The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 162, Ed. 1, Monday, May 16, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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MADDENS DAILY STORE NEWS
IS always of interest to the public. It contains information that is pleasing because it is profitable. It directs the people to Ardmore's Shopping
Headquarters where they get values that none but the Madden Combination Stores can produce; Where they get Fresh Up-to-date Merchandise for
Less than can be OfTered by any House in the Territory; where they are served by courteous accommodating salespeople who put forward every
effort to please. Your money is always cheerfully refunded on any article bought here that is not satisfactory. Read Our Store News Today.
1) ittnd India Silks for Shirt Waist fc'ui'.s r
Ti.- are very striking and inexpensive per
Novelty Drew Good one special lot in a variet;. of
and lt--ini all this wagons' Kocde that are
r. L'ular 'Joe valnea. your choice of the lot per yd
():.- lot Novelty Dr8 Fabrics of this aeason'n pur.
' worth 50c the world over choice of lot per yd
Fnulurdh In a?sorti d styles that are worth
r ":i ir .")' per d point; at
Flowered Organdie The iifw kind that are IV
vjl'!"" tier yd only -
..LADIES' VESTS AND HOSE..
i mi Dz. of the 15c Lace Vests yon can buy them i r
nt vach 1
so Doz. Ladies' 20c Hibbed VeaU are troint: 1 5c
7o Doz Ladies' Mercerized and Lisle Vet3 that T ff
are ioc vulnes each for...
50 Doz Ladies' fioe 50c Liale Veats kj ! for 75c
Ln'lie-' Hutc-to Doz. Ladlts Black Lace Lisle Hnse OEp
fi it are good 33c values a i air. only Ju
." I) . Ladlri' Mat It Lacs Lisle Hose aborted pattcrii Cflp
p . u a!utN at II 00 T.V and uUu
r D . Children Black Lace llo-e extra values r.
t J or pair ) 2.V: and 'Ou
..LADIES' WRAPPERS WAISTS AND SKIRTS..
Ladies' Hady to-Wear Wnppjr -It pays to buy them
when yon can et here Wriprt-rs of Rood perealp made up
in firt c!a?s stjle niHy iinihfl. in cood washable
colors pretty patte;n. at $1 J 5. $1 and
fl value? for
5 values for
$6 values for
$7.50 vol. for
ues in Voile
$3.75 valuer for
$4.25 values for
$5 00 values tor
$2.50 values for
$ J. 75 values for
17 black Silk I'etticoats and Drop Skirts with deep tlotincts
hemstitched pleated and iuflld bought 35 per cent under1
value by our representative in the East your
choice of ths kl t r
An elaborate line of Net Top and Allover Lace j it re-c-ived.
Also Band Trimming') in White Cream and Linen
..300 WHITE QUILTS..
fin .n sale thl week at prices that Done but the Madden stutea can make.
You can buy them thl week at the usual wholesale cist.
Bnys a kdo;1 full siz?d Spread worth in any stoie $1.
1 f( Buys a larJ siz? Spread that sells everywhere
2 00 Ii(lvs n IarK s 71 s1reaJ lat se"s ever-vwnere fr
i A IJ'ivs our regular $1 50 Spread. It is less than
hey enn be made for today.
? Affts a White Quilt that we sell regularly a. S2.
1 tU 0 o-hers sll them for -2 25 to 2 50.
Q i ft ff At this pri?e we sell you thii w?ek a White Spread
p 1 . O wortll Sj so.
..TABLE LINENS. THIS WEEK..
At prices that none but the Madden Stores can produce. They are !' to
i" per cent. unler value because they were bought that way.
1C Will bny 54-inch Bleached Table Damssk worth any
6 v wher-4 .'Jos per yard.
lSr Buvs C2-iuch Bleached Table Dimnsk worth 45c per
Zfn Gets 72-inch Bleached Table Damask worth in any
JVJL store 75a yord.
7r Buys 72-inch Bloached Table Damask worth Si jier
' JL yard.
G I Will bny 72 inch Blenched Table Damask wonh
P ?125 yard.
