The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 214, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 30, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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THE SHAWNEE NEWS HERALD
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 30.
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DEMOCRATS >01 UAU.HED.
The democratic "war hosses" In' the
present city campaign are not unduly
alarmed at the big claims of strength
made by the ex-mayor and his boost- ^ join mem oumgm miu «'*"1
era and street corner orators. Stearns thrlr uniform, dries turn his fire on his
has to have a large democratic vote to own party and aim* his missiles at Its
win and It is only natural that he and leaders Is Justly entitled to nil the re-
proach and opprobrium that rightl>
THE HEW MID OF TREACHEBY.
Fellow democrat, what la to be your
reward for helping to knife the can-
didates of your own party? This Is to
be a great political year. There will
be county and slate primary elections,
and an election of president, United
States senators, congressmen, some
state officers, county and township
officers between now and the ides of
November. Every day, week and
month between now and that time the
campaign will rage over the candidates
and the iseues In local, state and na-
tional government. The real battle is
between the democratic and republican
parties for the supremacy of their
widely differing principles. The city
elections are only the skirmishes be-
tween outposts but what kind of
standing do you think you will have
in the democratic army or even In the
ranks of the enemy if you desert your
party at the first fire? Nay, you dem-
ocrats (?) who are accused of lining j
up for Stearns in this campaign are
doing worse than deserting and run-
ning away. You are turning your
weapons (your talk and your ballots)
against the party whose uniform you
persist in wearing. There Is but one
word In any language for the man
tfliat does thle and that is the ugly and
infamous word. TRAITOR! You have
not thought of that, probably, but it
is true. The man who enlists In a
raus<>. participates in the selection of
its leaders and then from spite, dis-
appointed ambition, pique or any oth-
er personal cauRe. goes skulking over
to the enemy's ramp and while refus-
ing to Join them outright and wear
You lose FOUK DOLLARS every time you plant a bad ear of
corn. Don't overlook the Importance of good seed, a whole sum-
mer's work may be lost If you are not careful.
Testing seed Is a simple process. We have a large chart In
the lobby of the bank which glve6 a diagram Illustrating how
testing is done. 1 .
Call at the bank If job are Interested.
National Bank ol Commerce
Capital* Surplus and Profits $125,000.00.
I UK AS. MO II KB A CHER'S REPORT.
hat the Hooks Show, and How the
Auditors Found Ills Accounts.
Repels Attack of Death.
his friends should claim what their
party lacks from the majority party
The facts are that Sterns will be beat-
en worse this time than ever befort
in his career. In most previous cam-
paigns toe has had no opposition foi
the nomination. lie was willing to
lead a forlorn hope and through the
fullness of his promises and demo-
cratic carelessness he twice won out
for himself, but carried few of his
party associates with him. This year
he had an opponent in his own party
—a man not familiar with political
wiles and strategy and yet had it not
been for the illegal negro vote cast
uio ex-mayor would very likely have
been* beaten in his own party, Ho will
uot get this illegal vote in the elcc
tion aud he will do well if he polls U0
per cent of the republican vote cast in
The republicans had, all told, four
hundred aud ten votes iu the primary
aud a spirited contest brought out
practically their full party streugth.
The democrats cast seven hundred
and ninety-six of which Martin re-
ceived four hundred and eighty-seven,
or seventy-seven more than the en-
tire vote cast for both republican can-
didates, illegal votes iucluded.
It is fair to assume that the
stay-at-home vote was more largely
democratic than republican. It would
be unfair to presume that the demo-
crats who loyally supported Clayton
«ud Myers will uot follow the example
of their leaders and support the can-
didate for mayor and the ticket nomi-
nated with him in a primary in which
Practically every officer, candidal i
and democratic leader whom the rt
publicans claimed were going to sup-
port Stearns or were supporting
Stearns has denied the allegation and
declared for the democratic ticket. 4
few discontented aud belligerent dem
ocrats, or alleged democrats, will prob-
ably support Stearns, but they will
be offset by a large number of re
publicans who are earnestly support
The odde are all against Stearns and
the republican ticket. This is a politi-
cal year, and no democrat worthy of
the name will barter his political
birthright for a mess of pottage.
