The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 67, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 26, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE PEOPLE ARE DELIGHTED.
Our special display of white goods last week elicited many favorable comments from thoe attending our Undermuslin Sale.
In fact our sale was so satisfactory during the pretty days of last week that we have decided to
Continue Our Undermuslin Sale
During this week in order that all may have a chance at
these Special Values. To this wo wU add
DOUR SHOE DEPARTMENT
Is fast (Wine up with new goods f tr earlv
spring Wf'iir i Ladies'. Gentleiiion'H and
Children's Shoe.-". In fact you will llnd this
detmrtment second 1o none in Aruinore. We
handle only substantial and high grade footwear
the kind we cau put our name on and the kind
which stauds'the eruciiil test of service.
Tiy a pair of the "Burton Peel" brand and
y mi will be thoroughly satisfied with your pur-
clnisi'. "Bostonian" Ultra and Rock-
ford Shoes for Ladies.
"Bostonian" and Hanan Shoes
Noue Better. Few So Good.
Those doiuty little cheeks
and stripes for children's
wear and you buy them .at
the same old prices.
FARMERS SHOULD BE CAREFUL.
The High Price of Cotton Should Not
Cause Them to Go to.'Extremes.
Krom reports that arc being made
from the C'hlckamw nation an im-
lnenfco cotton crop will he planted
this year In this section. Tho plant-
ers an; enthused over the hisa prices
that liavo prevailed this season nnd
to ailil to tho interest of the situation
cotton buyers aro bold in asserting
that they will contract to pay 12
cents for cotton delivered in October
of l'JOI. The Hurry In the staph) this
year has placed much more money In
the pockets or tho farmer than ho
expected to realize at tho planting
KGaaon and be will double bis oner-
Slos this year that he might reap
a more abundant harvest.
While his Interest Is attracted large-
ly to cotton the com and hoi; portion
of tho year's work on the farm should
not be neglected for these two arti-
cles from tho basis of homo living.
Chances aro loo numerous to make
a pr.or yield for tho farmer to stako
an out ire rent's work on that staple
Cured After Sufferrrtg Ten Years.
15. P. Haro Supt. M'aml Cycle & Mfg.
Co. Mlddletown 0. 6uffored for ten
years with dyspopsla. Ho spent bun-
droda of dollars for medicine and with
doctors wltliout receiving any perma-
nent benoflL Ho says "Ono night
whllo feeling exceptionally bad I was
about to throw down tho ovenlng pa
vor when I saw an Item In tho paper
regarding tho merits of Kodol Dyspep-
sia Curo. I concluded to try It and
while I had no faith In It I felt better
after tho second doso. After using
two bottles 1 am stronger and bettor
than I have boon In years aud I rec-
ommend Kodol Dyspopsla Curo to my
friends and acquaintances Buffering
from stomach trouble" Sold by all
Must Be Sold at Once
fifty thousand genuine Austin
MayoB dowborry Dallas and Itrltly
Ilarvots blackberry plants. All flue
large healthy plants. A baraln If
t.ikon In wholesale lots. ;0'i Ard-
niorelto or T. C. Ilridgmnn. 23-Dt
C. O. & G. EXCURSIONS.
MardI Gras. Fob. 10 to 10. New Or-
leans I.a. Date of sale Feb. 9 to 11.
MardI Gras. Mobile. Ala.. Feb.
0 to 11. Hate 122.05.
National Educational Association.
Atlanta. Ga.. Feb. 20 and 21. Hate
Tho worst pill of human! m be
swallowed easily ( If It Is heavily cor.
d with gilt.
Special No. 2
100 pieces Double
Fold Percal. the reg-
ular 7Jc grade will go
during this week at
In tho United States court In tho
Indian Territory Southern district
I. Berry A. Oar plaintiff vs. Uz-
zlo Gay defendant.
Tho defendant Uzzio Cay. Is warn-
ed to appear in this court in thirty
days and 'nnswer tho complaint of
tho plaintiff U Horry A. Gay.
Witness lion llosoa Townsend
judgo of wild court and tho seal
thereof this 2I!rd day of January 1901.
C. M. CAMI'BICUv Clerk.
Potter llowman & l'otter attor-
neys. J. C. Thompson attorney lor non-
resident. First published Jan. 21. 100-1
Found a Cure for Indigestion.
