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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore, Friday, December 7, 1908. (uljc Onih) ArDmorcilc. t.cry Dy t Kt .aturday. ST i.IL. U -J.l'i'TE UULISIIU1G It CONSTITUTIONAL TION, t CONVEN .HOOCCVLLT WANTS IT KNOWN, Mil I IDlR AT KlPJfiST 1M No " Icuj Ha. i: L i TjUrr , . Af.lf IK. U CHICS', W. iuru. rt. T. HI1". hintl. ..il-nt I. MjM hkiiImiI, m.oitrj- Kqterril At I' it p.,m..i'l at AnlmntK in ,1I lAHfl MMllKf. jfcfei. Tcrmt of Suhnrlptlon TIIK KAII.Y AlltlMllllgtrK Onf Wnl Unn M.mlli Una Yir TIIK WKKKLV AHIIMOIIHITK rr Yr lr Mli nu Month Thrnn Month" V ' I' II , Ill i I" 'I - 1 1 1 i !i . Iiiiil, wiiil. i.. et li l.o vf It Hlty days I really a good win I line, sometimes. The Impression prevail! Huh n good constitution In going io '. fi tim id, one that will produce only good to tho stale. Tho work or the holy la being scanned by the publh . .nJ al ready tli legislature la tic1 in: : jlkcil of. The convention ought to do no work that the legislature pan ilo, but Instead establish tin-' fundamental law It In audi a manner Mint the. work ot the tt I) rat session of tint loglshtture can lit) joxirtxlltpil. Necessarily, the Ilrat " Si "loll ! KoliiR to be next In linrtaiice .. j (lo the convention, ami the hitler as- AnTriin itii-i'iln'iliiuiiiKiiillH'Cliro scmniy snotim mase no nnnuirnps mr ir a. ri-ii ii.1" " li which may .. .,,,,a aViVrlim ( nu AHiiM.iiiita.iirnrt ! legisiauni . hil Jiirrimrn iiihi mj liile. "'"M The Ardmorelto la of the opinion ir it it -re i i II lir.iuBht . the iilleotlun "l w luiiiii-in r I Unit the convention xhoillil not under- Fhunei lesllinito the necessity of creating a lttitrm. Mimmfer n l.llli i of r hi ir H' " Lntf llilinr.. II A IIAIII ANI t ' WKI II J sufficient number of rourta. It la not meant that the necessity of certain Mniii:lnL' Killtor Oltr IMIlur Ardmore, Friday, December 7, 1906. in: I ANNOUNCEMENTS. nit Congressional Ills- nu ! SKIU.UIIN, i Milburn. i in iiiiinlnutlon for Or- i I i M WIIITH ANOTHER MILITARY DISOKACE. If 1 i . il T Ml in M Tv.i.x 1 1. ,t Roosevelt folluwa the .it m the llrownavlllo, 'idler arfnlr, Cvinipnny fmirili Infantry, now lt- ii.su i) in nu riilllilm', will he ill Imiicr.ilily dl:utinrKOit Tluri- i, no nui'ntloii nlMillt tlie lir; Mi m tieliiB rlulit 111 thu "IllK K r uiMUr uiihlnea. Unlleil Stntea ..Hi-. -.1111111 bo allowed to murder ptiiplo and c unpunUIieil. Their com. ilc (annul cmu'eul the murder mill nru:o to testily ngiilnut mur di n r.-. end jot .tay In the lorvlco. That l not ovin to Lc oonaldurod. That I., not the point nt laauo. The point I th.it the Hopilbllrnn potty cniinni ttii) lim iiniiereaaary coitrta that nro not needed, but which will provlfle placea for good men with the lieo In their bonnets. It la meant that we ahouhl not atart olf with too few courta; In other words, courts ample In number to Insure proMptnpaa In the discharge of tho iieople'a litigation. Tiie snH rle) ni'cil not lie ttm high. It la the expcrlenre of other states which have never paid high snlnrles that tli" never Kiifr. riMl from IncoiniH'leiit ui.-n. Thla Ik the lime to think of the nci-dx of the new state. High Hiilarlea mean heavy taxes anil treaaury surpluses, ami II la better that the tax rato should be low so that there wll. be no surplus, leaving tho money In tin pocketa of tho people. oo THE SERVANT PROBLEM. tewj Ha. i5 L N -w J. i.jnc.e Tieati i mtcd I'K irf. luti I HI, I" ' . 