The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 188, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 17, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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BURTON-PEEL DRY GOODS CO.
Leaders of Low Prices
No. 40 all silk
One lot of Rib-
bons worth 15c;
this week the
worth 2 5c;
No Word-Painting but Plain Unvarnished Facts
We have olanned a sale that should give us the biggest week's business in the history of this house; a sale of nice clean desirable
merchandise just such goods as you are in daily need of; a sale that presents a money saving opportunity to the buying public that
s seldom ever equaled. We never list an article unless we have a reasonable quantity and never advertise an article we haven't got
For the Entire Week
40'inch White Lawn soft smooth coods well
worth 15c a yard this week 8 l-2c
White Pique extra quality the 12 l-2c kind this
week 8 !-2c
White Lace Lawns beautiful Roods; just what
you need this hot weather; worth '20c anil 25c
u yard. This week 12 l-2o
Imitation Silk Foulards the rep:ular 35c kind
pretty styles. This week..- 15c
Iu order to make it a littlerit interesting we will
touch up the Shirt Waist department. So here Eoes :
All C5c Waists cut to -
All $1.25 Waists cut to...
All $1.50 Waists cut to..
All 2.00 Silk Gingham Waists cut to
All $2 50 and $3.00 Silk Gingham and Tissue
All $3 White Waists cut to $2 50
G pieces Denims just the thine for ekirta-cool
nnd nice worth 12 l-2c; this week 8 l-2c
G pieces Denims elegant goods washes well and
wears well the 20c kind this week at 12 l-2c
For the Entire Week
t Ladies' 15c Vests silk tape neck and arms
Laies' 10c Vests neck und arms nicely taped.
10c 3 for 25c
Ladies' 20c Vests oxtra quality well taped 10c
Ladies' Vests well 'made extra finish well
taped 2 for 25o
In this line we are making a big reduction iu price;
all new goods; the styles are just right. 4174
2710 Oxfords were $2 now $1.50
15742450 Oxfords were $1.50 now $1.25
3258 Oxfords were $2.50 now $2.00
387G Oxfords were $1.50 now $1.00
Somethitig Swell Three aud Four Strap Sandals
1574 worth 3 now.
4175 worth $2 now.
Are you going to travel this Summer! If so you
will want a good serviceable Trunk Suit Case Grip f
or Telescope; something that will stand the trip.
We've got 'em. BeBt line to pick Irom in this sec-
t tion. Prices right.
For the Entire Week
10 piecpa Figured and Satin Stripe Mulls soft
and clinging: lovely goods sold for 50c and GOc
this week . . 39c
Those beautiful embroidered Swisses that have
been the talk of the towu sold everywhere at
GOc a yard: this week 39c
Summer Corsets cool and airy perfect fitting a
regular 50c corset; this week 36c
52 -inch bleached Damask soft pretty goods
worth 25c a yard; this week 19c
5G-inch bleached Damask extra quality and fin-
ish has stripes ruuuing through it worth G5o
a yard; this week 39c
3 4 Napkins worth regularly 75c the doz; this
Extra largo Iloney Comb Towels worth 10c; this
Extra large Turkish Towel worth 15c anywhere;
this week . 9n
One lot of Remnants of Table Linen in two two
and one half aud three yard lengths remnants of
best goods to be closed out at a big sacrifice.
One Price-Spot Cash
BURTON-PEEL DRY GOODS COMPANY
Ardmore's Coolest Lightest Store.
One Price Spot Cash
I " uETTER LIST. 1 HEWITT. U ROCHAMBEAU ANECDOTE.
List of Unclaimed Letters at the Ard-
more Postolfiee June 16 1902.
Abornnthey Mrs E M
Barley Mrs A L
Sanders Mrs F E (2)
Tuoltor Miss M E
Bailey J T
Dutilol Jim W
Grovor C H -Hcrvcy
Hov L H
Holder G L
Karer S T
1 Lausln L B
( LOUlS JOQ
LocUo Chris F (2)
Mitchell S P
Bay B C
Bogcrs J K
nocabruna Scnor Don Jose
Tolbort P H
Taylor It L
Whlto John W
In calling for the . above letters
pleaao say "Aoveriiscu.
Hewitt I. T. June 16. A good
rnln would bo very accoptablo Just
now and would mako an abundance
or corn. Tho farmers have been
very busy hilling grass and weeds.
A good deal of cotton Is already chop-
ped and with another weok of good
woathcr most of them will bo dono
chopping. Oat cutting is on hand
i 1. . u
now. Tno acroago is aiuau mm mu
yield not over half a crop.
