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THE DA'LV ARDMOFEITE.
Ardmo -e, N'encfay, June' 19, 1903. "V - GRAN For the benefit of our customers during the ominfj weeK we shall continue to offer better bargains than has been your pleasure to meet up with at other stores. Our Special Underwear sale just closed was very gratifying and many are the satisfied customers, If you did not avail yourself of the oppor tunity, come this weeK. :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: TWO Figured Lawns special 1 Lot Scotch Lawns, Dress Styles, only 1 Lot Better 1 Lot 12 l-2c Lawns, this weeK only 1 Lot I5c Men's Shirt Special I Lot Special See Table Lion and Eagle brand shirts, our $2.00 sellers, but broKen lots and sizes, to go this weeK at only - - 3c 5c 10c I2i-2c 50c Each Knee Pant Suits All our Spring Wool nnd Wool Crash Kneo Pnnt Suits arc offered at exactly 1 -1 off of original price, which is a clear saving of - cents on every dollars worth bought by you. Men's and Boys' Straw Hats We are juht now at the bt gir.n ng of the s'raw hr.t season, but we want to see something doing, so we make the reduction, 1-1 off on any straw hat in ihe hou.-e. THIS WEEK ONLY. King Quality Shoes Our Special Counter One speciul jot of Men's King Quality Shoes, usually sold at $3 no. but to close we offer at only $2 DO. Get your size while they last.. Ladies' and Children's Oxfords Th's is the enly spec i.'il we hae offered this m son on Stindals and Ox ords, but we des;ie to make it worth your whi e coming to town these hot (iy.-, o shall sell you any tiling we carry .n the Sanda; or Ox ford lines at just 14 off the original selling price. Extra Special 1 Lot on Special Counter Childs Blouse Waists at exactly 1-2 off, which means ,i 50c wa 'hi for 21c, and so on. Don't miss them. Linen Suitings EXTRA SPECIAL During this week's selling you can buy an ail pure linen suiting, our regular fiU cent se:r at only Sue. Tucre is nothing offered at twice the money that can etjurtl them. Se them on our front counter. ....ONE ... PRICE.... M ADDEN CO. ....SPOT ... CASH.... MILL CREEK. Special Correspondence. Mill Cnvli, I. T. Juno 17. Tin' con tinued hot weatlur Is giving ihe farm rH nmple time to net 't the weeds mill grass from the crop. Hardy & Cockhnn Iihh moved Into their new building on Mnlu street. J. M Browning left Saturday night Jr-r Dallns. where he will Join a party of Texas hankers on an extensive trip to tho northwest, Portland and thu-Pacific, Ho expects to ho gone nbout one mouth. Misses Weston and Peel of Ard muro ore visiting this week nt tho homo of Mr. and .Mrs. S. W. Frosl. Mr Klrhy of tho telephone compa ny, was here the first of the week su 1 erlnu ruling tht putting In of several row phone. V Y Chltwood left for Kort Worth Tuesdny morning to attend tho Phar macists AKMK'Iation which meets there. W II lloiihe has his urban resi dence about completed. Miss lalsy Heed of Ada came in Saturday night, leaving attain for her homo Monday morning. While here ho wan the guest of Mr. S. W. Frost. J T Walters was In Tishomingo Knturday attending to legal business before the coinmlssloncr's court there. Douglass Smith has returned from Tishomingo where he has been employ. -d by the First National hank there Ho will again resume his old jiosltlon with the First National bank here. Irof. llrower of Sulphur moved his 1-ouschold goods to the city Tuesday nnd le now n permanent resident of Mill Creek. Prof, llrower has mado ovcral Investments In Mill Creek pro perty. The revival meetings at the big tent, iiulcr the niihplcos of the M. E. church with Hev Casslduy In charge, still con tinues nt this writing. Henry Dreyfus of tho Dougherty Mercantile company, spent Sunday In bulphur. , Dr Dye is building a new barn at hu residence In the east part of town. Tiiero Is not a vacant houeo In Mill Creek and tho call far exceeds the sup ply, which Is on unusual thins at this tlmo of tho1 year. S.W. Frost and Green Ivowry eacn Uilpped a car of hogs to Fort Worth Monday. Mill Creek Is badly in r.ed of a ijood hotel. Wo would gladly welcom, unyono to our town who contemplates a location for such a bu6lness. Sprained Ankle, Stiff Neck, Lame Shoulder. Thoso are three common ailments tor which Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is especially valuable. If promptly ap plied It will Favo you time, money and suffering when troublod with any one of these ailments. For sale by F. J. Itamsey, W 11. Framo and Ardmore Drug Co. Instead of real love being1 such a ladylike thing, It often has blisters on Its feet, corns on Its hands nnd a hack that aches with loads of others Chronic bronchial troubles and sum mer cougha can bo quickly relieved Hnd cured bv Foley's Honey and Tar. City Drug Store. i llfl Mil- KlH'M. Mrs. ,Ti-iii.;i.- iii mo'. m he ii'iM'rt me I l.new lie I'.ml been tliiiik i'S Mrs. Supple Yen n ci. ii you miieliril liis hriTth? Mr. Jenkins I menu thi't Mr. Jciii-.lut, never kNuc.s me except when he has Wen drinking. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO SELL REAL ESTATE. riilniiiit Oil Iclhiii. Mrs. l)e Style (exhibiting picture! You know, my daughter paint from nature. Critic Far ftoin It, it mhuh. New York 'nines. Ullllr Onlillllil. Btamlnr Did that denf mute nrntcT make n Mt KpeediV Doyle No. U ?pok offhand. -Clu.'clniid I.eadtr. NOTICE IN DANKRUPTCY. In the district court of the United States, for the Southern district, at Ardmore. In the matter of Kusfell Shinholser, bankrupt. In bankruptcy. To the creditors of Hiusell Shinhol ser. in the Southern district, in the In dian Territory, nt Ardmore, a bank rupt: Notice is hereby given that on the Sth day of June, 1905, tho said lluesell Shinholser was duly adjudged bank rupt, and that the first meeting of her creditors will bo held nt my oinco at the courthouse In tho city of Ardmore, on tlio 20th day of June, 1905, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claim?, appoint a trusto?. exam ine the bankrupt and transact such other buslnoss as may come before said meiting. JOHN HINKLE, Hefrroo In Bankruptcy. First published June 9. 190Y Notlco I? hereby ghvn that the under signed as administrator of tho estate of M. K. Spurgeoi, deceafed. will on July 3d, 1905. apply to the United States court for the Southern district, Indian Territory, nt Ardmore, sitting In probate; for an order to sell the fol lowing described real estate for the payment of debts of deceased, via: An undivided one-half Interest In and to lot three (3), In block three hundred and elghty-threo (383), ex cept twenty-five feet oft the north side of said lot, same being situated In the city of Ardmore, Indian Territory, ac cording to the official map of said fclty. This 10th day of June. 1905. E. A. WALKER, Administrator uf M. E. Spurg'ion Deceased. First published June 11, 1905. Hawkcye Family Salvo la the World's greatest Healing Power. Guar anteed to cure eczema, burns, cuts, piles, and all skin diseases. 25c. City Drug Store. W. B. Frame, Prop. Binders. Binders. McCormlck binder at Blvcns, Cobrn & Frensley's. The most pleasant and positive cure for Indigestion heartburn nnd nil stom ach troubles Is King's Dyspepsia Tab lets. They nld digestion, tone nnd strengthen the stomach. Sold by City ( Drug Store, ! Wo have Just what you are Iooklnf for In tho way of refrigerators, lllv i pn. Corhn R Frensley. ONLY $22.80 FKOn south Mini $22.05 nan r o DENVER AND RETURN Correspondingly low rates from all points in the Southeast. Tickets on sale .Tune 30 to July -1, Inclusive. GEO. H. LHG, ' J, S. HcNALLY, Gen. Pass. ArI. DIv. Vast. Agt. Little Rock, Ark. Oklahoma City BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. In the United State Court for the Southern District of Indian Terri tory In the matter of James S. Wheeler, baukrupt, In bankruptcy. ri-. ,1... II ... IT.., -i- .., 1 1U WJJ null. J1UDCU 1 U JJEl'IIU, JUUgtJ of the-district court of the United States for the Southern district of the ( Indian Territory: James 3. Wheeler of Ardmore, in the Southern district of tho Indian Territory, in said district, respectfully represents that on the 4th day of De-, cember last past, he was duly adjudg- ed bankiupt under the acts of con- j grcss relating to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered nil his proper ty and rights of property, and has fully compiled with nil the require-1 raents of said acts and of the order of the court touching his bankruptcy Wherefore he praya that he may be decreed by tho court to have a full discharge from all debts provable against his estate, under said bank rupt acts, exceppt such debts as are excepts! by law from discharge. Dated this 30th day of May, A. D 1905. JAMES S. WHEELER, Bankrupt. Ardmore Sanitarium Srvr ' V uS i Southern DIttrlct of the Indian Terri tory, ss. On this 30th day of May, A. D., 1905, on reading the foregoing petition, It Is ordered by tho court that a hear ing bo had upon tho same on the 2Cth day of June, A, D 1905, before said court at Ardmore, in said district, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice thereof bo published in the Ardmoreitc, a newspapo printed In Mid district, and that all known'cred Itors and other persons In Intu'est may appear at the said time and place and show cause, If any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. And It Is further ordered by .he court that the clerk shall send by mall to all known creditors copies of tail petition and this order, addressed to them at their places of residence ns stated. Witness, the Hon. Hosea TownseaJ, Judge of th? said court, and tho sU thereof at Ardmore, In said dlstilc on the 30th day of May, 1905. (Seal) C. M'. CAMPBELL, Clerk. First published May 30, 1905. Danger la near at hana wiien tne kidneys are sick. Kltduey-EUes will purify nnd strengthen the kidneys and restoro them to their torraal and healttiy condition. 25 centa, City Drug Store. W. B. Frame, Prop. DRS HARDY & McNEES. Proprictori Large, clean, airy, well-lighted rooms. Equipped with nZLZ fw conv-'n''ence. Surgical Disuses and Disease ol Wonien are given special attention. Trained nurses ,n attendance. Charges reasonable ?J. S. HILL, l FORMERLY OF GREENVILLE, TEX. This is the man that positively guarantees to cure anything that walks the earth of tho Morphine, Opium, Cocaine and WhisKy Habits Remember you do not pay one cent until perfectly satisfied that you are cured ana ready to return home Do not put it off any longer, for these habits are suro to grow upon you, but write or come today to e m mi ARDMORE, IND. TER. Ill I