The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 231, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 4, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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The Button-Peel Dry Goods Company are always on the lookout for something new and nobby. Wc arc fust to place new
styles on the market but we are never satisfied with using a time-worn price with other merchants. Wc have n better plati "Our
first their next.
For One Week Commencing Thursday Morning August 4th
We are going to give to the men and boys of Ardmore a treat in Hat Bargains. We take pride in buyimr the best grade in standard
brand hats and will not put up with old "out of date" styles. Every hat placed in this special denotes the highest grade of work-
manship and is something new and snappy. Our special brands f nobby hats include the following: John B. Stetson Young Bros.
Causa Landingburg S. G. Davis & Co. White Brouch McConkin & Shelton and the Burton-Peel Special. These are not out of date
shapes and broken sizes but a complete line and will be placed before you at the following prices:
Our lino best grade John B. Stetson
Hats regular price $5.00 will go iu
this sale special at
Our line of Young Bros.' Hats the
most popular $3:00 hat on the market
go in this saie special at
Our entire line of Straw Hats also go in this sale special at
The Gauss Laudingburg $3.00 Hat &j pa
goes iu this sale special for pZ.0U
The Gauss Laudingburg $2.50 Hat t? ftft
goes in this sale special for pZ.UU
Our Famous Burton-Peel Special $2.50 Hat a aa
$3.00 grade go in this sale at pZ.UU
Now is the time to buy a hat you can't atford to miss such a chanco.
The S. G. Davis it Co. Hat a very
nobby ono at $3.50 the will go in this
sale special at
Our outiro lino of White Brouch
McConkiu-Sholton $3.50 Hats go in this
sale special at
103-10 E. Main Street
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
The UI1h if ilic MiiiiIii Tor (.! 1 1 11(7
(it'll III a Iluri j.
TIip imuiln lor getting rich -the mad
taW Idea thut we mul Imve money
lms played worm havoc nmoiit; tuiibl-
tlous people tlmii wnr or pestilence. A
member of the Cliicnuo board of trndo
Bays that the men mid women of tlil.s
country contribute SUmUhxwjOO n your
to the hbnrpcrs who promise to innko
them rleli quick. Tliey work the bumo
old scheme of a contidctitinl letter mid
shrewd bnltltn; until the victim purts
with bin money. Thouxunds are plod-
ding atom; In poverty mid deprivation
chagrined and humiliated because they
have not been able to get up In the
world or to realize their ambitions for
the re.iHon that they Hiicciimbed to the
scheme of Home smooth promoter who
hypnotized them Into the belief that
they could make a grout deal wry
quickly out of u very little.
The great fever of trying to raako a
dollar earn $5 is growing more and
more contagious We see even women
secretly going Into brokers' ottlces and
"bucket shops" iuvestlug everything
they have In nil sorts of schemes
drawing their deposits out of tliu
banks sometimes pawning their Jew-elry-oven
their engagement rings
and borrowing hoping to make a lot of
money before their husbands or fami-
lies tlnd It out and then to stirprm
them with the results lint Iu most
caws what they Invest Is hopelessly
Thousands of young Americans are
so tied up by financial or other entan-
Clements even neioro tney get rainy
stal led In their life work that they can
only transmute n tithe Into that which
will count In their lives. A large part
of it Is lost on the way up as the en-
ergy of the coal Is nearly all lost befoio
It reaches the electric bulb. Orison
Swett Mardeli In Success.
"For so vera 1 veais m v wife (vai trou
bled with what ph sllar.s called lck
lieatmcno or n vtry severe ciinructcr.
She doc to roil with several eminent
pliyslcalns and ut u jjreat expense
only to grow worse until she was un-
able to do any kind cf work. About a
year ago she began taking Chamber-1
loin's Stomach nnd Liver Tablets nud ;
today weighs nwre than she ever did '
boforo nnd is real web." says Mr. Geo. I
12. Wright of Now London Now York j
ror saio ny r. j. uatnsey Arumcro
Drug Co. W. D. Frame.
A really bright woman can mako a
'n.nr. think that she Is a good bread-
maker by Just treating him to cara-
mels and tcllluff him that sho's so
fond of cooking.
MYSTICAL NUMBEK NINE.
It V n Trlnlly if Irlnlllps nnd
I nit l . ji 1 1 nf I'ei'li'i'liiin.
Nino is n tiinltj of tnnltiei nnd In-
dicated iierfei tioli or eniiipletioii Tle-n
nre nine earths nine hem ens. nine
gods nine muxes nine worthies nine
crotwon nine ixjlnts of the law nine
rivers of hell nine orders of angels
and nine ehvies of rank in ('lines so-
ciety. Milton In "Paraib.-e Lost"
nays: "The gates of hell are thrice
threefold- three folds are brass three
folds Iron mid three folds adamantine
rock. They bud nine folds nine plates
tind nine linings." When the nngels
were cast out of heaven "nine days
A cat bus nine lives. There are nine
crowns Iu heraldry Possession is
nine points of the law. The whip for
punishing evil doers had nine talis the
Muperstltlon being that a Hogging by
n trinity of trinities would be sacred
nnd more etlicaclous. Iu order to see
the fairies .uortnls aro directed to put
nine grains of wheat on n four leaf
clover. The hydra had nine heads.
