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What is the difference, we'd like to know, between picking up dollars in the middle of the big road, or savins: them by buyin t your Dry (.oous right c the items we shall enumerate below are not our only attractions for this week. We shall" endeavor to reach you through a hundred different lines not alluded to. Come and let us prove it to you. EXTRA SPECIAL 1 lot Lace fortrjmming muslin underwear, pillow cases, etc., worth 5 to 10c a yd; this week only. ,3c Ladies' Oxfords Slippers," Etc. In calling your attention to our Shoe Department we do un hesitatingly affirm we carry the Largest and Most Complete stock of Ladies' and Children's Fine Foot Wear ever shown in the Indian Territory. Ladies' and Misses' Skirts Ladies' Wool Skirts, walking, Ladies' Silk Skirts, Taffeta Ladies' Silk Skirts, fenn do Roi .1 Ladies' Spanish Antique Silk Drop, at Ladies' All Over Net Skirt Ladies' Wash Skirts, at .7T.. $2 to $8 $7.50 up $8.50 and up $27.50 to $37.50 50c and up Individual Waist Patterns Ladies' Silk Petticoats 'i Dainty Colors, Fancy Ruffled, Plaited and Hemstitched. Geisha Waists The most Exclusive Line, Designing, etc., in fine all over tucked Paris Muslins, Lawns, Silk Tissue?, Hand Embroidered Linens aud Silk Gitgunms, shown oniv uv us nt from 1.00 to 5.00. Corsets 4 4 4 4 4 4 Leading brands of time proven makes we offer you now. The Warner Bros. Co. ? Thompson's Glove Fitting. j ; The ever popular II. & G. Brand. The American Lady and Model Form. The Koyal Worcester, etc., at popular prices. Ladies' Belts We have them in Gauze Satin Stripe, no two alike, only.i.. Crepe Meteors -. : Crepe de Chine . Lanf Rtrip"d Etnmines . Tuffetn Silk L ice Stripe figured.. IVnu Do Sevgne, renlly late Uitclnnere Taffetas. 27 inches wide, only.. L-ine nnd ribbon effect Etamines ... ...:....2.50 pat $3 50 pat $2.50 pat , ....$4 50 $3.75 !)0c yd $1 yd $4.50 New lot of Silks, Black Satin, Taffeta and Moire Belts with gilt, oxidized and silver buckles at 25c and up. , Splendid line of Elastic styles, also Morocco nnd Patent Leather at from 25c to $1.75. Straw Belts, several styles, absobntely the latest tor wash goods wear, 25 to 75c. Ladies' Summer Vests 1 lot, special, worth 12 1-2 nt 10c, 3 for 25c 1 lot silk taped bleached goods 2 for 25c 1 lot silk taped, lace ribbed, worth 25c at 20c 1 lot silk taped, mercerized, very flossy, only 25c 1 lot silk taped, black mercerized, 35c 1 lot silk toped, black mercerized, worth 75 only 50c Clothing Talks. The man who knows handsomely made clothing, who appreciates comfort and fit, who desires style at MODERATE COST, should call on VS when making his selection us we cnrry such n variety for you to choose from. It is the bem line we have ever gotten together. Our stock today repre sents the best things that can bo produced. For walking, for outing, for business, for dress for every occasion, to-wit: In stylish Black and Blue Black unfinished Worsteds, Fancy Worsted Casimers, Homo Sj.un or Cheviot, Granites, Serges, Flannels, Wool Crash, etc. Every garment perfect in fit, correct in every essentinl fenture and striitlv up to the hour. Mens' Furnishing;. Stetson Hats, Collars and Cuffs, HaweB Hats, Shirts and Ties, Bnckskin Felt Hats. Undorwenr. Call nnd see while stock is complete. Hosiery. Suspenders. Miscellaneous. New Veilings, New Glovos, Ribbons, Belt Novelties, Jewelry Specialties, Handkerchiefs, Hnir Ornaments, Hosiery, Baby Caps. Youths' and Juvenile Suits, Waists Shirts, Collars, Ties, lints and Cups swellest liue from, best known makers ever brought Territory. The to the EXTRA SPECIAL this week on all our Wash Silks, regular 50c values at only 25c per yard EXTRA SPECIAL 1 lot1 of 40 inch Ginghams, regular prices 12 and 15c. will close this 'week at only 10c per yard EXTRA SPECIAL 25 Doz. ladies' White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, all linen, at 10c each or 3 for 25c ONE PRICE. MADDEN, SYKES L CO. SPOT CASHJ 0 s 4 Ladies, we have Just received two nice bills of Picture Mouldings, one from Kansas City and one. from St. Louis. We now have by fur the lars ost. and prettiest line of Mouldings ever seen in our city; nlso a nice line of Picture Mats, etc. Call and. see our samples nnd you will be con vlnced that we are ui-todate. Very Respectfully, 30-3t T. C. DRIDGMAN. Phone Tils niy number, I am no Ion ger connected with White & Smith In the transfer business and will give every call my personal attention. 9tf T. B. CHOATE. Not One Penny's worth of old or out date goods iu my en tire stock. .. From this date throughout the season I will be receiving New Millinery I will endeavor to make it to your inter est to call at my store Mrs. McLaughlin Where is Her Boy? 'loday the WhUtlngton hotel receiv ed a letter from. Mrs. Sarah J. Davis, Coleman City, Texas, usking uhout the whoreaboutflAof her son Sum F. Davs. ' - . This makes the second of third let ter ; they have received from 'Mrs. Davis .Inquiring for her boy, and any one knowing anything about him or where he s, would confVr a favor on a heart-broken mother by letting her know, pr notifying the WhUtlngton hotel. PERSONAL. SELZ SHOES Selz Royal Blue $3 50 Shoes in all the latest toen, nt WESTHEIMER &. DAUBE'S. Leave. bus and carriage calls at City Livery stable, phono 27. Prompt nt tentlon. 