The Herald-Sentinel. (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 15, 1914 Page: 3 of 8

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The Herald-Sentinel
Progressives Returning.
One Year, One Dollar j Six months Fifty Cents
Issued Every Thursday Afternoon.
M, H. GUNSENHOUSER,
Editor ahd Owner.
Igressive national committee to
change their basis of represen-
Jtation,
Believing the the Interests of tke State -'There were some things done ■ rea iy the competition with
of Oklahoma Demands a Solid Ad- j in the summer of 1912 of which American corn has forced a de-
States since the tariff went into
effect, the first from the Argen-
tine ever brought here, and al-
vance Agaiist The Enemy.
many
prove.
republicans did not ap-
But the present manage
cline in cash values.
Thirteen ships are
Don't miss the sharpshooters
contest Saturday night at A.
DeParade's.
Chronic Constipation Cured.
"Five years ago I had the
Entered at the postoffice at Cordell, Okla., as second
class matter.
Practically all of the progress*; meht of the affairs of the repub-:
ives in Oklahoma have returned j (ican party of Oklahoma is suf- from the Argentine, and
to the republican party and will j ficiently progressive to satisfy American manufacturing
either' worst case of chronic constipa-
tion I ever knew of, and Cham-
one berlains Tablets ^ured me,'
| help to carry the state this fall any reasonable man. It will be
.;for the republican ticket, ac- | recalled that in September, 1912,'
Rocky ha& been heard from with a candidate. Wonder | cording to a statement issued tin immediately after Arthur H.
if Rock and Cordell will bunch their hits and win out in ; Saturday by Orvel J. Johnson Geissler became chairman of
of Oklahoma City who organized1 the republican state committee,
0q0 j the first Roosevelt club in 1912 he called a conference of st te
* Several of the county officers got together and asked jaod who was secretary of the j committeemen, county chairmen
■; nmwoscivo state organization and legislative candidates at
writes S.F.Fish, Brooklyn, Mich.
tun'! For sale by all druggists.
in the i
the August primaries.
the countv commissioners to have the books in the several j Plo^resSlve
-i p , until he resigned some
offices bo audited. It was only a bluft made for campaign i „
purposes and this fall at which time the spell-omders will j " ■
ues it as a text from wich to preach honest democracy. j
1 ma are realizing more and more therinore, the
oOo
months which a declaration of principles
1 was adopted which was full of
The progressives of Oklaho- sane, progressive ideas. Fur-
republican state
committee recently issued a call
for a state convention and for
is i county conventions and for pre*
from day to day their proper
Judgki J. A. B. Rgbertson is going to announce for the j place is within the ranks of the
democratic nomination for governor. He is another dem-; rejjublican party and that
ocritic reformer who belie ves that the future of the state | why the progressive party is 1 cinct meetings to be held in
depends upon his nomination and election. Robertson is a dead in this ^tate. 'every precinct in the state with-
good man. but like the Other democratic candidates, is sur- , ' However, there are still some in the next few weeks for the
rounded with an element that will in a measure control him , men wi10 can themselves the \ purpose of electing a new state
and thus put ft crimp into his good intentions. progressive state organization j committee and new county com-
0Oo :and who want to use thatg oran>-: mittees Strictly speaking the
The Governor did not astonished the whole state by histza;1°Q' •
, . i \ t i it- rn i ,u i; Any one who will read care
disclosures on the w.tness stond Monday last. The public ^ ^^ fm, a ^ ^
was led to believe from the Governor s statement that some I ssued reoently by the chili,.ma„ rel)Ub|iCa„ orgamm.oti is
startling disclosures were to be made. His only charge jof ^ pr0gressjVe committee thus voluntarialy cutting short
was that the two men whom he sought to remove did not cannot help but get the impres- it term of existence for the pur-
agree with his ideas of prison coutrol, arid that was why he
I sion that the progressive partv pose of giving the people a
issued the order of removal. This fizzle on the part of the ; js no^ on|y Lhat Mr chance t0 make changes if they
Governor is not going to strengthen him with^the people to j McDonald knows it and he want- desire to do so, shows that the
• i a T ~ -C iUn nTrtrtlmrion at f n£i IJAUAP. 1
ed to make a streneous effort to republican organization of this
cern, which uses corn
manufacture of syrups and kin-
dred products, have tive million
bushels from that country under
contract for delivery.