1 l-Ult ( i-f.u nl Kiatt- I1.i''ii. hin 'o.tU ' statement on behalf of tfiu president that no Hteps or any kind have been Okcn. or would be liiMlltuted, with a view to negotiation of a new treaty with Jupnn, for the exclusion of Jap anese laborers. Tho president, llacon said, "asked tlmt this Information be made public." A POSITIVE REQUIREMENT. That All Printing Authorlied by Con- greii Use Old Time Spelling, Uy Aanoclated I'roM. Washington. Dec. ".The legisla tive, judicial ami executive appropria tion hill when reported to tho house will contain a isialtlvo reipilreinent that the old Time sH-lllng he used In all prlnllnK authorf""! by r-iiigii". Pspe's Physician Dead. 3y Aaaocltteil l'rosa. Home, Dec. 7. Dr. Uiiinl. physic Inn to the Tope, died ti.-'iy. lie had been III soino time wltn cancer of the stomach, then pneumonia set In. A WHOLESALE KILLING. Tills it tho llrst line ot tho uni'il In which there has hd'ti liny trouble about servnnta. In Kuropu today there la no dllllculty nhoiit It. Kveu In l"Tauco theio nro plenty of people who gladly servo others for imy. In China, jRpnu, India, everywhere except In Australia mid tho United Hlntox mid I'miuil' there Is no dllllculty In hhlng wi.lii.ut negro voles and I1""11' to " hoiiHehold work mil p-r- Mississippi Negro Kills Four Persons and Injured Three Others, )y Associated I'roas. (Irenvllle, Miss., Dec. ".A liegri hereainvAltlilbl 7..'el , a vbn here today killed four pcivoiis, and Injured three iTififri". He was flnnil caiitiiied. Much cxclleiii'tit prevallH. He killed three negroes, one white man, and wounded three policemen. tho nt r' hi threatened them that, r - n.iirdorera are iiunlah cil, tluy will icfuso to vote the Ho publli -o ii. t i That In the whole e'Hliatmi) V , T. dd ngnlnst the worst o mi ' t ' i Republican party with which Hci r i ii T.ift lias lined up Ills proba lo ninliijary fur tho prealdeii cy. Mr Tntt bnow4 Hmt tho negroes hold the tiai.muo of jiowcr 111 Ohio, Inill. na ami niliAda, nml defeat la cirmiu u. tie bis reward for the hjpo r m .1 , time Mr. Uootcvclt has said ii r diitj in ust he done whether It af feoj c ii-i 'inni, or not, and it i- saf' to u i ini redd) wtna out, bands lie wit oo PAPER FAMINE SCRIOUS. Tho 1 1 ir. Ii soiial service. There Is a decided dllforciiro III conditions, however. In the N r h and In Australia conditions nro luai'.y ullki. While people will agreo to do the work, but will not do It projui'y and will not be told of their foul's, et want their full pay on par ihiy. They do not do the i utles contract ed to do ,auil thoy make tlunnaohva Jlsngrconhlo. Hero In the South .our aorvant pmb iom Is iart of tho raco problem, for iioveral year, under the Instruction o' northern fanatlia nnd ot their own poor, misguided leaders the negiies, who have always done the household Monte Ne Fox hunt. MusktiKoo. I. T.. Dec. 0 Tho Slus kogco delegation of fox hunterr to tl special meet, at Monlo No. Ark., Ir d ttlay. will attend the annual fox hunt at Mmto No Christmas week, nnd will take with them an elegant gold nnd satin banner won by them nt the May meet to bo ngnln contested for. They do tills im account of Romo ills .itlsrnctlMn that nroo nt the May meet over tho decision of Judges. Among thoto who will attend tho Monti) No fox hunt from here aro some of our most prominent citizens who own hounds with pedigrees of which they aro proud. For Slx-Yeir Termc. Washington. I). C. Doc. fi. A term of six years for the president and tho vice president of the t'lilted States Is proposed by Senator Cullnm In a Joint resolution Introduced to day, providing for an amendment to the constitution. Tho resolution de clares also that tho president and vice president shall not bo eligible, for ro-elcctlon. SINGER GETS VERDICT. Mary Girllck Awarded $24,000 Dam ages for Street Car Accident. New York, Dec. C May Qarllck, 'work gladly, have been less nnd 1-s- nn oui-time nporn singer, sun nr. ..vllllim to do thu Work properly, mid. tied an Italian nobleman, the Mnrnuis oTpTiiittng paper at '" U "'Kcther Ot,.l Ke. g n verdict in OTe supreme courso .they wwo n porteci rigni to v...