The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 47, Ed. 1, Sunday, August 1, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Sunday August 1 1909
THE DAILY AHDMOREITE.
ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING CO.
Entered at tin- Postolllco at Ardmoro
ns Sceond-Clnss Mnttor
Official Paper lor Carter County
AND THE CITY OF ARDMORE
If It Is In the Ardinorclte It Ib legal
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
The Dally Ardmorelte.
Ono Year Jo.OO
One .Month do
One Week ir
The Weekly Ardmor'its.
Per Yar ny Mall 11.00
Six Months no
Throe MuntliM 2f
Huslncss Manager's Ulllco 638
City Editor's Olllcu C
Long Distance 1138
Any erroneous rolloctlon on the
chnractor standing or reputation nl
any person. Unit or corporation
which may appear In the columns ot i
The Arilmorcllc will lie Kindly correct
ed upon Its being brought to tne lit
t ntlon of the inntiai;eniciit.
Ardmore Sunday August I 1909
MAKE TAXES LIGHTER.
Carter county him before It now
the first real buslines proH)sltlou
that has over lieen presented to It.
The question 1h not one of politics
lint one of business. The problem Is.
Hlmll the county Issue bonds for
building a court house .ind Tor Itt tt tl -lug
hrldgiw and roads. It In one
that deserves tho host thoiiKlit of
every citizen. No taxpayer win do
himself and his neighbor Justice by
ass' rtlng that he will wto one way
or the other without flint giving
consideration to the questions In-
volved Shall 'Carter county umko those Im-
provements with cnMh collected from
the iiockfU of the people during
tin hc 1 1 men or shall they miilte them
wltn Hie other fellow's nioney ami
with our noteH due In twonty-rivo
iMuny people shirk from a bom!
Issue when the question Ik first
preHented. Naturally the thinking
man begins to make figures. If ho
can Kill" '' wtlng for the Inane he
will do so. If he and the other citi-
zens of tlu county must lone ho
votes nKaliiHt It. Let's see how this
problem of the road and lirldKo bonds
tlKures out. In tho lust eighteen
months there has been expended on
the roaiU In this count J'JI.iMIO and
If the urKcnt requests for work
could have all been met the oxpondl-
turcs would have been twice tills
amount. Thin Is at the rule of six-
teen thousand dollars a year. Now
figure the interest on the $200000
bond Issue at !i per cent and It will
bo seen that the oNomllturoii under
the bond Isoio will be ten thousand
dol'ars a year. Here Ik a saving of
six thousand dollars The sinking
fund does not have to be provided
for until after the expiration of ten
years. Ttie interest only must he
paid. The premium on the Issue will I
pay the taxes that are required for
Interest for the first year and a '
half so the taxes will bo much le ;
for tho present. At the expiration of
ten years It is reasonable to ostl- 1
mate that all the Indian lands will j
tie taxable more lauds will be In ti
state of cultivation more farm hous- I
es will be built more business bout-
os will be In Ardmore and more ami .
larger stocks of good will he In the
county and the tax rate. In order I
to create the sinking fund will I
never have to be Increased.
One of the objections urged to i
the Issue Is thnt the estimate on
the bridges nro too high. Most prob-1
ably they are. The estimate made 1
Is .1 mere matter of form. The price
must come within the estimate and
an come as much lower as con- I
tractors can be urged to bid. Every
bridge will be let on bids and what-!
over the surplus Is it will be into
h general fund for road and bridge i
mprovemcnts and can he spent any- I
where in the county.
t'ar'i r county farmer would llko
to ban- an opportunity to earn this '
money at a time when the drouth has
nhortenod tho crom. It will be noth- '
lug shorter than a calamity to fall j
to carry the lxinds for tho roads and '
bridges of Carter county.
n Ardmore traveling salesman '
wh sells clothing was recently sent
Vy his house Into the rural parts of
Ills territory to Investigate crop con-
oitlons. John Whayne went all right
and entered no end of watermelon
mid roasting ear patches and when
Jio showed up In Ardmore again a '
paper declared that he looked more
like a peeled onion than nn up to- i
dato traveling man. Dally Oklaho. j
Now John didn't tell us anything
about watormolon patches. "We'll j
have to look him up and get him to
GRANDFATHER R. W. DICK.
Aidtiiorc'H former mayor and town-
num. Hon It W IHrk state prison
warden. In now cnjo.utig the bless-
ing: and comforts from .being a
grandfather Hon itob" only ar-
rived at the grandfather singe yes-
terday morning when a flue ten
pound boy was horn to his daughter.
