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"TttTTtTTTTTTTTtVtTTTtttTTTTTtTTT TTTTtTtvTTTTTI 7 v I' SPOT 4 CASH uy ii t price. $ SPECI A.L 4-H"i"H"H"H' i 't 't 'H Rnrtnn Dru Gompanu. I IU mm mi rv Every department in the Big Store is trying to outdo the other to make this the biggest money-saving sale ever held in Ardmore. We have made some fast selling records, but are determined to eclipse all previous records in the price of high grade merchandise. To do this we have made greater inducements than were ever before offered to the buyers of Ardmore. You will find bright, new, clean merchandise here at prices sure to make them gallop from our store to your home. Come with your expectations keyed to the highest pitch. We will not disappoint you. You will find it just as it is advertised. Staple Department. One Lot Standard Prints, Bold everywhere at 5c, discount sale price 3 l-2c, 5000 yards Bleaohed Domestic, regular 5c grade, special discount price 3 l-2c. 500 yards yard-wide Soft Finish, Bleached Domestic, regular 7c grade, in this salo at 5c. 300 yards Extra Ileavy Soft Finish yard wide Bleached Domestic, cheap at our regular price, 8c, discount salo price, 7c. 500 torn and hemmed Pepperell Sheets, 72x90, regular 50c sellers, iu this sale, 39c. 400 Pepperell Sheets, torn and hemmed, 81x90, regular GOo sheets, go this sale at, 44c 350, 90 x 90, torn and hemmed peperel sheets, everybody sells them at G5e, special dis count price, 49c. Lirge assortment standard percales, sold in a regular way for 8c, book fold goods, 5c 7,500 yards A. F. U. and Sursucker ging hams, worth, anywhere, 10c per yd., discount prica, 5c. Book fold percales iu solid colors, rogulnr 10c goods, slightly damaged, will bo sold in this sale, 10 yards to a customer, for 25c. 5000 yds- outing flannel in all the new win ter colorings, just the thing for ladies' or chil dren's underwear and gowns, worth G l-2c per yard, discount price, 3 l-2c 500 yds., heavy Teasel down outing in eight checks and stripes, 10 to 20 yd. lengths, worth 10c, discount price, 5c One Lot Extra Large Counterpanes, worth 75c, slightly soil8d, discount price, 50c. One Lot Extra Heavy 11-4 Counterpanes, other people think they sell cheat) for $1.25, our regular $1.00 seller, this sale, 89c. Ladies' Fine Tailored Suits. Your choice of our $G 50 and $G.0O Suit?, nicely lined, trimmed and fiuishf-d, for $4 00 All of our $8 00 nnd $8.50 Suits, all wool, now goods, new styles, Taffeta lined and stylish ly made, ut $G 00 Ladies' Suits iu Venetian, Serges and Worsteds, suits we sold for $10.00, now $7 00 Our $12.00 nnd $12.50 Suits, in all the now shades and goods, latest styles, wellaud stylish ly made, $8 00 You can select your suit from nny of our $13.00 and $13 50 Suits now for $9 00 Lnrgn line of handsome tailor suits, iu nil the up to date styles and finishings, they were cheap at $15 nnd SlG.50, your choice of the, eu tire lot, $12.25. Big lino of sizes shades and styles in $20 and $22.50 suits, they nre bnnutief nt that price, discount salo price, $16.25. The swellent tailor suits iu Ardmoro, sold for and worth $25 and $27.50, newest materials, styles aud similes; they'ro strictly high grade, tailored suits, diseouut price, $19.50, Uuion Suits, 50 doaen, ladies' and children's vests, worth, everywhere, nud sold for 25c, discount sale price, lOu- 40 down, Irdif j' nnd children's union suits our regulnr 35c sellers, in this sale, 25c. Men's Suits. Big line of stvlf, all sizes, suits worth $G.50, our leader at $5, discount sals price. $4.45. Our regular $G 50 ouits, all wool, good col ovb, new cut and new goods, iu this sale at, $5. A big lot of suits, worth $10, n leader at $8 50, go in this discount sale at, $7.00. 