ICp Gets Unbleached Table DamKk worth 35c per
ONE PRICE MsddSE CO. SPOT CASH
CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC
-r.rritnri.il ami Recordinn District
Hy vlilni' of tiit authority vt'btca
In me as chairman of t!i U. moiratlc
executive committee of Indian Ter-
ritory and conformity to the reolu-
Hon cf mid committee duly con-
vened. 1 hereby cU n territorial
Democratic convention to be held In
the city of Durnnt. Indian Territory
on the 10th day of June 1904 for the
lurpoo of toleetlnK six delegate and
bI nlternatot to the natlonnl Demo-
cratic convention to be held In St.
lioula .Mo. on July C. 1901. The ie-
lection ot a Democratic executive
committee for Indian Territory and n
chairman thereof. AIo to recom-
mend (o the national Democratic com-
mittee some person for national com-
mitteeman for Indian Territory at
which satd convention representation
lias been provided by recording dis-
trict aa follows:
Recording district No. 1 &
Recording district No. 3 9
Recording district No. 3 8
liecording district No. t 9
Recording district No. 5 8
Recording district No. 6 9
Ritordlug district No. 7 9
Recording district No. S 9
Uecordinu district No. 9 9
Recording district No 10 9
Recording" district No. 11 9
Recording district No. 12 9
Recording district No. 13 9
Recording district No. 14 10
Rocordlng district No. IS U
RccorJlng district No. 1C 13
Rocordlng district No. 17 It
Recording district No. IS 9
Recording district No. 19 10
llecordliiK district No. 20 11
Jtocoraing dlirtrlct No. 21 10
Rocordlng district No. 22 11
Recording district No. 23 10
Recording district No. 21 10
Recording District No. 25 14
For Uj? iuriose of electing said
delegate to tho territorial convention
aforesaid a recording district conven-
tion is hereby called to convene at
the place of records In each of the
25 recording districts of Indian Terri-
tory on the 10th day of May lflOI.
for the purpose ot electing delegates
to lhe territorial convention; each
tecofdlng district to elect the numbe:
of delegates to which it Is entitled
a shown above. The follow inn pet:-
tlenien haw I-' ''" ' n ' i !
tl.rj i'i '1':. ' I. ! . 1
b aiH""!i'' '1 ' recording
in t cn' '.tu n to oiiltT to wit.
1 fha- Williams Miami
2 K.lgar Smitli Vinlta
3 J. A TilletM n Nowata
4 Win. Hall Claremore
5 S. H. Mayes... .Iryor Creek
C A. U. Cunningham Tahlenuah
7 Fred Parkinson Wagoner
S I M. I'oe Samilpa
9 W. W. "Wood.. '....Okmulgee
10 D. M. Wisdom Muskogee
11 W. M. l.lttlojohn Sallsaw
12 A. U. Mcfiarr Eufaula
13 D. V. Ilerry Wewoka
II Geo. II. Noble Poteau
15 P. D. Hrewer....S. McAlester
10 I. M. King Ada
17 J. H.Thompson. .Pauls Valley
IS J. F. Sharp Purcill
19 It. N. lulling Chlckasha
20 W. I. Gilbert Ryan
21 R. W. Dick Ardmore
22 W. II. Murray. . .Tishomingo
23 J. O. Campbell Atoka
21 U. P. Davenport Antlert.
25 U. U Williams Durnnt
J. J. McALBSTEH Chairman.
. D. BREWER Secretary.
Si JS fi " i cR A A T I
SUGGS & BRO.
1 Staple and Fancy Groceries
i Hardvars. LumfeBr Md all hinds of Boildisg Material.
EscitisiveAnentsforthe Celebrated "Lender" Flour.
Every Sack cuuran'eed. Special prices given to
Merchants on Flour Groceries Etc
HT lUNtT Ht Pi rOR QIKKIB M M.
"Tratlc with tis and be Satisfied."
j "THISIS "
OF COURSE YOU ARE GOING I
L.t us f-:rnlah you with lltoraturo relatlvo to tho bulldlnKB hotela low
rii:oa train sorvlco etc. Ask your local aeont or uddresa
C. W. STRAIN division passcngcr ascnt
An Open Letter.
