The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 10, 1908 Page: 2 of 6
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The El Reno Democrat
by the democrat publishing company
the democrat is the official city and county paper.
J. W. maher, President.
v. b. allee, Vice President,
p. P. duffy, Secretary.
T. W. maher, Treasurer.
«otln. (or the omce n.l vole for the I I eon.utted with the «. « «.« of .traded of wood with , brick mw.
limn they can l-lnee in the White tlitae exchanges. who stated that they and will seat over twe ve
House a .Risen of Nebraska who can were well sMUIW with the rates a,,I people. When h.. b l in* to e « -
i.. I, lie,I mum to see tliut they get ha.l no thoimht of raising them. I pkted an Invitation 1 I
I nil Of the tlmo. an.l not examine,1 condition. In other parts our neighbor. In Oklahoma City
just pait of the time. We have been of Illinois and found the rates, accord couie over an,
•again- him twice, but this time we in* to the service, much less than In city in the
are for him." Oklahoma.
The above from the offlcial organ The commission will summon tele
j e International Typographical phone expi
, Indicates how thoughtful work- Mates to I ■■
Ingmen will vote In the coming elec- Guthrie on September IS as to the cost M
•ad puta you to extra expense. Borne.
body Is to blame for It. It la awful
annoying. Sill It I* apt be foua.1,
on Investigation, that the man r-spiffi '
slble for the delay has done the best
I -e the most beautirul I he could: that h has done better
state and listen to the ' than you would have done if you had
dulcet notes produced by a band sec-1 been In his place; or that he is, even
nnd to none In the country." I while you condemn him, buried be-
'neath his locomotive because of a
of the International Typographical p ione expi i s rorn inois a i, ^ colored man who gives his name | weaimeiss in the track which you
Union Indicates how thoughtful work- states to testify at the hearing a ag'Juh[is<(n nnd c|aimg to have rela- i v„urs, |, hav- voted to bring about.
tives in Oklahoma City was injured Kunnjng a train is very like any other
9n« month, delivered in city
3n« week, delivered in city
One Year ....
•Ix Months .
tlon. The writer of the article quoted /.''"'.v,", today near the Rock Island wye while | gtrenlloUg service which men are set
Is not going to supiiort Taft directly 1,1 e s ' ' trying to board the east bound local tH pPrform, |n that It consists, at last,
by voting for him or Indirectly by ' ' number 86 He was thrown and bad- ma|„iy> 0f surmounting the difficul-
votlng the Independence League or "a t, * p ,, ]v bruised, but no bones were broken. tle8 ,hat are surmountable.
Socialist ticket he is on to the plaints filed by County Attorney Hep- , who ma,Ie , gtU(,
schemes of the wiley O. O. P leaders burne and City Attorney Fred Green, ^ rH,moerat ,lo(.8n't „eed a clr-'
d will not be mislead into any third Guthrie, protesting against the pro- ctj]atlon i)OOSter. The Democrat
mcac c . JB. ased
from thc Democrats "'«*} can not dri legally under the ^ circulation 314, but we are proud
| company's franchise. i ^ )an)| our statement doesn't
lequire affidavit) we added "8 bona
fid** subscribers to our list yesterday.
Dn« year, delivered in city
tlx months, delivered in city ' I part> ism which has no hop of sue ! '• ♦ <1 rais« in rat. s by the Pioneer jtBelf on its merits We dldi
Three months, delivered in city 401 cess within itself and can serve otil company which, the plaintiffs allege ^ ^ an am<lavlt that we Increas
hooks AND EYES.
Some chorus girls are not
ns they are upholstered.
bad Nt ver even gave them a piano, nor a ^ whole city perfectly clean and
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN.
For Vice President—
JOHN WORTH KERN.
For U. S. Senator—
THOMAS P. GORE.
For Corporation Commissioner—
A. p. WATSON.
For Chief Justice Supreme Court—
ROBERT L. WILLIAMS.
For Associate Justice Supreme Court—
SAMUEL L. HAYES.
For Congress, 2nd District—
ELMER L. FULTON.
For Stnte Senator 14th District—
W. H. JOHNSON.
MILTON B. COPE.
For Flotorial Representative, Caddo,
Canadian and Cleveland Counties—
BEN T. WILSON.
land of my dreaming.
Land of the Mistletoe,
Out from the border-land, mystic
Sweet are the memories, precious and Hcan congress of
or ever will be.
