Woodward County Democrat and Palace Weekly Pioneer. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 29, 1907 Page: 1 of 4
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Woodward County Democtat
1 VOLUME 3.
)klahoiitt>. Thursday, August 2% 1907. SUMBRR 18.
attempt to compel the companies to
transact business in compliance
with the inter-state commerce laws
We are in a campaign that means aud iu a remarkably snort time he
■ore to the people of Oklahoma , was informed that they could get
tan all the campaigns of the past, along without him, and the corn-
ad it is a time when every one I pauies were permitted to go on in
hould study the issues and in so the same old way. Is it not time
[doing should lay aide party preju- that the people got along without
[dice. such rule?
The best citizens have In-en jt jiat) beeu Haid that the railroads
[placed on the Democratic ticket, by
primary, It is the first time that
[the whole jieoplo of one party have
[had a voice as to who the standard
[bearers of their party should be, by
I nominating by direct primary vote.
The issue is the constitution, and
the republicans ot this county have
I met in convention aud passed reso-
lutions declaring against it.
For many long years the Repub-
I lican party has declared locally aud
(nationally for statehood for Oklaho
Ima, and the Democratic parly said
(that they were not acting in good
[faith, and their aetion at (the pres
[eut time certaiulv bears out the SC-
They have said the constitution
was hard on the railroads. Under
the Republican administration of
the past, the railroads have been
permitted to charge unreasonable
rates and you have had to foot the
A short time ago the Attorney
General, who is an appointee, had
in his office, as assistant, a young
man who felt the interest of the
«#V,mou people more keenly than
tfat of the railroads, and made an
THE BIG FUN SHOW
• Mini Open House
THE NEW RURAL COEDY
of Plain Folks
a Hi9h Class Pro-
Scenery and EFFects
1 new singing anddanc*
I an UH3XMLLFD -AST.
rpioKets on sale at
have paid to Huch pajiers as they
could buy, large sums of money
for the use of their columns inmak-
L iug a tight on the constitution.
Congress gave to Oklahoma,
Fort Supply, to he used for a state
insane asylum ' At that time there
was au uuexpired contract with a
company at Norman, Okla,, to care
for the insane aud the courts ruled
that the company could collect pay-
ment on the balance of the contract
in case the patients were moved be-
fore its expiration.
That has been nearly two years
ago and nothing has been done.
Has .Mr. Frantz kept good faith or
has he showu any intention of so
The Republicans have Dominated
for congress a man who was dis- men for the various ofliices of th.
charged from the governor’s office
because he would not perform his
duties. Do you feel as though you
would like to have a uiau of that
kind represent you iu congress?
Wa have iu the constitution one
of the grandest documents ever
presented to the people of any state.
A constitution which recognizes the
rights of the farmer aud day laboier
as well as of the largest corpora-
tion. It provides for thg intiative
aud referendum, which gives the
people the right to reject such laws
as the state lesislature may enact, if
they prove unsatisfactory. It
makes it possible to compel parents
or guardisus to send children of
school age to school, and that white
children will not be compelled to
get their education bv sitting or
reciting with colored children. If
it gave us nothing hut the hill of
righUit.ooMb.p^g .h.I^pl. - „ l0 ,verJ
of Oklahoma more than the Repub- , 1 ____, t , ^ n( ,.fo j
licau party has done for lt> loug
years. It declares for a speedy
trial, by jury, of all criminal cases,
which is a great improvement over
our present court system, iu which
| men have laid in filthy jails from 18
I to 24 mouths, and in some cases
I longer. It provides that ‘J men of
| a jury may fiud a verdict iu civil
The constitution provides for
making the holding of a primary
election, manditory, thus compel-
ling all political partios to select
their candidates by primary, which
will mitks it much more difficult to
; nominate anything hut the best
The Great Commoner
Visit Us Sept. 6th.
