The Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, January 29, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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F. t\ I.ipperi pastor Services every
Admission to the Bar.
Jndjre Gill tias made the fol
j lowing order of court in refer
Sunday t 11 V. m. hd<1 7.*' |>. e< Sunday
Scbool e.sry Suudav ul 10 * in I I. ivjo.ci- >-im i| :
meeis every Suud.iy at «.*i p. n l'rayi:i
maettnii every Wedne«l:ii e e:mi I...ti.
Aid n every Tbur«tlu Hi* . •'
toenilM.-rs as de-lmiatml fr.-ft. *. «;«- te •••
Mrs. C F. Godbey. I"re«Ulem; Mrs. J M '•
Hay. Secretary. K
K1KST BAPTIST CHURCH
Services every Sunday at II a m. and i:;U> p I
m. Sunday School every Sunday ai I" a. it.
l'raver tneetlni! every Tnursduy eveiiinv:
Ladles Aid meen every Tuesday at the liom-
of memlicrs usdestKiialed from time to ilinr
Mr*. J. Matthews. President;Mrs. Ueulm See.
FIKST M. E. CHURCH
Rev. .1. W. Hajrcnes.Pastor. ServicesSunday
at ll a m. ami . f m. <i O sohooi at l ...
m. Praver meetinK Thur-.i.iv evcninirs. I.adle*
Aid meets every Wedne^luy ut IV- l>'1"";'v'
members as desli/ualed. Wis I! M
Prealdeut; Mrs J. H. Moore. Secretary
M. E CHURCH, SOUTH
Rev. L. Glnduey. Pastor. Services even
Sunday ut II a. in. wad J: > 1' TO. Sunday
School every Sunday at IU
meatltiK every Wrilue-iluv
SEVK.NTII DAY A1) V I .N'rl
Claremore is under obligations
id 'iii' t'lvrk d.'W'ifaii<m at. the
T *rrit'irial Kx'1- u'ive Meetinir.
for the way they stock to us to eoca to the adalMioii topnttiee
tho Territorial Conven at lhe bar of lhe Northern dis
triotof the Iudian Territory: It
is hnrebj' ordered by the court
A. Grant Evans is w ''" j that all applications for admis-
titt«-(i t.> represent this count ry . sjon to practice at the bar of the
a«. Washington in the matter of I Northern district of the Indian
the renewal of the restrictions. |Territory shall l>e presented in
Mi- is a polished gentleman and |Qpen court on the first day of
is thoroughly versed in the con pa(Jh term of court, and that the
ditions of this Territory. applicants be required to attend
— and he examined in open court
We are reliably informed that at tho evening session of the
Din-neighboring town of Catoosa, I court on the first day of the
after payii.g all her expenses of i term. It is also ordered that
i-itv guV'Tiirieiit and supporting japplicants for license to practice
l,,.r m-Ikk.;, lias a comfortable | law shall present application
0 MORF. T ATIo .
Henceforth the Government Will
Legislate Without Indians'
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Klder Gregory in charge. Regular srrviiM—
every Saturday. Prayer nif*f tin j ev**r\ l
Sabbath ncbooi Sult.'rtlay at 10 a.
balance to her credit in the bank
Wish wo could say as much for
A. K. & A. M.
Claremore l<odire No 63 Meet
first Saturday ou or before t.
full moon. ...
Sam Fos-I EII. W M
Tr.*r« Chambers. Secretary.
OROER EASTERN STAR
Sequoyah Chapter meetx in Masonic lia!
every other Saturday.
MHS. Ji l.tBT Riuos W V
H. C. WAI.HI KV. W. P
it. OF I'
Sunset Loire No 1! ei<
every Thursday i . Masi
J M. laiiAV. C I
!. wai.k1.bv. ic. H. and :
Sl'okbs. N ' i
Paden Tolbert. who was tried
at Muskogee last week on a
charge of falsifying accounts
against Uncle Sam. was, ac
quitted, as was alsoU. S. Com
missionejc n -' Leeds, who court on the
was tried on a charge of conspir term."
lacy, and the Muskogee Phoenix1
very truly remarks that the petit
I jury seems to have more sense
tlmn the graul jury fiat indict e
therefor, so the local committee
at the place of holding court
where application is tiled, a suf-
ficient length of time before the
beginning of the term to give
the local committee ample oppor-
tunity to examine into tho char-
acter and standing of the appli
cant and report thereon to the
first day of the
A Beautiful Thought.
Billy Walker reproduced
1 M. Sti-dbs. Secretary
DACQHTKRS OF KEUKKAI1
Sunrise I,ortze No. II meets every
Friday in the I O O. F. Hall.
Mils Nakki:: Chamuehs.
Rose Camp No I meets
every Saturday evening in
the Odd Fellows Hall.
.1 Kyaji. Clerlt.
