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OUR BIG SPECIAL SALE
Grows More Popular Each Day. Hundreds have already taken advantage of this golden opportunity, and hundreds more will do so during the coining week. The values given are so exceptionally good that each article sold becomes a missionary in bringing other bargain seekers to our store. This week will find many bran new items added to the grand array of money saving values. The prices will continue during this week or WHILE THEY LAST. rt Standard Calico 10 yards 25c (Limit 10 ynrda to n customer) Towel Craah, fio grade 10 yards .. 25c (Limit 10 yards to a customer ) I One lot Satin Stripe White hawn worth 10 to 15c yd. while it lasts we will cIobc out the lot at 5c a yard. One lot Figured Lawn, Batiste and Organdy, the 10 and 15c grade while it lasts will close at 5c yard. Outinc Flanuol short leiiRMia pur yard 5c OutitiR Flannel, tlio 8 13 snide, per yd. 7c Nico new patterns. The very best Ontiuc in solid colors, small checks and stripes light or dark shades, fast colors. . 10c Nice Flannelette, new colors, never sold at less than 8 1 3, go at 7c A now fleeced Suiting, resembleB wool, beautiful patterns 10c Extra Special. Wo secured a Big Lot of Manu facturer's Snmplea TOWELS, NAPKINS and COUNTERPANES, Which we will put in this bale at 50 Cents on the Dollar. You cannot nfford to miss this extraordinary opportunity of buying these goodH at Exactly Half Their Value. Turkish WbbIi Uors 2 for Talcum Powder, size of "Mentions''. 5c 5c Mennens" and '"Veru'a" Talcum Powder no better made and sold everywhere at 2Dc duriuc this sale . 15u 5c Duplex Safety Pius, all sizes, per doz. Adamantine Pins 5 papers, Wiie tlair Pins 0 papers ........ 5c 5c Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, worth 10c, during this sale, each.. 5c Children's Black Cnt Lace stripe lio.se 75c grade go 2 pair for 25c Nice Pearl Buttons, new stock, per doz. 5c For the Men. One lot of Men's 50c Overalls at 25c One lot of Men's COc work Shirts 25c 10 dozen Men's Bleached Joan Drawers, the 50c grade ro nt 25e Men's Straw Hats, r.aythinR at $1.00 ard under goes at . 25c Inspect Our Line of Men and Boys' Clothing. One of the most select stocks ever shown in our house. Our 5hoe Line js second to none in the Indian Territory Men's, Ladits'and Children's This sale will close Saturday night Sept. 26th. You should visit our store during this week. Many bargains will be upon our counters, which are not mentioned here. We invite your inspection of our Elegant Line of Dress Goods, Trimmings, Tailored Suits and Skirts. The cream of tne season is here. Madden, Sykes & Company, ONE PRICE. The Only Strictly Cash Dry Goods House in Ardmore- SPOT CASH. Snapo tho Fingers. "Dlil you ever notice the peculiar habit aomo men havo of snapping tholr llngera wlillo trying to recall Homotlilng which linn osenpod tholr minds for a minute?" nuked a man who Keeps a Keen lookout for tho curious In nature. "Now, hero la a curloua study, and ono which If pur jiiied, may throw much light a very Interesting subject. "Why Hhould a mnn snap his flu- Bers when ho temporarily forgots a thing? Docs hla physical movomout n!ri Uio processes? "Carious enough thlB same condi tion will 111 nut font ItBulf lit many ways under similar circumstances All men do not snap tholr lingers when their la a mental lapse which thoy nro Becking to overcome. Thoy -trill find other wnya of bridging tho gap. One man will pat his foot when ho forgets temporarily. Anoth er will blto lila lip, or place hla tin Ker ugaluat his temple. "Why Is thla? 1b ono'a memory really aided by thla those physical movements? It must bo else human ity would havo dropped thorn long ago. Almost every man when lie for gcla something a name for Instance that Ih right on the oud of hla tongue - will make aonio kind of physical effort to conjure tho proper Imago from Its hiding place In the brain cella. Why la it I do not know. I know merely that It happens, nnd I suppose It answers some good pur pose." Indianapolis