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1;. '1 i 1 1 one prce BURTONPEEL DRV GOODS CO. j spot cash g 4 4? 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 QHTfP? TSJlTVQ TNFi'P'Y Perhaps the most interesting news in today's paper from a money saving standpoint i I vJ r JC lNL-fWiJ iiiLluA-" will be found in this advertisement. It is bristling with information about seasonable merchandise, and sparkling with attractive price magnets. Every statement made in it is bona fide. You can rely on our printed promise it is our bond to perform. We court comparison, and with absolute confidence in our position. We point with pride to the watchword of this store: Satisfaction Always, not an article advertised that does not represent a sharp saving--Not a thing misrepresented One price to all Always. FOFR THE CZCZDMCirS W iTTEMS CD)F" lTi x 50 pieces Printed Dimities, in bcniitiful, rich pat terns, well worth a nickel the yard, our iXn price . . . 2 Extra quality Altncria Batiste, soft, dainty pat tern's, a very smooth fabric, well worth 8V6c; our price . 20 pieces Limerick Dimities, very sheer quality, beautiful patterns; this grade has always in wrought a dime the yard; our price . . 50 pieces, yard wide Percales, well worth SVfi the yard; our price 20 pieces plain and printed ISgyptian Tissues; beautiful embroidered Swisses; goods that have been selling for 00 to 75 cents the yard; Cfr now . . 10 pieces beautiful Foulards in dainty, rich coloring; worth 35 and -10 cents; our spe- cial price . LvL 25 pieces yard wide Ginghams, in beautiful checks and stripes; worth in any store 12V cents per yard; our price 25 pieces new printed Batiste, white ground with black stripe and figures, and as handsome a line of colored printings as was ever seen; also a pretty line of new bordered Batiste 4 Cr 4 A and linen effects; only . . . 1 0C IUC 10 pieces English Denims, new shades, at the special price of for skirts, in the 15c I2ic 10c 50 pieces Scotia Gingham; a good scrvicable fabric, suitable for shirts, waists, etc.; worth St, cents; our price Commencement days are not so faraway. Timely preparation means much. In Anticipating your wants we collected a stock of White Goods that has no cqucl 84-c 5c well 9c 7c -10 inch white Lawn, a sheer quality, worth 1 2 j cents, we offer it this week only . . 32 inch, sheer quality, Indian Linen, worth 10 cents, the yard . A beautiful line of fancy white Lawns in lace, JiS5S',ccS;-COB!Md. 10c 15c 20c 25c Beautiful line of white Pique; in all Af en tile new designs . . lut JUI Beautiful line of check Nainsook i A-, Or Cr at these prices cannot be equaled, 1" JL 30 and 72 inch white Organdies, very sheer and dainty qualities; our special price CrQf 'JZ per yard IdL $l,id "Ladies vests; silk taped neck and arms; Richelieu ribbed; excellent values at the (JA 1fZr HZr JUt tltl waists, in $1 to $2 Just received a beautiful line of '18 inch black Net in linen and silk; our (J 4 Q 4 tf 4 special price . Mpi.)pi.li) $1.50 price of Beautiful line of the new Gibson white and colors; worth more tljan we ask for them Ladies' all wool cloth skirts, worth .$2.50; our price Beautiful line of babies' and misses' Caps and Hats at a very low price; also a pretty line of children's fancy Parasols. Anything you want in ladies' or children's fancy, plain' dropstitched or lace effects 4 r (n in hosiery; price . . . IDC pZUU A handsome line of black net Skirts, handsome ly trimmed with jube niching, satin squares and ribbons, a bargain at $12.50; our spe- M A cial price . pIU special price SPECIAL SALE of MUSLIN UNDERWEAR this week. Undxubtedly thePRETTIEST and BEST MADE GARMENTS ever shown In Ardmore. SeeDliplay In show window, n our NOTION DEPARTMENT you will find all the little necessary fixings wanted, such as RIBBONS, SILK and KID GLOVES of every shade. Handkerchiefs, Belts, Buckles, Ornaments and etc. Dress Goods Special. $0 Dress Patterns; the new Gaze de Soie effects. These goods have been very much sought after this season; reduced to Men's Underwear. Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers in stripes and solid colors; our price Dress Goods Special, $7.50 Dress patterns in the new Etamine stripes; all shades; lovely goods; reduced jjj Shoe Department. The new Bostonian shoes for men in all the new makes, styles, Vici, Patent Leather, O Cft W Box Calf, etc. . . $0' W In our ladies' and children's department you will find anything wanted; any make; any shape; style, color and -quality; you will wonder at the prices compared to what you have to pay elsewhere. $7.50 s"ccial. 25c to $1.50 one Renumber, Satisfaction Always south PRICE SIDE spot BURTON-PEEL DRY GOODS r N CASh Phone IQ5 COMPANY Phnne 105 Spring Clothing. The man who knows handsome made clothing; who appreciates comfort and fit; who wants style at moderate cost, cannot afford to miss our store when making a selection. There is such a variety here to choose from that you will wonder why so many styles are represented. But our trade is growing and with it must our stock grow in size and assortment. No matter what your size, we can fit you. Straw Hats. All the latest in men's Straw ip jA Hats; the new shapes . OuC to pZDU I to to to I to to to to to to to to to h h to to to to to to to to to to h to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to 'X to to to to to to to to to RUSH SPRINGS. Special Correspondence. Itush Sprlnss. I. T April 22. Tho health of our town la good at pres ent. We havo had plenty o rain for a good season. Farmers aro busy planting cotton. Corn is not doing very, well, owing to cool weather. Our cattlemen aro glad to see grass coming so nicely, and cattle doing so well. C. C. Peffor has arrived from a trip to Missouri. Ho reports a nice time. Thcro was a large crowd at the depot today to see tho old soldlcn take tho train for DallaB, whoro they will enjoy a good time at tho reunion. Mr. Hugh, our mayor, and L. W. Stogor, our marshal, havo both re signed. Tho council appointed J. J. Bailey as marshal. An election will bo hold on Saturday, April 2b, for the purpose of electing a new mayor, There aro four candidates out for the office W. T. Hopper, J. H. Leo, Win. Shry and L. W. Steger. J. W. Duko loaves tomorrow for Ok lahoma City, where ho has accepted a .position on tho bus and transfer lino LETTER LIST. Her Son's Life Saved by Chamber Iain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrahoca Remedy. "A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamubrlrtln'a colic, cholera ana diar rhoea Remedy when my Bon was suf fering with sovero cramps and was given up as beyond hopo by my regular physician, who stands high In his pro fession. After administering three doses of It. my son regained conscious ness nnd recovered entirely within twenty-four hours," says Mrs. Mary Haller. of Mt. Crawford, Va.. This Item edy, is for salo by City Drug Store and P. J. IlaniBoy. Those girls who lovo flowers with savago intensity havo a lot to learn. Many people suffer untold torture from piles, becauso of tho popular Impression that thoy cannot bo cured. TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENT will euro them. It has mot with absolute success. Price 50 cents In bottles; tubes, 75 cents. W. D Frame, City Drug Store. Tho man who laughs at, his own Jokes doesn't always And that the world laughs with him. List of unclaimed lottcrs at the Ardmoro postomce, April 22, 1902: . Ladles. Cook, Maggie. Hardy. Amanda I. ifolman Ada. Moore, Ethel. Purkins, Porsllla rtodgerB, Jennie. Ross, Ruth. Short. Llllle. Sims, Nettle. Smith, Clara. Vaughn, Rebecca (2). Gentlemen. Anderson, J. E. Andrews, C A. Brawn, Earnost. Brown, W. M. Beard, Jim. Bly, Clyde. Catcs, S. H. Clark, L. N. Cummingc, J.f Davis, Henry. Denson, W. Earl, J. N. (2). Graham, C. J. , Hamersley, J. S Hays,. Benson. Haygood, Dr. W, Harris, Hy. T. Haralson, Ix)yd. Hopkluii, Silvester. Hodge, W. H. Kelly, Tom. Klrkllng, William Henry (2) Lynch, Sholton. """" Mclvochy, Bob. McLain, H. H. Mooro, John D. Y k Morrcll, C. E Newborry, Cyrus. Nelson, Jolin.i-. Parks, GoqrgoM. (3). PuBkychummy. Retchet, Leo. Stubberflold, Dave. Stenson, Bend. Taylor, Robt. Williams, E. A. Watklns, Robort. Weddlo, Dard. Wright, Jack. Young, Willis. In calling for tho above letters, please say advortlsod. D. REDFIELD, . . ' ' Postmaster. Pneumonia Is Robbed of Its Terrors By Foloy's Honey and Tar.' It stopB tho racking cough and heals and strengthens the lungs. If taken in time, It will prevent