The Ponca City Daily Courier. (Ponca City, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 277, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 6, 1906 Page: 1 of 4
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Zhc ponca City H>ailv Courier
THE STUCK MARKET.
PONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6,
Transactions it the Ks ss CHy Ysrds for
Week Endini S. pi. 3.
Kansas City, Sept. 3 — Eicta succes-
„ ve M jnday lateiy has shown an in-
create in cattle receipts over the
p rvlous Monday. Today the run !•
'fi,0<U head, against 14,0" 0 last Mon-
dty. Tbe market on steers held j
stea.ly last week, including grass
steer* and stockersand feeders, cow*
sold lu to 15 lower, calves 50 cents to
$;<0 lo*«r. greatest los. on light
wtigbts Lut week closed Arm, a.-
the demand bat been ample to ab-
sorb the receipts, which are running
a little short of a year ago. Tbe
shortage is explained by the abun-
dance of feed all over the country,
and the fact that owners are getting
more independent each year. Large
amounts of indebtedness have b;en
liquidated in tbe last fe years, and
shippers are not forced to market
stock till they'see fit. For this reason
tne size of the run this fall rema.n. a ,
conundr jo, and depends mainly on
haw tbe market holds up. Prices are
•fairly satisfactory now, market weak
to a shade lower today, gra.s steers
w a< to 10 cents lower, which re-
move* tU aovance tbts class made
late last w*ek. Numerous droves of
finished' steers nave sold at $« 00 to
t'l 25 each day lately, including today.,
branded westerns at $« 10, corn and I
grass steers 15 00 to #5 75, good weigbt
grassers up to 15 lu, native grazed
Texan. 13 65 to W 40, fair to good
beifers aa 25 to W "5, cows 12 25 to
•3 «5, bulls 12 10 to 13 25, calves 13 00
to *5 50 since the decline. Demacd
from tbe country last week was
feaviest of the season. #50 carloads
were taken out, a third more than
any previous week tbi* fall- Feeders
including westerns, ranged from *1 50
to 9150. a few heavy steers lor a
short teed at M 50 to H 90. stockers
•2 50 to 14 10.
Hogs 'i Id lower first of last week,
but closed the week strong, market
barely steady today. Hun was 40.000
h*ari last week. 5Cf 0 here today, and
August receipts gained h-ViOO head
•tver August last year or 80 per cent.
! week for the countrv, feeding l^mba
|« 00 to l<> 50, breeding ewes #5 00 to
16 50. Native lambs sold at •? 00 to
50 todav, wetbera and yearlings
.85 <i0 to *5 75, ewes up to 95 15.
NOT Q00D MARKSMEN.
MIS MASTER'S VOICB
the whole year round of
coming to our store when
you have a drug want.
We are constantly
striving to serve our
customers in such a
mannfer that the more
of their business they
give us, the more they
will want to give us.
In other words, we
try to satisfy the most
exacting wants of every
person who comes into
Western Hen sre Not Winning Kay Prlies st I
Se-||fl Having purchased a
Seagirt, N J.. Sept. 5-New York, | Supply of Victor
winner of the three previous compe-
titions of the national team match,
took the lead today at the close of
the second period of the match,
which began yesterday. Massachu
setts continued to hold second place,
and New Jersey, which finished In the
lead yesterday, fell back to eigutb.
■ r Only tbe 800 yards stage, began late I g/lt
| J yesterday^ and fie 20 J yards rap;d-
I fire stage, were complete today. J
The skirmish runs was started. There
I remain the wind-up of the skirmish
| runs and the slow firing at 1.000 yards.
I The indications are tnat the match
I will be finished late tomorrow.
The six leaders in the order named,
I at the conclusion of the rapid-fire
stage, the last to be completed today,
I were New York, Massachusetts Unit- t
' ed States infantry, Wisconsin, Un'.t- J
ed States marine cirps and the Di*-1
I trict of Columbia.
Tbe weather conditions throughout|
j tbe day were perfect.
The natioral individual match, first
prize including l,000 In casb. prob-
■ ably will not be starred until Friday
morning, and undoubtedly will occu-
py at least two days. The national
pistol match will follow tbe national
| individual match.
