The Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, January 29, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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CLAREMORE, INDIAN TERRITORY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1904.
I GOOD PRINTING 1
CLAREM RE WINS THE
We congratulate the adminis Meeting of Executive Committee. r.th. We fully endorse the re
jistration on the success attained —7- nomination of President Roose
in the plans for the buildir.ff of ,fetln^.of K*eoulive| rcJt fo sn,,c.,P(i himsalf and pled
Date is Set for March 17th
Republican Executive Com-
mittee at its Meeting on
the 23rd iost.
ization Cherokee Nation.
Held at Vinita, I. T . Jan
nary 29, 1904.
the Panama Canal, and the care
! ful, statesmanlike manner in
which the way has been pre-
pared and great obstacles have
been overcome in the aocom-
—— plishmentof that great enter-: Meeting was called to order at
The Republican Executive prise. 8 p. m . Wade S. Soaofkld, Chair-
Committee of the Indian Terri We congratulate the American ; man in the chair.
tory met at Vinita on the 23rd people and the Republican party At tho roll being called the fol-
Ige our support to secure such
nomination and his election.
; 6th. We congratulate the Re-
; publicans of the Cherokee Nation
on their splendid organization
and urge them to continue the
name, so when the time comes
; wo will be ready for the contest
which will settle the future polit-
| inst. with all members present on the continued reign of prog-1 lowing members were found toj icgi supremcy of this Nation
but four, who were represented ress and prosperity of our great! be present: Wade S. Sun Held, H. Jennings, 1
| j by proxy. Tho meeting was nation, and feel that it is largely jO- L- Conner. J. J. Rose, R. P. J. R^. McIntosh, Corn.
1' held in the offices of Hon. Luraan owing to tho wiso administration j Pullan. Martin Ronare and Fred i R- I'1. Pullan. I
I THE MESSENGER 1
of the affairs* of our nation under I Walker. 1 Ou motion the report was r.n-
Republican rule, that such a The following proxios we,re janimously adopted.
grnud condition of affairs con- presented and accepUd: T. P.; iikphejsentation.
tinue to exist. Parker for Oeo. A. Wafers, J. R ■ Moved by Pred Walker, and
Wo pledge ourselves to the ; McIntosh for Dr. J. W. Rone. ;seconded by J. .1. Rose and or
work of the upbuilding of the j Mr. Parker being called away jeered: That the basis of repre
Antlers; C. G. Kean. Wynnewood, [Republican party in tho Indian business 00 motion Graut j sentation to the Cherokee Nation
W. H. Johnson, proxy C. G.'Territory by all lawful means j Victor acted for him. Convention lie. one delegate for
Kean; J H. Wootcn. Paul's Val and feel that the purpose, priii Chairman Stanfield appointed |every cln>> of ren members or
F. Parker, Jr. Those in attend-
Mike Coulan. Atoka; P. S.
Jones, Wilburton: W. H. Hilton,
proxy P. S. Genung, Durant; E.
F. Fannin, Spiro; T. R. Latham.
ley; A. V. Doak. Ardmore; W. L iciples and advancement of the
We Congratulate You
On the Birth of the
of the Baby at your
home, and wish it a
long life and happiness
by presenting baby
Solid Gold Ring Free
Provided you will be so
kind as to bring baby
toour store when con-
venient. before it is
six month'sold to have
the ring fitted.
It is my Intention to present a Gold
Rintf to every baby born tn Claremore
Recording DialrL't in 1W>4.
E. A. CHURCH,
THE LEADING JEWELER.
Claremore, - 0. T.
Despite these various in-
fl'iences, the outlook is that
President Roosevelt, will be nom-
inated practically without oppo-
sition. If Senator Hanna could
be prevailed u;«n to declare
himselt in the race there is yet
time to work up a lively Hanna
interest, but. while he remains
silent there will not be
Sayer, Choska; W. L Darrough,
Vinita; G. W. Brigham. Miami;
L. E. Bennett. Muskogee: A. M.
Milam. Eufala; J. D. Seaman,
Tulsa; Charles Whittaker. proxy.
