The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 126, Ed. 1, Monday, April 4, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE FAMOUS "BURTON-PEEL" BRAND
Owing to the enormous orders placed by t he Burton-Peel Stores which has taxed the utmost capacity of the tailoring houses making the
"Burton-Feel" Brand Clothing we are just a little late in announcing a completedine in this department. You can be assured of this fact
however that OUR STOCK IS ETUTiRELY MEW and that we have no old last year's styles to offer you.
Every Garment in our Clothing Department Carries with it that Crispy Neatness which Pervades the iintirc Line and distinguishes the
"Burton-Peel" Brand causing it to be preferred by the beat dressers.
RSO "SWEAT SHOP" CLOTHING HERE.
Appreciate the Styles and Values Offered You Must
lvvery Garment Sold by Us is a Demonstration of the Superiority oi Our Clothing. To
Personally Inspect Them.
Mm s 2 piece Blue Flannel Suits nil wool ituliued.
welted senilis patch pockets Pants have French waist belt
straps and two hip pockets a value
Men's 'J piece All Wool Flannel Suits black with dim
cheek imlined patch pockets welted seams. Pants have
French waist belt straps two hip pyckets every pocket silk
stayed. A regular $0 GO suit our price
Men's 2 piece All Wool Flannel Suits brown with invis-
ible check of red unlined with welt seams aud patch pock-
ets. Pants have the French waist belt straps aud two hip
pockets. This suit is well worth f7.5i our
We have this same value in dark blue t! round with white
stripes same style and make aud noes at same
Men's 1 piece Crash und Fl.uiuel Suits the latest cuts and
nobbiest stvles l'.uitfiiitf from to $15. These embrace all
the new coloring and are the acme of stvle and deeigti.
Men's Black ('lay Worsted Suits nicely made aud finish
ed lined with fanner's satin
a $7.00 value for
Men's Scotch Cassunere Suits dark green with light
stripe farmers satin lined pants have French rn
waist and 2 hip pockets u regular $8 suit tor .vj)Utt)U
Men's :i Piece Flannel Suits- dark green with light stripe
strictly all wool farmers satin lined
usually sold at $10 00 our price
Men's All Wool Scotch Cassiinero Suits dark brown with
pepper and salt stripe a business niau's
$10 00 suit for
We are showing U'p best line of $10.00 suits ever carried
in our house too many styles and materials for description
Stouts beans and Mediums "Bukton-Peki" brand aud lit
like made to order clothing at double the price
but we sell thdii at only ...
"Burton. Peel Brand" Suits
.$12.50 $15 $17.50 $20 anil $25
arc without doubt the Nobbiest. Neatest and Best Fitting
iarmonts ever shown in the Indian Territory. F.ich suit
represents to the purchnser h saving o from s;(i(io 1 ( m
and possesses all the style ami grace possible to be found in
high grade clothing.
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i'L-ieuHiu i Auiiiimuiuii in mis une wm convince
that we have the proper goods at the right prices
A Nobby bine Boys' Knee Pant Suits ages 11 to 1G. raug-
ing in price from $1 to $5 which we aic sure is without an
eiiial iu Ardiuore.
We call your special attention to 'our Hue "Burton-Peel
Brand" bittle (iei.ts Knee Pant Suits at $2 to $5 which
is decidedly the best ever shown iu our house.
Youths' bong Pant School Suits ages 10 to ID. ranging
in price from $2.50 to $10. this line will surely interest the
Boys for it is i: beauty.
See our line Men's Pants $!.."0 to
ONE PRICE SPOT CASH
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The following are the prevalllni
prices paid for produce today:
Wheat $1. on.
Oats- .".1ffi Hue.
Hay- --'V iier bale.
Sweet potatoes IVr hit 31? 1.25.
Witter 10 2-3 to 20c.
Kkrn- Sfi lac.
(By Wtlllbm Newman.)
Ducks Per dozen. $2.00
TnrKcys (!rois Ge.
Gonsc Full fenthored $3.50.
"lleiui I'er dost. $2.ri03.00.
FryltiK Chldiuns $2.flO(Q 2.50.
Orcen hides 4 to Gc.
Pry Hides S ft lie
(By Cold Storago Market.)
Fat co wh ( urns $ 1 fitiTt 2 23
Vat calves $:!.U0Sp5 00
Fat lams (groxbi f l.nnffil 12u
SenouE Stomach Trouble Cured.
1 was troubled with ti distrcsh In
my stonineh Four stomach and vomit
liiK spells and can tnii lii'tilly say that
Chantberlaln'h Stomach and Liver tab
Jets cured me Mrs. I'. V. Williams.
lilimsliuiK. Mich. Ti'.ese tablets arc
guaranteed to cure every case of
Stomach t rouble of tills character For
sale by F. .1. Hamsey Ardiuore Drug
Co. W. H. Frame.
- Daily Tourist Sleepers
To California also to St. Iwis with-
out chaiiKO via the Toxas and I'nclflc
railway. Ask any ticket ni.'cnt about
this now service or write K. V' Tur-
ner general pnsbeiiRcr agent Dallas
No appetite loss of strength
nervousness headache constipation
bad breath general debility sour rls
Ings and catarrh of the stomach aro
all due to Indigestion. Kodol cures
Indigestion. This r.e' discovery repre-
sents (he natural Juices of digestion
as they exist In a healthy stomach
combined with the greatest known tonic
and reconstructive properties. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In-
digestion and dyspepsia but this famous
remedy cures ail stomach troubles by
cleansing purifying sweetening and
strengthening the mucous membranes
lining the stomach.
