Piedmont News (Piedmont, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, September 16, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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MULVEY MERCANTILE COMPANY
Immense Line of New Goods coming in and the shelves
MUSI be cleared of all summer fabrics and clothing
ASTOUNDING REDUCTIONS ON EVERYTHING
Come early and get your choice,
pattern and the best quality.
All are up-to-date in
Yours for more business
MULVEY MERCANTILE COMPANY
JOHN R. WHITE, Manager
COX'S DRUG STORE
Pl'KK OOMINMJNDK II. I'llKSCHIPTIONS C'AHEKVI.LY
pHiIjKD. kvkkything rsi' \i,i,v iiiiMi in a riKsrt'i.vss
l>IU« STORE ALWAYS OX II\M>.
8TA1TIONKHY, S< lluol, HOOKS, TAIIl.Krs, JKWKLKY, I'llON'O.
GRAPHS ANI> ItKcoiuis.
TOILET ARTH'I/KS, H.Rl'MS AV|> \ TIIIII SXM) OTIIIlt N K-
CBKSAItlKS \M> I.l'\M(| 1 ;s.
Ill-NT IIRAMIS OK CIGAKS.
F. E. COX
J. N\ I IMiMKH.UAN, A^cnt, Piedmont, Okla
INSURANCE AGAINST LIGHTNING. WIND, TORNADO,
HAIL OR ANY CALAMITY
♦ 19.S1 Lfiltfi SI
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Total Responsibility $21 ,t>.~>4..">!.">>(i
PUT YOUR HOUSE, BARN AND STOCK IN THE CYCLONE
Better Insure Them With a Home Man that Can Atte.iC to the
Business Right and Adjust your Loss
J. W. TIMMHR.UAN
IS THE MAN AND PIEDMONT IS THE PLACE
i\ BL1 1 OldTTH 8 IN NEW JI RSI N
Trenton, N. J., Sep. 13.—Politics
in New Jersey will reach the sizzling
point this week, beginning with the
sitate-wide primaries today and end-
ing later in the week with the demo-
cratic state and congressional con-
ventions. One week from today the
pre-election battles will end with
the republican state convention.
The fight for the seat of I'nited
States Senator John Kean is the lead-
ing feature in today's primary con-
tests. It is the first time that the
voters New Jersey have been giv-
en an opportunity to express their
preferences for United States senator.
• The ai t making this possible was
passed by the legislature two years
ago, but it is invoked this year for
I the first time. It gives candidates
for the legislature who are to choose
I'nited States senators an option be-
tween two kinds of pledges. One
'11' "l of : h«* pledge < *• mi :uits tbe 1 sn-
ilidate io vote for that senator who
has the largest number of votes in
List your property with tis
aud we will hustle the
sale and give you a square
I. I. GOUCH
the state. A second binds him to the
support of the candidate who polls
the most votes in the legislative can-
didate's county. I'nder the second
form [he delegation from every coun-
ty may be bound to a county's favor-
ite. and t lie re may be as many sena-
torial aspirants backed by the author-
ized referendum process as there are
Four republican aspirants are riv-
als of Senator IOun in his desire to
return to the senate. iThe Senator,
himself, has declined to have his
name go on the primary ballot, pre-
ferring to leave his case in the hands
W. \. LONG, Prop.
turndown was oraered by the ma-
chine because of his insurgent ten-
dencies. Iu the Seventh district the
progressive republicans are making
a bitter fifthr against Representative
R. Wayne Parker, who has repre-
sented the district for many years,
and is seeking renomination this
year. fie is opposed by Harold J.
Howland, an editorial associate of
Theodore Roosevelt, who is making
Can non ism the issue.
In the general optimistic survey
of the state, the democrats see hope
to make substantial gains in New
Jersey's delegation in the next Con-
>g:skr ire. A similar stand j gress. They are confident, they say
n by Dave Maird the vete- of holding on to the Sixth, Ninth and!
ider of Camden wholfPenth districts, which are now renra-l • .
1 Accommodations First < law*. Pleas-
testing in the
ark, and James
■d Mr Kean. The sented by democrats. Then they be-
andidates for theilieve they will win in the Fifth and
ite. who are con- Seventh districts, owing to the re-
mary are former publican factional contests, and they
C. S okes, former) also see a chance for success in the
Murphy and Third and Fourth districts, now rep-
vler. j resented by Congressmen Howell and
FOi mil WM'AL STATIC FAIR
At Oklahoma City, September 27 to
October 19-10. The great live-
stock, agricultural and industrial ex-
position ot Oklahoma. l>aily airship
flights; brilliant horse show; seven-
teen departments; gre«at livestock
racing each day except Sunday. Send
for premium list and make an ex-
hibit. 1. S. Mahan, Secretary.
A pair of gold rimmed spectacles.
The finder will please leave them
with Tom Blair or the editor of the
a I nomi:
l'Mmund R \V;
ty. K. J R.dg
11 known |
son is 1
•1 ti as a full-fledged candid;
nomination. !• there is a hit. h . in
the Wilson program, he nomination
may 10 •• Fran s Kat sen bach, Jr.,
who tame close to defeating Govern-
or Fort two years ago. Mayor II.
Otto W ■ • penn o( Jet ley c tsr snd
S'ate Senator UeorK>> Sll/«r f Mid-
dlesex county would also like to
head the democratic ticket.
As for the district congressional
fights the present regular' delega-
t on in Congress, with the ex option i
I'** Representative Cbirlii N PowlirJ
< f the Fifth district, is to be renom-
inated by the republicans. Mr. Fowl-I
I er lg being opposed by William N. i
Hunyon of Plainfleld. Mr. Fowler's
Ice Cream, Soda Drinks,
Fresh Candies, Choice
Brands of Cigars and
Lunch Counter in Connection
A square deal is my motto
J. L. MEYERS
Piedmont - Okla.
and Office and Parlors fur
Ladies and Gentlemen.
Rooms Neatly Furnished and Satis*
location One Door \\«
on Main Strcc
$5,000 TO l/O.W (>\ OKI,A-
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riTWM HEAL ESTATE CO.
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