The Enid Echo. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 3, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 29, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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ENID GARFIELD COUNTY OKLAHOMA ,WEDNESDAY; Oct. 29 1902
AN OFFICIAL PAPER OF GARFIELD COUNTY OKLAHOMA.
Wholesale and Retail.
N..ri li Tixt comer of square.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Teas, Coffees, Spices
and Fancy Luxuries.
Meat Provisions Flour
Hill Feed hides and hay
GARDEN SEED IN
Butter egg's and pro-
duce wholesale and
to all parts of the
PHONE NO 54.
L. A- FAUBION
attorney at law
Umpire Bloolc, Enid, 0, T
Published Weakly on Wednesday
J. R. DETWILER, EDITOR.
Subscription, per year - $1.00
Advertising rates made known
Bntered at tto« Bold Postoificu aa Second
Old Bob was granted a new trial
on account of inexcusable blunders
of sherrff C.V. Porter.
These mors grew out of the zeal
of the sheriff to secure a reward
of which he thought had been
offered, for the conviction of Bob
for which he applied soon after
the virdict was rendered and then
learned to his ohagrin that the re-
ward was For another man.
Tbe cost of the Sheirffi blunder amounts
to a round sarj for tbe comfy tw pay
Costs of tbe first trial was at follows
Olerks costs fW 03 Witness fees $218.15
Jury expense $100 T«tal $418 15 this d *
not Include ibo sheriffs fee*:
The second trial conies off in another couu
ty and will doubtless cost this county
$1000 or more
O D. HDBBELL
attorney at law
Moom 12, Gannon, Henry A Rogers
Blook, K. E. corner of Square.
GEO P. BUSH
attorney at law
w. s. Whttinfffcill
attorney at law
/•IK O. Moosb Csai. L. Moom
MOORE & MOORE
Attorneys at Law.
Will Praotiae is all Courts.
Somtheat Comer Sqnare.
Come to the Fly Shuttls loom
to get yoM carpet woven.
flo- 56 Broadway
GANNON & G0LDING,
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Collections a specialty.
Large Hit of Varmi ao« Olty
Charley got Clint Clark and Canncn to cer-
tify that he has paid tbem in full Our
eaders know that we never cbrrged that
he owed either of them a dollar: He also
creta Clint to say thit he does not owe
8haf«r any thing. That la mearly hearsay
evldenco ahd would not go Into any court
The Echo publishes no hearsay lairs
We gave the official records j'.nd eyejy
statement is hacked by direct evident*
Hrar what Mr 8hafer says Le is a re'lable
man and he knows the stale of ills account
I deny the statement of C T Clark in the
News that C V Porter did not owe me any
tblhg. I say that 0 V Porter owe9 me on
commission in the neighborhood of $1100
and refuses to make satisfactory settlement
P W Shafer
Prominent republican leaders
charge Riok Mcssell and John
Baekels with going into a deal
with Porter for the slaughter of
Kershaw, and Sproat of the repub
lioan, and Hamilton, and Lincoln
of tke democratic tiokot.
Hon TD Flynn pared off a few
■trips of hide from the republi-
can traders in his spcaoh Monday
Messell and Backels stoutly deny
tke ohaige. The Enid vote alone
will tell the tale. The sorached
tioketa will be olosely scrutoriized
In order to learn the truth in this
If Enid through the treaoeery
ot its leading republicans face
Porter again on the oounty there
will be • wide spread and deep
seated prejudice engendered
against Enid, throughout the
J.A.Alexanders wants to buy your
butter eggs and produce.
He keeps good fresh grocries and
WtU g T* you afair deal try him.
Ma,SIS But Jreadwcytf
The Enid Steam Laundry has
been allowed bills for laundry
work at the jail as follows;
April 1st $19.20
Jane 23rd $20.40
Those bills are doubtless
reasonable aid justly duo the
Steam Laundry but wo don't think
tkat shoriff Porter should hove in-
cured suoh expense. The county
has a furnace at t:io jail and it waB
formerly tho custom to make
prisoners do their own washing
and it was good healthy oaereise
The statements made in the
"Demoorat" in regard to mo by
E,r. Moore are false and without
Nannie Lou Bates.
