The Sapulpa Light. (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 113, Ed. 1 Monday, March 8, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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J Ii01 I Vd'I.JdV8 HllJ,
That Essential Quality
^71 W Ink* this Hani adepts
cverv desirable method
ot Modern Hanking, it
never loses sight of that
essential <j 11 n.1 it \, abso-
Under U. S. Government
j ingly and in a realization of his nits
I lends his hand to oppression and
.cruelty, hut we are convinced that
; overborne by the foree of a political
system, cruel and unsparing, and
overwhelmed by business necessity to
make money for the prison, he has not
bad the courage or ability to stand up
for what*he himself knew to In- right
and to st e that the will of a Christian
■ title man became a fact in a political
* -I* * f
"VOif ,1 AM)
•I" + t- f -i- -> * .;
jpl ■ .V I
*atu. ij t i
v v f v -r v
ling Club will mee t
March 9th at the
ell, 20 North fop
Adjourned to Hear Col. Cox
The l-nion pra.>i r met ting to he
,u sti relay by tile womc a of tile ci(
Journrd to 1: ar Colonel Cox of
Salvation Army. Tht m«.\.
"ill be held at ;i o'clock Sunehi
noon, at the Christian church
I'OLH I (OI HT 111 M
use ivts issued toduy
' . 2: and Miss Mary WI1-
bofii of Mannford. The
• ma; ii l by Judge Davis.
and Vans Hake
Kmett Times says Kn-
eer .luc dillard of that place has „
hailed bin run for .ne out of Sapulpa I having fallen off the water wagon and
douU b ■ h i.i .i mi the advantages , were assessed the usual fun s for such
having > run out of a live tinvti | offenses. Four more were charged
lit nee tUi' i Jiang"
Ainu incuts IScgln Todit)
.Nashville, ilareii 8.—Arguments be
, n in the tjoper trial today
Police Judge Dye had a long ses-
sion this morning. The cops had been
•Mitive slnci* Saturday and when court
opened ten easts were called. , — muuucn is iou re-
Of this bunch live pleaded guilty to volt,ng to l)Ut print," says the re-
port "It may be exaggerated, but this
much may be said about it. that the
\i<*tim swears that he was stretched
( h,trail Luck of Discipline
,Fri)ui the gate to the cell, down
n the. coal pit t xeept where the head
of an efficient mining engineer lias
made of that mine many nickel en-
hits. ; lack of discipline ;iud a pre-s-
t n< i ti political manipulations is . v< ry
w;.er> appannt to all the senses. This
is at the bottom of the troubh of the
The report studs that the evidenet
oi .1: e Uunni lis and Old Bit t o. t x-een-
vlets, "undenied and therefore atlinit-
ted. shows that the prisoners in
breaches of discipline are brought by
the guards directiv to the deputy war-
den and punished with the assistanct
of the convicts themselves, and ce;n-
trasts Ibis with the system at heaven- j
worth, under which the prisoner is re- |
ported to the deputy warden, who him :
sell administers the punlsjiment. with-j
out resorting to the crib, water cure or j
any other punishment that would a*n- |
Prisoner AYus Torhircd
"The story of the prisoners is too re-
New line ladies'" shirt waists and
muslin underwear. All new goods
and at prices that will astonish you.
Inspect them at Fisher's store.
Wait for (ilenwood Addition on the |
street ear lint. No smoke, soft well |
wattr. Terms to suit purchaser. Or
sale in t v. k. See VV'hltaker, the I
Glenwoe.d Addition is on street ear '
line. No smoke, no noise, soft
water. Will be sold on monthly
me Jits. On sale next week.
Whltaker the Druggist.
i Established ISflS.
over F & M. Hank
JOS. BKt'MCR X CO.
Oil hands, I live
Office Rooms III-
Dr. V. II eli IK,
Firsi 7 ime in Okiahoma
Mr W m. A. Brady lit' produced
"The Man of the Hour"
announces [ partv. $3i
I Phone 164.
