The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 182, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 8, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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About 1500 ynrd3 more of tho?e elegaut
2500 Yurds of
Red Letter Days
Batistes and Organdies
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-The satne kind which went so fast Monday
Thesday and Wednesday beautiful designs for
dresses wrappers aud kimouas worth tegular
15 20 aud 25c we cleaned up the entire lot of
about 00 thousand yards for the Burton-Peel
6tore8 they go ocain Thursday
Friday and Saturday
AT THE BIG BURTON - V EEL STORE
Our Special for Monday Tuesday and Wednesday has proven
one of the most pronounced successes of the season Each day
a crowded house and busy sales-people attested the popularity of
this sale k Upon every hand we have heard nothing but expres-
sions of satisfaction and praise of the values offered Especially
has this been so in regard to those Beautiful Batistes and Organ-
dies which we have been selling- at their value fc-So many have
complained that the 3 Day Sales were too short and in order to
give the out of town trade a chance to secure some of these extra-
ordinary values we have decided to
li to 3 Inches wide uico assortment of pat-
terns thoie who boiiRht them in fr.ner pales
can attest their value worth nuywlier G t 7
cents a yard and nre sold tbnt way iu Ardmore
Wo bought an immense quantity aud they jr
nuiiu as much as you like at
Continue the Sale on Batiste and Organdie for Another Three Days Embracing
Thursday Friday and Saturday June 9th I 0th and 1 1 th j
We consider this one of the best items ever placed before our trade and they are in reality being sold for Almost Half the Actual Factory Cost but we
consider nothing too good lor our customers and when we pick up bargains like these We Pass Them on to the Customer instead of pocketing the profit
like some houses and try to get trade by windy adertising and "make believe" reductions. We will also place on sale during these three days the pret
tiest line of Valencine and Torchon Laces ever shown in any house
and at prices never before thought of by any house in the two
Territories. k Read about them Study about them Come and get
Them. This sale will last 3 days only Thursday Friday and
Saturday. We will again sell during these three days..
Valencine Laces Insertions
It is a well known fiict in Ardmore and vi-
cinity that the Burton Prel Laces are superior
to any shown in the city for the price and that
you can always And whut you want here at the
price you want to pay. For 3 days we are co-
itiR to put pale piices on these which will cau-e
you to buy whether you need them or not.
All 24c Valencine Luce and Insertion will
ro for 3 days JP.
12 yds 1 t)L
All 3 cent Valencine Laces and Insertions
will ro iu this sale
All 35 cent Valencine Lace aud Iusertiou
will ro in this sale 1A
12 yds OUL
All 4c Valpnciue Lace Insersiou aud
ro for 3 days 12 yards O
100 yd. Spools Sewing Silk limit A spools to customer r
2 spools for OC
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& tf fo' $1: v. J w W v" W - -;
ARDMORE I. T.
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Valencine Lace Insertion
And bending here is tbu prettiest and
daiutest line of Laces that it lias eyer been
our pleasure to show au appreciative public
and but for the fact that we believe our sales
are appreciated we would not put them upou
a snle counter nt these prices This being
the season for pretty Organdies we nro sure
these will be doubly appreciated.
OurScValencine Laces Insertions i (
and Beading ull ro 12 yds tuI
All 7c Valencine Laces Insertions
and Beading go this 3 days 12yds
All 8 and Sj Laces Beading and Iniertion
go in this 3 days Halo Thursday. Fri- HZr
day aud Saturday 12 vds 1
Our 10c Laces Beading aud Insurious
all ro during ftft
this sale 12 yds "UC
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Howies I. T.. June C We are still
having plenty of rain which Is help-
ing cotton and corn.
Crops nro as lino ns over known
here. Howover. cotton Is not as largo
as It usually is at this season of the
Tho health of enr community Is
very good at the present time.
Mrs. Win. Taught is on tho sick
list this week.
G. H. Howie and John Faugh t
wont to Now Hope Sunday.
Wo had a very sovoro electrical
storm Saturday night which was ac-
companied hy a heavy rain.