I use Chamberlain's Stomach and
Llvor Tablets for Indigestion and
And that they suit my case bettor
than any dyspepsia remedy I have
tried and I bavo tried many different
remedies. I am nearly 51 years of ago
and havo suffered a great deal from
indigestion. I can oat almost anytning
I wnnt now Ono. W. Emorv. Rock
Mills Ala. For salo by F. J. Hamsoy
Ardmoro urug uo. w. u. rramo.
(By M. Felkor.)
Tho following are tho prevailing
prices paid for produce today:
Sweet Potatoes 75c and $1.00
(Uy William Newman.)
Ducks Per dozen. 2.00.
Turkoys Gross Cc.
Geoso Full fcathorod 13.50.
Hons Pc dozen $2.00.
Frying Chickens $1.50.
Eggs For dozon 20c.
Dry Sides S8 Mc.
(By Cold Storage Market.)
Fat cows (gross) cwt....l.50??2.00
Fat calvos '. $2.005.00
Fat hogs (gross) 100 lbB. .$4.25t.G0
In Bed Four Weeks With La Grippe
Wo havo received tho following let
tor from Mr. Itoy Kemp of Angola
Ind. "1 was In bed four weeks with
la grlppo and tried many romodlos and
spent considerable for treatment with
physicians but I rccolved no rellof
until 1 tried Foley's Honey and Tar
Two small bottles of this medicine
cured mo and now I uso It exclusively
In my family." Tako no substitutes
Bonner & Bonnor.
Subscribe for the Ardmorelto.
Take a look through ottr store you will lititl Ncw7 Glean Fresh
Goods in every department. We have no old stuff to offer you. Winter
goods have taken a back seat in our store. The fact is we divided prolits
with our customers on these goods weeks ago when the people needed
them consequently we are now showing New Seasonable Goods in
When you want the new things and the correct styles you can always
Hud them here. Respectfully
HOW HYOMEI HELPS HEALTH.
Kills the Germs of Grip Catarrh and
Colds "Costs Nothing If It Fail3"
Says Druggist Frame.
Now tliat Hyomei can be obtained
in nearly every town and city In tho
country it Ih possible- to buy from
druggists a health giving climnte. to
lie carried in Ufo purse or pocket lly
breathing It a few minutes four times
n day you can soon curo grip roughs
colds and oven tho worst anil most
chronic cases of catarrh
The City Drug Store has seen
so many remarkable cures made by
the Ilyomol treatment that they can
sell It with tbo positive agreement to
return Iho money if It fails to cure.
A complete outllt costs but $lund
consists of tho jweket Inhaler medi-
cine dropper and sufllelent Hyome;
to labt bcveral weeks.
It effects a curo In the worst ca
tarrhal troubles and If breathed at
the commencement of a cold or the
grip will check It quickly and pre-
vent sickness. Extra bottles of lly-
oinel can be obtained for 50c.
When breathed through tho Inhaler
the germ killing and health giving
hyomei goes to the most remote colls
of the throat nnd lungs killing all
catanhal genius soothing tbo Irritat
ed mucous tnombrano and vitalizing
tho blood with ozone.
At this season of the year nvcry
one sJiould have a Hyomei outllt to
prevent and cure catarrhal troubles;
and ward off attacks of grip pnou
iiiunla nnd similar germ diseases.
SANTA FE EXCURSIONS.
.MardI Oraa l-'eb. lo to 10 lUui.
New OrleariB I.a On sale Feb. 1
10 1-1. ltuto $1'J.U5.
See ticket agent for summer tour
Oklahoma and Indian Territory l.ivi
Stock Astjxdatlon. Oklahoma. 1'eb
2L 113 and 21. Hate $:!.."i0.
Modern Woodmon of America. Wirh
Ita Kansas. Jan. i!ti anil 27. Hati-
Mardi Cras. .Mobile. Ala.. Feb. ')
to 14.. Hate $ 22.115.
National Educational Association
Atlanta (ia.. Fob. 20 and 21. Hate
W. A. DASHIELL Ticket Amnt
Mr. Wm. S. Crane of California Md..
suffored for years from rheumatism
and lumbago. Ho was finally advised
to try Chamberlain's Pain Bam which
he did and It offoctod a complete curo.
For salo by P. J. Hanisty Ardmore
Plug Co.. W n. Pramo
Subscribe for tho Ardmorelte
worth 25c goes this
Citizenship Court Docket.
Tht following case have been sot
for the Februarj docket: .February 3.
Gray . PJilliips Julia Iindon W. U.
Moore; February 2. W. It. Cross J.
W. Hhtshlngame; February 3 II. II.
Hawkins Elizabeth Casey; Feb. 4
Wm. C. Mitchell Zora P. IxjwIs. Win.
