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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
SIDNEY SUGGS, Proprietor. iaDO&ne-d every Aiteraooniexcept Sat urday) and Sunday Morning Oflce or Pabcatka .North Washing ton Street. Entered at the VoUoSa at Ardseore a. sccond-elass mail aattor. Nov.IT.'M. Subscription Rate. One Week 15 One Month One Tear 5.00 ..OScUl Organ or.. THE CHICKASAW NATION. AUo the OSeial Organ ror The Chickasaw Steek Association oT the Indian Territory. TIME TABLE. Gulf, Cotarado & Santa Fe Railway. South Bound Galreiton fc Chicago Exp.... 3: 16 a a Cleburne tz Kan. Ctty Exp.. 4: 4 P-ta- North Bound alreston L. Chicago Exp..lS:3 a.m. Cleburne tKan. CHy Exp. .11:M a.s R. C. Mclaree, Ticket Art VT. 8. Keenan, 0. P. A. TERMS OF U. S. COURT. for the Year Ending 1W1 Fall Term. At Chkkasha Begins Monday. Oct ober 14. 1901. contlnuei la session two week. , At Ryan Begins Monday. October 2S. 194)1. and continues In session two weeks. At Pnrcell Begins Monday. No Teaber 11. 1M1. and eontlnuos In session two weeks. At Pauls Valley Begins Monday SoTeaber IS. 1901. and continues In cession three weeks. At Ardmore Begins Monday. De cember 16. 1901. and continues In ses sion six weeks or longer. I Uu U: Loig Dlstuce Telspfaoae Z :: AjfD call rr :! i 5 Phone Ko. , i It yea want the AnDiKmEnx. oeoe-veeeosoeseo see? CABINET CHANGES. There U notktag surprising la the rreeoeet changes td Ue cabinet. The peewit H'Mbers were sot select ed by I'retldeat Rooeerelt sod at soch officials are nffoH to be lauoedtate frtewds &aA adritors of the preetdeBt It U plala that m om else can choose Uieaa seceflly. says the Beams. The m la the presdets oScsat Usaily today are the choice oT the de ceased president and they were pre soseabty his personal frieads. Presi dent McKlaley probably advised no re closely with his cabinet than have KOit execatlvos. because he aimed to avoid ractioas aad preserve haraony la the yarty. President Roosevelt has aoUoas of his owb and the present cabinet an demands that fact- They can soot ad rtee bias agalaK their own Jed gases t aad they caa sot alway ti;ree with his Ideas. They bU disagree or reels. Or coorse they choose the killer coarse ror dlMgreesseat coast ereataally aea a withdrawal aad Mr. Roosevelt has ssade tt plain that It a ana tlts becaase of lack or coageatallty he is ared. He wastes no time la perlaactory exchaage of court eVes. It Is for this reason that la selecting sttccescors ror his cabinet, be will have sosee dicalty .Men do sot care to take even so proud a position as the head oT a department unless they reel rare oT themselves. If they can scent the breze rroa the White House aad keep their sails trimmed to It, they aay be happy, bat when they wake up soal. aoralag aad find their subor- dlsates discharged without notice and without con saltation, they mast oxpor- ieace a BMtaeatary aaaoyaaee. Mr .Roosevelt to trade to be presl deat aad the chief use be has of a cab inet Is to be surrounded with cour tiers who will applaud bis every act It must be coaiesaod that the posi tion Is not attractive or alluring. AKDXORK StNDY Okc 29 It ouht to t1 kept standing tn large type that Roosevelt Is pronounced -Rocyrelt-" Grover Cleveland has accepted an appointment as a member on a com mittee appointed at the recent labor and capital conference. Chorokeo Indians are reported to be starving In the hills near Tahlequah In tho Snake district, as a result of the loss of crops and tho recent uUssanl. Tho recent bllttard and terriac snowstorm which developed la the Northwest a lew days ago. ia places came without a moment' warning .and out of a dear sky. The war In South Africa was expect ed to rule the Klmberiey diaatoad mint's. On the contrary, the year Jast closing has boen the most prosperous in the history or the mines, and a divi dend has been declared of S13.M.000. Secretary Long give it out that he is not going to resign. Thus tttr only ho and Secretary Hy have tanouaced an intention of remaining. Probably the number remaining wiH be cob fin al to those two. There Is coming a time when some city will roach oat and grasp commer cial supremacy in the Indian Territory. Whether this city will be Muskogee depends on tho vigorous action of her cltiiens. The time to act is before the opportunity passes. Muskogoe Times. While Muskogee has been enjoying her Rip Van Wlnke nap. Ardmoro has been at work, and today stands pre eminent the leading city oT the Terri tory ia over' branch oT commercial Industry. Yes. brother, wt'-.e got and gone, aad if you doubt, sead as Investigating agent. The theory that the price ot silver and the price or wheat must noc sartly keep each other company Is again receiving some