The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 287, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 8, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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Remain for you to secure the matchless values given in our two week's special sale. Hundreds have taken
advantage oi this splendid opportunity and nave gone away singing the praises of our "Busy Big Store."
t For Tte Three Remaining Days Thursday. Friday and
WE WILL MAKE THREE SPLENDID ADDITIONS.'
To the Already Grand Array of Attractions
250 ards white and colored Wash Silk? the
10 cent grndc for these three dujs only :er
22 2 c.
1100 yards white rnd colored corded Wnsh
Silk beautiful Roods the 50 cent grade go ut
$7.50 Patterns go at $3.50
5.00 Patterns go at 2.50
1.50 Pattern go at 2.25
1.00 Patterns go at 200
50 Patterns Fancy Waist Silks elegant
Persain designs the very b"St qualities go dur-
ing these three days at
Exactly Half Price
A ftw pieces of those beautiful Satin
Foulard. We will close them out during this
three davt sale $125 goods will go nt
Tlieee prices hold good uutil our ttore
closes Saturday night.
Cotton Checks lc quality lCf
10 yards for - - - Atl
Cotton Checks 27 in. wide regu-
lar 5c quality 25 yards jj j QQ
Yard wide heavy brown
domestic 25 yards for
Qi-.e quality yd. wide bleached do-
mestic in this sale 25 AA
yards for - - P I -UU
25 pieces of dark plaids and striped
Outing cloth sold by others at 7c
per vard special in this fri AA
salc20 yards for - P VU
Regular 10c quality extra width
and extra heavy iti this n i m)
sale per yard - - I I w
10-4 unbletti'hed genuine peppetel Sheeting
5 yardu to a customer per aid 17c
U-4 blenched genuiue Pepperl.per yd 17c
75 pieces of regular S!c Ging-
hams in all styles special 10 yds.
to each customer
25 pieces of single fold Per-
cales the 7c grade special in this
sale 10 yards for
Checked and Plaid all wool flan-
nels regular 25c goods spec- i r
ial in this sale per yard I DC
Six pieces of plaids all wool
dress goods 51 in. wide regain 50
cent grade special per yard
pc Broadcloth in colors black brown
ny and blue 51 in wide tho r f
gular 75- quality our price "M )C
r ard - . . -VV
Remember we now carry a
mnpk'te line of the Fay Stock-
ings for Misses. Hoys and Girls
pi k ?a 25 'JO !15 and -!0e a pair.
25 dozen Towels worth and
sold everywhere at 10c each we
will sell them this week at 5c each
Komembcr we give a largo fold
ing School Slate with ench$l 50
S. hool Shoes for boys and cirls
or each 1 jvi ' it.
I'urdy. I. T.. Oct. 7. J. W. Iliadlcy
Ib erecting a new store building.
Harp & Oraha Imvo sold their Kin
a.iil intU to l'yburn & Mitclioll.
We had quite ii storm the otlior
night with heavy rain which has dam-
aged cotton and delayed picking.
Mm. Maud Mayllold has boon quite
Tho W. O. W. save an Ice cream
supper Inst Thursday night. Ad-
dresses were mnde by Or. .1. V. Tuck-
er nnd ltev. Mr. Harp. The ladle
oted tho cake to P. S. Held as tho
unlloit man In tho W. O. W. camp.
Tho Kontlomcn awarded the beat cake
to Miss Armar Mills as the prettiest
Klrl in tho houso.
Mr. Hurks has sold his Interest In
the new gin to Mr. Forney.
C. J. IJovcrly has opened up a meat
market which was needed greatly in
P. H. Can- Is putting material on the
ground to build a chicken ranch.
Do You Want to Yawn.
Peel cold shlvcrtags aching in tho
bones lack of enorgy. headacho and
great depression? Those symptoms
mny bo followed by violent noauacne
high fever cxtromo nervousness n
condition known as malaria. Herblno
cures it. Tako It beforo tho dlscaso
gets a fair hold though It will work
a euro In any stage. J. A. Hopkins
Manchester Kas. writes: "I havouscd
your great medicine Hcrbine for sov-
oral years. Thero Is nothing bettor
for malaria chills and lover headacho
biliousness and for n blood-purlfylng
tonic there Is nothing as good." COc at
W. H. Pramo's.
C. O. & G. EXCURSION KATES
Christian church national conven
tlon Dotrolt Mich. Oct. 11 to 17
International Livestock convention!
