The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1912 Page: 4 of 10
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FOR COUNTY JUDGE, KINGFISHER COUNTY
THOS. B. MACGEE
was a self supporter from the age of 14. A resident tax paver <>f King-
fisher county for over twenty-three years. A veteran of tiie Civil
War of 1801 -5. Graduate of the Michigan University l-avv Department
Class 1873-4, since which time have continuously practiced law, being
admitted to practice in Michigan, Kansas and Oklahoma. Had extensive
practical experience in matters i>) Probate Court oi Kansas and Oklahoma.
Itelieves in the strict enforcement of all laws. Cast first ballot for
Abraham Lincoln in 1HG4, and have at all times been an active, consistent
and loyal Republican. If nominated and elected 1 will perform the duties
of Couny Judge fur he legal salary, and pay any personal help I may
deem advisable to employ. This I formerly did when Probate Judge. As
a tax-payer, 1 am opposed to the present salary laws, and believe in
economy in the interest of the tax-payers. —Thos. B. MacGee.
For State Senator
S. VV. 1 logan, of Kingfisher county,
announces as a candidate for State
Senator from the 16th Senatorial Dis-
trict composed of Kingfisher and
lilaine counties, subject to the Repub-
lican primaries, August 6, 1912.
I hereby announce myself as a can-
didate for the nomination of State
Senator from the Sixteenth Senatorial
District, comprising the counties of
Kingfisher and lilaine, subject to the
Republican primaries, August 6, 1912.
E. J. Warner.
For County Assessor
I want to be County Assessor of
Kingfisher county and if nominated
and elected 1 will leave it to the resi-
dent tax-payers of each township
whom they want as deputy and I will
appoint them. I am a farmer and ask
your support in the Republican pri-
mary August fi, 1912. Yours fur a
Square Deal, W. H. Meade,
of Altona Township.
For Clerk of District Court
We are authorized to announce
H. Laing as a candidate for the
office of Clerk of the District Court
of Kingfisher county, subject to the
will of the voters at the Republican
Primaries on August <>, 1912.
For County Judge
(.;. W. Mitchell, attorney ;uid coun-
sellor at law, announces himself a
candidate for tiie office of .County
Judge of Kingfisher county, Oklahoma,
subject to the will of the Republican
voters ut their primaries August. 6,
We are authorized to announce the
name of John M. Graham as a candid-
ate for the nomination of County
Judge of Kingfisher county, subject
the will of the voters at the coming
Republican primaries, August f>, 191.'.
For County Attorney
1 hereby announce myself as a can-
didate for the Republican nomination
for County Attorney of Kingfisher
county, subject to the primaries on
August 6, 1912. If nominated and
elected, 1 will do all in my power to
bring about an economical adminis-
tration of the affairs of this county
and of the office of county attorney.
Your support will be appreciated.
W. B. Blair.
Dennis Downing announces his
name as a candidate for the nomina-
tion of County Assessor of Kingfisher
county, subject to the Republican pri-
maries to he hold August 6, 1912.
We are authorized to announce the
name of I). W. Peck, of Cooper town-
ship. as a candidate for the office of
County Assessor subject to the will
or the tax-payers of Kingfisher county
at tiie Republican primary of August
We are authorized to announce the
name of F. D. Dakin as a candidate
for the nomination of County Asses-
sor of Kingfisher county, subject to
the will of the voters at the coming
Republican primary, August 6, 1912.
For County Superintendent
C. IT. McCracken authorizes us to
announce him as a candidate for the
nomination of Superindent of Public
Instruction of Kingfisher county, sub-
ject to the will of the voters of the
Republican primaries to be held
August 6, 1912
l hereby announce myself as a can-
didate for the office of Sheriff of King-
fisher county, Oklahoma, at the next
general election, subject to the decision
of the voters of Kingfisher county at
the Republican primaries on August
f, 1912. Clyde Smith
R. V. (Pete) Ingram announc-
es himself as a candidate for the
office of Sheriff of Kingfisher
County, subject to the will of the
Republican voters in the primar-
ies August 6, 1912.
