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I we: wish vou o WE ALL HAVE CAUSE JOIGE ft tiflPPYNEW- YEAR ? TO i ur New Year Bra HE good old year of 15)03 ia fast drawing to a close; like a grand old ship she is sweeping into port laden with her joys and sorrows, uccchsch and disappointments. To the BURTON-PEEL DRY GOODS CO- this has been a year of marked success. It has witness e.d the 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 a.i k..,.:.. - Wn ufiiHnii nut in mnUc thiK the best vear's business in our career and our success has by far exceeded (.ur I J fVIUUIUlV; UllBllltor". b. - fa fa" fa" - - most sanguine expectations For this we are very thankful and feel that our foundation stone of "One Price," "Sapot l,asia," coupled witn our motto, "Divide the Profits With the Customers," arc both understood and appreciated by the people. KEEP YOUR EYE OPEN Don't be led off with little "Jim Crow" schemes; the woods are full of "something for nothing" tricks; .and 'catch penny" side shows The fact is that no house in Ard more, whether large or small, can stand the hot shot we have been pouring into them; they cannot meet our prices in the open and arc compelled to cry -'cost sale" or some other old, worn out chestnut. No house can sell goods at cost and pay expenses. Iieware of all such monkey business and trade with the house that marks goods in Pkain Fioi'kiss, not only in special sales, but ever day in the year. Take a look through our house and you will be convinced that you can buy NEW, CLEAN, DE SIR ABLE 4 GOODS ill Continue During This Week, Elegant line of BLANKETS AND COMFORTS go at 0 Entire Line SHIRT WAISTS will Off v go at 1-4 off 21 and H5p Ladies' Belts go at 15c .Vic Ladles' Belts go at 2Bc ":.r ami $1 Ladles' Belts ; at Spc l.sdies' Tailor Made Su.tr t Inst week's prices CLOTHING at 25 per cent oft. To those spoclulH wo will add our en tire line LADIES' COLORED P.ILK PETTICOATS at EXACTLY HALF PRICE. $7.50 grade so at $8.75 flO grade go at K.OO $12.R0 grade so at fi.25 $15 grado gi: at 7.50 Hoautlful line new stylos In DRESS FLANNELETTE Uio 10c grade will go dtirniB this week nt. . . . 7 1-2c AS A NEW YEAR'S present use would suggest a pair of those elegant $10 CALIFORNIA BLANKETS now on sale at $7.50 Ono or the ' beautiful $10 DOWN COMFORTS now going at $7.50 A $12.50 LADIES' FUR which we arc selling nt $8.00 One of our GOLD HANDLED SILK PARA80LS. An elegant Dress Pattern whieh we are now selling nt special price Some of those oxqulslte TABLE LINENS.. LUNCH CLOTHS etc.. the kind to be had only of llurton-I'eel. A ladles' PURSE or CHATELINE. Something In our elegant lino NECKWEAR or MUFFLERS, the nob biest things over shown In Ard more. One of those beautiful MO QUET RUGS now going at $1 to $4 In fact you havo hut to glance around you In our storo to find some thing nice and appropriate to gladden tbo henrt of sonic friend or loved ono. Every day brings somo now novelty to our store. If wo nro out today wishing you a happy Now Year. t PRICE GASH ! 1 for what is asked for the trawh of fered elsewhere. Again we wish Happy New Year. Special Land Buyers' Excursion Will run to the now lands of Orecr county, Oklahoma, and other sections of tho great Southwost In November and December, via tho Frisco System. Aro you looking for rich and fortllo fanning lauds In tho Southwest which you can buy for ono-fourth to one tenth tho cost of lauds in tho Hast nnd North? They prduco ns much acre for ncro. Hero Is a chnnco to better your condition anil add a liberal amount to your poclrct-book. 'For full particulars aad special rail road rates apply at onco to H. S. Lemon, secretary Frisco Systoin Im migration Uureau, St. liuls, Mo. t-JSTl-1 More Buck's stoves aim ranges aro sold In the United State than aay other ono make. That Is a pretty good evidence that thny aro bettor clows, liny P-.cm from Noble llroa. