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from Minco Ministral: OC 1
illu many olVicus to bo filled tliis
yonr, nnt For which candidal o -
Kill bo finluctwl at tliu primary on
.August (5th tliorc in liouo of moro
importance to tlio peoplo than
Hint of atiito honator, and nono
for which moro caroful Boluc-'
lion should bo mado by tho
votors, if thoy would bo Horv j
thoirown intoroflts as woll aa of
our country nnd statu.
.' Jn looking for a man who will !
in ovory way lill this impoitant .
position to the satisfaction of his j
oonstituoncy, tho imino of John ;
D. Puah of Anndnrkn, who it a
rindiilntc fur tho office of statu
twnnlnr for tho district compris
To tho oitiv.ons and voters of tho
Gfty of Anadarko:
Notico is horoby given thnt II.
C. Dorgdorf was removed from
oillco as acting Mayor on the Silt
day of July, LUIS; and that tho
call issued by him for an election
to ho hold on tho Hnl day of Au
gust, 1912, for tho purposo of
electing freeholders to fnuno a
charter for tho Oity of Aniularko,
in without authority of law and is
therefore illegal and void.
The undersigned was, on the
,9th day f July, l'.l2, elected by
' tho Council as President thoroof,
nnd thereby became acting Mayo
of tho city ; and as soon as tho in
junction issued by C. Ross flume,
county iiudgo of this county, re
straining six members of tho
council from porfon-ing thoir du
ties as such, is dissolved, 1 will
proceed to porfonn all tho duties
of Acting Mayor and if a petition
is piostmtod for tho adoption of a
chr.rtor form of govoinmont in
this oity, I will oall an election for
that puriKMo at oticu.
K. R Campbell,
Uridgoport, July 28. Jumping
from tho uppor story of tho sanit
torium oarly this morning T.
L. Garrison of Duncan, Oku., re
caivd injuries from which hediod
Mr. Garrison was woll known In
this sootion in tho oarly days and
was shoritl" of Montague county
for six yoara. He was under
trontuiuntfor iwdagrn. Friday ho
submitted to au operation for the
trans Ciision of blood, which whs
?. pparontly suouessful, and Would
probably havo recovered except
for his fatal leapfrbtu tht window.
Now is the time tojt iriif jmr
rhouinutlKm. You can "pul
ing ChamlHirlaln'b Lin' d -v.
saK'io' I' parts Im-K
tlor. Kor hale bv a
ing Caddo and Grady counties,
should bo born first in tho voters
consideration, as ( is a man of
tho higher! integrity and ability.
Mr. Pugh is a native of Texas and
a lifo long dcmocJat, and has boon
county clork of Caddo County for
two torms. Ho is brilliant young
man who can and wii represent
his district with credit and ability
should ho bo Hioson as one of tho
two sonatorfl to which this district
is untitled. Mr. Pugli lias many
ardent supporters among,. thoso
who aro host ablo to judgo his
qualifications by reason of a
olosi' ucipinintnnccshtp thoir roc
oiumuiidHtioii is the strongest ar
gument for his nomiuntian.
Thin 0 It the ! of the headache
that he hod when he started for tlio
banauet. And this o Is tho slio of
tho headache that kept him out ot
shuroh. ChloRRo Ilocord-Hernld.
Qeniuse Not Good Companions.
Tho wlfo of ChnrleB Dickons Is re
torted to havo onco said: "I suppose
tho world noods n few geniuses, but
tt'a a dreadful fate to havo to live with
ouo of thorn." Mrs. Carlylo eald the
samo thing in substanco u groat many
Would Not Part With Dog.
Not only In I-'nglund and America,
but In German), fknrlors pay high
prices for dogs At the recent hl
bttlon of dogs at Casfcol a Frenchman
offered $3,000 for a police dog. Tho
dog belongs to 8ergeant Dacker, who
refused tho tempting offer, observing
that hlB dog should not quit Oermany
at any price.
Rich Find of Old Sliver Coins.
Moro than 2,000 silver coins have
been found In a field near IUbe, tho
oldest town In tho west coast of Jut
land. In Denmark. Tho coins are ot
tho "ehort-cross" typo, lssuod in Kng
land under Henry H., Richard 1.. John,
and Ilonry III., but always boar'ng
tho nnme of Henry, aud chiefly of
tho mints ot London, Cuutorbury and
Men Tl.t Oo Women's Work.
ini Hi; aome of the Ameilcan Indl
fci i Ibes of the soi thwostern United
8 ., says wrtnr t Wide World
f astue, there 1 a rurlouk custom
men occasionally assuming the
work of women as a life occupation.
