Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 24, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 15, 1911 Page: 18 of 23
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I I I - l MM V i III! l si M M HIMM. . M 'I "III II II 111
Tulsa I'i'hnlstirtng i'o. are now
1 ' " "" I im Third Urn i r-
'"' " "i "i ill i in .i.i I. i work
Iiuwide.1 Hum flhailgl adt
Pay a oily loan na have a
vary attractive proposition Iq
Mil- a 1 1 mi Building and L an
Aaaootation. Our Farm Loan
connections nre tha erj bi -t
uu can git. dt'o us tod iy.
Gua ra n t ee
Loan and In-
Sit. 5 VUtM Ird m Phone mi.
.1 Oil s IHUHV
lELU OF TAKING
l Vt II V I o IN ri I N III -I
I I N I It MVs HI st Klltl M
i ihh i n i in i n.
OF THE BEST
For the least
108 N. Main
The Money Saving
A New Light on Auto Lubrloa-
ii. hi. Vlaoolina Auto Olla. with-
OUt a peer us to Quality. Not
tha Chi ap Kind at a Fancy
Prloa but th Claaaleat Product
nn t ho inarki't nt Any Price.
Let U Demonatrate this Truth.
KEROSENE KID CO.
's a Good
m a imnwi
Made to your individ-
ual measure. Some-
thing better if you
310 1-2 S'JTUH MAINi
Open Evenings S lo 9
We Wash More
than It Is poMlbla fol any washer-
woman 10 do or for yuu to do at
Boma with jour limited faciiitiee.
In the first place e use a gr.at
deal mure water Your clothes are
thoroughly an'l evenly immersed. Ua-
sldes thin we change the water oft-
ener six times during the profile
Again w uae hotter water iurcr soap
and more ol It better blueing etc
And a very Important r na.in Is that
all the clothes ar- kept In constant
motion In the water during the en-
tire process thus thoroughly washing
every part of each piece.
ot It WAGON Wil l. M i-
I'll. MIC 8N.
HON IS PUSTIVE
Mellow- I o.i M.M hi Jail at I'nu-
Imska Ma) lie lutplifoU'd in
the Dkeeg Robbery.
ii newspaper Inter lew
"Stringer" v. Kenton thi
ipturer ol noted cnmlni
since Willi g Ii.
' K I.i) u
Robert V nton and nick w al .
I deput) 1 1 i nr. ha simi au.t killed Kl-
I mor Mi'l'rday a bed Is s nted train
robber In tha Osage wllda thirty-
cm hi mill .loin Pawhuaka. lal . . u
was s un i inn! night by Wax Id
i rapoi t. r Kenton was in Tu bi
I iween traina on hli way to i leve-
land Ukla to Pawhuaka hi- home.
Fenton is a state enforcemeni offl
oar a deputy sheritf ami a Hp. . i of-
J fleer for lha Katy railroad. Hi la re-
ported to in. the beat pistol shot in
I I ik la !i.n a and is the man who . apl ui -ad
and land .1 behind the ban Henry
siarr the fai Oklahoma outlaw
I Fenton hai aaalated In tha capture ..i
man noted nrimlnala and In tha
Inten lew he gave out laal n i;t ha
! Intimated thai the captur train
robber Mj't'rday a few day a-o
marked the beginning of the end of
one of the mots notorious train hold-
up gang! In th mntry and tha
nanus ami deedi ol whoae membera
oonatltu tea big page In Ihe annala of
For tha paat week two men have
been confined in the count) jail at
PawhuaUa and the offlcera ha tre-
fully guarded the prlaoner'a Identity
i.ut Fenton intimated iat nlgltl thai
tins.- two men wen. members of the
pang that held up the Kat) passen-
ger train at Okeaa ukla.. two weeks
ago ami who have bet en reaponaible
for some of tha most daring train
hold-ups in rcent years.
