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We arc just in receipt of another shipment of those
excellent values and beautiful patterns.
SWISS AND CAMBRIC EMBROIDERIES Every lady enjojs making her selections from new, clean
goods) and more especially so when the pattern, price and value all combine to add spice to the attraction. These
new Embroideries will be displayed for your inspection during this week AT PLAIN FIGURE PRICES that
will both astonish and please.
One lot Cambric Embroidery, enough for every customer, 2 to 3y inches wide, will be sold in strips of 4 to
'1 yards; you can buy all you want at per strip: 20c
One lot Cambric Embroidery 4 to 4 inches wide, good patterns, 4 to A yards to strip; amount not limited, at
per strip 35c
One lot Cambric Embroidery, beautiful patterns, all you want, in strips of 4 to 4 yards, at per strip 45c
One lot Cambric Embroidery G to 7 inches wide, excellent designs, just as much as you please, in strips of 4
to 4 yards, a few Swiss strips mixed in. this lot, at per strip '. 65c
We will also have displayed our entire line Embroidery and Insertion in Cambric, Swiss and Nainsook ranging
in price from 3c to $1.25 per yard
LACES Will also be a feature during this week, and you will have the pleasure of inspecting many new
things in this line from the cheapest Valencine to the finest Applique.
THE GENTLEMEN must not overlook the fact that their comforts an always carefully looked after in our store.
Those splendid values in CRASH SUITS from $3.00 to $13.50 are well worth their time to examine. Our line of
UNDERWEAR and FURNISHINGS should be considered when you wish to prepare lor the summer days. Our
STRAW HATS will strike yon favorably when you compare the swell shapes and very low prices.
We cannot enumerate all the good things we have secured. Every day adds some new item to the already long
list of MONEY SAVING VALUES offered by the store which not only keeps abreast of the times, but antici
pates the season's novelties by importing direct from the manufacturers. Respectfully,
MADDEN, SYKES & 60MPrtNY.
ARDMORE, INDIAN TERRITORY.
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SlmonS, I. T., May 1C Wo nro hav
ing isorao vory nlco showors ovory
evening nnil our farmors who havo
been wearing long facoB for Uio past
month havo changed It for a bcautl
Jul "smile." Wo havo got n vory
good seasoning In tho ground now
and tho people nro busy plowing corn
and replanting cotton.
11. L. Mitchell returned from Ard
moro with a load of goods.
T. M. Culwell and C. S. Johnson
nro In Ardmoro serving tho court aB
Bill McLcmoro was hero this week
on olucltil business.
"NVcs Hams of Courtney passed
through our burg this week en route
Jllss WIUIo Miller returned homo
.yesterday from Marietta, Tex., whoro
slio hns been attondlng school for tho
past six months.
Jlov. T. J. Urlscoo of Orr filled his
appolntmonl at tho school house last
Tho W. O. W'b will docorato tho
sravo of a docoaB&d sovorelgn Sunday,
Juno 7. Kvorybody Is cordially In
vited to nttond, as thoro will be pub
lic snonklng and good-singing. Thoro
-will also bo plonty of dinner of the
ground for all who attend.
Troy, I. T., May 16. Wo had a flno
rain hero Monday that brought a
broad smllo on most everybody's faco.
Mrs. Mary Abram Is spondlng a few
days In Troy this wook.
Miss WIUIo Webstor of navln, 1. T.
Is visiting Mrs. C. S. Mudd this week.
Farmors In this section nro vory
busy planting cotton slnco tho rain.
Dr. A. Q. Cranflll of Iloagan, I. T.,
Is In town today.
Oat Smith of Sclvally's ranch near
Dolton was o'er Saturday nlgnt to
attend ttie lodge of I. O. O. P.
Wo havo had considerable excite
ment l.i town for the past few days.
G. W. Baker had somo horses stolen
last week. Tlo and Mr. Mathews fol
lowed thorn to Ardmoro but hadn't yet
located tho horses. They separated,
Mr. Dakor going northwest and with
in a few hours Mr. Mathews found
tho horsos near Provonco. Mr. Uaker
was to have como homo Saturday
night but failed to show up. Wed
nesday somo flvo or six men loft boro
to find Mr. Bakor. I undorstand. the
fnmlly hoard from him today.