C. N. Haskell, Wm. H. Murray
and E. D. Cameron will also
Address the People.
the people of Northwest Okiasoma. Herve ytXii j etlj0> lt, i «»
The exact hour of his arrival is ‘J:30 A. M. , , work.
Hon. C. N. Haskell, who will be the first Governor of the State, will also addres.* he P* You have tned no , .1
. th sflrnc nlatform what I will do. [I von sec I
Hon. Wm. II Itoray. President of the Con .notions: Convention, will deliver an address in
the afternoon at 2 o’clock, and Hon. E. 1). Cameron at night. , •„ . kindness to follow th. law
Arrangements are being made for a big barbecue, and it is figured that 20, I >1>i netw ec .nomy hull b • 11
in Woodward that day.
have Woodward County show on its
; repnrds that, it had repudiated an
hole ilbht against one of its own
Aug. 2f. 1907. I citizens Not much, while I an
citizens 'of '\V..>dw» I ' T .
~ 1 In Bulletin editor says I got re-
I biikt«l for failure to do my duty;
My term as County Attorney i timt the Court bad to wait for wit-
sin.ut finished, I have enjoy. 1 the ih**hs. The Court never waited a
privilege of serving you. I know nute ou my account. Somepart-
the office was made for th* couver. ies went to Judge l'ancoost and told
ience of the people and n for th, i.iin that I had neglected my duty.
I benefit or couveuience of those win 1 he Judge told me himself that
are elected County AM n v, au*l 1 the* • parties hail been to him. The
have tried to oondnci tin- work of Lind was so deceived by their lies
! the office with ihat end in view, bitlmf. while he was mad, and for-
| was my duty to do my beat aud j getting
that I have done I know
I have made mistake hut n >ne in- chd reprimand me, and when he
teutioTi.il. I do m i cel that the | u ldcratond the facts aud saw that I
people are under tin least oh. _■ 1- h *1 heeu lied on, Pancoast, like a
tioutomu, they employed me 11_ ntleinau, apoligized and said he
hare paid me ail they mo ed '■ 1 w is sorry that there had been a
now I have served you well * I misunderstanding. '
you can afford to employ me a in, Ihe Bulletin editor is just the
aud if \.»u can endorse me -i/e to take advantageof_ the mia-
st ami /citing the arrangements I had
that I j made with him the term before, ha
Fresh oysters aud
, . i.ru iiinr,i Jlu«v Willard's Meat Market,
state and county.
- Those who have attended man -
political conventions know how ,. T ^ Registration b okr. of the
times the people's washes and City of Woodwa.U were
rights are often trampled upon, and opened on August 7th aid all
which will be almost an impossihil- v e s r chug E P ‘ 1 ‘ .. , ., record and
,ty under a primary election, also Qr |oM fheir vot, at the com- w;ir(1. Ukla , route !. 16-4 "def(,t .hl,„ b(„ , County Commiaaioa-*
provides for a labor «nn.».ss,.,n ,, g election .It , snot sufficient * ronly show ia to start son. ...... ti rm against the Bul-
to be elected by the Jteople. giving that y^u registered Ust Joseph Hunter and I H \Wk- _ J b,-f..re th. '. ichm. *..-l It- 1. /.-.ft hut Clothier and Gil-
us a ^safeguard against such un- irt ord^r to vote ayanis^-ct‘On mau ftre each ereotiii a In - r,nf . iv( Wtii timo to nt wm luoi-h, who loved party M men
building south of Jhe mt\ hall if. *<li >ul«l »1«>, U*t this cancer wnt
: understanding and try "to deceive
the juihlic to my dis advantage,
fhe Bulletin editor has collected
.sj 1 (Ml from the County since I
iieciiiue County Attorney, for prillt-
111 j mid supplies. I know it could
have been done just aa well for half
1 the money. He annoyed tfce ^
Couuty Comiuishioner.-. faHkfnl,
ness ec inomv -hall h*j my u <>od, honest meu, over the County
Our burdens hnve^ beeu 1 s: 1 printing so inueh that in ]
hut they are too henw vi: I : 'hey pud the hill. They told W0 .