Tbe standing of tbe Western teams
i among the fortyone competing, at
and preparations are being made ac-
The Santa Fe will draw from its er.- j
tire system the coaches to be used in
transporting the people and there will
be no shortage of them
Davidson is Nominated lor Oovernor by Uood
I Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 5.—Govern-
or James O. Davidson was nominated
to head toe Republican s.ate ticket,
Uaving defeated Speaker Irvin L.
Lenroot of the last assembly, his only j
I opponent, by a majority that may
1 run as high as 20,000. Davidson car-
ries with him his running mate, W.
D. Conner, of Marshfield, for lieuten-
ant governor, who defeats John S.
Strang, of Osh«osb for second place, i
For the Democrats, John A. Aylward,
of Madison, is leading Ernest Merton, 1
j of Waukesha, for first place, and
broken dimmed'record*. Bring | John OWIeara, of Milwaukee, appears |
in your broken records and get new J lQ adea(j 0f Michael F. BlensKi, of
Milwaukee, for second place. Tbe
vote wa comparatively light
Davidson won the nomination In
spite of the fact that United States
Senator Li Fj.lettt canvassed tbe
state for L-enroot, mauing speeches j * _
(for his candidate in nearly every ) DfUj OlOFC
I portiou of the sttte. Div.d on and'
Ssnts Fe Prepsres to Hsndle *1ore People to ' , .Veral of his adherents also made'
an active canvass
Talking Machines, 1
now offer you a
:: Victor. Talking
Enough said, that Victors
lead tne world.
We exchange new records for
ones in their place.
EXPECT BIO CROWDS.
is not more delicatelv
rare than the fragrance of
some of our true floral ex-
tracts. It is this refinement
that distinguishes the real
perfume from what is mere-
ly an odor.
You can always be sure of
finding here -n ample as-
sortment of the world s finest
perfumes, and many of them
cost no more than you would
pav elsewhere for less desir-
A fine selection, also, of
foreign and domestic toilet
waters, colognes, sachet
Wm. F. Wylde, Proprietor
R E. MORRISON
"We save you Money"
Top price today is •« 33, bulk ol sales
to 20 to •« 35. a few heavy bogs at
•ft 00 to a* 2D. mixed weights 2" to
30, ligbt hags •« 13 to *1 33 Pack-
ers droves are costing 5 to 20 cents
more here than anywhere else oa tbe
river, and right at tbe Chicago cost
| Heavy hogs sell better here be-ause
not so many big weight hogs come
Limbs lost 15 to 25 cents last Tues-
diy, and failed t> recover aay of It
I since, sheep about steady, feeding
Special Bargains in Farms| * ai* s eaiy Run i.^wo today,
and city property. market steady, and 30,000 bead ar-
11 ved last week, so that a good many
HoUSeS*for*Rent. orders for the country are n >* oe'.ng
OflFct, 1 vr r First National Hank. | ti.led. Idaho yearllni*. wcthtr« and
' 1 luVCitv. Ukla. r*«•, brought *"> * aaU^ #3 .j*> last
S. h. Chenoweth,
Real Estate, Loans
the 101 Raach
Bliss. Sept 6 —The Santa Fe which
passes through the 101 Ranch is pre-
paring to handle a larger crowd at the
t-me of the celebration of the open-
ing of the Cherokee.Strip, on Sept.
15th atd lfltb. than was bandied last
year, when Miller Bros , owners of the
- - ranch entertained in honor ot the
the close of the shooting today, fol- , NatiofUU Editorial Association.
Last year tbe crowds that came ex-
, ccedc#-the wHdest guess that had
] been made bv anyone connected with
the entertainment and for that reason
the capacity ot the Santa be was
taxed to its utmost. On that account
t^ere was some delay In getting ihe
people away from the ranch, alter
tbe show, but this year a differ- nt
system of handling the trains will be
used and the time consumed In hand-
ling tbem will be reduced to a mlni-
Thls year the crowds are ex-
. a rs. ' pected to exceed those of last year
both territories participated. The —
object of tbe meeting was the line of
Kansas. 5 >: Texas, 27
RepaMlisn Territorial Committees to feet on
Guthrie. Sept. 5 —Governor Frantz.
Chairmab Filson and others returned
yesterday morning from Oklahoma
Cltv where a conference was held
the evening before in which a num-
ber ot active party workers from |
Persons desiring wells drilled can
have their work done promptly and
in tirst-class shape by calling on
E. R Parker,
Pnn,-a fir v. Okla.
v -W hu S wSu
Ice cream that slides down tnd ta-tes
all the way with that highly enjov-
able, refreshing feeling is tbe only
kind to get. That's the kind you get
at our tountain—its St«*tTerw.
