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ARDMORE, SUNDAY, FEB. 19.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Tomorrow Morning We Place on Sale
a RemarRable Purchase of SilRs
WHILE the Rood old ilajr of our Nation waves over the land of the free it al.so waves over the greatest manufaeturers of Silks in the
world. More Silks are today woven in America than in any other nation. America consumes more Silk than any other country.
Burton-Peel sell more Silks than all the stores in Ardmore. and why? Simply because we can sell them for less money. Our combination
of seven stores enables us to enter the market and demand jobbers' prices. We are able to go to the makers and figure on price because
quantity is no object. We are sought by the manufacturers as an outlet for their over-production. Hence it is we arc constantly giving
our patrons such unprecedented values. Tomorrow we show a single shipment of
$4,000 worth of Spring Silks bought from 25 to 35 per cent under Regular Real Worth
We will tomorrow sell silks at -lilc that cost wholesale oO to (J5c and retail at
75c. We will sell silks at 5Uc that cost wholesale 7fe and retail at $1.00.
The same saving applies to the H'.le, iS9c, and $1 If) and other special lots
CA MPLES will -.oat to any ail
dross by return mail. However
we suggest that you be prompt and
make first, second and third choice,
as the prices quoted will close out the
. ? 11 11K A - 1 . . . . ..
mcnuoncu uejow. uc cxienn 10 evory woman in Animore and invitation
to come to this sale tomorrow and take advantage of the good fortunes that
came 10 us m me purcnase oi tnis vast amount ot up-to-date and leading
silk tor spring and summer wear ol ISJUd. t his is by far the greatest quanti
ty and most senaational silk sale every put on in the Indian Territory.
Kead below news of the most wonderful prices and offerings without paralel
T)0 NOT hesitate to coin... Tim
there will be crowds, but we
.shall have extra salespeople and con
tributu all our spare help to the Silk
department. You shall bo waited
upon promptly and pleasingly too
Plain, solid colored, all-silk Taffetas
in the leading shades; will wear satisfac
toaily; price for this sale per i r
yard is only 4vL
Black guaranteod-towear Taffetas, 3G
in. wide, tested grade, well worth $1.25.
Only 5 pes. to sell; first come first OA-,
ser veil ; per y a rd O L
17 inch China and Wash Silks i )
A beautiful lot fancy 120 inch Suiting
Taffetas, spick, spun new patterns and col
orings; regular 7fe grade; yon may
buy here yard
Just 40 pieces now changeable Tiille
tus, soft and rustle finish, most exquisite
color blending, 27 in. wide. Price on
for this sale is O VC
:)G-inch black Taffeta, Si.jVO
grade, in this sale
oil-inch black Taffeta Silk; you have
never bought, this grade under "fie: chiffon
finish, brilliant black, for the great ia
sale per yard 4C
- pieces 27-inch, all colors, reg. 7fie
grade of Reliance Silk: in this -j t
ale er .yd 6C
A big lot of choice now spring Silks,
full '27 in. wide, fancy Hecks, dots, and in
terwoven colorings, other stores gn
ask $1.25; our price (SVC
27-in. black Poisde Soiein
IM-inch Black Satin, the $1.00
27 inch Taffetas in all colors,
$1.00 grade only
In presenting this grand line of Silks at such low prices we do so with the desire to make friends for out
Silk department for future business. Hence we have disregarded profits on the transaction and offer them at
prices we paid plus the actual expense we were subject to. We trust that every woman in Ardmore and vicinity
will share in the great Silk fas of bargains. Sle starts tomorrow morning and continues the entire week.
R. A. JONES
WONDERS DEVELOPED DY WAt.
TEXAS COMMON POINTS TO
On Sale March 1st to May 15th, inclusive
ASK THE SANTA FE AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. OR ADDRESS
W. S, KEEN AN, G. P. A,. GALVESTON, TEXAS
THREE POINTS OF
T"Ia Vntu CluanV faL modern, dally train errlOB between
I UtJ Wmy riyol et. Lonla In tho north, San Antonio anu
Galveston In the auuth, "fLrouch Sleeping Car eren a far aa Mexico City
Chair Car and Ooaobea.
The Short Line ?SK;?n K"'" cl,T "d k,,bom "d
P. 8. The line to Oklahoma City Will be ope red early In February.
KotfW nSninn fi-in-Mnno MealaBOo. Moderate In price.
mmmmj w &u onaurpaaaea in QQaiity.aerTloe
Tbert are other pnlnte othir train With 200 mile ot road trrld-lronlnn
1 Mlaaonrl. Kanaaa. Indian Territory. Oklahoma and Teza. the
IVI 1 l . "Katy" oilers exceptional adTantavea to traveler ami ahlpper
Of anae, homer, rauiw, Illustrated pookb ana inrormatton wim
ju cheerfully-1 ro'DlauAd ty any Katy" agent,
"Knty" to tho World's Fair, St. Louis.
