Tulsa Morning News and Tulsa Daily World. (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 196, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 12, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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Tl'I.KA DAILY WORM) SATl KDAY MAY is iw
at 5c Per Roll. Just Think of It
The Tulsa DruK Ciinipiiny huH received one of the largest shipments
of Wall Paper ever brought to thH city. All the latent designs
are incl dod. Now in the time to Ik up your home bright anil new
for the summer. The Tulsa iMig store ha? the Paper .t pricoH
that cannot lie duplicated.
Tulsa Drug" Co.
t. i). i.i:n
a. J. kisiNont.
MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY
Lee & Risinger Prop's.
wen souin i3i ji.
Tulsa . Intl. Tei
a plenty await your picking out here
sliced liiicnii in jars marmalades
jellies nun cured Califoi ilia fruit
and of course all the cereals you eiiu
think of. The point we wish to make
is thin: We have riht here in this
tore ready to hand out at n moment 's
notice anylliiiu and everything: you
want for an appetizing breakfast and
prices wmi't take away your ap
petite not one wiiii.
Pearl Grocery. Phone 110
mashed to a jelly. Went to town and
untitled the authorities.
Attorney Jackson cross ipiestioned
r.clliel on the number of people pass-
im.' his house Moiulay uiuht anil hoi-
lemur hul could ue nothing from
the witness exception "there was
more than one. ' '
.1. II. Williams lestilicd that lie
lived three and a half miles north of
Itiislow ami knew tin' defendant.
Saw him (joinif to town on horseback
Monday nioi iiinjr. Tiger ami a wom-
an and three children iu a wagon were
al-n goiuj-. They were all together. At
about S:'lu maybe later saw u man
I mis n! house going north. Toi.k it
o he .lohliliie Skccter. He was oil a
lmr.se and the animal was running.
Ild'oie lie got o my house he was
whoopiu;. Next uioiiiinu saw the
dead boil' linn yards south of my
hoii-e towards liri!ow.
I. W. I'lowman a posM'iiiun. lohl
of limine the body near Itethel's. In
company with the city marshal they
went lo the place near Itelhels' The
club was lyiuir near llie head covered
ii blood. The lace was healen to
pieces. Looked like the man was
1 ill.: down vv I killed. Pieces of
llesh were scattered around. The
head was half Inn Ion into the dirt.
Ib nlilii'i him as Tiger. Weill and
lold his wile wlio went in a wagon
for the body. liodc lo Skectcr's
home where Johnnie's father told
me the hoy had not been home since
This closed (he case and the pris-
on T was committed immediately. He
was taken to Muskogee on the lirst
I rain by Marshal liristow.
BASED ON FINE POINT
George Moran Sets Up a Peculiar
4 i in hi it-. Okla. Mav ID.-Word has
BERTHA KRUPP ENGAGED
HELD TO THE
MURDERER OF JUMBO
fl W THflllT HUM)
; Creek Indian Only
Tlie i-l imi ua i tiia! id' .lohu
Skccter for the murder of John Tiger
near lirislow on Moiulav evening
I lie 7lh of May was held las i
in t 'i iiiinissii ncr I'uitci w en I li 's court
and rcsulieil in llie I I . 1 1 . ! . i 1 1 being
held for the grand jury wilhoiil bond
II was the lirsl lri.il for miii'li'i
in I'ulsa since Mr. I'mt lei w 01 1 h
was appoinled coininissioiii'r. and the
tirst ever held in the new cilv hall.
hind holding Tiger around llie waist.
Holh had been drinking. Tiger was
the ilruuker of the uo and as the
horse was a mean one their positions
on its back were advised by him.
Tiger was able to haiulle himself
pretty well. When he left them il was
about 7:.'!0 in t he evening.
n received bv the allornev gener
al s otllce Unit llie case ol (icorgo
I Moran who was recently granted "
hearing by the I'nitcd Slates supreme
Jmurl will come up early ill the Oclo-
! her term of tha eoiirl. In he holdup
of a pury of ravclcrs near Ifush
I Springs in he slimmer of l!M)l by
Moran and oilier members of the
Casev gang Joseph I ici'inblossoiu was
thl loom js nun
tors miid many lawyers were present
e utmost order
and every word of
oek the prisoner was
nit bv Deputy Mar-
by all picsenl
At 7 : JO
bi'i light into
shal W. W. I ri'slionr of lirislow
who arrested him. He is a young lad
apparently 17 or H years old a
Creek Indian and sal all through
his trial vvilh !ie stolidity so char-
nclerislie of his race. The murdered
man was also an Indian about :!.'
