The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 228, Ed. 1, Monday, August 1, 1904 Page: 3 of 8

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YOU GET THE BENEFIT
MANY GOOD
KEEP
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For
THREE
Days
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Our buyers are very buoy hunting bargains -We aro vory luv giving bargains. This week rinds upon
our counters many new things and we want the people to see them You cannot appreciate what we have for you
unless yon see them therefore wo are going to give you more Special Induamtntt for 3 Dyt In order thai you may not
only get tho benefit of the special lines on sale but also tho many other good things we have for yon. V shall not
weary you with a long talk today because the weather Is warm a l pat ience is at a premium wo shall therefore
come" directly to the point. fr buyers shipped us this week a beautiful lino Cambric EmbroUery in nice wide
widths. There goods were bought luie in tho season for just obo'it hill' t'.ieir value and we will put them on sale
giving yoa the benefit of tile bargain. We al-ays Sell at we Buy you shall again reap the benefit of our labors by buy-
ing goods from us A! I r flan .''" ; it !' .
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THREE J
t Days m
l
Lot No. 1
Nice Cambric Edges worth in cents
anywhere no in ibis sale ut
5 Cents.
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MONDAY TUESDAY
j Our $1.00 Silk Lisle Hose - beautiful designs all in this
Three Hays' Special
SEVENTY-NINE CENTS
Lot No. 3
lieiuiifnl Cambi'.- Edges and
Insertions worm more whol- :;le
SO Cents
We will also place on sale Monday Tuesday and Wednesday
our en' Ire lin (if
LACE LISLE HOSE
Our 50c Lace Lisle Hose best ever showti for price
1 pair $1.00
Our entire line $1.50 Sillc Lisle Lace Hose the Sweelcst ever
showti in the city 3 days
$1.19
$1.19
Lot No. 2
Cambric Kdgex and Tnsfi'tion
at just half their value
8 Cents .
AND WEDNESDAY
Lot No. 4
Extra wide Cambric Edges sell
everywhere at -0 and :.'." cts only
12 1-2 Cents
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ONE PRICE
03.0 E. Man Street lMM-P
UP
Ardmorc Intl. Ter.
SPOT CASH
SttUSUrSSZEI
MMUAUII MUM
THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL'S
GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER.
The Dally and Sunday Journal Mailed
From Time Subscription Is Re-
ceived at The Journal Office
to January 1 1905 for
$1.00.
Over two Months of Free Time.
The groat National Campaign of
1001 Is open ami The Kansas City
Journal extends to the readers in this
great torrltory tho unparallelod offer
of Its Dally and Sunday Journal to
January 1 1UU3 for the sum ot $1.00.
It Is tho deslro of tho Journal to
reach every reador who wants to Hoep
Informed on the great National con-
test and iltu issues of tho day.
Any person who will send quo dol-
lar to The Kansas City Journal by
postofllco money order cxpross order
or drnft will bo mailed Tho Dally and
Sunday Journal from the time tho
subscription Is recolved at Tho Jour-
nal olTlco until January 1 1905.
This offor extends both to now Mtb-
Bcrlptlons and ronewals. Persons
who aro already subscribers to the
Tho Dally and Sunday Journal can re-
colvo tho honcilt ot this offer by pay-
ing their subsrrlptlrn to date at tho
rogulnr rato of one dollar for three
months and then adding 0110 dollar
nddltloual to advance their subscrip-
tion to January 1 1906.
Send your namo at once and re-
c'oTvo'tho benefit of tho full limit of
froo time.
In accoptlng this offer the full
amounC of one dollar must bo romit-
tod to Tho Journal as no commission
or discounts will bo grantod nnd nil
money must be sent dlroct tt Tho
Kansas City Journal Kansas City
Mo.
This offer will not oxtend beyond
Octobor 1 1904 and positively no ad-
justment at this rato will ho grantod
on subscriptions nftor that dato.
Addross Tho Kansas City Journal
Kansas City Mo. 2S A & w
Humanity's Weak Spot.
There are more deaths directly due
torn of trouble Is felt in the lungs you (
sumption. When the slightest symp-
weak spot the breeding place of con-
to weak lungs than all other diseases J
combined. They are humanity's 1
should begin the use of Dr. Bcschee's
German Syrup at once. It Is madoi
especially to soothe heal and
strengthen the lungs throat and
bronchial tubes. German Syrup Is a !
never-falling remedy for consump-
tion. Trial bottle 25 cents. Dig bot-
tle 75 cents. At tho City Drug Store.
over the world.