at vim to watch for ihe C. ■ .i 1 that the County printing gavetlfi^
lies, especially the last wei i • m tre trouble than all the rest of
campaign 1 here ar* a lew ver1- tli *ir work us Couuty (ommission-
. er-. They were so disguitod over
■ v t, . 1 iunty printing that not one of
t *ii.-in olTereil for re election. Theee
li... 1 men were good officers and did
p*i».»il tlieii duly as officers except as to
his th" < miitv printing. I do not
he- thin that the County ever had
Mrs. W. It. Welch was was called oorrupt politicians iu 01.r ci
to Ponca Citv this week by the ill- Woodward and in a eauc 1
. , ' . nights ago down on the street
ness of her mother. , ,
were beard to say, “Willett 1
Poland Chiila Pigs, both sexes bJ‘ the I*^VPle he lm- m«*l*; »
- J —1 he is talking
I ■ do ■ not
you must REGISTt.R NOW.
Tne registration bo ks are
now on Band at Cam e-rice,
Barber &hop. ioeast W odward.
reasonable treatment of the labor
ing people as our sister states have
experienced. In it we have the
assurance that our laborers will
never be deported from the stall
at the pleasure of great miue or
other corporations. People have
recognizer! the fact that a large per ^ ^ folKmjir
cent of our population earn- its n- p ,,
ing by the sweat of its brow, and so
have given it rights and privileges
that ho other constitution has given
It also provides for a state mine in-
spector whose duty is to compel
John Bouquot, candidate for
a. i. l ml
Will speak in Woodward county
Lookout, Aug -11 at 1 :.W P. M.
Curtis, Sept. 2 til P. M
Mooreland, Sept. 8 at S;30 P. M.
Wo dward, Sept. 11 at P M
Quinlan, Sept. 12 at 8:30 P M.
caution aguinst Iohs of life. It
also establishes the office of Corpo-
ration Commission consisting ot
they .....,-------- ----- > /T».
some one near enough to hear and hoodoo them. How many good
thev scattered at on**e, 1...■ * out holiest, dean Republican citizens
sheriff, was in the city Tuesday forth-se lies; that is what they call, are disgusted and have complained
and rejioits that iSe is still in thcTh in *o me of this canfer wart on thair
' i I see the Editor of the Bulletin party. ,■**#:•
n >t -o full of filth and in au--h Respectfully
We have a Iligley and Kibby ; and for teur he w ultl 1-- his job B. F. Wuxrrr.
communication which we could of County Graft t!.< he slipped ---—
not run this week but they will "*®r The Hon. Tom Fergusonrefer-
He says tin t uii Attorney is in- e(] Teddy as a wolf C&tchcT.
appear next. competent H. t a written con- vye wonder if this is whyTommy
Trade with me. I want it I will tract with Wood v,» 1 Couutv to do 0id (}Ujt tjje governoMktp
*ive the lu*st prices and accomodH- some jirintin 'or '
. j ., * . l’r, i ;Ft5.52 when the woi
tlOU floor W68t OI I Obt r | ,
_ __ rcpucbatecl his rout
Office. J- M. Self. for nt>3i
. Hon N. P. A antis, the Demo- Commissioners ki.
cratic nominee for State Senator ' '
. Bulletin editor
m oocIh oouutv (il i
AAA acres olr Land. All under fence and TO
(jfwU ac.rcs in Cultivation, (> acres Orchard*
2 room house, 3 GOOD Springs, plenty of timber
9 mile south and I mile east of Curli*. 100 acres
of this land will raise fihd Alfalfa. Part cash*
balance on time.
