The Sapulpa Light (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 284, Ed. 1 Friday, September 25, 1908 Page: 1 of 4
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SAPULPA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1908
( i>W,iTERClAL CLITIt OR CO! "
TO MKKT TOSM.'HT
lsr:'in'.u!5 coi S.T woi'lii not
pake 11 orsiErt jmui-
WILLTftLKWAYS AND MEANS COUNTY COURT CCM lT; NT ■
Cuuiiucrriul ( !,i!i i ! i.iir Teei ;ii
lii Pri |i ■ nl ir i 1 (I'll
s.'.-oii ni'd King :i( Outline
There was held nt the Coimncrc!:il
Club rooms last < .Finn.: a meeting
great importance to the city of :
pilll>a. It was to di sci 3 tin ,> i ■ ■
proposition .mil ... mis ■ f l<iii. ;
about the elcsircd improvement.
Representative citizens, an 1 elubl
numbers wrc present anel tool-: pert
in the d!9ci:i,:Tin.
The discussion took shape in the ap-I
pointu ent of a committe i- to i:;
wit a the t-ity fcouneil tonight and for- |
initiate plans of getting work started.
This committee is composed of C is. ;
V> liittal i r, G. <'. Hughes a id Dr. J. .
!■' ail m .1 of ad'aii, who
deeply int< rested in the futu.v wcii'a (
of Sapulpa. The action oi the; two
bodies having the good of the city a!
heart will he awaited vii'i in rest.
| She riff I
Iter preji t
Attorney L. R. Jackson and
C. King against whom bus-
dings have been brought by
| Attorney Caldwell were summoned by
j i tie proceedings instituted to appear
:.'ffoi\' the supreme court at Guthrie
Reports from Guthrie this morning
are to the effect that the supreme
ourt re fused to take up the ouster
proceedings and remanded the cases
ark .to the1 county court. The su-
preme eourt holding that it had no
Jurisdiction in such cases unless the
county court was incompetent.
As th matter now stands Messrs.
in;' and Jackson will have a hearing
before Judge Dayis.
K. Long, the Coffeyville oil pro-
was loor.ing after his intlrests
""in Sapulpa tcelav. Mr. Long i one of
the yoftng men who has h I his path-
way through life well smoothed by
dom: is oil
h'-OHEti't ill 'No.
of the Happening in tMe Local
City Oil company
on the Jacob Iieam3
If e, 18-17-i J, wliie! shows 350 bar-
The Laurel Oil & Gas company aban
eloned their well on 4-17-12, in the
'Jeep sand at 2,400 feet.
Next Weok Under Big Canvas
find an till Star cast of players
Mond.iv Ni.ijit tli • Company will present tLi I*. lutiful \Yc tern e'linedx
A beautiful story of tlic West told i \ a star cast of players. Monday
night all I idles will lie admitted i r of charge with or without e -curls.
Our tent will lie located just north I City High School. Ren: ember our
canvass is water proof. \YV ;.ivc |KTl':>rinam cs'rain or shine. Curtain
' raise promptly 8:.'1()
KKT 'ffw^nr- . -JT-V iMaffigKaat^BHWHliii lararaasy-g;
II is a Lucky Thing
that we arc not wealthy enough
tei purchase all tliegood bargains
we have on our list, as we know
them to be "Cracker Jacks" in-
vestments. ll you have money
to invest in properties that will
bring you big returns call on
L. C. FARNHAM
Rooms 1 iV 2, Garst Ituilding jj'i
V'HFK A MAN FEELS
LIKE THIRTY GENTS
is when he doesn't present his
fiance with a suitable enga o-
nient ring. There is nothing a
lady is so proud to exhibit to her
friends as her engagement ring,
anel you can procure one that she
is certain to be proud of at
r;3LI ER f. CIS!'
I m:\l'OKT'S COMMITTEE TOO
LONO IN ACCEI'TIX.
