The Crowder City Guardian (Crowder, Oklahoma), Vol. 5, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, July 29, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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The Crowder City Guardian
CltOWNKK, OKLAHOMA FRIDAY JI'I.Y 3 I'.MO.
The Grandfather Clause. I Announcements.
!.•.• '.r.« >•.
A Good (irade of Lawns,
Light and Dark Colors
For 4 cents per yard.
Ladies White wash belts
and collars for 10c each.
regular price 10 and 15c
each, for 5c each,
All mens' and boys
straw hats go for 25 and
.. 50 cents.
i 1=3 off on all low
have 11enid our r.«[ iil lioaii friends of Crowder raise
nel, a hue and cry the past week because, as they say, it
'disfranchises the Indian and illiterate white man .i> *eli as
the negro, that for the henelit and instruction of what few In-
dians there are here who might favor the hill we publish it
that no one may he deceived. The hill reads:
Tho (iuardlno will publish in ttol
column (be namog >f raniliiiate* for
tho various offlco* until tho prima-
rios. and of tho miccosHful raudldatoi*
in tho primaries, until tho eloetlon-
charging thorofor tho following
IN V A Kl A HI .V IN ADVANt'K
i 1 or Stato and Dihtrlct Otlleor# $10.00
For County < )ttlcors .. .
For I'roefiiot OtlW*er
I ho HiinoutH'omout feo doon not
Political Election Thoughts. The jails and penitentiari. s ol |
,| „ . „ f._ tiip tVie stale are not large enough to
lu casting their votes lor tue
Democrat candidate for Governor, ■ hold the men that stand accuse.! ,
prohibitionists should remember!of election fraud by Bill Murra>.,
that Lee Crnce is tne Only tetotler The mcusrOo... if it had any foun
candidate running. He voted for daHon at all was a mere rumor
prohibition and ha, never violated l ld t« Bill by a friend (?)• " I
jl | | was right, these 8,000 election of-
, , I licers are corrupt, the Democratic
J. F. McMurray, acknowledges'
that ho is just as anxious as ever
to dispose of his Indian clients
segregated coal lands and incident- ^ ^ defeBteiU
ally from one to two million dol- ( ^ Democnt |)ftHy ml|8t 8|ail(1
lars fee. Dill Murray is just as I fllll 0I1 the recori] it ha. made,
anxious to sell the school lands and [f ^ ^ ^ & ^ ecouomie eXe.
buy these lands for the state |cutiye u)anagementi , lt |1M fur.
Question: Has these harmonious ( ^ ^ a|)(, Ulll,rlljtl.
desires on the part of Murray a"d |iced judiciary if it has provided
McMurray any connection wltt> | legi8IaturCe with advanced ideas
the big- campaign fund at Murray s | ^ jg enti,)ed he up.
Proposing an amendment to the t onstit.ni..,. 01 the Slat Oklaho-
inn, in compliance with the suggestions and provisions of S. u-
ate Hill No. 126 of the extra Session of the la gislatnre of UM0,1
adding to Article Three of such Constitution, the following ^ ^ wUh u ^ obllKHtion. i,nptled
provision which shall he known as Section It ol s.n<| Aitu e or ((,r publication
Three, the same relating to the right ol stiflrage, prescnlnng romllng notloes.
an educational qualification theretor, ami providing- a method
of enforcing same
He It Unacted Hy The People Of The Slate HI Oklahoma:
That the Constitution ol the State ol Oklahoma hi1, and the
same is. hereby' amended by adding to Article Three thereof,
as Section "4a'' the following:
Section 4a. No person shall be registered as an electcr of
thrs Slate, or be allowed to vote in any election held herein.
unless he be able to read and write any section of tne Consti-
tution of the State of Oklahoma; hut no person who was, on
January 1st. IStitI, or at any time nrior thereto, entitled to
vote undei any form of government, or who at that time re-
sided in some foreign nation, and no lineal descendant of such
person shall be denied the right to register and vote because
of his inability to read and write sections ol such Constitution.
1'iecinct election inspectors having in charge the registia-
ti<>ii of electors shall enforce the provisions of this section at
the time of registration, provided registration he required.
Should registration be dispensed with the provisions of this
section shall he enforced by the precinct election officer.
when electors apply foi ballots to vote.
II announcements undor thin
hita i aro made subject to tho Demo
emtio primaries to bo oeld next
For Lioutonant (lovArnor—
J..I. Me A LE8TER
For State Senator—
.1 M. CAVES
For County Commissioner Dist. I.
JOHN F. BULLING
J. ti. SMITH
For County Commissioner Dist.
J, 1). TA N N K.I 11 Id.
of MoAlester for re-election
For Justice of the I'oace of Canadian
'I own ship.
