The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 166, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 23, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Tuesday May 23 1305.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
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The greatest slaughter price ever made on season-
able goods. We have made a price on our entire
stocK consisting of Gowns SKirts Corset Covers
Drawers and Chemise that should and will appeal to
every lady in Ardmore. See them on display. Come
quicK or you will miss something good.
on accordeon-plaited shirts. We
have them in blacK white red
blue and brown. They are abso-
lutely correct in style.
$6.50 Shirt for $3.25
MONDAY TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
Never in Ardmore's history has there been such a
drop in the price of Ladies' Hats. Come to our
beautiful Millinery Parlors Monday Tuesday and
Wednesday and be convinced that what we say is
true. We offer you hats at a price less than you can
get the raw material for. We are determined to put
a hat in every home in Ardmore. The price has
been cut till it's in the reach of every purse.
DON'T WAIT! COME!
THE STORE THAT ENJOYS THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE
Hvery width every .shade ul
so now lloaal designs and two
tone effects for belts and oth-
er accessories. They will ap-
peal to your sense of beauty.
Don't fail to see them. Jf you
do you'll regret it.
"fie and K"c collars and stocks
i'Oo and (mc collars and stocks
J.'ic and ")('c collars and stock's
l.'u; collars and turnovers
beautiful only 8c
10c collars nnd turnovers
On Men's Straw Hats
Good chance to get a Sum-
mer Hat for little money
Panamas not included.
New shipment in Manhattans
whito and colored
$1.50 $2.00 $2.50
One lot men's fancy shirts
szic Mi 101 17 and 171 to
close out a snap for the little
man or the heavy woipht.
Only 1 dozen so get busy.
Monday Tuesday and Wed
nesday wo wiH have on sale
Fancy Stripe Underwear for
inon wortli !Src and f(V per
OBTAINED BY GIVING HONEST VALUES AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT
Monday Tuesday and
10 per cent off.
Don't fail to see them
. 1 35
. 1 80
. 2 25
. 3 15
All new up to-date styles
10 per cent off
Bags TrunKs and
MONDAY TUESDAY and
lj you arc anticipating a trip
don't fail to see this lir.e. All
new and the price absolutely
One lot of
Ladies Shirt Waists
in Lawn' Madras and DucH pretty
patterns and all sizes.
You will be the winner
if you buy one.
Don't overlooK this opportunity.
10 per cent off
on Men's Oxfords
MONDAY TUESDAY and
Hanan and Bostonians
5 pieces 72-inch Table
Dnmaslt extra quality
for 98c Monday Tuesday
and Wednesday 68c.
New shipment of Pana-
mas regular $5.00 Kind
Men's silll and wool with
collar. They're the thine
you are looKinrj for.
$2.50 $1.50 $1.00
Men's Clothinii Don't r.iil to
see our nobby l' piece suits.
Thev are smart
Special Cor.cepnndcnro. -
Quisles. I. T.. May 22.-W. N- Tal-
ley 1ms gone " Ardmora tu allien..
sJlvlck Business College.
A fruit supper was given at C.co.
Williams- residence .Monday night in
honor of Miss Lois Barefoot ot Mnys-
On account of high water our mail
carriers fnllail to show up Saturday.
Tlio farmers of this section are Tar
behind with tholr crops on account ot
sn nmrn ratn. The creeks have ben
out of I heir banks and have done con-
siderable damage to low land crops.
One man says that lmlf or his crop is
We regret t.i report the death ot
.Mrs. I). Barefoot which occurred nt
Wynnewooii last KTlduy. She leaves
n husband nnd throe children.
Mr. Tomlliuon and two duughten;
Misses Annie and Cora are at Trigg
Mulllns" wntorbound and are unabl:
to get homo
Huv. Hlllls of Davis wn unable to
fill his appointment lfere Saturlluy
account jf high water.
Art Williams nnd wlf.' and Mrs.
Newcomb of Hickory spi-nt Sunday
with the family of George Williams.
Thev left for home Monday.
About I'lHi postmasters assembled
at Sulphur In attendance of th
fourth annual meeting of the Indian
Territory Postmasters" Association.
It Win cnllid to order by President
.loo II. Butler.
Tin; minutes of the last regular
meeting were rend by Secretary H
11. Jeuness. Aftur .regular buslnus-i
was attended to the following o
fleers wero elected:
President. .1. H. Butler of Vlnltu.
