The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 214, Ed. 1, Friday, July 15, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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Bags and Purses
During thin week we will
put on sale a lot of Ladies'
Hags and purses from 50c to
$3.00 and you can take your
Exactly Half Price
SOcPurses and Buirs go iit .... 25c
$ 1.00 Purses and Hags go at 50c
$2 00 Purses and Bags go at SI 00
$3 00 Purses and Bags go at 150
$ I 00 Purses and Bags go at. . . . 2 00
$5 00 Purses and Bags go at 2 50
grand HARVEST SALE
Sale Closes Promptly at 9 p. m. Saturday July 16.
2500 Yards of
Our Wiiyor picked up another In
beautiful di'Mgths ajrreut many i. .
tin; Organdie finish. Those iril-
always sell at 13c to 20c a yard N..'
a piece in the lot the least bit dam
aged -nil first class goods fresh f r.nu
the loom. V propose to gii f i
Sensation in Values
so wo put thorn on sale this vei'Ic a'
10 yds. for 65c.
During our stay in Ardtnorc wc have never had a more successful nor far-reaching sale. People from all parts of the country have taken
advantage of this splendid opportunity of buying new fresh and dependable goods at prices never before known in this country. From the Rock
Island to the Katy; and from Oklahoma to Texas people have Hocked here and have carried away loads of the good things from the Big Store. This
week will close this tremendous sale and we propose to make this week the banner week by adding new items by slicing off a little ttiore profit and
giving it to the people. Every item quoted in our big "Harvest" ad and every item quoted on this page will hold good until 9 p. m. Saturday July 10th.
If you arc wise you will not let this week pass without getting your share of the bargains displayed.
A dollar will e'o further this weeK than ever in the history of Ardmore.
Embroidery and Insertion
During this week you can buy Swiss Cambric and Nainsook Embroidery and Insertion as much as you like nice fresh clean goods.
The "Oc Embroidery and
The 2i3c Embroidery and
The 150c Embroidery and
The 35c Embroidery and
The. 10c Embroidery and
The 50c Embroidery and
The 7.")C Embroidery and
Tho $1.00 Embroidery and
Tho $1.2.') Embroidery and
and Insertion at
Tho SI 50 Embroidery and
You know onr Embroideries. You know
our extremely low prices. This should
convince you that your opportunity is
27 and 32 inch Egyptian Tissues
Linen Chambrays Q Solid Tissues
Coods worth k to ."5c a yard. We'll
put the entire lot on sale during this
closing of our Harvest Sale. You can
bu as much as you like. Tho f
ontire tot per yard I UC
The Big Harvest Sale Closes Saturday July 16 at 9 p. m.
TQUQALOi Spot Cash
THE PRICE MAKERS OF ARDMORE
Collars and Cuffs
Wo have a beautiful line of Embroid
ored Pique Collars and Cull's all new
styles and vory pretty. Wo want tho
ladies to wear then.. Not one in tho
lot worth less than 25c. All go r
Hi is wool: at only IDC
Tho following dry goods shoo fur
nlshing nnd furnlturo houses observe
Open 7 a. m. Closo t p. al-
dose Saturdays 9 p. m.
As other accept union cards their
nmes will ho added:
Madden & Co.
Uurton-l'eel Dry Goodo Co.
J. 13. Hamilton & Co.
Ardmore Dry Goods Co.
Uandol Hanks & Co.
Sass & Crawford.
Cincinnati Ilacket Store.
It. A. Jonca Furnlturo.
A. C. Young Furnlturo.
Y. B. Lynn Shoes.
W. H. nyrd & Co.
levers dc lots of making up with-
out quarreling and somo married peo-
plo do lots of quarreling without mak-
Baseball Players and Fool Racers.
Limits J. Grugor ox-champion long
dlstanco foot racer or Germany and
Holland writes Oct 27th 1901: "Dur-
ing my training ot eight weekn' foot
races at Salt Lako City In April last
I used Ilallnrd's Snow liniment to my
greatest satisfaction. Thcrcforo I
highly recommend Snow Mnlmont to
all who aro troubled with sprains
bruises or rheumatism." 25c 50c ?1
bottlo. Sold by V. H. Frame.
Don't got chesty because you hap-
pon to be rolling In wealth. Some
day you may roll out of It.
nro caused by Indigestion. It you eat
a little too much or if you aro sub-
ject to attack of Indigestion the
stomach expands swells and puffs
up against tho heart. This crowds
tho koart and shortens tho breath.
Itapld heart beats nnd heart disease
Is tho final result. Kodol Dyspepsia
Curo dlgosts what you eat. takes tho
etraln oft tho heart euros Indigestion
dyspepsia sour stomach nnd contrib-
utes nourishment strongtii nnd health
to ovory organ of tho body. Sold by
Wo all havo our trials and most of
us like to roport them In full.
Bronchitis for Twenty Years.
Mrs. Mlnorva Smith ot Danville
111. wrltos: "I had bronchitis for 20
years and novor got rollof until I
usod Foloy's Honey nnd Tar which
is a suro curo. Hornier & Iionnor.