The cohl fact about the matter is
that no politics, either Republican or
Democratic, had anything whatever to
do with the recent resumption of ac
tlvlty. The Unlti d States has raised
a bumper grain crop, and that crop is
beginning to move That Is the i a
son, and the only reason, for the
(lurry of activity, as will be cheerfully
attested by the bankers and railway
officials of the land. Exactly the
same thing happens In olf years, pro-
vided the crops and prices are sul
fic lent to justify it. Had there been
only a partial crop this year, no nomi-
nations of any or all political parties
could have served to make the wheels
Incidentally we may wonder if
Mother Nature does not sometimes get
out of humor when, after she has
made callous spots on her hands In
her work to enrich her children, the
Republican party comes along and
tries to hog the credit for the per-
formance. Kansas City Post.
A FEW HINTS TO VOTERS.
Before casting your vote with the
Republican party remember some of
First—The failure of the Republican
party to take steps to provide for
electing senators by popular vote, and
the refusal of the Republican con-
vention to endorse the reform.
Second—The failure of the Repub-
lican congress to pass a bill providing
for publicity of campaign contribu-
tions and the refusal of the Republi-
can convention even to endorse the
Third—The failure of the Republi-
can congress to pass a postal savings
bank bill and the hypocrisy of the
party in endorsing this reform, which
it had just ignored in congress.
Fourth—The passage by tile Repub
Thousands of "worklngmen all ov< •
the counti are in the same boat as
the writ r in the Typographical Jour-
nal. They realize that Mr. Bryan Is
their friend and that the doctrines and
policies of the Democratic party mean , Some editors get writer's champ—
protection of their rights and hit r cramped for money.
ests. They know that It Is either I
Bryan or Taft and when an emissary j David R. Frances of Missouri pre-
of a third party, Socialist or what not, d'cts Bryan's el ction. Just a tip; uo
approaches them, they Immediately dollar now, no pus - nice then. 0* t lete that if a fallow is polite we keep
suspect that there is a "nigger In the i,j the game, , wondering how much he's going to
of the problems that confronts the
men charged with the duty of keeping
a city clean and orderly is apt to
censure them too quickly. If he were
In the other man's place It Is quite
probable that he might do much
worse. The truth is that the man
ho complains most of failures to
Linked with thy summers of azure
Oh, Oklahoma, dear land of my
I.and of the lover, the
Cherish thy legends
legends where love reckoned
of tire cost!
which enables speculative banks to
convert all sorts of securities into
currency and actually reduces the mar-
gin ef safety for depositors instead of
I Fifth 1 lie destruction of represen-
loved anil the , . , ., ,
! tatlve government in the lower house.
where the Republican speaker and
liis committee on rules have all pow.r
and not even a majority can get a
vote on a popular 1)111 if the speaker
Sixth—The forty-nine l"'r cent In-
crease In the cost of living under the
Republican Dingle.v tariff and its
trusts, while wages have Increased
only nineteen tier cent.
Seventh—The refusal of the Repub-
lican congress to amend this tariff al-
though its Iniquities are admitted and
future revision has been reluctantly
promised by its friends after the
storm is over.
Eighth—The notorious fact admit-
ted by Senator Aldrich, Republican
leader in the senate, that American
Drop to that cadence that whispers (a|.jff protpote(| concM.nH ^,n thHr
of t« ars. products abroad in competition with
European factories at lower prices
than they exact from American con-
sumers ami the refusal of the Repub-
lican house of representatives to adopt
an amendment to have our govern
ment agents report on these prices.
Ninth—The Republican leaders pre
tend they favor a tariff sufficient only
It is said by fashion artists that the
merry widow" ba
| a directoire gown.
Politeness is so completely obso-
orderly may be the very man who
rails miserably to keep bis own small
premises decent, or to control his own
merry widow" back-comb goes with ,j(tle i,ousehold. If he is. he is actual-
ly contributing a full share to the con
fusion, disorder, filth and failure about
which he ig so ready to lament.
In the service of county officials
wood pile" and they know that, what-
ever the real motive for such a plea
may be it can have no possible eff *ct
except to diminish Ifryan's chaucc
of election and to advance the cause
of Taft. Then fore laboring nu n
furthering their cause in the com in ,
election. Chickasha Express.
The supreme court of Oklahoma is
the highest tribunal in the state, and
that body of learned men handed
I touch us for.
Governor Ha -I t 11 of Oklahoma d< •
battd once with lion. Dennis Flynn. J it is certainly inexplicable why Chi-
R. publican n- 'usnee for United States cago babies should die when they
>• nator, and Mr. I'lynn declines furth- have been fed on pickles, sausages
er cl allengtg to debate with the gov-Liud beer.
ernor, even though ITask* 11 offer ( ——
flynn $50 a day to talk it out with An Indiana man found a snake in
him. Steam rollers! Well, will Judg his trouser leg. Didn't know they
Moses Messiah Brooks et al of Den-1 ever had such high ambitions,
vi r convention fame please send mes-
sages of sympathy to Dennis?
