THE DAILY ARDMORE1 1 1.
Ardmore, Sunday, October 13, sq5
When you attend the Fair next weeK you will need something of the new Wraps, Suits, Hats or Rain Coats,
SRirts, Belts, Purses, Etc. These are really essential to your pleasure and comfort. It is at MADDEN'S you
find the new things. You also find elegance, style and beauty combined. It is their pleasure to show this
season the grandest array of new and dependable wearables ever gotten together under one roof in Ardmore
Our Tailored Coats, Wraps, Etc., are in the long loose empire, the semi-fitting coats, the Francis, the Eton and
close fitting. They are shown in all the newest materials and shades. It is here only you get the newest and
best for the least money. Alterations if any, made free of charge. We positively guarantee to fit you
Wo uro just in receipt of nil the now
things shown in Bolts. Wo show them in
Tailored Silks. The Waist Conformcrs and
tho Hour ylnss at prices ranging
25 cents and up
Wo have a few dozen of tho patent Hour
Glass Holts, that soli regularly at 25c.
Hut to make it interesting wo slmll offer
thorn the balance of this week at
Your choice only 15 cents
Just received a new lot of tho now Mer
cerized Waistings. They are beauties,
too, and offered at
25 and 35 cents
In black and white plaid Silks the new
est out. Not shown by anyone else. "If
it's now Madden has it.
If you contemplate buying a Fur, couio
now while our stock is complete. Not a
showing so grand in the Territory.
Ladies' best $2.00 dress Shoe we have
ever showu, others ask $2.;"0 for one no
better and often not so good. Lot us
Wo arc just now in receipt of a new ship
ment of K. & G Corsets for winter wear.
Wo show all tho now styles af from
50c up to $2.50
and tho R. &, G. is tho best corset shown
Boys' and Children's Suits
We have a complete stock now and will be
glad to show thorn to you at
$1.00 up to $7.50 a suit
We are the people who maRe good, who looK after your wants, offer the newest goods at
the lowest prices and appreciate your trade
Sometimes women are rather puz
zled to Know whether it Is "good
form" to Invito men to cull, or better
1o lmvo tll3 permission linked.
In ronllty, tt Is tho woman'H place
to extend tho Invitation, for the rea
son that if the mini ndk anil slib
really does not want him to call on
her, who Is compelled either to appear
rudo or submit to havitiK him, wllly
nllly. Tho matter is very simple If n man
hnu been iutrodi'red by a mutual frlenO
Ho ean thru easily ascertain whether
a visit will be acceptable, and the
woman can easily arrange for hint to
call In company with the friend.
Hut if a limn akw permission to call
on a girl ne must, to bo quite proper,
tell him' that her mother will be plens
od to see lum; or that she will be hap
py to lmvo htm meet her mother, the
Idon being to convey to hint the fact
that she U properly chaperoned and
not a Ion" anil Independent young
woman. O' course, after a woman U
ItO she does not want to make herself
rldlculou by saying, for example, that
kIhi will accept an invitation for a con
cert or the theatre, "If mother Is
willing." Hi t a girl of 20 should al
ways nay bo.
A lady never accompanies her vis
itor to th j hall door, but bids hint
good-night in tho reception room. Ho
Is wipposod to tlnd tho way to tho
front door and let himself out, unions,
of eon rue, there Is some ono especially
to rihnw callers out. A man carries
Ills and wears tho left-hand glove for
The Sans Parlel dhl not meet last
"Friday. The usual meeting will bo
hold next Frldny.
J J J A
Mrs. V. P. Hlnnton was a visitor
from (lalnosvllle tho past week. Mrs.
Wanton formerly resided horo and has
a host of friends In tho city.
Tho Orlos hold a pleasant and in
teresting meeting with Mrs. O. II,
AVebb on lest Friday afternoon. Thero
waa n parlimentary drill nmong tho
club members und an Interesting read
Ing fronv Shakespeare's great play, A
Mllnmnmii- Nlcht's Dream Tho club
will meet with Miss Suo Framo on I
Oct. 27. An Interesting featuro of the
meeting Friday was the fact that each
member gave some plensnnt oxper
leuc.e In he- life. Memory's reanrchox
brought forth some Interesting expor
lences. , ,
Mrs. II. A. Simpson entertained the
Whist ulu'j Wednesday afternoon at
her handsome resident on Quality
Height. In honor of her guest. Mrs. U
N. darby of Dallas. Ton tables wero
occupied by tho guests und club mem
hers. The guest prlo was won by
Miss Hay Almond, tho club prize by
Mrs. Fonni'j Wolverton. anil the puncn
ors prUo, which was cut for by Miss
Willie (ii'ecn. anil the consolation by
Mrs. Almond of finlnosvllle. Those
present as guests consisted of Mes
dames Crockett, Dndton, tiarby of Dal
las, Strnclv, Whltemnii, llledsoe, To
land, W. 1'. Poland. Fierce, Rerkshlre.
lliinii, Hums, Anderson, Almond of
OalncBvlIb and Ontos, Misses Hay Al
mond, Uufcnla Fotter of Dallas.
