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FRIDAY, JULY 28. Ittxr
JACK WAI.TPN SI'OKK 11EHK I SANK THINKIXO DKMOCKATS
LAST SATl'KDAY XH!IT
link Will. mi, roioti'tuutsiin iciitfuu
candidate f" uiiwinor of OMiihunia.
romtini in tin- Iiimikk iiitu- pi num. v
adduced a liiijri' uowl of iiiipli ut
tho cat I'tHiniiu1 nf tin- mint lmt.-t
hi'ii- la-t .S.ituidny niplit. Ainim
patiyinft linn wi hi mmli touted
jnr. oH'hi'-tia and tho nrclu'-un w.n
a duml, lu'inp mmpo-rd or ic.il ni'i if
mnti'r. Tlio "ilu-ii i " -i ' in-iii
drpiM'd to niuKi' foil; ihinU ti.i'.v v to
fnrmeis. hut :i look at thi-ir il-iin
hand dipiivnl tlial ipiii'My. Aimni
panyiiu: Wilt i v..i a I.ukt lollov,
itiK of ad lu-ii'iit-. Tlioy came in f'uif
nutoinoliili . and ui-ii- di-p"' id
amonjr I In- imil to tail tho e'looi
inp at the pn,.or timu. and it a n.dl
Mr. Vt 4 inn iiiaiiL- ,i hpiMli ihar-octun-tii
of tho man. Ilv i ailid
cciyl)(i. wl.o oppo-o him am' ii.ndi
tho iii-t nun i j. .ti.ivaf.Mlit p'.siii i".
Ho fianl.'y tn od that one man oji-
jm-iiij; I mi i'ij .i a ila'iin Inn
whiili a ah ii ' tlio i. in' t i'i
men' ho im. o iliimiir hi m
RALLY 'KOrXH KEAI.
penoil Thit new has spread like
uild file and has electrified tho cam-
! paipn to the romer of tho state, as
, ihoie i- undoubtedly a 'inltor motive
In this prinnry tho hehind the Catliolic netivity. This
of diM'U-Moii l" "pie- "nine I -tie was injected into the Re
united fiont in November.' ' puhlicin campaiKii a few year ago
(5. I!. Xolon
15. Nolcn attcr
he vera 1 1
TKST KANSAS INDUSTRIAL
FIGURES DOXT LIE, BUT-
'i or i. " "";. , . . .,
.Mh- of suffoiintr w called away
to join tho happy band of
lies who IKicl neparieci a-
Kntlnnnl ntntUftna ul.r.. .i.
ace auto purchaser is 34 v,"S"
Emporia, married and has a definite niiLf
If it iiiliniited oei.heio that no
man in till caliipaicu lm been o
i oliioliini'iilid and ndiiiiied because
of his diirniiy in making a eh an cain
i .iiuii and nh-i mnit the admonition
of tlio lieniociat Slate Conimittec
lln- looped it- h.i u. II. Wilim.
'I'm- i tli- In -I meat a'-ot .Ml.
V. iN-iii offci- the Hinioii.itii l'.irt.
No o'l.ii iinidid.iie ofi'i ! tin- mot
valuable a et. It i- tin fail ii"" ,.
cd b thai other u-ie.it adv.inlaue. h'
effu'ielit. oicllc-iit n-ioid of public
in. o. - wll l.nowii to the peo
nh of tin- -Vile, that h.i- won him
.i ii in I. d Ii -in nuth and -ti.mjc
had nii'i .ill oip-neit- in nr.i tically
i itioii nf tin-ftato. both in tlio
. n 'i"''V and in town-.
