The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 306, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 2, 1904 Page: 3 of 8

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THE DAILY ARDtoOREITE.
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 vc 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 Ardmore ever attempted to make. Thursday morning.October 27markcd
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 evidiuce than ever before. Dry goods arc 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
profit we make. ISach day we have been watching the corners picking up greater bargains and now it remains lor you to take
advantage of our big sale just investigate our prices is all we ask. Goods are all marked in plain unmistakable figures
The Economical Store
The Satisfactory Store
One Price Spot Cash
"To Everyone AliKe
PLEASANT HILL.
To tho Ardmorclte.
Plcnfsant Hill Oct. 31. As nothing
has appeared in tho columns of the
Arumorelte fromt his part of the mor-
al vineyard I think wo nre entitled to
a write-up from this section.
Pleasant Hill Is a now school house
only tea months old and has already
had two short terms of school ono of
three months last spring and one or
two months last summer. Uy tho hust-
ling of Interested citizens and tho as-
sistance of U. S. Commissioner T. N.
ltohnotl. wo secured $210 cf tho ap-
propriation made by tho government.
Tho community made up an nmount
sutnclent to maintain a six month's
frco school all of whlca our commun-
ity Is very proud of.
Tho school began today under tho
supervision of Prof. Johnson who was
employed by tho government to con-
duct tho present term of six months.
Tho attendance will reach 80 pupils.
Pleasant Hill Is four ana a half
miles southwest of Ardmore at tho
Downnrd asphalt mines.
The health of our community Is fair-
ly good at present.
Ono of tho men employed at tho
mines happened to tho misfortune of
being struck on the head by a falling
stone which rendered him unconscious
for 21 hours. Wo aro glad to stato
however that he Is rapidly recovering.
J. S. Downard has just returned from
St. Josoph Mo. whero ho has been
for tho past ten days.
After a week's illness tho llttlo son
of Joo Smith passed away to its eter-
nal rest Friday morning.
Joo Young just learned a few days
ago that ho was ono of tho lucky men
In the drawing at Ardmore on Sep. 30.
John Illrron nnd A. 12. Ilussell aro
erecting iv now two-room cottage for
tho school teacher nt this place
The box supper at the school houso
for tho purposo of securing money with
which to cell tho building and pur-
chase a stovo proved to bo a total suc-
cess. Tho recelcpts being $44.70. Tho
cako for tho handsomest lady brought
$21.40 and was awarded to Mrs. O'Con-
nor. A collection was taken for tho pur-
pose of purchaslnc a stovo for Mrs.
Stowig a holploss widow in our com-
munity. Tho amount was readily con-
tributed So much for Pleasant Hill.
A Good Complexion.
"Sparkling oyes and rosy cheoks res-
tored by using DoWltt's Little Early
ltlsers" so writes S. P. Mooro of
Nacogdoches Texas. A certain cure
tor liillloitiKi- ccmsU patten cU.
Small plla easy to tako easy to at.
Sold by all druggists.
What You Cannot Afford.
You cannot afford to do wltlout Dr.
Qoscheo's German Syrup' in tho houso
if any of your family havo a consump-
tive tendency or if catarrhs colds or
bronchial affections nro frequent 'vis-
itors. Gorman syrup is a recognized
and rellablo remedy for consumption
and tho finest thing on earth for tho
throat and lungs. It will promptly
check colds and Is an Infalllblo rom-
cdy for croup. Gorman Syrup will
keep tho children healthy. Trial hot-
tlo 25 cents. Dig bottle 75 cents. At
all druggists.
Buggies at Cost.
Cur stock includes tn; Hyncs and
Hlpe buggies tho best os. carlb. Vis-
it our buggy houso on Nvn Wash-
legion street.
have a lino of biggies 1t c
vnt to closo out at co.
SPKAUnN & CO.
