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The Daily Ardmoreite. [volume] (Ardmore, Okla.) 1893-current, December 22, 1903, Image 2

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Overcoats Blankets Comforts, Lap Robes, Etc-
THIS SALE is worthy of your attention. No old, out-of-date goods offered. On the contrary you will find our counters
and shelving loaded with good, new Merchandise that appccils to your judgment as a careful buyer. We
shall quote below a few prices and we assure you never before in the history of Ardmore was there such an opportunity to buy
at such low prices.
Huy clothing for the boy ho porson
ally likes, ami dopond upon It ho will
tnko gooi enro of thorn.
Our 1X0 Hultii nt $1 20
Our $2 Hults nt $1 60
Our $2X0 Sultn nt 2 00
Our $3 Bulls nt $2 40
Our 13.&0 Suits at 2 80
Our 4 Sulta iU $3 20
Our $4.50 Sulta nt 3 CO
Our $5 Sultn nt $-1 00
Our $C BulU nt. $4 80
Our $7 SultB nt $5 60
Our $7,D0 Suits nt $6 00
Our $8 Sultn nt $0 40
Our $8.00 Suits nt $0 00
Our $D Suits at $7 20
Our $10 Sulta nt $8 00
Our $12 Suits ut... $9 CO
Those comprint! nil tholatest weaves
In Scotch, Chovlots, Casslmores, Gran
ites, Bergcs, Clay Worsteds, etc.
Now is the time to
get tirst choice.
Wo carry Uio strongest lino of Cot
ton, Woolen and California All-Wool
Blankets shown by any morchant In
Uio Territory, therefore wo nro In a
position to do you lota of good.
Our $1 Hlnnkcts f;o nt 80c
Our $1.25 Hlnnkcts go nt $1 00
Our $1.00 Hlnnkcts go at $1 20
Our $1.75 Blankets go nt $1 40
Our $2 Dlankuts go nt $1 CO
Our $2.50 Blankets go nt $2 00
Our $3 BlnnketB i;o nt $2 40
Our $3.G0 Blankets go nt $2 80
Our $4 Ulankets go at $3 20
Our $1.50 Blankets go nt $3 CO
Our $S Illnnkots go ut. . . . . .$4 00
Our $C Binukets go nt $4 80
Our $(i.r0 Illnnkotn go at $5 20
Our $7.50 Hlnnkcts go nt $6 00
Our $10 niankots go nt $8 00
Our $12X0 Illankots go at $10 00
Exceptionally strong llnu unbroken.
Your choice
Our $1 Comforts only 8Cc
Our $1.2C Comforta only 1 00
Our $1X0 Comforts only $1 20
Our $1.75 Comforta only $1 40
Our $2 Comforts only $1 60
Our $2.50 Comforts only $2 00
Our $3 Comforta only $2 40
Our $3.50 Comforts only $2 80
They nro soft and puffy nnd as
wnrm as on Eiderdown, beautifully
tacked nnd bound, and cheaper to you
now than raw materials.
For winter use. I-orgo and beautiful
Our $1X0 Iprobos $1 20
Our $1.75 Lnprobes $1 40
Our $2 Laprobcs $1 60
Our $2X0 I.aproboa $2 00
Our $2.75 lnprobes $2 20
Our $3X0 Laprobca $2 80
Our $1X0 Laprobca $3 60
Our $5 LAproboa $4 00
Our $5X0 I-i probes $4 40
Our $7.50 Laprobca $6 00
Our $10 Lnprobes $8 00
Admitted by nil to bo tbo most com
prehensive lino In Ardmore. Stock
now. All tho latest woaves specially
tailored, otc.
Our $5 Suits at 4 00
Our $C Suits at $4 B0
Our $7 Suits at $5 60
Our $7.50 Suits nt $6 00
Our $8 Suits nt $6 40
Our $8X0 Suits at $G 80
Our $9 Sulta at $7 20
Our $10 Suits nt $8 00
Our $12 Sultu at $9 60
Our $12X0 Sulta nt $10 00
Our $13.50 Suits at $10 80
Our $15 Suits nt $12 00
Our $16.50 Suits at $13 20
Our $18 Sulta nt $14 40
Our $20 Sulta at $16 00
Our Suits nro of known makes. The
Wat tailored ones nro hair cloth, lined
fronts, padded shoulders, etc, and
guaranteed to fit and wear without go
ing all out of shape. We can ttavo
you mora than
over any tailor's make. Come, lot ub
tit you up now.