Itod river Is said to bo higher than
It lias boon for sevornl years and la
Thcs. II. McGhco has boon nppr!
od postmaster at this place
G. H. Howies went to Galnosvlllo
Saturday to meet his crualn who was
unable to get thoro on account of tho
big rains below Gainesville.
Ten Years in Bed.
U. A. Gray J. P.. Oakville Ind..
writes "For ten years I was confined
to ray bed with illseaso of tho kid-
neys. It wns so severe tliat I could
not move part of tho time. I con-
sulted tho very best medical skill
available but could got no rellof un-
til Foley's Kidney Cure was recom-
moritlod to mo. It has boon a godsend
to rae." Bonner & Houner.
It is awfully aggravating for nnv
ono to Insinuate that they know more
nbout you than you know yoursolf.
and then to persistently rofuse U
toll you what thoy know.
Sued by His Doctor.
"A doctor horo has sued mo for
$12.50 which I claimed was oxces-
slvo for a caso of cholera morbus"
says R. Whlto of Coachella Cnl. "At
thp trial he praised his inoJIcal skill
and medicine. I asked him If It was
not Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Dlarrhooa romedy ho usod ns I had
good reason to bellovo It was and ho
wutld not say under oath It was not."
No doctor could uso a bettor remedy
than this in a case of cholorn mor-
bus: it novor falls. Sold by F. J.
Kninsey. Ardmore Drug Co. W. H.
If a man has a stiff Incomo ho can
afford to havo a stiff backbone.
No uso In walking wnen you can
buy n buggy from Williams Corhn &
C" at the prlrcs and terms they offer
or tho noxt ten days. 18
McMillan. I. T. Juno C Itcv.
Grimes or Lebanon was hero Sunday
morning and evening to 1111 his reg-
ular appointment but tho continued
hard rains kept him from preaching.'
Wo had a very nice Sunday schcoli
In the afternoon consldorlug the
Krnost tho little son of Mr. am
Mrs. Jim Umphroys ts Improving
Mrs. Eva Abner and son George
Wooten from Yoagor arc hero visit-
ing Mrs. Abner's broCior B. A. Bur-
ton. Tho continued rains make farm
work an Impossibility..
W. C. Campbell Jim McCray TTam
Fvnns and othors attended court at
Ardmoro this week.
Prof. Fox of Tyler visited here
Quito a crowd from this place at-
tended tho commencement exorcises
at tho Chickasaw Orphans' Homo at
Lebanon this week nnd report a i
Bob Hlbblor of Weavorton visited
Deep tearing or wrenching pains
occasioned by getting wet through;
worso when nt rest or on first mov-
ing the limbs nnd in cold or damp
weather Is cured quickly by Ballard's
Snow liniment. Oscar 01eon Gib-
son City III. wrltos Fob. 1C 1902: "A
yonr ago I was troubled with a pain
in my back. It soon got so bad 1
could not bund ovor. Ono bottle of
Ballard's Srow liniment cured me."
25c. DOc $1. Sold by W. U. Frame.
A friend In need seldom hesitates
to tell you so.
On tho first Indication of kidney
trouble stop It by taking Foley's Kid-
ney Cure. Bonnor & Bonnor.
Save n nlco sum of money by buy-
ing that new buggy now while Wil-
liams Corhn & Co. aro making spec-
ial prices. 18
An Alarm Clock for 25c.
If you want to get up early and feol
good all day tako a I.lttlo Early Illser
or two at bodtl.no. Thoso famous
llttlo pills relax tho nerves give qui-
et nnd rest and refreshing sloop with
a gentle mcvomont of tho bowels
about breakfast time. W. H. Howell.1
Houston Tex. says: "Early Itlser.i
aro the host pills mado for constlpa-
tlon sick headache biliousness etc 1
Sold by all druggists.
WALTER P. PLUMLEY
Rooms it and 10 Atlantic Bldg.
Washington D. C.
Special attention given to contested
casos before tho land olllco and asso-
ciate practice a specialty boforo all
JAS. M. ADDLE
Office second stairway west of First
GEO. I. JORDAN
Attorney at Law and Land Agent.
WYNNEWOOD. I. T.
Special attention to Commercial ud
BINGHAM &. APPLE
Attorneys at Law.
