The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 288, Ed. 1, Sunday, December 10, 1905 Page: 7 of 8
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Ardmorc Friday DccJmbC 8 1903.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
(By E. E. aiilllot & Co.. momberg ol
New Orleans Cotton Eichange.)
Ardmorc Dec. 9. Tho following
arc tho quotations tor today:
rieo Jan - 6 '3 8 J
Jan Feb - R 6 11
Fob Mar . -6 23
Mar Apr - - - 0 30 6 21
Apr May ' 31 t S7
8pota and 3alrw.
New York Future.
Open. High. Low. Clc-80.
. 11 M
cipots and Sale.
New Orleans Futures.
Open High. Low. Close
n 71 it 0i
an 11 75
Mar . 12 09
May li 22
Spots and Sale.
.... M 3-4
there might he a mild reaction on the
nppearanco of heavier receipts.
Sheep and lambs sold 20 to 30
higher this week up to today but are
oft 10 to 2K cents today. Prices nro at
the danger limit especially as local
mnrket Is higher relatively than otlier
points account of small receipts gen-
erally. Supply ttjday Is 7000 head
which accounts for attempt of buyors
to re adjust matters. Best lambs this"
wcok $7.50 probably J7.35 would bo
tho limit today yearlings around $0.25
for best althought $C40 was paid yes
torday wethers up to $G owes $5.25
with bulk 25 to 50 cents below theso
figures. Feeding lambs around $5.75.
J. A. IltCKAIlT
Livestock Stock Correspondent.
Report from the Reform School.
.1. O. dluck. Superintendent l'runy-
town W. Vn. writes: "Aftor trying
all other advertised cough medicines
wo havo decided to use Foley's Honey
nml Tnr exclusively In tho West Vir
ginia Reform School. I find It tho most
offeetlvo anil absoiutoiy narmiess.-.
City Drug Store '
rnnntnrfelt silver dollars of exceed
ingly clevor workmanship nro bolng
circulated In several territory towns.
Thov nro light In weight but othcr-
wlio nro good imltntlons.
INDIAN ENJOINS MUSKOGEE.
Cotton 9:50 to 11:10. Seed cotton
:40 to 3:50.
Receipts 150 bales.
NEW YORK COTTON LETTER.
Ardmoro. Doc. 9. Tho following Is
tho Wow York Cotton circular by Me
Bullish sentiment has been stlmu
latcd very materially tho past wool
by the ginning reports of Nntlunni
dinners Association Issued on Thurs
day and yesterday of United States
census bureau tending to confirm
Mondays low estlmnto at inlC7000
bales which It should bo remember
ed was predicted on the gross wolght
of bales being about 500 pounds
The Census report of S.GIS.OOO
bales ginned up to Dec. 1st announc-
ed lato ycstcrdy afternoon consid-
ered somewhat bearish by many pro-
fessional traders nnd tho market has
had a good reaction on their selling
ind profit taking.
Its ugurc3 however nro wiunn
00.000 bales of amount of cotton rc-
mrtcd clnnod to tho mma unto u-
atlonal dinners Association which
.. i . . . ... nn
' 'siimaicii us reports snuwa uuu
ner cent of tho crop had boon picked
md 88 ginned to that tlmo ond that
theso figures indicated a total crop
of 9025000 bales of stnndnrd slzo. It
is not likely to havo moro than a
temporary deprosslng Influence.
It Is unite truo that tho spinning
Interests nnd cxportors generally aro
not now buying froely but aro ratner
inclined to regard tho governments
estimate ns greatly underestimating
tho yield and contlnuo to nloft from
the market. If tho crop Is as small
as tho government estimates mnkes
It. holders of cotton In tho South aro
perfectly justified In expecting ulti-
nately higher prices for their pro-
luct. nnd they will undoubtedly rea-
Izo theso expectations. Kor the pros-
nt however mo market Is likely to
ontlnuo to fluctunto In a very crrnt!'
nanncr as tho governments estimate
ias by no means nccopted as conclu-
Ivo ovldunco that tho yield will bo
o short. Tho fact that that amount
f cotton ginned In tho Carollnns nnd
Jeorcla to Decombcr 1st is already
bs largo as tho governments estlmaio
told for these states Is regarded es
pecially by tho spinning Interests.
ind tho bears ns proving Hint mo
otal rron is much larger than Its fig
ures indicate. Theroforo wo aro Uko-
ly to sco that market back and fill
ion a contlnunnco of hoavy mixed. In
and out trading until this much
mooted point becomes moro settled.
