The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 232, Ed. 1, Friday, August 5, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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AT THE BIG
The Burton-Peel Dry Goods Company are always on the lookout for something new and nobby. We arc first to place new
styles on the market but we are never satisfied with using a time-worn price with other merchants. We have a better plan "Our
first their next.
For One WeeR Commencing Thursday Morning August 4th
We are going to give to the men and boys of Ardmore a treat in Kat Bargains. We take pride in buyintr 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brand hats and will not put up with old "out of date" styles.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 of nobby hats include the following: John B. Stetson Young Bros.
Gauss Laudingburg S. G. Davis & Co. White Brouch McCoukin & Shelton and the Burton-Peel Special. Those arc not out of date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 $r).00 will go in
this sale special at
Our lino of Young Bros.' Hats the
most popular 3:00 hat on the market
go in this sale special at
Our entire line of Straw Hats also go in this sale special at
The Gauss Laudingburg $3.00 Hat i pa
oe8 in this sale special for puu
The Gauss Laudingburg $2.50 Hat (j nn
goes in this sale special for pUU
Our Famous Burton-Peel Special $2.50 Hat a O'j nn
$3.00 grade go in this sale at pitUU
Now is the time to buy a hat you can't afford to miss such a chance.
The S. G. Davis & Co. Hal. a vof
nobby ouo at $8.50. tho will go in tins
sale special at
Our outiro lino of White Brouch
McCoukiu-Shcltou $3.50 Hats go in this
sale special at
I0S-10 E. Main Street
Ardmore Ind. Tcr.
Hickory. I. T.. Aug. 3. We'nro hav-
ing some remittent lever now in and
K. O. Olds has retnrnod from Am-
W. II. Olds or Scullen was in town
Dr. Dcen aud Prof. Weoma went to
J. I. Mitchell has gone to York to-
day. J. W uaither of Amity Trl:.. ac-
companied 13. O. Olds from that place
and is vi3lt!nB the families of Messrs.
James Ewlng H. C Bowen J. W.
Oalther and others of this place.
Mr. Drown. Prof. Weems J. S.
Mitchell and cthors of Hickory at-
tended tho picnic at Itoff last week.
Mr. Coulston returned from Mill
Creek Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Matthew Mitchell of York is
visiting in Hickory thi3 week.
Andrew Long and Miss Hattio Mil-
burn will be married at tho M. E.
church next Sunday. Rev. Kullengln
"For several years my wife vas trou-
bled with what physicians' called sick
headache of a very severo character.
Sho doctored with several eminent
physlcnins nnd at a sreat expense
only to grow worse until sho was un-
able to do nny kind of work. About a
year ago sho begnn taking Chamber-
lain's Stomach and 1.1 ver Tablets and
today weighs more than sho ever did
before nml Is real well." says Mr. Geo.
E. Wright of New Tendon New York.
For salo by F. J. Ramsey. Ardmore
Drug Co. W. IJ. Frame.
It may be true that every man has
his prlco bul every man you meet
hasn't got tho prlco.
Taken With Cramps.
Wm. Klnnse a mombor of the
brldgo gang working near I.ittloport
wns taken suddenly 111 Thursday
night with cramps nnd a kind of chol-
era. His caso wns sn sovoro that ho
had to have the members of the crow
wait upon him and Mr. Glfford was
called and consulted. Ho told them
ho hail n medlcino In the form of
Chamborlnln's Colic. Lnolora nnd Di-
arrhoea Romody that ho thought
would help him out and accordingly
sevoral doses wero administered with
tho result that the fellow was nblo to
ho around next day. The lncldont
speaks quite highly of Mr. Olfford's
medicines. Klkader Iowa Argus.
This romody novcr falls. Keep It
iu your home it may save life. For
salo by F. J. Ramsey Ardmoro Drug
Co. W. D. Frame.
Foster. I. T.. Aug. 3. Taere is
some sickness in the community
among these sick are Henry Hlvuns
and Mrs. Robert Graham.
A nice rain fell here last night. The
weather is cool and cloudy today nnd
more rain Is looked lor.