years old whose name was dunlin
Tiger. The prisoner" name is John
A t t"l lie) .s T. J
and I. li. Jackson i
penred for tin' deten
defense until the ia-
The weapon wnli
supposed I ! e deed
was also in eoiirj
fence post cv ideiill)
ground and I coin li
lilnev iated lo John
ill. n d of I'.ri-t.ov .
of Sapulpa. ap-
Me. hut teerved
i-c collies no t ' I'
which it va-
ias ci tiuiiitted
rid is an n.ik
I i ii Iroin tV
telle' for the
Cross examination hv Jackson
failed to shake Wilson's testimony j
Mike Hurley said hal he lived in j
liristow just inside the city limits j
and saw Skccter and 'finer in front j
of his house on the "III of May. They :
were lighting. This was about (i i
o'clock in the e ening. They fought
mill! City Marshal Holmes Davidson
came and arrested them. He saw
them later about dusk near the j
bridge a mile north of town. They;
were again lighting. When he saw1
theni lirsl they had a horse and;
Tii;er was on him Skccter on the;
ground. Skecler pulled 'finer off the
horse uol him down and both were
lighting lirsl one n t . then llie
oilier. Sheelcr not a Mnall slick of
wi'od and was bealiie; I'i'ier with il.!
I neul towards them and when Skcc-
ter saw me eoiniiej he ran away.
When I col o Tijer he was mutter-.
mi: some! h hm about alcohol and his
:'ai c was cut. I left and after I did
-o I av Skccter come hai k and both
i ::iin w cut to lil.tiuit.
Arthur l.imler tcslilicd thai on
Moiulav he was i;.iii'' to visil his
hrolhcr who lived one mile north id'
M'lstow. I li.il he hiii'selt lived lour
miles iioiilicast of liristow. Thai on
the road he saw two Indians li'jhlini:.
lint could no distinguish them it wasj
so dark. He had picked col Ion with!
Johnnie Skccter three vears mjo ami!
knew him I tit'ti. In the dusk one of
the Indians seemed lo be leaninir 1
unaiiisl a lior-e and the olher was on
the horse. The) wcie lalkilii! loud!
as if the) were mad M) horse be-
came scared and I didn't slop. The) j
were t.ilkiii.' in Indian. When I nasi
.iini; home in the tin i n i ii-i at about
s;.;n o'clock and about lilil ard!
;ioith of lielhcl 's Iciisc. I loimd llie
' body of a man I) inn m llie road a
I'lMle over a utile In in where I saw '
: tee Indians i iii.i ri el in j li e tiii ttt be-
j f'.ic. I lirsl lhoii-ht he was asleep
'ml soon saw his head va bloody and
tntslicd. saw llie sink of wood now
:n court. Iviiej close o his head and
'the end covered with blood. As soon
is I saw llie man was ilr.nl I rode to
Ucilnd's house and told him.
William I'.etl.cl tcstiticd that he
lived two miles north ol liristow and
Hiiimal actors. The (leiitry lirother
have been Idiik recof.'ui.cd us the fore-
most uniinal ediicalois in fhe World
and durintf the years that their shows
have been eoniinir lo Tulsa each visil
has been marked by a liiujier and bet-
ter performance than ever. From
llie roiiiliicliremeiit of their car '
they have endeavored to uive more
for the money than any like oryan-
i.alion ami so far this motto has
This season they not only promise
a larger and better show hut many
new novelties some imported and
The (lentry llrotliers have never
claimed the liiijest show in the world
hut I hey do claim and justly so lo
have the lii"hcst class amusement
enterprise thai travels under a tent.
Their performances all take place
in one arena and on a Brussels car-
pel at thai ami instead of quantity
ipuilily is the main feature. The
I ! ' i o iii is two and a half hours in
1 -1 1 u 1 1 1 and every minute is inleiest-
i nir and souiethini; worth look inn al.
The very best animal acts the best
human performers the daiiflest pon-
ies cutest doys funniest clowns
most marvelous monkeys and with-
out donht the best herd of perform
ing elephants all help to make this
exhibit ion what it really is tin
-rrcalest tent show in the world. The
ri'trular show (trounds have been se
lected as the place where the show
HE HAD TO CONFESS.
