The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 263, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 17, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday January 17.
THE UA1LY ATIDMOREITE.
At the New Jewelry Store
You will find the finest line of loose and Mounted
Diamonds in the city and you can buy them right
Either for Spot Caih or On Easy Payments
I jeweler i WALTER C. DEAN i
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty 4 doors West City Nat'l Danll
Remember that our foun-
tain is in full blast both win-
vtor and summer. We servo
the choice drinks.
We have two shipments of
fine fresh candy each week.
Some more of those nov-
elty baskets have arrived and
we are selling thorn cheap.
I hnvo a fow first-class type-
writers taken In exchango which
I will dlsposo of nt vory close
prices. Oluco on the way to the.
postofllcc. C A. Oppllgor Smith-
For the Generous patronage of the peo-
ple of Aril more durlnutho past yenr I
extend to them my most cordial thankn.
My Cleaning Pressing
equipment) are better than over anil I
solicit your trado durlni; tbo year IMS.
Special Notice I have for sale some
nice Berkshire and Poland China rigs.
B. F. MILLS
Telephone 176 West Main St.
Best Hack Lino in the city.
0!LY FIRST CLASS TRADE CATERED TO.
T. E. Choate. Prop.
Own Your Home.
Desirable lots for easy payments.
Will build you a nice homo on easy
payments. See mo at once. Chas.
Fraloy. 1 ltf
W. P. POLAND
Buys and sells lanu makes
nl lease contracts secures-
lotments for citizens keep
first-class surveyor in office
work guaranteed. Office
over First national Bank.
I have added a new
to my Transfer lino and am
prepared to make calls prompt-
ly day and night. Phono. 2C1.
. L-Fresh and Cured Meats
V SteaKs and Roasts
Who Always Sold
The Fnist Fresh Meats
n the City has come back to
gVrumoro and bought the Mur-
Jphy market .near the Gilmer
louso. Ho wants a share of
J mur trado. It is to your intor-
st to mvn it tn him.
I n- -
We never prescribe
I liKe the
"Because they never try
to get me to take some-
thing else in the place of
what I aslr for '
What possible excuse
could we have to ask you
to take something else
since it is our business
to have what you ask for
Get it at the Red Cross
DAY OR NIGHT
We deliver up to ten o'clock
C l j. Dnbbs Is In the city from Uu-
rant J. V. Hutchlns of Wyntt is In Ard-
more. Tom McKeown an attorney of Ada
ClniH. Floyd of Aila Is hero on bus-
iness. .1. U Ward of Atoka is In tho city
CorneUtfs Hardy of Tishomingo Is
In the city.
i. I). Dlckorson of Pnrcoll was a
visitor last night.
Marshal Colbort enmo In from Tish-
0. H. Hiiitowh a banker of Tlsho-
! mltiKO Is In tho city.
Mr. Frnnk Chock a banker of St.
I.ouls. Is In the city nttundltiK court.
A. C. Haklns the well known oil
mill man of Mndlll was hero yostor-
day. Dr. Poynor a woll known physician
of Tishomingo was In tho city yes-
terday. Mrs. Draughon of Marietta and
Miss Ixivo of that place were hero
I Harry Stoinim wont to Dallas today
I to attend tho grand opera at that
lib Evans has been called to AI
' varado Texas to afTcnd tho bedside of
! his brother who Is very ill.
I Mrs. Poo of Uttlo ItMjtj wno tin
I been here the guest of Rev. Watson
and family hns returned homo after
a pleasant visit.
Fire Boy's Entertainment.
Tho Grldley entertainers In their
musical acts both vocal and Inslru
mental under the nusplces of tho Fire
department and for tho benefit of the
lire boys was tho attraction nt tt.
opera houso lrtit night. Tho nffalr
was well attended and tho flro boys
cleared a neat little sum on tho ven-
ture. Tho Qrldley's as entertainers
In tholr lino are good and In many In-
stances they responded to numerous
Tho PeneU)Ient Society will meet
with Mrs. J. C. Thompson tomorrow
afternoon nt 3 o'clock.
