The Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, January 31, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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KIDNEY TROUBLE IS FATAI
Nino neople out of ten have some form of Kidney or Bladder
Trouble! The symptoms aro Sleeplessness, Nervousn«stv Diz-
ziness, Headaohe and Cold Feet and Hands, as well as more
Dr. Nott's Melon Seed Remedy
Is the Reconized Cure for all Ailments of the Kidney or Bladder
Don't Wait! A delay may
MELON-SEEL) is an unfailing cure and has the strongest recommend-
ations of the physicans.
Mil. Fit A N K PERKINS, of Lako Provldonco, I*., write*:
"1 rccclvcd a hottleof l r. Nott's Melon-Seed Kltlni'y mul llladdur Remedy a
few iluy*ugo, and since I liavr been taking III feel like a iivw man."
Hundreds of homes that have known the withering touch of Kidney trouble
would now know only health if Melon-Seed had been known to them!
FOR SALE BY
HALL & GILKESON
Buy a bottle today and ward off the fatal stage!
cost you your life!
Issued Kvory Friday.
CLARK SMITH, EDITOR.
One Year 11.00
Six Month* &o
Entered ;it the lVwtolllee in Claremore
t. T., as second ci i mall matter.
Official Paper of City of Claremore
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVEN
Pursuant to a call issuod by
the Republican Stato Committee
i hereby call a county conven-
tion of the republicans of Rogers
county, to be hold at 2 o'clock,
p. m., on Saturday, February 20,
1908, for the purpose of electing
seven delegates to the state con-
vention to be held at Oklahoma
City March 11 for the purpose
of electing four delegates to the
National republican convention
at Chicago, and to reorganize
the state committee.
Representation to the county
convention will be based upon
the vote of Sept 1G for Prank
Prantz for governor, one dele-
gate being allowed each pre-
cinct for each twenty five votes
or major fraction thereof cast
for Frank Franlz at said elec-
tion. This will entitle each pre-
cinct to the following number of
Blue Creek 1
Davis-Kates Addition 3
Chelsea, l'reeinct 1 2
Chelsea Precinct 2 1
; Claremore, Precinct 1 3
Claremore Precinct 2 4
The precinct or township cau
cuses shall be held on Friday,
February 23, between the hour
of 12 m. and 6 p. m, at a place to
be designated by the precinct
committeeman, or in case he
fails to act by some person to be
appointed by the county chair-
Said precinct caucus will elect
the delegate in accordance with
the above appointment.
Alex. A. Dennison,
'Clark Smith, Secretary.
The action of the congression-
al committee at Vinita Monday
in not endorsing any president
ill candidate was a laudable one.
The day is now here when the
npablicans of Oklahoma will
,se to have their opinions
ed foe them by committees
the members present con
the matter of endorse-
§- and selection should (be
by the people themselves
their delegates fat Sa-
' March 4th. If the par
the proper treatment
the hands of the new ad-
tion they will not send
to the convention who are
in amord with the rank and
of Oklahoma republicans.
Thoro Kcems to bo u , great di
verslty of opinion among tho ro
publicans of Oklahoma as to the
mutter of instructing delegatos
to tho National Convention to bo
bold at Chicago in June. Tho
matter to our mind is one of po
culiar circumstances. To begin
with what business has Oklaho-
ma, until it can show that it
will dolivor to the successful
nominee a few doctoral votes, to
try to dictate to the states which
are republican and elect tho
president, who the man shall be
whom they will elect? A uum-
ber of good men aro mentioned
for the ollice. Every ono has
many friends in Oklahoma. The
men who are in charge of federal
patronage insist on nominating
Taft for the purpose of putting
themselves right with the ad
ministration. Why should the
rank and lilo vote instructions
on delegates for the personal
satisfaction of a few pie counter
fellows? They shouldn't. If a
delegation goes to tho conven-
tion instructed, their hands are
tied toward doing good work for
Oklahoma. If their vote is in
doubt, there is a chance to get
something beneficial for the
state. If they could dictate to
the man with their vote as a bal-
ance of power that Oklahoma
would go to the support of the
one who would favor us with a
good cabinet officer the party
would do more for the state
than they would have done by
electing a governor. •
Neither in Oklahoma, Kansas
or Missouri has there been a
republican county convention
held, yet it is claimed that these
states are all for Taft. They
may be, but politicians and news-
papers sometimes are mistaken
and sometimes the common herd
refuse to take the gap and go
over the fence.—Vinita Journal.
