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Spring Dress Goods
These Spring days your thoughts naturally turn to your Easter or Spring outfit. You desire nothing but up to date, stylish goods to enter into it. Our shelves and counters are overflowing with just this class of dependable goods. Nothing but the daintiest creations. Triumphs of both foreign and domesttc looms are Shown by us. $o radiant, some of them, they vie with the sun in its noonday splendor. Come now during this week and let us show you and inform you fully the correct fabrics and styles. Late Dress Fabrics Individual AAraist Patterns ft ,1. J. 4- Ladies' and Misses' Skirts Ladies' Wool Skirts, walking, . $2 to $jJ Ladies' Silk Skirts, Tuffeta 1 ... $7iG0up Ladies' Silk Skirts, Perm tie Soi $8.50 and up Ladies' Spanish Antique Silk Drop, nt $27.50 to $37.50 Ladies' All Over Net Skirt Ladies' Wasb Skirts, at. 50c and up Ladies' Oxfords, Slippers, Etc. In calliuc your attention to our Shoe Department we do unhesitatingly afllrui we carry the Largest and Most Com plete stock of Ladies aud Children's Pine Foot Wear ever shown in the Indian Territory. We shall not attempt to give prices, but during this week we shall close out a lot of 250 pairs at only 00c each, one pair to a customer. These are worth from $1 to $1.50 a pair and will uot last long at 50c, so come early if von expect your fit. Silk Ginghams Mercerized Ginghams. Zephyr Ginghams.'.'. A. P. C 'Ginghams Toilet Du Nml Ginghams . :jOYto 50c yd 20 to 30c yd Sc 10c 10c Do yd 20c toKJuc yd 50o yi 25c yd 25c yd 25c yd 25c yd 25c yd 25c to $1 yd 25o yd 35c yd )0e yd Extra Specials During this week's sale we ?hall offer one line of Zphyr Ginghams, worth regular, Kte, at only c yd. Kemeinber they are worth doub'e. Czutni Silks, all effects. Alexandria Silks Mirzi Satin Stripe, beautiful shades for waists- , Kobina Satin Stripe . . ... Brocade Tissue, all shades .. . Alonette L-ice Stripe, Mercerized . Point Do Bruxelles, very pretty, only . Toile De Soie Ettmnines Satin, striped and figured, at Eglantiue Grenadines . Grenadine Luteont Peau De Scygne Silk, the newesti all shades Paris Novelties. Voile, all shades, new. Patterns only. Beautiful Crepe de Chine. Crepe Meteor, new Liberty finish. , Satin Crepe Meteor, beautiful clinging. Black and White Point d'Kaprit. Grenadine Liberty Satin Stripe- ' . , Light Weight Woolens, all shades. Siik Mulls. . Wash Silks, all shades : Dotted Swisses. Dotted Muslins. Silk Mulls. Organdies, all shades. Dimities, all shades. India Linens, black aud white 5 to 40c yd Persian Lawns, black and white 20 to 5oc yd Piques, at 10 to 50t yd .35 2.50 pat $3 50 pat $2.50 pat ,-10cyd $4.50 ... $3.75 J0c yd $1 yd $1.50 We havo them in Gauze Saliu Stripe, no two alike, only. Crepo Meteors Crepe do Chine. , Lace striped Etamines ..... TufTota Silk Lace Stripe figured Peau Do Scygne, renHv late Cacbiuere TalTota, 27 inches wide, only. Lice aud ribbon cfTeot-Ktamines Dress Trimming For u" to attempt a description of tho variety, beauty and inagnificeucs of this line would be absurd. Suffice to say, we are prepared to trim to please tho taste of tho most exacting and fastidious. We have all tho new effects. Brocades, Pearls, Passimentysi Meddalions, Silk aud Jets, Galloons, etc. Wash Dress Goods ' Never beforo have wo handled such a beautiful liuo of these goods. You will bo delighted with them. Don't fail to inspect them during this week. Ladies' Fancy Hose Wo havo beautiful Hues worth 25c to $1 a pair in figured aud lace effects. Laces and Embroideries Tni line also verv pnmplete and will interest vnu MADDEN, 5YKES & CO. ONE PRICE. ARDMORE, I. T. SPOT OASM. HOW IS THIS? $1.00 20 lbs. granulated sugar 4 packages Bodn -J Fine O. P. Tea per lb -25 Unking Powder 25e size 15 7 packages Pearllne 25 White Swan pens 1" Canned Peas 10 Extracts at less than cost fancy bot tled goods cut to the red. Chlllo Snuce, per bottle Olives, per bottle 35c to Yucatan Sauce, per bottle... Royal ltadlsh, per bottle Indian Relish Devils Hot Feed at the lowest possible prices Thoy Must Go. Will keep sugar, coffee, meat, lard, feed and other staple goods at cat prices until ray fancy goods are all sold. SPOT CASH FULL