The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 177, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 3, 1902 Page: 5 of 8
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MADDEN7 SYKES 5t OO.
You will be amply repaid by visiting our store during this week's selling as we shall again offer some exceptionally
strong values and you will be obliged to see them before you can understand their trade winning qualities. We shall
quote below a few items that will make your heart glad and loosen the strings of your purse.
Every Silk Waist pattern in the house
will be offered this week at prices never
before heard of in Ardniore. For instance:
Satin Stripe Silk Tissues worth $3 only $2
Lace Stripe Silk Meteor effect worth $!
only . . $3
Meteor Satin Stripe worth $4.50 only $3.50
Meteor Lace Stripe worth $4s0 only 3.5O
Black and White Stripe embroidered
pattern a beautiful Waist for your
mother now $2
Heavy Cord and Striped Meteor ef-
fects worth $! at $3
Imported Embroidered Swisses
Regular price $1 now 75c
Regular price 75c now GOc
We have a beautiful line of Ameri-
can Embroidered Swisses sold all
season at 25c; we offer this week to
The' are special values. Don't miss
Dress Ducks and Coverts
The 10c kind at per yard only 5c
3000 yards the 5c quality per yard only 20
Tulon Cords and Dimities
Sold everywhere at 5 and Gc a yard; this
week per yard only 21c
5000 yards dress styles short lengths
worth 5c now only 2c
Ladies' losses' and Children's Hose
We have them in fancy plain black
drop stitch lace effects etc. at prices
that will interest you.
Fifty dozen misses' and children's
Hose the kind we get 25c for go
in this sale at only per pair 15c
Ladies Knit Vests
1 lot worth SVtjC each only 5c
1 lot worth 12 c each at 3 for 25c
1 lot worth 15 at straight 10c
1 lot worth 20 at 15 cents 2 for 25c
Others sell at 15 to 25c. We offer it at
per yard only 10c
Ladies' Wash Skirts
We carry a strong line of these in Gingham
Duck Covert Crash Linen Piques etc.
at from si to $1 each. Our stock of Silk
and Woolen skirts is replete with the
best goods of the season. Price them.
One lot ladies'. Oxfords.worth Si. 5O this
week only $1
One lot ladies' Oxfords worth $1.75
this week only $1.25
MADDEN SYKES & CO.
1 l"t checu Nainsook worth 5c at only 3c
1 lot check Nninsook better worth 10 5c
1 lot check Nainsook worth 15c 8lc
1 lot white India Linon worth 8Vfj now 5c
1 lot white India Linon worth 10c 8VfiC
1 lot white India Linon worth 15c 10c
3000yards dress styles Percales worth
" 10c; per yard now
All our 10c Ginghams at 714c
Sold regularly at 15 and 25c; now only 8V6c
Sold all season at 25c a yd. This week 10c
Apron Check Ginghams
The regular 5c seller. This week at 4c
Men's and Youths' Flannel Suits big as-
sortment prices right.
Men's boys' and youths' Furnishings.
Men's and boys Shoes. Ladies' and
misses Shoes. Ladies misses' and chil-
dren's Oxfords and Sandals.
Ladies' Waists Gloves Hose Handker-
chiefs Garters Fans Lisle Lace Gloves
and Mitts silk Gloves silk Mitts lace ef-
fect sash Pins Belts Waist sets fancy
Hat Pins Hair Ornaments and combs.
Everything useful to a ladies' toilet.
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A New Shop.
W. H. Baldwin Iiqb Just complotod
tho boat built shop In tlio city on
East Broadway and dovotes his en-
tiro attention to shoeing horses. His
years of experience coupled with tho
vory boat of tools Insures perfect
shooing and pleased customers. No
matter how difficult It has been to
uroperly shoo your horse take him
to Baldwin. You will be pleased
with tho work.
Patronlzo tho man who devotes his
entire attention to horseshoeing.
Horses called for and dellverod with-
out extra charge.
W. H. BALDWIN
30-10t East Broadway.
W. J. B ROWN
West Main St. Ardmore L T.
There will be a meeting of Lady
Maccabees In tho Oddfellows hall
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Let
all try to meet promptly at this hour.
By order. Lady Commander.
If you would get tho best resultB
from horseshoeing patronize a man
who makes that his sole business.
Baldwin Is that man In Ardmoro.
Shop on EaBt Broadway. 30-lOt
Xhe Woodmen op tue Would
will give a Brand picuio at
ORtt I. T on June 28. Ev-
erybody is invited to participate.
Married last night at the homo of
tho bride's brother J. C Thompson
Mies Nannie Thompson mnd J. Wood
Taliaferro Hev. J. M. Gross officia-
ting. Tho groom Is a promising business
man of our town while the bride Is a
lovely and esteemed young lady of
Ardmoro a slstor of our fellow towns-
man and ex-mayor J. C. Thompson.
The happy couple have the congratu-
lations of all their friends and tho
They are now under their own vine
anil flg treo In south Ardmore.
'Phone 142 for bus or baggage
wagon. Meets all trains day and night.
11-lm ' LIGHT fc THOMPSON.
