The Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, July 6, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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F. E. CAKLSTKOM, Pres.
II. II. MAKEMSON, Sec.
Claremore Land & Loan Company.
WE BUY LAND. WE SELL LAND.
LEGAL PAPERS DRAWN.
NOTARY WORK DONE.
Office in the Farmers Bank Sc Trust Company Building.
S Attoi n«y-at-Iraw.
I COLLECTIONS AND INSURANCE.
9o(Hce with Davenport & Hall, opposite Rucker Bros.' Store.
Real Batata Transfers.
Claud J Faglemnn to Robert Pollock
w 3 sw 14 21-14 and nw nw nw 27-18 21,
David Kversorts to J. F. McClellan
nla ae aw and ne sw aw 12 22 12, 9300.
Wm P Roaa to J. F. McClellan nw se
ne 33-83-16 00.
Jesse Gettingdown to J F McClellan nw
ne nw 4 22 16 985.
Nathan F Adams to Richard C Adams
nLa «> * and nw aw se 15 24 16 $750.
Joella Ray to Jones R Caudle and T.
D Taylor nw nwse less 2.47 acres 29 22
14 9876. SO.
Bruce L Keenan to John C Dannen-
lierg se nw and se ne nw 18-21-13 tlOO.
Sabra McKne to J P Allen sw ne and
w>6 nw se and ne nw se 22 23-15 tflOO.
Isaac Dixon to Walter F Nichols sw
ne se and nw ae 38 20 15 91.
Hulette F Aby to John B Ellis Its 20
21-22 blk 15 Skiatook $80.
Rufus B Cobb to Sarah J Johnson
re ae and ntj se se 29 24 17 11500.
Sam Patrick to Walter F Nichols sw
ne se and nw se 38-20-15 <1000.
Wm M Hall to G D Davis and A L
Kates It 7 blk 149 Claremore #190.
Malinda Baker to Caroline E Burns
wl£ sw nw and ne nw sw 26 22-15 MOO
Q D Davis to E. S. Story It 7 blk 114
Q D Davis and A L Kates to Wm M
Hall Its 12 blk 1 Davis & Kates add to
W E Halsell to W F Hays Its 1-2 blk
114 Claremore 96,200.
Chaa W Peck to W J Dodsoc It 2 blk
8 Academy add to Claremore $100.
Chaa D Sixkiller to W O Dickenson
and H C Walk ley und int ■ la sw ne
and n nw s« and ne ne sw 7-22-13
and se nw nw 12 22 12 and sw nw se 28
Thos Murphy etal to BR Lewis and
C W Eaton s se less 4.75 acres 31-20-
Annie Potts to Ouy L Reed nig sw 20
24 L3 9550.
Pryor C"eek Rial Estate Co to W A
Graham nw ne nw 36 and se se ae and
se ae sw 25 and wtg nw ne 38 and nw
ne se 23, all in 22 17, 9450.
A F Mood trustee to W L Sallee It 23
blk 1 Mood's add to Clan-mo™, 9100.
Jas T Wilson to Ida M Hall It 7 blk 1
Academy add to Claremore 9150.
Jas R Doberty to A II Donaldson It 2
blk 2 Keeler addd to Ramona 9100.
J M Bay less to Baird Investment Co
n ne and sl4 ne ne nw 31-20-13 94,
R H Blair-Ada Rutherford, Clare-
Jeff Asti-Rosie B Moore, Turley.
W B Lynch-Sarali J Layeook, Ca-
Alva B Hurse-Llllie Austin, Skia-
Wesly Garrett-Nettie Lester
Elmer Hllse-Martha L Williams,
Jas F Wlllliite-Naney M Barliam,
Are You With Us?
Enjoying an E. Z. Y. Rider? Ask
any of the thirty people who have
bought buggies of us this spring about
ours, for comfort, style and tjuallty.
Having spent 20 years iri the whole-
sale vehicle business we are prepared
to furnish equipment that is right.
Claremore Implement Co.
Krom the Record:
Allen 8. Hale, of Claremore, visited
friends here Sunday... .O. 8. 8k id more
unloaded a oar of ioe here yesterday....
