The Sayre Headlight, Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 2 Thursday, August 28, 1913 Page: 6 of 10
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I he SAY KE HEADLIGHT stable. The revelation of cor
” ruption, graft and crookedness
SAYRE, OKLA., HE A D L I 0 H T
H. A. RUSSELL
U. S. Commissioner ' v\ l.KklA -
SEELY & SEELY, Publisher!
Cha«. J. Seely, Editor
Applications for Final Proof
made free of charge.
j Entered October', limy, at the I’oat-oINrc
i\t Sayre, OKIa,, iih second elms ninll
uttar, mider Ae! ol Congress of
brought out during the regular
Card of Thank i.
We take this method of ex-
tending our thanks to our many
an,I flpflci.1 ,V lexis-
i" **•"•*** .......
J C. HENDRIX
0. W. TRACY
HENDRIX & TRACY
I’nlillstinl every Thursday morning. Copy for
sdWrUimmti should reach thin uMlm Tuveriny
evuntOyAo jnaiire publication.
state in the union than Oklahoma
would mean the complete eradi-
cation from public life of every iV1K, anu WRa ,,
vestige of the party responsible Mr! and Mrs.’ J. H 0i ivek
for the men in power and the Mr. and Mils. S. P. Oliver
husband and father,
Mrs. W. R. Oliver
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Oliver
First National Bank Bldg SAYRE 1 " ‘ ^‘LED SHORTAGE
M _~7 ~~ As:,majority of our readers
MADDEN« SAILOR already know, tho books of the
LAWYERS county were recently audited by
a couple of expert accountants
Room 3 V\ hitehurst Building from the office of the state ex-
Sayre, Oklahoma aminer, they reporting a num-
her of "shortages"
in the ac-
conditions which resulted there-
"The World would like to see
a movement started, if there is
enough courageous leadership
left in the state outside the regu-
lar party organizations, as they
now exist, to control and conduct
the fight, to start a campaign for
an independent ticket made up
without regard to party affilia-
tions. How can such a move-
ment be organized?
"Ihe progressives, republi-
cans, socialists and decent-
Mk. and Mrs. It, C. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sosebee
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lewellen
Mr. and Mrs. L. P.Jones
wr u; hi me ac-
W. W. ncDONALD j counts of former county officers.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON It will be recalled that in this
Office over Owl Drug Store ' report they stated that at least va,.0, ^iai,ai0 „uu uecent-
’Phone No. 135 a part of the so-called shortage government democrats ofOkla-
sayrk - - - OKLA. came from a misinterpretation
»»!!«after»p. in. SI extra. 0f the laws.
SPEED & WINDLE j ,°,n behualf ot Miss Ramsey>
clerk of the county court during
j a portion of his term as county
i judge, J. C. Hendrix has filed
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office: Palace L)rug Store,
Calls after 9:00 P. M. $1.00 extra judge, J. C. Hendrix has filed
savre - . Oklaliom with the county clerk, for the
---------county commissioners, an ex-
I H YOIIKFR planationof the "shortage” re-
1 ported against Miss Ramsey,and
AUCTIONEER, | from this explanation it becomes
evident that they had Miss Ram-
Farm and Live Stock Sales a Specialty ev'd.ent that lhey had AIiss Ram'
sey in mind when they kpoke of
bayre, Oklahoma. a misinterpretation of the laws.
1? C* r*/^r>XTT'T rT! The who,e maUer comes from
L. r. LOKNELS the passage of a law giving the
D . . .. x sheriff certain fees in civil cases.
Bonded Abstracter j Bob Frances was sheriff while
and Attorney at Law Miss Ramsey was clerk of the
I county court, she collecting fees
homa are confronted with a su
preme test of their sanity and
patriotism Party loyalty must
not be permitted to throttle
patriotic impulses and leave Ok-
lahoma in chains of slavery to a
tax-wringing political machine.
Differences that are national in
character have no just claim for
consideration. Upon the issues
of saving Oklahoma we are a
unit. All other questions be-
come unimportant for the mom
ent and can await solution.
Every Clerk in
Nolice to Parents.
All pupils enrolling in tho pri-
mar.v .department who will not
he six years of age until after
the 12th of January, will he
charged a dollar a month tuition.
Those having children who will
be six before January 12th,
please enroll them at the beKinn!
ing of the term or wait untii un-
til next term.
By order of the Roard.
J. A. Mabeiiry, clerk.
Is just as anxious to please you
No trouble to show goods. We are
here for that purpose.
You will find many thing to please
you. Prices right arid quality of
the best. The
1913 Model, Motor Cycles aqd
Motor Boats at bargain prices,
all makes, brand new machines,
on easy monthly payment plan!
Get our proposition before buy-
ing or you will regret it; also
bargains in used Motor Cycles.
