The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, August 7, 1908 Page: 1 of 8
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THE INOLA REGISTER.
INOLA, OKLAHOMA. AUGU8T
Qittrit, Ok.—Tkt •late ^
AfrlMiNiini *||| 4*urmUut Ikln rttt
U taMltan of lk« ZctmA JSJLnTr
rlcultural «k-.i a"*** •*
INDBPIMOINei PARTY SILICTS , WAWIINOTOW: Ttu «tu
CANDIDATES AND PLATFORM . '"Lw* STX?" J*mmtuU* Ual
it weald Mwlfcr Ik* rrinaililmw
" ®llee of Increases by tbe
iwa « Mia KU TK MI SSSr
I the mi Ion Of Cincinnati ••Upper*
•ppesllng to tk« president to Meee LJ2* "«hnol «u located tm
Ik* commission to lak* tkla course. it1JJJ®"J*' named Murray
Declares fee a Central
■•"h Over the HIM ef Membsrs
•f the Committee—Hssret MakM ths
"Key NolC Address
CHICAGO: Thomas L. I'ligea, of
l«UMekiM*ua was nominated on Ik*
third ballot aa in* candidal* of tk*
Independence party for in* preside*
21 United «ut a. Jobs T«I .
pl# Oram of Now York wii esmod
• Bat Hill* work waa accomplished at
tk* Aral session b«cau«<* of a protract,
ed d*b t« among tb* members of Ik*
roaolutlona committee aa to bow lb*
currency plank akould b* espressed.
Tk* tentative draft of ibi* plank pro-
Tided for tb* fc*ance of all moneys
by the government. Th* platform aa
presented tb* country doiusnded the
creation of a centra! governmental
bank through which the currency
should pass to lb* people.
• Tlio feature of a ocntra! bank waa
ntrongly dlataaterul to soversl mem-
b*ra of the committee, tome of whom
declared that they bad lett the repub-
lloan party because of ita adherence
to thla principle, and If me Independ-
ence party waa going to advocate the
•am* doctrine they might aa well re-
tnrn to their original faltn. Th* pint-
form waa. however, accopted by the
convention, with ovory demonstration
of enthusiasm and the utterance* of
the party aa expressed therein were
W. R. Hearst, In hla speech aa tem-
porary chairman of the convention ar-
raigned both old parties, saying:
"The republican party la the open
and avowed handmaiden ui the truata.
It scorns those who wou.a rescue It.
rspudlatea those who would reform It,
and glories braienly In its profitable
"Th* democratic party la merely en-
♦lotia of Ita aordld sisters* Ill-gotten
finery. It upbraids her at one elec-
tlon and Imltatea her at the next.
"The republican leaders are the po-
litical attorneys of truats and monop-
olies. the representatives m public life
of those giant corporations which
have superseded the people In this re-
public as the source of power and the
*«at of authority.
"Th* democratic vanguard Is a Fal-
staff's army. It Is led by a knight
arrayed In a motley of modified pro-
fusions, and compromised principles,
of altered opinions and retracted
Mr. Hearst nt this polnnt in his ad-
dress mentioned the names of Sulli-
van, Hopkins, Murphey, McClellan,
Taggart, Ryan. Belmont, Bailey and
Williams, describing them as officers
of the democratic vanguard, and des-
ignating them In uncomplimentary
rtMiltunl school autborlMd luufer Z
'•nrded aa of widespread • tko lilrd^lll'Ti^^^ILttt
!• generally believed kere Ikst Ik* sng<
gesilon railing for tk statement
comes from President Roosevelt.
Chairman Knapp said that lb* law
contemplated Investigation of tk* reaa-
onableness of rales by tk* commission
after tb*y have become effective, but
b* thought the commission might de-
eld* that the Increas* Is effective af-
ter nolle* has been glv*n by a carrier
and before the new rale actually goes
Into effect. Th* commission's state-
ment takes that view of Ita pow*ra.
