The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 226, Ed. 1, Friday, July 29, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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JUST THREE MORE DAYS
BIG JULY CLEARING SALE!
Saturday night nt 0 o'clock will witness the closing net and the curtain will drop on the most successful clenrinc of summer merchandise we have
ever had. We have distributed thousands of dollars' worth of seasonable Dry Goods and Clothing throughout the city and surrounding territory
during this Sale at bargain prices never before offered. Come again Thursday come Friday come Saturday and finish up your Summer Shopping.
Three more days to buy choice of any Boys' or
Youths' Suits in our house at 25 per cent off.
$3. CO Knee I'ant Suits for.
$4 00 Knee Pant Suits for.
$3.50 Knee Pant Suits for-
$3.00 Knee Pant Suite for.
$2 50 Knee Pant Suits for.
2.00 Knee Pant Suits for
$7 50 Long Pant Suits for
$G 00 Lone Pant Suits for
$5 00 Lone Pant Suits for
00 Lone Pant Suits for....
We have just received a delayed shipment of
MEN'S FINE LACE LISLE HALF HOSE
that should have been here 30 days ago. which
we bought to retail at 50 cents per pair. To
make a sure sweep out of the entire lot we put
them all in at
See them displayed in our center window
Three more clays to buy choice of all our Men's
and Boys' Suitsblacks excepted) at a discount
of 25 per cent.
Men's S20 00 Suits eo for
Men's $15.00 Suits ro for
Men's $12.00 Suits eo for
Men's $10.00 Suits eo for
Meu'e $7.50 Suits eo for
Men's $G.00 Suits fro for $4.50
Men's $5.00 Suits eo for...
MADDEN L COMPANY
MARSHAL COLDERT SUED.
Joint Men Dring Suit fo. Destroys
T Milts havi' been Med in th-
commissioner's court for damans
nRHlriKt United States Marshal 1- U
Colbert -one fur U0 and the other
for $ru for breaking ami tlostroyli k
mu-h drinks as UmK Horn nnd El
Fino The suits werw brought hy
Jake Schwartz and J. C Carroll
The ranrshall Insist that he has the
rlKht to seise and destroy all 'juver-
apes contalnlnK alcohol and the joint
men claim that their good rome lu
the limits of the law that they arc
protected by internal revenue llcrtuo
and that the Unltwl States authorities
lay themselves liable by de"-oy!us;
Stund kiduoys are aaXeKiianls of
life. Make the kidneys healthy with
Foley's Kidney Cure. Honnsr & Hon-
nor. When the mercury lu the thermorao-
tcr reaches the Aluy height of 100 n
Quick Meal gasoline tove becomos a
iu esflty llivens. Cornn & Kronsley
Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstanding all that Is done by
boards of health and charitably In-
clined persons the death rato among
small children is very high during the
tot wenther of the summer months
In the largo cities. Thero is not
probably one case of bowol complaint
In a hundred however that could not
bo cured by the timely use of Cham-
berlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Hemody. For salo by F. J. HamBuy.
Ardtnore Drug Co. W. U. Frame.
I low koc1 a tew barrels of silence
sounds the day after!
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Di-
ThlB remedy Is pertain to be need
ed In almost every homo boforo the
summer is over. It can alwayB bo
depended upon In iho most sovere and
dangerous cases. It Is especially val-
uable for summer disorders In chil-
dren. It Is plonsant to tako and novor
falls to glvo prompt relief. Why not
buy It now? It may save life. For
sale by F. J. Itamsoy ArdmoroDrug
Co. V. n. Frsme.
R. Dick Mayor
John L. Gait I'ollco Judge
D B. Dookor Chief of Police
J. II. Mathers City Attorney
O. 11. Bruce City Cleric
Frank Ilutt Treasurer
W. K. Itoberta Ass'r and Collector
Rob McGoo City Scavenger
J. V. Sloffott City Physician
lst of Aldermen.
First Ward J. S. McCharen Rube
Socond ward J. S. Mulllns J. H.
Third Ward It. W. llandol J W.
Fourth Ward W. F. Whittlngton
W. A. Gilliam.
Flnanc-e Pennington Whittlngton
Street and alloy Fraley llnndol.
Hardy and Whittlngton.
Pollci Rawlol Gilliam and Mullen
Fire Gilliam Pennington ar i
Waterworks Whittlngton Fra'i-y
Ordinance Mullen McCharen am;
Comotory Handol Gilliam mi '. M
Sanitary McCharen Fraley. Mul-1
Improvement Hardy Whittlngton
Handol and Fraley.
Board of Health.
Dr. J. W. Moffett city physician:
Drs. S. S. Carr J. W. Smith Walter
Hardy Mayor II. W. Dick.
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THE "KATY FLY'c-R" AND
KATY DIMJKG STATIONS.
:U Kcdta-'s lo tr n
Onrpswd In .l- i.i Sir. '.t.
At one-half its actual value a No.
1 gno ! wind mill and water tank. Ap-
y Sidney Huks. Ardmore I. T. ltf
ask the readora of this paper who are
suffering with indigestion or dyspep-
sia to call on them at once and get
a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. If
you know the value of this remedy as
wo know it you would not suffer an
othor dfy. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Is
a thorough digestant and tissue build
Ing tonic as well. It Is endorsed per-
sonally by hundreds of people whom
It has curod of Indigestion dyspepsia
palpitation of the heart and stomach
troubles genorally. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure digests what you eat. It Is pleas-
ant palatablo and strengthening.
Rooms for Rent.
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Y N L
ONE NIGHT TO LAKELAND
In i ninny hours as it once took days the jonrnt-y
from Kuusus l.'ity to the cool hike resorts 1 Illi
nop. WisentiHu nutl Mitinesntn is now comfort-
ubly made by The s'outhwm Litnittd of the
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & ST.PAUL
Leave Kansas City (Union Station) at 5 55 p m
nr Grand Avenue G 07 p. ni.. arrive Cuicuro (Un-
ion Station) S 55 a. in the next dny
Lenve Chicago (Union Satii-n) tb taint
uorniDK and arrive that dny at any one of Etvn al
hundred ideal summer retorts in the Lakt-land of
llliucis Wufoisin ni.d WiLcefcln All meaN
ntvfd in diiiitc utf- Unifn ttatiorF in both
( it it S. DtKiipiivt bt t tit i s f oi ns Hi's' police
F. SMITH G. L. COBB
Commercial Agent Southwestern Passenger Ast
Slaughter Bid. Dallas. Texas. 907fMain St.. Kansas City Mo
SoH at T N. Colo (nau's Drug Store.
THREE POINTS OF
TIiq Hg4u C!uan Fat. roojprn dolir train fervlce between
I lit. ntlLJf riJKl at. Liul In the north. Sun Antonio nod
ClaIveiton In the Kiotb. 1 urouth Sleepmi: Can even a far a Mexico Cttjr
-C hair Cara and Coacnea
The Short Line Teiir"1 KaD" Cl "d okltt"m "d
P. H. The line to Oklahoma Cltj Wlll'be opened early In February.
"Katy" Dining Stations KiJtiXXWXi
Thert are other polnti otbf r tralna. With ittfl mlloi of road trrld-lronlnr
MX Mlnonrl. Kaoaai Indian Territory. Oklahoma and Texaa.the
.1 l. "Katy'1 offers ezcetitlonal adrantaKea to trarelrr and uhlpper
&T alike. Folder man. Illnatrated book a and Information will
I i cheerfully be fnrnlabed by any "Katy" a tent
"Katy" to the World's Fnir. St. Louis.
Because it m the bpst and made at home by
Whaley Mill and Eleyator Company.
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