Trust a ward politician to originate
and spread the most outlandish roor-
backs poesible in the last days of the
campaign. The republicans are now-
spreading the poison in the east end
that it is the purpose of Mayor Mar-
tin and the demrocratic council to
abandon the fire station in the east
end. There was some talk last win-
helongs to the terms of guerrilla
bushwhacker and traitor and no mat-
tor how warm the welcome or how
flattering the reception the enemy
gives them before the battle, they will
reward them in the md hv despising
them just as thoroughly as do the men
nr the party who were the victims of
A LITTLE LOCAL HISTORY.
The republican campaign street
orators are trying to make some dope
against Martin and the democratic
ticket by denying the article in The
News-Herald which claimed that un-
der the present administration the of-
fice of city attorney was being con-
ducted without an assistant. These
jh am pious of the perpetual candidate
declare that large sums of money
have been paid to Wahl, En gar t. Ly-
dick and others for special services.
Let us see Wahl never represented
the city, or the city attorney's office
and has never received a fee from the
city during the present administration.
.1. D. Lydlck. during the absence of
City Attorney Hood, who was in Chi-
cago at t!he bedside of his dying
brother, represented the city 1n sev-
eral matters, successfully. He made
trips to Oklahoma City and to Tecum-
seh He did some work for the school
hoard for which Mr. Wahl. Mr. Wil-
lard Johnston- and others offered to
pay him, but he told them ss ho toll!
the mayor that tie was representing
Mr Hood because he was his friend,
and that while Hood was afflicted and
in Morrow nnd distress and was forced
to be away on his sad mission up
would attend to his duties without
nay from the city and would not tin-
der anv circumstance accept city pay
for such work. And he never did.
Tudge Rngart was retained under
,he new administration for a few
months he had been appointed assist-
ant attornev by Kx-Mayor Stearns
Mr Engart was familiar with the le-
gal department of the city, its ordi-
nances and the eases pending. He
was retained until the new officials
became conversant with the affairs or
th«. legal department and the ordin-
ances were codified when he retired
and no assistant attorney has ever
heen named by the new administra-
tion in his place.
Judge Wood completed the work in
the Hartley case, which he had pre-
pared under the former administra-
tion and which was In progress at the
time the administration changed, but
outside of the work done by T,vdiek
for the city for nothing nnd the con-
tinuance In office of Judge Fngart for
a few months, the legal work of this
city and of the school board, which
has been enormous bv reason of the
ter of getting an automobile truck and ha* heen enormous hv reason or tne
concentrating the fire stations to save change to a charter form of govern-
expense, but it was only talk and the ment, change of ordinances bond is-
mayor and council decided that thi nes. etc , has all heen discharged by
City Attorney Hood at a great saving
"h® to the city. The truth ought to be
The good enough for anybody hut a hun-
gry candidate and his anxious friends
and this statement is made for everv-
bodv but those who do not want the
Former National Pink Examiner
Paul F. Cooper, employed by the city
council of the Stearns administration
to check up the departments of the
city, over his signature testified to the
correctness of F. \V. Mohrbaoher's
very transaction as city treasurer of
Shawnee. Also Tom D. Boydstou, ac-
countant and systematizer, in install-
ing and submitting Shawnee's system
of accounting aud aubinitting btate-
meiit of financial condition of this
city, employed under Martin's admin-
istration, reviewing carefully all trans-
actions of this same official, reports
that the books, records and reports,
ire "correct to the penny." Both of
these gentlemen in private letter com
mend this official's acts. If in doubt
originals can be produced
Mohrbacher has made good Vote
for him and tlhus avoid an experiment,
rather be on the safe side, stand by:
the man who has been tried and is
Copy of Paul Cooper's letter:
"Shawnee, Okla.. April 26, 1911.
Mr. F. W. Mohrbacher,
City Treasurer of Shawnee. Okla.
Dear Sir:—You are advised that the j
undersigned specially employed by
the mayor and council of the city of
Shawnee to audit your accounts, do
now advise you and report tihat all
moneys have been properly and satis-
factorily applied and accounted for,
and that the balance on hand in the
various funds are correct.