an attack of pneumonia. Refuse substitutes. Bon nor ft Bonner. Warning Order. In tho United States Commissioner's Court, Southern District, Indian Territory, at Ardmore: Joo F. Roblson (plaintiff) vs. H. D. Reynolds (defendant); No. 3731; Warning Order: The defendant, H. D. Roynolds Is warned to appear In this court within thirty days nnd answer to the com plaint of the plaintiff, Joo F. Robl son. Witness: T. N. Robnett. United States Commissioner, Southern Dis trict, Indian Territory, at Ardmore, T., this April 19, 1902. SAM H. BUTLER, Attorney for Plaintiff. M. F. WINFREY, Attorney for Non-Resident. T. N. ROBNETT, United States Commissioner. (First published April 20, 1902.) E. Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough. Mrs. Ellen Harllson of 300 Park av enue, Kansas City, Mo., writes as fol lows: "Our two children had a se vero attack of whooping cough, one of them In the paroxysm of coughing would often faint and bleed at the noso. Wo tried everything wo heard of without getting relief. Wo then called In our family doctor, who pre scribed Foloy's Honey and Tar. With the very first doso they began to Im prove, and we feel that It has saved their lives." Refuse substitutes. Bonner & Bonner. Notice In Bankruptcy. In the matter of John Attaway, bank rupt; In bankruptcy: To tho Hon. Hosoa Townsend, judge of the district court of tho Uni ted States, for the Southern district, of Ardmoro, in tho Chickasaw nation, Indian Territory, in said district, re spectfully represents that on the 7th of November, last past, ho was duly adjudged bankrupt under the acts of congress relating to bankruptcy; that he has duly surrenderor all Mi piop erty and rights of property, nnd has fully complied with all tho require ments of said acts and of tho orders of tho court touching his bankruptcy. Wherefore, ho prays that ho may bo decreed by tho court to have a full discharge from all dobts provable against his estate under said bank rupt acts, except such debts as aro ex cepted by law from such discbarge. Dated this 11th day of April, A. D. 1902. JOHN ATTAWAY, H. H. BUOWN, Bankrupt. Attorney. Tho ono person In tho world who can always make an oponlug for n good man Is the gravo digger. A Chattanooga Druggist's Statement, Robert J. MUlor, proprietor of tho Reed Houso drug store, of Chattanoo ga, Tenn writes: "There Is more merit in Foley's Honoy and Tar than In any other cough syrup, Tho calls for It multiply wonderfully, and we soil more of It than all other cough syrups conjoined." nonnor & Bonner, When you prepare and make Ico cream at home, you know you havo something good. And It's no trouble to make It with ono of our .Ice Cream Freezers. 8PRAGINS ft CO. Licensed to Wed. J. B. Harris and Lllllo Home, both of Eastman. - Arthur J. Hartshorn and Jesslo Sanders, Ardmore. Petor Mullady of Dubuque, la., and viola Sanders, Ardmore. .The last two couples were married by Deputy McCoy last night. At the Jail. Charles Merlck", arrested for Intro duclng and selling liquor, by Deputy McLemore, waB placed in Jail and later released, Rlloy McKinney, one of tho parties arrested for gaming, was roleaced by tho commissioner, Warning Order. In tho United States Court, In the Indian Territory, Southern Dis trict; A. P. Butler, plaintiff, vs. Bertha Butler, defendant; No. 4934: Tho defendant, Bertha Butler, is warned to appear In this court in 30 days and answer to the complaint of the plaintiff, A. P. Butler. Witness: Hon. Hosca Townsend, Judge, this 14th day of April, 1902. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL, S. II. BUTLER, Clerk. Attorney. W. T. NIXON, Attorney for Non-Resldeut. First published April 15, 1902. Southern District, Indian Territory, ss.: On this 4th day of April, A. D. 1902, on reading tho foregoing petition, It Is Ordered by tho court that a hearing be had on the same on the 3 3th day of May, 1902, beforo said court, at Ardmoro, at 9 o'clock in tho fore noon; and that notice thereof bo pub Halted In' the Ardmorelto, a nowspa per printed In said district, and that all known creditors and other persons In interest may appear at tho said time and place nnd show cause, if any they have, why tho prayer of tho said petitioner should nqt be granted. And It is further