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Ardmore, FrbJsttf, April 20, 195.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. THREW RESOLVED' TI4AT FINE FEA.THER.S Do wake: pine Biap. AND FINE FEATHERS Dp MAKE F1ME MEN AND WOMEN LOOK FINE. WHO Ready-to-Wear News Items Men's Fancy Vests and Neckwear SrFINE? WE ALL DC ,WSLW ' ill JH Our Suit Department is being rplanislied tluily with now things. Yesterday's o.vpns brought us the I.ovliest Silk Shirt Waist Suits, also Pony and Won .lacked in linen. 'I'iiey aro just simply too swell for description only a glance at thorn Is convincing and appealing. Price Silk Shirt WuiblStait $15 to $3 Linen Rton and Pony $8 to $30 Linen, Swiss and Mull Presses, the swellcst yet for the warm weather and nmdo t j r a tQ A in wanted styles plD lO J Misses and Children nro always remembered by this section of the Big Store. Price of Misses' and r.s" $3.50to$7.50 z.rrr. 45c to $7.50 SilK Waists IJeautiful HulTy dain'v Suk Waists, tho Hind yu are looking at this sc.ison, unquestioned tyle To ad mire them is to ?c them 108-10 East Main St. Ardmore's Greatest Retail Store! 1 4 ViA ''Or DUO I LK, DlwwlN 7 5 rtt' lS To-"- L-i MAY WE TELL Yol A FEW FACT-5 ABoUT CLoTHEJ FOR MEN AND BoYJ. WE HAVE MADE A .STUDY OF THE CLOTHING BUINEJJ FOR MANY YEAR-5, AND IN THE SELECTION J OF OUR L1NE-5 WE FIND THAT OUR LINE.S FROM A POINT OF MAKE-UP WILL GIVE THE CUSTOMER THE NlO-ST -SATISFACTION. OUR BUSINES-5 S BUILT ON VALUE GIVING; THAT S OUR CHIEF CORNERSTONE OF THE GREAT PATRONAGE WE ENJoY TODAY. WE HAVE GLoTHES FOR SLIM. MEDIUM AND FAT PEOPLE AND TO FIT SLIM. MEDIUM AND FAT PURSES. PRICES. $10 TO $25. RESP'CT. BURToN-PEEL DRY GooDS Co. ARDMORE'S GREATEST RETAIL STORE Our showing In those two line is somothlng swelf young follow. You should lot your optic demonsti w tors fall on thoso vasts mid ties. tios 25c, 50c Vests prices rago from , $2 to $4 Men's Trousers We don't pull your leg's; we only cover them. Dutchess and Paragon aro the kind wo cov-r them with tho best titling trousers made, the new spring patterns. Prices rango A . , . A L, $1.5010 $7 Panama Hats it is time to wear them, we lmc the gtctUkf Jme in town all the v; shapes $3.50 to $12.50 108-10 East Main St. Ardmore's Greatest Retail Storel LANDS OF FULLBLOODS. Will Be Withdrawn From Sale Under the Curtis Dill. MimkoKee. I. l April 10. There mo now poHtod fur Mile on tho bulle t In lumrdfi at tho Union agency nine tynlno tracts of laud that arc offered for cal liy Indlm nllottceH, As hood an Uic Indian agent rcclvn notice that the CuitU hill bun been idgni'd hy the proficient nil lint nix of these -will bo stricken from the board Thlg Ik becniiKti of tho ninety-nine on tho lltt thoro nro but xlx who are not of full lndlnn blood. The restriction clnutiP In the Curtln bill prohlliits ihe wile of fullhlood land even through tho Indian agency. The In dlun agent muni ln1e the records of tho OawoM eonunlhBlou for bin guide mid ns soon n the Curtis bill Ik law he will refuse to pout for sale the icuiUh of Indians who arc shown to bo on rolled ns fullbloods. J. 11. O'Neill, who htiK charge of the land xuIom dlvUIon, believes that 1111 dor tho now law the Mm will bo In creased rather than diminished, fle xplto tho withdrawal of tho fullhlood land. Thin because