Arch Querry; J. A. Roper, Ok-
mulgee; J Worthington. proxy.
Stanfield; S. G. Victor. Afton- E.
S. Bessey, Claremore; T. D.
Bradford. Lenapah; C L. Long,
Wewoka; C O. Frye, Sallisaw.
party should stand out clearly as
against tho interest of any indi-
We pledge our unwavering
efforts to secure the re nomina-
tion and electiooi of Theodore j
Roosevelt as president of the
Resolved. That the Chairman
of this Executive Committee
communicate with the Chairman
the following committee 011 reso jOVftt.f a:id an additional delegate
lutions: H. Jennings. B. P. Pul- for every forty members or ma-
lan. J. R. McIntosh The com- ijority fraction thereof
mittoe retired and brought in, tomk and 1'lack of mkicteni;.
tho following reporl: Moved by O. L. Couner. sec-
UF.POUT O? COMMITTER OX ondedbyj. J. Rose: That the
itTiSoi-tTTiONS. I Cherokee Nation Convention be
j We. your committee on reso held at Tahlequah on the f5rd day
1 lutions, beg to report the follow- j0f March. 1904.
Promptly at 2 p. m. tho meet- of the Creek Central (Committee,
ing was called toorde- by Chair
man Victor, and the gentleman
present having the claims of
1904 PRICES. |
Teeth xtacted #
Pur* <iod a 1 w 1 Mewt Set -j aa
1 Crowik... H.UOj Teeth / .OU
1 R.4dFUtlngs 1.go Silver Fillings.
; their respective towns to present
„ ... .. ... for the territorial convention
doing m thai directton notwith ! ...
,, „ . ,, . were in vitetl to address the com
standing the efforts of his boom- j
ers. In a short time it will be|ml *60' „ . , , , ,
.... , Messrs Rutherford and Jen-
too late hither Mr. Hanna must'
.. lr ... , nings. representing Care more,
announce himself without fur 1 , * .
,, , , , advauced many reasons whv the
tner delay or the movement in | , ....
. , , , .. convention should be held in
his behalf will tiwiie out. Even, . , T
, . tiii 1 • r city, and Judge Wilkins.
if he ehould declare himself a
candidate then* is not much
| probability lhat he could secure
the nomination. The opposition I !" .
, ., ,> , . ' , !desired to present requests
to Mr. Roosevelt has not taken a . . .
peti 110ns to do so
Dr Bennett presented
An Work OumoTiiD Tim Yams.
Building, I. T
deep hold on the people, who are
generally in favor of rewarding
a .president who has done well
with a second term. The anti-
trust policy, which has gained
him the opposition of the big in-
dustrial interests, or of some of
jtliem. has not offended the great
mass of the people. We are bet
Iter prepared to hear from Sena
tor Hanna a decisive statement
that he will under no eircuin or8an,zat °0,
acknowledging the weight of the
resolutions of said committee re-
questing tho embodying of the
Creek and Seminole nations and
portions of the Cherokee and
Choctaw nations now compris-
ing the Western Judicial District
of Indian Territory, into a polit
cal division, and advise the
chairman of said com mi tee that
this committee has not the au-
thority to make nor does it deem
Judge Harris and Editor Rob-! a change advisable in the long
j bins s|>oke for South McAlester, 'established political division of
The chairman then asked all who: this territory.
or j Resolved further. Thai
Executive Committee under-
the pe stands the regulations regarding
tition of the Creek Nation Centra I club membership to require that
ing for your consideration:
1st. Wo. the members of tho
Executive Committee of the Re-
publican Organization for Chero-
kee Nation, in regular session
assembled, reiterate our staunch
adherauce to the principles of
the Republican |>arty. as enun-
ciated in the platform of that
2nd. Wo congratulate the
American people and the Repub
lican party, on having as it's
chief Executive, so wise, pat-
riotic. and statesmanlike leader
as President Theodore Roosevelt
Moved in amendment by H.
