The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 191, Ed. 1, Sunday, June 19, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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ARE ALWAYS ON THE MOVE
FOR MORE BUSINESS
A L ue of Beautiful
Binu New Lot of
the new weave for summer shirt waist suits nod
skirts Alto a line Novelty Suitiuc in leading
sbudes these are our best values and
are 25 and 35c materials but o t-y 1 o
jr these 3 days at only 1 1-ZC
Wil' also include with this line a new line
of Fancy Imported Duck 30 inches
wide our best 25c value it
will go at only
Our Sales arc bringinc the crowds each vies with the other
in interest and each is but another stepping stone upon the road to
success by Ardmore's largest and best store. The Burton-Peel
houses Know no such word as "quit" they are ever on the ro and
the people are continually reaping the benefits of their unflagging
energy. This is the store that never lets up; the store that's always
starting something new and we never start anything u. can't finish
either. This is the season of the year when manufacturers are
trying to dispose of their stocKs; the past season has been the most
backward in years and consequently the manufacturer is left with
loads of goods on his hands. To dispose of these he is willing to
sacrifice not only his profits but even slice off part of the cost but he must first find some one able to buy in big lots. THE BURTON-PEEL HOUSES ARE
THE PEOPLE TO BUY IN BIG LOTS and our buyer is on the spot "With the Cash." We're satisfied with a small margin; the Customer Gets the Benefit.
Here is the bicjeest barpain in our lions-1 R.iuze
weave material with satin stripe verv dainty
and suitable for the nicest wear never sold any-
where for less that 50 cents a yard and well
worth the pric todn we have a nice lot of
them and we want the ladies to have them nud
ore kouir to put a price on them which will be
a temptation so here goes f0r a rush
the entire line at 2.3 C
For 3 Days
Monday Tuesday and Wednesday June 20-21-22
For 3 Days
Another snap f.r you 44 inch Black Wool
Voile and Ktumine brau new Roods and the
most popular weaves our best $150 plain fig-
ure goods you can buy them
Monday Tuesday and Wednes-
av at ouly
Will witness another undervalue sale in our store on the very
goods the people need at this very season of the year.
No Lady Can Afford to Miss This Sale
if she needs any of the items quoted there will be many other
items on display at special prices which are not quoted on this
Page. :: :: :: :: :: :: :: ::
JUST A LITTLE MORE AND LITTLE BETTER FOR YOUR MONEY
30 Inch Wool Voile In nil the uew shades
make up to look like a dollar n ya. material
the very thintf for this season of the Jenrj light
and cool you muko them up without llnlutf
very swell over contrasting colors
Our best ii()c grade for
i-ytrr.Tii.iBifiAJiJi-W.niww!jjjiJijminw i mn i n i
Ill MIMMI II I ! M Mll
Sjeclal to the Ar lmorulto.
Kantas City. .Mo. June 18. Threo
hundred and IHty seven cars have ar-
rived In quarantine division licrothls
wook. Shippers havo boon making
monoy later and fills week lias prov-
en lo he a case or taking tne pitch-
er to the well once too often The
vory best kinds of cattle are as high
as a week ago. or ns any time lately;
In fact fcovernl droves of steers have
sold this week at 5 to $S.7u in the
quarantine division tho lilglieBt price
since late in l'Jiil'. Hut. tlio Dig minor-
ity of tho bluff has been medium to
common finality thin anil grnigy. anil
such kinds have boon slow sale at
tho isharp decline of 3." to 7." cents.
Grass steers hi'll from $3 lo $15.90
mostly and grass cows at ?2.23 to
$2.85 bulls at $2.7u lo $3 though not
many bulls have been here. Veal
calves have sold dull and lower as
there was a big run of them and
sales havo been at ?3 tc J.25 It Is
not believed that tho "heavy summer
runs are at hand but the big run tills
week Is rather tho result of market
conditions latoly and that with a let
up In receipts will enrao a recovery
In prices especially as quality will
also Improve as the season advances.
