The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 149, Ed. 1, Sunday, May 1, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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T 13 $
Have You Seen
Them ever Shown
and Laces Con-
HIGH Class Garments in attractive dainty effects that please at sight and come within reach of
all purpcs Our Early Spring Stock in the Waist Line was evidently correct in both Styles and
Prices because they have all sold out. Now Conies Another I3ig Shipment of Waists representing
the Newest Creations of Modern Designers "Up to the Hour" in every respect which we will dis-
play This Week at Under Value Prices. The few numbers quoted below convey only a faint idea
of what we have to show you.
Deautifnl line t New in
u (.'rent variety of 8tyls. price
25c and up.
New II And Bas new abapew
and popular atadts at plenaiuc
1'i-attv New Shirt Waist Set? in
pearl (run metnl and Kilt.
New Hack C'ombf. New Side
Combu Riitl New Stray Lock
New Kid Ciloves in all popular
ahades- see our Warranted $1
Pretty New line of Faucy Collars
at 15c and up.
New bice Hosiery for Misses and
Children in white pink bine
nud ulnefe. popular prices.
New White Silk I'mian Lawns'
at 50r 3."e and 25l"
Ladies' Ne-.v Linen Skirt.
Beautiful Line of New Ki cured
Lawi.s at only 'J5r 20t Ilk-
am) - 10c
White Lawn Waists
i Uond White Lnwn Waists with 3 row of wide
lace ineertinu nnd pleats down fron4 pleats behind;
I also the same ptylo with embroidery innerting
I wortli 73c our undenaltu' price fiOa.
I Sheer White Lawn Waists with 3 rowi of drawn
j work inserted between clusters of o narrow pleats
j in frout ple.ua behind faucy collar; same style
i with wide luee insertion fine pleats special pries 75c.
Fine Sheer White Lawn Waists front of fine tucks
fininhed with embroidery inserting and medalion.
very dainty pleated back; same style with front of
tucks pleatx'and lace inserting pleated collar-- and
luck real value iU 2o our undervalue price 1 00
Fine Sheer White Lawn Waists with frout c t tucks
nud Swiss inserting tucked collrtraud ideated back;
another Waist with front of Allover Swiss embroid-
ery tucked collar two clusters of narrow pleats
behind tegular $1 25 Waists undervalue price $1
Fine White Persian Lawn Waists with deep yoke
of Allover Swiss embroidery edged with Val lnce
inserting Swiss inserting down front collar fin-
ished with Val inserting cuffs with tucks and hem-
stitching Si. 50 values for $1.25.
Fine Shcf-r White Lawn Waists with front of All-
over Swiss embroidery in novelty wheel patterns
edged with lace inserting pleats down thf arms
collar finished with Val inserting tucked cuffs with
1 hemstitched edg pearl buttons a $1.jU val. 1 2u.
i Fine White Persian Lawn Waists with front of
rrv I fine pleats and Chiny inserting alternating pleated
() I collar with hemstttclipd edges cul finished with
VKJ plants ami pearl buttons our under value price
1 only $1.50.
Linen and Madras Waists
I Fine white Linen Waists front covered with bias
! pleats new collar in d culls finished with pleats
I and pearl buttons regular i?-!."i0 waists our under-
1 value price $2-00.
( Fine White Linen Waists pleated front finished
with Inrs-J pearl buttons aul laundered cult' reg-
! ular$2.50' values for 52.00.
Fine Mercerized Figured White Madras Waists
1 voko and gathered front finished with large Fish
live pearl buttons worth 2. 50 undervalue price
I 2 00.
f Fine White Shen Lineu Waists with two wide
I double pleats down fruit finished with clusters of
pearl buttons gjod $3 50 values our under value
price &J 00.
I Fine White Sheer Linpu Wnists with frout of bias
1 pleats new collar cutf-i finished with pleats and
. pearl buttons good $3 50 values our price only
Fine Sheer White Mercerized Madras Waists
front of bias pleats pretty new collar cuffs fin-
I ished with pbats and buttons good $3 50 values
Fine White Embroidered Linen Waists with
front heavily embroidered finished with pleats
and large pearl buttons a regular $4 50 Waist for
A new line of Black Silk Waists at $U. $3.50 $4
Beautiful White Wash Silk Waists at.... $3.50
Fine White Lawn Waists beautifully trimmed
at $2.00 up to $4.00
Beautiful Gauze Silk Fans $3 50
New Allover LacPs and Em-
broideries per yd $4.00 to 50c
Pretty figured White Oxfords
25 20 and I 5c
3(i iuch Brown Dress Linen
special value at 25c
Organdies in all popular shades
at per yd 20 to I0C
CS-inch White Organdies at per
yd $1.00 to -25c
Satin striped Eolienne a pretty
dress frabric in all solid col-
ors special values at per
Fine white Shirtwaist Linens
at 75 and .. 50c
New Ribbons iu Taffeta and
Satiu Taffeta White Cream
and till popular shades and all
width up to No. 200.
