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Ardmore, Weclneday, December 1?,
THE DAILY AIV MOREI1E PAGE FIVE csns For Christmas Gifts ! HUNTING FOR location In Gold and Silver! we Carry Only Goods Made by the Best Makers! In Sterling Silver You will And Solid Silver Tea Sets, and everything for tlio table from Individual Suit Spoons to. Soup Lndles; same being made by such .silversmiths as Ctorligui Mfg. Co . Reed & llarton and the Towle Mfg. Co., famous for its Coloni il pattern. PERSONAL v TO PUT IN A STEEL PLANTS. AND FUEL A. L . King, a Piemoter, In the City i Cenfersnev with Butliitu Men Looking Toward Bttak- llshlng Two Plants, ill Mohli h fi .we,. I. i- ! rt Win tli, vihere ' In w Howard Mime.. unllJi poster tor . It. Hu city I In Ardmore to jdays with hla parent- j smith U at present : l.t .lilCtllooh noes on bus formerl lii!) uilu in till-'. Spend b few M r. Money i banco agent Cut Glass, the Famous "Libbey" They lend in designs and cutting while others follow. Pickard's Famous Hand-Painted China None to Equal It. Chaffing Dishes, with electric and alcohol burners: Electoliers, Umbrellas, Cues, Hand Hags, Hack Combs, Manicure l'ioees, Handsome Toilet Sets, Cult IJnttons, Scarf Pins, Wat. Ii Chains and Fob-, Lockets, Charms, Hut Pins, Watches, Neck Chain-, Crosses and all novelties. A I.. King, the owner of a patent fni making fuel and a promoter of n nice! works, arrived In tlie city Into vvKii nl iy after noon and. held a eon r i ,-tit with several business men looking toward the establishment o( .i pi. mi fur the manufacture of steel hihI the patent fuel. Am i her meeting with the dullness in. ii u being held this afternoon. I In- rniKllloii of this fncl costs for the Wlsttrd of Wall fUrrrl opera company, and Is makliu good in thnt capacity. A. W .Illgham who formerly lived here and who maved tn Texas three yonrs ago, has moreil back to Ard more. Mr. Illgham s.is he sees In Animore every prospect that (be town will grow to the site of Dallas, Tesas. and Hint he wants t be here and grow up with It. lHdlccman Will Ikr.r.l was removed from the Ardmore aanltarlttm to hla home In the southwixt part of the city this morning. Mr. Iknrd has been THE MARKETS! rurnihed b Private Wire of H. T Huthrrford & Company. Memhois N, (Hli'.itia Oiili u I'.scligr Port Receipt. iLM'lT .- ! .Si'i." Eatlmated Tomorrow. llmiton Iivumi to ,.,on . !' ':' New Orleans It.oiiti ii i.r, MT8. tlalvestoo 12,imk to 14.' mi . ui 1. 1 illy nothing, being chiefly com- u tne sanitarium nu me nasi lew . . . . . I aiiuiba ivhnKn tut hnit an nMsmnilnil HAn ixisi.i of Kftrniiee una oinrr wiuie .... , . Diamonds In Kings and Diamond Hruoches. La Va Lieri in in gold and platinum and the handsomest line of Bracelets ever shown in the Territory. Come In and Let Us Show You Things Beautiful ! Jevjeler and Optician 103 West Main Street. Fine Watch Repairing m.it. ilnl and the labor being purely a liii rhniileal one, makes It readily aH pin nt thnt a profit of from one to tmi di'llars per ton Is a low estimate. .Mr. King figures on plant with a miinliy of fifty tons per day. Tlio locating in this city of a miii Ii nlilo iron foundry Is also under emi Kld.iatlon by Mr. King, lie litis the l.tomlM- of enough business In Texas alone to keep the plant manufacturing rnllrond and electric suppll" u-dile fiiim ther artlrlea. The matter will he put before the business men mid discussed this Week. formed. lie la getting along nicely und hopes to he All I lie streets again in n few week.. Srols. New York unchanged; Mid. 1".",". No sales. New Orleans quiet; Mown: Mid 10 131 lfl. sales 950; f o ! 