Hogs arc 10 to 15 cents nighor than
a wook ago and tho gain Is distribut-
ed over all welguls. .Market was 5
conts highor today and the best since
tho lalo rise set in. Top was $3.02fc.
bulk of sales $4.85 to $1.97. weights
bolow $200 pounds up to JJ.Oii Mar-
ket was strongest at tho close
Sheop and lamb prices are a little
lowor than a week ago principal rea-
son boTiig the poor quality of tno sup-
ply. Quito n number of Texas mut
tons Havo been here hut nothing lop-
py and salos havo ranged frcm $4.05
to $4.50; good to choice muttons
would "bring up to $G.25. Prlcos aro
not expected to lose much In the next
few weeks. J. A. MCKAHT
Llvo Stock Correspondent
Protect Yourself. )
Intending visitors to St. Louis Jur-
ing the World's Kalrcan assure them-l
solves satisfactory rooming accommo
JAS. M. ADDLE
Jatlons through tho Merchants' Ser- '
rlco Company at a nomlual expense.!0"1" !CMni1 fairway west of First
for particulars apply to nearest Frls.-
;o System agent. ICtf
Somo women havo an ugly faculty
of keeping thoni3oIves always In ov-idence.
If you havo kidney or bladder trou-
bio and do not uso Foloy's Kidney
Cure you will havo only yourself to
blamo ' for results ns it positively
cures all forms of kidney and bladder
diseases. Connor & Connor.
Ico for sale every day at Moore &
Go's on North Caddo. 19-lm
In' tho United States court In the
Indian' Territory Southern district:
Uoulah M. Fowler plaintiff vs. J.
C. Fowler defendant. No. 5924.
Tho defendant J. C. Fowler is
warn od to appear in this court In thir-
ty days and answer tho complaint ci
tho plaintiff Ceulah M. Fowler.
Witness Hon. J. T. Dickerson
Judge this Cth day or Juno 1904.
v. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk.
Crown & Marsh attorneys.
S. H. Cutler attorney for non-ros-Idcnt.
First published Juno 7 1901.
Kcop fresh tho perishable fruits
butter and milk In a refrigerator from
Williams. Corhn & Co.
GEO. I. JORDAN
Attorney at Law and Land Aqrt.
WYNNEWOOD. I. T
Special attention to Commercial ud
A.E.Adams E. E. Hcilln
D.D.S. D. I). S.
ADAMS & HEFLIN
1 1 rr
BINGHAM &. APPLE
Attorneys at Law.
Land ofllce practice a specialty.
Some time with Dawes commission.
Tlshominao I. T.
Eye ilar Noso and Throat.
Glasses accurately ntUd. Office
over KotchklsH' Jewelry Btore.
Udmor. I. T.
DR. J. W. SMITH
Physician and 8urgeon.
Office in Gorman Building
Office 'phono 63 rings.
Residence 'phone 14.
Office hours 10 to 12 a. m . ! to 4 a
Sure Cure for Piles.
Itching piles produce moisture and
cause Itching this form as well as
tho blind bleeding or protruding piles
nro cured by Dr. Co-san-ko's pllo rem-
oilv. Ktnnfl Irrliln nnil lilnnillm- Alt.
sorbs tumors. 50c a Jar nt druggists j
or sent by mall. Treatlso free. Wrltol Special attention given to Diseases
mo about your case. Dr. Cosanko lot Women and Children.
Phllu. Pa. For salo by V. IJ. Framo.i
W. M ANDERSON
(T. L. SmJth'H Stable.)
Office phono 125. Residence 203
The latest improvement in Porco
lain Crown and Bridge Worl:
Teeth Extracted Absolutely without
Pain by n new and up to dile meth-
od. Every tiling we do Is gur.ranteed
OHlco No. 117 E. Main over Han-
Ardmore I. T.
DR. W. S. DECHTOL.
Ail work guaranteed. Charge rea-
sonable. Offlco ovor Hamilton's Shoo Storo.
Ardmore ... ind. Terr
WHITE .t MYALL
Architects and Superintendents.
Olllco in Noble Building.
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
Anrone sending n akptrh and dracrlntlnn may
Witrklr nsi-erlam our ciiilnlmi free vliether an
Itivnntlnn la probably patentable. Conimutilrn.
tlonsatrlctlrconttdeiitlAl. HANDBOOK on I'atcnta
enlfrmi. OMett apencr for aecurtiifr palpnta.
