The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 182, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 8, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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JUST THREE MORE DAYS
Thursday Friday and Saturday.
3 More Days and the curtain will drop on our Great Special Clothing Sale
3 more days to reap the Greatest clothing bargains of the season We put this 10 days clothing sale on June 1st with an
enormous stick we have had seven days of the greatest clothing selling in the history of this city but we still have hundreds
of Bargains in Boys' and Mens' Suits and pants that will by yours until Saturday night next.
Boys' Knee Pant Suits
( r Ik $J"" Suit- co in $1.50
( nr lt"!- $2 5 Suits go at 1.90
Our lmH $3 nil Suits go nt 2.25
Our Ixys $3.60 Suits go nt 2.65
Our Hoys $1.00 Suits go nt 3.00
Our Hoys JB.00 Suitu so nt $3.75
Our Boys $fi.00 Suits go nt 4.50
Mens' 3-Piece Suits
Our Mills 5" Suits for $375
Our Mens $7 50 Suits for 565
Our Mens $9.00 Suits for e.73
Our Mons $10.00 Suits for 750
Our Mens $12.50 Suits for g40
Our Mens $15.00 Suits for 1125
Our Mens $20.00 Suits for 1500
Youths' 3-Piece Suits
Our youths $3 00 Suits for $2.25
Our Youths $3.50 Suits for 2.65
Our Youths $1.00 Suits ior.. 300
Our Youths $5.00 Suits for 3.00
Our Youths $5.00 Suits for 3.75
Our Youths $G.00 Suits for 4i50
Our Youths $7.50 Suits for 5i65
Ono special lot of hoys knee pntit suits ro In this sale nt half
$1 5'i Hoys Sultd for 75c
$200 Hoys Suits for 51.00
$2 50 Hoys Suits for 1.25
$3 no Hoy SuitH for 1.50
$3 jO 11. ya Pulls for 1-75
$1 i Hoys Suits for -.00
Our entire stools of mens $1.00
shirt with collars nnd cuffs at-
tached In this sale at
Our entlro Ftx-1; 01 Uoya 50i 10I-
010 1 Pert-ale Waist In this sale a'
100 Pairs Mens light weight sum-
mer Hants regular '$2.nu. Sells
All our Pojs 75c colored percale
waists go in this sale at
Our Mens $2.00 Pnnts for...
Our Mens $2.50 Pants for...
Our Mens $3.00 Pants for.
Our Mens $3.50 Pants for...
Our Mciih $100 Pants for.
Our Mens $5.00 Pants for.
Ardmore Indian Territory
Secretary Approves Citizens of the
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations.
Chinwa hy intermnrrlage: Leon-
ard Oliver Jamos Orlener Hen-
rietta Kiddle Llzzlo Mouser. Lizzie
Klrby Mnry Ellon Crowdcr Minnie
Iloebiiek Ezeklol K. Uernilon Uzzlo
lxF1ore Lulu Hohannn Carrie Ix-
Flore. Augusta Baker Edith James
Mnt Brown Mollle T. Mc.Murtry Sa-
rnh Folsom Conla J. Gregory Cora
Tubby Joseph T. Shropshire Mary
Merryman Norn W. Alnsworth Ia'O
Cane Sarah A. Gentry Mary Duor
Aila Intolnbbee Joseph Starks Delia
Peters James M. Goddard Eliza 1).
Jones Mary Underwood Arthur J.
Cline Mattlo Huuiptou James D.
Catlln Joseph M. Self Mnry Wnrd
Charlen J. Kenille Alexander T. Gar-
ner. William (1. HoUuman RtlwInT.
Hlehnnls Thndeus S. McKasson.
Samuel 11. Hurkreiider Niuuilo
.Moore Thomas II. Williams. Hollo
Mnekoy Ijolan Pusley Mnudlu May
Plorce Daisy I)Ilore Mary Noel
Albert M. HoberUon Vivian Scott
Nevlus. Clara K. McCurtaln.
Clilck.T5nws by Blood: Jackson
MUhontnumby Kudo Wnlte Annie
Colbert Phillip Nelson Susan Hal-
sell Kuln Darker Mlnnlo Darker
Thomas M. Darker Annie iJiurio llnl-
eel. Emma Johnson Charles C. Da-
kor. Stella A. Darker Mnry Tllzabcth
Stowers Mamie K. Stowors. Tlios.
Cecil Stowors Mnttlo Lucille Stowers
lvottlo lister Stowers Mlnnlo C. Loft-
wlch oVlma lcftwlch. George C.
lxiftwlch Dewey Ix'ftwlch James
JJrooka Lcflwleh Frank Welch Nich-
olas Mondavls Wathall Samuel Dix-
on Walthall Druco Ixivo Walthall
John W. Welch Daisy Turner Ludle
May Turner Mary Tumor Fannie
Morelnnil Thomas Keys Willie Keys
Chnrley Keys Anna Ixiulso Winter
Fnnnlo linker I-ouiso C. Daker Chll
ley Nelson Colbert Untlmer Dnker.
