The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 305, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 1, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE DAILY AHOrV.OREITt.
Special Sale Announcement
For the last few clays we have been busy from early morning to late at night making as much room as possible for our immense
reserve stock of goods. Still we find we have several thousand dollars worth of goods and no room to store them. 'Twould be
foolish to again place them on our shelving so we have found the only possible plan to place before the people of Ardmorc and
the surrounding country our entire stock representing
$90000 Worth of Bright New Fall Goods
in every department at such prices that no merchant of Ardmorc ever attempted to make. Thursday morning.October 27 marked
the opening of one of the greatest campaigns ever known to the people of the Chickasaw Nation. The same abiding uncompro-
mising determination that has characterized every movement of this store since its opening to sell you goods for less money than
any other store is in greater evidince than ever before. Dry goods are now bought direct from the mills clothing is bought in
bolt goods and manufactured according to our own specifications and to meet more satisfactorily the requirements of our trade.
This is one great reason today why we can sell dry goods and clothing cheaper than you have over bought them before. All
we ask is an opportunity to show you. It costs nothing to look and you incur no obligations to buy but when you have denied us
the privilege of showing you you've lost more than we have because the amount you can save in buying here is greater than the
prolit we make. Each day we have been watching the corners picking up greater bargains and now it remains lor yon to take
advantage of our big sale just investigate our prices is all we ask. Goods arc all marked in plain unmistakable figures
The Economical Store
The Satisfactory Store
One Price Spot Cash
To Everyone AliKe
We liavu ii medicine for such troubles
tia are unused by stomach disorders
resulting In dyspepsia sick hcadncbo
and general weakness thai will put
tho organs of digestion In first-class
working condition Eat wholesome
food havo It properly digested and
you havo taken awny the cause of m
than half tho Ills of llfo. This medi-
cine Is calledDr. Qunn's Improved Liv-
er Pills. Sold by all druggists for 25c
per box. Only ono for a dose. They do
not digest tho food you cat but do
tho very best posslbjo thing put tho
stomach in condition so that tho food
you cat Is turned into strong rich
blood driving out and preventing dis-
ease. Women writo us that they use
nothing else for tho complexion. Thoy
keep the skin clear preventing pim-
ples and liver spots from nppearlng
on tho face and purify the blood.
For sale by W. Ii. Frame.
WHERE MILLIONS ARE MADE.
Tho best Investment a man ever
makes Is the J5 ho loans to a chap
who never pays It back but If ho did
would borrow twenty.
What You Cannot Afford.
You cannot afford to do wltUmt Dr.
Boscheo's German Syrup In tho houso
If any of your family havo a consump-
tive tendency or If catarrhs colds or
bronchial affoctlona aro frcquont vis-
itors. Qorman syrup Is a rccognlzod
and rellablo remedy for consumption
and tho finest thing on earth for tho
throat and lungs. It will promptly
check colds and is an Infallible- rem-
edy for croup. German Syrup will
keep tho children healthy. Trial bot-
tle 25 cents. Dig bottlo 75 cents. At
Ring's Dyspepsia Tablets cure In-
digestion dyspopsla and strengthens
tho stomach. Sol by City Drug Store.
When a woman rides on a railroad
pass sho always fceb that slio makes
restitution to tho company by tipping
Interesting Letter That May Mean
Much to Residents of Ardmorc.
Probably there is not u reader of
rpe Ardmorelte who has not heard ot
tl.'i fortunes made In tho Heaumont oil
Holds. Whllo tho talcs of fortunes
(Illicitly mado are interesting they are
really not lialf as valuable to our
readers as the following letter from
I j. K. Preston president ot tho Caswell-Preston
Drug Company of Ueau-
toiont ono of tho largest wholeaalo and
retail houses in Texas.
Mr. Preston writes: "Enclosed you
will find a letter that came to us tin-
tollclted from J. C. Itecvcs 770 Pearl
St. I havo known Mr. Reeves for
Mvcrnl years. He Is a reliable man
md very happy ever his fort. no.
"About four years ago" writes Mr.
Reeves. "I lost tho hearing In my right
car and about threo or four months
ne:o my left ear becamo almost as bad.
In fact I was so bad that people had
to shout to mo to mako mo hoar. I hart
about given up In despair all hopes ot
over recovering my hearing whon I
saw that you recommended Hyomel.