Vice-president .1. M. Dorchester ot
Treasurer .1. A. Young of Ada.
Secretary It. II. Jeuness ol Okmul-
ttcc. Eec:itlve committee. S. F. Wnlke-
of Arton. .J. V. BayJess of Sapuflm
T. l-ove Karrr.ll of Sterrett S. A.
Douglns of Ardmore and the po.itmns-
ter at Wewoka.
Ada was selected as the. place to
meet nv.'xt year nnd the second Tuos
day In April U'OC the time.
DISTRICT COURT TERMS.
in the United States Cmrt for the
Southern District of Indian Territory.
In tlu matter of U. A. lowrlmurc.
bankrupt In bankruptcy.
To tha Honorable Hosea Townsend
Jtulgo of the District court of tho Unit
ed States for the Southern district of
the Indian Territory:
U. A. l.owrlraore of Ilavla In the
Southern district of the Indian Terri-
tory In said district respectfully rep-
resents that pn tho 27th day of De-
cember" last past ho was duly adjudg-
ed bankrupt under the acts of congress
relatln;; to bankruptcy; that he has
duly surrendered all his property ami
Will Have Three Terms Each.
Judge Townsend has inado tho fol-
lowing order or court with refereuce
to the terms of district court to be held
I at Marietta Tishomingo and Ardmore:
lu coiupllanco with Uiu provisions
of an act of congress entitled "An act
providing for additional United States
Judges In the Indian territory" and
j for oilier purposes approved April 28
1001 It is ordered:
That thero shall bo three. tTms ol
I court each year at the following places
; In the said Southern district: Marl-
i otta Tishomingo and Ardmore as pro.
rtflilu nf nrnnortv nnil line fllllv mm
Plied with all tho requirements of said ! vltlc1 b' lnw' Bamo '"B
nets ami of tho orders of tho court
Why Suffer From Rheumatism
Why suffer from rheumatism when
ono application of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm will relievo tho pain? Tho quick
roller which this liniment nffords is
worth innny times Its cost. Many who
have used it hoping only for a short
relief from suffering have been hnppl-
ly surprised to find after a whllo the
rollef Ix'came permanent. Mrs. V. K
U-ggctt of Yum Yum Tennessee U.
S. A. writes: "I am a great sufferer
from rheumatism. all over from head
to toot and Chamberlain's Pain Balm
is tho only thing that will relievo tho
twin "' For sale by F. J. Uamsey "W.
II. Frame- nnd Ardmore Drug Co.
A nmn can givo himself an ay with'
out mo inlng o be generous.
Ono night Is all the time necessary
to move that Plnoiiles Is the best rem
tidy In tho world for backache nnd nil
kidney and bladder troublQs. If yoit
have rheumatism or any other blood
liRoase n single dose will give relief.
Sold by City Drug Store.
While the fabric of a rendy-mado
f;armenl may not be of the best tho
Vabrcallons of the dealers aro usual-
ly the real thing.
Where Happiness Is Found
Don't look for tnio happiness In the
uinnslons of tho very- rich where high-
priced physicians nre called In to doc-
tor everj- ailment. Hut seek it and
find It too In tho coinfortablo homos
of the nilddle-Klasscs and so called
nor. wh sro Ureen's August Flower is
always used to keep Uio family heal-
thy to euro all stomach troubles
whether Indigestion dyspepsia con-
iii.itlou. loss or nppetttc bilious at-
tacks or torpid liver. Trial bottle Au-
gust Flower 25c. Big botth? 7Gc. W.
B. Frame. T. N. Coleman.
There may b? "plenty of room a'
the top" but the climbing Is not w'nt
It's cracked up to be.
Will overcome Indigestion and dys-
pepsia; regulates tho bowels and cures
liver and kidney complaints.
I it Is the best blood enriohcr and lit-
vlgorntor In tho world. It Is purely
I vegetable perfectly harmless and
1 ihould you be a sufferer Irom disease
I you will use it if yo:i nro wise.
I It. X. Andinws. editor and manager
i Cocoa and Itockledgo News Cocoa
Flu. writes? I hnvo used your Herblne
In my lamlly nnd l mid It a most e
cellenl medicine. It's effect upon my-
i) tin itn Imnn n n vL' it Itfitmflt Qrtlil
1 by W. U. Frame.
touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore ho prays that he may bo
decreed by tho court to have a full
dlschnrge from all debts provablo
against his estate under said bankrupt
nets except such debts as a'o fxecp-
ted by law from discharge.