PAUL F. COOPER,
Testimonial of Boydston.
"Shawnee. Okla., Feb. 28, 1912.
"Hon F. W. Mohrbacher,
City of Shawnee.
"Dear Sir:—Last evening I filed
with city council a financial report of
City of Shawnee, as of dates, fiscal
years ended June 30th. 1911, June 30.
1910 and June 30, 1911, said report
covered all transactions of city for a
period of two years, and as all re-
ceipts of money during that time had
to and did pass into your hands, and
all pay-outs of money had to and did
pass out from your hands, this nec-
essitating that you more than any
other official was required to be ac-
curate and keep a complete record.
That being the case, your office being
the hub of all transactions, other de-
partments being spokes leading into
same, of necessity your accounts were
by me at all times under close scrut-
iny. The result was that I found
same all along the line intelligible and
correctly kept and every penny of the
city's money has been husbanded well.
I take pleasure in testifying to your
official records, they having been kept
painstakingly and the keynote is
sounded from beginning to end of pe-
riod under audit, which to express
best. I will denominate "accuracy per-
TOM D. hOYDSTON.
A conn tan t and Systematizer."
"Five years ago two doctors told
me I had only two years to live."
This startling statement was made
by Stllman Green, Malachite, Col.
"They told me 1 would die with con-
hutnption. It was up to me then to
try the best lung medicine and I
began to use Dr. King's New Dis-
covery. It was well I did, for today
I am working and believe I owe my
life to this great throat and lung
cure that has cheated the grave of
another victim." Its folly to suffe:*
with coughs, colds or other throat
end lung troubles now. Take the
cure that's safest. Price 50 cents
nnd $1.00. Trial bottle free at all
Ask Your Doctor
No tense in running from one
doctor to another I Select the
best one, then stand by him
No sense In trying this thing,
that thing, for your cough. Cue-
fully, deliberately select the best
icough medicine, then (tick to ft.
Ask your doctor about Ajcj"*
Cherry Pectoral for throat and
mayor and council decided that thi sues, etc . has all been discharged by
city could not afford any additional pity Attorney Hood at a creat saving
expense and went on record as op- •*— Ok—*
posed to making any change. The
present administration's record for
economy ought to be a sufficient an-
swer to the charge that they contem-
plate useless expenditures.
THREE "QUALITY" REELS
MONDAY, APRIL 8
THE SEASON'S BEST BET
30th Tour of the Black Bon Tons of
Richards & Pringle's
Headed by the Highest Salaried Col-
ored Minstrel Star in America
Street Parade at Noon
Concert in front of Theater at 7:30
p. m. Prices: 25c, 50c and 75c. Seat
sale at Public Drug Co.
Balance $10 per Month
Buys a 3 acre truck and poultry farm, located about one mile
southwest of Hock Island shops; S room house with good cemented
basement, small barn, small orchard, etc. Price $1250
LTY K INVESTMENT COMPANY.
TELE PHONE 341.
(First published in Shawnee News-
Herald March 21, 1912.)
< IIAK JCIt ORDINANCE -NO. 30.
An Ordinance ordering a general elec-
tion to be held in the City of Shaw-
nee on the First Tuesday in April,
1912, for the purpose of electing a
Mayor, a City Treasurer, two Mem-
bers of the City Council and two
Members of the Board of Education,
of th«: City of Shawnee, and provid-
ing for the printing of all supplies
and for the holding of said election
and canvassing the returns thereof
and regulating the tenure of office
and time and manner of qualifying.
THI PBOPLB OF THE CITY OF
SHAWNEE DO ORDAIN AS FOL-
Section 1. That a general election
shall be held in the City of Shawnee
on the first Tuesday in April, 1912, for
the purpose of electing a mayor, a
city treasurer, two members of the
city council and two members of the
board of education of the City oi
Sec. 2. That the officers elected at
such general election shall qualify
within ten days from the date of re-
ceiving certificate or election by giv-
ing such bond as required by the char-
ter of said city and by taking and sub-
scribing to the oath of office as pro-
vided by the charter and by the con-
stitution of the state of Oklahoma.