For Constable Canadian Township—
A. <\ MAMMONS
I Party should be defeated. If Hill
I was wrong, if these men are pos-
sessed of honesty and integrity,
headquarters at the Treadgill llo-
Dp not forget that the Republic-
an press and the Republican^pol-
iticians of the state are solid for
Hill Murray. Would it not be the
part of wisdom for Democratic
voter, to enquire why.
Seven men, thieeot whom were
Republicans, in the name of the
Anti-Saloon league, endorsed Hill
Murray. They forgot to reler the
matter to the boys at the forks ol
the creek for their ratification.
The matter will go there however
on August 3ud. and these polit-
ical fixers" will find what respon-
sibility is attached to "delivering
Hie temperance vote of the state
tu an intemperate man.
Hill Murray, so Conger says,
will call out the State Militia if
necessary, to stop the bootlegger.
We never heard of a bootlegger
resisting arrest and hardly see the
necessity of a company of soldiers
to do the work of a constable. It
appears to us to be both foolish
and very expensive.
Democratic voters, in casting
their vote for Governor next Tues-
day, should not forget tnat there
are many "close counties and
legislative districts. An unsatis-
factory men at the head of the
ticket might loose these counties
and districts to Democracy. Can
Mr. Murray, who i at war with
the administration, who charges
the election boards with a henious
crime, lead these close counties
and district to victory? Lee Cruce 1
is in harmony with the adminis-
tration and the workers and hi.
nomination will mean the election
of at least a hundred more county j
and legislative officers i
A FriKhtful Wreck
of train, automobile or buggy may
came cuts. bruises. abrasions,
tipralns or wounds that demand
BucUlen's Arnica Salve—earth a
greatest heaier Wnick relief and
prompt cure results, tor burns,
bolls, tores of all kinds, eczema,
chapped hands and lips. or« eyea
or corns. Its supreme. Surest pils
cure. 25c at S. S. lerrell Druir Co
held by everv candidate seeking
nomination on the Democratic
ticket. Hon. Lee Cruce is the
oniy candidate for governor who
upholds the administration. Hoss,
has characterized his campaign by
attacking everything democratic,
and Murray, slier satisfying bis
egotism, has no time left to devote
to the party.
Hill Murray started the cam-
paign by declaring himself,the
fatner of Hie initiative and referen-
dum. lt has been proved by the
records of the Farmers Union that
he was not the father or even
third cousin of that provision of
our constitution, but that be bit-
terly opposed its endorsement by
the first slate meeting oi the Far-
mers Uni in that ever gave it con-
sideration, and insisted that his
vote be recorded against it. I hat
record laugh, at liill every time
he lauds his work in behalf of the
Initiative and Refrenduui.
Unless you are n negro you neetl have no fear from the
Grandfather Clause, The man who tells you that the Hill
denies you the light to vote, tells you that you have negro
hlood in your veins.The Indian and white mini does not come
within the operative power of the law at all and it is only the
purest rot and the drowning man's catch at a straw that seme
of the republicans are using such argument in a futli hope
that they might gain some support for the kinky burrhead by
decent and self-respecting citizens of our community.
If you believe in a white man's government being run by
white men. then vote for the Grandfather Clause and keep
the coon in the cotton patch where lie belongs.
Anent Hill Murray Service Letter
When Hill Murray was elected j blacklisting.)
speaker of tiie lower house of the
first legislature, it was believed
that lie would at least be lair to ;
all interests. To the surprise of
l'inkerton Detective Hill.
the labor committee, be began hi
tirade against the printer bill
which provided tor a practical man
for state printer. So hitter was
the tight this bill perpetrated that
no committee, were appointed un-
til it was defeated by Mr. .Murray
hanic's Lien Hill.
Hoiler Inspection Hill.
Full Crew Hill
Factory Inspection Hill.
Free Employment Horeau Hill.
And this is not alt be fought
The legislators who fought for the the labor department and tried t
bill making the state printer a' cripple the chants department,
practical man were slighted when and but for.be fact that labors
i, came to naming committees and friends were ... the majority, .here
i;re snubbed throughout the en- ould not be enough laws on the
to Chicago and
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Chicago, Aug. 5-8
Return Limit Oct. 31
Milwaukee, Aug. 1-10,'10
Tickets on sale July 27-31
Good for return Aug. 13, '10
See Katy's Agen
Then war started, and the in-
surgents were organized and Hill
Murray's organization began to
weaken, and every bill thai the
labor interests championed was
bitterly opposed bw Mr. Murray.
He says he voted for all labor
bills that became laws. Hut lie
didn't say that he opposed them
on the floor and when he saw that
they were going to pass, voted for
them in order to cover up Ins rec-
Hill Murray is not only treach-
erous. but is vindictive, erratic,
and would simply be a "bull in a
china shop if elected governor.