E. Moore;" Feb. 5. I.ydln A. Garvin.
Henry E. Miller Jennlo Ilii'.eil; Fob.
8 Sarah 1). Drogdon Mary M. Har-
vey; Fob. it. A. N. Cope. Geo. H.Cook;
Tel). 10 Helen V. No.on. W. Mitch-
ell; Feb. 11 G. M. Grady. A. H. Nail;
Feb. 12. W. H. Stallings. Kpslo Un-
derwood Jane Morris; Feb. 15 Fran-
ces G. Neoly Nellie J. Gideon; Fob.
10 I). II. Vernon Henry Umcnster.
Feb. 17 Jonne Horn. Polly Hill; Feb.
k Mattlo H. Stanley Kllza A. Alex-
ander. Ix-wis Hill; Feb. lit Noah W.
Cooper Calvin Wright Meek. John
Skaggs; Feb. 22 Frances H. Hus-
bands Hettle Stewart; Feb. 23 Mary
W. Whaloy II. I). Itowley; Feb. 21
J. M. Human II. J. Petty; Feb. 25
.Martha Arnold. Samuel J. Carroll G.
W. Johnson; Fob. 20 Verna D. Potts
Vlney Davis. John' Mitchell; Fob. 29
Sarah A. Kelton Emily J. Kumwnlt..
The evidence for tho plaintiff In
all these cases has been heard and
only arguments and such evidence
as tho government sees lit to Intro-
duce will bo heard
Cures Colds; Prevents Pneumonia
ing on a guar-
antee of a larger
published lit the
Press room cash records mailing
lists aud circulation records open
to Inspection at any time. . .
We iiIm wish to
arrival of a
.lust now 'ii thoKt daiut little ed;i'- wh'i h 'tie
so popular. A No dainty liiyi-i i m- .i.id Html
incs the kind to be had only at Mm ton-I'. el
Elegant Mechlin Laces Beau-
tiful Embroideries in match sot
Torchon Laces ail kinds.
New Weaves in Woolen Dress
Goods. New Ribbons all widths
Beautiful New Dress
The very things for
the new dns fubncf.
The designs uio very
dainty and entirely new.
The ladies will have the
pleasuie if inspecting
these during this we k.
The Fatted Calf 18 KILLED
And the Pork and Fat Fowls are Ready for the Oven
As meats are the lenders in sumptuous dinner? so our market u
the central mart for meats- Our specialties are.
Tender Roasts Juicy Steaks
Fat Veal Fat Baking Hens and
all Fowls and iVleats for Holidays.
CYRUS PYEATT Manager.
Cold Storage Meat Market
Pneumonia follow La Qrlppo
but nVr follows the uso of
F$l EV'Q Honey
ULLI U and Tar
Ititopi tht Cough and heali the laDga.
ProvenU Pnenmonli and Consumption.
III. O. Taome of III Oicoo4 St Chletco
vrltMi "Mr wit htd U vripp ind It Utt htr
with Trr bad coach on hr land whUh
VoLit'l Hoan IkdTii ntd ampUUI.
If you Intend to burn coal provide
your home or olllco with a Wilson hot
blast coal stove. Sold only by Noblo
Makon Kldnoye end Dladdor niflhl
Tho Wilson hot blast coal stove
no othor quite so good. For salo
only by Noblo Bros
ntopsthocnurfiiancl Heals lunffs.
val jour n't
II to n
Jlie Building Demand
i KT 4.. ..ii r a . ..I
Never ceases to tall for first-cluss
labor and material as better and
more costlv houes are being built.
To in et this wo employ only first-
das i workmen in our factory and use
the best of material Anything that
enters into tho outside or inside of
any kind of a building cau be quickly
nnd promptly supplied by
Ardmore Sash and Door Factory
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owu Spoclal- Paid Correspondents
thus giving quick and unsurpassed
news sorvlco from tho Southwest In
general and tho Territories in particu-
lar. This feature in addition to Its
lino agricultural and live flock page
and other specially edited pages ror
tho family makes tho Dallas Semi-
Weekly News a most useful anl lu
terestlng paper to tho farmers and
stockmen ot Oklahoma and Indian Ter-
ritory. You can now got tho News lo
connection with the Weekly Ardmore
Ho for tho small sum of $1.50 a year
Subscribe now and got tho local
news nnd general nows too at a small
Ardmore I. T.
Fatal kidney and bladder troubles
can alwnys bo prevented by tho uso
of Foley's Kidney Curo. Bonner &
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