Braggs Bugle (Newspaper) - April 18, 1912, Braggs, Oklahoma BRAGGS That Not His Own His Horn Shall Not be VOL. 1. APRIL 18, 1912. NO. 3. Senator P. Garfield County Senator in Race for hereby announce my candidacy for Congress at large from j the state of Oklahoma subject to the Democratic to be held in I stand upon the Democratic platform and upon my record in the state I believe in the principles of the Democratic party and be for all the people poor are entitled to the same protection as the likewise the weak as well as the A system that collect for the running expenses of the government and allows favored classes to levy a contribution ot 14.00 on the common people is system of legalized which j will sooner or later impoverish any while it enriches For County E. C. Announces His Elbert C. whose announcement appears in this issue of the Bugle is well acquainted in this His B. is a resident of E. C. it nominated by the democrats of Muskogee county on 6th will make life weary for his republican Mr. Gilliland is one of the best known and most voung democrats of the Formerly of Ft. where he has a The effects of this now being felt in tUe high cost of The old crv that the favored few must have protection in order that they may pay labor a generous wage has also been demonstrated a as the price of labor has not advanced with the cost of The interior of the nation is entitled to some consideration as well as those who live in favored and a system of good roads should be established under national To cheif aim if nominated and I earnestly ask assistance of my friends and the Democrats ot Oklahoma to support me in this And in the future as in the past those who know me will know where to find me on every This formal announcement of the candidacy of Senator does not come as a His friends has known for time that he making the Twice elected to the senate in Poultry Oklahoma i rhe industry is of far in this coun than people generally Just figure up the cash or the amount of groceries and dry egg product every You will be Let ns e of Plant a few of kaffir insure vour flock plenty of grain for the winter when eggs a- e the highest in Kaffir is a great poultry a republi an Senator Goulding has served in the legislature continuously since He has become one of the recognized leaders of the where he has rendered great service to the county to the Few men in Oklahoma have more complete or more accurate information concerning the affairs of this He has been a industrious and faithful representative of the While devoid of the he has the industry and per that accomplishes and those who know him are confident that if elected to Congress he will make a most efficient Dead Indian Cases County Court to Have Settlement of Dead D C April Metropolitan Braggs has begun to assume metropolitan airs since hose carts and fire trucks have been received and stationed at convent on south Craig on Patrick street near the water tower and one on the corner of Jefferson and A company of fire laddies will be organized and be ready for service in case of a This ought to reduced our fire insurance rate very I want to buy a milk Address K. Braggs Box 133. The house Indian affairs committee agreed to report favorably the Owen conferring the power to settle the so-called of Oklahoma upon the probate courts of the The measure already has the senate and today Representative agreed to substitute the Owens measure for his Should he have insisted on action on his own measure the matter would have had to go to the house and senate conferees and delay would have been The action of the committee today insures early and quicker settlement of the hundreds of dead claims cases in the state have keot clear land titles tied up in a maze of Cherokee j The Cherokee payment which those interested signed the roll rolls last week will bring into this immediate something like While it is small amounts to each individual it sums up to a good liberal This sum circulated will help out very many frie s. a a large acquaintance with the people of the county with whom he has come into contact while serving as a deputy in the offices of the county treasurer and f ior His Record and efficiency commend him to all who know and his uniform courteousness and obliging disposition have made him a prime He pledges his best effort to the duties ot the office to which he aspires and promises to give to it his entire His motto will economy and Sow More ire sowing 11 us and we want to com their so do in 4f. While October as a IS the best time to sow this croTs the ground is in excellent condition now to warrant a good start The main object to spring sowing is that crab or orchard usually comes on with the young alfalfa plant and smothers it while in the fall this evil IS We want to see more of this f roduct grown whether sown in the spring or want acre of land at a call at this '