Our merchants woro very busy Sat-
urday. A good many people were In
E. F. Morgan of Cornish bought out
tho Itussoll stock of goods and Is
soiling thorn out cheap at Russell's
C. Russell has been sick for near
ly three weeks but is reported to bo
Tho W .0. W. decorated tho gravo
of their departed member .II. Cowan
last Sunday. A largo crowd was
Mr. Ward's daughter Mrs. Colbort
returned with him from Kiowa and
will spend a few weeks visiting rela-
Ice cream socials aro the order of
tho day .and our young folks are
enjoying them to say tho least.
Mr. Stophens has opened up a meat
Tho health of our community Is
vory good at present.
How to Avoid Trouble.
Now Is tho tlmo to provide yourself
and family with n bottle of Cham
berlaln's Colc Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. It la almost cortaln
to be needed before tho summer Is
over and If procured now may save
vou a trio to town In tho night or In
your busiest season. It Is everywhere
admitted to oo me most. Bur.cessiui
medicine in uso for.bowol complaints
both for children and adults. No
family can afford to bo without It
For sale by the City Drug Store and
F. J. Ramsey.
C. B. Ladd wishes to announco his
election by tho Retail Grocers' asso
elation as collector; and further that
said association has placed In his
hands all old accounts for collection.
Tboso knowing themselves Indebted
to" tho grocers of Ardmoro will call
and settlo saroo and avoid costs. Pay
your groccryman or see me.
15-tf C. B. LADD
If you want to be entertaining cut
out nil talk about your future and
dig up your past.
Why 8uffer With Backache?
I havo suffored soveral years with
backache and after taking ono bottle
of Smith's Suro Kidney Cure I havo
been cured. Slnco Ben I havo not been
troubled with my back. Too much can
not bo said in Its praise.
Capt. WM. FORREST Momphls Tenn
Price 50 cents and 1.00. For salo by
F. J. Ramsoy.
Tho Stlnson Machinery company
repairs gin brushes and thresher sep-
WmhlitKtnn' nxtruvnumicr V.'hllf
on ix Trip to MiM-t French Count.
Apropos of tho Rochnmbunu celebra-
tion Mrs. Gertrude Atherton tells the
following nuccdote. says the New York
Wnshlncton desired n personal con
ference with Couut Roclmiiiuofiu and
It wns suggested that the meeting
should be at Wethorslleld near Hurt-
ford Conn. Tho principal dltllculty
lay In the heavy expense of such n
trip but by n collection among the olll-.
cers a fund of S000 was raised.
The Continental olllccrs set on their
Journey a Aveck later having commu
nicated with Rochauinenu wno ngreeu
to meet them nt Wethersfleld. All
went well until they renched Nnrtfonl
lato in the nfternoon weary and raven-
ous. A r .iDvn batl1 nll1 n B1IlnIao of
luxurious beds they marched to tho
dining room und sat down to u sumptu-
ous repast whose like hnd greeted
neither nostril nor palnto for many n
day. The wines were mellow tho to
bacco good tha conversation gay until
midnight. Tho young men arose nt
their accustomed hour tho next morn-
ing with appetites renewed but waited
In vain for their chief. Hamilton flnai
y knocked at his door. There was no
response and the servant told him that
the general had gono out nearly an
hour before. He went In Bearch aud
as he hnd anticipated found ashing'
ton In a secluded nook engaged In
"Is nnvtb ng wrong sirr ubkcu
"Alas sir" said tho general "I won
dcr you too nro not driven to prayer
to Intercede for help In this distressing
predicament Think of that extrava
gant repast we consumed last night.
God help me but I was so famlsiied i
never gave n thought to consequences.
Unquestionably tho breakfast will bo
on n like scale nnd wo havo but $3000
with which to pay tho bllll"
"It Is true. 1 never gave tho mutter
a thought" said Hamilton. "I am curs
edly extravagant And wo must get
homcl I suppose we shall hen to fast
all tho way. Tho memory of l. sv night's
dinner may sustain us '
"But this man's bill. How nro wo to
"Stinll I speak to him. sir?" nsked
Hamilton. "Tell him unreservedly our
"Do" said Washington "and come
hero nnd tell mo what ho says. I nm
too mortltled to show ray face."
Hamilton walked slowly to tho house
Uttlo caring for the errand. Ho re-
turned on u dead run.
"Wo aro saved slrl" ho cried. "Gov-
ernor Trumbull hits sent word to nil
tho hostelries that wo nro to be his
guests while Jn tho state of Connecti-
cut." " " .
Washington said tils prayers again
and a to two chickens for breakfast
During tho summer kidney Irregu-
larities nro often caused by exccsslvo
drinking or being overheated. At-
tend to the kidneys at once by using
Foloy's Kidney Cure. Bonner & Bonner.