Foster seems to br* of the same
calibre as the congressman from
New Hampshire who. two ses
sions ago. opposed the payinjjof
•\i11.esses in civil and misde
i tii^anor cases before a U S com
' missiouer the same fees allowed
| in the District court, on the
the clipping below from the im-
mortal Prentis, we give it to our
readers, as we believe it is one
Congressman of the prettiest productions we
♦ It can not be that earth is
man's only abiding place. It can
not be that life is a bubble, casi
up by the ocean of eternity, to
float for a moment upon the sur-
face and then sink into nothing
ness and darkness forev. i
Else, why is it that the high and
grounds that there were no rail
Is if" Inliin Territory and \ glorious aspirations, which leap
: |,;it | . i | >i■■ < i11h• r walked or rod*- like an angel from the temples of
. Uaremore Lodire
every mooib. ^
\V Calvkht. Soon
m. w. a.
Lrnlg? No. viol, u
every Momlay at
DH.K. H. Kawo. V
A. W. linn, Clerk.
tin ttrst Saturday of
'l'lie ( laremore Progress in ex
tending an invitation to lhe dem
ocrats to town while the meeting
is iii progress. Claremore's hos
pitaiit.v.lias become a matterof
record in press tircles; the en
tertainment afforded the editors
: here two years ago being a uleas
;ini event in the history of the as
sociation She is capable of re
prating the performance —Soutl-
our hearts, are forever wander-
ing abroad, unsatisfied? Why is
it that the rainbow and the clouds
come over us with a beauty that
I is not of earth, and then pass off
leaving us to muse ou their
faded loveliness? Why is it that
the stars, wThich hold their festi
vat around the midnight throne,
are set above the grasp of our
limited faculties and forever
i mocking us with their uuap-
ll meet* first
.1 M TAYUill. <
\,„1 we will repeat it any time proeohing glory? Finally, why
honored with a conven is it that bright forms of human
beauty are presented to view
BY JENNTNCJS it LKONAKD
II. Jennings. .. Editor und Manager
and then taken from us. leaving
the thousand streams of affec
tion to How back in Alpine tor-
1 rents upon our hearts? We are
born for a higher destiny than
of earth; there is a realm where
1 the rainbow never fades; where
the stars will be spread out be-
fore us like the islands that
slumber on old ocean's bosom
Etiterod at the I'ostoffit .• in t lan-mon
t. T.. as ticconil <rla s mail matter.
when she goe
The usual number of bills an
bciug introduced in Congress
providing for additional court>
Claremore is and has for some
time been payiuga good fair rate
of taxation, and outside of her
sclnxils, we confess to be uuable
to see any marked improvement
by which the money could be
expended. We are constantly
reaching out for conventions and
"t! i",,i,lut gatherings, y A no| nd where the beautiful beings
: effort is being made to put
ii.wn in a condition that we need
not bo aslmined of her. The
! traveler lands in our midst, up
on either one of lhe railroads
I that enU r our town, and the
- Os AugMt Mtb the N. K. A T. By.
that be is in Egyptian darkness | will begin the operation of lU
Now a very >m:ill1
Washington, Jan. 22—Here-
after no treaties will be entered
into between representatives of
the Indian Tribes and the federal
government. When congress
believes that an Indian reserva-
tion should be thrown open to
to settlement it will enact direct
legislation and the department
of the interior will enforce it
without any regard to the wishes
of the Indians. Such is the de-
cision of the committee on In-
dian affairs of the House of Rep
resentatives. Commissioner of
Indian Affairs Jones has ap-
peared before the House and
Senate committee on Indian Af-
fairs recently with reference to
this question. Mr. Jones takes
the position that under the re*
cent decision of the supreme
court in the Lone Wolf case, that
it is not necessary for the gov
eminent to enter into an agree
ment with the Indians for the
sale or disposition of their lauds;
that the jKilitical branch of the
government composed of the
House, Senate and tbe President,
have absolute |>ower to make
such disposition of the Indian
reservations as they may see fit.
Already a number of agree
ments have been entered into
with Indian tribes throughout
.he country for the opening of
their reservations. Commission
er Jones lias recommended to
the Congressional Committee
ihat instead of ratifying these
agreements, Congress should
enact legislation along the same
lines and that the Acts of Con
gress are just as effective as an
agreement entered into between
i oth parlies The House com
inittee on Indian Affairs has
given much thought and atten-
tion to the subject and they have
decided to report a bill for the
opening up to public settlement
of the Rosebud Indian reserva"
tion in North Dakota, fixing the
minimum and maximum price
for the lands therein at f2.25 and
♦4 00 i>eracre. and directing the
secretary of the interior to pre
scribe such rules and regulations
as may be necessary for the sale
of the residue lands after each
member of the tribe has re-
ceived an allotment of 100 acres.
£*w**w*w*w* ****** ********3
A. full line of Cas-
Kets, Coffins and
Robes always on
Calls answered day or m<ht. All Work Guaranteed by
Barndollar, Bartles & Neilson.
our j that here pass before us like vis-
ious will stay in our presence
forever. — Phoenix
A New Oklahoma Line.
