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Ardmors, Sunday, October 28, 1505.
EIGHT. THE DAILY AROMOREITB j the MARKETS OF THE WORLD hen Colds Start W FURNISHED OVER THE SPECIAL WIRE OF H. T. RUTHERFORD & CO. Tim Uml sneerc ought to warn you tli.it you have In prospect ten ilay. or two weeks or discomfort from a cold. Tho same sneeze Klu.t.M iimlnd urn that If you will begin taking Ramsey's Cold and Grip Tablets You noed liavo n ocold. This remedy should bo kept In every homo ready for uso whenever occasion rttiilro. Von enn havo confidence In It, because It Is lmnnlooa nnd becnwio It Is guaranteed. It costs too llttlo Tor anybody to ho without It. PRICE 25 CENTS. Port Receipts. 77.000 (estimated! against 12.75o Inst year. Estimated Receipts Tomorrow. Ho.ii.Ioii 17.500 to 18,500 itKHlmit IS. r.:i Inst your. New Orleans J 3,300 to 11.G00 tigalnrt 11,)j7 Inst year. Galveston 2C,00(i to 25.000 a-sain t r. . 1 r, i ; Inst your. phone 30 F. J. Ramsey, druggist New Orleans Futures, Closo Open High Ijow Closo Yes Dee 10.35 10.35 10.15 10.15-1G 10.32-33 Jim 10.40 10.12 10.21 10.21-25 10.12-13 Meh 10.53 10.02 1C.I3 10.11-15 10.02-03 Tone barely steady. WE LEAD liipecially In our prescription department. It Iiuh been nn effort to iMf feci IJial department and wi feel as If wo had made a success of It. Our prescription deparMiuiit has Hleadlly grown. Hut we are not e( mitlHllifd. We want to bring, your prescription n u special attontlon will ha glvon homo formulaH and receipts. Such an old cream, face preparation, lini ment and ele. Free delivery to any part of the city. DRUGflfiST DRUGGIST New rork Futures. Close Open High Uw Close Yea Doc 10.27 10.31 10.22 10.21-25 10.22-21 Jan 10.38 10.39 10.30 10.32hd 10.31-32 Men 10.54 10.50 10.17 10.50-51 10.48-13 Tone steady. , Liverpool Futures. Close Open Close Yost Ocl- Nov 5.C6 5.65 5.77 Dec-Jan 5.0 1 5.G1 5.724 Jan-Fob 5.65 5.634 5.75 Mnrch-Aprll 5.70 fl.fiSlfc 3 80 Tone quiet and steady. , Street Confederates Return, inhn I j. Ciall and W. T. SlmmoiiH .I...... rolii.'.w.il ll'dtll U.'lllllH wlll'l'l tllt'X Attire i ntUMtdtMl tho reunion of old Confed I orates held at Ibul place. They Mat" worn by ladles Is (bat the proceedings were very iin ..rnitv nnd bo-1 presslve and especially the menimlul ... - j coming this fa... Following In tho lino of what's met', wo Invite you to poo our line display of Piano -i'ilcM held for Mrs. Jefferson Da- vK deceased, widow of the former pie-ddcnt of the Confederacy. All i-nt ranee tickets to the fair were frw In veterans ns was street car tick' 'tH. We employ no agents at Ardmoro Nursery. Wo savo you agents' com mission, l'liono 69. S&wk Wo back It agnlnst any stock First Regimental Band. The KliBt Rcglmcntul Hand of this city has been engaged to furnish mu ..i.. r.. Hi,, rvml.-i. Pmmlv Kulr. which of us mini eunoi j wU, ,() ,lol, ,n (;aliieHVllU from Octo- lioro or eiao-i ll(r ;!0 to .November 3. Tho fair man ngomcnt Is til ho congratulated upon IIh good Judgment of musicians. wb'-re. Don't for get that wo bought cheap and are soiling cheap in return. It's monoy saved in buying here. Scots. Livcipoul easier: 11 poin'.r. lower; Mid. 5.33; wales 8000; f. o. b. 500. New York (pilet: 10 points up; Mid. 10.75; no snles. New Orleans ensy; V down; 10 01 C: sales 1635; f. o. b. 300. (ialveston quiet; 3-1(5 down; lo'A: sales 3000; f. o. b. 700. Ilo istoti quiet ami unchanged Hi 11-10: sales CIS; f. o. 1). 50. Mid. Mid. Mid. Chicago Markets. Closo Open High Low Close Yes Wheat Dee ...73 73,, 73Vfc 73 72 Max ..77 77" 77 771 77Vi Corn Dec ...13 43 43'A 43 ISVia May ..ll'.i 41 13 41a -13 Oats Dec ...33 33 33j 33 33il Max ..35 35 31 34b 34?', New York Cotton Letter. Ardmoro. I. T.. Oct. 27. Our New York correspondent wired us today as fo.li wk: Dank Statement. Reserve-i decrease, $5. ,275. Lena U. S. Dee. $208,075. Loiwis. Dee. 20. $205,300. Specie Dec. $ti 016.100 Ijwuh Dee. fl.:!S3,&00. D posits Dec. $21. 63 1.500 Circulation Inc. T,2,000. of the new crop will be les than 12.- 000,000 bales, as It Is generally con ceded that Texas and tho Indian Ter rltory will mnko nbout 4,000.000. other stairs nbout S.OOO.OOu, which Is a con servative flguro considering tho area I In cultivation which is much larger than the acreage of 1003, when 8.300.