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ERMUSLIN AND WHITE GOOD
J (S-I? AINfjO OFPORTUJNITY I
Having swung into the arena of 1904 with a superb display of the season's newest and choicest Wash Fabrics, thereby
giving an appreciative public the opportunity to secure the most advanced styles fresh from the loom, we consider it a pleas
ure and privilege to place before the good people, during this week, the choicest selection of tJndci'muslin and White Goods ever
shown in our store.
Our motto for 1904 shall be "Not how much can we get, hut how little can we take" or an article, and this, coupled with
the dynamo of PUSH, ENERGY and HUSTLE of the Burton-Peel Co., we expect to bring us the banner year's business since
our coming to Ardmore. In the face of 15 cent cotton, we propose to place the goods in this sale on the basis of 7 cent cotton--in
other words we will sell them at last year's prices.
The Muslin Underwear handled by the Burton-Peel Dry Goods Co. needs no introduction nor recommendation to the ladies
of Ardmore, but we must say that our line this season is larger and more comprehensive than we have yet shown and embraces
everything from those for the "wee tot" at 10c to most elegantly made and elaborately trimmed ladies' garments at $5 to $6,50
To ftilly appreciate the values quoted below, a personal inspection is necessary.
Lot No. I, on Sale this week
at 10 cents,
Children's Tuektd Drawew
izen 1 to 4.
('hildreu's rmWboiU.;t mes
1 to 3.
Ladies Corset Covers.
Lot Mo, 2, on Sale at 15c
Children's Tacked Drawer
sixes 5 to 6.
Children's Hemstitched Drawers, size 0 to 11.
Lubes' Hemstitched Yoke Corset Covers.
Luli-s' Lace Trimmed Corset Covers.
Lot No, 5, on Sale
at 50 Cents
cd embniilery trim
rued Drawers. La
dies luee and in
sert ion trim m e d
stvles. L'l lies' lnet'
and rib' oii trimm-d Corset Cover- ".vo s'vles
Lidies' hfimtite'ie 1 Corset Cover-- Lal.es'
Gowns 1 bjautriul styles.
Lot No. 4, on Sale al 25c.
Children's large site liPtn
ktitched Drawers. Lad'es' tuck
ed and hemstitched Drawers, 3
styles. Ladies' lace trimmed
Drawers, Ladies embroidery
trimmed Coraet Covers. Ladies'
lace trimmed Corset Covers.
Lot No, 6 on Sale at 75 Dents
B -nutiful assorted styles Ladies
Dinwers iu lace and embroidery
trimming, ifive elegant style
Uowus. Prelly Corset Corers
in lace and embroidery trim
min vr. Benrttifnl assortment of
On Sale at
Besides the described lots we have these garments at all
prices, ranging from $1 25 to $6.50, a description of which we
cannot attempt for want of space and words the apprecia
tive human eye alone can do them justice.
The EMBROIDERIES and WHITE GOODS on display
during this sale we are confident will not only demand your
attention, but also your very careful consideration because of
their beauty and extremely low prices.
Mines large size tucked
Drawers. Ladies' hem
stitched yoke and sletve
Lot No, 7, on Sale at $1.00.
Tim lot embraces the entire list of Kirmeiit.
lraw r.-, Ski'--. v. ; 1 ? Corset Covers in beau
tifully Humi d designs which characterize the
rt irru line and causes it to be preferred to any
iiiiown in the city.
He Got Too Funny.
According to the Kelly (Kris.) Re
porter, It doe not pay to bo fnctc
tloua. It relate that a lawyor In a
Southern Kansas town recently re
colvad a note for collection against
a woaltliy business man. Tho nolo
was outlawed, because the lntslnoss
man had not always been in a posi
tion whore the debt conW be col
lected from him. TJio lawyer wrote
him that as he was now able to pay
lie otagfet to do 6a TTio ImtdnuM man
replied that ho refused to pay the
Mote, hut If tho holder was in need
ho would (snnfrlbuto, nnd Inclosed a
bread died;. Tho lawyer credited
the nott! with tho valuo of tho chock
which renews the note under the
law of this state, and ho will now
proeep.l to collect the ncto with In
terest. It Is presumed that tho bus
hies man has learned something.
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L.L.D.
Of Wavorly, Texas, writes: "Of a
morning, when first arlr.ing, I often
find a troublesomo collection of
phlegm which produces a cc ;h and
Is vory hard to dlslodgo; but v small
quantity of Bollard's Horehound Syrup
will ot onco dlslodgo it, and the trou
bio is ovor. I know of no modlclno
Uiat la equal to it, and It Is so pleas
ant to take. I con most cordially
rooommond It to all persons needing
a modlclno for throat or lung trouble."
25c, DOc and $1 at W. D. Kramo's. ,
Want No Liquor in Statehood.