""' A "Splendid Liar."
Stanley used to relate the follow-
ing story: One tiny while ho was
ccnverlnn with a friendly tribe dur-
ing hl travels ono of the chief's
prosont inquired how ninny wive ho
posEOMod. Upon Stanley replying
that he had nono nil those present
stood up like one man and unani-
mously osclnlmeU: "What a splendid
llnr." Tly Intensely admired the np-
paront chIuuims with which be had
as Uioy thought tried to pmi off on
thorn a wondrous traveler's tnltf.
Henldton I. T. June 1. T his sec-
ern had a rain thnt was a rain Inst
r.'ul.t. All creeks are up and the low-
lands are under water. Clouds have
in angry look and ns a consequence
slo'm houses are in demand.
Tho cotton crop will give the fdr-
mer plenty of work now.
Mr. Onne's little one Ib reported
Den Collins was In town tlfo first
of the week shaking hands wltli his
Misses Kossle nnd Desslo McKnlght
have returned from Hargrovo college
and speak In the highest terms of the
At the Mnsonlc election Inst Snt-
urdny tho following were elected: C.
II. HenlJ W. M.; I). O. Davis S. W.;
C. K. Sexton J. W.; W. D. Tengue.
Fee.; J. A. Cordon Trens.
It Is Up to the Doctor.
A lady wrote us from Winchester
Vn. that she had been under a doc-
tor's care for -1 years for dyspepsia
the pain nppenred to editor under
the left shoulder blnde wns so severe
at times that she ounld neither ent
nor sleep. She had lost faith In her
home doctor nnd nsked her to sentr
sample of Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver
pills which had been recommended
to her. We sent her two pills In
a few days she sent for a Iwx. Now
she writes that the pain under her
shoulder has left her entirely she
enjoys her meals and never bleeps
less man h Hours every night nnd
this hns nil come nbout In 2 weeks.
nnd cost her 00c for two boxes of
puis says the doctor chargod her
$50 and that she told him he hail
better take the 50 nud Invost it all
In Dr. (lunn's Improved Liver pllla
nnd build up his prnctice. Sold bv
druggists for 25c per box. Any one
having dyspepsia bilious spells or
sick headache can get a speedy cure
by tho use or those pills. Sold by
W. D. Frame druggist.
Mnrsden I. T. Juno C. We have
been having some very heavy rains
nnd nioro electricity thnn for some
The hail south of us almost ruined
crops. Some will liavo to teplant
Crops are looking very well in
W. C. Clifton and Miss Minnie
Heauford wero united in marriago nt
the home of tho bride's parents Sun-
day nftemoon nt 3 o'clock.
Mrs. W. M. Dollen visited relatives
at Hrock last week.
W. M. Dollen accompanied liy ills
daughter and Miss Julia Mnran vis-
ited wltli"Dr. McDonnld at Hrock
Mrs. Kllle Forbes hns returned
from a visit to Mississippi. She was
accompanied homo by her niece. rtTlsa
Guilder who will make her homt
For a HunrlrH Vjaru
For a hundred years or more witch
hazel has been recognized ar a su-
perior remedy but It remnined for E.
C. DoWItt & Co. of Chicago to dis-
cover how to combine tho virtues of
witch hnzol with other antiseptics In
tho form of a salve. DeWltts Witch
Hnzel salve Is the best salve in tho
world for sores cuts burns bruises
nnd plies. The high standing of this
salve has given rise to counterfeits
nnd the public Is advised to look for
the name "DeWItt" on the packnge
and accept no other. Sold by all
When n man Is Just swearing mad
and the wlfo says nothing but smiles
knowingly he will either kill her or
tush out Into tho cold world and slam
A Strong Heart.
Is nssured by perfect digestion. Indi-
gestion swells the stomacn nnd puns
It up against the heart. This causes
shortness of breath palpitation of tho
henrt nnd general weakness Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure cures Indigestion re-
lieves the stomach takes the strain
off the heart nnd restores It to t
Tho Judge charges the Jury but not rally. Kodol increases tnc strencth
as much as the lawyer charges his
No good henlth unless tho kidneys
are sound. Foley's Kidney Cure
makes the kidneys right. Donncr &
Somo girls would lather flirt thnn
cat nnd somo do both simultaneously.
Cures Old Sores.
Westmorelnnd Kns May 5 1902.
Hallnrd Snow Llulmcnl Co.: Your
Snow liniment cured nn old sore on
tho side of my chin that was sup-
posed to bo a cancer. Tho soro was
stubborn and would not yield to treat-
ment until I tried Snow Liniment
which did tho work In short order.
