Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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CHEROKEE COUNTY DEMOCRAT
Weekly, K*t*bli«t*>d IMtt; Daily
lacorporaU-d Ix^u-rnV-r, J&trtJ.
HF.ROKEE COCKfr DEMOCRAT, TAHLLQIAH
(vMolidatf] uliti T<hl<^ub Airv«
•ixl TalilMjuh Hrrald.
O. K A H. K. Hurttf, Hua^m.
' 0 * ,0 ,ike Ch«T0ke* County will be proud of
HU opponent, Horace Grey, ha*
t**o the ring-leader in th- Repub-
lican ranks for, lo, these many
years and for this reason the "ring"
is making a desperate effort to land
him the office, even at the sacrifice
of hit co-candidates, hut when the
.ar* counted November 2 the
will have gone
J Monroe Wallace who was elect-
ed to the office of clerk of the dis-
trict conn at tbe last election La*.
no doubt, fulfilled the duties of his
°-;C* l® tiie l t i-fartion of ererj Republican ring «m nave gone
I uWWi«i TlmnxJay of Ea<b VVe l Democrat. ResuWicat. and Socialls- glimmering and J. Monroe will cor-
NO ALUM in
ai J 2 J - J £3 fcaM IW-Law are 8tree.
KubM-ript^ KnU* I'err Vetr . . ll.Cr'i
Eight I'ws. mil H<jm+ Primt.
: ^uuu-mug an'j j Monroe will con
-roKt* oustjr tiii bOeres in tinu* to serve the people for
p*-rf on ; roaiiuiif «hat tbey will ifcore years.
Entered at the Tahlequah, Okla-
homa, postoffice as second-cJaf.
That was gre*t financiering the
Kepublicane are bragging about
The commit- !orjen> r ide th- ci<uatf
borrow money from the county to
pay part of ihe county debts, money
that wait collected by the Democratic
administration. Great is Cooiniis-
fiorjer Hutton, * ho lower* the bond-
do and doing what l*>°r promise
Mr. Wi!Vw do" work is
I <*>* '■*** - the district
court for lit yit1 wo years wRb-
out tie aid ot £ deputy, except
through court, saving to the tax-
papers of Cherokee County some-
thing over $1,590 in deputy hire.
After all lh<- erfort Henry Ward,
He publican candidal. for i-oun-y
tieaKurer. has been making to shake!
the hand of every voter in Cberoke<
County, v iilj tti' bop'- of baking
;t vole out of tiie volee, the HUfi, the
Republlcan organ of tin- eMlt7,|
conies out and tells the that
there Is nothing in th.- hand-hak.
bUndllke smilo arid friendly chatter
anil warns the voter io not I* b<
(culled by It. Henry and the Sun]
have got their wlrex cro*b -d
In ih<- Fort Gibson New Era of|i„ . .
this Week, Campbell Rij-m-H th. / I ■-•«\ing of deputy hire, but
disgruntled, give* his reason for not' managed the office with the
supporting VV. W. Hastings for , "onomy ;n every respect and
Kress, because, be claims. Hasting , 7 Kavinf. In *very 0,h*r *>-
"played ihe primary" wilh ' loa i d ha,! be*n a
dice." Of course. Russell did not I f!t ,lbU ^'"ty all his life
' Of course. Russell did not I 1„a, „ 'bU coum> a" h" lif«
loaded dice" and "get '-aught "IS * known throughout Cher-
"y loaded dice, from his former cry, "'/L ,°hU°tyu*nd ,i.t !" ««n«rally con-
we take it that he means the use of K." /' ,! J* 11 b* *iven a «ood
money, and Russell wan the onlv "j£i ,y on -N(;v«®ber 3 for the
congressional candidate in the lat• I ':e of ®ourt ci<;rlt. to which he is
primary who showed us the coloi of n°sin~" .h"*, ,
any money. He said he wan after 2 L, ,? k ? •;lecti0'1 the office
per cent of the vote of Cherokee I v lerk the district court has
f'ounty, und we guesw he just about I /TM corihol'dat«<J *Hh that of clerk
got them, and fail to see where hi« I "-ounty court under the name
right to kick comes In I court clerk, and. the Democratic
o | party, believing in giving a man
1 elected to office and making good
GIVE HASTINGS A BIG MAJORITY.
The president of the United States
has refused to abandon his work and
take part In the congressional cam-
paign throughout the country this
" *'' ""*■ faU- of the acute situation
and he ha* not only economica. brought on by the European war.
