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   Cherokee Republican (Newspaper) - July 19, 1907, Sallisaw, Oklahoma                                Established May, 1906 The Cherokee Republican BnteiM as Bocond-ctoBB matter May IS. 1906 at the post office at Sallisaw, Ind, Ter., under the Act of Conerrcas of March S, 1879. Sallisaw, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Friday, July 19,1907 Vol. IL No. & AN INTERESTING CONVENTION S Sequoyah County Republicans Are Full of Determination. or Statehood Complying With the ^riabling Act Mr. Vi port, part heid\ , r, clock\Delegates to the State and Congressional Oonven- a confefc tions to be held at Tulsa and Tahlequah. hairman �- irient repui7r$ntz for Governor and 0. L. Rider, of Vinita, f the state t'|Tor district Prosecuting Attorney, alls attentic he origonal ( -ii * T. July 16-A cement will stai �   ., f The call                purpose of * legates to the state urposeof the          .   ^ u i,i ' 'To decide/1 ve0n     be held waeqaei   14 deiegates to hey of the        , t "Sessional     conven- on of tM. -      at ^utlarie met t^ , saw Tuesday. Judge Jac- 1   chairman of the county com- mittee called the meeting to order at 2 o'clock p. m.-. There were present 79 delegates. The airman was delegated the pow-) appoint a committee of five credentials and also a com-tee of five on resolutions. The mittees proceeded to eepar-rooms and in the course of n hour reported their work fm-ihed. Both the work q4 the cre-ntial committee &.nd resolution uraanhnously adopted. Harmony, good feeling ind intense interest prevailed throughout the convention. The Republicans of this county profoundly manifested their intentions to stick to-getber firm-� $yfand resolutely in the coming campaign provided there is one. They are bitterly opposed to the constitution as it was* before the Con. Con. reconvened, and they will fight to the last ditch the democratic attempt to steal the legislature. They unanimously indorsed Gov. Erantz for Governor of the new state. The republicans have many very prominent sound, influencing leaders in Sequoyah cpunty and they are going into the campaign with the greatest of alacarity. It is ail easy count to say that the Republicans will carry Sequoyah county by a good safe majority. ;-The following named men were elected delegates to the state convention: Delegates. ''.  R H Thompson, Roland ...� W M Rogers, Gans Geo! Gay, Sallisaw /Jim Peters, Hanson WEtff'ige, Paw Paw rown, Sallisaw DTnompson, Roland JiCennedy, Vian JH Bowers, Muldrow c, h J Lewis, Brent '� Jim Shamblin, Long f*T JJCeener, Vian | R B Patton Paw Paw %* H Barnes, Remy Frye, Sallisaw ethel, Muldrow gers, Shakespeare. McGowan City l^jScarbrough, Sand town $5inn, Sandtown f$|f'Ross, Sallisaw C Rogers, Maple . F Hamilton, City ohn K Hannah, City Alternate Delegates. Judge Kyje, Sallisaw * Jp Peters, Sallisaw-G < 0 Brown,. Gans ^|fcNo|tpMapie . ^ key with politics three days out of. the week and then make more money than you did under Democratic rule. Boys they are doing everything in their power to graft another head on that old serpent. Dr. Bryan says he thinks he can fix her up so she will live till 1S08. But Dr. Bryan is a quack. He reminds me of a story I once heard. It runs like this: A strange doctor moved into a certain neighborhood, he was a regular blowhard foist like Bryan and Haskell. . The people were afraid of him, just like they are of Bryan. This doctor never got any, practice, neither does Bryan-only tongue practice. This doctor was sitting in his office one day when a man yelled hello, at the gate. The man seemed excited, the Dr. ran out to him; the fellow had a bad swollen leg; he poked the swollen leg out toward the doctor and says: Dr., what's the matter with that * ar" leg ? The Dr. put on his specs and examined the leg carefully and says: My friend you have a bad case of the erysipelas. The fellow looked the Dr. in the eye and says, arry-h-1, a little honey bee stung my leg. - The Democrats ask Bryan what was the matter with the government during the Cleveland panic. He said il needed free silver in large doses. Now he says free silver h-1, it* the initiative and refrendum wt need. All the same Bryan will never revive the dead