My sister Mrs. Sophia J. Carson Al-
lensvl'H Mltlin county Pa. has a
sore and mistrusts that it Is n can-
cer. Plense send her n 50c bottle. Sold
by W. U. Frame.
Tussy I. T. Juno 5. A very hnrd
wind nnd rain storm vlsltod us Frl-
dny night. Sovornl small buildings
uero blown down.
Saturday morning wo hnd nlmost a
water spout throwing crooks all out
over tho bottoms which swept some
crop clean from tho enrth. It wn
tho biggest overflow wo have had for
Rnln is falling hero again today.
With the exception of t.10 girl's
father nnd the dog all tho world
tolcratea a lover.
Was Wasting Away.
Tho following letter trom Robert H.
Wntts of Salem. Mo. is Instructive.
"I hnve been troubled with kidney
disease for tne Inst five yenra. I lost
flesh and never felt well and doctor-
ed with lending physicians and tried
nil romodles suggosted without relief.
Flnnlly I triod Foloy's Kidney Cure
and U-ss than two bottles complotel
cured 1110 and now I am bound and
well." Homier & Bonner.
During the summer kidney Irrog
ularltles arc often caused by exces-
sive drinking tr being overheated. At-
tend to tho kidneys at once by using
Foley's Kidney Cure. Honner & Hon-ner.
You never heard of any ono using
Foloy's Honey nnd Tar and not being
satisfied. Sold by Bonner & Bonner.
Tho genulno Philadelphia lawn
mower best on earth nt
Prnctlcal Tinners and Plumbers.
by enabling the stomnch
Ivo organs to digest nssimluto nnd
npproprlatc to tho blood nnd tissues
all of the food nutriment. Tones tho
stomach and digestive organs. Sold by-
Ask to seo those buggies that Wil-
liams Corhn & Co. nrc selling a way
In tho United States court In tho
Indian Territory Southern district:
Heulah M. Fowler plaintiff vs. J.
C. Fowler defendant. No. 5'J24.
The defendant J. C. Fowler Is
warned to apiear In this court in thir-
ty days and nnswer tho complaint cX
tho plnlntlff Heulah M. Fowler.
Witness Hon. J. T. Dlckerson.
Judge this Cth day of June 1904.
C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
Brown & Marsh attorneys.
S. II. Butler attorney for non-ros-Ident.
First published June 7 1901.
If a married mnn has degrading
ties it Is ten to enc his wife bought
them nt a bargain sale.
Cures Coldsi Provonto Pneumonia
i YOU TRAVEL
SELECT A RAILWAY A3
YCU DO YOUR CLOTHES.
tMIESOURI KANSAS i. TCXA RAiLWAY.)
Si't Coxfcrtitic ui biKuM Trilr.:
THE "KATY FLYER" AND
KATY DINING STATIONS.
Veils Kot'tfiit Aicf.
Onscrjmsed la guilltj ni U;
Thrown From a Wanon.
Mr. Georgo K. Hnbcocls wns tnrown
from his wagon and severely bruised.
Ho nnnllCil Cliambnrlnln'a Pnln Tlnlm
freely and says it Is the best linlmont
iic ever useii. mt. nnucock is a well
known citizen nf North Plnin Pnnn
There Is nothing equal to Pain Halm
for snralns nnd bruises it will of.!
feet a euro in ono-third the time re-l
quired by nny other treatment. For --
salo by F. J. Ilamsoy. Ardmoro Drug. f 4..M.iAiAixJ
Co. W. U. Frame. X . rTTTTTTtnmf
Many a man who knows r:ero is
room nt tho top sits down and wnlts
for the elevator.
Subiorloe fcr (lit Ardmortltc.
Driven to Desperation.
Living at an out of the way place
remote from civilization a family Is
often driven to desporntlon in case
of nccldent resulting In burns cuts
wounds ulcers etc. l.ay in n supply
of Hucklen'a Arnica Salvo. It's the
bet 011 oarth.. 25c at City Drug
Store W. U. Frame druggist.
In order to mnko room for our
heavy shipment of buggies now In I
trnnslt wo havo somo special offers to
nako in Whito Elephant nnd Colnm-
L113 road buggies. Cash or on time.
Call and bo convinced.
18 WILLIAMS COHITN & CO.
This organization will meot every
Wedtiesdny ovenlng nt tho city hall.
G. A. .NfUEI FR. Sec
Subscribo for tho Ardiaorelto.
Cun itiRe Shop you can et Rubber Tiro Repaired. IJorses
Sh. 1 nnd nil General BlnckBinithinic nnd UuKBy Hopiirinr'-
li v rnishincr Pniatioc Top ItopirriiiK fnct tho hg end of
o'lt oiiriufHs is ijuuuv KKI'AMMXa. Wo nro eafu peo
in.: in mm nn.-. uv not kivo us your work? . wi
11 rit'iif n' i l'ivh you the best on price. I). J. ALLHN
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