Sentinel. Congress to Investigate. The charges of despoliation of In dlaiia In the Indian Territory mo to bo Investigated by congress, accord ing to present Indications, llcpreseii tatlve ChnrloB Curtis of Kansas, ranking member of tho committee on Indian affairs of the house, will go to tho territory October 15. The Senate commtttco nn Imiiai. affairs will send n Bub-committee, consisting of Senator Stewart of Ne vada, Senator Quay of Pennsylvania, Senator Piatt of Connecticut and Sen ntor Clark of Wyoming. Senator Quarlcs of Wisconsin wns invited to go with the committee, In.l he declined on the ground that he vis ited tho territory laat year and wa? quite familiar with the condit'uus. Senator Stowart Is the chairman, both of the committee nnd of the sub committee. Ho hns sol October 25 tb tho probable date of departure for tho Hiihc-ommlttco, but uu one at the into rior department believes the depart' mental Investigation will have been finished by that time. Stolen $20 Reward. Stolon, ono buckskin, or dim-colored horse, nlout Ht, hands high, branded TIT cm left hip and A on left shoulder. A heavy rod leather saddle made by J. L. Johnson, Ardmore. This saddle had namo Almou James stamied on enntel of saddlo. Also ono brown horse, 14 hanils high, branded A J on left hip, white spot In fnco, hair on tall Is very thin. This horse had on largo red leather saddle when stolen. I will pay n reward of $10 each for tho horses. H. JAMES, 23-2w. llerwyn, I. T. 21 Years a Dyspeptic. K, H. Fostor, 318 S. 2d St.. Salt lko City, writes: "I havo been both orod with dyspopsln or Indigestion for 21 years; tried ninny doctors wlthou. rollcf; recently I got a bottle of Her blno. Ono bottle cured mo, and I am now tapering off on the soeond. I havo recommended It to my friends; It la curing thorn, too." COc at W. II Frame's. A man without principal runs ns fast tor a time, as nn engine without an engineer. Raised From the Dead, C. W. Uindls, "portor" for tho Oriental hotol, Chanuto, Kan., says: "I know what Is was to suffer with neuralgia, deed I did, and I got a hot Uo of Hallard'a Snow Liniment, nnd I was 'raised from tho dead.' 1 ' tried to got somo moro, but beforo I had 'deposed' of my bottle, I was curod cntlroly. I am tolllu' do truth, too' 2Cc, COc nnd $1.00 at W. H. Frame's. A Woman's Complexion. It Ih rank foollslmoss to attempt to roinovo sallownoss or greaslnosa of the skin by tho use of cosmotles, or local troatmont, na advocated by tho "beauty doctors." Tho only safe and sure way that a woman can 1m provo her coniploxlou la by purifying nnd onrlchlng tho blood, which enn only bo accomplished by keeping the liver healthy nnd nctlvo. The liver is Uio sont of disease and blood pol lution. Oroou'B August Flowor acta dlroctly on tho liver, cleanses and on riches tho blood, purities tho complox Ion. It also euros constipation, bil iousness, nervousness and induces re freshing sloop, A single bottlo of August Flower has been known to euro tho most pronounced and dis tressing rasos of dyspepsia nnd Indi gestion. Now slzotrial bottlo 25 cents; rogular stzo 75 conta. At the City Drug Storo. The women who believe they am unworthy of tholr husbands are to bo found In (lotion. Truth Is too strange to allow them to a-peur in ret', life. "When we cry over spilled milk wo loflO a lot of time that might butter be occupied In going to tho dairy af ter a fresh supply. Croup, Usually begins with symptoms of a common cold; there Is chllllnws, snoozing, soro throat, hot ukln, quick PuIbo, hoarsonoas nnd ImpoJM respir ation, illvo frequent small dosoa of ltnllnrd'a Horohound Syrup, (tho child will cry for it) nnd at the drfct s'gn of a croupy cough, apply frequency Hallard'a Snow Llnlmotit externally to tho throat 50 cents nt W. U. Franus's. Notice to Farmers. The- Farmers Instltuto will hold a special moetlmg nt tho City Hall In Ardmoro on Saturday, October 3. A great deal of business will bo trans nctod nt this meeting anl every far mer will bo greatly benefited by at tending. Tho farmer needs tho knowl edge to bo gained nt this meeting nnd tho Instltuto needs the help of all. Somo noted speakors of Texas will be with us then. Como to City Hall at 0:30 A. M. W. F. WAHItEN, Pres. T. M. HOBKUTS, P.ec.