We are sorry, gentlemen ot
South McAlester, but We could
not help it.
It was harmonious and uuani
nous in so far as President
Roosevelt was concerned.
Claremore gets the Republican
Territorial Convention and it
will be held March 17th. (St.
situation Five ti:
street lamp?. e:>iiiil
maintained at av
I |>ense, until such
can better oursclv
1 electric light. T
I lhe stranger guts
j, , r liifi« from Oklahoma City to Agra,
,, ,Vl, tjl(. Okla., it distance of 55 m'los, through
to ab intonis «
1 moves up and
tin. town* of Witcher, Arcadia.
Luther, Fallis, Carn«ry and Tyron.
The line open* up a magnificent agri-
cultural country of surpassing possi-
bilities a country bound to be the
tiomcaeuker's mecea for sevoral years.
By October 1st the line will be com-
pleted through to Bartlesville, I. T..
giving the M K. AT. Ky. a dlreci
line between Oklahoma City and Kan
sum City, St. Loins and all important
ul purposes, for ll j points north and east.
il.vvn every time' The branch line from Osage to Wy
.< put in and
<•> small ex
limes as we
s by gas or
• ii'Xt idea
is that Clare
i far advanced that she
t ni" t< d a moving side
Dislocated Her Shoulder
Mrs. JohannaSoderholm, of Fergus
Falls, Minn., fell and dislocated her
(•houlder. She had a surgeon get it
back in place as soon as possible, but
t wa s quite sore and pained her very
much. Her son mentioned that he had
seen Chamberlain's I'aln Balm adver-
tised for sprains and soreness, and
khe asked him to buy her a bottle of
it. which he did. It quickly roleived
her and enabled her to sleep which
she had not done for several days.
The son was so much pleased with the
relief It gave his mother that he has
since lecommended It to many otbera
For sale by Freeman's Drug Store
and Bollng's Pharmacy.
a moving one
OPEB* HOUSE DRUG STORE L
A Full Line of Fresh, Pure Drugs, Toilet ^
Article. Fine Stationery, Musical Instru-
ments, etc., Prescriptions carefully com-
pounded by a registered pharmacist
M. F. LEONARD. PROPRIETOR
One Hundred Dollars will be paid for any case of Chills
or Fever, Intermittent or Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague,
Swamp Fever, La Grippe, or any Ailment due to Malaria
Schaap's Laxative Chill Cure
fails to cure after taking a bottle or two according to the
directions. Schaap's Laxative Chill Cure acts on the Liver
and Bowels, removing the Impurities in the System and
Blood and thereby removing the cause of the disease.
f*rict. SO Cent*.
ron SALS BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN MEDICINES
rnpsud t y JOHN KMAAf, Fort Smith, Ark.
Claremore will be well satis
tied to bo known us the place
where P. L Soper secured his
election as national committee-
Ix t. us ull work toRetli"r to
make our reputation as acouven-
tien city more solid by making
our visitors feel, at home and
you trend 011 it ami th *re is no
certainty as U> when il will fly
up and htt .you in the shins or
throkv you flat on your face. a
few new planks, a few pounds of1
I nails and a little time would im
| prove this. Our town is paying
n street commissioner to look j
I after this matter, but it uppearsj
to us that about all he docs is to
draw I lis salary Let us take
*otue pride in our town if we
have none in ourselves.
bark, I. T.« was completed on Augu t
1st, and trains are now running over
that division on regular schedule.
The House Thai Jack Built
la an old story. The ttory
We are afraid that tin old
Kno v What You
••tne Katy Flyer" remain* ever n w
tho pioneer route of the southwest has
done everything possible for tbe com-
fort and convenience of the traveling
public, and "ihe Katy Flyer" la one
of the fastest, most modern dally
trains In exlstcme. Through sleeper*
between principal points In Texas, St.
Louts, Kansas City nnd Mexico City.
O. 1'. A T. A.. M. K. & T. Ry.,
Sutto P. -St. Loula. Mo
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Wood and Coal
Cord up your wood and see how much you are
getting for your money. We sell
Cook wood, per cord, - - $1.25
Heating wood, per cord - - $1.00
Coal at 12c as it comes from the mines and screened
o,oal at 15c. which is the cheaper Wo saw wood special
lengths to order.
j. frank ryan. manager
•PHONB 1S0. OFFICE AT SANGER MILL I
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adage of 'Too many . ( ; ,
the broth" will prove to be true
in the matter of sta.ehood, from
the number of bills introduced.
tJ. ove's Tastnles |
IMII..' the formula i
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m:: th it i' i* simply iron and quinine
in a uisteles* lt#rm. Nocure.no pay.
Oil and Gas Leases lor Sale
at the Messenger Office.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
hi Two Days.
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Jennings, H. The Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, January 29, 1904, newspaper, January 29, 1904; Claremore, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc177976/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.