W. A. Hcrren of Finch Ant. writes:
"H wish to renort that Klnlnv'a Klilnnv
.euro has cured a terrtblo case of kidney
mm manner iroumcs tnal two doc-
tors had given up." Homier & lion-
ncr.
A girl nover truly loves a young
man until she ndmlts that ho hasn't
a single fault.
Ulng's Dyspepsia Tablets cure In-
digestion dyspopsla nnd strengthens
tho stomach. Sol by City Drug Store.
It Is tho wlso man who doesn't send
his wlfo to tho door when fortuno
knocks.
Are You Weak?
Wlno of Life contains tasteless Cod
Liver Oil and it will ranko you
euro you. This Reparation Is nold on
a positive guarantee. It glv.is you now
strong. It builds up tho system makes
now blood cure tho lungs stomach
skin and all femalo troubles. It wll
'.lf( and health Get a fice an in pie
Prlco $1.00. All druggists.
Somo mothers teach their babies to
talk and then expect them to learn
to keep still.
He Couldn't Hardly Get Up.
P. II. Duffey of Ashley. 111. writes:
"This Is' to certify that I havo taken
two Imttk'B of Foley's Kldnoy Cure
and It has helped mo moro than nny
other medicine. My druggist recom-
mended Foley's Kidney Curo nnd it
has cured me. Ileforo commencing its
use I was In such n shapo that I could
hardly get up when once down. Hon
nor & Bonner.
i A a. ?
W. P. rULAND
LANDS.
Buys nnd sella haul mokes
I lease- contracts secures nl- f
I lotments for citizens keep
flrstclass survejor in office
b work cuaruuteed. Office over
I First National Bank.
FOLEY'S
KIDNEY CURE
Will euro any case of Kidney
or Bladder discaso that is not
beyond tko reach of medicine.
aiVEN UP TO DIE.
H. Spinel. 1204 N. VirulnlnSt. ETiiutrllt.
Ind. writes : "For or four jenrs I m troubled
with a kidney sail bladder allsclion. I lost lloih
and was unable to work. Three physlt.ant failed
to help me and I was (flren up to die Folny't
Kidney Cure was recommended and the first
bottle save mo great rallof and after taking the
lecoad bottle I wasentlwlj cared"
Two Sizoa 50 Cents and f 1.00
THREE POINTS OF
EXCELLENCE
Tl.a H1 n-frir Clunn" Fait modern dally train serrlce between
I II tJ BUiy nyUf at. Louis In the north. San Antonio and
Qalreaton in the aouth. Tnrouch Bleepiuc Cra even as far a Mexico Oltr
Chair Cara anil Coaoaes.
The Short Lino ?BIa.e.eD Kan"" Cltr "V1 0kuhom4 n(1
P. 8. The line to Oklahoma City Wlll'bo opened early In February.
Hit n4-tiyf nSnSiw Gt"i4Snnc Meals Wo. Moderato In price
lauy" Uinillfj OTailOnS unsurpassed In quallty.serrlce
Tbers are other points-other trains With ShOO miles of road trrld'trontnir
Ml Missouri. Kansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas the
i ' "Knty" offers exceptional adrantatrea to trave'.framl shipper
P T alike. Folderx. maps Illustrated books aad Information will
OO I . cheerfully be furnished by any "Katy" mrent.
"Katy" to the World's Fair St. Louis.
one BuooD Given flwan
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 hVurcs.
20 per cent Reduction on
Buggies Surries Haclfs
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. 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
goes for
...$52.00
... $80.00
$ 1 26 sasfc.s ioo.oo
$125 extension top
Surrey
$100.00
$ ' 50 Surr" yn. I"!" ... $ 1 20.00
$110 HacK QQQ AA
goes for pOO.UU
You havo boon offered special sales on everything you use but you doubtless
have novel' been offered special sa'es in the wuy 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 least money. Wo have
somo splendid bargains in Wagon Harness Quality and Prices talk. Come and soo
mo if you need anything in this lino and soo 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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