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WE WISH YOU
IP A HflPPYNF.W-YF.flRi AH KAAMAH Jl A Jfea MM A tnW AAA WE ALL HAVE CAUSE TO REJOICE I HIS good old year of 11)03 is fast drawing to a clone; like :i grand old ship she is sweeping into port laden with her joys and sorrows, successes and disappointments. J. J- k To the BURTON-PEEL DRY GOODS CO. this has been a year of marked success. It has witness ed 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 Ardinore business. J- , Wo started out to make this the best year's business in our career and our success has by far exceeded out most sanguine expectations For this we are very thankful and feel that our foundation stone of "One Price," "Spot Cash," toupled with our motto, "Divide the Profits With the Customers," arc both understood and appreciated by the people. Our New Year Will Continue During This Week, Klegant line of BLAN K1STS AND COMFORTS go at 25 - Off Knlire Line SHIRT WAISTS will go at 1-4 off 2'. and 35c Ladles' Delts go it 15c 50c Ladies' Belts go at 25c .V and $1 Ladle Belt ..t 506 IjicIIph' Tailor M;de Suit.- 'it last week's prln's. CLOTHING hi pet n ut off To those specials wo will add our en tli.' line LADIES' COLORED f.ILK PETTICOATS at EXACTLY HALF PRICE. $7.50 grade go at ')," $10 grade go at 5.00 $12.50 grado ko at C.25 $15 grado e.: at 7.60 Beautiful line new slyleg In DRESS M.ANNELETTE the lOr grade will go during tills week at 7 1-2c AS A NEW YEAR'S present we . would suggest a pair of those elegant $10 CALIFORNIA BLANKETS now on sale at $7.00 Ono or the beautiful $10 DOWN COMFORTS now going at $7.50 A $12.50 LADIES' FUR which we are selling at $S.M One l our GOLD HANDLED SILK PARASOLS. n clfgant lire Pattern which vc are now solllnu: at special price Sonic of I :ose exquisite TABLE LINENS. LUNCH CLOTHS etc. (he Kind to he had only of Burton-Peel A Ladles' PURSE or CHATELINE. Something In our elegant line NECKWEAR or MUFFLERS, the nob biest thlngH ever Hhown In Ardmore. Ono of those beautiful MO OUET RUGS now going at $1 to $1 In fact you have but to glance around you In our store to find some thing nice and approptlato to gladden tho heart of some friend or loved ono. Kvcry day brings sotno now novelty to our store. If wo are out today wishing you a happy New Year. PRICE nmri GASH KEEP YOUR EYE OPEN 5 Don't be led off with little "Jim Crow" schemes, the wmuls are full of 'something lur nothing" tricks, and ' ci.tch penny" side shows. The fact is that no house p 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 are compelled to cry "cost sale' or some other old, worn nut chestnut. No house can sell goods at cost and pay expenses. Beware of all such monkey business and trade with the house that marks goods in Plain Fk;i km:s, not. only in special sales, but every day in the year. Take a look through our house and you will be convinced that you can buy NEW, CLEAN, DE SIRABLE & GOODS for what is asked for the trawh of fered elsewhere. Again we wish I lappy New Year. 4 4 Q&'OtaSQ"0Q i Social Life at Wynnewood. the Ardmoreite. . Wynnewood. I. T., Hoc. 20. Tills has boon a peaceable and merry t hristmns. Nothing for the court to do. Through the conjoint efforts of the oung men of Pauls Valley and Wynnowood the nodal world had last i night the ball of the seagon. and all seasons, rcvery iool oi ui"' house or Wynnowood was occupied In the merry whirl. Some of tho best fnmilioK or Pauls Vail ay, Ardmoro, Marietta, Davis, Sulpliur and Ada, as well as Wynnewood, contributed to tho happy throng. Not a' thing oc curred to mar tho happiness or tho occasion. The ball opened early tn tlu nfght with sixty couples in tho grand march. Tho gonoral order was understood to be "On w'ftll the dance, let joy be uncoil fined. No sleep till morn when Youth and Pleasure meet To chase tho glowing hours with fly ing licet." Now, I am aware that many people, many good people, conscientiously op lK)so such niorry-making as Oils. Bo It so. I am also well awaro or the fact that many oppose dancing which tho good book does not directly condemn - whllo they themselves nre guilty of fiivetousnoss every day of their lives and on Sunday squarely violate tho scriptural Injunction against "flno dress anil the putting on of Jowels." Having been reared In tho freo at mosphere or Democracy, I have never et learned the correctness or eccle siastical censures against tho inno cent onjoymonts or adult people who are Tree. Nor do I wish to curtail tho pleasures of early. Joyous llfo. An drew Jackson was tho best dnncor or his day. Thomas JeiTorson, ttio most philosophic statesman or tho new world, was the llnest amateur violin- ist in America: and the Father or his Country ortcn engaged in danein tho stately, gracerul minuet. Let us not forget thnt wo wero young once, and even when our hnlr Is silvery T'lth the snows of age, let us enrry within us hearts that can never grow old. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. In the United States District Court, Southern District, Indlnn Territory. In tho matter or John D. Douglass, bankrupt, In bankruptcy. No. 70. To tho Hon. Hosca Townscnd, Judgo or tho district court or Uio Unlteo States Tor tho Southern district or the Indian Territory. John D. Douglass, In tho Southorn district, Indian Territory, In said dis trict, respectfully represents that on tho 7th day of January, 1D03, last past, he waa duly adjudgod bank rupt trader the act or congress rotating to bankruptcy; that ho has duly sur rendered all his property and rights or property, and has tully compiled with all tho requirements or said act and or tho orders or tho court touch ing his bankruptcy. Whcreroro ho prays that ho may be decreed by tho court to have a full dlscbargo from nil debts provablo against his estato under said bank ruptcy acts except such dobta as are exempt by law from such discharge. Datod this 3d day of December, A. D., 1903. JOHN D. DOUGLASS, Bankrupt. Bilious Colic Prevented. pt.n a .Inuhln ilnRO nf f!hnmlmrhilr Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hcmcdy as soon as tlio nrst indications oi uju dlscaso appears and a turcatonou at tack may bo warded off. Hundreds or people uso tno romcuy in uhh way with perfect success, tor saio uy r, .1 Uanisoy, Ardmore Drug Co., W. 11 Frame. Subscribe for the Ardraoroite. A Desperate Deed. Hudson. N Y Deo 27 Brooding over his inability to purchase Christ mas gifts for Ills three motherless children, Joseph Phillips, a Hollovlllo farmer, last night murdered the chil dren and then hanged himself in a neighboring barn. SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFER. More Buck's stoves nnc ranges art sold in the United Sl.(e thnn any other ono make. That Is a pretty good evidence that they are hotter stoves. luy ifccm Irom Noble llro. Shareholders' Meeting. There will bo a meeting of tho bhnreholdors of tho City National Bank of Ardmore, I. T., at tho office of said bank, between the hours of 10 a. m. and -1 p. m., on tho second Tues day in January, tho samo being tho 12th, day or tho month, Tor tho purpose of electing seven directors to servo the ensuing year. A. H. PALMUH, Cnshlor. Ardmore, Dec. 12, 1903. 14tl2 Southern District or tho Indian Terri tory, ss. On this 3.1 day in December, A. D., 1903, In rending tho foregoing petition It Is ordered by tho court that a hear ing bo had on tho same on the 4th day of January, A. D., 1904, bofore said court at Ardmore, In Bald district, at 9 o'clock In tho forenoon; and that notice bo published In the Dally Ardtnoroltc, a newspaper printed In said district, and thnt all known cred itors and other persons In interost may nppear at tho said time and plnco and show cause, lr any thoy have, why tho prayor or said petitioner should not bo granted. And It Is turth or ordered by tho court that tho clork shall sond by mull to all known cred itors copies of said potltlon a'nd this order, addressed to them at rhclr place of residence as stated. Wttnoss tho Hon. Hogea Townsend, Judge of said court and seal thereof at Pauls Valley, in said district, on the 3d dny of December, 1903. (Soal) S. H. WOOTTON, Deputy Clerk, Pauls Valley. First published Decombor 4, 1903. Warning Order. In the Unltod States cour In the Indian Territory, Southorn district. Parlin & Orendorff Co., plaintiff, vs. .1. S. Itocho ot al., dofendant. No. GG92. Tho defendants, S. S. Hue and Imj fiamblll are warned to appear In this court In' thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Parlin & Orondorff Co. Witness Hon. Hosen Tuwn&end, Judge, this 28th day or November. 