25 doxen, men's nil wool pants, worth in a regular way $2, they go nt, $1.50. Our stock is new and complete, come early and select the cream of the largest store in the Ter. before broken. These prices are evidence that we are alive to your intirest as well our own, they are genuine reductions of a well selected stock. Take time and opportunity by the forelock these prices are "light touches" of your purse. Try us on any of the above articles and we will prove to you that we mean just exactly what we say. We can't mention all the good things, but will say that everything in our enormous stock is in proportion to the things quoted. One Price. ,tMt.l..MHtt'?H pot Cash t t Chamber of Commerce Committee. Finance J. A. Blvcna, C. L. Ander son, J. A. Madden. Manufacturing and mercantile In terests C. It. ones, J. It. Pennington, J. K. P. Campbell. Public highways Max Wosthclmcr, L. B. Itoberson, W. S. Wolverton, A. IL Palmer, II. II. Pennington. Advertising Slg Simon, T. N. Cole man, Orln Itodflold. Railroads, etc. W. A. Lcdbottor, F. M. Gatos, John L. Gait, W. F. Whit tlngton, C. Ij. Horbert. Agriculture J. B. Boono, John F. Easlcy, J. S. Mullen, M. Munzeshelmer. Membership C. L. Byrne, It. V. DIolc, Don Lacy. Entertainments John L. Gait, A. V. Doak, E. W. Itoberts. House It. W. Dick, W. A. Wolver ton, A. C. Young. Arbitration C. L. Herbert, Leo Crucc, D. E. Allen, W. P. Poland, J. B. Spraglns. SIDNEY SUGGS, Pres. C. L. BYRNE, Scc'y. CITY GOVERNMENT. It. W. Dick Mayor J. II. Mathers City Attorney John L. Gait Pollco Judge O. II. Bruco City Clerk T. N. Coloman Treasurer W. P.. Itobqrts. Assessor and Collector E. Bookor Chief of Police Bob McGco City Scavenger S. Aldermen. First Ward J. W. Gollcago, J, McCbarcn. Second Ward J. S. Mullen, I. Best Third Ward C. L. Byrne, W. C. Kendall. Fourth Ward W. T. Gardner, A. C. Young. Cured Piles After 40 Years. Mr n. Hnnov of Genova. Ohio, had ti,n niion fnr fortv vcars. Doctors and dollars could do him no lasting good. DoWltt's Witch Ha7,el salvo cured him permanently. Invaluablo for cuts, linrns. bruises, sprains, lacerations, opinmn. totter, salt rheum and all nthnr akin diseases. Look for tho namo DoWltt on tho package all oth- ora are cheap, worthless couniorieus, City Dmg Store. Tho follow who has his salary rata od sometimes swamps hlmsolf trying to llvo up to It. A Policeman's Testimony. J. N. Pattorson, night policeman of Nashua, la., writes: "Last winter l timi a bad cold on my lung and I tried at least half dozen advertised cough medicines and had treatment from two physIdanB without getting any Jinnoflt. A fiiend recommondod Fo loy's Honey and Tar and two-thirds of a bottlo cured mo. I consider It tho greatest couch and lung modlclno In tho world." Sold by Bonner & Bon- nor. Tho homesick man Isn't always tho ono who Is away from home. Physicians Prescribe It. Many broad minded physicians pro scrlbo Foley's Honoy and Tar, as they have nevor found bo safo and rollablo a remedy for throat and lurig troubles n this medicine. Sold by Bonner & Bonner. Wit Is said to be tho salt of con versatlon, yet most peoplo prefer It Committees. Finance C. L. Byrne, chairman; A. C. Young, J. S. Mullen. Stroet and Alloy I. R. Best, chair- man; C. L. Byrne, w. T. uaraD.r, J. S. McCharen. Polite w. C. Kendall, chairman; I. R. Best, J. S. McCharen. Flr3 W. T. Gardner, chairman; J.I W. Gollcdge, J. S. Mullen. 