democracy-its too dead tq ever blow up again SALLISAW'S BANKING INSTITUTIONS ARE ERE AT. Two Trustworthy Banks Now Operating and Third One Soon Will Fe. For one to gain good intelligence of the standing of a town and its adjacent country there is no better, surer and accurate method than to take the standing of the banking institutions of that vicinity. The banking systems are good indexes of the country commercially and financially. There must be sufficient finaece in anv 332.53; total $173,G41.7l. The directors are W. H. McDonald; W.J. Hehols, J. 15- Williams,. Gus Warshauer, W. W. Wheeler,, J. Perry Wheeler, W. A. Mat ;hews, Jno. C. Gardner, allofi whom are trustworthy, frugal, sincere gentlemen. This bank m folly Vquippetf. for the satisfactorily handling ot accounts, and will certainly appreciate the privilege of doing: section to support successfully a ithe business of any reliable peri j:son. AM its officers and employes are bonded.  The First National Bank is a: very reliable stistitaison whicfc; ithe following   statement   wilt [clearly manifest: Loans $125,- good bank. From these statements, 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 country. Sallisaw now has two 13i0>5f. ev<)rdraftB $289&3;0..SL banking institutions in opera- {bonds $2fr,GG een here for,$1^m2a; real estate $2,444J25s several years\ A third system st0cks, bonds and set. $207.53fe will m the course of a few days redemption fund, $3,250.00; casfc starts it's strong lines to moving. .and ^t ^hangc m38L3�; The Merchants National Bank total $1^7,816.77. is among the strongest in the? eastern part of the Ind,  Ter. The following official, statements shows a commendable standing: Resources; Loans and discounts $121,507.72; United States Bonds $12,500.00; Parana*, on U. S-Bonds* $500.00; Real estate $10,-000.00; furniture and fixtures. $2,400.00;   redemption    fundr $625.00;   overdrafts,   $318,60; I cash and exchange $25,790.39, lr about Joplin Liabilities: Capital $25,000.? surplus, $6,000.00; undivided profits $49,820.52; circulation $25,000.00; deposit* ifc2,99S.2& The directors are A. B. Dim> Jlap. W.. Hfnes> Mf G-gains. B: -P: Lorggaiiis, May Hine�, all of whom are1 deserving, persevering-, coucientioaa personages; A. B. Dunterp ia-president, E. W. Hmes vice. 'president and casSiier, Lewir Liabilities: Capital stock, $50,-1 Moore ass'tcashiar. This bank 000.00; circulation $12,500.00; undivided profits $8,809.18; surplus $2,000.00; deposits $100,- will handle the business of any responsible person with maeh pleasure. A BIG ADVERTISEMENT H. Nakdimen is Honored as Custodian for th>t? of Policy Holders of the Equitable Life of New Names York. I. H. Nakdimen is coutractor i good.,show for Sallisaw in tfec for seven brkfc buildings to be futurewhen Mr. Krewer las� located on Elm street. I hold "with hi� feaxuS which m Sailisaw is honored by having .steady in purpose and stoitia a man-I. H. Nekdimen, who ^determination. We welcome has been appointed custodians for | such foresighted serjrs ta ouz-the names of the policy holders!midst, as. Mr. Brewer.1 Wbm of the Equitable Life af New York.   The legislature of New York has fought for a long time to enforce the insurance com-' panies to place a list of the names of the policy holders with , a reliable man in each state and territory.   This additional business for Sallisaw means much' for her reputation. It will speak very commendable  abroad for the business interests of this town.   There are thousands of the Equitable Life policy holders in Indian Territory. I. H. Nakdimen is doing building, contracting business on a large scale. He is striving to enliven every interest in . and about Sallisaw. Dr. Ferguson has closod ^ a contract with him fortwo brick buildings. The Dr. has contemplated for some time on building and now that the pressing necessity and the blooming oppor-tunityis offered he takes hold with great zeal and ardor. The Dr's build ings will be located on Elm street where Denning'sj restaurant and Pitts � Bruno's] tailor shop now stand. Mr. B. Brewer, one of Sallisaw 's most conservative ciii-.zens has contracted for two brick buildings to be situated on th  liberal reward for his return,    >   

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