The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 268, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 19, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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rdmore Tuesday September 19 1003
THE DAILY AUDMOREITE.
All to the Good
Miss Rainey's designing ahd
malting is cxtrciiioly attractive
ami stylish".' Get in your order
.Phipp's that are moro beautiful
this season than any previous
See The Phipp's Hat
Ladies Coat Suits
Coat Suit of blue serge trimming or white broadcloth and blue sill: lined with two-tono
taffeta coat with .girdle; knife-pleated skirt This is a handsome garment and the lady
who buys it will have something to bo proud of.
Coat Suit empire coat mado of ladies' cloth and cravenottc trimmed with bucklus and
buttons with plaited llounco skirt. And many othe styles. We mention those to give you
some idea of fie most popular numbers
YOU can buy a garment your
size and not a lit; yon cau wear
a single-breasted coat and not
be in style. But you can't own
the clothos wo! offer and be
wrong in these or other re-
spects. Everything depends' u p o n
where you buy and who made
the clothes. e One olothos maker
is better than another just as
one horse is better than another.
We have discovered tho best
makers of men's clothing and
theirs is the kind wo offer you.
Shirt of Astabula Cloth in grey bold checks
the absolutely correct thing. Price $9.00
Shirt of small plaids of Astabula with Knifo
Plait Klounco trimmed with three buttons in
grey at knees. A skirt that has the right
hang. Price $8.50
SHirt of Tweed in brown aud grey mixed
pluited llounco. A handsome skirt for evorv
day use. Price" $5.00 and $6.00
SKirt made of groon. blue and black
heck granite; smail plait from band to
knees. IJox plait effect from knees down.
A most elegant garmont. Pi ice - $12.50
Shirt made of mixed Casimor
Great Offer in
School time is upon us and all parents feel with pride it's a
duty to see that their boys present as neat and favorable ap
pearanco as their associates and classmates. "Wo have mado
a special effort in this section of our clothing department and
you will 11ml on display tholurgest assortment of youths' and
Boys' Clothing to bo found in tho Chickasaw Nation at pecu-
liarly attractive prices.
Boys' Knee Pant Suits il to 10 years cut in dou bio breasted
two piece and singlo-brcastod Norfolks of good reliable Cas-
slmeres Worsteds and Dlue Serges that are well tailored.
$2.00 to $5.00 owing to goods.
Great Variety of Patterns in Hoys' Long Pant Suit in
Serges Cassimores and Worsteds ages 11 to 20 years. sYou
will tind these values un usual far bettor than you expect
$2.'i0 to $15.00
58 inch bleached ilflo kind 22 1 2c
78 " " 40c ' 32 12c
70 " " 50c " 39c
72 " " 75c " 59c
72 " ' SI 00 ' 89c
71) " " 1 25 " 98c
White and Colored
Sine Fringed Napkins 19c
50c " " 39c
75o " "
$125 " "
10c Ladies Handkerchiefs.
20 and 25c Ladies. "
12 l-2e Red Seal
12 l-2eToilodu Nc.rd
Flannelettes 36-inch booR fold 12 i cents
1$ fcr-v imn
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Mr' p $ (fifi JliKj ' 1
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THE SULLIVAN-MITCHELL FIGHT.
Scheduled to Take Place
norm Mav Not Taks
Wn.li.. Sent.-10. Great In
lerost of a rather sympathetic sort is
manifested by sporthiK men In this .
city and nil over tho country in the
battlo between John L.. Sullivan and
Charley Mitchell tho veteran prize-
fighters which Is scheduled to come
off at ltecreatlcm Uull Park this after-
noon. According' to ths terms of the !
aKreomont sinned by the two famous
old flghtors. they are to meet to light I
flftaon' rounds for ou per cent 01 uiu
receipts. Tho winner la to take 05
tho loser 35 per cor.t of tho purse.
Hoth 'inon have- been' training care
fully for this probably tho last pugil-
istic oncounter In their careers. I5otn
men idiow tholr nue and have nccumu-
hitwl llosh owIijb to high living and I
lack of oxorciso nnd from n pugilistic
point of view tha fight (Ioob not prom-
iso much. At tho damn time It 1 ad-
mitted that owing to th prominence I
nt Hin two men. for many years among
tho greatest lighters f the world auu
tho shiKular eonditloiiB tho light will
be or lnlerost to tho younger genera-
tion 'of -iportlng men.
Somo sporting enthusiasts consider
tho fight as being moro In tho nature
of n Joko than a real right and doubt
that either of tho men will be able
to light fifteen rounds lloth men are
confident of their victory or at least
preload to be. Hots aro even that they
will not enter the ring although tick-
ets have been sold throughout th:
oounUy to the friends of both.
You can get up a quarrel but will
you bo any better off after you have
Bridal Lore. 1
A January brldo will bo a prudent
house-keeper and vorj good-tempered.
A February brldo will bo a humane
nnd affectionate wire and tender
A March brldo will bo a frivolous
chatterbox eomnwhat given to Quar-
An April brldo will bo Inconstant
not very Intelligent but fairly good-
looking. A May bride will bo handsome am-
iable and likely to bo happy
A .tune bride will bo Impetuous and
A July brldo will bo hnndsoino and
smart but a trlllo quick-tempered.
An August brldo will bo amiable
A September bride will bo discreet
sffablo and much liked.
An October brldo will be pretty
coquettish loving but jealous.
A November brldo Will bo liberal
kind buo of a wild disposition.
A December bride will bo well pro-
portioned fond or novelty entertain-
ing but extravagant Chicago News.
Uecd for Pneumonia. .
