The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 176, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 1, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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Beginning Wednesday morning June 1st ending Saturday night June 11th; 400 Men's Suits; 1200 Pairs Men's Pants; 1300 Boys' and Youths' Suits; also a big
lot of Men's Shoes go in this Special Sale with profits sacrificed and in many instances at less than it cost to manufacture the goods.
Our Enormous StocK of Clothing Must Be Reduced to Normal Proportions
Which we arc determined to do within 10 days by malting prices Irresistable. Our Clothing is all marKed on the original Factory Label with blacK inK in plain
1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-0 figures. Every article included in this Special Sale stands marKed just as it was marKed when received. The sale of price reduc-
tions -advertised on this page will be deducted from the marKed price on each garment. It is easy to push pencil marlts up a few notches and then cut the price
and maKe a profit. But the people Know that this is not the Madden way of doing business. When you taKe into consideration the enormous quantity of cloth-
inp bought by our combination of 16 Big Retail Stores the price concessions and cash discounts that we invariably get places us in possession of our clothing at
least 25 per cent less than the single handed merchants pay for same grade of merchandise. Then our small profit policy of doing business brings our regular
selling prices down to about the figures that the average run of merchants would pay for the same grade of goods. Now the big discount from regular prices
that we offer for 10 days from June 1st to June 11th will furnish you an opportunity to buy clothing at about 25 per cent less than the average run of merchants
pay for it in the marKet. It is unnecessary for us to waste printer's inK commenting upon the superior quality and up-to-dateness of our clothing.
It is a household word in Ardmore and surrounding country that "If it comes from Madden's its right."
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Boys' Knee Pant Suits
We hnve in stock bv actual count over (J00 Boys'
Suits forages 13 to 10 vearf. They nil go " tbis sale at
following special reduced prices:
All $2 00 suits ko at
All $2 CO suits ko lit
All $11.00 suits ko at
All $11 50 suits ko nt
All $4.00 suits ko at
All $.') 00 suits k t
All $G.OO suits ko at
Our entire stock of Men's
$1.00 Shirts with collnrs
and cuffs attached. goes in
this Special Sale for each
100 pnirs Men's Lieut
Weight Summer Pant
our regular $2 00 sellers
go ic this sals at
At Half Price
i4 p inn r.. (T.mn P.mf Suite fnr nrr a
o 15 in a variety of stylos and weaves prices $100 to
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UU U suit KOin mis saiu in mm i rice
00 Boys' Suits ko for 50c
.')0 Buys' Suits ko for 75c
00 Bovs' Suits ko for. .-$1.00
50 Bos Suits ko for
00 Boys' Suits ko for .
50 Boys' Suits go for.
00 Boys Suits (jo t'or-
Onr entire line of Men's Pants at $2.00 up (6
willfgo in this special sale at 10 per ceut discount.
All $2.00 Pants ko for
All $250 Pants ko for.
All $3.00 Pants ko for
All $3.50 Pants go for
All $4.00 Pants ro for
All $5 00 Pants ro for
Men's 3-Piece Suits
Our entire stock of Men's 3 Piece Suits (black ex
cepted) ro in this sale at paralyzitiR reductions.
Oar $5.00 Sack Suits light weight woolens dark
shades in stripes and shot designs sateen liuings;
other stores get $0-00 for them in this special tfjo "JC
sale ut . J
Our $7.50 IMVca Sack Suits spring weight mod-
ern in Scotch weaves shades of blue green and mixtures
farmer satin lined; other stores get $S.50 and $9 00
for same Rrado suits our special price for ten lr ic
days only LF.UJ
Our $9.00 3 piece Sack Suits in sprinR weight
Euglish Tweeds assorted quiet shades farmer satin
lined sold elsewhere for $10 00 to $11.00 ro 7r
in this sale at only PU
Our $10 3-piec? Sack Suits in 11 variety of weaves
and designs both slim and regular sizes coat front inter-
'lined with hair cloth holding it iu perfect shape; the
gnulethn otliers sol' frj?12 00 injhien'e jy jq
Our $12.50 3-piece Sack Suits in weaves of English
and Scotch mixtures with coat front interlined with hair
cloth preventing it from breaking a $15 6uit IQ Aft
at ptber stores iu this sqe at .-.- py.U
Our $15 !) piece Sack Suitd in fine light weaves"
light or dark shades coat front with hair cloth interlining
Ruaranteelug it against breaking the usual $18 M OT
suits at Other houses in this sale at
Our $20 3-piece sack suits iu fine light weaves and
dark shades fine serge liuing coat frout interlined with
haircloth The crade that other stores would OIC
ask you $23 to $25 for in this sale ct .
Youths 3-Piece Suits
300 Youths' Long Pant Suits in n great variety of
styles and weaves for ages 11 to 19 years ro in this
special sale at less thau it cost to make them. The stock
must be reduced.
All $3.00 Youths' Suits ro at
All $3.50 Youths' Suits go at
All $4 00 Youth3' Suits go at
All $5 00 Youths' Suits go at
All $G 00 Youths' Suits go at
All $7 50 Youths' Suits go ut
All 10. U0 Youths' Suits go at
108 Men's Work Shirts
the regular 25c Eellers in
this ebI; at
Our entire stock of boys'
colored percale 50c waists
Two srecial lines "The Mound City and "Iluis-
kamp." will go iu this special sale at a big discount from
regular prices and we consider them equal to any shoe
made at the regulur prices
Our $2 Mound City Box Calf and Veal Calf Shoes
both bal ami congress with cap or plain toe extra
good $2 shoe iu this sale
Our $2 Mound City Glnze Dongola Shoes
with plain or cap toe hals. iu this sale at.
Our $2.50 Mound City Veal Calf Shoes in
bal. and congress both plain or cap toe this sale
Our $2 Uniskamp Vici bal. and congress
shoes with plain or cod toe in this sale at
Our $2 50 lino of Huiskamp Vici and Kanga-
roo Shoes jq congress and bale special price
One special lot of 200 Men's Straw Hats all shapes
and siz?s regular priceB 50c to $2.00 will go in thi3 sale
at 1-4 to 12 the repular prices.
Mexican Panama Hats for Men aud Boys the . -regular
25c kiud ro in this big special sale at lOC
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 176, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 1, 1904, newspaper, June 1, 1904; Ardmore, I. T.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc79534/m1/2/: accessed July 24, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.