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'Ardrrlore, Friday, January 13, 1905.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. vfrW ..BUY NOW FOR EASTER Our Big "Gigantic Sale" emptied many shelves and counters in every department of our Big Busy Store. They have been filled again with new seasonable cold weather goods, better and cheaper than, before, if possible. But our strong point is the fact that a very large line of beautiful early spring goods, which were bought to ship to us in March and April is now arriving daily and a visit to our store, whether to buy or not will prove a very pleasant event in your day's shopping, and the elegant array of bright "new things" will surely challenge and merit your admiration, while the prices will be so reasonable that you will be tempted to "buy now for Easter." Special Among the many handsome good shown will be 100 pieces f fine fancy Spring GINGHAMS, every yard worth 10c and 12 l-2c. These goods are a very fine soft weave and fast colors. Our price 8 cents 100 pieces now Hprinj.' Porealu fancies aud Holids, in renin, blues, browns, utc, etc. Dozcnu of patterns of fancy suiting and new novelties in Voile. Bourotto, Gareldas. Dotted Swiss Muslin. Flakes, Batiste, Hinbroidorcd Zephyrs, and many other staple and fancy patterns and designs that will be jeaders in drexs, skirt and suit styles, this season. Our Now Silks embrace all that's good in this line, and we promise the most discriminating buyer of Silks porrect satisfaction in woavo and wear, finish, appoaranco and touch, and price lower than others will dare reach on same goods. Wo are proud of our shipment of White Goods. Probably COO pieces are shown and embraces everything the ladies delight to see and "make up." Lawns, Nainsooks, Dimities. Mulls, O;ords, Etc., from a 5c value up to $1.50 and in this connection wo again mention our new lino of Kin broideries and Laces. These goods reached us ia their original case through importers from St Gull, Switzerland, and is undoubtedly the prettiest and swellest line over shown in the Territory. We have never made so low prices as you will And on this shipment. fcxtra Special The remainder of oar Overcoats, BlanKets, Fine Comforts and guilts Will be ottered at prices to suit you Dally arrivals of ladies', Cents' a&d Children's Shoes has again enabled us to offer you anything wanted in style, comfort and durability. Every pair a good one and every price a money saver of 25c to 50c a pair. Every customer a satisfied aad permanent one on Shoes. ONE PRICE SPOT CASH .;,u,...n.:u,:,...1.-M-,.,.u..n-.:..,:u,., U... wkis.vxi- vVAr. CVAr r vSV CM .vl. vV. CVi- CVi. vVAr. XA .SJLr. vVy. 0 CVAr ,CV ir iVs vWs vSs vW. vVA CAr. vW. vW C vW. CVr..CW AZ.CV. V -Ws V -vv -&zr mrv ""V V 9' "v V v -av o"- "fT "9 v "V -"V" yv' ' THE BEST SERVICE 18 OPHKHED I1Y TUB LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD to mu East and Northeast A Through Sleeper Daily from Hot Springs to Louisville and Cincinnati via MEMPHIS. Tho many friends of O. II. Ilausan, engineer L. E3. & V. II. U at proj ent living In Lima, Ohio, will be pleas ed to know of his rocoTcry from threatened kidney disease He. writes: "I was cured by using Fo ley's Kidney Cure, which I recommend to all, especially trainmen, who are usually Jlmllarly afToctcd." lionnor A.'