Sec. 3. That the officers elected at
said general election shall hold their
office for the term of three years, from
the date of qualification, and until
their successor is elected and qualified.
Sec. 4. The voting precincts of the
City of Shawnee shall be the same, In
respect to their boundaries, as the vot-
ing precincts fixed and provided for
the holding of general elections, under
the county election board.
Sec. 5. That the place of holding
said 'lection In each voting precinct
in said city, shall be as follows:
Ward 1, Precinct 3, at Convention
Ward 1, Precinct 2, at Corner Broad
ay and Wallace.
Ward 2, Precinct 1, at council room.
Ward 2, Precinct 2. at corner Chap-
man and Eleventh streets.
Ward 2. Precinct 3, at Superior
Court room, City Hall.
Ward 3, Precinct 1, at 114 South
Ward 3, Precinct 2, at 211 Wfest Main
Ward 4, Precinct 1, at Walker's Liv-
ery Barn, South Union.
Ward 4, Precinct 2, at 705 East Main
Ward 5, Precinct 1, at 712 East Main
Ward 5, Precinct 2, 1230 E. Main St.
Ward 6, Precinct 1, at Fire Station
No. 3, on University «venue.
Ward 6, Precinct 2, at corner Park
and Dill streets.
Provided, however, that if. for any
cause an election cannot be held at the
place above designated. It shall be the
duty of the inspector of such precinct
to procure a suitable place, as near as
possible to the one h« rein designated,
md he shall cause notice to be posted
in some conspicuous place at the place
herein named, stating where such pre-
cinct election is being held.
See. fi. That the precinct election
board shall consist of three members,
one inspector, one judge and one clerk,
that not more than two of said mem-
bers shall be of the same political
faith: that the following named quali-
fied voters, residents of their respect-
ive voting precincts, are hereby desig-
nated and appointed inspectors. Judges
and clerks to conduct said election:
Ward 1, Precinct 1—Inspector, G. S.
Baxter: judge, F. E. Brown; clerk, W.
Ward 1. Precinct 2.—Inspector, L. A.
Hathcock: judge, Loren Davis: clerk,
Ward 2, Precinct 1.—Inspector, J. D.
Lvdlck: judge. Malcolm McKenzle;
clerk. E. F. Paxton.
Ward 2. Prerlnct 2.—Inspector. H.
H. Keegan; judge, Dan Perry; clerk.
Ward 2. Precinct 3.—Inspector, P.
A. Walker: Judge, A. C. Davis; clerk,
R. A. Hoff.
Ward 3, Precinct 1.—Inspector. H.
London; Judge, J. D. McDonald; clerk.
F. A. Hill.
Ward 3. Precinct 2.—Inspector, J. W.
Haley: judge, George MeMillen; clerk.
Ward 4. Precinct 1.—Inspector. T B.
Hulett; judge, T. J. Darden: clerk, Dan
Ward 4, Precinct 2.—Inspector, Wm.
Deinland; Judge, Frank Keller; clerk.
B. c. Klepper.
Ward r,. Precinct 1.—Inspector, J. 0.
Baker: judge, M. K. Ownby; clerk, G
Ward 5, Precinct 2.—Inspector. Chas.
Kerker: judge, w. W. Cunningham;
clerk, S A. Sheldon.
Ward 6. Precinct 1.—Inspector, M
Brown: judge, John A. Williams:
rlerk. J. M. Stooksberry.
Ward 6. Precinct 2.—Inspector. R W.
Funk; Judtre, George L. Knapp; clerk. I
J. W. Roodhouse.
Provided, however, that In the event,
for any reason, any of th" officers
above named, cannot nerve, that other
qualified electors shall be selected in |
th^ manner as provided by laws of th j
state of Oklahoma, relating to munlcl- |
pal elections, and provided further that
each of said officers above named shall |
take and subscribe to the oath provid- '
ed by law, before entering upon the
discharge of their duties.
