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WE ARE VERY THANKFUL
t i 1 trading public, and we arc more determined that the Values offered by this house shall eclipse anything shown in Ardmore. ME day of Thanksgiving should appeal with peculiar force to every American citi.eu, standing as he docs in the pure light of liberty, the T scope of which is enjoyed by no other nation on the globe. We arc thankful, first, to the Supreme and All Wise Ruler of the Universe, who "5? declared that all men ateequal and who inculcated in the human heart the never dying spirit of liberty. We are thankful to our forefath- ers who fought and died that their posterity might enjoy this blessed boon. We arc thankful to our heads of irovernmcutQtoday who. with isV jealous care are guarding this sacred principle. We arc also thankful to the grand army of men. women and children who have contribu ted, by their patronage, to the building up of the mammoth business now enjoyed by the Hurton-Pccl Dry Goods Co., which we are proud, to say is second to none in Ardmore or the Indian Territory. . We arc more than ever convinced that honest advertising and fair dealing is appreciated by the THANKSGIVING DINNER IS NOT COMPLETE UNLESS YOUR LIN ENS ARE THE .... "Famous Burton-Peel Kind," I Micrcforc we offer pecial inducements this week m thin m:- f4 in. Unit Blenched Tnblo Dnmask the re culnr oT) cent vnluu ThnnksKivinp; J 4 -price u 58 in pure Blimehnil Table Diuuiisk others cut 3oc for it. TlinnksRivint; J 4 -price & 72 in. Unlf Blenched Table Dumiisk sold elsewhere tit 75c. TlinnkeKivinp; IQf price 0 v 72 i'i puro Linen Satin Damask the best valii'M-ver shown in the citv, threo (Ipsiros. these are the cream of the Burton Peel Linens and our price has never beeu less than $1 50 pcrnnl, ro in tins ThnnkfRivniR sale at. . . 70 in. pure Linen Satin Dnmusk n $1.25 vnlno and worth the price. Thanks-no you Bookfold Napkins $2.00 grade, our 1 lianksRiviiiR )nce $1.69 rivihr price. One piece only special finish pure Linen Satin Dnninsk a Rennine $,!J.OO value, will ro as a apccinl ThnnksRiviiiR Q'J 1Q ofTeriuR at $L0 J Satin Dainnsk Table Sets, $8.50 grade in this ThauksRiviiiR sale $6.89 Bookfold Satin Damask Nnpkius Q'l i $:M)0 grade. ThanksciviiiR price. )40 O Bookfold Satin I )Mninsk Napkins Q i no $4.1)0 gradt. Thanksgiving price )t). O FUINUHI) NAPKINS NHpkins to match. Special Per dozen ".".$1.25 $3.29 Bookfold Nnpkius 17x17 a 75c value Clr in this sale per dozen 0 OL Bookfold Napkins 1.00 grade iu this n Q Thanksgiving sale only OL The 50c grade go at , 39c IDC Ode it ii ii i, Pure Sntin Damask Towels, Knotted Fringe, colored border, 22x45, our $1.00 Q-J-teller, go during this wick per pr-. OOC We will also have on sale during our Thanksgiving Sale a special display of White Counterpanes at prices much below their value. Be sure to secure jour share of iliese special vnluea- $1.00 $1.25 93c ....$1.13 Fringed Linon Towels 18x117, our .10c seller go at per pnir :23c Bookfold Napkins &1.50 grade, our Thanksgiving price $1,33 Linen Damask Towuls, 2:1x48, kontted fiinge, colored border, our 70c seller go in C "J r our Thanksgiving sale per pair O OL Extra Snfinial fnr Mon ! M - - - - W W W W IIIWII During this week we will put on sale 50 PAIIt IDEAL PATHNT LKATI1MR SUOHS extension sole, dull kid top, our $4.00 seller, they will go iu this ThnnkSRiTiiig & -) An Sale at t)0.UU KEEP TIN MIND our big reduction sale on Clothing is still in full force. We wish you a happy Thanksgiving. ON ICE i" iniT'iTi nr 1 1 TtfiWililnlin iifT f H IT CASH. &&9 Vr XV VV.