Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 252, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 21, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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CHICKA3HA DAILY EXPRE39 CHICKA3HA OKLAHOMA THURSDAY OCTOBER 21 1020.
Chickasha Daily Express
(iKO. II. EVANS
J- KDWIN POOL
. OFFICIAL PAPER OP GRADY COUNTY
Knterad at the Postoffice at ChlckaBha Oklahoma as second clans
CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA THURSDAY OCTOBER 21 1920.
One yr. delivered by carrier' $6.00
Six months " $3.00
Three months " " " $1.50
One month " " "
One year by mall $4.00
Six month by mall 2.00
Three months by mall.. . 1-00
Single copy . . . .... 6o
Gives All The Local News'
In Hip urent pabfest growing out of Hip League of Nations eonie
yvv How to hoar Mr. Hoot "noblest Koinan of them all" in Hie H. O.
P. camp. '"We have heard Mr. Harding Mr. Borah Mr.; Johnson
Mr. Tuft and a miscellaneous collection of lesser lights discourse
volubly and of Ihcir view.s il may be said as some gentleman rc-
ninrle'd regarding Hie late Sister Cleopatra "age cannot wither
'nor custom stale their infinite variety." Mr. Hoot has made what is
khmI to b.j his "first last and only speech of the campaign ajid it
is said that he was expected to finally "shake down the party s
definite position out of the confusion resulting from prodetigue ami
anti league uUerauees of Harding's supporters." '
If you read Mr. Hoot's notable address you must have been im-
pressed by the fact that it was strikingly different in lone from the
" utterances of the majority of the (J. (). P. orators. Dignified and
leniperfttc throughout Mr. Hoot did not dilate on such campaign
bogies as the "super-state" and the moth-eaten doctrine of American
isolation upon which stump speakers of less mentality dwell with
so much emphasis and he showed a disposition to be tolerant toward
opposing views. He had no unkind criticism for President Wilson
but on the contrary was willing to accord the presdient "acknow-
ledgement of the just credit for what he accomplished" in so im-
portant a work.
As analyzed by Mr. Hoot the Republican posi'ion is that Senator
Hading having Voted for -Hi" covenant with reservations once
Will so accept it if he is elected as president; that the Republican
platform "stands for agreement among the nations to preserve the
peace f the world"; that Senator Harding has stated that he will
"combine all that is good and excise all that is bad" from the league
covenant; that "the American objections can be met without and
nbviated without interfering with the scheme of the league or im-
pairing its usefulness"; that the principal objection to the covenant
is Article X which must be eliminated.
It will be noted that Mr. Hoot's position is very similar to that
of Mr.' Taft and while it accords with views that have sometimes
been expressed by Mr. Harding it is in direct conflict with the posi-
tion taken by the latter in his Dos Moines speech in which he de-
dared that he stood ior the utter rejection of the covenant coining
out strongly in favor of "scrapping" the whole thing. How differ-
ent is this from the declaration of Mr. Hoot that the "objections can
be met without interfering with Hie scheme of the league." Mr.
Harding's Des Moines speech is in complete accord with the position
( of -Johnson Horah and other "bitter enders" who assert that Ameri-
ca must not mix up in any kind of foreign entanglements. Now Mr.
Harding has promised that if he is elected he will counsel with the
"best minds" in the country. Will he accept the .counsel of Mr.
Hoot or of such men as Mr. Borah and Mr. Johnson who are sup-
i porting him in the belief that he stands with them?. How can the
country know whether Mr. Borah or Mr. Hoot represents what is in
in Mr. Harding's mind? And if Mr. Harding attempts to follow the
advice of such conflicting elements will he not get into as trouble-
some an argument with the senare as President Wilson has had
rendering the prospects for peace by agreement extremely dark?
Mr. Hoot d'd his best to harmonize the different views in his
; parly and 1o make out a strong case against the position taken by
!ov. Cox but in the latter effort he was forced to have recourse to
the only expedient possible which was to distort the Democratic view.
Hp repeated the often-used statement that Mr. Cox stands for Hie
acceptance of the covenant absolutely unchanged when as a matter
of fact both Mr. Cox and his party -platform declare in favor of such
interpretative reservations as will meet the objections which Mr. Hoot
advances. Mr.-Root also gives a very inaccurate statement concern-
ing Article X saying "It is most objectionable lhat the American
people shall enter in 1 5 solemn and positive agreement to guarante
jiml maintain by force of arms foi all time He disposi'.i n i of terri-
tory and sovereignty which four men made in the year 191!).'' It
is only by the wildest sort of stretch of the imagination that Arti-
cle X can be made to convey any such meaning its entire purpose
-being to prevent wars for the purpose of grabbing territory and in
it there is no suggestion regarding ''force of arms." Rut if there is
any possibility of a misunderstanding with reference to this article
the reservation proposed by Gov. Cox meets it.
If we believe Mr. Root in the event Mr. Harding is elected we
hhell have the present League of Naiions. modified however
to meet the objections which the former adavnees but without -"interfering
with the scheme of the league." If we take the word of
Mr Harding in his Des Moines speech and the assurances of Sena-
tors Borah and Johnson we shall have nothing of the sort and it
is no far-fetched conclusion that if Mr. Harding as president under-
takes to form his "association of nations" the conflict of views
among his senatorial supporters will be such that he will find his ef-
foils blocked by Hip same bunch that has held out all along against
any sort of league. Gov. Cox is committed without qualification to
i league of nations and if he is elected nothing will stand in the
way of his reaching an agreement with all who hold similar views.