For Register of Deeds
G. S. Van Gundy, of Dover, announ-
ces his candidacy for Register of
Deeds, of Kingfisher, subject to the will
of the Republican voters to be express-
ed at the primary 011 August (i, 1912.
B. H. Starry announces as a can-
didate for the office of Register of
Deeds on the Republican ticket subject
to the primary to be held on August
ti. 1912, and pledge myself if elected
to perform the duties of the office for
the legal salaries and will neither ask
for deputy at the public expense or
receive other compensation.
For County Treasurer
S. F. Robinson announces as a
candidate for the Republican
nomination for County Treasurer
of Kingfisher county, Oklahoma,
subject to the primaries on Aug-
ust 6, 1912.
For County Clerk
T hereby announce myself for
the office of County Clerk of
Kingfisher county, subject to the
action of the Republican primar-
ies, August 6, 191 2. In announc-
j ing my candidacy for this office
I pledge the voters that should
I be their choice at the primaries
and at the election in November,
I shall perform all the work of
the office, required by law for the
salary of $1,700, which 1 am ad-
vised is the legal salary. I shall
not ask nor receive any extra or
additional pay for any services
performed for the county, and
shall not appoint nor ask for the
appointment of any deputy at
the expense of the county. I
have been a resident of Kingfish-
er couuty for twenty-one years.
I am a graduate of the Kingfish-
er City High School and also of
the Metropolitan Business Col-
lege of Chicago. I have always
lived on a farm. I am a farmer
and tax-payer and believe in the
most rigid economy in public af-
fairs. WILLIAM G NEWER
For Rheumatism & Gout
K. G. Wilson announces his candidacy
for Sheriff, subject to the action of the
democratic primaries and pledges if
elected to perform the duties of the
office for the legal salary of $1900 and
that he will not appoint an office
deputy to draw a salary at the expense
o' the county.
John T. Bradley for County
Attorney of Kingfisher
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of County
Attorney of Kingfisher county,
Oklahoma, subject to the decision
of the Republican primaries to be
held August 6, 1912. I DID NOT
COME TO THIS COUNTRY
TO RUN FOR OFFICE. I have
lived in this county, practiced
law here, and paid taxes here on
real and personal property for
twenty years continually, last
past. And I am now engaged in
active practice. As to my quali-
fications for the office I refer to
all reputable citizens of Kingfish-
er county who have attended our
courts as litigants, witnesses or
jurors at various times during
the last twenty years.
I believe the county attorney
ought to be able and qualified
personally, to discharge all the
duties of his office without any
clerK, assistant or stenographer.
That he ought to be a thoroughly
educated and experienced lawyer,
capable of correctly advising all
county officers and other persons
seeKing his advice. He should
be able to guard against the com-
mission of errors on trials for the
reason that material errors com-
mitted on behalf of the state cause
reversal of judgments, and new
trials and the costs taxed against
the people. He should be com-
petent to meet and try cases with
the ablest and strongest lawyers
in the state.
The County Attorney should
Keep his office in the Court House
and should always be in attend-
ance upon county business dur-
business hours ready and willing
to discharge all the duties of his
office. He should respect, up-
hold and enforce all laws upon
the Statute Books because he is
the servant of the people, and
the law is the will and the voice
of the united people and should
be obeyed, lie should prosecute
all officials who in any manner
engage in grafting, who charge
illegal fees or attempt to draw
higher salaries than the statutes
l Mow. He should at all times do
all in his power to avoid maKing
unnecessary expenses and costs
and to cut out illegal and burden-
some taxes. If nominated and
elected to that office, I will faith-
fully discharge the duties of the
office without fear or favor.
JOHN T. BRADLEY.
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'For County Treasurer
I desire to announce myself as
a candidate for the office of Coun-
ty Treasurer, subject to the will
of the people of Kingfisher conn j
ty, at the primaries of August 6, j
1912. RICHARD PAPPE
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1912, newspaper, July 25, 1912; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107716/m1/4/: accessed August 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.