- ..... I r.. I,,-., t u.,ifk ir iimv u-fiiiiii .in Hun. tho Jletronolltmi birect liauw.i) thld Kino i unprorpt1ontol hi tho liU I n.,.. Qtm litatmn.! flint nlnvntl Kn.it, -i, ..n pntnts enmr rompnmta be mniicr would prounmy oo wn u,..,,,. .. .. .,f r. .Mus h and the'Mft of many -idJusted. but they do not. They seek year ngo as she was getting off a , , , ,.,ii tiitl.nl In a mark- the places' ns servants then do nU.Pnr sno was thrown backward, break- od manner Some Journal, will be do the work, yet claim full pay andng hor nnklo nnd sufferlns Injuries com.,ell..I i.. r.duc. tho numbor ot' prompt pigment, no urntter how thcypvhlch make Is Impossible for her to have dono thu work. We nro conmif ' Puo nor stage ami operaue iaim. lo the tlmo wb.ii tho old system will be dono away with, l'ooplo will not pay for shiftless work and Impiidenco cry lone. til? tume.lv for It has not yet ap peared. In tho 'et, tho houses .uc col-jmns mid - ie of general Issues It relief diir 3 not como soon The Udmnv.'lte Is not one of tho publication: lo feel' the pinch. H has . , , .. a..,, .....l II. . jjULil r.-.-rn.ii ii tun n.r, HUM "ill ppiiiu M tio expense d maintain lKf"Tegulnr sled Issues Tho Ardmorelte looks ill. .) a hI mni' Hargrove College Notes. Miss Ono Waller has charge of tho Intormedlnto Department In place f I Miss Kord, who had to resign bocnuso cf falling health. Miss Waller is malt- early contracts for ......t for ..eoi.lo who oxnect to do tho . '"B a "no start- i prompt d.-livery and It hedges against 'mik ot lnor own work, with someiWo hnvo enrolled twelvo new pu-f.-. irl.i -.n,-.-s Inn llk'o That tho ooitn-t0 fomo oll certain days anl do plls thU week, making the enrollment try is now experiencing nothing;, no r ,.. cruu ami gi0,, WOrk. Thure . np i" lsv- DKITT HARD'.VICK KI4.-LD I-"I3 STEPFATHER. MER.TIMA;!, Merrlman V Abusing Hardwick's M,ethen Difficulty Ensued Mer rlman Had Been Drinking In Town. rdmorolte Special. Klngstcti. Dec. 7. llrltt llatSml'k a farmer living near here, shot nad killed his stop-father, I'ate Merrlman Inst evening, at a neighbor's house Prom tho facts tlmt could he gathered th shooting was dono In self defense Merilmaii enmo to Kingston yes terdny and was drinking considerably, having In his possession a six slimier The weapon was taken away from Merrlman by the chief of police, who returned him his weapon when be (Merrlman) left for home. When Merrlman arrived at bis d'un Idle lie proceeded tr curse and alnmo Ills wife, whii was the mother of Hard wlck. Ilnrdwlck went over and Inves tigated and then rutirned to his (Hardwick's) house nnd secured n gun. On second thought, however. Hanlwlck concluded not to go t. Mcr rlinnn's house, but stopped nt n neigh bora, and when entering the gate lit the neighbor's ard was confronted by Merrlman In whose hands n slx shooler was held nr.?. prl ited at llardwlck, Merrlman In the meantime having left home. As soon ns Hard wick saw that Merrlman had n six shooter pointed Ms way he llln l wick) fllpjt Merrlman through In bend Jltli