Bartlesville Examiner. (Bartlesville, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 310, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 5, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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THPBSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1909
FIGHT ON MOYER FAILS.
Office Phone 463.
Unanimously Re-elected Head of the
Dr. M L. Ingram
Suit* 18, Simmois-Poster Boilding
North Side Third St
BARTLESVILLE, OKI '
POLICE WET ABOUND CITY
FAILS TO GET KIDNAPERS
Pour Suspects n St. Louis Case Are
St. Louis, Aug. 4. Joseph Pagano
was taken to police headquarters
morning by detectives who are
working on the kidnaping of Grace
Viviano, 3 years old, md Alfonso
ano, 5 years old. The children
were taken from their home yester-
day at noon and four hours later a
specia! delivery letter was received '
by their parents demanding a $25 000
ransom. Samuel Turrisi, who is said
to have taken the children from their
home, was seen, it is said, at; Pia-
nos home with the children. Pagano
told the detectives that the man
came to his home with a cousin.
Despite the all-night search by de-
tectives and police through /the Ghet-
to and at the terminal of each car
^loading from the city, no traeo
of Turrisi was found. The children
are second cousins. Four suspects
room mates of Turrisi who were 'held
by the police, were released today.
Pagano told the police his cousin.
Vincenzo Rieard, brought a suitcase
to the house and he was accompanied
by a man who was introdcued as
loiter they departed, saying they
were going to New Orelans. He said
% « not know Turrisi. Pagano's
wire, Fannie, and his mother-in-law,
Rosa Dragofa. are also being held by
the police. It Is believed that they
"i°w of Turrisi's whereabouts.
Orief of Police Creecy took per-
sonal charge of t-he bunt for the ab-
ductors of the children. He increased
the force which is making a special
effort to ifnd the children. All par-
ties concerned in the case are Sicil-
ians. The police think the children
are still in the city under cover.
The penalty for kidnaping in Mis-
souri is life imprisonment.
i . j—— of embankment.
Mid work to be paid for upon com-
pletion and acceptance, one half in
proper warrants upon the road and
bridge fund of said Washington
County and one half on proper war-
j rants upon the road and bridge fond
of Jackson Township, .aid eounty.
1,6 accompanied by a certi-
fied check for 5 per cent of the amount
bid, whieh will be returned upon the
opemng of bids to all unsuccessful
bidders and to the successful bidder
upon his furnishing a proper bond in
the amount of the bid accepted, eon-
| ditioned for the faithful performance
or said contract. Plans and specifica-
tions may be examined at the office of
D. F. WALLACE,
Attest, J. H. Gordon,
Denver, August 4.—Oharles H.
Moyer was this morning unanimously
re-electe^ president of the Western
Federation of Miners. This is the
eighth term in that office.
The ballot for the selection of del-
egates to attend the conference with
delegates from the United Mine
Workers of America which was cast
last night was counted this morning,
resulting in the eleotion of the seven
Charles H. Moyer, Denver; C. E.
Mahoney, Butte; Jaimes Devlin, An-
aconda; James Kirwan, Perry, D.;
Joseph E. Cannon, Bisbee, A. T.
Charles A. Blackburn, Butte; H. j!
O'Connor, Glove, A. T.
Chas. C. Julian
Rooms 22-23-24, American Bank
\TEASEY & ROWLAND,
FEUD RESULTS IN DEATH.
St. Joseph Character Engaged in Re-
OaH for Bids
Tbe Board of Connty Commission-
ers will, until ten o'clock of the 7tb
day of August, 1909, receive bids for
the grading of the pubile roads along
the section line between sections 8
nd 17, Township 26, North, Range
JJfast, involving approximately 4,-
367 cubic yards of rock excavation
St. Joseph, Mo., August 4.—A feud
that has existed for a dozen years
end«d today in the death of Edward
k jraVe' a we" known character
about town, «vt the city hospital,
whore lie was rpmoved after engag-
ing in a duel with Grover C. Ste-
vens bartender for William Doty of
I the Dug Cut saloon.
Several killings already have ac-
, curred near that place as a result of
. the vendetta that has existed between
factions represented by Doty and his
followers on one side, and the La
. Wave®, nine brothers, and friends, on
I Stevens cleaned the gun with
which he did the shooting, expect-
ing a later attack by friends of La.
Fave and was ready to receive his
assailants when officers arrived and
A Night Rider's Raid.
| The worst night riders are calomel.
;eroton ol1 or albes pills. Hiey raid
your bed to rob you of reet. Not so
with Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
never distress or inconvenience, bat
always -leanse the system, coring
Colds. Headache. Constipation, Mala-
ria. 25c at the Snow Pharmacy.
Life 100,000 Tears Ago.
Scientists have found in a cave in
Switzerland bones of men who lived
100,000 years ago, when life was in
constant danger from wild beasts.