The New York state commit-
tee also got hasty and have en-
dorsed Hughes for the presi-
dency. Taft's forces have been
working for an endorsement,
but they won't think it fair now.
have the White Sewing
: is fortunate in the
(it baa walking adver
Convulsions, or Spasms
and St. [Vitus' Dance are
Kervous Diseases. Most
cases can be cured by;
strengthening and build-
ing up the nervous system.
To do this a nerve medi-
cine is needed. Dr. Miles'
Nervine will be found
efficacious and satisfac-
tory. It has cured many;
cases of these diseases
and we believe it will
cure you. iWe can give
you names of many who
have been cured through
its use. Write for advice.
"My *on John had epilepsy for yearn,
and after having him treated by
epeciallau for over 2 years he stIU
continued to have spells. I had al-
most given up in despair, but know-
In* the virtue of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pals
Plfiai for aide headache, I concluded to
try the Nervine. I>urinjr June, 190*. I
Bv« him a teaspoonful three times a
y, then In July I gave It as directed,
and I could see that he was improving;
and lie has not had a spell since
August is, 1906, and has taken no
medicine since Jan.-07. I am
Call lor County Convention.
In accordance with the action of
the Congressional Committee at VI*
nitaJan. 27, I hereby call a county
convention of delegates to meet at
Claremore on Friday, Feb 28 , 1008,
for the purpose of electlug eight dele-
gates to the Congressional Conven-
tion to be held at Sapulpa March 4.
Precinct caucuses will be held at the
time and place and In same manner
as those called by the Rogers County
Chairman and will select delegates on
February 28, to attend this conven
tion The same delegates may be se'
lected as for tho county oonventlon.
Apportionment one delegate for every
t wenty-live votes cast for tho repub-
lican ticket in the September elec-
tion, and number of delegates from
each precinct the same as provided
In the county call.
John M. Taylor, Jr.,
Congressional Committeeman for Ro-
Clark Smith, Secretary.
IAVRR right of way. 21-21*10, $178.
John Q Adam* to Alex A Dennison,
lots H uit.l 1.1 In block I, lot g7 in block
2 and lot 4 in block 8, town of Dennison,
Anmn liutler t ul to Alex A Denni-
son, lie sw ne, 12-21-W, $100.
Italian Bees for Sale!
Thirty-throe hives of Italian l!ee*
for sale, tXim per stand. Two evira
hlvea with euttli pnrolmsu. This Is a
llargnln and voiir opportunity
W. H. BROWN,
Claremore, ok la.
Near the lilg Lake.
Call lor Preia Meellnf.
A mill Is hereby Issued for a meeting
of the Republican i'roas Association
of the Third Congressional District,
to meet at tho Nt. .lamox Hotel, at
Mapulpa, on Tuesday, March .1, at 4
o'clook, p. in, for the transaction of
such business as may regularly come
before that body.
C. H. Douglass, President.
W. K. Dixon, Seeretnry.
Is or should be worried when the lit*
tie ones have a coiikIi or cold It
may lead to croup Of plourlty or
pneumonia—then to something more
serious. Mallard's llnruliouiul Syrup
will cure the trouble at once and'pre
vent an|' complication. Sold by Me
Js* an* w authorize him «e return
grteeef anrteeeue (ealy) u ft teas
P S—I*. _
ie Just aa It Is hoping
_ others to try it"
H. ALLISON. Moo res vllle, N. C.
Real Estate Transfers.
Furnished by the Central Title &
r i«tCo., Alex. A. Dennison, Mgr.
