The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 26, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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The Curtis Courier,
BAXTER .& SON. Publishers.
TUl'KSpAf DEC. 2G. 1907.
* atored elt»« i>o,t*k ♦ a* Itnal^kM wllw
Calm* bad •» try 'K.uraday. at SI par |Nt
K paid IB adr«ra »t Il Soiliat-
Twice -luring the di«cJs»iou of
the bill in the stele legislature
lust week did the Republicans put
the Democrats ou record. Sen-
ator II. K. I*: Stanford fef.ijldi.
cad. of Okmu/gee, demanded a
roll call ou his roontiou declaring
the bill not an. emergency bill and
as defeating the iui'ative and ref*
creodom elate of the constitution.
They voted him dowu and went on
record again#:, the referendum
clause. Lister Senator Harper
t'unoingbam. Republican, of Uuth4
tie. demanded a roll call on bis
ameudmeot declaring that a public
official shall violate bis office if be
violates the prohibition law and
placiug under t^e penalities the-
man who buss liquors uud making
bottling possible. The Demaerat*.
with tbe exception of eight voted
The state supreme court of Ok
iahoma has acknowledged its in
ubiltv. under the constitution, to
prevent the rituudanl Oil company
or any other foreign ’ concern
building a pipeline across the state
tine iuto Oklahoma, mid this fact
proves correcj the prophet*v made
by William R. Taft, in his address
at Oklahoma City Inst August,
'.vheu he said the contempt clause
,n the constitution would render
powerless the highest courts in the
i >ii ) •
htate. This clause gives all per
•ous, charged with contempt, the
risht to a trial bv jnn, unless the
contempt action is committed in
tbe presence of the court.
Although 1 '10 amendments were
offered 40 the prohibition bill ane
IT* accepted. Probably its author
eould uot recognize it - tonight
One amendment adopted cut the
>ulary of the enforcement commis
ioner to be appointed bv tbe
governor from three tbousaud dol
lure nunuAlli to eighteen hundred
Kev E. C. Diuwiddie, author of
the bill, although not a member of
the senate, «vas; accused of lobby
rug by Davis, Democrat, of Bris
tow, who asked that the rule
against such practices be enforced
as to Diuwiddie. Tbe motiou,
however, was uot put.
Oklahoma still wauts to saddle
the extra expeuse of its coustitu
tional couveuliou upon the federal
government. Despits the.refusal
of cougress last winter to make
a deficiency appropriation, Seu-
atcr Gore iutroduced a bill to ap
*propriate $130,000 to pav the de-
ficieucv. Oklahoma was given
$100,000 in the first pl.ace, about
twice tbe amount given to anv
dther proposed state, and now it
wants $150,000 more.
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r The great leaders of the Jewish
people in America urge the aban
domeut of the llerbrew Sabbath
,'Saturday' as having hud origin-
allv uo religions significance, but
beiug a sort of hooboo dav like
Friday or tbe lCth of tbe inouili,
upon which uo one wanted to do
, Bees Laxative Cough Syrup for
coughs, colds, croup and whoop
iug cough grows in favor dailv
with vouug aud old. Mothers
,-hould keep it on huud fot* little
cbUdreu, It is prompt relief to
croup. It is geutlv laxative, Jriv
iug tbs poisiou and phlegm Jrotn
the system. It is a simple remedy
giyes immediate relief,
"nnr'itc'd. Sold by I S. Hunt.
Five emsrgucv iu«-a*>ares were
|«saed by the legislature aud
aifcued bv tbe governor up to
Thursday. They are:
Au act to cuufer oa the eoiuum-
mouer* of tbe school land office
authority to manage, loan, invest
and tegulate tbe investment uud
deposit of the permunent school
fund. It provides foi the loaning
of the fuud on farm tnortages first
and then ou others.
Tne Jim Crow bill,' providing for}
separate coaches ou railroad trams,
depots aud street cars for negroes j
unJ whites. ,
Creating a state banking board,j
establishing a depositors guaranty |
fuud to insure depositors against
loss when (he batiks bycotne in -'
solvent. It provides a tax of oue'
#er cent o( the haak’s daily de 4
poiitl to create a fund to pav the
lost to depositors.