Mayor Alltoa made a business trip to
Claremore, yesterday John Vander
ford was up to Nowata, Tuesday....
Barber Casey was down to Claremore
Wednesday Ed Sunday was a paa-
senger to Claremore Monday.... C* A.
Sclimoy and W. V. Hall have been busy
with building operations, at Claremore
this week W. J. Lamberson an
aoi>ncee that work will commence soon
on his rook store building. He already
has the foundation in and moat of his
rock on the ground Emmett Starr,
of Claremore, was in our city a short
while Saturday. He has a book ready
for publication which will be of much
value to tbe C'herokees. It gives the
trace of heirs in descent from 20 families,
dates back about 200 years and con
tains the names of about 60,000 people.
We knew It was coming and liere It
Is. The Tribune, published at Trib-
lett, Missouri, says:
"A black bewhiskered, wiry old Im-
postor, wearing a long blue hockbeat-
er and a Salvation army cap, was here
Monday soliciting aid for charitable
institutions, so he said. An item In
the Clark Chronicle 'blowing' an un-
authorized solicitor by the name of
Buch aroused suspicion and after
sweating the gent we were convinced
that he was the same fraud who
worked Clark. The marshal enter-
tained him for a while and wired to
the headquarters Id St. Louis for
Identification but no answer came.
By offering to return the donations
the marshal released the old bum.
Get your tar and feathers ready and
give him a warm reception if he
should hit your town." The public
has been very liberal with the Sal-
vation Army, because It is generally
recognized as doing good work. It Is
too good a graft for Impostors to let
John Rider, of Oglesby, was in town
the 3rd Mrs. E. Z. Hiate and chil-
dren left Tuesday for Pittsburg, Kan-
sas, where they will visit relatives
Nat Skinner will soon put in a new
store under the management of 8. L.
Garner .. .The derrick on the J. Bibles
place was burned down last week. The
origin of the fire is unknown Mrs.
E. L. W ilmoth and children returned
Friday froir Coffeyville, where they
had been visiting relatives ...Perry
Foreman visited relatives in Talala last
week •.. .John R. Stallsworth and family
have moved from Oglesby to Talala
Mrs. A. Green, of Vinita, is visiting
relatives here Miss Rena Smith left
for Nowata Monday....H. II. Slopey
visited in Talala Tuesday... ,I)r. and
Mrs. E. Y. Bass were shopping in Cof-
feyville last week... .Mnster Jim and
Miss Ruth Harnage are visiting relatives
in Vinita ...A. L. Robinson was in
Coffeyville last week Mrs. Etta Mil-
ler and children are visiting R. L. Far-
ror and family .. . Perry Allen, of Cof-
feyville, was in Talala June 28th R.
E. Pace was in Nowata last Thursday..
.E. L. Wilmoth has resumed his iiosi-
tion in W. C. Rogers' store after a
Miss Annie Price of Oologah is the
guest of Miss I .til la Eaton. She will
remain for several weeks and try a
course of Radium baths.
During the summer kidney Irregu-
larities are often caused by excessive
drinking or being overheated. Attend
to the kidneys at once by using Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold by all dealers.
List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in the Clare-
more postofflce for the week ending
July 2, 1906.
Cordie 8. Bump
Mrs. Freddie Fielda
Mrs. J. P. McKenney
Mrs. Edna Nichols
Mrs. J. Resourd
Mrs. W. J. West
J. M. Boner
J. J. Copper
Herman D. Davis
James A. Nesbit
B. T. Robertson
These letters will be seat to the dead
letter offloe July 16. 1906, if notdellv-
ered before. In calling for the above,
please say "Advertised," giving date of
Fist.-H. Jennings. P. M.
FOR BEST HOUSE PAINT.
Lit tle Mayme Whit more and broth-
er, K. W. Jr.. of Coffeyville. visited
their little cousins, Madge and Francis
Sanger, this week.
Celery Culture In Florida.