In Mii.lliMi-t OMiihonia, wheio It
.i in. a d thi' I. 'inr i' a Mi'im
- il o-i bv b.- l'l.nik. eailie I appial
I tin ut in il e fiont and will cany
,!.. ti.Mi In. ilu Ii I,.. 1. ..- I- IC-M'IS ini.ll.J
cutllm. io .may otn. i'n il of pen I In nil ,,nthi -i ' Ol.'ahonia it ha
plo apiin I at'oinir. a. cl .o'did to ;lieJM., it VI' m f-mi the fl t. but lie
ttirim d m . ho It nriiij will it cciiiiiK hn lmi..i . ! in tonn'n 1'y a tlio
jiooi Io aliv dy find theni-ehe iie 'eiitifaiu'ii ha" tirotrie oil. In the
did not .uhamo a initio o i p.i-nl ,.n,ctliwr i i t'mt' he i- ctrnnelv in
for the .nun Miueilt of iroeniiiu lit tho load i"o to citn P'"n tn "i''y
not foi tl.i c iiioctlon of any i oi.-nt Cmiv couii'v. In 'I'ol a Pawhu ka
the leitilt lias been tlio talk of
tiito oM'i" vinee.
It -hiiuld alo bo l.opt in mind that
thoii-ariN of lojal. patnotie Demo-eial-
all over Oklahoma aio literally
1,1 lioldini; their Imatli thinking of what
h -iiio to iiappi n il tlio Di'iiiocratic
State Ci.ihc ntion hoiild lie confront
ed with the pmhlcm of wiitintj a
I'i mi" ta'ii platfoim for a league can
didate. Il can't bo clone u ic'fuly.
I! II. W'il-oii ha- alviaj- command
ed t'ie ic".iect and ailtniia' ion of the '
people of Oklahoma. He li.'i be-on a '
Ii .ider on hi- paity tieket in past
e !i ton . A- a jiie.it li adc ' anil citl- '
7ett. ho li'i- pi. n i d tho name of Ok
lahoma hi 'li anioiie all the .tatos.
As fiowitioi lie Wntl'il b.td lis out of
ih" troublous witet- and on to heichts
whci pure politic and clean Kcivcrn-iiii-nt
"niilil add ii nor io our jrooel
i iino mil male tUrn bin hero a
-nil j-icater pi id" aid ple.isuio.
h. taiili. ,,....
i. v.a- lioin in Middle.
. i oli. 1s"s: niiivcd to
'. i whin youiie;; joined in mar
.. ' ... mi l'.lmw-i A. Henry lhi
1 ',,.m1 iimfc delate army in 1M1;
I 1. 1 tenant in .".1th Ala. lemmeiit;
u .oiniiialid "I tompauj o
, i lietitotiMlIe N.
jo li of .Match. 1M
ti.it battle II
Uillmio Alton White.
Kan as alitor and author, is out on income of $.')U).70. Also thai he but-7
I otid on infni mation sworn out by a ear at an nverase cost of SI Sft'
(.owrnor llonty Alien oi iniias, wim a crown paynieni ot 5G8!).ni a
chaiKiiiR White with iolntini; the in- cordmi; to this all tho folks who'eln!
tin tnal court law. in that he display- cars can nfforel to. Do you i,i,J
I in the window of hi newspaper that? '"
Henry 1 "" otfuo a placard sympathi.inK with
I the sinking railway -hopnion. llie -rs
eao is to le-t the aiicllty ot tliolaw,
, v Midi the editor claims, is an abridi?o-
1 oiiictit on Hunt of tlio con titutional liglit of
was. wouiltl .. . Ktu i ant free liress. .Mllcn
ami family moved ., o-.aiuo to tho entile countiy at-
No'li Tca-. ls'i. a- ouiain- itulied to the outcome
. the Ilnti-t mi.n tiy in Owen-j
,' lanivn lolmt. ioniis in ,
i ,.f io '
he was a iiieno i r om-i .u -
MomcI to Ok'ahoma in Is"-.
,. i en ii!i ml ole of tho piomer
an ear y clay, no ii-no
(SVll of -nine.
