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I WELCOME TO THCaRtJTvauI
elcome to Ardmore's Largest and rsssiv - ?irv -xptcting large crowrl. We anticipate a nice business, livery man, woman and child attending the Carnival SHOULD VISIT OUR STORE, because we will hav on sale this wink an array ..f Mi.rchandi.s- whose values have newr btic cqu.i'.l in the Indian Territory. Our Eastern buyer is constantly on watch kr goods offered under value and we are therelor- ibU to place b fore our trade, season tble Merchandise at much below the regular price. "Forward is the Burton-IV I Motto." Our "Cnrnival Sale" will be a hummer because the prices are red hot. m mm Host Frog e Storeys---- A few pieces nil . ol storm Serjfe, UG J r in. Willi', a 50e fItf. noes at .. Z-OL y(J00 yards Totclion 1 . -ce unit Insertion, 1 to 3 u ehes wide, a 10 value, for this Wi'i'k on 1 at 5c 2f00'tnrds Totulion 1. i-e and Insertion, any piece iu the lot wnr.li 12, to 15c O pfr yard, pr.es in thi sale at - OL These IjiioCj file not the leavings of last senson, but bran new Roods. Not a yard havinj: been sold fiom any piece. Extra Special. We have too many Ladies' Tailored Suits and the season is advancing-. We want to sell them during Carnival week, and the following prices will move them: Lot No. 1 Ladies' $G 00 and $7.50 Tailor ed Suits will ko in this s.tle Lot No. 2 Ladies' $S 60 and tf AO $10 Tailored Suits will go at 0.7 O Lot No. 3 Ladies' $12 50 and t( Ql) $15 Tailored Suits will ro at pV.O 7 Lot No. Ladies' $17.50 and d f 4 fQ $20 Tailored Suits at J 1 1 .70 1 lot 40c Wash Silk, white and col- 'l') Jur ors, durinp; this week L L 2 L 1 lot 50c Wush Silk, white and col- "J(lr ored, corded, rocs at O L Shoes. 1 lot Cliiliireu'-i oil itain Shoes, a cond thoi' for oven il '.v km vice, 7ftV, S5c and r n $1 crudes all co at OUC Women's pebble cinin ai d box calf Shoes, Rood wenters, $1 Riado at exactly rn half price ....... 0UC Ladies' DoiiRola Shoes, lace or button, put tent tip, a Si. 50 value J QQ Men's satin calf Shoes, solid leather, ithers Ret $2 for thi'in and they are tf 4 r worth it, we make the price p I . 0U I nderwear. Lndifs' rilibid and lleeced Vents, R) l - Ladies' t'liion Suits, worth .'trie, now Children's Union Suits, :15c Riade, at - 15c 25c 25c Outing Flannel. The 5c Rrade rocs iu this sale at ,3c Beautiful Waist Silks, t yard patterns, Persian offeets at Exactly Half Price. Remember we have no "Baits," our prices are bonalide and every customer ets the same cnrwlft jit the snnift nrife. Your friends, ne Price. m mi mi m rm ar t ra aj m w iw is or r Spot Cash. WICHITA MOUNTAINS. A Government Report to Be Made oa Mineral Resources. Norman. Okla., Oct. 1!7. There is l-erharis no ono In Oklahoma who has vatched Uio mining developments in the Wichita mountains with Broator interest than Professor Could of the university at Norman. Ho accompa nied a party througli and around the mountains, preparing a geological mai of tho region. Uio year of the opening o tho Kiowa country, and since then ho has visited various parts of tho mountains a number of times and has endeavored to familiarize himself with actual conditions in that region. It has always been Professor Gould's opinion that whilo there was doubtless a small amount or various mineral.! gold, silver, copper, etc. la tho mountains that the amount actually tnorn was not as great as indicated by reports sent out by promoters. When questioned by a roiwrter re vnnilnc tho work of tho government expert. Mr. If. F. Bain of the United States geological survey, who is con ducting some Investigations in tho mountains, Professor Gould said: "1 am very glad-that tho government hns nt last taken hold of tho matter. If there Is mineral of commercial value In tho Wlchltas it is time It is being put .ou tho market. No one doubts il-ut thoro aro small quantities