A few years back the low, wet lands
of the state that now produce thou-
sands of dollars annually for the
planters of celery, were deemed utter
ly worthless and could have been
bought for a song—no sane man would
have paid IB an acre for It, while
at the present time the Improved
land, peculiarly adapted to celery cul-
ture, will bring from 9300 to 11.000 an
acre, the unimproved 925 to 9125 an
W rong-Foot- F o rcmost.
"I got out of bed this morning
wrong-foot-foremost, and so everything
has gone badly with me the whole day
through!" Common enough It Is to
hear a man or woman say this, and
believe It wellnlgh as literally as If,
tn thus doing It. either of the two had
stepped on a tack—point up and bead
down—and so gone limping ever since,
not to speak of dire apprehensions of
Where a Lady Tells Her Age.
When ladles go to buy a dress In
Japan they tell the shopkeeper their
age. and whether they are married,
because there are special designs for
the single and double relations of life,
as well as for ages. The consequence
of this custom Is that you can tell the
age of every lady you meet, and
know whether she Is married, precise-
ly as though she were labeled.
Peach Stenea for Fuel.
In California it Is found that peach
stones burn as well as the best coal
and give out more heat In proportion
to weight. Large quantities of the
stones taken out of the fruit that Is
tinned or dried are collected cr sold.
Apricots stones also burn, but not so
well as peach, and do not command so
high a price.
A Fine Distinction.
Twas twins! The doctor laughed "ahI
And the father I such
K difference In the laughs j>
Now wherefore should It bef
laugh* jruu'l note;
Ha! ha!" la the proper thing to laugh
At thought of the bill and Its Joys;
•'He! he! 1a ti
Men That Succeed.
The men whom 1 have seen succeed
best In dlfe have always been cheer-
ful and hopeful men, who went about
their business with a smile on their
faces, and took the changes and
chances of this mortal life like men,
facing rough and smooth alike as It
1 HARDWARE BARGAINS JI
We disposed of a large quantity of our
Goods that were damaged by water to our
Auction Sale but we still have a great many
small articles that were wet that we will sell
We have new goods coming and will be in
position to sell you good Hardware as we have
always done in the past and at the right
price. Come and see us.
1 Mason Bros. Hardware Co. |
Mistake Was Fatal.
A Liverpool man who had been part-
ed from hla wife for some years
thought he recognized her among the
ballet girls on the stage of a theater.
He sprang up. pointed to her. cried
"My Minnie" and fell dead. But he
had made a mistake. The woman was
not his wife.
My little sister Marlon, when four
years old. was feeding some greedy
hens In the back yard one day at
noon. She was called to dinner, and.
on taking her chair at the table, ei-
clalmed: "Oh. mamma. I'm as hungry
as a chicken with a hundred tongues.'
Sarcasm from Dear Old Punch.
The absurd tale that l.*dy Hopton
Wood's pretty little Manx cat was suf-
fering from diseased liver has no
foundation In fact. Tfie liver was per
fectly good, and similar to that usual-
ly supplied.—Ixmdon Punch.
All Carried Walking Sticks.
Walking sticks were In the fashion
In Greece about four and twenty cen-
turies ago, when the man who ap-
peared In the streets of Athens with-
out a stick was liable to be arrested
as a disorderly person.
W. P. JOHNSTON,
CLAREMORE, I. T.
Abstracts, Heal Estate and Loans. Money to Loan on
Improved Farms and Citjr Property at Kight Per Cent.
Firs Insursncs Wiittsn in the Beet of Companies. Notary Public In Office
The first Japanese newspaper was
publisher In 1863. only forty one vears
ago. and contained some news trans
lated from the Dutch papers To-day
Japan haa 1,600 dally newspapers and
, COAT SIIIRT
Made as a custom shirtmakrr would make k. AD
the mairnals are shrunk before cutting by the
c i yIPc c o
proms, tnasimuveseach part maintaining us proper
iclatsoa. making ruy work for the home la until ee
• 1.00 AND MORE
CLUCTT.PIABODV 4 CO,
LnrirMt Makers ef CaUnm and Sfcirte In Um> World
"The Good Clothes Store'
Artificial Foot for Dog.
Mr. William H. Beers, n wealthy
New York broker, whoso pet St Her
nard dog had Ita forefoot crushed bv
a car, has ordered an artlflrlnl foot
made for the dog. regardless of c t
Bounty for Rrts.