Come to our store dur
ing thiB week and see for
yourself that we show
just what we advertise,
and remember, your
money back on any gar
ment or article you buy
if not as represented or
if your neighbor thinks
you paid too much for
it. We were never un
dersold, nor shall we be.
& COMPANY. 1 spot cash,
Fporlol Correspondence.
Chlgley, I. T., Dec. 21. Most or our
fannors nro dono picking cotton.
Miss Fnnnlo Wllllama watt visiting
frlenttu In Davis Friday and Stitnrday.
j u, niytho of livls and Mr. Kol
koo were pleasant callers yesterday.
Ihivo Wlnbry of Wynnowood Is do
ing some surveying for U. J. Viuulor
kIIoo this week.
Win, and Johnlo Clayton of Wynno
wcod were out hero Saturday looking
after tliolr places tltoy luwo rontod
for next year.
A. U Mosos & Son loft this morning
for lA-'xIngton, O. T., to look out a
William Cunningham, who has boon
iioro for Uio past tliroo months, left
yestorday for Alvord, Texas, to got
married. Wo wish him much success.
Mnck Wilson, who has boon nt
King Stuff. Arizona, for tho iKist olght
months, returned homo Saturday.
V., T. Cooper of Iavls, who is act
ing as agent for Columbus Nelson, was.
up Inst weok getting nil their renters
ti sign rontnl contracts fw next year.
W. It. Wolford was In lost wook nt-n-nJtng
J J. William .uul I.oo Waro made
a business trip to Oklahonm this
Charley Buckley ot Ada Is attending
a few days at Prof. Kuykondall's.
Josso Hamilton had tho misfortune
to get his hoiwo antl contents dostroy
d by flro a few days ago.
Our sHnging school Is progressing
nicely with fifty in attendance. Tho
tinging match between Iona nnd FUlr
view was a failure, owing to Falrvlew
not showing up. Iona class and ClUg
ley class consolidated and ang a few
pieces that wero hard to boat.
John Murray antl family of Man
gum, O. T Is visiting his parents,
Jns. Wilson. Also their daughter nud
Mldrcn of CWckiiaho.
Be Quick.
N.n a minute should bo lost when a
..ltd shows symptom of croup. Cham
Iain's Cough llemedy glve.i ns soon
i ' the child ueootues lionrso. or even
i c" the croupy cough appears, wil
t r.'vent tho attack. It uever falls, and
a pleasant and sate to take. For sale
v V .1 Hsmsey, Ardmoro Drug Co..
W, D. Fmino.
SiK'clal Corrosiwndonce.
Wynnowooil. I. T., lXc. 21. Wo nro
having rory flno weather.
DuBinoss Is good in our town.
On Wednesday last Mr. Clomons was
married to Miss Daisy Jennings at
the homo of tho bride's parents 1.)
WynnowtKtl. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cleinen.
will muUo tliolr future homo hero.
TJio churches of tho town nro mak
ing big preparations for Christmas
tres and other entertainments.
Mr. Jokso Hockot and MIsm Olllo
Vohres wero mnrrletl last week.
Tho health of mr city la good.
Newcomers from tho states aixj ar
riving almost dally.
It ii saltl Uiivt Uiero l not a vacant
ivsldenco In town fit to live in .
Tliero ore two now bricli store build
ings nearlng completion on Main
There will be a public entertainmuut
at Uio Indlanola college Tuesday
Tho now laboratory ctHilpmtmt re
cently Installed at tho college, whleli.
was donated by Mrs. llurnoy and son
u( Ciimberlnud, I. T., Is a valuable ad
dition lu tho HUipmeut.
Owing tt the educational fncllltlem
ami the littnlthfuliuw and good ieo
pie, wo think Wynnowood Is the best
town to live In of any in Uio Territo
ry. Cotton I still coming In nud the
prlee going tip. Tho buulness men
hnvo colluded up well nnd ore In gocl
shape for tho new year.
