The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 164, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 18, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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Not the cheaply made sweat shop stuff shown ' y many houses and called good but the pro-
ducts of the Largest and Best Factories in the country operated under the most rigid sani-
tary regulations is the kind that you buy from us. and the kind it pays to buy. When you
pat on one of our suits you can rest assured that you are wearing the products of honest la-
bor skillfully executed. Then we sell good clothing for less than the average merchant
Eell the cheap kind because our combination of 16 Big Retail stores buy (500 suits of a kind
where the average merchant buy 25 of a kind; which gives us the advantage in price and
cash discounts of 25 per cent.
Buy Clothing at $
25 Per Cent.
Yctjtb'a 2 pic hftnt 1'ant Soitt. in Hootch
tvecda skeleton liod. aaacrfd Maty dtain
Yoa't L'jnn Paot Sait io a variety of
wav- and afeadt&Ka aitieton nBca. very
atjrlUot $5.00 TaJota.
Ao eilra fist line of Vooth 2 pise Loot;
Pant H01U is variety of abadea of Gy Tan
etc 10 wool enub. a 16.50 raJnt.
Y"uth'i light weight Scotch weave akeleton
hod aaok aait in Maorted fancy shades a
7 .) valoe.
( Youtb'a twcll 2 piece Sack Soiit in light
weight vroolena skeleton lined attractive col-
' onnci. a 110 rain.
-VIen's 3-Piece Suits
' pie Saek fe'nta liffbt weight wooleni dark
bade with invisible strip ehot effect cateea
;ined all 'hit. fG 00 valoe.
i I -?e Saek Sail sprint; weight woolena in
.S'-j'?b weaves sbadea of Lloe screen and mix
turr. farmer catia lined 19 00 valae.
J Pi" Sack Sait sprint: weitrht Eocliah
rw'J aaorted iniet fbadingf farmte atin
a rrjja'ar valae.
i piece Side Suit ia a great varietv of
wavs and colorings both stira and regnlar
' i .'f. tTV- lininc. hair elnth intrlininc
irnarante:inK coat froct to retain its shape a great wearer
$12 (Hi value.
Men's 2-Piece Suits
I 2 piece Sack SniU skeleton lined wool Crafb
I Tan and Grey mixtnrea. ?G 50 mlue
J piece Sa?k Sniti skeleton lined' wool crash
in pretty light sbadea a nobby inexpensive
suit real $7.50 valnc.
An assorted lot of llen'f 2 piece Sack Snits
in a variety of standard weave all are S.V)
to 10 00 valoes.
2 piece wool crah skeleton Sack Snits in Grey
and Tan mixture very stvlish and nobby
snits coat front with hair cloth interlidiog
holding front in perfect shape theee are real -10 Ofl values.
Special lot of tnen't 2 piece Sack Suit.?
skeleton lined in a variety of weaves and
I mixed shading? $12.50 values.
A u 7 to It
( Bora 2 tiece light spring worsted anita in col
ora of Greys and Tans very serviceable atd
' lightly well made sateen lining $2 vaine.
Hoys' 2 piece anita in light Scotch woolens in
popular Greys and Tans both uar and
' r nii cut wool crash stvl ibadiogh $2X val.
lVy' 2 piece jiare cat light weight wooleL
m'f-u lind assorted popular shades a l';.50
. m Iloya' 2 piece fj'iare acd roand r-nt
A ' salts in a variety t o: r Iannis
'i piece Sack Snit in a variety of weaves of
- English and Scotch njixtnres. serge lined
' with interlining of haircloth in coat holding
it in perfect share $15 00 value.
Sf m CC ' -J pic Sack Saita in fine light weaves as-
I 0 .UU """"'I 'nt and dark qniet shades fine serge
' lined coat front interlined with hair cloth
guaranteeing it again: breaking $ 1 00 ralnes.
.y---i-1rii--i- S-S-J-K-K-S-fr-:--!"!- ;!.
! piece Sack Snit fine light weaves quiet
- dark shades fine serg lining coat front
' with hair cloth interlining $25 00 values.
I STOUTS 3 pie2e Sack Suit for fat
tren. in a variety ot weave and df
' -igns good lininir. hair floth iuteriiainy
;r (-itt tr'r.f f.o.df.g if in perfect shape tul line.
$9 to $15
' Crashes. Kreucn
J U. kll'i.fii.nl bliuili..
