The Okarche Times. (Okarche, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, October 21, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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OKARCHE, CANADIAN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 21, 1910
MORGAN m RJL-
• TON IN DEBATE
MORGAN PUTS HIS OPPONENT
Showed From Records "That Fulton
Drew Salary to Which He Was
Anadarko, Okla., Oct. 20.—What
is generally believed as one of the
biggest sensations of the Morgan-
Fulton campaign for Congress in
the Second Congressional district
was sprung in a joint debate here
last Saturday night when Repre-
sentative Dick T. Morgan, incum-
bent, sprung letters and -official
documents on h>s democratic op-
ponent tending to show that Mr.
Fulton while a member of the Six-
tieth Congress took $5,255.14 to
which he was not entitled and that
he either connived or approved of
the legislation because he accepted
The charge came as a great sur-
prise and caused a profound sen-
sation. Nearly one thousand peo-
ple were gathered in the Opera
House to hear the joint discussion
between the rival candidates when
Mr. Morgan turned loose his sur-‘
prise paokag--. Mr. Morgan pro-
duced letters from the Treasury
Department at Washington and the
Congressional Record in support of
his contention and made the furth-
er charge that the questionable
1000 and the House passed the bill j
jMaieii if, 1909 and when the Speak-j
er asked whether there there was j
any objection to the passage of the ,
bill Mr. Fulton auquiested by his]
silence. The measure was signed
by the President March 4, 1909;
the last day of that Congress.
Mr. Fulton replying to the
charge admitting drawing the mon-
ey but gave as to his reason the
fact that he was sworn in with the
rest of the congressmen in Decem-
ber 1907. Mr. Morgan denounced
the answer as unsatisfactory and
demanded to know why special leg-
islation was necessary for him to
get the money and why the money
was not paid Mr. Fulton at the
very beginning instead on the last
day he was a member of Congress.
J f&HTK-XmtT3 MOEM HHBS3
Bim.i mamm Tnm
I am prepared to test and fit you prop-
erly and guarantee perfect satisfaction or
refund your money. If your eyes are both-
ering you or the glasses you use do not suit
you, come in and have your eyes tested
The Corner Drug Store
f Phone 1 . GEO. K. HlCOY
Why Don’t McMechan, Democratic
Candidate for Senator, Answer?
To Thos. McMechan, Democratic
Nominee for Statd Senator, from
Canadian and Oklahoma Coun-
I have heretobefore, by. private
letter, and then by public' request,
published all over thesb two coun-
ties, requested you to join with
me in a public discussion of vari-1
ous matters pertinent to the office
of a State Senator, and which es-1
pecially relate to election frauds.
To all of these you have been silent.
I now again ask you to make ar-
rangements with me for jtuch dis-!
The First Bank
cussions, and to particularly ex-
transae , v . s made j.<-s-i>b• by plain how it chim- that, in the lati
the enactment of special legislation ; Democratic primaries, the, election | jl
during the dosing hours of the ! officer in the rotton precincts in!!»
Sixtieth Congress long after Mr. j Oklahoma City selected you outasjjl
Fulton had been defeated for
election and at a time when legis-
lative “jokers’ and shady legisla-
tion are slippeu into bills without
attracting much attention.
Mr. Morgan showed that his op-
ponent becarat a member of con-
gress with the admission of Okla-
homa into.jth ■ Union November l(i,
1907 and tha his term expired
March 4, 1909 which brought to a
one of*their favorites,' and gave to if
vou, by fraud in the returns, over ( 8
400 fraudulent votes for nomina-
tion over your Democratic oppo-
nent, Mr. W. D. Cardwell, and to
further explain what legislation
you will propose to . prevent and
punish such frauds in the.future.
I’erhaps you may be able to show
j how you would be particularly fit-
; ted to give to the legislature valu-
Lav/ Building Sought
The students of the Law Sc
of the University of Oklahoma at a
reception lust Friday night given
by the second year men in honor of
the freshmen, inaugurated a cam-
paign'for a new law building which
is to be actively waged until the
■> L. Ci. WOLFF, M. D.
> PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
< Office in tiif. Rvildino.Form-
> EUI.Y OCITPIKD 11Y PoxmFKlCK
5 OFFICE PHONE 64 RESIDENCE PHONE
WATCHES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
Eor Getting Subscribers For the
Kansas City Weekly Journal.