fatal results. llardwlck was arrested thlu'moin Ing nnd taken to Tishomingo and ledi.' d in jail to await a preliminary bear Ing before the commissioner. Madden sells Toys lor less. Murderer Shot by Posse. Ily Associated Tress. Lebanon, O., Dec. 7. Henry White, murderer of Marshal Ilasore. was shot .lend by a pDsso today, lie was sur rounded In n thicket near 1'Ieasant Plain. Tho murderer refused to sur render nnd began shooting nt the posse. Mnddon sells Toys for loss. About Good Roads. Ill addressing the Good Itoiuli Con volition while In session at .MuHkoiv Colonel itohert I Owen among other things, said to tho move n ton n mllf over tho host macadam road cost Sl-Iic, an ordinary stone rond lflc fur 11 similar road, whllo an ordinary country rond was figured vJ 25c. Statistics show that l.'jou.ooo tuns are moved annually on tho railroads of thu country and of that tonuase onrh ton was moved on nn nvorago of twelvo mllea over f. country road Suppose wo split the dirtcr-;nco and call It .1 haul of six miles It would cost $1.50 .1 ton to haul It to the rail road nm! by having good, ronds It would eio.1! fl saving uf $50,000,000 stinually icr Oklahoma. Quit paying a fancy price, hut use a genuine fancy flour. Try ono sack of Whtto Trost. Sold by nil grocers. 25-1 m Winter, summer, fnli or spring A slllc umbrella Is Just tho thins Tarvor has tho kind that will make your friend's heait glad for Christ mas. 7-tf THE SHORT SESSION. ' . Ion of tho FtftyntntU ' mi; business. 1 ' 1 on tho Santo Domln!) U b.is boon pending for 1 - on the solans' table. of 1'lncs treaty and tho , at will also conio before foi action. 01 lestrlrllon of Immlgrn uf the most Important sub- Jrca v' - , t in , 1 T I ! liMurncrli tl ,i.lln t-enal, , ri , r n t , . 1 in I.-, "Tie iliii Is allowed to come 1 . . .tr..ota In St. IjjuIs. v.hcrc riu. A i lmorelte'a pathway cnlcu-l( n6gr0 om,,oynient nt all. ai. ,. pouii us greui army 01 .Veol,la do their own work mid employ 'a man, to come onco ti week and do ' . . 1. 1. nn,l .1,1, .l-ll1lt,r It lino mufti, num, man to attend to tho furnace, who never comes Into the upier puns 01 1 the boiw. Kverythlng nlout tho house is arranged with this oud In view and at the corner bakery, or from tho baker's wagon, hot br-ad and hot meat can bo had with oak ed potatoes. What tho housokeeiier wishes to add to this she can with her gas itovo. Wo el tho South have not come to this yot. Wo nro coming to :t. and very quickly. The negro, as a servant, will soon go out of our hes Thoy aro throwing; away the millions of dollars paid out for demos I . htv Ice. The steam laundry, tho Ihm.s furnace, the automobile, nu.'li.n. of nil kinds and steam and water ,.lu .ilH Ing have all come to take the pi.'.-.! ot tho negro and deplrw him of tin , -ages he and hit women should r it urally bavo. Keol friends h.ue n lnc-d him that lie should n't '" foi in. me . union It I"' b tU,- ' Tl.o 6e' .u,i 1 " ob'em Is c in - ctnK lo the ll .111.9 of lllO W "'-.ilo Somebod wi'l soUo It but uot ret working lefts to he taken up. e , 1 'io limiting tho 1 r 1 iilw ly employes. of Senator Smoot of Utah ,' h v 01 ho disposed of. ii.. el. , Hun reform mcaauro, ono 1 1.1,1 g f.-r publicity In campaign ,!'. v.ihrr prohibiting cor , 'i n tmpnlKn' contributions, are r 1 1. ration. ,- lili. ih-ldy bill, thr bill to v H.o 1.1 lit on I'lilllpplno prod . ,t. 1 in- M.e I'ull.M Slates, tho v, -iv n law Hie anil Inpi ic . 1 ' 1 1 , 1 u-hi 1 0111 l.iw in e , , , ,t . 1, fi ,,.