The Red Rock Opinion (Red Rock, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 6, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 14, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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lllf RED RO(K OPINION
L M. Lysinger,
Puuuswvh Evkhy Saturday
#1 CKl IJKK VKAH
The constitution must be adopt-
ed and its friends put on guard to
1 sec that it's provisions aie carried
'out. Republican success in the el-
i cction, if the constitution is defeat- j
ed, means continued ncg.o equality 1'he Republican speakers are try-
and such notional legislation as can j jng (0 influence voters to oppose the
Latest Oiigb Baa to do With Uiiuteu-
anoe of Schools.
fik If . •. A.ia LJ \rtti /titl 11* "iC tft k 'lit 1 .*11 1 t \J
bs devised to further limit the ^n-1 constitution on tJie pleas that the j
Post oftto ii Hi'ft ^meM of the full rights °f r.tiien- I .axprovision of thatdocument means
Enured iit, I his
Roclt. (.Melanoma, aa second Class Mai) ship lu which we are entitled.
If you are Particular as to "Quality
you can safely trade with us
If th? ''Price" is important you will
tind our Prices Satisfactory
REII RUCK , Oklahoma. -SF.PT It. )!Ki7 |
C. N HASKELL
t'ur I' S, Senators
T. P. GORE
Democrats who were opposed to
j Haskell during the campaign and
supported Cruce, should follow the
example of their leader and decide
lor Haskell, the constitution and
For Congress, 1st District
HON. W. L. EAGLETON
We have it from very best author-
ity tha t the Almighty created nothing
in vain. 1 his being true, we cannot
account for the existence of some
'members of the human family.
For Judye, 12th District .
HON. W. M. BOWLES
► or County Clei k-
DEMOOtUTIC ST iTE TICKET
We notice in the press that Bird
McGuire has been charging Judge
i \V. L. Lagleton with being Frisco
railroad attorney, between his vari-
ous changes on statehood, but such
a charge is unqualifiedly false and
McUntire knows it. — Pawnee C'outi- |
almost confiscation of property and
there is no limit to the reckless
statements they are spreading over
the state to catch the unwary.
Amongother c. asses of voters they ^
are tr> ing to argue that the constitu- ^
lion makes the tax levy so low thai i ^
schools cannot be maintained more ;
than two months in a )ear and ttic !
expenses of county and state govern
ment cannot be maintained. Both, Oq||j t©(l
Ut these statements cannot be true WE p^Y CASH WEEKLY and
and the fact is that both are willful want more Salesmen; we offer con-
stant. PROFITABLE employment
HARDWARE & FURNITURE
RED ROCK OKLAHOMA.
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stitution to the territory of Oklaho
ma I'ndej thai constitution thj
Uuiteit Btatee Sxnator T. P. Gore, of
United States Seuator Robe't LOwuu
(Jbveruoi 0, N, Haskell, of Mtukogeu
Liautenaut Governor George Bellamy jurisdiction and powers of the courts
ofEl Reno. and the legislature were established.
S^oretory of Stata William Gross of The power to punish f:>i contempt
Oklahoma city. of court without the right of irial by
Attorney General (lliarlos J West °f, jury in COntemjit cases was eonfer.ietl
on the territoria 1 courts by the act
of Congress known as the organic
and malicious lies, circulated to
mislead the voters. The truth is that
the lax levy for all purposes is limit-
ed outside ot the 33 1-3 mills 011 the
one hundred dollars valuation or 3'2
per cent where most farmers alreacH
pay from six to eight per cent.
The constitution provides that 17
mil sot this amount or more Jiau
one halt of the total tax may be ap-
I'RlAL BY JOKY IN j plied tor school purposes.
UOBTEMPf OASES jn [lie CUy l)ie sanic restrictions
The organic act served as a con j ,ire made except ihat ten mills or
one per cent additional is allowed to
with the LARGEST nursery, the
OLDEST—a record of 82-yr3. Out-
fit FREE. Write for liberal terms.
NEW STARK. FRUIT BOOK, the
handsomest, most accurate cata-
log ever issued; it shows in color
and tolls the truth about all leading
fruits. Sent Free upon request.
O. E. LOVELADY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGF.ON.
Office in Ontiham Building
RED ROCK - UK LA
jj W. Eld ridge,
Superiuteudent of Public. Tust motion
E.l). Cameron, of Snlpber.
liftbor Gomminioner-Oharles L. Dauglj- ac'> which was for the territory a
erty, of Oklahoma Oity. constitution.
