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New Goods Arriving Daily! tvtl 4 Madden, Sykes & Co., are keeping the wires hot, the mails busy, ihr Expivss company hustling and the freight" handlers on the jump ordering and bringing new goods to supply throngs of anxious customers who crowd this big store from day to day. The recent eye opting pkios quoted the public has resulted in a tremendous rush from all parts of the county to secure the Honey Saving Values offered. The people well know that we never advertise that which we do not intend to sell. There are no exceptions this time, we are giving those I UNMATCHABLE VALUES AND BED ROCK PRICES 1 Upon which the enormous business of our house has been built. Progress is the watchword of our business and to give our customers the Best and Newest is the main spring of our efforts. The New Arrivals are many, Card wide Black TefiMa Silk the $1-00 and 1 25 prade, we pnt it down Bain Q f fin to 85c and J 1 .UU A new assortment (.. large Trimminc Pearl Buttons. Ribbons. More of thoe exeellent va'nes in plain Taffeta and Satin Taf feta in ali widths. These re present a savinc to l ! o yon of 25 to 0 0 3 0 Shirtwaists In Lawn, Madras, Oxford and Linen. TbiB shipment has many new novelties and are splendid for the price. Re member our Shirtwai-ts are of the BEST MAKE and fit per fectly. White Lawn Shirtwaists, tanked in front and back nicely made, pearl buttons, new steere, worth $1.75, for a starter we put them $1.25 White Oxford Shirtwaists with small black polka Q 4 r n dot, excellent value $ 1 .DU White Madras Shirtwaists, mer cerized satin stripe, large pearl buttons, new dip C f H C sleeve, a $2 value at p 1 I 0 White Mercerized Madras Shirt WaistB, large black polka dot, new dip sleeve, a pretty waiot for middle aged lady - and a good value $2.00 White Mercerized Madres Shirt Waists, resembles silk, large black lings, lsrge pearl but tons this waist is actunllv worth, $3.00, they ? 1 ff go at pV.v0 White Linen and White Mer cerized Madras Shirt Waiti, no colors, beauti fully made, go A beautiful line White Liwn and Mercerized Madras Shirt Waists, new dip Eleeves, L$2.50 b-aatifally trimmnJ now go ai $3.00 White Lines Shirt W.ists, a lovely waist for auy lady, trimmed iu Medallions and in-ertiOD, new dip sleeve, a 55 value. $3.50 White Lawn Shirt Waists, they are beautifully trim Q I ff m-d in m-d ins'up4UU Be fore to see our White Wash Silk Waists, they are perfect dreams of eanty and sold at the ridiculously lowf A A price of $4 00 and O.UU White Linen Shitt Waists, hand embrni-den-d front f 1 PA a swell garment forJ)4-0U Bear in Mind Our line Ready to Wear Skirts was never rqualled in Ard- mure. At $1 to.. TT U!J J t I.S. $25.00 We call special attention to the style and perfect fit of "A. & G.," and "American Lady" Corsets. No waists looks well when' fitted over a poorly fitting corset. The American Lady and A. & G., are used by all smart dressers. The new models are all here, Respectfully, Madden, Sykes & Co., 4 x :: I i ? if The Butterick Patterns for May and the May Q Tl TCTT T T Delineator are ready for you. xXX J xXv s jl. Vi - JL '4. WELLS FARGO &. CO. Move Headquarter From San Francls eo to New York. Ban Francisco. April 15. The gen eral ofllcos of Wells, Faxgo & Co.. whloh have been maintained In San Francisco over since Iho establishment of tho company over halt a century ago, aro to bo removed to New York next month. It la announced that tho office of tho proaldont. vice president and 'general managor will bo establish cd In New York, and possibly some uf the lesser department headquarters. Directors' meetings will henceforth be held In New York, as well as the annual meetings of the company, and the new arrangement. It Is said, wilt In all probability necessitate somo change In the pcrsonel Of tho board. According to tho Chronicle the In fluence of E. H. Harrington, who Is interested In the a Ha Irs of tho express company to the extent of the Southern J'aolflc'fl ownership of stock In the corporation, 1b said to be largely re- Mayor Harrison and Mayor Johnson sponsible for tho change ot headquar- appear to bo the "logical" Democratic ters. aa he wishes to hu In closor mlnees tor next year, but it may be JUDGE REAGAN'S ADDRESS. Aged Texan Is to Speak to the Sons of Veterans. Fort Worth, Texas. April 16. Th visit of Judge