dislocating Jolts. TJils paper was printed at S o'clock Saturday night Happenings alter that hour wHl appear Monday. Deaths from scarlet ported at Muskogee. rever are re- A eeterle or girls in the Harvard an nox Intend to don trousers in a play in which they are to take part Per haps they want to secure amateur experience ia a role ia which some day they hope to win profesetonal suo cess. The Stato of Michigan Is represent ed In congress by three Smiths. Hoa ry Smith. William Smith aad Samuel Smith are the members of that numer ous family that Michigan has honor ed, but the main prop of the family, plain John, has been neglected. There appears to be nothing object ionable In the method of raising a check adopted by a Washington lady, who, upon receiving a check lor 110 from President Roosevelt lor the ba zaar or the Newsboys and Children's Aid society, framed the document aad sold It for 160. The man who Is looking back over a year of successful business and making plans for doing more busi ness is crowding bis business all the time. He uses prlner's Ink and uses it liberally. Ho looks upon it not as an expense but as an investment from which ho is bound to reap good re turns. Herald. The country I going to the demo tion bow-wows hurriedly. Three he roes, Schley, Dewey and Miles, have boen scored and reprimanded by men, officials or the government Some men nocd rebuke and some don't Others will not take It and we are free to say tho three noblo men mentioned are not or tho subaltern stripe and will resent this insult to them. It seems very prob able that congress will yet take a hand In tho Spanish war, and for the ex oneration or Us living heroes we hope it will. Sam Horn, formerly one or Chlcka soa's progressive young business men arrived in the city yesteday and will assume his duties as city salesman for the wholesale house or Whlteraan Bros. Mr. Horn has considerable ex prience in the grocery business and will be a valuable acquisition to this popular firm. W. P. Hebbs was here yesterday from Bttidaor. Texas. Mr. Hobbs In form us oT be death or Squire Morris of Marysvllly, Texas. Squire Morris moved to Cooke County ia an early day when there were no more than a doaen cltlaens in the county. His death takes from MarysvlUe one of Its best men and robs hie state of its noble cltixea. We regret to hear the sad news. Those old timers who fought the snake aad Indians from this country a half century ago make up a ciUaeary taat we are proud of and would like to retain forever. At the ChtstUa church today the sealor C. E. Society will have charge ot the 11 o'clock services. Preaching oy pastor. Rev. G. T. Black, at night One of the features of this service will be a solo suae by Mrs. Oarfleld Black. At the close of the service Mr. Garfield Dlaek. by request, will recite th Star less Crown. Chase-Lister company the moaarchs or preretoire, played three nights ia lrjao ms weeK. This is a good company and pronounced by maar to be the host popular priced company to come to Ardmore this season. They have been greeted eaeh sight by a rail house aad are aocouht well pleased with the receipts heres They leave here for Waco, Toyas. First Baptist Church. Services today are Sunday school at li. a. ra. Preaching at 11 a, tn, and 7.1S, m. B. Y. P. U, at p. n. J. W. DOWNING, Pastor. ItdlftJtloo, dytprptU and MIlMneu (Jtxkk rtcl4 to tbt druBucr anJ mnfrisr cuili-ic i JoEBiloa' Suutmli, Quit cont&iinl a oooooo o ooooooo o o oooooooo e o c o soooooooooooooooooooooooos Lone Grove. A. M SaUerwhtte was accidentally shot ia the fot here yesterday after- while playing with FraA Ste vens with a target gun. The yona mun Is testing very well this afternoon. A. Stark died, one mile south of town, last sight The reaalas were buried here this afternoon. Fire last night destroyed the resl- deaee of Dr. Brown. The fire is sop- posed to have originated front a de fective chimney. Tishomingo. Sevral of oar youag people west to Wapaaacka last algbt to attend the halt at that place. Richard McUsh Is here froa Wapa- nueka. Ravla. Deputy Marshal Bridges was here from Tishomingo yesterday afternoon and went to the express office, where he selied a suspfdotts looking pack age which was found to contain 64 plats of whiskey. The contents were poured Into the street Cumberland. Prof. Gaines and wife returned yes terday from Sedalla, Mo., where they were married. Misses Mattie Wall and May Guinn and Ben Barney Granbury made a pleasure trip to Woodvllle yesterday. An entertainment was given last alght at the home of E. T. Haddock. A number of young people were pres ent and report a nice time. Ror. Granbury aad D. B. Scarber ot Wade were pleasant visitors In our town today. Emet The