WEIOHT. S. E. JENKINS. .l.r. .15 .15 .25 .25 Tho ladies of the Central Baptist church will give a sock Boclal nex'. Tuesday at tho home or Mrs, S. M. Tor bett C-4t The II. Y. I'. U. of the First Hap tlst church will give a social on next Thursday evening, March 13, at th home of Mrs. M. I.. Garrett, In the Mc I.isli ndltlon. Let those desirous of as sisting in a good work come and n Joy the occasion. EMBROIDERY Bargains in Embroideries in Hamburgs, Nainsooks and Swisses in match sets at dry weather prices nt. WESTHEIMER 4 DAUBE'S. PRISONERS FROM RYAN. The Ladles Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. HIeakinore, Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. H. E. .FOSTEH. Pros. Mrs. T. Y. iMOKGAN, So Phone 7 catches the old reliable transfer man, T. U. Choate, day o night. Ptf Don't foget the sock social at tho residence of Mrs. Torbett next Tues day, C-it Go to COLD STORAGE MARKET for Well cured Beef Pork Sausage Salt Merts Chickens Turkeys Quails Fish foysters Fresh Vegetables Pickled Pigs Feet Pickled Tongne Pressed Pigs Feet Mince Meat Sauer Kraut Chow Chow Cheese Butter Lard Mackerel Whitefish Codfish Hallibut Sardines Canned Oysters Celery If.. and everything to be found in a modern first-class market. 1 J. M. TENNERY & GO. Wholesale and Retail. . , Salads -Olives HI ft Wall Paper Paints and Oils Window Glass T. N. COLEMAN Two of Them Charged With Stealing in Fifteen Counts. Yesterday morning Deputy J. M, Stephens of Duncan, and Olllce Deputy F. O. Schneider of Ardmore, brought In six prisoners fiom Ilynn. Hud True, charged with horse theft was bound over in the sum of $7G0; committed to Jail. John Homier and J. H. l.angham, fach were indicted fifteen times for stealing In and around Duncan. Their bond was put at $300 In each case, making their bond $7,500 each. Com mltted to jail. Will Owens pleaded guilty to petit larceny before Judge Townsend and received a sentence of IK) days In Jail and $M fine. It. E. Huckaby, DoLny and Charloy I'lute, charged with Introducing and selling, pleaded guilty and received -. sentence of ! months In Jail and a fine of $2G0 each. For sawed Posts, Oak or Walnut, go to tho Lumber Yard of 7-10t C. P. VAN DENI1EHG. L. It. Marston and J. Rath from Cle burne, Texas, who havo been In tho city tho past five months, havo decid ed to permanently located hero. They aro brick and stone contractors nnd Imlidors. Those gentlemen foresee the vast amount of building that will be done hero and nro preparing to do their part of It. EMBROIDERY liai trains in Embroideries and llamburcs, Nainsooks aud Swisses in match sets at dry weather prices nt j . ' I WESTHEIMER &. DAUBE'S. t I. Ualloy aip! Chas. Zubor, two staunch Texans,. have established a furniture repair shop on North' Caddo street. Mr. Halloy formerly lived hero and his friends will be glad to learn or his return. Theso gentlomen have begun business right by placing their card In tho Ardmorelte. Woman's Guild Meeting. Tho Guild of St. Plilllp'8 church will meet with Mrs. C. L. Ilynos, Wost Main street, Tuesday afternoon at o'clock. Miss HEULAII GUEISN. , Secretary. If you want a picture framed and a suitable-mat for it, call at McFarland & Taliaferro's. They carry tho lar gest stock of mouldings in Ardmore. Mm C OOOOOO O O OOOOOO O O O 0 oooooo p rn nwrn j k Mrs. Dlggs, who Imp been very Is reported soim better. Our presiding elder, Hev. Ilunkapll Jar prearxhed an excellent sermon here .ooooooooooooooooooooooooi yesterday. All were favorable impres Tishomingo. :ed with the new older. E. Everyone lias gone out today to see the Choctaw. The track layers aro now within three miles of town. They are delayed at Sundy awaiting tho completion of a cluvert. Thoy will reach here tomorrow or Wednesday. Several from Madlll were over yes terday. Mr. Meachen from Sterrett Is hero prepurlng to put in a $600 stock of drug'. W. C. nudlslll and Dr. Hetlln return ed last night from Ardmore. Mrs. Will Hennle Is reported very sick. Comanche. Comanche Is to have a now hank. It will be known as the Farmers Ex change Hank. Ed it. Hruco, a well known young attorney ntpresont City Attorney of Hush Springs, will bo pres ident. Chas. W. Cox of this place will bo vice