Noble County Sentinel. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 20, 1902 Page: 1 of 6
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VOL. 9. NO, 28
PERRY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1902.
$1 PER YEAR.
oust for Henry S. Johnston ut the
.last general election. See official
cull in another place.
This meeting of the committee
was the most harmonious ever
vacancies were tilled as follows:
Second ward—A. II. Kite in
□ Harmony is the watchword of iCOUNTY llbN I'llAL t’OMMll-
^ .Noble County Democracy at this TKK MKKT.NCt.
jjrne Last Saturday afternoon the
.ju_________ii Democratic county central, com-
\\ ovldn’t it he a funny turn of uffttee met at the City Hall in
the wheel if ex-Gov. Barnes should Pen-y^ HU,| (ixed the date for hold - j held in the county, and not only
get the Republican nomination for |Dgthe county convention to elect members of the committee, hut
(. ongress.^^^^^^ 12 delegates to attend the Con-, representative Democrats were
If the Democrats will send Tom Sessional convention at Enid on ; present and expressed themselves
Doyle to Congress this fall, they AP«I ** Chairman L. W. Fair j in no uncertain tones for the good
will be reoresented and not mis- banks present. J. F. Tate was | »* Democratic party, and from
ing to run up against a solid, un-
ited Democracy in Noble county
this fall, which will sweep the
....... ^ " __ county from its four corners.
% night and done business according L|ace nf \ \un Burnt All factional grievances have been
buried and expunged from the
records, which all good Demo-
crats will readily agree to. Let
the good work proceed.
Shawnee is blessed with an-
other newspaper, the Evening
News, born last week, it, starts
out with promising prospects of a
healthy growth, but fails to detine
its polities. No city of its size in
Oklahoma contains a better class
of newspapers than Shawnee, and
the business men appreciate this
fact by their patronage.
TOM DOYLE A CANDIDATE.
The Republican machine con- place of T. J. Davis,
vention was in session last Friday Third ward—G. T. Bryan
night and done business according L|ace nf ^ \ lin Burnt,
to rules and regulations, that is, Fourth ward—J. M. Bttsye
nominated candidates by acclama- p|ace 0f a. F. Moredock.
tion for various city offices. Atiborn Township—W.
Mitchell in place of Joint Smith.
If the future course of the Pop- The(lfttefor holding the con-
ulist party is left entirely to tlie vention was lixed for Thursday,
workers and members who have Marcb 27) at n a ,n>
the best interest of the party at The primary in eaCh ward and
heart, we can rest assured that township to 8elect legates to the
the party organization wil be Lonnty convention is ordered to be
abandoned and the party "iH held on next Monday, March 24.
into the Democratic organization. L the different township at 2
The New York Sun has passed o’clock p. tit., and in the city
front the control of Paul Douh, in- wards at 7:30 p. m.
to the hands of Win, F. Lattan, Each township and ward is en-
who in years past has had much to titled to one delegate for each 15
do in making the Sun a power in | votes, or major fraction thereof
Democratic politics. It is hoped
t^iat he may again bring the Sun I
hack safe, though battered, into ]
t^e Democratic harbor.
^lt has just leaked out that our I
Ijfropers from the South expend-
ed Confederate notes freely in
Cuba during the Spaniah-Ameri-
can war. The trick was origi-
nated by young men of the South-
ern states, in whose home sundry
trtiukfulls of “Jeff Davis money”
bfui been lying idle for some thir-
three years. The Cubans were |
-1 't - -
A A gutter suipe, called the Eve-[
mug News, started ostensibly for
thd purpose of “bucking” the En-1
tetprise-Times and the Perry Re-
publican under the theory of
“giving it free” is only a snrpti-
fuge to catch the innocent busi-
ness men of Perry, some of whom
are always looking for something
for nothing from their home news-
papers, and are willing to biteat
the bait—just so they can get it
free. If the patrons of Perry and
Noble county would confine their
trade to legitimate business men
of Perry, who are and have been
working for the interests of Perry ocracy for 1902, unconditional to
as well as their own business, and the Republican party, without
let these outside concerns severely reservation or previous conditions,
alone, they will merit the respect Noble county will go to the Terri
of all parties. The Sentinel is torial Democratic convention car-
not presuming to publish a daily tying the banner of a single state
paper, but conducting a legitimate hood candidate for delegate to eon-
Democratic newspaper worthy the gress. The candidate will he in
respect of all parties. It goes in- the person of Hon. Thomas H
to the homes of one thousnnd peo- Doyle, who has already made his
pie of Noble county each week record before Congress as the
and is read by all the family. If champion of that cause. We go
those two-for-a-nickle business as only one county, but expect
men wish to place their advertise- more to champion our cause for
ments in a poster, because a few the P^ncjles w« ^vocate,' be-
. *, » cause Noble county is right and in
copies are distributed around the L^e en(^ rjght must prevail. Mr.