Dr. C. J. Wallop or Agnow Mich.
rnivK: "l have used Foloy's llqnoy and
Tnr In throo very severe casoa of
nnnumonln with Rood results In overy
case. Refuse substitutes. City Drug
A pup looks so mild and Innocent
that we hope It will turn out bettor
than others of its kind; but It always
turns out a dog.
uuarreled so fiercely
that peace will
No Fever at Eureka Sprlnas.
For tho information of thoso who
hnvo contemplated spending their va-
cation nt Eureka Springs but who
may be In doubt about the health con-
ditions wo quoto bolow a telegram
from Kureka Springs dated August
10th nddroasod to tho officials of the
"Mayor J.-E. Wood and Dr. R. C.
Floyd President or tho Hoard ot
health. announce that there Is no
quarntlno at Eurekn Springs nnd no
Intention to mnlntnln ono nnd nn ne-
cessity for one. Tho altitude of Euro-
ha Springs Us perfect sanitary sys-
tem and nbsoluto freedom from mos-
quito3 all possibility of Infection and
regulations enforced IntD different
states afford absoluto saroguards.
Eureka Springs cordially Invites
and can furnish flrst-cliss nccomoda'
tlons for two thousand additional vis
Cured Hemorrhages of; the Lungs.
'Several years slnco my lungs were
po badly affected that 1 nail man
hemorrhages." writes A. M. Ako of
Wood. Ind.. "I took treatment with
several physicians without nny beno-
tU. I then stsrteil tn take Foley's Hon-
ey and Tar and my lungs nro now as
found an a bullet. I recommend It In
advanced stages of lung trouble."
Citv Drug Store.
Whon somo women go slnpp'ng
they go to tho departments In the
basement wlih tho idea that prices
would naturally bo lowor down there.
Foley's Hont y and Tar Is peculiarly
adn- ted for chronic throat troubles
and will positively euro bronchitis
hoar.-one:.3 and all bronchial diseases
Refuso substitutea. City Drug Storo
A White Man's Restaurant
Best Cuisine in Town
t. Buyu mid Bella Javl nmkeo
L ieue contracts eccuioe til-
lotmentd for citizens keop
. flrptclaas surveyor in office f.
t work fcuurKteed. Offiu; ortv
Firut NHt-iounl Bank.
In tho United States court In the
Indian Territory Southern -District.
Joslc Gilbert plaintiff vs. Ocorgo
Tho defendant George Gilbert Is
warned to appear lu this court In
thirty days and answer tho complaint
of tho plaintiff Joslo Gllucrt for a
Witness llio Hon. Ilosea Townscnd
Judge this i3rd day or August 1005.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
By R. C. FLEMING Deputy.
Butler & McGlIl plnlnM'B nttornoy.
IT. A. Ledbottcr attorney tor non-
resident. First jniblishod August 24 1005.
It Is a ploasuro to tako Dr. Dade's
Little Liver Pills and enjoy their ton
ic effect upon tho liver. Sold by City
asi: youu (HioctJN i-urt
There's relief for your headnche In
ono doso of Rnmsey's Ileadncho Elix-
ir. Keep a bottlo on hand nnd savo
suffering. Prlco 25c.
17 F. J. RAMSEY. Druggist.
Is tho black sheep or tho white fam-
ily tho white sheep or tho black fam-
ily. Wo have tho finest lino or shot giinB
and rifles In Ardmoro. Wo will malto
crackling or tho flames.
BlVENS CORHN & FRENSLEY.
Tho Cotton Bolt General Passenger
department at Tylor Toxas havo Is-
l sued quite a unlquo advertisement In
tho form of beautiful Gold Edge play-
ing cards which can bo purchased at
ICi ton Belt Ticket offices and on our
Ca.e cars. Price twenty-flvo (25)
Iconts per deck or "send thirty (30)
I cents In Htnrops to General Paengor
department Tyler Texas for trans-
Whllo people nro poor th'oy say bag-
kbko; when they get rich they call it
I. B. E. V
International Brotherhood or l$lec
trlcpl Workers Lodge No; 400 moots
every Friday evening at Union hall.
E. M. PARKER Presldont.
. A. HOLCOMB F. Scc'y.
Is bottled in
Ard more by
fflf WilAlET R1U8 EltVATOtt CO
. SOBE THROAT.
A ura enr (or t1crin Tcaallliu yuUy
ln;ll.d Ulcrtt4 4 Ctrrbl WrTtitut
A troytntlv C-um WtpUa Cuv wU
reniTVinn nwiixaa oorniruit
.ilortl lb lfil Cutsnl tn.l Utili-
ttm(u kiM U rrrr ttai. Vrle S3 atr
rx hU&JUaa 0h. Sux ffiatzcs-lowk.'
' tfy OiXt ' ' " ''
Our .ofTorings this spring includo tho
finest stock of
Buggies HacKs Phaetons and Surreys
wo have over carried. Step into-our buggy house
on North Washington street make your selection
you'll find that we .will give you thu most liberal
prico a nd the lowest terms.
For the farmer we havo the newest thing in
Cultivators Turning Plows
Cotton and Corn.Planters
Wo want. to soil you your hardware for 1905
H Company p
ARE YaU GOING TO
LS FO RN I A
FROM SEPTEMBER 15th to OCTOBER 31st
The Santa Fe will sell you Tickets
From Certain Points Ih.
(One Way Only)
Those second class ticltcts jive you overy priVileiie. of the
Service with the singlu exception of the Standard
PULLMAN Sleepers; but the TOURIST CaVs are
Drop nib a pos.t ' card or ask tho Santa Po
Agent for partioulars-
W. S". KKlffJfAN- G. P. A. Gulrcston.Tox.
1 niiE-lna by U. S. mall. 24-3m
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