-. no azures na. wl" -e. .c the nt'eiiHon of tho 11 t,csaiui if lime permits. ".lr. .lolill Thntnns of 3aum brought three chlhlren ns hoarders this week. MfTj. W. Johnson of .Utb Is a fre (pie'lt visitor to see his three children whr are students In Hargrove. Mrs. A. C. Kerry of Helton was a visitor at the college this week to s o her daughter Myrtle. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hilton of Du rant were visitors last week Hi see thplr son Will. Many of tho pupils went nome to spend Thanksgiving with parents, but all have returned and aro at work. Tho Uxpreaslen Department, assist ed by t Music Department, will give a recital ?! foro Ttrrrolhlays. The (Irosonlan Literary Sorlctv is having sonlt very Interesting meet ings. It is the tntchiroti of this society that It shall bo perpetual as n part ot the real work of Hargrove t'ollese Tjje s.elety has adopted 11 beautiful sod. ! pin and sumo of the niciiil" is arnlw. mm; it. Vc were glad to have ns visit..-- thlsKlMel. at Chapel services He .TKWlt""'s, pastor if Ilroadway Meih oillstrch'iieli, and W. M. Wheliin. .i ' ''-irt'r Avenue Meiholl-t I'lirchfhl'so V- W II KcMn if, I Mr VVnlilan, all or win 10 !ae children at Oirfcotlc-e We are always gild to haveTjaUOba of Hie srhoo) visit 113 Ladles Free, Opera House Tonight, If accompanied by one paid 60 cent llckct. Madden sells Toys for less. Can You Guess' I Suits aM ti On the (list di of l.iini.11. I will give away a lady s gold tt.iuh. .M.111.1 aril Anierlc.in make. Any person who purchases $2 worth or upwards he 1b entitled lo guess nt tho number uf hours, minutes nnd seconds the wan n will run when fully wound up Tho closest guesscr gets the watch. Prices Reduced MS ir THE - H.duee.l piie.M on walih ' and Jewell until the Hi 1 "I t V tinr mo hi b. li.l.i ,111.1 ... pnr. M. w'.al I , , ll I.' 11,1.1 ry. ,f:, for llepalim- u SOGER Watchm&Ker and Jeweler West Main Street Big Kncck-Out Sale! I 1 m B . , I Shl Bros. &v i llfte FincClothssMalers6-1 pJ3 U ViijJ? Uftltiuotoaud Now YrU Pj) WoMomow 1 IV undoubtedly be Hie Biggest Day yet of this Sen sational Money-Saving Sale! We have been selling saoji of goods in every department. Knowing people- thosied who appreciate the valur. of a dollar have been quick to "" take advantage ot this REM BARGAIN EVENT Tomorrow we will be prepared to handle a tremendous business in our Clothing and Men's Furnishing Depart mentsnot an article that is not on sale; not a price that has not been cut the profit is all yours during this sale! This is the Greatest Saie of New Goods Ever Offered the People! $5.00 Suits or Overcoats, now $3.98 $0.50 Suits or Overcoats, now $4.-13 $7.50 Suits or Overcoats, new $3.00 $8.50 Suits or Overcoats, now JH.-4S $10.00 Suits or Overcoats, now $7.93 $12.50 Suits or Overcoats, now $ 0.95 $15.00 Suits or Overcoats, now $12.30 $16.50 Suits or Overcoats, now $U.?5 20.00 Suits or Overcoat, new $15.95 "HEADLIGHTS" -the Famous "Union" Over- Qftf alls and Jumpers, now PUL 25c Suspenders, all styles, now 19c 50c Suspenders, all styles, now 39c 50c Underwear, fleeced and ribbed, now 39c 50c Shirts, work or negligee, now 39c 75c Shirts, with or without cuff, 59c $1.C0 Shirts, fine curtom made 79c $2.50 Suit for little gents, now $1.75 $3.50 Suit for little gents, now $2.98 $4.50 Suit, worth $5.00, selling now for $3.69 These were all extra good values at the former price and everyone marked in plain figures at the Knock-Out price. Store Open Saturday Until 10 P. M. We Return Money on Any Purchase Thai's Not Satisfactory WESTHEmER , , & mm it WE BUSY BLUE FRONT STORE" i 5.