The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 281, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 4, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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Arcfmore Wodnesday October 4 1905.
BURTON. PEEL DRY GOODS COMPANY j
'T'Ueieisno romn for criticism in
Vi our Suit Department. Kveryone's
i? admiration is won by homo rJhe of
$3 thu great ntlmbcr of Suits we have
1 and these is wry lively selling in
this section this week.
Complete Outfitters for Men and Boys
IF YOU CONSIDER
That the best bargain is the Greatest Amount vf
of Vnluc for the Price you Pay you will bo sur-
pviued to discover how much you get and nt the
M I L L I N ER Y
How finch You Can Save Here
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43 Don' t neglect the neparato nklrt.
1 ilavc nil tbH new tblnk's. nnil at prJccH that wilt npiieal to
43 the must economical whopper.
Wn nro woll equlppcil. I
The strongest lino of Ladies
Misses and Child mis Shoes in
Ardmore. Misses and Children
50c to $2.50
$1.25 to $5.00
Our Millinery Par-
lors wore Packed to
Overflowing M o n-
day and Tuesday.
The many expres-
sions of admiration
from those w h o
came looked and
bought are evi
dences that OUIi MILLINI'jKY IS . COKUECT. If you did
not como on account of the weather come Thursday Friday
or Saturday. Our hats will stand the test of the severest critic
Its a conceded fact that Hanan
and Hostonian Shoes are right.
They are dressy and duruble.
Shoes for mem
$1.50 to $6.00
Yclonr 20 inch wide in all the new shades. A beautiful materia! ior
Shirt Waists Suits 75c
15 pieces two tone Taffeta Chiffon finish 30 inches wide all the new
shades. The correct thing for a Dress Suit per yd $1.00
In assorted colors and bold plaids.
25c goods for 15c 35c goods for 25c
G5c gsoes for : 50c $1.00 Shepherd's plaids 75c
100 pieces plaid checks and solid Gingham 12 1 -2c grade 10c
The greatest line of suitings ever shown in Ardmore for . ...10c
The awellcstline ever shown in Turnovers Stocks and Ties.
You will admire and buy them.
GOO pairs Boys kee Pants in nil wool mixtures. . 50c
. cv rv cf cf cy c
YOUNG MENS SUITS
Single and Double Breasted stvlns: fanr.v irrav to
w - - - J ml D " )
brown and mixed materials in check stripes and
1 n il o . nlln 1... C ..In : r!.. C.. TT.. OW
jmmi.T ui.-iv'.o tun ui jii.tiu uiuu qui j;uat Ull-
finished Worsteds and Black Thibets; Ik
Come See Them
Woodford 1. T. Oct. 3. We nro
having more muddy weather. All tho
BOTH ARE RESPONSIBLE.
Motorman and Switchman Held Eqjal-
ly to Blame for "L" Disaster.
New York Oct. .1. Responsibility
farmers complaining of tho bad weath- for tho accident on the New York eie-
or nnil say they cannot meet tlrelr. .vated railroad September 11 in which
October obligations at prosem. twcivo lost tneir lives was uxed by
George D. Akors'has bought out tho a coroner's jury on two mon .Corne-
flrm'of If. U Iertbetter & Co. of this llus A. Jncksoil tho towerman who
place. Mr. I-fidbelter contemplates go- set tho wrong switch and Motortnan
In to.llowle Texas to cngngo In tho Ktlly who drove His train around tho
Mercantile business. curvo at a speed which caused ono
Dr. I. N. Kolb of Snyder Texns was car to Jump the track In tho street
hero last week visiting his parents wore both charged with criminal negll-
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1j. Kolb. gence. Jackson 'was arraigned before
Tho Pickens County singing conven- tho coroner and released on $1000 bond
tlon convened hero last Saturday nnd Kelly tho motorman lias been nils-
Sunday Owing to tfio rainy weather sing ever since tho accident
thoro was not many out. Tha noxt ; .
meeting of the convention wll bo held. Some Seasonable Advlee.
