The Piedmont News (Piedmont, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, October 7, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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MULVEY MERCANTILE COMPANY
Immense Line of New Goods coming in and the shelves
MUST be cleared of all summer fabrics and clothing
.< ASTOUNDING REDUCTIONS ON EVERYTHING
Come early and get your choice. All are up-to-date in
pattern and the best quality.
Yours for more business
MULVEY MERCANTILE COMPANY
JOHN R. WHITE Manager
COX'S DRUG STORE
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t es-saiuks vm> i i xiiues.
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F. E. COX
riK.I>MONT. Ok LA.
6. With the
Host on. Mass., O Act
meetings of the state
both parties in lioaton today the po-
j litical campaign in Massachusetts be-
j Kins in earnest. An entire state
I ticket, both branches of the legisla-
j ture, representatives in Congress and
numerous county officers are to be
' elected this fall. The legislature thus
(chosen will elect a United States sen-
I ator to succeed Henry Cabot Lodge,
I whose term expires in March.
The democrats are entering upon
the campaign with higher hope* o<
sue ess than they ha\e entertained
ui many years. These hopes were re-
I tliected in the s« ramble for the deui-
o« ratio gubernatorial nomination this
^ ear, whereas only a year ago diffi-
culty was experienced in finding a i
c itable candidate who was b illing J
to head the tit ki t.
Plans for a vigorous campaigu
have already been perfected by the |
democrats. They intend to make
the fight on both national and sta4a
issues. They will charge the domin-
ant party, justly or not. v th respon-
sibility through the tariff of the
high cost of living. On state issues
they will allege extravagance, for
whi h there is to be claimed at least
The republicans, on the other hand
mi st overconi" some serious handi-
ps if they win at the polls next
month. That tney realize the gravi-
ty of the siti av'on is ev denced by
l' t statements niede by Sor.isto.-
Lodge and Governor Draper, who in
r«nent Dublin aidietses •!* j.e.l that
rd wo K.
J. W riMMI-KMAN. Agent. Piedmont. Okla
INSURANCE AGAINST LIGHTNING. WIND, TORNADO.
HAIL OR ANY CALAMITY
Til KIR RKsPONSIBllJTY:
Coiititifiitnl .. ♦19.S14.6M M
lVs Moino* ... - T^S 1ST (Hi
Total Renponsibility- ■ ■j'.M (>.">4..
PUT YOUR HOUSE BARN AND STOCK IN THE CYCLONE
CELLAR W H A T?
Better Insure Them With :i Home Man thht Can Atte.ia to the
Butiness Right and Adjust your Lou
J. W. TIMMERMAN
18 THE MAN AND PIEDMONT IS THE PLACE
The first fait that confront
republican management at the ou
set of the campaign is that last ve
they elected their governor by
seant majority of 8,000 votes. Go
ernor Drauer received 190,000 vot
and the demo ratio candidate, lain
11. Vahey. received is 2,-
glatice at these figures shows tit
a very small loss in th ere;>ubl
vote, aiMng from the 1i?< ou'ei:- <
TO ASK FOR SUBSIDIES
U II I. IHK I \< LI NKM l< PRO-
\ 11H >! BS1DII H h Hi 81 I \M-
SHII* I I N ES—.1 VP AN I \ k-
I N<i IT ALL
issippi Congress have been enacted
into laws of the Nation than that of
any other non-legislative body in the
Dealers i ti
List your property with us
and we will hustle the
sale aud give you a square
I. I. GOUCH
. or the resentment of the people vrrl
the high tost of living would inevi-|t •
tably result in democratic victory, j in
The personal unpopularity of Gov-jfo
ernor Draper, whom the republicans| i .
