The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 185, Ed. 1, Sunday, June 12, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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$10 BILLS FOR $7.50
Is a Bold
Every man woman and child would make a grand rush to accept such a proposal; Now Listkn We are going to make you a proposi.
tionof equal value and it should interest every housekeeper in Ardmorc and vicinity. We are goitig to place before you a
Three Days' Linen Sale
Wherein your savings will equal the former proposition and more than equal it because the Burton-l'eol Linens are superior to any shown in
the city and because our prices are always less than elsewhere. i&.Our Linen Sales are always patronized by lovers of good linens and we expect
'SD AY t0 Prove banner days in this department. s& We can give you but a faint glimpse
on paper and assure you that a personal inspection of the values offered will convince
MONDAY TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
you that this sale is well worthy your attention. Many of these Linens will not be placed before you again at any price because the con-
t dition of the market is such that the values cannot be duplicated especially so in the finer grades.
Red Figured Table Damask full width our best
20c grade other houses get 25c for same this sale
Bettor grade lied Damask a regular 35c grade
our 25c seller goes iu this sale
55 Inch Bleached Table Damask our best 25c
grade worth -35c goes at
00.1.nch Bleached Table Damask a 10c value
our plain figure 35c grade goes at
GO-Inch Half Bleached Table Damask worth 50c
extra heavy our best 40c grade goes for 3 days
00-Inch Bleached Table Damask sold every
where at 50c our best undervalue 40c grade
72-Inch All Linen. Half Bleached Damask our
50c leader others ask 05c goes in this salo at
70-Inch Bleached Satin Damask a 75c value
our best 00c seller will go for theso 3 days
-!- -t- -J--I-t- -I- ! -J- !- -!- 4.
Our $2.50 Pure Linen Book
Fold Napkins all
All 2 Book Fold Napkins
nice largo size go t r a
for 3 days pl.DV
Our SI. 50 Book Fold Nap.
kins assorted do rt j j
signs only $11 7
Our SI Book Fold Napkins
go iu this sale at Oft.-
Our 75c Book Fold Napkins
go for those 3 days
70-Inch Pure Linen .Satin Damask a good h.'ic
grade our bust 75c undorvaluo goods for 3 days
7'J-Inch Pure Linen Satin Damask the best lin- n
on over shown in Ardmoro at$l goes for 3 days QOC
72.1nch Pure Linen Satin Damask a SI. 50 grade
our best SI. 25 seller goes in this 3 days sulo. . . . . . .
2-Inch Extra Weight Satin Damask worth $2 per yard
the best $1 50 seller we over had plain or t i i t
figured for three days 2) I 1 y
Extra Large Satin Damask Napkins book f i nn
fold our best SO grade 3 days p4t O
Our S5 Book Fold Satin Damask Napkins go
in this 3 days sale dozen
at Special Prices.
Our SI Satin Damask Napkins book fold go
for 3 days
All 43 Puro Linen Napkins book fold oxtra
values 3 days
is Inch Linen Finish Towel Crash 4T J (7 C i F) t Bleached Cotton Towol Crash tho ?
t an Mc grade at 5 yds. for 30c ONE SPOT 1 kind you always buy at L 0
f Huck finish Towel Crash. 17 inches PRICE fWmiUJ kOCfl CVULKJ L houses got 0c for U goes in this 3 ?
wide worth 7A and HC 5 yds 25c jMiTJf-.l-iWMIllFI:MjUJM.H;I.W.BgnmM t i Vtt ! R .c 0. X
Special to the Arduiorelle
Kansas City. Mo.. June 11. Re-
ceipts In quarantine division here
this week were mt as heavy as last
owing to the eripple.l railioail condi-
tions early In the week lneide.it to
IIockIs. Taa market has lmp'"ed a
llttlo for the het grades of foil
ataer. Grass stuff unless of the
hest quality is no better and the
common to medium grades especially
bae stuffr.are lower. The supply to-
day wag tho hest -t the week at 40
cars ami Include 1 some of the best
cattio that .uive hen here latti;'. Top
price quoted was ? 1.S0. hut another
drove sold at a bettor llguro. with-
out permission to quote. Cow.- l.avo
gold up ta ?4.'J5 for the bast 1" I stuff.
