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t Mr 'I! 5, r 1! J i J f J f J f I X J 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- j f y r f 1! I y f j f f X Cr'-m afford to wnte lime "A'ag thnc gimnnti offered t lo Crnli? Don't trmt thttt tun. Come and ttt Hf f"l - (WJ Mi iTl GTH W j5c. uy an m i 'C j So well done (at to little money It a mirvcL The Rirmtnti ipcik for ihrmulvrs. LiMen to then. j vv fllWr ITT1 f A triumph of modern Induitrr. Tike it mnf jjjrmenti in this iMortment a) tou with, except the conv Onljr ore t a m.irr pRICES so low as to, J make you wonder how we can do it. Gar- ments, too, that are properly cut and made to fit. The workmanship in detail is PERFECT. Jj Note the assortment. See the prices. Look at J the illustrations; though they give but a faint Thcte pictures eive but s hint of The creit'vtluet'ofTered at th'n sale. Chance lite this are seldom found. Take vour CO S- L tunity escape you. 1 Sale continues at our store to-morrow, Monday the 7th. f J i If rou have'anr doubt about creat value for little money, come and see our (roods Only at this tale ran you rt tc r.r- ' ' : r',l' ' Ijtert style and shapes. If you fail to sufply yourstlt now, you won't pet another hance TiVr a h i ",iir it,, , ; m as & 1! I I I i idea of the many good thing to be found atthis great Muslin wear Sale. tr i .. i! 1X3 octie win uunxinue one kt. -jw 5i .cva week from Monday, July the 7th, nineteen hundred and two. Under- t j y One Price MADDEN. SYKE ARDMORE. IND. TER. .VJ, Spot Cash (OfOVC- rr vi ( ?A W 4Mg I W, G. KENDALL & GO. $ The moat complete grocery in the city- $ Phono No. 2. $ Summer Tourist Rstes. to Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michi gan. Ono faro plus J2.00. Datgs of sale Juno 1, to Sop. 30, limit for return Oct. 31. A. W. DUNHAM, Agent. Santa Fo. To the Ladles. If you ileslro first-class, up-to-date dressmaking, It will pay you to call on us, at 31G Caddo street. MRS. HOPE, 27-lm MItS. BLOCKER. Dr. Caldwell's Syrdp Pepsin cures stomach troubles. Sold by W. B. Frame W. J. B ROWN Undertaker West Main St., Ardmore, I. T. Notice. From this date, wo, tho undersigned hack and 'bus lines of Ardmore, havo adopted a strictly cash basis, as it necessitates too much tlmo to collect theso small bills. Pleaso govorn yourselves accordingly. T. E. CHOATE, JIM CHANCELLOR, II. L. CAT HEY, LIGHT & THOMPSON. MOt First Baptist Church. Wednesday night, July 0, Is tho tlmo sot apart to call a pastor, and to sot tlmo for holding protracted mooting. Tho pastor earnestly Insists that every member bo on hand. Como praying. W. J. DOWNING, Pastor First Baptist Church. "v- r a m M nr. . r h.. 51 it. rt. iiinun, uic urocc r Carries Feed and Groceries Corner Caddo and Broad way a Ardmora, I. T. .;. .j. .j. .j. .;. .;. .;. .j. .j. .j. .. .j. .;. .;. PERSONAL MENTION. ? l 5 A A Stolen $25 Reward. Stolon, ono now red-leather saddle; has J. F. Shebester stamped on front part of cantle; will pay 5 for return of saddle and ?20 for delivery of thief in Ardmoro Jail. Address F. J. SHEBESTER, 1-Ct Lebanon, I. T. I Choatc s Hack and Transfer Line T. E. Ciioate, Prop, Phone 74 . Day or Nicht The latest fad out in stocks for men and women, They are in the variagated colors and strictly np to date. The new Iuitial Neckwear is now quite the rage. Every thing new, dninty and hand some in Nenkwear. Ties' 10c a bunch to $3.00 each. ED RINGER. m T.N Dnigs.Wall Paper Coleman Paints Oils Sells More Gigars than any two Houses in Town B B B B B B B B B B B BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB W. M. Crow Is here from Holdon vlllo. Bort Klrby wont to PaulR Valley today. Carl McCullough wont to Dunlson last night. W. G. Burton enma up today from Paris, Texas. Jo Thompson loft this 'morning for Gainesville. Tom Harris Is back from tho bull fight at l.awton. II. P. Hughes Is In tho city today from Fort Worth. Mil Luulla Williams left this morn ing for Fort Worth. W. I). Bradley Is In tho city today from Greenville, Tex. S. H. Russell and wife aro back from a trip to Sulphur. W. A. Rice's family returned last night from Tioga, Texas. L. I. Wilkinson Is visiting his mother, back In Tennessee. H. E. Foster left this morning on a work train for Tishomingo and Wa panucka. Clabo Kolb is In the city from Aberdeen, Miss., visiting his rela tives, Mr. ond Mrs. H. F. Kolb. S. P. Bofinott, formerly a contract or on tho A. & C., east of