The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 288, Ed. 1, Sunday, December 10, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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jrljc XtaHn StDmorcilc.
SIDNEY SUOQS Proprietor.
Kuttred t tho Postomco at Arflmore
m Second-class Matter
November 2 1893.
"PBbflihotPcvery ahoraoon (except
aturday) and Sunday morning.
OHco of publication North Washing-
Ob Week "
Ono Year B 00
(Payable- In Advcxco.
The omcial newspaper or tno Unit-
M States court for tho Southern Dis-
.rlct. Indian Territory. Also for tho
Chickasaw Stock Association of tho
IsdUn Territory and tho offlclal organ
at tho city.
Xnj erroneous renection upon the
ifcaxacter and reputation of any Jer-
son which may bo printed In tho Ard-
taorelto or any artlclo bnsed on re-
vrts tbat are false will bo gladly cor-
rected If brought to tho attention of
.-is'u8 MannKOr's OOlco D38
f'ty Editor's Offlco 6
tvn Dlstanco 638
Ardmore Sunday December 10 1905.
Yes I'rosldont Iloosovolffl tnossaRO
wnB ono of tho longest on record but
you aro not forced to rend It although
it will pay you to.
American milch ciws nro nnvnnclni;
In numbors and nro valued at ?I82-
000.000. Tho vnluo of all othor cnttlo
Is ostlmated at $GG2000000.
Tlio Uusslan Jow has found a frlond
In America. Ainerlcnn peoplo nro
friendly to tho downtrodden In ovory
land. This much can be wild In nil
It tho democratic party tlofcats tho
statehood bill or gooa on record
against It when a vote Is taken In con-
gress It will placo tho party In an tin-
envlnblo light In Clio twin territories.
it takes n 'i'oxns man to hang on
to llfo with a dcathllko clutch. Patrick
hns survived several death sentences
In Now York and now ho will havo a
chiinco to commence nnothor sorUu
of iumpu.to ovndo tho electric chair
I'rosldont Itoosovolt would tako tho
corporations out of politics. In his an
inuil mossngo to congross lio said: "All
contributions by corporations to any
political committee or for any politi
cal purpose should bo forbidden by
It Is discovered on the ove of tin
presidential election In Cuba that the
registration lists contain about 100000
mimes while the total ndult male pop
illation of the Island Is ostlninted at
nbout 300000. Thoy must havo xomo
l'lilladolphlaiiH down thuro.
lomlon nFSOrts tnat the united
States has neither a llnancial or dip
lomatlc Intcroitl in tho prosent sltua
tlon In Turkey. Possibly not: but Lon-
don will at least allow us to gratify
our curiosity by hanging round In
tho neighborhood so long as there's 11
Hcrnp In prospect.
"Man's Inhumanity to man" has
been surpassed by woman's Inhtinialnty
to woman In tho Indiana statu prison
for fomalos. Tho superintendent who
1h a woman. Is charged wltn navlng
brutally kicked cuffed and beaten tho
Inmates of tho placo lu a manner
which Is barbarism of tho worst kind.
it sooms that John Sharpo Wllllnms
will Insist on loyalty to tho party cau-
cus. Tho odlct has gono forth Hint 110
cominlttoe appointments nro In wnlt-
Ing for those who turn down the lend-
er of tho minority when tho fight is
"wnrmost on the floor of the house.
Tlioro nro all kinds or ways of enforc-
ing discipline and John Sharpo has
adopted ono of them.
Secrotary Shaw In his speeches In
Ohio denounced republicans who
would desert their party. At tho samo
time he evinced much respect for
thoso democrats who would desert
their standards. It Is always thus
with the narrow partisan nnd It Is
refreshing to note that tho words of
tho secretary had but llttlo effect
slnco republicans In droves wont over
to the democratic nomlneo nnd elect-
Tho Tort Worth Record democratic
says of tho mossngo and Its maker:
"Upon tho wholo tho mossago Is a
strong paper In somo rospects remark-
able In many rospects ndmlrablo and
It will greatly lncroaso Mr. Itoosovolt's
famo for whllo It Is radical In Its fed-
eralism as to intorstato corporations
it oxhlblts moro deliberate and prac-
tical statesmanship and broatlios a
moro catholic spirit than ho has shown
heretofore Tho fortunate he'.r to n
ripe occasion ho Is hlmsf-lf cnliancinp
its opportunities nnd every good c't
lsscn. will hope that ho may meet them
wHh courage and wisdom."