George W Benge and Fannie F Benge
to John H Middleton, e hf ne sw, 20-22-
Geo W and Julia Cochran to R E War-
ren, lots 6 and 7, block 29, ' Catoosa,
W S and R N McKinney to A A Lamar,
lots 1 and 8 and w 10 ft off w side lot 2
and lot 7 all in block 8 Parsley's add to
A W and Vene M Moore to W S Mc-
Kinney, lots 1 and 8 and w 10 ft off w
side lot 2, and lot 7, all in block 3, Par-
sley's add to Claremore, $1.
Nettie Boswell to Lewis B Malone,
ne, 13-19-17, $800.
Thos D and Jessie Taylor to Chas Mc-
Carthy, lot 5, block 4, Middleton & Tay-
lor add to Collinsville, $112.50.
Equitable Inv Co to J M Carrico, se
ne ne, 30-24-17, $50.
Equitable Inv Co to J M Carrico, nw
se and n hf sw se and se sw se and ne
ne sw, 33-21-17, $545.
Guy O Bayless to JoeL Gibbs Jr, e 50
ft lot 6 and w 10 ft lot 5, block 101,
Nancy J Reese to Jas P Allen, w hf
sw sw and ne sw sw and nw se sw,
Mary L and J F Flippin to Myrtie I
Shiffer, lot 12, block 7, Flippin add to
Delia Woodall to Jas F Carver, e hf
se sw, 27-23-17, also se se, 20-21-15, also
se nw also sw sw ne, all in 18-16-22, $1
and other valuable considerations.
Joseph Lehr to Jas F Carver, e hf se
sw, 27-23-17, also se se, 22-21-15, $1 and
other valuable considerations.
Mabel Morgan to M E Holmes, n hf
sw, 23-19-17, $800.
Belle Poorboy to New State Land Co,
sw nw and sw nw nw and nw senw and
sw sw ne, 23-21-17, $100.
Charles B Rogers et al to Rose Oil
Co, n hf sw se; se sw se; s hf se se sec
10; also ne ne ne sec 15, all in 24-17,
Rufus and Ella Vann to J H Medaris,
21.68 acres lot 1, 5-23-17, $35.50.
W L Teel to HA Jenks, se ne ne, 17-
Foyil State Bank to O A Johnson, e
90 ft lot 10, block 12; s hf lot 9, block
12, and e 90 ft n hf lot 9, block 12,
Ward H and Fannie L Sanger to Bank
of Claremore, lots 8, 9 and 10, block 2,
Academy add to Claremore, $349.62.
S M and Nora A Dodson to B F Cul-
ley, lots 4, 5, 6 and 7, block 57, and lots
9, 10, 11 and 12 in block 56, Chelsea,
Julia B Lester to Alfred and Milo
Foyil, Be sw nw sec 32, and se nw se
sec 29 less 1.75 acres St L & S F R R
right of way, all in 23-17, $757.
Isaac W Slack to Eddy E and Rosa J
Rector, ne ne and ne se nw, 30-22-17,
Eddy E and Rosa J Rector to Isaac
W Slack, n hf ne, 30-22-17, $600.
Leon Cooper to J H Dana, sw se se,
John W and Nancy May Paxton to
J L Beatty, lot 6, block 5, Talala, $100.
Rebecca Bunch to Jas P Allen, sw se
27-24-14, and w hf ae se, 27-24-14, $400.
Jones R Candle to Chas N Wkkizer,
Wickizer, and half int ae ne, 8-22-14,
Jas F Carver to H C Cobb, se se, 22-
21-15; e hf ae aw, 27-23-17; the ae nw
and aw aw ne all in 13-16-22, $1.
Clyre's Drug store.
Jack London Sate.
London's bankers In Oakland, des
pairing of his safety, recently record-
ed the mortgage against his home nt
Glen Kllon, which was drawn last
April in order that the adventurous
writer could obtain funds with which
to lit out the Snark. It was under-
stood that the mortgage was to be
held without bolng recorded as long
as London's safety seemed assured.