at Graham' January C and 7. It may bo a pleco of supcrflous ad-
The patrons of tho Woodford school yico to urgo uooplo nt this season of
havo purchased n largo boll to bu usl the year to lay In a supply of Cham-
for school and church purposes. ' I bcrlaln's Cough Ilcmody. It Is almost
W. W. Houston of Helton Ark. has sure t l0 needed before winter Is
been hero for tho past ton days to over and much more prompt and sat
benefit his health. II returned home isfactory results aro obtained vhen
yesterday saying that ho had been taken as soon na a cold Is contracted
much improved. nml lipfnrn If tins hnnomn HPtUnd In
W. A. Taliaferro of Mllo was here the system which can only be donoby
yesterday. Ho says ho has ginned only keeping the remody at hand. This
seveniy-nino uiiiu.h oi cimun m. um nn remedy Is so widely known and so al
ni .mho uiis Hca.-tHi oh Miiiui oi wi- toccthcr good that no ono should lies
Itato aljout bunng it In proferepco to
ton being so late.
t ' . 7 . i other. It Is for Halo by V.
Croui. Is quick y rollovod and w v Fram0i nonncr &
whooiHig cough will not ' rim it? mul Aramoro Drug Co.
courso" if you uo the original nee"s 2 .
laxative Honey and Tar. This cough ..uu.. nut
i - .llff I nil nll.nrn Ur. ' MUrDhV Bill.
Ittt toAT'- Hon. A P. Murphy member of
not euro croup and whoopln? cough congress from tho Sixteenth Missouri
until you rid tho system of all congo. ?rlct. wlu Introdneo tho following
;i' L :;Vin. . thmuL-h bill in congress. It meets unanimous
a copious action of tno bowels lleo's !MPrvni in Indian Territory:
I.ixatlvo Honor an Tar does this " it enacts by ho Sens
and cures all coughs croup whoopln
cough ets. No opiates. Sold by City
HobbBrson I. T. Oct. 1. A cold
rain fell hero last night and today.
Cotton picking l tho principal oc
Tho Methodist rovival meeting
closed here Sunday night Sept. 17
with ten conversions and four addi-
tions to tho church.
Thoro wero services last nignt ami
today by Itcv. Elmoro.
Jim Stogner and family of Noble
Okla. visited Mrs. Stogncr's father
John Wilson hero last week-.
Oscar Iroland's now houso Is almost
Miss Mary Wright Is attending
school at Wynnowood.
Quito a number of peoplo will at-
tend tho circus nt Wynnowood.
Tho sick aro getting much better.
Houso of Itepresentatlves
"That tho restrictions on tho alien
ation and taxation of lands In Indian
Territory except as to tho homostcad
of those shown by tho records of tho
Commissioner to tho Five Civilized
Tribes to bo of full Indian blood be
and tho samo aro hcriVy rotuoved.
Tho Cotton Bolt General Passenger
i department at Tyler Toxas havq Is-
sued Qtilto a unlquo advertisement In
j tho form of beautiful Gold Edgo piny-
i lng cards which can bo purchased nt
' Cotton Belt Ticket olllces and on our
Cafo cars. J'rlco twenty-ftvo way
' ceuts por deck or aend thirty (30)
cents In stamps to General Passenger
department Tyler Toxas ror trnnE-
mission by U. S. mail- . 21-3
OH and Gas Found.
Henryctta I. T Oct. 3. Saturday
mornlnj; at C o'clock tho drillers at
tno Joan tsmitn well struck a gooa
flow of gas and oil. It was tested
nnd shows a good quality. Tho town
Is wild nnd rumors of all kinds of dril
ling aro afloat If all the wells that aro
talked of go down tho Henryctta dis-
trict will look a mass ot derricks.
Tho Btrlklng of oil and gas just on
tho evo of tho building of tho M. A
& G railroad Into Honryotta mako3
things pretty lively. Tho first train
nrrlvcd In this city this morning.
Plans to Get Rich
nro often frustrated by sudden break'
down duo to dvsponsin or confttlpa
tlon. Brnco up and tnko t)r. Klng'h
Now Ufe Pills Thoy tnko out tho
materials which are clogging your en
orftios nnd glvo you a new start. Cure
henflafho and dizziness too. At w. H
Frame's ilr.uk storo; 25c guaranteed.