An International lengn for the ev
termination of rats has been ftor-*-«
in Denmark. In Merlin the mitnlclns'
authorities sre offering a penny for
every rat's tall delivered.
Rhymed on Tyme.
An nM Imtv who lived «'• wn "t n.ic~-
Had bought her a new-fangled chiiern"
She went to s neighbor
Who churned with much lelghhnr
And tuld her to buy one like hoernc
Meat of Giraffe Popular.
African epicures consider th>
tongue of a young Klraffe a great del
eacy. The meat of the animal |* « .
to taste somewhat like veal.
The civil engineer often wlahes wltL
a sigh that he were really monarch ol
all that he surveys.—Somerville Jour
Olves Credit to Wlfa.
Prince Mlrsky. Russia's reform
statesman, attributes much of his sue
cess In public life to his brilliant wife.
Weetalnf Sumstrs's Coal Mines.
Bstsaslva coal mines sre now be-
tag worked on the Island of Sumatra.
An Artful Dodger.
lightning struck the First National
Hank building while the storm was on
Monday morning. No damage re-
sulted except to the telephone It Is
said that W. E. l.ee who was inside
the building at |he time warded off
the bolt from himself very adroitly.
"Here lies mine balie, as dear! as nits.
Whom Gott has kilt mit ager tils,
lie would not let him live mit me
So took him up to live mit He."
The child would have lived had he
been given Dr. Mendenliall's Chill
and Fever Cure. Sold by W. I). Mc-
(First published July (Uh. 190S. J
PROPOSAL TO LEASE.
In the United Slate* court In Indian Territory
a Northern Judicial luntrlot. nlttlnir ul Table
In the natter of the iruardlanitblp of Kllza H
and Kiuma H. DanleR mtuom Kimm Daniel*,
a* guardian of the above uiimeduiinoni.de
Mirlnic to leaae the landNof said ward* for oil
and tra* auninir purponeii to the hli(bc t and
beat bidder, to wit:
Lands of Kllza H Daniel*, a minor, aired d
vearw. of NK 4 of Section 'J Tow nship -I
N Kan ire II K
Lauds of Kintnalf Daniel*, a minor, aired d
ear*. SW«a of NK'« utl the N W'4 « f SK
ectlon an. Township .'I N Kainre 11 K
Notice In hereby iriven that Maid lands will
he offered for leane for oil and ira* mininir pur
p« -e at public vendue to the blirbe*t und bent
resLotudbie bidder, by A A Duvldxou. Master
in ( bancery. on the 19th day of July IIMV at
l:8Do'oloek p. m . at the office of said Master
in Chancery, at Tahlequah. Indian Territory
The *ucce*afui bidder shall be required to
pay. or natiMfactorily secure the amount of
fered a* bonus prior to tbe executiou of tbe
Was In Poor Health for Years.
Ira W. Kelley, of Mansfield. Pa.
writes: "I was in poor health for two
years, suffering frotn kidney and
bladder trouble, and spent considera-
ble money consulting physicians with-
out obtaining any marked benelit,
but was cured by Foley's Kidney
Cure, ami I desire to add my testi-
mony that it may be the cause of re-
storing the health of others " Re-
fuse substitutes. Sold by all dealers
|Fir t PnhHiksihue sth. imm |
In the United States Court, in the Northern
District, Indian Territory, at Claremore.
D. L. Denny, l'luiutiff. i
v* \ No .187.
lola Kansas Packing Co. Defendant *
The defendant, lola Kansas l'uekinir Co . is
warned to appear in this Court witbiu thirty
day* and answer the complaint of the plain
t if* Ik I I l..iL,.c
All the World
knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment
has no superior for Rheumatism, Stiff
Joints, Cuts, Sprains, Lumbago and
all pains. Buy it, try it and you will
always use it. Any body who has I will take Power of Allomey and represent
I any of the Kaslern or Km, Km 111 Cherukees
BELVA A. L0CKW00D
♦ 1!> F. Street, Washington, D. C.
tiff D L Denny
Witness, the Hon. Joseph A. <1111 Judire of
said Court, and the seal thereof, at Claremore
thl* Hih day of June luuv
C A Daviiinon. Clerk.