"I cannot give you definite infor-
mation aboul the men who have been
arretted" said Fenton "but soon i
believe we will be ready to announce
the final breaking up of a big ...i .; r
train robbera who have been pussllng
the officers of tha entire u.st and
north for months."
T.ocal officers say that Fenton la
undoubtedly one of the beat chasers of
criminal! In the bualneaa and thai
Fenton lu-.s i n working for weeks
in nn effort to bring to an end the ca-
reer of this one particular tti.tni Is
their bi lief
Fenton'a business at Cleveland and
Tulsa yesterday was In this connec-
tion ii is thought in a cool matter
of fact way. as thought the capture
of n deaperate criminal were part
of every .lay's bualneaa with him
Fenton luld briefly the story of the
oaptlre of Elmer McUrday alias
Frank Cnrtlss alias Frank Davla
alias Fr nk I lay.
"To begin with" eald Fenton.
"Mct'rday lias been pos lively identi-
fied as .me of the men who held up
the Katy train at Okeaa and who
participated in the big holdup of the
Missouri Pacific train near Coffey-
Villa last March. He also 'e k part
In numerous other holdups accord-
ing to definite Information we have
"Our posse nf three Started on the
trail of the nkesa robbers the next
day alter the robbery. We were
familiar villi the wild countrj In
the Osage Nation ami realized thai
the robbers having the start on us
had nil the best of things for olever
hiding ptacea abound In thai section.
The uanK. as is usual with organiza-
tion! of criminals must have split up
soon after leaving ihe scene of the
hold-UP for our trail dwindle. I .Iowa
to one man. We had been SOOllttl -for
nn entire night and a day When
on the nd night aboul 1 o'clock.
we for. e.I MoUrdaJT to take ri fege 111
a barn on the well-known Charlie
Bevard ranch which Is four and n
half miles southwest of Chautauqua
Springs and six miles southeast of
Caney on the Hlg Caney river.
"The bandit had gotten on very
friendly terms w.th a man Iking on
the ranch and th a friend we sent
to tin. barn In winch McUrday was
barricaded lo 111 Mcl'rdei thai we
ha.t bun sui rounded and were (M
i.i ia iii mill took him di ad
oi Dive and thai he had lielai give up
Hm must have i" i n a nirvi fellow
ami gam- too. bocAUM on the thru
different occasion! thai we sent the
meeeenisf lo thi bam with i re
qUOll fOI tile I. all III lo l u nder
VI . I I.I i . lit I.. k wold that w e
could 0 to the devil
"We I III II lie. nil d to .Is- III Oil
the i am latermitied lo avoid blood-
hed it pi -slide. Bui mi brother.
Bob) go in ar ihe plai e ori w
.lid and Iramedlatel) Mot rdei open
sd tire upon him McUrdaj wail
armed with a shotgun and a "iv
shooter a. i bad plenty of ammunt-
no brothi r. thai it ttled n IVe know
OS kepi ill If I n ibOUl tile I .11 II 111
Tin- in: i m the barn retui m d our
fire and also kepi nan dm poslton.
r the rustling ..t t he ha) on wh' h
he steppi 'I II could PI el I llclirlN
tell ii .- p. titlun l or in it an hour
the baill continued and n w.m only
.if I er Hli en I ii I ii ii I . lln a shot
ha.i come from Ihe barn thai we en
tared lb.- i lie . mid found MoCrdaj '
stone dead silting in an upright po 1
-In. hi. h s shotgun in his bin.. 1.- and
the two she Is he had just plan d in 1
Ho- barrels overed with blood. A
charge of phot from Dick
u illlami shotgun h id prob-
ab) kiiie.i him having hit
him in i he neck a bullet fr on m
Uuger automatic had also went
straight through the center of nus
of his suspenders straps and nearly
through Ihe right aide of his body
"e w are over I a elva In iun in
inking the body o ir tin- wild and
aluios Impaaalhle roads liack to
Pawhuaka it was oi f the long ni
fights i ev.r had with a criminal."