Ut us not forget to give the great
and good One tluinks for all thebe
grefit bloMiiiKH with which ho has
covered this year and trust him for
greater tilings lu Uie one to come.
One Hundred Dollars a Box.
Is the value II. A. Tlsdalo, Summer
ton, S. C places on DoWitt's Witch
Hazel Salvo, lie says: "I had the
piles for 20 yvars. I tried many doc
tors nnd medicines, but all failed ex
cept DoWltfs Witch Hazel Salve. It
cured mo." It Is a combination of the
healing proiwrtlos of Witch Hazol
with antiseptics and emollients; re
llovon and permanently cures blind,
bleeding. Itching and protruding piles,
sores, cuts, bruises, eczema, salt
rheum and all skin diseases. Sold by
all dealers.
Special Con-oiKHidouc.
Wynnewuod, I. T.. IX 21.--This
will be a great Christum; for this
':f iiiitry sunshine, health, big crops,
tig prkm dohU paid .inJ turkeys
Tho usual amount of peop y are not
tnUnK advantage of t!i holldny mtns
ItilB time ami wo think It is because
tt'Ly can not 11 ml any mo ploiisure
anywhexo than In Wynnmuwd.
Of thu fiw who have gone howeor.
f e etlltor and proprietor of Mio Nt A'
Ura Is one. May friend ShacUWor.l
have an enjoyable visit.
Tlio city authorities hnv set down
their foot on the Indiscriminate line of
lire crackors, sl rockoii and toy
pistols (all of them wero invented, by
the Chlneso and Satan) --.n I hnvo said
they will vigorously prosecuto tho violations-
of Uio ordinances against It.
Many a country man and worm.n are
kept away from towns by theso
useless and pestiferous things scaring
their horses, shocking Uiolr nerves and
not unfrctiuently Injuring them per
sonally. Hut the merchants have t li m in
stock and the boys want to uso them,
tho authorities luivo given them tho
two first tlays of Christmas to u.xplotlo
them, In a legal and proper way of
course, anil It Is fondly hoped and con
fldently expected Unit they will ann'
hllnte all In ten miles of Wynnewood.
Though our lsjople can not vote,
tin.'- are watthlng the congress and
the courts, hoping for some sort of aid.
I have not talked to a single man In
nil this country In fnvor of statehood
by Uio piecemeal method, tt Ie
strange that tho number of visiting
statesmen we hud horn lu the hiiuiiuci
did not better learn the wishes o
tho people they wximod so willing to
We are all in favor of the plan of
Sidney Suggs, etlltor of the Ardmere
Ito, and tender to him all the aid our
Commercial Club and people can wield
It Is thought that our townsmun,
C. O. Ktxuv will bo the next chairman
of Uio Uopubllcan executive commit
tee. Wo tlo not agree with him In
all point! politically, but thoy can find
no more capable and progressive man
for that responsible place
Warning Order.
In tho United States Comn Usloner's
Court, Southern District, Indian Ter
ritory. J. V. Fnnn, plaintiff, v! i.'ntalinn
Trntor, defendant. No. 1.2S5.
Tho defendant, Catallna Prater, Is
waruBd to appear In this court In thir
ty dnys and answor tho complaint of
tho plaintiff. J. 1'. Fann.
Witness my hand an "United States
commissioner this 14th day or Decem
ber. 1P03 T. N. ItOHNKTT,
U. S. Commissioner.
H. A. Ledbotter, attorney for non
resident. First published December 14, 1003.
No woman Is a Iwrolno to her dressmaker.
List of unclaimed letters at the
Ardtncre postofTioo Deo. 21. 1003:
Ilomard, Mrs.: linker, N. K; non
nnn, L.
Harp. M. A.; Harper. Julia: Hill.
Juinlo; Hartford, Alice.
Cagers, Florence.
Johnson, T. A.; Johnson, V. A.
Kelly, Ivatc.
Majors, Kssio; Morgan, Lula; Mc
GloUilln, Noi-a.
Kejniolds, Deulali; Robinson, Mat
tie; llobb Williams.
SmiUi, Ellen.
Thompson, Mamie D.