Datel this 12 day of May A. D
PJ05. U. A. I.OWBI.MOHK Bankrupt.!
Marietta First term beginning Oc-
tober 2 1 005.
Marietta Second term beginning
October 12 1903.
Tishomingo First term beginning
October 23 1005.
Tishomingo Second term beginn-
ing November 1S 1003.
Ardmore First lurm beginning De-
F. M. FOX
ATTOHSR - AT LAW
Uuy.s notos loans Money Buys
Intermarried Surplus and lands.
AlIDMOItn. I. T.
Am bolu pclfl att.iptlcprty
ritUa Ur all klndt tl
8IUPLT 1 01RQLE. PEBFEOTIiT EAStfLESS.
A ur. curt Ur Haariintta. TntllllU Qulntr.
til'UiaMl UUaraltd m4 CaUrrbil SaraTbrHt.
A prctentlva at Crtup Wkaaalaf Caufb ao4
ruturriNn hralino iootmiw
iilwiiJ r Ua Ueil Enlaaat Tkroal (pMUl-
I tli la t aouaUf .
IkoaM k k.t la Y.rr kaait. l'rlea tS Ctnla.
llarc; Madlataa C. Daa Molaaa low.
City Drug Storo W. B. Frame. Prop
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
j comber -l 1005.
Southern District of tho Indlnn Torrl- Anlmoro Second term beginning
toiy. ss. j January 2 1000.
On this 12th day of May A. D 1003 ! Third Term
on r nulng thu foregoing petition It Is I Marietta Beginning January 29.
ordered by Hit) court that a luarlng be ; mop
hnd uiM.ii the same on thu 0 day of i Tishomingo Beginning Februrary'
Jum. A. D 1905 before said court at 1900 ' 1
Ardmore in said district al'p o'clock! Ardmore -Beginning March 20 lOOfi.
In tho forenoon nnd that notice there- )(m0 chiwibe nt Anlmoro In-!
ot be published In tho Ardmorelte a Torrtoryi thIg Mx (n. of Apdli
noivbpaiH'i- printed In said district and jfl03 .
that all known creditors and other 1 ' 0SEA TOWNSICND Judge. '
persons in Interest mav appear at the 1
said time and place and show cause. a Good Suggestion. I
If any they hnvo why the prayer of Mr. C B. Waluwilght of i.emnn 1
said petitioner should not be granted. '-lt'. H"-. has written tho manulac.
In tha sky comes
in: siar nczim
to t'.s U'aak and
f v cur In 1 11
u . ft 1 1 o m t a h
V ' tn
Ami it Is further ordered by the
Mirers that better results are obtained
I from the ubo of Chamborlnln's Colic :
court that tl:- clerk shall scud by mat. (.lol(ra nn(1 Diarrhoea romodv m ra:
to all known creditors copies ot said 0s of pains In tho stomach colic and
petition and this order addressed to cholera morbus by taking it lu watir
ihoin at tlmlr places of rosldeueo as 1 l- can bo drank. That when
gtnt( I taken In this way the effort Is ilimlif"
.' In rapidity. "It soeius to get nt the.
Witness the Honorable Hotea rown rit.hl Kj10l nblntly 10 KliyH or Balo'
send Judg 01 ald court nnd tho seal by F. .1. Uamsoy. W. B. Frame and'
Wealth may uot bring happlnct-s
'but most of us thlnh tlwt wo' eoull
I get n.-xt to It If we had the money.
Kawkoyo Family Salvo is the
World's greatest Kenllng Vo'ver. (!unr-
nateed to cure eczema burns cuts
piles nnd all skin diseases. 25c. City
Dms Store. W. I). Frame Prop.
Time Tried and Merit Proven.
Ono Minute Cough Cure Is right on
tlmo when It comes to curing Coughs
Croup Whooplug Cough etc. It Is per-
fostly harmless pleasant to tako find
Is tho children's fnvorllo Cough Syr-
up .All druggists.
thereof at Anlmoro lu said district.
on the !2th dny of May 1005.
