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Cherokee Republican (Newspaper) - July 19, 1907, Sallisaw, Oklahoma Established 1906 The Cherokee Republican as matter May IS. 1906 at the post office at under the Act of of March 1879. Cherokee Indian July 19,1907 Vol. IL No. & AN INTERESTING CONVENTION S Sequoyah County Republicans Are Full of or Statehood Complying With the Act Mr. Vi part to the State and Congressional a tions to be held at Tulsa and hairman for Governor and 0. L. of f the state district Prosecuting alls he ( * T. July 16-A cement will stai f The call purpose of * legates to the state the u ' be held 14 to hey of the t on of - at met saw Judge 1 chairman of the county com- called the meeting to order at 2 o'clock p. There were present 79 The airman was delegated the appoint a committee of five credentials and also a of five on The proceeded to and in the course of n hour reported their work Both the work the committee resolution good feeling ind intense interest prevailed throughout the The Republicans of this county profoundly manifested their intentions to stick resolutely in the coming campaign provided there is They are bitterly opposed to the constitution as it before the and they will fight to the last ditch the democratic attempt to steal the They unanimously indorsed Gov. Erantz for Governor of the new The republicans have many very prominent influencing leaders in Sequoyah and they are going into the campaign with the greatest of It is easy count to say that the Republicans will carry Sequoyah county by a good safe following named men were elected delegates to the state R H Roland W M Gans Sallisaw Hanson Paw Paw Sallisaw Roland Vian JH Muldrow h J Brent Jim Long Vian | R B Patton Paw Paw H Remy Sallisaw Muldrow McGowan City Sand town Sandtown Sallisaw C Maple F City ohn K City Alternate Judge Sallisaw * Jp 0 Gans Brent 0 Ben W Foreman T F Paw Paw Long Delegates to it W Gans J W Long W R Sallisaw E M Sallisaw W C Davis Benge T D Vian Henry Maple A J Sandtown Judge Sallisaw W C Sallisaw H C Hanson Marion Muldrow Hugh Ft Smith A E Sallisaw Alternates H J Ft Smith Joe Hanson John Rocky Point Paw Paw Jajce Maple ' W R Brent Perry A finance committee of three T. J. of Treasurer and J no. K. of was appointed by the This committee is to handle the campaign All donating to these make direct remittance to the K. I. July 16, the Republicans of Sequoyah county in a convention assembled declare as We affirm Our loyalty to and confidence in the great cardinal principles of the Republican It is the only party that is built upon principles adapted to the requirements and necessities of one and all of the people of the United Time has demonstrated that the interests of mankind are best and civil harmony and prosperity best accomplished and extended when entrusted to its guardian care and We are especially proud of the administration of Theodore and declare him to be the present exponent of the principles of the Republican and pronounce him to be without an equal as a statesman of the present We commend his policies in the direction of the affairs of the government and especially his telling and decided action against and of grafters and commercial and his high standard of requirements of efficiency and honesty in the administration of public We endorse Hon. Frank Frantz in his actions in relation to the proposed constitution of and heartily endorse him of We favor statehood | Happenings of Miller Ridge granted at our request by a Republican congress and a Republican and aided materially by the efforts of a Republican delegate and a Republican But we do not want statehood at the demanded by a malicious partisan spirited Democratic We wili not sacrifice justice and equality before the law and will not stand for a Democratic steal of the We denounce the proposed constitution as it was before the constitutional tion reconvened as un American and entirely It does not comply with the enabling nor conform to the Federal nor harmonize with the Declaration of It was framed by a large majority blinded with sudden possessions of political power frenzied by strictly partisan and sectional malice whose actions toward the Republican delegates was conscienceless and In this parchment Democracy has shown to the world again that it would badly misuse the power and confidence given it by the people and that it is entirely incompetent to wield the reigns of governmental We again denounce this proposed constitution in its present reported ite framers with being for attempting to murder by persistently trying to cram this pernicious instrument down the throats of an unwilling We pledge ourselves for the constitution when it and plies with the enabling the Republicans th we declare for a county and township the gerrymander made by the present county districting board as done through and and in keeping in line with present state W. R. T. J. O. D. W. J. EPWORTH LEAGUE At the Methodist Sunday July 22 at 3:30 p.m. You are most cordially invited to attend the -' in PROGRAM Opening Prayer Beatitudes Hymn Scripture reading Leaders me not O Gentle In what way have we demonstrated the blessedness of religion in our own W. O. Luton What ground have we for a lofty estimate of Alvin Address by Rev. Hymn Open Let each Leaguer bring Epworth Mrs. W. O. Pres Talk to i Your correspondent has been on the puny list the past i General Green and his land Captain Weed have been from Miller but they destroyed considerable property before we ousted Hay cutting and bailing will be the order of the day for the next four Kinsey has a fine lot of it ready for Frank Miller has been quite sick but is ready for seining Better stay out of the creek it will make j I don't hardly know how to commence on politics this I