Delicious soda, sparkling phosphate,
creamy ice cream, or ju t plain lem-
onade. Which will it beV We are
here to serve any of them in the best
possible way, and just, as cold as your
mouth can stand it. At Motrison's
Reserved seat tickets for "At Crip-
ple Creek" are now on sale at Mc-
Dowell «v Castator's drm? store.
1 Hi P. Gott & Co
are still agents for
Jewell Gas Stoves
Block Lights and
and will appreciate your
business on them as well
as on everything else that
is carried in a first-class
Gas Pitting, Plumbing,
Pumps, Tin Work.
action for tbe campaign now ope.-
ing Tbe time 's short and wbat is
done must be done quickly and one of
the Urst things to be accomplished s
to get an organuation of the two tei-
I ntories so that there will be no con-
| d-.ct In any way.
There were present at tbe confer-
ence S Grant Victor, who Is at the
head of the Indian territory republic- j
ao committee. Myron Boyle, editor
of the Tulsa Republican and a recog-,
n./.;il leader of the party in that part |
ihe new sfate, and several otbet-
A.I recognized the need ol, grttlng
together and the result of the'con-1
ference was that a meeting of the
republican central c mmlttee wtil be j
calud by Chairman Filson, to bi heid ,
I at Ocl^boma City on Tuesday. Sep-.
tember 11. and Chairman Victor will
ca I a meeting of tbe Indian territory
Leaving a good house tin-
painted is as imprudent as
leaving greenbacks out in
t*u- ri<n. A house unpro-
tected bv good paint cracks
t and rots and is unsightly all
* the time
Whatever you do. paint!
Whenever ,ou paint, use
* good pai.it and have it put
on by a good painter and, it
wi I not be.necessary \o havt
it done so often
[ And with the outsid^ in
a fresh, seasonable dress,the
inside will lo'ok dingy and
ragged. One ot our latest
styles of will paper will nt
' it' up so that you will be
republican central committee to
meet In that city on the same date.
! It will be up to tbe members of tbe 1
two committees to dsclde as to|
whether or not an amalgamation
shall be effected.
The meeting lsof great importance
|| in many ways in that the scope of
tbe new committee^ should an amal-
gamation be brought about, would
extend over the entire new state and
as It would necessitate the electing
of new committee officials, much in-
terest will be taken. The men who
are to handle tbe affairs of tbe party
In Its initial campaign will have a
| great responsibility and that fact will
I Induce tbe bringing forward of the
b:st tbat the party has for tbe po l
t(ons. Tberc will likely be a number
ol candidates for each place on tbr
committee from both territories, so
that there will be no lack of good
timber from wblcb ti} select
Ptacti Sundm at tne new Simian
J Fountain, falaca Drug Store.
proud of it.
The cost won t scare vou
either when you see the kind
of work we do.
had far better be
done right in the be-
ginning, as thereby
endless repairs are
unnecessary. That is
why it pavs to have
your plumbing install-
ed by first-class men.
We have gone into the%
Plumbing Business £J
We have engaged an 'expert workman and
have a .complete line of gas'tKiures on hand.
W# \\>U! *&&hi<fcto figure -on yoar work. ^
-WE AHB -AGENXS for THE J
Genuine Jevfei Ranges and Heaters. $
. KOLLER HARDWARE CO. \
I), w. KVQAft, I'rop.
Star Barber Shop
$KC«ss«f Is tellies t Kyisr.
Tbe (test Equipped Hhop to Kay
county. Come and set me and
get what you eipect,
All kinds of HAlK and F.\t £
preparations All face
Batha for Eve-vbody.
EXPERT CEMENT WORK |
Makes a specialty of Sidewalks, Curbs
and cellar floors, and does all kinds
of work in his line.
' Satisfaction guaranteed
# See me before having work done,
# if you want the best.
! ED SIVYEK,
jt Phone 134. 512 South Fourth Street. ^
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Headley, L. C. The Ponca City Daily Courier. (Ponca City, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 277, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 6, 1906, newspaper, September 6, 1906; Ponca City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc174995/m1/1/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.