Okmulgee. I. T.. Jan. 19. Tho gov
ernors of tho Five Civilized Tribes
havo submitted a memorial to con
KrotM la which they auk that In tho
vent of statehood in whatever form,
that a provision be made prohibit
ing the sale of liquor. This move was
(Originally started by tho W. C. T.
U. lore of tho territory ami adopt
ed by tho Indians as a good argu
ment for a separate state, which all
the chief favor.
Mr. John II. Cullom odltor of tho
Garland, Toxas, News, has written a
letter of consmtuintlon to tho manu
facturers ot Chamborlalu'a Cough
Remedy as fol'ows: "Sixteen years ago
when our first child was a baby he
was subject to croupy spoils and wo
would bo very uneasy about him. Wo
began using Chamberlain's Cough
Romedy in 1SST, and finding It such
a reliablo romedy for colds nnd croup,
we havo novor boon without it In tho
house slnco that time. Wo havo flvo
children nnd havo given It to all of
thorn with good results. Ono good
featuro of this romedy Is that It Is
not dlsagrooablo tc tako and babies
really llko It. AnoUior Is that it is
not dangerous, and thoro is no risk
from giving an overdose. I coagratu
lato you upon the success of your rem
edy." For salo by F J. Ramsey, Ard
mcro Drug Co, W. D. Frame.
Some people havo contempt for
tho spider because It Is willing to
spin its own web.
A Life at Stake.
It you but knew tho splendid morlt
of Foley's Honey nnd Tar you would
will prevent an attack of pneumonia
or la grippe. It may savo your life.
Bonner & Bonner.
The a n of Jhe solfmndo man us
ually begins at the top and works
Cured After Sufferfno Ten Years.
,13. F. Hnro Supt. Miami Cyclo & Mfg.
Co., MIddletowu, O., suffered for ten
years with dyspepsia. Ho spent hun
dreds of dollars for modlclno and with
doctors without receiving any perma
nent benefit. Ho says, "Ono night
whllo feeling exceptionally bad I was
about to throw down tho evening pa
ger, whon I saw an Item In tho paper
regarding the merits of Kodol Dyspep
sia Cure. I concluded to try It and
while I had no faith in it I felt bettor
after thesecond doso. After using
two bottles I am stronger and bottor
than I havo been In years, and I rec
omraond Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my
frlonds and acquaintances suffering
from stomach trouble." Sold by all
It may Ik) as you say, that you are
as good as anybody elfco, but If tills
Is so, don't you think that "any
body else" ought to bo ashamed of
Fatal kidney and bladder troubles
can always bo prevented by tho use
of Foloy'a Kidney Curo. Bonnor &
ing on a guar
antee of a larger
a n y newspaper
published In the
Press. room, cash records, mailing
lists and circulation records open
to Inspection at any time. . . .
Special to the Ardmoreite.
Wynnewood, I. T.. Jan. J!). The
Republicans of Wynnewood are under
organization, with Dr. K. A. Norvoll
as president. J. F. Perry as first vice
president and I'ossenger as socodn
vice president. N. II. Norman secreta
ry. C. A. Cox treasurer and I. A. Oulll
hur Inner guard. At tholr last meet
ing they Indorsed P. U Sopor for na
tional committeeman and C. G. Kcan
as member of tho Territorial commit
tee. It Us reported that the club :n
composed of 135 mombers.
The Democracy of Wynnewood will
be organized at an early date, and In
all likelihood elections will hereafter
bo conducted nlong party lines.
Sidney Suggs has many friends here
who want to boo him on tho national
We also watch and wnlt for state
hood. Among the hundreds of things
wo need is a coal oil Inspector. Tho
crude, explosive, dangerous oils are
(lumped on this people at 25 cents
per gallon and they havo to nso It
or nothing. Thero havo been a half
dozen lamp explosions at this placo
within a month. Tho lights nro little
above an old fashioned candle.
A neglected ccugh or cold may lead
to serious bronchial or lung troubles.
Don't tako chancca when Foloy's Hon
ey and Tar affords perfect security
from serious effects of a cold. Bonner
Tusy, I. T., Jan. 18. This place
will bo in telephonic communrcntlon
with tho outsldo world In about three
weeks1, the lino now being uudor con
struction. Mrs. J. D. Myers, who hnB been
qulto sick, is reported better.
H. H. Tussy lias boon vory low with
pneumonia, but Is now reported bet
ter. S. R. Threkald ami son, Anderson,
were hero today from Wynnewood.
Dr. Hall has returned from a busi
ness triii to Duncan.