Sec. 7. The said election shall be |
held and conducted in ail respect* in
conformity with the provisions of the
election laws of the State of Oklahoma,
relative to municipal elections, insofar
as the provisions of sr.ld law can be
made to apply, and where the same are
n>>t Inconsistent with the provisions of
this ordinance or with the charter of
the cltv of Shawnee: provided, however,
that all duties Which under the said
laws of the state of Oklahoma should j
be performed by the county election [
board should be performed by the m tv- ;
or and city council of Shawnee, ns th- j
executive body thereof, so that th- I
county election board shall have no
right, power or authority to do or per-
form any act which in any manner re-
lates to preparing for the said elec-
tion, conducting the same, making the|
returns thereof, canvassing the irild
returns, issuing certificates of election
Sec. S. The qualifications of an elec-
tor at said election shall be the same
as those prescribed bv the laws of this
state for an elector at a general state
Sec. 9 It shall bv« the duty of the
city clerk of the City of Shawnee t<>
procure and prepare a list of all or
the voters of each of the various v t-
Ing precincts, of the City of Shawnee
The said city clerk shall so procure
and prepare such list from an exami-
nation of the registration books and.
records of the various precinct election
inspectors who htVt been appoln'ed
and are then holding their respective
offices by virtue of their appointment
bv the countv election board of Potta-
watomie county Such lists which the
ntv clerk is hereby required Co pro-
cure and prepare shall give the list of
names In each separate voting precinct
In the City of Shawnee, In alphabeM-
cal order, nnd said list shall show th«
place of residence of each of said vot-
ers as shown upon the registration |
books nnd records of the various pre-
cinct election inspectors appointed bv
the county election t o rd Said 1l«*
shall also give all other Information J
which Is shown upon the face of the
honks or duplicate registration certi-
ficates In the hands of said various
elections Inspectors The said cltv
clerk shall procure and prepare said
list not more than ten day nor les«
than five days before the holding of
said election to be held under the pro-
visions of this ordinance and deliver |
the list of said voters for each of the
various preelnets Of the Cltv of ffhuw*
nee. to the Injectors of the various
precinct election boards selected under
the provisions of thts ordinance.
Sfc. lo No person shall .Ti perrni'-
ted to vote at any election held under
the provisions of this ordinance unless
at said time he is a qualified elector
of the state under the provisions of
the general election laws of the State
of Oklahoma now in force, nor unless
he shall have been registered as re-
quired by the provisions of the gen-
eral election law, except that when
any voter presents himself to vote at
such a general election and he has not
been registered as by law provided,
the precinct election noard shall sub-
mit to him an affidavit in the follow-
ing form, to-wit:
State of Oklahoma, Pottawatomie
" of lawful age, being
first duly sworn deposes and upon his
oath states: that he has become a
qualified voter herein, since the regis-
tration books for the City of Shawnee
have been, according to the laws of
the State of Oklahoma, open for regis-
of lawful age, being first
duly sworn upon his oath, deposes and
states: that on account of absence from
the city, or of physical infirmity, he
was unable to register as a voter in
the City of Shawnee when the regis-
tration books of said City of Shawnee
ere last open for registration under
the laws of the State of Oklahoma.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this — day of 19—.
"Member Precinct Election Board,
Precinct No. —, City of Shawnee."
Whenever any voter eligible to vote
under the laws of the State of Okla-
homa. excepted tor the reason that he
has not registered, shall truthfully sign
an>l swear to either paragraph of the
said form of affidavit before a mem-
ber of the Precinct Election Board, he
shall be permitted to vote the same
as if he has been lawfully registered.
Each member of each of the precinct
election boards Is hereby authorized
and empowered to administer the oath
to such persons above provided.
Sec. 11 It shall be the duty of the
city clerk to provide each voting pre-
cinct with two separate ballot boxes
in one box shall be deposited all bal-
lots cast for members of the board of
education; in the other box shall be
deposited all other ballots cast.
Sec. 12. Each inspector, Judge and
clerk shall be paid for his services
performed in holding said election and
making returns thereof the sum of
$2.50. and each of the counters shall
be paid the sum of $2.00.