A Farmer Straightened Out.
"A man living on a farm noar here
camo In a short tlmo ago completely
doubled up with rheumatism. 1 hand
ed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Halm and told him to uso it freely
and If not satisfied after using It ho
need not pay a cent for It," says C.
P. Kaydor of Pattens Mills, N. Y. "A
few days later ho walked Into the
storo as straight as a string and hand
ed me a dollar, Baying 'glvo mo anoth
er bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
I want it in tho house all the time,
'or It cured mo." For sale by City
3rug Storo, F. J. Ramsoy and Ard
noro Drug Co.
It Is possible to lead any man to
tho fount of knowledge, but It's Im
possible to make him drink.
8top the Cough and Works Off the
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure
cold in one day. No cure no pay.
Price 25 cents.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured.
with local applications, as thoy can
not reach tho seat of tho dlseoso.
Catarrh 1b a blood or constitutional
dlscaso, and In order to euro It you
must tako Intornal romodlos. Hall's
Catarrh Curo is tnken Internally, nnd
nets directly on tho blood and mucous
Burfacos. Hall's Catnrrh Curo is not
a quack medlclno. It was proscribed
by ono of tho best physicians in tills
country for years and Is a regular
prescription. It Is composed of tho
best tonics known, combined with tho
best blood purifiers, acting directly
on tho mucouB surfaces. Tho perfect
combination of tho two Ingredients is
what produces such wondorful results
In curing catarrh. Send for testimo
F. J. CHENEY &. CO.. Props.,
Sold by druggists, price 7Gc.
Hall's Family Pills are tho best.
If you will mako Inquiry It will b
a rovelallon to you how many suc
cumb to kldnoy or bladder troubles
In ono form or another. If tho pa
tlont Is not beyond medical aid, Fo
ley's Krdncy Curo will curo. It Lovor
Folov's Honey and Tar contains
no oplatos and can safoly bo given to
chlldron. For salo by uonnor & won
Tho koy of succoes Is within tho
resell of ovoryono, but some men are
toollazy to roach for It.
v Will Cure Consumption.
A. 'A. Herron. Finch. Arlc, writes,
"Foley's Honoy and Tar Is tho host
preparation for coughs, colds and
lung trouble. I know that it has cured
consumption in thq first stages.'
You nevor hoard of uny ono using
Foley's Honoy nnd Tar and not being
satisfied; For salo by Uonnen Hon-WV"'"-
Speaking of ovolutlon: thoro Is Uif
prlnccsB who was at ono tlmo a bare
footed girl, who carried hor fathor's
dlnnor to him In a pall.
A Little Early Riser.
now and then, at bedtime, will curo
:onstipatlon, biliousness and llvor
troubles. DoWltt's Little Early RIs
era are tho famous llttlo pills that
curo by arousing tho socrottoi. voa'
Ing tho bowols gently, yet oftec wily.
and giving such tono nnd strength to
tho glands of tho stomach and llvor
that tho'causo of tho trouble Is re
moved entirely, and If their uso Is
contlnuod for a fow days thoro will
ho no return of tho complaint. Sold
by City Drug Storo. ,
It Is snlU thai' tho prosperity ot
fools will destroy Uietn, but thero aro
a few fools left who are nnxlous to
Tho Kingman make of farming lm
plements havo taken precedence over
evory other make. Thoy represent
perfection In farming tools. Sold bj
Williams, Corhn & Co. '
That man who is always complain
ing must bo awfully tlresomo to himself.
For those Who Live on Farms.
Dr. Bergln, Pana, Us., writes: "I
havo used Ballard's Snow Liniment,
always recommend It to my friends,
as I am confident thero is no hotter
mado. It Is a dandy for hums." Those
who livo on farms aro especially lia
ble to many accidental cuts, burns
and brulsos, which heal rapidly when
Ballurds Snow Llnlmont Is applied
It should always bo kopt In tho house
for casds of omorgoncy. 26c, COc nnd
U at W. B. Frnmo's.