Oonimiisiouer of oharitien and Correct- The Third Legislative assembly, I or market value, means that the rail- heoling salve ever app'.u tl to
. « . v burn or wound, or to a c:i*e of pile
ou Kate Barnard, ol Oklahoma Oity. Republican, presided over by Hon. j ,oads which charge freight and pas-
Kingfisher; J.J. McAlester, of South ;
■ b Cassius M. names as speaker, and 1 senger rate based 011 a valuation of
be levied for city purposts malting
the rate of taxation not higher than
4)2 per cent in cities.
This is the highest levy that can
be made, and as property is to be as-
sessed at it's cash market value is is
not probable that any county or dis-
trict 111 the state wiil ever levy more
than one half the maximum allowed.
of chtss hail
"It's for thoBe," the luveator ex-
plaiuet1; ' who enjoy tho wild excite-
ment of a gasie ot cricket, but are
compelled by rain, cold or other un-
toward eoni'ttons to play Indoor.."—
"Everybody thonld Know."
Says G <j Hays, a prominent bnjji j
ness mail of Bluff, Mo, thai UucMens, J
i'lteassessineiit of property at itscash ■ ArnieaSalve i the tjuiekest -ernl snress
MoAlesteri A.T\ Watson ofSliawneo.
Oloik of Stipromo Court—W.U.S. Oauip
Hon. John H. Piuer as president of; $60,000 shall not be listed for taxes
Ml, of Ada. 'the roiinci'. passed an act granting
Justice oftbsSupreme Court J.B.Tur trial by jury in indirect contempt
n«i, of Vinita! It,L Williams, of Durant; J cases. This act was subsebuently de-
M. Ji Kane ot Kiugtiahers Banieul J Hay clared by the Supreme court of the
lie# of Chickasha; Jeg ■ J, Dunn of Alvn . . . . . . .
territory to be in conllict with the
Immock \Tir Covin Ticket organic act of the terri tory which
Ive used and kno v what lme talkins
about." tinai anteed by
THE fHlLDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
f\tWA*r OF :frt TATlCN*.
T H C GE^OfWC * rtuPAHCO ONIV BY
Ballard-Sit'Hv Unlment C(K
OT. 1 MO.
\. I'i n.<.rt'! dl°8 auil reojoomm.ind'sd QA'J. A. Fra98*
Woman's Natural Eloqjencc.
It isn't nocessary for woman to he
District Clerk . .
t 'ountv Clerli
Kegister of Hi-ert?
Sin vpyor ..
at three to five thousand dollars per
I - •
mile but must pay on approximate- | eloquent. By her tone and gesture
; manner and glance she can tel! iht
ly what it cost to build and operate 1 j^e story of her dearest enemy.
them. It means too that a great por ■ !
... .if.. Politeness.
t.onot the corporate wealth tf Hie Ho)jtenes8 lik() an a)r curtlon„
state, wnich has hitherto escaped there may be nothing solid in it, but
1 1 .1 • .1 .1 it eases the jolts of the world con
conferred this power on the court, ' taxation> wj|| be compelled tocomc ; llderably-Woman's Life.
and that it was therefore invalid in ' in ail() pa) lts 1)rt> rdU share with
II A. Johnson s0 far as if sau8ht lo limit the l)ovvel | you, Mr. Voter, when the new cou-
.1!. 10. Hagby j and jurisdiction of the court. j stitution goes into effect,
..1. A. Crutler | Thisdoes not argue a constitution- These are EOine of the reasons as
60 VBAR8* '
, Henry S. .1 ohi>«lon
A Out! lillery
K F. Tebbe
C. Nice wander al convention has not the power to the agents and supporters ot the cor-
J H Tate
.. 4. A. I>. SulIius .
. . . Huirh Bryant j
W111 Martin i
prescribe trial by jury in certain cas-
U lng Odds and Ends of Time.
Much may be done in those little
shreds and patches of time, which
every day produce, but which never-
theless will make at the end of it no
small deduction from Ihe life of man.
porations and special interests are
Anyone nendtn& a kc* 'b and description may
?iolckly ascertain our opmlnu free whether ar
nreruion la probably patenWe. Conimunlc/w
ttousptrictly coufidentlKl. HANDBOOK on Patent*
sent free. Oldoat asren^ for aecurtngpatonts.
