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Thousands of garments are ready for your inspection and purchase at prices lower than ever before. Everything in this sale
entirely new and stylish. Observe the variety of garments. Notice the liberal sizes, the elegant finish and correctness of style.
The prices at which we offer them surely commend them to your consideration.
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Can you afford to t.-itle Hitu malting Ihfje gimenti .Hit red it lo Centi? Don't ttu Ihw cult. Come anJ ttt the r.txxK
Silk Ginghams at 35 to 50c yd
Linen Ginghams ..25 to 35c yd
Novelties, 20 to 35c yd
Novelties, 25 to 45c yd
Zephyr Ginghams, 8 to 10c yd
Checks, at 4c yd
So well done (nr 10 little tnonejr it a mttvtl.
The garment speak for tnermtlve. l.i'len u then,
Largest assortment of Book
fold Percals, both in Dress and
Shirting styles ever shown in
One lot Book-fold, ail new, 6c
One lot Book-fold, all new, 3c
One lot Book-fold, all new, 10c
One lot Book-fold, all new,12c
One lot Book-fold, all new, 15c
Table Linen and Napkins
Special Discount of 15 per ct
allowed during sale.
Boy's and Girl's Bicycle Hose
sell regularlv at 25c. During
this sale to close, at 15c st.
One Lot worth $1.25 for $1.00
One Lot worth $1.00 for 75c
One Lot worth 75c for 50c
A triumph nt modern industry. TaVe as many garment! ill thl assortment at you with, except the t!own Out? one to a cintomer.
Striking Line. All new
terns at 10 to 15c a yard.
These pictures cive but a hint of the great values offered at this sale. Chances lice this are seldom found. Take your choke.
Ladifts Fancy Hose in all the
new styles at from 25c to $1 pr
1 Lot "Special," worth 15 and
20c, to close during this sale
1 Lot 'Special, worth 8 to 24c
in this sale 5c.
If rou have any doubt about great value for little money, come and see our goods Only at this sale can you get 'o good value
Latest styles and shapes. If you fail to supply yourself now, you won't get another chance. Take a few while they last
One Lot Barber's Towels
at 40c per Dozen
One Lot Marseille Towels
worth 15c at 10c each
One Lot Marseille Towels
worth 20c at 15c each
All other lines proportionate
TtiisSale Begins Tomorrow, Monday, Jan. 27, at 9 O'clock: A. IVLSharp
space roruius luriuer enumeration 01 Special values wc biinii nave on bale, ... very truly,
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Miss Willie Webster left this morn
ing for Van Alstyne, Tex., where she
will visit relatives for the next thirty
Tho Order of American Plowmen
gave n box supper entertainment last
night in the Odd Fellows hall. Quite
a number attended and everyone had
a Jolly time. Tho music was furnished
by the Ravia cornet band.
who has been quite
sick lor several days, Is reported bet
ter. Tho llttfo child of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. 13. C. Tattun camo'un on this
n'ftornoon's train from Sho'rmaV to vis?
it her husband, who is engaged In
13. IL Scott is reported bettor today.
Loo Emerson from near Mannsvlllo
is lioro today.
Ernest Roborts has purchased tho
0. W. Petennan business at this
Miss Katlo Dougherty Is quite sick
Tho Enrl school gave a big supper
here last night for tho purpose of rais
ing money to purcnaso a boll. Tho
supper wns well attended by both
young and old.
Leslie WUUcrson is on the sick list.
Nalth Long's wife and daughter are
reported quite sick.
Wynnewoqd.t ' .:'
Chas. Haley, city marshal, was call
ed' from his homo nl.,4 o'clock this
morning to locate a, bajp of cotton
which was stolen front -tlio yard here
somo time last night.
I. A. Mitchell, tho Wynncwood cot
ton man, Is doing Ptircell today.
Wo wore blessed with a Bhower
early this morning.
A light shower fell here early this
A freight car ran Into a passenger
coach In tho yards hero Thursday
nlght.ysmashlng up tho coach consid
erably and koncklng four boxcars
from the track. No one was hurt.
( T.-W. Pool, tho cotton buyor, hag
returned ''from a business' trip lo'Lexv
Frost of Mill Creek Is here
'.an Williams is hero today selling
A light shower of rain fell here to
J. II. Klrby auu family went to
Dougherty today and will spend the
night there with Mr. Kirby's father.
