The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 287, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 8, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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THIS is our business and we take especial care that we know our busines- We put forth
our utmost efforts to please our customers and we have two reasons for (onix so. The first
is that it pleases us to see them pleased and in the second place we find that it pas to please
them. While these reasons bear the ring of selfishness they have the spirt of truth and the results
are more than satisfactory. During; this week's selling we shall continue to show the most superb
line of Fall and Winter Importations of W omen's Costumes. Wraps. Tailored Gowns Walking
Suits. Shirt Waists and a most
Comprehensive Display of Boys' Girls' and Infant's WEARING APPAREL
Styles Trimmings and Colors adapted to the height of the season together with the largest and best selected stock of Dry
Goods Furnishings Notions. Etc. it has ever been your pleasure to inspect in Ardmore. Come in and see our goods even if
you do not desire to buy at present for it will be to your advantage to know just what we have in stock.
AI ur $150 Drcs? Kid Gloves at
Choice of any Belt in the house
Fine line ladie.-' and children's
Mack Cat Hose jut received no
. uer at from 12 l-'J a pair and up.
L..die" Fat Bbck Hose the 10c
100 pices Laces worth 7 and c at
The 10c to 20c values go this
50 pieces Dress Percales worth
be vard Sfoing at
The 15c kinds go in this sale at
All standard Calicos go at only
Yard wide Bleached Domestic
worth 6c. 25 yards to a customer)
Wash Rag two for 5c
Hair Fins fie papers 5c
1 Lot Extra Size Rugs worth
1.50 as long as thev last only
DOUBLE FOLD GINGHAMS.
Others ask 10c going this WH-k
EMBROIDERY FADS The Mou ' M .-
lies Patterns and Silks to do same j i-t r
SHOES Onr line of Lad ids Mi?---- al
Children's Shoe? wa never 3 eomp - c
double sole. McKays and Welt.-. v .:
p!eae the mo? exacting.
Proud we are of our out doing all previous efforts for smartness assortmsnt and sty.e wnich cannot be found in any other
store outside OUR OWN and the price asked for goods you vii agree with us are EXCEPTIONALLY LOW
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Nebo I. T. Oci. T. We a.--' having
lota of rata no" aad an (armers any (
It i too wet to pick cotton or ataer
Health la very good la this oectlon.
Our a at this alaea U mom ready
to do the great act to 1 cotton
round Neoo. They Saa4 some cot-
ton la at waek.
Pro. B. Vf. Grtaaam ot Board Bot-
tom conducts atnglag at Nebo every
Sunday evealag at S ocloek and has
a large attendance.
Hon. Wj- Aasitr. oa oi U Caoc-
taw ciUaaaiMp comtaaloori. atop-
j a taw dajra ta Board Bottom wtta
le rallTaa. R. C Krebba ad wa.
wbila tu roate to hla hoaaa at McAl-
nter Cboctaw aaUoa. 'klla atop-
rms at Jt C Xrafcba' Urt. Aaatejr
urn ta coatart 1tfc the old reliable
A'dmoretta aad after raadiaa; It de
. !ded that It was the beat aavaoaper
: ubliabed la the Indian Territorr aad
Fubacrtbed for It. Sow Mrt Aoaley
t a ladr of tm edacatioa and ia veil
-oited on toplca of toe dajr
Krr. H. H A.ker of Dougherty
nreachoa to tho people- at White
Uoaal tho loarth Soadajr of laat
month aad left aa appointment for the
tmirth Soaday ia October. The White
' lound Saaday achooi U doiag nm
and bare a large attendance when the
eathr will permit.
Will net cher of Board Bottom waa
around peddling applee thia week. Bill
ielieTea la maklns erery eda;3 cut.
R C. Krobbt of Board Bottom made
a bualneea trip to (rllaoait mine Fri-
day and found hi old time fnead. J.
R. Cnltwood la charge a general
manager. Join is tall of buainee and
it a fine bookkeeper and we think the
Oiltoaite Mining Co. could not hare
made a better selection.
We would be plod if the corner of
tne United State would aboliafa oar
'rib I government Hm gitt w tepa
rate atatehoad or a territorial form of
Fovoramimu We cam not make it any
worse than it already it. unlet It
would be by Joining Oklahoma.
Ran a Ten Penny Nail Thratish Hit
While opening a box. J. c Mount of
Three Mile Bay. N Y . ran a ten penny
nail through the Bee&y part of bit
band. I thotaght at oacc of all the
pain aad aoroaeac this would estate
me." he says "a4 Immediately ip-
plied Chaaibortaia'f !aia Balm aad
occatoaaUy afterward. To my av-
prite it restored nil pmla aatf urianaii
and the Injured parts wore soon heal
ed." For sale by C:tr Tvk -or r
J Itamtey ArtE jr L-.g '
SCHOLARSHIP IN GAINESVILLE
COLLEGE GIVEN AWAY.