Grass steurs have sow from $3.75 to
?42u nnd Brass cows principally at
$2.50 to 33.25. Some sales of heif-
ers were at 53.50 or betto. Hulls
have sold close to $3.00. Voat calves
nro no hotter than a week ago and
tho hest now do not bring over 4.50.
Tho spread In price between gras3
stuff and to J stuff will prob?Ly In-
crease particularly ae long as the
quality of the grass stuff Is washy as
tho quality of most of tho gras.- stuff
Hog prices this week arc ?!urply
higher than last and tho top ten.
at $4.87 1-2 Indlcatos an advance
22 1-2 cents ovor last Thurs lay "
gain was distributed over nil weights
Lolow 200 pounds up to 1 " Pad.-
ers expected a heavy run th. week
but woro dlsappolntod which ac-
ccrnts for the strength In i: e mntkft
The supply of Texas iVieop this
week was very light and tho total
supply was only two-thirds of that
of last woak. Texas sheep medium
weight natlvos nnd lambs aro fully
steady with last week; Western sheep
aro to to 15 cents lowor. CllppeJ
lambs sold at $0.25 this week and
Toxns sheep at $1.40 to $4.75. De-
raand for fooling snoop Is good but
vo:y few are coming. I'rlcos on food-
lnp 3lvoep are hard to quote but
J'.nu 70 pound Texas feeders sold
at $3. GO about a week ago.
J. S. RtCKAP.T.
Uv Stock Corresrondont.
MILL CREEK NOTES.
Delayed In transit.)
'To the Ardmotfclte.
' Mill Creek. I. T.. June 0. Mayor's
court has been busy this week.
Marshal Duncan's wife came homo
Wednesday evening from nn exten
sive visit In Tennessee. Sho was wa-
ter bound Iu Momp'.ils almost n
The h".llnrs3 meeting fs still In
progress .laving iMsen transferred to
the MethoJlst church.
All trains run by way of the Fris-
co It -seems by the frequency with
which t.iey pass this place. The
Santa .! has resumed tralllc on Its
own track hut tho Katy still sends
her passengers and frolght trains via
A. .1. Wilson and Mrs. flirlswell
mado a business trip to Tishomingo
Gun plays and "boozers' are get-
ting very common on our streets and
we might ad.1 dinigorous too. It Is
high time a llttlo law and ordor of
tjo good old fashioned kind woro ad-
Dr. I-lno will soon open up an up
to date photograph gallery In our
Tohn C. I.lttlo nttorney at Roff wa-
in town Monday on logal business
connected with tho rallroaJ.
Mr. Hoffman brother-in-law of S.
U Mat tin. Frisco ngont' is here from
Altamount Kansas on n visit and
prospecting tour. He Is woll pleased
with the place and may conclude U
Judgo Halney of Greenville Tex
camo In Wednesday to look after his
oxteuslvo property Interests here
JAS. M. ADDLE
OfUco second stairway west of First
During tho summer kiiney (rrei
ularltles are often caused by excos
uive drinking or belns oerheae!. At-
tend to the kidneys at ence by using
Foley"s Kidney Curo. Uocru?- & Bon
Intending visitors to St. Louis Jur-
Ingtbo World's Fair can assure them-
selves satisfactory rooming accommo-
iations through tho Merchants' Ser-
rlco Company at n nominal expense.
Tor particulars apply to nearest Frls-
o System agent. ICtf
GEO. I. JORDAN
Attorney at Law and Land Agrnl.
WYNNEWOOD. I. T.
Sroclkl sttentlon to Commercial .ad
BINGHAM &. APPLE
Attorneys at Law.
Laud ofllco practice a specialty.
Some time with Dawes cotninlsslo-n.
Tishomingo I. T.
Kya fiar Nose and Throat.
Glasses accurately flttsd. Offlce
over Hotchklss' Jewelry storo
crdmore. l. 1
W. M. CHANOKLLOU
rhyulciac and urfc'eot.
We make illienei of wumeo nil nblMrn.
nd ifBDorsl operktlTe torserr i ipecltlt)
nelldence O llreet northern. onD1 'torn
Dortti ot Third reonei.
OBce with Ardmort Drui C
Dfflcs phone St resWtnc bon w-
W. M. ANDERSON
(T. L. Smith's Stable.)