have harped on the poor old dead Democracy until I am almost ashamed to show up any more of the When I say dead I mean dead I mean the head of the reptile is course it will wiggle its tail and flop about for a few more years but you just as well pick out you? bearers and sharpen up your pick and spade for you will need them in the year 1908. You had better treat the poor old thing as kindly as possible for she is sinking steadily and Now I'll tell you how I stand on the initiative and 1 am in favor of it if the Democrats into but the Republicans don't need it. We always elect trusty I'll tell people any political party advocates the initiative and is afraid of It shows they are afraid of their platform and shows that they have no confidence in legislative I believe you need the but have confidence in their Now brother Republicans wake up and let's carry Sequoyah Let's put a quietus on the tail wiggling in Sequoyah Don't say 1 have no time to monkey with You could afford to with politics three days out of. the week and then make more money than you did under Democratic Boys they are doing everything in their power to graft another head on that old Dr. Bryan says he thinks he can fix her up so she will live till 1S08. But Dr. Bryan is a He reminds me of a story I once It runs like A strange doctor moved into a certain he was a regular blowhard foist like Bryan and The people were afraid of just like they are of This doctor never got neither does tongue This doctor was sitting in his office one day when a man yelled at the The man seemed the Dr. ran out to the fellow had a bad swollen he poked the swollen leg out toward the doctor and what's the matter with that * leg The Dr. put on his specs and examined the leg carefully and My friend you have a bad case of the The fellow looked the Dr. in the eye and a little honey bee stung my - The Democrats ask Bryan what was the matter with the government during the Cleveland He said il needed free silver in large Now he says free silver the initiative and wt All the same Bryan will never revive the dead too dead tq ever blow up again SALLISAW'S BANKING INSTITUTIONS ARE ERE Two Trustworthy Banks Now Operating and Third One Soon Will For one to gain good intelligence of the standing of a town and its adjacent country there is no surer and accurate method than to take the standing of the banking institutions of that The banking systems are good indexes of the country commercially and There must be sufficient in anv 332.53; total The directors are W. H. J. 15- Gus W. W. J. Perry W. A. Mat C. whom are sincere This bank m folly for the satisfactorily handling ot and will certainly appreciate the privilege of section to support successfully a ithe business of any reliable peri AM its officers and employes are The First National Bank is very reliable ithe following statement wilt Loans good From these or rather from the banking facilities in Sallisaw we can arrive at a fair conclusion as to the commercial support in Sallisaw and it's surrounding Sallisaw now has two 13i0>5f. banking institutions in tion and here real estate several A third system bonds and will m the course of a few days redemption starts it's strong lines to ^t The Merchants National Bank total is among the strongest in eastern part of the The following statements shows a commendable Loans and discounts United States Bonds on U. Real estate furniture and redemption I cash and exchange lr about Joplin Capital undivided profits circulation The directors are A. B. Mf May all of whom are1 A. B. E. W. Hmes and Lewir Capital Moore This bank 000.00; circulation undivided profits surplus deposits will handle the business of any responsible person with maeh A BIG ADVERTISEMENT H. is Honored as for of Policy Holders of the Equitable Life of New Names I. H. is i for Sallisaw in for seven buildings to be Mr. Krewer located on Elm I hold which m is honored by having in purpose and a H. who We welcome has been appointed custodians for | such foresighted ta names of the policy as. Mr. Wbm of the Equitable Life af New The legislature of New York has fought for a long time to enforce the insurance panies to place a list of the names of the policy holders with a reliable man in each state and This additional business for Sallisaw means for her It will speak very commendable abroad for the business interests of this There are thousands of the Equitable Life policy holders in Indian I. H. is doing contracting business on a large He is striving to enliven every interest in and about Dr. Ferguson has a contract with him brick The Dr. has contemplated for some time on building and now that the pressing necessity and the blooming offered he takes hold with great zeal and The Dr's build ings will be located on Elm street where restaurant and Pitts tailor shop now Mr. B. one of Sallisaw 's most conservative has contracted for two brick buildings to be situated on of the Commercial hotel our careful citizens grasp tJie business interests of our towm she is bound to toom in a strong healthy Another one business pushers Dr. T. is up shonlder to shoulder in the grout building with his does not intend to permit his eyelids go shut to the demands now He is ready and willing to hands the enterprising citizens of Sallisaw and make her a city of no mediocre Dr. K ell earn has ed with H. far three bricks to be located on Elm This street will be wafted with brick buildings on sides from Choctaw tm Cherokee and as it thus be walled name is tor lie changed from Elm street im Wall which tlie bricks are completed v. ill be it a very appropriate S. bay pony last fi on Illinois river above The pony is. a dark hay 141-2 hands big wiare cut om hind Will liberal reward for his
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