We ar Infornwil that th prcp
of loeatlng Bishop Hoss of the Meth-
odist Kplscopal church In Memphis is
encouraging. In fact it is sld. now
that it Is merely n question of appre-
ciative xeneroslty on the part 0 the
The opportunity snould not bo neg-
locted; for though the location of this
distinguished Methodist bishop con-
cerns directly only those of his reli-
gious persuasion still Indirectly the
entire jwpulaco Is bound to rocelvo a
benellt by reason of the residence
hero of one ondowed with the Intel-
lectual nblllty and Christian attain-
ments of this celebratod divine.
We would like to see Memphis a
contr for everything tending to the
advancement of humanity. One of the
best ways to accomplish this Is to
fill the city with M many of the dis-
tinguished men of the times as may
be. Their teaching and their lives
not only Inspire a higher quality of
civil life hut the fame of their namet
adds to the merit of the city where
fiev reside causing the cltisens of
other places to spenk of K frequently
and with respect.
We trust therefore that this op-
iortiinlty to secure Ulshop Hoss as
n permanent resident of Memphis wli
be oagerly seized upon and carried
to n successful issue. Wo cortfoss
that we nood him. Wo nro confront
that ho will bring us far moro than
wo can gtvo to him and wo look to
tho Rood peoplo of tno Methodist per
suasion to sot n ball roiling which
shall cngngo tho wholo city In the
work of making ft Momphlan of this
omlnont bishop. Commercial Appeal.
It now dovelops that thrco of tho Ju
rors In tho Ilurtou case stood out tw(
hours for ncqulttal but finally caved
In when tho Instructions of tho Judge
were drawn on them. "Under those
Instructions" wrote ono of tho Jurors
"an acqulttnl would havo beon Impos
Bible. All of tho Jurors felt that Hiir
ton was not guilty of trying to wrong
the government but technically guilty
of vlolntlng tho statuto In question
They also all oxprosscd tho hope that
a higher court would upsol tholr vor
diet. We three could have hung the
Jury but wo realised that that would
do no good so foil In with tho major
tly nnd voted to convict."
William Randolph Hearst won an
other victory yestorday. Tho supremo
nniirt rlni-Bl "void" ballots to be
counted. All men who bollcvo In n free
ballot nnd a fnlr count will npplauo
tho action oi the court. If Oeoige IJ
McClellan received a plurality of the
votes cast he should enjoy the fruits
of his victory. If Hearst received n
plurality then McClellan should b
ousted without ceremony or delay
The all-Ainerlcaii voters stand for n
suuare deal ami tin honest count.
Albert T. Patrick must die In the
electric chair. Ills attorneys lmvt
made a brilliant fight to savo the
Txan. Ilavlnit exhausted all tho tech
idealities of tho law without avail It
Is up to tho condemned to put his
earthly affairs In shape ami prepare
for a long Journey.
Judne Townsend's Patronage.
The natronago that Judge Town
send has to distribute is no 'small
item. Tliore are several commission
ors to be ri'-appolntod but It Is not
known what Judge Townsond will do
In the nintter. It Is presumed by the
nollttenl friends of tho commission
ers that ho will retain thoso whoso
services are satisfactory. It may bo
statod that Judge Townsond has had
very llttlo trouble with his appoint
ees and so far as can bo learned
tlioro will bo no changes. It goes
without saying that Hon. Chas. M
Campbell will bo selected ns clerk ot
tho court. Col. Campbell was an in
defutlgabio worker In boha'.t of Judge
Townsond nnd lie will again lie re
warded. Tills of course ho deserves
nnd his friends nre very happy over
the situation. It Is also believed that
Jiidao Cauinbell will retain the en
tlmo force he has now. He has the
power to name the deputy clerkB o
the district and no changes. It is said
will be made.