Wo sell only the best fruit Jars
nnd will npprcriato your trade. J B
Spraglns & Co. 15 d&v
The 'ollowiug are the prevailing
prices paid for produce today:
Wheat $1 00.
Oats 10 45c.
Hay 25c per bale.
Butter 10 to 1C 2-3.
(By William Newman.)
Ducks Pr dozen. 12.00.
Hens Per dozen $2.00.
Frying chickens $1.50$2.00
Kggs Per dozen .OSc.
Green hides 4 to 5c.
Dry Hides SJfllc.
Pecans 2 c.
(By Cold Storage Market)
Fat cowa $2 00$ 15.00.
Fat 'calves $2.004.00
Fat hogs (gross) 4.00
Iloaey Grove Ter
llnnc-y -irovi- Tx
Boschee's German Syrup.
Wo can not understand why any
person suffering with a cold or throat
nnd lung trouble will noglect to pur-
chase a bottle of German Syrup sold
In all civilized parts ot tho world
without a stngto caso of failure. There
aro thousands of consumptives right
hero In Indian Torrltory that give
Iioscheo's German Syrup tho solo
credit of their being alive today. Ask
your druggist. Price 25 and 75 cents.
Lote of peoplo believe in one rollg-
Ion becauso they'ro Ilo lazy to Invest-
igate the others.
Kvcn tho nion who havo greatness
thmst npon them Imagine they haveo
Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstanding all that Is done by
boards of hoalth and charitably In-
clined porsons tho death rate among
small children is vory high during tho
hot wonthor of the summer montlu
In tho largo cltlos. There Is not
probably one case of bowol complaint
In a hundred however that could not
bo cured by the tlmtdy use of Cham-
berlain's Colir- Cholera and Dianhoo
Itemc-dy. Fur sal by r J Hamscy.
Ardmcre Drug Co. W U. Frame
Piles Upon Top of Plies.
Piles upon top of piles of poopb
havo tho plies nnd I)e Witt's Witch
Hazel salvo cures them. There uir
many different kinds of piles but If
you get tho genuine original Witcn
Hazel salvo made by 12. C. DeWtn
& Co. of Chicago a cure Is certain
H. A. Tlsdale of Summertoii S. C
says "I had plies 0 years anil Lie
Witt's salve cured me after every-
thing elso fallod." Sold by all druggists.
On the Road
You are on tho right road when coming to this house
to buy your buggy or hack and thou when you arc out on
the road you have tho satisfaction of knowing that you
havo tho best rig made. '.Ve sell tho
Moon Bros. Buggy
It looks bettor rides easier lasts longer and is guaran-
teed to be a perfect buggy Can you think of more?
Yes there's tho price and wo are prepared to give
you tho lowest price in Ardmoro and as favorable terms
as anybody Come in and sue our collection.
Wo are selling more .saddles than any other two
houses. Becauso our goods arc hundinado and we make
special pricu inducements.
J. C. PREDDY.
West Alain Strtct
Ardmore I. T.
I iiimliintlon Kaplil ami thoroiiuli proi;rii Sliuli hull at night lloran iiml ri'inllni: ft
rm.m HoniM anil t lirlxuun lnllut-tcii Imlii iilu.r aitt-ntion No mi-ouim V M (AT
Kind hut Drill illacipiltii'. IIU-li ami liuii ihfui I ic.ition. athletic Hole tuunlx courts. Kyiii- a
oanluin. hut mill cold hatha. MuiliUnKH tMiuippeil with vatrorK. eli-crlclty titli-phone B
ami other inuiliru L-rinviinliinreK. fiotnfj peri par. I r our llluHtrau-d unlnluKuo ntitl m
caluooar. address. 8. V WALL. Principal. Hut 3)-l)
We planned fully for your comfort Wo Know we have
an Extensive 6tock of
Freezers and Refrigerators
at a riariraln
at a Hacrltloe
Lawn Mow'rs Garden Tools
A GOOD BUGGY
For an Afternoon Drlru
Seo Thorn! No troublo to Show
It would not bo amiss to call on us when you nood
SHOT-GUN or FISHING TACKLE
We Are Also the Buck's Store
ilThe DwXd Ardmoreite
For All the News
All the Time.
The Ruildiiiff Demand
Nevrr oeaacB to tall for first-elaef
lutfir and material hs better and
ii. r costly hotiFes are being built-
liuicct tliis we employ only first-
cIiihp wnrkincu in our factory and wet
tji- best of material- Anything that
I tern into the outside or inside ol
hi kind of n building can be quicklj
t rt ... 1 tk.t.tlt ctmtlw..l 1...
m Sash and Door Facory
I.ohV AKDMOItn I T.
Phone 179 I
Citrringe Shop you can f;it Hubber Tires Repaired. Horses
Shod aud nil General HU ksmithing nnd Buggy Repairing;
Rovrmishing Painting Top Repairing fnct tho big end of
our busiuess is BUGGY REPAIRING. Wo nre snfo peo-
ple in tliis line. Why uot give us your work I '..We will do
it right and give you the best on prices D. K. ALLEN
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