-Soe. Notice. Letters testamentary on tho ostnto of Katio Turns:, deceased, were granted to tho undersigned, dated on tho 2.1 day of July 1903. by tho Unit ed Statos court within nnd for the In dian Territory, Southern district, sit ting nt Ardmore. All porsous having claims against said estate nro required to exhibit them, properly verified, for nllowance, to the executor within ono roar after dato of said lottera, or they may bo precltkled from anybenoflt In said estate; and If such claims bo not ox- hlb'ted within two yenrs from tho dato of Bald lotters, they shall bo forever barred and precludod from any bene fit from said ostate. SAM NOBLE. Executor of Estate of Katlo Tur. nor, Doceased. First published Sept. 13, 1903. Tho Pleasure of Eating. Persons sulTorlnc from lmllirnstlrin d.vsepsla or otnor Btomnch trouble will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and makoa the Btomnch sweet. This remedy Is novor falling euro for Indigestion nnd Dyspepsia nnd all complaints aftoct Ing tho glands or membranes of tho summon or itigosllvo tract. Whou you tako Kodol Dyspepsia Curo every thing you eat tastos good, and every bit of tho nutriment that your food contains la nsslmllated and appro priated by tho blood and tissues. Sold by all druggists. BANKRUPT'S PETITION FOR DIS CHARGE. In tho int.. i.. of D. C. Brady, bank rupt, in bankruptcy. To tho Honorable Hosea Townsend, Judgo of tho District Court of the United Stntos for tho Southern Dis trict of the Indian Territory. D. C. Hrady of Francis, Southorn District In said Territory respect fully represents that on the 7th day of January, A. D. 1903, last past, ho was duly ndjudged bankrupt under the act of Congress relating to bank ruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered nil hla property and rights of prop erty, and has fully compiled with the requirements of said acta and of the orders of tho court touchlug his bankruptcy. Wherefore ho prays that ho may bo decreed by the court to have a full dlschargo from nil debts provable against his estnto under said bankrupt cy acts, oxcopt such as are excepted by law from such discharge. Datod this 8th day of September, A. D. 1903. D. C. BItADY, Bankrupt. Ordei of Notice Thereon. Southorn District, Indian Territory. On this Sth day of Septembor, A. D. 1903, on reading tho foregoing pe tition it Is orded by tho court that a hearing be had upon tho samo on tho 9th day of October, A. 1). 1903, before tho anlil court nt Ada, In Bald Dis trict at ten o'clock In tho foronoon; and that notice thereof bo published In Tho Dully Ardmorelte, a nowim- por printed in Bald District and that all known creditors and other per sons In interest may appear at said tlmo nnd place and show cause. If any thoy havo, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. And It la further ordered by tho court that tho clerk shall aend by mall to all known creditors coDlea of said petition nnd this order addressed to them at their plnco of residence as stated. Wltnoss the Horornble Hosea Town- send, Judgo of said Court nnd the seal thereof at Ada In said District. on tho Sth day of Septombor, A. D. 1903. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk. By B. P. QIBBS. Deputy. First publlhsed Sept. 20th 1903. Whlto Elephant, tho buggy that sur passes all othor make?. They re stylish, they aro dur ' . and the prices aro right. Sold uu,, by Wil liam's Corhn & Co. BANKRUPT'S PETITION FOR DIS CHARGE. In tho matter of H. S. Holloway, bankrupt, In bankruptcy. To Honorable lfosea Townsend Jlldzo of the District Point ( ilw. 1 lT..t.n.l C . . . r. uiiiiuu oiuiua tur me aouuicrn 1J1S- trlet of tho Indian Territory; H. S. Holloway of Jesse, Southern District In said Territory resnect- fully represents that on the iih day of May 1903 last past,1 he was duly ndjudged bankrupt under tho acts of Congress relating