of the release of nil Inherited land which are mndi snlablo by tho Mime law. When an In herited pleco of land Ih offered ror mile, If tho helrM are not minor tiny Nil sign the application to xell. If they nro 111 1 norn then their gmirdtnn may uet for thorn. Thoro Ih a great deal moro Inherited laud In the Creek na tion than the casual obsenvr would estlinnto. There nro 10,000 Jndtnn nl lotmentfl and It Is bollovod that or tlm fulTbloodg, of which thero aro C, OtMi, ono-fourth of the allotments nro dead claims and subject to sale un der thin law. This would place upon tho markot Immediately one-fourth of tho C.COO allotment!), ns In nearly ev ery case tho helra want a settlement and tho only TviTy "to got It is to sell tho land. Bankers, uuslncss men and land buyers aro boglnnlnp; to renhzo tho Importance of the Inherited land tfrtusc In tho Curtis bill. Police Fooled Again, Galnmor Steel ranges aro so clienp that tho pollco think -wo stolo Ihcm. . Sold and guaranteed by Stevens, Kennerly & Sprnglus Co. bur screen doors and screen wlro nlll plcaso you. MvenB, Corhn & I'rensley, $5, $10 and 20 coupon booXs at this omcc. There is but One Real Soda Cracker because there is but one that conies to you just as it comes from the oven. Others lose their value by being exposed to the air, absorbing moisture and collecting dust. The real soda cracker is Uneeda Biscuit kept fresh and clean by the protecting package NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY l SERVETHE BEST If your table is provided with the best, things to eat, it follows as night the day that you do your buying at PELKBIl'S. Here you'll 'line! everything fresh and crisp. Chase Q Sanborn's Coffees Heinz' s Sour and Sweat PicKles Sweet Manfjoes White House Macaroni, Vermicelli and Spaghetti Heinz' s 57 Varieties of Fruit Preserves Allerjretti's Fine Chocolate Candies FELKER thc Grocer SEED8J0RE 2 CARS OF TEXAS RED RUST PROOF OAT8. 2 CARS AMBER CANE. 1 CAR MILLET. 1 CAR DIQ DOLL COTTON. ..1 CAR TRIUMPH IRISH POTA TOE8. ..5,000 POUNDS FANCY ALFALFA. 1 MIXED CAR KAFFIR CORN, Ml LO MAIZE AND RAPE SEED. 100 DUSHELS SEEDED RIDRON CANE SEED. 1Q0 BUSHELS IOWA SILVER MINL CORN. ONION SEED AND ONION SETS. KENTUCKY DLUE GRASS, OR CHARD GRASS, WHITE CLOVER, BERMUDA GRASS AND ALL KINDS OF QARDEN 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. ". $10 (in d $20 coupon books at th s omcc. J.J. SIGLER REAL ESTATE S INSURANCE Farmsand city property bought lold and exchanged Rooms 7-8 UoaK-Noblson BIdtf. Ardmore, I. T. The D$ltiT Ardmoreite For All thc Ncw All the Time, The Ardmoreite 1 Latest Associated Press ffews . W For Sale at HOMER L. BOYD Q IIR0. WH1TTIKGT0N HOTEL Subscilptlon Trice 50c the Month FRISCO EXCURSIONS. United Confederate Veteran' ie union, Now Orleans, Ia., April "i. 23 and 21; rnto SI 1.80. Limited May 7 Han Francisco and Los Angeles, Cat. National Educational Association, An nual Convention, July 9 to 13th, 190C, Hate. Ono way first class faro plus S2. Dato of sale, Juno 23tli to July 7th. Itoturn limit. September IStli. Stop overs allowed on cither going or re turn passage, for full particulars as to stop-over privileges, divorso routes and etc. Sco your local agent. Chattanooga, Tenn., Annual Meeting Southern llaptlst Convention. May 10 to 10th. Hate. Ono wny first class fare plus S2. Dato of sale, May 7, 8 nnd 9th. Return limit, ten days from dato of salo. Dcs Moines, Iowa. Gcnoral Assem bly Presbyterian Church. Mny 10, to 29th. Itato. Ono faro plus S2.00, for round trip. Dates of sale, May 14, 15. 