NVntn th fhanln. S. C Newn:Karl
1 tho anrlnir mv wife mid I weri tali !
en with diarrhoea and so severo wep-l
the pains that we called a physician
who prescribed lor us mil 111s mem-
clnes failed to give any relief. A
friend who had a bottle 01 Chamber
Iain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy on nand gave each or us a
dose and we at once felt the effects
I procured n bottle and before using
the entire contents wo were entirely
cured. It is a wonderful remedy and
should bo found in every household
H. C. Rally editor. This remedy Is
for wile by F. J. Ramsoy Ardmoro
Drug Co. and W. 11. Frame.
When a man and his wife walk
along the streets they should avd 1
the appearance of wrangling. This
may seem a Happy Hollow hint but
It is not.
A Lesson In Health
iicnithv kirinpvi filter the Impuri
ties from the blood and Unless ttx v
do this stood health Is HnpcuniM"-
Foley's Kidney Cure makes s- uml
kidneys and will positively cure nil
forms of kidney and bladder din a
It strengthen the whole system. Km
sale by llonnor & Itonuer.
For low rates to the World's Fair
via the Texas and and Pacific rail u a..
a-!c any Mf'.tt agent or wrttr- V P
1 . 'i 1- T-. ; .if. 11' ' ' i1
Yoi Can Be Cured.
No. 11 Cdr Tmce.
Hut HmiKfit An. Aprtt 28 190S.
Wbfn I ttm Crt married I found that ray itrrngth nd
htalth wtre gradually dlmlolihlng. I became ncrvoui
and Irritable and watin bed a week and iometlnua ten
dat a of every month and bad Intenie bearing down ralni.
My hunband bad the belt phyilelan lor mo and I uaed
till roediciixr for nearly Jour roontht but 1 gradually grew
worte. had leni itrengin and Anally 1 wat unable to lea
i ...i .. . .1
U'lb&l&$&:&&ti tb. botll. I really (lt
better ro I keit on uilng It. Klgbt
bottUibroUKhtback my Toit health f J- gjQ OlSVJ
and Hrengtb. and 1 hae cot bad a C-L S tSr"
tick day la m moutoi. (J
TaBAicaia HT. AxuEv' BocllTT.
Mrs. Finncoan had little hope of relief because ehe knew that every
time the had those spells of men.trual sullennc with attendant bearing
down pains she was weaker. And every month the pain was growing
But Mrs. Finnegan was cured by Wino of Cardui. ?ho s now so
w-ll that there are few women who would not 1 clad tohavo tho health
ebo ha?- And any w..maii who has those dreailwl bearing down pains
. an 1 avo the smo relief.
Ycu can be free from menstrual irregularities If you tako this pure
vrcctabl. wine. Why d .n't vou take it when ymi feo what it has done
f ir othirsV Secure a buttle t. Wine of Cardui today.
Your druggist Lai ilM bottles.
j We Know your wants !
X in the GROCERY LIKE and can plense you. All we nsk 1
is an opportunity to try it. We Keep
Everything Under One Roof. I
and every ounce of our 6tock 5b freBh from the farm or f
factory. Prompt City Delivery. J
FELKER THE GROCER !
? 'Phone 174.
A thorouirb practical trfttnlni: acbnol complete and nn o date In every depiirtmfnl
Oay and nlk'bt achnul the entire year. Ony putdla attend nitfbt school without eitra
bari.-e. Tuttli n J7.60 por month or f 10 for unlimited aeholrhti. Hoard 1U to ..M
tier month. No vacation. Puplla may enter at any time. Every pupil Is placed on m
rita or may advance aa rapidly a hla ability v.ill permit. TLorouirh tratnlni; In
'n nt time conltent with ufficlenry. Heterenees Any bank or bnilneaa Urm In
mini vli For catalogue add.eai-
n. r. HKLVIDOE. A. M. M. Accta.. Prenldent. rialneivllle. Tma
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 162, Ed. 1, Monday, May 16, 1904, newspaper, May 16, 1904; Ardmore, I. T.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc79520/m1/2/: accessed October 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.