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W. S. MORGAN, Manager
It Will Pay You to
Before You Biy
Complete Stock of
For Congress, Dick T. Morgan, of
For Stata Sanator, Howard M. Drake,
For Representative, J. W. Steffen, of
For District Judge, Arthur G. Sutton,
For County Attorney, Roicoa Rizley,
For Court Clerk, George NichoU, of
For County Clerk, H. B. Maddox, of
For Sheriff, J. B. Couch, of Couch.
For Treasurer, B. F. Kennedy, of
For Superintendent, W. L. Hanson, of
For County Judge, C. F. Twyford, of
For Anenor, No Candidate.
For Surveyor, J. R. Quinn.
For Com. lit Dittrict, O. O. Menden-
hall, of Gate.
For Com. 2d Dittrict, F. H. Drum, of
Beaver, Route A.
For Com. 3d Dittrict, J. A. Haworth,
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aJejMMMTT T" -TS-
The Primrose is Built for Service
BOTH the reasons why you buy a cream separator
are met fully by the Primrose. The first is to get
all the cream with the least work; the second, to buy a
machine that you or your wife can easily keep in operating
condition, and that will skim closely for years.
You know that there is aothing about a Primrose to get
out of order. You know, too, that it has a splash oiling
syste m that takes care of every bearing, and that it is a dean machine no
oil in the milk, and no milk in the oiL g
But the PrimroM has eome other exclusive features you ought to know
before you buy any separator. For instance, at any position, the handle
takes hold the instant preempts applied, and let go the instant the pressure
is taken off. The spindle etaya in the separator, where it belong. When
you place the bowl on theeeundie.it centers itself automatically without any
pounding and without tryingaoea than once that seres the lower spindle
bearing and prevents dangerous epringing of the spindle itself.
No master what separator question you brine ud. you will fmt It full
answered by the Primrose, Come in and take a good look at it before you buy,'
CARTER TR.ACY HDW. CO.
Food Will Win the War Don't Waste It.
The Strong Withstand the Heat el
Sunmer Better Than the Weak
Old psesle who are feeble and roeager people
ke art weak, will be sum thensd and enabled to
so tkraeek the essresslnj beat of summer by Us
jmt enriches Us bleed sad builds up tbs whole trt
x'ttai. 'Yon see ssse ftsl lit StrsistlissUC, larlsor-
I hereby announce my candidacy
for County Commissioner for the 3d
District and will appreciate your vote
and support. If elected, I pledge a
fair and economical administration.
J. A. HAWORTH. Boyd.
No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have an un
healthy color, which Indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there Is nor or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC Uvea regularly
lertwoor three wssks will enrich the blood, Im
prove the dldestam, tad set as a GseenU Strength
eeJagToaktethswhelesratss. Mature will then
throw offer steel th worms, end the CUM will be
laperfsrtaeaK. riessaattotake. SatBerbsCu.
"While thin Is n far for Democracy It
In not n democratic war," nays Buck
Campbell In the WnukomlN Hornet.
ino ooys in tne trendies are immune
mr tne nccency or the world, anil
decency In pollticH In Oklahoma Is JUHt
as necessary In mnklng the country
snfe for Democracy as It Is In some
From tho appearance of the demo,
rratlo papors nver tho atutn one easily
comes to the conclusion that tho editors
nro expecting the Wllllams-Ilohcrsnii
iniicniiio to Kei us iiumiriiy irom tne
same source rroni which it Rets its
punting the penitentiary plant.
When ypu go to tho polls on Novcm
her 5 don't fnriret that a irane thnt will
lie Jir,Gii.,M'J.-IK worth to you, can he
expected to give you a raw doal after
tney get your vote. Anu, it you were
the only one concerned, you'd havo a
aw iicai coming.
Candidate nnbmtson tierhans ilirures
thnt a lie well started cannot be caught
un with In a few days, thereforo con
sented to the $15,(505,819.48 lie printed In
the Democratic campaign Hook, we
wish to explain right here, however,
this Is not the xnme "Democracy" tho
boys nver there aro paying their Uvea
to mane tne world sale ror.
Tho war has forced economy unon
(ivory family In Oklahoma except the
official state family at Oklahoma City.
The last legislature appropriated over
nrteen ana a nair million dollars ror
them to spend. In spite of an annus
state Income of seven millions dollars,
and passed besides an extra appropria
tion bill of 1224.000 to cover deficiencies
in ne expense oi maia government ror
in perioa enaing June 30. wnat s tne
use of practicing economy for people
who will continue to Btand for such ex
travagance Candidate Kobqrtson's campaign
book says In effect that tho legislature
appropriated no monoy In 1917; that
3S.605,819.4S covers nil appropria
tions In the eleven years f statehood."
