The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 253, Ed. 1, Friday, September 1, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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Ardmore Friday Svptember 1 1905.
A FEW MORE DAYS
1 Mt UAII.Y AKUMOHhl I U.
WE ARE STILL POUNDING AWAY on the broKen lots odds and ends of our Summer goods-still
offering the ONE-HALF PRICE on all Figured Lawns Fancy White Goods and Summer Dress Goods.
Many have visited our $tore this weeK and can testify as to the values we are giving for the next few days
selling we shall put in all the Ladies Waists we have on hand at a discount of ONE-FOURTH OFF This
becomes necessary on account of our needing the room at once for our large Fall purchase about to be
received. ' Already we are pushed for room. Every nooK and corner of our store is bristling with bright
new goods in fact the most comprehensive showing it has been our pleasure o get together for your
New SKirts new Suits new Wraps new NecR Wear styles and fabrics the latest. Come and looR
now and looK later as every day adds splendor. Every express bringing something new. Our sales
people are the best and taKe pleasure in showing goods even if you do not buy.
O Nothing but the late ones shown. Many of our customers appreciate this fact and have already
vJlllld made selections. Buy your silK pattern from us you can maRe no mistaRe. No two patterns
"This Fellow the King."
The Honorable Ms Tim Sullivan Is
tliu mlKlitleat power In Tammany save
Uo boss ami some philosophers woulil
multo not oven this exception. He is
u HtroiiK until. ihoiiKh unncpieamlsh in
bis wuyH anil when ho speaUw thuro
are tlwnyn hIriis of thought. Two bits
of cerebration Indulged In by him in
Ills recent little trip abroad neem par-
ticnlnrly to Justify thin praise. "In
luct" nays he "oh fur as 1 could malte
out. tho Irish foil; are ueKltinliiB to "
Jsct les to Knsllsh rule than to tho
supposed Irish who rulo there." This
statement Is perhaps exaggerated but
It revealH refreshingly n bit of useful
truth. Tlm'a other prize sentence was
an follows: "This fellow tho King
struck .mo as Knowing how to be pop-!
ular. If he hnd sat up all night tliliiU j
Ins about the best way to do It ho
rouldn t have come to no iietter con-
clusion thnn the way he goes louitd
being nffaMc to everybody.' Ule tin
rest of ub. Kdwnrd has his Haws but
this especial eulogy he deserves am
nobody Is more fitted to appreciate Us
meaning than tho Strang and traveled
statesman by whom It was delivered.
Collier's for September I'.lUOr..
THREE JURORS CURED.
Of Cholera Morbus with one Small
Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Choi
era and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Mr. (J. W. Fowler of Hlghtowtr.
AInM relntos an experience ho hnd
wlillo nerving on a petit Jury In a nnr
ilex ease at Kdwnrdsvllle county scat
of Cleboumo rounty. Alabama Hi
mob; "While there I nte some frc h
meat and twine BOime meat ard It gavi
me cholera morbus In a very srv rc
form. I was never more sic k In my 1 f
and Bent to tho drug store for n ccr
tain cholera mixture but til-1 dnitgi'-
sent mo it bottle of Chamberlain - Ci 1
Ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Heine 'y . .
r.teud wiyliiK that he had wh.V I sin' I
for but that this medicine n il.
much better that he would r.i'lur - 'i .
it to me In the fix 1 was In. I took oui
doso of it and wn lietter In IH nun
utes. The second done run ire in
tlrely. Two fellow Jurorw were nUllf
cd In the same manner and oiu Mnal
bottlo cured the three of us ' For -..i'i
by F. .1. Hamsey. Ilonner .t Ilonn' -W.
II. Frame Ardinoie Drtm Co
The "Anna Held" is a "cultured" cigar.
Real "cigar culture" begins at the beginning
on the plantation not in the factory.
It commences with the planting of the seed
and continues through the cultivation and har-
vesting the sorting the curing the grading the
fermenting and the blending of the tobacco leaf.
Tho man who brags about how i.vly
ho gota up every morning forw-tM to
mention how eurl he sneaks off
bed every night.
H A Head Cisco Tuxa. w
March U I9il My wrist was spvnliu I
bo badly from it fall that It was nf
r.a and I'ftir usin win il ii
iIiim that filled to she reK I n d
Ltllard'n Snow I.lairacnt u. 1 a.
it I inniistly ivcomm.nl It . l
one rtiffir nt? from sprain- V II
is produced under the American Cigar Company's
exclusive system which combines all these de
partments of cigar-development under one
management insunng the correct treatment
ot the tobacco from plant to purchaser.
This is real cigar culture possible only
unaer sucn a system.
You benefit as you'll realize
when you smoke the "Anna Held."
Sold by all dealers In good cigars
Trade supplied by
PLATTER TOBACCO CO. DALLAS TEX.
i t. . in e doesn't n i i.i
The "Smcka Starv" It a book that telU oil
aoout incte ncu procisict. Wo tend it free.
AMERICAN CIGAR CO. Ill Fifth Avcnnc tfcw York
I A Great Range Exhibit I
? BISCUIT AND COFFEE SERVED TO A L L
I In addition to the Hot Blast demonstration on
I the outside of the store September 15 and 1G in-
t side we will have a great Buck's Range spt up
f and in operation and every woman in this vi t
cinity is invited to see its workings. : "
I Drawing for the heater takes place on Septem-
ber 10 at 1 p. in. : : . : ' : :
N O B L E BROTHERs
find iliir.ililllty of our lumlior nr tliBSinTW
iiolutH iiiioii wlilcli w prliln ouri'lru:i. Tim
yelluw nl il i) planks hIiiiwii in our i iimIm liare tho
'j;trelilllli oiun oU'iiliimt. It It of wull-t-iOHont'l
.;5itoek freofriimkiiotunuil nlliur liuperfrci. ei
-;5 niliulrliitf unrauilliy.
-'M ttherover It him been uci'cl has hccic-xfully
to Klvn uiiatlsfiictnry rosulls. With surli an
eHtuIiltNhoil roputntluu (or tliu excullumo u
our material wo have hullt up a k'hm! hu itm a
jiul It Is our purpomi In ki-np thin ii:. Wliv
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....v.m' Jim. .uiii.tui iiwrij n
jmnko tho prloo rlflit. Vllt iiuryiiriN ini'l u.nLe
- vim p mtlni.t I.m4.
';rvrn- . ' '
s iEast Side Limber Co.
if 'Of i .1 loop ohot.
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Prints Ai! the- NEWS. Ali
miis t lil'lnm in I
1 'due F V K'i'-1-'
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 253, Ed. 1, Friday, September 1, 1905, newspaper, September 1, 1905; Ardmore, I. T.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc79923/m1/2/: accessed August 4, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.