Christmas tree at the rhurch was a great success. J. C. Oardaer save a ball an -) supper Christmas night which was wf-!I at tended by the young people or Kmet The little folks were entertained at the home of JeS White last night with games aad candy breaking. John Dotson has gone to Caddo on business. He was accompanied home by W. J. Moore, a merchant and cot ton buyer of Caddo, who is looking over the new town of Mllburn, two miles north on the Choctaw. S. G. Moore has gone to Rod River to meet his paredts who are coming to locate near here from Texas. Grandma Gardner from the Choctaw Nation Is here visiting T. B. Carson Mrs. L. J. Hampton is here from Red River visiting relative. Tom Stevens frorc the Nail crossing on Blue Is here visiting J. C. Gardner. K. C. Kubeaka and wife have Just returned from a visit to Earl. A. Oroves, who has been quite sick is able to be out again. Marietta. There Is quite a crowd in town to day. Brick work is being retarded on the new buildings on Main street owing to the scarcity of brick masons. Several parties are here prospecting for new business locations. Durwood. T. J. Little and Wm. Moore have roturnod from Texas. A. J. Presley. Willis Allen. W. H. Hicks aad F. D. Cornell were at Maaasviile yesterday on business. Springer. John Pattoa went to Ardmore todar At fhp Q(Lfi 4 ror ine rcagwiiiijALwc nave ueun unaDie CO complete Our HORRIBLY CUT UP. After Being Shot Down They Even Carve the Corpse. Yesterday afternoon several mn with goes and knives, men who seem ed to have blood In their eyes, were seen out la the west part of town, and the presumption was that they were looking for ftme one. They rode on and prety soon several shots w-reheard in that direction, and when the A rd mo rite reporter arrived they had killed the object of their search, and were so angry that thy just simp.y proceeded to carve him up into small pieces. A doeer Inspection showed the car cass to be that of a rat steer, and he was being slaughtered for A. S. Pul Uam Oo-. the West Mam street botchers, who keep the 9 nest steaks choicest hoasu, sweetest mutton chops aad in fact everytblgn tha can be foaad in the meat market line. Cold Wave Coming. For the basest or those who lave an Interest in the weahet we publish the following forecast: Oklahoma and Indian Territory Tonight and Sunday ralr cold wave Temperature will probably rail to six teen degrees or below by Sunday morning. Bring your shoes to be repaired to Hamilton's shoe store. He nas a first class workman. n-ti Hogan's Alley. That which promises to be a sure cure for the blue, down hearted 'people (a Hogan's Alley, which appears here Wednesday night, Jan, 1, 1902. new quarters, we will remain at the old stand, perhaps Until the First of March V I You will find our house well stocked with Shelf and Heavy Hardware. Stoves and Ranges. Moon Bros.' Buggies. Racine Buggies. Studebaker and Moline Wagons. Deering Harvesting Machinery. John Deere and Eagle Plows. Standard John Deere and Eagle Cultivators. ' Our stock is complete and our lines are up to date. We are in a po sition to give you any terms you need, consistent with eood busi-w ness. NOBLE BROS., Ardmore, lnd. Ter. MADDEN, SYKES & COMPANY VW-CW vW vV CSV vW. As OOrf' .Lr CV.CW f Br' -"V -ir rZr -Vr rf -T V "V" "rv -r -rr it m Christmas Greetings ! I W E wish to offer in a few modest words our sincere thanks and kind appreciacion for the very liberal patronage we have received from your hands this current year. It is one of the best years of our history, and we are sure that we will not be accused of boasting if we mention the fact that we have retained all our old friends and customers and made a great many new ones. This store is run on the idea that the only way to have friends is to be one and we are going to con tinue in thefuture as we have in the past on the same old lines that have made this store famous. Treat ing every one exactly alike, giving you more for your money than can be obtained elsewhere andr seeing that every one is promptly and intelligently served. We are so accustomed to making new rec ords in selling, so used to breaking all the old ones that it is taken as a matter of course thateach year's business will beat all that have gone before. This first year of the20th century is a remarkable victory overall that have gone before, and while we are satisfied, we face the new vear with the determina tion to do even greater things in the buying and selling of dependable merchandise. Remember that economy is the watchword at this busy store. Wishing each and every onea happy Christmas and prosperous New Year, we continue to be the popular store for everybo'dy. MADDEN, SYKES & CO. .cw..cv-. :':';:';;'ifr",',iff