This, when It occurs, Is voluntarily un
dertaken, and - :iir to bo due to a
profcronco for fumtulno labors, tho
man sinking his Identity as far as pos
sible by ucBumlng woman's garb.
Picked Up Ant .-t Scotch Coin.
A unique, amuM coin dated 167
was picked up m . ntl.v by Mr. George
Jackson, of Johrifhaven, Klncardln
shire, Scotland, while ho was worklnn
In his garden. On tho ono side is the
crossod sword rrJ scepter with the
crown, jind on tao other a 8cotch
thistle, with tho dnto over the top
"Hib. Rex" can be distinctly read.
The small copper coin. Just tho stir
of a present-day sixponce, la la ex
Use of Cement aved Bridges.
At Hamburg tlioro aro two bridge
the masonry of which was threatening
to fall in ruins, being traversed by
lnnume'ablo cracks ot varying site
A remarkable process lias Just bren
made use of to rejuvenate these
hrldnefc A nutHn r of -re
bored throuphru; m. . -
ve acr ,!'- imt
t wa - , - ' ''!'-
ire I' .. -.
. of t
OKLAHOMA'S SENATOR SUBMITS
HIS VIEWS TO VOTERS
PEOPLE SHOULD RULE
That Is the Keynote of His Platfsrtn
Government Principles Sen
ator Owen Btlleves In and
I rtictfiilly submit to you, the
itl7cns of Oklahoma, the principles
I lioMjinment in which I believe and
lilt It I rfliMll advocate, subject to the
iHtrtit-tlnns of the people of Oklahoma.
Th) Jj.-'Ui tory IntentktH liae laid
heir cr. ff hands on tho power of
if nir.i..t controliing cotigresmon,
ua ort . tMdrnts. leglxlatures and
ourn c have thus prevented
Ki' tl' " I'd admlnistrathe relief.
hir agiiiy has been machine poll
icr. i-rfiuL't'I" ontrlbutlons, corrupt
retore it Is noFtilble to imus, fr
iont embarrassment, tho statutes ntc-
..'" t: aflflisli i. lal and Industrial
uistlcc In the I'nltetl itntcs by the con
rol of monopoly; of public utilities;
of the tariff. It Is at soluteiy necessary
to put tho Government llrell in the
'lands of the people. There are cer
inln great fundamental statutes no
cessary to establish the peoples' rule.
Kor tins rcaton, as your fonotor, 1
have given Intonse energy to the eb
tnbllshmeut of the peoples' rule by
speeches In the Senate nnd before
representative hot fa of men from
lloston to Seattle; by articles In the
public press, by stimulating progress
ive writers: nnd Hpenkcra; by circu
larizing progressive neuupapors. mag
azines, anil editors throughout the
D tho peoples' rule, 1 mean thos
statutes by which tho people honestly
registered, can exercise their will In
the iiuminatlon and election of their
public servants; by which they can
Initiate any law they do want, and
veto by referendum any law thov
do not want; anil by which corrupt
practices and machine politics can be
When I entered the Senate, only
one Hide of Oklahoma had the Initiat
ive nnd referendum, In an effective
There are now thirty-two btates
that either have already adopted, or
are on the point t adopting this vit
ally necessary reform, Including such
states so wldelv scattered as Maine,
California. Florida. Washington, Illi
nois, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts,
Colorado, Wisconsin nnd Ohio.
We aro entering on an era of tho
greatest Improvement of Oovernment
the world has ever seen, and with it
will come an era of mngulticent indus
trial, social, civic end physical devel
opment of our people. 1 bellovo with
Abraham Uncoln that all tho people
know moro than some of tho people.
nd-I profoundly believe that the body
of ine people h.p inspired by tno
Rrnce of (lod nnd that their rule will
bo Intelligent, conservative and be
nevolent in the highest degree.
An abstract of my Legislative rec
ord hns beon submitted to you, or will
he furnished to any citizen upon re
quost of II I.. Rolon, Esq.. Amor.
Nnt. Hank Hldg., Oklahoma City.
The Issue as to who shall repre;
sent the State of Oklahoma In tho
lTnitod States Senate Is not a ques
tion to bo determined by the ambition
or the interest of any individual who
Is a candidate, but by the Interests
of the State of Oklahoma and of the
nolleing that you should clearly
know what the principles are upon
which a candidate solicits your sup
fort, I submit the following:
PIIINCIPLES OF GOVERNMENT
NEEDED THROUGHOUT THE
8TATES OF THE UNION A3 A
CONDITION PRECEDENT TO
COMPLETE LEGISLATIVE AND
ADMINISTRATIVE RELIEF BY
THE FEDERAL AND STATE GOV
ERNMENTS: 1st. 1 favor an honost registration
act to register all citlieus entitled to
vote and to exclude all persons not
entitled to vote. This should exclude
the machine from registering Khocts,
fictitious persons and floaters.
