The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 183, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 24, 1907 Page: 1 of 4
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ANADARKO CADDO COUNTY OKLAHOMA AV6VST 24. 1907.
MArirr nrMArDATC Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Uore nndOwen will not appear on theticketj nflN'T EftDftCT THIC
NOflCb i)LMUlKAlJ::JAvotefor Messrs Johnson Taylor.C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isa vote lor democratic U. S.senators. j UUll 1 rUKUCl lillj
Rev. Dinwiddle Sends Hot
Epistlo to Capital No
Campaign Fund Given
Oklahoma City Okla.Aug.23
Phd following was sent to the
luthrio Capital today:
Report Executive Officos Joint
Jampaign Committee for State-
tfido Prohibition E. C. Dinwid-
tie chairman. Oklahoma City
)kla. Aug. 22. Editor The
Uato Capital Guthrie Okhi.
Dear Sir: My attontion has
leen oallod to an article in the
Capital of yesterday and another
no in the Capital of thia date
eiterating the former to the
iffoot that as chairman of the
irohibition campaign committee
ha J turned over S2P000.praoti-
mlly all of the funds of the pro-
libition campaign committee to
he Democratic stato committee
n furtherance of the interests of
-Ion. C. N. Haskell Democratic
mndidate for eovornor the con-
)S Irinn limine that Mr. Haskell
ould come out openly and es-
pouse the cause of state-wide
hlbition. Thia statement is
lutely false from start to
jh. There ip noc a sointilla
truth in it. I cannot under-
and why so much furor is
eated bv the statement of Mr.
askell at Norman lust Saturday
hen it is a mere repetition of
mer statements concerning
' position on the question of
ite-wide prohibition during the
st ton months. I request you
give this statement of mine as
ominenoo in your paper as the
dse statement to whioh it refors
as given and snail be'glad also
receive from you information
to the Bourco frdm which these
itementa appearing in your
por emanated. Very truly
urs Edwin C. Dinwiddie
W. C. Stephens died this
ornincr at his home on east
clahoma Avenue after an ill
is c.f seven weeks of quiok
Mr. Stevens has been propri-
or of the Elkhorn Wagon Yard
r tho past two years. He leaves
yoral brothers in Georgia and
1 wife and three ohildren to
mourn his loss.
The funeral services will bo
oonduoted at the Baptist churoh
at 3 o'olook this afternoon by
Rov. Skaggs and the remains
laid to rest in the city oemetory
south of the city.
The Demoorat extends sym
pathy to the bereaved family and
iEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Property Bought and Sold
Chaa. Shuman to J. H. Latham
lots 23 and 24 blk 17 Carnegie
H. B. Hastings to Lillie Baker
'-ta 1 and 2 and east X n. w. 7
13 oon. $500.
Mabel Turner to T W. Turner
. 24 blk 28 Hinton ooni "S225.
Wm. Redmond to T. P. Red-
md a. w 9-10-9 oon. 82000
9. W. Mills to Jno. K. Cham-
rs n. w. 11-6-13. S35D0
U. 8ftoWm. Redmond s w.
fl01: to A. G. HiBMrm
i24AnadarkHA --& .. .ji ThopB Qelk.6 pBrk tQC6thoi
11 n. f .Trrw M0aor..ot. ifljBbJ pouttds Yisitjngjhia pro
'c 8 Anadrko. .vi'.;t(f r"...'
and Union Labor
his an unpleaeurit duty but
the Tribune feels tuut organized
labor throughout Okluhoma
should know something of the
attitude of tho Republican can-
didate for Governor Frank
Frantz toward Union Labor
while no was United Stated In-
dian Agent at thin place.
In the spriny: of 1005 workmen
employed in the building trudea
here teamoster laboreia and
other persons interested to tho
number of about 100 met and
organized a Labor Union. The
editor of this paper was ono of
the bunch. A charter was se-
cured from he American Fed-
eration of Labor. Samuel Pal-
mer was eleoted president and
S. B. MoCready waa eleoted seo-
rotary. The local grow in num-
bers and embraced with but few
exceptions the entire laboring
element of the town.
Mr. Frantz was then Indian
Agent at this place and had as-
signed a lot to a very near friend
possibly a relative who forth-
with employed a non-union scab
stone mason to lay a foundation
for a residence. When ho ap-
posed for work the teamesters
refused to haul moro atone and
tho quarrymon refused to furn-
ish more itotio.
The friend laid the matter before
Frantz and immediately U. S.
