The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 190, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 10, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADgH. QUTHWIE OKLA. WEDNE80AV APK8L 16 1967.
Now is the time to provide yourself with a site for your
home in an addition which will sotra be the best resi-
dence portion of the city. Shade Trees and Street Car Service
Lots $40 to $125 .ssKi $r?L& THE MASON REYNOLDS CO.
onri nna.i.'hii'ri in 4-.rrrprr& mnnt.liR with fi nfir r.fint InfifiT'fiHf. ....
and one-third in twelve months with 6 per cent interest.
113 SOUTH DIVISION ST. GUTHRIE OKLA
(Conllnuod from Yeatorday's Dally)
' Sec 13. The following counties shall each oloct two moinbora to the
Houao of Rdpresontntlves: Bcckliani Bryan Caddo Carter Comanche
Garvin Grady Kiowa Muskogee Pittsburg and Washita:
Garfield with two members pio rated as follows: District One; The
townships of McKlnley Kremlin Keowee North Enid Banner Hobart
Logan QUrland City of Euld and F.ntd Including nil towns and cities
District Two: All that part of Garfield County not contained In Dis-
Greer with two' members pro rated as follows: District Ono; All
that part otGrcor County .lying cast of the lino between Ranges twenty-
thrco and twenty-four.
District Two: All that part of Greer County not contained In District
Lincoln with two members pro rated ns follows: District Ono; Tho
townships of Pawnee Poncn North Faxj South Fox 'Not Hi Keokuk South
Keokuk North Creek South CrcTjlc North Seminole South Seminole North
Choctaw South Choctaw aiwl South Wichita with all towns and cltl03
District Two: All that part of Lincoln County not contained In DIs-
Logan with two members pro rated as follows: District One; The
townships of Orlando Dlsmark Marshall Oak View ROso 11111 Mulhall
Luwrlo Woodland Crescent Cedar Iron Mound Spring Creek Soward
ttnd Springer with all towns and cities contained therein. -
District Two;. AH that' part of Logan County not contained In District
Sec 14. Tho following counties shall .olect threo members each: Ok-
lahoma and Pottawatomie.
Oklahoma with threo members pro rated as follows: District Ono;
tho twohshlps of Oklahoma nud Grcoly ami Oklahoma City with all towns
find cities contained therein two members.
District Two: All that pntt of Oklahoma County not contained in
District One ono member.
Spc 15. vTho . f gjjowjns pair Pi .county jjhnllcqmpns.o additional
legislative districts and each district shall elect ono mombor to tho House
of Representatives: Johnston and Coal; Bryan and Atoka; Pontotoc and
Remlnolo; Muskogee and Haskell; Pittsburg and Hughes; Comancho nnJ
Stephens: Roger Mills and Custer; Cloveland and Canadian; Kay and
Qsaue; Payno and Pawneo; Tillman and Jackson; and tho counties ot
tralgt Rogers and Tulsn ono.
Sec. 1C. Tho LoglBlature shall haw power at Its first regular ses-
clou after each federal census to loapporilon tho sovcral counties of the
Stato Into Representative and Senatorial Districts. When any Senatorial
District shall embrace mora tlinn onr county tho counties film 1 1 bo contig-
uous and thb Districts shall bo as nearly equal in population ns may bo:
Provided That each organized county shall always haro ono representa-
tive and no county shall over take part In.tho election of moro than four
Representatives and two Senators.
QUALIFICATIONS AND RIGHTS OF MEMBERS.
Sec. 17. Members of tho Senate shall bo at least twenty-flvo years
61 ago and members of tho IIouso of Representatives twentyrono years of
ago nt tho tlmo of their clcctlbn. Thoy shall bo qualified electors In their
respective counties or distrlcUt and shall rosldp In their respective counties
or districts during their term ot office
Sec. IS. No person shall servo as a member of tho Legislature who Fs
at tho time ot such service an officer of tho United States or Stnto govern-
ment or is receiving compensation as such; nor shall any person bo'cll-
glble to election to tho Legislature who has been adjudged guilty of a
Set:. 19. A member of tho Legislature expelled for corruption shall
not thereafter lie eligible to membership In either House. Punishment for
orttempt or disorderly conduct or for any other cause-shall not bar an
Indictment for tho same offense.
