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THRKB Ardmore, Friday,. February 23, 1906. THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. Many New Arrivals IVM Ladies' Suits Tnoso few numbers will give a faint idea of what wo are show ing in Ladies' Suits. No. 1010 a clover little whito suit, tucked s-Uirt and qjj tt waist for home, at....tpO,UU No. 1051 is a creation of lovli ness, composed of embroidery, insertion and tucks, gQ No. 1018 one of Mont Mel lick's most beautiful rr pa and dainty suits $ I 0 U This suit is a thing of beauty, it is of mull soft and .sheer waist of embroidery and P 4 ( Afi laces at lUtUU ko. 1087 is a dream of lovli ness and tnc lady who possesses this dainty little suit will have cause to bo proud 5Q Bags, Belts, Combs, BucKles and Purses at the Big Store by today's express. These little things are very necessary and we are the first, as usual, to show them. So you will not be mistaken when you come, as they are just what Dame Fashion said was stylish for Early Spring wear COMBS Side Combs 15 to 25c Sots $1.50 to $2.50 BUCKLES Wo have thein in Gilt and Pearl. BEAUTY PINS Beautiful little pins 10 to 15c PURSES Hero you will see the strongest lino ovor shown in Ardmoro 25c to $4 00 "! BELTS Gilt Belts, plain and Oriental., ..50c to $4 LEATHER BELTS in plain and fancy leather.. . ,25c to $1.50 NEW DRESS GOODS You will sec now things in this department that will put you to thinking about spring. Wo arc filling every department with now things for spring materials for outer garments for. spring are appealing from a point of beauty. Wash Goods of every description aro for your inspection, at Ardmore's Greatest Retail Store. t t t Big Bread Winning, Wage Saving Sale Still On There are more thing's added to the Sale. You can earn wages by buying at the Big Sale. We will continue jo matte such prices as we have till every vestig'e of Whiter Goods has disappeared. SO COME You will find some article you need at prices that will matte you glad. The Big Sale will lait until February 28th. Ladies' Suits 1019 an ideal shirt waist suit of tho sheerest hand if orchiof lin en, in fact a dream fl 4 r (f of delight $1 D.UU 1025 another beauty that would cause Job to turn green with envy at $20.00 1095 If you have smiled upon one, you'll smile again, for here is a $22.50 suit now isn't that a dream. 1028 When brides look upon this, they smile with drlight, for it is too pretty to look at, but tako a peep, C 1 1 fifi won't you pD.UU NO NEGROES WANTED. An Oklahoma Organization Bars Ne gro Cotton Pickers. Oklahoma City, O. T., Fob. 22. Tlio Ilogcr Mills county organization of tho Farmers' Educational anil Co-opcrat-lvo union of America has put Itself on record as being against the uso of negroes in the cotton fields of Okla homa, ami by resolution declares Its most potent protest. At a meeting of tho organization hero the following resolutions were unanimously adopt ed: "Whereas, In tho past soason there has been a great deal of dtsturbanco and hard fooling in our county regard ing tho negro question; and "Whereas, Wo believe' some few men other than farmers want to bring tho negro hero for their own Individ ual benefit, undor tho gulso of helping the farmers pick their cotton; and "Whereas, Wo bellcvo tlijo same trouble will arise next summer, thus endangering the peavo and dignity of our county, unless tho farmers tnko a decided stand; therefor, bo it "Resolved, That wo, tho Farmers' Educational and Cooperative union, in county convention assembled, go on record ns opposed to tho negro be ing brought anions us to pick cotton, or