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&4 AS THE SANDS OF THE SEA t 1 r 1 IS IS j f J f f j 1! f I f 1 I JOT as numerous as the sands of the sea are the bargains to be found at our store this week, but more numer ous than will be found at any other dry goods store in North Texas or the Indian Territory, added to our great Mus lin Underwear Sale; so remarkable in values and unmistakable bar gains that you can not afford to let this oppor tunity escape you. Sale commences at our store to-morrow, Monday the 30th.' 10c. f 1! f 1! f i r r Ji f i dill lJS Cm you afford to wtslt ll.ne mUnj ibne prmttiu oflerrd l 10 Ctnti? Don'l Hurt thtte cutt. Comf and if tbt gooK So wtll done fnr to lillle montf ii marvel The Rifmenli iprik lot ihemitlvn. Lltitn 10 Ihem, " A triumph cf modern mduttrr. Take M mtnr garment! In thli anorlmtnt at you ih, ecept the aown. Only one to a cutlomtr. Lot 4 50c. These pictutngive but hint of the Ktet vilun offered it thi ule. Chancer lilce lhi ate teldom found. Tc your choice. m m they give but a faint L . idea or the many good y thing to be found at this S fyfe- i m If you have any doubt about creat value for little money, come and tee our froodt Only at ttm sale can you get to Rood value. Latest styles and shapes. If you fail to Supply yourself now, you won't cct another chance. Take a few while they last pRICES so low as to Jj make you wonder f how we can do it. Gar- ments, too, that are properly cut and made tof it. The workmanship it in detail is PERFECT. J Note the assortment. See the prices. Look at the illustrations; though i great Muslin Under lie wear Sale. Sale will continue one week. Come early and "J get choice from the entire assortment. I i j f 1! f 1 i i One Price M.fi DDEN, SYKES St OO. ARDMORE. IND. TER. Spot Cash &ig?i&to!&tt Sfofc tC S&ta fcfi: i&fc- xSfc XVZ XVX. "w- W WS? aS"?a?aa ?a W ' 1 c I W.C. KENDALL & GO, ! The uiust complete urocery t in tbe city- ! Phone No. 2. Summer Tourist Rstes. to Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michi gan. One faro plus 12.00. Dates of sale June 1, to Sep. 30, limit for return Oct. 31. A. W. DUNHAM, Agent, Santa Fe. To the Ladles. If you desire flrst-class, up-to-date dressmaking, It will pay you to call an us, at 31G Caddo street. MRS. HOPE, 27-lm MRS. ULOCKER. Notice. To thP Public: All drills, concerts, songs and speechps and every other species of entertainment for the ex Confederate reunion at this place. has been placed under the supervision of the committee on program by the general committee on arrangements. No parade, drill, music or song will be permitted on the reunion grounds unless by the permission of tho com mitteo on program, and no organiza tion will be allowed to enter the grounds as an organization, or al lowed to form on the grounds, unless tbe consent of the committee on pro gram has been obtained. ROBERT H. WEST, Chairman of Committee on Program. June 28, 1902. OOC-JO0H0000000000000 Benevolent Society Meeting. t Th Benevolent society will dp- t i I next Thursday at 3 o'clock for the Oplato habit cured in forty-eight hours. Painless euro guaranteed. No money paid until patients aro cured. Will bo at Westhoff Hotel, Ard more, I. T., for ten days, boglnning July 3, 1902. 24-10t J. W. HAMMONS, M. D. W. J. BROWN Undertaker WeBt Main St., Ardmore, I. T. 'Phone 142 for bus or baggage wagon. Meets all trains day and night 11-lin' LIGHT St THOMPSON. J Choale's Bach and Transfer Line ! T. E. Choate, Prop, Phone 74 Day or Nicht Ice, Ice, Ice. Ice for ale every day in the week at PORTER STAPLES. The Rod-Headed Grocpr. 29-3t Xhe Woodmen op the Would 1 will qive a grand picnic at ORR, I. T., on June 28. Ev erybody is invited to participate. rVWyWifVW Tbe latest fad ont in stocks for men and women, They are in tbe variagated colors and strictly np to date. Tbe new Initial Neckwear is now quite tbe race. Every thing new, dainty and hand some in Neckwear. Ties 10c a bunch to 3.00 each. ED RINGER. Km 1St t n Drugs.Wall Paper I Coleman Paints Oils o o 0yCKOOCHOXXOKOOOKXOOO T. H. Boone Is here from Purcell. J. V. Bennett is In the city (torn Graham. Albert Rennle of Pauls Valler l" in the city today. J. T. Blanton of Pauls Valley came down last night. J. W. Rlvett came up last night from Gainesville. John Uurko, tho contractor, from Madlll. Is In the city. Mrs. J. Moss Is quite sick at her home In northwest Ardmore. Tom B. Williams returned today from a business trip to Fort Worth. W. B. Alexander, former manager of the Banks hotel, went to Purcell today. Commissioner William Pfelffor of Purcell Is In the city today on legal business. Charles