Sec. 20. Tho Governor shall Issuo writs of election to fill such vacancies
us may occur Irr tho Legislature.
&cc. 21. Members ot the Legislature shall receive six dollars per dlom
for their services during tho session of tho Legislature u.id ten cents per
rallo fbr every" mile of necessary travel in going to and returning from the
place of meeting of the Legislature on tho most usual route and shall
rucelvo no other compensation: Provided That members of tho Legisla-
ture except during the first session thereof held under this Constitution
shall rocelvo only two dollars per diem for their services after sixty days
of suqh sosclon havo elapsed.
Sckt. 22. Senators and Representatives shall except for treason felony
0r breach ot tho peace ho privileged from arrqst during tho session of the
Legislature and In going to and returning from tho same dud for any
speech or debato In cither House shall not be questioned In any other place.
Sec. 2.' No member of tho Legislature shall during the term for which
he was elected bo appointed or elected to any offlco or commission 1n the
State -which shall havo been created or tho emoluments of which shall havo
boon Increased during his term of office nor sliall any membor receive any
appointment from tho Governor tho Governor and Senate or from tho Legis-
lature during tho term for which he shall havo boen etoctod nor shall any
member during the term for which he shall have been elected or within
two years thereafter bo Interested directly or indirectly. In any contract
with tho State or any county 01 othor subdivision thereof authorized by
lew passed during the term for whicJi ho shall have been elected.
gee. 24. A member of tho Legislature who has a personal or private
Interest In any measure or. bill proposed or pending before the Legislature
aaull aUiclc-sp tho fact to tho IIqueo of whch ho Ig a member and shall
SESSIONS OP LHGJiLATUJtaT.
(lee. 2f Hte first season of the Legislature lwW a-jr virtu of this Con-
i ff..ft; u .
stltutlon shall not exceed ono hundred and sixty days.
Sec 20. Tho mombors of tho Legislature shall moot nt tho seat of
government on tho first Tuesday after tho first Monday In Tanuary nt
twelve o'clock noon In tho year noxt succeeding tholr election or upon
such othor daj? ns may ho provided by law.
See 27. Tho I.oglilaturo sliall hold regular biennial sessions ns horoln
provided but this shall not prevent the calling of a special session of
tho Legislature by tho Govornor.
ORGANIZATION AND RUft3S.
Soc. 28. Tho Senate shall at tho beginning of each rogular session
and at such othor tlmoB as may bo necessary elect ono of lis mombors
Prdsfdout pro tempore who shall prosldo ovor Its deliberations In tlio nb-
s6nco or place of tho Lloutonnnt Govornor; and tho bunnto sluill provide
itir all Its standing coirnilttccn and byi a majority vote oloct tho mom-
Seo. 2!). Tho Houso of Representatives shall at tho beginning of each
regular session and at such other times as may bo nocossary oloct ono of
He mombors Spoakor.
Eoc. r.O. Each IIouso shall bo tho Judge of tho elections rotums arid
qualifications of its own members and a. majority of ooh shall constitute
a quorum to do business; but a smaller number may adjourn from day to
day and may bo authorized to compel tho attendance of nbsent mombors
In mich mnnnor and undor such ponalty as well Hc-ubo may provide.
Each House may detormlno tho rules ot Us proceedings punish Kb
members Tor disorderly bohavlor and with tho concurronco of t'otlihds
expol a member.
Eaoh Houso shall koop a Journal of Us proceedings and from time tp
tlmo publish tho anmo. Tho yeas and flays or Iho members of ollhor House
on any question nt tho doslro of ono-fifth of thoso v-jsont fijiaU bo onUrcd
upon Its Journal
.Neither Houso during tho session of the Legislature shall without
the consent of the othor adjourn for moro than threo days nor. lo any other
place than that In which tho two-Housos hall bo altttng.
Soc. 31. In all elections mndo by tho Legislature dcopj. for officers
and omploycos thereof tho members thereof shall volo yijoi or nay and
uauu voiM aiiuii uu omorou upon mo journal.
