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Ardmore, Thursday, October 5, 1903,
THE DAILY AflPMOREITE.
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BURTON-PEEL DRY GOODS COMPANY to
Complete Outfitters for Men and Boys $
Ttlieiu is trft r joiu for criticism in
otfr Suit Department. Everyone's
3 ndinirsiti'ou is won by some one of
ilie great number of Suite we have
and these is vtry livel selling in
this section this woek.
IF YOU CONSIDER
That the host bargain i the Greatest Amount
of Value for the Price you Pay you will be sur
prised to diar over how much you get and at the
How Much You Can Save Here
8 ! IIS
pun' t Efglct't thn, M'iatat klrt. Wo nre well nqiilpped.
Hav nil he now rliiaK. niifj at irlces that wljl aitpalti
The strongest lino or Ladies,
Misses and Childrons Shoos in
Ardmore. Misses and Childrons
50c to $2.50
$1.25 to $5,00
Our Millinery Par
lors wore Packed to
Overflowing M o n
day and Tuesday.
The many expres
sions of admiration
from those w h o
came, looked and
.bought, are evi-
Its a c oncoded fact that Hanan
and Uostonian Shoos are right.
They are drossy and durable.
Shoos for mem
$1.50 to $6.00
dences that OUR MILLINERY IS CORK EOT. If you did
not come on account or the weather, come Thursday, Friday
or Saturday. Our hats will stand the tost of thesoverost critic
Vclour 20 inch wide in all the new shades. A beautiful material ior
Shirt Waists Suits 75c
15 pieces two tone Taffeta Chiffon finish 3G inches wide, all the new
shades. The correct tiling for a Dresa Suit, per yd $100
In assorted colors and bold plaids.
25c goods for 15c 35c goods for 25c
65c gsoes for .... 50c 1 .00 Shepherd's plnida 75c
100 pieces plaid, checks and solid Gingham 12 l-2c grade. ...... '.. ...... 10c
The greatest line of suitings ever shown in Ardmore for .. ....10c
'' Ladies' MecRwear . ;,:-V ' ..'.''"
. . . The swultest line ever shown in Turnovers, Stocks'an.d -Ties .
. ' . You will admire and buy them.. '
000 'pairs Boys kee Pants in all wool mixiurcs.
YOUNG MENS SUITS
Single and Doublo Breasted styles; fancy gray,
brown and mixed. materials in check, stripes and
over .-plaids; also a lot of plain Blue Serges, Un
finished. Worsteds and Blnck Thibets.
Come See Them .
000 10 EN
y The territory's " '
FINDS QuICK RELIEF THROUH
Hon. JosopU .. Gouldcn Is meinbci of
consr'Ks rt'prosenllng the JJlKhtcontU
N w York district. Mr, Goulden is a
iifval veteran mid ono ot the trusteed
o the Soldiers' Homo at Bath, N. Y.,
nnd lias held several other honorary
positions of public trust. His name
stands for sterling integrity.
Having used Doan's Kidney Pills
himself with vntiro satisfaction Con
gressman Gouldcn does, not hesitate to
recommend them. Hq writes us the
Foster-Mlluurn Co.. Duffalo, N. Y.
Gentlemen:: As many of my friends
havo used Doan's Kidney IMlla and
liavo been cured of bladder and kid
ney troubles.- I feel it my duty to rec
ommend the medictno to those suffer
ing from such diseases.
From' personal experlcnco I know
uoan's Kidney Pills will euro Inllani'
mation of tlio bladder, having expert
meed relief tho second day of using
(Signed- J. A. GOULDUN.
Doan's Kidney Pills Cure Ardmore Bud Bach's
Testimony of Ardmore People Proves Their Merit
A bad back is n back that aches af
ter every llttlo. oxcrtlon. Sick kidneys
causo that kind of a weak back, and a
kldnoy and bncjc will nover bo strong
and sound until tho kidneys are cured.
Uackacho Is really kldnoy aches the
aching of overworked, Inllamod, ccm
Kested kldnoys. it comes right In the
small of tho back, where the kidneys
aro located. Sometimes tho acho Is
heavy nnd dull. Again It changes Id
sharp, darting pains llko tho thrusts
of aknlfo. It seems imposslblo to stoop
or lift, or bend tho back. AH night tho
aching keop3 up leaving tho sufferer
tired and lamo In tho morning.
Uackacho is a warning that should
P. N. Ferguson, carpenter, living at
210 B street, N. W... Ardmore, Ind. Ty,
says: "For moro than eighteen months
I was bothered with urinary troublo
nnd backache. The secretions woro Ir
regular, contained a sediment llko
brick dust nnd scalded. At times my
back ached so bad I could hardly get
back to an upright position after be
ing stooped over at my Tvork. I tried
several doctors and manv different
bo heeded. It calls attention to tho' remedies but did not. ih
fact that tho klduoys aro giving out, 1 igfftCtory benefit Finally I hid Dnnn'H
that diabetes, dvppsy and DrlgUfs dls-1 I?!, n,.,U 1 V Doanl
caso aro threatened. Don't wait. Help Mney P'lla recommended to mo and
tho kidneys at once. Curo them with I procured a box at W. II. Framo's drug
Doan's Kidney Pills, tho groat Amor-, store. I found groat rellof from tho
ffiUgSZWa. t-tmont ,t cured tho backache and
of your own city. corrected tho kldnoy difficulty."
