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a a a It Is A Spring Store! o U 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. H o .o (0 3 c a t) mm CO H O 0) CQ .3 C3 o H a a a; m a CO ts tn o o o C3 3 o a C3 a a SP-CIAL PRICES FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. AS LONG AS THEY LAST. 67 Dozen Men's Negligee Shirts, regular price 50 and 65c, at this sale37Mc. 45 Dozen Negligee Shirts, regular pi ice 75c and $1, at this sale, 57jc. 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 Kaultlkss Day Shirts Made of Madras, in ISarly Spring Designs. Wilson Hkos.' Shirts Made of Madras, Hoinespen, all exceptionally well made and better than any other shirt you buy at $1.00 and $1.50. We carry the biggest line of Shirts in Ter. ED. RINGER. Second Door West of First National Bank, ' ARDMORE, I. T. WARNING ORDER. In tho United States court In tho In dian Territory, Southern district: Tlnnlo Dill, plaintiff, vs. C. W. Dill, defendant. 5559. Tho defendant, C. W. Dill, Is warned to appear In this court In thirty days and answer tho complaint of tho plain tiff. Tlnnlo Dill. Witness lion. Hosea Townsond, J ml go of said court, and tho seal there of this 9th day of April, 1903. C M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. J. S. Mullen, attorney. J. II. Mathors, attorney for non resident. First published April 9, 1903. t Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates, and will not constipate llko nearly all other cough medicines. Re fuso substitutes. Sold by Bonner & Bonner. To the People of Ardmore. If you will let mo sell your second hand goods I will come to your bouso after them and sell them at auction and mako you good raonoy by so do ing. R. D. ROGERS, City Auctioneer. Slnco tho night lunch wagons havo Increased tho price of chicken sand wichos from ton to flftcon cents, tho consumption of that staplo ortlclo of dlot will ''o cstrlcted to bank pros! nentB an hackmen. OLD RELIABLE CARRIAUE REPAIR SHOP D. E. ALLEN'S Carriages, Buggies, Wagons. T Everytbinc done in this lino. Our prices are riaht. Best of stock always used. All kinds of CAST IRON REPAIRS. jjj Phone 179. H4 Broadway. 4- ARKANSAS AND CHOCTAW. TIME TO FLY! KEEP THEM OUT. We hnve nil sizes and kinds. Fancy and Plain Screen Doors and Windows, Wire Cloth and Fixtures complete. The best made. Prices cheap. Telephone 104. HALL & HILLIS, The House Furnishers. K0D0L digests what you eat. K0D0L cleanses, purifies, i strengthens and sweet ens the stomach. K0D0L curM Indigestion, dys- pepsla, and atl stomach and bowel troubles. K0D0L accelerates the action of the gastric glands and gives tone to the digestive organs. K0D0L re"evM an overworked stomach of all nervous strain, gives to the heart a full, free and untrammeled action, nourishes the nervous svstem and feeds the brain. KODOL ,s tn8 woniJerful remedy that Is making so many sick people well and weak piopla strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that Is contained In the food they eat. Tour Dealer Can Supply fen. Dottles onlr. 1 1 .00 S!ta holdlnt 2W tlm.J tho trlil Ua, which tails lor 50c E. C. DeWITT A CO., CHICAQO DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains Pullman Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping Cars, Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars between MEMPHIS and the PACIFIC COAST J. S. MoNALLY, D. P. A., GEO. H. LEE, Q. P. A., Oklahoma City, O. T. Llttlo Rook, Ark. Bridge Across Doggy Finished and Crossed by Trains. Durant, I. T April 15. Today nt noon tho bridge of tho Arkansas and Choctaw across Doggy river was completed, after sovcral weeks of un avoidable delay, and tho first through freight from Ashdown