(Seal jf the Court)
C. M. C.VMPBU1X Clerk.
By Deputy Clerk.
First published. May 1.". 1003.
Ardmoro Drug Co.
The failures of this world nr-
truest tokens of the int.
What Is Foley's Kidney Cure?
Answer; It Is mado Irom a proscrip-
tion of n lending Chicago physician
and ono ot tho most eminent In tho
country. The Ingredioiits nro the pur-
est that money can buy and are sci-
entifically combined to got their ut-
most value. Clly Druj Store.
Pino snlv5 acts llko it poultice. Best
thing In tho world Tor boils burns!
cracked hands tottor otc. Sold by'
City Drug Store. 1
A girl that Is engaged is like a bo H
that Is carrilng topsails In n t; 'c.
doss for the atom
ach that which It
Is Unabh to do for
Itself even II but
supplies the natural
lulceaof dieealion and
doea tha cork ol the
atomach relaxing t: e
nervous terslon while
tha Inllarned riusclei
and membrane of that
orpin are allowed to
rest and heal. It curet
Indigestion 1'atulai' ;e
palpitation of the heart
nervous d per' and
all stoma h troubles by
cleanilnf purlfylnf and
slrennthenlne the glandi
memorar.ei of tho itra-
aeh and digestive orfirj.
Tor Drtltr Cta Sutptr Tea.
Battlti on!. 51.09 .'!: Inidlit 2)1 tlw
tha Irul alia klch ui.j lor SOc.
I-Mimd 7 t. CD.VflTT CO.. CB1CA00.
IK'partmcnt or the Interior Commis-
sion to tho Flvo Civilized Trlboi.
Chlckaaw Iind Odlce.
Chickasaw nllotmeni contest case
1-dna Alvercon. Intervonor vs. Al
It'll Wide Jamos Wndo Jane Wadf.
ICiuma Wade Bylngtoii Wade nnd
Jonas Wade heirs of Pickens Wade
deceased coutostees. Notice of con-
test. Land In controversy: NH'.J or
NW'.' of Ni:'' of Sec. 11 T. 3 S. K.
AU"n Wade coutestec lu the nb'ove
entitled nnd numbered cause is hoic-
by notified to appear before the com-
mission to the Flvo Civilized tribes
at Its olllce In Ardmore Indlau Ti'm-
lory on the 2tst day of June 1903
at 9 o'clock a. 111. to answer tho com-
plaint of the Intervonor F.dnii Alv-ir-son
regarding the claim of tho said
ICdua Alveron to take In allotment
tlf tract ot land above dii rlbed.
Dated this 15th day of .May lOO'i.
COMMISSION TO TUB FIVE CIV
iU'AV.n TBI BBS.
TA.MS BIXBV. Clmlrmai.
First published May 10 1905.
Don't Delay! When you nro norvoua
and run down Mnn-Br-Vlno Tablets
will put now llfo energy nnd ambi-
tion Into n debilitated system nlie.
City Drug Storo. W. B. Frame Prop
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Foley's Honey and Tar contains noi
opiates nnd can safely b6 given to '
children. City Drug Store.
Sold by all DrucKlats.
Department of the Interior Commis-
sion to tho Five Civilized Tribes
Chlrkasaw Ijiud Olllce.
Chickasaw allotment contest case
Kdnu Alversou contestant vs. Allen
I Wad? .luines Wade. Jnno Wade
Buinia Wado. Bylnglon Wndo and Jo-
nas Wade bolr of Pickens WadB. de-
ceased contestcos. Notice of contest
iJind In controversy: W. 'ofNW.
Vi or NBV'i of Sec. tl. T. 3 S. It. 1 W.
1 llcn Wnde contestee In tho above
'fntltlcd nnd numbered tnuse Is horo
by notified to appear boforo the com-
mission to tht? flvo civilized tribes at
IH nmcclnAnJmore Indtin Territory
on tho 21st day or Juno. 1005 at U
o'clock a m. to uuswor thu com-
I plaint nf ih- eonteitunt Kdm Alver-
sou. regarding thu claim or th? said
lCdna Alverfon to tukp In allotment
th( tract of laud abovo desctibi-d.
Date this l.lth day of Moy J005.
t COMMISSION TO THE FIVE CIVII-
1 IZHP TIUUBS.
TAMS BIXBV. Chairman.
First published Mny IS 1U03.
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