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Ardmore, Mondj, January 15, 190t.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. ONE HALF PRICE ONE HALF PRICE A Clean Up Remnant Sale W E HAVE finished our annual invoice and find that our heavy fall selling together with our "Big Gigantic Sale" has left us thousands of short lengths in everything sold by the yard; thousands of broKen lots of articles sold by the dozen or by the nair: dozens of kinds nf lading mnn'c rMiifnm'c shoes, only a few of a Kind left; dozens of hats, gloves and hosiery, where a few Kinds only remain; hundreds of men's odd pants in broKen sizes and patterns; and probably 250 men.s and boy's suits, one to three or four in a lot, left from our big $20,000 stocK of clothing carried before the Big Sale. flen s shirts and underwear; ladies and children s warm underwear, sKirts and jacKets; heavy-weight dress goods, flannels, etc., left over from the Big Sale, will all be classed as remnants and sold at a remnant value, which will enable us to "clean up" all 1904 goods and start the new year's trade with a fresh, clean, unmntchable and gigantic stocK of everything new, up-to-date goods, many of which have been arriving daily since the holidays. Help us maKe room by liberal buying of remnants, odds and ends, broKen sizes, etc., this weeK at just HALF" F R I G H . Remnants of Remnants of Hemunuts of Remnants of Remnants of Remnants of Remnants of Romnants of Remnants of Remnants of Remnants of Remnants of Remnants of Remnants of Silk Satin Waist Hoods Skirt Goods Dress Goods White Goods Ta bio Linens Towels and Napkins Counterpanes Marseilles Quilts Sheets and Pillow Cases Drapories Ginghams Percales Remnants of Linings Remnants of Flunnellettes Remnnnts of Outings Remnants of Prints Remnants of 'J 4 and 10 4 Sheeting Remnants of blend and brown Muslin Remnants ot Ticking Remnants of Duck Remnants of Jeans Remnants of Flannels Remnants of Laces and Embroideries Remnants of Insertions and All-overs Romnants of Ribbons Remnants of Everything Small Special ! Big Snap ! One lot of tine Torchon Luces superb new patterns in match sets. The entire lot offered at per yard 34- cents Odds and Ends of Ladies' Kino Putsch Collar.-) and Turnovers Units and Girdles Corsets. Glovos and Hosiery BroKen Lots and Sizes of Moiis.Lulies' n ml Children Shoes Men's and Hoys' Hats and Caps Men's and Roys' Glovos and Ties Mens and Hoys'CoatSvt Sweaters Left Overs in Mlankcts Woolnn Underwoar Flannel Night Shirts, and Men's, Hoys' and little boys' Overcoats "Don't Miss a Sale" is the order given salesmen on these goods. New Goods Special We promised something good in Embroid eries and Laces in our ad Inst week. Hore it is in three lots to choose from: Lot No. 1 at 19c. Swiss and Cambric Embroideries and Inser tions, worth 15c and 40c, all in one 4 n big lot, and our price is only, "C Lot No. 2 at 12c Swiss and Hamburg, Cambric and Nainsook Embroideries and Insertion, overy 4 yd. worth L'ac and ,10c. Our price.... Lot No. 3 at 9c These elegant goods are worth "0o and Sfic They come in Hamburg.. Swiss and Nain sook, many of them with Insertion to match, and afford tv most satisfacjory assortment to the economical buyer, especially so when we put all in one lot at one price- yes only 9c One Price Spot Cash i Eanmnoiiiintn "TO BE SURE YOU ARE SAFE" Ride on . . Finest Equipment and Safest Trains in Texas . . Pullman Sleepers, Parlor-Cafe Cars, Keclining Chair Cars Seats Free. (Through without Change) All Trains wirio vestibuled throughout. ONLY ONI! NH111T OUT HIOM Ft. Worth Dallas Waco Tyler TO Memphis St. Louis Chicago Cincinnati For full Information ruk-ardlui: your trip. nddruaa I). M. florgnn, T.P.A. J. F. Lchane, O F.A. (Jus Hoover, T.I A. Ft. Worth, Texas . Tyler, Texas Waco, Texas CHURCH SOCIETIES. NOTICE. The DwXd Ardmoreite For All the Neivfl All the Time. The World's ! Record Loss tlian a yoar old, tho Soutjiweat Ltoiitod has bocorae tho proferrod train (or first-class travelers be- iwecn Kansas Oity atid Chloftgo. Every car on thii train in owned and operated by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul Ry. finmnftrtment-obnervatlon fleecers, standard ileen- era, dining curs, chair can and coachos wero all built expressly for Tho Honthwet Limited, and nro without equal In beauty and comfort. Leave Kansas Oity, Union Btation, 6:55 p.m.; Grand Avenue, 8:0T p. ni. Arrive Oblcafjo. Union Station, 8:55 a. m., in time for trains to the north ami the east, or for the day'B business, 0 fi le. L COBB, rij Southwestern Pnssenjer Agent, jjj 907 flaln St., Kansas City, Mo. & tit M. F. SMITH. Commercial Agent, 301302 Slaughter Bldg, Dallas q The Parsouago anil Home Mlablo Society of tho Broadway M. E. churcli meets tho tlrst anil third Tuesdays ot each month' at the parsonawe. MRS. HESTEH 'YOLVKKTON, President. Administrators Sale of Real Estate. The Ladles' Aid Society of the Flrat Baptist cuhrch weots with Uie mom hers each wcok. MRS. A. D. MAYHEVY, Pres. The Foreign Missionary Society ot tho Broadway M. E. r-kurcb. meets the first Thursday ot each month. MRS. T. K. KEARNEY. Pres. Tlio Christian Endeavor ot tho Chris tian Church meets every Sunday at ternoon at 4 o'clock. 