The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 251, Ed. 1, Friday, October 27, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmcre Friday October 27 1905.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITEi
5s ! iPr Br
Look Out for Your Baby
Our line of Infants' and Children's Cn p and Cloaks is now ready for yon r
innpfclion and comprises a full line of bright and attractive novelties in all
new and stylish material including the very popular fabrics such as
Crused Velvet Cravcnott Bearskin. Corduroy Chevoit. Velvet and Cashmere. The cut and
finish of these garments is exquisite in every detail. This showing of baby wearjj extreme-
ly besniliful and deserves your early inspection. Price to suit any puree
Burton-Peel Dry Goods Co.
Clothes for Young Men and Boys
We're Always First to Show the Season's Styles
and Always Have the Best Thinjjs to Show
Our comprehensive stock of Clothes for both large and small
boys are now at their best and include everything needed by
boys for street dress school or otherwise The master design-
ers of boys'-clothing must be students of boy life understand-
ing the methods of boys play locating the weak points and re-
enforcing them against the strains they arc subjected to. Seats
lenses and armpits are points necessitating particular atten-
tion. These arc all realized in the Eiderheimcr Stein design-
ers methods of making clothes for boys and consequently no
house hi town can begin to compare with our quality to say
nothing of unmatchable assortments and low prices.
Don't fail to see them in the Show Window
Shoes for Men Women and Children'
We have re-ordered already many numbers of our shoes which
is evidence that there has been some lively selling in this
section You should see that beautiful seven-button boot for
ladies absolutely the correct thing for this season.
Hanan Ultra and BrocKport is the Shoe for Ladies.
Portsmouth for Babies and Children-
Hanan Bostonianand Burton-Peel Specials for men.
They tit and wear and arc lit for a King.
Don't Lose Sight
of our Ready-toAVear and Millinery Department. See our Un-
derwear Woolen Shawls. Gloves Hosiery and HandKerchiefs
We have an unlimited as-
sortment of little chaps'
Suits in Buster Brown ef-
fects ages from 3 to 7 yrs.
just the suit to maKe the
little fellow looK manly
and the name of the maKer
is an iron clad guarantee
of absolute sattsfaction.
SilKs and Woolen Dress a
Goods of Every Kind
It's only by comparisan you con appreciate the better qualities of our gar-
ments suits of the new double-breasted styles superbly fashioned and finish-
ed with that unmistakable air of exclusiveness and style that has made
liiderheim-Stein famous everywhere among d i scrim i nnting buyers.
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A BUGHOUSE RANCHMAN.
Nevada Man Wanted to Give Away
Chicago Oct. ;25 A Mueller a
ranch owiiw from Novndn attempted
to stvo away $0351 In front of the
l'nlmur IIoum tins niornliiK. Ho might
have succeeded hnd it not been for
I'ollcumnn O. Peterson who was at-
tracted by Mueller's actions. When the
policeman neared Mueller the Neva-
dan throw the money on the sidewalk
and calld out: "Will no one take It?"
"Yes I will' said Peterson as ho
picked up the money and seized Muel-
ler. Peterson behoving he had In
custody one of the men who yesterday
robbed a haul; In Indiana toolt Muel-
ler to the Central Police Station.
Mueller told the police he had arrived
In Chicago Tesday and had disposed
of several car loads of cattlo nt the
stock yardi. He then left tho place
nn went out for a drink. The prisoner
wns unable to toll tho police- where ho
had been subsequently. Tho money
was placed li. Ihe treasury vault at tho
station and Mueller was turned over
to tho pollen sergeant for safe Keep-
ing. Never Ask Advice.
When you have a cough or cold
don't ask what is good for It and get
Homo medicine with little or no morlt
and perhaps dangerous. Ask for Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar tho greatest
throat and lung remedy It cures
coughs nnd colda quickly. Sold by tho
City Drug Store.
Biscuits baked right In three min-
utes evory day next wcolt at our
niVKSs coruiN & kiiensucy.
Some Seasonable Advice.
It may bo a pieco of superilous ad-
vice to t'.rgo people at this season of
tho year to lay In a supply of Cham-
berlain's Coirgh Hcmcdy. It Is almost
sure to be needed before winter Is
over and much moro prompt and sat
Isfactory results are obtained when
taken as soon as a cold Is contracted
and beforo . l.as becomo settled In
tho systom which can only be done by
keeping tho remody at hand. ThU
remedy Is so widely known and so al-
together good that no one should hes-
itate about buying It In preference to
any other. It Is for sale by P. J. Ram-
sey. W. B. Frame Bonner & Bonner
and Ardmoro Drug Co.
In tho United Stntcs Court in the
Indian Territory Southern District:
J. D. howls plaintiff yn. Allco Icw-
Tho defendant Allco Lcwla is
warned to appear In this court In
thirty dayi nnd answer tho com-
plaint of tho plaintiff J. D. Lowls.
Witness tho Hon. Hosea Town-
send Judge of said court nnd tho
seal thereof this 23d day of Octobor
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBRLU Clerk.
By W. S. CKOCKETT Doputy.