1903 C. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk. (Seal) Thos. Normnn, attorney. S. H. Butor. attornoy for non-ro! dent. First published Nov. 29. 1903. Coloman Plumbing Co. will be better prepared to do sanitary plumbing than any other concern In tho city. Thoy aro tho only exclusive plumbers In Ardmoro. 29 tr Shooting Near Cliff. Tuesday eyonlng near the home or John Archer, Bud Knight and Arthur .MeCloheo wero shot. The bullet Trom a Winchester hit both parties. Bud Knight was struck I.) the calf of the leg. and nearly bled to death, while MefJohoe was hit In tho knee. Tho parties were passing John Arch er's plooe a foot, and ho, Archer, claims Urn shooting was an accident Considering tho feeling which exls ted between those parties It looks n little dark. Dr. Hornbeck drossod tho wounded men and reports them resting easy. Kingston Messenger. Often the man behind tho gun Is noi so much to blame for trouble as the man behind tho toy pLstol counter. Special effort Is niaiio by tho pub lishers of the Dallas Soml-Weokly News to glvo rull and completo Territory service. In Tact It covers tho Held In cluded In Toxas nnd tho adjacent states and territories both by a gen eral Associated Press sorlvco and Its own Special Paid Correspondents, thus giving quick nnd unsurpassed news service rrom tho Southwest In general and the Territories In particu lar. This roature In addition to its flno agricultural and live Flock page and other specially edited pages, for tho family, makes tho Dallas Semi Wockly News a most useful nnd in teresting paper lo tho fanners and stockmon of Oklahoma and Indlnn Tor rltory. You can now got tho News In connection with the Weekly Ardmore- Ito for tho small sum of $1.B0 a year. Suhscrlbo now nnd gel tho local news and general news, too, at a small cost. AltDMOUKITi:, Ardmoro, I. T. The Fatted Calf IS KILLED And the Pork and Fat Fowls are Ready for the Oven, As meats are tho loaders in sumptuous dinnurs, ho our market u tlie central mart for meats. Our specialties arc: Tender Roasts, Juicy Steaks, Fat Veal, Fat Baking Hens and all Fowls and Meats for Holidays.' GYRUS PYEATT, Manager, Election Notice, Olllco Ardmore National Bank. Ardmore, I. T., Dec. 12, 1903. A mooting of tho stockholdois of this bank will be held Tuesday, Janu ary 12, 1904, at tholr banking house, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 o'clock p. ni for tho purpose of elect ing directors to servo tho ensuing yenr. LICK CHUCK. Cnshlor. 1U12. Finest and largest stock of watches in the Indian Territory at Bulard's, Call and see for youmelf and get prices before buying. 2-tt Warning Order. In Uio Unltod States District Court In tho Indian Territory, Southern District. Henry' Cromwell plaintiff vs. Lucy Cromwoll, defoudant. Tho defoudant Lucy Cromwoll la warned to appear In this court In thir ty days and answor tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Honry Cromwell. Witness Hon. Hosoa Townsond, Judgo ot said court nnd tho soal there of this rth day or December, 1903. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBlCLL, Clerk By W. S. CUOCKUTT. Deputy Patrick K. Wllholm. Attornoy. T. K. Hogan, Attorney ror Nou Hes dent First published Dec. C, 1903, Cold forage Meat Market Winter Tourist Rates TO THE Sunny South ', VIA. Gold and silver bead umbrellas at Bulard's 2-tf Subscribe for tho Ardmorcllo, Tickets on sale daily until April "JO, 11)04, lo the priuijml Winter Kesorts of Mississippi! Georgia, Alabama, ,5. Florida, Tennessee, South Carolitm, honisinna and Texas. 4 Hoturn limit June 1, 11)01. f Full details on application. T C. V. STRAIN, T Dlv. Pass. Agent, 2 Wlcltlta, Knn. y The Building Demand Never ceases to call for first-ciaas v labor nnd material, as better and 'ST If III m0, u C0Bt'v 'l06eB ro being built. 1 ' i" To meet this we emolov oulv firet- clts workmen in our factory aud use the best of material. Anything that enters into the outuide or inside of any kind of n building can be quickly and promptly supplied by Ardmore Sash and Door Factory, ARDMORE, I, T. Mtt cc'