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The Daily Ardmoreite. [volume] (Ardmore, Okla.) 1893-current, June 10, 1904, Image 3

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About 1500 ynrJs more of tho?e elegant
2500 Yards of
Red Letter Days
Batistes and Organdies
Torchon Laces
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The same kiud which weut so fast Moudny,
Thesdoy aud Wednesday, beautiful desius for
dresses, wrappers and kiinonas, worth tegular
lu, 20 aud 25c, we cleaned up the entire lot of
about 30 thousand yards for the Burtou-Peel
ttores they ko agam Ihursday,
Friday aud Saturday
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F AT THE BIG BURTON-PEEL STORE
Our Special for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday lias proven
one of the most pronounced successes of the season Each day
a crowded house and busy sales-people attested the popularity of
this sale Upon every hand we have heard nothing but expres
sions of satisfaction and praise of the values offered Especially
has this been so in regard to those Beautiful Batistes and Organ
dies which we have been selling- at l:t their value tSo many have
complained that the 3 Day Sales were too short and in order to
give the out of town trade a chance to secure some of these extra
ordinary values wc have decided to
1 to 3 Inches wide- nice assortment of pat
terns those who boiiRht them in former eulea
can attest their value, worth anywhere G to 7
cents a yard and are sold thnt way in Ardiuore
Wo bought an immouse quantity aud they so
again, as much as you like, at
per yatd
.2c
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Continue the Sale on Batiste and Organdie for Another Three Days Embracing
d& Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 9th, 1 0th and th
We consider this one of the best items ever placed before our trade and they are in reality being sold for Almost Half the Actual Factory Cost but we
consider nothing too good for our customers and when we pick up bargains like these We Pass Them on to the Customer instead of pocketing the profit
like some houses and try to get trade by windy advertising and "make believe" reductions. We will also place on sale during these three days the nrct-
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Valencine Laces, Insertions
It is a well known fnct in Ardmore aud vi
cinity that the Burton IVel Laces are superior
to my shown in the city for the price aud that
you can always find what you wnut here at the
price you waut to pay. For 3 days we are go
inn to' put fain pi ices ou these which will cau-e
you to bur, whether you need them or not.
All 2k' Valenciue L tee and lusertiou will
co for IJ das i C
12 yds - 1 UL
All 3 cent Valencine Laces and Insertions
will go iu this tale 20C
All .'H cent Valeuciue Lace and Insertion
will go iu this sale 1(r
12 yds OuL
All 4c ValnLciue Lce Insertion and
Beading will lr
,tn nr : thw 12 vards .. 0 ul
tiest line of Valencine and Torchon Laces ever shown in any house
and at prices never before thought of by any house in the two
Territories. u Read about them, Study about them, Come and get
Them. k This sale will last 3 days only, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday. We will again sell during these three days.
100 yd. Spools Sewing Silk, limit 1 spools to customer,
2 spools for
5c!
Valencine Lace, Insertion
And beading, here is the prettiest aud
du i , .i Licet that it has ever been
o pleasure to show an appreciative public
aud but for the fact that we believe our sales
are appreciated we would not put them upon
n sale counter at tin so prices. This beiug
the season for pretty Organdies, we arc sure
these will be doubly appreciated.
OuiucVulencine Lace9, Insertions 1 r
and Beading all go 12 jds 4 DC
All 7c Valencine Lrices, Insertion
:60c
ajiij.i.;wif.iimiiF.!;;.ii,juj'i.:i.M.iJ'M:iLi
One Price.
ARDMORE, I. T.
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Spot Cash, ,
and Beading go this li dajs 12yds.
All S and s Laces. Beading anil Insertions
go iu this 3 ditys sale, Thursday Pri- mp
day and Saturday 12 yds 1 0C
Our 10c Laces, Beading aud In e.tious
nil go dining ftv '
this sale 12 yds VUC
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A KIND ACT.
Chapter of United States Court In
Indian Terrtlory.
Last winter A. K. Thomaton from
the Western pint or the Jlstrlct. wns
trlod nnil convicted at Okmulgee for
an assault with intent to Kill. It seem
oJ that he nml another claimed the
game tract of land. Hotii were deter
minod. and both carried their win
cheaters about their lleldB for ubo In
(?mori:eiicles. They llnally came to
gether and both began shooting about
the snmo time. T.iomason was unhurt
but his opponent received u wound
in tho leg and had Thompson nrresi
od. There was a trial In the IJ. S.
court.