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We will sell you a peir of pants wor'h in at'y s'ure $5 00
for ' 54 00
The best grade tf 4-50 Pants yon get here for S3 50
Best 5 values in Pjnts you get here for S3 00
An elegant lice of Pants in regalar and $.' 50 values we
sell you for $2 50
Pant that other show you at $2 50 and $3 can Le had of
us for S2 00
Pants that would be called a bargain by other houses at $2
nr.- here for $1 50
MADDEN & COMPANY
1 11 (;.!& I!i '
i. ' k. I T May 1-W- r ad tn
MBvy rain lut nlKht. Irjp"ts
:;notbl lor another nbower to
fi- i.irn.ri' -ay lity bare
iy be r n I KM IS taking
. . lvanta.
("in la growing rapidly anrt ot
1 r t.hf farnera have plowed tbelr
. r 1 thi aecond tlw.
nofi is not dolN ao well as it
i.'.'iM owing to tlio wet weatlior.
1 owever there Is plenty of lime f
-.Mi ii yet
I in measles are Mill raging In our
I I ut Ht'Mnltty of Cheek passed
. iKh last wtek wJth bis horses.
Li. i were stolen about three weeks
Ho found them np near Rob.
it 1 f Kannln cuiinty Tex
i y 1 ;.ti ivt'it here. She re-
1 ' j in that section.
. mi "i ( luck orajuilM'd
1 ' 111. nlitht with H
' 1 !.- pi 1 l.li nt ami Owirge
Tht 'ollonlcx are the preT&tllQi
prices paid tor produce todfcy:
Wheat tl do.
Hay .'. p r bale.
Iluttr 12y4c to 20e.
(Uy William Newman.)
Ducks I'tr dozon. 12.00.
Turxeye Orosa Oe.
Ilena Per doien 12.50.
Prying Chickens IZMft 3 00
Kbbs Per doien J1V4C.
Greon hldoa 4 to 6c.
Dry Hldea iUllc.
(Ily Cold Storage Market.)
Fat (grornil U -'ill '
Vat wlvwi ja.i'Offloo
Pat hug (grf.ns) f! '.(i 4 ' "
SUGGS & BRO.
An Open Letter
i mm th- Cliapln H '. New:Eiirly
in m..- Hp rlii my Kite ami I were tak-
i with diarrhoea and no Bevero were
Mil- pains that we called a physician
liu .recrlbsl for us hut his raeill-
i in k tailed to lve any relief. A
iiii ini who had h liottle oi ('hnmhor-
liiui H C'olir ('ho)i'ra aud Diarrhoea
lt mi'ily oik ilKllil KUVe each ot IIS U
don- anil we at once felt thu effects
I procured n liottle hiiI heforu usIiik
tlio entlro ronturits vo wore entirely
mred It Is a wonderful remedy and
Hliould tin found in every houiioliold.
H (' Ilally wlltor. This romody is
for hiiIo by P. J. Ilaiiimy. Ardmore
Drug Co. nud W. 1). Pramu.
it Ik always host to ei on the right
mlc (if ti man especially If ho Is dsnf
ii hiH lett ear.
A Leston In Health.
Itiulthy kidneys filler the impure
tuH from tho hlood and unless they
On Hits good health Is Impossible
l ..ley h Kidney Cure make sound
I nine) a and will positively rure nil
f. rum of kidney and bladder disease
it htrengtheiu the whole sytslcm. Ptr
ii- )y Uoniior A Homier.
1 II m l WUMkUlM VIIBH Tllill ll".'i.
Uioh'. name on It then you know you
lu. vc the best. Sold by J. l I'rcddy
A Continual Strain.
Many niu and woine.i are oi an.
ly subjected to what tin v . i i:i-ri v
twm "a continual strain' Imkbuw i
some tiitattciai or raniiy trouble it
wears and dlstrvaaes them imth nu n
tally and physically afl t ihk tin li
nrvos badly aiel brliiKltiK .m im
and kidney rfllmeuts with tin' iiit. n'
ant ovlls of lonstlpation 1 . s of .11
pi'tlto sleeplessness iow iialiiy an I
oeepondency. They cannot as a niii
get rid of thin "continual Mntiti." b.n
they can romody Its health destroying
effects by takliiB frequent Joc- vt
Oreon's AtiKiist Plowor. It toneH up
tho liver stimulate Uio kidneya. In
rniroH healthy bodily futiotlotiH gives
vim and spirit to ono'.t whole being
and eventually dlsjKiltt tho physical
or montal dlvtrosti caused by "contlu
unl Htraln." Trial bottlo of August
Plowor 26 conta; rogxilar glzo 75
cents. At City Drug Storo.
y 4 !? e c bj a .b
Staple aod Faocy Groceries
Hardware. Lcmtier and all hinds of Building Material.