for any other purpose whatever." This apparently Is an action to fore stall any possibility of trouble, such as threatened a rnco war of tho worst lcind last summer when an nttompt was mado by somo of tho white citi zens of Itogor Mills county to lun all tho negroes out of tho county. A Habit to Be Encouraged. Tho mother who has acquired tho habit of keeping on hand a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, saves herself a great amount of uneasiness and anxiety. Coughs, colds and croup. to which children nro suscoptlblo, aro quickly cured by Ha uso. It counter acts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia, and if given as soon ns tin first Esmbtoms of croup appear, It will prevent tho attack. This remedy contains nothing injurious and moth crs glvo It to llttlo ones with a feel in,? of norfect security. For salo Vy F J. Ramsey, W. D. Frarao, Ardmoro Drug Co., Donner & Donner. Mattneo 2:30. Saturday afternoon at ' 22-2 A wiso man is known by tho Insur ance- company he has nothing to do with. SEEDSTORE 2 CARS . OF TEXAS RED RUST PROOF OATS. 2 CARS AMBER CANE. 1 CAR MILLET. 1 CAR BIG BOLL COTTON. 1 CAR TRIUMPH IRISH POTA TOES. ..5,000 POUNDS FANCY ALFALFA. 1 MIXED CAR KAFFIR CORN, Ml LO MAIZE AND RAPE SEED. 100 BUSHELS SEEDED RIBBON CANE SEED. 100 BUSHELS IOWA SILVER MINE CORN. ONION SEED AND ONION SETS. KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS, OR CHARD GRASS, WHITE CLOVER, BERMUDA GRASS AND ALL KINDS OF GARDEN AND FLOWER SEED. THE ONLY UP-TO-DATE SEED HOUSE IN THE CHICKASAW NA TION. FARMERS' AND GARDEN ERS' PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. E. B. PUGH, Main Street, ARDMORE, I. T. In after years tho perusal of a love letter that ho wroto his wlfo before marrlngo makes a man feel like a lod nickel with a holo in it CRESCENT HOTEL. Eureka Springs, Ark. OPEN FOR THE SEASON. February 15, 1906. Many repairs and improvements have- been mado, tho sorvico will be better than ovor and tho charges moderate. Hero Spring Is a thoroughtly de lightful season, with clear, blue skies nnd tho crisp air of tho moun tains tempered by -warm sunshine. If you wish to avoid tho snow and slush at homo this Spring, go to Eu reka Springs. Booklets describing the hotel and the resort sent frco on ro quost. A. HILTON, Oon'l. Pass. Agt., Frisco Systora. St. Louis, Mo. Wo havo something lntorcstlng to offer you in tho purchaso ot a gun. BIVENS, COItHN & FRENSLm LOW RATES VIA FRISCO One way Second Class Colonist Rates to THE INORTHWEST On Sale February 15th to April 7th $27.45 $27.45 $36.45 27 50 To UILMNQS, Mont., and Intermediates To L1V1N03TO.N, LOOAN and UAHDNHU.l.Mout. To CIIINOOk,KALISIm.L and Vi'llITI! I'ISII, .v.ont. To SPOKANI5 Wash and Intermediate $34.45 $25.00 $27.45 $30.00 To HINSDALE. Mont., via St. Paul To Oni)l!N and SALT LAKti, Utah To IIHLI'.NA, UUTTH, ANACONDA. MISSOULA ToPODTL AND.TACOMA SRATTLIf, VICTORIA Extremely Low Rates to Nearly All Points Id Northwest- For Further Information Call 03 Your Ltcal agent, or Write J. W. MARING, Trav. Pass. Agent, Sherman, Txas New Orleans, Mobile Pensacola MARDI GRAS One Fare plus $2.00 for Round Trip ITicUets, Feb. 21 to 25 inclusive Geo. H. Lbk, Gon. Pass. Agt. . , J. S. MoNally, Div. Puss. Agt. .Little Reck, Ark. . . .Oklahoma City Mnvbtnn'a foundation and plors aro In st, "prettiest and, cheapest material. ?hono '325. 