' Mr. V.'alloii was presented in r. few
well (ho-t.i winds by Ai'tiiuy
Gcoiuo I''. Deck of this city.
woim.ivsCim: tkst 'i iiik-ti:kni:r
J. E. ll.illutid. l'lih cliild in a family
of II! anil bom on May l:'. a good
many yciin aito, h f l Wa-hmirtoii
May 111, IPl'J. a' JVnn ylvania Acnue
and llitli Sniot at !i:l
morn. hit with 1.'. cent
to walk iirmird the wm Id. lie i- till
at it. At c.oiy fond- i id town lie
vHts lialiintl open-, a buik .ucoiini
of 13 cents. Mo e!e laie- he ha .'ill.
834 such bank atioiini-. or 'J.'.ifJ mole
accounts than tile itockeifelh i, an
dcrhilts, (Jould , Standaid Oil Com
pany. Monty l'oid iinel ail the rail
ways mid opKMs (omjunii in tho
world ceiinbinid. Cinious way to s unci
0 years of your life i-n't it? About
as worthwhile as poundine; .sand in a
rat hole. Capper's Weekly.
THE WEEK'S MAUI) I.UCK STORY
Kiclund Luo, driving his car to
town .-kidded into a tolepliouo polo.
Coming baik with a garage man to
clear up the wiock. ho found thieves
had stripped it of tnes and fixtures.
Walking homo in tho rain two high
waymen with howitzers took all his
cash, a watch and his package c of
plug cut away fiom him. Finally
reaching homo I.u?e clisiovcied light
ning hail stunk tho bain killing a
$"o) .Mi--ouii mule and that the lined
man had lit out with the family sav
ings amounting to $1 II). This made
Luso a loser fixe times in one day and
makes this the week's het hard link
M'ninl. It-iit'' t'li' f km iii'im V. i'.'-
otie.' mid OI or I 'i e bin"- majori'ie
aio eei'ai'i to ero to V'd on. no
the w! lift in ' i't of the -tat" wh"re
hoiimeiati :n ' o'.erv nd.an'ai'o
neeo a iv to i in. all ate ex'runely
Mei'lfi:i:iE AND HMSREIT
I'AICII 11' nUTKKENCES'K
The big me is which was procini-l
tan ii nc i i. .-5IH a v e oi ago Saturday
ni-In. when iicneial liauott, Adju
tant Conoial of the Mate fluard, had
lb ir. Cen. Mil'herion aMoted over
f.iiluic to (I0--0-- a pas-, has been
pati lied up. IJ.ith faotitions held a
e in iiltatiun and settled the contro-
Mt.v 'fli.t f !rt. ... .. :..A.:..
a .... .. ... ... ... .'.. ....... 7 IIIILIi:.!'
:iiii .'i- for i'--on t . win now in oi- , , mlm,m imIP nrl il. r;A.
in, a ho t of 'fi lends and loved
i i bildti n. f fir boys and two
.'I grand childuii. T gieat giand
,;,. ith he was - year. 2 months
,iiy old. We weep not as one
en' we haie no li ipe.
V- n.'i ae. but Heaven'- gain.
one of the olde-t -ettleis nf
Dr. .. L. Reynolds
I'.yv. I.'nr, Nose tiitil Throat
ami (class 1'iUinf,'
Out t'orncr Drug tort'
i'er Io help in N'oveiiibei. Com er-
viim'v "in akii'g. v. il on seem' a'.'
to cii'iy moie tlnn fif y oo'in'i' .
anil nia'nv of Id- fiientl ph' th
number fib ivo sKty. Wil on will ciny
ociock in inc'ni lahoma ('oiin'v ami isrynn anei c ar
iu his pocket, 1 1,.. Cntintie will bo in the Wil -.on
SAVED MONEY 1'OR TAXI'EYEUS
A few boaiels of county conimis-
sioners ale t'ryinu; to cut down tnxe-.
Tho eountv aiiimiissinnors nt I.ina.
O., rosoiting to aiitlimatic, found it
would (ost the county $1.249.!i(l to
send Aithtir Stntos to jail to pay n
fine of $1,000 on a liquor cliarge. so
they have paiolcel him but he is to
pay $7 a month cm the fine for the
next 1 1 years. Ily s0 doing the coun
ty is $2.2 1'.l.oO to the good instead
of being a loser by the transaction.
mi's will he jinsscel to the Governor
for final eli-poiition.