BURNED AT STAKE
Tenss Nsgro Assaulted Whll* Old and
DALLAS, TEX.: "Tad Smith." a n*-
Guthrie, Ok —la a t*i*gram la timm
Ik* (!Z, ' themselves,
Oov. Haah*|| says: MM*in
. be namvd CkmoorV School te^S*!.1*^^! duM BO< to-
Si ssasr pr"Mw °rj
JOHN SROWNINO WILL MCOVI
Aey Scotts Sound Ov*r „ Chart* gf SfiJ £ 0|,!,,,on w,u
Aaaauit at Marshall. ^ E.l^2!aX£** «" "> «*ured
•ftw Ik* 8pe«ker of "k* HoSTS
Rapreoanlatives and president of Ifc*
bond placed at 9^00.
_ („i^,rary ,0 tU ®*pectatlons, Brown-
«ro boy. m years of nge, charged wound's SSJTff bto
with criminal assault on Miss Viola I entlrel? ^rer SuntT a?TJS!
IJelancey, of cUnton, Hunt county. Hepburn reprosentod the state iC^hc
rim CLukiiu . .
'""Si? 'ncrease them
..r^Lrxr.t.'Ssr « sm sra
was captured by officers and taken be-
fore tho young woman and identified.
A mob of cltlsens overpowered the
officers, took tbo prisoner and pre-
pared to burn tho negro at tho stake.
Fagots were piled up In the public
square at Greenville and the negro
placcd thereon. Kerosene oil waa
poured on and a match applied. Smith
slowly burned to death whll* 1,000
people looked on.
.52°?* *M un,,hle to
bond and he waa taken back
nnd numerous similar^ Natton.! K
SSTJSf, r',ld#r lh#« &S.TL
t>emI public business where doi>«,ltore
u stockholders have rights."
AOCNTi TO PAV OUT 1379,000.
to jail.jKlowaa, Comanches and Apaches to
JUDGE REFUSES INJUNCTION. I at r°rt •",-
—• - I. -5 'Si
SEP* tf" two aouree* la
3 S wST" "■
o-gsyri ssx A110f.
J2 w,lrt f'lday Oov. Has-
for tk* Text-
book Board wh*tk*r on* of ita ■*«•
b*rt la disqnallflad by reason ef b*>
l*g related In a clo** d*gre* to n
«tk a arm of law-
yera who ar* attomoya for book oom-
PMlM bidding before th* board In
8t*1®, ^Ptlon. The letter sub-
n^.. DI ™or# thn th" suppoal-
Uoul case, using tb* nam* of the
bonrd member, t la understood th*
t!£rU'fu Gen?JnU ^ r«p"«* tbnt
npon tk* *vld*nc* submitted tbe
member la not diaquailfled. Tk*
ooard held no s*salon Friday after-
noon, owing to Ulnesa of Imo mem-
•ffar/w °ut fr°w ni,n°i'
Z S 4 . y to cr0M tk* plains
SpSSttol? to*?? Jotaed an ov*rland
Oklahoma, and there k. L
M Indian scout for Omiaral
Cwtnr. H* scouted tor Cnater for
5rsjrs.vu tb# ,,,ur s
WfciLVi '* Horn oowitry.
c*n relate many *xcltln>
of Uf** ,l0,, * ■torebous*
of ■formation upon bloody hottiM
betwoon the white adventurers of tho
TAFT OFFICIALLY NOTIFIED
Republican Nominee for Prcsldsnt Is
Told of Nomination
CINCINNATI: Officlaly notified on
Tuesday of his nomination for the
presidency by the republican party,
William H. Taft, standing on the por-
tico of his brother's home In this city,
the city of his nativity, formally ac-
cepted the honor, pledged anew his al-
legiance to the policies of President
Roosevelt and declared that the chief
function of the next republican admin-
istration will be to clinch what has al-
ready been accomplished by the pres-
ent occupant of the white house. In
i?* * Julsa Prevents th* Un layiT"!^'"°WlnK nmnjr d *
"""" " • ^ "• pu'"o,1"S.'ttWB-ijg
Tulsa. Ok.—Judge I,, m. Poe Ratnr. l!***8 "reived at Fort Sill and Tuesday
day night denied un Injunction to J. 9376000 t^he hf0f,ftdl^,,urHl'rn,,r,t of
P. Quigiey, a tent for a malt liquor 'SIk ?,6.°° Klowa- Coman-
to prevent Sheriff I^wls of Tulsa w«. ,ndll"" - This amount
county from confiscating a car load of or by an n®1 of con-
the bevorage standing on the track mn^Hr^i efforl" of Congress-
and which l^wls Is threatening to I i? J if ri" °r l'awlon-
seise and destroy if uny effort Is thogo ^B^f. ,?ventoen noflhs slneo
un,0ttd It and put It on the fJJSLntd^"J,#hl,,ave rwe'ved a full
markot. I J ^ th,B money comes as a
Quigiey contended the stuff does put th« redskins out
not contain sulclent alcohol toT! * d®f, , 1" ,cred,tors will be on
considered an Intoxicant, but Sheriff 88 ,I,d'«n traders.