- 000 bnles was made outside of Texas. and the Indian Territory, nnd the same states turned out 10,000,000 hales In the big crop year of 1001. There Is evidence at hand to Indi cate a continuation of heavy move ment to market for some time to como and it Is doubtful If weekly spinners takings will equal last year's acceptance, while the heavy move ment Is running its course, which If realized, and It Is not at all Improba ble, can only but add largely to tho world's visible supply. Wo appreciate the unprecedented state of trado in the United States and the strong position of tho rotton goods markets In general, but at this period of tho season, weather and re ceipts are usually the dominating fac tors, and for this reason arc worthy of consideration. There was a little ripple of excite ment on report of storm ovor North ern lakes, but as they aro 500 miles from the cotton section of tho South ern states, no apprehension Is enter tained. In fact, fair and cooler weather Ik predicted for the entire holt over Sunday. H. T. RUTHERFORD & CO 75.000 fruit trees, all kinds, Ardmore Nursery. Phono 63. S&wk . B. LTOE 107 Main Street, Arjmore, I. Mdnbllshed 1835. Republican Speaking. John Kmbrcy. U. S. attorney of Ok lahomn. is billed to speak at the court house In thin city on the evening of Oct. 30 BROWN 4 ORIDOMAN. Will Take An Appeal. II. K. Ulckford of Alva. Okla.. was I an Ardmore visitor yesterday. He Is I the gentleman who was defendant In I tho suit tried last week at Marietta and against whom a Judgment ror $3,500 was awarded to 1. It. Mason and Stanlev It. llruce. Mr. Ulckford says lie will take an appeal and feels sure of winning out in the higher court. .unral Directors n Llcn mblmr run ii Citizenship Claims. If you have a citizenship claim pond ng nnd are not yet enrolled, or huvo othor buslnOKi beforo tho Intorlor De partment, write Immedlnicly to Wit lam W. Wright, registered attorney. Offices, Washington lan & Trust Huilding. Washington, D. C. oauaxsyxsaziT; , ' AROMQRt IND.TF.R.. I SPECIALS Six month's scholarship and Oliver Typewriter (new) $100 Six Month's scholarship and Underwood Type writer (new) $125 Six month's scholarship, booKs and board (to ChicKnsaw students only) $40 largest, the best equipped, the and tho most successful Bust build aelvlriRC UusinesH Cnltcgo In the niont practical, the most ptogr -nlve iiehh College In the New State Owns nnd occupies Its own Inu, which together with ground and equipment, tost $12,500. The best equipped Typewriting Department In the Southwest. liood hoard can be had at f I'! .i per month. Unlimited scholar nlilp $40.00 Students may enter at nn lime. Reference: Any bank or btihlncttH firm In Ardmore. Send for handsome lllustiaied catalog--It's free. G. P. SELVIDGE, A. M., M. Accts. PRESIDENT SELVIDGE BUSINESS COLLEGE Ardmore, Intl. Ter. Cotton Letter. Kvents In the market tdnco tho pub lientton of the census bureau report f low Hint Us bullishness has bcon tine than dlsrnunted In the recent nctlve hull speculation. It only ap pears bearish because tho figures slightly exceeded the most conserva tive expectations. Reliable informa tion on the Texas condition is to tac effect that the amount so far ginned in that state represents over fifty per cent of tile ctop there which Is eencrally conceded as large, hut nec essary to offsst the dotlclency in the Atlantic nnd Gulf states and the dam age done In the Mississippi valley bv the past month's cyclone. and hur ricanes and recont frost. The heavy slump in tho market h'iicp ti'is report lias been tho result cf frightened selling by speculators who had Unded up with too much cot ton and forced a readjustment of Hiieruiatlve accounts bv the generality of operators as a consequenco of the heavv d'-cline. If subsequent events should prove tho crop to bo In the neighborhood of even over 12.000,lio0 ' 1 ,u. pr"s"t prices are low enough on the healthy trade conditions, ns even lClllsnn. the lCuroean authority on the world's coiiBtimptlf n, estimates tin- probable consumption of the world at over 12.150,000 bales, of American cotton. We would therofCTO rather nuggest following ttie market d"wn and favoring purcliasea on the untie from this level, rather than ait m..i short Hcl'lne. II. T. ltl'THKUFOUD & CO. Nrw Orleans Cotton Letter. Udmorc. I. T.. Oct. 27 Our New OiP"'iih co-re"poniletit, Messrs. H. & U lleer. whed us today as follows: Kxceuiionallv favora'de weather has (Kin experienced In the cntton helt during the past week, permitting rapid maturing, picking and marketing of th.