The Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, July 6, 1906 Page: 1 of 8

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VOL. XII.
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| TANNERS. |
I Furniture, Carpets, Mattings; *
i Everything to Furnish the Home.
La little better for a little less. i
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CLAREMORE. CHTOKmWATrow.^Kpuy TERRITORY
good teams
Your Patronage Solicited
White Front Liverv
FEED AND S A i p c ot a n. /.
FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1906.
NO. 27
Central Title and Trust Company
-Is Now Prepared to Furnish You a Complete-
abstract of? title
To Any Property in the Fourth Recording District
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' A- Nwuioii, Vice President,
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BANK OP CLAREMORE.
CLAREMORE. I. T.
Q. D. Davis. Cashier
U. O. IUvi.it.ss Asst. Cash.
'HON! 81
AND SALES STABLES
ed. land. Proprietor
Missousi Avenue, Rear Courthouse
Tanners sell the furniture.
Dr. Kaho, Uesident Dentist.
Try the Llndel Barber Shop. Best
In town.
Get your well drilled free. See Oeo.
* "oss for particulars.
If you want a farm or city loan, see
«• P Johnston, abstracter.
If you are In doubt, drink a Fruit
Moss at Holing'** Pharmacy.
If you want to rent or sell your town
property, see j. Ryan>
Money to loan on chattel or real es-
purity. Farmers Hank & Trust
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
(Fully Paid.)
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W. M.CtO.Ct, C. V. Roctns. V.P. c. r. CODBEY. CMh.
The First National Bank
CLAREMORE. I. T.
CAPITAL, 150,000.00 STTRPT ?to ..H> ™
Stockholders Additional Liability, tso.ono' m " ' °°
ThteOn1vdNnge,SoBank in cl"-«">ore
Na"0nal Bank in Claremore
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tate
Co.
For Salk.—Bargains In improved
and unimproved city property.^ More
wanted. W. H. Bassmann.
The Farmers Bank & Trust Co. Is
the poor man's bank. One dollar will
open an account.
a few choice residence lots for sale
on your own terms. Close In. cheap.
-Claremore Realty & Investment Co.
Mrs. Akridge has rented the second
floor of the new Loomis building, and
her daughter, Mrs. Rosa Knorr, has
rented the second floor of theadjolnlng
Burns bunding, aiKl tlle entire floor
will be used as a rooming house.
See Webb the buggy man.
See Webb the Implement man.
See Webb the harness man, for
styles, comfort and cjuallty.
I^wney's chocolates at McDonald & ,
r rail's.
See J. Ryan for some choice resi-
dence iota.
T inrt'I'n* ^ (?rst_class work at the
Llndel Barber Shop.
A free we!! is a cheap one. Geo !
Ross drills them for nothing.
Money to loan on chattel or real es- I
tate security. Farmers Bank & Trust
John Kates came down from Nowa-1
Ski0 SPend ,hC F°Urth
n„fa"n, and clty ,oanSi insurance.1!
notarial work and abstracts.-W I'
Johnston, bonded abstracter.
r *'°°'?00 l0&11 °n f*rms. Monev
ready day abstract is found perlect.
Moork's Loan awd Investment CO. i
I'artles who have dead relatives. I
whose allotments have not been se-
lected should see me at once, ami
°"ra l
drtUlw"' B°s" """" hto "™ *«
GooH-room houM, i rn and well,
close In, price #1.250. See j. R,an.
G. II. Davis has been crippled the
past week with rheumatism, but has
so much business to look after that
he keeps at It.
n,L£87~Wednesday ^Picnic grounds
or between there and town a dark-
coat. t inder please return to R. F
Murphy or Messenger office.
Free well drilling! See Geo. Ross.
Jjjj* <-room house, barn, coal and
c;rn °USe- flstern and we"-close In,
cheap for cash. See J. Ryan.
mI ™ Bf°Wn We,,t ,0 Fort s«>lth
this momlng. to attend the annual
meeting of the Radium Wells com-
The best chance you will ever have
to buy a home, c lose In. Cheap.
Your own terms.
Claremore Realty & Investment Co. j
P. O. Boyd, Pres, j. Ryan, 1st. V-P j ,
_ , v r j. Lkn Comkh, Cash.
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FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO.
Capital Fullv Pair! <5n nnn nn
^Capital Fully Paid $50,000.oo
Funds Absolutely
Safe
PROTECTED BY
Burglar Proof
Steel Manganese
-Safe
Conducted on most liberal
Hies commensurate with safe
a n ^ banking. >;
4 Per Cent Interest on Time Deposits
u « „ DIRECTORS:-
SUMMER
Clothing Sale!
All 2-piece suits must be closed out in the next
30 days, and to do so we will quote prices on them to
show you that we mean to sell the entire lot.
All $16.50 and $18.00 Suits at $1150
" 12.50 « . aoo
" 10.00 " 7.00
850 " 6.25
We have some very fine children's suits, ages 3
to 5 years, made of fine blue serge with large detacha-
ble white collar, worth $6, to close at $4.25. A few
gray and blue serges worth $8, to close at $5.50 Moth-
ers, if you want your boy to have a fine suit for a little
lection' y°U Sh°uld see these before making your se-
RUCKER BROTHERS'
reliable store.
Candy always fresh at McDonald &
Trail's.
Bond* furnished for administrators
and guardian* and appointment secur-
ed at once. See A. F. Mood.
William Higgins, brother of George
Higgins of this place, has lieen ap-
pointed deputy clerk of the new court
at Bartlesville. Mr. Higgins has been
in the real estate business in Bartles-
ville for several years He served two
terms as secretary of state In Kansas
before coming to the Territory. I
Lowney's chocolates at McDonald A !
Trail's.
Tanners have everything up-to-date
and the prices are right.
Messrs. Eaton and Church, mem-
bers of the council, returned last Fri-
day from a trip to Woodward, c'tkla
homa, where they went, to inspect
t he water works system Just finished
In that town under the supervision of I
Mr Bullock. They report the Wood-
ward people highly pleased with their
water works.
LAST CHANGE
Next week will
wind up the sale
OF
Japanese Ware
HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE OUT OF OUR 5
VIENNA
PRICE
VIENNA FROM OUR STORE
Don't neglect this
Opportunity.
E. A. CHURCH
Jeweler
<^ simmon'sypure ^^^v^yl^y^knows'fhevTre th™^"* S SU?h aS Reid"Murdoch's, of Chicago;
tell us and we well get it and see that y he best Qual'ty-If we don't send you the best
Eggs on ice. Kansas Diamond Flour mS? are ProPcrly fill=d. Cream Cheese, Country Butter and
Headquarters for Overalls and Jackets
or Most Anything You Want
Claremore Mercantile Company
IC. S, Wort man. Attorney and
Counselor at Law. Office opposite
the post office, in the new bank
building.
R S. Saunders went to Kansas City
Thursday, on business.
«'. V. Rogers entertained his grand-
children. from Chelsea, the Fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cllneandtwo
soiis, ot Foyil, spent the Fourth here.
Royal Robinson, of Cheootah, was
the guest of relatives here the Fourth.
Richard Farris, of Tahlequah,
visited friends In Claremore this
week.
If you want a well, see Ueorge F
Ross, headquarters at Moore & Ryan's
furniture store.
H you fall to see the Claremore
Realty A Investment Co. about a lot •
now you will regret It.
THE
main attraction
next week 18
CLAREMORE,
IND. TER.
BIG CLEARING SALE

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Constant, J. A. The Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, July 6, 1906, newspaper, July 6, 1906; Claremore, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc178110/m1/1/ocr/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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