Soc 32. No special or local law shall bo considered by tub- Lsl8lattro
until notlco of tho Intended InttoducBon or such bill or bills shall first
havo been published Tor four consecutive weoks In sonio weekly nowapapor
publlahod'or of general cltoulatlon in tho city or county affected by such
law stating In subatnnco tho conlonU thoroof and verified proof of bucIi
iithllcntlon filed with tho Secretary of State.
See. 33. All bills for raising revenue shall orlglnato In tho Honao ot
Representative. Tlio Sanuto may propose amonduKnts to rovonuo bills.
No revenue bill shall bo pissed during tho last fivo dnys or tho session.
Soc. 34. Evory bill shall bo rocd tm three different dnys In each
Houso and no hill shall become a law wnloes on Its flunl pawago It bo
road at length and no lnw shall bo paoeod unloas upon a vote or a majority
of all tho mombors olectod to onch Houso In favor of such law and tho
qquostlon upon final passage shall bo Inken upon Its last raiding and tho"
yoap and nays shall bo outtrod upontho Journal.
Soc. 35. Tho prosldlng officor of oach Hoimo shall In tho j)rosonou of
tho Houso over which ho presides sjgn all bill's and Joint tosojutlons
passed by tho Lagislaturo immediately aftor tho samo shall havo heqji
publicly read at length ami Iho fact of reading and signing sliall bo onlorod
upon tho journal but tho reading at length may bo dlaponecd with by a
two-thirds voto of a quorum present. Which vdle by yens nud nays shaH
also bo ontored upon tho Journal.
POWERS AND DUTIES.
Soc. 3C. Tho authority of thouLoi(lSlaturo shall axiom! to nil rightful
ubJoctB of legislation and any apeclflo grant of authority in this Constitu-
tion upon any subject whatsoever shall not work a roatrlotlon. limitation
or oxcluslon of such authority upon hp samo or any other subject or eub-
Sec 37. Tho LoglslaUiro shall hnvp the power to oatabllBh a stnto
printing plant and .to provldo for tho election or appointment or a State
b'oc 38. Tho Lofilslaturo shall proVldo for tho ostnbllahmont or a Stato
Geologic! and Economic Snrvoy.
Sec. 30. Tho Lo!ilntitro shall creoli a Iloanl or Healtlt Board of
Dontlslry Boardor Pharmacy and Furp Food Commlwlon and. proscribe
tho duties of oach. VTll "physicians dcnjullfl andjiharmnolete now lagal
ro'gUtorod and practicing In Oklahoma and Indian Territory shall ho ollglblo
to-roglstratlon In tho Stale of Oklahoma without oxami'natlon pr cost.
Sec. 40. Tho Legislature shall provjdafor'oraalzlng. dlBOlplInlng arm-
It!g maintaining nnd oqulpplng tho ltlUUJa of thp State.
Soc. 41. Thp Legislature may onaot laws aathotlzlng cltlo lo ponslon
meritorious and disabled firemen.
Soc. 42. In any legislative lavosffgation olthor Houae of the LogUIa-
turo or any coramlttoo thereof duly mtlhorlzed ly the House oreatlng the
salno. shall havo power lo punish as for contomjit aUoburtlonco of pro-
cess or' eftnUtmaclous pr disorderly conduct and thL provision sjmll alio
apply to Joint sessions of tho Loglslatrw and also to Joint committees
thoroor when nulhorlzed Jiy Joint resolution of both Ilottnos
Sec 43. Tho Loglslnturo shall In tho yonr nineteen hundred and nlno
and oach ton years thereafter mako provision by law for revising digest-
ing and promulgating tho statutes ot tho State.
Soc 41. Tho Legislature shnll donno what Is nn unlawful combination
monopoly trust act or agreement in restraint of trade nnd enact lawB
to punish persons ongnged In any unlawful combination monopoly trust
act or agreement In restraint or trade or composing nny such monopoly
trust or combination.
Sec 4G. Tho Leglalatttro shall pass such laws as are nocossary for
cnrrylnii Into ofroct the provisions f this Constitution.