OFFER TO BOYS AND GIRLS.
Any hoy or girl who secures ten
close the life of the Sixtieth
gress. In other words that
Fulton had only served in
gress fifteen and
before his t -rn.
the eon •'
Con-1 able information and advice on the
Mr. I matter, of such legislation, when
<pi oil hut that
you might possibly (?)
matter before the state
action. Please answer
With Total Resources of More Than a
QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS
Is in a position to take care of all legit-
imate business offered them. If you have
any surplus funds deposit them with u?.
If you want a loan see us for terms..........
FIRST RANK OF OKARCHE
UNDER STATE SUPERVISION
A ROOD BANK IN A GOOD COUNTRY.
VAN BRUNT DRILLS
convening of the legislature this |
The movement is purely a stud-
jent affair and entirely managed by
the students who are acting upon
their own initiative in the matter.
Almost one hundred future lawyers
were present at the reception, and
| after a stirring speech by Congress-
man Scott Ferris in favor of an up-1 new subscribers for'The Kansas
propriation from the legislature, City Weekly Journal at 25 cents
unanimously endorsed a motion for per pear each, making a total of
the appointment of a committee to $2.50, and will send the full amount
to us together with the names and
addresses, we will mail to his or
her address postage prepaid a beau-
tiful solid nickel-silver watch.
Description as follows: Attrac-
tive solid tiickel-siver watch, hand-
somely engraved Landseer design
hack. Movement is American con-
struction, jeweled escapement, da-
maskeened plates. Dials are white
anamel, Arshine figures. This watch
is an up-to-date bassine model with
antique pendent and bow. A nice
size for tin- boy or girl.
I e .a iris here is ><>ur eliance
to secure a beautiful present by do-
ing a little work in getting sub-
I seriptions. I to not lose any time,
j but get out and secure the ten sub-
......... it is tuo late. Re-
member that tin1 subscription price
! to the Weekly Journal is only 25
-• lit * Y-ill t 10 sub crib-
I ei's, making $2.50. This offer
' 1: 1 1 --il until lanuary
take the matter in hand and devise
means of bringing to the attention
of the next legislative assembly the
urgent need of a building for the
rapidly growing Law. School. Paul
Walker, Will Randolf, Streeters
Speakman,Lewis Ledbetter and Tom
Mayfield of the second year class
and Tolbert and Cameron of the
freshmen were named as members
of the committee.
(jo-tel-us, the noted Auctioneer,
is not only one of the LIVLIKST
AUCTIONEERS in the West but
conducts and op it the finest
Furniture Hous in lit. St i . Hi
is just making a tour of the entire
county in advertising. No bus-
iness in the county has grown so
rapidly, owing to the fact that they
do an exclusive (^VSH |J YIN I■ SS;
They buy for cash anil sell for cash.
Fnrniturp is shipped to all the
surrounding tow i. in. . in\ i ■■
all parties to .bring in their cat-
alogues of all the mail order houses
and they agree to eat them up on
low prices. When you talk about
RtJGS that's whoo- th \ ,nine
If you need furniture of any de-
scription it will eertai ily pay* you
to call and learn their prices.
Last Saturday then vvi re over a
thousand people from all over the
county attended the sa <*. Auction
every Saturday afternoon on the
What they say they <h they do
do. Don’t forget the and
nat a - and addresses plain-
money by postotfice
i. and addres.-. all com-
l • tIt- Kan.-a
Kansas ('ity, Mo.
take note that names
sentin all in one list and
1. 1911 .
ly, and s
money must be sent with them, or
we cannot send you the watch. Ad-
THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL
KANSAS CITY, MO.
Congregational Church Notices
I here v ill be no morning s< - rvice
at the Congregational church next
Sunday, October 29. Sunday school
at the regular hour as usual.
'i'li -nl.j ' si th- night service
and dr., in . a
retained 1, -r : >>•:•1 r'ntus md
was repri i ted i Cong
Delegate Bird S. McGuire a ;iro-
aiding r.ct p.< v:d;n; for this con-1
tingency. That ■< t say Mr. Me-1
Guire was designated ’by Congress:
to continue as delegate in! I Okla-.
hotita was a In itte 1 into the Union j
which in this case happened to be
; a"d <'i which Mr. '
Fulton ilth not
dre v $.',2.10.1-1.
