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One lot r f ;2U pieces picked up by our
representative now in the Eastern mar
kets at one-third less than real value, go
ori sale this week less than jobbers' prices
Are continually coniinc all tin- new
weaves and etyles are added to our stock
as fast as they appear in the Eastern mar
kets. We offer below some extra good
things, much undervalue.
In the Season's Fullness at out of season
prices, more evidence of the Madden
Graham combination's buying advanta
ges. Our showing in this line surpasses
any past season in variety and low prices
Hlack Skirt Patterns of F.aked E,c..uie. -ft.rt
&re voile, worth r patterns, worth -J"'
Lace Voile skirt pat- ( Flaked Etatnine dr."i
t-rns in black, real Q f A
value $ir, for V 1 "
41 inch Black lirillian- -I! inch Black Hrillian-
tine, a bnriraia at rn , tine, worth"' $1
.Sc. per yard "UL ; per yard
.'sMnch Brilliantine in
blue and gray at
25 Pieces Variagatcd
Voiles, the 85c jr
kind, per yfl L DC
5 Pieces Fine French j Novelty Foulards in as
Zephyrs, worth 4 n i s6rted design, the n
t(, V,:i-. vd 1 OL'-1 5ckind. per yd . . OOL
r"" yards Embroidery I 1200 yards Embroidery
a real bargain at i worth 7 to hc at
per yard .
1500 yards Embroidery 11"0 yards Embroidery
worth 15c to i.'c a worth 20 to 2."c
per yd .
per yard .
9O0 ;,ards En. broidery 7oO yards Embroidery
worth 30 to 31k- worth -l" to 50c -j -per
yd Z u L , per yard 0DC
feOO yards' Embroidery 300 yards Embroidery
worth 00 to 75c jjn , l4 ins. wide. 75c j ry
por yard OUC J value, yd DUC
Beautifnl AUover Em- Allover Laces, beauti-
broideries, per yd. ful patterns, yard,
." c to "' 'c to
In pieces "White Lawn
that are worth now
7c per yard . . .
00 pieces India Lawn
would be cheap
at 12 c, yd
50 pieces White India
Lawn good 15c f J
grade, yd . .
1" pieces Fine White
India Lawn, spcl
values 15, 20
25 pieces White Pers- 20 pieces fine White
ian Lawn, real r i Persian lawn. 85c
value 20c. yd.
10 inch White Paris
Lawns, wqrtlt 35
4S inch White Paris
Lawns- worth 05c
per yard . .
.TO inch Silk Persian . 30 inch Silk Persian
lawns, worth 35c
lawns, worth G5c
i - :'i Wa - - li Pii tan a
,,; i.,,- : L 0L ta-i 7r
500 Pieces Embroidery Remnants
M i . ,i ' . i 1 s hi i ! a- :. ' 'i ' yui it j. 1 1
V.- . i ti
inch Whitf (ir'iir.- l- nic-ii Wnit"
tilts, v.ortli l' c p C'hinror. wor'ii
1 T :u (i
Once thfi was a man who arqnln il
a lot of money btcaune lie never tolJ
u lie and wa perfectly homi-t. He
got rich poln as a freak In a illim
Ballard's Hercheund Syrup.
Immediately relieve- l.oaree, rroupy
cougli. opprettted. rp-tlins. rasping
and difficult breathing Heno- C.
Ftearna. dnigalat. Sbulaaburg. Wl..
vrltea. May 20, 1901. 1 bave been
tllns lal!ard' Hoiehoond Syrup
ftr two ywira, and ba never bad a
jirtiiwraUon that baa Rlen better aat
lafactlon. 1 notice Uai when I ell
a b ttle Uiey come wck for more. 1
tan honestly tecoriune'i.l It. 2Sc, 50c
dud 1. Sold by "W. V-. Frame.
It a gtrl doeen't marry her flrtt love
it'i bif fault.
HEALTH IS YOUTH.
Dlswue and Sleknes taring Old Age,
Herbtne, taken eve.j morning av
ion breakfaat, will keep yoti in ro
bust health, Ot you to ward off dis
ease. It cures constipation, bilius
nun Mi-mnonalK. fever i kin. liver and
kidney complaints. 1 purines the
hlwl anil r I earn the c .molexlon. Mrs
D. W. Smith. Whitney. Tesas. writes
April 8. 12: 1 havf used HerDine
.-nd And it the best m-ilelne for con-
ctlnatlnn and liver trc bles. It doer
id' you claim for it. I can highly
rec.'imueuii It. 50cts a uotue.
Sold by W. B. Kran.e.
No one appreciates poor inmltb ex
cept the doctors.
Serious Stomach Trouble Cured.
1 wm troubled with a distress in
my stomarh, sour stomach and vomit
ing spells, and can tnnniuiiy say mai
Chamberlain s Stomnch and Uver tab
lets cured me Mm T. V. Williams
Ijilnesburp. Mich. T:;eo Ublets ore
guaranteed to cure every caso of
stomach trouble of this character. Tor
fale by F. J. Ramsey. Ardmore Drug
Co., W. II. Frame.