Some Oklahoma City husbands have
the same caution is In order The'
work of making the roads good and of
keeping them good is a most difficult
undertaking when suitable material is
hundreds of miles away and the mom y
is limit, d. The county official, undef.
our present sy stem, has his troubles,
lie may deserve to bo criticised, and
should be criticised when he deserves
it; but he does not deserve indiscrimi-
nate abuse; and even the shabbiest
Pinchers are not necessarily mad' stick in the court house may be doing
of steel. Some of them wear helm ts the best he can: and better than those
and others of them are bought In pal re who. are eager to "burn him up"
down an opinion n few days ago that trouble keeping the'r wives at home, at the shoe store.
would do if they held his place.
governor is the chief executive j]f t|lt,y ]|vt,,| |n E] R(,no the wiVes ' _ So of Rtate °mcials and of all the
of the State and ns such has the pow- j xvoull| be contented to stay at home. I A •v"nr :lfi0 tho Now York WorM rest. It is not easy to do ail the
er to institute litigation on behalf of asked, "What is a Democrat?" No- things that need to be done. No one
the state. The controversy between] How's this. I'nder an El Reno' Vidv answered and now the World man has his own way. All must con
! conies out with "I'm It." ( form to the power and demands ot'
the attorney general and the governor! date line the Oklahoman says:
was settled by the opinion of the su- j "Attorney General West has been
preme court, and we believe that in-J in conference with Messrs. Phelps
dividual organizations should keep an,i Copo of this city, and when seen
their hands off of the affair.
would say nothing regarding his visit
Today the Democrat received a copy! here. Cope is the Democratic candi-
of the resolutions adopted at the date for representative from this
meeting of the German-American Asso j county and Phelps is a leader of the',fifty I"'0''10 ^costed him and asked
elation, last week, among which is anti-Haskell faction la Canadian hini abo,,t his sale- Jo° was non'
,1oe Lyons ordered his sale hills
Tuesday; the bills were not finished
until yesterday. When .Toe came to
town yesterday and walked a few
blocks to reach The Democrat over
one opposing the dispensary system. The Democrat can't understand the
and another favoring the attorney j above. Must have been that letter
general In the recent controversy be-
tween his office and the governor's.
The first question is now a pend-
ing issue as it will be left to a vote
of the people at the November elec-
tion, therefore we believe it is not
inconsistent for the above organiza-
tion to resolute as they please upon
wasn't It judge?
Discourteous treatment to the trav
eling public by a picayune attendant
at the Rock Island depot is the com-
plaint given The Democrat by two
gentlemen who were obliged t> be
the mark of his indignities. Our in
this subject. Rut on the question of foi.mauts Bav that t,lev po|itHv ask,„|
the controversy between two state hlm as to certain train schedules arM
officers, that has been settled by the . .
receiveil a rebuking retort in return,
supreme court, and all the resolutions! , „ „ . ,
" , . , and finally when they persisted i:i
the societv might pass are irrelevant ! - . , , . , . ,
_ . , ,, .■ gaining the desired information, he
Land of Sequoyah, my heart's in thy
Oh, Tuliedega, how can I forget?
Calm are thy vales where the silences,
Wake Into melody tinged with re-
Let the deep chorus of life's music,
Swell to full harmony born of the
Or for the loved and lost tenderly
Land of the Mistl itoe, here's to thy
Here's to thy daughters as fair as
Here's to thy pioneer sons in whose
Valor and love shall live endlessly
—George Riley Hall.
The Herman-American Association of
Oklahoma is made up of some of our
best, law abiding citizens, whose mo-
tives are for what they believe is for
the best interests, and being made
up of members of several political
parties the organization, should be as
Its intentions are—non political. None
but lying Republican papers are giv-
ing the governor the worst of it In the
matter referred to, and we do not
like to see an organization like the
German-American Association favor-
ing the actions and vindications of
a few disgruntled newspapers. The
action looks like partizan politics, and
should be kept out. The Gorman-
American Association is a clean organ
flew into a rage and threatened to
come out from his encasemlnt to
"clean up." We do not desire to cast
any aspersions upon the courteous |
and obliging agent of the road here
but we must censure the disagreeable
employee who hasn't even common
coutesy to wait on the public, for
which he is paid. M
The Wichita Eagle says of Okla-
homa, and her political outlook this
"Her wild oats sown, Oklahoma will
I plussed, but like all sagacious Hiber-
nians asked how they knew he was
to have a sale when he had not posted
a bill. Kveryone said, "Why we read
it in The Democrat." Joe came to
the office and jubilantly remarked: "If
I wanted to sell stuff to El Reno people
or lu the surrounding country, sure-
ly I'd use just The Daily Democrat
as an advertising medium. Everyone
I have met today sems to know about
niv sale, ami if it was to reach all
local ppople I wouldn't need sale
bills. Rut, anyhow send the Daily
Democrat to me on route two; every-
body else reads it, and I don't want
to be without it."