OUR CLOSING MESSAGE.
So long as wo are under territo-
rial government, tho delegate we
elect has no vote Sn congress and
oannot strengthen one party or
weaken the other. We are not
privileged to vote for the president
who appoints the officers who rule
over us. Having bo political pow-
er it is futile for us to divide on
partisan lines. When we enter
the voting booths we should for-
get that we are populist, democrats
or republicans, and order our
action as our local interest directs
In this sjjirit we formulato our
closing message of the campaign.
Wm.Cross the democratic nomi-
nee, is a business man of high
standing and pleasing address.
Partisan papers aro engaged in
a hot discussion; as to whether
hu reside* in Oklahoma or Kansas
In sober truth the facts are that
he is a tavling salesman and has
no fixed abode in either place.
In this contest ho stands
for the admission of Oklahoma
and Indian territory as ono state.
That means a long continuance
of tho evils of tarritorial govern-
ment to be succeeded by still great
er evils. It means the election of
a majority of the members of the
constitutional convention, and
state legislature by the people of
the Indian territory.
The oensus of 1000 shows that the
Indian territory had 11460
more children of school age than
Oklahoma/That there are three and
a third times as many illiterates.
The department of jastico esti-
mates the criminality ten times
greater in tho Indian territory than
in Oklahoma. We would be ab-
solutely under the power of
the Indian territory speculators
who oontroll its illiterate vote.
We would have to give them over
half of our school fund and all of
our public building fund. Con-
gress has thus far refused to bur-
den us with the Indian territory.
Why should we endorse the pro-
gram for which Cross stands.
B S McGuire is a man of fine
attainments, who worked himself
up to a front rank in the legal pro-
fession. Ho stands for the passage
of tho Flynn statehood bill now
pending in the Senate.
This means full citizenship for
us at an early date. It means for
us two U S Senators, and throe
congressman who ean vote.
Under its proviseions tho people
of Oklahoma elect overy member
of the constitutional eonvuntion
and state legislature. We will re.
tain every dollar of our publio
school fund, and spend all our pub-
lio building fund within the limits
of Oklahoma. We will have full
power to proteot the rights of our
neighbors who have leased sohool
lands. Wo will have a splendid
oppertunity to vote the state capi-
tal to Enid. Joinod with tho
Indian territory all osr interest
would be at their mercy. For the
land sake vote for MoGuiro and
statehood for Oklahoma with its
The county tickets are in the
main composed of worthy citizens.
The only important issue involved
attaohes to the choice of sheriff.
C V Porter in violation of his own
solum pledge, is running for a
third term. lie represents official
extravagance inordinate greed and
higher taxes, Weeks ago the
Eoho published an expofe taken
from the reoords in tho County
Up to this time ho has not
attempted to offer any defense.
Mo honest defense can be made
Any pretended denial, or garbled
statement that he may oircu1 to on
the eve of the eleotion wIk -,in
not be reviewed or sampared \ 'h
the records should be entirely
ignored. Our publication was
made in ample timo for tho fulest
investigation and we stand ready
to verify by the records every item
in our statement.
The Wave says our expose if true
refleots on the EplEy board of com
missioners. That is a mistake.
Porter made quarterly reports to
the board which on their face
doubtless show his accounts all
straight. Ho would be a dull
grafter if they did not. The
board may havo plaoed to much
oonfidonce in theso reports, but
Porter has deceived many others.
Wo east no reflection on the com-
missioners. If Porter is elected
political grafters of all parties will
see a plain easy road to wealth,
blazed out, and we may expoct a
carnival of official extravagance.
Those who desiro tbe rebuke of
this kind of work should in justice
to themselves and the county vote
HOvV TO VOTE.
