The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 296, Ed. 1, Friday, October 21, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Friday October 21
MORE NEW ARRIVALS
You are interested in new goods aren't you? Well always Keep an eye on our ads and you will find what
will be of interest to you in New and Fancy Dress Goods Novelties Etc.
Crush Velvets Fancy
Velvets and SilKs
a. yard pattern fancy Silk Velvets
solid grounds fancy polka dot the
newest novelty for a fall Q - fA
waist price per pattern J)0UU
$1. 2.")- quality Crush Velvet the very
thin; for a new fall waist fl 4 AA
or dross price per yd .P '
Just received a large shipment of
nobby Silks others sell for 100 and
$1.h0 per yard our price (j j qq
A largo shipment of handsome
Peau de Soie changeable Italian and
Sicilian Waists beautiful styles and
our prices are extraordinary at
$2.50 $3 $3.50 $4 $5
Just received by express a large
lino of long and short length Baby
Cloaks in Bedford Cords and Eider
Downs in white and rf in Q i (
colors price 0UC (J $ 1 U
Largo shipment of pure hand
made Torchon Laces and Insertions
(in sots) to sell from
5c tO 40c
New Gloves Collars
The strongest lino of $1.00 $1.2.")
SI. f0 and $2.00 Gloves on the market
today the Derby tho Monarch and
Ideal kids every pair tit and are
By yesterdays express wo received
a largo lino of Buster Brown turn-
over collars in tho plain and fancy
A largo shipment of Windsor Ties
in plain and facy colors. Also a big
shipment of the long narrow four-in-hand
Ties in all the latest colors-
The Satisfactory Store
I J. Jill. U..VBWI.JfJI-rlir..r.lJ-JJ-J.1M.T.l..W.l-TI-J.UJ
The Economical Store
If there aro rooms to 'be swept in
order that tho houso should bo as
dainty ns you want It regard every
stroke of the broom as a blessing a
a boon a privilege.
Kidneys Cured Free.
For 30 days wo arc giving abso-
lutely free a full sized bottle of Dc-
liell's Kldnoy pllla to any sufferer. It
falls to cure any case of hay fe-
worl.l to know Its wonderful results.
Delay may mean death. Cut this out
and mall to C. W. Deggs Sons &
Co. Chicago 111. All druggists.
If there Is humility to bo given re-
joice with exceeding Joy that 'humili-
ty Is triumphant.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs
and colds and prevonts pneumonia.
Take no substitute. Bonner & Bon-
nor. An excellent solid back hair brush
for 50 cents nt Itamsey's drug store.
Sells at 75 cents at most Btorcs. 1C
DEST PASSENGER SERVICE
4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4-
r- -"ROU1LC TO ANSWCn 3UCBTI0NB.
Superb Pullman Vestiduled
Handsome Reclimhu Chair Car?
ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS.
ONLY LINE WITH fast morntntr an-"
overling: trains to St. Louis und tho
ONLY LINE WITH Pullman Sleepers
and high back Scarrittjseat Coaches
through (without change) to Now
ONLY LINE WITH handBomo new Chair
Cars through (without chance) dally
to St. Louis Moniphla and El Paso.
ONLY LINE WITH a eavlntr of 13 hours
ONLY LTNE WITH Tourist Blooplno
Oars uuml-wookly through (without
chancre) to San Francisco and
ELEGANT DINING CAR3 TO ST. LOUIS
E. P. TURNER
CtNtB'O. PSEK3CR AND TICKET ACCNI
And brides of other
seasons will find a Buck's
Range a most acceptable wed-
ding gift. A Buck's Range
purchased now will be good in
50 years will prepare the gol-
den wedding feast and during
all that time it will more than
satisfy IT WILL PLEASE.
Come in and see them no
trouble to show. We also have
tiie best and most up-to-date
stove furniture to be had con-
sisting of nickled anti-rust
and enameled ware.
THREE POINTS OF
vBn 'Ifntii Clunn" Fait modern dally train rTlcn between
I Blt3 Hill J riytr fit. Lonl In the north. San Antonio and
nalreaton In theaoutb. TurouKb Sleeping Cara eren at far si Mexico Cltr
Cbalr Crr and Coach.
Tho Short Line Texa.8.en Ku"" cltt okUb'm "d
p. 8. The line to Oklahoma out win or opened early in reuraary.
iixu77 nSninn Qtn-finnc Ileal We. Moderate In price
Roly ' Uining OXaXlOIBS unurpoedlnquallty.ervlce
Tbert are other point othir train With iscO mllo ot road u-rld-Ironlni:
nn f MIonrl. Kansn. Indian Territory. Oklahoma and Texa. the
IVI 1 1 rv. "Katy" Oder exceptional advantage to travelf-rand nblpper
aiixe fomor. mail. liiuRtraieii oook aou iniorniauon win
cheerfully tie (ui-nitiieu uy any Kniy oireni
'Katy" to the World's Fair. St. Louis.
I one Buflflu Given flwau I
WITH EVERY FIVE
Now that's just what we are doing. But I have this so divided
that every buyer gets the benefit. We have just simply taken off
enough on every Buggy Surrey or Hack to amount to this much.
Now read the prices given below and see how it fiirurcs.
20 per cent Reduction on
Buggies Surries HacKs '
We are going to give you in this sale some of the best bargains
that have ever been offered to you in the way of Vehicles. Now
remember that we handle the celebrated Moon Bros. Baggies and that
is what we are going to put in this sale. Look at these prices:
$65.00 Top Buggy
goes for . .
$100 Top Buggy
g'oes for. . . .
$ 1 25 extension top
$l5 rurr"yi0n.!P... $120.00
$ 10 HacK
You have boon oU'ercd special sales on everything you use but you doubtless
have uuver beou offered special sa'os in the way oT vohiclos. Wo manufacture
Harness Saddles and everything in the way of
Bridles Lines and Strap Goods.
and are in a position to givo you tho best goods for tho least monoy. We havo
some splendid barguins in Wagon Harness Quality and Prices talk. Come and see
me if you need anything in this lino and seo if I am not tho man to trade with.
J. 6. FREDDY
I At the White Horse is'the Place
2o5 West Main
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 296, Ed. 1, Friday, October 21, 1904, newspaper, October 21, 1904; Ardmore, I. T.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc79655/m1/3/: accessed July 31, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.