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The legions of new Hats, the myriads of beautiful Neckwear, the hosts of Negligee and Fancy Shirts, the large line of Crash Suits combine in making this, a Spring Store. SPECIAL PRICES FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. AS LONG AS THEY LAST. 67 Dozen Men's Negligee Shirts, regular price 50 and 65c, at this sale, 37Vic. 45 Dozen Negligee Shirts, regular price 75c and $1, at this sale, 57c. . 38 Dozen Men's Undershirts, full size, regular price 35ceach, at this sale, I9c. 22 Dozen Men's Pants, new goods, regular price $2 and $2.50, this sale,$1.85". 42 Dozen Youths and Boys' Negligee Shirts, regular price 50c, this sale, 33. This store is never Idle. While one surprise is engaging your attention, we are preparing an other. Our April Vest Sale Special Prices on all of our finest and handsomest styles in Light, Fancy, White Vests; also Dark Silk and Wool Mixtures. These are for Men Faulti.kss Day Shirts Made of Madras, in Early Spring Designs. Wilson Bros.' Shirts Made of Madras, Homespcn, all exceptionally well made and better than atiy other shirt you buy at $1.00 and $1.50. We carry the biggest line of Shirts in Tcr. ED. RINGER. Second Door West of First National Bank, ARDMORE, I. T. WARNING ORDER. In tho United States court In the In dian Territory, Southern district: Tlnnlo Dill, plaintiff, vs. C. V. Dill, defendant. 5550. Tho defendant, C. W. Dill, Is warned to nppear In this court in thirty days and answer tho con.plaint of tho plain UE. Tlnnlo Dill. Witness Hon. Hosoa Townsend, Judgo of said court, and tho seal thoro of this 9th day of April, 1003. C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. J. S. Mullen, attorney. J. II. Mathors, attorney for non resident. First published April 0, 1003. tfMfM I- H( I'M "! Herblne Cures fover and aguo. A dose will usually stop a chill, a continuance always cures. Mrs. Wm. M. Stroud, Midlo thian, Texas, May 31, 1809, wrltos: '.'Wo havo usod Ucrblno In our fam ily for eight years and found It tho best medlclno wo havo ovor used for 'la grippe, bilious fever, and malaria." 50c at'W. D. Framo's. Many a man's bravory. crops out only when ho loses his temper. Foloy's Honoy and Tar contains no opiates, and will not constlpato like nearly nil other cough medicines. Ro fuso substitutes. Sold by Bonner & Bonnor. Even tho solf-made man doesn't boast of his worth to tho assessor. CODOL SUiiliWhit XnUl. Weak Hearts Are due to Indigestion. NInety-nins of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when it was simple Indigestion. It is a scien tific fact that all cases of heart dis ease, not organic, are not only trace able to, but are the direct result of Indigestion. All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect diges tion ferments and swells the stomach, puffing It up against the heart. This interferes with the action of the heart, and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased. flodol Digests What You Eat Mrs. Lor1n Nichols of Penn Yn. N. Y.. writes t Alter eatlnc. my food would distress m by miking my heirt palpltits nd I would become Tery walk, Finally I tot a bottla cl Kodol and It gara mo Immediate relief. After uslnc a fev bottles I am cured. Kodol cures Indigestion, dyspepsia and all stomach disorders, and gives the heart a full, free and untram meled action. Bottles only. 41.00 SUa holding 3tt times the trial site, wblch sells for 50c HIM1ID IV OLD RELIABLE GARRI AOB REPAIR SHOP D. E. ALLEN'S Carriages, Buggies, Wagons. Everything done in this line. Our pricea are right. Best of stock always used. All kinds of CAST IRON REPAIRS. Phone 179. H4 Broadway. "W"T NEWPORT. Special Correspondence NowporU I. T., April 13. Misses TIME TO FLY! KEEP THEM OUT. We have all sizes and kinds. Faucy and Plain Screen Doora and Windows, Wire Cloth and Fixtures complete. The best made. Prices cheap. Telephone 104. HALL & HILLIS, The House Furnishers. YOUR SPRING SUIT! If you have one, should bo cleaned, repaired and preseed. If you nntUipato ordering a suit or troustrs, I will bo glad to flguro with you on same. Murphy Bros. Tailors can't be beat. THE ARDM0PE STEAM DYE WORKS, L. F. BURTON, Proprietor. 