The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 226, Ed. 1, Friday, July 29, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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t Beautiful Organdies. t
t This is the suason for Organdie. The hot
suininor days roquiro a light airy material.
t Wo always have tho right goods at tho right
timo and arc goiug to put on sale for Thurs j
day Friday and Saturday a beautiful $
lino of Orgaudio in largo lloral designs tho
4 very newest things out this season.
Tho 35c Orsandio for 15c
Tho 50o Silk Organdie (or.
Thursday Friday and Saturday
We keep the ball rolling we believe in keeping things
lively. We prefer making a little less to standing around
i Colored Linens
4......I.I....-HII waiting for customers.
The old idea of big profits is fast playing .h-
t TORCHON LACE
J Wo will place on sale our entire linu col. J
t orod dress Linens for Thursday. Friday and
Saturday at price which will attract ovory t
J lady now goods no old faded pieces to offer
Tho 'J3c Linens go at 15c $
Tho 35c Linens go at 22 l-2c f
out iu Ardmore our continued
Campaign of Special Sales
has brought about a new order of things.
It pays to Save the NicKels
just the same as it pays to save the dollars.
Wo have a fow hundred yards of thoso excellent
values in Torchon Lace the 01c and 7ic kind for
these three days wo will put the whole lot on sale
you buy as much as you like per yard
f Two and One-half Cents
In the matter of Prices and values the
People are Educated
Therefore our sales are a success and are
daily growing in favor.
Be One of the LunKy Ones
and be here too with the rest of friendsUo
participate in our Special Inducements.
f Wo have an elegant lino of thoso pretty
things in Silk Tissues. They come in lace
t stripe and Persian stripe also in champagno
j gioand with satin stupe. All aro our best
r0c values and you can buy them Thursday
t Friday and Saturday at only 25c
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i.t..H..H. You will again witness a busy time at the Big Store
Our buyer shipped us a big lot of Mill end
Apron Ginghams in small chocks a fow sol-
ids. Thoso goods aro worth any whore OJc
por yard but wo will give the people all
they may need during these three days of
Thursday Friday and Saturday
for the values quoted on this page cannot fail to attract.
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special soiling at p;
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NATURE'S OWN REMEDY.
Mi-o-na No Ordinary Remedy. Guar-
antee Bond with Every Box.
The unusual way In which tho City
Drug Store one or ArJmore's most
reliable ilruggists. soils Mlo-na. om-
lhaslze tho fact that this romody
possossos unusual merits. Road tho
followlns fiuarantoe that they bIvo
with ovory package of Ml-o-na thoy
sell and see how plain and positive It
lrIf Ml-c-na does not cure you of
dyspopsla. wo will return your
I hereby nrei to rf funil tbi money
rmlil fur Ml-u-nnou return u( Ihnpmptir
tiux. If the purchaser tulU me tlmt li has
(ailed to rur dyiejl;i or momiioli ills-
onlem. Thin nunratitee cuvera two Sl'o
boies or a month's treatment.
Thin s-ruw ny flcyiiH-ss people are
usually ik rvous lrr!tal)li. billons an 1
dyspeptic. Kvery chutiKe of the wea-
ther affects them it they happen to
eat or to drink auyi liln? containing
disease germs it develops at once
and thoy are the first subjects of any
! contagious disease coming Into tiio
I neighborhood. Their life Is a contin-
ual worry In their efforts to avoii
oxposuro to damp and ma.arluug a-
mosphere. People can gnii lrom 1
to 3 pounds of solid healthy lloch i-r
week by tho uso of Dr. Otinn s Ulood
and Nerve- Tonic It puts tholr system
In condition to resist sicliu.'i-. This
tonic is In tablet form o Us taken
right alter moil'.. Sol! b- all Oitii?-
r.sts for 75c p'-i- bo r: - Loes for
?2. It turnj th L" c l you eat Tito
strong rich bl.nl 5.'.- p-eveiits and
cures disease. People toll us who
have li sod the tonic that it cures thorn
thou keeps them from getting sick
afterward. For salo by W. U. Frame
There is no long continued treat-
ment when Ml-o-na Is used. Its ac-
tion is quick and complete. Rarely
is more taan a month's treatment
needed to effect a cure even In the
most serious and complicated disor-
ders of the digestive systo.
Water Coolersl Water Coolersl
Any size you want and at closing
MVENS. COHHN it FHhN'SLKY.
Spraying Insures tho largest possi-
ble yield of fruits and vegotnblos. Wo
have everything required for spraying
at right prices.
21 F. J. KAMSBY. Druggist.
The Amount We Eat.
