna the Dowtl Troubles of Chlldrtnofi4nr Aae. Aids DIcstlon. Rteulitci POWOSFrtVJaa the Dowels, Strcnctheot . . . , . . . . the Lhiia and wants Cesls Oulj 25 ccals at Bmi teething easy. Oruill 25 tents to O. J. MOFFETT. M. D., 5T. LOUIS, MO.. but savo tho health and llfo oi LAWYERS. j J. T. COLEMAN, i Attorney at Law. Civil and Criminal Law. bAND SUITS OIVBN' especial at ! tentlon. Ofilrd Doak-Itobion build ing, West Main' Street. Ciiis. J, KirrLKk Compiler "Indian Chad, 11. Mhrillat Active Court rractltloner uws anu Treaties" KAPPLER & HERILLAT Attorneys and CounsollorS'at-Law Practice he fore all Coartai Conerean. Gar eminent Department nud Commlanlooa. Indian casea a apeclaltr. OQce, Bond bide Kahlnston, D. C. J. V.'Csbell. C. U Been. CADELL A DEENi ATTORNEYB-AT-LJLVr. Do s Qenorl Practice. Offices oyer Hotchklss' Jewelry Itors Xrdmnre, Ind. Ter. 4. C, Potterf. . E. A. Walker POTTERF & WALKER. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law OeLeral PaClce. OB coo OTer City National Hd&. Ardmore, I. T. ALBEKT J. LEE, A ITORNEDf'AT-LAW. Oflce in Noble U!ok., Aramors, l. 1 Bpeola) connoctlon In Washlnrtoi fur the prompt and careful lundlinj o all matters conilng betoru tho Uf frtmen of the Interior, Covm of Claims sad the Supremo Court of t United Btitei. B. KATHERINE SINCLAIR Experienced Trained Nurse. (University Pennsylvania, Philadel phia, Pa.) Residence corner McLlsh Ave, nnd I streot. Phono 2C0. Ardmoro. ttY&IUlANif G. E. GOODWIN, M. D. (OIIlco over Hall fc Hlllls) Ardmore, !. T. Ofilco hours until U ra , and fiota 2 to 4 p. m. Phonos Office, 310; rosldcnt, 307. DRS. BOOTH & BOOTH. Physicians ond Surgeons. Ofilco Phono 4. Residence Phono 1. ..omco over Coleman's Drug Store... DR. R. M. McCALL. Office Randol Building. Hours 0 to 11:30 a. m.; 2 to 6 p. m. Ofilco Phono 572 Res. Thono 556 Dt PHILIP STEPHEN3. Office, Itar.dol Buildlnt; Hours 3:30 to 11:30 a. m. 2 to 4, 7 to 8 p. ra. Office phono 572. Residence 428. F.P.VOS KKLLKK.M.D. B. II. HENRY, M, D Ilea. Pbone t Res. Phone S"' Office Phono 116 von KELLER & HENRY, Physicians and Surgoono. Bfe, Kr Note an.l Throat Upeclallit. Hpeotaclea A Kvo Olasaea acoaratoly flttel Olllce over Bonner A Bonner's. Rooma 8 tot DR. R. D. MOORE. Office In Frenslcy Bide, over Hotco. kits' Jewelry store. Special attention to treatment of plies snd diseases of women. Residence phone 213. Office phone 499. DR. J. M. VADEN. Physician and Surgeon. Office hours from 8 to 12 sad end 7 to 9. Office Noblo Building. Ofilco phono 53 residence 71. 1 to One. J. W. A LENIA EISIMINQER, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. 223 B St., 8. W. One Block South of Courthouse. Phone 48. Dr. J. T. Kanu. Dr. E. J. Woodard FANN & WOODARD, DENTISTS. Ofilco over Ramsey's Drug Store. Phone 401. Ardmore, I. T. DR. DUDLEY PAYNE, Dentist. Office over Bonner & Bonner's Drug Store. Phono 140. S. A. BROWN. Real Estate. Owner of and hn for salo tho Town slto of Aylesworth located on tlio Washita, midway between Ma dill and Durant. Ofilco with J. T. Coleman, Court House Block. BRASINGTON & MILLAR. Real Estate Agents. Lands Bought and Sold. Cornish, I. T. ARDMORE SANITARIUM IDRH. HARDY A MoNEKB, Propi. Surgery and Diseases ,of Women Specialty Our bugglea nro standard brands, tho guarantee that goes with thorn will stick. You uako a mistake when you buy frcm Ui tityjgy "eddler. NOBLE BROS. Subscribe Jcr the Axdmorelto. r The Harvest is at Hand We want you to remember that we will meet anybody's price on wagons, buggies, harness, saddles, stoves, ranges, and in fact anything kept in a first class hardware store, quality of goods considered. Make our store your headquart ers when convenient. A wel come awaits you. At the Old Stand Noble Brothers Stoves, Stoves, Stoves! Waste your food and fuel when you don't need to. AND RANGES Effect a saving in both. They are Worth EVlore But are really no higher in price than others. We maKe terms and prices right on Buggies and Mitchell and Moline Wagons BIVENS, CORHN & FRENSLEY 6 Everybody j is interested in good, ies. I hen it follows that everybody in anri around Ardmore is interested in doing their g grocery buyingt FELKER 5 THE GROCER'S I s 9 W He Keeps the freshest uua cvciiutug guuu IT'S A PROBLEM . lAy t y iy '. ' TAKE THE NOW 1 Wo have the finest lino of Stoves that ever graced our store. Wo havo made the price low to induce you to buy now and not wait for the dangers of cold weather before you own one. You'll find hero any Kind of Stove, any kind of price and any kind of terms consistent with good busi ness. : : : : Heaters from $1.40 up to as good as any trade demands. Majestic Ranges, Cook Stoves and Heating Stoves for both coal and wood. : Everywhere pure, healthful, grocer stocH in the city and ) iu cm uuuci uuc luui. has to bo worked out when you figure on tho cost of a new house. We furnish Lumber for every kind of work where lumber is rpmiivnrt. (!nll iirnnnd with your proposition and wo will help you on, your es Ono thing is sure, and by figuring with us your estimate. that Is iob will cost less than any fftiures you can get elsewhere. EAST SIDE LUMBER COMPANY ARDMOREITE.