Wnilto, Mary; White, Win. II.;
White, Snlllo; WhicheJ, Kdna.
Alexantlor, Handle; Atkins. I. S.
Hetlford, W. C; Uohannn, Hannon;
Hurks, George.
Cnntrell, W. U.; Chlldors, Jennings.
F.xnrt, Shnrehanl.
Creen, U. W.
Hnndllu, George; Hall, James; Har
ris, O. A.: Harris. Dr. I T.; Honnlng,
Frotl; Illrdle Chas. T.; Hollan, James;
Holslnger, G. W.
.Ionian, H. J.
Mnthew, C. Wi
Newton, William.
Owen, Neal M.; Oliver, Harry; Orr,
It A.
Parmer, D.
Kuymoud, D. S.
Sims, J. II.; Speed, Willlo (5.; Smith.
Thomas, George; Truelove, John.
Wallior, John; Wllllanuson, J. P..;
Williams, J. T.; WrigUt, Carl.
Persons calling for Uio above let
ters will please say "advertised."
Low Rates for Christmas Holidays.
Tho Toxas & Pacific Railway Co.,
ns herototforo, nffords Uio peoplo or
Texas and Louisiana an opportunity
to visit tho old homo during tho
Christmas holidays at cheap rates.
For full Information ask any ticket
ngont or writo B. P. Turner, gcnoral
passenger agent, Dallas, Texas. 3"-tJl
If you Intend to burn coal provide
your homo or olllco with a Wilson hot
blast coal stove. Sold only by Noble
13ro3. 27
The Wilson hot blast coal stovo.
no other qulto so good. For sale
only by Noblo llros. ' 27
A thorough, nracllcal trtilnliiK school, complete and up todito In uvory ilcpnrtmonl
Day and nlcht hcuooI tho outlrtt your Day pupil nttmri nletil nohool wlthoiil ultra
uliarnes. -Tuition 17.60 pr month or flO for unllialted noholiirahll. Hoard lu to IWN)
Her month, No vacation Pupils may ontur at Hny lime, Kvery pupil la placed on lit"
rlta or may advance aa rapidly aa his ability will permit. TborouKb tra'nlni; In
aborteat tlmo conalatent Willi elllctenry. Ileteroncea Any bank or uuslueaa II rm In
aalneavlll For catalogue aildee.
n. P. 8RLVIDOE. A M..PrealUont. Oalneaflllc. Teaax.
IXaf and dumb brides are unspeak
ably happy.
The time is rirefor Plumb
ing work.
Wo hnvo ou hands a full
supply of PJumbiuR Material.
Wb know how to do yonr
Our 1'lntnbiiiK prices nro
Come and see ua.
Practical Tinners and Plumbers.
All Work guaranteed. Charges rea
sonable. Office over Ramsey's
Drug Store.
Ardmore, Ind. Torr.
O. W. Mays..
G. U Lowory Vlco-Prcsldeni
E. T. Youngblood... General Manager
W. D. Gray Secretary
Chickasaw Land
and Real Estate Co.
Do a ceneral Ronl
Estate business.
Indians Located
Lauds bought and fold. Strict
attention tiiveu to nil business
entrusted to us.
Lands to Rent.
Office Up-stalrs In Noble Building,
Subscrlbo for Uio Ardmorelto.
Successors to COBB & JOHNSON.
Marble and
Granite Dealer,
Estitnnles furni lied on monu
ments, tombstones and iron feuc
inif. Oflko at marble yards, South
Washington Street, Ardmore, I. T.
A Good Dinner.
Tlie Finest Roasts, Steak,
Mil I ton, Sausage, Etc,
nnd tho Freshest Vege-.
tables are always found at
We do all kinds of scientitlc.
practical and artistic shoeing.
Special attentiou given to di
seased feet and track hortei.
HOBUS & BANDY, Prop's.
North Cnddo St. Ardmore, I. T.
Architect and Superintendent.
Olllce In Wheeler Building.
Ardmore, ind. Ter.
A. F. ticlvally.
Q. T. Ledbetter.
Real Estate, Rentals and Collections.
Notary In Offlc,
Offlc over T. N. Coleman' drug

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