The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 164, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 18, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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We arc sure the Ladies of Ardmore will gladly sieze the opportunity to buy the BURTON-I'EEL UNDERMUSLINS at Special Sale Prices. Every lady in
the city Knows the superiority of these garments both in material and worHmanship. She also Knows that no house in Ardmore carries anything HKe the
varied assortment to be found hero -from the Cheapest to the very best.
This Sale will be of special interest just at this time when so many are preparing for their summer outinc. No lady can afford to sit down and dig
away making these garments when we are
h SELLING THEM AT LESS THAN COST OF MATERIAL r.-
We expect this sale to be a grand success as all our previous sales have been. Our sales are patronized because we use no "dummy" prices nor "decoy
ducK" methods- every statement is made with mature thought and every pledge is redeemed with perfect precision. Every Dollar Spent in Our Store by Han
Woman or Child Brings to the Purchaser a Hundred Cents Worth of Reliable Merchandise. WE BUY FOR CASH therefore we Underbuy. WE SELL FOR
CASH therefore we Undersell. The reason our SPECIAL prices are so much lower than elsewhere is that our REGULAR prices are so much lower. Proof Try it
.fl'Jo Ladies' Gowns cotit..
$1.00 Ladies' Gowns ro at
$1.75 Ladies' Gowns ko at..
$2.00 Ladies' Gowns ko at .
$2.'jr Ladies' Gowns uo at
$2.50 Ladies' Gowus o at
$8.00 Ladies' Gowns ro at
$3.50 Ladies' Gowns ro at
$5.00 Ladies' Gowns ro at.
39 cents buys the Ladies' 50c Chemise
49 cents buys the Ladies' 05 cent Chemise.
69 cents buys the Ladies' 75 cent Chemise.
89 cents buys the Ladies' $1 00 CheinUe.
Now is the time you need this
line of goods and you can buy
them at these prices only on
Thursday Friday and Saturday.
liny the L uHm' $2.00 ChewUe.
buys the Lndin $2 25 ChemUe.
98c .. the Ladies' $1 25 ChemUe.
$1.29 btivo the Ladies' $1 50 Cheque
$1.89 buy the Ladies' $2.50
$2.19 buys the Ladies' $:i.00 Chemiie.
$2.89 Jin. the Ladies' $: 50 Chemise.
Ladies 75e Drmvers ro at
Ladies' $1 00 Drawers ro at
Ladies' $1 25 Drawers ro at .
Indies' $1.50 Drawers ro at ..
Ladies' $1.75 Drawers ro at
Ladies $2 00 Drawers ro at
Ladieb' $2.50 Drawers ro at
Indies' $.'! 00 Drawers ro at
Ladies' $J 50 Drawers ro at
livery garment .s made full with double seams and of the very
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HobburKon I. T.. May 1C We had
n Rood ruin Thursday nlHht. which did
otuo l:tuiat;o to young cotton Oth-
erwise It wan a benefit to all.
The Democratic club met on the
12th. T. H. King was elected chair-
man and I. A. Ireland gee-rotary.
Wade I.npsy and 1. A Ireland were
selected as delegates to the Pauls
Valley district convention ond were
instructed to voto for II W. Dick for
Prof. .1. C. Morgan of Tussy was
several cases "of measles arc report-
ed In our vicinity. .
I.lttro Irby Catcs Is reported as be-
ing much better.
There will bo singing at tho school
house'TRls evening at 3 o'clock.
Quit a number of drummers were
among us this week.
If the High winds would only cease
until tho farmers could catch up with
their work good crops would be th
result of their labors tnls year
Our people are In hopes of getting
church services hero every Sunday.
Will ovorcomo Indigestion and dys-
pepsia regulate tho bowols and cure
liver and kidney complaints. It Is
tho best blood enrlchcr and Invigora-
tor In tho world. It Is purely vege-
table perfectly harmless nna should
you bo a sufforor from disease you
will uso It If you nro wise.
H. N. Androws Editor nud Mgr.
Cocoa and Koekledgo rsews Cocoa
Tla.. writes: "I havo used your Her-
blne In my family and find it a most
excollout medicine. Its effocts upon
niysolf have been a marked benefit. I
recommend It unhosltatlngly." COc
Sold by W. II. Frame.
The spring peel doesn't teem to
realize that there Is always room for
one more In the wntdo basket.
"In tho spring of 11(01 my children
had whooping cough." says Mre. I). W.
Capps of Capps Ala. "I used Cham-
herlnln's Cough Remedy with the
most satisfactory results. I think this
Is the best romody I havo ovor seen
for whooping cough."
This remedy k?cpg the ciiiiw loose
lessons tho severity anil frequency of
tho coughing spoils and counteracts
nny tendency lownrd pneumonia. For
srIo by F. .1. Itnmsoy. Ardmoro Drug
Co. nud W. II. Frame.
Any hobo will tell you tnat being
I incliod by poverty Isn't In It with
lolng plnchod by a cop.
Cured His Mother of Rheumatism.
"My mother has been a sufferer for
many yenrs with rheumatism." says
W. II. Howard of Husband Pa "At
times she was unable to move at all
while at all times walking was pain-
ful. I presented her with a bottlo of
Clmmberlaln's Pain Halm anil after a
few applications sho decided It was
the most wonderful pain reliever sho
had ever tried in fact she Is never
without It now and is nt all times
able to walk. An occasional applica-
tion of Pain Halm keeps away tho
pain that sho was formerly troubled
wllh." Sold by F. J. Hamsey Ardmoro
Drug Co and W. 11. Frame.