As soon as tho jury found Thoma
son guilty, ho asked Judge- Haymond
for a little private talk with him.
was granted, and wlt.i tears In hit
oyos Thomasou explained that ho va
about to have a babe at his homo, nn
although found guilty, and must g
nt once to jail, he askod to go to -
wife and return for sorvlco In tho
Federal jail as soon as his baby ar
rived. His request appealed to tho Judge,
and ho was granted 30 days visit at
homo bofcre sorvlng his time, on con
dition ho give a bond for his return.
This ho said he could easily obtain,
and said ho would go now to Jail for
n dap or two until his friends return
ed with the bond. The bond came In
a day cr two, and Thomasou was told
to go to his wife.
Thcro hm-peaed to be a case ol
small po.x in the jail at tho tlmo. anJ
Thonmson became Infoctod with the
dlsotiso before going home, but did
not know It.
His babe wus born and In a few
days father, mcther, babe and family
wore down with tao smnll-pox. in Jt'
days ho wrote the Judge ills situa
tion, and In reply was told to never
mind his bond but to stay wlt'.i his
family and como to court when al!
had recovered. This ho promised to
do. Abcut corn planting time Thoma
con. his word as good as his bond,
came to the Judge and, with tears In
his frank- face, told tho Judge of tiio
death of his baby from tho horrid
disease and offered to go to Jail an
pay the penalty for Ills violation of
tho law. The Judge told him to go
and plant his crop, look after his faro
lly. and I will trust you to crme back
and surrender when you have made
provision for yoilr wife and little
ones.
Thumaion went homo, put bU crop
In the ground, and again lepnricd h
tlie Judge as ready to serve his time
The Judge looked aim In the eye?
nnd said. "Thomasou. you must be
a good man or you would never hnve
I'eturned and requested mo to send
you to jail. You nave suffered enough
gc home to your good wife, and piom
Uo me never ngaln to violate tl.
laws of the United Stnteg.-
Thomason reached out his hand.
The Judge clasped It. No word wa3
spoken. Uut the judge knew w.iat
his man mount.
It was humane Judgment, oven 11
the law bdoks give no precedent, and
Its Influence lor good will be broader
than a sentence In the federal Jail.
Papillpa Mglit.
la w yt'Wf.
JAS. M. ADDLE,
Attorney-at-Law.
Office second stairway west of First
National Hank.
Acute Rheumatism.
Deep tearing or wrenching pains,
occasioned by getting wdt through;
worse when nt rost, or on first mov
ing tho limbs and in cold or damp
weather, is curod quickly by Ilallard s
Snow liniment. Oscar Oleson, Gib
son City, III., writes Feb. 10. 1002: "A
year ago I was troubled wlt'a a pain
In my back It soon got so bad I
could not b"nd over. One bottlo of
Ilallards Snow liniment cured me."
2oc, Ciic, $1. Sold by W. L. Frame.
GEO. I. JORDAN,
Attorney at Law and Land Agent.
WYNNEWOOD. I. T.
Special attention to Commercial and
Land Litigation.
BINGHAM 4. APPLE,
Attorneys at Law.
Land ofllce practice a specialty
Some tlmo with Dawes commission
Tishomingo, I. T.
W. M. ANDERSON,
Veterinary Surgeon.
(T. L. Smith's Stablo.)
Offlc phono 120. Hesldence 203
SUMMER TIME IS COMING
UUN1IS1S
A. B. Adams, u. Hellln,
a as. i). i) s.
ADAMS & HEFLIN,
Dentists.
'-uj rrni
Tho latest improvement in Porce
lain Crown and Urldge Work
Teeth Extracted Absolutely without
Pain by a new nnd up to dale meth
od. Everything wo do Is gur.ntnteod
Oince No. 117 E. Main over Han
dol's store.
Ardmore, I. T.
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PHYSICIANS.
DR. HUMPHREY.
Specialist
Kjo, Car, Nose and Throat.
QlaBes accurately ntttd. Omce
over Hotchklss' Jewell? atoro.
fjdmort, I. T.
Office
X Writer In the Ladles Field hintp
vigorously that she U not a believer In
"respect due to aire." "Whv resticet
should Ik considered the sole prei-ogn-tive
of age Is n tiling 1 hnve never be n
able to understand. When people have
displayed consistent foolishness or va
cuity throughout their youth nnd middle
age why Hhould a younger nnd perhaps
wiser generation he extiee e to oak
up tb them witli reverence blmply be
cuuso seventy years have pass-cd over
their iiends? Kespect. surely, should
be a question of character and not of
nge."