Lewis contended It does, and Judge ^i,iWn,enl ,IiW8 do n°t hold
uh® .Ie',,8°d to Interfere with tho emergency payment.
Sheriff In the discharge of his duty
lOhZF'n* ^t°ry Uh, h-
Lehigh, Ok.—At a special election
JS, b?re Saturday the democratic
ticket for city officials was elected
' ?r,th exce|,t'on of Mlnton
republican, for School Board; RfCe
®TATE'8 PROFIT ON LIQUOR.
Department Cleared 93.498.6S From
Sales in July.
Guthrie,Ok.—In an official
ment made to Gov. Haskell Tuesday
Superintendent Ixwler of the state
HS- 1t,hrou«h w"ich the Btate
Pontotoc County Land,
of •ulon" tlc removal
wiS 11 tS1-? .Ju,TS7 hM not " •
In ThJ wholesale sale of lands
i, W?.Un,y <Pontotoc) aa waa
? t,me- Th* Choctaw
•nd Chickasaw freedmen womto
hSStaJ0? thelr Interest* and are
** ,op I,r'ce* too blgh for local
whlle tb* status of the
k.. ? * boom in the real estate
ac^'tL Ju,t now and many
dtan fanner northeast one milo of
Join, fbl,. however. Mr. T.ft poioW JKSSS! «T°"* .w,rt MnVrZ "TT''
out.HI h.t la rewrded u • eonserva. , large In tho oily .boot b"«n «hllo the eSe'ra
*•>,468.68 for the month.
In a supplemental statement tho
tlve note In his address, that there I elected are: ty about slxt^- Officers
yill be a serious and difficult work I Thomas Carroll, Mayor- C K M p
to do. principally to devise ways and r'fon, Police Judge; John' Rogers , , = «mCnl mo
means In which the high level of bus- C'ty C'erk; Oscar Dlckerson. Chief \? receipts of the department since
Iness Integrity and obedience to law tL. : „John H«tchison, City |kw in Apr" are ^bown to
Treasurer; C. E. B. Cutler. City At Ih«. ,2'294"8® ,n excess of the expen-
torney; M. F. Landon, City Street 08 8uPerintendent Ixizler in
Commissioner. forms the Governor that the denarf
ment is on a paying basis.
which he (President Roosevelt) has
Inaugurated may be completed.
NAN PATTERSON ORDERED OUT
Pittsburg Police Force the Former
Chorus Girl to Leave City J „„ Wlu
PITTSBURG. PA.: Fearing that she ' i°lned ^ Chairman Allen of the Ar
Oklahoma Joins in Protest.
nf thl af' ♦ °H,~Jack I'Ove, chairman
Mt f Corporation Commission,
k n^"'8 where be W I be
OKLAHOMA'S 8ALOON PROBLEM.
Storlea * Operation of Joints in Va-
r. /v. ,"" TfWn' Not Confirmed.