Mrs. Hairy llerry. Mr. and Mrs.
Iterry an former well known resi-
dent r this tit) and have ninny
friends who rejoice with them at
the nrrlwil of the young heir whoso
raino Is "MMck."
Is It possible that Ardmore Is com-
pelled to take a backward step In Its
wonderful stride toward metropolis
tanlsm through suffering the Igno-
miny of dispatching fnetorywnril the
auto ear lecently received by the
ambitious chieftain of the city fire
department? It would seem so. Tie
chief however has his dtaippotti -liieut
somewhat utoiied for In ''ie
presentation by the city commission
of a check for $100 to pay his ix
tcnsen to Grand Itaplds and retain
If you want to know the truth
about tho matter Chief Slaughter
would have rather hud Hint auto
than twenty trips to (iraiid Itaplds or
any other place and not only the
chief hut many other (itlr.ens think
the city inade a backward Mop when
It scut Hie auto back.
Col. Sidney Suggs of the Ardmoro-
Ite Ardmore was In Dnnint this
morning and while here took occas-
ion to unload on Durum for not
having its business streets paved.
That's right Sidney we deserve It
and will take any abuse you may of-
fer. Diirant News.
Young People's Union Meeting.
At Hewn o'clock this evening the
young people's societies of the vari-
ous chiirchH In the city will meet at
the llaptlst church in union meeting.
Among the Modelled Included are the
llaptlst Young People's I'nloii the lip-
worth League the Chrltlan Endouv-
or and others. Any other societies
of the churchoM are nuked o attend
and all Isltors and t rangers will U
Klien a cordial welcome.
An unusually uttra-tive program
has been prepared of which the main
topic will be "Tho Sahallon or The
City " There will bo special music
both vocal iiid Instrumental by the
jonng nsiple composing the soci-
eties. The program in full Is aa follows:
pick up prog
Subject; The Salvation of tlio
City. Text: Rom. 12 Mil.
Coronation hymn. Invocation.
Topic No. 1. Tho Giwpel tho Sweei.
and Power of its Miflon Prof.
Topic No. 2. My Altitude Towards
the Lost lit Ardmoro. A persona.
Kuunlnatlon Miss Kato Halt.
Vocal duo MIm Jkard aiin
Topic No. :i. A financial Review
of the Work. Will It my?-Mr.
Arthur M. (.Took.
Topic No. t. A Translation Into
Human Uxjwrlouco of tho Mhsu-i
Injunction. "Ue Ye 11h(r of Men'
Hev. l.siio I Sanders.
Violin soloMiss Mabel King.
Open parliament conducted by
Ceo. Williams nitcusslons t'mlteu
to thteo minutes each on '.Some Men
Who lure Hern Adroit Soul Ami.
Vocal solo Miss Niinnleo.
Kenlly the most Interesting game
of tho year will bo seen this after-
noon at lxirenn iark. Meet our
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TEACHERS' SALARIES HAVE
BEEN RAISED THIS YEAR
DIG SCHOOL YEAR IN SIGHT
AND NO HIGH SCHOOL READY
The school year beginning SJ1-
tt mtM r JO. I'.mi:i will bo marked
b u Maine enterprise mid gronth
tl it has brought Ardmoro city
4 !i ols to the front lu Oklahoimu
Tiun Is no cheek to the growth ot
t'io public schools Have sluggish
li adiTshlp. I'umlsli tomu one to point
tin way and the people have ever
resMiliiel to the needs of the com-
Tin- physical child will be a groat
study and center of Interest this
your In the city siiojls. While it Is
a crying hIiiiiiio that a now high
school not equipped and ready
to receive the high school thereby
relieving thu overcrowded ward build-
ings still thnt will not deter the
IsMird or education from making
grout efforts to give the children
tho best sun I lory conditions Ksslbk.
Steps are now being taken to work
out a filtered wotnr supply for each
ward. This will bo one of tho groot-
out hloMlng ever devised for bet-
tor schools here. Tho superintend-
ent of the scli-ools Iiiis secured the
aid and cooperation of Dr. J. II.