PatenU taken throucb Munn A Co. recefT«
tpedal notice, wlf^oat cbargo, «n the
A handv>meTy tl1n*trated weekly. T.anrest dP
eolation i-f nnr scienttQo Journal. Ternj9,|3 a
year: fourroorttba. ♦u Sold by all newadeolera.
MUNN & New M
^raix'h Office. R?5 F Ft., Washington, D. C.
es of contempt. The powers of a mcutaling such yiHianous lies and —
constitutional convention and the
people in making a constitution dii-
trying to defeat the constitution.
CoM M1HHIONK HS
|hi District. ,.T M. BilderbceU ! fer widely from the restricted powers | THE GREAT CON-
*nil district.... ... John 1-afferty j 0f ;l mere territorial legislature.' STITUTION PAPER.
8rd diglrict.. I. A l>oll^'as !
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This was made very clear in the late ;
"I have nothing to say
Woods county case where the Su-jTHE GUTHRIE
the ,, ,, - - , DAILY LEADER
t,le preme set forth very clearly the large |
question of prohibition," said W. J. j powers of the people in making a i Official Organ of tbo (onstitutiou Con
.... 1 vention.
Bryan tf) a Kansas t ity paper."Pro-1 constitution.
hibition is ail light if enforced; it is The clause in the constitution re-
a farce when not enforced High li-1 laiing to trial by jury in certain con
cense anti local option do well in tempt cases is not only valid but a
some states.' highly beneficial and desirable check
' on rule by injunction.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Know ye, that by the payment oi license and com-
pliance with the laws of Oklahoma, we are permitted to re-
Untii January. 1,1908, subscrip-ja'l intoxicating liquors at our place of business on Main
tions to the Guthrie Leader will be i tstreet in Red Rock, l o the wife who has a drunkard
accepted as follows; tor a husband, or a friend who is unfortunately dissipated.
For *,.50, paid in advance the I wesav emphatically, give us notice in person of such cases
Leader will be sent to any address- ... ■ . 4" i . ... , n, , t . .
by mail until January,., ,9o« jasyou are interested 10. and all such Shall be excluded
Thi. is the moat Liberal offer Yet Made. I'011? dr,nJm«f at 0lir b;tl ■ Let lathers, motheis, sisters and
The Daily Leader is the officia |t,rot'ie,s Jo i'kewisc and their requests shall be regarded,
;np all kinds of campaign falshoods Otoe township, Democratic nomi paper of theC institutional Conven-, ^Ve h:lve f0 P'VV ^ heavy t lx for the pi'iviiege of Selling liqtlOf
nee for the otficeof county clerk,' *ion' ,l is a of the Associ-] and want it distinctly understood that wc have no desire to
The republican pie counter press
s growing desperate and is publish
Bliss Breeze: I. A. Criglcr, of
hut the people can not he fooled at nPe Tor ",c otnceoi county clerk,
this laic date was 'fl 'own I'hursUay and ni
a pleasant call. Ike is both ..v..
1 btinon-l tire i>eniocratic paper in the 1
We have everything lo lose by j known and well liked here nnd will j state. It is the most vigorous paper
mistakes which nv;an mutilated bal- j no doubt get the hearty support of 1 in the state, editorially. It discusses
lots and the Republicans have ever) the people as he deserves it, and liv-1 edttorally caih day, the great ques-
thing to gain, because they only aim , ing here near us, he naturly lus ouri,,ons ,n wl"c1' tV'e PeoP1'? of Oklaho-
. . , ... , . , ... ma are interested.
at defeat of the constitution and the 1'ntcrcf t> al stakcj and if elected,will,
1 Oklahoma iweeUv) Leader ;oc a
fill well the effice as lie is qualified | year Address Leader IVintin/fo,.
election of here and there a candi
in every rcspcct.
|,r'" ■"< con'.i « <he n > of sell Kulrunkaids. mill r-. Indians, or lo the pool ami dcsli-
" « !Siaraii-WreIW' in,,',d! p!f e' "Mi 'heV k«P ll,eil ni0,.le>' anJ PUl
11 wiicic 11 will do the most good to their families. There
are men o! honor and of money who can afford it, and with
these v. „ desire to trade. We would sav la those who wish
to trade with us, and can afford it, come and von'H be
Heated in a gentlemanly way and furnished with the purest
of liquor. Yours verv truly.
vl. W, ELDRUDGE,
1 Guthrie, Oklahoma
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Lysinger, L. M. The Red Rock Opinion (Red Rock, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 6, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 14, 1907, newspaper, September 14, 1907; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc132158/m1/4/: accessed December 4, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.