.J« \VA \ I S v
11-room modern rt side ace on pros-
pected car line in Forest i'irk to right
00 mouth. K. Arnold,
I. 0. O. F. Bulldins
wink*. 1 lineman
j with vagrancy and admitted the charge i anrl tortun and strangled with
I They each drew a fine and will be j thnf thp nia who inflicted this punish
guests of the city for several days. | swears that he did so lnlliet it :
that witnesses who saw and heard it
n j ness and buggy.
j reliable and city
"THE MAM WHO STOOD STILL"j
c . , WANTED—A good hat maker,
same company without a change ,, „
.. " on Mrs. Capp, the Milliner,
that appeared nil last week at the:
. ! Olympic Theater. Stl Louis. [LOST OR STOLEN—(iolii watch
W. L. McEWBN.
Weeks and Son
Wakes ABstracis, wrnea lnsuraace,
Does Notary Work, Rents Houssa aiA.
i liuutd, was that
! who was accused by Ills wife of hav-
Mr. II. I£. Rakeman has arranged I
je we I
use up but which was con- *--- wmu saw ann Heard it i 1
against John Stara | corroborated the statements of the I'or a sl)e0'"''' train leaving Sapulpa!
ntho. tu,n. „ .. I..* 7.o,i . _ .i . . .. turn to G. B. Nolly. night eonducto
ball watch. No.
I. B. N. on back of
'•use. Re -
I — ■*He i,i Hat -! otllei.' two; and that finally a convict in Iat 7:30 and returning at 11*30 i
imtiUou, Conjure Him ing given her a licking. This couple lwhom tl"' Prison authorities had suffi-1 Tickets can be purchased at Rake-
■ • 'I, ol Chicago, coustruct ■ has linn in p. lice court before and j llent ronlidence to use his services as i nian's lewelrv St
n engtijecr, ,lS in the city to look over each time the woman failed to appear;8 Physician during the temporary ab-j ' " "rt" '
pavement rk non in progre sjagalnat him. This time ahe promised 8ence ot the prison doctor, says that i Prices 50c to $2 OA
'f" k,q """*'* j while he was employed in the hospital ! * '
j prisoners were brought to him. who, as j ~
., | | stated by the prlsop doctor, have been '
rhe V.\<m m's Bible study will he j ,'punished almost to death and we have
11 " '*'' 1 "!1 Methodist church 1 Christian ( hurch Kolk at Uuskngec "ot 10 '"d him up. The prison doc-
■ t, insttad of on Thurs j llaie Business Ideas 1 ,t)r was present and heard this testi-
aiiit'.i'cif, | | mouy. He did not take tl:u witness
uskogee, March 8.--A combination 1 B,"ud and deny it."
ti llm ). ( Iiinina I*!.ui'1 1 i and in. eantile establlBbmen*
to be ready.
( in in ii \mi sTtnn: i\ dm:
i . Ida •
t ay .1,1vj n
Rice, The Florist
CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS
Green House 13 H. Birch jt. Phone 517
ou street car and receive reward.
Two rooms for rent, 709 South Oak.
Burnett Aeldition is the pettiest
residence prope rty in the city.
hoans money on farm*
Office over the Union Hardware Store
VIKCVS x tV.Vl, TT.K8
All iCinds of Cleaning up Work
I* or staple and funt* v groceries-gw (of
Harper Brothers V brand new st«ck
Cast l.i-e tieiiue.
riu* J 1 Hi!' Paving eompiini
t - Is i.
.—. --aLLiii*i which the Christian
ccived today tAj ear loads of crushed 1 congregation erf this eit> will build.
i..ek, t., ■ Int.! c iislgnmeut of the chart Work on the building was begun this
a.ter t.i i in, tii,. t itj with regard to > morning. The lower floor of the build-
tin fwveT)is ,r /. Dally shipments , ing will be fitted for store rooms, while
will arrive irutn luve until the work the two up, r floors will be arranged
is completed ' ' ,*,.. ■ ■ ,.hlirch purposes. The coui-
' blnatiou eaiuch nnd store was sug-
Strwls I,|imiIi> , 1 gt sti'1 by some of the prominent niem-
Just u< « uyir , streets of this hers of the church as means of making
elty are 1 i ■■■• . ■ (j ar, H building pay for itself.
"Ir * . ,j This is particularly |
-iue ti b(. • me and Maple street.' IN.I1KK1) l\ RIOT
Ihe cu St .1 tVj condition is the lav-! —
Burma Addition is seiling fast,
any real estate man for bargains.
Singer Sewing Machine Agency
J. E. WILLIAMS, Mgr.
Two doors N. American Nat'l Bank
♦ A FEW GOOD ONFS «
ing of , we i
t.ie remy. ,
Some <>!* the
work Is ah
I ai.J gas mains and
i -.. ate r elt pth of
Pi|< s t . > ad> laid. Thie
i.teessai,. beftii paving'
push <1 nipldly until finlshetl.
One of tin*
about wubti v
I Ed V
nui le. I Ami
s....iii 1 in ;•
in a cat luati
. vi ry f. •••
ready t . nk
inub s i i Alii.in...is and usuully ft t tls
the 111 .1 1.- w
ou tie 0111 i
V Isi U1
\V ii Ua>
.' i • v Slim i .,
•Strikers Mild Strike-Breakers Ihir!