- crop. The cirdlnM feature, iirncrv er. was the lnrger glunlngs to October t n i n c( s Minn Kenera'W eveerieu, i.ii".uu bales, as per census report of tho 25th lust . this was ns much or a surpri ie to shorts us it was to longs, sucn figures not being expected on account of unfavorable, cold, wet and stormV weather during tho two weeks rollow ini; th- census ronort of Sopt. 25t'i. Coupled with this dev-lonntont win a run of heavv receipts at Inland points, and at tlio ports, tho week's Insight amounting to the big total of fiiC i-O'i bales, nnd ns snlnners tnklns for the week were onlv 'JtiOOO bals of American compared w'th 'iOii.OU'1 one year aeo. thero'iy reducing the basis of takings for tho season to 12 (:3.uor bales. t weikness w'dch d i loped on publlsblng of tho email- leport wns a'l the more nottee hl nt the e'oo of the weok. D-e closing at 10 15 agaltiFt 10 73 last Sat ur lav nod 11 30 two wool s nun, whlcit was tlie highest l"vel at' 'We' 11,0 frost searo, Professional operators still adlK-rp to 8tnnll rrop Jileas, and nre reiterating tholr estimates for a crop of about- 11,250.000 hiUua. but they will havo a tasV of It in, trying to convince tho putrnc that tho growth Local Cotton Market. There lias been a decided drop In the cotton market for the past few- days which closed tho market for tho week yesterday at 3.75 centB per pound. This Is the lowest the local market has been for more than n month and the drop Is felt nmoiiK the business men and f irmers alike. Yes terday morning tho market, which had been dropnlng all day Friday, and the day before, opened at 10-25 riie pi Ice was quickly lowered How ever, nnd nt closing time mu price was 3.25. The receipts tne past wees have been good. Tho entire week lins been one of fair weather and quite an amount or couon hub ueun mnu-u " of the fields. More cotton was market ed the past week in Ardmore man fcr anv week heretofore during tho season. The tofl rerelnts for the seas on taken from tho books of the Far mers' Union and the National Cotton Yards, show that 6.283 bales had been received locally this soaron. This num. her Is far less than that at tho same lime last year nnd shows thnt even vet v-uy little of tho enormous crop usuallv grown In tho territory ha onenrd. Snmo nre of tho opinion that the receipts In Ardmoro this soan will fall far short of those last season Much betting hnB been done on both sid 's and considerable money is up. It seems Hie general opinion however among land hol lers that their cotton will link" plmtlful'y shoul 1 the pres ent weather continue, '.he cotton Is in the fields but Is slow In opening. STILL COMING IN More younj,' people of litis community now have bank accounts Iban ever before. Every day they come in to take advantage of our olfcr of a First Deposit Free. This is the offer: tiring S (.50 to deposit to tho credit of any child of any atft from one day to twelve years. Wo will add it to our Free First Deposit of 50 cents, making $5.00 to begin with, and this money will immediately begin to earn interest. Sta-t now while this offer is open. IJ.ing this ad it will entitle you to the credit of r0 cents as a part of tho first deposit. Ardmore Loan Trust Company HOFFMANN DRUG CO. Prkscription Druggists TKLI5PIION15 GOl. WANT COLUMN V t THREE LINES, THREE TIMES, THREE DIMES 4 ,j. .j. se . ! WANTED. W ANTIOD A houBo of six or seven rcoms, close In by Nov. 1. Apply thli. office. 2S-3 W'ANTKI) A colored girl to do cook ing, rtpplv this olilco or phone 153.. 2Stf On account of our enormous busi ness, we find our stock so badly de pleted that It necessitates our visit ing the Eastern markets and have concluded to put on a special cut price sale for three days only. C. W. HOTCHKISS, .. 28-2 Jeweler. INDIANS AREFOR DEMOCRACY. WANTED Good man in oacli county to represent and advertise old es tablished Correspondence School. Salary $21 wcokly. oxpense money advanced. Dept. U. Tne Columbia House, Cuicago. 