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It Is A opnng otore! ! 14 The legions of new Hats, the myriads of beautitul Neckwear, the hosts of Negligee and Fancy Shirts, the large line of Crash Suits combine in making this, a Spring Store. AS LONG AS THEY LAST. 67 Dozen Men's Negligee Shirts, regular price 50 and 65c, at this sale, 37&c. 45 Dozen Negligee Shirts, regular price 75c and $1, at this sale, 51lc. 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, 33K. This store is never Idle. While one surprise is engaging your attention, we are preparing an other. u 1 i u u 12. 11 ' ilM ' Our April Vest Sale Special Prices on all of our finest and handsomest styles in Light, Fancy, White : as o Dark Silk and Wool Mixtures. These are for Men Fai'ltmsss Day Shirts Made of Madras, in Earl' Spring Designs. Wilson Bros.' Shirts Made of Madras, Honiespen, 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. L T. I 1 & $ $! NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In tho District court of the United States, for tho Southern district at Art! more In tho matter of V. . l'rldo. bank rupt, In Bankruptcy. To tho creditors of W. A. Pride In tho Southern district, In tho Indian Territory, at Ardmorc, a bankrupt: No Mco is hereby given that on tho 13th day of April, 1903, tho said W. A. Prldo was duly adjudged bankrupt, and that tho first meeting of his creditors will bo held at my offlco at tho court houso In tho city of Ardmorc, on tho 25th day of April, 1903, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, at which time tho said creditors may attond, prove their claims, apolnt a trustee, exam ino tho bankrupt nnd transact such other business as may como beforo said mooting. JOHN HINKLE, Refcrco in. Bankruptcy. First published April 15. T I D E ALLEN'S SkSRraouu KJ I -) MHPAIR SHOP Have thoso ants In and about your promises exterminated. This Is tho time." Consult J. A. ROBERSON, 10t-30 120 S. Washington St. Tho surest and safest remedy for kldnoy and bladdor diseases Is Fo loy's' Kldnoy Curo. Sold by Bonner & Bonner. Many persona mlstnko themselves for personages. Stomach Troubles cured by KODOL m BnYiPFPtiACllRF 'DYSPEPSIA CURE Under all curableconditions I 'Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs. W. W.Lay- Nevada, O., was ler oi Hiwara. cured by Kodol Pa., was cured of stomach fj of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had elfected MMX the use o! his heart. jmK Noaou Carriages, Buggies, Wagons. Everything done in this line. Our prices are right. Best of stock always used. All kinds of CAST IRON REPAIRS. Phone 179. H4 Broadway. ft,frfrj,..,.frfr.frt4,,,l. 4M- TIME TO FLY1 KEEP THEM OUT. We have all sizes and kind. Fnucy and Plain Screen Doors nnd Windows, Wire Cloth and Fixtures complete. The best made. Prices cheap. Telerhone 104. H ALL & HILLIS, The House Furnishers. POSTMASTERS ELECT OFFICERS. eastJmwesj Annual Meeting Adjourned to Meat In Fort Gibson Next Year. Tho second annual meeting of tho Indian Torrltory postmasters associa tion In this city closed last night. O fa cers for tho onsufng year wero elect ed as follows: II. T. Kates, Miiskogco, president. David Itedfleld, Ardmorc, 1st vlco president. Jos. H. Butler, Vlnlta, sccrotary. T. Lano Harrcll, Sterrett, trcasur cr. J. A. Hose, Chlckasha, vlco presi dent Southern district. Art Asblll, Checotah, vlco president Western district. John Klussor Howe, vlco president Central district. Hubbard Hobs, Fort Gibson, vlco president Northern district. ICxccutlvo commlttco: P. L. Walk er, Afton; Wm. Noble, South McAl ester; B. C. Wlgand, Eufnula; C. L. Long, Wowoka, Fort Gibson was solcotcd as tho placo for tho next meeting and the date set for May 31, 1901. This was dono on account of tho meeting of tho Territorial G. A. It. mooting to ho held nt that place on that date. A good many of tho postmasters of Indian Territory belong to both organizations and this plan will sccuro n largo at-' tendance. Muskogco Times. 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. 8. MoNALLY, D. P. A., GEO. H. LEE, Q. P. A., Oklahoma City, O. T. Llttlo Rock, Ark. INDIANS Holding Land Bhould have their landa properly Platted by C. J. GILL, Local Engineer, Hewitt, Ind. Ter. PriceB reasonable full Dlood Darred Plymoulb Dock C;;s at $1.00 per Betting of 13, A. E. ROGERS, Southeast Ardmorc. For 8ale. All or any part of that property known as tho Toxas wagon yard, one storo 25x50, hay barn 50x100, 0-room houso dwelling. For prlco and terras 'phono 240, or Box 43,JVrdmoro. 