When the new Argentine coi n
crop is harvested, the importa-
tions will ircrease, according to
trade authorities. The corn at To John WTmtzGeo Cooper.
, , . John W. Reynolds and Jan. S. Gladish,
ready here found the rulroads the owners of the following described
uuprepared to handle it and I'.ie realestate situated in Washita County,
, State or Oklahoma, to wit: Lot Thirteen
port without adequate docking (13), Block wx (ti) in the town of Foss.
JONES & BASHORE
Aattorneys-at-Law
Will practice in any court, Bus-
iness is what we want.
CORDELL. OKLAHOMA.
Notice of Application tor Tax Deed
and to G. T. Ball, the occupant pf said
premises:
Yon and each of yon are hereby noti-
fied that the undersigned is the holder
of Tax Sale Certificate issued on the
< li, day of Noveuibar, A. D, 1011, on
the above described property for delin-
quent taxes ou said date, said property
aily 110 corn has' ever moved beini< bid in by the Connty Treasurer
' , , , j ... for said county, and said Certificate be-
west has also confronted the ,1 nlv assigned by sach officer, to the
railroads with a new rate prob- undersigned, and, unless redemption be
, . made from the said sale within sixty
. -,.nm lem, as there is a movement 00 i (60) davs after the service of this notice
term of the i t ysent s ta ." | foot among the importers to a Tax Deed will be demandnd and will
mittee does not expire until i, . . , .. be'issued as provided by law.
, have the present nominal rate i uTHm/wn r
summer. Ihe fact that
republican organization
Chicago, Jan., 8,—'The recent
facilities. Arrangements to
remedy ihe deficiency are being
made bv the transportation
bureau of the produce exchange.
The fact that hitherto practic-
present nominal
for western shipment reduced."
ETHEL WILLIAMS
Holder of Certificate
ranks and there t j fight for the
redemption of this state."
Mr. Johnson continued: "It
is always right to wage a fight
for principles but after that
any great extent, In view of the weakness of the Gover-
nor's statement the courts ought to sustain Denton and
Cambron, whom he is seeking to have removed.
oOo
If you are keeping close tab on imports you will have
noticed that over eighteen million bushelsgof corn has been
shipned into this country since the tariff was removed un-
der the Underwood bill. This has caused a drop in the
price of that ceral, which hurts the corn grower of the U.
S. The same bill takes the duty off from lumber and many
other things the farmer has to buy, but the price has not
been reduced to him. He gets it going and coming and
finds no relief. We would suggest that Mr. Jackson, who
writes so learnedly(?) and forge£fully(?) of The Flag take
up the tarriff question and tell the farmer when he is going
to reap any benefits from the Underwood bill.
ooo
The announcement that A1 Jennings would be a candi-
date for the democratic nomination for governor, was made
in New York one day last week. We Suppose this an-
nouncement was made at long range to see how the demo-
crats would take it, and so far we have heard no protests.
One thing is a cinch, with Jennings in the gubernatorial
office conditions could be no worse, and we are of the opin-
ion that there would be an improvement. The democratic
administrations since statehood have not been such as
brings out any commendation from that party and both
men were elected on their records. Jennings has reform-
ed and the rest of the candidates have not henoe a reform
party ought to stand pat behind the reformer.
ooo
Two members of our supreme court have announced
their intention of resigning from that august body and en-
ther the scramble for another office. One member, Justice
Williams, is goir£ to be a candidate for governor and Chief
Justice Hays is going to try and defeat Senator Gore, Both
are good men and the end sought a worthy one, but why do
these men step down from these high and honorable posi-
tions and enter the lists of politicians. What the induce
ments which justify the sacrifice. There is none, but the j
democrattc party is ashamed of its record and is desirous j
of cleaning up and securing a return of the confidence of
the people, and to do this have brought forth, as the party . resentation that any party
believes, its cleanest and longest men. But there is op-
position to • these pure clean men, and other patriots—all
iawvers—are claiming they are better renovators and puri-
fiers and should be nominated. In the end there will be no
change, as no man can be elected only by a united democ-
racy which cannot be obtained only by combinations which
will hanicap the cleanst and ablest man that party can elect.