Soc 4C. Tho LoglBlaturo shall not except as otherwise provided In
this Constitution pass ncy local or special law authorizing:
Tho creation oxtcnslon or Impairing or lions;
Rogulntlng tho Mffnlrs of countlec towns wards or school districts;
Changing tho names of personH or places;
Authorizing tho laying out oponlng nUorlng' or maintaining roads
highways stroots or alleys;
Relating to forrlos or bridges or Incorporating ferry or bridge com-
panies except for tho oroctlon or bridges crossing streams which form
boundaries between this nod any othor stato;
Vacating roads town plats streets or alloys;
Relating to comoterlos graveyards or public grounds not owned by
Authorizing tho adoption or legitimation or children;
Locntlng or changing county scats;
Incorporating towns or .villages or changing tholr chnrtcr;
For tho opening nnd conducting for election or fixing or changing tho
places ot voting;
Creating offices or prescribing tho powers and dntles of officers In
counties cltlca towns election or school dlsttlcls;
Changing tho law ot descent or succession;
Regulating tho practlco or Jurisdiction of or changing tho rulos of ov-
donco in Judicial proceedings or inquiry betoro tho courts Justices ot tho
ponco shorlffs commissions arbitrators or other tribunals or providing or
hnnglng tho methods for tho collection of debts or tho enforcement of
Judgments or proscribing tho offecta of Judlcjnl salcB of real estate;
Regulating tho fees or extending tho powers and duties of nldormcn
Justices ot tho pence or constables;
Regulating tho management of public schools tho building or repairing
or school houses and tho raining or money for such purposes;
Fixing tho rato of lntorost;
Affecting tho estate or minors or porsonH under disability;
Remitting flnos penalties and forfeitures and refunding moneys legally
paid Into tho treasury;
Exempting property from taxation;
Declaring nny named porson of ago;
extending tho tlmo for tho nssossmont or collodion of laxoa or oilier-
wlso rollovlng nny assessor or collector of axon from duo porformnnco of
hlo official duties or his soourltles from Hnblllty;
Giving offect to Informal or Invalid wIIIb or deeds;
( Summoning or Impaneling grand or petit Jurjen;
For limitation of civil or criminal actions;
For Incorporating railroads or othor works or Internal Improvements;
Prcnldlni; for change of venue In civil and criminal cases
Sec 47. Tho Legislature shall not rotlro any officer on pay or part
pay or mako any grant to such retiring officer.
Soc 48. Tho Legislature shall havo no power to appropriate nny of
th public money for tho establishment and maintenance or a Bureau or
Immigration In this State
Soc 4D. Tho Legislature sholl not Incroaao tho number or emolument
or Itu employees or the mployooa or either Houfie oxcopt by general law
whloh shnll not tnko offect during tho term at .which such Increaso was
Soc CO. Tho Legislature shall pass no law exempting any property
within tho Stato from taxnllon except nB otherwise provided l this Con-
stitution.! &ec. 61. Tho Legtelnturo shall pasa no lnw granting to any association
corporation or Individual any exolualve rhihta prlvlllgon or lnmnmltloa
within thla Stato.
See. 52. Tho LaglalaUire shall have no powr to rovlve any right
or romedy which may have become barred bylopRoot time or by any statute
or thla State. After suit has boon eommoncod on any causo of action tho
Loglalaturo shall hare no power to take' oway such cause of action or
destroy any existing dofensp to such suit.
Sec. 63. Tho Jglslaturo shall havo no power to roloaso or oxtlngulah
or to authorize tho relwuUng or extinguishing In whole or In part tho In-
dobladneas. UahillUoB. or obligation or any corporation or Indlvlduul to
this state or any county or olhr munlolpul elaboration thorsof.
Sec. 54. The repeal vi a staUUo shall not revive a statute previously
ropouled by aucji a4utnte nor ahull such roponl Hljfc.nt'y aconuc! right
or ponalty incurred nor proceedings begun by Wm of such repealed
Soc 65. No mono shnll ever be paid out of tho treasury of this State
nor any of Its tunda nor nny of th hinds uttdor Its managomont except In
pursuance ot nn appropriation by law. nor ttnljvss wch payments bo made
within two and ontf-ljalf year aftor the passage or sneh appropriation act
and every such law making a now appropriation or continuing: or rovlvlng
an appropriation shall distinctly apooiry the Hum appropriated and tho
object to which It la to bo applied and It mhall no ho auKlolont for such
law to refor to any other law o .fix such sum.
