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Ardmore, Wedneday, Nov. 23, 19W.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
In recognition of the fact that our Creator has been unusually Kind to us, we wish to show our appreciation for
His bountiful blessings, and in appreciation of our trade, which stands unsurpassed in the Indian Territory, we
will ThanKsgiving Day, November 24, CLOSE OUR DOORS FROM 11 a., m to 2 p. m. in order that our sales
people may enjoy a good ThanKsgiving dinner. While the good wife is busily preparing the many good things
she may doubtless forget her linens Therefore we have a few gentle reminders for you, lest you forget.
0(5 inch unbleached Linen, IZLn iiu-li bloaclu-d Linon, QQp
Oik- value at avOL $1. alue for O7L
0(5 inch bleached Damask, lr iml' ljlci,c'll(,(1 l'inL'" C f fjft
Hoc value for 6dL $1.2.. value lor p 1 .UU
70 inch b'eached Damask. -i r 1- inch bleached Linen Q rn
10c value for, i DC SI. 7.") value for 1 uU
72 inch bleached Linen, C(n 72 inch bleached Linen, r? 4 r
O.'ic value OUC $2.00 value for J 1 v
72 inch bleached Linen, r 72 inch bleached Linen, qj j r
7.-.c value, for .. 0 0C $2.r.O value ... $LLo
Enjoy a good ThanKsgiving Dinner
on pretty white Linens
IMs Linen N'apltius. pp 22 22 linen Napkins, rxr
7.")c value for Dot 2 ."in alue for pZ.ZD
21- 21 linen Napkins. Q(r -2 linen Napkins pa
$1.00 value for O C 00 values for 4.i)U
22- 22 linen Napkins, q 4 jr 22-22 linen Napkin. q rrx
$l.f)0 value for h 1 L U SH.fiO values for pO UU
22-22 linen NapKins. Q rn 22 22 linen Napkins r
$1.7r. value for $ 1 0U 1.00 values ror. tjM.DU
22-22 linen Napkins, qj nr Also reat bargains in the rn
$2.2.") value for 3Z.UU beautiful designs, l.f.O to p0.uU
Enjoy a good ThanKsgiving dinner
on pretty white Linens
l THE ECONOMICAL STORE SATASFACTORY TORE
Cornish, I. T., Nov. 21. Weather
is as flnu as coultl be wished for and
cotton will soon be out. The farmers
ill have pleasant looks on tlioir fa
J. H. Cunningham or Waurttta is
over attending business durins the
absence of his clerk, M-. Means, who
is in St. Llouis at tbo lair.
Among the visitors to the ta'.r irom
this place nro Mrs. Nai.nlo Dulanoy.
Mrs. Stella Wadklns, Claudo WIIUo.
son and Clarcr.co Morgan.
Miss Mattio Ewing u Imo Urovu
13 here in the Interest or the scnoo..
Dt. Sioulherland hns located with
1 ho Commercial hotel has changed
l.tnds again. John Dulurcy U now In
Albert Mooro has accepted r. posi
tion with W. I j Cornish in nl? store
Clay Taylor went to tiugcou on bus
iness this week.
Jasper Moore, who has been sick,
is somewhat improved.
Uncle Sam Roberts Is on the sick
Johnlo Hainan!, who has boon con
fined to his bed Tor tbo past 11) days,
I3 ablo to bo up again,
Mothers Praise It.
Mothers everywhere praise One Min
ute Cough Cure for the suffering it
lias relieved and tho lives of their
little ones It has saved. A certain
euro for coughs, croup and whooping
cough. A. L. Spaffonl, postmaster of
Chester, Mich., says: "Our little girl
was unconscious from strangulation
during n sudden nud terrible attack
of croup. Unr Mlnuto Cough fluro
quickly relieved and cured her I I
cannot praise it too highly." One ...In
uto Cough Curo relieves coughs, makos
breathing easy, cuts out phlegm,
draws out intlamatlon and removes
every cause of a cough and strain on
the lungs. Sold by all druggists.
The Dest Health Culture.
No poor man can afford to bother
with any of the experimental health
fads. He Is too busy mut.lng a liv
ing for himself and family,
and when lie is nllllcted with a bad
cough or cold, or tlcvolwi.-. eatar'-1' us
tho direct result of a cold, ho simply
tnkes a few doses or Dr. Boscheo's
German Sirup. And U something
moro serious say consumption, pros
trates him or any member or his fam
ily, German Syrup can again be relied
on to effect a cure. Trial bottle 25e.
Big bottle "Sc. At all druggists.
FROM SOUTH AFRICA.