1 Consequence ( Imiruuiii Chandler
Says Other I'luii of ('ampulc'ii
Has Itecn Adopted
Muskogee Sept. -I.—The following
o n n letter to Scth Cordon, Sapulpa,
c lalrman of the democratic congres-
■ ii! cittiii.! Hi ij.iK,,!ii g a join!
the republican aud
d mocratic nominees for congress in
t: is district was give out from
( "eager headquarters this afternoon:
Muskogee. Okla., Sept. 24, l!MiS.
in. Scth Cordon, Sapulpa, Okla.
lairman Third Congressional Dis-
trict. Hem. Com.
A v Dear Sir: —
On the 15th day of August Hon.
h' Cieager, the republican nomin-
■ i e;. >ress in this district, ad-
■ - I i >11 '<■ ii ;• le tter to I Ion.
.aes Davenport, the democratic
. antnee for congress:
"i hereby challenge you to a joint
discussion of the issues of the pres-
it campaign in the Third e.ongros-
itJ de bate as to time, place fJlui oth-
r det. ils, to be arranged by tht
■hrfirtnan and secretary o fthe repujb-
iean and democratic congressional
in ati'swt r to Mr. Creai;: r's let'xi
ie received the following
"1 have the honor to acknowledge
ceipt of your letter of August IB,1
08, and in reply thereto I beg to
• y that your challenge to a joint
icussion of the issues of the pres-
et campaign in the Third congrcs-
onal district is accepted by me. I
vqjld have written you sugn 3tinp
joint discussion of the issues prior
0 this,' but was c;ily waiting the of-
cial t-i— uuce-;ent as to whether
oft or Mr. Stanford was the nominee
)nl.' -...rday one of the republican
tapers tuve out the statement that
Ir. S. an ford was more than five
.undre,: ahead of yoit.Wlth Muskogee,
■Va: Uington, Mayes and a part of
ici tosh counties to hear from. As
loon it is definitely settled that you
are (lie nominee of the republican
party for congress in the Third con-
fa i iion; 1 district and ou receive
he offie ial notification, kindly advise
,ne of that fnct anel it will be a pleas-
ure Inetr cd to me to eommunicate
with the democratic con. resslonal
iftnipai' ii rommi'tee ,tlie information
aat < in i!.'Iri a joint dis( assion of
he ixsna s in the present campaign in
lie-,Third cons ssionci district, and
tpon. t . it communication being re-
eelve ' b. the chairman of my cam-
paign (committee, be will UiUe up the
matter with your chairman and ar-
Oif ei: tails of the joint illscus-
nd the places' where the joint
uion will take place.
■ugfast that a joint discussion
d at not h ss than two places
h county in our congressional
i. It is highly important to
he ■ ' i'"i o fihe Third congressional
1 i.jt: i; t that tii / know the issues in
sio tarojialgn as w 11 as to know the
liea ceeklng thElr suffrage and for
fa ise men si ad of what spec-
ial nterests, if any, they represent
r claim to represtnt. N'o man should
■ eh the suffrage of the votei'3 with-
ij letting them know his position
m evrv • etlon effecting their in-
ir ; a: 1 1 have always been wili-
ng to let my people know my posi-
'i > ji .1.' piililic question effect-
:ig the ir Interests, and It is 4niierd
j ' ' : • sure to me to know that
ou arc willing to go before the peo-
h . 'i di.aiiss (in eiiiesticjiis with
ut. 1 am with kindest regards.
"JAMES S.* DAVENPORT."
! ' diately upon the receipt of
he .e letter, Mr. Ci.ager infprm-
d h.e chairman and secretary of
loon .is they received notice from
la; dcuiot rntie committee of Mr. Ua-
i; naort's acce ptance, they at once
a'rr.rige u series of meetings which
v.i'uld (our the early part of the
| non 'align.
j The republican committee waited
or almost forty days and so far
r.vr in ve r recclvi d any notice wrlt-
:eft or verbal from the democratic
conuuittfe that they desired to ar-
range any meetings for joint discus-
lion between the two candidates. In
' lew o fthis fact an itinerary has been
! ai ran id for Mr. Cleager and for the
i last ten days he has been carrying
out that program and as the time is
so short between thiB and election
t tlay we feel that Mr. creaper's time
i i all be more profitably employed than
i ngaglng in joint debate with Mr.
j Davenport. If meetings were arrang-
ed, two In each county it would take
' thirty i htht day:; to complete the pio-
grara which would consume the en-
tire tims until the election If Mr.