Jennings, soconded by Martin
BuDge, that the convention meet
at Tahlequah on the 10th of
March, 1904. Amendment ear-
Moved by O. L. Conner, sec-
onded by Grant Victor, that the
hour of meeting bo at 2 p. m
Moved, seconded and ordered,
that tho committee reconsider
the question of the day of meet
It wus then moved by B. P.
Pullan. and seconded l>y J J.
Rose and ordered: That the Con
veution bo held at Tahlequah on
Urd. We fully endorse the
actions taken by our adminis- j tj,e 3rd day of March. 1004
tration to securo theoarly con- Moved, seconded aud ordered:
thIa|•traction of the great water way. iTh„t Ulis Convention do adjourn
the Panama caual; and exprcw j to moet Ht Tahlequah on the 2nd
our pride in the fact that all ob- \ ,]av Qf March. 1904.
stacles to tho early couipesiiou of i Wade S. Stanfield.
that great enterprise have We0 , jj Jennings. Chairman.
Committee to extend the limit s all members of a club shall he
of the district to meet the limits residents of the political division Jor' almost Ui be overcome, by
of the Western Judicial District, whore tho club is located. ||he diplomatic and statesmanlike
Mr. Allen, of the Roosevelt Whereas, Acoording to resolu- | P°''c>*- brought t° Ox-ar under a Know What You Are Taking
club of Muskogee, addressed the tions passed by the National RePuhHean administration u'ben you tuico tirov.. -. Ta>e«!,.
... • .1 , .. 4th \Ve nledife ourselves to Chill Tonic ln-oauso the formula i-
meeting. stating that ho was in ^rty of the Cherokee nation. ! pieuge ouisoivos « ( ,y prif)tM on overy |M>tt,e show.
Vinita with a delegation of his held at Tahlequah August 22nd. ido all in our power to secure the j|U(r u,at u i« lmply Iron ami quiuio
club to secure recognition of his' 1903, relative to the organisation ! uphuilding of the Republican
but that after a of tho full blood Cherokee In !"Hty. throughout the whole
1 in t taitolwui foi-ui.
■ .Vi een'j>.
No ftiirt. no [ a> .
thorough investigation of the dians into tho Republican party, i®01101^'Qn(1 morc in wnKN In need of Kin«Prlntimf iviii
stances be a candidate thau to V" "V " • . IV . ".V V ~2"' I the Cherokee Nation.
situation and a conferance with it appears that these |>eoplo de-11,1 Vy" 11 * •* « "■
Jjear from him he is in the hands
a' the MESrtr.NOEif ortiii-
his associates, it was not deemed sire recognitien in the Repuhli
tan can organization in the
to bring the Territory, therefore bo it,
The Hanna Movement.
Unless Senator Hanna is a can
didate. President Roosevelt will
have no op|M>sition in the Re-
publican convention. Is S.miu
tor Hanna a candidate? That i«
a question which the senato1
himself answered until lie be
cam*! wearv. He savs he ha-
written 2 000 letters in reply to
inquiries, in each of which In-
explained that he was not an as
pirant. Nevertheless there has-
been a persistent movement n
keep the Hinua ••biHiin" goins.'
Those who are active In thi>
movement include many Repu
Means in various parts of ih -
country who are warm admirei>
of the Ohio leader and want t<
see him in the White House; a
number of Republicans wh<
have not obtained what they de
aired at the h tndsof thu preaou
administration and are resentfu
toward it; a number of republi
cans who dislike .Mr. R iosuveli s
personality and method*; some
of the big corporations who ob
Ject to the administration'* anti-
trust policy; and a largo number
of Democratic news|>a|>erM which
•re anxious lo* embarrass the
president in any way posaible.
of his friend's. Very likely wo, ...... , - ... .. T •
•hall hoar oeilher. the J,™ "" "rg..,i t,on ,n lh- Indl n|
ros.inff his case on Iheaumeroa. o( Muskogo. ltoMlnd. That the fall blocrf
before the committee, therefor Cherokee Indians as well as the
no request would bo made. Indians of the other tribes of
Colonel Pavey was called on this territory, are cordially in-
and made a vigorous Republicar vited and urged to j .in the Re-
denials already made.