206 East Main Street. 'Phone 230. ARDMORE, I. T. Brummet and Lasloy wcro guests of Miss Grncla LeMay Sunday. Most ovcry ono knows that wo stand In need of rain today. Undo Perry King mado a business trip to Ardmoro Saturday. Mrs. Sam Soxton, who has been qultu sick for sovcral days. Is roportod somo better. It has been thought that sho would not rocovor. Tho Morris brothers aro proparlng to buhl an up to dato gin with Uirco sixty-saw stands. Kov. Clay, pastor of tho M. E. church hero filled his nppolntmont Sunday and preached to a largo and apprecia tive audience. Thoro woro Iwo ac cessions to tho church. Tho night ser vices woro also well attendod and tho Interested ones very much edified. In tho afternoon of Sunday tho En terprise) singing class camo over and tho two forces filled tho air with songs of pralso to our Cod for ills goodness to us. Thoro woro many appreciative listeners as woll as participants, and wo daro say that our community Is hlgncr In tho moral scalo by reasot of that singing. Tho Enterprise poo plo are great songsters and our own peoplo aro not far behind thorn. Wo DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE Free Reclining: Chair Cars on all Trains Pullman Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping Cars, Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars between MEMPHIS and tho , PACIFIC COAST J. 8. MoNALLY. D. P. A., GKO. H. LEE, Q. P. A., Oklahoma City, O. T. Little Rook, Ark. Tho Coming Picnic. All subordinate and Hobokah lodges In tho surrounding community havo boon solicited by letter and othorwlso to fall Into lino and assist In making tho big Odd Follows bnskot picnic out at '"Tatcr Hill" near Provenco, a sue- cess, on U10 occasion of their anni versary, on Monday, April 27. Wo understand that a very fine program la bolng arranged for this dato, and It Is thought that a vory largo attend- nnco will bo prosont. Evory ono is expected to brlnft a box or baskot of something good to oat, onjoy tho timo happily and havo a good time gonorally. Evorybody Is lnvltod whoth or thoy aro Odd Follows or not. WARNING ORDER. In tho United SUtc commissioner court in too Indian Territory, Soutl ern district: L. E. Adams plaintiff vs. Mrs. M. L. Malncs defendant, Tho dofondant, Mrs. M. h. Mainos, Is warned to appoar in this court In thirty days and answer tho 'complaint of tho plaintiff, L. E. Adams. Witness my hand this 2nd day of April1903. T. N. ROBNETT, U. S. Commissioner. Cruco, Cruco & Dleakmoro, attor neys. Sam H. Dutlor, attorney for non resident defendant. FJrBt published April 3, 1KU3. Danger of Colds and Grip. Tho greatest danger from colds and grip Is their resulting In pneumonia. If reasonable) caro is oxorclsod, how over, and Chamberlain's Cough Rom cdy taken, all danger will bo avoided Among tho tens of thousands who havo usod this remedy for thoso diseases wo havo yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pnoumonla, which shows conclusively that It Is a certain prqvcntlvo of that dangorous disease It will euro a cold or an attack of tho grip In less time than any other treat mont. It is pleasant and safo to take, For salo by City Drug Storo, F. J. Uamsoy and Ardmoro Drug Co, sunnoso our nsalmlfttH will rot urn llin visit of, our neighbors ero long. I Special Train and Music for U. C. V, Peaco and good will provalls In ourl The Texas and Pacific Railway com- town and community. Wo aro all commonors. Wo aro trying to mako llfo worth living by each working for tho common good. If thoro aro any exceptions to this grand rulo wo havo so far failed to discover them. Tho chief of good fellows among us Is