10, 17, 21 and 23rd. Itoturn limit May 31sL Los Angeles, Cat., San Krancisco, Cal., Imperial Council Ancient Order, Nobles Mystic Slirlno and National Congress of Mothers, May 7 to 11th. Itato, lowest first-class fare, for round trip, Dates of sale, April 25th to May Cth. Itoturn limit, July 31st, Execution feo of fifty conts will bo charged nt dnstlnu u a. Divorso routes allowed, Paris, Texas. Womon's Iloard of Missions, Cumberland Presbyterian Church Mooting, May C to 9th. Itato Ono vruy faro plus S2. Dato of sale, Eureka Springs and return. On Bale dally from Fob. 1st. Itato, s 12.60, rc tun limit 90 days. Itato 117.50, ro turn limit C months. Sulphur Springs, I. T., nnd return. On salo dally from March lsL Itate J2.C0, return limit 90 days, nnd stop-overs permitted on cither going or return trip, nt any point west of Missouri river. Saint Paul, Minn., niennlal Meet ing, aeneral Federation of Women's Clubs, May 30 to Juno 7th. Ilato, ono way fare plus S2 for round trip. Dates or sale, May 26, 23, 29 nnd 30th, Re turn limit, Juno 9th. V. A. DASIIIELU Agont. J. V. MAHINQ, T. Pi A. Sherman Toxas. You ouRht to eo tho proity Erister novelties wo are thowliig. Somo of these would nfford-your little ones much ploasuro. i'ttoy'ro luoxpen slve. V. J- RAMSEY, Druggist. a flue Hnp of screen doors at Ulv rns, CorUli & Fiensley's. NOTICE To Telephone Patrons Wo wish to announco tlint tlto extru charge of fifty cents for lori,' distimco instruraonts will ho discontinued beginning April 1st, 11)00. All patrons who do Hire long distance accommoda tions will llrst make arrange ments for credit with tho man agement, othorwiso tlioy will not bo granted long disttinco privil ege, Do not force tho operator to give you credit. CHICKASAW TELEPHONE COMPANY W. II. BEIIRY, Mor. WARNINQ ORDER. In tho United States Court la tho In dian Territory, Southern District: Ada A, Tilly, plaintiff vs. Louis D. Tilly, defendant, No. CC95. Tho defendant, Louis D. Tilly, Is warned to appear In this Court In thirty days and answer Uto complaint of tho plaintiff, Ada A. Tilly. Wltnoss. tho Hon. Hosoa Townsend, Judgo of said Court, and tho seal thoroof this 22 nd day of March, 1908. (Soal) C. M CAMPBELL, Clcrt. Uy W. S. CROCKETT, Deputy. J. C. Thompson, attornoy. W D. Pottor, nttorney for non-re-Ident. First published March' 23, 1906. WARNINQ ORDER. In tho United States court In tho In dian Territory, tfouthorn dfatrlct: Carrie Lowo plaintiff, vs. Thomu Io wo, defendant. No. 6477. Tho defendant Thos. Ltme Is warned to appear in this court In thir ty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Carrlo Lowo. Witness tho lion. Ilosea Townsend, Judge of said court, and tho seal there of, this 24th day of Match, 1906. (Soal) C. M. CAMTBEm Clork. lly V. S. CROCKETT, Clork. Potter, Boivman & Potter, attor noys, J, C. Thompson, attorney for non resident First published March 26, 1906. R. T. DALLAS, Real Estate and Rental. Three business bricks for sale; Bargains In any part of the city. Be fore you buy soo mo oven' Hall Jfc B1K Us', Phono 949.