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I SOLOMON'S I
t Very Best Bread
J None So Good ?
X 700 Pretty Attractive Pat-
terns in Spring Woolens
Farthing Bros., Tailors
ARDMOHE, I. T., SUNDAY MOKNINC, APHIL 21, 15)07.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY'S
lis have given exceptional values in Women's
Uuter Garments all season any lauy who
has inspected our stock will verify this state
ment. Wc have shown the largest assort
ment of handsome Voil and Silk Tailored suits ever
seen in Ardmore, and at prices never seen on this
high grade line before the volume of business is
what we want, and this we will have if dependable
merchandise at low prices will get it.
R department mfcM
Wo hnvo n very largo Htock of
Hindi) over 1007 models, some of these
skirts are plain, others nro mora or
nate, some hao taffeta bands, oth
oss ore braided; also have
some very Handsome
Chilton Pomimns that aro
very stylish ami much
wanted this season. In
this lino wo hnvo skirts
that aro worth 1 15.00 reg
ular thero is not 1) I iik
worth less thun $12; wo
will Hill thorn Monday
and Tuesday at
FOR THE EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT
TAKE ACTION LAST NIGHT.
HON. LEE CRUCE ENDORSED
And Day of Primary Set Ledbtlter
and Graham Commended For
Their Work In Framing the
The Democrntlc Ccntrnl Commit
teo of this tho Eighteenth senatorial
district, at a meeting In this city Sat
urday night unanimously agreed to
tho election of cand'd.ites by tho pri
mary election method as designated
by tho Democratic executive commit
tee nnd issued n notice to tho voers
uf his snnorlnl district calling such
a primary to bo held on June 8.
Tho candidacy of the Hon. I.co
Cruco for governor of Oklahoma was
endorsed by n unanimous voto and
resolutions to this effect passed. On
this point tho commlttoo was solid,
Wo hnvo already gained
a leadership in this sec
tion; this wo hnvo done
with tho most beautiful
assortment of lumdsomo
hats over shown hero
our pattern bats aro su
perb, this is also true of
tho creations from our
own workroom. o nro
exclusive airents ill Ard-
moro for S. Mayer As Son'h Infant and
this lino of Wash Hats for girls lias
more stylo than anything ever shown
III H&l.AV flhf I
no equal; they have
; price $2.50 down to
a i .
OFFICIALS TO REMAIN NEUTRAL
Will Not Take Any Part In Trial of
8v Associated Press.
Denver, Colo., April 20. Jildgo M.
C. lturch, special assistant United
States attorney general, who return
ed yesterday form llolse, Idaho, In an
Interview today with tho Associated
Press correspondent denied that thero
was any connection between tho Imd
fraud Investigation in Idaho nnd tho
prosecution of tho officiate of tho
Western Federation of Miners on a
charge of complicity In the assassina
tion of Former Gov. Steiinenbcrg.
"It has been brouglit to my kmiivl
nnd each member present promised a
strong Cruco wito In his county.
The stands taken by Delegates W.
A. loiibotter of this constuui'Mial
district, and Clint (Iraham of tho Ma
rietta con -.1111111(111111 district, whllo
those gentlemen fere serving In the
fiulhrlo convention, were heartily ap
proved by tho committee and tlieso
gentlemen wcro commended Uiuu
their work In framing the constitu
tion. Tho central committee p.nMod
resolutions commending IVlegntes
I.odbetter nn( Graham, nnd voted to
n mnn that both delegates bad fulfill
ed nil pledges made by them to the
people who elected them to tho con
volition which framed the constitution.
Tho cnmmlttco decided to convene
on tho 12th day of Juno at 1 o'clock
In this city for the purpose of declaring
tho result of the primary election in
this senatorial district.
Committeemen (I. W. Young of Car
ter (Munty, Joo N. Taylor of Love
county, and W. N. U-wls of Murray
county, wcro In attendance at tho last
night's meeting. Mr. Young acted as
chairman of the committee, v.hllo Mr.
l-wls was elected nnd served nB sec
retary. I ' .1 ""I
Tho resolutions ns pasicd endorsing
Ix?o Cruco for governor, nnd resolv
ing on tho holding of tho Democratic
primary nro ns follows:
Ho It resolved, by the Democratic
central committee of 'ho Eighteenth
senatorial district of Oklahoma that
wo heartily endorso the lion. Im?
Cruco for governor of Oklahoma.
(1. W. YOt'NO,
W. N. LKWIS.
JOB N. TAYI.OII.