JOHN. R. WADDLE-
with a design to deceive or ....... I
.. . . • , .. through ignorance, and certainly has been over in v\is..is ooumy ,
raiou ® not through the latter, for he vioet of Um week, in th interest of CoorLby misr, ■
thre.».mb«r«. »u.l ll,, l,i.,^ ...
tho %onS,uu<......j„:; .
the Commission, in the person of *md there ori 1 1 ,UJ Rakeft, Wagons and Buggu-. 1 „ g to such n st,,
Mr u*e one Of 0UM.H-t tnUUn- his hearers- Unstated you noMy on Harness, L Hn adifar i vs. I,
tial citizens who knows our Condi- t^t tt»« tfOn proVlded for NNllll,s aud Dusters. My lin. -
’ , , the canvacsing ot tlie returns by , , hit\tktj tuck thetoi.'itv
,i„„ ,„,.l i„ -1,.;.'. ...,r,.|.I- ...... legislature, but he Wled to i™
complete confidence. Mr. um ...... . • i t(, You cun get all the g • *d hay Lawrence ser\-
hw the ability to^ secure l*'- . ' IS0 it y,-„r team cm . at li-
ter and more sat,tact,.ry ti nt" m « ' the election ordinance apdj«*“ l<*10 *on ‘ theservtoi a
which we have been ,n need s ue, Otto go in and fill your own vj-% and |M
the day this country was opem it t" ^ ^ ^ ^ that il w;.s for all i br,,*‘1 basket with good grub while c’ounty Commi-
time with no provision for a tl,„- »r- «umB it tt
change. lion t forget th. ***** “\ZZ c,
. . - it "awful ■ ■'r" Pi irieview Septsmbor 16th Ilu-r. paiK*0:,-i
erous work slmll take precautions bothemj him i:omet but ho did will he au all day meeting Dist
to prevent accidents aud shall »•« n<ai ha\ e the tv to tell the Missionary B A l*oviu
responsible for such as may occur. ,H,0p](. that tl;o Lntiveappor- preach th. dedication -ennou
It provides that mouicip il corpo tionmetlt of thi constitution was County Attorney Willett will pit ,ch
ratious can not grant, renew or ex- baS(l(j on the y lu-.st dat; oh- in the afternoon
tend a franchise without a nmjojitv tainable :i t«> population, and The Dr L*inl Comedy Co is in
vote of the qualified voters of such not upon the v » cast -n some , ltv lllld wiR present such plays
municipality. election, and ho further neglect- „„ ..Kathleep Mavounetm," -The
It provides that no child life shall ^ tQ gay ,h. t a pr0- i ion is l>rilll , 0f Liars,” “Hunted Down,"
er be dwarfed in the mines or , ....., , •
old lot in The Republican party stands
li:. < I'inty for the equality of the races,
his con- ,\t the Taft reception in Okbh
then th homa City the big buck nigger
- . County, j wjUi a reception badge was
,\. -l thei most conspicuous. Perhaps the
Hntiog the -icts, negro lovers enjoy having
that the Court i - imn i at their wives ana daughters
on" jostled about by such cattle. If
l! the negros rub this “equality”
h.e Ltd-; business in a little our G. 0. P»
The “fellow servant nrticle com-
pels the employer of men
The Judge said 1.
will |ered the service and
right that the Count
it, si> 1, as County
let the Countv pav it
The Bulletin editor I-
repudiate an honest <
friends ought not to kick.
A man who will state a fabri-
I cation made of whole cloth and
try to cram it down his hearers
tor truth, is too small to repra-
t In* l’.ig Second District la
cong'vss. - Mr. Ferguson’s state-
ment in reference to the negro
1:1 candidate were absolutely wiith-
rt' out foundation. The Democrat-
' 1 ie eo'iimittee has all it can do to
n expense without
■r side show.
