The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 171, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 27, 1902 Page: 5 of 8
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MADDEN SYKES St 00
THE importance of this week's selling cannot be judged unless the values are understood. For that reason we
ask you to come examine the offerings and learn the savings. The purchasing power of the smallest coin will
be stretched to Its fullest capacity generally double for the goods are just about half value. You will pay more
and sometimes twice the amount for the same goods at other stores. The opportunity is yours to save many
dollars during this week's selling.
Ladies Knit Vests
1 lot worth H';ic cnch only ne i
1 lot worth 12'jc each nt 3 for 25c &
1 lot worth 15 nt straight 10c y
1 lot worth 20 nt 15 cents 2 for 25c T
Heavy yard wide brown always sold nt ti-
ne now per yard . . Sc v?
Ladies' Slippers and Oxfords
Dress Ducks and Coverts
The 10c kind at per yard only
3000 yards the 5c quality per yard only 2jje
Tulon Cords and Dimities
Sold everywhere at 5 and 0c a y
week per yard only
3000yards dress styles Percales worth
10c; per 'ard now
All our 10c Ginghams at 7c
Sold regularly at 15 s-nd 25c; now only SVfjc
Sold all season at 25c a yd. This week 10c
Apron Check Ginghams
The regular 5c seller. This week at -lc
Others sell at 15 to 25c. We offer it at
per yard only .' 10c
5000 yards dress styles short lengths
'worth oc now only -Ms
During the week
we shall offer for
your acceptance 300
pairs ladies' all solid
leather Oxfords and
Sandals the k i n d
$1.50 a pair for and
they are well worth
it too but 1o close
out the lot you shall
take your choice at
only $1 a pair. Call j.
early and let us lit
you up; they arc beyond question the best T
valucse ever offered in Ardmore by an'-
body; they won't last long. '
White Goods $
1 lot check Nainsook worth 5c at only 3c 4
1 lot check Nainsook 'better worth 1 0.......5e T
1 lot check Nainsook worth 15c -SVfte T
1 lot white India Linon worth S1 now 5c -i
1 lot white India Linon worth 10c Se
1 lot white India Linon worth 15c 10c 4
Worth $0 to $7.50 each; go now at only
$1.1)0. They are black silk and this sea-
son's goods too.
Men's and Youths' Flannel Suits
Big assortment and at prices that will
make them go. Call and see them.
We are selling this season one of the lar-
gest and best assortment of Men's Fur-
nishing shown any where in the Indian
Ladies' Misses' andChildren'sHose
We have them in fancy plain black
drop stitch lace effects etc. at prices
that will interest you.
Ladies' Black Petticoats
We carry the famous Duplex skirts at from
$1.25 to $5 each. Also a very large as-
sortment of fancy Silk-Petticoats at prices
to command attention.
There are many other items of interest we
could call your attention to but a limited
space forbids a further ennumcration.
Just call at our store during this week and
see for yourself.
n. W. Dick Mayor
J. H. Mathors City Attorney
John h. Gait 1'oHoo Judge
Q. II. Uruco City Clerk
T. N. Coloman Troasuror
W. R. UobortB.ABieBSor nnd Collector
D. 13. Bookor Chlof of Police
Dob McOoo City Scavongor
First Ward J. W. Gollodgo. J. S.
Second Ward J. S. Mullen I. R.
Third Ward C. L. Byrne W. C.
Fourth Ward W. T. Gardner. A. C
Finance C. L. Byrne chairman;
A. C. Young J. S. Mullen.
Street and Alley I. R. Best chair-
man; C L. Byrne W. T. Gardner
J. S. McCharen.
Police W. O. Kendall chairman;
I. R. Best J. S. McCharen.
Fire W. T. Gardner chairman; J.
W. Gollcdge J. S. Mullen.
Waterworks A. C. Young chair-
man; J. S. Mullen C. L. Byrne.
Ordinance J. S. Mullen chairman;
J. W. Gollcdge W. C. Kendall.
Cemetery J. W. Golledgo chair-
man; W. T. Gardner I. R. Best.