Ilargiiie the city physician and to-
gether they nro going to set on foot
a (NWiipiilttu for health which will
through lhi teachers reach each
child. The director of physical train-
ing Is awoy at University of Colo-
nolo mimmcr m-hool taking a spe-
cial course. She U determined to
work out o scheme for the children
which iwlll not only give moro scien-
tific Indoor development of the body
but wi! glvo o system of kuiiios
etc. ad.ipted to play Instincts in
While speaking ()f icnines and
sports which the National Kducatlon
Association Inslats domaud as iiiueh
time ami plan from touchers as
study there will bo studious mire to-
ken to develop tennis schools bas-
ket bull baseball etc. Principal
Hodges Is a devotee or outdoor life
ond has expressed his Intention to
give tho hlKh school bovri and glrU
some flue things In this direction.
The Best Teachers.
There has been a steady growth
or teaching in Ardmore. It is said
that the Ardmoro touchers are known
through this mid a purl of adjoin-
ing stiitos as beliiK the most pro-
gressive In Hie state. No pains have
been spared this year to get the best
teachers on the market. Salaries are
In Ardmoro a little better than lu
most cities of the tate. Tho ixiard
mode n sweeping nilse of ten per
cent on oil mlarles this year. If
this had boon done in the cities of
the usl the big educational Jour-
no's would have been braggliiK
about It yet. IIIkIi school salaries
run from seventy to one hundred
thlity-threo dollars per month. Su-
pervisors and there are three range
from sixty-five to eighty dollars.
Touchers from forty-five to sixty-
five dollars. While these figures are
too low for the competent energetic
tcac-hei yet they nro as good as
the best olsewiiero mid Ardmore
should have as good mid happy touch-
er workers for her children as may
The high school Ik tho hind of the
system. It Is tho dynamo ami must
Iwivo power within It coming from
men ond women of the best universi-
ty mid normal training experience
mid natural force and leadertdilp. It
Is (i big thing lu the eye ot the
nmnogoineiit of the city schools
lo select nny tisichor and especially
the high school principal. Out of a
hundred jipplloont for this place
this year there was a 1kib down
to three. Olio o Yale graduate and
with honors; another a Ypsolanll.
.Michigan giaditoto with broad expe-
rience mid the other n M. A. do-
degree nmn of the University of Vir-
ginia. The board has chosen the
last Sounded from every standpoint
lio was a man of hmdorshlp. With
oxpeiienco in tho high school work.
Willie young yet one who by active
life and sterling worth had been
called a Under In church as well as
J-Iuoatlon lu the Old Dominion state
a moti to whom the Industrial
commercial mid mental achievements
of the men historically considered.
Is an Inspiration a man whom the
board and superintendent met and
lonkod over and found to be an ele-
gant gentleman in every respect
this is the high school prlnclp.il
Specialist in languages.
Miss Hammond mid Miss Frailer
whose worth Is known and who are
col'ego women will bo Kick to take
literature history and l.itln. A
young lady graduate of Cornell Uni-
versity will take the iwork lu Or-
man She is a specialist in Uroncli
and SKtnlsH as well. The sciences
will be separated this year for tho
fust time from the other depart
tiHiits grnt step townrd betc -r
power mid under nn extra high
s hiol toocher. a graduate of tin
A. & M. college of tills Mate. Tin
extra teacher In high school will
permit tho separation of the ninth
grado which will be another ioltit
scored for better health ns well as
' So It Is seen that the high school
! has a start It has never known be-
fore. While It l the view hero that
I the high hcIk.oI Is tho people's
college and should train for life
rather than for college yet It is
an lwnest and practical ambition of
tho superintendent that It reach the
ixilnt where Its graduate will re-
ceive entrance to any university In
tho land. To do this university
teachers nro demanded of high
schcsils by such as Harvard Yale
University of Virginia etc. The
nmke-up of our present faculty will
hastily tend toward that end. It
might bo said that at present our
high school takes rank "A" at the
University or Oklahoma mid the A.
& M. Oollogo or this state. No other
school can do more.
Waiting for New High School.
In tho grades the schools have
been strengthened .with a few extra
teachers. In the Koiirth ward an
extra teacher will take her place
while the same Is true In the sec-
ond ward. These ward schools are
growing rapidly ami call for this
new aid. There an other grades
In ?ho city which need It but there
Is no place to put the extra teach-
ers until a NI-3W IllC.li SCHOOL IS
ItUILDICD. Let It be understood
that Ardmore schools are deprived
or forty per cent of their true
value by the abaenco of a HIGH
The spirit of happy enterprise and
personal emulation has boon the
spirit by which we have conquered
educational problems lu tho past
and will bo the M)llcy of this year.
Much loom the best room In the
building. (Nich building the best
building in the city mid ouch ward
the best school spot lu trie city o.
