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WE WISH VOU - n MM1 u fl i 1 c 1 Nine! WE ALL HAVE CAUSE TO REJOICE I I Hi? trtnc nlfl f;ir nf 15HW is fsist driiwinirto ;i t'losi. liko ;i ut.iikI old shit) she is swccoinir into port laden with her iovs ntul sorrows. smifMstn I and disappointments. To tlie BURTOK-PEEL DRY GOODS CO. this has been a year of marked success. It lias witness ed he successful opening of some of our largest stores, it has marked the banner year's business among all our stores and especially so in our Ardmore business. k u We started out to make this the best year's business in our career and our success has by far exceeded uir most sanguine expectations l?or this we arc very thankful and feel that our foundation stone of "One Price," "Spot Cash," mupled with mr motto. "Divide the Profits With the Customers," arc both understood and appreciated by the people. KEEP YOUR EYE OPEN Don't be led oft with little "Jim Crow" schemes, the woods are full of "something for nothing'" tricks, and "catch penny" side shows. The fact is that no hotisr in Ard more, whether lare or small, can stand the hot shot we have been pouring into them; they cannot meet our prices in the open and are compelled to cry "cost sale" or some other old, worn out chestnut. No house can sell goods at cost and pay expenses. Hew are of all such monkey business and trade with the house that marks goods in Plain Kku-rks, not only in special sales, but every da) in the year. Take a look through our house and you will be convinced that you can buy NEW, CLEAN, DE SIR ABLE & GOODS Our Ghristmas Gift ...SPECIAL Will Continue During This Week, Elegant line of BLANKETS AND COMFORTS go at 25 o Off Entire Line SHIRT WAISTS will go at -4 off 2r. mid nSc- Ladies' Belts :it 15c Mir Ladies' Belts fia at 25c Tjc and $1 Ladle' Belts - :ii 50c I. allien' Tailor Made Sun.- -it taut CLOTHING al :!. pi-r cii;t on To these specials w will add our en-tin- lino LADIES' COLORED r.ILK PETTICOATS at EXACTLY HALF PRICE. $7.50 made no at $:t.7f $10 urado ro at 5.00 512..V) Krado j?o at 0.25 $15 s?rado i: at 7.50 licuutlful line now xtyles In DRESS f- LANNELETTE the 10c made will ro during tills week ut 7 1-2e AS A CHRISTMAS PRESENT wo would miKKORt n pair of those elegant $10 CALIFORNIA BLANKETS now on sale at $7.50 Ono of Uin-,e beautiful $10 DOWN COMFORTS now roIiik at $7.50 A $12.50 LADIES' FUR which we arn xi'lllllK at $8.00 One or our COLD HANDLED SILK PARASOLS. An eli-Kant lrea 1'attern which we are now srlllliK al spoclnl price. Some ot I hone iiulnlte TABLE LINENS.. LUNCH CLOTHS etc.. the Kind to l- hnd only of Ilnrlou-I'eel. A LiulleH' PURSE or CHATELINE. Something In our eloBuut line NECKWEAR or MUFFLERS, the noli Incut tliltiK ever shown In Ardmore. Ono of those bountiful MO QUET RUGS now golnn at $1 to $4 In fact you have hut to Blanco around you In our store to find dome thing nlco nnd appropriate to gladden the. heart of some friend or loviM ono. Kvory day brlnH some new novelty to our Htore If wo nro out today we will possibly have It tomorrow. 0 8 0NE $itmPatfAd(h m PRICE mmmMScmxm GASH DIM 4-eilEHI -HBHi4-illllHl for what Is asked for the traxh of fered elsewhere. A":tin we wish you a tnerr) Christinas, 4 Q"9'Q9$'G OYSTERS AND HOT CHOCOLATE CHRISTMAS BOXES AND BASKETS WORTH $1,000. No Matter What Your Tastes Are, You Can Be pleased at Kahn's. Still Serving Popular Drinks and His Parlors Crowded. The most delightful holiday goods in tho city are at Julius Kuhn'a era fecttonory. Ho has nlmost $1 0')0 in ested In lino Christmas boxes mcne. Tho collection Is tho most heaiit'ful ever soon nnywhoro. No nia'.'er w.'int you dosdro In the way of a flno Christ was box or basket of candy yr.i ran llnd It at this popular store. Mr. Kahn's fountain is also In lull blast and tho carbonated drlnkd that have made his store famous are still being served. His parlors tiro tilled with tho eiltc of tho city. They are- tho only parlors in tho city whore wlUi porfect lmpun ity you may tnko your lady friends. Hero you arc served oysters or hot chooolato prepared