- W.V: M. Aj LIST OF PETIT JURORS. For the December Term of District Court at Ardmore, 1003. KoIIowIhk Is Uio list oC potit Jiuors :ind Rlternates clioKen by tlio Jury comralBsloners for tlio Hecember term ot the United StuU'H court at Ard more, which will convene Monday, De cember 21. J. ,1. Klundorn, Mnrlctta. A. U. Mayhew, Anlmoro. U. M. Cason, llurwyn. A. S. Uurnoy, Mariotta. . W. T. Cnlr. F.nrl. J. C. Kaiist, Springer. J. Tumor, Uurnoyvlllo. W. .1. Dealiln, Sprlagor. A. I'. Taylor, Horwyn. Scott McKlnnoy, Marietta. V. N. Gcnn, Ardmoro. O. K Allen, Springer. Pel) Ornliam, Hob. 11. Klllott, Artlmorc. .1. T. Carson, Bcrwyn. .1. W. Owens, Marstlen. .M. M. Unnncr, Overbrook. B. C. Wells. Uerwyn. Olnk Orr. Holder. C. C. Roberts, Earl. E. U Jones, Mannsvlllo Jcrso Holland, TliackorvlUo. .1. 11. Mills. Olonn. It. P. Short. Doughcrtj'. Alternates. ' A. U. Hoblnson, Mariotta. Ed Hyrd, Ardmoro. J. W. Medley, Dainn. .1. It. Crimes, Uarn'-yvilio John Gaunt, l)no Prove Joe Akers, Woodford. J. II. Hushes. IU1 I. 11. Host, Ardmore. D. L. Dodson. llorwvn Allison Keller, Holder. W. It. lUKram, llaUUon J. C. Clinton, 'once W. h. HaKan .1. V. Taylor, Ed No tile, jury commU- mersi Warning Order. In the United States court at Ard- more. In the Indian Territory, souin- ern District: IMIa Murifiy plaintiff vs. Charlio Manny dofeudnnt. No. 5,099. Tlio defendant Charllo Murray is warned to appear In this court in Uilr- ty days ami answer tlio complaint of tlio plaintiff. Delia Murray. Witness, Hon. Hosea Townsend. judsetrf said court and the son! thereof thlat l'JUi day of November. 1003. (Seal) C. M.-CA.MP1I13LL, Clork. lly W. S. CROCKETT, Dep Clork. II. M. Carr, Attorney. .1. C. Craham, Attorney for Non- Resident Dofeudnnt. First published Nov. 1003. Moon Bros', buggies always glvo good value for your money. Noblo nros. See them. Cured Consumption. Mrs. W. 13. Evans, Clearwator, ICns., writes: "My husband lay sick for three months. Tho doctors said that ho had quick consumption. Wo pro cured a bottle of Ballara'a Horchound Syrup, and It cured him. That was six yoarB ago. Sinco then wo have always kept a bottle in tho house. Wo can not do without it. For coughs nud colds It has no equal." 25c, 50c and $1 at W. 13. Frame's. Iron Beds To oxchaago for wood bods. Now nnd second-hand stoves from BOc to $30. U D. MASON, The Second-Hand Maa Bargains In watches, chains, rings, diamonds and novelties at jg.tr IJULAUD'S. When a homely woman has her photograph taken she acts as ir she considered the artist responsible for lior looks. Stoves fo tho parlor, st ts for tte sitting room, stoves tor the kit chen, stovos for tho ofnee, and stoves for less money than others ask at Williams, Corhn & Cos. You tt more for your money In heatlnR and cook stoves at Spraglns' than any other plac. He sells the Leader and the Garland. Can you think of better stoveet Not a Sick Day Since. "I was taken sovorely sick with kid iiov tmulilo. I tried all sorts of mod Icincs, none of which relieved me. Ono nay I saw an au. or your mocirio uu tnru mill ilntnrmluiiil to try that. Aftor tnl.