Sec. 13. The mayor and council as
the executive body of the city of
Shawnee shall meet n special session,
at the council chamber in the city hall
of Shawnee, April 2nd at 9 o'clock, p.
m . of said day, for the purpose of
receiving the returns of the said elec-
tion. canvassing the same and Issuing
election certificates and for doing and
performing all things which under the
provision of the law of this state, the
charter of this city and this ordinance,
they ought to do.
See. 14 Immediately after the clos-
ing of the polls in each precinct the
precinct board of each precinct and
the counters of each precinct shall
prepare and sign the returns of such
precinct In the same form and man-
ner required of them by the laws of
the state, relative to municipal elec-
tions and the returns so signed togeth-
er with the ballot boxes, ballots and
other supplies shall be forthwith re-
turned and delivered to the city clerk
of the City of Shawnee of the State
of Oklahoma In the same form and
manner as the law relative to genera*
elections requires the precinct board
to make Its returns to the county elec-
Sec. 1" . An emergency Is hereby de-
clared by reason whereof It Is neces-
PROGRAM FOR SATURDAY:
(Ambrosio) Tbis kind of pic-
tures is well known, and are
enjoyed by those who like good
"THE GUILTY BABY"
(Thanhouser) The "Thaa-
houser Kid" plays the leading
roll in this picture. She is
Three other good pictures for
sary for the immediate preservation of
the public peace and safety of the
citizens of the City of Shawnee, that
this ordinance shall take effect and be
In force from and after the passage,
approval and publication, and that
this ordinance shall be published for at
least ten days prior to the time of
holding said election in the official
paper of the City of Shawnee.
Passed by the City Council this, the
20th day of March, 1912.
Approved by the Mayor this the 21st
day of March, 1912.
A. D. MARTIN.
Attest: D. E. JENNER. City Clerk.
BAM FLOODS CAUSE
DAMAGE TO PROPERTY
WIDE SECTION OF COUNTRY UN-
The heavy floods of the past few
days have caused a delay in the Lit-
tle Hiver Drainage work. The river
has gone out of its banks and spread
over a wide section of country. In
places the river yesterday was over
a mile and a half wide.
A large amount of material had
been hauled to points along the river,
but the floods came along and
washed much of it back as far hs
McComb, where It was deposited
along the banks as the waters re-
ceded. Scores of teams will be
required to haul the material back.
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Established 1780 DORCHESTER. MASS.
U. B. CHURCH
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The doors of tills Church
open niile to everybody.
SERMON'S 10:45 A. M.
"THE VICTORY OF FAITH"
This sermon will deal with lessons from the narrative of the
poor Canaanitish Mother:—whose bleeding heart, humble confession,
earnest prayer and strong faith, prevailed with the Saviour, in lie-
half of her alilicted daughter, who was completely under the power
of the evil one: and who on account of mother's pleadings, was
made whole from that very h >ur.—Like confession, prayer, perse
\erence, faith and pleading on the part of the fathers and mothers
of Shawnee will bring about u revival of religion, In which hundreds
of our boya and girls will be saved.
7:30 P. M. """
"IF I PERISH, I PERISH."
This sermon Is built from :he story of beautiful Queen Esthe",
who took her life In her hands, and went in before the King, a id
made a plea for her people, *lth all the tenderness of her heart,—
all the burden of her soul, wi'h all the eloquence that the human
face could express. She ventures. The King Is conquered. The
victory is won. Her people art saved. In what reforms, and up-
ward movements of humanity are we sufficiently interested to be-
come pleaders? There are men and women, boys and girls by the
hundreds in our city going to the devil because we nre too indif
ferent lazy or cowardiy to champion their rights and to plead for
HEAH IIIK ltl(i nOl BLE ( HOKl'S ( HOIK SING.
Mrs. Kli.'r Hi(liariln, riaiiist.
Lady nshers will receive you at the dooi. Come curly nuii lie
assured a seat .,
CHURCH Comer East 9th and Center Stree's
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Barrett, Charles F. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 214, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 30, 1912, newspaper, March 30, 1912; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91633/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.