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MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SALE
r 'y w IS 1 I J I r f j I 1! f J i f 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 continues at our store to-morrow, Monday the 7th. n m ?$&WtS 7?VS W W -VAV y?Ay ??S5-VAV W VA' f f 1! f f 1! I f i J Cn tu afford lo "ratte time miking thne prnitnlt ofltrrd t 10 CcnU Don't tniH these tuti. Come awl the pN It V & cw So wrll done (or o little raoner ll a minrcL The garment! tpetk for themwlvei, Utten lo them. A tilumph nf modern Industtr. Take u manr cmtnlt I" tlll argument at yon with, encept the bowiw. Only one tn fimwifr, These plcturet give but i hint of the grtit TtlneTogertd t thU ule. Chance! liVe this re teldom (ound. Tut i ' ' If vou have'anr doubt about great value (or little' money, come tnd tee our goods Only at thit ule tin you get to good J..r. i 1 I J I j i y y y 1! Lot 6 $1.00. pRICES so low as to make you wonder how we can do it. Gar- iSfc' ments, too, that are J properly cut and made to fit. The workmanship Jj in detail is PERFECT, f Note the assortment, See the prices. Look at the illustrations; though they give but a faint idea of the many good thing to be found atthis J great iviusiin Under- 1 ? wear Sale, Jj Sale will continue one Lalcit styles and lhapes. I( you (ail to supply yourwU noxr, you won't get another chance Take a Ten !..lr thtv ijh y y week from Monday, July the 7th, nineteen hundred and two. y y One Price MADDEN, SYKES St OO. ARDMORE, IND. TER. Spot Cash If $i6W6 f 77S ?Ay 7A5 "fif -W-W sS-WAy w-rAy-V?STATAy-AT ?Ay:,A:rAX-7?S A W W I W, G, KENDALL & GO. The most complete grocery in the city. Phone No. 2. Summer TourUt Rates, to Mlnnosotii, AVisconsln and Michi gan. Ono faro plus $2.00. Dates of sale Juno 1, to Sep. 30, limit for return Oct. 31. A. W. DUNHAM, Agent, Santa Fo. First Baptist Church. Wednesday night, July 9, Is tho timo Bet apart to call a pastor, and to sot timo for holding protractod meeting. Tho pastor earnestly Insists that evory mombcr ho on hand. Como praying. W. J. DOWNING, Pastor First Baptist Church. f To the Ladles. ' If you desire first-class, up-todato dressmaking, it will pay you to call ' W us, at 315 Caddo street. MltS. HOPE, i 27-lm MltS. BLOCKER. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin cures r stomach troubles. Sold by W. U. Frame. . Williams, Corhn & Co., invite you In . to see their now shipment of Whits , ' Elephant buggies. W. J. B ROWN Undertaker West Main St., Ardmoro, I. T. Phono 142 for bus or baggage wagon. Meets all trains day and night. 11-lm LIGHT & THOMPSON. 'V 'J PERSONAL MENTION. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. . !' OtA U. a'. .11', Ml. AU. Mt. Ml. .Ml. .ill. .iti. .U. .Ml. .ti. .til. 3 R. A. RINER, the Grocc r b Cnrries Peed rind Groceries. Ardmoro, I. T. Stolen $25 Reward. Stolen, ono new red-leather saddle; has J. F. Shebester stamped on front part of contlc; will pay $5 for return of saddle and $20 for delivery of thief In Ardmoro jail. Address P. J. SHEBESTER, 1-Ct Lebanon, I. T. fr fr $ t 'I 't ' l 1 " 4 $ j V $ thoale sJiach and transfer Line i T. E. Choate, Prop, Phone 74 . Day or Night If you have never bought a White Elephant buggy, you havo never own ed the world's best make. We bavo In a big shipment of Whlto Elophant buggies, hacks and phaetons. Williams, Corhn & Co. The latest fad out in stocks for men and women, They are in the variagated colors and strictly np to date. The new Initial Neckwear is now quite the rage. Every thing new, dainty and hand some in Neekwear. Ties 10c a bunch to $3.00 each. ED RINGER. 0 0 1 t M Dmgs,Wall Paper 1 h 1 1 l rl 1 Coleman paints Oils n c AinrpTiicrnrQ thin ,mv twn ntmm in nwn f,. UlllJ JIIVI V VJIJUI tUUU V4IIJ HIV ..VUWVW IU V II II P. A. Brown from Rynn Is noro to day. G. J. TIppett Is In the city from Atoka. H. C. Potterf loft this morning for Mllburu. L. A. Davis was In the city today from Hoxbar. Abo Wolverton left this morning for Wapanucka. T. H. Miller is on our streets today from Gainesville. Scott Kearnoy has gone to Snydor, Tex., for his health. R. Cuthey is In tho city from Sul phur, visiting his sons. Eugene Wolvorton came In from Mannsvllle last night. Deputy W. H. Norton was up this morning from Marlottn. P. A. I.aughlln went to Oklahoma City today on business., - Howard Stnitli and wlfo arc hero from Pilot Point, Texas. W. H. Bingham and M. L. Garrett left this morning for TlBhomlngo. Miss J. Ryplnskl of New York city Is here, .the guest of Mrs. W. New man. M. A. Maupln, W. B. Lain and J. E. Boots are In the city today from Okla homa City.. E. A. Walkor left this morning ovor tho C, O. & G. on a