Ho It resetted, by tho Dciiiocihik.
central committee for the KlRhtrenth
senatorial district of Oklahoma, com
posed of the counties ot Carter, l.ovo
and Murmy, that said senatorial dis
trict bol, n primary election on the
Mh day of January. 11)07, for the
nomination of selection of n candi
date of stato senator for said district,
which election shall he conducted so
as to conform to the primary election
law of Oklahoma, and the places ot
voting. Judges, clerks, nnd Inspectors
shall hu t!i iui me n shall be pro
vided for In each of said counties and
tho candidate receiving tho hlRheit
number of votes In tho district shall
bo declared the i.emliiee.
Done at Ari'n.oio April 20.
(1. W. YOIINO. Chairman.
V. N. LF.WIS,
JOK N. TAYI.OII,
The following "lection notice was
i passed and ordered rubllshed by tho
Notice of Democratic Primary Elec
tion. To the vMtcts of the eighteenth sen
atorial district of Oklahoma, com
posed of thecountles of Wive, Caller
(Concluded on Pago Elx.)
Remember the Little Girls
amn,.w-m-mum- mKLMivxMui:um-tomaarcnf laniyiiiwiiMiii mm i 1
For Closed Cnrriatje
At Any Hour
T. M. L0WE11Y
MODEL DRY GOODS COMPANY
Will Begin Monday
odge." said Iliirch, "and 1 have every
reason to believe it to be the policy
of tho department of JtiBtlcc In I lahu
to how straight to tho line, nnd to
keep Its administration there absolute,
ly freo from any cntanglcnu nt either
with tho pio3ecutlon or tho defense
of Mayor Haywood and Pcttlhono and
to avoid any possible Interference in
any manner by political Influence on
ono side or disposition to aid tho ne
cked men on tho other.
A Big Sale in Misses' and Children's
Dresses and Underwear
Such an opportunity has never come to the mothers of
Ardmore. It's money to you SAVE IT TODAY1
25 Per Cent Off
Derrles, Berries, Berries,
nt tho Grand Leader today. Just re
ceived SO crates of strawberries from
I Have Your Pic- I
at tho China Parlor. Wo hnvo
put In a nice lino of moulding
nnd Mat boards In connection
with our C'hlnaware. Our pat
terns In China and Porcelain
will Interest you. Our lino of
Glassware is beautiful. Pay us
TABLE LINENS ALL ON THE BARGAIN COUNTER 6 ,
livery pleco a beauty and an cxcelcnt valu at Its regular price.
Monday begins a radical reduction. A KKW prices mentioned to give
you an idea.
All $2.00 Linens $2.35
All $2.00 Linens $.1-85
All $1.50 Linens $1.35
All $1.10 Linens $1-25
All $1.00 Linens 85
All 85c Linens .75
All 75c Linens 65
G5c Linens 55
50c Linens 45
10c Linens 35
25c Linens 20
AH beautiful and new deiigm Don't Miss Thii.
LACE CURTAINS AT A REDUCTION
All $C50 Napkins $5.75
All $0.00 Napkins .-$5.25
All $5.50 Napkins $4.75
All $5.00 Napkins $4.25
All $1.50 Napkins $1.00
All $1.00 Napkins $3.50
All $3.50 Napkins $3.00
All $3.00 Napkins $2.70
All $2.75 Napkins $2.45
All $2.50 Napkins $2-25
All $2.00 Napkins $1.80
ll $1.75 Napkins $1.50
All $1.50 Napkins $1.38
FOP. 0. S. SENATE
M. L WILLIAMS
Will address the pcop'e n behalf of
Mr. Tuner's candid cy. at the
S COURT HOUSE, E36SDAY WIGHT
at eiget o'clm-k
from and ou will find them bea can savo money, lllg stock to select
Good tlmo to buy whllo youutlful and extremely LOW IN PltlCE.
All now patterns with cut corners and plain, all bought under value,
ninl for tho next few days wo will mc (o aDEEP CUT IN PRICES.
Go vm tho bargain counter ami you can mako a big saving If you
GOOD JUICY BARGINSA
In All Sections of Our Store Beginning Monday
Mode! Dry Goods tap y
"The Store of the People"
Johnson is hero as n doctor of
Of skill unsurpassed, ho lias it
, down "pat."
Hats nr0 his patients, his treat
Never falling to glvo satisfac
Spring lints and Summer hats,
Winter hatB, trA;
Old hats of any kind ho will
Neat work on "Panamas,"
Ho fixes your hat to gain your
All shaping and blocking dono
In tho right way,
Tho color returned tho shape
that wilt stay.