square free, and believe they can Doyle stands today as the leading
reach the people on this system, advocate of Single Statehood and
they have a right to do so, but the
people will measure their capa-1 A Muskogee dispatch says a
city by their judgment. Creek Indian by the name of Sur-
- ---------— rell. came in overland from near
TURNED HIM DOWN. Bristow last evening find gave
The Sentinel is not persuming himse|f up to the United States
to he a dictator as to who the Re- mttl8hal, saying that he had shot
publicans should nominate for of- and ki||e<l H man by the name of
tice,. but when one single man yancej Friday evening.* Accord
turns down a whole ward for a I ing' to his story Vance was at-
personal grievance, it. looks to “n tempting to eject Sorrell's dnugh-
man up a tree that the machine Ler flu,n a contested allotment,
has a particular engineer working and failing attempted to shoot her.
the throttle. Last week in the To save his daughter’s life Stir-
ward caucus of the Third ward the rel I killed her assailant. After
committee recommended Charles fean“S‘history barrel was re
neased on his own recognizance.
Wennor for councilman. Ibis'
recommendation was strenuously I It is said that Gov. Ferguson
objected to by Mr. Welch, oflhe sent to Kingfisher and El Reno
Enterprise-Times, who informed about $1,800 worth of territorial
the committee that he would op- printing last week. The governor
pose Wenner even to his election, should remember that the Cher
The Republican machine of
Perry is guilty of petty larceny,
for stealing from the Democrats
the colored Demosthenes, J. W.
Willett. j ~~ ICZ)
THOMAS H. HOYLE
Fighting under the flag of Dem-
the ehnmpion of Democracy of
Oklahoma. Stntehood will ho the
paramount issue in the coining
campaign. Being wards of the
government, we have a right to
ask independence and self-govern-
ment, and no man in our county
or Oklahoma, has the Aglo-Saxon
blood more seated in his veins for
this purpose than Thomas H.
Doyle. Like that old Irish pa-
triot, Gladstoue, who lived and
died as an idol in the hearts of
the people, Tom Doyle stands to-
day for Oklahoma and should he he
nominated at the Enid convention
as the Democratic candidate, he
will he elected world without end
on next November.
DKMOt: It AT 1C CON G It ESS-
ION A I. CANDIDATES.
The lists for the Democratic
Congressional tournament at Enid
oil the 22ad of April arc rapidly
filling and although two or three
very popular gentlemen have
withdrawn their names from con-
sideration it is hut fair to say that
never before has the Democratic
party had such splendid material
from which to select its candidate
and never before have the pros-
pects been so bright tor the el-
ection of the Democratic nominee.
Many good men have gone down
to defeat under the Democratic
banner in past campaigns, but in
each case their failure was the re-
sult of other considerations than
politics and the comparative abil-
ity and integrity of the opposing
candidates. In this year of grace
for the first time in the territory’s
history political conditions are
nearly normal. The republicans
have not only the prestige, hut
also the misfortune to ho in power.
The opposition to republicanism
is to all present appearances more
closely united than ever before.
They are in effect one pnrty.
Factional differences have been
eliminated and a growing enthusi
asm pervades the party ranks.