The Political Contest.
Since i.ie president has disposed
of the Judgeships In the territory. Ir
terest now centers In tho outcome i
the marshal and district attorney
races i rom tho best Information
obtninnblo from Washington it would
Indicate- thnt tno presldont will make
no appointments soon. It was Intlr
matod strongly from Washington
that the otllco holders would hold
ovor and sorvo till statehood comes
It Is almost certain that Indian Ter-
ritory will bo slvon statehood within
tho next twolvo months and tho pres-
ident realizes this. Tho commissions
of tho district nttornoy and marshal
will expire next month nnd they aro
supposed to sorvo until their succes-
sors nro appointed. This is nt least
ono of tho provisions in tho commis-
sion whllo with tho Judgo ills com-
mission ends with tho four years
thoreforo 11 was necessary to reap-
imlnt tho JudgCB or deslgnato somo
ono olso. Rut dcsplto tho fact Miai
this condition oxlsts candidates nro
using their host efTorts to seenro en-
dorsements. . It Is expected thai
soniothlng will dovelop within tho
next thirty duys though It is very
There'll b" msnj things of special
ditercst to you at tli - Central Pn
ti"t church bawiar.
r THE CHURCHES.
Union Temperance Meeting. j
V special program has been arrang '
od for tho union temperance meeting
at the opera house this ovenlng nt
Song "My Knlth Looks Up to
Song "Ylold Not to Temptation.
Scrlpturo Rev. S. H. Holmes.
Song "Throw Out tho Life Line.
Prayer Ilev. H. H. WaUon.
Song "Down In tho Licensed
Address llov. J. T. Bagwell.
Quartot "The Twin Pallet."
Address. Nov. C. C. Wolth.
Song. " My Country 'TIs of Thee.
Music conducted by Rev. H. L.
Service ptealded over by uov. J
H. U WALKER Sec.
Tlmrn will 1 the usual services In
at lhlllna nlnirrh tmlnv nt 11 n til
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:15
V. A. JUNY Rector
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. nnd
preaching at 11 a. in. Endeavor Socie-
ty nt C p. m. No proachlng nt night
on account of Uio tcmperanco mass
mcetlns nt onora house.
S. II. HOIMES Pastor.
Tim noi.nl mniiB cnrvfpOR Will llfi
held at tho Catholic church at 10
o'clock this morning. Everybody Is
cordially Invited to como and worship
Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Sunday school 9: 45 a. m. Preach
Ing nt 11 a. m. Junior C. E. at 4 p. m.
cnlor C. E. C p. m. Subject Sunday
morning "A notterment Around tho
Homo." Tlioro will bo no night ser-
vice because of tho union temperance
nu'Ptlng at tho opera house.
Everybody Invited. Strangers wel
H. L. WALKER Pastor.
First Presbyterian Church.
Sunday school today at 9:45 a. m.
Proachlng sorvlcos at 11 a. m. Union
tonipcrnnco meeting nt tho opera
house nt night. You aro cordially in-
vited to all thoso services.
CHAS. C. WE1TH Pastor.
First Baptist Church. r
Preaching Sunday morning as U3-i-il
by the pastor. No services at night
on account of Union services at op-
era house. Sunday school at 10
o'clock. U. Y. P. U. at 2:30 p. m.
J. L. KELLER Pooler
Iiok out for tho dnto of the Cen-
tral naptM church bazaar.
Only two more wecKs and the glad Christmastide. This has been a great and good year; this should be a
time of general rejoicing. Of course you are going' to malle some one happy by giving them a nice pres-
ent. Do not forget in giving' the more substantial thing's or that the Ardmore Dry Goods Co. have a
brand new stocK of things suitable for a Christmas Gift.