of mineral In theso mountains as In inc t In almost all rocks on the earth's onist. but from my observations the geological conditions there aro "ot inch as would indlcato tho presence! of any considerable amount of either gold, silver or copper." LOCAL MARKETS. SANTA FE EXCUHSIONS. (13y M. Felker.: Tho following aro the prevailing prices paid for produce today: Wheat G570c. Oats 305?3Gc. Hay ?C.00$8.00. Corn 3237o. Sweet potatoes per bu. 50 to 7Cc. Butter 1C 2-302Oc. Poultry. (By William Newman.) Ducks Per dozen. $2.00. Turkoys Gross, Cc. Goose Full feathored, $3 to $5 doz. Hens Per dozen, $2.00. Frying chickens $1.50f 1.7G. Hggs Per dozen 12Vc. Butter Per pound, 202Ge. Dry Hides 8 11c. Green Hides 45i4c. Live Stock. (By Cold Storago Market.) Fat cows (gross( cwt. .$1.7S to $2.00 Fat calves $3.005.00 Pat sheep, per head $2.00j$3.00 Fat hogs (gross) 100 lbs. .H.DU$5.00 Slaglo Statehood (.'Invention, South V.cAlcster Oct. 25. Hato $1.03. Annual couvcutiou Interstate Mis sisslpi)i Hlver Improvement and Levy Assoclatloa, New Orleans, La., Oct. 25 and 20. Itato $19.65. Slnglo statehood convention, South McAlester, Oct. 2C. Kate $4.05. Second-class Settlers' rate to Cali fornia Sopt. ID to Nov. 30. Itato $25. . National Livestock Association, Chicago, 111., Nor. 23 to 30. Itato Itato $27.40. See ticket agent for summer tour ist rate. W. A. DASHIE1.L, Ticket Agnt. Sin wears a doligiiifil face but alter all, It Is only a .nasi; Behind the (lowers aro thorm: an 1 behind I lie smiles a grinning ikchuon. Suhserlb for the Arrtmor1t That beautiful, full nickel plated Charter Oalc heater at Williams, Corlm & Co.'s would be pleasing to tho eye In Tho mo3t c-lahoratol furn ished p.uior in the ilty A Cure for Dyspsp.a.i. I had dyspepsia in it worst form nd felt mlsnraUe most all of the time. Did not enpy call,'.? until af ter I used Kodol Dyspa,.i..v Cure, which has completely cured iae. Mrs. W. W. Saylor, Hlll'ard, Pa No appe tite, loss of strength, aei ousneas, headache, constipation, Lad brcata, sour risings, Indlgestlou, dyspeps a .and nil stomach troublos aro quickly cured by tho use of Kodol. Kodol rep resents tho natural juices of digestion combined with tho greatest known tonic and reconstructive proportlos. It cleanses, purifies and sw-etons tho stomach. Sold by all druggists. No nood of worrying over bad ktoves as long ns Charter Oaks aro ;ado. "Do your stove buying here. Vllllams, Corhn & Co. Thin furore as n Ana's a?e must bo designed to help the raiui of wo man s suffrage. She woul.l have la ttli her ago when jsho undcitoak to i te. Notice of First Meeting of Creditors. hi tho United States Court In tho In dian Territory, Southern district, at Pauls Valley: Iu Bankruptcy. In the niattor of B. E. Trone & Co., a co-iiartaorshlp composed of B. IS. Trone & M. T. .1. Capshaw. and U. 15. Tronu and M. T. J. Capshaw Individ ually, bankrupts, iu Bankruptcy. To tho creditors of B. R. Troue &. Co., 11.13. Trone and M. T. J. Capshaw Individually, of Sulphur, of Southern disrlct, aloresald, a baukrupt. Notice is hereby glvoa that ou tho 15tn day of October, 1903, the said II, U, Trone & Co., B. H. Trone and M.T.J. Capshaw individually was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and that tho first meeting of creditors will bo held at Pauls Valley, In tho Southern dis trict, Indian Territory, on the 2nd day of November, 1003, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, at which time and place said creditors may attend, provo their claims, appoint a trustco, ox amino Uio bankrupt and transact such othor business as may proporly come boforo said meeting, and at said meet ing a dividend will bo declared. YKHKER E. TAYOIt, Ilefereo In Bankruptcy. First published Oct. 10, 1903. ursr the STAR Of HEALTH KODOL dlgesU what you eat. KODOL cleanses, purifies, strengthens and sweet ens the stomach. KODOL