By M. W Ci.irr. Deputy Clerk.
H. Jennings. Attorney for Plaintiff
A. F Mot Hi. Attorney for
[Ftr*t publication the nth day of June. I«W j
In the United States Court. Northern District
ludian Territory, at Claremore
In the mutter of Kstate of Charles Beck.
Deceused. Probate No. *.*7.
Letter* of administration on tbe estate of
Charles Beck, deceased, were irrunted to the
undersigned, dated the 7th day of December.
1 WIS,by tbe United States court for the Northern
D strict, of tbe Indlau Territory. A11 persons
having elaims against said estate are required
exhibit them properly authenticated for
____ iwunee. to the administrator, wnhtu one
year after the date of said letter, or they may
be precluded from any benefit tn said estate,
and if such claims be not exhibited within t wo
years from tbe date of said letters, they shall
be forever Imrred und precluded from any
benefit from said estate
CARRIE BR< K.
Administrator of the estate of Charles Beck
Bushyhead. I. T.. June 1st. IttUrt
used Ballard's Snow Liniment is a
living proof of what It does. All we
ask of you is to get a trial bottle.
Price 25c, 50c and $1. Sold by Opera
House I>rug Store.
If vou want a pleasant home away
from the nolss im dust, tad yet con-
venient to the business part of town,
see A. F. Parsley. Kast Third street,
between Academy and Kadium.
ho have interest in t h«* #.* urn <«> ou under tbe
recent decision of the C S Supreme Court,
providing their ancestor* are on the roll* of
W. W. BRYAN. D. D. a.
Bowel Complaint in Children.
During the summer months children
are subject to disorders of the bowels
which should receive careful attention
as soon as the tirst unnatural loose-
ness of the bowels appears. The besl | CAROLINE
medicine In use for IxiweL complaint
non-resident Is Chaaitierlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy as It promptly
controls any unnatural looseness of
the bowels. Kor sale by W. I>. Mc-
W. F?. HAYS
Physician 6c Surgeon
OFFICIO: Koouih Uuvi.s-Bollm;lllock
Dominoea Free to Boya and Qirla
If you'll tell us the number and kind
of live stoek your )Ht|>a will *tiip this
year, you'll gW a nice set of DomiriH's.
KICK BROS., Commission Merchants,
Kansas City Stock Yards.
UokN luniaiA Guardian.
■ DVAM REAL ESTATE and
J. KTAPI, RENTAL AGENT.
Improved and unliaprm rd city properly for
•ale. lea e tad r*ut; will rent bouaee an<t tut*
ooUeet renla. claim* and teoouatr will kkleud
to any bukiuew In the real ekietellar I prom
Ue prompt and faithful Mien linn to all l>u l-
urn* minuted to me. and aollelt jour tmalneui
otltee lnI>atenpori A llall"* Law littler
l*hone — KesidPDee IM.
Notice to Farmers
YVe will furnish you
storage for your wheat. If
you wish to ship in car load
we will pay freight on same.
See us before selling your
KIDDOO-DAVIS MILLING CO,
Claremore, I. T.
WHAT A GREAT CONVENIENCE IS
ADy person who will secure
six new subscribers for the Kan
sas City Weekly Jonrnal at the
rate of 25 cents per year each,
making a total of fl.TiO, and send
the amount to us, together with
the names, will be mailed, as a
present, a beautiful Fountain
I'en; line rubber handle, 1-l-karat
gold point, fully warranted. Ad
dress The Kansas City Journal,
Kansas City, Mo.
This offer expires Oct. 1, 11)00
I have constant imiuiries for farm
and city property, to not and pur-
chase. If you have anything to sell
or rent list it with me and 1 will tfet
you a purchaser or renter.
W. H. Bassmann.
*19.40. Denver, Colorado Springs and
Pueblo, account Klks meeting
Dates of sale .Iuly 10 to l.">, linal
limit August 20. Ask about di
verse routes, stop-overs and side
*21.40. Pueblo and return. Dates of
sain June 1 to Septeml>er :#), final
limit October 31.