Stones and Itrlck llundnds
V.'oo 'bii N. J.. Jlur. S.—Several
pi rsons wi re injured today in a riot
I growing out of a strike in a hat fac-
I lory la re when 11 crowd of four hun-
dred striking people attacked a dozen
strikebreakers. Stones and.brick were
1 hurled by both sides.
.11 VY COME WEST
('resident Tnl'l Mny Ute'iul V11 linn I
Encampment. (■• \. It. at Salt
I.like < lit
f' \\asliiiigiou, .iiur. 6.- i'i'in i'usi
| dent Taft 1 ontemplate^s a trip through
Ihe south and west this autumn, was
indicated today when he sitltl he would
n:_ oi.i the Ini- (r) (0 iuttlu| ti,,, annual encnnipnient
of the ti. A. I!, convening In Salt hake
—lust;:• ,s of Sapulpa.
(V lit:! has been said.
ii'si- and mule
by the way this is no
\\ :■ j. .10111 r ships
1: 1 alts ;<iid hoists
; 4 ami always Hilda a
lit buys most of the
11 x 190 It. lot, ." houses, rents for $4-8.00 per month.. Owner
must have money A sacnfiee at . _ $1600
Ideal I room cottage in Woodlawn. A bargain at $1500
New (> room cottage, 100 ft. lot. A bargain at $1600
Ideal cottage I'.omc, built with view to comfort, oinrabilit v jind
convenience, o rooms, hall, china closet and pantry, good
stable JO x .11*it., water at door, coniolcte in every d'etaii. Ii
t iki ii before April 1, only ^-i.>0, $1 «v () cash,, b'llaitwe to suit
"IL* w ho takrs-a 1 v mtage ol o,>«)ortuni "v ■vius-"alll thiix^s."'
I t it es right terns ri^lit, situatinn ri^ht. I lei\ tit>.\v while vtitp
have the opportunity. For BAROAIXS in RKAL ESTATE,
l .l A N S ii nil 1NSI K' AXCF see
ARNOLD & CLEM
No. 7,W. Dewey Phone 164
I Notice is hereby given that the City
or Okmulgee will receive sealed bi.'s (
: at the office of the city clerk in said |
city until S o'clock p. m. on Ihe ^2nel |
day of March. 1909, for installing storm j
and drainage sewers in said city at-
cording to the plans, specifications and
proiiles therefor 011 Tie in the office |
of the city engineer. Complete eopi. . j
of plaii3. specifications and profiles!
can fie Bern at the ofilce of t'.e t ity
englneer or will be furnished to ap- i
plicants for a fee of $10.00.
For further information or for copies |
of specifications and plans, call upon
P. VII.T.IEKS. City Clerk, j
Dated March 3rd. 1909.
IK \'T Die imo
YOl'H I'l lWl
every month for rent money, lluy a
home of your own, or a farm on oui
RnVnuti WMit! , .t, j lasj payment plan, and secure a shel-
Buinett Addition is the prettiest ter for your old age without *i drain
residence pronert.v In the cltv. I on vour i.nrie in .
Hill pinse. We have homes, farms
building silts and lots that we can b
We pay interest on time deposits
and all deposits are guaranteed by the
Guaranty Fund of the State of Okta-
homa. Farmers & Merchants Bank.
"i s< nice to you in securing at ba'
Rain prices and easy terms'by consul!
I lug I., c. FARM |AM, The Real Kscat
Man. Rooms 20
Phones 246 and 504.
new King lild'i
lis lit lore putting ii
• .! rem sha« nee
and Arthur Dimmers
in S w iut . we rt In the
lit re, alitl
litigating i". ■ as ; i the niat-
r of pa . ii)^ v t x ;*, sst d tin in
Ivts u t I,, ing surprisi ti :tt tin? rapid
ol Sapulpa and Its busim ss
I'IMSOM'liS W I KK Mil VMH !".!