800. Clrtlvertnn dull and imi'liniiK d Mid. 10 tr.-lil; sate f.iin, all f 1 Liverpool ...id. r,.7: sales ll.iiee New iirk Future, Jan Mch May Open High lw .U.r.o ti.52 S'i ii.no .! ii :2 .;! MS U.A3 i lose ! 4 4i n lit Ji'i !i.7t;!i t'lom' Yexlih '.i 17 is '.i r, 1 1;;, '.'.77 7 kn LINE Liverpool Futures. Close Open none Yent. Jnn-Feb S4' 5SS ' Keh.Mar ft.3 r,.3 r,.l MeliApr 5.40 5..13 5.6J R0MS0WQ?ERA JHOUSE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14 "Cyclonic Success, South and North" "The Clansman's" liemarKnble History: A in 1 1 1 Ii hi mill n half )' lne mi Hie A million .Hid a half people weie I. lined away llox ofliee leennU nIiiiiI'HiI In 'i,'iy pari of the country Klie dlMlnrt mid BiK'ee-i.fiil engagements In New York. Kee.'td lueiklnK vlnlls to every ptlnrlpal city In the t'nltd St.it. Sped. illy Helectii) cant of forty pi In 1 1 1 ii I -mall ami) of Hiipei utimi'iai u a .mi) i tic.ip if c-.iv .ill x TiHi-f- '.u 1'lHnl er 11. i .. , lie i 1 1. ui, i .il .ilnl il... I . ,ll i (In ; Fn.ni hit f.n CI. in-iii. ,11 T ("tdei our neat Aii miii will n lis wan the i'.ih, BY THOMAS DIXON. Jr. i.mi-t o i 1 . l'i ' I '"! ii ! Sin.' WARNING i In mall. udirg I ' inllt.iiire with ml hiUim to pii) i'iiTi,Ui' pi H i , IllM ell-.oll. .ml I' 111 Mil a' itni 1I WK "YU IN' OK til'.OKtiK 11. Hit KN NAN Prices Lower Floor, $1.50; Gallery, $1.00 and 50c. New Orleans Futures, Dccicien RcicheJ lv ors cf Lijit HOUSE SOLD OUT. All " -.ii J cf Dirj:! mpa i. The t . .ruction of tlio street rail way tn this city will he commenced In a short tide as soon as the paving will begin. Tills dechclim was ranch ed at the meeting hell this afternoon. It waa also decided to make eons' rrablo Improvements in the plant so as to have sufficient power to run both the railway and light systems. Seats Sold for the Performance of the Clansman, Promptly at nine o'clock this morning tickets for the Clansman wint on sale. A crowd was waiting lor i he iMiard to be put up ami a rutdi was on. An Ir.ur after tickets had hen put on sale the board waa Canton, Attention, deared and many bougnt neat a for i TUero wm bo a meeting of Canton the up stairs. the Clansman hasiArdmoro No. 1. Patriarch's Militant, been extensively advertised and tlio j. 0. O. P., In Odilfi-llows hall Mod character of the play Is well known. jday evenn((i hc 17th. nt 7:S0 o'clock. Many have read the bookB of Thomas , he do8a o( , wlr much buB. Jan. Jlch May Open High lw 11.79 8.92 3.77 9.83 9.08 9.83 Close 9.91-92 Hl7-tK Close Yestdy 9.90-1H 9 Im;-!7 9.99 10.10 9.99 10.09-10 10.(18-09 Clilosas Markets. Close Open High Low Close Yes y Wheat zengfimsnrrrn HOW OFTEN Have you been requested to send photos of your fam ily to K-info k in the old states, and did you ever think how much pleasure, it would tfivo them at Christ mas time. S. S. COLE The Plioiogrsplier Una innilo all preparntlonR lv titivlntf new canl ile.lirni. all of whirl, linvu ht'i'n iMirt'fullv n-li'i-li'il. i. ll lo pli'juu Itu' ln.'nl pxiu'IIiiic Y'u nil. mill llllenil tn l lit nl tim-u. lie mukHH every wle, truin n iiniiip to n llto hUeil pnrlralt li.in'l fnri;! Over Ardmore Hat'I BanK Christmas Presents. Ilin and make your wife a Xuinn pn etit of one of those choli e reai di'iice lots that we are offeiin to sell at hiicIi low prices, as will surprlso you. Let us show theso lots to you whether you aro toady to buy or not. r. n. mci:j,uoy. Now Cruco DulUllng, ne.tt to Skat ing rink. IZSl Dixon from whtcli tlio play has been .Iramati.eil, MamiKir Knhlstm will s-o his play house crowded both up stairs and down for its appearance In Ardmore. "The 