Sanitary J. S. McCharen chair-
man; J. S .Mullen W. C. Kendall A.
Board of Health.
Dr. J. W. Moffott city physician;
Drs. S. S. Carr J. W. Smith Walter
Hardy; Mayor R. W. Dick
Njjw crop hay at A. F. Jones's.
Commencing May 20 1902 wo will
give a ticket on every flve-cont (Cc)
purchnso mado nt our store. This
ticket entitles you to a chanco at a
$20 Kodak complete of the latest
style and kind making a picture 3
by 4 '4 Inches together with n devel
oping outfit. See the Kodak on ex
hibition at our placo of business.
Romombor wo are hendqunrtors for
all kinds of fountain drinks lco
croa'.i. ca idles cigars etc. Don't
fall to call for tickets.
20-tf PEEPL.ES & CO.
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'Phono 142 for bus or baggage
wagon. Meets all trains day and night.
U-lra LIGHT & THOMPSON.
Water coolers the best kind for
small money at Xoland's China hall.
Lake Club Members.
All the members of the Chickasaw
Lake Club are earnestly requested to
be present at tho city hall Monday
night to listen to a waterworks propo-
sition. Bo sure nnd be on hand.
J. B. SPRAGINS President.
Every size of sewer piping !a stock
at Williams Corbn & Co's.
Tho Lnldlaw Lumber company has
tho best paint on earth. They guar-
antee It to stand as follows: Two
coats for three years and three coats
for flvo years. Can you beat It? And
It costs no more than many Inferior
paints; lasts longer and looks better.
What more do you want? If you aro
going to paint It will pay you to fig-
tiro with Laldlaw. 11-tf
O !VXOOOtM0000 OOOOOOOOOOOO f
Cal Stewart Is here from Holder.
James Whitfield Is here from Ma-
rietta. J. Goo. Patton Is In the city today
H. S. Wilson camo up last night
from Ft. Worth.
A. J. Carson camo up Inst night
Miss LIUlo Comogys Is In tho city
J. B. Thompson Is In the city today
from Pauls Valley.
S. -B. McCray came In yesterday af
ternoon from Lone Grove.
Miss Eunice Gibson nnd Miss Camp-
boll aro both hero from Gainesville.
H. W. Branum and family loft to-
dny for Paoll wherd they will reside.
E. F. Comegys superintendent of
the public schools Gainesville Is In
Mrs. Louis Nlvoche of Davis ac
companied by her children Is visiting
her sister Mrs. M. Kemp.
Howard Russell of the C O. & G.
engineering department returned last
night from Tioga Texas.
N. R. Tlsdal has returned from tho
Methodist conference at Dallas
whore ho went as a lay delegate from
Rev. J. M. Gross D. D and wife
have returned tiom Dallas whoro
they have been attandlng goncrnl
Lawn Mowors at monoy-savlng
27-tf WEEKS BROS.
T. N. COLEMAN'S
for your up to date Stationery. .
SILK COLORED TABLETS AND
ENVELOPES TO MATCH
The very latest in Box Paper Visiting
and Tally Cards.
DEATH CLAIMED ANOTHER.
Mrs. Staples Mother of Our Towns-
men Died In Texas This Morning.
Mm. W. II. Staples mother of our
townsmen Porter nnd Junius Stnplofl
died nt 4 o'clock this morning in Den
ton Tex. Mrs. Staples had reached
the advanced age of 71 years and had
been 111 for some timo. Her denth
was not wholly unexpected. Hor
husband and children romainud con-
stantly nt her bodsldo nnd with the
assistance of skilled medical atten-
tion used every effort to prolong hor
life but nil to no nvall. Although at
bur advanced ago death Is not unex-
pected yet the husband novor roach-
es that point whoro ho Is willing to
glvo up his companion and children
can find no consolation In tho loss of
a mother. Lot tho loss of mother
come as it will thero Is no consola-
tion to offer. Mr. and Mrs. Staples
havq lived In 'Denton Tex. for more
than a quarter of a century and their
family Is ono of tho best known in
that portion of tho stnto.