A stingy old maid dropped two post
ace stamps into the contribution box.
They were two-cent adhesives which
she had soaked off a letter received
bv her grandfather from a friend in
British Guiana in 1850. The minister
knowing something about philately,
sold them for $1,025. The following
year they changed hands at $3,200,
and a little while later the new pur-
chaser disposed of them for $.",.900
others and to the conditions and difii
culties. he idea is that it is fair
to i onsider the difficulties. It Is V i,i
to remember that the best that caa
be done under the circumstances is
all (hat it is fair to expect or to r
quire of even a political enemy.
BURNS CASE DISMISSED
County Attorney's Suggestion Agreed
to by the Court.
Gradually the war cloud which has
floated over the court house is clear
ing away. This morning the case
of the state vs. W. K Burns, justice
of the peace, was dismissed, upon
motion of County Attorney Clark. Mr.
Burns was charged with permitting
the removal of court records from
the jurisdiction of his court, in the
case in which Sheriff Chambers is
charged with mutilating papers in a
certain case. There has been a great
deal of spite work in this case and
it is earnestly hoped by the public
g nerally that the row will be allow
ed to die a natural death.
probably desert Democracy this y> ar to a German dealer, who let a Russian
and line up with Republicanism. I: collector have them for $5,000.
Is the hope of all her best friends '
ization, but if partisan politcs are to, "1al S'1P w'"- would be greatly
Speeches of Bryan and Taft to be
Reproduced by Phonagraph.
L. C. Hickman has arranger! to
have phonograph records of spec lies
by Bryan and Taft at his store dur-
ing the wek of the Home Products
Show and will give every one a
chance to hear them.
Although the people of Canadian
be nfused into the order it will not be
to the credit of the order.
When the supreme court decides a
question, keep hands off.
ATTORNEY HENSHAW PROBES
Attorney Geo. Henshaw. with the
corporation commission, who has been
in Illinois, investigating telephone
rates while there, when asked how he
found telephone conditions in Illinois,
he said: "I found things very favor-
able to the commission's point of view,
which is that the rates charged by j
the Pioneer Telephone company in
Oklahoma are unquestionably high.
"I found that the service given in
to her interest socially and material
ly. She cannot afford to follow the
amatory strains of a troubador while
such a fine specimen of useful, prac-
tical, steady and substantial manhood
as William Howard Taft of Ohio has
his arms extended to receive her. He
is her true affinity and her natural
alliance. liku herMf. he belongs
to the race that does things—to a peo-
ple who have not oniy developed a
nation but who have evolved a civil
system that encourages the best ef-
forts of every man of every nation
who engages in the problem of life
under its flag."
| \ es, Taft sounds like Oklahoma's
i "real affinity." Oklahoma is wedded
Miss Bessie Truitt returned home | county are familiar with the phono-
today. She has been visiting at Enid ( graph, still there will be a great deal
for the past six weeks. Miss Truitt nf interest taken in these records
will visit with home folks for a short and Mr. Hickman is preparing to en-
time and then enter her new career tertain the large crowds that will be
as reader with the Hallowell's Harp. in the city that week.
Orchestra company which will spend
the winter in the south.
Illinois nt tne price charged bv the jto Bryan' 'aml has no "affinities."
• • , 7 7 j Pioneer Telephone company In Okla- °kIahoma ,hinks s° ni"ch of Bill Taft
to compensate factories for the dlf- ' 1
JESSE JENKINS FATALLY SHOT
BY SCOTT ROUPE.
