West and South. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 14, 1893 Page: 4 of 4
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A prison cbapliiiu )'• vary t''i ely,
" Crime i simply aloo-
If it taki-M sober men to r.;n rail
mail trains, tiie ship of state should
be manned :>y the *amt> sort.
t'ould ih" drink bill of tbe world
be used for si* months eacli iuhabi
taut of tbe world iiii^'bt receive a
bible. At tbe present rate it would
take six bundled years.
The total of collections for tariff,
in 1891, was about two hundred and
twenty millions, while the total oob
Miimption of liquors in that period
was over ouo billion tw hundred
" 1 am a politician becituse I in;
a Christian and tlm more *treiiuoun
the atlompts of somw to divorce
ligiou and polities, th • more resolute
I nlial 1 be iu inaintaiuinx thut a ro
ligious life out of which the political
element is left is to that extent
manned and mutilated.' — Kev. J.
GRAND ARMY REUNION.
Dtidit'iilioii «•' t'u i| W ildc
THE CONTEST FOR COMMANDER.
Nol o- ol I lie Rounlon.
That the liquor dealers recognise
the truth "iu union iB strfngll
can '>e learned from Hie following
extract taken from a letter which
watt recently sent to every distiller
and wholesale dealer iu the country:
" We can successfully do
fend our rights only by concentra-
tion and community of interest. A
united phalanx carries nn influence
Hnd weight that scattered forces can
never hope to attain."
A placard has been ordered by the
Belgium government to be hung in
©very school room. It reads as fo 1
lows : "Of one hundred and twenty
tiro thousand deaths, us inany as
tweuty-livo thousand, or one fifth,
are tho result of alcoholism. In a
period during which the population
has increased by fourteen per cent,
the consumption of alcohol lias been
augmented by thirty seven per cent,
cases of madness by forty five per
cent, crimes by seventy-four per cent,
suicides by eighty per cent, and vn
grants and beggars by ouo hundred
and fifty six per cent.
The governor of South t 'urolioua
ha* published rules and regulntioui
under which tbe business of liquor
selling must be conducted. 1 liese
rules prohibit any customer fiom
being sorved more than once :i day.
Loafing about the dispensaries is for
bidden, aud clubs will not bo lilowed
lo serve liquor. The dispensaries are
to open at seven o'clock in I bo mom
ing aud close at six iu tho eveain
For all the
lit tUrrlacm At.. OiiUiiie. 0 T
l.NDUNivoi.is, Ind , Sept. 4, '!•!).
rimnks to queen's woatbor and the
successful carrying out of tho adrnir
able arrangements perfected by tbe
local committees, the 2(th national
encampment of tho G. A. It. opened
most auspiciously to day. So fur as
the number of visitors from outside
poiuts is concerned, tho success ol
the encampment is already assured
All day long the railroads poured a
stream of people into the Hooiior
capital, and somewhere in the neigh
borhood of 30,000 people must have
been turned loose into the streets of
Indianapolis. Hardy farmers with
their wives and ebildre" and other
relatives formed a large proportion
of the arrivals. The encampment
is within easy distunce, aud to heej
away from it would be worse than
treason. And so they are here
tents ol thousands.
As the veterans arrive, outside of
tho slate posts are not by any means
up to the expectations. A good
many slates send less than half the
total that hail been scheduled a
month ago as certain to bo here,
while a few are likely to make oven
a poorer showing, llard times and
the stringency of the mousy market,
•specially in the fsr western states,
is tbe ascribable cause.
Almost on th6 very spot in Alili
(ury park where 1)1 years ago the
citizens presented to Col. Harrison
and his newly organized seventieth
rvgimont of volunteers the standard
of Indiana and the United States to
cany before them to the war, the
ex-president this afternoon dedicated
Camp Wilder, the name bestowed
upon some 300 tents in which re
uuions of regiments aud old soldiers
societies will be in full blast for the
remainder of the week. About 3000
people participated in the exercises,
which included addresses by W. A.
Ketcham, Ciei:. G. T. XV ifder, for
whom the camp is named, and Gen.
Harrison ; patriotic music by the
baud and the raising of tho stars and
stripes to the top of a toweriug polo.
When the ex-president was iutro
ducetl he was greeted with a volley
of cheers that was thrice repeated.
Hi apologized to his fellow citizens
for having remained so long at the
sea shore while they were working
hard for the success of tbe encamp
lnent; admitted that he felt in some
degree 1 a shirk ; ' indulged in some
interesting reminiscences regarding
tho park and surrounding neighbor-
I hood in tho days of the war, and
I able candidates for tbeoflio- of com Go
' mander in chief. The list comprises
(ten. K. H Hurst, of Ohio; Capt. J.