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. Like a Comet In tho United States District Court, Southern District, Indian Territory. In tho mattor of John D. Douglnss, bankrupt, In bankruptcy. No. 70. To tho Hon. llosca Townscnd, Judge of the district court of tho Unlleo Statoa for tho Southorn district of tbo Indian Territory. John D. Douglass, in tho Southern district, Indian Torritory, In said dis trict, respectfully represents that on tho 7th dny of. January, 1903, last past, ho waB duly adjudged bank rupt under 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 nil tho requirements of said net and of tho ordors of tho court touch ing his bankruptcy. Wherefore ho prays that ho may bo decreed by Uio court to havo a full dlschargo from nil dobts provablo against his estato undor said bank ruptcy acta oxcopt such debts as art axempt by law from such dlschnrgo. Datod this 3d day of Docombor, A. D 1003. JOHN D. DOUGLASS, Bankrupt. famous remedy does for the stom ach that which It Is unabh to do for Itself, even If but silently disordered or overburdened. 1 11 IS U the star of health to the weak and weary despon- dsntdyspeptlc, curing all As l o m a c n ft troubles and dlgestlvo ii , disorders. 1 w at upplles t h e natural ltt(r. flf dlpexlton and I I doos tho work of tho r V,Y stomach, relaxing the I M nervous tension, wnnu 1 i' ;, the Inflamed muscles I S .ftttft " 1 WW and membranes ol that organ are allowed to . ... .1 1 1 t. fj Indigestion, flatulence, j.pilAIIVI, VI IIIW II w I I. nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying and strengthening the glands, membranes of the stom ach and digestive organs. Ttui Dtilcr Cm Sojplr Tra. Dottles onlr. Jl.00 SUa holding 2H ttmtt the trial sUa, which ulls (or 60c rremtd 19 c c Diu rrr t co.. caicAoe. lllMHHHMSHHHi Sold by all DrugftiaU. Shareholders' Meeting. Thc-ro will bo a meeting of tho shareholders of tho City National Hank of Ardmorn. I. T at the ofllco of said bank, between the hours of 10 a. in. and -I p. m.. on Uio second Tues day In January, tho sam'o being tho 12th dny of the month, for tho purposo of electing seven directors to serve tho onsulng year. A. H. I'ALMHIt, Cashier. Ardmore. Doc. 12. 1003. lt-112 Southorn District of tho Indlnn Torri tory. ss. 1 On this 3il day of Docomber, A. D., 1003, in reading tho foregoing potltiira It Is ordorod by tho court that a huar- lug bo had on Uio samu on tho 4th day of January, A. D., 1904, beforo said court nt Ardmoro, In said district, at 9 o'clock in tho forenoon; and that notice bo published In tho Dally Ardmorolte, a nowspapor printed In said district, and that all known cred itors and other porsons In interest may appeal- nt tho said time and place and show can so, if any they have, why tho prnyor of said petitioner should not be granted. And it Is furth er ordor.xl by tho court that Uio clork shall sond by mull to nil known cred itors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them at their placo of rosldcnce as stated. WltnosB tho Hon. Hosea Towusond, J ml go of said court and seal thereof at Pauls Valloy, In said district, on tho 3d day of December, 1903. (Son!) S. II. WOOTTON, Doputy Clerk, Pauls Valloy. First published Docombor 4, 1903, Warning Order. In tho United States court in the Indian Territory, Southorn district. Parlln & Orondorft Co., plaintiff, vs. J. S. Ilocho ct al., dofondnnt. No. GG92. Tho defendants, S. S. Hue and (lamblll aro warned to appear In this court in thirty days nnd answer the complaint of tho plaintiff. Parlln &. Orendorff Co. Witness Hon. Hosoa Towubcnd, Juilgo, this 28th day ofNovembor, 1903. C. M. CAMPIJRU,, Clerk. (Seal) Tbos. Norman, attorney. S. H. Butler, attorney for non-rosl- dent. First published Nov. 29, 1!I03. $390 for Letters to Encourage Emi gration. Tho Rock Island System offors twen ty prizes, of tho nggrogato voluo of $390. for lottors tolntlvo to tbo Ter ritory along Its linos in Arkansas Kansas Indian Terltory, Oklahoma Toxas and New Mexico. Letters should deal with the writer's exporl ence slnco ho settled In tho South west. Thoy should toll how much money ho hnd when he arrived, what be did when he first came, what moas- 11 ro ot success has since rewarded his efforts, and what, he thinks of that portion of tho country whore he Is