.VnMntlllU'C''.
"Which of these books or periodica-)
would you recommend?" asked the wo
man, with n pleasant smile.
"Well, hidy." nnsweied the boy who
wns-nttendlng to the depot 'news Ktnnd,
"It depends. If you Want genuine first
class Information I'd sell you dls copy
of de .Spot-tin' News) biit'If'you J I A
Wants soinethln' to t'row nt'de Pull
man porter I'd recommend dls subitnii'
tlal bound book by Herbert Spencer."
Washington Star.
L. O. SUTHERLAND,
Physician and 8urgeon.
-Upstairs In Postofflce Block
Ardmore, Ind. Ter.
DR. ROBERT H. HENRY.
Physician and Surgeon.
Specialty Eye, Ear, Nos and Throat
Office vith Di. Von KoIIor over
I Bonner & Bonner's Drug Storo.
j DR. J. W. SMITH,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office in Gorman Bulldlnn
tJDIce 'phone C 3 rings.
Iloeldence 'phone M.
Office hours 10 to 12 a m t ui
m
Special attention given to ltt..c
of Women and Children.
DR. W. 8. BECHTOL,
Dentist
All work guaranteed. Charges rea
sonable. Offlco over Hamilton's Shoo Store
Phone 2C.
Ardmore, Terr
WHITE ,1 MYALL,
Architects and Superintendents.
Olllce In Nbl- Building
"Imort. ind Ter
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YOU WILL WANT A NEW BATH ROOM SUIT
Pnoumonta follow La (arlppo
but novsr follow th f
Km Honey
and Tar
The rain Is literfrln? wlt'i t.-:
making of new basoball records.
Atlantic. Make- It seven.
W. M. OH ANOELLOH
PtiyslclaE aud turyeon
We mko itieiei of women nd nblldret
nl sonerKl opert re aarverr .dhpuiiV
neiMenee. O .(reel nortb?.t, itooui rt -norta
of Tblrd KTonne- "uuuu nn
Ofllce with Ardmor Druj Ca
Dfflc phone at, rMfcnc hon in
Wdiir.t Htriir
iu. Ftiao
Ki Pbn,
HAROV t MrNKKH
HUVSICISt. I.Nl fJHOBoNf
p.m. pile, l'ton. in. oiflmoT.r VilXl,
irnetlor. corner llMn au CSJo'i,ii
It stops tho Conch and hsali U luj
PrtvanU Posamooli ind Coniamptl.
Ma. a. Taoiu, ( in 0itoo4 it., ctlit,
rUii "Mr wlS s.ad I. ,rlpp. ,nd 11 lUl kw
vtU Tin kt4 (ooch oo bar latfo wkiak
loLwi's Mara imm Ti ord uaUul.a
For low raic io the Won I s Fai
ui tho Texas a.,d anil Pa-.fli ra.Kva
ask any llrl e aerit or rti't.- f:
I urner. general .ai-"iiter a uni Oai
ax. Texas
Port Artlnir haJ bettor l.i ;i .
. nrler plreor.i. a- shy r.-a n
'. m to tat.
Subscribe tor the Aruuiureite
THREE POINTS OF
EXCELLENCE
Oalve.t.m In the th fi.uuV hVJI ' llb 5hi .? Antonio and
- Chair Cam and Coaeneii: " lar an Mexico City
Tho Short Lino r?Alt9D
Kansas city and Oklahoma and
P. 8.- Tho line to Oklauomu City Will he opened early In Fehruary.
"Katy" Dining Stations ,Ie.lV0' jrate m pho.
u unsurpanedlnqaallty.terTlce
Thert are other liolnta-othir train With "vin miin. . ...
Kuty" to the World's Fair. St. Louis.
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The ttr1 Ardmoreite
For All the News
All ihe Time.
And .!.. n . fl.nptr now tint, iv.r b fo.e Our stock is full nnd
u ,!!!': -'V." ,,h ""t"11 ,1Je 'luy fcuutu,!, j0lls tf"" not Guaran
tied and heur the manufacturer's name aud are sold to the eu-totuer
ou a stt let Guarantee by wuier
STEVENS, KENNERLY & SPRAGiNS GO I
It costs you ntthliiK to have us fiRure our ob. V

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