('leaser's challenge had been prompt-
ly accepted, as he had reason to be-
lieve it would be. the program could
have been arranged and a joint discus-
sion held at two places in almost
every county in the district before
While Ml1 Crcager very much de-
plored his inability to get' the joint
meetings for the various counties of
the eli; rid, his commtttcu at this
time ili ;in: to liiterpfere with the
proKrat-i arranged and especially af-
i toi waitfhg forty days for a notice of
Very respectfully yours,
T.fA. CHANDLER, Chm.
L, F. CAIN, Sect.
THE OKMULGEE EXCURSION
TU U-v mi LEAVE SAl'I'LPA AI
Stall T0MOUKMY AiTKIO'OON
hrce Excursion Trains Xoiv Arramc-
( d Far
The special train from Tulsa to 8a-
lipa to the republican rally at Ok-
■ulgee tomorrow night has been eitfl-
ateiy arranged. The train will ;.r-
ive in Sapulpa at 5::;" anel leave licit
t 5:50. It will make stops at Kiefer,
iounc'.s and Beggs and arrive at Ok-
mulgee at T: 10. On the return trip
the train will leave Okmulp; e at 11
o'clock. The round trip is $1.25.
Tickets for the excursion can be
obtains^ at the office of .1. H. N. Cobb.
Congressman Theo. Burton, the orator
f the occasion as an orator of nation-
I prcfnineiue. C. E. Creager will
Ibo njake an address.
It is now arranged that special
rains will go into Okmulgee from
le no'th. rs:",t and scuth.
HOW SAPULPA DOES GROW
>IS(X0KI RE OF I'l.AN'S 1X0ICATK
(HiEAT ACTIVITY I>
allies Runs Into the Thousands
Business Houses Iteepiim' I'nfc
It requires but a glance around to
show Sapulpa is growing. Beside the
visible evidence of a greater city the
records of architects anel contractors
tell additional stories.
II. < Lawler is preparing plans for
one oi the best cottages In tiio city
when erected, a $:i,000 modern one to
he built and occupied as a home by
ill's. J. G. Davis.
flrilllth iS- Keith hold plans and will
11 ccivs bids until Monday for a splen-
i'itl residence to be constructed on
South Main by C. 0, Rltehey, the brick
flic sauit iii m have uiieii r way a ten
raein house oi modern design for B.
B. Buniette, probably to be located on
Main street and for residence.
Griffith & Keith also are perfecting
plans for a 12-ronni house, modern,
for t heo. Berryhill, in Oakiawu, i
which Indicates that Sapulpa will In
time acquire standing as a home city.
Oritlith & Keith, architects, are per-
fecting plans tor a three story addi- |
tion to tho Butts building owned by
The brick work on the B. B. Buni-
ette buileting is now going it.
The foundation for the Mary Garst
building on Dewey, is well under way
The Edward Garst building, the
Iowa building, will be completed and
turned over to the renters the first of |
l'lans for a new school house of ten ]
rooms and an auditorium are being
drawn by Griffith & Keith for Col-!
IIEAKTM HEM A \ IIS TH AT AX I M-
I'lUHKMKXT in: >1 wu:
ARTESiAN WELL SUGGESTED
Fact thai Already Exists liVonls In-
stant Solution of Matter
\Hiat would sc.I'm to be a vi ry hap-
J snlutlon of the water problem for
j Sapulpa is prei uted In the Dr. John
I "heney artesian well seven miles
I northwest of the city an dl.he public
ilth of tbi' e.-itv wOUid seem to make
i imperative that a step looking to
the . cquii ii of the water of this well
be taken. There is too much sickness
i a kind typhoid, which doubtless lias
i i origin in Impure water, and the
! i sent, as well as future prosperity
t the city demands that this evil be
The water 9X the well mentioned
is been analyzed and is pronounced
ie for domestic use. i Is sjrongly
'i'r( 1 d with bi-<ai'lionate of
•' •' soiiiunl sulphide beside
0 her properties.
It is said that Dr. Cheney is al-
1 ady work forinliffe a company tei
1 lie this water to the city for the pur-
P ise of establishing a sanitarium. The
ty should join in the plan of bring-
ing the water to town.