AngoH'rt Comedians all next week
All members of Ardmore Aerie Fra-
turnnl Ordor of Kaglos are requested
to attend the meeting of the nerle to
night at 7:30 o'clock.
T. C. nitlDOMAN Secretary
Something doing nil noxt week at
tho opora house. 17-1
The Dunnway Concert Co. will glvo
their entertainment at tho opcm
houso Friday night Jan. 10th Instead
of tho Methodist church Thursday
Hans an' Nix Thursday night. 1C-2
Are you going to the AUCTION
In the United States court this
morning the cases of W. T. Ward and
15. H. Colbtrt Indicted In connection
with the Clilekasnw warrant matter
were called for trial. The govern-
ment announced thnt It was not ready
for trial today and the cases went
over until tomorrow. No other case
was taken up. Mnrshal Colbert and
Mr. Ward are ready to have their
cases tried and no doubt a special
venire will be summoned to try them.
A number of witnesses r.rc ber to
testify Including Floyd Shock of St.
I.ouls a fiealor In county warrants
who handled a portion of the Chicka-
Tickets on sale Wednesday for Hans
an' Nix. . 1C-2
Cottoti continues to roll In and it Is
learned that so fnr the receipts will
reach 21200 union. It Is estimated
that Ardmoro will receive nt least
three thousand more bales this year.
It Is reported that thero Is much cot-
ton In tho field ns yet unpicked.
Two Funny FcI'.gwb Hans an' Nix
Thursday night. 1C-2
Tho directors of tiie Ardmore Com-
mercial club will meet tonight at tho
city hall at 7:30 o'clock and a full
board Is requested to bo In attendance.
Two Funny Follows Hans nn' Nix
Thursday night. lfi-2
Mrs. H M. Prater who has been
seriously 111 nt her resldonco In the
south part of tho city for somo time
Ik reported no better and her friends
are anxious about her condition.
TUB AUCTION Monday night.
For Carriage or Baggage
ARDMORE TRANSFER CO.
' I Jit mo re-finlsh nnd repair your
Piano. K. U SMITH
j C21 A street N. W. Phono 03S
Heferenco E. I). Luke. 17-1
Tickets on snlo Wednesday for Hans
an' Nix. ic-2
THE AUCTION Monday night.
O. O. CARTBH
CARTER & CANNON agents
HCPIteeCNTIHO THE FOLLOWNO RtUABLM CCUFAtrtd
Commercial Union Assurance Company of London. EncUnil
1'Matloe Insurance Company of London England
Queen Insurance Company of New York
Nlatrra Hire of New York
Pboenlz Insurance Company of Hartford Conn.
Orient Insurance Company nt Hartford Conn
Fireman's Fund of Ban Franclaoo
Norwich Union Insurance Boelety of Norwich England
Qerman Alliance Insurance Company of New York
Ocean Aocldont and Guarantee Corporation
Prudential Life Insurance Company
New Jersey Plato Olass Company
Fhenlx of Ilrooklyn Philadelphia Underwriter of Philadelphia Bprlnvneld
of Massachusetts Liverpool London fc Globe of Liverpool
OMOB IH OAtTBH-BOOHKn BLDQ. OVaT ft O.
i Woodmen Circle Work.
Thoro wns a call mooting of tho
Woodmen Circle last night which
created enthusiasm among tho mem-
bers. Thero woro seven candldatoB
Initiated Into tho ordor nnd at tho
close of tho work a delightful hour
was spent. A regular session of thn
do will ho held Friday night nt 7:30
o'clock and a gala tlmo Is promised
among tho good things mentioned Is a
box supper which will tickle tho pal-
atos of tho hungry woodchoppers with
their sisters In. the Circlo at tho con-
elusion of tho routine business of thn
T. N. COLEMAN
The City Druggist
Phone 4 109 West Main
Phono 78 for closed carriage any
hour. Carter & King. l'J-lm
FRANCE'S NEW PRESIDENT.
Falllleres President of Senate Suc-
ceeds Emlle Loubet.