1-m. I. n. BEST. Tho Mitchell Wagon Is Uio "Mon arch ot the road." , WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO. Foley's Kidney Curt uike kidneys nnil bladder rlchi BOB. Special Corrcspondcnco. IJob, I. T., April 1C Messrs. Tcnlf and Foster went to Gnlnesvlllo today to buy corn. Jftdgo Potter ot Gainesville was looking after his Interest on his ranch yesterday. Messrs. Churchmen .tjd Cox went to Gainesville yesttrduy on business. Dr. Harrington oi Thackervlllo waa In town yesterday. Lestor Lambert and wlto woro vis iting relatives hero this week. Dr. Mathows went to Marietta to day. Somo one entered tho school houso and stolo or borrowed soveral books. It is hoped that thoy will kindly re turn them when thoy get through with, them. Mrs. Tcnery Is visiting J. T. Bondu rant this week. Tho farmors aro about up with their work In this neighborhood. WARNING ORDER. In tho United States commissioner' court la too Indian Territory, South ern district: L. B. Adams plaintiff vs. Mrs. M. L. Malnes defendant Tho defendant, Mrs. M. L. Malnoa, Is warnod to appear In this court In thirty days and anBwor tho complaint of tho plaintiff, L. B. Adams. Witness my hand tills 2nd day of April, 1003. T. N. IIOBNETT, U. S. Commissioner. Cruco, Cruco & Bloakmoro, attor neys. Sam II. Butler, attornoy for noa resident defendant. First published April 3, 1J03. Nothing Better for Supper. Hot bread and rolls ovcry evening at Sploglo's Bakory. - 26-tf. Licensed to Wed. J oo Edwards and Mlnnlo Hickman, Ardmorc. . John Draper and Lula McLaughlin, Durwood. Sllllmnn Woodward, Odollo, Nob.. nnd Dolla M. Dont, Marietta. To Cure a Cold In One Day Tako Laxattvo Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tho money If It falls to cure. IS. W. Grove's signature Is on each box. 25c. The Coming Picnic. All subordlnato and Robokah lodges In tho surrounding community havo been solicited by lotter and othorwlso to fall into lino and assist in making tho big Odd Fellows basket picnic out at '"Tater Hill" near Provcnco, a suc cess, on tho occasion of tholr anni versary, on Monday, April 27. Wo understand that a very flno program Is bolng arranged far this dato, and It Is thought that a very largo attond anco will bo presonL Every ono Is oxpected to bring a box or basket ot somothlng good to oat, enjoy tho tlmo happily and havo a good timo generally. Evorybody is Invited whoth or thoy aro Odd Follows or not. Tho nations prldo, standard rotary thuttlo sowing machines, at WEEKS BROS'. Practical Tinners and Plumbers. VARNING ORDER. In tho United States court in thq In dian Torrltory, Southern district: Tiunlo Dill, plaintiff, vs. C. W. Dill, defondant. C559. 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 Hon. Hosca Townsond, judgo of said court, and tho seal there of this 0th day of April, 1003. C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. J. S. Mullen, attornoy. J. II. Mathers, , attorney for non resident. ' First published April 0, 1903. Paul Jones Ryel Wo will send you four full quart bot tles of Paul Jonoa' Jockoy Club Bye Whisky, 8 years old, for $4 and will pay express charges. Try it and If you aro not satisfied send It back at our oxponso and your $4 will bo re turned by next mall. JUst think that offer over. How could it bo fairer? If you aro not pprfoctly satisfied you aro not out a cent. Bottcr lot us send you a trial order. Yours for business, W. S. WltlGHT & CO., Gainesville, Toxas. North Cmmorco street. Phono No. 135. P. O. Box 12. d&t. Warning Order. In the United States Court in tho In dian Torrltory, Southorn District: Vady Raymor plaintiff vs. Goo. Ray raor, defendant. No. 5,550. Tho defendant Geo. Raymer 1b warned to appear In this court In thir ty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Vady Rayraor. Witness, Hon. Hoeoa Townsend, Judgo ot said court nnd tho soal thero of this 3d day of April, 1903. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL. Herbert, Walker & Cannon AttyB. Sam Butler, Atty Non-Realdent. Fiwt published April 3, 1903. Farms Wanted. Wo want to buy farms. Wo havo Choctaws who wish to tako their al lotments in Chickasaw nation. See us at once, as land offlco opens April 15, when all citizens holding land In ox- coss ot their allotment and all non cttlens holding lands at all will havo to glvo thorn up, and this year's renU will also bo lost to them. Tako no chances If you want to savo somothlng out of your farms. 20d&wtt ROBERTS, POLAND & BRUCE, Blind fools go Into blind pools. Warning Order. In tho Unltod States Commissioner's Court la Uio Indian Torrltory, South orn District, at Ardmoro. Mormon Prultt and II. M. Carr plaintiffs, vs. M. D. Glllcsplo (Gloapy) ct al., defendants. Tho defendant M. D. Gillespie (Glaspy) is warned to appear in this court In thirty dayo and answer tho complaint of tho lplantlffs, Momon Prultt and II. M. Carr. Witness my hand this 27th day of March, 1903. (Seal.) T. N. ROBNETT, U. S. Commissioner. Cruco, Cruco & Bleakmoro, Attya. S. H. Butler, Atty for Non-Rosldent Defendant. First published March 27, 1903. Warning Order. In tho Unltod Statos Court in tho In dian Torrltory, Southorn District. Balllo Anglo pltutlff vs. II. O. Angle defcudnnt. No, 5,654, Tho defendant II. Q. Anglo la warnod to appear In this court In thir ty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff Salllo Anglo. Witness, Hon. Hosea Townsend, Judgo of said court and tho seal there of this 6th day of April. 1903. O. M. CAMPBELL, Clork. F. E. Riddle, Attornoy. D. B. Crutchor, Atty for Non-Real- dont Defendant. First published April 6, 1903. Fish and fun como your way when you use our Ashing tackle. WILLIAMS, COWIN & OO.