j today nominate for a third term, is de
another hand :t; that must bo#\>: w
come. (; uem. r Draper, despite the'la
admirable businesslike admlnlstra- to
tlon he has g ven, is not popular with w'
the masses. He la anything but a'of
'mixer " and devoid of personal gr
(magnetism Furthermore, he has 'o
the bitter oppo.-itiou of the labor un-jer land laws o
b n« I he Islands
The republican managers, howev-
er. can see some traces of a silver
j lining to the dark and ominous
clouds looming upon the horitou. In
'The first place the party Ss able to
present a united front. There is
i little or no evidence of organised in-
<urgen >■ in Massachusetts. So far
1 as Congress ro-s the delegation from
'this state bids fair to be unchanged
, in pol t eal complexion Nor is Sen-
ator Lodge believed to be in any
; great danger of losing his seat The
on test for the governorship is said
to be the only one in which the re-
sult is in doubt and over which the
republicans are undeniably much
concerned. Hut by hard work, per-
j feet organisation and i nremitting ef-
forts along pra t al lines they ex-
pect to overcome the untoward situa-
te ti as regards the governorship and
the l est judgment of
in the republican rsnk
San Antonio. Texas , Oct. 6. En-
dorsement for a subsidy for five lines
of steamships to ply between Ameri-
can and South American ports will
be asked by the Pacific Coast states
of the Trans-Mississippi Commercial
Congress which will meet in San An-
tonio November 22-2."«th. This prop-
osition has already been twice de-
feated in the federal congress by nar-
row margins. It will be pointed out
the that the Pac lie Ocean, which was
considered, commercially, to be-
to America, is now dominated
ibsi/.ed steamship lines from
i Jananese ships now come to
Fran isco carrying American
tigers and American freight at
\ i xhoi ritant rati ■ ^raer • an i on -
at|panies cannot compete auj nst them
til • ise • t apai • govei nment
• :i I naval service in time of war.
erl Honolulu will also send represents-1
c.- J t ves to the Trans-Mississippi Com-;
i uress asking endorsement!
ditional appropriation for
jetties, and a funil for
the islands. The island j
ask special immigration!
inf them to import labor
work their sugar plantations [
id a' now suffering from lack
help. They will also ask Con-
*ss to petition the V. S Congress
apply homestead, mining and oth-
the I nited States to
TO IMM l THE SOUTH
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. ti.—All arrange-
ments are complete for the opening
of the Southern Commercial Con-
gress here tomorrow. The meeting
will be attended bv representatives'
of sixteen states and from all indi-
cations it will be the greatest gath-1
ering ever held in the interests of
tnc commercial and industrial de->
velopment of the South. C fford |
Pim-hot. former chief forester of the
I nited States, will address the con-
vention at the opening session to-
morrow. and ex-President Roosevelt
will speak at the concluding session
victory may vet be snatched from
situation that is far from prouii&ing
Similar requests will be laid be-
fore the Trans-Mississippi Congress
by delegates from the Philippine Is-
lands. Alaska will send delegates
asking endorsement for a federal
survey and a territorial form of gov-
ernment These insular possessions
doing business chiefly with the
Trans-Miss ss nui states have written
that they feel they have a peculiar'
< laini on the Congress to assist them
in their efforts o' development
Texas will ask the endorsement
for a movement to secure the appli-
• ation to this state of the reclama-
tion act of Congres< Other Western
states will appear before the congress
presenting their appeals for this or-
ganization s a sort of clearing house
for western ideas <-<«Qimercial
Hues It gathers information con-
cerning the needs of all states and
obser-J territories affiliated w ith it and car-
I rles these re ommendation* to the
niendations are regarded in Wash-
HHH , Ington ss the unself sh and o.itspok-
.1 O Kroutil of the Yukon Mills en opinions of the people of the
was a business visitor here last Fri- West and are consequently, corres-
idav. m cotupanv * ill K N McCslI pond ngly Influent.al More of the
of Oklahoma City. I recommendations of the Trsns-Mlss-
lee Cream, Soda Drinks,
I" resh Candies, Choice
Brands of Cigars and
Lunch Counter in Connection
A square deal is my motto
J. L. MEYERS
Piedmont • Okla.
1X)1 HTil \N\r.\L 8TATK 1VUK
At Oklahoma City, September 2 7 to
Ootober i . 1910. The greet live-
stock, agricultural and industrial ex-
position of Oklahoma. Dally airship
tiigh'ts; brilliant horse show; !*ereii-
teen departments; great livoBtock
racing each day except Sunday. Ueiid
for premium list and make aoi ex-
hibit. I. S. Mahan. Secretary.
A pair of gold rimmed spectacles.
The finder will please leave Uiem
with Tom Blair or the editor of Uis
*.-,,((00 TO l,OAX OX OKI.
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J. W. Holcomb
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Rmlilence, IOOO \v,~,t .lol.ii t.
W. A. LONG, Prop.
AccoiiuiKHlaUons First • Ianm. 1*1 >ha-
and Olllre and I'arlor* for
l«M<lit'* nnil (•eiitJ«>uien.
Hoonik NcHtly l uruiNlut] iuid Satin*
Ixx-ation One Door West of I
on \laiu Htreet,
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