president. The cashier will, be Chas. E. Woodruff of nomo, Ga. Waltor F. nolt from Wichita, Kansas, will bo assistant cashior. Tho latter will have excctitlvo charge of tho bank. Mr. Holt was formerly private secre tary dlvlRiou superintendent of the A. T. & S. F., railway. Although a young man he has had oxtenslve ox erionco and there is no doubt but the new bank will do a healthy buslnoss under him. Duncan. CltUons of Duncan havo formed a company nnd will Incorporate for the purposo of putting in an electric light and ice plant. The. capital stock of tho company will bo $5000t ' Cumberland. Tim: F. Johnson, clork of the Chick--nsftw' TowiVplto commission, Is hero checking up tho vacant lots, prepara tory to selling same Mr Newman and wife visited frlonds at Finch Saturday and Sunday. Hev. Gage filled his regular appoint ment hero yesterday and last night, Cumberland morchants did an un usual business Saturday. J. M. Gwlnn and Mr. Hnrndon mado a business trip to Madill today. Hen nurtioy is Improving somo. Dr. Dean was called to Heo today to fro Frank Thompson. Miss Eva lllghtowor of Dnrant and Dr Jackson and wlfo of Linn aro the guests of tho family of C. H. Deer. Emet. if W J Mllhurn went to Darant today til. business. Provence. Dr. Hathaway and wlfo aro both on tho sick list. Mm. Avnnts, who lias been finite sick for mine tlmo with pneumonia, died here yenleiday morning ami was hurled at Durwood today. Durwood. Little Louis McLaughlin accidental ly shot himself In the foot yesterday with a 22 target gun. Hob Ulggs Ih moving today to tho railroad camp near Ardmore. Nelson Justls from Omaha, Neb., Is here visiting his brother, D. II. Justls, who Is division engineer of tho Choc taw. Mrs. Avants, who died near Provenrti yesterday, was burled here today. Tho deceased was a sister of Mrs. McLaugh If ii of this place. Earl. Ilorn to Mr. and Mrs. Will Sims this morning n son. , Thackervllle. Dr. J. F. Young of Ardmore preach ed horn yostorday and last night. Dr. ClountB of Ardmore Is bore. Chas. Monkros and Conrad Matthews wont to nob today on a hunt. Ed C. Diiston of San Antonio, Tex., Is here working up the culture of water melons. Marietta. J. C, Washington yesterday shipped thirteen head of very fine cattle to the cattle show at Fort Worth. Mr, Stout of Ilurnoyvlllo Is here today. DYNAMITE EXPLOSIONS. One Thousand Pounds Shot off Last Night by A. &. C Last night about bed time the ileiil ens of Ardmore were awakened by loud reports which cmanntcd from the A. & C, right of way whore tho. Frensley property is. An Ardmorclto reporter saw Con tractor Frlck this morning nnd was told that a considerable amount of sand stono underlies the earth In that Immediate section ,and It became nec essary to blaft it up. One t. usand pounds of giant pow der or c inuilto was exploded thqro last night, In seventy-live different charges .A great amount of this rock was broken up in consequence. . .Mr. Frlck said that he would bo through with his contract and bo ready to loavo Ardmore by tho first or next mouth. It Is thought that the A. & C. people will commence laying trnck hero In n month rrom now. If they hope to do nnythlng Jlko that we will ndvlso them to order tliejr englno now. Ardmoreite I Want Ads are Business Bringers $25 Reward, Look out for a black horse. 8 years old, 15'i hands high, branded hair cir cle 'A on loft shotildor, stolen Thursday iiiKiu, .uurcn o, irom lour runes norm- 4..j...i..j.-4. east or Arumore on tho uook Crossing road I will pay $2."i reward for tho re turn or the horse to mo. J. S. HENTLEY, 7d&w-lm . Ardmore, I, T. Daughters of Confederacy. Chickasaw Chaptor U. D. C, will moot on Wednesday afternoon, nt 3:30 o'clock with Mis. Jonas Damn, .on Car ter Avenue, , MIIS. W. T. NIXON. Sec. Everyono Is Invited to tho oyster supper to bo given at Hargrove Col- lego on Monday night, March 10. Let all come. Red Cross Tansy Pills The Ladits' FOR Suppressed Manatruattsn PAINFUL Menstruitlen AndaPRCVEOTIVOtof riMAix r IRJtXGULAKITIES. Aro Ste and Reliable. Ftf" reifwllr llarmltu Purely Vege table! Never falU PRICE $1.00 Sent pot I paid oo receipt of price. Wooer refunded If not a lay. tiaiplfPatioOAHitannt, 4 s-zt vin de Cinchona Co., Moines, Iowa.