1). A. ?I. REPLOOLE. Pres. The Aid Society ot tho First Prei bytorlan church meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month with some member of tho society. MRS. A. W. DUNHAM, Proa. Tho D. Y. P. U. of U10 First Baptist church meets every Sunday afternoon at the church. MISS DAISY NICHOLS, Pres. LITERARY SOCIETIES. The Plorlan Club will moot every Wodnosday from 3 to G o'clock with different members. They will study the Bay View courso. Their object will be to beautify tho public school building. MRS. JOHN WHITEMAN, Pres. DAISY NICHOLS, Sec. Notleo Is huroby glvou that thu un dersigned .by virtue of au order ol salo, mudo by tho Honorable llosoa Townsond, Judgo of tho United States court, for U10 Southern dlulrlr.t, Indian Territory, at Ardmore, on Wio lut'i day of January, 1005, In Re Eb'atu ot II. P. Potts, deceased, will sell al pub lic auction to tho highest ami best bidder tho following dehcrlbod real ohtate, viz: Thu brick busiuuss house and lot 011 which same is situated, nioro par tlcularly described as lot eight (81 in block three hundred and twouly-threo (323), In tho city of Ardmoro, Indian Territory, according to tho map or plut of said city duly approved by tho Interior department. ( Said salo will take place 'on Tues duy, January 24, 1U05, In front or tlu building used as tho Unltod Suite court building In Ardmore, I. T,, be tween tho hours or 10 a. m. nud 3 p. m., and will bo on a credit of threo months, with approved bond or secur ity. Thl January 13, 1905. DON I.AOY, Administrator with tho will annexe-1 of tho estate of If. F. Potts, deceased Potterf & Walker, attorneys for ad mlnlstrator. 13-Ui For erackod hanus, chapped lips and rough skin, Plnesalve Is tho nicest, quickest, best euro. Ono application 'In one night proves It. Sold by the ' City Drug Storo. PENNINGTON GROCERY CO, Distributors. Ardmore, Ind. Ter. Tho Aid Society of the Cumberland Prosbyterlan church meets overy Tuwt- day Tlth ono of tho members. MRS. J. D. TANNER, Pres. "'ho L. T. Is meets every Sunday afternoon from 3 to 1 at the First Prea bytorlan church. MISS MAUD TANNERY, Pros. The Aid Society of the Central Bap tist church meets every Tuesday at 3 o'clock wlUi ono of Its members. MRS. BRUCE. Pres. The Aid Society ot the Christian church maeta erory Tnelay with ono of the membon. MRS. O. H. WEBB, PreB. MRS. MATTIE READ, Sec. The Epworth Senior LeaRue of tho Broadway M. E. church meets every SundAr afternoon at 4 o'clock At tic Broadway Methodist church. W. O. DITZLER, Pros. Property for Sale. On Thursday, tho 10th day of Jan t'ary, 1905, wo will proceed to sell to tho highest bidder for cash, tho follow ing proporty, tho estato of W .It. Camp bell and Nellie Campbell, both de ceased, for tho benefit of tho heirs or doccasod: One four-room dwolllng, with good uoll of water, buggy shed, smoko houso, threo cribs, ono granary, horse wbeds. Lots 3, 4, 6 and 0 In block 0, all known as the old Campbell homo place In North Ardmoro. This property will bo sold for cas(j ut 2 o'clock In the afternoon on tho pioralses on dato above montlonod. By order of the heirs L. P. ADKLN'S, JAMES CATON, dmlnlstrators by agreement of heirs 9-0t The Ardmoreite. I ( 1 1 ft Prints All the NEWS All the Time. A genius Is u man wl.o fools Hint Vo was horn Irtoro his time. 1 THREE POINTS OP EXCELLENCE uiudrrn. ilallr train nttrvlue ui-lween I IIU iy iOI' h,, iA)il in the mirth. Sao Aulunlu nJ QlTton In tbetoutti. TLruuth Slespinir Oar een fr hh Mexico Oily Chair Can and Ooaatioa, Th6 SllOPf LLillO ""'WM" Kau Olt; antt Oklahoma nud P. b. Tho line lo Oklahoma City Wlll'ha opoped early In February "Katy" Dining Stations irX Than aru othar polnta-uthvr tralna with W mllna or rou1 trrld-lriinlnt; MIS Mlmourl. Kni, Imlliin Tnrrltory. Oklalioma and Thi.ih, th 1 rvi "Knty" orTpm i-xcxiii it nilTuntauea to tiv!i ran1' hlii.r Dj "T allk, Folitera. inai, II uatrati-tl bookHajil lurormat'oo IX, I chuerrally tin tu-uUtu'11 liy uny "Katy" nicvut. "Knty" to the World - Fair. St. Louis D