Thu most wonderful pan of Japans
womlerful mllltarj- development 1b not
a story of battle won. It Is a flght on
disease mich as tho world hat) never
txiforo witnessed, and Major Iou1b W
Seaman, an expert, declares that an
example, has boen K-t that tho Unltwd
States -will do well to follow instead
of pursuing its present antiquated
Ixmg before tho opening of hostili
ties tho Japs wore ready. They had
discovered that In war disease, kills
flwi where ballets kill one, and they
were certain that tho proportion was
extravagant They established tho
most wonderful Ited Cross system in
tho world ami that body now has more
than 1,200,000 xuumbers. They had
trained nurses In hundreds, modern
supplies for use in tho care of the
slek an,l wounded in unlimited quan
titles Thoy studied Uio gorm theor' and
mado war on bacteria tho first of all,
ami they studied serums until her stu
dents expect to control dytentery, tv
phoid, erysipelas fiaA eventually tuber
culosis. They wiped out that dread
oriental disease, berl-berl, by scien
tific feeding of men. At tho same time
Jnpan discarded thu fuss and pomp
of war and brass buttons and gold lace
and other tomfoolery aro almost un
known. What does It all amount to? At the
reservo hospital nt Hiroshima up. to
Aiifiust 1 last. 0,ti3a wounde! had bee.i
received. And at that time but thirty
four had died. In seven trips mado by
the hospital ship Hokuai Maru 2.40U
wounded men wero transported and
not a case was lost in traustt. It is
asserted that In the first six months
of the war tho loss from preventable
disease had been reduced to a frac
tion of 1 per cent.
In our own SpanlKh war, in six
weeJis, bullets killed 2C8 and disease
3.SC2. In tho French campaign In
Madagascar, In 1894, of 15,000 men
sent to tho front, twenty-nino wero kill
ed In action and 7,000 from preventable
If war Is Inevitable, and a thing t.i
Ihj rveJconedwl th, it does sem thnt
men should be killed lcfiitimately, or.
the- field, flBhtlng for a cause, and not
destroyed by diseases that so often
And tholr birth In the negligence of
C. R. I & ?
International Bpwonh league con
vention, Denver, Co'.o., Juno 30 to
July 4. Rate $24.
Presidential Inauguration ceremon
ies, Washington, D. C, Pe.b. if, Marcn
I nnd 2. Unto $3C 11.
.Miirt.l (Jras, New (Jl'.'-ttnv, Kob.
2e, March 1. 2, 3, A. 5 and C Kate
St. L. & S. F. Ry.
Prusldentlal Inauguration tereinon
les, Washington. D. C, Kob. 28, Mnrca
1 and 2. Hate J3C.7C.
G., C. 4 S. F. Ry.
Mardi Oras, Ki Orleins, J.a., Feii
28, March 1, 2, 3, i, C and li. JUte
Residential Inauguration ceremon
ies, Washington, D. C, Feb. 28, March
1 and 2. Rate $30.75.
Annual mooting Sou l.ern Ilapt.t,..
convention, Kansas City, May to 12.
Washington's birthday celebration,
1-aredo and .Monterey, (jitf.o, Texan.
$10.65. Monterey, Mj-ro. $11 OiY
r-b. 20 nnd 21.
A Night Alarm.
The Sunshine of Spring.
Worso than the marm of lire at
night is tho brass) cough of croup
which sounds liko tho children's
death knell and it means death un
less Himwthlug is dono quickly. r
ley's Honey nnd Tat never tolls to
give rollef and quickly euros the
wort-t forms of croup. Mrs, V. h. Cor
dier of Mannlngton, Ky., writes
"My threo year old jjlrl had a severe
case of croup; the doctor paid she
could not llvo. I got n liottle ot Fo
ley's Honoy and Tor, the first doao
gave qulclc relief nnd saved her life."
Hefue Bubstltutos. City Drug Store
Call and hoo tlio now line of Howes
and Stetson Into stylo hats, jirst re
ceived at Trendwcll's. IV
itS PASSENGER SERVICE
4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4
The Ardmnrelte for nil the news
Kawwy's Cold and Crip Tablets are
purely vegetable. We lecommena
them fn- l.oth adult and child, sn.
19 P. J. HA.MSBV. Dniggim.
Foil Salf. Ono hundred and
ninotj' acres of land adjoining
j tho reservation at Sulphur
:8 Sidney Suggs.