Write us today. Enclose stamp
for reply. Address Lock Box
11, Trenton. Mich. 7211 Dad
Settlement of Estates, Quieting! She coiIectln«‘ f«
' * which under the advice and di-
d Perfecting Titles, Fore-, rectjon 0l' judge Hendrix she
closures, Real Pryperty, Law, (paid direct to Mr. Francis. The
etc., a specialty. examiners claim that this money
Phone 143 silould have been Paid int0 the
Tlmrmnnd rm cavdc nv, » I county tr«tfury, instead of di-
Tbnnnopd Bldg. SAYRE, OKU. ,wt Mr. t ra„cii Jn(j ^ js
" marked up by the examiners as
TO > a shortage aginst Miss Ramsey.
Mr. Hendrix states that Mr.
1 • r • j Francis admits the receipt of the
"A decent amount of self-re- _
spect demands that we lay aside Try and persuade that hen
cal condition. To adopt another J.f 8he .lays but two or three
|s drawing to a close, yet no one can
tell who the winner will he.
YouII be good to her, maybe.
And not ask her to play leading parti
In chicken frlcasee.
course is headlong folly.
“If the machine politieans can j
contrive to keep the people apart'
they can smile over the certainty t0J
ot tour years more in which to In winter don’t you think a hen
October 15 will be the day. Remem
her and call for your votes with
rifle the tax-payers’ pockets anti Ehou,ld have a h°*ay?
ii ■ - - You’ll soon begin to hear
steal the good name of the state.
We must get together. The de-
tails of how to do this are of
secondary interest. The result
is of primary importance.
Her cackle loud and clear.
.*?id the rooster Join the chorui
With a long and lusty cheer.
While there’s nothing doing now,
For this you must allow.
Jhc World proposes that bijSSTJ‘JSjj™
some fair and open method, to You’ll think more of her then, ’
OWL DRUG STORE
j ■ ■ , " aking no claim auu,c «'*■ open metnod. to You’ll think more of her then,
against the county, and no one be adopted after mature discus-' m®n business starts again;
contends that he was not entit- sion, that a large committee £.nd *reet,her a welcome amii.
VIA - “ to it. It is simply a qua. j made up af equal numbers of re-: .
I.onastoits route in reaching publicans, progressives, social-1 -- '
isttrand good-government demo-i Daily Thought.
3 a a o a a a c c n i;
" fIBT MINI * Of SHI
California Short Line
I HU/ FAD17C In his communication to the crate be chosen, that"this“com
LA/W r AKLO fonmissioners Mr. Hendrix cites mittee proceed to select a full
iriur La ahmir n.....
. .....mittee pruceeu io select a lull a»„
.aw to Show that Miss Ramsey state ticket which shall be fairly, Miller!1
Now in Effect VIA ,!‘d exactly right, and that the representative of the four ele-'
examiners are the ones who mis- mpnts wnrkinnr in a.t
van/ i iivuym,
Just go on with your daily tasks, do
Ing tho best you can in your circum-
stances and wait for God's time.—J. R.
"What kind of a man would you like
1 for “ husband?” “Oh, either a bach-
.... ui me iour eie-
exammers art* the ones who mis- ments working in concert-that
“ t™ ~
rour upporrunity guilty of any dishonesty, and candidates for state offices be
is here tfle People of rhe county are in- named "
Idced flurry that the examiner, •To'flucceed this mu»t he a
We invite the business of all those
looking for conservative bank-
v- k: rr>" li
J'ca sony tf)ar fhe examiners ‘To succeed this must bp u An analysis shows
WRITE FOR FARES, BOOKLETS! sh°old report this matter in the movement from rho rank ami m' of the 8treet du3t ln
AND PARTICULARS fa**
Rubber Dust In New York.
An analysis shows that 12 per cent
of the street dust ln New York city
THEN GO pS
1 nut UU -,tm to thetr report. ambitio„s m08t 1)c dtoeBa, J
v . ISa Rarnse-V 8 many friends and the strongest men possible
JOE BRICtFIfiri 1 . c ; "B«kh*,»®«»tyliope to see,selected.”
JUfc BRICKELL, Local Agent, Sayre , the county commissiners care- ___—....__
FAY THOMPSON, Di». Pass Agent fui,y invest^ate the matter, be- Tbp „ u - , ,.
OkUhkfl, City offia lining that they will then do! J 5 „ wh;rStMhn
=_ ’I'«thetr power to right this ?!,'S* « Hakrr>: I f
wrong. ^at 1 8 rou^h stuff I m get
Submarine Boat Not New.
The first submarine boat was In-
vented and successfully tried ln the
ting.” That is what Sanford
White got and what everybody
else has got who had anything
to do with the Thaw case.