Williams Corhn & Co. Invito you In
to sco their new shipment of White
Why pay oxponslvo bills at summer
resorts when you can get Llthla Wa-
ter at Crown Bottling works at $1.00
per case. 8-tf
rZMALE " '
Are Safsand Reliable.
Scot pott paid on receipt of
price. Money refunded If not as
ut Sample and Booklet Meat ir.
Vin de Cinchona Co.. oes uoincs iowa.
W. B. Frame DrnKdat
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.
George Ycagor Is here from Troy.
O. D. L. Collins of Troy Is In tho
E. J. Russell Is In tho city from
W. G. Currlo Is In the city from
B. K. Gann Is in tho city from
L. C. Andrews of Pauls Valley is on
our streets today.
Fred Ferris left last night for Ok-
nhoma City and others points north.
Adolph Tlill commissioner Pfelffer's
big constable Is In tho city from Pur-coll.
H. W. Leeman the city marshal of
Mariotta is still in tho city attending
Mrs. Fred Gates has returned from
a pleasant visit with relatives and
friends In Gainesville.
D. H. Justus resident engineer of
tho C. O. & G. road headquarters at
Durwood is In tho city today.
Mrs. F. M. Itodgers Is hero from
Sulphur Springs Tex. visiting her
daughter Mrs. L. L. Tyer.
Mrs. J. P. Thayer Is visiting rela
tives and friends In Denlson and will
bo absent from the cty about a
H. D McCoy one of tho contractors
who havo the building of tho Union
depot came up last night from Cle-
burne. L. L. Tyer has returned from Lo-
gansport Ind. where he went ns a
delegate to tho convention of Ameri
John W. Scanlon tho hardware
merchant at Marietta was shaking
hands with oldtlmo friends In tho
MaJ. W. II. Hill of Mllburn first
station on C. O. & G. cast of Tisho-
mingo was In tho city today and
spoko In tho highest terms of his llttlo
Mr.' and Mrs. J W. Lokoy arrived
In tho city yesterday morning from
Durant and are comfortably located
at the Denning rooming houso on N-
Mrs. Fannie Wright and her daugh-
ter Miss Llllio Wright of Leonard
City Texas are In tho city visiting
tho family of W It. Roberts. Mrs.
Wright Is an aunt of Mrs. Roberts.
Rov. W. R. Brock and wlfo of the
Grady circuit spent Monday night with
Rev A. C. Brlggs on their way to
Berwyn to visit the family of Rov W
Are Allowed to Linger on Our Streets
Entirely Too Long.
Yesterday afternoon tho city coun
cil took some notion In regnrd to the
looso manner In which some of our
pastnro pcoplo handlo tho cows thev
take to and from the pasturos dally.
The action was timely.
Parties living In tho northwest nart
of the city say tho cows are allowed
to remain on C street northwest some-
times an hour or two nfter they are
taken from their lots before belne
driven out to tho pasture.
Theso cows nro becoming a cruat
nuisance tho way they aro handled.
and something will have to be done.
If the pound mnn was to follow In
tho wake of tho pasturo man and
when he found tho cattle roaming at
will take charge of them nnd drive
them to the pound and make tho pas
ture man pay for their relenso. per
haps tho pasture man would bo a lit-
tle more enreful in future.
RAVAGES OF THE COW.
Finest yet Llthla Water at $1.00
per case. CROWN BOTTLING zb
per case. Crown Bottling Works.
Baby caps at cost at Mrs. James.
SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION TO
CO CENTS ROUND TRIP.
Leaves ARDMORE 10:42 a. m..
8UNDAY JUNE 8th Returning same
day. A. W. DUNHAM. Accnt.
Medicated salt a boon to farmers
and stockmen Felker sells it. 30-Ct
t n in
Tuesday night Juno 3 Is tho regu
lar meeting night of the Lincoln club.
You nro requested to bo present ns
there Is business of importance If
you aro not a member come and Join
us. Tho meeting will bo held nt tho
court house at 8:30 o'clock p. m.
T. B. JOHNSON
I See A. Parks tbe
Marble Man Oppos-
ite Court House. 1
The Road to Wealth
Don't throw nway your
goods bring them here. Wo
Do lock and koy work
Ropalr sowing mnchincs
Ropalr typewriters t
Ro-covor umbrelas ;
Sharpen shears nnd
25-lm 0. W. RITTER & SON
'Phone 142 for bus or baggago
wagon. Meets all trains day and night.
11-lm LIGHT & THOMPSON.
A. V. DOAK
ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE CAN BE
BOUGHT AT THE ARDMORE NA
TIONAL BANK AT ALL TIMES TO
PAY FOR LOTS. 12-tf
I have a select class studying short
hand; can accommodate a fow moro.
If you desire learning a system of
shorthand that can be written and
read with perfect ease and great rap-
idity now is your opportunity.
Garret & Bingham's office.
A. E. ROGERS
All kinds of Territorial
Drinks. .. Short Orders.
East Main St. Ardmore.
W. S. SMITH
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 E.
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 In Roland's CblniHill Main 31.
KEGL & SON have moved
their drain Mouse to the bit;
Iron Store across the rail-
road trade where they are
better prepared than ever to
supply their many custom-
Merchants are Invited to
0. T. TYLER
PUR CELL I.T.
the besfFlour sold in
the Indian Territory
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