Paris Franco Jan. 17. Mr. Falllf-
eu president of tho 'scnalo-ns to-
day elected president of Franco to
suceed Emtio Ixiubet who has been
at tho head of tho European republic
slnco 1899. Tho election was held at
Versailles and tho voto resulted. Fall-
Hares 110 Doumor 371.
Aw you going to the AUCTION
Opera house all next week.
(Dy E. E. Gutllot & Co. members of
Now Orleans Cotton Exchange.)
Ardmore Jan. 17. Tho following
are the quotations for today:
Jan Feb a IG 111
Fob Mar .0 18 6 IS
Mar Apr C 21 6 18
Apr May 6 20 C 21
May Jun.. C 2i C 21
A High Class Shoe I
AT POPULAR PRICES - -
If you desire a neat smooth linish dross shoo buy the
rondo with light single or hcay doublo solo vici kid
fe' T' $3.50 - $4.00
mum i Hieiii iviu or raient colt Ilnl. Illuchcror Ilutton. prlco
We do Repairing
127 E. Main Street
THE SHOE MAN
127 E. Main Street
Spots and Sale.
' New York Future.
upen. nign. iiw.
1 :- M 82 U t.l
May i w. i ! II ?i
July U 11 Vi i vi II 77
'Bpot and Sales
New Orleans Futures.
1) Open. High. Low. Close.
May ';. 12 10
I t 02
Bpots and Sales.
Chicago '. 35.000 UCOO
Kiinna City.. 130CO 700J
Omaha ... 10000 45000
Left over 7000
ItecolptH year nk'o 30000
Mixed 620 to 617 1-2
Oooil 520 to 53
Itoui;li 620 toU0
Lit: lit 520 to 610
Cattle Htroni: to lCc lilKher
Cotton Market Today.
Cotton 8 to 10:80. Seed cotton 2 to 3
Receipts 150 bales.
Ardmore I. T. Jan. 17. Liv-
erpool cables were about what
was expected to havo equalled
our net fluctuations of yester-
day. Spots were advanced six
points in the English market on
sales of 10000 bales while fu-
tures were about four points
higher than yesterday's final
American markets opened
about unchanged subsequent
advancing live to seven points
but at this lovel much prolit
taking was indulged in by longs
and a s the spot demand was not
as good as for tho pastfowdylyas
the marke tgradually sadee off
on account of absence Jof sup-
Tho weather was favorable in
all portions of tho cotton belt
today and the weather forecast
for tomorrow is for a continu-W
anco of fair weather.
Wo ndviso purchases of tho
March and May options at from
20 to 30 points decline from to-
day's opening lovel.
THE TURF EXCHANGE fEiD
Races Dally over Special Wire from 1:30 lo 5 p.m. No Minors Admitted
S10 J. Cn!'n l.?n-von" tdoklnir all the winners nt one track In on day. Hnch 51f
V w Tlll-Sllar. Tllllrmlnt- nnil Njilnr.lni. nn n.l.llil..nl ...in i ..I... .Tllll
over pU'ks the most winners on those days. Hoo scratches on our lilackliosrd nt 1:30
P. in. llao written selections In our hands nt 2 p. in. for pant performances of hor-
ses consult onr form hooks. Hero is a chance for anyliody to win.
1IBTS I'LAl-KII BOURGEOIS BROS. MACES DKhuHlllKn
Well Kijulpped llllllnrd and Pool Hall In Connection
Your Credit Is Good
Everything to Furnish
On Easy Payments
This is a Great Country with
A Big Auction Sale
Marietta I. T
FRIDAY JANUARY 19 1906
At 2:30 o'clocK P. M.
A Five Hundred Per Cent Invest-
ment. Don't mips it don't fail to
buy a lot.
THREE BLOCKS FROM MAIN ST.
Lots sold by J.C .Goggerty the Ir-
ish Auctioneer under the manage-
ment of the
CONWAY HENRY CO.
of OKLAHOMA CITf
The Wi"11 Ardmoreite
For All the New
All the Tlnie
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