after tho most popular mannor. For the most, popular drinhs go to Kahn's fountain. For oysters and hot chocolate so to Kahn's parlor. Tor the finest California fruits anil Christmas candles go to Kahn's con-lertloncry. WARNING ORDER. In tho United States District court In tho Indlnn Territory, Southern dis trict. Stella May Triiolovo, plaintiff, vs. Clarence Triiolovo, defendant. no 3707. Tho dol'ondant, Clarence Triiolovo. is wnrned to npponr In this court In thirty days nnd answor tho complaint or tho plaintiff, Stella Mny Truoiove Witness tho Hon. Hosea Townsenil, Judge of said court and Uio seal thereof, this 23d day of November, 1903 C. M. CAMPHBL.U (Seal) Clerk Crucc, Cruco & llleakmoro, attor neys. Sam II. llutler, ntromoy for non resident. First published Nov. 24. 1903. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. In tho United StntCB District Court, Southern District, Indian Territory. In tho nmttor of John D. Douglaw, bankrupt. In bankruptcy. No, 70. To tho Hon. HoBea Townsend, Judge of the district court of the Unlto States for tho Southern district of tho Indian Territory. John D. Douglass, In the Southern district, Indian Territory', in said dis trict, respectfully roprcsonts that on Uio 7tU day ot January, 1903, last past, too was duly adjudged bank rupt midor the act of congress relating to bankruptcy; that ho has duly sur rendered all his property and rights of property, and has fully compiled with all tho requirements of said act anil of the orders of the court touch ing his bankruptcy. W'uereforo ho prays that bo may bo decreed by tho court to have n full discharge from nil dobts provable against his estate undor said bank ruptcy acts oxcopt such dobta ns are exempt by law from such discharge. Dated this 3d day of Deccinbor, A. I)., 1903. JOHN D. DOUGLASS, Bankrupt. Southern District of tho Indian Terri tory, ss. On this 3d day of December, A. D 1903, In Toadlng tbn foregoing petition It is ordered by tho court that a hear ing be had on tho same on the 4th day of January, A. D., 1904, before said court at Ardmoro, In Bald district, at 9 o'clock In tho forenoon; and that notice bo published In tho Dally Ardmoroitc, a nowspapor printed in said district, and thnt nil known crod- Itors and other porous in intorost may appear at tho said tliui? and place and show cause, if any they have, why tho prnyor of said petitioner should not bo granted. And it is furth er ordered by tho court that tho clerk shall sond by mall to all known cred itors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them at their place of residence as stated. Witness tho Hon. Hosoa Townsoud, Judge of said court and seal thereof at. Pauls Valley, in said district, on the 3d day of December, 1903. (Soal) S. H. WOOTTON, Deputy Clerk, Pauls Valley. First published Deeenibor 4, 1903. TUSSY. Special Correspondence1. Tussy, I. T.. Dec. 22. The weather ban been pleasant tho past week. The farmers are almost done gather ing their crops. Dr. Hnll from Mnrlow was among our vlsl(ors this week. Tho doctor will probably locate hore. Tlu Odd Fellows havo bought the public hall nt this placo nnd will or ganize a lclgc In a short time. Kev. Snow from Alma preached to us Sunday. Shareholders' Meeting. There will bo a meeting of the shareholders of tho City National Hank of Ardmore, 1. T at tho otuce of said bank, hotween the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., on (lie socoud Tues day In January, the same being tho 12th day of tho month, for Uio purposo of electing seven directors to serve tho ensuing year. A. H. PALMKH, Cashier. Ardmore, Dec. 12, 1903. Il-tl2 Warning Order. In the United States court at Ard more. in tho Indian Torritory, South ern District: Delhi Murifiy plaintiff vs. Charlie Murray dcl'oudaiiL' No. 5,090. Tho defendant Charllo Murray Is warned to nppear In this court In thir ty days nnd answer the complaint of tho plaintiff, Delia Murray. Witness, Hou. Ilosen Townsend, Judgonf said court and the sent thereof tills 19th day of Novomber, 1903. (Seal) C. M. CAMPIIULU Clerk. Ily W. S. CllOCKKTT, Dep