Slid I favor the mandatory direct
prlmarv, covering all publlo officers,
from constable to President, with a
firfct, secoud aud third choice, thus se
curing majority nominations instead of
plurality nominations; the short ballot
and the Australian ballot throughout
3rd. I favor a thoroughgoing cor
rupt practices act, with publicity of
campaign contributions, the strictest
limitation of the uso of money in elec
tions, forbidding coercion, bribery, un
due solicitation nnd nil frauds.
4th. l favor tho publicity pamphlot
issued by the State fit State expense,
postage free, said pamphlet to be fur
nlshod to every citlzon giving an ab
stract of tho argument In favor of and
agaliiBt public monsures and In favor
of nnd against public candidates, at
least thirty days before the election.
6th. I fnvor the initiative nnd rofor
endum by which the people can Init
iate any laws thoy do want and voto
any laws thev do net want.
th i favor th niHil of recall of
public officials, by Impeachment, by
act of legislature, by short tenure of
office and by popular vote, wherever
and whenever the people find It neces
sary ; and I Should like to see this np
)ly to I'nlted Stntea Senators. . '
7th. i favor t i-,ndncnt of tho
Constlt'ifon" ' ' l'v d Stntes, to
maki' ' j i ' o'te
of tb - . . , tmB
Upl'll i ... , , ,,.
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"' ' eii ueiuli
SENATOR J. B. TnOMBOW
A PARTING WORD TO HI
FRIEND AT THE CLOSE OF
Te The Democrats ef OMahemel
The campaign for Congressman at
lerge is now nearly at aa end. 1 hare
traveled over the State from eenaty
to county as much at the limited
time at my disposal would permit that
1 might let the people know for what
I stand, and 1 have In addition to
this, through Die newspapers, at
tempted to reach every Democratic
voter in Oklahoma that he might
know what kind of a Democrat I am
and the principles ror ninth I stmd
before b, casts M ballot.
Now that the campaign is nearlx
over 1 feel absolutely certain thin
I will be one of the Democratic nom
inees, If my friends will but go to
the polls und vote for me. There
are twenty-night candidates on the
ticket for Congressman at Large, and
when tho voter reaches that part of
the ticket which refers to Congress
men at Lnrge hit will find thnt the
names of the various candidates ap
pear in the following order:
FOR CONGRESSMAN AT LARGE
(Vote for Three)
nODERT LEE ADDERTOK.
QBO. L. BOWMAN.
TRBD P. BRANSON.
J. T. CALLAHAN.
W. J. CAMPDELU
D. R. CARPENTJja.
D. V. CUMMINS.
R. E. ECI10L8. .,.-. ',
M. P. EQOHRMAN.
WM. T. FIELD.
WILLIAM M. FRANKLIN,
W. V. GILMER.
PAT J. OOULDING. .
J JACK G. HARLET.
j N. D. HAYS.
I Augustus e, nray.
WILLIAM W. JANE8.
WM. n. MURRAT.
LESLIE G. NIDLACK,
MOMAN PRUIETT. ,
J. B. A. ROBERTSON. ,
LESLIE P. ROSS,
JOE B. THOMPSON. y.H
I wnnt to call the attention of the
voter to tho position my namo will
occupy on the ticket. It is NEXT TO
THE LAST name in the FIRST COL-
'UMN of the oulclal ballot. So when
i you go Into the booth and aoouro your
ballot run down the FIRST COLUMN
I ot tho ballot until you come to tho
name JOE II. THOMPSON, whloh Is
'NEXT TO THE LAST name In tho
i FIRST COLUMN, and is under tho
I head of CONGRESSMAN AT LARGE,
stamp the squnro In front of thnt
name nnd you will hnvo voted tor me.
JOE D. THOMPSON.