Thus once more the nation is made 1
to realize that Woodrow Wilson is
a rnan to whom the good of the
nation, over which he has been call-'
ed to preside, is the first and over-
whelming consideration. A man
who, as chief executive of this great
nation wrote his message to the
varring powers in which be ten-
dered his good offices to them for
the settlement of their difficulty, at
the side of his dying wife, is* the
kind of man from v.-hom such a
course is t0 be expected. From ever}
sec ion of the country and from
widely different sources there comes
a strong, emphatic and continually
greater expression of satisfaction
that our country has a man like
him for president now. The confi-
I deace reposed in hinr. by the nation
when it elected him chief magis-
trate. has grown since he has been
in office. The public has found that
he has Justified its fullest confidence,
and he is today stronger with the
public than ever before not with-
standing the fact that he has been
through some difficult and trying
experiences as president. The suc-
cess of his Mexican policy alone, a
policy followed in spite of criticism
and ridicule, ha.s given him the sup-
port of hundreds of thousands of
The country has a president of
whom it is proud and in whom it
trusts. The country ha3 Just cause
to praise and be proud of him, but
all honor for the great volume of
progressive legislation in the interest
of all the people enacted in the
past two years does not belong en-
tirely to the president. It must
not be forgotten that he has had
the faithful support and constant
co-operation of the Democratic con-
gress wh« re 290 representatives have
patiently, diligently and courageous-
ly stood at his back and fought for
such measures as the reduction of
the tariff, the income tax, the fed-
eral reserve act, the farmers' ex-
tension bill and innumerable other
acts which have meant more to the
people of this nation than any leg-
and will make Cherokee County an uetlve, fearless and creditable of-
ficer. Vote for "Bill" Davidson on November 3, and rest assured the
afairij of the office will be properly and well attended to.
. 1 , • -t 0
J B Moore, candidate for county surveyor, needs no Introduction
'o the voters of the county as he Is the same "Cindy" who filled th.-
office two terms following statehood. Mr. Moore will be elected by
one of the biggest majorities on tli«> Democritic ticket, so if you like
to \ote for a winner, vote for J. It. Moore for county surveyor.
The most noticeable evidence of a Democratic victory November 2
the size of the meetings the Democratic speakers are receiving The
-ante report comes from all over the stale and hIiowh that the De-
mocrat} of Oklahoma in awake to the importance of electing Democrats
to office The Democratic meetings throughout Cherokee ( ounty have
been exceedingly well attended. While, on tho other hand, it "is re-
ported that the Republicans are paying but little attention, which shows
a lack of interest, presaging a rousing Democratic victory in November.
ihe Republican campaign committee has said that at statehood it
turned over a million five hundred thousand dollars for general pur-
poses to the Democratic administration. The campaign bureau under
command of General Barde only missed the sum a matter of a million
four hundred and forty-six thousand dollars. But when one remem-
Ders the past campaign documents issued by Barde, it will have to be
jammed that he came as close to a fact this time as at any other,
i e territorial government turned in exactly fifty-four thousand dol-
lars for revenue purposes, and the balance of the million and a half
was in special funds which are still intact or invested in buildings
<vhich are worth the more.
has managed the office with the
ha me economy in every respect and
llwiBale"H"e' Jr ' who axp're* Mhe **cond term be was nominated
to the office of ( ounty Treasurer, isjto the office of court clerk without
u young man of sterling qualities I opposition in the primary election
and Is well qualified lo transact all on August 4, last, which i* proof
the business of this office. Mr Bal- within itself that he has mad- , oo l
entlnn was reared In tbe southern I He has proven to the voterf of
part of this counly, where he fol-1 < herokee County that he Ik a ze -
lowed the plow until he was offered I Heman in every respect and his faith-
position of deputy county clerk, |ful service and courteous treatmen'
m" WOn/°r hfm • nation tnan any .eg
bevonrt n v rt M I w ich w, -1 W*"on enacted at. any previous pe
be Khown on
w- -7- \ riod of national existence in the
has he^rt nfiw m u v*™* l*nKth of time. The president
under Ihl 1 ■ his life has asked the country o return him
wh le . e u . ;ra,',,K0T"l- anf! Democratic congress. He make,
Wallu-p J « 1 in? /h fed?,ra' 0fTi' 'h* hunM(- r'-'">e«t of the Second
old ChtrnU« L'°'Kl Congressional District, of Oklahoma
Qrev will h«v °T\ ^ Mr H*n" W W Hastings to hi, side
, 0 ''V l.er th,; com- ® help him stem the crisis now
mfrU hiir!?' frequent re- caused by the world's wide war. He
Ih """ "Hon"" ha« the right to expect and does
JuliMe ,„°J an>thliiK but expect our dlHtrict to send Mr. Hast-
Sil and oiir defeated will be |ngS. with his long experience and
T} , ' thorough underKtandfnK of con^res- \
ciin limb* "n# " I ,*:nkr County Hional service. Let us, on November
I Mnnrr w n" v" r",:,inin,? manifest our appreciation of
■me ntal „ai M, , °f Wf>odrow Wilson by sending to con
if 11 iv ii# n't V T? 8 yr' ' a man of Wilson's character,!
her 3 1914 Ct hlm on Novem- In sympathy with Wilson's policies
and In harmonv with Wilson's wav
so ii! h^ . r ®*re ,n th" of working. W. W. Hastings will
f u n win |d 1 i' f ,V Poun,y "" a fit well in our present national con-
f.uiii, where his father now lives, gress.