Offlc phone 125. Residence 20S
A. 13. Adams K. i:. Hell.n
D. D.S. D. I). S.
ADAMS & HEFLIN
The latest Improvement In I'orce
lain Crown and Hrldge Work
Teeth Extracted Absolutely without
Pain by a new nnd up to date meth-
od. Kvorythlng we do is guaranteed
Office No. 117 13. Main over Han-
Ardmorc I T.
OK. W. S. DECHTOL.
All work guaranteed. Charge re
Office ovor Hamilton's Shoo Store
Ardmore . lad. Tm
UI.PhODS rtnl k
HARDV A- iKMtlC-
PHTSICIANt AK1) ft KI.H.N
Ufflerboari. 10 lo II . m.. i to V fc. .
I lo ( p. rai HandiiM. 10 lu II . u.. iuj i
o n Onci I'boDit 111. ODlaioTtr Utiui.
droB nor eornar md inn
WHITE .1 MYALL
Architects and Superintendents.
Otlice In Noble Dullding.
' Ardmore. Ind. Ter.
L. Q. SUTHERLAND.
Physician ana Surgeon
Offlc Uptair in P)ti'.-m - .
Ardmore. 'nn Trt
j& Wtifskey. Morpfiine
Tpi) AND TOBACCO
I cure aimhlr.k-
lent walks the t-u.tb
Dr. J. S HILL
The lay of the lover and tho lay
of the hen are widely different hut.
there Is always a lot of senseless
cackling just tho same.
DR. ROBERT H. HENRV
Pnysioian inc Surgecr
Speclalt) E Eur. No am' If.
Office ltb Dt Vju Kiilt ov-
Honner v Donuhr fl'iin i.ti.r
If you have kidney or bladder trou-
ble and do not use Foley's Kidnoy
Cure you will have only yourself to
blame for results as It positively
cures all forms of UMnay and bladder
diseases. Dormer U Basaer
OP i A jMITh
-liyi.icin tna turtr
.m- t 'turuiA-n HilttitUir
Jitj r- pi). ot- v 3 na
H i"? 1' pfaOO"' l
ot Woski jk-sA CStldr-iti
Pnoumonli follow La Srlyai
bul 'nevo fllow the mm f
01 CV'Q Honey
Ll I O aod Tar
It ltop (be Oonfh tod hull ta I Oft.
PrsrsDU Patumonlt tad CotuompUa.
tit. O. Ttoiat. lit Otcoo4 St. Cfcluo.
tnttui "at ll ktS ti rlpp ad UUrt m
vtia a rerr kti tooth o hir Ibis wkua
Tcita-i't Bant a Txi u4 MMsUtat
SUMMER TIME IS COMING
r i .
YOU WILL WANT A NEW BATH ROOM SUIT
.nd 'Ii a - Ii-Mtr nr v thi i vn' h fo Our stock in full nud
cotupif i ii .i we do hut iMt (J (. u t-mttJiel K hkIh that w uot cuarau
tied in i iifur ti v in iiiut'ututfcr s ua ue uti 1 ur- i)ld to trie customer
llh It Ml'l I U' "lflltrr l)
STEVENS KENNERLY & SPRAGINS CO
It costs ou n tiling to have us figure jour Job.
THREE POINTS OF
I hp 1 1 If -"iv 5!utn" !"'. doI rn. illl trala nurvlce betwee
s lib i-Jf t-t. i.oui. m tn north. Hd Anionlo mil
(iHireatu in tiiH . ih 'i i ruuuu Hlt-fpinic Ctrt evun m (aratlleilcoC.tr
-Coiir t art ami l tut
Tho Shoni" LlPf '"'""'' Kma Cltr and Oklahoma tail
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P b Tim I at to CkUh u. a clu Will ! oi-oeil t-arljr In 1-etiruarr
"Kntv" Rininn fitnfinne mmi.wc. .Mo.irt in price.
j ......-j uniiuri
rpattad In ijaallly.iurrlce
. . u. i ..-7i M.iu. mill. in roan L-rid.irnninir
."'"J1" fcantat. mnian Turrit'iry. Uklatom nd Tmt lh
iv v i I u mauri u imveivrnau oippur
i.ii4mririi iiu'ikb an miuruiiiioa win
' Kity to the Voild' Fair. St. Louis.
M . K
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