Pay no attention to any of the
devices at the head of the tickets
Rend the names of tfce candidates
and place your check in the square
to the left of eaoh name for which
you desire to vote, and make no
other marks on the ticket thus,
Indiahoma Comanche Co
Can you tall mo which of the
candidates for congress is for mix-
ed schools'? If MeGuire is for
mixed schools I will have to turn
him down. Yours Truly
Tho legislature of Oklahoma
passed a bill providing forsoperate
schools, it was passed by the unan
imous vote of all republicans demo
erats and populist and approved by
a republican govenor. Whites and
blacks are alike satisfied with it
and I know of no one in this ter-
ritory who wants mixed school.
Congress has nothing to do with
school matters in this territory or
in any state. MoGuiro favors tho
admission of Oklahoma with pros-
ent boundries. In that case our
own people choosi all the mem
bers of the constitutional ■ .inven-
tion, and legislature to niuka all
future laws concerning our schools
Cross favors tho admission of
Oklahoma and Indian territories
as one state, in that case the peo-
ple of tho Indian territory wil
elect a majority of the members of
the constitutional convention and
legislature, they might vote mixed
schools upon us, as many very
many of tho inhabitants of Indian
territory arc-negroes and Indians
He who wants a state dominated
by white people should vote for
Porters friends are claiming
that he has the colored vote solid
How on earth did a Texas demo-
orat get the eolored vote solid.
It is timo far thinking men to stop
SCHOOL LAND MA.TTEK!
Judge Burford Gves Views in a
Letter to Grant Stanley.
Guthrie, O T., Ool 28.—Chief
Jutice J< hu H. Burford, tn response
to a letter from Grant Stanley of
Luther, gives his idea of the school
land matter as follows:
Mr. Grant Stanley, Luther, O. T.:
"Dear Sir:—You icqucst uiy opin
ion on tbe following question: If the
Ok'ahotna statehoou hill now pend
ing in Congress and generally called
the Flynn bill, becomes a law, will it
have vlie effect to deprive tbe tchool
land lessees i f compensation fnr tneir
Improvements on school lands?"
1 have studl a Hie hill carefully and
considerately, with a view to ascer-
tain how Its nrovljioos cm suggest
such a question, nd to my mu d there
is absolutely no foundation for suoh a
question, end i unqualifiedly answer
no, the passage n* the pending state-
bond hill will in uo manner aflscttbe
right of le-sees on school, Indemnity
or public lands to obtain pay for their
J NO H. BURFORD.
The Democrat here and now de-
mands an investigation of the sher-
iff's office. The condition of
things was not known to the oditor
of this paper until tho oxpogo made
by the Echo. In view of tho in-
vestigation of tho books hastily
made by the Eoho man, it is the
right of every taxpayor to ask what
ChaS. V.Porter done with that pi
tion of tho $17,000 he has drawn
which is in excess of the $2800 per
year to which he is entitled.
Garfield County Democrat.
Porter has a deputy named
LaForoo out in the second dis-
trict working For C. G. Eppley.
James Bishop hai
family to town.
The published statements by the
Eoho as regards tho f see oolleeted
by C.V.Portor is convincing. It is
plain that ho is much indebt to
the people of this county, but he
cannot bo mnde to settle untill his
term of oflice expires.
Elect James Kershaw and have
tho bookj of the present sheriff
balluuced.four years is long enough
for any open account to run.
Homor Wilson was in the city
Baturduy and boagkt a carriage
aud two buggies (or his livery in
STRTLINC TO KNOW
We have moved from our Railway ePhoto ar to our
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WHERE WE HAVE FACILITIES FOR PRODUCING
FIRST GLASS PHOTOGRPHS
Everything to be found in a first class studio. We are
equipped to work 14 to 17 plate direct. Don't forget our
location and remember we have closed our Railway Photo
ar making it ready to enroute. But we are permanenty
situated, all and see us where we are prepared to make
you high class photography;
Vreeland Progressive Photographer.
East of court house. Over Hockaday's.
NOW IS THE TIME.
Your horses should have a tonic.
Youcan get security stock food at
We keep every thing in Drugs Books News and
Stationary Hammocks Bass ball and Sporting
Goods, North Side ofSquar
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