It Is a pleasure- to take Dr. Dade's
I Ittlo Liver Pills and enjoy their tonic
effect upon tho liver Sold by city
Drug store. .
In tho United Statea court In tho
Indian Territory Southern district:
J. W. Stockton plaintiff vs. Uiclndy
S'oekton ilecfndant No. C331.
Tho defendant I-uclndy Stockton is
warned to appear in this court In thir-
ty days and answer tho complaint of
tho plaintiff J. W. Stockton.
Witness tho Hon. Hosca Townsend
Judgo of said court nnd tho seal there
of this 11th day of September 190G.
(Seal) C M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
By o. A. wisiiis uoupty.
Brown fc Turner Attorneys.
Attorney for non-resident S. H. But
First published September 11 1005.
In tho United States court In tho
Indian Territory Southern district.
Lizzie 'AHlEOri plnlnttft vs. A. J. Al-
lison defendant. No. C33C.
Tho defendant A. J. Allison 1
warnod to appear In this court In
thirty day nnd answer tho complain
of tho plaintiff. LIzzIo Allison.
Witness tho Hon. Hose.i Townsend
Judgo of said court nnd tho sea
thereof this 2Cth day or Sept. 1005.
(Seal) C M. CAMPllEUi Clerk.
By W. S. CROCKETT Deputy Clerk
Brown & Turner attorneys.
Attorney for non-rcsldont S. It. But
First published September 25 1005
In tho United States Court In the
Indian Territory. Southern District:
Jennie uhoilcs plaintiff vs. Charles
lthodes. defendant. No. 0331
Tho defendant. Charles Kliodcs is
warned to appear In this Court In
thirty days and answer tho complaint
of tho plaintiff. Jcnnlo llhodce.
Witness the Hon. Hosca Townsenu
Judgo of Bald Court and tho seal
thereof this 19th day of September
1905. O. M. CAMPBEM
O. A. WHIXS Deputy Clerk.
Brown & Turner attorneys.
Sam T. Butler attorney for non-
resident. Flrs published September 19. 1905.
A rude Jest will sometimes croato
an unfavorable Impression which nev-
er Is wiped out.
ChlcKasaw Telephone Co.
Tnip- distance counons will bo
sold on tho following basis in
10 ner cent discount will bo
given on $25.00.
IS per cent discount will bo
given on $50.00.
20 per cent discount will bo
given on $100.00.
Coupons to bo bought and
paid for in advance or before
opening an account.
Wm. H. Berry Gen. Mgr.
Carriayo Repair Shop
JUncksmltblntf Woodwork Palntlni; and
Trimming. Heavy fnrElnir and liorHoshoulni:
201 Kant nro'adwar Ardmoro I T.
A potrlflcd creed often goes with a
That hoy's express wagon tho Dia-
mond brand never fails to pleaso.
Sold only by Blvons Corhn & Frons-
PLAN SIFTER FLOUR
ASK YOUH QUOCeU I OK
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eill u k tf u rr baa. Vtinlt Clat
Bars KaaMaUa Co KoJ SfalMh Uvm
City Drus; Btoro W. D. rrwa
k Greatest a
Our offerings this spring iacludo tho
linest stock of
Buegies. HacKs Phaetons and Sarreyt
wo havo over carried. Step into our buggy houso
on North "Washington street make your selection
you'll find that wo will give yoa tho most liberal
prico and the lowest terms.
Por the farmer wo havo the nowost. thing in
' Cultivators Turning Plows
Cotton and Corn Planters
We want to soil you your hardware for 1905
rnOM HERETO THERE.
And there's pure air puro water and
sunshine on tho hill. Just tho placo
for a rest after tho long winter. It's
EureKa Springs ArK. .
Operated by Frisco System
" Round-trip tickets to Eureka Springs
an salo every day in tho year.
ASK C W. STRAIN. D. P. A.
. Wichita Kansas
The W."'1 Ardmoreite uLK"
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