' Were you ever mar the range of
his bullets?" Fen on was asked.
"Well" he r plied a ith s la i n ti .
"once i got behind a little post and
stinted liunx. Met n In. spied me
ami ihe i diets began chipping the
edges of Ihe p. .si and splitting the
dirt at my feet to I d i.i. .1 to move
to a better place."
"And say " called Fenton as he 1
ran lo eatull his train "there's a
mighty lug storj you can get i n if
you try "
PI UH l tail 'Ns III 1 I UN I lli iM
COKsUHTOH) Ml l I I Nl..
Riguiar l ull M' tin i i ' i grg
pal in Hist oi i ii huiu io
Right Tulaani who alt. ndi .1 ih 1
regular 'all reunion of the Oklahoma
i naiitori ui ' i ui 1 1 1 h on i tttobor i o-
ii It returned home Friday morn
Ing The class at t his n union was
oi Hie ieraei in nie ntator) o(-
the class. J. Burr Illbboni as made
secretin and Bet v. Bcott is one
I the v I e-pl'i-Md his
The flan ibis i named lha
'ham I erhun m . m.. i al last in honor
of the supreme sjben lur) of the south-
ern jni is h iion. it h died recently In
i hotel in St I... uis while ii ins wa)
from Teaal to W lahlngton to attend
the supremi lodge
i me hui died and two candidates
starti d in the a tt nuthr a and
seventy-five of tins number took thi
thirty -. mid d groe.
Th.- .las according to usual cua
torn will pur. has. present for lha
temple ai rjuthrle to Im pieced In thi
building A huge ei trie .1 ehltide-
ller w ii probabl) eonitlluti the giit
ami no- nn m reach member f
the lirge "lass win i ngravia
In ihe .lass were the following
w t BpoM Mm ..in Postoak. s a
Anderson. John I. Ilalley F V. fury.
a. r. i iinnini .1 Burr 01 ib us ami
' ii. Ham.
:iv N I'D II tKI X.Htltl vsl s.
lis. n J Ollderslccte lallu m tv-
bytrrian t'lmrili ami m Kendall.
II re for tha purpose of attending
the stati Bynodical sociei) conven-
tion to be held in Tulss all lievl
Wi k. Mrs. N J Ollderal f N. w
V'ork city secrete r of the woman's
board oi home mi Ii ns ot the Pres-
byterian church h is consented to
icake tw o addi e- n pore on iicvi
Bunday She will ipeak al the Flral
Presbyterian church on South Boa-
ton avenue Bunda) morning al the
hour of the regular .Sunday morning
service ami again al Kendall college
Bund ty evening at t 30 o'clock.
Mrs ii Iderileeve i- oi ( tha beat
known woman m -sen workers in
the country and Is a forceful and
Will Olffl iletier Price- uu gTatgf
Bannnn Band Qooda
Hce Mini Dofuri Fog K II.
ii sci nod pboM inn's.
5. 9mf L
Choicest flowers for hc
week's festivities delivered
promptly lo any address
growing Ferns in pots for
home beautif ication during
ilic winter :-:
Greenhouse 814 V. Eltvood
Phones 840 I27S
JAI S. Main
The uptown Grocery
always have what you
wanl ii it's on the mar-
ket. We believe in
quality not (inanity; 16
East M Stieet.
Who Tastes it First
The flies don't hold receptions and
parties on groceries and m ;its ;it this
store. We keep everything bt'liind
dust and fly proof glass protection.
This store is a sanitary place and that
accounts for the few cases of sickness
among our customers.
it is almost the same as insurance
against sickness to buy here.