1.1 1 tie Duchess Is on the i hi ardH for Saturday night, with a fcaxt of mirth. Musical comcdlei have hecr.mo favorites In Ardnrarj I and the Little Oucheas wtll not bo an exception. Iness will be transncteii. The Assist ant Inspection GenerM will bo pres ent. Election of offlcern will bo held and work outlined for the appro idl ing year. Therefore nil uniform mem bers aro commandd to bo present tn fatigue dress. My order. Wm. nc VBNY, Com. May ..70 July ..78 Corn May ,M Julv ..444 UHte May ..36' July ..33 T9 11 38 3 7 77 43 41 35 33 78b 79 77 7SU I3a 13 41 It 36 33 85 33 WANT COLUMN. (Too Late to Claalfy.) WANTKO Experienced wrappers. Apply Baltimore Store. ITS' lillllill' Market 12 WANTKD To buy all kinds of Junk Southwestern Iron anil Metal Co. 603 R. Main. 12 I'OK HUNT The store room and baseniont of tlio Oddfellows liulld tlig formerly occupied by the Ard morelte. Apply M. H. Alexander, chairman Improvement uimmlttco ltti L. V. Imcv, !nf "Tho Slow W. II. I'atton this city, was llisr tho town. Mndden sells Toys for less. Handsome Carving tiets. An Ideal holiday gift, hninUomo do slmis, tomo In pearl handles. (Joed values and vory cheap. Coma earl; and Kot clwlce. Ht J. II. SPItAOINS fi CO. the advance manager Poke," la which play Is soon to appear lit In AnlmoTO today bill MaJJoa sells Toys for lose. Tickets. Tickets for "Little Pucliess" now on sale. Company comes CO people and large boauty chorus. 12-St :'4: n..i.;....:..4":.-:-H":,'!.4. !!"! I "A Stitch in Time ? Saves Nine." t j; 25c worth of lied Cros . Cold Cure may save you a t 9.00 doctor bill. Wo 1111 Prescriptions cor rectly with the Druys the doctor orders. i Rubel S Allen'retti's t Chocolates and Bon-Bons f Are the best. A trial will convince you. MED CROSS! DRUG STORE? WE DELIVER Your Purchase J Phone is BONNIR'S 01D STAND THERE IS A CHARH a- in fjuod t;(i()ds wliich no advertisement can cx aejjeratc. ( )ur ocds liavc that charm. Lockets . Chains Hrooches Hinys Watches Fobs ... SI 00 to $6 00 SI 50toS7 50 SI 00 to S5 00 flOc to 525 00 SI 00 to S35 00 $2 50 to S5 00 At the Jail. Sam Carroll and Mrs. Maude Carroll were lodged In Jail lato yestorday aft ernoon by olio of tlio United States deputy marshals on the charge of adultery. Tho woman hi tho caio Is tho wife of a blind man, whom she d"Hcrted several days ago and went off with the man who Is locked up on the same charge. Tho husband of the woman Is blind. i , i no piiiiui turn oi mo aiiair is unu fi Mrs, Carroll has n suckling liabo at her breast. All Jones was released from Jail toilav under section 1012 of the re Ned Btnttites, Jonos was couvlcteil at the last torm of tho court for noil lin; wl tskcy and served his sentence, h it took a pauper's allldavlt as to not being able to pay the costs and fine. L, H. Love Declines. I wish to thank my friends for their announcement In yesterday s Ard morelto, but I do not beirovo anyone should scok a public position unless they havo tlmo lo dovoto to the work. Hospectfully declining, very truly, 12 I.. II. I.OVI2. Tickets. Tickets for "Little Duchess" now en snle. Company comes 60 people and largo beauty chorus. 