Leases were formerly granted for !)!!)
years. Kven now they run for ninety-
nine years the dual of a trinity of
trinities. To see nine magpies is most
unlucky us the old Scotch rhyme goes.
On'i a sormw. two's mirth
Tlireu's a wwljlng four's u birth
Finn's it "hrlnti-iiltiK. sir a ileartll
Ki-n .i tiMiv.n "tRht m hell
Anil nliiu'x til i1.ivlt his fine id'
If a servant finds nine greon pens
In a pen pod she may lav It on the
lintel ot tin- kitchen Moor and the first
man that enters Is to be her cavalier.
When (lie loving cup goes round It Is
the custom to drink It three times
three toast to the one most highly lion
ored or- tenderly loved As the weird
sisters In "Macbeth" dnm-eil round
the caldron theysaug. "Thrice to thine
and thrice to mine nnd thrice again to
make up nine" nnd then declared "the
charm would up " The nine of dia-
monds wns considered the curse' of
Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and Per-
hope a Life Saved.
"A short time 5r I was1 taken with
a violent attack of diarrhoea nnd be
lleve I w:uld have died If I had not
gotten relief" gays -John J. Pntton a
lending citizen of Patton Ala. "A
friend recommended Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea uomedy.
I bought a twenty-five cent bottle and
after taking three doies of It was en-
tirely t-url. I consider It the beat
remedy In the world fcr bowel com-
plaints. For sale by F. J. Ramsey
Ardmore Drug Co. W. 15. Frame
inffiW inn UifiirwTnwnnliglWiiw
A MEW ROUTE
IN ADDITION TO THE ALREADY
SPLENDID SERVICE MAINTAIN
ED BY THE
Vol- y'a K
dl-'-a- 3 ai"
ncy.i or bladt r
c 'n i w'ii cur alt
t tern dl r t't 1 M 1-
It's f'inn.v that a woman tu-ver has
tj consult a c'airv an t' bain If
1) r I.u Mnl h vr .rs tr. t j!I1 .
ni sir 3 .i u Ik Eaj. 1 13
Between Points in
A THROUGH PULLMAN SERVICE
RUNNING VIA KANSAS CITY
AND THE WABASH R. R. HAS
THIS CAR CARRIES YOU TO
MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE FAIR!
AND PICKS YOU UP THERE WHEN
YOU ARE READY TO COME
YOU REACH ST. LOUIS
' IN THE MORNING
YOU LEAVE AT NIGHT
FOR PARTICULARS JUST
.'ASK THE SANTA FE AGENT
W S. KEENAN G. P. A
One hundred and forty head of
Morses Hares Mules
Jacks and Jen nets
Or rather a tine bunch of fine
Stock Horses consisting of H
head. Can be seen at tlio Hen-
derson it Frost pasture about lo
miles norti fist nf Ardmore on
LiUk HI II. . LEWIS
Pontotoc I T j
TISHOMINGO - - - IND. TER.
A. J. BURDETT Prop.
Sptcial attention given to
c .muitreinl rips
SOME MID -SUMMER
Colorado Very low ratea all summer.
Through sleeper service.
Chicago Very low rates all summer.
Great Lake Resorts Very low rates
Southeastern Resorts Including At-
lantic Coast Points. Ono faro plus
2 for tho round trip on salo Wed-
nesdays and Saturdays all summer.
Knoxvllle One fare plus ?2 for the
round trip. June i'S to AugU3t 20.
West IJaUon nud Fronch Uck
Springs. One fare plus $2 for round
trip. July 25-29.
Louisville One fare plug 2.2B round
trip. August 1C-20.
California I.ess than one fare
r.u'.d trip. August 10 to Septem
I) r in.
Tor full Information call on your
in nest ticket agent
J S. Mi N ALLY
Div. Pass. Agt.
Oklahoma City O. T
GEO. II LER
General Passenssi r Agent.
? "Me Rock. Ark.
dlYuio1's EarSy Risers
Tho famous littlo pills
OF THE ROAD
You have novor soou anywhere a more splendid ar-
ray of buggies and swell stanhopes than you'll tind hero.
Our stock comprises those popular makes:
White Elephant Buggies
Columbus and John Deere Buggies
; We are in a position right now to offor you special terms
: and prices. We also carry as usual a largo stock of
tho latest improved labor-saving machinery
McCormlck Mowers and Rakes
Shelf and Heavy Hardwaro and Builders' Supplios
BIVENS GORHN & FRENSLEY
V O It N E n of MAIN AND WASHINGTON STREETS
WHEN YOy TRMEL
SELECT A RAILWAY AS
YCU DO YOUR CLOTHES
(MISSOURI KANSA3 & TEXAS RAILWAY.)
Suggests Coinlortttiis and Convsitsit Trains
THE "KATY FLYER" AND
KATY DINING STATIONS.
Meats. Majeraie In Fries.
Unurpassx) In Qua and Samlet.
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