Marshals gathered in the officers
and prominent members of the
Union and took them to the Ag-
cent's offioo. By regular bull
dozing methods and threats of
deporting the whole member-
ship of the Union from the Res-
ervation Frantz tried to induco
them to furnish the soab stone
masocs with material to work
Finding that throat3 availed
him but little Frantz began a
aeriea of petty persecutions' of
tho Union on a line with the Cit-
izens Allianoe taction. An old
long forgotten ruling of the De-
partment was reaurreated and
thereafter quarry men were com-
pelled to pay for every cord of
atono though its uae onhunoed
the value of every acre of land
on tho reservation. He denied
them the use of the Counoil Hall
to meet in though previous and
subsequent to this time its U9e
was denied to no one and it was
froely used for dances political
speeches preaohing secret so-
cieties Sunday Schools etc
The whole attitude of Mr.
Frantz toward tne Union was
that of a tyrant and tho Twin
Territory Federation of Labor
owes to the membership of the
State an investigation of
record of Mr. Frantz so that
intelligent vote may be oast
The Pawhuska Federation has
disbanded. Mr. Palmer ia now
president of the Pawhuska Team
stera Union. Mr. MoCready
moved to Muskogee where he
held the position of engineer for
the Midland Valley but we un
derstand he i6 now with the Santa
Fe. Pawhuska Tribune
A Business Change.
C. C. MoKnight of the real
eBtate firm Wood & MoKnight
has sold his interest of tho bus
iness to F. N. Wood tho senior
member of the firm. Mr. Mo-
Knight has not yot decided what
business be will enter but we
hope he will remain in the city.
Mr. Wood will have entire oharge
of the businoss now and will
continue to have his offices In
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"THIS STATE'S FIRST GOVERNOR
Hid TrnnnnQ I1M I Children's Picnic j Ross Hume Benedict
iu iLnnuno m
Farmers Stand in Rain to Await
the Coming of Haskell
Claremore. I. T. Aug. 22.
Nearly 1000 people mostly
farmers who had gathered here
ton'ght to hear C. N. Haskell's
address on the constitution
braved the heavy rain and await-
ed until tho belated train bearing
the deraooratio ohampion arrived
at 10 o'olook.
In a brief spoeoh Mr. Haskell
took the national administration
severely to task for mixing in
Ottlahoma politics. The first to
come under fire was Secretary
Garfield. Mr. Haskell comment-
ed upon his trip in Indian Terri
tory in company with Governor
Frantz and in a special car furn-
ished them by tho Frisco and
Katy railroads. Ho then took up
the secretary's stand wherein he
declared himself opposed to the
initiative and referendum in the
new constitution and that Okla-
homa should have followed the
precedent of a hundred years in-
stead of inserting something en
tirely new. Mr. Haskell said
that he had understood that Gar-
field had oomo to investigate In
dian affairs and inquired what
relation if any this had to Gar
field and the interior department.
Next be criticised Governor
Frantz for the low assessment of
the Santa Fe railroad last year
and implied that it waB fixed by
Henry A&p ot uuinrie tne cor-
poration's attorney and that fol-
lowing this oourtesy the Santa
Fe people reoiprooated by furn-
ishing tho governor a private car
in whioh he took u trip to the
mountains of Colorado.
. Frequent applause greeted Mr.
Haskell's remarks and the gen
eral impression is that he won a
grdat mJ'fry voteaiherJair 00
it ba- s't- ; r3i...'m.
Df'.To'rtt'w dame in. 'this mom
i.b'Vfh inu irui.i frvuntfcasiu&v
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Yesterday afternoon the Min-
nie Cunningham Mission Band
a ohildren organization had a
picnic in tho pari:. Ye Editor
was present as a guest of Miss
Paulino Teis. Tho children had
a groat game of jumping the
rapeand then took supper. Mr.
Teis Misses Lowdermilk and
Candlor Rev. TeisMr.BallingQrf
Dr. Candler and Ye Editor were
tho grown ups.
The Children hud with them eata-
bles and appetites a plenty and
after combining the two a trem
endous write -up for the Demo-
crat was prepared each youngs-
tor writing a sentence. Thia
journalistic jewel has unfortuna-
tely been lost but ran somewhat
as follows the editor furnishing
SLAUGHTER AT THE PARK
TON OP EATABLES LAID LOW
The Minnio Cunningham Mis-
sion Band had a picnic.
The ohildren jumped the rope.
Mr. Horndon ate too much.
Dr. Candler struck the ground
like an earthquake.
Flora would not jump the rope
Mary is to found of pickles
and so on. Tha style is some
what jerky not to eay fragmon-.
tary but it goes to show that
Anadarko will not laok for news-
paper writers in the next genera-
tion. Last of all a letter from Mrs.
Cunningham written from West
Afrioa was read to the childron
and the pionio adjourned sine
die. The names of the ohildren
would be given but tho Dem
ocrat has not a list.
Ice Cream Social.
Tho West Side Sunday school
three miles west of Anadarko ia
giving an ioe oream pooial Wed-
nesday evening the 28th to raise
money for the purchase of an
organ for the Sunday sohool
The people of Anadarko ar oor-
dially invited. A program will
. Mri. WV A foott with iher
little grandson Ransom Hanoook
wfenfc ;to"Hubarr una . morning
iftrhorfcsho will viaithordj ujt. tr.