G. Adams, of itnaMchusetta; Gen. E.
H. (irubb, of New Jersey; Edgur
Allen, of Virginia; Charles I'. Lin-
coln, of Wellington; Postmaster J.
A. Sexton, • f Chicago; Editor I. V.
Mack, of Sandusky, (>.; and Charles
M. Travis, of Indiana.
Hurst who appeared to be leading j
yesterday has encountered opposi
tion from his own state. Adams
and Lincoln are prime favorites,
while the support of tho others is
3011lined to he r own states.
It is probable that the eueamp
monl will indorse the action of Com
mander Weissert in suspending
Karuhum Post, of New York, for its
action in adopting and circulating
resolutions approving the pension
policy of tho present national admin-
At this afternoon's session of the
convention of naval vetrans a motion
to incorporate the organization under
the law> of the Statu of New York
was defeated, The object of tbe
resolution was to enable the body to
prosecute any of its officers who! |\ / v / v 17 U fjl A I )
might be charged with embezzlement \y J\ - IO I V" It IJ
or other irregularities.
There was a contest for the posi-1 HAS REMOVED TO
tion of rear admiral commanding.
and Osborne, the priseut incumbent,
was finally chosen by a vote of 33 to
27 over Francis Rallcu, of Hartford,; ()f Unitej sutos Land Off.
Conn., the present commodore.
C. W, WHITE
,EA! )ING~ JEWELER-
1 have the Largest anil best (WATCHES &
STOCK OF Ijewelry
W. J. PATTERSON'S
LIVERY AUD FEED BJRH.
AT TDK OLD HEWITT SIANH.
Double team, $2.80 por day.
Single team. $!1.00 per d/.y.
liigs all first class. Ui.i me a
call aud 1 will guarantor sati -
faction. Cash in advance. My
propelty is all paid for. benco I
have no interest to p«y, and can
let teams cheaper than any barn
iu town. 13ejt of care taken o'
teams entrusted to my care.
fiOtULBYELAND AVB., - - UUTllRI r
In Oklahoma, and will Sell Goodi
Cheaper Than Any Other Firm
Anyone warning goods in iny line
CAN SAVE MONEY
BY THADING WITH ME.
I also have a tino line of Pianos, Organs and musical gooda at prices No
Others Can Touch, C. W. \\ HI L E, Jawalar.
SI* EC IA L Attention Uivuu to Repairing W ATCUES.
THE MAMMOTH DRY GOODS AHD CLOTHING STORE
E. T, PATTEN & CO.,
OUT OF BUSINESS!!!
S60 000of NEVV Aud DKS1RABLE Mt:RoHAi!D.is®
to bo Thrown on the Market at once and Sold
REGARDLESS OF COST.
is- a great opportuirty to get a Spring outfit for little money
The governor is reported to have eulogized tho braxory and devotion
, n i to country of the Indiana troops
stated that he expects to sell about J
The reception tendered by tho
citizens' committee at Tomlinson s
hall to the officers and delegates of
the national encampment was a bril
liant social function. Gen. Hurripon
delivered the address of welcome,
and Commander-iu Chief Weissert
made the response.
As a finale there was ft diucing
program of twelve numbers. Later
in the evening Hen. Harrison at
leuded a re union of comrades of the
Army of the Cumberland.
Ten thousand people p icked Mon-
ument place and the adjacent blocks
to-night to witness th« inaugural
electrical illumination of the soldiers
monument. Sixty five incandescent
lights bordering the base and tower
of tho shaft, circling the approaches
and arranged in flags and other de
vices on the four sides combined to
produce an effect almost eclipsing
the gorgeoui illuminatiun of the ad
ministration building at the World's
I.ntej.—The G. A. R. convention
passed resolutions denouncing Hoke
Smith for dropping pensioners from
the roll and demanding that the ad-
ministration whb j islified iu putting
every federal soldier who served this
government in putting down the re
bellion upon the pension roll rather
thnu to fiud some frivolous excuse
COR. HARRISON & DIVISION STS.
•J. S. LYON, AGENT.
BOOT and SHOP'm 1MPL™TS< Byfi8iES- CARTS ETGl"
Does the Best Repairing.
Moline Wagons, John Deere Plows, Etc.
DIVISION ST., BET'N HAR.&QX. AVE,
8UTHRIE, 0. T.
k lahwiaa A
j UKO. A. MKTCALF. President. M.L. TUf BR Cashier
1 CAPITOL NATIONAL BANL.
^ i CAPITAL, $50,000.
F U R B E R' S we oo a busihess-your patronage solicited.
WIIEN IN" TOWN
I)IN" N VAl
kens K-asd, Corner Oklahoma A*e. and fieeoad St.