Today the danger, as shown by A.
W. Brown, of Alexander Me., is
largely from deadly disease. "If "t
had not been for Dr. King's New
Discovery, which cured me, I could
not have lived," he writes, "suffering
as I did from a severe lung trouble
and stubborn cough." To eure Sore
Lungs, Colds, obstinate Cough*, and
prevent Pneumonia, it's the beat
medicine on earth. 50c and |L Guar-
anteed by tbe Snow Pharmacy.
Notice Calling for School Warrants.
Notice is hereby given that all out-
standing warrants of the Board of
Education of the city of Bartlesville,
Oklahoma, will be paid if presented
and registered, or if registered here-
tofore, upon presentation to the un-
The holders of all such warrants
are hereby notified that the same
will draw no inte/est from and after
the 28th day of August, 1909.
JNO. L. HAYS,
Treasurer, Board of Education.
Dated July 29, 1909. tf
Hal C. Moore
rke Oldest Inauraase Ageaey t
•oom 1« Smith * Irwin Bid*
1 West Second Street
Business Btrietly Confidential .
Contractor and Job Carpenter. Wii
dow and Door Screens.. All iriw<ft t
Screen work a specialty.
W, £t Rammel
Physidan and Surgeon.
Diseases of women and itiiMrsn
a specialty Office suite, 10 *—rri—n
Bank building. Phones: Office nfa
residence, Red 671
J. R. CHARLTON
Will Practice in All Court*
Pemberton-Overlr s Building
Rooms 2 and 4
DP. A. W. COX
Eye. Ear and Catarrh Specialists.
•translated Lid* permanently en rod with
Oerm/STtii.fm ""J®* kn,,e or other tar-
"«' «torll™ OfflcVho™
to IS! a. m„ gtoflp. m. 7 to 8 Phone2<M.
Rooms 6-7-16 New Opera House
p. r. SUTTON, m. D.,
and diseases of Women a specialty
Offce in Pemberton-Overlees Bldg
Phones: Office, 103; Residence, 104
Hours at office, when possible, 1:30
to 5:30 p. m.
Land Title Abstractors of Wash
Suite 28 MasonitfBuilding
Phone 528 Bartlesville,;Okla
RS. E. G. AND L. R. BARTON
■immons-Foster Bldg. Suite t.
W. W. Long
All kinds of Scavenger work done
promptly and well.
Telephone Red 180
DR- R- E. PRYOR
tSS&! JSd 4' Br*dley Br"nt
,J. W. POLLARD.
Physician and Surseon.
Office Pemberton-Overlees Building
fuocal Surgeon 8anta Fe Railway
Phones: Office, 103; Residence, 169
General Practise in All Stats an«
A. E. GRAVER KOSTE I-
CRAVEB & POSTER
L. A W Y KIR 8
Practice in All .J,ate and Federal Com
*.nd Interior Department.
Trnrt Building. Bartleevllr. Qkla
W. H. Whitaker & Sop
Moving of Pianos and
Household Goods a
Nothing1 too heavy;
Nothing too light
To be moved by us
Phone ... &
P. M. UDDY
Attorney & Counsellor at Law
203-4 Mutual Bldg.
Before Yon Buy Property
in Washington Co. Get an
Abstract of Title
Washington County Ab-
* Maxwell Automobile To Be Given Away I
^gla, f™. More Days Until Some One Gets This I
Handsome Auto Without Paying a Cent^^= f
It May Be Yours—Look Up Your Tickets I
Get Readv for th* r... ,t « .. . . 2
the 0%, ThelJ0' V*"!? M««l ch will soon be Held at I
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I i |1 c i vilJe Decorating Co.
- - "1 Bast Second
-2 avtompbubs, biotolbs. sdwsxzbs
r:r ~~ Bart|esville Carage
. 216 Baal Third
n«M A. E. Boyce
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nm, T Examiner Publishing Co.
■I West Isssad
BOWL AMD eUJUO 8T01I
W. A. Condit
114 East Third
MT OOOD8, LADIES SBOBS V
103-106 Baat Third'
rLOUl AMD FEED
M. L. Lc_ch
B1LLXA&DB AMD POOL
11* Baal Third
McKnight Transfer Co.
•W Xsalar Ave.
Mendell Hardware Co.
t and Johnstons
atOABS AMD MBWS ST AMD
Ogilvie Cigar Co.
Owens Jewelry Co.
Star Drug Co.
til Jahnstano Ave.
OM P. O. Bldg
f Dosrs Ssnth s« P. Oc
101 Baal T& St
White Ho<Lj8eBar^er Shop
ni M DsWsy Avn. ^
113 Baal Ssesatf Sk ^ -
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Booth, R. F. Bartlesville Examiner. (Bartlesville, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 310, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 5, 1909, newspaper, August 5, 1909; Bartlesville, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc140728/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.