Kxciusive Agents for the Celebrated "Leader" Flcu'.
Every Sack gnurnnieed. Speeinl prices given to
Merehuntb on Flour. 'Jroceries Ktc
niQrifST iuikt pwcc m m aiKntns ii m
"Trade with us and he Satisfied."
"THIS IS THE WAY OF THE WISE."
OF COURSE YOU ARE GOING!
v. Lu-. v.h t- rn'sh you with litorr.tarp rc;aivp to tao bmldin.va. fcotola. low
i t : inun service. i-c. i n.. vi . .v i. I . 7. ..Ni. . .
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C. W. STRAIN Dive
'J . W'CH tAi AA-; J
You Can Be Cured.
Nt 11 CJr Trrc
Hut apKi.ius Ark. April a 1903.
When I mi Crrt marruil I irunil that ray itrtUKtb snd
brallli wire LTUiJunlly illmlulhlni. 1 became ncrruua
ami Irritalilr mill wot In Lnl a vrtck auil aometlnita leu
nt i vrry month anil bJ Intenne brarlo dom j.alni.
My liutban.l bail the Ltit ihytcloa far lne and 1 uttd
Ma nii-.llcllie lor ntaily (our niontht tut 1 gradually stew
Minmt bad lri atieuslb and Unally 1 u usable to lra
oy bed at all.
A frlrnd who railing on me brought me a bottle of
Wine of C'arilul and mi ao loud In IU pralae that 1 told
htr that I would take It to plcaae her.
I naa auriirliid and pirated that before I bad uttd the bottle I really felt
I . 1 1 .. ... I L...ii.l.rt L'UI.
bctllct brought back ujrlott health ttU 7" ' w f-t
and ttreuk'th. and 1 hate not lad a C- 7
Ilea vmj iu iia wivuiut.
r. r low raloa to tie World's Fnlr
via tho Texas anil ami I'ariflp railway
nsk nny tltkct nijeiit or write K. 1'
Ttirnif Kenural iiasseiiKer aBent Unl
What do you think! A nl.
ter rubber lira boaay lor $'"
the way I'ri'.lily In si'IIIhk bu
Keep fri'fh the porlhlmlilo
butter ati.l milk In n refrlKi-rat
WllllatiiK Corlin & Co.
. ( ia i
Tautoaaa Br. Ancaawii' Hocirrr.
Mr. KimiCKiin had little hope of relief becaiiFe hc knew that every
time be htul thoo fjK'llg vt ineiibtrual lutTorinir with attendant bearing
iluwn imins she was wunktr. And every month the vain was growing
more f were.
Hut Mr. Fmnegan was cured by Wine of Cardui. Pho is now fo
will that there re few women who would not be clad to have tho health
ihe Imp. And any wnman who has those dreaded bearing down pains
. an hau the fame relitf.
Yon can bo free from menstrual irregularities if you tako this iiure
veuetable wine. Wliv ilm't you take it when you reo what It has done
f.ir ethersV urt aVottle t Wino of Cardui today.
t ir (Irtii'L'ist has J1.00 bottles.
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j We Know your wants
jj m the GROCERY LINE nud can please you. All we ask t
is nn opportunity to try it. We Keep
Everything Under One Roof.
and every ounce of our stock is fresh from the farm or
factory. Prompt City Delivery.
FELKER THE GROCERi
CTv7. . .. .atrrO Of
A tboronirh. practical training school complete and nn to date In Am ..
Day and night achonl thB entire year. Day lmplla attend nii'ht achnni S.'hJK.VJli
charge.. Tuition $7.W per month or flO for unlimited .chnlarahln lioar.1 '.in Vi tl fn
I pur month. No vacation. I'uplle may enter at any time KvirT rmnii i. .il 1 "H
!r.tormay adtance a rapidly a. hi. ablllfi pVrmYt 'Thoronhn?'1 in
an irteat time countatent with efflelenoy. lteferenc"-Auv hnk ? bnklVnftDH nlf S
ualnetvlll Kor CJtnl.igue add.ett Auy Dnl: 0 r butlnes firm In
' '' HRLVIPHB. A. M. M. Acot Pro.ldent (lalne.vlile iv.a.
TAKE THE ARDMORKITK
Utros iP. v t
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