Star Gazette, August 9, 1912

Star Gazette

August 09, 1912

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Issue date: Friday, August 9, 1912

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Publication name: Star Gazette

Location: Sallisaw, Oklahoma

Pages available: 2,829

Years available: 1908 - 1916

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Star Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1912, Sallisaw, Oklahoma The STAR Established 1893 VOLUME VI. and- thai; any Treasurer attei^ptini^^^ mit will be sued on hissbondi** Chicago, Aug. 7-Slttgihg "Onward, Christian Soldiers" and the "Battle" Hymn of 'the e Republic," the delegates to the first national convention of the , new Progressive party tonight.:..: acclaimed Col. Theodore Roosevelt of New York as their candidate for president and Gov. Hiram W. Johnson of California as their choice for vice'president. , single roll call'nor a ballot taken.. The delegates asked no such for--1 Dualities either .in placing their--.' candidates in nomination or im voting for them. There was not'.. � a voice in opposition either to . Colonel Roosevelt or GovernorHs Johnson. ' "j �, Other^ proceedings and inci-dents of the convention will be. ..J jiouud-onthe-seeond-Dage;* ~r - State Has 1,103 on Payroll Oklahoma City^ Aug. 4-Figures have been prepared -'byf! Frank-Grr, in charge of tax matters in the State Auditor's;;, office, to refute the charge thaffi the state has an ^unnecessarily large, number of employes;. .H||ll states that there 1,103 people ^on, the state payroll,; including^'al||| employes and elective officejrs|i from the Governor down^miS bracing' attendants In eleenjqs^ synary\':in8ti^ionsV^iAS'irn^r^ and helper at; in ;s tate^choois' S|fa |ll the_ District Judges\ndv^Bjfi^p stenographecsi ~ *,. I? He compares this : with tLe^ Pioneer�^eleptorie0 cpjn'pany, largest public slrvjce''corpora^! tionyin;^ Bas &S ;Sets^fc$5i8O^900eah^,3O0 Mi ^i^^^sA^;^||^80(^Qe(Hi ;