Ccnshlor not your raiment. Pay
your dressmaker or your tailor so
that you will not have to.
Protect Yourself.
Intending visitors to St. Louis dur-
ing tho World's Fair can assure them-
selves satisfactory rooming accommo-
iatlons through tho Morchants' Sor-
rice Company at a nominal expense.
Tor particulars apply to nearest Frls-
:o System agent. lCtf
v.
Croup.
Is a violent inflammation of the mu-
cous membrane ot the wind pipe
which sometimes extends to the lar-
ynx and bronchial tubes; nnd Is onp
of thfe most dangerous diseases of
nlilMi-an It nlnmct -l-n.r. ..
.-. .-(1. uuiiuat uit.t.ja wuii'n t11 i
In the night. Give frequent small
doses of Ballard's Horehound Syrup
and apply Ballard s Snow Llninvnt
oxlornally to tho throat. 23c 50c anil
$1. Sold by V. U Frame.
For low rates to the World'3 Talr
1 via tho Texas atid and Pacific railway
ask any ticket agent or write E P.
Turner general passfmeer agent Dal-
las Texas.
"Two Bottles Cured Him"
plaint for nbout two years" wrltos
A. If. Davis of Mt. Storllng la. "hut
two bottlos of Foley's Kidney Cure
effected n pormanent cure." Bonnsr
& Bonner.
Protend to lovo your enemies.
Thore's apt to bo more money In It
t!T5nby shewing t.hem ybur hatred.
...
V herever horses are used
they need friends as well as
people. I am glad to be
the friend of tho noble ani
mal in this locality and I
have prepared especially
for him the tiuest and I est
Single and
Double
Ha r n e s s
in the city. They fit do
not hurt and it makes you
proud to sco your horse
dressed up in them. I also
sell
Saddles
and everything else kept in
an up-to-date Saddle and
Ilurne.-s house.
Win-rover buggies aro
used the
Moon
Brothers
Buggy
is n cognized as tho stand-
ard i.f rood buggies. Wo
sell them then wo guaran-
tee thorn and when you
have run one you wili un-
derstand its superior points
and appreciate your good
judgment in making tho
purchase. Wo meet i':e
pricas and terms of others
offered on inferior buggies.
There tiro no carpets on our
ll'jors no rod tape in mak-
ing sales. Uomo in and feel
at liome.-
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MO1
ensr
rrr ft vim TTTi ! 1 im
Jo Co IP !R !L
West flain Street
;
i a r
Ardmorc lud. Ter
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t
OF THE ROAD
ou liavo never soon unywhero a more splendid ar-
ray of buggies and swell stanhopes than you'll tind -hero.
Our stock comprises these popular makes:
While Elephant Buggies
Columbus nnd John Deere Buggies
We are in a position right now to offor you special tori
and prices. Wo also carry as usual a largo stock
1110 latest unproved labor-saving machinery
ins
of
McCormlck Mowers and Rakes
Shelf and Heavy Hardware and Builders' Supplies
I BIVENS CORHN & FRENSLEY
C O It N K H OK M A I N ANI) W A 8 !I I N O T O N H T It K E T 8 T
Treat Your Kidneys for Rheumatism.
When you are sufforlng from rhou-
mntlsm' tho kidneys must bo attend-
ed to nt onco so that they will ollml-
nato the uric acid from tho blood.
Foloy's Kldnoy Cure Is tho most effec-
tive remedy for thu p irjiose. U. T.
Hopkins cf Polar Wis. says "After
unsuccessfully docnrlns three years
for rhoumatlsm with tho best doctors
I trlod Foley's Kilny Cure and It
cured mo. 1 can not ajvak too highly
of this great medbtne " Bonnor &
Bonner
Tako no thought of tomorrow. Iook
out for the Uay after tomorrow and
tomorrow wilt tako earo of Itsolf.
Delivery Wsgonc.
We have the finest grocery delivery
wngoa't ever In tho city and we want
every matt who uses delivery wagons
to Inspect them. The wagons will
ploaso you tli price will please you.
SPKAGINS & COi
At
Allen's
114 Broadway Phone 179
CnrrifiRp Shop you can utt U'thber Tires Repaired. Horses
Shod nud nil (lenernl lJlucksinithin: and Btifriry Hop tiriugj
R-ivrrnishiut; Paintinu Ton liitmn tuir fact the hit; 'nd of
our htisinnPrt in HUtUiY REPAIRING. We aiv chf-p0'
pl in ibis ltn-. Why not g vt- n your work? W will do
it nht and eiw you rle list on prices. D. H. ALLEN
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Heils Htiiiri't In Pries.
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