The Ardmorelte Is In receipt of the
Tito Ultl7ens of Marlon, Kentucky
rcquettt th pleasure of your presence
at to Celebration of the Rebuilding
of Marlon to be given tin Wednesday,
October the twenty-fifth', nineteen
hundred and five, from eight o'clock
n. m, to eight, p. in. H. H. Sayre,
A. C. Mootc, Joe Hen Champlnu, In
j. .. .;. ..
Fair wo.m promises to be a lively
ono In the matter of ontertalnmcnU
and overyeuo Is looking forward to tho
occasion with great pleasure. Tho
Klks will give their opening Informal
dance on next Friday night and tho
new orchefira has been engaged for
tho event. Tho iiiubIc will bo dollght
ful and tin dance no doubt will bo larr
The ArJmorolto Is In roadpt of nn
Invitation to attond tho opoutng of
tho Texas Stuto Fair at Dallas, Oct.
28. Tho Invitation Is a neat one. Th
opening will bo the twentieth one.
Central Baptist Church.
Preaching at Central Haptlst church,
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pas
tor. Rev. .1. T. Hagwcll. Special ser
mon at 11 on "The Superscription on
the Cross." Everybody Invited.
PInesalvo acta llko a poultice. Dost
thing In tho world for bolls, burns,
cracked hnnds, tetter, tc. Sold by
City Drug Store.
First Presbyterian Church.
Services will be held today as usual
at 11 n. 'ti. and 7:30 p. tn. 'Sunday
school at 0:45 a. m. Subject for morn
ing service, "Christ and tho Law." At
night, a continuation of "Tho Life of
Christ." A cordial welcome Is extend
ed to all.
CHAS. C. WEITII, Pastor.
There will bo dlvlno services In St
Philip..' church today at 11 a. in. and
7:3U p. in. Sunday school at U:45 a.
m. F. A. JUNY. Rector.
Cumberland Presbyterian Church1,
Sunday school t):45 a. m. Preaching,
11 a. tn.. mil 7:30 p. in. Junior C. 10.
G p. m. Senhir C. H. 0:30 p. in. Preach
ing 7:30 ii. in. Preaching In ICast Ard
more at I ii. m. Everybody invited to
attend. Strangers welcome.
II. Ij. WALKER, Pastor.
First Baptist Church.
Sunday school at 10 a. in. Preach
ing at 11 a. m., ly Rev. J. A. McCul
lough, also at nlgnf. 11. Y. P. U lit
2:30 p m. Conference at 4 p. m. All
members are earnestly requested to
be at conference as It Is hereby called
for the purpose ol considering tho
matter of consolidating with tho Con
trol Rapt Is' church. DEACONS.
We have a handsome line of hair
brushes, lm what Is better they aro
the dunib! kind. All styles, sizes
and shape.i, 2fic to $4.60.
15 F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist.
Hawkeyo Family Salve is guaran
teed to euro Pllos and all Skin Dis
eases. Does not stain and nets quickly.
Tho world's grontost honllug power
25 conts. City Drug Store, W. B.
FletiroK nmv not lie. but flinirns of
speech nro ofton misleading.
Cures Chills and Fever.
O. W. Wirt. Nncosdoches, Texas,
says: "His daughter had chills and fe-
frw tlicm von ru tin nnnlil nrt fni
I VI IU fc.. . V. J . U ( . V ... I,,,, tlV V .... v.
ntivMiInn- Hint would linln linr till hn
used Horblno. His wlfo will not keep
iiouso wituoui u. any cannot say too
much ror it." ooc. sold uy w. u.
"When a cat Is In distress on tho
streets, It jowls until It has attracted
tho attention, of somo tierce dog. When
jteopjo iiavo troubles, they aro no
If you taluo your complexion be
careful whit kinds of soaps you use.
Wo have tnc purest or imported and
domestic makes, Be to DOc cake.
15 P J RAMSEY. Druggist.
What is itg??
Where is it 1
hoping for it.
Good LucK is
Wo think Good Luclf, we
dream Goqd Luck and
now we will out Hood
Luck. And when wo
have eaten, we will never
again be cut of
Good Luck is absolutely
the linest High Patent
soft wheat Hour over on
tho Ardmore Market.
will be pres
ent at every
meal; it has
come to stay,
it satisfies, it
is the ACMEgg)
in fine flour, no home
can aflbrd to be without
it. Have your grocer
bring you a trial order.
Don't let him sell yon
Price maHes it
Attractive. 1 1 's
Better than yott
Have ever used before
Ono night Is all tho time ticcossory
to provo that Plnoulus Is tho'bost rem
ody In tho worldjfor hackacio nnd all
kidney and bladder troublqs. It you
liavo rheumatism or nny other blood
dlscaso a single doao will give relief.
Sold by City Drug Store.
no hns moved to 303 East Main Street
Is caused primarily by lack of ceitaln
elements In the food which tend to
moro or loss Imperfect digestion, and
to mako tho liver sluggish and toipld.