The action of the bank was taken as
an Indication that Its otllccrs feared
he hod met disaster.
Jack London left llllo, fllnwll, on
October 27th for Tahiti of tho Socity
Islands on his voyage around the
world for the Woman's Home Com-
panion in his little ketch-rigged
boat the Snark. He should have
readied Tahiti by the first of Dec-
ember, and it was feared that some
serious accident had befallen him.
With London In the Snark were his
wife, James L; Warren, who Is cap-
tain, Martin Johnson, the engineer,
one sailor and two Japanese servants.
London expects to spend seven
years on his voyage around the world
describing for the Woman's Home
Companion the life and customs and
countries of the strange people lie
meets. From the Society Islands he
expects to touch at Samona, Tas-
mania, New Zealand, Australia, New
Guinea, then up through the Phil-
ippines to Japan, Korea and China,
and so on^tolndla. After this ho Is to
go to Europe, the Atlantic Coast of
America, and San Francisco again,
via the Horn.
The Snark is forty-five foot on the
water line, weighs thirty tons, and
has an auxiliary gas engine, which
getting out of repair, caused the de-
lay that has occasioned so much
worry. The engines are now being
overhauled at Papeitl. The boat as
originally planned was to cost $7,000.
She actually cost oTiout $25,000 before
she left San Francisco, six months
late, the terrible increase in cost be-
ing due to the earthquake and fire
and to the subsequent scarcity of
Doeslt the B usiness.
Mr. E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinton,
Maine, says of BucKlen's Arnica
Salve. "It doeS the busiuess; I hav
used it for chapped hands and it cur-
ed thiem. Used it for piles and it
cured them. Applied it to an old
sore and it healed it without leaving
a scar behind." 25c at McClure's
Post Masters Will Meet.
Pres. J. A. Butler, of Vinita, and
secretary R. H. Jeuness,of Okmulgee,
of the Indian Territory Postmasters
Association, have called a meeting of
their association at Oklahoma City
March 11. At this time the Oklaho-
ma association meets there also and
the two associations will coalesce.
Mr. Jenness was hero Monday to con-
sult with Mr. Butler about the meet-
WiaOONIIN MAUI HUNTINO.
Digging Clams far the Valuable Oam
Twenty Years Age.
Twenty yeara ago a pearl erase
started In Wisconsin. Every one dui
clams, aays Outing Maculae Mills
stopped and the water waa drawn
from the will ponds that the people
might get the mussels more easily.
Previous to 1I! S, according to the
government report, $300,000 worth of
pearla were found In Wisconsin—
Sugar river alone yielding $10,000 be-
fore becoming exhausted. At that
time river pearla were not valued aa
highly as "orientals," but now they
are eagerly bought by Jewelers. Sev-
eral years ago button factoriee were
established at varloua polnta oa the
Mississippi river. Men collected clama
and aold the ahella to these factories
to be made Into pearl buttons, Some
pearls were found and another craae
soon started. Men tlockod to tha river
from all walka of llfo. White men,
red men. black men, brown men and
women, all camo, though after a
month of sun. wind and river water
coffee, racial characteristics grera not
In the summer of 2903 it waa said
that 20,000 men were clamming on
tha Mississippi and ita tributaries. In
the aprlng of the next year tha roah
waa even greater, but this did not laat
long. Owing to tho overfishing of tha
previous season, tho market waa al-
ready overstocked und the price of
ehclls had droppod so low that by
July comparatively few boata wore
at work. Many enormous beds that
woro thought to bo lnexhaastiblo bad
given out, the buyers rejected ao
many (only about a quarter of thoae
caught were aalable, even at tha lat-
ter part of the season) tha river waa
almost deserted. u
HOW TO WIN BATTUM.