business trip to the Choctaw nation. Mrs. W. T. Nixon returned last night from Tennessee, where she has been visiting for some time. H. A. Kenney, a cigar manufacturer of Houston Is In tho city and contem plates putting In a cigar factory. Deputy Clork J. W. Speako of Chlckasha came In yesterday after noon and spent the morning with his friends. MrB. W. E. Ellis and chlldron nro hero from Houston, Texas visiting Mrs.. Ellis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Golledge. Prof.. Roy L. Craycroft, formerly of Hargrove college, will leave tomor row for Sedalla, Mo., whore ho will make his homo. W. L. Homstcad, chief tlmokeeper of tho C, O. & G., came In last night from Oklahoma City and will mako Ardmoro his headquarters, Howard Porter, ono of Professor Roy L. Craycroft's pupils, has ac cepted a position as stenographer with Attorneys Ledbotter & Blodsoe. Tom Cavln, assistant roadmaster of the C. O. & G. nrrlved In tho city yesterday from Okjahoma City and will take charge of the yards at this place. Jim Light has returned homo from Lawton. John O. Watson of Mill Creek is horo today. Leo Jenkins is In tho city today from Sulphur. George M. Stewart Is In tho city from Poster. Miss Myrtle Fronsloy Is visiting relatives In tho city, from Duncan. R. W. Randol, T. K. Kearney and a numbor of others are out today with rod and line. L. P.-Burton and Arthur Julian, ac companied by their families, left this afternoon on a fishing trip. Miss Ollio McClatchey returned last night from Tishomingo, where she has been visiting relatives. M. E. Atkins, Prank Crotzer and others left early this morning to spend tho day on tho creek. J B. Sprnglns, D. E. Allen, W. P. Poland and Tom Patton are at Rock crossing, on tho Washita, for a stay of two days. Joe M. London, after spending sev eral days with Mrs. London, who was sick, left this morning, In tho Inter est of tho Dallas News, for points cast of here. Deputy Clerk S. H. Wootten of Ryan was In tho city yesterday aftor noon and this morning, visiting tho family of A. V. Doak, his wife's father. Old Settlers' Reunion. Sulphur UQlyJ 4,1 5 id 16 ROPING CONTEST $50 for tho Quickest Timo. BRONCHO DUSTING 25 to the Best Rider. For particulars address J. W. HARPER, Manager Fair Grounds, Sulphur, Ind. Ter. Royal Arch Masons. Ardmoro Chapter No. 11, R. A. M., will meet In regular session tonight at 8:30 o'clock at tho Masonic tem ple; work In Royal Arch degree. Re freshments will bo served after the meeting. G. H. BRUCE, High Priest. MAX MUNZESHEIMER, Sec. Soven or a multiple- of 7. C-3t Licensed to Wed. Three marriage licenses havo boon Issued since our last, as follows: R. K. Sandlfor and Wlnnio Brown, Cliff. A. James, Ardmoro and Salllo Kirk, Borwyn. H. C. Monnls and Lucy Jones, Elk. Orio Club. Evory membor Is urgently request ed to bo present next Wednesday, July 3, at 2:30 o'clock promptly, at the homo of Mrs. Webb. Very im portant business. MRS. GOFP, MRS. E. 3. PUGH, Secretary. President, Notice. From this date, we, tho undersigned hack and 'bus lines of Ardmoro, havo adopted a strictly cash basis, as It necessitates too much timo to collect these small bills. Plcaso govern yourselves accordingly. T. E. CHOATE, JIM CHANCELLOR, II. L. CATHEY, LIGHT & THOMPSON. not WOOD BROS. DENTISTS. Electricity now supplies tho old out of dato foot power Dental Engine. No pain now necessary in preparing teeth to be filled. Ev thing first- class Residence Phone 21G. Office Phono 201. ARDMORE, IND. TEK". For Sale. A complcto gin outfit, dwelling, storo house and stock of goods, for cash in hand, Saturday July 12, 1002 between tho hours of 12 and 2. Tho gin is In most excellent repair, and located on tho bayou 1G miles smith west of Ardmoro, 4 miles south cut of Cheek, C miles southwest of Mars don, thrco miles north of Eastman and known as the Joe Plttman gin. For any Information wrlto or seo T. L. Holland, Ardmoro, I. T. MRS. S. E. PITTMAN, 10d&w-lm Administratrix. J-J.ave 500 full-blood In dians wishing to hold and allot lands. Tbla la an ate of BpcoUllats. Old time mutbods will do for old timo people. My proitreaalve method of aolllnc Heal Katate and Uualneaa Opportunities Is np-to-date. Make a apeolalty of making plata and fumlBhlnif correct numbers to lands, For particulars see J. E. ARNOLD. The Leon Hotel Passed into now hands, thor oughly renovated, newly furnished throughout, and made the choio est boarding house in the city. Tablo board, per week$3 00 Board and lodging 3,50 Meals .25 E. M. Kimble, Prop. ARDMORE. I. T. I P. & F. I I Molasses t t Standard of the World t s s : We carry a fresh stock of it in all sizes at all times. TYLER & SIMPSON, Wholesale Distributors.