Mr. and Mrs. Porter Staples and
Mrs. James Staples will leavo this af-
ternoon to attend tho funeral services.
ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE CAN BE
BOUGHT AT THE ARDMORE NA-
TIONAL BANK AT ALL TIMES TO
PAY FOR LOTS. 12-tf
Pastor W. M. Martin of the A. M.
13. church tells us thut his congrega-
tion I In tho mldit of a great reviv-
al. Tho meeting began last Friday
night and souls aro boing saved every
day. Tha colored peoplft of the town
will nil be igood yet before the sum-
mor Is over. Tho Baptist people im
mersed between thirty and forty con
verts last Sunday.
Fresh candy just received. Salted
poanutB parched dally. Try them
20-tf PEEPLES & CO.
Five Dollar Values.
An extra flno lino of elegant Impor-
ted worsted pants values from $2.50
to J3.C0. Nothina elso 'quite so nlco
evor shown hero before. 25-3t
'Phono 142 for biia
wagon. Moots all trains day and night.
Sklpworth sells Uvaldo honey.
Kiryntian Tipsue tho tmttp
simply exquisite. ReRulnr 3.1c
qnnltty. Wo open 'em up nt l'Jo
tuo ynru. bee window.
Hukton-Peel Dux Goods Co-
The Territorial Reunion of tho ox-
Confederate Veterans of tho Indian
Territory will be held at Ardmoro
July 22nd 33d and 21th.
Thirty tjousand people nro oxpect-
od dally. Sealed bids will bo received
tip to and Including Juno lGth 1002
for the ontlre privileges of tho
grounds. All bids must be accompan-
ied by a certified check for 10 por
cent or tho amount of bid. Tho right
Is roiorved to reject any and all bids.
JOHN L. GLT Chairman.
SIG SIMON Secretary.
Ardmoro I. T. May 24th 1902.
The Rond to Wealth.
Don't throw away your
goods bring thorn hore. Wo
Do lock nnd koy w.irk
Repnlr sowing machines
Sharpen shears and
2C-lm G. W. R1TTER & SON.
Tho hammock chanco of tho wholo
season nt E Noland's this week. Ask
about his apcclal prices. 2C-Ct
A. V. DOAK
W. S. SMITH
Notice In Bankruptcy
In tho District Court of Co United
Statos for the Southern district at
Ardmoro; In tho matter of J. W.
Lovine bankrupt in bankruptcy:
To the creditors of J. W. Leviun. In
the Southern district In tho Indian
Territory at Ardmore a bankrupt:
Notice Is horoby glvon thnt on the
27th dny of May 1902 tho said J. W.
Lovlno was duly adjudgod bankrupt
nnd that the first meeting of his
creditors will be held at my olllco nt
the court house. In the city of Ard-
more on the Cth day of Juno. 1902.
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at which
timo tho said creditors may attend
prove their clalmB appoint a trustee
examine tho bankrupt and transact
such other business as may come be-
fore said meeting.
Referee In Bankruptcy.
(First publish d May 27 1902.)
DOAK & SMITH
Real Estate and Rental Agents
A 7-room house with
hall storm house and
splendid fruit. Everything
in good repair. Corner N.
Washington and Fifth Ave.
A business house on B.
Main street a good invest-
ment. New 5-room house large
hall large bath room; good
garden and orchard large
lot and splendid location.
If you want to rent a
house we have just what
Office Id Noland's China Hall Main St.
I To Merchants
KOCL & SON have moved
their Grain House to the big
Iron Store across the rait
road track where they are
better prepared than ever to
supply their many custom-
x . ' mcrcnsnis are invitea to
O. T. TYLER
ICS vflii ii 1 ipft. fl.
i.m -&uiM- res
I I FURCELU!ILLJELFATGR CO.H
? PURCELL I.T.
the best Flour sold in
the Indian Territory
If you are not using
it give it a trial.
114m LIGHT & THOMPSON.
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