29-lm . Breckonridgo Stock company at opera, houso, balance of week, 22-2 dost of the things wo'd Jlko to have is only becnuso somebody clso has them. The Ardmoreite Prints All the NEWS All the Time TIME TADLK. Frisco. Eastbound No. 42 leaves 6:05 a. in No. 44 loaves 12:50 p. m. Westbound No. 43 arrives 9:05 a. m No. 41 arrives 7:35 p. m Choctaw-Rock Island. Eastbound No. 84 (local)lcavoa 7:00 a. m No 10 leaves 2:40 p. m. Westbound No. 9 arrives 1:30 p. m. No. 83 (local) arrives C:30 p. m Santa Fe. Southbound No. 5 4:00 a. m No. 17 4:20 p. m. No. 19 12:35 p. m Northbound No. C 12:50 a. m No. 18 11:55 a. m. No. 20 5:35 p. m. Nos. 5, C, 19 and 20 aro local trains, whilo Nob. 17 and 18 stop at tho small er stations only on boing flagged. WARNING ORDER. fn tho United States court In tho Indian Territory, Southern District: A. L. Tlpps, plaintiff vs. Mlnnlo Tlpps, defendant, No. C530. Tho defendant, Mlnnlo Tlpps, is warned to appear In this court in thirty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, A. L. Tlpps. Witness the Hon. Hosea Townsond, Judgo of suld court, and tho seal there of, tills 13th day at Foby, 190G. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL., Clork. ny W. S. CROCKETT. Deputy Clerk. Davis & Freeman, attorneys. Attorney for non-resident: S. II Dutlcr. First published Fobruary 13, 190C. WARNING ORDER. In tho United States court In tho Indian Territory, Southern District: Ida E. Undorwood, plaintiff, vs. Jno G. Underwood, defendant, No. C528. Tho defendant, Jno. G, Undorwood, Is warned to appear In this court In thirty days and nnswor tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Ida E. Underwood. Witness the Hon. Hosca Townsond, Judgo of said court, nnd tho seal thereof, this 10th day of Foby, 1900. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clork. By AV. S. CROCKETT, D. Clork. Brown & .Turner, attorneys. . Attorney for non rosldont, S. II. Butler. ' First, published, Fob. U. 1900. From the viewpoint of tho hat deal' er two heads nro always bettor Than one. Ono way to keop out of tho alvorco courts is to remain single. RAILROAD EXCURSIONS. Santa Fc. Fifth Annual Combination Salo. Full Blooded Livo Stock, Wichita. Kan., Foby. 20th to 24Ui. Rato J 10.85. MardI Qras, Now Orleans. La.. Mo- bllo, Ala., Pensacola, Fla. Feby. 2lt to 25th. Now Orleans, La., 'Rato $19.65 Mobile, Ala., Rate. $22.60. Pensacola, Fla. Rato $24.25. W. A. DASHIEI L, T. A. Frisco. Eureka Springs nnd return. On salo dally from Fob. 1st. Rate, $12.60. re tun limit 00 days, Rato $17.60, re turn limit 6 months. Sulphur Springs, I. T and return. On salo dally from March 1st. Rato $2.C0, return limit 90 days. MardI Gras, Now Orleans, La., Mo bile Ala., Pensacola Fla., Feby. 2ttt to 25th. Now Orleans, La., Rato $19.65 Mobile, Ala., Rato. $22.60. Pensacola, Fla. Rato $24.25. W. A. DASIIIELL, T. A. J. W. MARING, T. P. A. Rock Island. MardI Gras, New Orleans, La., Mo bile, Ala., Pensacoia. Fla., Foby. ?lit to 25th. New Orleans, La., Rato $19.65 Mobile, Ala., Rato. $22.60. Pensacola, Fla. Rato $24.25. W. A. DASIIIELL, T. A. WARNING ORDER. In tho United States Court In tho Indian Territory, Southern District: Nancy Arabella Puryear, plaintiff, vs. E. II. Puryear, defendant, No. 6536. Tho defendant, E II. Puryear, Is warned to appear in this court In thir ty days nnd nnswor tho complaint ot tho plaintiff, Nancy Arabolla Puryoar. Witness tho Honorablo Hosca Town send, Judgo of said court, and tho seal thereof this 17th day of Fobruary, 1906. C. M. CAMPBELL, Clork. (Seal- By W. S. CROCKETT, Deputy. P. B. H. Shearer, nttornoy. Attornoy for non-resident: J. J. Stobaugh. First publlshod Fob. 18. 1906. Nover argue wit' a mnlo. It's lablo to bring on do habit of talldn' l ycr self. If a woman dcclln.es a man's offer or marriago, ho should glvo her nt other chaCco. Women seldom tula twlco allko. ' .