Try Johnson, tho "Hat IVuclor"
nny old time,
Excellent Jobs, he will do In ins
Renewing old bead wear, mak
ing it fine.
395 West Main Street,
Ardmoro, I, T.
to hear Mr. William who has the
reputation of beii j, the
NEW STATE GREATEST ORATOR
THE INDIAHOMA TRUST CO.
Removed to their JJew Quarters in the new
BANKERS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
Silk Sale Monday
Our Low Prices Are Lowered Again I
VOr, who are familiar with our stock of Silks, arc
aware of two important facts -
Wc have more than doubled our usual showing
Our REGULAR prices arc lowest in Ardmorel
These are facts' Now for more facts: Our buying
facilities are the equal of any house in town; super
ior to many ami doing a greater volume of business,
we can, and do sell for less. When wc say sale you
can readily see Uiat it means saving time and it pays
to come to this store.
Test These Facts Yourself!
38c Wash Silk 23c
20 Inch "olored Jap Silk, a reg
ular 35c Milue- -We'vo been
Helling tills at 35c, reduced for
Monday to 23c
50c Wash Silk 39c
27 Inch Sulftlno Silk In solid
black mid white only. 50c value
reduced to 39c
$1.00 Talfcla 79c
Fancy Tuffetn Silk, champalgno
grounds vilth raised pin stripe,
n dollar value, reduced to 79c
$1.00 Tussah Silk 79c
30 Inch Tussah In solid shade
of Hisht tnn, a very desirable
stylish summer silk, reduced
50c Check Silk 38c
10 bch fancy Jap Silk In lirsio
nnd small black nnd whit'
check, GOe value, reduced Mon
day to 38c
65c Habulia k9c
S Inch Whlto llabutla Silk, n
good C5c value, reduced Mon
day tw 49c
51.00 Fancy Taffeta 79c
27 luch Taffeta, champalgno
ground with black check effect,
$1.00 silk reduced to 79c
$1.00 Check Taffeta ',89c
27 Inch fancy black check Taf
Tola, n very fino $1.00 valuo. re
duced for Monday to 89c
$1.00 Louissine 89c
27 Inch check Uiulsslno, soft
nndA extra brilliant, n good ono
nt $1.00, reduced Monday to 89o
.il.50 Fancy Taffefa $1.14
If! Inches wide a regular $1.50
value We've been making a
leader of this at $1.25. Reduced
Tirvo Good Bargains in Black Silk
3C Inch Dlack Ijiulsslno Taffe
ta, fine color am) a deslrahlo
weight for waists and skirts, re
duced Monday to f9c
38 Inch black Taffeta, our
standard $1.50 value nono bet.
ter at tho price, reduced Mon
day to ., $1.19
Four Special Shirt Waist Values
$3.50 Waist $2.50 $3.50 Jumper ?2.79
Tailor made waist of good grado
Taffeta In nil solid shades, ft
i;iAJd ono nt $3.50, reduced Mon
day to.-- $2.50
$2.50 Waist $2.00
Wnlst of good China Silk, whlto
and black only, plaited front
nnd stdo plaiting, a nice $2.50
garment, Monday $2.00
Come Monday Come Early slay as long as you please!
There's always something d ing at the
Busy Blue Front I
Jumper Wnlst, mado of nlco
Chiffon TafMa In solid bluo,
binck or red, a $3.50 -waUt in
ono of tho most popular styles,
reduced Monday to $2.79
$4.50 Waist $3.68
HnmlVomo Kinbinlrtened spot
Taffeta, tailor trimmed collar
nnd cuffs, pin tucked back, was
n loidcr nt $1.50, reduced for
Monday tn $3.68
Newest Ideas in Tailor-Made Skirts
Wo nnnouuco tho receipt yesterday of n largo shipment of
handsome Tailored Skirts ranging In value from 1.1.00 to 120
nothing so choice In Ardmoro -como seo them.
Mllburn, I T, April 20 Hon. C N
Haskell. Democratic candidate for
governor of Oklahoma, will spenk at
this placo next Thursday at 2 p. in.
This section Is experiencing very
cold weather for tho'tmo of year.
Don't bo tiA sure ot tho man who
boastB of being sure of himself.
Now Is tho tlmo to buy GEltA
Nll'MH Cheap. Wo want to
clear tho house so as to rebuild
N. Caddo St.