Ringer Is at home from a pleasant visit with bis mother at Longvlew, Tex. Ex-United States Commissioner Cornelius Hardy of Tishomingo is on our streets tods). judge M. L. Garrett came over from Tishomingo yesterday and was on our streets today. C. B. Bee returned from Dallas yes terday, where he has been several days attending court. Mrs. J. M. Golledge and children left this morning for Austin, Tex., where they will visit for several weeks. Julian G. Burney, with tho Chlcka saw town site commission, Is at home In the city for a visit of several weeks. Lee Gait returned to Chlckasha yes terday, where he has a big contract for stone work with the Rock Island people. A. S. Pulllam, who has been through the country east of here In search of suitable building stone for tho C, O. & G. shops, returned to the city yestorday. purpose of selecting a suitable lot for ' the hospital. All members of the so ciety, and also member of the va rious church societies, and others In terested In this question, are request ed to meet on that day. Tho question of a suitable location must be suttlod at onct. Remember we meet next Thursday at 3 o'clock with Mrs. A. C. Cruce. Respectfully, BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. J"-. Sells More Gigars than any two Houses in Town : Woodmen, Notice! Ardmore camp No. 33, W. O. W., Ib hereby called to meet In special son slon Tuesday night for the purpose of Initiating candidates and acting on applications. - JOHN N. MORGAN, C. C, ED SANDLIN, Clerk. Judge Townsend Is passing sent ence on prisoners convicted during this term of court, this afternoon. A 'full report will be given tomorrow. Attention, Republican Tuesday night, July 1, Is tbe regular meeting night of the Lincoln club. You are cordially Invited to attend. We are making a new roll. If you are not a member now, como and Join us. If you have not re-enrolled, come and do so. T. B. JOHNSON. ROY BRADFORD, President. Secretary. Old Settlers' Reunion Sulphur, 1,T July 14, 15m16 ROPING CONTEST $50 for the Quickest Time. BRONCHO BUSTING 25 to tbe BeBt Rider. For particulars u4dre8B J. W. HARPER, Mnnager Fair Grounds, Sulphur, Ind. Ter. There Is an error In this advertise ment, and the first person to find it and bring It to my store will be given free one pound of Chaso & Sanborn's coffee: Daniel Webster said the most In spiring words ever spoken to him came from a farmer, after his great est speech: "You never did your best yet!" This didn't mean that Webster was weak; It meant that ho had never used tho power that was In him. When wo criticise your coffee we don't mean that It Is weak. We mean that you aro not getting tho power that Is In coffee. You won't realize this until yrfu try a sin gle oup of Chaso & Sanborn's Seal Brand Coffee. Then you'll know this unused power. Sold only by Jake. PergonB leaving town for tho sum n'jr can havo tho Ardmorelto mailed to their address every day for only CO cents a month. Address can bo changed as often as notified. The paper will como to you every day, as a letter from home. Try It. WOOD BROS. DEN71STS. Electricity now supplies the old out of date foot power Dental' Engine. No pain now necessary in preparing teeth to be filled. Ev thing first-cIqb, Residence Phone 21G. Office Phone 201. ARDMORE, - IND. TER. Oat at KEEL & SON'S George Gallagher is putting In a sidetrack this morning for the C, O. & 0., which will be laid close to the freight depot. V. F. M. Society. Tho Woman's Foreign Mission so ciety of the Broadway M. E. church will meet with Mrs. J. M. Gross, Thursday at 3 o'clock. Please come promptly on tlmo, that wo may get through tho program on time. MRS. J. M. GROSS, Secretary. Tbe Old Iron Store. O. T. Tyler IvIanQcer. Have 500 full-blood In-I dians wishing to hold and allot lands. TMi la an ati of Speclallata. 01 J tlmo mcttaoda will do (or old time people, Mr proicreaalve method of elllni: Ileal Eatate and Ilnalneaa Opportunltlea la ap-to-dau. Mate a ipeclalty of making plat and f urnlahlnr correct numbera to laada. For particular ace J. E. ARNOLD. The Leon Hotel Parsed into new bands, thor oughly renovated, newly furnished throughout, nnd made tbe choic est boarding house in the city. Table board, per week$3 0O Board and lodging 3,50 Meals .25 E. M. Kimble, Prop. ARDMORE, I. T. The co-operative plan Is the only one by which a poor man can get a home. Call and have it explained to you by BEE & KIRBY. General Agents, Offices In Nobles Bros.' building. s s t t s s s t t : P. & F. Molasses Standard of the World We carry a fresh stock of it in all sizes at all times. TYLER &:SlMPSON, Wholesale Distributors.