John II. Heagun to FL Worth noxt Sunday, the occasion of his trip bolng to addrssw the Sons of Veterans of this city on matter per taining to tho Confederacy, 1b looked forward to with no tittle Interest The address, aa horotofore stated, will be In the aftornoon at 3 o'clock In the Christian tabernacle. Judge Reagan will be at Austin on tho 16th Inst and will stop at Waco on hlB way to thla city. Ho Ik ox pectod to reach Fort Worth noxt Sat urday. You Know What You Are Taking Whan you take Grove's Taateless Chill Tonic because the formula Is plainly printed on every bottle showing that It Is simply Iron and quinine In i tasteless form. No cure no pay. COM. RESIGNATION OF BECK. I touch than at preMUL K. A. Simti man, tho manager of the Atlantic di vision of tho express company, and R. Jl. Wolis of Kansas City, ronagr of tho central division, are here assist ing President Evans In tho adjustment of the affairs of the local oRlces pre paratory to the transfer of the com pany's general ofllco affairs. 8avea tht Loved Oni Ur. Mary A. Oolo., writes: "I Uorohound Syrup Is superior to any other cough medicine, and will do all that is claimed for It, and it la se slessant to take. My little girl wants to take it when abe has no neod for IL" Ballard's Horehouod Syrup Is the great cure for all pulmonary all neots. 2Sc, 60 sad II at W. U. lYa roe's. necessary to arbitrate whether It Is to be Carter and Tom or Tow si". Carter. Ths Best Prescription for Malaria. Chills and fever Is a bottle of Grove's Taatsless Chill Tonic. It Is simply Iron and qulnlna In a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Pries 25c Happiness Is not found in self-coo4 Vlllet, Newcastle, tsmplation: It Is percelvod only when DOIICYO a GAMBLING HOUSES CLOSED. Enid Experiences a Spasm of Munici pal Reform. Hold, O. T. April By ordor of Sheriff Kursaw every gambling house in this city has closed Its doors and all tb paraphersalia has hm rn mov ed. There wcro ten of ths ptaeea In this city, and thy have always run wide opes, except when the grand jury was In session. Sheriff Kershaw's order also has put out ot, business all slot machines ot every description and closed the saloons on Sunday. Monday for the first time in yoars thlH city was dry. It Is understood that the action of tho sheriff was the result of advice from James K Beau champ judge of the district it Is reflected from another To Advertise the Oreat SouthwetL Farmers, farmers' wives and daugh ten, school teachers, doctors, clergy men, merchants In smaller towns, any citizen who has something to say, are Invited to write letters and longer ar ticles about a locality In which they live In tho Southwest. Tbo territory includos Arkansas Arlsoni. Indian Territory, Southern Missouri, Now 'Mexico and Texas. Premiums that mako it an object are offered, a set for each state and territory. Full particulars of the con dlllons of the contost nnd a list of the prises and awards will be sent uopn application to J. W. STEBIJJ. Commissioner Colonization Agency, Columbia Theater DIdg.. St. Louis, Mo. 13-tf. Assistant Attorney General Retires. to Go Into a Law Firm. Washiagton. April 16. It Is an nounced that Assistant Attorney Gen eral James M. Heck tendered his res ignation to President Roosevelt be fore the president's departure for the West. In tendering his resignation Mr. Deck took occasion to express his pride and gratification at having been privileged to serve under tho presi dent's administration and that of his predecessor. In accepting the resig nation the president wrote the follow ing letter: "White House, March 31. My Dear Mr. Deck: I regrot to receive your resignation as attorney general, which Is accepted, to go Into affect April 30 uext, as Indicated. "I appreciate your expression of the ... satisfaction yon have token in your public service. It Is a pleasure to me to soy that you have performed your duties with marked ability, and I hereby extend my best wishes for your continued success In your pro fessional work and for your health and prosperity. Sincerely yours. "THRO DORK ROOSEVELT," When questioned with reference to his resignation, Mr. Deck said: "I haTe become a momher of the law flrn of Sherman & Sterling of New York City, and expect to com mence my work there on May 1." Mr. Beck's successor has been se lected. but the appointment wfll not be