Morning Examiner. (Bartlesville, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 342, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 16, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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SUNDAY, JAJTUASY It, 1910.
.HORNING EXAMINER BARTLESVILLE, OKLAHOMA
a. s. sxm
Attorny at Lew,
OSee in Overleee Buildsog.
Phones: Office, 152; residence, red 480
DR. J. V. ATHEY
110 1-2 E. Third Si
a F. WOODRINQ
District Surgeon for lfissinri, Kan-
sas and Tezss Railway. Phosas, Res^
No. 6. Office No. 6.
AUnm: J. H. STEWART, (Sty.
ChH PhoM Rod TIL
J. R. Charlton. a. F. Y<
Dr. C. T. WILSON
Room 1S-19-M-SL tattk ft Inrii
Building Bart'esvillc Okla.
CHARLTON ft VANDEVEMTEL
Rooms 3 and 10, Poctoffioe building.
Pkpidii and Swgaon.
Bpssisl attention given to dissassof
isni and children. Oftee over Bar-
tiesrille National Bank, Bartlesville,
OUs. Phones, Offiee, 01. Rss. 5L
P. R. SUTTON, M. D.,
L. H BARLOW,
Attorney • at - Law.
I will sell yon a lot and build yoi
house; make you a tan, eity oi
chattel loan, er oolUet you debts.
No charge if not sbeeessfal.
Over Eureka Dn* Co.
and dissssss of W<
Phone: Offiee, 103;
Bonn at offiee, when
to 5*0 m.
Chas. C. Julian
J W. POLLARD.
Pftgtfdu ud SnrcsM
Offiee Pettberton- Over lees Building
Laeal Surgeon Santa Fo Railway.
Offiee 103; Rendwee, 100.
AlOnmr B. Fesler
CRAVER & FOSTER
PrsrtMe in all Stats and Fadanl
Courts sod Interior Depwtwnt.
Mofenal BaUdlng Bartlesville, OUa.
Oscar L Leonard, Jr
DR. R. E. PRYOR
Physician and Svgaon
Offiee Over lees Building. Phono 400.
Physician and Snrreon
Masonic BUg. Rooms, 6-8. Residence
phone 41. Office phone 220.
Office over Union National Bank
General Prmotiee in All State mm
DR. W. E. BAMMEL
Physician and Surgeon,
Diseases of women and ohildren a
specialty. Office suites, 10 Ameri-
can Bank building. Phones: Of-
fice, 531; residence, 269.
yEASEY ft ROWLAND,
Rooms 1, 2,3 and 4 Mutual Bldg
10-18-30 Masonic Building.
Dbeaaea of Wonsn a Specialty.
Offiee phene, 100. Residence phone
DR B. F. STAYER
PNYSICIAM AND SUMEOK
Offlct Rooi 4-5.8ri| Bide.
Office phone 418 Residence 207 Red
M. E. Charvos. C. W. Bernstein
Snltiiy PMIiig Company
PlmMng, Heating, Oaa Fitting av
320 Dewey Ave. Telephone No. 043.
Offieee—Rooms 8 and 0 Bradley I
Bryant bailding. Offiee phone 141
B. 1. BA1LXT.
Tetsrtniry Snrgtoa and Dentist
Office at Ilammond's Livery Barn ir
West Soeead Street
T. M. RNKIT,
Southern Abstract Co.
.(Incorporated and Bonded)
Con** Abstract fccsfds fsr Wartla|Ma,
banty. Ms. Sate (.IUsmIc IMg.
Meat Bl hrttavHt/OUs.
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In Waahlngtott Co. Get an
Abstract of Title
WiUiiftH Cewrty U-
National Life :
' Company :
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L K. Tboapsoi, Pros. "
• Ail That I« Be«t In LJft Insurance S>
• C J. BUCY, Agent I
• noon 7 ui e
• Fiilov 4 OvortNS lillliig J
Cook Plumbing Co.
on all kinds of Plumb-
Drop a card to box
571 and representative will
H. L BONHAM
Moving of Machinery
and Honsthold Goods
Freight called for at Depot an'
delivered. All other kinds of
Hauling and Trucking
done on short notice
and at right prices
TELEPHONE NO .2b
MAY BE REVOKES
PITTSBURG POLICE ASK GOV-
ERNOR TO ACT
Conference Between Executive and
Attorney General Hay Result
In Attempt to Enforce
Topeka, Kan., Jan. 15.—Governor
W. R Stubbs and Attorney General
Fred S. Jackson held a conference
today in an effort to determine if the
parole, or commutation of sentence
granted to Emmett Dalton may be
revoked. Many contend that he has
violated the parole granted him by
former Governor E. W. Hoch.
"If there is a legal way in which
the parole may be revoked," said
Governor Stubbs, "it will be done.
His conduct since his release from
Lansing prison in 1007 is being ex-
amined into. While he kay not hare
violated the law in committing an
overt act, he has been traveling about
with a moving picture show repro-
ducing the famous Dalton raid on the
Coffeyville banks in 1892. That, in
itself, mave have a tendeny to in-
spire the youth of this state to at-
tempt to emulate that example."
One morning in the year 1892 live
men rode into the main part of Cof-
feyville and hitched their horses.
While some watched, others entered
the First National bank, held up the
cashier at the point3 of revolvers and
secured about $25,000 in cash. Not
satisfied with that, the desperadoes
walked across the main plaza to the
Condon bank, intending also to loot
It hsppened that the time-lock in
that bank still held the safe securely
closed. It was but afew minutes be-
fore it was to open the way to a
larger fortune and the Dalton's decid-
ed to wait. That was their undoing.