Hut he won't be elected even non),
inated, for tlie good people of this
state do not want to lie placed in a
position that they will be continu-
ally apologizing lor his foolishness
Mr. Union labor man cjii you
support a man whom you cannot
Could you support a man whose
record is against every bill labor
bad introduced at the lirst session
of the legislature?
The bills Hill Murray walked
| Public Printer Hill.
Child Labor Hill.
Graduated Land I ax Hill.
! Usury Hill.
statute books of Oklahoma in the
interest ,d lain r to "wad a shot-
Do you want a man like this lor
governoi ? Can you nflord to take
the risk? Will you do it?—Okla-
homa Labor l int.
AN ATTKMPIKI) ASNAUI/I
For Klotorlal liepreaentatlvo—
.1, T. .It>NKS
tor County Hepresentativo—
WILL T WALKER
of I till iiiliolll
For 1 >i«triet dork
\V. B. RILEY
of MoAlantar for ro election.
For .Jud^e of Superior Court
I'll | L I) BMKWKK
For Clerk of Suoerlor Court
TA L MILWEE
.JAMES (>. MITCHELL
For County Judge,
T. DICK DAVIS
B. P. HAMMOND.
For County Attorney
\VM. S ROC ERS
Register of heeritf
A. <i. CHOCII RAN
For ( ounty Clerk
JNO. O. TOOLE
of McAlester for ro election
For County School Superintendent
LEWIS E. CHRISTIAN
1). J. TATUM
of North McAlester
TOM STALLI NCS.
For County Surveyor—
J. I). TICNOR
.1 l>. VTLTON
C. T. WILKINSON.
For Township Trustee
M. W. I'RIDDY
S. E. CRACC
For 'township Treasurer
J. L. lU'RBA
For Township Clerk
J. W. KNAIT
For Conitable of Canadian Township
J. C. HATFIELD
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
Sheriff (Jels Meagre Iteport of When Will Bill Murray Be
Attempted Crime Near HOIfliDated for GOYCMOtf
I- l ink s hwitch
Sheriff Harrison was notified When the lion eats ^rass like an
last night that a negro had attbinp-1 °* .
, D i 11 1 f And the ga.impper swallows the
ted to assault Mrs. Kiddle, wife of lv|,aiH
a small farmer living neal !• rink s ^'|ien t(IK terapins knit woolen
Switch, south of the city, lt was i socks
reported that U. K. Munn, who And the hair is outrun by the
lives near there, took a shot at the j snail.
negro as he ran away. Details of When serpents walk upright like
What a Heap of Happiness it Would
Bring to Crowder Homes.
Hard to do housework with an
ItrlnK" you hours of misery at
leisure or at work.
If women only know tho cause—
that backache pains oorne from sick
''twould save much needless woo.
Iloun'n Kidney Pills euro sick kid-
Many residents of this vicinity en-
Uorne them. y
Mrs. J W. l.oyd. :W7 W. Madison
Ave.. McAlester, Okla.. says: "For
Boven or eight years. I was bothred
almost constantly by piercing pains
through my kidneys, there was
' also a soreness across tho mnttll of
my back and I could not stoop with-
out suffering inteiiHely, I felt tired
nearly all tho time and lacked am-
bition. After taking a number of
remedies without obtaining relief. I
learned of (loan's Kidney Pills and
procured a box. 1 hey entirely dis-
posed of my trouble. My experience
warrants mo In recommending l)oan s
Kidnev Pills highly."
For sale by all dealers. 60 centa
Foster Milburn Co., HutTalo. New
Yark. sole agents for tho I nited
Hernember the name—l)oan' —ami
take no other.
the adair as sent tu the sheritl
were very meagre.
A large number ol citizens ran
after him and he took into the
woods, going toward Alderson.
The alien ti >fot up the officers at
Alderson and Krebs and notilied
the police here, who were on the
lookout for him all night.
The negro is described as being
large and black. He wore a cord-
uroy cap and a pair
ol overalls sn8Me
And doodlebugs travel like
When grasshoppers feed on the
And feathers are found 011 the
When Thomas cats swim in the
When elephants roost on trees,
When insects in summer are rare
And snuff never makes people
over his trousers, the overalls be-
ing short in the waist aud not com-
ing to the top of the trousers. He
had on an undershirt and no top
shirt.- McAlester Capital.
When fish creep over dry land
And mules on bicycles ride,
When foxes lay eggs in the sand
And women in dress take 110
When dutchmen no longer drink
And girls get to preaching on
And Billy goats butt from the rear
And treason is no longer a crime.
Whin the humming bird brays
like an ass
And limburger smells like
When plow shares are made out of
And the hearts of Oklahomana
When ideas giow on republican
And wool on the hydraulic ram
When the Cruce supporters are all
And Oklahoma is not worth a
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Barrow, A. E. The Crowder City Guardian (Crowder, Oklahoma), Vol. 5, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, July 29, 1910, newspaper, July 29, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc274353/m1/1/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.