'l "Let's Keep Our
120 N. 3rd
oi' ion ny .Migu i in si.
Tie Walton leaden freely state
If wo enroot win we want Wilson
the Nominee". Tho Oi-on unporl-
Hi ntii ni'inai't r- aiimii, ineio is no
faction and no feeling tin' can eau-e
any Democrat to he itate with Wilsimi
the nominee. They admit and prove i
In 'iipciinr strongin ny cenieiiiK
their battel u - on him.
Itopoit- are current in tho Cnpi'al
and admitted by all managers that
since tho Catholic Anti-W'il-on Con-
i"ition. and their activity for Wal
ton a- their eho on candidate, it is
imperative that lines 1M. tightly drawn
between Wil-ou and Walton. Thcio
is no doubt but this eliminates Owen
from the winning class. This unus
ual angle injected into the campaign
is cvpectod to aid Wilson more than
any other one thing that has hap-
GOVERNMENT ('KOI' IXSUIl X('E
Crop tnsitianco under a peima
ment goenunciit bureau or commis
sion is pioposed in a resolution of
fered by .Senator McNaiy. He would
have a point coiigios.sional commit
tee determine the ndvibability of pro
viding a dependable insurance of this
JUST THE VERY BEST OF
GROCERIES THAT'S ALL
Phone your next order to 148.
Free Citu Delivery
ISO West Main Durant.
I'll eat my hat if I'm not right.
The not man in Congress will be
Cnit wright. Adv.
W. K. Dunn
of Capitol Hill, Okla
homa, Candidate for
for Clerk of the Su
lie is well (nullified for the of
fice, having served four years
as Clerk of the Superior Court
of Pottowatomie county; also,
member of I' if th Legislature.
Why keep a man in the
Slafehouse for life?
The present clerk has been
there eight years, and is asking
tor another lour-yea r term
Give another good Democrat
the job. Vote for
J,W. K. Dunn
bonking service that is un
surpassed in Bryan County-
fl courtesey that reveals the best
of personal service at a glance.
DURANT NATIONAL BANK
ltoeoarces orer 91,S00,M9
JAS. R. McKINNEY, President
AND the campaign of George F. Short for Attor
ney General has boon clean. His friends have fol
lowed his wishes and have presented his candidacy
to the people devoid of tho stinging personalities and
mud-slinging tactics often enployed by politicians.
George's campaign has been as clean, aggressive and
honest as George himself.
DURING the past week unsigned circulars, writ
ten by unidentified individuals have been circulated
in some parts of the state, purporting facts about
George F. Short which are untrue and unfounded.
THE FRIENDS of George are warned to be on the
lookout for a campaign of untruths and mean insin
uations against him at the last minute when there is
no reasonable chance for answer.
THE, WOMANHOOD of Oklahoma will not approve
an unclean campaign.
"WHY WIN IN AUGUST, IF YOU SO CONDUCT
YOUR CAMPAIGN THAT YOU CANNOT WIN IN
GEORGE F. SHORT
Democratic Candidate for Attorney General
Primary Election Tuesday, August 1.
Ladies find CORONA very use
ful for correspondence.
Look3 nice; gives your letter an
added touch of individuality.
Have One demonstrated
, K. 31. EVANS, Dealer
114 North Third
; ' Phone 71
Owen promises when elected Governor to break the grip of the school book trust and stop this octopus
from levying tribute on the school children of this state.
Owen is opposed to the continual changing of school books so that the younger child is never able to
use the book purchased for the older. How often did they change school books when you were a boy7 There
have been forty-one changes in this state since statehood. You pay the bill and the book trust reaps the profit.
Owen guarantees to take the schools out of politics and permit the teachers to express their political
sentiment without fear of loosing their jobs.
Every poll of farmers taken in this state shows Owen in the lead. The farmers are for Owen.
Vote For Thos. H. Owen and Nominate A Man Who Will Defeat Fields In November
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