12-21 Molntyrs's Cotton Letter. The government's crop ostlmato ot yciterday continued the principal O'lliject cf dire i:rlon In the trade to day. There are a'niut a million bales ot law grade cotton in this season's crop of which fully half a million I.iiIok will bo of aurh inuir stnulo that this pert ion may be classed as ah-! I"'y solutcly unfit for any kind ot spin ning purposes. Making all due allowances In tbn weights of bales and taking other considerations Into calculation, we venture tho opinion that tlio crop will not turn out as much as 12,000, 000 bales of cotton suitable for spin ning purposos. Trado niithorltlos In this country and Kurope of recognised This crop, although bndiy dmiianeil , la grade by tho recent severe am ther la all states except Texas, will 1 lie the most prorltablo yield ever Rath I ered, for while low rates are IicIhk sold at a very large discount, the hm on that account Is Mug more than 1 Hindu up by tho unusual big preml-1 lima that are being paid for cotton of i staple wliiitsover and for cotton I of good color, in some Instances n ln , nils ot from six to ten cents per imhiihI lias been jwld and there Is no doubt I but that returns of the south for tho season will bo upwards of $1,000,-1 000,000 or about double the value of tho gold output (if tho world dii'.lir; tho past your. j Therefore, merchants In the south aro found to be In a very strong por tion financially, a situation which the ays.jtaj'-r-t.j-iJi.irTT'juwir.vjrii.-i ROBISON OPERA HOUSE IN COMMISSIONER'S COURT. Let us show you, and don't contract the idea you are obliged to buy because you look, fOLEMART BROTHERS. IN DRUGS AND JEWELRY 303 Vt . Main. ARDMORE R AND NIXON ENGRAVES IT! New Suits Filed. One new suit was filed In the clerk's office today, that of Sadie Jonos vs. Kmlt Jones, for divorce. The petition allogos abandonment and desertion. Hearing of Foshee Boys' Case cn This Afternoon. The commissioner's court was gaged this afternoon in honrliiK tho case against Jonas and Krb Fonhee, Ilattlo I.lndsey and W. J. Ilcadrlx. who are charged with Introducing whlikoy. The defendants In tho enso wero arrested Tuesday morning at an ear ly hour, having In their possession a quantity of whlekuy. Thoy nro be ing represented by llrowit & Turner while tho govornntunt Is being repre sented by Col. James Humphrey. Tho case was still being argued as wo go to press. Another chargo of Introducing stands against the Foshee boys, which was set for trial this afternoon, but which It Is thought will not come up as considerable time Is being occu pied by tho case now before the com missioner. standing aro estimating the world's spinners' i outside world has Ion since nppi" nequlronints as npp"oxlmUt!ng IS,- j clated.and IL may bo that the farmei 500,000 bales, and If prices average 'will endeavor to bring about a smaller lower, tho world's consumption will run of receipts by soliciting the nee be lienvler than this total. Therojessary support from his Inland aaso was considerable selling In tho day elates, wnicli might bo reflected In a December 15 COUNTESS 0LGA 111 ii:id fl COM iY OF HflY PEOPLE In the (treat (iirliial hoiive of Laughter tlll'l Si 11 which fi reed prices down about 12 points to the low level reached In yes terday's break, but good steady buy- cu. ing by Important Interests recovered most or this Inter. II. T. nUTIIHHKOIU) & CO. Madden soils Toys for loss. The champion pool player of tho t'nltcd States will glvo an oxhlbltloa of one hour and a half this evening nt DeWltt'g Milliard Parlora. i: T. N. COLEMAN The City Druggist Mnddea soils Toys for less. Notice. i That the old firm of Arnold & Kl i drldge, doing general mercantile bus I Iness at Springer, I T., havo thl day dissolve d by mutual consent. J. M. ! Arnold will continue, nnd collect all , debts duo tho old firm, and pay all outstanding I Springer, I. Indebtedness. J. M. AUN'OLD, W. A. KLDIUIXJE, T.. Dec. 7. 1900. 9-1 Phone 4 109 West Main Tickets. Tickets for "Little JJuchoss now on sale. Company comes GO peoplo and largo beauty chorus. 