Guthrie. Ok—Stories of the oper-
Tbe platform declares for the fol-
Direct nominations by the people;
Initiative and referendum and right
Over-capltallzatlon of Industrial
enterprises Is denounced. The arbi-
trary use of the writ of Injunction in
contempt proceedings is condemned
as a violation of the right of a trial
hy Jury. It Is declared that no In-
junction should Issue until after a
trial upon Its merits, and that auch
n trial should be had before a Jury,
and that no person should be deprived
of liberty In contempt proceedings
without a trial by Jury.
The enactment of a law prohibiting
the black-listing of employes is fav-
ored, as Is the passing of an employ-
•r's liability law.
Manufacture of prison-mad* goods
State and federal Inspection of rail-
roada la advocated. Child labor la de-
nounced and prohibition asked.
Severe and effective legislation
against all forms of corrupt practices
at elections and the prohibition of
the use of money at elections except
for meetings, literature and neces-
sary traveling expenses of candidates
Federal Inspection of grain is urged.
A declaration Is made In favor of
the creation of a department of labor,
the head or which shall be a mem-
ber of the president's cabinet.
Extravagance or the federal admin-
istration is denounced and economy
The creation or Interstate com-
merce court was asked, and a bill
empowering the shippers to compel
th* railroads to provide ample trans-
portation facilities Is advocated.
All combinations for restraint of
trade and establishment of monopoly
Government ownership of all pub-
Be utilities Including railroads and
tolegrapha is urged.
Tko c ration of poatal savings beaks
was to be sent back to New York, Texa^r^mm'il'iii8'011' 5®ayfle,d of the atJon . ' . „—7"~" •-"« oper-
Na. Pattor-ot,. the oho™ .h. ■Sk'SKST"S? S£? £
was tried three times for the murder They will proceed to Washington 'k be conflrmed by the state offlcere
or Caesar Young at New York several to Protest before the Interstate rw. J)ere- A number of Joints, they say
have been raided in Muskogee, none
Young at New York several f 10 Protest before the Interstate Coin-
years ago, and who has been making I Sf/ed® 1£°™nl88l°n against the prt>-
this city her home since that time, I rZf frem BeaZi5Cr0«?0T,n ,frelght
left hor for ' _m seaboard. St Louis and
lert here tor parts unknown, follow-
ing a conference with the police aoth.
In speaking of the matter, Acting
Captain of Detectives Roche said:
"When Nan Patterson was brought
Kansas City territories Into the south-
^od,#t C°ll.0. for Ardmore.
' °k;~1 ,le trustees or Har-
f 'ocated a n?w site for
In before me she thought that she northww* of the"^ ""h add,tion.
was to be sent back to New York, as to th^ir ^ty ,.and. adJacent
she Is only out on probation there. She shortly on a 60000°Meth!i!ii
was very retired and quiet and when lege to replaced one Tu^ed fit
I told her she would have to go she year. a 1481
agreed to do so. The wife or n prom-
inent man called up on the telephone
stating that Nan Patterson had en-
Nail Penetrates Artery.
w T?*--In trying to ad-
tlced her husband and Nan admitted ,U8t a window A. J. Frits fell from a
this, promising to leave the city at 8tePladder and struck his wrist
once." I against a nail in such a manner as
^ artery- Tbe service
Guthrie's city council has called tor .h, If re<iuired to stop
bids for paving eighty-five blocks.
MRS. MEADOWS ACQUITTED
Jury Says v.oman Is Not Guilty ef
Complicity in Murder
right*100*1 Ml" Frit* 18 ^Ported all
,warrJ?®e L,cen«« «< Hollia.
Hollis, Ok.—The first marriage li-
cense issued at Hollis since it was
made a court town by the First Leg
„ID. ^1U> Islature was granted July 27 by the
Meadows, tried for complicity in the „ ' John Ij- Lamkin, to Tom N
murder or her husband. Jame* R. "ay®8, 886 30>. and Miss Janie Tyler!
Mondnvs Plnnoor A1Anf««nA 14 17.
ah®Lder8 4have gone out that nothing
Good Income From Sheep.