ordorcd by tho court that tho clerk shall send by mall to all known creditors copies of said petition and this ordor, addressed to them at their places of residence, as stated, Witness tho Hon. Hosca Townsend, Judge of tho said court, and tho seal thereof, at Pauls Volley, in said dis trict, on tho 11th day of April, A. D. 1902. HQSBA TOWNSEND, Judge. First published April 13, 1902. Warning Order. In tho United States Court In the Indian Territory, Southern District; J. K. Elledge, plaintiff, vs. M. C. El ledge, defendant; No. C186: Tho defendant, M. C. Elledge, Is warned to appoar In this court In thirty days and answor to tho com plaint of tho plaintiff, J. K. Elledge. Wltnosss Hon. Hosoa Townsend, Judge, this 14th day of April, 1902, (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL, v Clerk. J. P. MULLEN, Attorney. J. H. MATHERS. . Attorney for Non-Resident. First published April 14, 1902. Notice In Bankruptcy. In tho United States Court for tho Southern District of the Indian Tor rltory, at Pauls Valley, I. T., beforo Hon. Hosca Townsend, Judge: In the matter of J. S. Blasdel, bank rupt. To tho Hon. Hosca Townsend, Judgo of tho Southern district of the Indian Territory, J. S. BlaBdol of Ada, In tho Southern district of tho Indian Territory, respectfully represents that on the 4th day of October, last past, ha was duly adjudged a bank rupt, under tho acts of congress re lating to bankruptcy; that he has duly surrendered all bis property and rights of property, and has fully com plied with all the requirements of said act, and of tho orders of the court touching his bankruptcy. Wherefore, ho prays that he may bo decreed by tho court to have a fuU discharge from all his debts provable against his estate under said bank: rupt acts, except such dobts as art excoptcd by law from such dis charge. Dated this 25th day of November, A. D. 1901. J. S. BLASDEL, Bankrupt It Is no fake. Wo have as good Screen Doors as were ever on the market; 2-CxC-6 or 2-8x6-8xlH green door goes tomorrow at CO cents, no credit, no tickets, nothing but cash goes in this sale. 22-2t LAIDLAW LUMBER CO. Bankruptcy Notice. In the United States Court In tho Southorn District of tho Indian Tor rltory, at Purcell: NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In tho matter of the (inn of Geo, F. Jones & Co., bankrupts; In bank ruptcy: To the creditors of Geo. F. Jonea & Co., bankrupt: Notico la hereby given that on tho 15th day of April, 1902, tho said Geo. F. Jones & Co., a co-partnership, was adjudged bank rupt, and that tho first meeting of tho creditors of tho said bankrupt will bo hold at the undersigned ref eree's office, In Purcell, I. T on tho 30th day of April, 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m., at which time tho creditors of oald bankrupt should attend, prove tholr claims, appoint a trustee exam Ino tho bankrupt and transact such other business as may come beforo said meeting, ' GEO. M, MILLER, Roforee in Bankruptcy. (First published April 1$, 1902.) Foley's Honey mna Tar cures colds, prevents pneumoal. In tho United States Court for thu Southern District of tho Indian Territory, at Pauls Valley: In tho matter of J. S. Blasdel, bank rupt; In bankruptcy. No. 49. Order of Notice. On this 8th day of April, 1902, on reading of tho foregoing petition, it la Ordorcd by tho court that a hear Ing bo had upon tho same on the 29th day of April, 1902, beforo said court at Pauls Valley, in tho said district, at 10 o'clock In tho fore noon; and that notico thereof bo pub lished In tho Ardmorelto, a newspa per printed In said district, and that all known creditors and other persona In Interest may appear at said time and placo and show cuubo, If any they have, why tho prayer of said petition er should not be granted. And It is further ordered by the court that tho clerk shall send by mall to all known creditors copies of said petition, and this order, addressed to them at their plac.es of residence, as stated. Witness tho Hon. Hosea Townsend, judgo of tho said court, and the seal thereof, at Pauls Valley, In said dls trlct, on tho 8th day of April, 1902. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL, By J. T. FLEMING, Clerk. Deputy Clerk, First published April 9, 1903.