-lnir n fow ilnKIIS I ffllt ruliUVCd. and soon thorcafter was entirely cured r.r.d have 'not ceen a si 'ii any biucc. I-.lglibor3 of niT.e have joou cured of ,)itnninllcni non ml nln . Ilvpv nnrl kid- noy troubles and general doblltty." This Is what II. F. Bass or lTomont, N. C, wrlttw. Only 50c nt City Drug Store, w. II. fTame. LOCAL MARKET8. (By M. Felker.) Tho followlug nro tho prevailing prices paid for produce today: Whout 7Gc. OaU 33(TJ3Ee. Hay $C.00t8.00. Corn 10c. Sweet potatoes per bn. 50 to 75c. Butter 20c. Poultry. (By William Nowninn.) Ducks Por dozon. $2.00. Turkeys Gross, 5c. Geoso Full lenthored, $4. Hons Por doxen, $2.50. Frying chickens $1.50 to $2. Eggs Por dozon 20c. Dry Hides 8 11c. Green hides 3-lc. Live Stook. (By Cold Storage Market.) Fat cows (gross( cwt. .$1.75 to $2.00 Fat calves $3,000)5.00 Fat sheep, per head $2.00$3.00 Fat hogs (gross) 100 ttis. .$4.50$5.00 5$ On Subscrlbo for the Ardmorcite. Telephono B. V. Honson at Colemati Plumbing Co. for estimates on plumb ing of any kind. Phone 135. 15-tf Best Liniment on Earth. Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. city water works, Shnllsbnrg, Wis., writes: "I have tried many kinds of liniment, but I have never received much bone fit until I used Ballard's Snow Unl mcnt for rheumatism and pains. I think It the best linlraanton oarth." 25e, 50c and $1 at Y. B. Frame's. For Exchange. New folding bods for second-hand goods of all grades, such as wood or Iron beds. L. D. MASON, Mm. Tho Second-Hand Man. Skates! Skates! Skates! A Handsome Pnir of Skates for the Boy or Girl! Boys ii tul girl, it you want some winter fun. take ndvantnk'c f out proposition, as follows: UnCr Any boy or tilrl who wi'l se cure ten new Buhierlljfrs for The Ram-as Cltv ooklv Journal, at 25o por year each, making a total of $2 50, acd win Bona us aiiei oi i lie names, together with tho money wo will ship to ills or her sddrcaa, express alutrgos prepaid, a hand somo pair of skates! 'ir Do not fall to stale the size of shoos you wear, that wo may know the size ot skate to ship you. Biier Boys and ems, hero is a chance to Ret a nice present. There l no better fun than skat ing on the Ice in winter. It makes you healthy, happy and o,ontcntcd. tar Send money by iiostofTtee or dcr or draft, and advlso an of the name of vour express office, ud addros all communications tc Tho Kansas Olty Journal, Kansas City, Missouri. ear Send for sample copies of the Weekly for canvassing. ARDMORE & BOSTON COMPANY, Capatai Stock - - - $500,000. Organized under the laws of the District of Columbia, t Certificate filed with the Clerk of the United States Court at Ardmore. ' DIRECTORS: Arthur D. Hyde, Keller, I. T. Astley Atkins, Winthrop Mass. J. Percy Wade, Catonsvillc, Md. Rollin F. Foster, Wollaston, Mass. Thos. A. McCormick, Roslindale, Mass. Chas. F. Richards, Cambridge, Mass. James. A. Black, Washington, D. C. TkkasurKk: Rollin F. Foster, Room 715; 131 State Street, Boston, Mass. cy y This company was formed for the purpose of drilling flfor 1 on the Rector property oil N. R. M Sec. 19 T 3 S R 2 W ' ' S. E. M Sec. 18 T 3 S R 2 W N y. Sec. 18 T 3 S R 2 W "This company now has on the Rector property, a Star Drill with tools and a camp outfit. Drilling will commence by October 15th, and we expect to have within six months, a paying proposition," Subscriptions to the stock of this company may be had at 10 cents -er share. At this price all subscribers get stock at the same price as the directors and promoters. Every dollar paid in this company goes to actual development. There are no salaries, rake offs, or steals, and the directors pledge themselves to the proper use of the company's funds. Subscriptions may be sent to the Home Office in Boston, or to Arthur D. Hyde, Keller, I. T.