Providing for the liberation of
all federal prisoners iu jsil for,
violation of the liquor laws prior
to November 10, 1907. This is*
expressed to be tbe interest ot the
state*because the prisoners have
already been sufficiently punished
and because of the cost of prosecu
lion of tiie cases to the state aud
the transportation to the peniten-
An i^t authorizing Hie payment
of $5,000,000 of school fuud grant
ed bv tbe'United States to Okla
homa in lieu of the school lands in
the ludian territory.
An act making appropriation foi
milage and ,per uiein of the mem
bers of the legislatnie
Numerous politicians are »x
i • » *
pec ting to hear, after Oklahoma’'
five million dollar school fuud i-
pi id from ine national into tin
state treasury, that Senator Robert
L. Owen second a haudsome Iff
from tbe state for engineering tin
Tanster. lie assssled in drawing
and approved the bill, passed the
legislature, providing . for the
transfer of the money, and it is.
autioumced that in person be ivilJ
present the bill ip Secretary Cor'
telvou and ask lot the cash. It
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will be remembered that Seuitor
Owen got big, even inline use fees,
in getting money for various In
dian tribes. It is a habit lie has,
Evqpett Purcell, . editor oT the
Enid Events save editorial)*:
“Congressman McGuire seems
to be t^e ‘big mitt’ at Washing
tot). Democratic congressman,
being with thu minority, are de
pending on McGuire to help them
oat and good old Bird does it with
all the generosity of his big nature
Oklahoma would be practically
without repiesentatiou. in Wash-
ington were it not for Mr. Me
Guire.” , . ...
JOHN OCKLACH. PraMaat.
KOlvr. MOOI'V, Vile# Pr«MU«-Bt
OEOVGK. l.fckLAlll \ >ir*|-r«<ia«u
I. H. PATTOW, t'aaMar
THE tiElfiijlTtl BJlJ'JK,
ITABL1SHEO INI 169:
flight Have Keen
* When ShakesiH-are said: “Ave,
there’s tbe rob.“ we do uot know
tor certsiu he war thinking of the (
itch. Bat one thing w*- do kuowi
—aud kuow.it twenty years’ worth
— Hunt’s Cure will absolutely,
infaiiibiv ami immediately < uie Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $50,000.00.
anv itching trouble that ever bap- ;
peued to the human cuticle. It’s* INTEREST PAID ON TIME CETT1FICATES OF
guariiteed. OF DEPOSIT—GREAT OK SMALL.
livery Accommodation Extended eoiihibtent wifh Suit* and
Cotiset vutive Hanking.
issue Money Order*— American Bankers Association Form
Call and *e* our Savings Bauks
Wf Solicit Your lasioes*. W»o4v*ri. Ofcltboiqt
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of all kinds
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at this office:
Write for 40 page catalogues
No agents emploved. 1 sell direct
to planter. Freight paid on $10
worth or more and s’oek replaced
free of charge. Address.
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Tbe Ortoo Nurseries,
R. f- P. i, . Kiowa, Rods.
.A. Li Aisfl
Is located in the Photo Gallery and is
ready to Jo all kinds of Urht-k in his line
DR. A. TURNIULL,
li prepared to do all branehea of limtlatry
CroMn htiiI Brtdce work • apoeialty. AU wora
warrant,'.), (lire him a call
ij ri<*<>Tk»d^itTi*aoir* g-rouit.
Just received, a fine lihe of Shoes, |fj
||| Prices and stylfes to Suit.
|i| B(JVS’ SUITS AT COST)
Wc want hoys apd girls who want to c^rn. money
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A BOY OR OIRL
CAN EARN AS T1UCH AS A MAN.
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Anyone aaodlni a akeieb and deaertpllnn may
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aant Ira*/ Uld#« Imnrr l r aaeaHna patanta.
p**ant* taken throuah Munn A Co. m
I natic*. wllhoat rbaraa, la the
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The state legislature seems to be
trving to make enough fat offices
to satisfy the hnngrv crowd, and
when it accomplishes this it will
probably adjourn. But the bowl
of tbe taxpayer will then be beard.
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The state printing bill in tbe
legislature provides for another
fat job aud knocks out tbe union
printing, to be let to tbe lowest
bidder. Tbe whole measure is to
bunco tbe taxpayers aud printers.
A handiomely Blurt rat ad weakly. I .a mat etr*
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•ear; four •wontba (
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Curtis nation ad follow*
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The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 26, 1907, newspaper, December 26, 1907; Curtis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405863/m1/4/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.