-Bonner. CHURCH SOCIETIES. Thoro nro two sides to every dispute and If you do not koep out of It you will bo compelled to listen to both sides. For full information a.s to rates, time tables, etc., upply to your locui agent or address N. 3. BAIRD Truv. Pass. Agent, Little Rook, Ark SsTlflSSEHG!ER"SERVICE TE IN- 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 THE tf 'KOUllC TO ANSWCn OUMTIONa Superb Pullman Vestibuled sleejpers, Handsome Reclining Cham Sar; (SEATS FREE) ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. ONLY LIN1S WITn foat momlnsr jv' frvonlnjr trains to Bt. Louis au Uiu Baat, CNLY UNS WITH Pullman Bloetwirn r.nd hlffbbaolc Scirrlttuoat Coochoy gtroutra (wlttiout chauaro) to Mew rlaona, dally . ONLY LINH WITH handsomo now Ohalr Ottra throusrb (without cnanne) dallr. to Bt. Loula, Momphlo aad ill Paao. ONLY LINE Wrril a mvtatf of 1 fl bourn to Oalltomlu, QKLY LIMB WITH Tourtat Sleeplnfl Cora, oeml-woclcly. throuch (without 2hona-o) to Ban I'ranolBOO aoq t. Louis. ILtOAMT DININO CAno TO 9T. LOUIS H THC "WBGHT EXPRESS" E. P. TURNER, CtMirx pamcnmh aiio "tocr Aiwa, DALLAS.. TLX. Ploasant and Mast Effective. T. J. Chambers, editor or tho Vin dicator, Liberty, Texas, writes Dec 25, 1902: CITY GOVERNMENT. ft. V. nick Mayot John h. Gait Police Judge P H. Booker..., Chief of Police 4. n. Mathers City Attorney O. II. Uruce City Clerk Frank Butt Troaaurer W. It Hoberta JU'r and Colloctoi Bob McOee City Scavenger J. W. MoHett City Physician List of Aldermen. First Ward J. 3. McCharon. Ilube Hardy. SeconJ ward J. 8. UulUns J. R. 1 raloy. Third Ward ft. W. Raadnl, J W. Penulngton. Fourth Ward W. If. Whlliiuiston, V. A. Gilliam. Thu Parsonage and Home MIhsIu Bocloty of the Broadway SI. K. churci. meets thr first and third Tuesday ot oach month at thu parsonage. MRS. HESTER WOLVURTON. Preildent. The Ladles' Aid Society of the First Baptist cuhrch woets with the mem bers each week. MRS. A. B. MAYHBW. Pres. The Foreign Missionary Society o the Broadway M. E. church moets the Umt Thursday of oach month. MRS. T. K. KEARNEY, PreB. Police Randoi, Ollllftm ao.t Mullon. Fire milkua, Ponnlngton anil Mullen. Wttterworka Whlttlngton. FrsJey tad Hardy. Ordlmnco Mullen, McCa&rea and Pennington. Otnetery Randoi, Otlllaa and Mc Charon. Sanitary MoOnaren, Frolor. MnJ la. ImpTOTmnt Hardy, WbtUlnrtoo. Randoi and Vnlvf. Street and alUry Pralor, Ran (tot Hardy and ThtttlnRtoa. Bofcrd of Hosiei. Dr. 3, W. MoBett, olty phyrtclan; Dm. S. 8. Carr, J. W. 8mlth, Waltr Hardy, Mayor It W. Dick. For cracked hands, chapped Hps and rough skin, Plnosalvo la tho nicest, quickest, bost euro. Ono application In ono night provoa It, Sold by tho City Drug Store. Thoro aro n few folks who confuso Irapolltonoss and unconveatlonallty. Tlie Christian Endeavor or the Chna tlan Church rnoetH overy Sunday at tcruuon at I o'clock. D. A. ft. R.EPLOGU2. Pres. The Aid Boclnty of the Firm Prei byterlan church meets tho socoud an.) fourth Tuesdays of each month with nome mornbor of tho society. MRS. A. W. DUNHAM, Pres. The B. Y. P. V. of the Flrgi Baptlil church meets overy Sunday afternoon at the church. MISS DAISY NICHOLS. Pres. LITERARY 80CIETIE8. Tho Pierian Club will meet every Wednesday from 3 to C o'clock with different momburs. Tbey will stud) tho Bay View course. Their object will be to beautify the public ochool building, MRS. JOHN WHITKMAN, Pres. DAISY NICHOLS. Boo. iiFweles r B cured by DYMm CURE ! I Under all curable conditionsj Mr. D. Kauble of Mri.W. W. Uy- 1 ' Nevada. O., wiuj