Topeka K'ans. May 12. Cndcr a
stipulation filed in the supreme court
today .tames dihsou countov attor
ney of Wyandot le county will con-
fess judgement in the ouster proceed-
ings brought for failure to enforce
llie prohibition law and will jrive up
his office on July 2. The state will
withdraw the bribery charires airninst
DRIVES AND POPUPS
V I t
Moran and Mori I 'ct kins were tri 'd
and cunvicleil in llie district court of
Conianchc county after its orijan-
iatiou. Moran claimed that he
should have been tried iu the I'niled
Slates court as the crime was com-
mitted hefoie the openim; of llie
"new country." and the oryani.a-
lloii of counties there lie appealed
lo the Oklahoma supreme court and
the I'liiled Slales circuit court of
appeals but without success.
THE SHOW IS COMING
Gentry's Dog and Pony Show Will
Be Here Tuesday.
The (ieiilry lirolheis' famous show
will exhibit iu Tulsa next Tuesday.
May I'dh. for the li i-t lime iu two
No 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 event is of half the
iliij' ilame IK llie coining of these
Mill) wouih'i fill shows with their
Mis- May and Master (leorje I'arr
h"'vi Satniday for Chan. Her Mkla.. p.
spend l!ic summer witii their nrand-
paieuts. Miss May will alien I a nor-
mal school this summer.
Cicero L Holland
C. 0. 0. Groceries.
I'hone ol. No. 211 I'.nst Third St.
Flour and Feed.
We make the prices) on ! coils.
I'.veiyday sales day with us.
.'V Millionaire Club I 'caches the best
lo he had special this week .20
I it hoi lie line maple syrup .10
lb can Monlauk Coffee 1.00
Help men who place their iiiiin-
ev iu Tulsn by usinj this coffee.
Six straight would make the I en
sit up and take notice.
The jrame yesterday was a henrt-
ess affair liul it takes hcatlessness
o win in a competitive line. The
I biers should have iiothim; to do w ith
Il iiialily of mercy etc."
There is but one criticism to offer
the present base ball management.
The ollieial scoring should be taken
out of fhe hands of a prejudiced par-
ly. The ollieial score should be open
to all newspaper men and correspond-
ents for metropolitan papers.
Somebody ha an Income of
Million Coming to Run.
Itcrlin May 12. lierthu Krupp I
the wealthiest maiden in the world J
whose annual income from lite artil-
lery woiks is live million is reported;
dimmed. The name of the prosper-j
live eroorn is kepi a secret die re-
port is that it is a poor physician
another a royal prince.
The betrothal will he celebrated
on the occasion of the kaiser's visit
WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF.
C. H. PIFER
OPH. D. AND
Columbus May 12. A wave of
popular protest caused the inslinal-
ors to drop a plan to oust liovcruor
I'altison from olliee because of illness
which has kept him proslralc I'm' the
past four months.
Chattanooga Toni. May 12. A
Southern passenger train ran down
a Lookout Mountain truley car to-
day. Five were killed and live were
St. I'aul May 12 William l.oek-
rcn federal jude of Minnesota re-
tires Tuesday under the age limit on
full pay. Milton I'urdy Moody
asistant is his posible successor.
l't'tershui'!; Ind. May
distinct eai'th(iiake shock
here earlv this morniiiir.
New York May 12. The condi
lion ot Mrs. Jetfei-sou IhiTis wlio is
seriously ill is reported somewhat ini
proved this morning.
Commercial Club Delegates Form a
Enid Oklahoma. May 12 At the
second session of the meeting of the
Commercial club delegates this af-
ternoon permanent oriranization was
fronted under the name of the Cen-
tral Oklahoma colonization bureau
with hpaduarters in F.nid. I. J.
Simmons secretary of the F.nid
chamber of commerce was elected
president and C. TT. Miller of Ilen-
nesey secretary. Resolutions were
adopted criticising the present sys
tem of townsite sale schemes and
askimr (he Western T'assenirer Asso-
ciation to eipmlize excursion rates
so Central and Western 'Oklahoma
may reap a diare of homeseekers.
Is now located in your city of
Tulsa and hopes by rendering
vou the best of ierviee to merit
your patronage. There is as
much science required in titting
glasses for defective eyes as in
Save Your Eye Sight
will he paid for any case of de-
fective sight not totally blind
which he cannot improve with
his special ground glasses
Symptoms of Eye Defects:
Headache dizziness darting
pains in eye balls or jerking of
the muscles and etc.
and Examination Free
Shows diploma from two leading
colleges of America. Also he
shows over 10600 testimonials at
his office. Office Hours: S to 12
2 to 8. Sunday by appointment.
