Ardmore, Tuesday, October 10, 1905.
THC DAILY AfVDMOFlEITE.
- Ready-to-Wear Department -
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53 WTE have snared no energy or action to keep up with the dcuinnds in our
Ladies Ready-to-Wear Department the past week. Hu n dreds of ladies visit
4 this section of iho Big Busy Store and invariably find their Ideal in Tailored Suits, Skirts or
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airffa Eirh exnrrss brincrs a lot of new suits, new skirts or new waists. A magnificent
array of these goods await your approval. We .are showing some of the smartest things in this
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department t lint ever c.iinc to the Chickasaw Nation. The advantage of a buyer in the Great Fashion Centers
$i enable u io jet. Imld of things as fast as Dame Fashion christens them; so you will not be mistaken when vou
$5.00 to 50.00
ear a Garaient From Burton-Peels
Wc carried over no suits, so we assure you that everything is new and correct. We have Skirts that are now and
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mfii clever in their tnnkf up. so don't forget the Skirt. : : J i ' : j : :
Price, $2.50 to $20.00
oil Waists in Plain
White. Bold Checks and over PJaids.
Price, $1.50 to $6.00
The Greatest Show of Ready-to-Wear
Garments in the City of Ardmore.
See the B i g Show Window
Our Millincrv is generally accepted
most beautiful in town. Conic
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as being the f'P
lndlf it over.
PORTION OF ARMY LOST
WHILE ON A PRACTICE MARCH IN
ound by a Ranchman Who Keeps
Them Overnight and Starts Them
on Their Journey Next Morn
ing in Mesqulte Bushes.
San Antonio. Oct. 9. An Artcsia
citizen, who wns in San Antonio to
eight, said tho second battalion ot the
Twenty sixth Infantry had a thrilling
txnnrlcncn In I-a Sallo county Friday
S n tho course ot its march from Fort
J took tho wronc road out ot Hnclnal
jiarly In the morning and apt lost
Timnni. thn nrlpltlv iioar and Iiiosn'.llto.
Fortunately before nightfall they were
discovered by a ranchman, who guid
ed them to his houso and Invitud them
In to supper and to share hlr. humblo
A "A Texas ranchman," said ho, "Is
proverbially large-hearted, and while
t Is not every ovenlns that an army
ie s lost at his doors, thoy arc always
Welcomo to corao In and spend tho
I This morning he directed them to
. Xrtesla, which place thoy passed about
, 8:30 o'clock. As thoy omerged from
5 tho brush and saw tho railroad again,
Cheers aroso from a thousand throats,
' vlth cries of "found and lost again,"
f such cheers as must have startled
t Agiiinaldo when thoy pursued him
. daily through tho Jungles of tho Phil-
i I That boy's express wagon, tho DIa-
niond brand, never falls to pleaso.
J Bold only by Blvcns, Corhn & iens-
a tho wUo boy who Is consider-
of today and doesn't worry about
you can make tno terms when yot
ttuy buggy trom us. NOBUS Bl'.Ob
' I Purity of drugs, etc., good values
i ftnd superior sorvlco aro threo things
jlint malio our storo a popular placo
,at wuicn tn iraue.
3 18 F. J. IlVMSEY, Druggist.
Cordelia, a photographer Isn't
necessarily a robber becauso ho takes
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Never Ask Advice.
When yoil Uavo a cough or, cold
on't ask what Is good for It and get
.Bomo mediclno with Httlo' or no morit
and perhaps 'dnngerous..' Ask for Fo
. ley's Honey nnd . Tnr, the greatest
Uiroat and lung- remedy, It xtiros
Coughs and colds quickly; Sold by. the
i;ity tmig aiore. . -
l Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs
and colds and prevents pneumpnla.
Tako no BUbstltutoa. Sold by Cty
Saved His Life.
J. W. Davenport, WIngo, Ky., Writes,
Juno 11,1002: "I want tp tell you I be
llevo Ballard's Snow Liniment saved
mr life, f was under tho treatment ot
two doctors, and thoy told mo ono of
my lungs was gono and tho other bad
ly affected I also had a lump on my
side. I don't think that I could havo
lived over two months longer. I was
Induced by a friend to try Ballard's
Snow Wnlment. Tho first appllcaUon
gave mo great relief; two fifty cent
bottles cured me sound and well.
It Is a wonderful mediclno and I
recommend It to suffering humanity.
Sold by City Drug Store.
Our buggies nro standard brands,
tho guara,ntoo that goes with them
will stick. You Uftko a mistake when
you huy frfni uit NURgy eddlor.
ASK YOUK QROCRK l-Olt
III Mill MM 01
cfttUo lr tB Uatt (
k amis raiFscTiY miliar-
& tui lit hoMnei, Tllnl, v-o
lu. c,1..UlrtWi1 pfvJ Ctltrr!if Bon TV t
A'l ;rlv i ,ou. Wknaflnf Cvlli u
rvmrTiHti uuutwi iorw
' tititt tt tin lieu I T'riAi
u ttr ii Ttn ban. K'rlw Kb
Oltvg KUAJcJu C. Baa tUlfict, I -
Stoves, Stoves, Stoves!
Waste your food and fuel
when you don't need to.
Effect a saving in
"Wo liavo tho finest linq of
Stoves thai ever graced
our storo. Wo have made'
tho price low to induce you
to buy now and pot wait
for tho dangois of cold
weather before you own
one. You'll find hero any
lrind of Stove, any kind of
price and any kind of terms
consistent with good busi
ness. : : : :
Heaters from $1.40 up to
as fjood as any trade
They are Worti More '
But are really no higher
in price than others.
9 Stoves and Heating Stoves
for both coal and wood.
We maKe terms and prices right , on Buggies and
Mitchell and Moline Wagons
BIVENS, CORHN & FRENSLEY
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The Harvest is at Hand'
We vant you to remember that
we will meet anybody's price
on wagons, buggies, harness,
saddles, stoves, ranges, and in
fact anything kept in a first class
hardware store, quality of goods
Make our store your headquart
ers when convenient. A wel
come awaits you.
At the Old Stand
ARE YOU GOING TO
A I I ET r Wi I A
4. Ion I U W I 1 1 B a
FROM SEPTEMBER 15th to OCTOBER 31st
The Santa Fe will sell you TicHets
From Certain Points In
. (One Way Only)
These second class, ticllets give you every privilege of the
Service" with the singlo exception of the Standard
PULLMAN Sleepers, but the TOURIST Cars art
LiSsmMrsSSi' Eocl enough tor anybody. Ortc (caves
Texas Every Tuesday
Drop mo a-post card'or ask tho Santa.. Fo
Agent for particil4i's '
K W. H. KEEN AN, G. P. A., Ga jrc&toir,Tex.
T Hi E
and durability of ocr lumber aro tho lrouK
points upon which wo prldo ourselves. Tho
ellow pine planks shown In our yards have ih
treni;tli of an elephant. It I ot woll-soaHoned
ttock, freo from knots aud other Imperfection
whereror It his boen used has successfully
weathored many u storm, nnd was never Koowb
o five, unsatisfactory results. With such' i
established repututlo'n for the oxcolleoiu j
jur material, we have built up a good busl'.i -
and It Is our purpose to keep this up. . '
don't yo-a purehaM.o your lumber heret !
u iko tho prloo rlKht. Visit our yards anil .
TAKE THE AR D M O R E IT Ii.
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