That's the exact statement, notwith
standing the sixth legislature ap
propriated 1B, 605.819.48 for tho last
two years of Williams "cruel economy"
administration, and the money has been
spent. Aro you, Mr, Honest Democrat,
Koine to vote for a candidate for gov
ernor who will lie to you to get your
Tho purpose of free government la to
give tho folks a say about the conduct
of the chaps who transact the public's
business. Would you turn your per
sonal business over to the state house
crowd and give them free awing to run
It for youT Wouldn't last very long,
would It? The public's business Is just
aa Important as your-personal business.
It hasn't been conducted with economy
or honesty In years and there's good
reason to believe It will not be until a
change Is made. Rwat tho present
bunch and If tho new bunch does not
make a decided Improvement, swat
them. Let's get this state cleaned up,
Is a. bunch of politicians who attempt
to deceive you as to cost of state gov
ernment to the extent of S7S for each
and every farm In the state worthy, of
your vote? Yet that Is Just what 'the
presenti bunch Is attempting to do. In
their campaign book they say that the
cost of state Kuvernment In the
EI.BVKN years of statehood Is only
S28.161.S21.T8. They conveniently lost
the sixth legislature with Its ap-
riroprlatlona of nearly f 18,000.000. mak
ng a total expenditure since statehood
or iB3,7B7,i.2l is it any wonuer tne
machine wants to distract attention
rrom tne last two years of ruinous ex
Vto f w Steffen it Represent' 1
Washln ton. D. C. October 17. Doe
the American farmer desire a perpetua
tion of Democratic rule In House and
Unjust discrimination has been
practiced agalnat the farmers of the
, norm, middle-west, and west by tne
present Democratic congress. In favor
i of southern nroducts. This has been
dona by the southern Democratic
coterie now In absolute control of
House and 8enate, and by the Demo
cratic National Administration.
A price has been flxid on wheat,
but not on cotton, or rice, both ptret
southern products. Wheat by act of the
Democratic congress Is flxed at S2.10
With no price fixed on wheat It Is the
general opinion that the grain would
bring far more to the farmer than $2.10
The difference In the price of wheat a,
fixed by a Democratic congress and a
Democratic admlnlslratlor, and an open
rrarket. Is the difference In hard cash
that the northern, mid-western and
western wheat farmer doesD't get, a
total that would amount to hundreds of
millions of dollars. Trorated It wouli
be a considerable sum In the pocket of
orh wheat grower.
Prices of cotton and rlcu are fixed by
tin law of supply and demand, un
hampered by Democratic congressional
action, and consequently the southern
rice growers and cotton planters are
rapidly bocomlng wealthy with the
cnonr.mnly Increased war time prices
for rice and cotton. The southern
Democrats who control congress have
taken good care that the southern cot
ton and rlj grower shall not have the
prices of his products controlled by
Irglslitlon, but this southern delerntlon
says what the wheat farmer shall get
for his crop, not what It should bring
In the wnrlld's markets, as In the case
of cotton, which prior to tho war sold
at 7 cunts per pnunii. now sens ror sz
cents. 1'eerulated by the law of supply
and demind. hut an arbitrary price that
has taken millions out or his pocxets.
Similarly a price has been fixed on
wool. It would he hard to compute the
Immense sum that the mlddln-western
and western wool grower has lost by
the arbitrary flxlng of the nrlco of his
product. Hundreds of millions would
not cover his loss. Hardly any wool Is
produced in tne snutn.
A price ha been llxed nn coal. Most
of tho coal la mlnod in tho north and
Hut no nrlce has been nxen on lumber.
another principal product of the south
How long does the wheat tarmer. the
wool grower, and the coal producer In
tend to allow Democratic congressional
discrimination In favor of the cotton
nnd rice planters and the lumbermen of
the sou thorn states.
Tho discrimination against every
other section of the country In favor of
the south is not tho only way In which
the present Democratic congress has
worked for Its favored section.
The present Democratic congress Is
collecting the hulk of the revenue to
carry on the war and tho government
north of the Mason and Dixon line. Tho
Demociats. accomplish this by their
control of tho Ways and Means nnd
Finance Committees, In whlcn they
have the majority memberships .ind tho
chairmen. Not only do they collect
most of the revenue from the nurth,
middle-went and west but. they spend
most rf this revenue In tho "rkdld
Soutli." nn unfair method of distribu
tion oj these immense sums.