Brown & Turner nttornoys.
S. H. Butler attornoy for non-
resident. First published October 24. 1005.
Backacho Is never known to those
persons who tako an occassional dose
of PIneulos. Tho valuo of tho rosin
obtained from tho pine tree has long
boon recognized in tho treatment of
diseases of tho bladder and. kidneys.
'One doso of PIneulos will glvo relief
and ono bottlo will cure. Sold by City
Drug Store. .
Ho who says nothing. Is never mis-
In the Inllcd States Court South-
em District Indian Territory at Ard-
more: Noblo Bros. plaintiff vs. E. M.
Crim defendant No. 4875.
Tho defendant K. M. Crim Is warn-
ed to appou In this court within thir-
ty days to answer the complaint of
tho plalntlli's Noblo Bros.
Witness my hand as United States
Commissioner at Ardmoro. I. T. this
Octobor 11 1905.
T. N. HOBNETT
U. S. Commissioner.
Butler & McOIII attorneys for pltfs.
H. A. LtCi ettcr. attorney for non-
First published October 15 1905.
A bigamist Is never free from wor
ry until he finds himself behind tho
Cures Chills and Fever.
G. V. Wirt. Nacogdoches Texas
says: "His daughter had chills and fe
ver for thrco years: ho could not find
anything that would help her till ho
used Horbluo. His wife will not keep
house- without It. ant) cannot say too
much for it." 50c. Sold by W. B.
h ramo. '
The Cotton Bolt General Passenger
department at Tyler Texas have Is-
sued quite a unlquo advertisement In
tho form of beautiful Gold Edge play-
ing cards which can bo purchased at
Cotton Belt Ticket oftlcos nnd on our
Cafe cars. Price twenty-five (25)
cents per deck or aend thirty (30)
cents In stamps to General Passenger
department Tyler Texas for trans-
mission by U. S. mall. 24-3m
PInesalvo nets llko a poultice. Best
thing In the world for bolls burns
cracked hands tetter etc. Sold by
City Drug Store.
In tho United StnU's court In tho
Indian Territory Southern district:
J. .1. names plaintiff vs. Anna
Barnes defendant No. G3S5.
Tho defendant Anna Barne3 Is
warned to appear in this court In
thirty dnys and answer the complaint
of tho plaintiff J. J. Barnes.
Witness tho Hon. Hosea Townsend
Judge of said court and the seal
thereof this ICth day of Ocl 1905.
(Seal- C. M CAMPBELL Clerk.
By W. S. CROCKETT.
.1. c. Little attorney
Attorney for non-rosldcnt S H.
First published. October 17 1905.
You can make tho tonni when yot
uy a buggy from ub. NODUS BROS
ChicKasaw Telephone Co.
Long distance coupons will
sold on the following basis
10 per cent discount will bo
given on $25.00.
15 per cent discount will bo
given on $50.00.
20 per cent discount will be
given on $100.00.
Coupons to bo bought and
paid far in advance or beforo
opening an account.
Win. H. Berry Gen. Mgr.
In the United States court In tho
Indian Territory Southern district:
Viola O. Self plaintiff vs. Wm. A.
Self defendant. No. C382.
The defendant William A. Self Is
warned to appear In this court In
thirty days nnd answer tho complaint
of tho plaintiff Viola O. Self.
Witness the lion. Hosea Townsend
Judge r said court and tho seal
thereof thin 14th day of Oct. 1005.
(Seal) C M. CAMi'BKiAi Clerk
By W. S. C-i'CCKETT Doputy.
llob'-rt E. Lee attorney.
Attorney for non-resident IS. II
First published Oct. 1C 1905.
ASK YOUK QKOCUU t-OR
No danger of consumption It you
mo Foley's Honey and Tar to cure
that stubborn cough. Sold by City
Drug Storo. '
m -.1. !t .-i.
Coughs Cold's Croup and
Whooping Cough. .
T!il.rmnlyl f;imU" f'r lurorfirrn
nlnrco part of t'.i nrillzvU vorl'l. II ran
nlwnytf fj(-irio led Uim. It co'itnlu nt
opium or nthi.T Jinrmrul itruj ami may 1
k-lvon ni enn Jottl j- to u Uiby m to an r.dult
Prlco 2G etc; Largo Blzo CO cto.
Carriage toenail' Shop
lUacksmltblntr Woodwork Painting and
TrlmmlUk'. Heavy foriclnu nd luirbttiitioelnir
jot Eat nrondwav Ardniore. I.T.
Morphine Opium Cocaine
and WhisKey Habits
CURED IN EIGHT TO TEN DAYS
My treatment is perfectly harmless and has no bad
effects whutcvor. Our Sanitarium isstrbtly privuto and
persons coming here for treatment ira ully protected
from outside visitors. My remody o withdr
treatment but thoroughly eliminates all narcotic and
alcoholic poison from tho systom thereby destroying all
desire necessity or craving for drugs or liquor.
For full particulars address in confidence
J. S. HILL jr.
Ardmore I. T.
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Prints All the NEWS All the Time
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