Vote 'er straight.
W II BALKNT1NB, JR
• mTi<,l"cUo" following statehood.i
Hill Ih at present a member oil
he city council in thin city and .a
filled the place to the entire mtH
riieiion of the voters of the Third
Ward, who put hlm there He han
Mlwuys made good at everything I,,
undertook and will he a nufe man i<>
InmUHt .In" the county
will,. When you go to the pollJ
November ,i, vote for Win. H kh|
enllne for county treasurer and feel
lhal you have done yourself ant!
county a noble act.
I OR COI'NTY AKKEHNOIt.
When 11 f,„ V()111.
foi a man to fill the important of
lice of county ansessor, you will find
on the Democratic ticket the nam.
of John W. Deraoss. a man who
stands high in the «*tlinatlon of hlJ
home people, as wan evidenced I wo
years ago at the primary election
when he wan a candidate an.l ,
c< rvocj almoht the «ntiro vot« of dial
precinct. Mr. Demosa came to the
vldnlly of J'eggs about 1H years
ago and has lived there ever since
He was reared by a veteran soldier
and a Democrat mother and his pol-
IIIch, Ills ability and honesty are
right, lie has many acquaintance
unci friends throughout the counrv
who will he pleased lo tell you thai
he Is an honest, capable man with
a good knowledge of values, which
Is a great asset In properly and fair
Scratching is an old hen's job.
I ut your X in the circle under the rooster.
Vote early and take your neighbor along with you.
Counf.v ke U ,h° Democratic victory ever known In Cherokee]
th..„ ';Urly blr<, putch,•,, th«* worm—Be early at the polls, vote, and
men get your coat off. 1
ih .1 ,"t ' :i"'ll'lil." ki,;';Ib were to buy a bale of cotton, would be takej
that of the r ed or white bloom variety?
Iv i.v'Vnn tJ?f.Mn,l.lre v,ot* 0u.t' 'be Democrats will win In Cherokee Coun-|
i iv i i "a or,. j .0"1 1<?t a H'nDemocrat In your neighborhood
down l. t T.' J,rS".h,?L' |)1,,a,I wini hlm' t,ut ,f necessary, knock him
lown and drag him to the polls November 3.
Imx t,! McMichael, the pres-nt county Judge of Cherokee County,
Ihtf affairs i ih "1"up,!lr'orl «lu "Mtlon« for the office and has managed
hlmseR and .hi n C°U . " U manner which reflects credit both upon
wi l e re-elect ""'°crallc "ttrly' 11" lH entitled to a second term and
„w "0uU.'d' for commissioner from the third district
with' aoU i ?k" K?0<1 d':W," "ur way'" and (JraHK ' fellow
,• I , ' ' a *?*' him. II© haw made a Huccesa at
people of thVdlstrlctCOn,,,r, n """ " wl" "" cre(,lt t0 ,h"
dlstlie!"Ij i „i|HI1" "f '"""Hdate for commissioner from the first I
tCi 1 kelv h u nUf,,'''m ' fHrl""1 l,UM|ness man and Is. more
the disiri!ic« « i quallled as any man In that district to look after
like Prank J mi'lr "r' "e nfral,> of cherokee County in hands
us. i rank J. Mill's and stop the leaks. 1
Kolng'Tnto'1,ihr.!H«hoH>ii'r'"1 wf.r"I"..H," "v"r th* "ounty, W. p. Davidson l |
of the Ilemocraiil in !°" . y,'"r hy lnr«''sl majority of any
Democratic candidates. "Bill" is a deyed-ln-the-wool Democrat
T?e iRe.P"ibUuan candidate for county superintendent of schools
if I V. W ^ontinue policy of the present incumbent
Jho .u I2fn' Democratic nominee, is elected he will fulfill
1,, .^ , ,°ff[Ce as required b>" the Oklahoma school law, viz.,
fin itwlir ^ of the county, e'noloy only teachers well qualifietl to
r Jn Position and give the school directors and patrons of the school
a square administration of affairs. A vote for Peterson is a vote tor
one of the most important offices in the county, inasmuch as the youth
oroner raln'in wU1. soon be ealIed "P"" to fill our places, needs the
proper training in order to be qualified for his or her position It's
a man s job and cannot be properly filled by a woman.
