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THE DAILY AROMOREITt.
THREE umuw 5 S Ready-to-Wear Department - 41? Ardmore, Thursday, October 12, 1905. TVZEJiave pa red no . fi Ladies Ready-to-W 4l energy or action to keep up with the demands in our Wear Department the paBt week. Hundreds of ladies visit 4 this section of the Big Busy Store and invariably find their Idcil in Tailored Suits, Skirts or 4? ' t 1 New Waists. Each express hrinsrs a lot of new suits, new skirta or new waists. A mairniliccnt 2 i A? " ' 4 array of these goods await your approval. We are showing sonn of th - smarte st things in this 9 n - 9 department that ever caine to the Chickasaw Nation. The advant.ihre of a huvcr in th. Great Fashion Centers enables us to ?et hold of things as fast as Dame Fashion christen tli in; so vou will not. he mistaken when vou $5.00 to 50.00 Wear a Garment Wc carried over no puits, so we assure you that everything is u jh o )rrH't. We Inv- Skirts that are nw and clever in their make up, so don't forget the Skirt. 4? 43 4 4 4? 43 43 i 43 9 43 tjtj Waists in Plain .White. Bold' Checks and oyer Plaids. 43 43 43 43 From BftonPeef Price, $2.50 to $2(100 Price, $1.50 to $6.00 Si S3 S3 4'i 43 ! The Greatest Show of Ready-to-W ear Garments in the City of Ardmore. See the B i g Show Window u v v . V V? tf jp s? i? ? v Vfr s? ? v ? & Z ' Z .5 XvZwvvwv y ' II 1 1 1 jm Mil t s 11 0W lk ft : f5T?B3fe look lt'over. xfei. A' ! yfiPv Millinery Our Nilhnfrn is iM-twrally Uc.ceptod as being the, most teautiful in town. Crtme It's Reasonable. : cytcvt tr ccr oer o t w r r v .1 th ad Fifth Sunday Program. l'l-ogram of tho Gill Sunday meeting to bo held at Orahatn, I. T., beginning Thursday night beforo Uio Cth Sun day in Oct. 1UP5. Introductory Bermon Thursday night, 11. C Uakcr. Friday Morning. 9 a. ru. Dovotlonal services, L. D. Smelly. 0:30 "Must a Church bo Mission ary to bo a Church ot Christ?" J. A. McCullough, J. b Young. 10:30 Exegesis Homana, 8:29-30 J. M. llanunons, J. K. Smyth. 11 a. m. Sermon. 2 p. m. Dovotlonal Services. J. 13. James. . 2:30 p. m. "Is tho Lord's Supper ti Church or a Christian Ordinance." W. It Selvldgc, J. U. Smith. 3:30 p. m. "Who has tno authority ot tho preaching ot tuo Gospel." J. T. Urlscoe. J. T, Itay. 4 : 30 Ad Journmcnt. 7:30 p. ni. Sermon. Saturday Morning Session. Devotional services U a. m led by D. N. Curb. 9:30 a. in. "What is tho duty or. tno Churches of Knon Association to tho General convention of Indian Terri tory." W. W. Chancellor, T. J. Briscoe. Sermon at 11 a. m. 2 p. m. Devotional services M'. F. Veal, 2:30 p. m. Hoard meeting. 3:30 p. m. "What is tho best Meth od ljy which Our Churches May bo 13nlisted in Our Organized Work." iW. W. Chancellor. J. A. McCullough. Sermon at 7:30 p. m. Missionary sormon Sunday at li a. m. J. A. .McCullough. OSCAH 1'ASCHAL.Ii, D. 11. THOMAS. Committee. Whim tho crecn cooda man takes counterfeit money Us a queer combination. Haw to Cure Corns and Bunions. First, soak tho corn or bunion In warm jvnter to soften It: then paro it down as closely as posslblo without drawing blood and apply Cuambor Iain's Pain Balm twlco dally, rubbing vlcorously for flvo minutes at each application. A corn plaster should bo worn a fow days to protect it from tho shoo. As a general liniment for epralns, bruises, lameness and rheu matism, Pain liaitu is unequauea. or Balo by F. J. RamBcy, W. B. Frame, Bonner & Bonucr. and Ardmoro Drug Co. Gar-Gol cures all kinds of Soro Throats. Quinsy. Hoarseness, Tonsl- litis. Simply a garglo. 