Tho crop conditions are very fine
at his time and with favorable con-
ditions a very largo yield of both corn
and cotton will bo had this season
Stock cf all kinds aro doing well
and altogether a very prosperous
year for tho farmer stockman and
merchant is now promising.
Tho revival closed last" "Friday nrght
with sevoral additions to the church.
Dr. Johnscn of Johnson I. T.. in
company with Dr. John Callaway of
Pauls Valley wa3 In town Friday and
SaThrday. Dr. Johnson will probably
Our trustees have completed the
rolls cf the children of this district
and have sent the rolls together with
formal application for a freo school
at this place. Tho number of chil-
dren to attend tho school" hero Is as
follows: Whites 123; Cboctaws 8;
Chtckasaws 3. Total 131. if wo aro
successful in getting tho free school
It will certainly bo an advantage over
the old system.
MWitwawmiWiiM jii 1 1 ii i uowmmiaik muomi r-Tntf"ir tt rrinmi i
A NtW KUU i t
IN ADDITION TO THE ALREADY
SPLENDID SERVICE MAINTAIN
ED BY THE !
Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and Per-
hops a Life Saved.
"A short timo ago I was taken with
a violent attack of diarrhoea and be-
lieve I would have died If I had not
gotten relief" says John J. Ration a
leading citizen of Patton Ala. "A
friend rocommenflod Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea nemely.
I bought a twenty-five cent bottle and
aftor taking three doses of It was en-
tirely cured. I consider it the heat
remody in tho world fur bowol com-
plaints. For sale by F. J. Ramsey
Ardmoro Drug Co. W. U. Frame.
Somo people appoar to bo afraid
that thoro will not bo truth onoush
to go around.
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all
diseases arising from disordered kid-
neys or bladder. Donnor & Bonner
As a general talng a woman is "on
to" ncr husband to n much greater
extent toan ho Imagines.
Cures Colds! Prevents Pneumonia
Between Points In
A THROUGH PULLMAN SERVICE
RUNNING VIA KANSAS CITY
AND THE WA3ASH 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 ACEHT
W. S. KEENAN G. P. A.
One hundred and forty head cf
Horses flares. Mules
Jacks and Jennets
Or rather a tine bunch of fine
Stock Horses consisting of 1-1
head. Can bo seen at tho Hen-
derson & Frost pasture about 15
miles northeast of Ardmoro on
Little Blue. H.-U. LEWIS
Pontotoc I. T.
n it i c k
FEED i LIVERY
TISHOMINGO - - - IND. TER.
A. J. BURDETT Prop.
Spteial nttentfm Riven to
c muurcial rigs
SOME MID -SUMMER
Colorado Very low rates all summer.
Through sleoper service.
Chicago Very low rate3 ail summer.
Groat Lake Resorts Very low rates
Southeastern Resorts Including At-
lantic Coast Points. One fare plus
$2 for tho round trip on salo Wed-
nesdays and Saturdays all summer.
Knoxvllle Ono faro plus ?2 for the
round trip. Juno SS to August 25.
Wost Radon and French Lick
Springs. One fare phi3 ?2 for round
trip. July 25-29.
Louisville Ono faro plug ?2.2G round
trip. August 1G-29.
California I.csg than one faro for
rcur.d trip. August 15 to Septem-
For full Information call on your
nearest ticket agent.
J. S. McNAI.LY
Dtv. I'ass Agt.
Oklahoma City O. T.
GEO. II. LEE
General I'assengt-r Agent.
? "Me Rock. Ark.
ffl'8 Early Risers
Tho famous kittlo pills
OF THE ROAD
You have never soon any whore a more splendid ar-
ray of buggies and swell stanhopes than you'll find horo.
Our stoclc comprises thosn popular makes:
White Elephant Buggies
Columbus and John Deere Buggies
We aro in a position right now to offer 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 Hardware and Builders' Supplies
BIVENS CORHN & FRENSLEY
CORNER OF M A I "J AND WASHINGTON STREETS T
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 232, Ed. 1, Friday, August 5, 1904, newspaper, August 5, 1904; Ardmore, I. T.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc79590/m1/3/: accessed July 23, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.