Most of the great government plints
for war work, most of tho army cnntoi -ments,
and most of the army aviation
fields have been established In the
Money collected from tho tax payers
of tho north, mid-west and wett is
spent by millions in the fnvurod ii tilth.
Paying comparatively imall nriounts of
taxes nnd with smalt populations the
southern staes not only dumliiut con
gress and the administration but collect
Immense sums from the ether sections
of the country, which they spend in
their own section, through u southern
cabinet and a southern president, who
directs the expendlturos.
Discrimination In favor of tne south
ns ngalnstr the north and west In loca
tion of cantonments and other b". cat
war activities has been peisiHi.m,
practiced by Secretary Dakor.
Despite tho fact that tho northern nnd
western states havo supplied more
troops for fighting tho" war with
many (a glance at tho casualty '1st of
any day will toll tho story,) and have
paid moro taxes to support tho u
than the southern states. Secretary
llaker has located most of the army
activities In the south, where army ex
penditures aro pouring n steady stream
of gold Into the hands of tho people of
If the people of the United State de
sire a fair administration of natlonnl
affairs they must elect a Itc publican
house and senate November 5.
The south Is in control of the legisla
tion of the country, and also In control
of the nation In practically all of Its
administration In the war. Seventy
eight per cent of tho Washington em
ployes are from those state uhore
cotton is king.
Never In the history of thU Ilepttnllc
has the power of determining Iho
national policies been concentrated In
the hands of so few men, or so
monopolised by a small numbur u.
Of the fifty-two Democrats In tho
senate thirty represent the "Solid
South," and elgth others were born In
the south, so that In tho senate theru
are thirty-eight Democrats who are re
sponsive to southern Interests.
Of the seventy-five committees In tho
senate about one-third practically do
manshlps assigned to Republicans all
belong to this list.
Nearly every Important committee in
the senate has a southern Democrat for
Of the sixty-one house committees
forty-two are important. Every one of
tho forty-two has a southern Democrat
for chairman. Democrats from north
and west, representing thirty-one
'states, have been allotted only twenty
one chairmanships and these are of a
minor character. Northern Democrats
representing two-thirds of the states In
the union, and a much greater propor
tion of population, wealth. Industrial,
agricultural and business Interests, are
limited to only one-third of tho chair
manships of the house of representa
tives. "Win with Wilson" has been substi
tuted for "He kept up out of war," and
with this and similar fake catchwords,
planned to Influence the electorate No
vember 6, the Democratlo campaign
managers are again scheming to Im
pose on the voters.
Having "put over" the fake campaign
slogan of "He kept up out of war" In
1916, the Democrats, with an effrontery
unparalleled In American political
history, are attempting to again fool
the people with "Win with "Wilson,
Meanwhile they are conducting the gov
ernment In the Interests of the "Solid
It cost the tax payers of tho Htnte
$112,690 yearly to maintain the effice
of the stato corporation commissi in.
Considerable money for r.n Institution
the work of which could he taken care
of by the attorney goneral'i office with
out additional cost. Let's swat this
state house machine once and see what
happens. Tou can't "worse It."
The last state legislature provided a
sum of practically a quarter of a mil
lion dollars to be used each year by the
nirreroiu stain orncers ana aesignaiea
"contingent funds." Keen In mind that
every legitimate expense each officer
could foresee was already taken care of
by other appropriations. This con
tingent Is wholly at the disposal of th
state officers personally. Fully two-
thirds or mis vast sum is worse (nan
wasted. "Contingent Funds" may be
used to cover a multitude of corrupt
acta. If a contingent fund la unneces
sary why wouldn t It be good business
io appropriate a certain sum ,or mat
purpose and place It lu the hands of
the state treasurer to be drawn upon
by the different state officers as needed,
and making It difficult to obtain money
for other than legitimate purposes?
LEE GOSNEY, local Mgr.
We aro prepared with an immense stock of
To take care of your needs in our line. We buy in large
quantities, getting lowest prices, and can save you money.
Come in and See Us
Inspect Our Goods and Get Our Prices
Paul W. Light Lumber Company
L D. HUMPHREY, local Manager
EYER.DALE Stock Farm
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The Home of
Herd of Select Cows
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Choice Stock for.Salo. Inspection and Correspondence Invited.
CHAS. sTYKR, Prep,
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Hkjkmmt Mmrkmt Prlcm Bmmvmr, OUmkmmm
I. H. STALLING, Tht Old RiliaUt
Umwmimr mnd OmHcImn GlmmmFHisd
Is now Located at JeB's Place. k See him for First Cla'ss'worlcr