Col. Evans, well known to many readers of tho Ardmorolto. Tho good colonel's latch string hangs on tho outsldo and all who wish to share his hospitali ties aro mado wolcome. Ills and Aunt MarRuorett'8 tablo Is always spread with plenty of tho best that can bo had In the country and not withstanding their great liberality, ov ory day finds them with plenty, which proves industry and benovolenco aro always rewarded by tho bountiful glvor of all good. Tho llttlo stingy fellow Is tho ono who gets It In tho neck, Tho colonel Is ft great friend to tho Ardmorolto and Its big hearted proprl-otor-In-fact. Thoy nro two souls with "a slnglo thougt and two hearts that beat as ono." Thero aro many yellow legged chickens growing In this coun try for tho Methodist tooth of Col. Suggs and when picnic season rolls around wo will mako thorn hard to catch when wo sod him coming. Paul Jones Rye I Wo will send you four full quart bot tles of Paul Jones' Jockey Club Rye Whisky, 8 years old, for $4 and will pay express charges. Try It and it you aro not satisfied Bend It back at our oxpenso and your $4 will bo re turned by noxt mall. Just think that offer over. How could It bo fairer? If you aro not perfectly satisfied you aro not out a cent. Bettur lot us send you a trial order. Yours for business, W. S. WRIGHT & CO., Qalnesvlllo, Texas. North Cmmorco street. Phono No. 135. P. O. Box 12. d&w. Havo thoso ants in and about your premises exterminated. This Is tho timo. Consult J. A. ROBERSON, 10t-30 120 S. Washington SL Foley's Kidney Cure makes kldaeys and bladder rifbt pony will run a special train which will bo accompanied by Harris' Ju vonllo Band (25 In number) who will furnish music en route This special train will leavo Fort Worth Monday, May 17, at 11:15 a. m. and Dallas at 12:30 p. m., arriving at Now Orleans noxt morning for bicakfast. Reduced rates round trip will bo In effect to New Orleans. For partlcu' l?rs addross any agent or E. P. Turner gonoral passenger agont, Dallas, H, P. Hughes, traveling passenger agent Fort Worth. 31-tf Tho surest and safest remedy for kidnoy and bladdor diseases is Fo ley's Kidney Curo. Sold by Bonner & uonncr. I . A llttlo learning is less dangorous than a vivid Imagination. Warning Order. In tho United States Court In tho In dlan Territory, Southern District: Vady Raymor plaintiff vs. Goo. Ray. mor, defondant. No. 5,550. Tho dofendant Geo. Raymor Is warned to appear in this court In thir ty days and snswor tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Vady Raymor. Witness, Hon. Hosea Townsend Judgo of sold court and tho seal thoro- of this 3d day of April. 1903. (Seal.) O. M. CAMPBELL. Herbert, Wjalker & Cannon Attye. Bdw Bailee, Atty Nen-Realdcnt. First pukMalK April 3, 1903. Warning Order. In tho United States Commissioner's Court In tho Indian Territory, South ern District, at Ardmoro. .Mormon Pruitt and H. M. Carr plaintiffs, vs. M. D. Gillcsplo (Olaspy) et nl defendants. Tho defendant M. D. Gillespie (Glospy) is warned to appear in this court In thirty days and answer the complaint of tho Iplantlffs, Momoa Pruitt and H. M. Carr. Witness my hand this 27th day of March, 1903. (Seal.) T. N. ROBNETT, U. S. Commissioner. Cruco, Cruco & Bloakmoro, Attya. S. II. Butler, Atty for Non-Rosldent Defendant. First published March 27, 1003. Warning Order. In tho United States Court In tho In dian Territory, Southorn District Salllo Anglo plaintiff vs. H. O. Angle defendant. No, 5,554. Tho defendant II, G. Angle la warned to appear In this court In thir ty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff Salllo Angle. Wltnoss, Hon. Hosea, Townsend, judgo of said court and tho seal there of this 6th day of April, 1903. O. M. CAMPBELL, Clork. F. E. Rlddlo, Attornoy. D. E. Crutchor, Atty for Non-Roal-dent Defendant. First published April 6, 1908. Fish and fun coma your way wbea you use our fishing tackle .'. ,. WILLIAMB, OORHN & CO.