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Muskogee County Republican (Newspaper) - May 4, 1911, Council Hill, Oklahoma VOL. XIX MUSKOGEE MAY 4, lOU NO. 44 MUSKOGEE IS THE BEST CITY jN THE SOUTHWEST AND INVITES YOU TO CUME AND 5EE POSITION ON RECIPROCITY The following takea from the Congressional Record report of Cannon's reciprocity will be of to thinking people whatever their political affiliations The speaker has had more than in public and his keen eye and wide experience make his observations on any subject of public importance well worth the serious attention of all The one regret is that it cannot print the speech in but gives its readers a few taken at what fuom canada if there is every citizen of the United States is called upon to the If there are school houses to if there are colleges to if there are railroads to if there are factories to if is lu be we can rely on our own In the event of how much in taxes would Canada contribute for the preservation of the How many of Canada's people would contribute to education in the United The college professors and expound their delightful mankind are all men are Very good but all men are not equal from the intellectual Some men are born some go to the insane some are are some are some are can't do is said there is no danger from a free market with Canada so far as our is Let us see about The president in his message says practically that this will eventually reduce the cost of living and will not reduce the price of the farmer's products in United Our president is a great and 1 have great respect for I Voted for him and 1 apprehend that 1 will vote for him I am not here to abuse but 1 would like to see him demonstrate the proposition that it will not impair the farmer's prices and will still reduce the cost of is not the tirst time the democrats have passed tariff bills through the 1 was here when Jaw was I saw the virile democratic run the steam roller over the and on bloc to 6uO senate amendments without dolling an i or a i. That was pretty Cleveland said the was a measure of and and he let the measure become a law signing it. But it became a law all the aud the present honored speaker of the house spoke and voted for it. Then what The gentleman ' place aod offered u pop. UNCLE SAM'S DOMAIN the The Chicago board of education has adopted a resolution ordering that all children in the public schools of that city must rise and sing the Star Spangled Banner at least twice every It is announced that Robert T. president of the will retire next month as head of the corporation and that he will bo succeeded by S. now vice president of the The death of Maj. William Phillips of tne oldest Mason and Odd in the United Ho was 98 years old been a member of the Masonic lodge for 65 years and of the Odd Fellows for 62 Chauncey M. Depew of New York City is authority for the statement that Taf t will have no opposition for the presidential nomination in the Republican convention of 1912 and that he will be The former senator declared Taft to be the most misunderstood of our a democratic - rose in his putting iron ore ou the free We were just entering upon They thought that was fine the campaign in the fail of aud after the election the republican party came back into the with a majority of something like 120. you the Wilson as you propose to pass the you passed pop gun bills putting on the free just as you pro ' ' wonderful A cure for typhoid consisting of vaccine taken from a typhoid fever is alleged to have been discovered by physicians at the Samaritan The physicians admit they have been experimenting for two years with a new treatment for but decline to discuss the pose to do W I a boy f read about with its small and large and when it wanted to hide it stuck its head in the I used to wonder how that ostrich i saw how it looked when you passed those History repeats tail don't wag the us pursue that policy whereby we adjust our production that it is consumed substantially in the United Let us do as other nations and pursue that policy which is for our best When a man says to me that Liverpool fixes the price of grain lor thib crop of over 000,000,000 bushels of of which is in the United I aay to him that i will believe him wheo he shows me that the tail wags the the oo the ath day of November when our friends m carrying the bouse of representatives by ft majority of over the furm of in the decreased more than Sd per cent. The Value of the product of labor and effort in lines of has not depreciated eince that The wages of the the on the and in the mine have not been and I hope they will not although I wish that there were a surer foundation for the hope that at present coat products to the ultimate after haVe passed through the hands of those who has toot decreased in any commensurate proportion to the decrease in the price of agricultural m prices at retail are almost as considering the as they were last farmer is not to blame for this Although the farm value of his products has decreased over there have been no strikes on the part of the He is and is to bear his share of losses which come under the natural laws of He is willing to submit to that law which should regulate all in the United the regulation of price supply and the ask tiie What would have happened in the United States if the compensation of those who employ labor on in and in other industries bad been cut in Ail over the country men now employed would be would be disorder and involving merchants and the whole body all the with their majority in tbe will pass this miscalled reciprocity which will result in prosperity for our Canadian neighbors and bankruptcy for these engaged in agriculture in the United result may not come in a a or a but if this is enacted into eo long as it remains upon the statute bocik the situation will grow more and more and white the burden will rest primarily upon those engaged iu must inevitably react on and injure the other the Ability of the one-third to the of the other must bo As a means of offsetting the influx of the legislature of Hawaii will propose to the of the United Stales that the Chinese exclusion so far as it applies to be The Hawaiians sug st that a limited number of Chinese be allowed to enter the islands on report on local sports since last issue of the Republican reads in brief something like Bragdon Cup is occupying the attention of the golfers at the Town and Country Galbreath's baseball team got by the Okmulgee club on the 28th to the tune of 11 to 0. The race meeting with five carded four of them devoted to Muskogee horses and last Friday was a Dan M Getaway Kitty Adams and Pete Wilkes the Porter on Sunday defeated the Athletics 13 to 3. The trimmed the team 5 to 2. The Mels scored 5 to a duck's egg for the and the Wholesale Grocers sent the Third Street Grocers having laid out the retailers 14 to 0. Lon who is favorably known by the fans is to handle the Muskogee team in the Western UNCLE JOE