The present admisistration will be repeated no matter who
-s elected governor on the democratic ticket.
i °
inject a little life into the corpse, state is anxious to keep in touch
"Everyone tcnows that the with the people and to represent
democratic machine would be the popular will. That is true
willing to finance a progressive progressiveism "
party campaign this year. The Mr. Johnson also said that it
only question is how much the is significant that progressive
democrats would be willing to chairman McDonald, in his call
to pay. They may realize that f0r a progressive state conven-
the so-called progressive party tion, made no provission for the
sharp decline in corn prices here
went a penny further today, due
to the removal of the tariff duty
from the cereal, accentuated by
a decline in the Buenos Ayres
market today.
Argentine corn in New York
at present is selling 4 to 5 cents
under the price at which Chica-
go shipments can be sold in that
market, according to James A.
Patten, who for manv years has
been recognized as the biggest
corn dealer in the American
has dwindled until it is merely a holding of county conventions inarket. Mr. Patten said that
bunch of would-be generals who an<i precinct primaries but
are great at issuing manifestos simply stated that each county
but have no army behind them. j might send a certain specified
The sincere progressives, those number of delegates. "If a call
of us who care not for personal for progressive party cour ty
advancement but simply for conventions were issued," says •
principle have returned to the the former secretary, "some
republican party, contented to facts would become known of I
take our places as soldiers in the which the public is not now
in due course of time he looked
for the appearance of foreign
corn in wastern mai kets and
predicted that in two or three
years the cheaper feed would
increase production of beef.
aware,
fight is win then the sensible the press
which indicates the workings of
the new tariff law in conection
Chamberlains Cough Remedy.
This remedy has no superior
for coughs and colds. It is
pleasant to take. It contains no
opium or other narcotic. It al
ways cures. For sale by all
dispatches Thursday, druggists.
Shipping in Corn.
The following we clip from
GO WHERE NO 1
COLD WINDS BLOW
to the Southeast, to Florida,
ueorgia, the Carolina, and Gulf
Coast points. There are hun-
dreds of resorts where the balmy
Gulf and Ocean breezes make
life Worth living. Low rates
are in effect daily until April
aotb via
No need to hury back for your
ticket ir good for return any day
prior to June 1st. Arrange your
trip via the route of the through
train to/the Southeast.
4 THE FLORIDA
SPECIAL"
Call on the nearest Frisco
Agent, or address the nndersigned
for any desired information.
J. E. KERR, Agent
Cordell Okla
C. 0. Jackson, D. P. A. 1112
oleord Building, Oklahoma Citv.
Okla,
thing to do is to^ quit. In my
opinion, the fight made by the
progressives in 1912 was right.
The fight of 1912 was a fight for
principles and having been woe
by the progressives, the thing
f ir us to do is to utilize the vic-
tory we have won and that can
on.y be done by our again affil-
iating with the republican party.
"The Republcian National
committee at its recent meeting
held in Washington revised the
party rules and also readjusted
the basis of representation in
national conventions, which is
certainly the fairest and most
equitable apportionment of rep-
has
ever had. Why, even the pr -
gressive national convention of
1912 was composed of delegates
apportionedron the old basis as
to which we all agree that it is
unfair and unjust and I have not,
seen any disposition on the part
of those constituting the pro-
with the farmer:
' Nearly 300,000 bushels of
Argentine corn" were being un-
loaded in this port today and
millions more from the South
American Rupublic are under
contract. The importations are
the direct result of the removal
of the duty on the staple under
r.he recent tariff act.
More than 18,000,000 bushels
have been received in the United
The Leading Furniture Store.
We make the prices. We handle both New and Sccond
hand Furniture. We Buy, Sell, Trade or Exchange and
can always please you
BY THE CAR LOAD
We handle furniture by the car, and can meet any compe-
tition. Our Styles are right up to now.
We make a specialty of new Furniture, but handle second
hand goods to please our cuseomers,
Make our store your headquh-Uers Seale& Corlett.
East side of the square.
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Choctaw Flour is Good.
At Your Grocers.
By F. R. MORGAN
(Copyright, lilt, W« t«rn Newspaper Union.)
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Gunsenhouser, M. H. The Herald-Sentinel. (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 15, 1914, newspaper, January 15, 1914; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc168502/m1/3/ocr/: accessed May 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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