C. H. PIFER OPH. D.
Office Hotel El De Toro
Corner First and Cincinnatti St.
Tulsa Indian Territory.
8 Regular Meals 25c. Q
3 beat Short Or Jert In the City. Q
J. S. JAMISON
BUCKEYE BOARDINO AND
f Board by day or weak. Sapar-
f aw maala Kataa Kaaaonabla.
Cor. Third and Boston Street
Try Ira Isenherger for
I ! Cornice Work
He'll Treat You Right
Skirts of all imaginable colors and
styles at prices alarmingly low at
Miller-Ethridge-Long Co. 'a.
Our motto is high quality goods
and best service. The Southwestern
Bottling Co. 3-24-tf
Call Phone 427 for anything kept in
a Hardware store.
E. Third St. :-: Phone 4.
Get the habit.
$5.50 per week single
$5.00 per week double
Single rooms without Board
$2.00 per week
One Block Beyond Brady
Hotel on North Main
Kirseli bay m Tailored
'i ' r.iM. lie was al hi hnine on the
terrible purpo-e. Over a fnot in 1 i'V I'liinu of the 7th "!' May. Had
leii'jlh ul the hi'.-ivii'r end ua- all: hi i i ..in for a cow ami ealf until
eovi'ird wiiii blond. J dart. Went to the Imu-e not siipier
The lii ilnes ralh'd vva Henry and w-'Trt to bed. lleaid some IVIIoWm
WiUor.. He t-'slilied that he saw I ludlei imr and whoopim near his
John Skeeter and John Titter t plai e. Thoui'ht al lli-l it w a- wolves
gether iu lirislinv on the 7th of Max.! Heard them auain mid knew it wa
He had been a-ked by llie city mar-
shal to nssi.st in tnianliiu: them ni
men. This nii ahmit S;:lll or !l
o'cl n'k. They were lioin.' north. In
they were under arrest for bi'inirjt'o' nioiniiii: l.inder rnine to my
UniliK. llavinj no place in vvhieh o n iie ami 1 1 t me mere wa a ileiui i
lock them up it was thoimht better man in the road. Went to it mid
to take them out of town and start found it lyiin: Inn yard north and
them home. This he did himself j west of the house. The head was a
Tiger had a biui-i'il place on his face f ot or ciirbl inches from the nils
and Skeeter said he did it. They had j and the feet in the middle of the road
been flailing. They had a brownish Saw the si in court lying alsuit
sorrel horse and when he started three feet from the Indian's head
them off both were horseback. Tiger and eoveivd with IiI.hmI. The head.
me &a u ii 1 1' ana .-Keeier munis hp- nice nose nun coin were coven in ami
i 1'olulncs per bushel .70 j
' 2 cans black bird Corn . l i
1 I'k': Cicaniery I'.iittcr. per lb 2.'i
j r.ulk Cicamcry liutlcr cr lb .20
j I lb package Soda " .0.1
1 lb sun ill ied Apples .10
2 packages Mince Moat .1"
I bushel Colorado Spuds .S."i
1 vial iinpivh'd pie I'e.trhes .110
1 j:al pie Apricots JtO
1 i:iil sour l'icklcs ..'10
' i lb (ieiiuiue Africa Java Coffee .20
1 lb finest I'enberry Coffee .20
1 lb Celebrated Diadem Coffee .3
1 :i lb Can Corn .10
4 cans Standard Corn .Z"
I). V. Flour per sack $1.30
Perfection per pack 1.15
Princess er sack frunranteed l.O.'i
20 Itis Simar 1.00
ti lbs Navy Ileana .25
10 Pars U-niiox Soap .25
1 lb Small Prune .05
3 lb Larjre Prunes .25
2 ll Kxtra Ijirjfe Prunes .25
6 It Hulk Oatmeal .25
I Hi Corn Starrh .05
50 lb Sark Salt .40
Cracker by hot. pound .06
n it j jm - m
Very Neat and Nobby
Satisfaction is Guaranteed
The Popular Sellers are Blue Serges Single and
Double Breasted at
to 18 J
Gray and Invisible Plaids Are Extremely Popular. Our Prices
$10.00 $12.50 15.00 $16.50. $18.50 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00
Our Imperial $3.00 Hats Are Very Popular
Panamas $5.00 $7.00 and $10.00.
Will Oil Ml
Is a Good Place to Trade. Corner Second and Main
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Brady, J. R. Tulsa Morning News and Tulsa Daily World. (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 196, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 12, 1906, newspaper, May 12, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc134647/m1/2/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.