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SALE NOW IN PROGRESS
Restrictions Being Removed at
Rate of Six orSeven
NEARLY 2,000 APPLICANTS
m $50,000 worth of clothing and ready-to-wear Tailor-made garments for men, women and children to be distributed into
the homes of the pe pie at prices lower than the actual cost of the raw material at the
M. Q. BOXLEY
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DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING STORE ROOM AT CADDO, I. T.
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Staro. Sale positively op'ons Wednesday, Fobruary 16th, and continuo for only TEN DAYS. Horo nro tho days Wednosdav. Feh. in. Tliiirflrlav i?h i
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l'ridayl'eb. n.aaturaay iep. 10, Monday iod. zu, Tuesday ivod. 21, Wednesday Fob. 22, Thursday Fob. 23, Friday Fob. 24,
Saturday Fob. 25. TEN BIG
, uax Tms lenuro siocic mu do marKea m piain ngures. wo assuro oaon ana overy purchaser absoluto satisfaction. Wo guarantee ovory garment ovorv
rVbrico and ovory statement hero made. Arid we tnko baok. oxohaneo or refund your tnonov on anv nurohnnB iinqjiHnfnnMrv whntnnnvai. ti, u:m:.! . .
J closed itcharrahgp and remark ovory garment, so that tho masses can bo easily handled, and will romain closed until Wodnosday Feb. 15,' whon sale begins.
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I Ten days of inimitablo bargains before tho public, beginning Wednesday, Fob. 15th and continuing for 10 days. This ontiro M. G. Boxloy & Son Dry Goods
I 'Clothing Stock is all now and abounds with rnonoy-saving inducements that will truly provo a tonic for overworked pockot books. We caution you to como
uuiiy, uo una ouiu win iuoi, ion ui,yo umj. uoi jr tiling uiwou Bu iwiujjr. au 10 mo uji, duiu ui una juuu in mis vicimiy ana may novor occur again. In or
der to provo to you tho tromondous sacrifices that must bo mado wo havo mentioned a few of tho extraordinary bargains that will be offered. Bear in mind
there aro ono thousand other artiolos wo cannot mention horo. We advise you to savo this and bring it with vou. so vou o-et oxnotlv rim mmdq mnriinnrA
this paper. .Remember, no postponement. Satisfaction gqarantofd or your monoy refunded immediately. Moroliants from this city or county wishing to buv
portions of this stook at tho samo retail prices listed in this paper will bo waited on only botv con tho hours of 8 and 9 overy morning. '
.A, finVmiit otolothos. all to match, ibis suit. is
well worth SO, or your monoy rofun
ded at any time during this salo . .
A fino suit of clothes, all to matoh,This
is positively worth S10,- or your monoy
rof unded at any 'time during tho salo.
A fino suit of olothos, all to match,
worth S10. rofunded if not pleasod
Men's fine suits in Choviots and Ssotoh
worth S12, or your monoy refunded at
any time during tho sale
Men's splendid suits in Valour finished
more, all sizes. Thoy aro positively
worth S18, or your monoy baok
At $9.85 you aro free to ohooso a suit
S18.5Q. S20. and up to S22.50, from 20
finely made and as elegantly finished suits as
th moBt fastidious dressor could desire. From
home and foreign Buitings of dtylo .and tone and
is a groat variety of offeots, tailored into gar
ments of faultless fashion. Black, Bluo, Brown
Drab, Diagonal, Tan, Choviots, Homespun,
Tweed and Cassimero suits, single and n nc
doublo breasted, thiB salo 3 "
$9.98 roprosonts ono lot of 500 suite in black and
bluo and bluo blaok ThiLots and unfinished
worsteds, also some dark fanoy mixed This
lot positively sold for S25. In tho new fad out
four button sack coat, ontiroly custom made.
You get your money baok; this goes for S9.98
Hop represents a lot of suits that aro the pro
00 duot of tho world's celebrated looms and
tho world's most skillful tailors. Thoy equal
and are. guaranteed to excel any $40 tailor mado
to order garment in. tho world. Monoy II nn.
baok if not satisfied at II 3"
800 pairs men's pants,worth up to$2.50,now 79p
300 pairs men's pants worth up to 3 75 at. .1.49
600 pairs men's pants worth up to So, at . . 1.98
900 pair Boy's Knoo Pants worth up to 50o at lie
400 pair boy's knoo pants worth up to 75o at 19o
750 pair boy'.s knee pantsworlh up to SI at 20c
250 boy',3 suits worth up to $1.50 now 50o
400 boy's suits, worth up to S4, now 1.29
075 boy's suits, worth up'to So, now 1.98
1,500 dozen men's good 25c handkorohiofs, now
go at 3o.
1100 dozen mon'g good 25o socks, heavy, now 4c
90 dozen men's SI worksnirts, heavy, now 29o
115 dozen men's good 75o work shirts, hoavy,
400 dozen men's 60o shirts and drawers, heavy,
200 dozen men's St dross shirts, now 41o.
40 dozon mon's 30o dress bows, now 14c.
125 dozon mon's SI neokwear, now 39o.
90 dozen boys good 25o suspenders, now 4c. .
300 dozon men's good 2Eo suBpondors, now 9o.
350 dozen mon's 50o suspenders, now 14o.
600 Boavor, Cook of the Walk, and Woodmen,
$2, S3 and $4 hats, now 76o.