Paying Employment for the Spars
Hours A Liberal Ccmnlea
en Every Dollar Appeals to
Ambitlout Yrung People.
The Daily and Weekly Ardmorelte
oSer to eoaae yooag aa or youac
Udy sa opportualty to easily eara a
raotsrchip la om of the bt bui-
aaas coUeao of the coaatry To ob-
tala this acholarsaip yon are re-
quired only to do a wall aaaovct
work aaaoag yoar frksjd aad to add
prost to the pleasure of the work
the Ardmorelte will pay you for what
On December U. 1X1 we wlU gt
to the youac man or mdy aeadlaa; la
the greatest amount of .arh for dm
or weekly eu bee riben a scho-s't.Yp
in the OaiacariUe Buaiaess College
Dally iuhacrlptioa ia worth 50 ceats
a month of $S a year. Weekly sub
:triptioa ia worth !i cent for three
m oaths &0 cevta for six month or 11
for one year. The cash sent la witU
each subscriber I placed to yoar
credit aad if oa December 1$ yon
head the list a scholarship ia the
GalneTi!!e Business College will b
ieemesl to you which eatltle you to a
thorough course in bcok-keeptac. short-
h&ad or baaklar.
The contest eads at o'clock p. m-
Tuesday December 14.
Retain 15 per cent of all monies
collected as pay for yoar work.
Regular txareitar. solicitors &ad
employe of the oOot at not elltlc
to eater the cost teat.
The proposition has merit enough
to appeal to any ambitious boy or
Let your friends kaow that yoa
want the gcastfarsalp aad they wfn
come to your aaeiataac.
Be the first one to send la a Hat
The ooatoat places within yoar easy
graap the boat oaponaaity of yoar
)tt for a haaiBist edaeatloa.
Writ today for aakwcriptloa bleaks
aad saeapis copies.
A Woman's Cemp'exien.
I .? ra-. i f...ss&ss ar-.pt t
--n.ove sa-lowte-ss or gft.is.ae;S :
'.io skin by tie use of cosmetics or
t "local treataeat as advocated by
the "beauty doctors." The only safe
and sure way that a woaas can Im-
proTe her complexion is by purifying
aad enriching the blood which can
only Ve accomplished by keeping the
lire; healthy and active. The liver
' U the seat of disease and blood pol-
ilatioc Creee's August Flower acts
! directly os the lire.- cleanse aad en-
. richos the Mood purifies the coaplei-
ioc. It also cores consllp&ticc bil-
ioasaess. nerrousaess and induces re-
freshlcg sleep. A single bottle of
August Flower has been known to
care the most pronounced asd dis-
tressing cases of dyspepsia and tedi-
gestios. New slsetrial bottle !5 cents;
regular sue TS cents. At the City
iR. W. DicV.
J. H. Mathers....
John L. Gslt
G. H. Bruce
School of Physical Culture aad Aes-
'hetfc Gymnastics especially adapted
;o children. For further Information
apply to Mia Fay Burnett 3! N.
Washington St. $ lm.
The Salve That Heal.
Without leering a scar is DeWUt'f
The name Witch Hasel Is apulled to
many salres. but DeWitt's Witch Hi
tel Saltre Is the only Witch Haaei aalre
made that contains the pur uaada.
lerated witch hasel. If any other
Witch Hasel salre Is offered you it U
a counterfeit B. C. DWltt tar-ante-i
Witch Hasel Salre aad DeWitt s Wli.-J
Hasel Salve U the 1-eet aaivt tn ibo
world for cuts burns br-: t.o tetter
or blind bk-ediag. i: -h acl pr
truding piles. Svld oy s'l dru;.-iiti.
We are closing out our stock ot
sewlag aachiaes at cost. The sale
o?ers you the finest opportaalty yea
erer had to own a good aachine at
wholesale cost. SteT&as. Keanerly &
A cat can flad iu way borne mack
setter thaa a borrowed ambre!la.
Who would keep their ealMren ra
good health should watch for the am
symptoms of worses and remove those
with White i Cream Vermtrage. It if
the childrea'i best tonic. It gets dt-
jeetioa at work so their food does
taesa good sad they grow p healthy
d atroag. 24c at W. B. Frame'.
A woaaaa caa worry evea aboat
-hat clothe tbe ought to wear at aor
The nrx of matraKr.; Kniit:ai-
Toa ret more ror yoar aoner tn
hsstiar aad eswk Mores at Spriglm
than uy other place. He iUi tie
Letder and tie Gsrlasd. Can yon
tilnk of Utter stores!