The sood die younp, but the bad
ouUtre their usefulness.
hut r.nunh Medicine tor Children.
Whi you buy a couch medicine for
mall children you want ono a which
vmi ran olare Imnllclt confidecco. You
want one that net only relieves but
cure You want one mat is unques
tionably harmless. Yoi want one that
Chamberlain's Cough nemedy meets
all of these conditions. There Is noth
ing so good for the cojgfas and colds
lnctaoni to cnuaaooa. u is sisu n u-
tain niMenllvi anil mre for croUD
anil thare la no daaaar whatever from
whnonina- coua-h when It la artvett. It
has been used in many evldomici of
uat disease wirn pencci succeea. rr
tale bv F J Rams'-y, Ardmore Dnift
In the fiii'id Stat-s Diri(t ronl
In the In.lian Tirritory, Southern i'-
Ada H Riain. j.laintlff. v. F H. '
lllain, defendant. No. 507
The defendant, F. H. Blaln, Is warn-1
ed to appear in thlr eour. In thirty
days and answer the complaint of the
plaintiff, Ada B. Blaln.
Witness Hon. Hose Townsend,
judge ot said court and the seal there
of this loth day of April, 1904.
C. M. CA.MI'J1ELU Clerk.
(Seal) By W. S. CROCKETT,
Brown & Marsh, attorneys for
W. D. Potter, attorney non-resident.
First published April 17, 1904.
In the United States Court, In the
Indian Territory, Southern distilct:
Mary B. Tucker, plaintiff, vs. Oeo.
W. Tin ker, defendant. Xo. 8314.
The defendant Ge-j. V. Tucker Is
warned to appear In this oo'.irt In
thirty days and answer ths oomptalnt
of plaintiff, Mary E. Tucker.
Witness the Hon. Hosed Towcend,
Judge ot said court, and seal thereof,
this 16th day of FebruAry. U04.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL. Clttk.
By W. S. CROCKETT, De, ty.
Thos. NoVman. attorney.
S. H. Butler, attorney tor ron-rttl
first !iib!Miv. April 1. Iu
In the Uni' J Stati'.- icuir. in Ii:
lian Territory. Southern di tri
Westheinier k Dauln-, plain1. fT,
Nettle lister ft al , ilelendaut-
The ilefendantB, C. L. Istir. "nii
lister, Ed Laster, Mary Uarnett an I
Etta Parks are warned to appear in
this court in thirty days end antwi-r
the compallnt of .the plaintiffs. w -ct-he(mer
Witness, Hon, Hot en Towusend,
judk-e of said court and the seal there
of this 21 day of April, 1901.
(Seat) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk
By W. S. OROCKKTT, Deputy
J. C. Thompeon, attorney.
W. D. Potter, attorney for non r si
dent. Fist published April 22, 1904.
stops t ho coudh and liefclr t-inrfi
Notice In Bankruptcy.
In the district court of the United
States for the Southern distikt, at
In the matter of J. M. Campb.ll,
bankrupt. In bankruptcy.
To the creditors of J. M. Camrb. 11,
In the Southern district In the Indian
Territory at Chlckasha, a bankrupt:
Notice Is hereby given that on the
6th day of April, 1904. the said J M.
Campbell was duly adjudged bankrupt
and that the first meeting of his credit
ors will be held at Duncan, Southern
district of the Indian Territory, nt
the law offlcf. of Gilbert, Lowe & Gil
bert at 10 a. m. on April 27, 1904. at
which time the iald creditors may at
tend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt and
transact such other business as may
tome before said meeting.
A. F. SCOFFERS.
Refereo in Bankruptcy.
First published April 7, 1904.
THE BEST FOOJ FOR CHILDREN
U k'ood. well baked tirt-xl. k-ood butter nr
Jam. By nlnir tH'IBOl.K'8 BKEAI) you III
bare as xcitliiallr nupetlur artlolu of
food. a tbw tfrnnUat car l taken In it
lireiuiratlon.tati butt Hour IiImr uind. pro
rly and elaalr mlifd and kneadod, and
bakiHV aodcr mi diri-c 0wrvtlon.
J. II. SI'IBULI! Prop,
Big stock of fiRhing tackle at
'VILLI WIS, ORHS & CO S.
Before R. W. Dick, mayor of the
Ity of Ardmore, Indlnn Territory-
John L. Gait ot al., plaintiffs, vs.
S. M. C. Davis, defendant.
Tno defondant S. M. C. Davis is
warned to nppanr in this court within
thirty days and answer tho complaint
ot plaintiffs John U Gait et M.
This first day of . April, 1904.
(Seal) R. W. DICK,
Mayor of the City of Ardmore.
First published April 1. 1904.
S'o other cooking stove quite' so
good as Buck. S'oblo Bros, tell them.
50 CtS Few Days Only 50 CtS
PROF. A. B. CARR
BY SPECIAL REQUEST
Will remain in your city for one month longer, and For a Few Days Only
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If you woulj call at my office and flave me to explain to you pertpcally
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,You know as well as I that If roadlnngs aro not just as roprosoutod It
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Hours 9 to 9 MORGAN HOTEL Ladies' Entrance
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