2S VANTi:i Salebtnaii to sell direct n out lace Importers to country mer chants. Complete lace line 20 pounds. Commission 15 per cent. Na tional Lace Works. -16S-172 Ilrc-ad-way. New York. 2S WANTKD Manager 'to appoint agents for new great sclentinc game, lawful anywhere; substitute forbidden slot machines, played with nickels, pennies or quarters for drinks or cigars. Finish beautiful like cash register; rented ct sold on easy payments. 62.000 now In mo; nnmple sent free. Proposition will please ir an opening In your Miction. United Sporting Goods Mfg. Co.. Chicago, 111. 2S W ANTED Men to learn barber trade .lust opened the Mth branch ot tne Moler System of Colleges nnd have all new nnd modern facilities. Spec ial inducements Just now. Fow weeks completes. Don't miss tills chance. Cutnloguo mailed freo. Mole;- Harbor College. Kansas City. Mo. 28-6 WANTED Young mon to proparo fo. positions in Hallway Mall Service. Special examination November 1M IJox 1102, Dallas, Texas. 2G-1 Good Words for Chas. D. Carter of Ardmore from Mr. Cardwell. W. D. Cardwell, chairman of the Democratic Spearters' llureau with headquarters at Oklahoma City was hero last night. Mr. Cardwell says that 32 districts In Oklahoma will elect democrats and 12 In Indian Ter rltory. These figures give tho repub llcans every doubtful district nnd will mako tho convention overwhelmingly democratic. He says that at Ioast ninety per cent of the Indians will voto tho democratic tickut and thnt this recult has boon duo to the good work of Ciias. D. Car tor. He says that Mr. Carter has boon untiring In his ellorts and lins direct ed his labors In a most Intelligent manner. i THERE ARE MANY DIFFERENT color combinations possible in a "11 AWES" soft hat enough variations In the color of body nnd band nnd bindings to allow you to chooso a stylo which Is practically your own one that's net commonly duplicated, jo. the latest shapes in Derbies, too Vi E ARE SOLE AGENTS Indwell. !!((). HATTERS FOR MEN' FOR TRADE Ncwlj; Improved resi dence property located In noted wa terlog and health resort and railroad freight division point in Texas, for Ardtnoio improved property. Sco Sidney Suggs. lltt FOR RENT. FOIl RENT Houso on corner H and Second avenue. N. W. Apply C. A. Whltchurst. 2S-3 FOR RENT Furnished room. Apply 317 West Broadway. Mrs. Salllo Smith; 28-3 FOR RENT Seven room house; two doors west Droadway Methodist church. Phone 218. J. W. Shackle fori. 2Ctf FOR RENT' Thrco or four rooms, fur nished or without. Four blocks north of Main. Address llox 34. lltf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Good horse aud See J. W. Kemp. buggy. 28-1 Cut prices on everytnlng at Hotch- kiss for threo days only. 28-2 M istletoe The Great Temperance DrinK Every bottle made in con formity wilh the law. A favorite beverage with everybody. Gives absolute satisfaction to every dealer. Send your orders to JOE BA3TIN Manager New State Brewing Association ARDMORE, - - IND. TER. FOR SAI.d3 Good rcsldonco and lot. Sec A. F. Jones. 26-6 FOR SALE Top buggy, almost now, Hannor make, nt bargain. Phono 131. 25-3 FOR SALE Some heavy wrapping paper, deslrablo and convenont for use In laying carpets. It's cheap nt 25c a roll. Ardtuorelte. 28 FOR SALE Threo good surreys in first class repair; two canopy top and ono folding top nt Broadway Carrlago Shop. 25-3 FOR SALE Trio of flno English Rod Cnp chickens, $5. P. B. Tarter. 26-3 FOR SALE Thoroughbred Jersey heifer calf. Apply I). T. Nlsbott. 21 FOR SALE Flower pots, all grados. K D. Mason, 303 Main. 14-26 FOR SALE On Second avenuo north west, 150x240 feet, 2 good four room houses, orchnrd, etc. Cheap. -Seo B. F. Mills. 30-lm LOST. LOST A small old gold shirt waist pin with lady's head embossed. Re turn to this offlco and receive pay. 22tf Tho Ardmore Livery Co. lias pur chast'd the Wllkerson-Lawson nnd T. L. Smith Livery stocks. Any punon holding claims against said parties will please flic samo with R. F. Tur ner, secretary, at encc. 28-6 I, H. T. Rutherford .. H. H. Pesinlnnton H. T. Rutherford & Company BANKERS -BROKERS Mombors New Orleans Cotton Exchange Wo solicit your orders for Ira mediate or futuro delivery of COTTON GRAIN etc., and offer evory courtesy thnt is conslsltent wltli salo business mothod8. Private wires to New Orleans, Now York and Chicago. Artae and Madill FRALEY BROS. Have again assumed charge of their PLANING MILL Thoy havo tho only placo in town where you can get first class mill work. Phone Your Order'. i