A now theory that Is proving suc
cessful in the cure of Coughs, Lung
and Bronchial nffectlnns is offered In
Bees' Laxative Honey nnd Tar. This
remedy cuts the mucous, heals the
membranous lining of tho throat,
lungs nnd bronchial tubes; wards oft
Pneumonia and strengthens tho sys
tem generally. Croup and Whooping
Cough disappear before Its uso as
snow before tho sunshines of spring.
It's pleasant. Sold by City Drug
New Way of Using Chamberlain's
Mr. Arthur Chapman, writing rrom
Durban, Natal, South Africa, says:
"As a proof that Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy Is a curo suitable for old
and young, I pen you tho following:
A neighbor of mine had a child just
over two month's old. It had a very
bnd cough and tho parents did not
know what to give it. I suggested that
if they would get a bottlo of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy and put somo on
the dummy teat tho baby was suck
ing It would no doubt cure tho child.
This they did and brought nlwut n
quick roller and cured tbo baby ''
This remedy is Tor salo by F. J. Ram
sey, Ardmoro Drug Co., V. I). Prainc.
Bonner & Bonner.
Tho average man exerts hlmsclt
more in trying to borrow a dollar
than la trying to earn one.
A man Is no sooner elected to ot
ilce than he begins to look tor an as
;tant to do tho work.
Health is absolutely Impossible, ir
constipation bo present. Many serious
cases of liver anil kidney complaint
havo sprung from neglected consti
pation. Such a deplorable condition
is unnecessary. There Is a curo for It
Herblno will speedily remedy mat
ters. C. A. Undsay. P. M., Bronson.
iPla., writes Kobruary 12, 1902: "Hav
ing used Herblne I And It a lino medl
clno for constipation." 50 cents a bot
tlo. Sold by W. B. Frame.
Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse.
Perhaps you have never thought
of It but the fact must bo apparent
to everyone that constlpntlon Is caus
ed by a lack of water In tho system,
nnd tho use of drastic cathartics like
the old fashioned pills only mnku a
nd matter worse. Chamberlain's Stom
acli and Liver Tablets nro much moro
mild and gentle In their effect, and
hi n the proper dose Is taken their
nclinn Is so natural that ono can hard
1 realize that It is tho effect of n
mtdlclne. Try a 23c bottlo of them.
Por sale by P. J. Ramsey. Ardmoro
Drug Co., W. B. Prame, Bonner &
Uvery time a man gets a cnanco no
l tells of some ono who hasn't treated
It 'in right.
Clip the best things nut of the pa
pers as you read them, and save them
foi ruturc reference.
Mrs. B. W. Kvnns, Clearwater, Kanx.,
writes: "My husband lny sick for threo
1 months. The doctors said that he had
, quick consumption
I "Wo procured a bottlo of Ballard's
lloreliound Syrup and It cured him.
'VThat was six years ago. Slnco then
wo have always kept a bottlo in the
house. Wo ennnot do without It. For
coughs nnd colds it has no equal." 25c.
50c and $1.00. Sold by W. B. Framo.
II you need spectacles every day
that you neglect getting your oyes
fitted tho trouble gets worse. We
guarantee a perfect fit every tlmo.
P. J. RAM SKY, Druggist.
A foolish man Is one who thinks ho
W. A. Horren of Finch. Ant., writes:
"J wish to report that Foloy's Kldnoy
uro has cured a terrible case of kidney
nnd bladder troublos that two doc
tors had given up." Bonnor & Bonner.
Do Not Read Thl.
Are you your sister bro. nor rath
er or mother In ill health. Wine of
Life will strengthen and rebuild, the
blood, stomnch and nerves. It contains
Cod Liver Oil. Wlno of Life unliko a
mcdlclno Is very pleasant and will
make flesh and strengthen.
Every man that appreciates a gtwd
p'pc should see our assortment. It
1 tho finest line of pipes evor seen
RAMSEY'S DRUG STORE.
Sometimes a woman is known by
the hired girls sho don't keep.
Freddy's Is tho only placo to buy
hand-made saddles and harness.
Pltytlctanc PreccriOe It.
f.inny broad minded pvyslcians pres
cribe Foley's Honey and Tar, n thoy
hnvo riover found so safo and 'rollablo
a remedy Tor throat and lung trouBles
ns HiIb groat medicine. Bonucr & Bonner.
The Eest Llnlm'nt.
'Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is con
sidered tho best liniment on tho mark
et," writes Post & Bliss ot Ccorgla.
Vt. No other liniment will heal a cut
I or bruiso so promptly. No oll-.or af-
inrus Hucn quia; rcuci irom r. clima
tic pains. No other Is so vamntlo for
(leap seated pains llko tamo back and
pains In tho chest. Olve this liniment
a trial and you will never wish to bo
without It. Sold by P. J. Ramsey, Ard
more Drug Co.. W B. Frame. Bon
ner & Bonnor.