Frank Butt Treasure?
W. R. Roberts Ass'r aad Collector
Bob McGee City Scavenger
J. W. MofTett City Physician
r".r Ward R. Hardy. J
Second Ward J. S. Mullen. C. F.
Third Ward C. L. Byrne R. W.
Fourth Ward W. T. Gardner W
Finance R. Hardy chairman; C
L. Byrne W. F. Whittington.
Street and Alley The aldermen for
each ward are the committee for U.e.r
respective wards with the ci. - -
chairman over them all.
Police. C. F. Fraley. chairaan; J.
S. McCaaren W. T. Gardner.
Fire W. T. Gardner chairman; C
F. Fraley. R. W. RaadoL
Waterworks C. L. 3yrae. chairmat;
W. F. WbtitlBgtos. R. Hardy.
OrdinaactL J. S Mullens ehairaan;
R W. Randol. C. L. Byixe.
Cemetery R. W. Randol chalrsaa;
W. T. Gardner J. S. McCharen.
Sanitary J. S. McCharea chairman;
C. F. Fraley. J. S. Melles.
Iaprcvment W. F. WhitUsgtoa
chairman; R. Hardy. R. W. Randol C
Solicits your business t
We carry a large and
complete line of first-
class goods and guar-
antee every article as
and brands quueed
MARGUM HAZEN & BANDY
Lexington 0. T.
THE REPUBLIC'S GREAT OFFER.
Board cf Health.
Dr. J. W. MoSett city physician;
Drs. S. S. Carr J. W. Smith Walter
Hardy. Mayor R. W. Dick.
Is the Catted Srates Ctun in He
Indian Ttrritrv S-i:.he.n dlt'.tkt.
K. O. Joaasou pljiut vs. L. E
The defeadaat L. II. Jobs son U
waraed to appear in Ui court in thlr
ty days aad aaswer the complaint of
the piatatiS N. O. Johaeoa.
WItaoss Hon. Hosei Towisecl this
!Sd day of September. l$a.
(Seal) C M. CAMPBELL. Clerk.
Craee. Craca k (H ukcoro. Altur
a H. Butler attorjiy for Non-
First pahttshed Sept taber S5 1W3
Old papers at this once IS centi
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and New Subscribers.
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y the 5c Louis Republic to furnish
oU or aew subscribers with tie
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bound ia elegant cardinal clotb c:'.
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text aad iUustrattoae. The work was
prepared and wrhtea by Monsignor
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Is iZM. Aay oae remitting SI 50 will
be entitled to eighteen months sut-
scripUon to The Twlce-a-Week Re-
public and a copy oi the book postage
prepaid. This oSer Is open to old
aad new subscriber. The book is
printed in English French and Ger
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Given as a present for getting ten
new subscriptions forThe Kan-
sas City Weekly Journal
The boj it irlrl can And no better toe
this a time of croquet.
?aeiete oSerroniUta offourhalli
in a four mallet with necetarr wicket
aad atakev T6e et If well Cnl.be.l
tnrvioebut icl preteots a Dice apptar
Our proposition: Anv boy or
Klrl who will get TEN "new sub-
scriptions for the Kansas City
cekly Journal at 35c each mak-
ing a total of $2.50 and will send
us a list of the names together with
the money we will ship to his or
her address express charges pre-
paid this nice croquet set.
Boys and girls here is a chance
to grt a very nice present. Rustle
a little and get this croquet set as
our proposition onlv holds good
until Nov. 1 1903.
Send money by postofflce order
or draft and advise u of the name
of your express office.
Address all communications to
The Kansas City Journal Kansas
Ca-Send for samnle cnnte o f
the Weekly for canvassing.
Official Journal of
The henpecked man doesn't feel
ilke a bird when his wife makes him
Dieting Invites Disease.
To cure dyspepsia or Indigestion it
Is no longer necessary to live on milk
aad toast. Starvation produces such
weakness that the whole system be-
comes an easr prey to disease. Kodoi
Dyspepsia Cure enables the stotruci.
and digestive organs to digest and as-
similate all of the wholesome food
that one cares to eat and Is a nevr
falling cure for indigestion. dvsteDsfi
and all stomach troubles. Koil di
gests what you eat makes the stum
Don't delay another day about
havinc your clothing dyed cleaned
or repaired. 'Phone now to 17G
and your order will be called for.
Old clothes made to looic like new.
Sjvc'n! attention jiven to Ltdie'
B. F. MILLS
509 West Main St.
ach sweet. Sold by all drueg'sts.
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