Mr. J. S. Davis and daughter went
to Ardmore today and will spend Sun
day there with tho family of D. W.
Harry Klrby Is still very low.
There was a wedding over In tho
iDoard Bottom Wednesday night. Hill
Parish and Miss Cora Everett being
married there that night.
We bad qulto a nice time nt tho lit
orary Thursday night. Tho debate,
"Resolved, That tho Signs of tho
Times Denoto tho Downfall of This
Government," was decided in favor
of tho negative.
Tho danco at the residence of R. J.
Creel last night was woll attended.
There Is consiacrablo sickness In
our community at present.
Tho sandstorm last Monday came
near covering us.
Our school now has an attendance
Mrs. Wm. Wisdom Is very low and
It Is believed cannot live much Ion
nil! Johnson's littlo daughter,
aged C year'dimIast night and will
bo burled thls'a'ftcrrioonr 1
J. M. Robtierson has returned- from
tho Comanche country.
H. M. Brown and C, E. Craig and
wlfo left Thursday mornnlng for. a
ten days visit to relatives in Alabama.
Mr. Laughlin and famllylhave moved
hero trom Alabama.
J, W. Hannah went to Ardmore to
Miss Mabel Murphy, our school
teaclier, went to Ardmore today to vis
It Dr. and Mrs. Clonts.
J. T. Barnwell has beon quite sick
but Is reported as being somo what
Rumor Iibb it that there is to bo a
wedding In Overbrook soon.
Born, to R. N. Thompson and wife a
MONEY ORDER BUSINESS.
Shows What Ardmore Post Office is
Doing In That Line.
Postmaster Redlleld vory kindly fur
nishes us tho following Information
regarding the money order business
transacted In tho Ardmore post ofllco
during the past two years.
In 1900 the number of money orders
issued was 7340, representing in cash
In 1901 the number Issued was 8187,
representing In cash the sum of $G2,
308.23, being nn increase of 84 orders
over the previous year and an increase
in cnslj, over tho previous year of $10,-
During tho year 1900 Ardmore post
olllco paid 4527 money orders which
amounted to $42,237.51.
During tho year 1901 thero were
4CS9 orders -paid, which required caih
to the amount of $45,215.08 being an
Increase In orders of 1G2 over the p.
vlous year, and nn Increase of each
$2,984. 5 over tho samo time.
Theso figures show that our city has
a solid, Bteady growth.
SAYS IT WAS MURDER.
Rutherford Shot by Officers for
Carrying Off Dog.
.A. J. Jones of this city has Just re
turned from Deport, Tex., Just south
of Paris, and tells a horrible story of
how bis son-in-law was shot down by
a Paris officer, bocauso a dog followed
him from Paris toward his home.
Rutherford, Mr. Jones said, went to
Paris and when ho went to return
home, a dog followed him. Ho tried
several times, Mr. Jones says to
Irjvo the dog back, but lie would 'fol
Tho owner of tho dog thought tho
man Had stolen his dog, and ono Wm.
Short was deputized as an officer to
go nnd arrest tho man who had stolen
Rutherford was easily found, and
when asked about tho flog, told thj
omccr that ho did not steal tho dot;,
that thero he was, to tako him, for h j
did not want him. Tho officer was not
content with tho dog but wnntoJ
Rutherford, too. Ruthorford first told
him ho would go with him, but after
ward concluded he would not go back
with him, for ho had committed no of
fense to bo thus dragged to tho court.
Tho officer started to lay hands on
Rutherford, when tho latter started
off, passing under a wlro fence.
Ao he did eo Short caught hold of
his coat tall and Ruthorford slapped
his hand loose and got up, The officer,
perhaps thinking tlint Rutherford was
nbout o do him bodily hnrm, pulled
his pistol and shot him through tl.o
arm. Ho shot him a second time
through the, stomach, from which he
died in 28 hours.
Mr. Jones said tils son-in-law had nn
weapons .that ho did not try to hurt
the officer, and lie considers that he
Rutherford lived In tho Terltrry
somo six or seven years ago and Is
known by a host of peoplo who knov
him as a veterinary surgeon.
4 bars for 10c
h a n d-
Borao, sweet scented toilet sonp that
we picked up at a bargain. Worth
OcacakO. A hino -Tom Ifln
I'm: Siu Simon Co.
I have thirty pieces of goods, 3t,
yards length, suitable for skirts and
suits, 54 Inches wide. Tho remainder
of tho stock will he sold at 50 c on the
dollar. ED RINGER.