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
dlvei Health to the Sick and
Strength to the Weak.
Berth) onlr. It. 00 Sits holdlnr 2'A timet
th trlt) tlie which sails (or 50c.
Vttfntt j B. C. DeWltt A Co. Cklctfo.
In tin- t inted states Court in the In
Turner di-ieudniit. No. 3S12.
J. It. Turner plnintttl' vs Lizzie
The defendant Lizzie Turner i
warned to appear In this court In 30
dnys and answer the complaint of the
plaint llf J It. Tumor.
WltnebH lion lloscu. Tuwmoml
judge of nid court and tho seal there-
of thih 10th day of March. 1004.
(Seal) C. M. OAMl'JIBLL Clerk.
Arown &. Marsh attorneys for
S. II. Hittlcr. attorney for uoa-rogl-dent
First pul)lished Marca 20 1004.
In tho United Status Court la tho In-
dian Territory Southern district.
William Wood plaintiff vs. Nellie
Wood defendant. No. 5b U.
Tho defendant Noilio Wood I
i warned to appear in this court iu 8"
days and answer the com plaint of tin
plaintiff. William Wood.
Witness Hon. Ilosia Towiihenil
jttdgo of said court and tho seal there
of tills Itith day of March 10'M
(Seal) C. M. CAM I'll HLL C"l-rk
Hrown & Marsh attorney! toi
S. If. ltutler attorney for nun r
First pulillsliod March 20. I'.mU
Sold by all Druegtata.
THE BRICK LIVERY BARN
Tishomingo I. T.
Kt'KUlar Daily Jiinc ot Hacks
betweei TishomtuRO ami Havia
Phone No. 70.
J. M. VESTAL Prop.
Flve-rooi.i hoiuo on C street nuith.
six-room hotifo on Cjudo close In.
good place for boarding Iioise. Four-
room hoimo on Hroadway. FIvo-rooin
liouse on Caddo Klghth avenue
1101 th. T. K. KHAItNIOY.
rrtii hi;st food for cmildrun
Id kuihI wi'll Ifciki'il lircnil Komi liuttur nr
Jam. H tiKlni; rll'iKfU.K'W IlKKAl) ynuwlll
lian an icvtlunally KUin-rli.r article nl
(imxI. u t lie Kri'iitcst cam In iiikon In Itx
irirntton th livkt iluurliflnu- unfit prue-
rly an' oleanly mUoil nnd kneaded and
liakeil r mler my illrect nuiervllou.
J. II SIII:(1M Prop.
Tackle to the flalieruian's delight at
WILLIAMS COUIIN & CO'S.
In tho United Status Court In th.- In
dlan Territory Southern dl-tnet
T. II. Lamhert. pinlntllf. Liu
I.anihf'it del'endailt. No 5S4o
Tho defendant. Lucy lnnlieit . 1-
warned to appear in ills court in
days ami answer the complaint 01 t L-
plalntllf T. H. Lamhert.
.Witness lion. lJonvii tawh-i ml
Judge of wild court nnd tho seal tin-re
of this 10th day of March iom
(Seal) V. M. CAMl'HKLL t ' I ' !
II. A. Ledhottor nttoi ny for plain
S. II. Fuller attorney lor 1101110.
First publlhhotl .March 20 1'jnl.
G. P. SELVIDGE A. IH. M. fleets. President.
0c tied Mr.iida March II in their defiant quarters m the I'ostollice liuildniL' ThoroiiL'h
I'ourses will be jjivou in
Boohheeping Banhing Penmanship Shorthand
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL.
ARDMORE I. T.
Winter coughs aro npt to result In
consumption If neglected. They can
ho soon hrokn up by using Foley's
Honey and Tar. For sale at llotrncr
If you Intend to bum coa provide
your home or office with a Wilson hot
blaU coai stovo. Sold only by Noble
The lino eteol
5 years old 1(1
will wclj; h
II n s t all
rou n'l a ad
die horse in thin eiuntr
Black Mammoth Jack
I'iiscseuH a r e
for sure feal and
Full Hlood hn no superior any-
where. Season $250
ViMt our harn .11
CENTRAL LIVERY STABLE
I). K. J LV'T Owner
N. Caddo St. Ardiuore. I I'.
Curas Cctdsi Provonts Fncumonla
We know your wants I
in the UUOl'KHY IASK aud can please ou. All we ask
is an opportunity to try it. We Keep
Everything Under One Roof i
and eery ounce ot ourstockrin tresh from the tarin or
lactoi. Prompt City Delier .
FELKER THE GROCER
A Full House
of htull' and New Seasonable Goods
Al't'ivitll' llllilv W cava tlm i.onnlj
money that trade with us. Cash i very funny to us tmd if vou want
easy payinents ou can cet them of in for less than elsewhsro. at cash
prices. V- arc killii el' hij'li prices.
Hall Hill 1C The House Fiirnifhers. New auir'dtwf
' ihone 104 No. 122 o. side Main St.
No trouble to Price Uords
See tw this month.
Free Delivery. Willincly and nnxiou.
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 126, Ed. 1, Monday, April 4, 1904, newspaper, April 4, 1904; Ardmore, I. T.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc79484/m1/3/: accessed August 2, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.