B. 13. CUILLOT & CO.
LIVE STOCK MAKKET LtMtK.
He Wants City's Sewage Kept Out of
Mnsknceo. I. T.. Dec. 9. Tho city of
M'uskogco was mado dofendnnt In a
suit filed todny by Simpson C. Cobb a
Chcrokco allottee who asks tho court
to Issuo a temporary injunction 10 pro
vent tho city from discharging us sow
airn into Coody's creek.
Simpson claims that ho owns a farm
on Coody's crook southeast of Musko-
iron nml that tho sewago pollutes the
creek endangering tho health of his
family nnd tenants and rendering the
water unfit for uso In watering stock
mm Muskoceo soworago system
empties into a septic tank which is
simnnaoil to nurlfv tho sowngo before
it reaches Coody's creek. Tho city will
probably set up In Its answer tnai mo
septic tunic nccompusnes us purpuuv.
shniiM the Inlnnctlon bo mado per
manent It would bo necessary for the
citizens to to bonds to tho cxioni
of about $C0000 to extend tho sewer
ngo.systcm to the Arunnsas river.
Colds and Constipation
Few noonle realize when taking
cough medicines other than Kolcyn
Honey nnd Tnr that tnoy coninin opi-
ates which nro constipating besides
hnlnir unsafe nartlculnrly for children.
Fnlov's Honev and Tar contains no
opiates. Is saro and suro and will not
constipate. City Drug Store.
Aaalnst the Omnibus Bill.
Oklahoma City.. Dee. 9. Tho delo
gntlon composed of Ex-Oovcrnor C. M
Barnes. Frank dreer Honry Asp and
U. C. Guss left this ovonlng for AVns'.i
ington. Tho delegation Is against the
omnibus statehood bill because it I
fearful that Oklahoma's chances for
statehood may bo retarded by tho dls
cussion that such n bill Is hound to
Induce. Tho delegation Is nlso against
nny prohibition clauso being put Into
Mm Hlnclo stntchood bill and wishes
that question to bo loft nbsolutoly to
tho citizens of tho now stnie.
Tho delegation will nlso go on roc-
ocd ns protesting against that clauso
In tho Mcdulro bill which places tho
stato capltol nt GuUirlo for several
years until 1910.
REPORT FROM POSTOFFICES.
Auditor of Postofflces Files His
port Interesting Showing.
Washington Dec. U. Tho annunl
report of tho auditor for tho postolllco
dopnrtment If. is been tuudo public
nnd carries Its usual Items of Interest
to nil sections of tho country. Tills re-
port shows tho growth of business in
Uio cities nnd towns of tho country
nnd Is second only to n United States
census report In showing tho rclatlvo
stnndlng nnd Importnnco of Btieh
places. Tho report of tho auditor for
tho fiscal year ending Juno 30 1905
shows tlint there aro twolvo towns In
tho Indian and Oklahoma territories
having postal receipts In excess ot
$10000 per year.
Tho following nro tho receipts of
tho twolvo lending ofllces this year
compared with tho receipts for tho
samo ofllces in 19vl showing losses
Guthrie . . .
S. M'Alester. 20.050
Chlckasha . . 10175
HI Bono 11.229
In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough
Thorn Is no other niedlclno mnnu
facturcd tint hns received so much
pralso nnd so mnny expressions of
gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough
Itcmedy. It Is effective and prompt
relief follows Its uso. Orntcful parents
everywhere do not hcsltnto to testify
to Its merits for tho benefit of others.
It Is n certain cure for croup nnd will
prevent the nttnek If given nt tho first
nnnearanco of tho disease it Is es
pecially adapted to children ns It Is
pleasant to tauo anil conmins nom
inc inhirlntis. Mr. K. A. Humphreys
a well known resident nnd clork In
the store of Mr K. Uek. of Alice
Cape Colony South Afrlrn says: "1
have used Chamberlain's Cough Item-
edv to wnrd off croun and colds In
tnv family. I found It to bo very sat
factory and It gives mo pleasure to
recommend It." For salo by i'. J. nam
Bey V. B. Frame Ardmoro Drus Co
Bonner & Bonner.