Clerk. H. M. Carr, Attornoy. J. C. Graham, Attorney for Non Itesldont Dofendant. First published Nov. 23, 1903. A BALLOT BOX WHERE EVERYBODY CAN VOTE UNTIL CHRISTMAS. The Result Will Bring Happiness and Sunshine to the Children. Voter for Your Favorite Sunday School. O. flutes has put In a llrst-elass con fectionery at Spolgle's Ilnkery whero ho has on salo tho llnest Christmas cnudlos, roasted peanuts nnd pop corn, cigars, otc, and ho offers thr following plan to give away n snug sum In cxwh to make tho children of tho Sunday schools happy at their Christmas tree on Christmas eve. With every purchaso of 25 cents you aro given a tlckot that may ho voted for your Sunday school. On tho morn ing of December 24 ono person from each Sunday school will take part in counting tho votes, Tho school re ceiving the greatest number of votes will receive 10 per cent of tho'nmount paid for all Uio tickets voted. My now pennut roaster cost almost $1,000 and to sco It Is worth a visit to the store. C. O. & G. EXCURSION HATES. Annual meeting Southt-n Klnca tlonal Association. Atlanta. Ga . De-.-2(i and 27, 1903. Kate $TJ.n. Holiday excursion rates to the southeast and west. On sale Doc. 19, 20, 21 and 2C. 1903. One faro plus $2. Holiday excursion to points on Hue of C. O. &. G rnllwny. Seo ticket agont. Dates of sale December 24, 25 and "1 nnd January 1. W. A. DASHIKLL, Ticket Agt. I Subscribe for the Ardmorottw. The War Cry. Tho Salvation Army War Cry tills week Ix an oxcellont edition. Accom panylngl ,t la a lxjautlful lithograph Ir. colors of Mrs. Hooth Tucknr, whoso sad death In a railroad accident shock ed tho entire country. This picture, worth 25 cents, will bo given gratuit ously to every buyer of tho War Cry. Tho Ardmoro conUngent Is in tho Held for tho prize competition nnd re quest that a liberal support bo oxtend ed them. It's only 5 cents and they only ask for ono thousand buyers. Will you take a ftsw copies? All staple stock goods kept on hand by continuous receipts. NOIjAND & HOU.INS. St. Louis &. San Francisco Railway. Holiday excursion rates to tun southwest nnd west. On salo Doc. 19, 20, 21 and 2C. ltato ono fare plun $2.00. W. A. DASHIUM., T. A. Election Notice, On Tuesday. January 12, 1904, bo twen the hours of 10 a. in. and 4 p. ni there will be a meeting of the fchareholdem of the First National Hank of Ardmore at their olllce In Ardmoro, I. T., for tho puriK)ge of electing directors to servo for tho en suing year. C. I,. ANDKUfaON, 1G-U2 Cashier The Fatted Calf 13 KILLED And the Pork and Fat Fowls are Ready for the Oven, Ah meats nro this leaders in aumituous dimiorsi so our market ia the central mart for ments- Oilr specialties are: Tender Roasts, Juicy Steaks, Fat Veal, Fat Baking Hens and all Fowls and ivieats for Holidays? GYRUS PYC.ATT, Manager, d Storage Meat Market Col Winter Tourist Rates TO THE Sunny South t VIA Subscribe for tho Ardmorolto. Warning Order. In the United States court In the Indian Territory, Southoni dlBtrlct. I'arliu & Orendorft Co., plaintiff, vs J. S. Hocho ot al., defendant. No. CC92. Tho defendants, S. S. Hue and Lee (lambill aro warned to appear In thla court in thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaint I IT. Parllu & OiendorlT Co. WltnesB Hon. Hosiea Towii&cad. Judne, this 28th day of Novcmbor, 1903 C. M. CAMPHRM., ClorU, (Seal) Thos. Norman, attorney. S. H. llutler, attornoy for non-rel-denL First published Nov. 2D, 1003. Ticket, on sale riailj until April 30, 11)04, to the prioipal Winter Keaorts of Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, South Carolina, Louiaiaua and Texas. Return limit June 1, 1901. Full details on application. C. V. STKAIf, XDIv. I'ass. AKent,t-l Wichita, Kan. The Building Demand Never ceases to call for first class labor aud material, as hotter and more costly houses are beinir built To meet this we employ only first uld.ss workmen in our factory aud usa the best of material. Anything that outers iuto tho outside or inside of any kind of a building; can be quickly aud promptly supplied by M Ardmore Sashand Door Fafitwy, ARDMORE, I, T.