Col. J. P. Gutelius, Jos. and M. H
Lyons, and Ed S. LeVan drove twen-1 Former Residents of This City and
ty seven miles southwest yesterday County Engage in Warfare at
w here the colon,^ conducted a large I Hobart, Yesterday.
sale for Allen Cash. The sale netted
about $3,500, and the stuff sold very News has been received here of a
well. The gentlemen had quite a tragedy which was enacti d in Hobart,
rough journey coming back through. yesterday, in which two former resi-
the rain, ariving here late last night. ! dents of this city and county were
| the actors. Jesse Jenkins was shot
One thing that husbands like about and fatally wounded by Scott Roupe,
a sheath gown is that it does away his brother-in-law. it is said that
ference between labor cost in Ameri-
ca and abroad, but the fact is that
the Republican tariff is more than suf
ficient to pay the whole labor cost.
NOT TAFT'S PROSPERITY.
Republican newspapers are making
much noise over the recent show of
activity in commercial and transpor (>!l steel products the labor costs 11 f-
tation circles and claiming that the ! 'ecn ^f'n, ani' ",0 tariff is thirty
phosperity wavelet is due to the nomi ,wo ,1cr cen* Commoner
nation of Mr. Roosevelt's proxy for
This claim will hardly hold water.
If the nomination of Taft was all that
was necessary to restore the public
confidence and unlock hoards of idle
money, there is no reason why the
good times should not have set in the
next day or the next week after the
nomination was made and tile Repub-
union men for bryan-
no third partyism.
"Well, the two big parties have
given the people their platforms.
There was quite a difference, too. in
the reception given to labor's repre-
sentatives at the Chicago and Den-
ver conventions. The working class . . . . .. , „ ,.. .. . ,,
sympathizers have the I " , ,® _™ Pioneer vention hail will soon be ready for
public. Why the delay? Taft was as ;chance of a lifetime
on account of his speech here last I *',th 8 '0t °f bu,tonins to 1,0 at the ( Roupe was drunk at the time of the
"ick. j shooting, which followed a quarrel.
Jenkins was shot in the left side, the
I >, „ t ,i,„„ „ •, I ThP srocer man onp autumn day | ball piercing his bowels. At last ac-
I inspected the tele-1 ****' one side the labor |Sat nodding 'neath his glasses; , counts he was still alive.
Jesse Jenkins came to this county.
; from Iowa, in 189.1, and settled upon
in Prairie township. He
lioma would amount to $5 and $10. ■ — •••- i«si (,ack.
when their rates are $1.50 for resi- ''ia' s'le would like to turn his |
dence 'phones and $2 and $2.50 for 1>,K fat carcft6s npside down in a hog?
phone system in Bloomington, a city f ll"(,h would stand ready with a There came a pitcher with a boy
!of 30,000 population, and with a much , mislitj barrel stave, the farmers on To buy some new molasses-
nnnthflp «i.l« with o dmiin. 1
better service than you have here, Iano,her s"le with a similar instru- The grocer man then pulled the bung a r]aim
where they were charging $1.50 for , n' an'' "le business men. with an-'—v n * —
~ ■ ' your
lltlons in Williamson county, a big 1 UK'anonia. would like to show Why, bit w uz in de pitcher
mining section containing three towns ' ber rea' affinity" for Bill Taft in
with population of over 10,000, giving wa-v
service to all exchanges in the county | —
with access to 4,500 'phones
—No syrup could be richer—
residence 'phones and $2.00 for each t an'' alternately give big Bill ("Xow, sonny, W here's your dime,
'phones. 1 invested the telephone con- j ,be 1'ressins that s coming to him.
Yes, Oklahoma, would like to show-
Do not be unfair. Do not go in
, | heedlessly and make it too hard on
„ 8 f ^ . ma City Times has the those who have the most difficult
charging $1.d0 for residence phones following dispatch from El Reno: ♦...•-
and $2.00 and $2.50 for office 'phones. I "El Reno's new auditorium anil con
lican platform was set forth to the jan<' their
surely nominated when the Chicago Power felt at the coming presidential mon(h thprp
convention adjourned as he is *"da.v election, and if they will cast aside
tasks to perform.
There are many things that can
. , , . m never be done with absolute accuracy
to make their I ta 8ef* "«'t0 ,P.Ht ,n /orcein occupancy The building has seventy- and precision This is true in all lines
Oklahoma would be $„ and $10 a Ave foot front, and is one hundred of human endeavor and servi,"
an<l eight feet long. It is being con
lived there until the opening: of the
Comanche country, where he raoveit
to near Hobart. Lately he and his
brother-in-law have been in the hotel
business in Hobart.
Scott Roupe, who did the shooting,
lived in this city for several years,
ami conducted a barber shop here.
About eight years ago he married Miss
Ajice Jenkins, sister of Jesse Jenkins.
Miss Jenkins was engaged in the mil-
linery business in El Reno for a num-
ber of years, and has many friends
A train is late. It tnrows you out hero.
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