Peonlo used to bo Kind to havo thel
daughters get married so that seme
imiiv nlsn would siinport them: now
thov don't wnnt them to bocatiRO ther
will hnvo to support them anil others
Notice Is hereby given that on
Tuesday December 19 1905 applica-
tion will bo mndo to tho Hon. Hoso.t
Townscnd Judge ot tho United Stntei
court of the Southern district of tho
Indian Territory at Ardmore. tor an
order of.palo of tho Interests of Helen
Writer n minor In tho following de-
scribed property to-wlt:
Lots C nnd 7 In block 144 nnd low
nnd 2- In ulock 325 In tho city ot
Ardmorc Southern district Indian
Said property being part of tho cs-
tato of P. S. Hamscur deceased. Said
ippllcatlon will bo mndo In open
'ourt on anld nbovo named dato by
tho guardian of said Helen Whltonor.
This 27th day of Nov. 1905.
C. ?i MOTZ Guardian.
By Potter Bowman &. 1'ottor At
Whcrons thero will bo a vncancy
on tho board of school directors of tho
city of Ardmoro December 10 1905
tho following director' tlmo for
which they were elected having ex-
pired: O. H. Bruce C. L. Anderson
II. Mason nnd V. K. Uynn.
Theraforc by nuthorlty vosted In
mo ns mnyor of tho city of Ardniore
I do hcrohy call nnd Issue thin pro-
clamation for nn oloctlon to bo held
on tho iOth day of December 1905
for tho oloctlon of four school direc
tors for tho city of Ardmore antl
designate the lire station nt tho city
hall tor the placo of holding sni.1
election. It. W. DICK. Mnyor.
First published Nov. 2C 1905.
' A. fclVCNO FrltnL
IHDrV LACY Vlc-Pr.ldnt
A H. PALMEn CithWr.
FRSD C CAR. K1 CieMst
CITY NATIONAL BANK
AUUrtOKIi IND TIJR
Surplus Funds 50000.00
Accounts or iirms ml individuals solicited.
Courteous treatment accorded to all alike.
Somo of tho most nnxloua hours ot
a mother's llfo nro thoso when tho
Httlo ones ot the household havo tho
croup. Thero Is no other niedlclno so
offeetlvo In this terrible malady ns
Foley's Honey and Tar. It Is a house-
hold tavorlto ifor throat and lung
troubles nnd as It contains no oplntoi
or other poisons It can bo safely giv-
en. Sold by City Drug Store.
U. V. ANDKIIUUN. ITenlili-t
O. L ANDKltHON Oaihtnr
II. K FlllINHLKY Vice Ptut.
O. H. MAUl'IN' An t Cnhlpr
Ardmore Indian Territory
Capital Paid In
rtia utdrat tiiiuk In Inrtlm Torrltorr. Aooountu of ftrmt nml ladlrldcali
tollcltril dpou tbn mud liberal tor rat oomlitont with trooJ tinklnc
On tho sea of llfo ninny pcoplo np-
pear to he : ailing craft; at any rate
tliev seem to depend entirely on tho
wind for motive power.
Fresh and Cured Meats
StcaKs and Roasts
Kansas City. Mo.. Dec. 9. (Special.)
I lecelnts of beef steers all around
lift'o been liberal this week Chicago
jjUving hnd an excosslvo supply. Feu
Jteers havo declined 10 to 25 cents
Sut mnrkct today has shown some im
Orovement. Quarnntino fod Btecrs
ioltl steady all week With tho oxcep
yon of Tuesday when thoy woro 10
fower. but this loss has been rcgalnod
(pdny. Sows soil strong ns a rulo
market stondy today a shado abovo
!londny. Somo veal calves brought 5
day. Fed steers In tho quarantlno
Ivlslon havo sold this week at $3.40
$3.90 somo today nt $3.S5 weighing
1070 lbs. Top fed cows this week $3.
He fit grass cows $2.55 and best grass
jteers $3.15. Tho ndvanco of 20 to
in cents last wook Is believed to bo
Jio catiso of tho rush of fod steers
D market this week but buyors havo
iliown today .that they can uso largo
aimbers of cattlo nnd paid strong
Vices for tho smnllcr supply today
hthough thoy havo secured a largo
umber of cattlo nlready this week
Jountry demand Is strong ns tho fool
tg Is generally optimistic In regard
tho winter and spring market.
lrces respond easily on days of short
ocoipts a healthy sign.