Land office practlco a spoclalty.
Some time with Dawos commission.
Tishomingo I. T.
L. B. SUTHERLAND
Physician and 8urgeon.
Office Upstairs In Postofflce Block.
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
DR. ROBERT H. HENRY.
Physician and Surgeon.
Spoclalty Eyo Ear Nosa aud Throat.
Office with Di. Von Keller over
Bonner & Bonner's Drug Store
DR. J. W. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon.
Utllce in Gorman Bulldlsj-
Oflice 'phone 63 rings.
Residence 'phone 14.
Office hours 10 to 12 a m to 4
Special attention given to Diseases
of Women and Children. i
Kye ar Noso and Throat
Glas-es accurately fittsd OflJce
ovor Hotchklss' Jewelry Etoro.
xdmors I. T.
W. M. ANDERSON
(T. L. Smith's Stable.)
Offic phone 125. Residence 203
A. E. Adams. E. u. Hcllin
D. D.S. D. I). S
ADAMS & HEFLIN
Tho latest improvement in Force
lain Crown and Bridge Work
Teeth Extracted Absolutely without
Pain by a now nnd up to (Into meth-
od. Everything wo do Is guaranteed
Office No. 117 E. Main over Ran-
Ardmore I. T.
DR. W. 8. BECHTOL.
All work guaranteed. Charges rea-
sonable Ofllco over Hamilton's Shoo Store.
Ardmore ind. Terr
WHITE .1 MYALL
Architects and Superintendents.
Offlco in Noble Building.
Ardmore InJ. Ter
W. M. CHANCELLOR
Physician and Surgeon
We mikecllietaetof women nri nhiM..n
nil jrener! oiortlv inrBery psoUtlr
nolilancft O meet nortbmit teoond door '
nortb of Thlnl rennei
Office with Ardmore Drug C.
DflaCt phone 88 residence yhons XII
net. PhoD II
HARDY A McSEES
PUVSICIASS AND BlMlUEOMS
Offloe boon. 19 io 11 a n jio i p m.B
8 lo 9 p. tn.i Honairi io io u . m na ( 0
D. m omea Pbone Hi. Office oyer Uimtr'i
drat nor osrner Utta aaa Cidflo imiu
Pneumonia follows La CVlpn
but navar follow tha aaa f
I CV'Q Honey
LK.I d aoi Tar
It stops tha Coach snd basis tt laags. I
PrsTsnU PotamoDlt tod CoDsnmpttaa.
Us. 9). Tiohbk .( til Otfooe St. Cklee.
wtIimi "at wife bad I srlppe tod II Ut kw
ilk tvrr eoatb bar Ib vbUa
roLai'SBsaae ma Ti ai.d 4eaUtaljk"
SUMMER TIME IS COMING
YOU WILL WANT A NEW BATH ROOM SUIT
And they n-e cheaper now thin ever before. Our stock is full and
complete nud we do not handle any enamel fjoods that nre nottrnurau'
leed and bear the manufacturer's name uud are sold to the customer
on n strict uuurunteo by
STEVENS KENNERLY & SPRAGINS CO
It costs you nothing to have us figure your Job.
THREE POINTS OF
ThO KatV FlVCr" '."! rcn'lfrn.JallT train nsrvlce between
J' Ht. Louis In tbu north. San Aninnlr. nn.l
- Cbair Uarsanil Conobea aleepI1': Cam oven as tar a Mexico Cltr
The Short Lino "'m?811 K'"1"a CUy nJ okuhom ana
I'. H. The line to Oklahoma City Will' bo opened early In February
"Katv" Dininil Stations !'lo. Moderate In price.
J Mimiijj ws.us.suns unaurpaedlncjoalltyervlce
MThera are othor ' polnts-othsr trains With Sso tnlloa ot road crld-lronlntf
K Mlaaourl. hanaat Indian Territory. Oklahoma and Texas the
' v ' aJr .?n.e.r e"IHonat advantawes to travelerand shipper
S TT a Ike. Hili era. maps Illustrated books aod Information will
cheerfully be (urnlabed by any Katy" oi;eut.
"Koty" to the World's Fair. St. Louis.
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