Chicago Nov. 28 20 and GO. Kate
W. A. DASHIELh Tlc.kot Agt.
Why pay 20c to S&e for fruit trees
when you can got tho samo trees at
Ardmore Nursery at Gc tolOc? t-oct-10
IWIIMM Mlllin.l1.lllWII.lllll.IIWI I . HBUII.M..II
A nlco thing about having children
'u that It keeps a man's wits sharp-
ened to provemt them from discover-
ing how much ho doesn't know.
Do Good It Pays.
A Chicago ninn observed that "Good
deeds aro better than real estate deeds
somo qf tho lnttor arc v:ril)lesc.
Act kindly and gontly show sympathy
r-.ud lend a helping hand. You cannot
possibly lose by It." Most men appre-
ciate a kind word and c'ncournRi.'utu.
moro tbnn substantial uelp. Thoro am
persons m tnls communi'y who might
truthfully say: "My good frlenl cheoi
up. A few doses of Chamberlain's
Cough . Remedy will rid you of your
cold nnd there Is no danger whatcvor
from pneumonia whon you uso that
medicine it always cures. 1 know
it for it has helped mo out many a
time." Sold by City Drug Store P.J.
Ramsey nnd Ardmore Drug Co.
Tho dovll always has an open ear
and a word ot advice for anybody's
talo of woe.
In the United Statos court In tho In-
dian Territory Southern district.
Cruco & Cruco. plaintiffs vs. C M.
Keys & Co. C. M. Keys W. Keys 15.
Keys Hugh Mills defendants. No.
Tho Defendants C. M. Keys & Co.
C. M. Keys W. Keys E. Keys Hugh
Mills Is warned to appear In tills
court In thirty days nnd nnswer tho
complaint of tho plaintiffs Cruco &
Witness llonorablo Hosca Town-
send judgo of said court and the senl
thereof this 21st day of Septombcr
1903. C. M. CAMPCEUj
Cruce Cruco & Ulcakmore Attor-
neys. S. H. llutlcr Attornoy Non-Hesldent.
First published Sopt. 21 1903.
in tho United States Commissioner's
Court In tho Indian Territory South-
ern District at Ardmore.
W. T. Doplo plaintiff vs. I. It. Jac-
Tho delendant I. II. Jacqucss Is
warned to appear in this court in thir-
ty days and answer tho complaint of
tho plaintiff W. T. Bogle.
Witness my hand and olllcial seal
this ICth day of September 1903.
(Seal) T. N. HOHNETT.
United Statos Commissioner
Potter Bowman & Potter Attya.
H. C. Pottorf Atty for Non-Resident.
First published Sept. 17 1903.
It Is tho man who lets his wlfo Imvo
I'er own way that comes the nearest
o having his.
Aro spoiled by using any kind of
preparation thnt fills tho poics of the
skin. Tho boat way to socuro a clear
complexion free from sallowncss plm
plos blotches etc. Is to keep tho liver
In good order. An occasional doso of
Herblno will cleanse tho bowels reg-
ulate tho liver and so establish a clear
healthy complexion. COc at W. B.
THROUGH THE HEART OF
The Great Southwest
"A GOOD WAY TO GO"
FOR FAST TIME TAKE
HTUr iatw r-i f-nii
i inc. rvA it ru: cn
I ANY Rfl
AILWAV AGENT WILL
I BE GLAD TO FURNISH
The time is rire for Plumb-
Wo have ou hand? u full
supply of Plumbing Material.
We know how to do your
Our Plumbing prices aro
Come and see us.
Practical Tinners and Plumbers. 5
Capital Stock - - - $500000.
Orgnnixed under the lr.ws of the District of Columbia.
Certificate filed with the Clerk of the
United States Court at Ardmore.
Arthur D. Hyde Keller I. T.
Astley Atkins Winthrop ass.
J. Percy Wade Catonsville Md.
Rollin F. Foster Wollaston Mass.
Thos. A. McCormick Roslindale Mass.
Chas. F. Richards Cambridge Mass.
James. A. Black Washington D. C.
Tkkasukhr: Rollin F. Foster Room 715; 131 State Street
This company was formed for the purpose of drilling for
the Rector property .
N. IS. Vt Sec. 19 T 3 S R 2 W
S. E. i Sec. 18 T 3 S R 2 W
N v. Sec. 18 T 3 S R 2 W
"This company now has on the Rector property a Star
Drill with tools and a camp outfit. Drilling will commence by
October 15th and we expect to have within six months a paying
Subscriptions to the stock of this company may be had at
10 cents per share. At this price all subscribers get stock at
the same price as the directors and promoters. Every dollar
paid in this company goes to actual development. There are no
salaries rake offs or steals and the directors pledge themselves
to the proper use of the company's funds.
Subscriptions may be sent to the Home Office in Boston or
to Arthur D. Hyde Keller 1. T.
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