OeWitFs JKV Salvo
For PHos, Burns 6oros
If you travel nt nil Jim rnnnot nlTnrd to
mlnsOlil MhxIco. You could not Kulcct n
licttcr tlmn than now. Ah a ulnttr rexort.
Old Mm I co In almut as nearly perfect u
rllnmte and environment ran irnko It Tho
iiualnt cMixtomn anil clinrnulerlrtlcn oC I he
litfonle, the blxtorlc ItitereHtn asnoelateil
with every placo you vlalt, all combine to
make each minute of rour trip an enjoyable
one. The rate aro reanonalile nnd many
privilege In tho way of ntop-overa and able
trip are pormlnHahle.
I riavo nme very attractive literature
aliout 'Hlk-liUnnil ttconot In Old Mer cu"
that I woulil llko to Mend you. May I?
I would llko to talk to you ami tell you
moro about Old Mexico, hut If that la Im
I'CM.ill, , drop me n line, and I'll tie pleased
to k'lvn you tho dealred information.
There are other Inducement too. In tho
way of through K'nty Hleeporn from Ht.Loula
lo Mexico Cltv that I would llkw you to
know about Wrllome today.
ST. LOUIS, AlO.
MEN AND WOMEN.
(' HlK M for unnatural
Oatrtotrrj W lrriUtiom or ulceration
Mt t trUtOff. tit mnr.ini t.itmhran..
IthUvIHSChEMICAICO. ul or olwnom.
Hold bj UraKBltla,
or lent In pUIa wriprr
by iprrm, prepaid, for
ll.oo, orStMittlff ti.li.
Circular tut ou rogueat.
In tho United States Court In the
ndian Territory, Southern district.
Mollie Maines. plaintiff, vs. J. J.
Mnlncs, defendant. No. 12.
Tho dofnndant, J. J. Maines, Is
warned to appear in this court In thir
ty days and answer the complaiut of
the plaintiff. Mollle Maines.
Witness, Hon. IhMoa Townscnd,
judge of said court and seal thereof
this 22d day of October. 1904.
(Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
By II. fl. HOUSE, Deputy.
Potter, Bowman & Potter, attorneys,
J. C. Thompson, attorney for non
resident. First published October 2G, 1001.
Charter Oak Stoves
Majestic Steel Ranges
John Deere, Columbus
and Vellie Buggies.
John Deere Plows
and a full line ol Shelf and
Heavy Hardware, Tinware.
In the United States court In the In
dian Territory, Sonlhorn district. 1
.lohnule Bohannnn, Plaintiff, vs. W.
(' Bohunnon, defendant. No. 0010. I
Tho defendant, W. C. Bohat'ion, is
warned to appear In this cour' In thlr-'l
.y tiays ami answr tne i-i.iiipiatni ot
the plaintiff, Johnnie Bohannon.
Witness, tho Hono'-i im Hoa Twtn
urnd, Judge of said .'on', ami ino teal
tai'-eof, tlifs 12th lw of November,
(Seal) C. M. CAM PBELU Clerk.
By W. S. CUOCICETT. Deputy.
Brown & Marsh, attorneys.
W. D. Pottor, attorney for non-resident.
First publlshod Nov. II, 1001.
THREE POINTS OF
The Katv Fiver" f"i'm!"Iy,'nv',s"Mr'iln,BrToe "
r, . . . .Ir ".r V t Ht' L"ul,, Q ,oe north. 9n Antonio and
-ChlVcr?D Sleepinc Csra-eren a. far a. Mexico OUT
The Short Lino Teia?"n Kal"" Clty aDi1 okiaoom od
P. 8,Tho line to Oklahoma City Wlll'be opered early In February.
KotVT' Dininn Stations Me1"i'0- Moderate In prle.
" Miiiiiiy ws.u uuua unaurnaaaedlnnuallty.ierTlce
Tner. are other polnt-oth9r trains. With '.'.OO mile, of road erld-lrooliur
M K Mlaaourl. Kanaaa, Indian Territory. Oklahoma and Texaa.the
,vi' ,f Hty "oner XOeptlonal advantaifea to travoierand shipper
&L T alike, l-older;. mat... Illuatrated booka and Information will
00 cheerfully be furnished by any ' Katy" au'eut.
'Kiit.v" to the World'a Fair. St. Louis,
Foloy's Honoy nnd Tar for coughs
and colds; rollablo, tried nnd
safe nnd sure. Bonner & Bonnor,
FiThe D$Xa Ardmoreite
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