°k.-J. H. Oiler, living
RhUn f K. 1,38 8 flOCk 01 150
lamh. IT Wh,Ch he has raised 148
lambs this season. He has refused
94 each tor the lambs, and the wool
from the sheep averaged 92. He fle-
ures his total Incon^ for one yeS
9800 to 8e" hl8 Iamb8. over
Straightening Beaver Creek Channel
Waurika, Ok.-For the purpose of
changing and shortening the channel
of Beaver Creek, three canals will
M««con8tn,cted here at a cost of
V" flUred ln thl" manner to
avoid destructive overflows hencetor-
buntll bnB fbr°ught to this city a small
inrh « . a,fa,fa measuring forty
S^JU.hngth- Th,H '« a twenty^
eight days growth, showing one of
We *on.d7ful things alfalfa Is capa-
slfa t ,1K ,n th'8 country. It la
this th#t the y'eld from
tnn« 18 Dot ,e88 than three
} acr®- This Is the third
cuttlnir for this particular Held and
thr« weather it will make
three more cuttings this season.
0ufhNr Oklahoma Charters.
L ,v0k-~The following char-
ters have been Issued:
Euchee OH Company of Muskogee
E M Mnrrn ,5;°^ Incorporatore:
Mttn^o.. ^ ^u°f bartlesville, T. J.
Mitchell and Thomas Leahy of Mus-
Preston-Galligan oil Company of
Okmulgee, capital stock 910.000. In-
School Teacher* Scare*.
TaWequah, Ok-Practically every
■cbo°I for lh« train-
ing and th* examination of teachers
for certificates to the forty counties
m Oklnliomn, that waa for-
r„!T7.i. n .Terr tory, has closed
and the rasulU show a startling
shortng* of teachers in practlcallv
U *' 'mP0"^1* at
this time to get exact figures on
the number of teachers that will be
needed, but the best estimate that
can be secured comes from the Gov-
ernment school authorities and is
placed at 1-200.
El Reno Tax Value.
El Reno. Ok.—Assessors' returns
from this county show a total val-
uation of personal and real estate
at nearly 921,000.000. Of this amount
the city of El Reno shows a valuation
Of 94.492.904, exclusive or corporation
assessments, which will bring the
«taL va'uatien of the ctly close to
97.000,000. The total increase over
iuye^'' assessment is 91,986,964
In .tbe city, and the reports from the
county show an increase in propor-
Preacher Becomes Teacher.
Faxom. Ok.-Rev. R. a. Pushing,
tor four years pastor or the Baptist
Church or this place, has been elec-
ted and accepted the presidency ot
the Baptist Academy at Hastings,
Ok., and will shortly assume his
Stoned Wm FT*''- o: I ^y^^f^t^ceive^^l^^on^/e
Drillm- rat r™ NeTraan- education at Cumberland University
capita "tock 925 ono*11^ 0che'ata. and has served tor several *
FYed q a!!, ? I' b ^corporators, an educator.
u ^ Piau1, A" R H Hard, O. D
Hare and E. A. Hanna.
Fees of County Doctors.
Guthrie, Ok.—Judge Splllman of the
Clerolua Count, AhatrM Oc SS? °*°° °">r° <"'d'°a^J,
pany or Norman, capital stock 910,
000. Incorporators, M. F. McFarland
Charles Lauer and Roy C. Smith.
New Sect at Kingfisher.
Kingfisher, Ok.—Paul Sykes, living
.* .«• - b«. promise to
near this city, has organized the
Straight Gate ~
r>~mn. u " —— ouimrmieiiaent i pastor. All 11
Meadows, Pioneer telephone lineman,
on June 4, 1907, was declared Innocent
by a Jury In the district court.
The question or "reasonable doubt"
swayed the Jury, and brought freedom
- , ®oeto^°'e« Sulphur.
at B o'clnrt B" DavenPort died
tLi * .. Sunday morning from
. — ehart failure. Mr. Davenport was a
to the woman who has spent more native of Chattanooga, Tenn and hi«
than a year In the county Jail. remains will be shipped there for ■
Rudolph Tegeler, whom witnesses burial- He came to this place three .Sp,I,n,an holds that under the electl^.
testified was a paramour of Mrs. and Identified himself with !vW 'J wou,d have been possible for
_ Not Advisable.