"Vo II vo not by tho quantity wo eat
nor tho variety but by what tho sys-
tem can utilize. No matter how good
or plentiful your food is It starves
tho system unless your digestion is
good. So make cortuln that your
food" Is properly digested by taking a
doso of Green's August lflowor before
oriafter moals. It will not only aid
digestion it will stir the liver to reg-
ular habits sweeten the stomach and
provont constipation. Trial bottle 25
cents. Uig bottlo 7D cents. At the
City Drug Store.
Intending visitors to St. Louis dur-
ing tho World's Fair can assuro them-
selves satisfactory rooming accommo-
iatlons through tho Morchants' Ser-
rlce Company at n nominal expen n
for particulars apply to nearist Frls-
jo System agent. IStf
All spinsters aro Single' front clioicij
When Other Medicines Have Pa-lied
"I was troubled with kidney com-
tako Foley's Kidney Cure. It has ctfr-
od when everything el'&o has disap-
pointed. Bonner & Conner.
V herevcr hor.vs aro used
":' they need friends as well as
people. 1 am glad to bo
tho friend of tho noble ani
? tnal in this locality and I
have prepared especially
for him the finest and best
Tho good man who goes wroW 1b a'
bad man Jdst fouffd" out.
Treat Your Kidneys for Rheumatlsnf.
When you aro suffering from rheu-
matism tho kidneys must bo' attend
ed to at once so' that they will elimi-
nate tho uric acid from the blood.
Foloy's Kidney Curo is tho most effec-
tive remedy for tin? p irposo. U. T.
Hopkins of Polar Wis. says "After
unsuccessfully doctoring three years
for rheumatism with tho best doctors
t triod Foley's Klluy Curo and it
cured mo. I can not speak too highly
of this great medicine" Dotincr &.
in tho city. They fit. do
f not hurt and it makes you
proud to soo your horse
' dressed up in them. I also
Poor tld Kamlnura iloesu't seem
able to get'even a snap shot.
Piles Upon Top of Plle3.
Plies Upon top cf plies of people
havo tho plies and Do Witt's Witch
Hazol salvo cures them. Thcro arc
many different kinds of pllos but if
you get tho genulho original Witch
Hazel salvo mado by B. C. DeWltt
(c Co. of Chicago a curo Is certain.
II. A. TIsdalo of Summorton. S. C
says. "I had piles 20 years and Do
Witt's salvo cured mo nfter every-
thing olso failed." Sold by all druggists.
Foloy's Kldnoy Curo purifies the
blood by straining out tho Imputitler
and tones up the whole system. Cures
kidney and bladder troubles. Bonner
Mpkon Kidneys and Bladder flight
and everything else kept in
an npto-date Saddle and
jj. rfarries-s housty.
Wi.i'tvver b iiL'jfius
is r. cognized as tho stand-
ard nf good buggies. Wo
soli thom. then wo guaran-
tee them and when you
havo run one you will un-
derstand its superior points
and appreciate your good
judgment iu making tho
purchase. Wo moot tire
prices and terms of others
efferod on inforior buggies.
There are no carpets on our
lloors no red tape in mak-
ing sales. Come iu and feel
J. C. PREDDY
Vest rinln Street
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Ardmore Ind Tcr
Tiie Dw"rj"d Ardmoreite
For All the News
All the Time.
r. Tho B
r s i n u
OF THE ROAD
You have novel' soon an v whore a more snlnndid .ar
ray of buggies and swell stanhopes than you'll find horo.
Our stock comprises thoso popular makes: f
White Elephant Buggies
Columbus and John Deere Buggies
We are iu a position right now to ollor you special terms
and prices. Wo also carry as usual u large stock of
tho latest improved labor-saving machinery
McCormlck Mowers and Rakes
Shelf and Heavy Hardware and Builders' Supplies
BIVENS CORHN & FRENSLEY
C O It N K It op MAI N A N I W A 8 II I (1 T O .V 8 T It K K T H
Never etaeis lo i.ull for firet-claet
ulor and matciinl ns better nr
tiuuf costlv li(iu-ed nre heinir buil'
' ninpfit this we employ only first-
ithM wnrbinen in our factory nnd uh
Hit bes-t of ttuiteniil At ytliini; thai
i.ters into the outside or inKidn ol
ini kind ot a building can be quickly
mid promptly t-upplieii b
.rdmore Sash and Door Factory :!
AKUMOKli I. 1 !''
1 14 Broadway .Phone 179
Can iMR Shop you enn (ret Rubber Tires Repaired. Horses
Blind and all General IJIiicksmithinf; and Uuucy Repairing;
RuvrrnUhiiiu I'aintinir Top Ropairiu" fnot the his ond of
our bucinecrt .is HU(JGY REPAIRING. U'o are wife peo-
pn in tiiu li'i.-. Wliv not ivo n your work? We will do
it ru'hr ami lmvc .von tht Ijeat on prices. I). E. ALLEN
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