Men Who Hit Are Determining Factor
Other things being equal, good
shooting Is the determining factor In
war. Poorly drilled and hastily or-
ganized bodies of men can give a good
account of themselvea if they know
how to ahoot and hit what they ehoot
In our war for Independhnce, says
Army and Navy Llfo, the colonlata
were woodsmen. They carried and
used their arms to supply their home*
with food, and to protect them from
the savage. As marksmon they vast-
ly outclassed the British, and that
more than anything else gave Wash-
lngton the final victory.
Again, in our great civil war, mark
the effect ot a general knowledge of
firearms. In the south were aportlng
people; they were fond of riding and
hunting, shooting at target and at
game entered into their eports and
pastimes. The north was commer-
Ita men knew nothing of firearms,
save the flintlocks of their grandfa-
thers, objects of curiosity In their
shops or homes, except in the far
west, where the life of 1778 waa still
being lived. The result waa that In
the east the southern troops were gen-
erally victorious for a couple of yeara
until the northern troops learned to
shoot What little success the north
had was in the west where they were
little better than a standoff.
Banking By Nail.
2 Don't keep more money in tlie
house than you Immediately need.
Why rUk low through tire or
thieves, and al*n lot* of,Interest
while your money Is lying Idle?
Put your spare money into an
1NTKIIKST-IIKA III Nil OKBTIF-
1CATJC or DEPOSIT and make
It earn more for you until yiu
i TlilH HANK 18 NOtTRTIIKU
AWAY THAN YOUR NEAREST
POST OFFICE, and you can make
deposits and draw money with
perfect safety through the iimll*.
Let us solid you a card for your
signature and full Information
about tho modern way of doing
your banking buslnesN when not
living near a hank.
THE BANK OF CLAREMORE
State, County and Clty.Depunitory.
K1r«l publication J mm ury ,14, i0um |i
Notice ol Final Settlement.
lu tbo Bailer of I lie okiate of Julio (l Kchrim-
folios la hereby given that W. V
Random. Administrator of the enisle of
Julio U. Bohrlmsher, dooosnod, lisi filed hi*
llnsl aoooattl sod report la the Comity Court
ofltogeni County, Oklahoma, praylug a dual
M-tllemrul und order of distribution of said
estate, and tho same ban boon net for hearluir
before the County Judge of said County at
hU offioe Id Claremore tin the 1Mb day of Feb-
ruary. IUOH, at ten o'cloek. a. in., nt which
lime and plaeo say and all persou* may up-
pear and how oauno, If uny they have, why
►aid report nhouht not bo approved, uu ordoj
ofllnul distribution ofnuld «Mslo made, mild
adsslnlilralor dtnoharvod and hi* udmluWtrs-
lion boud released.
Dated January nth, ItOH.
A Soil III ALU IhiRDH,
Itogen County, Oklahoma
W. II. Dsuimano. Attorney for blate.
Real Itstate & Rental Agt
Koom 1*5 Flippin llullding.
Kpeelul attention given to property of
Nutsry t'ublio Insurance Ileal Kaiste
Probate and Coiuiuerelal law a spec
Oflleo—Davis Holing building. ,
( i .mtkmlhik, okla.
JOHN Q. ADAMS
Attorney and Counselor
Otllee, Room I, I'ostonico Hulldlng
LaHAY and shaw
Jas. 8. DAVKNPOHT We. M IIALIV
DAVENPORT & HALL.
Attorneys at Law
Gonornl Collections a Specialty. No-
Cor. Third Street und Outuisyuh Ave., Olsre
more. i. T. Iloonml' and IV New UaUel
ilulldlns, Vinita. 1. T.
Flrhl publication January $1, IDOti.
Notice of Guardian's Sale of Real
Notloe la heroby given that pursuant to the
order of tbo County Court of Itoners County,
Oklahoma, the undcralgned Uuurdlau or the
estate of William Dixon, a minor, will, on and
after the lotb day of February, iwih, at
o'clock p. m., oiler for sale at private sale for
caah at the office of J. Q. Adams. Clure.
more, Oklahoma, the real estute hereinafter
dcsorlbed, the same being a part of the os
tale of suld minor, lllds for suid real estate
must bo In writing and may be submitted to
said guardian personally or to him at the place
above mentioned, and may be submitted on
and after the first publication of this notice
and untU said real estate is sold.