Guthrie, Ok.—In an opinion to W
H. Bluer of Chandler, who Inquired
as to whether It would be legal for
a member of the county election
S^mttf° h® a cand'date for precinct
committeeman, Assistant Attornev
General Splllman holds that sue™ a
thing would be decidedly inadvisable
even If the law would allow it
One From Each Party.
tiii lo ™ *.**!* I Bokchito, Ok.—At J oolook T«e
Will secure teachers anyway as ^he J?0™?8 th® three-room cottage
standard is very high in this stafe ^ ^ °^b,ed bT W. H. Mc-
Permanent certificates will not h« 2? T' "mber contractor, situated
made permanent here. aa Tei dnS H?mUtoa Bnekett
not honor Oklahomi's centficatTs ^ ' WM bUrned" Coot«>ts of front
This ruling will be of great heto to waa .m"tly contents
the state ln securing able teach*!? 2r n mnd dln,ng room all lost,
tor the newly organ?,ed^I ESa'g St '75°' was
Bones of Mastodon.
Hinton, Ok.—Bones, believed to be
those of a mastodon, were unearthed
by R. E. Jefferles while digging In a
sand bank here. Experts on osteol-
three die in frisco wreck.
Passenger Train No. 9 Derailed Near
Fort Smith, Ark.
Meadows, la tervlof a lite aente.ee to .^1^erB He"aeco"^" el™«<>n bearii to*hav5 2T
tho LaaslDK penlte.tlarr ,.r "
Captain James Trainer, of the Unit-
ed States army engineering corps, or
Little Rock Arrived at Muskogee with
a crew of eight men and with them
count^ election board" from "three dlf.
PfrtJe«. but they were not re
. Jf* Ok-CtoltotottV^Mfraod
^ to«"uros r-t:.""- -£
were killed and three others more i —-—■ —
or less seriously Injured between the Z** have agreed that they are the
stations of Goodland and Hugo near 68 of a ®Pe«les of a giant masto-
here, 8unday afternoon when Frtnen don that roamed the plains centuries
Pa8flngear ,traln No- 6- *>e In Fort ag^ Jbe ribs are four toche thick
railed, o'clock tonight, was de- ' 8 otber 1,0063 are in proDor-
EdTcJkad<: M,ke H,ekey- engineer;
V pre88 me88enger, and a
The injured: Postal Clerk
Miller, Fireman Jackson and a news
S.™™ u,e wh0" " • "
Wants Sheriffs Offlca.
will begin the work of pulling snags being favorable to the Are the
In tbe Arkansas river. Oklahoma has «oon spread to the main bullHu? Guthr1®- Ok.—Gov. Haskell has to-
at leant ecored In Its long fight to] w"h entire lees'of tbe brick buiidtas Tt.* "•""tlnn on Governor Folk
"• - or Missouri for the return *- — ■
make the Arkansna river navigable, and entire stock valued at 9ish* 2* Mlnoari
Thla will be the first work done on the ' adjoining real estate and iKX «OIn* °< D
to Ok la-
channel of the river slneo the dvtl I ***"'■ P™0*" *lned
| ^e district court for the possession
of the office of sheriff. The office Is
now held by Henry c. King, Demo-
craL Stein alleges Imbularitlea and
misconduct on the part 0f the n—^
ciatlc judges and clerks of tke eleo
tfcm In tweoty-flow out of the twenty.
* "*** ****** Ik the county.
Election Must Be Held Again.
Oklahoma City. Ok—The county
seat election In Custer county re-
sulted ln the vote being divided be-
tween tour cities—Arapahoe. Butler
Custer City and Clinton. The first
named received the largest vote, but
not a majority, as the law requires.
Consequently the election must be
Eighth Annual Picnic.
Lawton, Ok.—Several thousand per-
•ons, equally divided between red
,k*H £fd their white brethren us
entertntoera and spectators, nrw as-
sembled at Plcodys Grove, ner-
eher. to celebrate tho eighth
Picnic, an trtben of
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