Second and Alain Streets
Three Phones-1516 1517 1518
No ni.'ii "! what OU want
is will save you time and
money it' you will ust; Tim
William Rockefeller brothi r of
John .1) Rockefeller who has been.
in the helm "f the Standard Oil com-
pan) ever since the virtual retirement
of tils brother who is said t" tu- very
ill in Europe suffering from what is
supposed to be cancer "it hi ar-
; mill In London Mr. Ro kefi lle'r ap-
peared ver) pale and weak and walked j
with tottering step. It la said that he'
Will consult Europe's foremost spec- j
Furniture Btovea and itn-;s sold
for cusli or on easy payment! at Far-
mer's Funlturi Store St West First
Can be shown in no more ap-
propriate way than in the char-
acter of the food we serve.
If your Grocery order is given here the
guest will never forget the visit and for-
ever mention your good cooking.
S. M. Bell Grocery Co.
203 North Main Street. Phone 473-1670.
CM .' fi l GROCER COMPETE
WITH A MAIL ORDER HOUSE?
Here Below is an Example
The Mail Order House Cicero L. Holland
A I I in
A I 'i -"i
lbs. Sundrled Japan Ten
Ib. Clrole it. ste. i cm Coffee
lb. index No. i Premium Chocolati
-4 lb. Black Pepper
-4 in. Ground M u itard
-4 lb. African Dinger
-1 ib .i i i innamon lit
-4 lb. Cloves 11
iy.. Hr price's Vanll i Extract 11
.nt. Dr. Prloe'a Lemon Bxtract 10
2 dnz. Mustard Sardines :
i ans It". I Aliakl Salmon .Ml
cans Corned Beef :h
ease Canned Tomatoes 2.-0
Cans Siiifar Cm "
Cans Barly June Peaa iih
gal Hour Cucumber Pick lei Ill
smoked Sugar Cured Ham II ihs g.11
5lbs. liraunUteil Bugar 1.2.
Mall order hois price IJ.7
Holland'! oid.-r in j .
2 Ihs. ( Tea
:i lbs. iiimita Coffee
1 Ib. Maker's Chocolate
i-i Ib B Popper
1 I Ib. ii. Mustard
i t lb. Ginger
I I lb. Cinnnin.ui
I- i lb Cloves
Bottle Bi t Lemon Eatracl
Bottle Best Vanilla Bxtract....
i j doi Mustard Sardinia
II cans Bad Salmon
3 . ans lornid Beef
i i use No ;i Tomatoes a.
Cans .New SuKar Corn
3 Cans B J Peaa
I Kal Cucumber Pick let
II- lb Sugar Cured Ham a
II ihs. Qranulated Bugar i
$i i .as
Saved by buying of iiniiand
The copy f the mailorder bill and the copy of my bill may be seen at my
store at any time.
If I ditl not fill this order with abetter quality of goods than the mail or-
der house will give the amount of the bill t any charitable organization In
14 East rmuiyn T uai T Ain 14 East
lllucks I i t it Main
iu s i in cin iti pa uii
M M l iHOi SO ANI SBK
IbOUl Dial bain you want or a
bond or Insurance Old sit and
most relliiiilu coinpaulei reprs-
Wm F. Stahl
10) Ban second. Reatlar mig.
Ferns mid Flower
Jusl now til re Is an
ol Ibcil nt an allrac-
ii ve price ui iir
Perry N. Dellaven
Phone (111 mi n i-:iwood
Our posts onti iha finish in
put on photographs givt our
work a tin' distinction and ycr
urn priict lire lowtr. All
kinds f flash light work.
OVI.R PA THE TUEATRM
EAT WITH US
HEALS 15. 20 and 25c
KlltsT AM) CINCINNATI.
YV 5' nl einythlnii yon
LOAN may wish to have a
Money loan extended on
lltirerdrcnird plt'dyes on
Jewelry Watches uud
. lolliinu lor sale.
lAbLE LOAN COMPANY
1 1 1 BAST FIRST s r.
16 W. 3rd St.
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Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 24, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 15, 1911, newspaper, October 15, 1911; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc133434/m1/18/?q=stringer%20Fenton: accessed December 2, 2023), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.