Tho bowels carry awny and dis
charge tho feoal matter that 13 tho re
fuse matter of tho system. If tho bow
els nro constipated tho fecal matter
clogs and congests tho natural pass
ages tho poisonous oxcretlon3 aro re
tained In tho body. They set back
lko a stream dammed up, and arc ab
sorbed Into tho system and carried all
over tho body in tho blood.
That's tho reason your head aches,
your tonguo Is coated, your mouth
tastes llko a garbago can. black specks
float about your eyes, and you aro gen
orally unhappy. It's constipation pois
oning. California Pruno Wafers aro posltlvo"
ly guaranteed to euro tho most obstln
oto cabo of Constipation, HIHouncss,
Torpid Liver or Indigestion. 100
CITY DRUG STORE
W. B. FRAME, Proprietor
ARDMORE, - - IND. TER.
Spent More than 91000.
V. W. Raker, of Plalnvlew, Nob.,
writes: "My wlfo suffered from lung
trouble for fifteen years. She tried a
number of doctors nnd spont over $1,
000 without relief. Sho becaini) very
low and lost all hope. A friend recom
mended Foley's Honey nnd Tnr and
thanks to this rrcat romedy It caved
her Hfo. She .er.JoyB better health than
sho has known In ten years." Rofuse
substitutes. Sold by City Drug Store.
When some girls come homo from
a visit It is In order that they may feet
new cloth m ready for going again.
Father shouldn't get the Idea Into his
head that Laughter comes homo to see
Bronchitis for Twenty Years.
Mrs. MInnIo Smith of Danville, 111.,
writes: "I hnd bronchitis for twenty
years and nover got relief until I used
Foley's Honey and Tar which Is a
suro cure." Sold by City Drug S.tore.
Ho good to tho yemng boys you meet.
Who kno ft Perhaps somo day ono
of them will bo superintendent of tho
poor farm whero you aro an Inmate.
Everything you eat win taste goo
and do good If you take Ring's Dys
pop8la Tablets. Sold by City Drug
TAKE NOTICE My farm and pas
turo ono mllo from town Is posted.
Hunters and ticspassers will be pros
ecuted. A. D. CHASE.
LCE HARRIS GIVES HIS VIEWS.
Old Reclcicnter, Newspaper Man and
Deputy Marshal Favors S ngle State.
Inis. I. T.. Oct. 1-1. -tSutvlal i-
I.es Harris, deputy U. S. marshal, fa
! tloned at Purcell. and one of the firm
1 residents of thnt city, was seen today
by your coi respondent and when luk
ed nbout etateliood matters replied:
"I came to the Indian Territory with
the Santa Ke railroad and have I'ved
among these people ever since I
j know practically all of tho old time
l Indians una have talktd with hun
, dreds of them slnco the OklaUonn
j City convention nbout the kind ol
l statehood they preferred. They arc
i almost ununlmous for slnelo state
hood. Of course they are not bubblluf
over with enthusiasm over any new
Ideas, but they feel that their Inter
estB would bo better protected undti
Joint statehood with Oklahoma that
with double, or Muskogee kind thofcf
fellows are trying to mix up for tbeui
"Personally 1 nm not In favor of an)
kind of statehood until restriction?
nro removed, from these Indian land
I have seen enough of tho Pottow.i
tomlo county business, in Oklahoma
and know whnt taxes would mean It
these lands were not taxable. My Idea
Is to removJ all restrictions and then
give us statehood with Oklahoma. We
are tho greatost people on tho fare
of tho earth, and tho stato w will
mako cannot bo Imitated anywhere
We could build n wall around such
a state anl defy the wholo world. All
this tuik abo.it the stnto of Sequoyaa
Is mere nongenso, Tho men bohlnJ
this movement nro a smnll set ol
twenty-two callbro politicians wtoo
hope to jca'u fnvor with a few misguid
ed but well meaning people who be
llevo anything In tho way of statehood
Is better ti an our present policy. I
am In fvo of removing the rciitrle
tlons and then give us single state
Will Open Branch Store.
Max Westhelmer of tho Westheinier
& Daube Co. of Ardmore. wns iicr
Saturday nnd Informed us thnt li
would put n branch house In Manns
ville this winter. He will do butiluei
In the house ho now has here, but lie
will erect a stono bglldlng G0xlv0 feet
Inter. Theso people hnve been think
ing nnd nrrnnsslng for somo time
about ongnglng In business here, but
had not docljled to do so until a fc
days ago. Max says ho is very mncS
pleased with tho progress tho towu 1"
making and ho thinks Mnnnsvlllo wilt
mako rapid Improvement In tho coin
ing year and will mnko a flrst-chus
cotton market. Max Westhelmer Is a
thorough luslness man and tho busi
ness ho will put horo will add much
to tho town. Mnnnsvlllo News.
Wo havo received a largo shjpment
of corrugated Iron. Get oui: prices be
foro von buy,
MVENS, COJIHN & FRBNSUaT.
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