2C-2t Successor to Ringer Bros.
THE DISTRICT COURT.
That big stock of woolens purchased
from Ringer Bros., Is selling fast. Here
arc the prices that mako them mov;.
$7 pants for $G, $G pants for $5 and 05
pants tor $4. Suits as low as $20. Tho
prleo lias been lowered but tho goods
and tho workmanship remain the
same. W. H. BYRD.
2C-3t Tho leading Tailor.
Don't put too much of Laldlaw's coal
In your s'ovo at onco; It will mako
your room too warm. 2Ctf
Tho East SIdp Lumber company is
a favorite among peoplo who are buy
ing lumber. Their stock Is always ?e
liable and prices very reasonable. If
you aro not already ono of their cus
tomers get them to mako you prices
on your next hill. 2C-3t
FRALEV BROS., Manager.
A good business man always looks
closely after his insurance. Remem
ber wo represent tho best lluo of com
panies In America.
2C-3t Wolvorton & Son.
Mrs. L. T. Burotn, who has been
very 111 during the past week, was re
ported somewhat Improved yesterday
Little Business Done Yesterday
fus Blnyon to be Hung.
District court convened yestorduy
morning and after n small amount of
business adjourned until Monday morn
ing, when tho civil docket will bo tak
Tho attorneys of Brit Hardwlck, con
victed of larceny, made u motion for
a new trlnl, but tho same was over
ruled. A similar nu t n wan made In the
caso of Dick Ha 'l convicted of Inr
ceny, and was overruled.
Resolutions of respect for tho late
B, D. DavIdBon, an attorney of Chick'
nsha. who died Thursday, was read
nnd ordered sprea.l upon tho minuter.,
A motion was made tor a now trial
In tho ease of Rufus Blnyon, convicted
of murder. The samo was overruled,
lofoiidaut took exceptions, nnd wns al
lowed sixty days to file bill of same.
J ml go Townsend then passed sen
tence upon Rufus Blnyon, saying thai
on the 28th of March, 1902, he should
bo hanged by teh nccli until ho wns
dead, dead. ocad.
Court then adjourned until Monday
when tho civil docket will bo takon up.
About 20 dozen Mothers' Friend
waists for boys, nicely laundrloiT and
worth 75c. You can buy them now at
35 cents. (2C-21) ED RINOER.
See what bargains W. H. Byrd Is of
fering on tallor-mado suits and pants,
His prlcos aro lower than usual. 2G-3t
Ladles, come In and buy a pair nt
those fjne,-glpve,s for your husban,l3.
They aro Helling at actual cost.
2C-2t ED RINOER.
Tho recfin't heavy selling may have
broken our stock, but como around
It may be that wo have Just what you
2C-3t 13ast Sldo Lumber Co.
Henry A. Kembel, a well known bus
iness man of this city, now hns chnro
of tho lumber yard department at Frn-
Born, Saturday morning to Mr. and
Mrs. 0. T. Cathoy a 12-pound girl.
That now houso you aro building Is
not complete until you have Insurunco
policy on, It written by us.
26-3t Wolverton & Son.
Total Cotton Receipts.
Everybody Is Interested in Ard
more'a cotton receipts, and tho Ard
morelte Is enabled to givo it to you
this morning. Tho total receipts up to
date of cotton bought hero on wagons
and sold, is ns follows:
Ualt's cotton yard 9,270
Westlielmor & Duubo's yard... 9,891
Received at compress 11,208
Round bales (reduced to
Totnl balei rccolved 33,329
Yesterday tho following distinguish
ed guests arrived In tho city, their
presence being accounted for In meet
ing Bishop Calloway of Jackson. MIrk
who preaches at tho opera houso to
day, both mornln r and evening: Rcvh.
C. F. Roberts, El Reno, O. T.; X. J.
Worloy, 13. L. Massey, Wynnowood;
and W. S. Derrick of Lebanon,
TIIK prime feature upon which
fltn aimnnaa nr fntiiv-o nf tba
Pinno manufacturer depends is
The judges, the critics, the mu
sicians upon wnoso opiniou tho
reputation of a Piano so strongly
hancs, invariably prefer the relia
ble Busu & Qekts when compared
with other Pianos. .. I hare an
elegant stock of these excellent
Pianos and prices are very low.
E. B. LUKE
,W. Main St.,