ON COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS AND PARCELS M In a recent speech iii the House of Uncle Joe Cannon took occasion to express himself on the country newspapers and on parcels post as I do not hate the 1 know many of their editors and I have the highest respect for The metropolitan newspapers and magazines have access to the In my last campaign I covered my district by taking my constituency into my They after the years I had represented them and lived with that I would tell the When I could not get the truth into the metropolitan the country newspapers came my God bless country They are a part of When we are married and given in marriage they tell the good They go to our weddings and They rejoice with us when we rejoice and mourn with when we One reason whyl am against the parcels post is because it is in the interest We know the local merchant and the commercial They belong to our churches and our They help make our they are acquainted with our farmers and our farmers are with but we do not know the mail order I do not the men who own the enormous metropolitan They have heard of but they do not seem to care very much about me. I am not I am not seeking I If they will let me before a great while I will quit public life on my own if Iget my way about when my constituency asks me to Charter has been to the Sugel Oil company Of capital E. Waldo T. and all of C. C. DUDLEY KILLED Meets Death Beneath the Katy On Tuesday about six a of people on the platform of Kansas & Texas depot saw C. C. Dudley run over by the Katy Flyer and ground beneath the ley was driving across the track in a buggy when the train came J. in the raw the and Dudley vras caught on the carried for some distance and then rolled on the caught beneath the wheels and his body cut to Dudley was a civil engineer and until recently was in the of the EDITOR'S From Haskell Muskogee had as guests this week Dr. P. S. J. C. Col. Barney Dr. O. M. Fenton and P. A train of motors will run from to Okmulgee next The visitors will dinner at th tt Parkinson then rest awhile and return home at their Mrs. Hanks of who has been visiting her Mrs. left for her home accompanied by her little Garrett A straw hat was seen here and there but the wearers seemed to be uneasy and were not quite sure but they were forcing the The yield of the home garden is a factor in lessening the grocery new mustard and fresh vegetables now supply the family The theatre is going into the musical novelty business nt popular The Allen Curtiss Company will be the first to make an tonight opening The Hen Peck which will run until Tim J. J. Moffat and A. L. real estate men of were callers at the News last They were here looking over the industrial situation and were much pleased with what they Haskell The in its issue May 3rd gave a short story about a chicken with two This encroachment upon the exclusive reservation of the Phoenix is Mrs. W. R. Eaton and Mrs. May of Muskogee left last evening for their homes in Muskogee guests of D. during the last issue of the lican tne following citizens of Pryor have Contributed to pleasure in entertaining Harry and attorney R. N. It is not for you to know how old he but the editor had a sure birthday on May 1st, and it was in elegant with a six course dinner at the residence of Mr. Mrs. George D. Market Around the table were Miss M. Mr. and Robert A. Webster and the host and Mrs. Rodgers is the editor's daughter and she ed the feast as a special On top of a beautiful as the center burned one for each and the appointments were equally and Before the evening was over Mr. and Jack Howe dropped in and helped to add to the pleasure of the It certainly was feature in 4u)'0^y Andrew with is charged way of the 'e is not an for he is not a The Laird of Skibo had better one before he expresses an Burglars are again beginning * to show evidence of their Several attempts have been made of breaking into residences at Chief Harry now is the time to show your Jeff Carr Get some of these night prowlers behind the expect you to do some good W. A. the real tate dealer of the Arkansas is home from a trip into Georgia and He was looking up land and was rather favorably impressed with the prospects of both of these southern Ho informed the Republican that many northern and eastern people of means are making The Kroh Music Company has established such a large business that more space is and to meet the demand a second story will be reserved exclusively for All the ground floor is required phonograph and other musical philanthropist is he is not The children's park was a gay scene on May There were of and boys oat in the fresh m nod warm the exercise of swings and other contrivances on the play It was an opening day eVor to be by the young Mr. and Murray Sells from their brief honeymoon and Mr. Sells is at his desk at the Guaranty State Ho is receiving congratulations from his many friends as they drop in to do i They will be at home at the after May 15th. The nomination of Dr. B. P. Norvell ot this city was on May 1st sent to the senate as a first lieutenant of the medical reserve corps of the United States His many friends are congratulating the Dr. Norvell will continue his practice in Muskogee until called to will probably happen only in case of A fire got a big hold last Friday night on the lumber yard of fie Lumber on eust just across the Katy before the firo got to but whea the boys got the were und Bu were and even the of the lumber m the yard itself was kept from The as they always did splendid Mrs. C. H. Finnigan Muskogee was the guest Monday of her Mrs. T. C. and remained to attend the reception Monday evening given by the Rebecca Lodge compliment ary to Mrs. Ross Shackelford of came in on the noon train to be present at the reception given by Lawrence in honor of Mrs. Fleming this Mesdames Shackelford and Fleming school here the 8piti'me very W. E. of Muskogee and Dr A. C Scott of Oklahoma members of the state board of were in Tahlequah this morning and paid a visit to tho State They on the noon train fer Claremore and will visit the State school Sun. The annual meeting of the Ok State Elk Association wilt beheld at Tulsa on May 11 and 12. & sufficient number of members will go from Lodge No. 517 a special train iwill brought into Miss L. whb is school at spent the week end with her uncle and Mr. and Mrs. R. corner of P and E. The Tulsa schools are running along much the same as usual only public indignation has not yet subsided over act of the school board in removing without cause and against the wishes of the school children and their Masters to make room for a political The school board held a meeting on Monday night and also last night At both meetings mattera of were In block 8, 300 by Ub at a cost of in gins the I a site for a new school The site for |i new school flie east side has not yet except in so far thai be in the The -
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