Sold by all druga'at0- Prce 50c. Fo3ter-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., Prop's
DESCRIBING BIG HUNT.
President Roosevelt Wilt Have Artl
cle In November Magazine..
Inwton. Oct. 3 It Is annoimced
tjiat the November number of .a popu '
lar mnKajslne will contain an Jllustm-I
ted nrtfcla by President ItooBcvelt rIv-J
Inu an nciount if hi- wolf hunt i-i. t ne I
1 'mm .jum re r" I'fvrt'lon nf OU''Jp-'
i Ik- lUustrdtlous will bo mado
from photographs taken by Dr'I-am-bert
and others of the pretildent's
pa,rty. This will be the llrat public ac
count, of the big hunt and the first
time that tho picture hnve.beon made
public. At tho outset tho prtisjdeat'.lald
down tho law 'that tho' mombors'-of
Sis party houhl'koep as a secret tho
rincipal 'evcnts of tho hunt- In order
that tlu public might, get' It Jlwt from
In the United .Btatei ctiurt 'In the
Iudlan Territory; Southern district
J. W. Stockton, platntlff vs. Lufctndy
SMWkfon, (ic-fndiit, No. W31..
The defendant I.uclcdy Stociston, 1b
warned to appear In this court In thir
ty days and answer the complaint of
the plalntitf. J. W. Stockton.
Witness tne Hon. Hosea Townsend,
Judge of said court, nnd the seal there
of, this 11th day of September, 1005.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPDELL, Clerk.
By O. A. WELIS, Doupty.
llrown & Tumor, Attorneys,
Attorney for non-resident, S. H. But
ler. First published, Scptcmbor 11, 1005.
In tho United States Court in tho
Indian Territory, Southern District:
Jennie Rhodes, plaintiff, vs. Charles
nhodes, defendant, No. C334.
Tho defendant, Charles Rhodes, Is
warned to nppear In this Court In
thirty days ond answer tho complaint
of tho plaintiff, Jcnnlo Uliodes.
Witness the Hon. Hosea Townsend,
Judgo of said Court, and tho 'acai
thereof, this 10th dny ot Scptombor,
1005. C. M, OAMPDELU
O. A. WELLS, Deputy Clerk.
Brown & Turner, attorneys.
Sam T. Butler, attorney for non
First published September 10.10U5.
A rude Jest will sometlmps crcato
an unfavorable Impression which nev
er is wined out.
ChicKasaw Telephone Co.
Long distance coupons will be
sold on tho following basis in
10 per cont discount will bo
given on 25.00.
15 per cent discount will bo
given on $50.00.
20 per cent discount will bo
given on $100.00.
Coupons to bo bought nnd
paid for in advance or before
opening an account.
Wtn. H. Berry, Gen. Mgr.
In the. United States court' 1m toe
Indian- Torrltbry. .Southprn district.
Iflzzie Allirori, plaintiff vs." A. J. All
linou, defendant. No. C336. .
The defendant A. ,T. Allison, 1
warned lo nppear In rhlft court in
thirty days and answer the complain .
or the plalntllT. Lizzie Allison.
Witness' the Hon. Hoseu. Townsend
Judge' of said court, and the sea
thereor, thiB 25th day of Sept. 10i)5.
(Sonl) C M. CAMPBELL, Clnrk.
By W. S. CROCKETT, Deputy Clork
Brown & Turnor, nUomoys.
Attorney for non-resident, S: II. But
First publlshod September 25, 1005
It's a wlso toVvn that can keep Its
own lid on straight.
That boy'a express wagon, tho Dia
mond brand, nover falls to please.
Sold only by Blvens; Corhn & Frens.
ASK YOUR ClROCnW HOIt
tuairnige Rppaip" Shop
ninckHKiltl'Ine, WooawoVk, I'Kintit'iir nuil
Trlmminif. IJnavy forBlnir nal Imrni'sliftoliiu
in conuecJtlun. ' ,
201 15am Hrodawnv Ardinoro, 1. T.
An akln( tpctH ad tl- iplte prtf
uatUa ht cfl Wait f
j VYVVT i OAZQLB. fOirBOTbT HA3MI,I&
In icnl, l)lcirU4 til Ctttwktl BrTkrceh
A prev.atN Cnra, WkUts Cki k mi
trt uirviKS nsiutio iootrivq
IM4 U Ik all7.
tni u Trr km. rrlMa Ceal
'ff kUla C, Bk HUUwt 10.
City Drut Store, W. B. rramt, ITs
Our offerings this spring includo tho
linost stock of
Buggies, Hatfls, Pha?tons and Surreys
wo .have over carried. Stop into our buggy houso
on North Washington street, niako your selection,
you'll find that wo will give you tho most liboral
prico and the lowest terms.
For tho farmer wo havo tlio nowest thing in
Cultivators, Turning Plows,
Cotton and Corn Planters
Wo want to soil you your hardware for 1905
fr Stevens, KennerIywSpragins
And there's puro air, pure water and
sunshino on tho hill. Just tho" place
for a rest aftor tho long winter. It's
EureKa Spring's, ArK.
Operated by Frisco System -
Hound-triii tickets t.oEureka Springs
aa '.I iTcpy day in tho year.
ASK C. IV, aTffAlty. D. P. A, . ' ,