The Ponca City Daily Courier. (Ponca City, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 50, Ed. 1 Monday, December 11, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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ZIbc ponca Gtt| S)atlv Gourtei\
PONCA CItY, OKLAHOMA MONDAY, DECFMHER u 1905
Edison, Columbia , Victor
— the best made.
I Edison Records 35c
• ^Columbia Records 25c
, Over 2,000 records on hand.
f, Convenient room where machines and records can
■. * be tested before buying.
Machines Sold on Installments if desired
J. H. KOLLER
CUTTING A SWATH.
Maybe Sa ike Statehaatf Dcl«f atlas Is Htlpiag
liM Caas* AIm|.
Om Territorial SMrtisry *cMaa laAsricl-
p*t* PaaalWa OtcapHatlaa.
Washington, Dec. K — William
Grimea has sent in bit reaigna ion a*
aecretary ol tne Territory of Oklaho-
This information la given out at
the department of the Interior.
I Mr. Grimes aubmits a document of
J pa?es recalling hit long and pleasant
Relations with the administration,
and extending tbankt for kind and
Ccurtejus treatment at all times
frjm the secetary of the interior.
It ia understood bis successor will
, not be appointed before tbe m ddle of
January, when Governor Frantz will
be inaugurated It U believed Gov
ernor Frantz will be allowed to select
bit aecretary. If so, there seems lit-
tle d jubt but Charles Filson will be
•elected to succeed Mr. Grimes. It la
recalled that th* two foi yeara have
been close friends and have that sort
of confidence in each .other that wl 1
stand the presaure of official life.
andexpectatoatay in Washinpton a Possibly more from this than anj-
week or ten days. | thing elae comea tbe lnpreaaion that
The Westerners have already at- 'F.lson will be named.
By dint of much effort we are again the
first in the field in showing
—and such a line! The most critical eye
will have to adroit that few desirable things
are missing from our vast assortment.
All we ask is a chance to prove what we Bay ; come in and
give us that chance. We will be glad to show you around
whether you iwy or not.
fracted a good deal of attention and
are making their presence known in
Washington, Dec. 1 .—The delega-^ every conceivable manner. They
United State* Dat.ic* Atto.nej
Speed is to be ca led here by the at-
torney general to go over chaises oI
lo«p standing against him. This will
happen, according to an official in tbe
tloa ot ten itorial statehood boomers, we-e met by a brats band, behind
have appo'ntid a committee of ten to' which th y marched from the station
outline a programme of ac11 o n. j to the hotel, and t ey are giving In-1department of juItice7no7uter thM
Meaara. Rogers and Barrett, of the, tervlewa to the local and Eaatern pa- the first week in January. It ia de-
two territories, were chosen to pre- paers right and left.
side over the work of the committee.
Tne day was spent in visiting con-
air d to reappoint Speed or appoint
hia successor abou- tbe time Governor
Frantz goet into office. Should Speed's
Every onnce of food you eat that
fails to digest doet a pound of barm. _ r
greasmen and spreading propaganda It turns the entire meal into poison. I explanations be Mti,factorv he will
for statehood Th* ThU not only deprives tbe blood of p oe satisfactory tie win
statehood. Tbe executive com- the Decenary tissue-buildlmr materi- be reappointed; otberwite be will not
mittec of twenty will present the me-! ^^u'Vperf"^ dlf«t°a«,'ttPdU j8nwuld a ch*n*e * Determined upon
ests the fooa regardless of tbe con- John Etnbry will likely be given the
ition of the stomach. It allows that Dlace
organ to rest and net strong again.
'< «j-- -«-«i | p. nt&fsJiEZ'T
tioi to tb< president and to congress. dition of tbe stomach. It allows that
Senitor Beveridge la expected to' S£SI|«m Belcbfag, Heart BurnT^r
present it-ln tbe senare and Delegate Htomacb, Indigestion, Palpitation of
M .Guire brill probably d^ so In the' RfarSSj!' ^ ^ Pant°n'a
bans® ti'ifni'i- —"| —11 --! Henuure <v wieuiwer nave a tuji line
the president in a body and also on 0f all the best natural gat fixture*,
the vice president and the speaker, Phone 3V7.
The secretary of the interior has
received many complaints concerning
tbe management of tbe aaylum at
1..IIMU. iUtK Kill UC lUKfvu U.vi
t Governor Frantz aa soon aa he be-
. comes governor.
Don't Forget Shires' i
RED TAG SALE!
$10, $12.50 and $15.00
Every Suit and Overcoat must be closed out in
Less than manufacturers wholesale price.
Stop and Look' in Our Windows.
goods for less money than you pay for old
>25,000 worth of goods to select from.
•aa made go#ernor on the
filiform of renovating aaylum affairs
Governor Jenkins was ousted in a
fegrful arraignment by the president.