The Democratic platform will
reiterate the devotion of the party
to the cause of single statehood.
It will arraign the present and
past republican administrations
for the corruption of its appointed
officials and the scandals in schools
and asylums that have made the
name of the Territory a byword
and a reproach. It will throw
the searchlight of investigation
upon the record of the little “Na-
poleon of finance,” Flynn, and
point out some of 4 he avenues he
has trod in accumulating hank
It will declare a whole lot of
other things equally interesting
and the nominee of the conven-
tion will get all the campaign ma-
terial needed from the file of re-
publican papers and the notebook
of republican leaders.
The bright prospects for demo-
cratic success has caused nearly
every county to bring forward a
favorite son and some counties
have it whole delegation of favor-
ites. With the voluntary retire-
ment and declination of Colonel
Roy Hoffman, of Chandler, and
Judge Robert Ray, of Lawton,
the fiel d of available candidate^
either receptive or active, who
can hope to cut much figure in the
convention will consist of Judge
C. B. Ames, Col. R. B. Forrest,
Col. “Bill” Cross, Hon. Freeman
Miller Capt. Edgar Jones and
ThomaB H. Doyle. There may
tie complimentary votes for
others, hut the next congressman
from Oklahoma will be selected
from among that bunch.
They are all good men, sound
on single statehood and Demo-
cratic principles, and the Herald
believes in giving them a fair field
and no especial favor, for those of
them who do not win this time
will be in it when we set single
statehood. Here’s for the nomi
Spring Millinery Opening,
SATURDAY, MARCH 22nd.
Our Millinery Department, which has with
its first opening established itself as headquarters
for LADIES’ HEAD WEAR and strengthened its
position with every successive season, is for this
spring more complete than ever before.
Our exhibit this season consists of an array of
the LATEST FOREIGN and DOMESTIC MILLINERY
PRODUCTIONS that for variety and exclusiveness of
styles are unsurpassable and cannot fail to merit
the admiratoin of all who appreciate art, beauty
and Comfort in Ladles’ Hats.
No Souvenirs, No flowers; No Music,
But Extraordinary Low Prices
On Up-to-Date Reliable Millinery.
Everybody Cordially Invited...
Mrs. Du Choine, who is in charge of this de«
partment, insures a hearty welcome and courteous
treatment to all who attend. '
The committee took the matter un
der advisement and concluded to
act under the advice and edict of
Mr. Welch, and when the time
came threw Mr. Wenner over
board and recommended F. G
Moore, the banker, in his place
Whether or not Mr.
« party to this change or not we
failed to learn. However, it seems
that Mr. Welch was able to turn
down Mr. Wenner single handed
okee Strip is a part of Oklahoma.
The Democratic primary for elect-
ing delegates to the county conven-
tion for Watkins township, will he
held at the Grand Opera House in
Perry next Monday at 2:30 p. iu. All
Democrats of I lie township are re- [sjeaj]
Wenner washuested 10 present.
J. B. Tate,
1, Harry Shortinan, Acting Mayor,
of the City of Perry, do hereby pro-
claim that on Tuesday, the tlrstday
of April, A. D. 1902, the rpguiar any
nuai City Election will be field in said
City of Perry, Noble county, Okla-
homa Territory, at which time there
will be elected a Mayor. City Treas-
urer, one Councilman and two mem-
bers of the Board of Education iu the
First Ward, One Councilman and one
member of the Board of Education in
the Second Ward; one Councilman
and one member of the Board of Ed-
ucation in the Third ward arid two
Councilmen and one member of the
Board of Education in the Fourth
ward of said City, which officers when
elected and qualified, will bold their
offices during the term prescribed by
That the election will’be held in
the First ward iu the building on C
street occupied by the City Hall.
In the Second ward, on Lot 25 in
Block 28, on C street.
In the Third ward, in the building
occupied by the Noble County Sen-
tinel on Seventh street.
In the Fourth ward, in the Hotel
building occupied by F. S. Winn on
In witness whereof, 1 have hereun-
to set my baud this eighteenth day
of March, A. D., ninclren hundred
and t wo.