passed through Durant and on to Madlll this after noon. It Is tho presumption nmong tho ofllclala hero that mixed tralnB will bo put on Wednesday morning from Ashdown to Madlll. Rock Island Reaches Lindsay. LlndBny, I. T., April 1C Tho Rock Island railroad reached this place with Its track today. This gives Lindsay two railroads and, situated as tho town Ib, In the most fortllo valloy In tho entire West, with hundreds of thous ands of acres of land In cultivation In cotton, corn and oats, will glvo tho town as largo a t ratio as any In tho Chickasaw nation. INDIANS Holding Laud should have their lands properly Platted by C. J. GILL, Local Engineer, Hewitt, Ind. Ter. Prices reasonable IT at $1 00 persettinu of 13. A. E. ROGERS, Southeast Ardmore. Ardmorelte's Traveling Agents. Tho following are tho travollng rep resentatives of tho Dally and Wcokly Ardmorclto, who aro authorized to so licit and receipt for subscriptions and advertisements for oltbor publication. J. W. Smith, Wllllo Konnedy, K. C. Tuckor, J, O. Sprcckelmeyer and J. F. Easley. SIDNEY SUaaS, Pub. Have thoso ants in and about your premises exterminated. This Is tho time. Consult J. A. ROBERSON, 10t-30 120 S. Washington St. INDIANS WITH WHISKY. The Coming Picnic. All subordlnnto and Robokah lodgos In tho surrounding community havo been solicited by letter and othcrwlso to fall Into lino and assist In making tho big Odd Fellows baskot picnic out at "Tatcr Hill" near Provonco, a sue- coss, on tho occasion of tholr anni versary, on Monday, April 27. Wo understand that a vory flno program Is being arranged for this dato, and It Is thought that a very largo attend- nnca will bo present. Every ono Is expected to bring a box or baskot of something good to oat, enjoy tho tlmo happily and havo a good tlmo gonornlly. Evorybody Is Invited wheth er they aro Odd Follows or not. Two Mlsslsslpl Choctaws Bound Over to Federal Grand Jury. Durant, I. T., April 15. Saturday afternoon at Colbert, I. T., Deputy United States Marshal J. 11. Davis ar rested two full blood Indians, Missis sippi Choctaws, Albort Solman and Alex Gibson, who had In their posses sion twclvo quarts of whisky. They wero brought to Durant and given a preliminary hearing boforo Commis sioner Parker, who hold thorn to tho grand jury for tho Octobor torm. Fall ing to glvo bond thoy wore taken to tho federal Jail at Atoka. Pp ley's Kidney Cure iwifro Sidneys and bletidcr rlzhL NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District court of tho Unltod States, for tho Southorn district at Ardmore. In tho matlor ct W. . Prido, bank rupt, In Bankruptcy. To tho erodltors of W. A. Prido In tho Southern ' district, In' tho Indian Territory, nt Ardmoro, a bankrupt: No Wee is horoby given that on tho 13th day of April, 1903, tho sold W. A. Prido was duly ndjudgod bankrupt, and that tho first meeting of his erodltors will bo hold at my ofllco at tho court houso In tho city of Ardmoro, on tho 25th day of April, 1003, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, at which tlmo tho Bald creditors may attend, prove tholr claims, apolnt a trustee, exam Ino tho bankrupt and transact such other business,, a3 may como boforo said meeting. JOHN HINKLE, Iteforoo In Bankruptcy. First published April 15. Tho nations prido, standard rotary shuttlo sowing machines, at WEEK8 BROS'. I Practical Tinners and Plumbers. Danger of Colds and Grip. Tho greatest danger from colds and grip Is their resulting In pneumonia, if rcasonablo caro Is oxorclsod, how ovor, and Chamborlaln's Cough Rem edy takon, all dangor will bo avoided. Among tho tens it thousands who havo used this romcdy for thoso diseases wo havo yot to learn of a slnglo crso