to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered all bis oroDor ty and rights of property, and has fully complied with the requirements of said acts and of tho orders of the Court touching his bankruptcy. Wherefore ho prays that ho may bo decreed by tho court to have a full discharge from all dobts prova ble agalust his estnto under said bank ruptcy acts except such aa aro ex ceptod by law from discharge. Dated this Hth day of September, A. D. 1903. H. S. HOLl)W'AY, Bankrupt. Order of Notice Thereon. Southorn District, Indian Territory. On this Mth day of Soptember. A. D. 1903, on reading the foregoing pe tition it is ordod by tho court that a nearing bo had upon tho samo on tho 9th day of October, A. D. 1903, beforo tho ald court at Ada, In Bald district. at ten o'clock In tho forenoon: and thnt notlco thereof bo published In Tho Dally Ardmorelte, a newspaper printed In said District and that all known creditors and other persons In Interest may appear at said tlmo and place and show cause, If any thoy havo why tho prayer of the petitioner should not bo granted.. And It Is further ordored by tho court that tho clerk shall send by mall to all known creditors copies of said potltlon and this order addressed to them nt their placo of residence as stated. Witness tho Honornblo Hosea Town send, Judgo of said Court and tho seal thereof at Ada in said District on the 14th day of September, A. D. 1903. (Seal.) C. M. CAM PELL, Clerk. By B. P. OIBBS, Deputy. First published Sept. 20, 1903. tv.1 la itrlrtat. i:ctvt'.:ctMcuC9. cih:ki,u.J4, MEN ANDW0MER. Um llld 1 for unnatural lUcliargi,lnUmiaaliona, IttlUllona or ulceration of taucbaa nirtubranea. l'tlnlott. nil but ulrln. F il or pyyauoui. Bold tijr Urnculit. or tfut In !U'n Tnppr, Vr enp-n, rr'r"l, (oi flOi r3 liittlrat. 75. I ' tur (cot cm tv-iueit. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. In tho United States District Court, Southern District, Indian Territory. Beforo Hon. Hosea Townsend, Judge. In tho matter of J. M. McCarty, bankrupt, in bankruptcy. To tho Hon. Hosea TownBond, Judge of tho district court, Southorn district, Indlnn Torritory, nt Ada, I. T. J. M. McCarty of Ada, Southorn dis trict. Indian Territory, respectfully represent that on the 23d day of July last D&st ho wan duly adjudged bank rupt under tho act of congress relating to bankruptcy; that ho haa duly sur rendered all hla proporty and rights of property, and has fully complied with nil tho requlremcnta of said act and of tho orders of tho court touch ing his bankrupt. Whereforo ho prays that ho may bo decreod by tho court to havo n full dlschargo from all dobts provablo against hla estato undor said bank ruptcy act except such debts na aro exempt by law from such discharge. Datod tills Uio 5th day of Soptem bor, 1903. J. M. McOAKTY, Bankrupt. Order of Motion Thereon. Southern District, Indian Torritory: mis uio cth day of Sentemlior 1903, In reading tho foregoing petition ii is oruoreu by tho court that a honr. ing bo had on tho samo on tho 7th of October. 1903, beforo said court at rtu"i 1.. m said d strict, nt in o'clock in tho foronoon and that notico bo published - -rUJ Ardmorolto, a nowapapor printed In Bald district, and that all known cred Itors and othor po.-jona In interest may uppoar at the said tlmo and plaeo and show cus, if any thoy ,laT0 why tho pmyor of said potltionor should not bo granted. And It is turth or ordered, by tho court that tho clerk shnll Bond by mail to nil tnu, - - wuu- Itors copies of said potltlon and this ordor, oddrossod to them at their Placo of residence as stated. Wltnoss tho Hon. Hosnn tw..,...i Judgo of said court and seal thereof at Ada, In said district, on tho Cth day of September, A. D. 1903. tboni.) c. M. DAMnniM t T Clerk. By B. P. QIBBS, Doputy. First published Sept. 10, 1903. Wo aro closinc a wfc WM4 OLlllJli ut SOWlnir marhl flfia n t An... mi - v v vuai. mo saio offers you tho finest opportunity yon ovor had to own a good machlno at whnlosntn nna CA.. mw - -" oioiuun, Kennony & Spraglna Co.