II Such p ilitical methods are left to
*i rger is the adopted son of
■publican i>arty, and if that
is taken away they could
i r elect an otficial in the state
" 1 of Oklahoma.
ave p tried k new linkers, ids at
under new raanafenienl
ever he dwarfed in the mines
sweat shops of this state
C. R. F.vkra
made whert^y a new ajiportion- ..|*,uic Musk" aud u number of tine
ment must be made by the legis- Vaudeville hills. These perform- RezlFatat* . I nil* and Insuni'
lature after the first fed 'ral cen- uUceH nre an first class. jcity Property. Bai .ms i.i lands In I
„us. and each tenth yea there- f wou)d uke to thow v„u ,nv lim. j t- **■> am-
,l1r’ . - , of Buggies Road Wagons, and Farn 1
He labored hard to gain a few u-*.,, level blaoit loai
T. B. Ferguson, who imagines but it was no Use. Pul- llv ,irr ^" . ll"'" “ l. r I ' NV„ lriV( ,
he is running for congress, was tons sltian,boats,arted and ^’n ‘he Dam mower, the I„,*s,„
in the city Tuesday night and ... , ...... dram Drill aud a Triple (cured
delivered a labored address.
A fair sized audience, made up
in good part of Democrats, was
preset to listen to him. but were
disapointed if they expected any-
you can’t stop ’er.
A. Burdette of Caldwell
L. £ LINCOLN-
Garoonters Tools, Wire* etc
thing of value from him. The Kau . well iu * »"uddr«.- :it ll,t
speaker dwelt mainly on ancient Fin.m church s.*rv - s, in th. Dmt-
history and reveled oh the record t i. tr. ai i i.*.-m, s- >’ Su,,,1:,*v-
of the Republican party in its v'‘,pt. 1 Ihc lud '"H sPl'Hk
infancy, before the trusts had the '"«« «•s,“'r l'ro,n'>1
taken it over unto themselves, tion for Rkiul....... H. i* an chi.
and as one hearer expressed it, sr*n11,11 la,n
he seemed to be running on Abe
Lincoln’s platform. Bn 13. ( Uvim prembwl at
feed Grinder, in fnct li full liue of
HarueM lfnplements amt Vehicle*.
It coat* you nothing to look them
over and get prices.
JoS Hl'NTF.K, the Humes* aud
ll is promised that “Zeke, the Best 20 ears of Ind
Country Boy.” the new rural l 2nc) best 20 ears 0f
com i« alxiv* the average of play*1
, »J II II II
of thia cla**. It ia a story of plain
jf-ilka, a.id of the style that liev.u ears,
*. ein* to gTovv old. Thouoiue.lv i*
abundant aud a very pretty heart j
st* ry if told duriug the eours. »i
WM. KYOCR, HtCKKTXMr.
:i < We buy aud sell Land and
■ K m *as Oklahoma and Texas. $4 00
h tun. PHce* rainging from
W <-’.1 improved river bottom landa, all
- I n-1 s ioDo to 130.00 per acre.
-i in- iit*in this county $300 to $tXN).
i\it CONTEST PAPERS.
See us before you sell
11,, f8i| i,. , t >>ur price* U-4 you buy.
\\Vi ot-(- t|r>irou> ui Muiuring the BEST
SAMPLE PKODl'CTS t»l THIS County and will
give Ihe. followin'! < ASl I I ’1-iEMIi.WISt
a f. i ,oo Best bundle of wheat $ i .00
.75. 2nd best " " .50
50. 5 stocks of corn with best
nts. RESONABLE PREMIUM on any
* prodtet brought us.
variety 5° c
e ’ueu i*i —- j —___________„ eoum
Touching the constitution his Rone Hill last Sunday morning un.l ',nt3!!o’e.'l1 List with Ub: We are selling Land; We have buyers; When
address was a series of misrepre- evening Tlirxe received at morn- * -*------- : ....
sentationa and mis-statonients of ing wrvice. The pa*i»r baptized
facts, which were made cither three couverta in the allernoou.
uml an enjoyable performance .* |(1
ii**urcd. See ad in thi* paper for
town call on Us.
2nd Door East, St. Elmo- Hotel*
W0 3DWARD, OKLAHOMA
a* Ia 2 1
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