Hogs markets havo been sensatlonnl
1st two days market 5 to 10 higher
iisterday and 10 to 15 higher today
ilth n ton of $5.m4 bulk of sales $5
$510 light nogs up to $a.05 pigs
$4.85. 'Receipts aro liberal. -5300.
tho last four days 13.000 today hut
pnarontly want them competition
ps nlmost developed Into a scrnmblo
t-sieruuy unu louny. ui tuurso
Boy's Life Saved from Membraneous
C. W. Lynch a prominent cltbm
of Winchester Intl. writes: "My Ht
tlo hov had a severe attack or mem
braneous croup nnd only got relief
after taking Foley's Honey nnu inr
Ho got relief nftor ono doso nml I
feel that It saved tho llfo of my boy
Refuse substitutes. City Drug bto.o
Thev All Get Robbed.
Ono of tho most significant ns wel'
as peculiar things nbout his wholo tri
bnl Government business is mni n
tho normlt collectors get robbed. Per
mit collectors seem to bo easy victim:'
nf tho robbers. Thoy nil get ronuoi
nnd It hnppcns Just before time to
turn In tho cash its a sirnngo tiling
Isn't It? D.d you over think about it
Jt'n so. They all get robbed "lir.
Choctaw and Chlcknsnw nation sliouli
have nn nrmy to accompany tho per
mil rol ectors In ordor to protect tuom
from tho mean robbers who lay In
wait for theso officers on. every road
sldo. AVapanucka Press.
ii - -
A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good.
A. H. Thurnes. a woll known coal
onorator of Buffalo O. writes:
lmvn been afflicted with kldnoy or
hlndilnr troublo for years passim
gravel and stones with oxcruclntlng
pain. I got no relief from medicine
until I bogin taking Foley's Kidney
Cure then tho result was surprising.
A fow doses stnrted tho brick dust
llkn fine stones nnd now I haVo no
pain ncross my kidneys nnd fool Hko
a now man. it nas none mo ujuu
worth of good." City Drug Store.
SEGREGATED COAL LANDS.
Call Issued to Mayors of Indian Ter-
ritory Towns for Meetlnn.
South McAlester. I. T.. Dec. 9. A
call hns ben sent out signed by T. S
Chapman mayor of South McAlostor
and directed to tho mnyors of nil in
cornorated towns and cities In tho seg
regated land celt for a meeting to bo
held In this city Dec. 10 at 3 p. m.
for tho nurposo of taking action on
tho final disposition of tho segregated
No Opium In Chamberlain's Cough
Thero Is not tho least langor In giv
ing Chamberlain's Cough Romedy to
small chlldron ns It contains no opium
or other harmful drug. It has nn es
tnbllshed reputation of moro than
thirty years as tho most successful
whooping cough. It always cures and
whooqlng cough. It always euros and
is pleasant to.taKO. uniniren into c
Sold by F. J. Ramsoy W. B. Frame
Ardmoro Drug Co. Bonner & Boiu or
Don't try to keep your husband from
grumbling llttlo sister for It ho Is
disposed to rumblo hq will do so no
matter now you exert yourself.
Plncsalvo acts Hko a poultice. Best
hlng In tho world for bolls burns.
oracked hnnds. tetter etc. bow n
City Drug S'ore.
Mnrrlaco opens n mans eyes an
his pockethook simultaneously.
nno-fnurth karat perfect white dia
mond $27.50 nt Shumnn Bros. clos-
Intr out jewelry sale. west. .Main
street opposite court hotibo. 3tf
nvthln!r that is unnecessary Is
dear no matter how cheap it may be.
it u iT niensuro to tnko Dr. Dado's
Uttlo Liver Pills and onjoy their tonic
ffoct upon tho liver bom y wiy
Pownrdlco Is a nlghtninro thnt trou
bles somo mon when they nro awake.
Fnlov'iT Honey nnd Tar always
tops tho cough and heals tho lungs.