11-lm. Stolfa, the tailor, is located next door to Luke's music store on West Main street See his line of new woolens. l-2t Had His Lea Re-Set.. V Dr. B. 13. Novell, of Wynnewood, who was thrown front" a horse twelve months ago aud hud the misfortune to get his leg broken, underwent an operation yesterday nnd had'tho limb reset. Stolfa, tho tnllor, Is in town. Re member him with your ordor. l-2t THE Opening was a success, and trfere are new goods and a new Opening every day at our store. mrs. m. e. wmm Wall Paper Paints and Oife ' Window Glass . 1 V T. N. COLEMAN M. E. (illmore is iu the city from Duncan. J. II. Dennett was in the city last night from (Iraham. Dr.- C. F. Sullivan Is in the city from Lone Grove. J. H. Akers was In the city today from Durwood. He will leave tomor row for Lawton to bid on a stock of goods that Ik to be sold to the highest bidder. Mr. and Mrs. Jo..n W. McCracken after a brief visit In the city, will re turn this afternoon to Fort Worth. Mr. McCracken says he Is of tho opin ion that Ardmore has a bright future before it and that he Is seriously con sidering the matter of making this tils headquarters. , .New Suits Filed. Three new suits were filed' yester day in the clerk's olilce, ull of which wore unlawful detainer suits, They are as follows: ' J. W. McCarloy vs. R. M. McCulloy. Marietta Mnssey ot al. vs. Paulina Huff. Wi H. H. Keltner et al. vs. Jamos Seinan. Tomato Plants. I have for sale a quantity of the celebrated Livingston Perfection, to mato plants, now ready to set out, tho proceeds from which are to bo applied to tho Ladles GulIJ o the Episcopal church. Call at my rooms over. Uonner & Bonner's, nt once. l-3t C. D. WORTIfAM. If you contemplate building sheds, barns or houses, it will pay you to take advantage of tho $l.r0 prlco on thoso cypress shingles at Laldlnv'b L, U. llundy, an old man 7C years of ago, died Sunday at this place, of old age. and was taken to Lono Grove for burial. Depot Grounds Settled. V, . Hurgess, resident engineer of the A. &.C., road .said this morning that he could say with perfect assu rance that, the A. & C, people would build their own depot dn their own right of way up In tho Frensley prop erty. A. P. Frlck he said, would bo through grading hjre n town In a week, and C6ntr'actor Ilennett was practically throuRh with his siv miles on tho east of ui. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Al announcements for City Officials in this column, must be accompani ed by the cash, $2.50. In other words. No Casn. No Announcement. For Mayor. The friends of R. W. Dick announce hi 111 as a candidate for tho ollico of Mayor, of tho city of Ardmoro at the April election. For Aldermen. The friends of C. McCoy hereby an nounce him as a candidate for Alder man'for tho First ward, at tho election in April. John Hoffman, Sr., announces as candidate for Alderman from tho First ward, nt tho approaching election on April 1. We aro authorized to announce J. 8. McCharcn as a candidate for Alder man from tho First ward at tho elec tion to bo hold April 1. Wo aro authorized to announco V. C. Kendall as a candidate for Aider man from tho Third ward ut tho elec tion to bo held April 1. We aro authorized to announce Dr. W. T. Gnrdner as a candidate for Alderman from tho Fourth ward at the April eloctlon. Tho friends of A. C. Young announco him as candidate for alderman from tho Fourth ward to Jill tho unexpired term of Mlko Gorman, resigned, elec tion to bo held April 1, Wo aro authorized to announco J. S. Mullen as candidate for re-election tlon to tho ollico of Aldorman from tho second ward. Election to bo hold April 1. Marietta Notes. Our Marietta correspondent writes that the town Is building, very fast, tho Santa Fe people aro to erect a new depot. There Is talk or nn oil mill for the town. Mrs. ). Stephenson Is reported better. Corn Is up nnd looking woll. Tho public school Iu doing nicely wth ' nn attendance- of about 30(1 pupils. Finhlng parties aro now In ordor. WorK i.a h.uk build Ings is progressing nicely. News very scarce. For fashionable dress making go to Mrs. C. R. Webb on 3rd ave. N. W. between C and D strectu. 17-lm Ladles, call In and see the Portrait Frames Rt S, S. Cole's. 30-3t Ready for You I have returned to Ardmore and optred uj a First Class Tailor Shop on West Main street, next door to E. B. Luke. Every piece of my superb stock of Woolens is just from the mar ket and all my old customers and everybody else are invit ed c.i 1 and inspect my goods. WARM PRICES will be made for a short time. Re member me when you are ready to place your order. J. J. STOLFA The Tailor. rjR.J.G.ABERNETHY Dentist Over T. N. Coleman's Drug Store. Barred Plpoth Rods Exclusively Hawkius & Miller Strain. fetWW 11 for 13 W. A. PAYNE House Moving -Sco ToLBUHT before lettinc your work. Has just received uew timbers. Inquire No, 120 Sixth Avenue, between Washington nnd A St., Northeast. Stone Mason Work. Estimates ot STONE MASON WORK and STONE OUT TING furnished at short notice. Leave or ders at Chickasaw Lumber Yard. M. J. WALSH, Contractor w i LEADER PKUMUElMTOn CO. PUR CELL, I.T. Leader Flour... absolutely the best Flour sold in the Indian Territory, If you are not using it, give it a trial.