*21.00. Kouud trip to Denver and Col
orado Springs. Tickets on sal-
daily until Septemls-r 30, final
limit October 31.
$14 110. Og(lcn and Salt I^tke and re
turn. Dates of sale June 1 to
September :*), final limit Oct. 31.
116.90. St. Louis and return #21 !k">
( liirago and return. *2H.7."> Mil
waukce and return. Tickets on
sale daily June 1 to September
30, final limit October 31.
\'ery low rates to the City of Mexico
and many other points in all directions
Full particulars and information will
be cheerfully given at |«assenger station
lietween the hours of 7 u. tn. and 7 p. III.
Pullman reservations made KKKK Of"
F. O. Gkiswoli), Ag't Frisco R'y.
84 out of 25
Pocahontas, Ark., Feb. 17, 1005.
"Ship 3 gross Dr. Mendenhall's
Chill and Fever Cure. 1 have been
selling your Chill Cure for 7 years and
lind that 24 out of 25 who once us- it
will have no other. W. H. skinner,
Druggist " Sold by W. D. McClure.
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Residence. 'Phone 72.
Clakkmork, IND. TKK.
All calls promptly answered, day or
JAS. S DAVENPORT Wh M. HALL
DAVENPORT & HALL,
Attorneys at Law
General Collection* a Spoeialty. No-
tary in office.
< or "I hird street and Cstalajrsh Ave . Clare
more I 1 K.h.u.sU and 10 New Halsel
MulMing, Vinita, I. T.
A. Fv MOOD
Attorney at Law
Hoth CIvtI and Criminal Practice. Bankruptcy
und Probate Practice. Collection* and
corporation Law. Contest* and Pension*.
1 he only reffutered pension attorney In Ui«
rem tor y. Penmons quickly obtained
CLAUEMOUK, I. T.
fcaHay G; Shaw,
Attorneys at Law,
autoiMiBf Claremore, I.
Notary Public Insurance Real Kstate
W. H. BASSMANN,
lieneral law practice. Special attention
i-'Uei. t.1i collection*, commercial and proba'.e
IHW W'riie rtrc and tornadoInturanee In beat
old hue companies at .urrrut rates Aleo
Dandle real both city and farm prop-
erty sold and rented All kinds of notarial
ork and convejenolntf promptly done
CI.AKKMOKK. IND TKK.
■i i mnwi wusnIWWWMI i eimi i mm
All Summer via the Santa Fe.
Touriat tickets on sale every day at very low rates.
To gnin a pleasant and auiiiicious introduction to Colorado you
■bould travel Santa Ft*. The magnificent mountain panorama
over one hundred miles long seen en route to Denver and
through Puelilo and Colorado Springs prepares you as nothing
else can for those other attractions offered liy this great vaca-
Pullmans, chair cars, fast trains and Harvey meals. A combi-
nation appealing to discriminating travelers.
Descriptive literature Iree.
ervations, apply to
For rates, time table folders or res-
it J KENNEDY. PassenKer Agent,
The Atchlaon, Topeka & Santa Fc Railway Company,
lonsorial Parlor & Bath Rooms
Fine line of Clears.
A«eot for tbe CoBeyvUle steam Laundry.
Dr. M. H. Gordon,
PHYSICIAN AND 8URQKON.
—OmCBOVKB t'lTY Ditt o STORK. -
Calls prompt ly answered, day or night
Hold Kililuu. ft .*>; Sdv
an teed 10 yeurs
ood Set of Teeth for ftl
All work tfuar-
1 Tears In Claremore
J. B. KUTHERFORD.
Oftlce In Opera House Block,
John m. taylor, jr.
W NOTARY PUBLIC,
CLAREMORE, I. T.
Under Ibe reoest decision Of the U g . su-
preme court awardlnetke Kaatern Imlfraul
i'brroktenlt.uMMUl, all descendants will be
enUUed to participate I wish tu state that I
bavs tbe official roll taken by the «ov
lu ISM, aad will furnish to descends.)
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