I usciTfwo bottles nnd can now hear
my watch tick with elthor ear and my
hearing Is now all right. This deafness
r.uiht havo been caused from Catarrh
for It Is now cured Hyomel certainly
decs what you claim for It."
Hyomel has mado many cures ot
catarrh and In combination with Hyo-
mel balm of intarrhal deafness In Ard-
moro and nenrby towns. City Drus
Store glvo their personal guarantee to
refund tho money should It not give
quick relief. Tno complete Hyomel out
flt costs but ono dollar whllo extra
bottles can bo obtnlned for fifty ccnta.
Buggies at Cost.
Gur stock Includes tlu- Hyncs and
:pe buggies tho best oi. earth. Vis-
It our buggy houao on Nvn Wash-
iQ havo a lino of bvggies it c
w..nt to close out at coit
SPRAUun . & C?.
W. A. Horren of Finch Anc writes:
'H wish to report that Foley's Kidney
euro has cured a terrible enso of kidney
ami umtiucr iroumcs mat two doc-
tors had given up." Iionner & Hon-ner.
jW. P. POLAND ;
Buys and sells loud makes
lease contracts secutcs al-
lotments for citizens keep
firstclasa surveyor in office
work Ruaranteed. Office over
First National Bauk.
Mrs. D. W. Evans Clearwater Kans.
writes: "My husband lay sick for threo
months. Tho doctors said that ho had
"Wo procured a bottlo of Ballard's
Horehound Syrup and It cured him
'VThat was six years ago. Since then
wo havo always kept a bottlo In tho
house. Wo cannot do without it. For
coughs and colds It has no equal." 25c
COc and $1.00. Sold by W. 1J. Frame.
Subscrlho for tho Ardmoroit.
Will euro any caso of Kidney
or Bladdor disease that is not
boyond tho reach of medicine.
QIVEN UP TO DIE.
D. 8plel. 1201 N. Virginia Bt. EvaniTllL
tnd. writes: "For over four rears I was troubled
with a Icldnrr and bladder affection. I lost tlejh
and waa unable to work. Three physicians failed
to help me and 1 was Riven up to die. Foiij't
Kidney Care vi recommended and the first
bottle vara ma great relief and after taking the
cond bottle I was entirely cored"
Two Slzea 50 Cents unci (1.00
Women aro said to bo very fond
of fiction. Perhaps that's tho reason
they can listen to tho conversation of
tho nverago man.
Physicians Prescribe It.
Mnny broad mlndeij physicians pres-
cribe Foley's Honey and Tar. as they
havo never found so Bafo and rellablo
a remedy for throat and lung troubles
as this great medicine. Uonner & Don-uec.
THREE POINTS OF
Tl.n lln nJ-t ClunnW Fast modern dally train eerrlce between
I IIO tUXy rljreP St. Louie In the north. San Antonio and
Qalveston In the aoutb. Turoagh Sleeping Care even aa far ai Mexico City
Cbalr Care and Coaeooe
The Short Lino ?SS.8D Kan'" cltT 8nd oklhma an(1
P. B. The line to Oklahoma Otty Will be operea early in February.
HUrmm1J ItSnZnn Cta4!nne MealeWc. Moderate In price
" liaty" Uining OtailOnS onaurpaaaedlncmallty.aerTlce
There are other polnte-othar tralna with 2S00 miloa of road Krld-lronlnx
Ml- Missouri. Kanaax Indian Territory uaianuma anu iuxna.ine
l . "iCaty" orlera exceptional advantage to traveler and ahlpper
O r- Bllko Fnldora. niapa. Illustrated booka aud Information will
cneoriuuy uo luruiautjii uj uujr iatj nsoui
"Katy" to the World's Fair. St. Louis.
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 furures.
20 per cent Reduction on
Buggies Surries HacRs
We are going to give you in thiB 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. Buggies 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
$125 extension top
$110 Haclf qqq nn
goes for OO.UU
You havo boon offered special sales on overything you use but you doubtless
have never boon offered special sales in the way of vehicles. Wo manufacture
Harness Saddles and everything' in the way of
Bridles Lines and Strap Goods.
and aro in a position to give you tho best goods for tho loast nionoy. Wo havo
some splendid bargains in Wagon HarnessQuality and Pricos talk. Como uud see
mo if you need anything in this lino and soo if I am not tho man to trade with.
9 W 0
At the White Horse is the Place
2o5 West Main
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