12 lit (All M.ikai) WE Sell Typewriters Rent Repair " Exchange " Sell Tabulating Attach ments Sell Typewriter Supplies " " Furniture Furnish Stenographers and Operators CAN WE SERVE YOU? R K M I X ( i TON Tvi'lv W HIT UK Company No. (1 Broadway Oklahoma City, Oklahoma H. & D. Deer's Cotton Letter. Now Orleans, Dec. 12. I.lvonwol was us much affected today by govern ment bureau crop ostlmato as wero American markets yestorday, spot val ues in the l'ngllsh market losing a half cunt, which, however, was pro ductive of a larger business, sales II, 000 bales at 59d for middling and contracts there wore lowered SS jiolnts the equivalent of SG American points. The figures of government 12,610,000 bales exclusive of Haters was woll re ceived abroad, private cables express ing tho opinion that tho report was a fair and reliable one, As to the course of market a favor able view was taken by stating that the position of cotton ou Its merits wb" healthy and us tho market was de pressed, It was thought to be a good time to buy. Of all markets Liverpool was the most bullish anil while the general opinion In Kngllsh cotton circles bus i boon based upon the probability of tho American crop being of only mod urate proportions when compared with current oitlmc'e., on consumption this season, which Ib about 12.G00.O0O bales, It Is doubtful If the same opin ion will be so generally entertained now that It has been officially an nounced that the crop will be a large one. Tho same views are gonerally thareil In America, still It Is jiosslble that sentiment might become less bull ish, especially If the movement to mar ket continues heavy .and It Is probable that It will, southern spot holders, nev ertheless, appear to be but little con corned over the government's largo crop estimate and aie Indlfforont about belling under ten cents on the basis of middling. smaller movement to market In the near future. Until then, however, there Is apt to be a shading ot values but great resistance will lie made to all efforts to lowor tho market, widen If ". de clines nt all, will fall of Its own weli'ht Wild Doar Menaced Kln0's Life. Lisbon, Doc. 11. In the course oi a wild boar hunt yesterday a very large and powerful boar charged King Carlos. Ills majesty was thrown but not hurt. Ills horse, however, waa killed by the animal. ihe boar then charged other mem hers ot the hunting party and Inltnrt od wounds uikjii Marcpils O'Corra. Count Molina and several others. livery man should know Ids dutv Then lio can recognUo It In time to dodae. LITTLE DUCHESS" With Ai.nu IlfitlV Orijrir.,1 New Yorl; Casino Produc tion anil n Heluctetl Coin puny, including ROBERT LETT And Ten Other Comedians with n prize benuty chorus GIRLS! THE GORGEOUS "SADiE" THE CHARMING "FENCING" THE FASCINATING "CHLOE" THE DAINTY "DATHIN1" A Feast of Mirth, Music and Beauty gftr. It Prices First live rows. $1 f'0. next nine rows. sU m . las' four rows. SI nt'. bal tony, " 'c nnd Toe 3ESm THE DELMONTE Second door West of Union Depot. Hot Chile and lunch nt all hours Opm diy and night. French drip cof fee a specialty Ifut doiithnuts nnd offeo early each morning for 6c. Those FINE DIAMONDS and That BRILLIANT CUT GLASS at HAVE YOU SEEM BULARD'S? l)oit foiyot our fine I'aintrd China nnd tho finest Watches and Jewelry inad.) Our holiday lino of Novelties In eludes lLiolf-U'iinus, Utnbrullas, Hand Ha, Silverware and the "N'ow Stat i Souvenir Spoon . No trouble to show goods En .'raving done freo . Wo do Watch Repairing that others fall down on. UX' EYES TESTED FHEE,-1 l'utonn pair of Millard's lirillmnt Pebbles and you can SEE A. A. BULARD, 112 West Main. Ardmore.