Di 1 - s -1 mi
9494 Second S ssion
gress according to
shows that the Gem
Appropriation bill which contained
the alleged salary grad passed the
House Fell. 27, 1909 and passed by
a vote of 161 to 99; the democrats
generally voting against the bill,
hut not so Mr. Fulton. An exami-
nation of the roll call declared the
Woodward congressman shows that
Mr. Fulton answered present when
h^s name was called. Mr. Morgan
dramatically demanded to know
why 'Mr. Fulton did not either vote
for or against the bill.
The bill went to the Senate de-
clared Morgan nod after some
amendments wlm-h were objection-
able to the Hous - a cot ferenre was
Ill’ll i 1 v tl. t 1 etl - - t il- 11
Ahlefeld place east of town defeat-
ed the White Sox boys from west
of town Sunday by a score of 9 to
6. Both teams have a good stand-
ing for the season in their respec-
tive communities and the game was
hotly contested, being a kind of
world’s championship game on a1
small scale. The White Sox f night |
for blood to the very last and in ]
the last half of the third their j
hopes were high, the inning closing
with the score 2 to 1 in their favor, j
They lost their lead, however, in
the fourth and played the last five
innings with the same ill luck the
big ’ White Sox of the National
league have met this season.
No Local Option Speaking.
There was no local option speak-
ing here last Monday afternoon, al-
though the Hon. I). C. Lewis had
been billed for a speech at that
time. It is a hard matter to get
out a crowd for an afternoon polit-
ical meeting in this town, no mat-|
ter how strong the sentiment may I
be in favor of the speaker. Mr.
Lewis was. he re hut inasmuch as
the sentiment here is conceded to I
he stiongly in favor of the local
Sunday Schro! Convention. Revival Meetini
Sunday School Convention at
Pleasant Home, Sunday, Novem-
ber 6, 1910.
10:30 a. m. Sunday School les-
11:1 o a. m. Addres: of W' leotiie
-Mr. J. Sprunger.
Response, O. P. AI back.
1:30 p. m.—Address, Mr. N.
Infiueuce of teaching daily life on j
S. S., Mr. Hostelter.
Primary Methods, Mrs. Kellner j
and Miss Kreger.
How can we insist on lesson prep-
aration by pupils? Mrs. J. E. Royer.
Methml : to mai K. S at 11 act
F. M. Talbert and Jno. K. Moli'aU.
Round Table, Mr. Kellner.
at /• .ti
j (ircserKv of a lar <•
relatives and friends. I
was groomsman a. ■! . i ■
j bridesmaid. After ;
i nor was given the wei'd
and their friends tit Lite
the groom’s parents, Mr
i F. Vogt. At night th
' dance was held in the
I I- iscben buildirv . ' -
church at Altona is to begin
s of revival meetin-s Satur-
rht, Oct. 22. Plain, frank
■ In preaching a',1 g... ' g.i | t 1
j singing will be your privilege to
j enjoy. Meeting every night.
Preaching also Sunday mornings.
The Men’s Club of the Congrega-
tional church will hold its regular
jOctoli. r Social meeting at tHt; home
of Mr. and Mrs. Kellner next Fri-
jday, Oct. 21. A good time is be-
Dr. H. H. Wynne, Oculist
Dr. H. H. Wynne, Specialist
the Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat,
Okla) itna City, will b - t >f* ti
ally in Okarche at Brick Mo
Tin lay. November 15th, G'-i-
The groom is the son of ,V> . and
Mi ,. I \ - t id t
, daughter of Mr. and Mr- , Hau.
I They will make their new home
| on their farm north-west of town,
formerly known as the Nic Weber
For sale, 4 milch cows, all good
| milkers, from 4 to 6 years old. One
! span of mules, 2 and 3 years old,
broke to work. 24 bushel of alf-
alfa seed. 7 1-2 miles west and I
south of Okarche. CJeo. Jenkins.
$90 per mi
..loners 1 rein $ , q to
ith; with good chance
lient. The National
stitute operates six of-
A- ’1 - a, under
supervision of R. K. and Wireless
into positions. It will pay you to
write them for full details at Mem-
phis, Tenn., Columbia, S. (’., or
Kni t, Okla.
Alive. Alive. Alive.
Go-tel-us & Son, the furniture
dealers rr ,'! ; in-
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