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Ardmore, Friday, February 2, 1906.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
URTON-PEEL DRY GOODS COMPANY
A GAIN our efforts to please the shopping public have been crowned with phenomenai success. The verdict of
hundreds of ladies who attended the Great Undermuslin Sales is this: "Correct in Quality and Style; Low in
Price." We have some left yet and those of you who could not attend in the beginning, COME THURSDAY, FRI
DAY AND SATURDAY. In connection with this wonderful Underwear Sacrifice, we have placed
Hundreds of Children's Dresses on Sale
1 in ages from 3 to 14 years, in wash goods. Those who looR at these beautiful little dresses will find them so low in
price and high in quality that the thoughts ol sewing leave mothers IiKe magic. Mothers we call your especial at
tention to these dresses; already we have duplicated several numbers.
108-110 E. Main Street
Ardmore - - Ind. Ter.
NOTES FROM THE CRUSHER.
Crusher, I. T., Feb, 1
Important changes aro being mndo
dally tovariU a larger output ot stono
at thlH place. A part of tho now cruah
or lias arrived and foundatltons aro
balm; prepared to put It in. Wm. Hun
ner, general foreman, has returned
from his visit to Kansas and Is now
loading rip lap for the dike at Pur
cell: MucAdam stono for Shawnco,
screenings for Oklahoma City and bal
last -for-the Santa Fo. This now em
ploys a large forco of men, and men
looking for work and not soft sn.ps,
enn -reasonably expect employment.
Wo aro all looking anxlouhly for to
morrow morning "ground hog day."
So many ot us live In tents that tho
wonther Interest a us greatly.
'Mr. Cooper has vocovorcd and is
again at work.
Mr. Anderson, tho Santa Fc night
watchman, has returned from his va
cation at Sulphur, I. T., whore ho vis
ited his daughtor.
Mr. Mley is stilt running tho hoist
ing derrick nnd Mr. Scott has a busy
job nttondins to tho cars.
Mr. James, who Is well known In
Ardmoro and Dougherty, has been pro
moted to dorrlck foreman, nnd is well
qualified for tho work.
Mr. Tlattorlck Is still drilling rind
John Todd is doing tho usual amount
of drilling arid a littlo more. John
seems to have a knack of keoplng out
of seams and crovlcos, nnd in using
n drill has nlwnyjr given good satis
faction. Claud Crum Is still keeping steam
up In ono of tho hollers.
Mrs. Clnud Crum is recovering from
a very bad attack of erysipelas.
J. A. Crum is still firing tho boiler
on tho top of tho mountain. Ho has a
spiondld view of tho surrounding
country, hut Is well nwnro when a
W. P. Bronnoll, tho president of tho
O. K. Building nnd Construction Co.,
camo and Btnld ono day this weok. Ho
was chock full of business nnd his
pockets bulged with hluo prints.
Black James, a planter and stock
man oast ot tho canyon, has just ro
colved a carload ot dairy cattlo from
Wo aro all pleased with tho pros
pects for statehood and tho views of
tho Ardmoroite on politics and public
When a man says that ho lias -not
a friend in tho town whoro ho lives
ypu can depend on It that tho town
Is noUto blamo
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Second Glass Rates io California Feb
ruary 15th to April 7th
On above dates second class colonist tickets will be sold
to San Francisco, Sacramento, L03 Angeles and all other
points in California, also to Phoonix and Prcscott, Arizona,
and all othor points in California, and all immediates in tho
siaics 01 Arizono, Mexico, New Mexico
Stpp-ovors allowed at many points; best of sorvico and
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SUGGS & BRO.
FOR ALASKA DELEGATE.
WOULD GO TO JAIL.
Senate Passes Bill Providing For one
Washington, Feb. 1. Tho sonato
today passed thirty or forty miscel
laneous bills and gavo several hours
llmo to tnc consideration of tho ship
ping bill. Among thu bills passed was
ono providing for n dolegato In con
gress from Alaska and a numbor pro
viding for lighthouses, rovenuo cut
trors nnd fish culture stations. Tho
greater part of tho tlmo devoted to
tho shipping bill was consumed by
Mr. Ponroso In a sot speech In sup
port of tho measure.
Five Hundred Men Would Serve out
Chicago, Fob. 1. Flvo hundred
members ot tho Typographical Union
No. 10 voted unanimously yosterday to
go to Jail. As thoy aro on strlko, thoy
estimated thoy might savo tho ?luuO
lino assessed against tho Union by
Judgo Holdom If thoy were permitted
to work out tfio amount In prison.
After tho resolution was niloptod n
committee was sent'to Attornoy V. H.
llarnum to learn If thero was any hopo
for tho strikers breaking Into Jail and
In that manner se,tlsylng justice,
Tvy wer.- disappointed when their at
torney told them that If tho light wub
upheld by tho higher courts it would
havo to bo paid, and that thero was
no prospoct of the dobt being liquida
ted by the strikers going to Jail.
An old man is v proud of his abil
ity to do a day''i work ns a young
man Is of his to avoid It.
AmonK other 'lost arts Is that of
keeping n6'8 mouth closed when
there's nothing moro to say.
All women ,nre nngels figuiatlvolj
speaking and If wise they'll let It go
Just Received a Carload of
BRIDGE AND BEACH
Wo also havo tho most completo Grocery stock lu tho country
"Our Leader" Ib the best Flour made. It la guaranteed. Wo bnv
all kinds of Country Produce. '
W. P. POLAND
Buys and soils lana, uiulcos
nl leaso contracts, secures
lotments for citizens, keep
first-class Purveyor in offices
work guaranteed. - Ofllco
over First national Bank.
Carriage Repair Shop
Blaokamltblnir. Woodwork, Fainting and
Trimming. Henry foriflnir and norseaaoelnr
Ml Bait Droadwar Ardmor. I. T.