Thousands of yards of dress prints in blaok,
white and silvery grey and Indigo bluo qi-r
now' por yard V2
AmoBkeag apron ginghams, comfort calico, un
bleached muslin, bleached pillow oases, Au
rora shootings, Roohdalo shootings, railos and
miles of tho above domestic in bolts. Como
and pick them at this gigantic 'salo price.
Ladie's and children's handkorohiofs gigantic
sale price, lo.
Ladios' hemstitched handkorohiofs, worth 10c,
gigantio salo price 4o.
Ladios' embroidered handkerchiefs, positively
worth 15o, now 8o.
Fasoinators, hoods and shawls, 60o.
Ladies' skirts below cost 69c.
Red Seal ginghams and poronlos, 8o. .
Flannollotto and Outing.
LADIES' UNDERWEAR VostB, 18c; union
Blankets Speoial, 48o.
LADIES' SHOES. .
2,000 pairs very finest of tho fall season's
goods lace or button, all woights of soles, French
kid, Patent leather and Russian calf, etc. All
sizes and widths, worth 82.50 to S5.00. Como
and pick thorn for from S2.69 to 98o and laco,
Paris toes, patent tiptoian.
Ladies' fine S3.00 Vioi Kid. Shoes,
button and lace, Paris toes, patent
Baby Shoes, sizes 1 to 5, worth 50c, Gigan
tic Salo Price 21o.
Men's Single and Doublo Sole, Laco and
Congress Shoes, London cap, ox
tension soles. Every pair positively
guaranteed for good wear. Worth
$2.25 and $2. Como and piok them
in this Gigantio salo at
Men's Fine Dress Shoos, mado from
select box calf and vici kid, best
workmanship and finish, MoKay
sowed, every pair guaranteed inn
actually worth S3.50. This sale... 1.00
Wintor dress goods, white broad-cloth and all
Zibolino and Choviots at 38c.
44-inoh Brilliantine, all colors, 39c.
Danish oloth, 17o.
White goods as low as 2c
Indian Linon 4o and 8o.
Table Linen, best grades, 20o.
5 The opening day will be a glad day. Look Tor the Big Red Canvas Front. Don't Fail. Railroad Fares Paid Each and Every Customer who Purchase
2 ?25.M and Over: Sale Positively Opens at 9:00 O'clock, February 15, 1905. EXCURSIONS ON ALL RAILROADS. 3 ? rurcnases m
I M. (i. BOXLEY & SON I
5 Dry Goods and Clothing: Storeroom at Caddo, Ind. Ter.
a P. S. OUR GUARANTEE We assure each and every purohaaer absolute satisfaction. We guarantee overy garment, every price and ovory statement har
S made and wa will take baok, oxohango or refund the monty on any purohaso unsatisfactory for any reason whatsoever. ONE PRICE TO ALL "
The Durant Weekly News
attd Kitnfiity St&r, Both One Year fpr $1.00
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One Hundred Removal Restric
tion Applications Were Ro
turned App'ovod in
Muskogee, I. T., Fob. 10. Tho
Indian agent sUos that the ro
moval of restrictions is getting
under way at last, and that there
is a good deal of actiyi'y in tht
lino now. Few people aro aware
that tho avc agu is abut six or
seven per day. This is rpidly
All told (hero havo hi on 1,800
applications to havo the restric
tions removed. Thoo was a
tremendous rush at first, and
theso applications, too. wore
nearly all from incompetent In
dians who know very little al'out
what they wero doing. Then,
too, the maohinery was not in
operation and things moved very
8 owiy indeed. So groat was tho
number of applicants who wero
undoubtedly not qualified to
transact their own business that
tho secrotury of interior consid
ered for a long time the advisa
bility of turning down all appli
Orttions. iH ono timo thero wore
1,300 applic tins sent to the
secretary. Thoy wero all turned
l!wn and returned, That
chocked tho work of grafters who
were getting ignorant Indians to
make application lr havefthe re
strictions removed. f
The applicants imw are of the
better class of Indians. They
aro school leaohers, small mer
chants and of little Indian blood,
though the restrictions have been
removed from a good many full-
bloods who are will known to ho
competent to handlo their own
affairs. Tho agent thinks it will
be but a short time when the
average will be ten a day whose
applications will bo approved anil
from that time on it will be a
question of how rapidly the ap
plications oan be handled by the
ATOKA GETS NEW DEPOT.
New Katy Station and Eating House
to Cost $40,000.
Atoka, I. T., Fob. 10. J. O.
Jones, agent for tho Katy at th s
place, has reoeived approved
plans and specifications for the
ereotion of a new passenger sta
tion at this place. There will al
so be a Katy enting house in con
nection. Mr. Jones is advised
that $40,000 has boon appropri
ated for this wrk and that it
would commenoe not later than
The poultry show at Durant
this wook was a pronounced suc
cess. This is the beginning of a
series of poultry shows, which
will tend to raiso tho grade of
poultry raised in this country.
From the Durant News va learn
somo raro birds wero exhibitod.
The inclemont weather prevented
the Caddo folks from going down.
Party linos aro to ho drawn at
Atoka this year and the republi
cans will put out straight ticket .
The now light plant at Cadde
began operation last Wednesday,
and tho people up ther aro elated.
Capt. David Blaksnoy, aged)
seventy-sir and a pioaeen citixen
died Wednesday night at Matoy,
aad tka remains wera interred at