No moro suitable present for a lady
or gentleman than a pair of nice Kid
Gloves. We sell the Steinbergor it
Kalishor genuine California Kid Glove
Tho Elb? two clasps $1 00
The Vnssar two pearl clasps.. SI 50
The Ultra washable $1 50
Tho Automobile for driving.. $1 50
Gents Mochas... 75c $1 00 $1 50
Gents' French Kid beauties. . .$1 50
For the holiday trado wo hayo pur-
chased a beautiful line of Satin Da-
mask and Satin Damask Napkins
also a beautiful assoitment of Table
Scarf Table Covers and fancy Doil-
ies. On display for your inspection-
Wo will clean up our entiro line Silk
Dress Patterns this week. Thoy make
a nice present get our prices.
Thursday Dec. 14
ROWLAND a CLIFFORD'S
LARGE SELECT COMPANY Of 1WENTY
A Mighty Production Compara-
tively as Prodigious as the
Prices - - 75c-50c-25c
"No adjusted South Bond
watch is ever sent out until
it has kept perfect time-
no chnnge of even a second
a month in a refrigerator
at freezing point and in u
heater at 100 degrees Fah-
renheit. It must also keep
perfect time in every posi-
tion and not be affected by
the jars received on rail
road trains horseback rid-
ing and automobiling. We
guarantee them to be per-
fect lime keepers."
IDme's nnd Jewelry
No better or moro complete stock
of ledgers Journals cash books or
other account books than wo aro
showing can bo found In this vicinity.
Our prices aro right too.
10 K. J. RAMSEY Druggist.
How about a now Overcoat tail-
ored Suit; Hat Shoos Suit Un-
derwear? Wo havo a brand new
line. Now stock Ladies' all-wool
Union Suits just received-.
1 1 n . . J HIT T ..I'- I
S3 ; won momm Lames I
ll ' ' I
JE wish to thank you for your attendance and generous
patronage during the first four days of our Great "Price
Cutting" Sale. Our business has been very large so largo
in fact vvo have twice been compelled to increase our foi'ce.
We are gratified but not surprised wo knew wo were
cutting prices far below what you would find them olsowhero
and were positive you would bo prompt to respond. Wo aro
always willing to risk your judgment as to quality and values
very few peoplo leavo this store without buying and tho
fact that many ladles havo rotuaned each day is convincing
evidence that we arc following our usual custom of square
Friday's express brought us a large dolayed shipment of
the new eyelet Lace Collars and Silk Crocheted Shawls love-
ly dainty affairs the nicest wo havo ever seen until now. We
have been too busy to open these up Beginning Monday thoy
will bo offered to you at the samo low prices you find through-
out our entiro ostablishmont. Our stock is still complete de-
spite the vory great business wo have done not a single line
is broken we had an enormously heavy stock of goods.
We havo sotns oxcipMonally attractive and exclusive de-
signs in Ladies' Suits Coats and Skirts all this season's
newest creations and until Christinas or as long as thoy last
you will havo the opportunity of buying at actual cost.
WESTHEIMER & DAUBE
Ths Old Reliable Blue Front
New and Nobby
Men's Furnishing Goods
We have the most complete line of Men's Hats Shirts Neck-
wear. Underwt ar and Hosiery in city
"We MaKe Clothes That Fit the Hard to Fit"
W. SI. BYRD $ CO.
no.v fn'.hion pln'es overy month.
Wo believe there is no better lino of
Furs shown in the two Territories
than you will find here every con-
ceivable shape and price
from 7i3c to $35 00
A regular S-l.tiO Fur hero at. ... $2 00
Beautiful line of Children's Fur Sets
from SI. 50 to $6 50
Wo aro showing a vory handsome lino
of Gents' fancy Suspenders you gen-
oralty pay S1.00 to $2.00 for these
our pricu 50c to $1 00
Be sure to poo this line; wo are sell-
ing a beautiful little Embroidered Col-
lar usually 25c our price 15c
Every $1.00 and 75c Collar now. 50c
Ardmore Sunday December 10 1005.
The " Elastic" construction of
the Globe-Wcrnickc Bookcase is
not the only reason why people
prefer this particular Style. There
is a quality in its finish and beauty
that adds tone to any room.
R. A. JONES
Still Give Away Dsauttful Pictures
You cct tho latest Mylen
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