Tho shorter n woman wears hor
rainy day skirt tho higher sho wears
If you havo kidney or bladder trou-
bio and do not uso Foley's Kidney
Curo. you will havo only yourself to
blarao for results as It positively
curej all forms of kidney nnd bladder
diseases. Bonner & Bonner.
'I wouldn't mind dyspepsia
much if I didn't like gooseberry
so .11 " Drake Watson.
No good health unless the kidneys
aro sound. Foley's Kidney Curo
makes the kidneys right. Bonner &
Special Round Trip
Cotton Belt Route
Nashville Tenn. and Return.
June 12 13 14 27 28 29
and July 3 4 5. One Fare.
Knoxville Tenn. and Hetuun
One Fare June 15 lu li.
27 28 29 and July 10. 1112.
Louis Mo. and Return
One Fare Plus $2 June 1G
17 21 and 24.
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys mad bladder rUht
Chicago III and Return One
Fare Plus $2. June 1G and
17. 21 and 24.
Chattanooga. Tenn. and Re
turn One Fare Plus $2
June 25 2G and 27.
Dixon's Shoe Shop
Whlttlnirton Ilulldinc loath ilde EMI
Main 3t.. ArUmore I. T.
AMPLE macblnerr and alclllfal work-
men. Ilooti and Hhoei mad to or-
der. Itopalr work of any kind done at
reasonable prloea. Doota from J8 to III.
Bboea from SI to 9. Expert Btltchlnir
All work guaranteed. A redaction of
to per cent on all work for poor widows
Shop Doota and Bboea kept on band
for sale. Your custom will be appreci-
Hero to Stay
Ilavo built a new sIiod near my old
ono nm fully prepared to do all kinds
of blacksmltlilntr liorsc-shoelDK and
wood work. Call ana see inc
T. C. LEBUS.
ST. LO U I S
Monteaqle Tenn i and Return
One Fare June 30 and July
1 2 22 23 and 25
In addition to all tbe abore Special
noand Trip Rates COTTON HEf.T noU'JK
will place on aale BOUND TUII TICKKTS
to Hummer Koaorta In Tennessee Vlrtrlnla
Kentucky. Oblo Michigan Nw York and
Canada at sreatly reduced ratea limited to
October 31 for return.
For turtbar Information write a COTTON
BELT agent .or
QusHoovkb D.M. Moiuix W.N. Wkkks
T. P. A. T. P. A. O. P. A T. A.
Waco Tex. Ft. Worth Tel. Trier' Tex.
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
KATY CHAIR GARS
OH-t RATED by the company.
SOME MEN PAY
KM nnfl for aQ expert to
vpiUUUU mnnnco their ad-
10 CK for nn annual subscrin
v Sv tion to Printer's Ink
and learn what all the advertis
era are thinking about.
But even these are not tbe extreme
reached. There are men who lote ots
tinn finn a rear dolnir neither. Fo
v sample copr send 11) ce mat
yi-RiMTKa siwg.no. 10 spruce at. r.
; $100 Reward
Will be paid by tbe Chlckusaw
Stockmen's Association for tbo
arrest and conviction of anyone
stealing stock of any kind from
mimViab tVln A fln aa! i: i Inn
gL aujr iuuuiuui ui buiaaoouuiaviuui
? Notify Jeff Payne Pauls Vnl-
icy. unariey roii Jton I. t.
or W. L. Lapslcy Wynnewood
I. T. Inspectors.
DR. T. P. Howell Pres.
O. V. Haley Sec.
A Traveling Man
Confided to ua tho other day that hp.
usud Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in
his family and needed no other rom-
edy as It seemed to keep tho entire
family so perfectly free from conBt
patlon Indigestion sick headachy
and stomach troublos. Sold by W. 13.
Frame Ardmoro and Madlll.
(World's Fair Bpeclal)
Leaves Oklahoma Olty 0:50 a m
Arrives Kansas City 7:00 a m
Arrives St. Louis .........11:30a in
Arrives Memphis 0:00 p m
St. Loul? Express
Leaves Oklahoma Olty 0:50 a m
Arrives St. Louis 7:15 a m
Leaves Kansas Olty 7:15 p m
Arrives Oklahoma City 0:45 a m
Arkansas and Oklahoma Express
Leaves St. Louis 10:00 p m
Arrives Oklahoma City 6:45 p m
Through cars and Pullman palace
sleepers between Oklahoma City
Kansas City St. Louis and Memphis
For rates and other Information call
on nearest Frisco System agent or
address the undersigned.
15. F. DtiNN
Division Passenger Agent
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