located Letters should not be le than 300 nor moro than 1,500 words In length and will bo used fof tho pur poso ot advertising tho Southwest. Lottors aro deslrod, not only from fnrmors and farmors' wives, but also from merchants, school teachers, cler gymen; from cvory ono, In brief, who has a story to toll and who knows how to tell It. For cireular giving dotalls write John Sebastian, paseengor trnfllc man ager ltock Island System, Chicago, 111 t-Jan-25 Coleman Plumbing Co. will bo better prcparod to do sanitary plumbing than any other concern In tho city. They aro Uio only exclusive plumbers iu Ardmoro, 29tf Bilious Colic Prevented. Take a double doso of Chamberlain Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Homedy as soon as Uio first Indications of the dlsoaso appears and a Uireatencd at tack may bo warded off. Hundreds of pcoplo uso tho romody In this wny witu perfect success. For salo by F, j tuunaoy, Aromoro Drug Co., W II tTfttnc. SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFER. Special effort Is mauu by tho pub lishers of tho Dallas Senil-Weokly Nows to glvo full and complete Territory service. In fact It covers tho flold In cluded In Toxas and tho adjacent states and toriltorles both by a gou eral Associated Press serivce and Its own Spoclnl Paid Correspondents, thus giving quick and unsurpassed news service from the Southwest In gonoral and Uio Territories In particu lar. Tills feature in addition to its fine agricultural and live flock page and other specially edited pages, ror the family, makes tho Dalins Seml- Weel.iy Nows a most useful and In teresting paper to tho farmers and stockmen of Oklnhoma and Indian Ter ritory. You can now get tho Nows In connection with the Weekly Ardmoro- Ito for tho small sum of $1.50 ri year. Subscribe now and get tho local nows and scnornl news, too, at a smr.ll cost. AHDMOHI31TI3, Ardmoro, I. T. Election Notice. Oltlco Ardmoro National llank. Ardmore, I. T., Dec. 12, 1903. A meeting of tho stockholders of this hank will bo held Tuesday, Janu ary 12, 1904. at their banking houso, between tho hours of 10 a. in. nnd 4 o'clock p. m., for tho purposo of olccU Ing directors to sorvo tho o'nsulng year. LHH CHUCK, Cashier. 14-tl2. Flnost and largost stock of watches in tho Indian Territory at Hulard's. Call nnd soo for yourself and got prlcos before buying. 2-tf The Fatted Calf 18 KILLED And the Pork and Fat Fowls are Ready for the Oven, Aa inentH are tiie leaders in sumptuous diunm-, to our market ia the central innrt for meats. Our specialties are; Tender Roasts, Juicy Steaks, Fat Veal, Fat Baking Hens and all Fowls and Meats for Holidays. CYRUS PYEATT, Manager, Storage Meat Market Oofld Winter Tourist Rates f 4. T TO TflK Sunny South i VIA Warning Order. In tho United States District Court In Uio Indian Territory. Southern District Henry Cromwoll plaintiff vs. Lucy Cromwell, defendant. Tho defendant Lucy Cromwoll Is warned to appear In Uils conrt In Uilr ty days and answer Uio complaint of tho plaintiff, Henry Cromwoll. Witness Hon. Hosea Townsond, Judgo of ald court and tho seal there of Uils 5th day of Iocombor, 1903. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPHHLL, Clork. Uy W. S. CItOCKUTT. Doputy. Patrick B. Wllhelm, Attoruoy. T. It. Hognn, Attorney for Nou-Hos-dont First published Doc. C, 1003. Gold and silver head umbrellas al Hulard's 2-tf Subscribe for tho ArdmorolCo. J Tickete on sale daily until April 30, 1901, to the , pricipal Winter Resorts of Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, .5, Florida, TennssEee, South Carolina, Louisiana and Texas. 3. Return limit June 1, 1904. ';' Full details on application It C. W. STRAIN, T Dlv. Pass. ARcnt, Y Wichita, Kan. The Building Demand Never eeases to eall for llrst-elass labor and material, as better and more costly houses are boinn built To meet this we employ only flrst elnm workmen in our factory nnd nse the best of material. Anything that enters into the outside or iusido of any kiud of a building can be quickly aud promptly supplied by Ardmore Sash and Door Factory, ARDMORE, I. T.