Foloy's Honey and Tar cures tfcu
cough caused by attack of la grlppr
It heals tho lungs. City Drug Store.
You hens will lay If yt feed iheni
I.iteniatlonal Poultry rod. ur.d laying
hens are money-makers at this tlino
19 IIAMSKY B DKlTfi STOHK.
Can fit any slzo head with a late Mylc
The salvo that cures without a scar
j Is DoWitt's Witch Hascol Salve. Cuts,
j burns, bolls, brutses nnd piles dlsap
I poar before the ue .
i as snow before tho sunsalne of spring.
Miss If. M. MIddloton, Thebes, III.,
,: .j was sori0 , v nll'le'oii with
a sevoro soro that was very painful
DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cured
me In ( less than a week.". Oct the
! genuine. Sold by all druggists.
' Foley's Honey and Tar Is best for
' croup and whooping cough, contains
, no optatos and cures qulrkly. Careful
I mothers keop It in tho house. City
I Drug Store,
j Thcco million of your ho:si s can iic
.promptly it.ipvovJ by ghlug them In
Ilematloml Stock Food Vrw Is too
time to feed It.
19 KAMSKY'S DTtlT STOUB.
To Help Oil Land Leasee.
Muskogee, I. T., Feb. 18. Colonol .1.
II. Shonofelt, Indian agent, has reooin-
j mundeI to tho Interior department tint
I lesseo of Indian land bo not requlrwi
! to operato oil wells when tho prloo of
'oil Is 1j1ow CO cents a barrel. Ono ol
the requirements of Indian land k-ases
Ik that the pnwlm Ing wells must
kept In operation af all t Iru- or the
lease Is forefolted.
cM.eir to anawtn qumtions
Supfrb Pullman Vestibuled
Handsome Reclinmnci Ghair Gar?-
ON MIL THROUGH TRAINS.
:KI-V LINK WITH lain niMTiln. .....
vunlni; tro'i'- l-v r und tli
ONLY L'.NB Wl'rf PuUrr.pn Hleopprw
und lilgh djc.U hrarr tt sent (JoaeliuH
throu!i (without cbaiic! to New
Orleans, d-ilj .
ONLY LINE WITH baiidtoxnonewChnir
liir tliroutili without ennntrn) dally,
vu ll Louis. iL'ruf til i.nd Kl rase.
JNLY LtNB v:lUftaRv!u;of lahourw
JlstfX L!" loiu'.it S oorlntf
UArw. ,,ni-wc'-..j , hrouKli (without
'.Iinp to S.tr ranclHco tinu
(I CCA.1T DM ..A C'.f 3 TO T. LC'JiS
( Imperfect Dlgeitlon.
I Means nutrition and in conse
quent loss vitality When tho liver
fails to secrete bile, tne blood bec-t'.es
loaded with bilious properties, i.te
digestion becomes impaired and th1
bowels constipated. Hcrblno will rec
tify tbis; It gives ton? to the stom
ach, liver and kidneys, strengthens
the appetite, cl,eara iial Improves
tho complexion, Infuses new life and
vigor to tho whole system. CO cents
a bottle. Sold by W. 11. Frame.
The Anlnioreito for all the news.
.lust because a horse wnfi not ridden
to your complete satisfaction, it Isn't
necBary to hold an Indignation meet
ing on the grand stand steps.
THINGS WORTH KNOWINC
Speaking of Investments, the hetr
es who Invests her money In a tltl?
tiHially makos a bad one.
Ft. Worth, Tex.
Guthrie, O. T.
riuskogec, I. T.
San Antonio, Tex.
Shawnee, O. T.
So rtcAlester, a.T
It Is a wise woman who can retrain
lioni reminding her husband ot tho
t(K)l things he said during courtship
If a man doesn't marry a woman
because sho is pretty or because she
has mono-, it is a pretty sure sign
that he's In lovo with her.
LAkOEST CITIES IN
Texas, Oklahoma and Ind, Ter. ,
All Located on the
M. K. & T.
This is a reason why you should
travel and ship your freight vU
If n womnu Is homely she tries to ,
pei mindo herself that she has a claa- '
Who would rather bo rlhi than bo
president If hvi bad no chanoe to let 1
the worM know that his rlghteoasnos6
wus tq blamu.
A. F. and A. M.
ja Ardmore lodge No. SI A. T.
kV a & A. M. Itegular meeting on
yjvX ot before tho full moon in
iSf y each month at 7:30 o'clock.
A. BDDLBMAN, W ,M.
Q. H. BRUCE. Bee