Ardmore. and Ardmore tho best
thing educationally ami otherwise In
tlu state. Till. scheme demands a
Kntl deal or the principals. Miss
Anna Matthews i lead tho rirst
ward again: Mrs. t. Islington will
takee her place in tb-- Second ward
again; Miss lllauch'c lll!ley a train-
ed and experienced graduate of the
Kansas State Normal will have tho
UoiirUi ward while Prof. Hodges
will loud the Third ward ir the
people In these wards will rally to
to the cry or their principals as they
ever hae ir they do not get re-
turns at the end or the year lay It
(ci the principals.
ATTRACTS LEGAL ATTENTION
"ANTI-MOB LAW" OPINION OF !
JUSTICE HENRY M. FURMAN
Oiithrle. Okla.. .Inly III. --Comments
of attorneys throughout the state on i
the remarkable "anti-mob" opinion j
of priNsiding Justice l'uriiian of the
state criminal court show tho Interest
lu the stand taken by the Jurist.
The case was that of the state)
vs. A. N. llyers. a wealthy dole- j
bo Okla. towusito promoter con-
victed of wife murder whine appeal
was based on the ground that the 1
district Judge permitted u physician
to testiry that the nnture of the vie- I
tint's wounds precluded a suicide the-
ory. This eWdenee was declared" to
be an error. Judge Kuruiau In re- '
fusing to reverse tho lower court
admits the error but holds It to be j
"harmless. Ho says: I
"The enforcement of the doctrine
of harmless error In Oklahoma will
greatly Improve tho character of our
criminal trials. Lawyers will ho
compelled to try their caaos upon j
their actual merits and will cease '
devoting so much time lu attempting
to force technical errors into the i
record. The needless waste or much
Mllliablo time and the expenditure
of a great deal of money will be
saved mid for bettor results will be 1
reached In tho administration ot 1
Justice and the courts will gain the
ronfldonro nnd respect of the people
and acts of mob violence will ceaot
to disgrace our state. !
'Wo are very sure that If the 1
people hail Implicit confidence In the '
courts to speedily enforce the law
upon the merits of each case there
would ho no lynching in this state j
"ine reversal or the Just convic-
tions of the guilty upon purely tech-
nical (piestions a the prime cause of
want of confidence In the courts'
This want of confldcnro often results
In mob violence on the part of n
long jiufforlng and outraged public.
"Wo have tho highest possible au-
thority for this statement for wc are
told In the liible that:
" ltccau8o sentence against nn evil
work is not executed speedily there-
fore the hearts of the sons of men
is fully set In them to do evil' "
The Hottest Game of the Year
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 1
AT LORENA PARK
Both teams have been strengthened and league
playing will be witnessed.
Visitors to Ardmore will get their money's worth.
Convenient car service 5c.
Coolest grand stand in Oklahoma.
FIRST LAY SERMON BY
'COM. W. R. BURNITT
COMMISSIONER OF STREETS TO
ADDRESS PEOPLE AT CHRIS-
TIAN CHURCH THIS EVENING.
This cenlifg at the Christian
church the first of the lay scrmoiu
that will be heard during August
will bo delivered the speaker Inins
Commissioner W. It. llurnltt.
lu the absence of the pastor he
suggested lief are he left that the Sun-
day evenings during the month be
occupied by well known business
men who might chose their own sub-
ject and give tho public any ideas
or Information they desired about
public questions and events and as
a result five prominent citizens
agreed to preach lay sermons and all
ot them are much pleased with the
Innovation and promised to proparo
some Interesting talks. Since tho an-
nouncement of the names or the
gentlemen who will address the peo-
ple on these five Sunday nights
there has been unusual interest man-
il'ested among tho citizens and bus-
iness men who will hear one or
their number talk from a pulpit.
The sermon this evening by Lay-
man llurnlti Is the first ami he
has said that ho will talk on the
subject of "How It Keels to Ito si
Commissioner." Mr. llurnltt Is well
kno.Mi for his humor and although
not having been a commissioner
but a few short months ho doubt-
less has experienced some queer
sensations and has round out many
tilings about city matters that will
bo worth hearing.
The public Is cordially Invite! to
hear Mr. llurnltt this owning at
Still). Unless Mr. llurnltt desires to
speak at considerable length the
services will not last over an hour
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The bitter walllngs of some
people who abuse the people
all tho way from tho mer-
chant to the legislator in or-
der to call attention to htn
merchandise Is pretty good
evidence that 'ho has seen
the handwriting on the wall.