Attest: IlARKY SnoRTMAN,
F. F. BrscH. Acting Major.
Fifty cents a hundred for nice clean
rags at Sunfield's,
If Banner Salve
doesn't cure your piles, your money
will be returned. It is the most heal-
ing medicine. Hutchinson Drug Co.
Democratic County Convention.
At a regularly culled meeting of the Demo-
cratic County Central Committee, held pur-
suant to rail, In the City of Perry, on March
15th, 1902, It was ordered that the Democratic
county convention of Noble County to select
delegates to the Democratic Territorial Con-
vention tliut Is to be held in the City of Enid,
O. T., on April 22, 1902, should be held In tbe
City of Perry on Thursday. March 27th, 1902,
at It o’clock a. m., and »ald convention is so
The apportionment for each of the Wards in
the City of Perry, the City of Billings and for
eacn township in the County, will be one dele-
gate for each fifteen votes and major fraction
thereof cast for llenry s>. .lohnston for County
Attorney, at the general election of 1900. The
following will oe the number of delegate* from
the respective Ward* and Townships:
First Ward, City of Perry 5 i)elej
Second ward....... o “
Third Ward. “ n
Fourth Ward .7
Auburn Townsnip o
Autry Township 7
City of BilHugs..... 4
Blackbear Township 0
Bunch Creek Townehip .5
tilen Rose Township 4
Lowe Township 5
Noble Township... 4
Oak Dale Township 6
Red Rock Townehip ... .. 5 “
Warren Valley Township ... 5
Watkins Towiifhip 5
\\ liite Rock Township 5
Total .................... 90
The caucuses for the selection of the dele-
gates for each Towuslilp and Die City of Bil
lings shall hi* held at the u*uul place of voting
In each township, at the hour of 2 o'clock p.
in. on Monday, March *4.1902; and the cau-
cuses for the selection of delegates in the
wards of the *'ity of Perry, ehall be held at the
usual place of voting iu each ward at ?
o'clock p. in., on Monday. March 24. 1902.
L. \\. f’A I BhASKS,
J. F. Tats, chairman.
Secretary Pro Tem.
The Levy restaurant and hotel at a
a bargain. Good iocatlou and good
business. North side of square, op-
posite court bouse Htt
Blood flow through your
veins at a speed yon
scarcely dream of; runs
the circuit of the body
every three minutes.
What is going to hap-
pen if it becomes im-
pure < Skin eruptions
indigestions and debility
are pretty certain, Per-
haps something worse if
tliejcondition is unheeded
cannot fail to purify the
blaod. No better remedy
can be had, no matter
what you pay.
SMYER & McCORHICK,
The Watch’s Aim Mater
H| and Coal. * * *
Hi Get our prices on Cook and Heating Stoves before you buy.
South South Square
IIIE never lose Interest in the
YY Watch that goes out; of this
Its daily deportment Is of as much
concern to us after the sale as it Is
before. We have stood sponcer for
it, and our sponcership doesn’t end
when it passes into your pocket.
You buy a guarantee along with the
Watch, and the Townsend guarantee
W. 5. Townsend.
West Side Jtwelcr.
$100.00 REWARD I
One Hundred Dollars will be paid for any
case of Chills or Fever. Intermittent or
Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Swamp
Fever or any Ailment due to Malaria that
SCHAAP’S TASTELESS CHILL CURE
fails to cure after taking a bottle or two according to the directiona. To
satiafy yourself as regards to my financial circumstances, 1 respectfully rafar
you to the Merchants Bank of Fort Smith, Ark.
PRICE. 50 CENT8.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN MEDICINES.
JOHN SCHAAP. FORT SMITH, ARK.
DR. FRED C. SEIDS,
Office Iu Globe Building. Went Side riqii.ire.
F. C. MOORE,
Graduate Iudisna Dental College?
North Sid* Square, next to Wade.s,
Dr. F. D. Stalford
CKOWN’AND BRIDGE WORK.
Smelaer Building North of Boat
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