ler cf Hllllard. g cured by Itodol A Pa., wns cured n 1 ol stomach 'A of Chronlo U ! Iroub.e whlcl) iJl.jA Dysp-pala by H - h.id affected tho uso cl S j hlshearl. fcyA Kodol. The Aid Society of the Cumberland Presbyterian church meets every Tuob day with ono ot thu mombor. MRS. J. D. TANNER, Pros. The L, T. ls meets every Sundaj afternoon from 3 to ( at tho First Prea byterlan church. MISS MAUD TENNERY, Ptc. Bold by all Druxtfsts. Pneumonia and La Grippe. Coushs cured crulckly o ifoler Honey and Tar. RcMso Mibstltuiot. Bounor & Bonner. The Aid Sodoty ot thu Contra! Rap List church meets every Tuesday at 3 o'clock with ono ot Its tnornbora. MRS. BRUCE, Pros. The Aid Society of tho Chrlttlai. church meets ovory Tuosday with one ol the mnmbori. MRS. MATT1E HEAD, Pro.1. MRS. D. REPLOQLEJ, Soc. Tho Epworth Sonlor Leaguo of the Broadvsray IX. H. church moots every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at thr Broadway Method let church. W. O. DITZLER, ires. EVERY LARGE CITY IN TEXAS. OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TER RITORY IS LOCATED ON THE MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEX AS RAILWAY. This is a reason why you should travel and ship your freight via "Tho Katy" to Dallas, Ft. Worth, Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Galveston, Waco, Oklahoma City, Guthrie, Shawnee, South McAles ter and Muskogee. Writo mo for particulars. "BCATY" sr. 0"15, MO ft n 0 The World's Record UfHn tlmn ii year old, tho HouOiwnat Lloiitod has bfccome the preforrol train for (UHl-elaAB travelers bu iwcen KansHs Oily and Clilcnuo. Kvcry oar on tlili' trutn la owned mid operntuil by the ; Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry 0 Comiiartmcnt-observatlon sloepcriJ, standard ileop ith, llnlni4 c h r a , I'lmlr enrs and coiicIioh wero till bnllt i xproHsly for Tho Hontliwost Limited, and uro without (.(jui.l In beuiity and cumf rt. Iflfiyi) Kiuinns Olty, Union Station, 6:0T p.m.; (Irancf Aveimts G:07 p. m. Arrlvo Uhlcao. Union Station, 8:55 a. in., In time tor trains to tho north am) thu cunt, or for Ibo day's business. as- ae-torn- m-. S3- e 3fc O C. L COBB, M. F. SMITH. outlmcstcrn Pflsscngcr Agent, Commercial Aj;enf,. O 7 nnln St Kansas City, Mo. aoi-aoa 5lau;litei BIJb Dalta.. Bookkooplog and Shorthand Unlimited Scholarship SO tnk'clhcr with nil the tuille oaunllj untirnrod In n hlnh-LTuitn uii'lu-itnta lnilnia couriw, nr taimht mutt tliurouutilr. iirnoilcallr and kuucumfully In SELVIDGE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Wrlti lor rata1iiru O. I'.Selvldijc, A. rL, rl. Acctt., Pres. Ardtnore, I. T. and Grtlnetvllle, Ta, r THREE POINTS OF EXCELLENCE TSt MWlnV yttt rnoiltrn.ilallr train aorTlta ti B ilV nUty nyvr m. L,,n Id t north. San monlii uoa ailrnatnn In tho auutli. 'I trnUKh Hlrutnai; Oar oron aa lur aa Uexluu OUT Ctiair Uura nutl Coajuei. and m I TUn Qlinnf' I ana Hftwi.a Kaniaa Ulty anil Oklanntua iiu wiiui Hi aMiaau Taiaa, P. b.Thu llnu tu Uklabuma City W III lo opened early In February "Kaiy" Dining Stations Ktt&i.ZWtft&fttZ Tber aro other polnta ithr tralna With vio inlli of road krl.lrtinlti MS lls(iurl. Kanaaa, Imlian 'i tirrltiiry. Ok lahunia nd Tia, itin I It jiuty" oftwra uxcvpitu al ailvantavva to navel' rand hhlpfnr O. -f alike, KolilerK. inuiiv muttmU'il hinika a it ltifi)riuatUn will Oil I ctiuordilly lu furuUli: by any Katy" aireut. "Kitty" to tho Worlds Fair. St. Louis U