People who are careful to
guard ago I ns. germs who are
careful about the purity or
their drinks always call for
soda drinks that bear tho
Hut people do not spend all
they have tor cold drinks.
The girl ami the boy have a
sweet tooth that must be fill-
ed some time and there t lie
Crown comes In again. No
sweat shop goods boar the
Crown brand. In making pur-
chases ()r candy. Insist that
your dealer gives you tho
Crown candles. Wo will ap-
preciate tho faor and you
will appreciate the quality of
the candles you buy.
CKOWN 110TTL1NC5 &
Morgan .1. Hays
President and Manager.
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llellnmy Whlteley la hero for a
few days Those desiring tholr pia-
nos tuned or repaired leave order
at Gilmer hotel.
r.ARIXSLF MILITARY ACAnF.lUY
1 .j1 Propnrcs for Collep
Mr' ')0' 01 campus.
I'i' J Silver Lake Sept
) A It
C. It. MEKKIFII2LI) Trciisurur.
The pastors and choir lenders of
the various churches are asked to
have their announcements In ns early
Saturday morning as possible. Any
Item of Interest in connection with
tho churches will be gladly received
also any note of the doings of any
of the various societies of the dif-
ferent city churches.
Two cf tin sweetest wingers
of Israel are Hev Mr and Mrs.
llareafor It has been my priv-
ilege to hear them slug ninny
times nnd always with Increas-
ing delight nnd added profits.
Ilrother It.ireafer conducted
the singing of the South-
ern llaptlst Convention in
our church Inst May and It
was the universal verdict by
tho hundreds of preachers mid
those who are not preachers
from almost every stnte in tho
union thnt his leadership was
superb. Mrs. llareafor is fully
the equal of her gifted hus-
band In the mastery or song
and the two blend In gracious
harmony. From tho great Con-
vention all the way through
many kinds of meetings to
the flrosldo Itself I have hearn
those dear friends sing with
sweet ties- and power. May
(lo.l ever bless them mid em-
ploy their gifts to advance
His glorious reign.
F. C. McCONNF.LL I). D.
Pastor First llaptlst Church
Kansas City Mo.
(Watch this space for further
H REV. MRS. BARCAFER
Two cf tin sweetest winners
I of Israel are Hev Mr and Mrs. I
llareafor It has been my prlv- I
UNO! ON. TLX AS.
Lite. (iymnaIuni anil Swimming
and Orchestra. Kiicampment at
1 1 to 28. Write for particulars.
St. Philip's Church.
Klghth Sunday after Trinity. Aug.
Sunday school : :io a. m.
Divine service and sermon 10:il0
No evening service.
H. II. SMITH Hector.
Holy mass will be road at nlno
o'clock today followed by bencalielton
with tho Illessed Sacrament. Ser-
mon during mass. Sunday .school at
"I p. m. Kverybody welcome.
.IAMBS .1. WALLRAPP. Pastor.
The meetings at the Adventlst
trnt. corner Ith Ave. and K. St. N.
H will continue only one more week.
The subject tonight will be. "Tho
Croat Controversy iretween Christ
and Satnn." allowing the struggle be-
tween the forces of good and evil
during the p.ist .six thousand years.
On account of tne absence of the
pastor there will bo no morning
sermon. There will be Sunday school
at tho usual hour after which the
inemberH will partake of communion
nnd then have tho ptivllego of at
tending other churches.
In the evening the first of the lay
sermons by well known business
men will bo hoard Commissioner
llurnltt sponklng on the -subject of
"How U Feels to Ho a Commission-
er." This servlco will begin at S:30
nnd will last less than nn hour. Ev-
ery citizen of tho city who Is Inter-
ested In public mntters will do well
to hear Mr. llurnltt nnd all aro In-
vited to attend.
Services at I. O. O. F. hall at 8:15
Golden text: 1st John 5:2.
Responsive reading .Numbers 20 If-
21: 1st John 2:7-10.
All Interested are cordially Invited
to worship with us.
Yates Conter Kan. Sept. 18 190S.-
Aftor my doctors gave mo up to dio
linn's Toxns Wondor cured mo of
kidney and bladoVr trouble. It Is tlui
nc-st medicine on oarth. Mrs. 3
lohnsou. Sold by all druggists. D&w
Go Auto Driving.
I will drlvo auto for city drives
nny evening after 7 and any hour
on Sundnys. Engagements must bo
mado by 6 p. m. Phono tt.
Mm W. 3. FTtALET.
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