White Welt Pique 25 2(). 15
White Dotted Swisses per yd 50
Madden & Co
r. . ft: .'. .v'i :l
a a 1
TWO MURDER CASES ON.
i Still Out in Moreheatl Case D.
D. Starr's Reversed Case.
TIiIiib an- kiIikIIhk along slowly at
I'auli Valley In court ilrdes. Two
murder cag on at onr uiul otlu-r
biuluets tnuiiacteil dnrltiB the' Interim.
Yoslortlny mornltiB the Jury In Uic
Moruhead murder case was still out
and no one could tell anytlilns as to
how thoy stood.
In the muantlmo J. W. Syltes
ilmrtfuil with lncofct and rape plended
Utility before JiuIko Townsond nnd
Mot two years.
V. II. Johnson atter lnvoBtlgatlnj;
tlio cftia of Charley Poole who killed
auotlier boy nesT Johnion while out
liuntttiK and wat Indicted for murder
i . commended that the case against
Mm bo dltuiiaaed and Jiutuo Town-
M ud dlsmUtetl It.
Friday morning U. D. Starr charged
v.lth murder wa put on trial and up
in Friday night the jury had been e-
ured and all thn government witnosi
t h except one had been examined.
Dandy Btarr was tried and convht-
! cf the murder of V. H. Forbe
foreman of a Bectlon gang on the San
1 1 Fe north of Wynuewood on SopU'in-
lit r 2 ltl. by placing a piece of
Inn on the track. Forbe' handcar
u the first to come along and the
t.bitmitton threw the car from the
track causing the death of Forbes
t'tarr was given a life sentence In
the penitentiary ana 1ms served
about olsttteon months of his time-
already. In tlio monntlma the case
wan appoaled and the court of appeal
ievurod his cane. He l now on trial
tlio second time
1 Tho students at Ardmore lluslncss
Colloge want to do your stenographic
work. 5-1 1"
Notice to Contractors.
Salfd bids will be ri--t Ivi-d at the
olllco of Whito & Myall anijltects.
Ardim re. I. T. until 2 o'clock p. m.
Mny i l'Ji'l for the erection and com-
pletion of a two-story stone or brick
Flans and specifications can bo seen
after Wauosday April 27 at tho of-
llco of White & Myall architects and
at tho olllco of tho mayor In Noble
Kach bid shall be accompanied with
a certllloil clieck of 5 per cent of bid
to bo made payable to It. W. Dick
mayor same to uo ionuiiou snuum
tho successful bidder fall to make sat-
isfactory bond within Ilvo days nfter
Tho city reserves tho right to re
ject any or all bids.
WH1TK Si MYAI.U
In the Unlttd Statt s court In the In-
dian Territory Southern district:
Westhclmer & Daube plaintiff vs.
Nettie I-aster et al. defendants. (
Tho defendants C. L. I-aater Con
Laster Ed I-tster Mary Uarnett and
Etta Parks are warned to appear in
this court In thirty days and answer
tho compallnt of the plaintiffs West-
helmer & Daube.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townsend
Judge of said court nml the seal there-
of this 21 day of April. 1904.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
Uy W. S. CROCKETT Deputy.
J. C. Thompson attorney.
W. D. Potter attorney for non-resident.
Fist published April 22 1904.
Summer's scorching heat Is unknown
inside Williams Corhn & Co'b. refrlg-orators.
Nothlnn Equal to Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Hcmeaytor
Elawel Complaints .n Children.
We have used Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy in our
family for years says Mrs. .1. U.Cooke
of Nederlaads Texas. We have given
It to all of our children. We have used
other medicines for the same purpose
but never found anything equal to
Chamberlain's. If you will use it as
directed It will alwayt cure. For sale
by F. J. Ramsey Ardmore Drug Co.
W. 11. Frame.
Wo sell glasses at such reasonable
prices that It doesn't pay to ruin oye-
right Uy trying to do without the help
we provide. F. J. Ramsey.
Filial piety is one of the strongest
traits of the Corea character. A son
must wait upon his father and If tho
father be sent to prlsoCthe child will
stay oh guard outside awaiting tho
freedom of the parent.
Screen Doers an i Wire.
All makes and e1 Hat i
rr-Uh .-t tarn '!' r ri I' It
. I y r
A correspondent write to Know if
there is any way to. make a woman
stop talking. Sure. If chloroform
doesnt work git a ax.
Serious Stomach Trcuble Cured.
1 was troubled with a distress In
my stomach sour stomach nnd vomit-
lug spells and can truthfully say that
Chamberlain's Stnmnch and Liver tab-
lets cured me Mrs. r. V. Williams
lalngsburg Mich. TUes tablets are
Kuaranteed to cure evory caso of
stomach trouble of this character. For
.ilo by F. J. Ramsey Ardmore Drug
Co. W. U. Frame.