Patents taken throuirb Mutm & Co. receive
ipteM node without charge la tlio
A handmslr llluttrated weoklr. Lareeat rlr
filiation of anr srlentlttn Journal. Ternia. II a
yirt fourruontha!!. Bold bfall newadi-alern.
IYIUNN&Co.36'B. New York
Urancli onice. OS V flt. Waibluutun 1). C.
. Pbona I!.
i. O. MDNart
Uai. Phn l
J" iiaej ifpii
f AND TOBACCO
1 I euro any thlnu"
that walka Hie curtli
iV.t Any reforenco
JSv - you want.
.i&V Dr. J. S HILL
HARDY tc McNEEH.
PlITBICIANB AND HUltOSONS
I omoehourn 10 lo 11 a m. I lo 4 p. m.aa
a lo 8 p. m bnndaji 10 lo 11 a. m and I lo I
D.m Offlca I'nona 111. Offloa oyer Bamiay'i
QruB nor oornar Uatn and Caddo atraeti.
L. B. SUTHERLAND
Physician and Burgeon.
Ornce Upstain In PostofEce Block.
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
DR. ROBERT H. HENRY.
Bt( t itrleur.
MEN AND WOMEN. Phyiiclan and Surgeon.
Utaiiiini for unnatural Specialty Eye Ear Nose and Throat
p'jclisrc'" inflammation! nn. .ii n. trn
irnwiioni or ulceration! J Olllce with Di Von Kellor over
lTUr7CnlVu"M..r. '". i not Muia. I uonnor at uonner a u:ug ttoro.
u:maii. sulil UT Drnel.la
'4ii-wiri ':.f a.;b' lor
UCfor w cicuu. u. Id i Vvautit Mpkos Kidneys r.nU Dladdop nioht
Retail Clerks' Union.
Local No. C35 H. C. I. P. A. mcett
second and fourth Monday nights In
L. B. IIOitN President
E. O. MURPHY Secretary.
SUMMER TIME IS COMING
1 liVjhwFvViiiiiiiiM-siiii iMiiiiniiiiiff " mill l M
- tmm: II it ;f?
YOU WILL WANT A NEW BATH ROOM SUIT
Aud they are cheaper now than ever before. Our stock is full and
complete aud wu do not huudle auy enumel ('ooda that are not guaran
teed aud bear the manufacturer s name aud are sold to the customer
on a strict K'rautee by
STEVENS KENNERLY & SPRAGINS GO
It costs you nctliiiiK to have us figure your Job.
"Will euro any caso of Kidney
or Uladdor diseaso that is not
beyond tho reach of modicino.
GIVEN UP TO DIE.
n. Spleifol. 1MI .V. VlrslnlnSt. Eans?lll9
It il. nrlton "l''r oter four yuan I a truubloil
ith n kidney utul liladder auoctlon. 1 lost IIbjIi
au 1 uaj unnhlo tuwork. Tlireo iihjlclnni failed
1 1 help monud I ai iilvon uti to clio. Foley's
Kiinry Cure was ji'i'umrnou)''l mid tlio lint
t ttlo envn mo uroat rxliot ami 'iftor takiuv lLo
tecuud Ixittlo I wmontlrolr curud."
Two Sires 50 Cents and $1.00
I THREE POINTS OF
Tli t Clun Kaat. moilrrn ilallr train service between
I IIU aAULJ rljbl fjt. l)Ui m the north. Sn Antonio and
Oalvuiton In tbe south 'lnrouvh Sleepinif Cars even as (ar as Mexico City
Chair Cars and Coaches.
ThO Short LillC !etweln Kansas City and Oklahoma and
I. 8. The line to Oklahoma City Will be opened early In February.
Meals SQu. Moderate In price
unsurpassed In quallty.aervlcn
"Katy" Dining Stations
Thera are other points nthr trains. With "Soo mlloa ot road k-rlil-lronlntr
Ml Mtnaourl Kansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas the
i "Katy" nflers excHpttonal ailvnutuires to traveler and shipper
O f" alike Koldors main Illustrated books and luformutlun will
OO I cheerfully be (urnlahed by any Katy" auent.
"Katy" to the World's Fair St. Louis.
The $lyX Ardmoreite
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 191, Ed. 1, Sunday, June 19, 1904, newspaper, June 19, 1904; Ardmore, I. T.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc79549/m1/3/: accessed August 2, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.