On Tuesday August 20 at high
noon occurred the marriage of C
Ross Hume and MiBS Vorno
Gossard at Golconda. Illinois
The wedding took plaoe at the
homo of the brido and the beauti-
ful ring ceremony whioh unitod
tho two young 'ives was perform
od by the brides father Rsv.
Thomas M. Gosaard paator of
the Presbyterian churoh of
Golconda. The bride was attired
in a gray traveling euir and
ahortly after the oeremony Mr.
and Mrs. Hume took the train for
their future homo in Anadarko
stopping at St. Louis for a few
day? Tho manyserviceable and
beautiful presents received by
tho newly-wedded pair attested
the pipulanty and esteem in
whioh they are held.
Th-j bride id a lovely young
worn in of noble Christian char-
acter and rare winsomeness of
mamer who has throe yearB
paat has beon anefficjent teacher
tt tho Preaby;erlan Mission east
of the city. Tho groom is a
prominent young attorney a man
of education and merit who has
shown himself worthy of positions
of responsibility ind trust.
The Democrat voices thb senti-
ment of many friends when it
wishes all happiness and pros-
perity to this young couple who
have begun life together thus
auspiciously . Mr. and Mrs. Hume
will be glad to receive their
friendd at the homo of the
groom 'h parents Dr. and Mrs.
C. R Hume.'
Mrs. L.W.Rothwell of Chicka-
aha has assumed management
of tho Bryan Hotel and will have
ful control beginning yesterday.
She is an experienced hotel lady
having been proprietress of the
Midway Hotel at Chiokasha for
the paet four yeara and waa
very successful. Mr. H.Strauss
formorly manager here will leave
in a few days for Oklahoma City
but has not deoided whether he
will go into the hotel business or
not We. wl3h Mra Rohwell
much BUQQ0B3 with" her business
here and feel insure "that the
patrons. will be accomodated as
-.Jl.ua h.ofletoforeor even' better."
Publishes Letters Givin tr
Direct to Opponents
Enid Aug 23 -Charles Wost
today made publio his answer to
tho attack on him by Governor
Frantz and Attorney General
Cromwoll through a Guthrio pa-
per in whioh it was ohargod that
Mr. Wost had askod an outrag-
eous feo for tho work ho did
whilo assisting Mr. Cromwell in
proseouting tho oa9oa against the
railroads or rather whilo proBo-
cutlon those casoa in the namo
of tho territory with tho oonaent
of tho attornev cronoral.
Mr. West's answer gives the
lie diroot to tho statomontB mado
in tho artiolo rofbrrod to. and in
support of this position ho has
mado publio tho currospondonoo
that pnssed botwoon Mm and Mr.
Cromwell prior to the timo when
he was dismissed from the Bor-
vioo of the territory.
It will be remombored that it
was freoly stated at tho timo of
his dismissal that the real reason
therefor was that tho govornor
and attorney genoral had a se-
vere attack of "oold foot" and
were inBinoere in their desire to
havo the big corporations brought
to timo. Mr. Weat'Bj correspon-
dence with Mr. Cromwoll shovs
that Wost was in full oharge of
of tho suits rither than assist-
ing that the attorney general
did not oven know what tho ac-
tions were based on and makes
it appear that it was tho blun-
dering methods of tho latter to-
gether with his overweening de-
sire to reap all tho glory for the
work wliioh Mr. West was doinfc
that cauBod the latter to break
with him and invite dismissal.
U. S. Court
Robort W. Dunlap was before
Judge Robinson yesterday for
bootlegging. He waived prelim-
inary examination and was held
in bond of S100 for his appear-
ance before the next term of the
In the oaso of the United 8tates
against J. A. Johnson charged
with buot.egging. He plead
guilty and was held to answer
the charge next grand jury. Hia
bond waa fixed at S400.
John A. Buiah waa tried be-
fore Justioe Hamilton yesterday
charged with felonious assault
upon S. J. Kennibrew. He waa
bound over to await the aotion
of the grand jury. His bond
was fixed at S300.
For that hungry feeling come
to the Robinson Cafe for Relief
Salmon and Sardines
Regular Dinner a spooialty.
Clvde Robinson Prop.
S. V. Fait returned last night
from a business trip to Lawton.
L. Nathan loaves tomorrow for
tho eastern markets to purohaao
hia fall and winter goods. &ir.
Nathan ia matting all prepara-
tions so that hifl stock for the
coming year will come up to' its
usual high Btandard.
' Weather forecast..
Washington Aug. 23 Okla
hb'ma and fridiah Territory. - '. "
Saturday Showers possibly.
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Herndon, H. R. The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 183, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 24, 1907, newspaper, August 24, 1907; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81572/m1/1/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.