The spoke cleared away and nothing
u done. It la not clear to the de-
partment just bow Governor Fergu
did nothing. His appointment
was out of order if nothing was wrong
at the asylum. The asylum affair bat
turned up in the treasury department
nection "with "The "GaplYat'Jlatiunil
bank at Guthrie. Some of the facts
brought out in this connection will be
turned over to the new governor for
Tbe A. 0. U. W.
FRANTZ GBTIINU READY.
Oar New Oavtraar ArraagUg • Tabs (>p Raa-
Mtsca la Qa'hrl*.
Guthrie, O. T., Dec. 9 —Captain
Fjrank Frantz was here tonight mak-
ing preliminary preparations for his
removal to tbla city. He hat already
leased a house here, and expects to
m ve todu brie as soon as bis appoint-
ment r* goVernor is confirmed. Hb
Captain Frantz la optimistic re-
garding statehood prospects. "I waa
not really expecting very much until'
I went to Washington," he said, "but
what I beard there made me believe
that it la going through. It will be'
'done as a ma* ter of expediency.
Some of tbe members of congreaa
who do not really favor the oinnibua
bill will vote for it so as to Keep from
delaying other legislation. Tbe only
I get new fresh
shell worn goods.
Remember the place.
M. B. SHIRE,
Grays old stand. . The Leading Clothier.
Will Nsvt Ores 1 Dstags at Arktsaat City De-
Arkansas City Lodge No. 89, A. O
U. W. will have a grand rally Friday
evening, D;C 22. On that night 160
candidates will be ready for initiation
and one ot the greatest times in the
history of the lodge will be bad.
Grand Master Workman John H
Crlder, Supieme Master Workman
Tate, Grand Recorder K M. F^rde,
Grand Medical Kxamlner K J Nor-!
man, and otber noted speakers and
workert will be there. Bills and in-
vitations are being prepared and sen:
out and it is expected that ai least
1,000 A. O. U. W. people will be
Those who have heard John H
Crlder want to hear him over and
over again, as he is able in .iddre*- ml
and one of the funniest and b« sL s'.ory 1
tellers In Kansas. While this is true, ' JjP
we are protui-ed a fill greater tre.u 1 .,>N
by the presence of Supreme Matter j ,jB|
I Workman Tate, who I* acknowkug -d .w
to be tbe best A. O. U. W. ortitor in j jf
the United States VK
Great prepaiations are being fhade 1 jWj
by Hie loci I lodge to take care of the I ©
[crowd. A committee on reception,
entertainment, advertising, etc., ha* .
been appointed and nothing will be ' jj
left undone to make the affair a j Jw
When John II. ('rider wat eleclid ]
Grand Master Workman a year ago;
he started thr bflll to ro.ling to gaini
20,0: " uew members by March 1, 1 VHMi.
F.very lodge In Kansas Is now doing |
itt utmost to tee which one can out-
class the other. At an example, the!
Arkansas City lodge has taken In1
over M members during the pa>tj
weekt, with acores ot others ready to]
Let every A. O. U. W. matt bring in
one new member, and be at the meet-
ing Dec. U You can't afford to
FOLl WENT—Twg furnished room*
for gentlemen Mhh F. Dunham.
lOt 01 nVieganuh *5o- \#v.'*. ~
at Pawby-ka oe Januar, Mf ft au.cft ^ pi|rpo8e(# Qn pufely ,oca, ^
cessor is apjioijittd bv that time anil ^
will not remain to look after the lot >—
sale unlets requested tod., so by ti e Taken Up-.-a black and white bar-
department. irov h,,R weighing between I..j and
"It Millard gets th<- place be can 203 pounds Own r can have same by
diit as veil as I cai ,'J said Oa, t n calling
frantz "dels '^miliar with a I tbe
condition! 11 e-
at Frank Crocker's, south
Fifth street, a d paying for advertis-
ing and feed.
You Can Depend
hang on to it—tbat our plumbing
work will give you satisfaction,
no: only a* to guaranteed mater-
\ >!t, but also as to expert, skillful,
-an tary installations, anil altera-
tions o! y.iur pitting svstem
P r.t-e 1 nt this fact in your note
book: The doctor will have le e
t i uo it tt.e 1 ii?lit kitid of p uiuber
dot s his work first. An ounce of
prevention, etc . and tbe ounce
Co.1 s far leit.
BENDURE & CLEMER,
Come and See our Line of
Hdnd Painted china
Genuine Japanese China'
Fine Box candy
PANTON'S WEST END PHARMACY
THE CASH DRUQ STORE.
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Headley, L. C. The Ponca City Daily Courier. (Ponca City, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 50, Ed. 1 Monday, December 11, 1905, newspaper, December 11, 1905; Ponca City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc175286/m1/1/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.