In Uie United States court In the In-
dian Territory Southern district.
J. M. Hlggs plaintiff vs. Um
Hlggs defendant. No. CSOa.
Tho defendant Lou Hlggs is warn-
ed to appear in this court In thirty
days and answer tho complaint of
tho plaintiff J. M. Hlggs.
Witness the Honorablo Hosca
Townsend judge and tho seal of said
court this 30th day of January. 1901.
(Seal) C. M. CAM I'll I3LL Clerk.
W. D. Potter attorney for non-resident.
First published May .1 100 1.
You can Increase your ncrcago do
less work and make tnoro money by
cultivating your crop with our lino of
J. D. SPRAGINS & CO.
Tho surest preservative for Uio
summer months Is n refrigerator from
"Vllllams. Corhn & Co.
Within tliii pun fnw jft-nrH iiPt-orillnu t a
V(i known vrlti-r. h new literature lias
liuen milled to mir k' row Ink" American (look.
It In thn literature (if the rallroailn Tlie
I'HBsenKer Trallle Department uf tlie M K.
& T. U'y lia litueil a number of lllimtrateil
booklet unit luuniihletii ulilch cannot but
intornst the aveface reader. Write for
coplen of "Imllan Territory." "Texas"
" Tnirto 1'o'Iowh the Flair. " " llunets
chances." "Mexico" "California" ots.
ST. LOUIS MO
MEN AND WOMEN.
Uio Ills 1 for unnatural
Irrlutlona or ulceration!
uf rtuooui luvuibrunei
I'alnlaai aii.l not attrlo.
cut nr poi.onuui.
.Solil hf DruccUta
or 'ti in plain urappar
I'jr cut. a. prepaid fur
l 0. or -1 twain IJ.'.S.
t'ucuiir iv.t ou rouuwt
not lo .Irtotar.
r1 l'r'1 iMUtU.
May Rate Sheet
SAINT LOUIS Mo. rtt'rlds Fair -greatly reduced rate
lukcts on sale until Nov. 30.
Nutional Prohibition convent h n June
2S-31. Ono faro plus for the
ictiiul trip. Tickets on snlo June lit!
SPRINGFIELD III. arAnnual convention Travelers' Protec-
tive Association .In no f-15. Ono fare
plus $2 for tho round trip. Tickets
w. sale June I G and G.
BrajrOnernl Assembly Cumberland Pres-
byterian church May 19-27. Ono faro
plus $2 for the round trip. Tickets
on sale May 17-19.
AsU Your Ticket Agent to Kouto
You viu the Ivock Island
Geo H.Lee.G P.4T.A. J.S.McNallr D P A.
Little Rock. Ark
Keep Posted by The Ardmoreite
SEASON EXCURSION TICKETS.
Hate F.lRhty per cent of double
tho one-way regular rate for tho
round trip. Dates of Sale Dally
from April 1C to Nov. IS. FInoI
limit Dec. 1G.
SIXTY DAY TICKETS.
Kate Ono and one-third fare for
tne round trip. Dates of sale Dal-
I; from April 25 to Nov. :P. J'iual
l irlt CO days from tin ? of talo.
TEN DAY TICKETS.
Hate Ono faro plus $2 for tho
round trip not to exceed ono and
one-fifth faro. Dates of salo April
27 to Nov. 30 Inclusive. Umlt ten
days from date of salo.
For World's Fair Hooklot and
other Information address
C. W. STRAIN
Div. Pass. Agt. Wichita Kan.
MANHOOD RESTORED "GUPIDEHE1
mWmi nu yiaw vitallwr tn ricrlptlon of a ftrooni Hrtnoh tibnleian. will nalcUw
SB . onr. jo" nt all ner? out ilimw and D.f.ou. .kn. ...... uch I.o.l Hnnliuoit Inaona.
F5 ("' "! '.'. Trnul.lli.ir.. rr... trbllll7 l'lmplL
cnrtl h doctor. II Wtui. ninl l oant .i.l.nllt.l. a.lk ... I . a 1 ... . a -. J:
ma onl known romad to i Cora without an operation olltf) Iritlmoniali. A wrltun (uarantaa at ran and
iVr'iVlriuIaraild "aatimoni iu t"n"nn '00 " ton au for b maiL B.od li
ijar.i. UAVllI JIUDICI.-VK CO.. V. O. Uok at?H Uma rraUn a4.
Sold by McKISHVHK DRUG CO.
Swift and Convenient Schedules
High Grade Modern Equipment
Perfect Dining and Cafe Car
AND KVIiltYTIirNO NB' KSSAUY TO INHt iti;
Safe Speody GomfortaEiEe Trip.
Ask nny COTTON HELT MAN - r addreoa
A. S. WAdNUR T. P. A. 1
I) H. AiORGAN TP A
J. P. LRI1ANE (1. V & P
Pt. Worth. Tevas.
A. Tyler Texas.
I jmf ic "-"4w ui iM am -mTtft
T . vanx-. tit St .t5S?n SY3
' MEl3I2&MMtMaaan5n- "-tvlumrm.'....ili 1 .. HL v.J??yv mj V
Sohl at T. N. Colo man's Drug Storo.
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 164, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 18, 1904, newspaper, May 18, 1904; Ardmore, I. T.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc79522/m1/3/: accessed September 20, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.