8ald real estate Is situated In the County of
Rogers and State of Oklahoma and described
as follows: The undivided one-third interest In
and to the Kant Half of the South-west quar-
ter of SecUon 36, Township Sit), Kange 15, East
of the Indian Meridian.
Guardian ot the estate of WUllam Dixon, a
Wile Must Sign All Chattel Mort-
That Chattel Mortgages executed
upon exempt property by the hus-
band without the consent of the wife
is void was the opinion given by
Judge Joseph G. Love in the district
court last evening in- the suit of
Joseph Bahner'against the Bank of
Oklahoma City on the transfer of a
School District Suits.
Foyil lias one of the bestschool dis-
tricts in the county and has taxable
proi-erty and children sufficient for a
good school. One requisite is a
good comfortable and roomy school
house—this we have not. Now what
are we going tddoabout it, Mr. school
patron? The property of this dis-
trict will justify a bond issue for suf-
ficient to bnild a school house that
will make a good school possible. You
have elected a school board that is
friendly to the good school proposi-
tion, and will do all in their power
to promote that end, but they can
do nothing without your auRintjn^
The people of this district can
make no better investment than a
good school house, and it la to be
hoped that we will have no ktoken
oa tbla propaettkm.—Pojll f
A Paying Crop.
P. W. Burbrldge, M. A., of Dublin,
in hla opening address at the narcls-
bus conference, held in 1896, said:
An acre of wheat or potatoes way be
put down as worth from >£20 to
£50, according to locality, variety,
etc., but an acre of choice daffodils or
narcissuses may be worth ejiythlng
from £50 to £600, or even more."
The advisability ot blending bulb-
growing with the culture ot flowering
roots of all kinds is increasingly ap-
parent, and thus the chance of suc-
cess is widened. In addition, flower
production may be regarded as a very
natural aid to the enlargement of tho
scope of the bulb grower. There is an
astonishing demand in large cities for
the very commonest kinds of blos-
soms, and many a grower Is adding
substantially to his annual turnover
and profits by the production of these
ordinary flowers.—Dundee Adver-
Not a Welch One. V
Rev. Mr. Freuder of Philadelphia,
was invited to dine at the house of
friend whose wife went into her
kitchen to give some final orders. In-
cidentally, she added to the servant:
"We are to have a Jewish rabbi for
dinner to-day." For a moment the
maid surveyed her mistress In grim
silence. Then she spoke with deci-
sion: "All 1 have to say is," she
announced, "if you have a Jewish
rabbi for dinner, you'll cook It your-
Taking Her Pick.
The following was told at a smoker
recently, and it is not so bad, either.
The narrator told of another little
feed he once attended, where eight
men were sent home in one hack;
and the driver simply rang the door-
bell and when a feminine voice called
from the upper window: "Who Is
therer' the Jehu replied: "Missus,
will you be so kind as to come down
and pick out your babyf'-rUppln-
The future is to the people who are
strictly sober. The Japanese, officers
and soldiers, fed on rice, and during
the great war from which they Issued
victorious had only water to appease
their thirst—Heart Rochefort In Lln-
Lame Shoulder Cured.
Lame shoulder is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles and quick-
ly yields to a few applications of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Mrs. F.
H. McElwee, of Boistown, New
Brunswick, writes: "Having been
troubled for some time with a pain
in my left shoulder, I decided to give
Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial
with the result that I got prompt n-
u«" | M. «
Notice of the Filing of Petition to
Bestow Majority Privileges.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
person will, as next friend of Charley Jones, a
minor, residing near Chelsea, in Rogers Coun-
ty, in the state of Oklahoma, tile la the Dis-
trict Court for the County aforesaid, on the
3d day of February, 1008, at Claremore, in said
County her petition asking an order and judg-
ment of the said court investing suid Churley
Jones with full majority, rights and powcts In
the execution of any contract or In the sale of
certain lands of suld wurd which lands are
described In said' petition, and such other
contracts as shall effect the .said lands.