The Rav. Irl R. Hicks 1904
The U«v. IpI R. Ilickn Almauac for
t 0| is now rrady. It will bu inall«d
o anv a<]drc« for .'10cents. It iinur-
nrl'lno'how H-ioh an ole^ant, costly
I took run h.* Kent nrepaid t o rtinaul.v.
No fHinil v or pet non is prepared to
•tudr the lioMvens. or the torat« and
weather In t!)04 without this wonder-
ul Uleks Almanac and Prof. Hick*
splendid pupor, Word and Works.
Hotb are aent for one #1.00 a yoar.
Word and Works Is anions the beat
American imiKaziries. Like the Hickii
Aiutanac it l« too well known to need
further commendation. Few tnen have
labt'tt <1 more falilifully ft r the jtubllc 1 semhled, desire
40od or found a waruior place in the selves OUCe
speoch, which was cheered t«
The committee then went inr«
executive session, and aftor de
ciding to hold the territorial con
vention at Claremore Marcl
17th, passed the following reso
We. the members of the Exe
cutivo Committeo of the Ropub
I lean organization of thu Indiai
Territory in regular session as
oublican clubs already organized
tnd to be organised throughout
'he territory and recommend
hat they have equal represetrta
'ion in the various branches of
Passed by tho Republican Ter-
ritorial Executive Committee in
regular meeting held at Vinita.
January 23. 1904
A New Ok lahoma Line.
On August 24th the M. K. X T. Uy.
l.ooust St., St. Loul
to place our
more on record a | « 1 bsgia the operation of Its new
.••art# of the people. Send order* to I being tn full CCOrd with th. XoTvn ^hrn^h'
Wi.i-ic. I'ui.ii.i.inif r'o ... . . t, ..• wla., a dlstanoj of . a milee, through
Co' principles of the Republic*. ; ho towna of Witobfr< ArcaUllk,
aml P'a^orn, as adopt j ^ T
Croup. «jd by tho National Convention.
The peculiar cough vhich Indicate* j We fiirthor desire to oxpres*
croup, I* usually well known to the | and fully endorse the wise, cou
mother* of croupy children. No time i servative and statesmanlik"
should be lost In the treatment of It, | ^miniatration of our president
Theodore Roosevelt, in over*
branch of the government, and
endorse his sincere efforts t<
bring every department of tin
government into perfect work
ing order and to cleanse there
from corruption and wrong
•tnd for this purpose no modtctno has ■
received more universal approval i
than Chamberlain's Cough Itemody. I
Do not waste valuable time In expert- j
uienting with untried remedies, no
matter bow highly they may lie roccui
mended, but give this medicine as di-
rected and all symptom* of croup will
disappear. For sale by Freeman'*
Drutf Hturc and Uollng's i'harmaey.
I'he lino open* up a magtilllcent tigri
•ultural country of surpassing possl
lillties— a country hound to be the
tomeseeker'* tneoca for several year*.
•J.v October 1st the Hue will be com-
peted through to Oarlle*villo, I. T.,
piking tlui M lv. .V T. Ivy. a direct
line between Oklahoma Cltv and Kan
*a* City, Kt. Louis and all Important
point* north and east.
The branch line (rotu Osage to Wy-
bark, I. T., was completed on August
1st, and train* are now running over
that division on regular schedule.
It's hard work lo cater to the hardwaie wants of a coon
onunity. No two people want the same thing, but we take
hints from every one who comes into tho store, and if you
can find a mom complete or better stock of everything in the
hardware Hue. we'd like to know about Ij
Give US Exercise. It's good for on r health. We
are oxperts in climbing tall ladders. Don't hesitate tonsk to
see something because it's on the top shelf We are willing
to pull our goods down to show and explain whether you vlsh
to buy or uot. Original agale saucepans, ami kettle*, with
metal covered bottoms, can't be found every hardware store
A«k to see them.
"Out of sight, oat of mind" applies to roofs, gutters, eon
due tors. etc. W« would suggest a thorough examination of
them to ascertain if they are water tight for winter wear
Rogers Hardware Co.
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