He will not be handicapped by any such promises or hopes as the
it tit i leaguers logically derive from the utterances of Mr. Harding. It
.would seem that the most promising road to such a league of nations
as Mr. Koot desires lies in the election of Mr. Cox. . '
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Registration of democratic men and women voters throughout the
southern counties of Oklahoma is one of the most important factors
'in Hie present campaign. The registration books close Friday Octo
ber hvery man and woman should register. Republican negro I
leaders throughout the state are working diligently to register their!
Jorces.. it is incumiient upon tne democrat. c men and women of
Jiiady county that thpy register and register at once.
To get rid of worms In children
five them White's Cream Verm'fuga.
The little sufferer improves at once
and soon becomes healthy active
and robust. Price 35c. Sold by
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Publisher nnd Business Manager
Any erroneous reflections on
the character of any person
firm or corporation and any
misstatement which may ap-
pear In the columns of the
Express will be gladly cor-
rected upon its being brought
to the attention of the
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SOID BY DJMT'GISIS EVtRVKHf RE 1
This wandering day of nilno
Do putlont with Its 'blur and blot
Wash It white of utaln and spot;
Reproachful eyes; remember not
That I havo grieved thee
On this day of mine.
' ' -K.'S. Phelps.
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As usual the fellow who is out to
catch suckers on foolish election
bets is abroad in the land. For ex-
ample one RepuMi'can wanted ! to
wager $500 that all the banks in the
country would be tlosed four months
after inauguration day if Cox should
bo elected. His Democratic friond
cooled off after consulting the cal-
endar. Politicians who fix up dirty deals
should make sure that no talo-tellinG
dictograph is sticking around.
Regardless of tha fame which the
lord mayor of Cork is acquiring we
figuro that there tire lots of easier
ways to shuffle off this mortal col:
than taking the starvation route.
We are pleused to note that the
weather bureau is co-operating with
this department in its patriotic cam-
paign to get folks to .put uv their
stoves. For a week or two the fore-
caster has had a cold wave billed.
The Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Women has declared that
Mr. Pool's idea of a coBtuine "suit-
able for motoring" ta punk.
By way of defending our sex gen-
erally we might say that practically
svery ninn occasionally makes him-
self a solemn promise to clean off
his cluttered up desk.
SI Simp says he
always has money
as long as
doesn't spend all lie
The steering committee of the
Sit-and-Argue club has decided to
keep the League of Nations on the
calendar as unfinished business till
after Nov. 2.
While wo are not In' favor o.'
'cts of larceny there are limits be-
yond which' .wo don't like to be
If it is really true that 'Roy Smith
has a genuine old-fashioned Virginia
ham we advise him to keep his
smokehouse securely locked.
Of course if we had one ourself.
it would be different . bul since wo
haven't we are ready to join the
Socialists long enough to make Roy
divide up. .
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A STOLEN SMILE 'ER TWO
Why Wasn't He?
When Eve upon the first of men
The apple prest .with ( specious
Oh what a thousand ipltios then
That Adam was not adamant!
TJie Gateway (Detroit.)
Buyer like to go out to the
barn now and look at that 'wheat
you've got for sale."
Farmer "I'm sorry son hut 1
lassent go near tha barn today. My
hired men have just waxed the floor
for their weekly dance." Kansas
Ye Bold Editor.
'Special 'Correspondent "When they
released me they said that if I
showed my faeo in Ireland again I
should be shot." ' !
Editor--"ni let theso Sinn-Feiners
see that I'm. not to lie intimidated.
You'll go back 'by the next truin.'V
For County Judge:
J. E. Shelton j
For Sheriff: ( .
For County Attorney: J
. Ben Goff
For County Clork:
W. T. (Billy) Cloud -
For Court Clork:
E. G (Curley) Reynolds
For County Treasurer:
L. A. Sanders
For County Superintendent:
H. F. Allen
' J.' D. Bryan
For County Weigher:
A. (Sandy) Ilorton
For County Commissioners
T. M. McElroy
' Dave Hybarger
; Southern District
Of the ownership management
circulation etc. required by -the act
of congress of August 24 1912 of the
Chickasha Daily Express published
at Chickasha Okla. for Oct.-l i!'20.
Editor Ueu. it. Evans Chickasha
Managing Editor J. Edwin Pool
Business Manager Geo. II. Evajis
Chickasha Okla. .
Publisher Geo. II. Kvans' Chlcka-
sha Okla. ' '' :
Owner: Geo. II. Evans'."'Wl
Known bondholders mortgagees
and other 'security liolders holding i
per cent or more of total amount1' of
National State and County
Warren G. llarding
For Vice President:
For U. a. Senator: -
J. W. Ilarreld
L. N. Gcnsman
or Corporation Commissioner:
E. It. Hughes
For Justice Supremo Court:
('. II. Elting
Geo. M. Nicholson 4-
John R. Miller
F. E. Kennamor
For Criminal Court of Appeals:
E. S. Besney
For State Senator:
William. J. Thomason
For Representatives: '
E. E. Rankin
Jamios A. Matthews
For County Judge: ' ?
J. W. Speako . if
For County Attoreny:
E. Hamilton .
For County Clerk: :
O. G. Gulihur
For Sherlfr: 1
Tom Burk !
For County Treasurer: ?
Jacob Nobbelgall .
R. B. Hill
For County 'Superintendent:
! For County Slinerliitonilcnt: 4.1 ' '
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