Sep fC. Tho general appropriation hill shall embrace nothing but ap-
propriations for Iho exponsoa of th executive legislative and Judklnl do-
(Continued oh Pagj 6)
K - -t "l
Ladles All Over ths Worla
Prove That the Pducssicii
Of Ocauty Is Up t
Ono'a Own Self
eradicates 111 from 7 to 21 dnB
freckles brown spots plmplea
black heads collar marks and
nil disfiguring eruptions Boau-
tiola can bo used so na not to
Interred with buslneas or pleas
uro. Boautloln Is most gratiry-
Ing and is positively tho host
nnd quickest homily maker In
tho world fndoiscl by thou-
sands. Wo nsk you ta glvo
npntlola n trial.
Mfrs. Ella R. Berry & Co. St.
THE EAGI.E DRUQ STORE
BRYAN BANQUET AT J
(By Associated Press.)
Chattanooga Totttt Aptll lO.Gov.
M. R. Paltcraun. John Temple Graves
of Atlanta nnd aiiumbor of ether men
or note mo among tlio Invited guests
to tho banquet hero tonight In honor
of Wm. J. Bryan.
havo a torpid llvor when Horbtno
tho only liver ngulutor will liolp
you? Thorn Is no reason why you
aliould Buffur from -Dy!P0pislnCon
s'Jpnllon. Chills mil Fever or any
llvor complaints when Hurbtnc will
euro. you. F. C. Wnlto. Westvllo
Flu . writes: "I wa sick tor a
month with chills and foyer nnd ar
ter Uiklnir two bottles of Hurblno um
woll and hoalthy.' ti. R. Rmfro.
Sprlngtlmo Ib coming Anna dear.
Why not olean up. Wo havo tho
paints. Clios. It en fro drug houoe.
You nro roady for Bprlntr building'
So-uro wol Lot ub make you an oath
mate on a bill of lumber. Arkansas
From Skin Diseasofrom BJrth Until
Six Years Old Fattier Spent
Fortune on Her Without Benefit
Old Doctor Suggested Cuti-
cura which Cured Her in Two
SKIN SOFT AS A BABY'S
AND WITHOUT A SCAR
" I liavo a coiMin in Ilookingiiam Co.
who onco had n kiu clicafco from her
birth until alio waa six ycare of jico.
J lor father had sjioiit t fort t(ii9 oil Iter
to got hor ourwl nnd mmo of thy tm:U
inojitadid herunygood. Old Dr. C
UK8tel that Jio try the (itiqurn Item.
wxm 'vhich lie di.l. Von lio conv-
mencoil to two it tho child wiw al man tin a
solid ecab Ho had hchI It about to
iiiontlw and the child won vti J T-na
there when they commenced to w your
Cutiouru Itemediwi 1 nUyod ttiat Js
and then roturiutl Imuiic uiul HhivHwo
weeks and tbwi went Iwck wnfnaw!
with tlmm tnowei'ks lencoriuid wiw
I want home I could hardly bntiwe la
Wfifl tho sumo child Her kA waa as
hof t aa a inh'a w Jthout a wr oo it 1
have not mii IcrItijveteo jm hut
I have hoard from her and thw lai tmio
I heard from Iht h wna wJI. Thai U
whore I became accjunijjted with Culi-
qjiru. I Jiojw Ihjn iimy ha of itfrpo or
vice to you In tm future. Mnt v. P
Inglo Hutlington X t . Jmie lfl 1903."
V Is eiitfcur&OinFment.
lor rabOM ccannus itchlngs. irrita-
tions hculmgs and chafipingH for kxJ
rough and grvay cwn jduxioim for sore
itdtfiiK Minting tuiibau4 feet fof baby
nwluw. Krlungt and clwhngs. and fur all
Ui ptirpoca of tlio toilet bath and
nunwry Cuticura Oimment aasisted
hi' jUiniaum Jjcap is invaluable.
Cimvht tUktut tjkl liMntl truuui tit Ewy
ur Mu4 tnw - AU -Itwut tlu aim Stl(
LaK a'i3 ft iBBlBUBElaHiBBaaaBia' aW M
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