Refuse substitutes soiu oy mo uuy
Vn lltornrv critic is Justified In abus
ing a book until after ho has read
Whv suffer with your kldneys7 Thi
llscovery of Kidnoy-Ettes hns proved
a bless ng to thousands of Kldnoy sui-
fomra who havo been restored to per
feet health. These tablets drivo tuo
dcs.iso ccrms out of tho system' an
wo urgo all sufferers to givo mis
scientific nnd successful kidney rem
edy n trial. 25c. City Drug Store W
B. Frame prop
A dead man Is of as much uso In tho
World as a lazy one and ho takes up
afes and Vaults
We regard the solidity of Safes and Vaults
of great importance; and have therefore
devoted much thought and care aiid large
sums of money in making this portion of
our outfit abundantly secute.
We still have a few
Deposit Vaults for Kent
The Bankers' Trust Co.
Carriage Kcp?.tir SGiop
IllnckHmltbliiK. Wuoilnoik. 1'nlntlni; nml
TrlmhitiiK. lii-nvy forKlnu and tiurni'DliuKlni:
111 I'Otllll'l lion.
loi r'it npimln-fir Arilmnru. I.'l.
Chicilasaw Telephone Co.
Lony distance coupons will bo
sold on tho following basis in
10 per cent discount will bo
given on $25.00.
15 per cent discount will bo
given on $50.00.
20 per eont discount will bo
given on $100.00.
Coupons to bo bought and
paid for in advance or before
opening an account.
Wm. H. Berry Gen. Mtjr.
Tho Cotton Bolt General Passenger
leparttnent at Tyler Toxas havo Is-
sued aulto a unlouo advertisement In
tho form of beautiful Gold Edgo pity
ing enrds which can bo purchased at
Cotton Belt Ticket offices nnd on our
Cafo cars. Pn'c" twenty-flvo (25)
cents per deck or aend thirty (301
onts In stamps to General Passengt.
lopartment ylPr. Texas for trans-
...Fslan by U. S. mall. 24-3ra
Tho ..lajestlc steel rango is stove
perfection. Nothing can equal It. Sold
BIVENS. CORHN & FHENSLY.
Undertaking and Embalming.
Morth of Ardnioroite North Washing
ton street. Phono 341 nnd 433.
W. P. POLAND
Buys nnd sells land makes
lease contracts securer al-
lotments for citizens keop
firatclaBS surveyor in office
work (jnaranteed. Office over
First National Bank.
tro Big a foruDDnturft
trrltAtloct or lileerationi
I ItrtOlBT. nf m ii fl uii tii mh rur
Knt or poloQiUi
CINClHHiTl.OLl held hj IruLHti
or in la pUIn wrivrp-t.
hf eiprM ptpiU tut
for the Interiiational Live
Stock Exposition Decern
ber 10th to 23d.
lust a little more than
one fare for the round trip
For comfort and conven
ience use the Missouri
Kansas & Texas Railway
Soo tho agent for rates und
W. 8. ST. GEORGE
General Passenger and Ticket Agent
ST. LOUIS MO
is interested in good pure healthful grocer-
res. Then it follows that everybody in and
around Ardmore is interested in doinrj their
grocery baying at
' He Keeps the freshest stocK in the city and
has everything good to eat under one roof.
DO YOU D
TO EXCESS ?
If so don't you want to quit? I can positively cure
anything that walks tho earth of tho Liquor Habit aud
within a vc y short titno. My romedy is porfectly harmless
and painless and has no bad effects whatever. Remember
my troitmcnt is guaranteed to your entire satisfaction be-
fore you pay one cent.
Aro Vojj Addicted to the Use of
MORPHINE OP. OPIUM?
I have a remedy that will thoroughly eliminate all nar-
cotic poison from tho system thereby leaving you as freo
from all desire or craving for Morphine- or Opium as you
woro boforo you e er began its uso. Jly treatment not only
dostroys all desire or craving for tho Drug or Liquor Hab-
it but builds up tho nervous system malting you feel like
a now man or woman.
If you want a treatment that is sure speedy and per-
manent. A euro that you do not havo to ask someone olso
whother you aro cured or not. como to
THE PRFCT CUBE SANITARIUM
All Corresponduaoe Strictly Conflclentlal. J. S. MIL-U Jr.
rhOnoSOl Foil' Illouks Houth
nAIMlHCoM and Wood Yard l nov ready for your order tor Conl or Wood. Will also
wliolnitalu 1'lour. l'oed and drain. Our aim will bo to trust all ullku and by futr deallnti
hnno to rnoolvo a share of your imtronnuo.
CO U. Ht. H. Wo
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