1 Waterworks A. C. Young, chair man; J. a. Mullen, C. Lt. Byrne. Ordinance J, S. Mullen, chairman; J. W. Gollcdge, W. C. Kendall. Cemetery J. W. Gollcdge, chah man; W. T. Gardner, I. R. Best, Sanitary J. S. McCharen, chair man; J. S .Mullen, W. C. Kendall, A. C, Young. Board of Health. Dr. J. W. Moffott, city physician; Drs. S. S. Carr, J. W. Smith, Walter Hardy; Mayor R. W. Dick A well known magazine writer men tions ton ways of pleasing a woman but as to the ton million ways of dis pleasing her ho Is painfully silent. It you aro bilious and Booking advUers Tako DoWltt's Little Early Risers, Just before going ko bod. You will find on tho morrow, You aro rid of your sorrow That's all; Just enough said. These famous pills do not grlpo, but movo tho bowola gently and easily, cleansing tho liver. Their tonic ef fect gives strength to tho glands, pre venting a return of tho disorder. City Drug Store. Tho Charter Oak cooking stovo is today tho moct popular stovo In Amer ica, WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO. Choctaw Excursio Leaves at 7:30 o'clock on the morning ot November 27th The same being Thanksgiving Day. The Choctaw train will leave Ardmore tor South M'Ale&ter Where arrangenicnts"for a Program for the Day has been made. The train will return, leaving South McAlester at 11:15 p. m. Thus giving many hours in The Black Diamond City, The special rate for the trip is $2.00 for Round Trip, And thousands of our people will take advantage of it. FOUR DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES FROM THE LEADING COLLEGES. They Dure All ff CURABLE CHRONIC OISEASES or will toll 'you what to tig to Ibo curod. Piles. Fistula Fissures, iinral: Mlupturo). Ulooratort rectum, Chronlo Ulcers, Skin Cancers, Warts, Moles, Varicocele, Ilydrococole.l Cured without an operation and with, out pain. They Cure A FEMALE IRREGULARITIES such as Whltos, Painful Manstratlon llackaches. Headaches, Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Ilheumatlsm, Many other disease ot Bar, Noao tin Throat are cured a home. CATAItnil of stomach and bowels; Ut'ZEHA and all Wood aud Bkindla oases treated successfully. DU.J.W. COOK. Drs. Cook & Vick, The Eminent and Successful Specialists of Chronic Diseases. Arc now located In tho town of Ardmore, l.T. Dont fall to consult thctu, If you liavo unv OIIItONln DTRRAN'R tluit. Iisk mslHiPfl Mm nrrilnnrv rnnrli- od of treatment There may be dancer lu delay. Tlioy nro not "transient fakes, liko many, who tako your money and aro gone forever; but they havo comoto Ardmoro with the Intention of locating permanently a branch offlco and a Banatarlum, In tho near future, which will bo used for treating Chronic Diseases, only. For the present they may be found at the Hanks llotcl.lwhcro thoy have tho best of ac commodations nnd ample facilities for treating any case that may come undor their supervision. DR. J. W. COOK Is tho founder, and for the past elht years has been one ot the pro prletors of the well known Itelheida Inllrmsry and llath Ilouso at Marlln, Texas, where thousands havo revalued their hmlth, Dr. Cook has with blm four diplomas one from the Atlanta Medical College, one Irrm XYe Now York I'ost Uruduate, one from the t'ost Graduate of Chlcaeo and one from tho Chicago Polyclinic besides several certificates irom leading specialists whose private formulas he has purcbasod at (treat expense. UK. V. St. VICK also holds four diplomas and has had oxtenslvo exporleaoe In treat Inc Chronlo Olseasos. Don't Fail to Consult Them. It will cost you nothing and will, at least, do you no barm, honestly tell jou what to do to not relief. They will plainly and Itemomber tho Doctors mako a specialty of those Obstinate Chronlo Oases that ham resisted the ordinary methods of treatmrnt and arer. anxious to meet all of those old hopeless cases that otbera have failed to cure. Their advice unooernlng diet, baths and exercise may oure Jyou atone and will cost you nothing. They prefer seeing all patients In person) however, manylare trestedjiuo cessfully by correspondence. YOUNG & HEINTZ, DAIlAa TEXAS Machinery, Mill I Gin Supplies High Grade Belting a Specialty. "Write for what yon want?' frwh.