cur" Indigestion, dys- pepsla, and all stomach and bowsl troubles. KODOL accelerates the action ot the gastric glands and gives tons to the digestive organs. KODOL 'ellev an overworked stomach of all nervous strain, gives to the heart a full, free and untrammeled action, nourishes the nervous svsiem and feeds the brain, KODOL ls the wonde'f"l remedy ' that Is making so many sick people well and weak people' strong by giving to their bodies alfof the nourishment that Is contained In the food they eat'. Ttur Dealer Cm Supply Tou. Bottlei only. J 1.00 Ello holdlne 2 tlmai the trial Ui), which tells lor 50c. PRCFAREO ONLY BY E. C. DeWITT & CO., CHICAQO Notice. Letters testamentary on tho estnto of Katlo Turner, deceased, woro granted to tho undersigned, dated on tho 2d day of July, 1903, by tho Unit ed States court within and for the In illan Territory, Southern district, sit tiug nt Aril more. All persons having claims against said estate aro required io .-vlilim them, properly verified, for allowance, to the executor within one year after dato of said letters, or they may bo precluded from anybcnoflt in said estate; and if such claims be. not ex hibited within two years from the date of snld letters, thoy shall be forever barred and precluded from any bene fit from said estate. SAM NOBLE, Executor of Estato of Katlo Tur ner. Deceased. First published Sept. 13, 1903. Notice to Creditors. In tho District court of tho United States, for tho Southern district of tho Indian Territory. In tho matter of J. II, Clark, bank rupt, in Bankruptcy. To tho creditors of J. H. Clark of Jeffs, I. T.,. in a division of tho district a'oresald, bankrupt: Notico ls hereby giveu that on tho Iflth day of October, A. D. 1903, tho si.Id J. H. Clark was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and Hint tho llrsi meeting of said creditors will bo hold at Ada o tho 31st day of October, A. D. 1903, at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon, at which tlmo tho said creditors may attend, piovo their claims, appoint a trustee, examine tho bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. B. P. GIBBS, Ilefereo In Bankruptcy. First published Oct. 21, 1903. Sold by City Drug Store. Warning Order. In the United States Court Iu tho the Indian Territory, Southern District. Onlo E. Dale, plaintiff, vs. Hurl Dalo, defondnnt. No. 5581 . Tho defendant, Hurl Dale, is warned to appear m this court In thirty days and answer tho complaint of the plaintirf, Onlo E, Dale, Witness Hon. Hosea Townsend, Judge of said court and tho seal there of this 25"th day of April, 1903. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. J. J. Bates', Attorney. S. H. Butler, Attorney for Non rtesldcnt First published Oct 7, 19C3. Moon Bros', buggies always give good valuo for your money. Noble Bros. See them. LOOK FOR THE NATIONAL HALL & HILLIS, Tlie House Furnishers Uave jiict nctiivnl two carloads of Cook Stoves, ltniiKe?, Heaters, Stove Sundries mid Stove liepniis. These stoves are made' by tho ExeeUior Stove and MnMifnctniiuu Co.. jt uini'j- in , makers oi me Great National Stove Line. T Tl.fi-c Cook S'ovcs nnd Khiiim-s are utinrnnteed nirnitist liiv T eraekiiiL' and hiv not t xeelled by any make of hij;li?r pined r 'stows for ouiek cookitii' Imldimr ht.nt ilnmliiltrv n-1 ini.L-c. nnd the pticeH ure ns low hs rhenpr makes t all and s e f ' them. Ki?y payments Yuir old stove taken in I'xehani'e. V I Had & HilllS, Phone 104. 4" Kver.i Miing to keep liouge on. 3 -0 years in the S'ovo Repair btiBiiKs. 00 0 B 0 0000000000000 0 0000000 FELKER HAS MOVED. Now occupies the corner, opposite Noble Bros.' Hardware Store. ' Felker is always in the front with the best gro ceries and biggest stock. Hit's in Ardmore Felker, has it. If yqu are not using Regal Flour, buy a sack. It never disappoints. THE GROCER. rKE THE ARDMOREITE.