Fhe story cames from Mexico
IN DEPEN DENT STATE
The Tulsa World of Sunday
Guaranteed to kill all Lice. Mites last contains a two column edi-
and other insects. One applica- torial in which the political con- -------'J 1,u“‘ "icAiey
ofTs!02trv'Let Tn^ al1 'litions in Oklahoma are review- that every battIe is a federal
or more eggs will keep "poultry fd' after whlch the World fol- W lu?n i tls understood
and house free of them. Price ows Wltb a subree3tion that the ,at he fecleraIs are ln charge
of Eggs 10c each, 3 for 25c, 6 People of Oklahoma get together, of .the te,e^ra»h 8ystcm the
for 50c or $1.00perdoz. Lotion, ’ without regard to nast Political wb*cbne8s the what will be
8«^Lufact„red!“- <» th^n^~ i
and sold exclusively by J. g LUrea better state government
Bynum, Sayre, Oklahoma, under a though an independent move
strict guarantee to do the work j ment. The World says-
Itorein *£? fither, dra*1 "0bilh«"‘a !>« the most pecu-
------; :*" -. union. Normally it is probably
Get your democratic by a small majority,
ROOF P A IMT but With the split in the republi-
r/llil 1 can party and the constantly in-
from creasing growth of the socialists,
the democrats practically have
things their own way without
much contest. With this condi-
i tion the democratic party organ-
l.rtn 1 ________
Not That Part of It.
You say I was a dead baatr*
"Nope. I never said you were dead.”
Would you be shunned? Then tell
people things for their own good.
Causes Much Disease
Advic* about Stomach Troubles
end how to relieve them.
Don’t ncgloct IndiVsti™, for ft
may lead to all Borte of ilia umi com-
plications. An_ eminent ptyjician’
Ul I I Uftji a 3 *Ci 1' l'"J“ l"c party organ-
Best on the market. Guaranteed!If*1100 l,as l>ecorne corruPt to 3
FIVE YEARS. ' ?e*ree Ulat the decent element
Also Roof Cement for patching in the p*rtv are-openly rebelling,
tin or gravel roofs. Will last a Ibufthev ;,rp not at™™ ________i!
From present indications there |
will be no dearth of gubernator-!
ial condidates next year. But j
it paifis us to observe that no-
boby has yet proposed the name
of ‘ Cuckleburr’ Bill Murray.
JAMI.BUUUC, rniiDPUL pUySlPlAQ
once Baid that ninety-five per cent of
nil ill* have their origin in a di*.
Our experience with Rcxull Dy»-
pepsia Tablet* leads us to believe
them to booneof the tnrwt dependable
remedies known for indigestion and
ehrouio dyspepsia. Their ingredi-
ent* are aoothiug to the itUlamed
membrane* of the etomsch. Rich
in Tcpsin and Bumuth, two of the
vrrintiia^ rllnneli,,* ..’J. ____ . .
greatest digestive aids known to
medicine, the relief they efford is
The adoption by the house
democratic caucus of the admini-
stration’s banking and currency
bill demonstrates that the caucus
is more powerful than convic-
fucunuiu, w.o nun inpy anora n
very prompt. Uicd persistently and
regularly for a short time, they tend
to relieve pains caused by itomach
Rexall Drupepsia Tablet* help
Insure healthy appetite, aid diges-
tion, and promote nutrition. As
evidence of our frith in them, we ask
you to try them at our risk. If they
do not give entire satisfaction, we
will return tho money you paid us
without queation or formality. Three
liscs, 25 cent*, 60 cent* and 11.00,
You can buy Rexall Dyspepm’a Tablet!
la this community only at our store:
Campbell Russell’s victory in
the fight on the board of agricul-
ture seems to have made a per-
fect fool out of him.
THE OWL DRUG STORE
8. P J loiters, Proprietor
8«yr* Tht JJsjstJ Stert Oklahoma
T&ert ff t Ttaufl Store io nearly every to**
ftod oily iu um Unitod fiutrfl, Cwjtd§ ttui
Cr«t4 BriUin- There U a (iiiTeranl Kex^U
Ilfimedf for retrfy ordinery humto III—
•ech ecpfriatly dfor lU perticoUi III
for which II it reoomioeod*!.
, we (* ,l l°n8 ago. Ever aince enlarg-
mg our office my partner and 1 have been wrangling
over who should have the telephone on his desk.
"It’s easy now; we each have one. No jumping
up or running around when, the bell rings or there’s a'
call to make. I’ll bet I save a dollar’, worth of time
and temper every day.”
A residence extension costs 50c a month,
business extension $1. Call the business office!
and Telegraph Company
T. W. POARCH,
Tke k***u Mora* era Amwlea'a CneUel
Not a transient. Here to sell you coal summer time'
or winter time.
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Seely, Charles J. The Sayre Headlight, Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 2 Thursday, August 28, 1913, newspaper, August 28, 1913; Sayre, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405892/m1/6/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.