In the Uiltod Stntos Commissioner's
court In tho Indian Torrltory, South'
T. V. Askow, plaintiff, vs. O. F. Ha
Tho dofendant, O. F. Haley, Is warn
od to appear In this court on June
10th, 1903, at 10 o'clock forenoon and
nnswor tho complaint of tho plaintiff,
T. V. Askew.
Witness my hand this Cth day ot
May, 1003. T. N. ItOBNETT,
(Seal) U. S. Commissioner.
Thos. Norman, attornoy.
Sam H. nutlor, attorney non-resident.
First publish! May 7, 1903.
The latest thing on the market,
every horse owner should have one.
Fly Nets, Lap Dusters,
A Main Street, ,
Qh$ Q tQi t$ tQ iQi $ tQi
Come in and see the many things
we have for man, his horse and his
L- J. JOHNSON, .
Cures When Doctors Fall.
Mrs. Frank Chiasson, Pattorson.La..
wrltos Juno S, 1901: "I had malarial
fever In bad form, was undor treat
ment of tho doctors, but as soon ns I
stoppod taking their medlclno tho fe
ver would roturn. I usudnsampto bot
tlo ot Horblno, found It holpod mo. I
fool grateful to you for furnishing
such a splendid medlclno and can
honostly recommend it to thoso suffer
ing from malaria, as It will surely curo
them." Horblne, 50c bottle. at W. B
Short journeys to Northern lake resorts will be more
popular this summer than ever. Many have already
arranged their summer tours via
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST, PAUL
and many more are goincrto do likewise. Booklets that
will help yon to plan your vacation trip have been
issued for those interested, and will bo sent on receipt
of postage, as follows:
"In Lakeland" nnd Summer Homes,"
"Lake OkoboJI and Spirit Lake," 4o.
SANTA FE EXCURSIONS.
Annual meeting German Baptist 1
Brethren conference, Belfountalne, f 1
Ohio, May 27, 28, 29 and 30. Ilato i
Saengerfest of North American
Saengerbund, St Louis, Mo., Juno 15
and 1C. Ilato $20.20.
National assembly Cumberland
Presbyterian Church, Nashville, Ttna
May 18, 19 and 20. Ilato $23.70. '
Annual meeting Travelers' Protect- -
lvo association, Indianapolis, Ind,
June 7, 8 and 9. Rate, $29.70.
Norman, Ok. Annual encampment
O. A. R. of Oklahoma May 18 to 21.
New Orleans, La. United Confed-B
erato Veterans' Reunion May 17 ana
18. Rate $12.05.
National Association ot Master
Plumbers of the United States, San 1 1
Francisco, Cal., $45.
General assembly Presbyterian
church of tho United States of Ameri
ca, Los Angeles, Cal., $45. Dates for
salo May 3, 12th and 18. Limited to
return July 15
W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket Agent.
C. O. & G. EXCURSION RATES.
i .oral assembly of tho CumberJ '
lac Presbyterian church at Nashvlllftj w
Te . .May is to si1, uato $23.70.
Annual meeting Travelers'
tlvo Association, Indianapolis, IndJfV
juno 7, 8 and 9. Rato $27.95.
W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket Agt.
343 Main Street.
M. F. SMITH,
TAKE THE ARD MOREITE,
By a Persistent Cough but PermanitnHnit
ly cured by Chamberlain's CoiV
Mr. H. P. Burhago, a studeiftV
lnw In OronnvIMn Q n lm.lli,.ir.
bled for four nr flvn vonrn with a nn I '
tlnuous cough which ho says "greatb!
alarmed mo. mimlm? rnn in tnnr hat"'e
I was In tho first stngo of consumpr0'
tlon." Mr. Burhago, having seen'
Charaborlaln'B Cough Remedy adver)
Used, concluded to try it. Now reaf "
what ho says of It: "I soon felt a rejon
markablo chango and after using twi "
bottles of tho twenty-five cent slzci
was permanently cured," Sold M j
City Drug Storo, F. J. Ramsey oniL..
JW1UU1UIU ULUS j,
Every bride gets pieces of chini
amonir hor wmlillni i-ifta Hint thl '
groom couldn't tell tho uso of tq
savo his neck.
io surest and safest romndv iothm
kidney and bladder diseases Is rOnm
leys Kianoy euro. Sold by Bonner
Many a manHvho nravs fonhls.doil:
bread klcksif lfo doejn't get pie fqf. Al
dessert.. ' " fe, i