Won, Iau the Mu^°Kee Sentinel, which admits that it is controlled by the
.hJ ti V ,1 ?aw u ,for thls campaign, frequent reference is made to
the fact that Mr. Hastings made his return of expenses in the primary
campaigni and ca Is attention, while making several assertions, the
the growth of a distempered mind, to the fact that it Is made "under
oath. The law requires that this be made under oath and Mr. Hast-
ings, being a truthtul man, as all who know him intimately enough to
Ho..K°tn)<PeLfc'1 ..l" gCS' aDd tuey are ,eg'on. will testify, there can be no
doubt in healthy minds of the correctness of the report. But how about
^uthfu.ness of assertions made by one Campbell Russell who, un-
der oath in a petition he recently filed in one of his cases wherein he
swears that every Democrat in this and other counties who voted for
.. W Hastings was bribed so to do? The assertion, or even the oath
of a person who will swear falsely as to what vou, us or any oMier
S?ms^to thinb hi"2r,Ct d,id ha,vie li,tlp' if an>' weight When we
that °'atter careless Russell was when making oath regarding
STILL A BK1.IKVKR IX r;<H>I ROADS.
I cannot explain in words how I appreciate the support my friends
gave me In the primary. If I am your choice at the coming election No-
vember 3, I will do my duty in every respect. My friei.d.s and fellow cit-
in^n8nf°rh L° n County' -1 have sPent a" of my time in the upbuild-
ing of Cherokee County, which I am most interested in, as I have not
wasted any time in any other county or state, but have spent my life in
what is now Cherokee County, Okla. My friends, you know there is not
much pay in the office which I seek, but I want to be tried as an office^
of this grand County of Cherokee and State of Oklahoma. 1 believe in
good roads and the lowest rate of taxation possible. Good roads will
vTh" h°oUL amT UT6 !?a1 anyfhin« that ^ould be done for them
\ ith the help and advice of the farmers of this district, I will do every-
thing that is in my power to have better roads in this county and es-
pecially in this district. I will leave it up to you, my friend.'to decide
-louis very truly. FRANK .J. STILL
REV. J. A. PARKS VOUCHES FOR WILLIAMS.
The article appearing in the Republican paper of this county last
week concerning the religious life of Judge Williams is unjust mislead-
ing and erroneous. ' "uu
A careful inquiry has been made and the facts and truth of the
career ot Judge \V illlams as a Christian gentleman are as follows
Judge R. L. Williams, the Democratic candidate for governor was re
ceived into the Methodist Church at Durant by Rev .1 A Parks whilo
pastor at that place several years ago. He still maintains his memhi
ship there. By his acts, his words, his speech, Judge WilUams as a
lay member of that church observes its ordinances and supports Its In
st tutlons, just the same as all loyal members of any church should
His Christian character and personal worth will be attested to bv Rev
Parks, now at Wewoka, Okla., who is well known by the people of his
city and county as having served the Methodist Church here for three
years, as Its pastor. Certainly, leading a Christian life and being loyal
to his church is no obstacle to any man making a good public official.
The Sun last week, in its continued editorial: "Let us look it the
records," if it is anything, is honest when the editor tells you that all
the use he and' his politicians have for you is to secure your vote From
the tone of the editorial it would seem that he and vou were the oniv
persons materially interested in the selection of county officials and
hat his interests and yours are identical, which is truef In a measure
In the p aclng of money, by way of taxes, into the treasury your per
cent of taxation is perhaps identical, but the hope of his editorials U
to gain ..our confidence and your vote, that his per cent of gettlna that
money out of the treasury will be considerably more "identical" than
yours. He has been the county printer during the incumbencv of tho
present Republican board of commissioners and the way has worked
It has been a sinecure which he hopes to prolong and ho
votes for tlie Republican candidates for commissioner to help the mo
longatlon. Were it not for this source of revenue, K O'Daker who
none other than Cus H. Tinch when he wants to palm off some ensh
that he does not wish to father, when he would have you Imagine U
was some one without a personal interest in the result of tho
who would be sawing wood on his own woodpile Instead of hn t i0"1'
himself about public affairs. instead of bothering
A VOTE FOR GORE IS A VOTK FOR WILSON.
People all over the state have been wondering the nasi ,
Senator T. P. Gore_ was not campaigning In the state. It Is weU known
hat he Is one of the most eloquent and forcible speakers an,t i 1 hi
heart Is with the Democratic party In this ti, hi nmi ' ill
from different counties have been clamoring 'or Vneiehiu r ,Ien
The answer to the question is very simple P °h " fl'°m Gore'
Oore has been in Washington and be hns hn.n ■ ,
hi defense of Ihe rlRhla and property «,f Ih* p^nle of ihu ■
w.r in Europe c.me .He a "C.p'o, V«„5„ 7,S" . <£?, "rtr
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