made for several days. Pneumonia Is Robbed of Its Terrors by Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops tho racking cough and heals and strengthens the lungs. It taken Jn tlmo it will provent an - attack' of pneumonia. Refuse substitute. Sold by Donner St Bonner. Walks Without Crutches. I a3 much afflicted with sciatica. writes Ed C. Nud, ot lowavllle, Sedg wick Co., Kan., "going on crutches and suffering a deal ot piln. I was Induced to try Ballard's Snow IJnl- mont, which relieved me. I used three SOc bottles. It is tho greatest liniment I ever used; have recom mended It to a number ot persons all oxpress themsolvos ps being ben efitted by It. I now walk without crutches, able to perform a great deal of light labor on tho farm." 25c, 50c and il at w. n. Frames. The discuvery was made in Wash Inglon yesterday that ants havo de stroyed many o( tho records in tho (lopartmenl of aRiioulture. The gov ernment should have all ot its safes mado antl-septlc. To Curb a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund tbo money If It falls to euro. W. E. Grove's signature Is on each box. 25c. Subscribe for the Ardaerette, Short journej8 to Northern lake resorts will be more popular this enmmer than ever. Many have already arranged their summer tonra via CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY and man; more are goineto do likewise. Booklets that will help yon to plan your vacation trip have been iesned for those interested, and will be sent on receipt of pottage, as follows: "In Lakeland" and Summer Homes," 6c. "Lake Okobojl and Spirit Lake," 4a. M. F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, DALLAS, TEXAS, 1 343 Msln Street. $ HWF PAPP PI lid 9 9 i vtii a i-n. a.f a f ) 1 i I TO Sootheo Baptist Convention, Sartfnsah, Oa. May TH, 1903. - Oeneral Assembly Cumberland Presbyterian Church, tNsshvllle, Teas., May 3134, yo3. (ONE CENT A MILE. Cenf4rats Vstsrsas RtanloB.New OrlMuis, La., flay ieos,i902 ALL VIA COTTON BELT ROUTE Far Full Information Regarding Katet, Schedules, Limits, Extension Privileges, Through Service, Ask Any Cotton Belt Man. rJEST PASSEHGHR IN- 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 no -mount to AHtwcn ovtmofcm. Superb Pullman Yestibdled sleepers, Handsome Reclining Chair Cars (SEATS FREE) ALL THROUGH TRAINS. 3 WITH fnat morn in? ntxJ trains to at, Louis acit ttw B. WITH Pullman Slopor h bock Scarrltt Boat Cosohea a (without chano) to J, dally. sN -.iNB WITH bnndsorcn c or,.U Crs throuirh (without ch.. ... . :y . to St. Louis, Uomphts an J f. : MTLY LINE WITH a savica oi lak .-ri to CaUXomla, ONLY LINE WITO Tourist 3Hxi.t.i Cars, socil-wix&ly. tbrous-ta (wltUouS chonsr) to Sun Prftnctfccxs. OR ADDRESS T. P. LITTLF.I'Ktratfcr Arnt Cortlcan .D. M. MORGAN, T. P. A , Port Wottb. A. S, WACNGB, t. P. A. Waco, T JOHN P. LlitiVNE, Qen. FrelRht & Pass. Ast. TYLER, TEXAS. At )f Qrti. Draetloftl tralnlnr Behool. cosiDlftta and CD lo data In ararv danartmenl Da o 1 Dtg-bt aobool la stlrc year. Day pnpllt attend nlffit aohool wltlionl extra obar, Tuition n.M Dr B)ODh or 13 tor unlimited ichoiaranlp. Board 110 to MM r ra rcoraoatloa. rnpua may enier av any iune. KTerypnpuu piaoea on ni aivrlta v may adyanea as rapidly aa nla ability will permit. Tborengb training' In o rteit IsKoonilitent with cmolency. Beterenoe Any bank ar bnalnsas arm In tin t. vat ettaioan aaaren Q. r. BBLTIDBH A. U, rrldM, aatsssTKU, Taraa. ASK FOB 9CHCDUL.C5 Of OUH IMCOUPAftABLE TRAINS, "CANNON SSA&X" AND - "N3158ST EXPRESS'6 E. P. TURNER. Ckmuul PotifWfi ako Tcut AacMt. DALLAS. TEX. TERMS OF U. 8. COURT. At Cblcxa'ha BesiDs UcauW. Tebruray 1C, 1S03, and Monday tember 28, 1903, and continues in as aloa two Trocks. At Uyan Deglns Monday, March 3, 1903, anil October 12. 1903, and con tlnucs In session ten days. At Purcell Begins Thursday, March 12. 1903, nud Thursday, October 23, 1903, and continues In session ten days. At Pauls Valley Begins Monday, March 23, 1903, and Monday, Novem ber 2, 1903, and continues In session three weeks. At Ada Begins Monday, April 13, 1903, and Monday, November 23, 1903, and continues In session two weeks. At Tishomingo Begins Monday, Monday, April 27, 1903, and December 7, 1903, and continues In session two weeks. At Ardmore Begins Monday, May 11, 1903, and Monday, Docember 21, 1903, and continues In cession seres weeks or longer.