* Next Friend for Charley Jones.
Dated Jan. 4th, 1008.
Chas. II. Rogers,
Attorney for Petitioner.
First publication January 3,1008.
State of Oklahoma I
Rogers County f
Before J. W. M. Brown, Justtoe of the Peace
within and for Catoosa (No. 6) Township,
Rogers County, said state.
The St. Louis Machine and Tool Company,
C. A. Stewart and A. W. Jennings,
Partners as Stewart & Jennings,
The defendants, and each of them, will take
notice that they have been sued in the above
entitled cause and court by The St. Louis
Machine & Tool Company, on account fo.-
goods, wares and merchandise, and property
has been attached, and that they must answer
the bill of particulars of the plulntm, therein
Hied, on or before the 5th day of Feoruary.
1008, or In default thereof the said bill of par-
ticulars will be taken as true, and judgment
will be rendered thereon In favor of the plotnt-
iff and against the defendants tor the sum of
sixty-eight and thirty one-hundredths (W8.30)
Dollars, and cost of action, and the attach-
ment therein will be sustained and the prop-
erty attached applied to the payment of said
judgment and costs of said action, together
with the expenses of said attachment.
Witness my hand this the 2d day of J anuary,
1908. J. W. M. Brown.
E. G. Wilson, Justice of the Peace.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
We have purchased the entire
stock of pumps of the Clare-
more Implempnt Company, and
this stock combined with our
former stock, enables us to offer
you some very attractive bar-
gains, both in deep well and
See us for gas and water pipe
a. f. mood
lloth Olvll and Criminal Practice. Bankruptcy
and Probate Pruotloe, Collections and
Corporation Luw, Con testa und Pension*.
The i mly registered pension attorney In the
Territory. Pensions quickly obtained.
CLAREMOltK, I. T
MOODY & KiGHT
Attorn hys-at-L aw
Will practice in all Courts.
E. S. llessey. J. B, Rutherford.
bessey & rutherford
Attorneys at Law
Office in opeija house hldo.
CLAREMORE, - - - OKLA.
john M. taylor. jr
attorney at law
Will practice in all courts
w. f. hays
Phvsician and Surgeon
OFFICE: Rooms Uavis-Bollng Block
Calls promptly aaswered Day or
j. f. means, m. d.
claremore, I. T.
Special attention to diseases of the
eyes and litting of glasses. Office in
First National Bank Building.
a. n. lerskov, m. d.,
PHYSICIAN AND SOROEON.
Night phone 221. Office phone 221
Office in Moore building, opposite post office
—up-statrs, To-vn und country culls promt
ly answered day or night.
W. w. bryan, d. d. s.
Office In Bank of Claremore building, Glar
more. 1. T
Office phone 61; residence 126.
Teeth Extracted and Filled
without pain. Pure (jold
Crowns that -others charge
15to 18—Our price M. Good
Set of Teeth for W. Gold
Filling, II .60; Silver 60o. AU
work guaranteed 10 years.
7 Tears in Claremore
Eletrlc fan in offlee.
J. A. MORELAND.
No job too small: no job too large.
G. W. SPEAR
Job Carpenter and Painter
All work guaranteed and at reason-
W. A. CARSON
Would like to do your picture work.
I have had the necessary experience
and my gallery is fiUod wit* the
E. A. WATSON
Seven Years in Claremore
Will clean, rep&r and press your
clothes at small cost and do It the
way it should be done—neatly and
cleaning and pressing
Suit, pants, coat, vest, 11.50 to 12.25.
Coat, 75c to 11.00. Pants 50c to 75c.
Vest, 25c to 50c. Skirts, plain 75c,
half pleat II, full pleat
60cv> 75r, pants at . -
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Smith, Clark. The Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, January 31, 1908, newspaper, January 31, 1908; Claremore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc178182/m1/4/: accessed February 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.