The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 23, 1906 Page: 3 of 12
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Republican papers in th© Kir*t
District, that aru coiidemlim wa
chine politic#, and at the same
time »upj>orting MoGuiro for
What has become of Dennis
Flynn'* address from "Arapaho
to the Warren Amendment and
the much looked for joint debate?
It seems that Dennis has come
down off the perch.
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The last report from Clary,
the commissioner from the first
district, is that he still sleeps
well of nights since tVc lawyers
helped him out of th<> Yale-
Cashing bridge deal.—Advance.
The editor of the State Capital
is a great admirer of Joe Cannon
and highly commends the
"stand pat" speeches of Cannon
on the tariff question. The
Capital is the Republican organ
for Oklahoma, which goes to
show that the Republican party
of the new state will fight tariff
According to the Peoples'
Press of Perkins, Bill Knipe is
authority for the statement that
Payne county has been divided
into two delegate districts, and
that the dividing line will be on
the township line that passes
north and south through Perkins
and that I wo townships from
Pawnee are added to the East-
The Democrat Central Com
tnilloe of Pawnee county, have j
adopted resolution* that to our
j mind Mil the case exactly and
should be adopted In every t
county In the territory. They
endorse the initiative and refer-
endum, demand a state Insurance j
commission and a railroad com
mission, favor strict railroad
legislation, a fellow servant
law, % clause In the constitution
prohibiting mixed schools, favor
convict labor on the public high-
ways, oppose government by
injunction and favor a primary
election law as well as many
other laws and limitations in the
interest of the masses of the
people. They also provide for
submitting the prohibition and
equal suffrage questions to the
people as separate propositions
at the time of the ratification of
the constitution. Such a plat-
form and the nomination of
noble, honest, conciencious can-
didates who will bend every en
ergy for the corporation of these
provisions in the constitution,
wili receive the support of the
people and there would be little
danger of the Republican Rail-
road Trust party controlling the
To select your FURNITURE from
is at my store. I have every-
thing in the furniture line.
No matter what you may
want, I can fill the bill.
••The Best Stuff At Living Pric-
es " is my motto.
Schumann Pianos are
L. P. COFFEY
Cushing, Pawnee and Cleveland.
Undertaker; Licensed Embalmer.
In Carver Building on Broadway.
The State Capital says that
the people sent Bird McGuire to
congress to get Statehood and
that he'got it, therefore, they
are under obligations to send
him to congress'from the First
District. Now, doesn't that
make you tired? Anyone who
knows anything about the state
* SYLVESTER BREWER
| & Auctioneer
J I will cry sales anywhere
* and at any time, Write
or 'phone me for dates. j
'Phone 97, Cushing, Okla.
L. Laughlin and Mr. Hohimer
of Cushing, visited Geo. Berry's
a few days last week.—Pawnee
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(MISSOURI, KANSAS &. TEXAS RAILWAY.)
Suggests Ca.ufartabii! and Convenient Trains,
the "ka7y flyer" AND
katv dining STATIONS
Ksals, Moderate In Pries,
Unsurpassed In Quality and Servlco
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Wintersteen, Paul A. The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 23, 1906, newspaper, August 23, 1906; Cushing, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284332/m1/3/: accessed December 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.