The KnterprlG Is just compIetlnK a '
gresBinan at Large Return cards
wcro sent to every Democratic news
paper In the state asking that the
blanks be filled Indicating the three
randldates whom It was believed
would receivo the highest number of
votes in that locality. The Editors
wore asked to not allow their own
wishes to Influcnco tho report but to
just glvo thoir unbiased opinion. We
aro glad to state that as the reports
continue to como in, the already hand
some lend of J. P Thompson of this
city continues to grow. We expoeted
Mr. Thompson to lead, but when theso
reports show uiui one of the three fa
vorites In ninety per cent of the differ
ent localities of the st , it was
evn more than we had anticipated
Still "thero should be no surprise nt
this. There is uot a man In the -nto
who has done more, for the Dcno
emtio party than Joo Thompson m.d
the Democrats seem determined to re
ward film with one of tho three posi
tions as Congressman from tho statu
at large. Pauls Valley Enterprise.
Governor Loo Crco.5 f fi
Lt. Gov. J. J. MoAliBtor.
Att'nyGonornl Chas. J. WobL
Sea Stnto Bon F. HnrriBOD
Auditor Leo Moyore.
Stnto Trons. RobortJDnnlop.
Examiner nnd IiiBp. Chas. A
Corporation Commission Jaok
Love, Chairman, Geo. A. Hon
Bhnw, A. I Wnton.
Ju tico Supromo Court John
B. timer, Chiof Justice, Josso
J. Dunn, M. J. Knno, Sninuol W.
Hnys, Robert. EI. "Williams.
Clerk Supremo Court W. H.
Criminal court of Appeals
Qonry JI. Furinnn, Thomas JI.
Doylo, James R, Armstrong.
Commissioner Insurance 1.
Commisionor Labor Charles
Supt. PubJust. R. H. JVil.
U. S. Senators Thos P. Goro.
Robt. L. Owon.
Congressman, 2nd DisL Dick
Dist. Judge, loth Dist F.M,
Stnto Sonators15th Dist Joe
Membort. Legislature G. M.
Fullor, H. N. Christian.
Flotorial Rop. Dan Perry.
County Judgo Ross 0. Hume.
County Clork JohnPugh
, Dist. Clork T. G.Oelko.
Shoriff A. J. Blankenship.
County Attornoy IH Korr
Registor ofDocds Bon F Coop
qr County Treas Ed M West
County surveyor M E, .Mouse
County Commissioners Clyde
Thompson, A. B. Gentry, S. E.
'J. E. Whito
R. M. Campbell;
D. C- Evans
0. C. Wester
H. Bun in
J. M. Dixon
II. C. Borgdou"
Wm. JIcFaydon, City Atty
Chas. Mullor, Polico Judgo
C. P. Mclvnight, Citv Clork
Charlie Slomp, Chief Firo Dopt
Noil Kunkel, Electrician
Frank Ilolloy, Chief of Policn
Ralph Harrison, Asst. Chief
R. L. Nelms, Street Com
Or trade for a good alfalfa
farm or one that can be used
for .alfalfa raising. For Infor
mation call or write
irony of Fato.
The rt-ony of fate was disclosed In
the story of tho man who In an effort
to escape a trolley car and an auto
mobile wos rue ovor by a hearse.
New York World
The proprietors of a Siamese news
paper bnvo distributed handbills con
talnlng the following uotlco: "Th
news of EngliBh wo tell tho latest
'.Vrit in perfectly style and most ear
llest. Do a rnurdor git commit, we
hear of and tell lt. Do a mighty
chief die, wo publish Jt, nnd In bor
ders of Bombro. Staff bed each ono
bocn colleged, and write like tho Kip
ling and the Dickens. We circle ev
ery town nnd extortionate not for
advertisements. Buy It, Buy it. Tell
each of you IN greatness for Rood.
Ready on Friday, Number &nt,m.
Everybody' Magazine, '
B Powder 1
For this is
the baking A
g powder that B
g "makes tho
m baking better." f
M It leavens thefood g
J evenly throughout; a
puffs it up to airy
I lightness, makes ft V
m ing and wholesome. -
5 is moderate in price
u highest in quality. 1
Ask your grocer for
ff Calumet. Don't take V
It f3 a very serious matter to ask
for one medicine and have the
wrong one given you. For this
reason we urge you In buying to
be careful to get the genuine
The repo.atlon of this old, relia
ble medicine, for constipation, in
digestion and liver trouble, is firm
ly established. It does not imitate
other medicines. It is better than
others, or it would not be the fa
vorite liver powder, with a larger
buc loan m: otners combined.
SOLD IN TOWN Fa
This is not a Contest
Everyone Gets a Trip
For full particulars 'write before
the 500 are all made up.
600 North Broadway
Oklahoma it.v, C klahom
Best to Do It Wall.
If you are gofne to kick at all it !i
Just aa well to got there with both
Many a good man says "I done It
TKit that Is nnt what makes hixa goc-i