having resulted In pnoumonla, which shows conclusively that It Is a certain provcntlvo of that dangerous disease It will euro a cold or an attack of tho grip in less tlmo -mn any other treat ment. It is pleasant and safo to tnke. For salo by City Drug Storo, F. J. Itamsoy and Ardmolo Drug Co. WARNING ORDER. In tho United States commissioner' court in tno Indian Territory, South ern district: L. E. Adams plaintiff vs. Mrs. M. L. Malncs dofcndAnt. Tho dofendnnt, Mrs. M. L. Mnlnos, Ib wnrnod to nppoar In this court in thirty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, L. E. Adams. Witness my hand this 2nd day of April, 1903. T. N. ROBNETT, U, S. Commissioner. Cruco, Cruco & Dleakmoro, attor neys. Sam II. Ilutler, nttornoy for non resident defendant. First published April 3, lau3. Special Train and Music for U. C. V. Tho Texas and Pacific Hallway com pany will run a special train which will bo accompanied by Harris1 Ju venllo Band (25 In number) who will furnish music cn routo. This special train will leavo Fort Worth Monday, May 17, at 11:15 a. m. and DallUB at 12:30 p. m., arriving nt Now Orleans noxt morning for breakfast. Hoducod ratos round trip will bo In o.foct to Now Orleans. For partlcu l?rs addross any agent or E P. Tumor gonoral passenger agent, Dallas, H. P. Hughes, travollng passongor agent Fort Worth. 31-tf Tho surost and safest romody for kldnoy and bladder diseases Is Fo- ioys luunoy uuro. Sold by Bonnsr & uonner. Tho practical workmon, tinners and plumbors WEEKS. BROS, Warning Order. In tho Unltod Statos Court In thd In dlan Torrltory, Southorn District: Vady Raymor plaintiff vs. Geo. Ray- mor, defendant. No. 5,550. Tho defendant Geo. Raymor Is warned to appear In this court In thir ty days and answor Iho complaint of tho plaintiff, Vady Itaymor. Wltnoss, Hon. Hosea Townsend, Judgo of said court and tho soal there of this 3d day of April, 1903. (Seal.) O. M. CAMPBELL. Horbort, V&lkor & Cannon Attys. Btaa Butlor, Atty Non-Ilosldcnt. First punished April 3, 1903. Paul Jones Ryel Wo will Bend you four full nuart bot tles of Paul Jones' Jockey Club Ryo Whisky, 8 years old, for ?1 and will pay express charges. Try It and if you aro not satisfied send it back at our cxponso and your ?4,wlll bo re turned by noxt mo.il. Just think that offer over. How could It bo fairer? If you arc not porfectly satisfied You aro not out a cent. Bettor let us send you a trial order. Yours for business, W. S. WRIGHT & CO., Gainesville. Texas. North Cmmorco street. Phono No. 135. P. O. Box 12. d&w. Warning Order. In tho United Statos Commissioner's Court la Uio Indian Torrltory, South orn District, at Ardmoro. Mormon Prultt and IL M. Carr plaintiffs, vs. M. D. Glllosplo (Glaspy) ot al., defendants. Tho defendant M, D. Glllosplo (Glaspy) Is warned to nppoar In this court In thirty days and answer tho complaint of tho iplantlffs, Momon Prultt and H. M. Carr. Witness my hand this 27th day of March, 1903. (Soal.) T. N. ROBNETT, U. S. Commissioner. Cruco, Cruco & Uloakmoro, Attys. S. II. Butler, Atty for Non-Resident Defendant. First published March 27, 190?. Warning Order. In tho Unltod States Court tn tho In- dian Territory, Southorn District. Salllo Anglo plaintiff vs. II. O. Anglo dpfendnnt. No. 5,554. Tho dofendant II. a. Anglo" is wnrnod to appear In this court In thir ty days and answor tho complaint ot tho plaintiff Salllo Anglo. Witness, Hon. Hosea Townsond, Judgo of said court and tho seal there of this Cth day of April, 1903. C. M. CAMPBELL, Clork. F. E. Rlddlo, Attornoy. D. E. Crutchor, Atty for Non-nest-dent Dofendant. First published April C, 1903. Fish and fun como your way when you uso our Ashing tacklo. WILLIAMS, COIUIN &.CO.