A. R. Canman, Chicago, writes Mar
i 1003: "Having boon troubled with
lumbago at different times and tried
ono physician after anothor; then dif
ferent ointments and liniments, gave
it up altogether. So I tried onco
more, and got a bottlo ot Ballard's
Snow Liniment, which gavo mo almost
Instant relief. I can dieorfully rec
ommend it, nnd will add my nnmo to
your list of former sufforors." 25c,
50c and $1. Sold by W. B. Frame
Eastman. I. T., Jan. 19. Tho
weather still continuos dry.
Fanners are beginning to plow
f-omo but the grcund Is very dry.
Mrs. Bell, of Marlotta, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Mains.
W. H. Bass, who has been ill somo
time, Is. out again.
Prof. Strickland, ot Abner, brought
his singing class here Sunday and
Joined tho Cherokee class In a big
Dr. Harrison reports considerable
sickness In this community, mostly
lagrlppo and bad colds.
A Vest Pocket Doctor.
Never In tho way, no troublo to car
ry, easy to tako, pleasant and novor
failing In results nro DoWltt's Little
Karly Risers. A vial of thoso little
pills iu tho vost pockot is a certain
guaranteo against headache, bilious
ness, torpid liver and all of tho Ills
resulting from constipation. They
tonic nnd strengthen tho liver. Sold
by all dealers,
Homer, I. T., Jan. 18. R. Ross
wan at Ardmore Friday.
Ono of Mr. Reld'a dilldrcn Is re
ported very low with pneumonia.
Dr. H. W. A 1 purs made a business
trip to Ardmore Friday.
J. ,F. Roborts was at Davis Friday
J. T. Pickens was in Ardmoro last
Kd. Hewitt, our gin man, has bought
T D. Strong's lntorost In tho Homer
gin nnd will movo tho machinery to
Monk, leaving Homer without a gin
In Bed Four Weeks With La Grippe
Wo havo received tho following let
tor from Mr. Roy Kemp of Angola,
Ind. "I was In bod four weeks with
la grippe and triod many rcmcdlos nnd
spent conaldorablo for treatment with
physicians, but I received no relief
until I trlod Foley's Honey and Tar.
Two small bottles of this modlclno
cured mo and now I uso It exclusively
In my family." Tako no substitutes
Bonner & Bonner.
A. M. Rico has bought tho horse
shoeing and carriage ropalrlng shop
of W. H. Baldwin on Broadway.
AI Rico has boon the active malin
ger ot this businoss for the past two
years and Is now Increasing his fa
cilities nnd Is propared to furnish a
hlghor class ot work than ovor. Bal
dwin's old stand. Old customors al
ways welcome and now ones solicited
The Fatted Calf 13 KILLED
And the Pork and Fat Fowls are Ready for the Oven,
As merits are the lenders in sumptuous dinner?-, so our mnri.o re
the central mart for meats. Our specialties are;
Tender Roasts, Juicy Steaks,
Fat Veal, Fat Baking: Hens and
clll Fowls and Meats for Holidays.
CYRUS PYEATT, Manager.
The Building Demand
Never ceases to tall for first-class
labor and material, ns better and
more costly houses are beinc built
To meet this we employ only first
uhss workmen iu our factory and use
the best of material. Anything that
enters into the outside or inside of
any kind of n building unu be quickly
nnd promptly supplied by
Ardmore Sash and Door Factory
ARDMORE, I. T.
Pneumonia follow La Qrlppo
but navar follow tha uaa of
Itetopi tha Conch nd heali tha langi.
Prevent Pneumonia and Comamptlon.
U. 0. Taokkb, at 151 Ottood St., Chteifo,
tIUii "Mj wit had la grlpps and HUlt htr
with a Trr bad eouth on har lann whlafc
VoLii'a HoifiT axd Tia auiad compUUl."
If you intend to burn coal provide
your home or olllco with a Wilson hot
blast coal stove. Sold only by Noblo
Malron Kidneys end Dloddor night
Tho Wilson hot blast coal stovo,
no other qulto so cood. For salo
only by Noblo Bros. 27
stapBlhocouithnnd Heals lunnr
In tho Unitod Stntos Court In tho In
dian Territory, Southern District.
City National Bank of Ardmore,
plaintiff, vs. SIg Simon & Co., defend
ants. No. 5,735.
Tho defendants, SIg Simon & Co.,
nro warned to appear In this court la
thirty days and answor tho complaint
of tho plaintiff, City National Bank ot
Ardmoro, Indian Territory.
Witness, Hon. Hosea Townsond.
Judge, this 0th day of December, 1903,
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
H. C. Potterf, attornoy.
K. A. Walker appointed attornoy fr
First published Dec. 23, 1903.
More Buck's stoves ana rang03 arc
sold in tho Unitod Staled than any,
other ono make. That is a pretty
good pvldenco that they aro better
stoves. Buy tharn from Noblo Broi.
You st more ror your money in
heating and cook stoves at Sprogina'
than any other placa. Ho sella the
Leader and tho Oarland. Can you
think ot better stoveaT