25c. city Drug Store, W. U. Frame, proprietor. When a baseball pitcher gets his bumps It doesn't do him any good to consult a phrenologist, That Tioy's express w'agon, tho DIaJ imond brand, nover falls, to please. Sold only by BlVens, Corhn & Frens. Saved His Life. J. W. Davenport, WIngo, Ky., writes, Juno 14,1902: "I want to tell you I bo llovo Ballard's Snow Liniment saved my llfo. I was under tho treatment of two doctors, and they 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 have lived over two months longer. I was Induced by a friend to try Ballard's Snow Liniment. Tho first application gavo mo great rollef; two ttfty cent bottles cured mo sound and well. It Is a wonderful jnedlclno and I recommend It to suffering humanity. Sold by City Drug Store. Our buggies ore standard brands, tho guarantee that goes -with them will click. Vou uake a mistako when you huy frfm ui rwiggy eddler. 1 NOBLE BROS. PLANSIFTER FLOUR ASK YOUR OROCBIJ hOR MAUh UV THE VHJUCTtllU fUVAlOD CD pan Mil W Vi BUS Am etiolate afMlfW aat1..pli frty rtt!B r ol Mad ct l RciTfTC TTTTJO ATP BrMrXT A Oi8L& miiffTLX UXtXlTK. A tut rvr tor rttrM, Tl!itl. tnt'.vati, incrUi 14 Ctrrl crTUri KM la ika tfwttrr. KknUHkfHIaiTtrf UiM. trtftiOn,U mg UilU Ok, tm iBaau City Dins Btono, W. B. Txtun rrtj Stoves, Stoves, Stoves! T Waste your food and fuel when you don't need to. AND RANGES Effect a saving in both. They are Worth More But are really no higher in price than others. Wo huvo tho linost lino of Stovos that ovor graced our storo Wo huvo inade tho price low to induco you to buy now and not wait lor tho dangcis of cold weather before you own one. You'll iind hero any jfind of Stove, any kind of price and any kind of terms consistent with good busi iiess. : : : : Heaters from $1.40 up to as iood as any trade demands. Majestic Ranges, Cook Stoves and Heating Stoves for both coal and wood. : We maEe terms and prices right on Buggies and Mitchell and Moline Wagons BIVENS, CORHN & FRENSLEY NOW The Harvest is at Hand We want 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 considered. Make our store your headquart ers when convenient. A wel come awaits you. At the Old Statid Noble Brothers c ARE YOU GOING TO A L I FORN IA FROM SEPTEMBER 15th to OCTOBER 31st The Santa 'Fe will sell you TicKcts From Certain Points In $25.00 i cmo to CALIFORNIA (One Way Only) These second class tich'ets pive you every privilege of the SoJrfV:?Jrilhihe sintIs exception of the Standard PULLMAN Sleonnro hut thn TO :niSTr,.. ra5'tlood enough for anybody. One leaves wr ti . w - Drop nioa post card or ask tho Santa IV . ' ' . Agent for particuJnj-6 W; S. JCEfiNAN, G. P. A., Oa.veston.Tex. FROM HERETO THERE. A. HOUSE ILL And thoro's j)uro air, puro water and sunshine on tho hill.. Just tlio placo ' for u rest aftor tho long winter It's tho Crescent Hoitel Eurella Spring's, Arh". Operated by Frisco System ' Round-trip tickets to Eureka Springs on sale overy day in tho year. ASH O. W. STRAIN, D. P. A. Wichita, Kansas eloy. "