town, is In tho city today from Guthrie. Mrs. John L. Williams and chil dren leavo this afternoon for Fort Worth, whero thoy will visit for sev eral weeks. T. D. Pholps was in tho city yes terday from Provenco, whero ho has been conducting a thriving school In that neighborhood. Mrs. T. C. Edward and daughter, Paulino, camo in today from Gaines vlllo, where they visited In tho fam ily of A. G. Edward. Mrs. Harry Campbell and baby aro In tho city from Sherman; Tex., vis iting lior slstors, Mosdamos Buck Garrett and Loo Stownrt. W. W. Pool, of tho firm of Burton Pool Dry Goods Co., loft today for Oklahoma City, St. Louis, Chicago and Now York. Ho was accompanied by his sister, Miss Molllc. V. A. Miller from Llnder, Toxas Is In tho city prospecting with a view to enguglng In tho drug business. Ho will remain until tho lot Bale noxt week when ho expects to Invest In Ardmoro real estate Licensed to Wed. Tho following marrlago Hcohbos have been Issued ilnco our laitt Is suo: S. T. Pnlmor, Woloetka, and Edna Wolfo, Wynnowood. Jack Leard and Lena Adams, Bee boo. Tom Martin and Lula Ranklns, Fos ter. W. C. PerkliiB and Nannlo Turner, Pauls Valley. Robert Embreo and Lola Manning, Palmer. Woody Bonnott and Pearl Will ard, Heard. Paul Cantrell and Iaura Alton, Mid land. Claronco Huff aud Arglo Huff, Pauls Valley. James Buchanan and Nancy Ann Maudy Owens, Ada. Albert M. Prater and Mabel C. Golder, Pauls Valley. W. L. Turner, Pauls Valley, and N. M. Pusoy, Autry. J. D. Hnrrlpon and Ida Busby, Da vis. W. B. Chandler and Bollo Poo, Elk. J. M. Webb and Llllle Mitchell, Pauls Valley. J. J. Shore and Annie Rlloy, WalR or. . W. O. Hill and Frederlka Miner, Pauls Valley. If you want good Ico cream and Bhorbet, glvo your order to Splegle. Phono 103, g-3t Finest Ico cream and shorbot In town at Spleglos. Phono 1C3, if you want prompt service. 9-3t That standard of all buggies tho White Elophant for salo only by WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO. Strayed or Stolen. Strayed or stolon, from tho olllco of Cudahy Packing company, a brown cocker spanlol dog, three months old. Roturn to packing company and get t7 1 TTTl. ... IUUIU. JOHN W,. SHNIVER, Manager, Phono 1C3 for boat Ico cream and sherbet, In tho city. Spieglo delivers It to you. fl-3t Tho china chance of the century Is offored In tho slaughter salo of china at Mrs. .Becker's old stand. 8-d&wtf JAKE. Tho Weather. Tho weather In Ardmoro today Is exceedingly hot. Tho thermometer at noon stood at 95, from five to ten de grees higher than any point In Texas, except Qalveston, which was ono de gree behind us. PLAN TO EVADE THE LAW. Oleomargarine Manufacturers Notify Treasury Officials. Washington, D. C, July 8. Tho manufacturers of oloomargarlno havo sorvod formal notlco on tho treasury dopnrtmont ofllalnls that thoy will horeaftor soil uncolored oleomargar ine, but will supply each purchaser with a quantity of coloring matter, with Instructions ns to how to use It. Tho coloring Is to bo done by tho pur chaser and consumer, and tho manu facturers Insist that there Is noth ing in tho law to prevent this from being done. Tho intornal revenuo ofllclals aro considerably annoyed by tho matter, but do not seo what thoy can do. WOOD BROS- DENTISTS. Electricity now suppfiVs the olcf out of dale foot power DontnB Engine. No pnin now necessnry in preparing teeth to bo filled. Ev thing first-clasa Residence Phone 21G.. Office Phono 201. ARDMORE, - IND. TER- 'Phono 142 for bus or baggago wagon. Moots all trains day and night. 11-lm LIGHT & THOMPSON. Old Settlers' Reunion Sulphur, I, T July 14, 15and16 ROPING CONTEST $50 for the Quickest Time. BRONCHO BUSTING ?25 to the Best Rider. For particulars address J. W. HARPER, Manager Pair Grounds, Sulphur, Ind. Ter. J-Javi: 500 full-blood In-f. dians wishing to hold f: and allot lands. This la an airo of Specialists. OMttat U methods will do for old time people. 1, My progressive method of sellhiir j Ileal Estate and Iluslness Opportunities i Is np-to-ilate. Mako aspucialtyof making plats and furnlshlnir correct numbers to lauds. I For particulars seo J. E. ARNOLD. The Leon Hotel PassQd into new hands, thor oughly renovated, newly furnisho!"!'1 throughout, and made the choic 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 t P. & F. Molasses Standard of the World We carry a fresh stock of it in all sizes at all times. TYLER & SIMPSON, Wholesale Distributors. m t t s