Hie hue and cry had been raised after
the looting of the First National
bank and citizens were out with
The brndits were fired on. They
returned the fire and after that
there was a fusilade of bullets in the
main struct while the outlaws retreat-
ed for their l.orses, tied in a conven-
Three b.« tkers of Emmett Dalton
and one cjatyanion, part of the theu
otorious "Dalton gang'' which had
committed many robberies in the
wilds of the Indian Territory, wjre
killed in the tight. Emmett Dalton,
but a youth at that time, and in his
first raid, might have escaped but
for the fact that he returned to an
alleyway and tried to carry away his
wounded brother, "Bob." John
Kloehr, then a liveryman at Coffey-
ville, wounded Emmett and killed the
wounded brother. In that manner
Emmett w*s made captive. Later he
was sent to prison for life.
Since his release from prison he
has been traveling about through the
West with amoving picture show,
claiming to give an accurate repro-
duction of "The Famous Dalton Raid
on the Banks of Coffeyville."
When the show reached Wichita
some weeks ago the council passed an
ordinane preventing its production.
The citizens claimed that it had a bad
cffect on the boys, the yellow-backed
rovel reading kind, and fear freely
was expressed that seme might try to
emulate the example of the D<ons.
The show is in Pittsburg, Kansas,
this week, snd the chief of police tel-
ephoned Governor Stnbbs of the fact.
At the same time he asked him if
there was not some way in which the
Dalton pictures might not be prohib-
ited. That is why the conference was
held between the governor and attor-
litv general, and it may result in Dai-
ten's return to the penitentiary to
serve out the remainder of his life
sentence for the alleged violation of
bis agreement with flovernor HocA
when he was paroled.
hen you think of
Think of Mullen
hen you think of
Think of Insurance
83 Maoonlo Bids*
Chnrch of God
Eighth Street and Dewey Avenue
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. T. E.
Preaching at 11 a m.
You are welcome. Cornel
J. W. BLOYD.
First Presbyterian Church
Corner Fifth St, and Dewey Ave.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. O. E.
11:00 a. m. Preaching service.
Sermon subject: "Names Recorded."
Solo by Mrs. Frank Barnes.
Services in the Coliseum at 3 K)0
o'clock and at 7:90 p. m.
Evangelist Bulgin and Prof. Rose
in barge. Come early if you want
RALPH J. LAMB.
£ To Loan on Farm and City Property
i QUICK SERVIGE, EASY TERMS
| Frank B. Harnett #
Services held in the basement of
new chureh on comer of Sixth street
and Osage evenne.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. J. R.
Morning service 11:00 o'clock.
The morning service will be as us-
ual Sermon by the minister. Subject:
"Heart and Head Conversion."
The chnrch will join in the union
services at the Coliseum Sunday af-
ternoon and evening.
F. D. MACY,
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Corner of Johnstone av. and Fifth st.
SUNDAY A. M.
9:30. Sunday school W. W. Jones
sup't. Music by Prof. Webber's or-
11:00 Divine worship with ser-
mon on "The Balances."
4:30 Junior League. Mrs. H. K.
Porter, sup' 't.
6:15 A meeting of all the Young
Peoples' Societies under the direction
of Prof. Rose.
At 3:00 and at 7:30 o'elock Union
Evangelistic meetings in the Coliseum
under the direction of Dr. Bulgin.
J. A. DIXON, Ph. D.
First Baptist Church
Sunday school at 9:46 a. m. Fred L.
Preaching at 11 o'clock \v the pas-
tor. Mission Church:
Snndav school at 10 o'clock a. m.
J. M. Nicholson, sup't.
On account of the revival services
at the Coliseum, there will be no even-
ine services at either of onr churches
There will be a Mass Meeting at
the Coliseum at 3 o'clock p. m.; and
also preaching services at 7:30.
Prof. Rose wishes to meet all the
Young People's societies, of the city
at the Methodist church, at 6:30 p.
Let all onr people attend these, and
all the meetings of the "series" now
in progress. The Lord is manifesting
his wonderful power. Many are being
saved from their sins. Dr. Bnlgin is
a preacher of great power, and he is
doing a ereat work in Bartlesville.
Tome and hear him.
M. HALL SNODGRESS.
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Union National Bank
Furnished room for rant. Newport
H. W. Pemberton to Rilla M.
I'ember ton. Lots 2 and 3, Rloek 2,
eity of Bartlesville. Warranty deed.
Eaaie Avery and Cyrus 8. Avery,
her huaband, of Tulsa, to Bartlesville
, Supply Co. The 8W 1-4 of the SW
j 1-4 of the NE 1-4 and the 8G 1-4
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( Bartlesville Tnter Urban Railway
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Warranty deed. Consideration #200.
CAPITAL PAID IN $100,000
Mortimer F, Stilwell, Pres.
Howard Weber First V. Pres.
R. D. Rood, Second V. Pres.
W. C. Raymond, Cashier.
Hal C. Moore, Asst. Cashier.
10 room house on Delaware ave.
Lot 50 by 140 feet, bath, hot and
1 cold water, electric lights, gas,
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Booth, R. F. Morning Examiner. (Bartlesville, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 342, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 16, 1910, newspaper, January 16, 1910; Bartlesville, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc144317/m1/3/: accessed January 27, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.