Man I'uiiinheil Aluiosl In llealli Then
"led ii|i" Mays I'rlsiin I'lijslclun
>n I ten ia I
Ciilthih, March S.—Declaring thut
the charges of Kate Bernard, Ok-
lahoma e ouimlssioner of charities and
corrtctlou that cruel punlBhnient wire
inflicted at the Kansas penite ntiary j
are. Ill substftlite. at least, sustained.,
the Oklahoma committee appointed by
11 low rnor lluskt ll to Join with a slmi-
.N« Truth in lle|iort [ Inr Kansas conimittee In an invcstlgu-
Madrltl, .1 ti ti d Tht i ■ is no truth , lion of the prison at l.auslng subinlt-
in the report publlsiii ti in the I'nit■ ti i. ■ I Its i. pin * the govt rnor Satin
States tli.it King Alfonso had been in Ida* The report 'is signed by all the
cldent near Seville, ' me mile is tif the commlttue, J. 1*. Con- J
| noi'H. IV J. tloiildliig, tleorge Culloin.
K |i. Cameron and Charles West.
We tlnd thill the Kansas prison is
Son Ol' (liiengt, Itiillnai Magnate suTerhig bad methods than
Found liesil iu a llournui | bail men. says the report. "W
It (Ml til l\
VII Work Sii*|winlnl
i (iuut of the mill t ^ morn-
IwhU on tli-- paving anil Biwer
jipe laying li.nl to !)«• susprntiiil inn-
poiaril> 'Hi Iiil- 1 w and loader
operated liy \N II S|-. net r who has
the f5radft « < uiitra* t. s <|uli< a « ui
ioBity and U; .s linn watch i In it
< ptra(iuUh liy huncirt da of pcoph
lured in .ti* auto ae<
K 11*4.1 II IN IMM)KU\\
SEPOHT OFJTHE, CONDITIO II OF THE
FARMED!! AND MERCHANTS BANK
At Sapulpa, iu the State of OkUihevtna. at the close
eil business. Feb. ."i. 11M>* .
ready I<> believe that the warden know
Chicago, March s Hugh Hopkins,
thirty-se . i .mi ul Supt rlntendciii .1
J. llopkiiui, of South Side Elevated
KuilroNil. was found slaiu early tuihn
in a doorway 011 Weutworth aventii
Special Train to Tulsa
for Louis Mann
Loans and Discounts
Stocks, Ikinils, Warrants, etc
l?urniture anil Fixtures
Cash antl elite from ltanks
_ .$ 115,330.17
.. . - $ 25,000.00
- 1 241,195.50
I See the Burnt tt
j want choice lots.
j For groceries call
1 man & Co. Phone f "
very is assured.
Addition it you
up L. R. Hart-
). l'roui|>t deII-
Four span heavj boned, four and
five year old mares for sale, also one
Belgian stallion, weight I.j00 lbs. See
J. B. Penn, Sapulpa. dwIOd
Burnett Adelltlon is silling fast. St c
any real estate man for bargains.
Street ear line runs through Glen-
wood addition, location high and dry.
tine shade, easy terms. See Whitaker
See the Burnt tt Addition If you
want choice lots.
To New Stand
1 HI I Will: It A It It): It S||0|>
VM I 0\\ tttnt i;
!! 's Hetuo 111^ vHr(ll „M
Lagle I'oi.l Hull
•in k roTr
ock North to (lie |
n L i erytiling J
I'O'I'TKIL I'rop. f
SAPULPA ICE CO.
And dealers in COAL. Phone ua
your order for best soft coal
. Poplar St., Phone 121
Burnett Addition is silling fast. St e
re ul t state man for bargains.
Wcjcall spccial attention to the above statement which shows
i ^ 111 in oar n.-pmiis ol over .i0 per cent since'our last call Nov
-'7th, 1 it >s. nott. ,,.ir str.iUK cash reserve'of 50 per centjwhich
vv^1 trust, will cotnineid itself to vou as a guarantee eif our ability tt.
pro i-rlv care lor nil busincsi*cntriisted to\«^
State, count v and city depository, deposits guaranteed by state
(ilenwood Addition is located south
Hist of town on a high knoll over-
looking Ihe entire town of Sapulpa
and will be on the market next week.
See Whitaker. the druggist.
At Fisher's store you will And ladles
empire dlease in Lingerie, white,
pink, blue, handsomely made, special
this week lor $5.90.
t-'hecKs in the Farmers & Merchants
Bank will make you look more like a
real ausmess man vye pa,
on time deposits ami all deposits are
guaranteed b ythe Guaranty Fund of
the tSate of Oklahoma. Farmer, •
A good work horse to trade
driver. Inquire at Light office.
Special Train to Tulsa
for Louis Mann
\an Orman's phone number Is i*,
| ''hone him for what you want >o eat
j and he will do the rest.
When you buy It at Van Orman's
j you may know that It Is good.
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Irelan, O. M. The Sapulpa Light. (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 113, Ed. 1 Monday, March 8, 1909, newspaper, March 8, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc151543/m1/4/: accessed December 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.