. * -,. !, , for rejecting their claims for pen
■■ .No Indiana soldier, said be, j .
••need bo ashamed to open to theisl0,is-
world iu friendly competition with 1 Th# new ( oininauder-iu (. luef,
the records of tbe Bister states the Adams, selected lb', (i- '$• Graham,
itory "f Indiana's part in the great nj Maryland, a* surgeon general; J.
rebellion. Hut tho beauty of it all ^. Loach .of Massachusetts, was ap
was tiiat these regiments from Indi , . _
..ii.i and these from I ll.uois aud then, : pou «od adjuUut general, and Louis
i — .... 1 as (jUarter-
1,500,000 gallons a year at a profit
of at least fl per gallon, and make
nearly f 1.000,000 a veui out f tiie
business. This is a low ! tisines- for
a state. One ean see bow it «il!
corrupt politics nnd degrade the
state government. The liquor busi- from Ohio were all one. 1 hey were | Wagner was continuei
lits-at best is the most dangerous n t ludian 's soldiers, Ohio or llli master general.
engine of politics, but >\hen tbe
state owns the saloons the saloons
will run the stale. The profit which
the state shall receive from this
business will be a curse.—Christian
IIr l ed i I ury Drunkards.
nois soldiers but soldiers of the: Xhe conveution then adjourned sine
United States. The cause was one, I
i ibe glory is one, and, visiting com-
lades from other states, we are not;
here to exalt ourselves but to take j
your hands as comrades and sliart- SILVER BUTTONS.
'with vou tho glorv of the greatest ~
result that was ever' achieved by war Show your colors by wearing a Silver
.ii human history if there is a man ; Hntton. Organize Silver Leagues and
auv where who does uot honor tho sign a pledge not to vote for any man
uuion 'veteran be does not live in for offlcc who is not In favor of free
Indiana. If there is anyone who oolnagc. Write for authority to estab-
libli Silver Leagues. Hut tons (25 cents
each) can be obtsined by addressing the
Pan American Bi-Metaltc Association,
ll is especially important to note 'an ev6r find it iu his beart to speak
the hereditary translation of lhe of the wounded or disabled veterans
, . , of the war or of the veteran who bah
craving in the children of a lather or n ^ fa]|>n by t|,e vray ^ ,)raye
mother who did not theinsthes p s s-trugglc for nearly thirty years iu
sese this craving, but were drinker, -be pursuits of civil life, he does not |
only by custom or sociability ; also live here. My comrades, these tents i Notice
, , ' . i about us are pitched many days
lhe fact thR.t in mental respects ab than (hose in Allvnne t.„, obwin fre« „;yer litera-
norinaih disposed peopl® (psycho- I , . , lt 18til xhey ture by addressing thn Pan-American
, . , i J - - - • ■ • • I Atkooiation. Denver, tol.,
paths), a- a rule cannot bear aic o
holic beverages and become
wh'ch vou dwelt in 1801. incy;J-nit, i>} «-.u ~
., • . , . , , , • ,f Hi-Metallic Association, Denver, Col.,
will stand but for a day and vanish. ^ en(.iolj„g postags for tbe same.
verv You will go to your own homes, to
I the ^belter of those roof trees to. the t
easily inebriated. There are many — —-- -
, . , conii>anionship of those families from
more psychopaths among drunkards you ^epRrated ^aTeA[ in
.— - 1 . time of war and t<
poisoning by alcohol and the psj- turned with
than was formerly believed. Tbe tinie ol war and to which you
ling by alcohol and the psy- turned with an increased love aud
ohopatby help and cause one another I consecration. You will go back to
—the p-yehopath becomes quite l,lck up the duties of your citizen
^ ship with a higher sense of the duties
frequently inebriated-aud produce ^ lfae g,orv iwMtB8W 0f thi,
drinksr^. This cuise is to be abol than v'ou had before vou came - -
iohed only by curing the inebriety— to mingle with these'comrades, ,„,t )out ,., u nd <-h uln and
that is by total abstinenee-because | to listen to these stirring songs and th.i anj... ro b« <
B congenital abnormal disposition of !?°
the germinativo plasma can as such Nqw th&, , goodlyJ proporti(,u of
not be curod in an individual. lhe|the men w|10 make and unmake the «
insane drunkard can be cured br ab rulers of the organization are on the .'«ii 4- r>
Frank S «ly. I , . T
Tt ■ In the Juilier rourt of Log
Joi. S. Tratt. ^ ft" Onntj OkUhom T*-'.
To .Io«cph Tratt,
Non-resi«i« t Def«nd«nt
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!ah r. Territory by 1'rank Sealy ter
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