'ihe only objection which has been
•i f< red in opposition to such a plan
!. the unfitness of the water for steam
.lrposes and that lis introduction to
i e pipes would e ausc the loss of one
■ the largest consumers, the Frisco
nad, but this argunn nt is at once
met by the suggestion that the pres-
1 it supply of water, the best on the
, isico t< stem -for the purpose, could
s ill he furnished the company.
The present is an auspicious time to
'•y tin fonudation for a future satis-
factory water supply for tile city. The
' ipply of water from that source is
l ractienllj unlimited, a ten inch pipe
i owing lull, mid the depth, 700 feet,
stires its permanency.
The "Snaked" Ones
c. I.. Survnnt, John Willie, Willie
rank and John Kelly, confessed in-
toxication and were fined at police
< >urt this morning. Kelly did a like
unt i l w days ago and escaped pay-
i cut by Iho "hurdy-gurdy" route, lie
' ate(1 in license of tl.c fair name of
aimliia that tho beverage which
v orked his undoing was nol procured
I ASTHliX CAPITALISTS COME > t>'
HAY TO i XSI'ECT
KIEFER EXTENSION COM-
Belleied that Mutters Ahectliig Sapul-
pa nil! Evolie from Hie
That there is something doing of
rent importance, is hinted ut by a
ocal representative of the interurban
ompany today, but which he Is not at
liberty to disclose to tiie public.
Monday II. E. Clark, Jeie A. Clark of
ittsburg, recently interested In the
ul and other Keystone State capl-
alists. will arrive for an inspection
it affairs, ti is ffiought the Kiefer
xtenslou will be greatly concerned
in this visit.
Looking for "Marked" One
A too-confhling druggist of the city
i looking for a pox-marked colored
irother, also for a five spot givi n to
ie cause of phllaiithrophy.
The druggist, who shall be nauu ii ss
vas accosted by a colored man <>" ! e
' acription given, and "boned" fe . ie
nail of a $.1 to get a friend out in t ;e
lutches o fthe minions of the lav,-. He
ame across with the requii; te
imount but an Investigation disclo: ed
a bunco. There was no prisoner of
the hue named, who needed liberating.
K. C. Wilkinson, answering the de-
scription of the man who got the
money, was arrested but witness' r at
police court this morning failed to
connect him with the affair and the
case was continued until Saturday
morning. The prisoner was releasi d
Xot His Regular Practice
I do not make n regular practice of
doing that," admitted City Clerk S, M.
Hurd, as lie was accosted after step-
ping around the corner to hand a half
dollar to .1. II. Hedges, a boy who had
come from the country west of Ral-
ston and luul mistaken one of the pal-
aial cars of the Enseal for a lodging
house and had fallon within the va-
grancy limitations and turned up In
poller court. "The boy had a good
looking fine to me," said Mr. Hurd,
and I could not bear to think of him
starting out again without a penny".
Hedges said he was going to the oil
fields In search of employment and
that he was 20 years old.
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
Knees, heels ami toes rein-
forced with Irish linen, the
strongest fabric in the world
' Cadet" Scientific
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
11 eels and toes reinforccd
with Irish linen, the strong-
est thread that can be wo-
ven into a stocking.
Wi ll Kim YEARS
Parents <>! J. L. Spalding Cclcbrutc
J. I.. Spalding, of Spalding Bros., ac-
companied by his sister, Miss Rose I
Spnlding. are home from Honeywell. !
Mo., where they attended the < < lc bra-j
tio., ui the golden wedding oi their :
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Spalding !
All of the ten children eif the happy '
couple were present, ns well as the!
families of a number of them.
Tlr bride and groom were put
through another ceremony; n great
spread was e njoyed by all and many
presents received. The aged couple
ri .i !■■ oil a farm. II was a gri al oc-
casion for tile ill.
W h, tlic originators and manufacturers, guar-
aiucc every pair to make good on .,11 points
claimed or vour money back.
ONEIDA HOSIERY COMPANY
1514 Front St. Philadelphia, Pa.
25 CEB7S THE PAIR
SCCI-fT NO SUBSTITUTES
The Glothcrs and Furnishers lor Men and Boys
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