When a man kisses a girl right on
the mouth she can not scream If she
wants to. anil by the time she can
scream she usually doesn't waut to.
llofore R. W. Dick mayor of the
city of Ardmore Indian Territory.
John L. Gait ot af plaintiffs vs.
S. M. C. Davis defendant.
Tae defendant S. M. C. uavis is
warned to appear In this court within
thirty days and answer the coir.rlalnt
of plaintiffs John L. Call et rl.
Thin first day of April 1901.
(Seal) R. W. DICK.
Mayor of tho City of ArJmore.
First published April 1 1901.
BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. I
In the failed States court for the
Sutithern district of the Indian Tcrrl
In the matter of Ed Ringer bank-
rupt. In Bankruptcy.
To the Honorable Hosea Townsend
Judge of the district court of tae
United States for tho Southern dis
trict of the Indian Territory:
Ed Ringer of Ardmore in the South-
ern district of tho Indian Territory
in said district respectfully repre-
sents that oh the 9th day of Febru-
ary last past he was duly adjudged
bankrupt under the acts of congress
relating to bankruptcy; that he has
duly surrendered all his property and
rights tf propel ty and has fully com-
plied with all the requirements of
said acts and of tho orders of the
court touching his bankruptcy.
Whorefoie he prays that he may
be decreed by the court to have a full
discharge from -all debts provable
against tits estate under said bank-
rupt acts except such debts as arc
excepted by law from such discharge.
Dated this 2Sth day of April A. I)..
A Cure for Htsdaehe.
Any man woman or child sintering
from headache biliousness or a dull
drowsy feeling should take one c- two
and morning. These famous liM'e 9 o'clock in tho forenoon and that
Southern district of the Indian Ter-
On this 2Sth day of April A. D
1904 on rending tho foregoing potltlcn
It is ordered by tho court that a hear-
ing be had upon tho en mo on the 30th
day of May A. D. 1901 before said
court nt Ardmore in said district at
We've planned fully for your comfort. We Know
we bave an Extensive Stock of
Tte FamoUB WHITE MOUNTAIN
Freezers and Refrigerators
at a Oariraln
at a Sacrltlce
Lawn Mowers - Garden Tools
A GOOD BUGGY
Koran Afternoon l)rlvt
See Thorn! No trouble to Show
It v.ould not be a miss to call on us when you need
SHOT-GUN or FISHING TACKLE
We Arc Also the Sink's Skre
pills are famous bocxi.to they are a
tonic as well as a rMl. While they
cleanso the system tlcy strengthoi
and rebuild it by their tonic offect
upon the liver and bfwols. Sold by
A ICnnsas man does not want to CO
t) heaven for fear tf meeting his first I not i0 granted.
notice thereof bo published in the
Ardniorelte n newspaper printed In
said district and that all known cred-
itors and . other porsons in intorest
may appear at the said time and place
and show cause if any thoy have why
the prayer of said petitioner should
Cures Coughs anc' Colds
Mrs. C. Patterson. C :.i Ijike St. To-
peka Kansas says: Of all cough
remedies Mallard's II;tc-hounl Syrup
Is my favorite; It haa done and will
Ait all tl.nr I-- tlni"Vi lor It to
1 ' ' " .11-
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured
1 have been subject to sciatic rhou-
matlsm for years says E. II. Waldron
of Wilton Junction Iowa. My Joints
were stiff aud gave me much pain
and discomfort. My Joints would
crack when 1 straightened up. I used
Chamberlain's Pain balm aud have
been thoroughly cured Have not had
a pain or ache from the old trouble
for many months. It is certainly a
most wonderful liniment. For sal by
F. J. Ramsey Ardmore Drug Co. W.
Something new In ladies' lace col-
i' Special v .s t. : t 11 'R nt
And it Is further ordered by the
court that the clerk shall send by
mall to all known creditors copk'B o"
said petition and this order address-
ed to thorn at Uielr places of resi-
dence as stated.
Witness the Honcrnble Hosea
Townsend judgo of the said courv
and the seal thereof at Ardmore m
said district on the 2Sth day of Apii'.
1901. C. M. CAMI'UEIX Cleik.
(Seal of court.)
Potter llowman and Potter.
First published April 29. 1901.
Thnr. is wnrtli a n.nnf lor.i :.. ti.
iKft'-m corafort aud henth K'ves is within
- V usS your reach nt a moderate eosr. lr
LA(;'P:-'' "T?? 118 Bveyou an estimate on an up-to-ifcmW
ft y'li'imm llate blth room equipment onen
WiS3 V '.DMH Plumbinc. potcelam or ennmleil tub
r(W nul nerftet eauitaiy connections
fcss- ThWW V .gg Our prices are lowest for hiK!i ehiss
Telephone .N . 135.
4 HOOKS SOUTH OF POSTOFPICE.
Stonocrgaphic work executed neatly
at. 1 'i" ' 'i I'j tt Ardm. t' O .-mt
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