Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, November 6, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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A grape eream of tartar powder.
Makes pure, healthful, delicious
food. No alum, no lime phosphate.
There if an infallible teat by which
every housewife may detect the unhealthy
M alum baking powders—
The label will tell
Study the label. If it does not say cream
of tartar the baking powder ia made from
alum and muat be avoided.
? Local Happenings c
Or. Kaho, resident dentist.
Applet by the terral at Clifford*!.
Freali lettuce at New state Green
Everything good to eat at Clifford's
Some good flour at 12.75 per 100
$100,000 U> loan on farm lands. See
8ee A. A. Dennlson. tf
KdgaK Anderson transacted busi-
ness In Muskogee Monday.
Remember Tanners have the finest
line of Oriental rugs In town.
Cotton batts and qullb goods can
be found at Saunders' Store.
For all kinds of jewelry and repair
work see Bishop, the Jeweler.
W. B. Hamilton came down from
Afton Monday night on business.
Those wishing hogs killed should
pee J. £. Clifford, at Clifford's mark-
Take your watoh repairing to J. W.
Bishop, and get a job that will be
Mrs. J. M. Boilng went to Vinita
Wednesday|and spent the day with
Home rendered lard, cottolene and
snowdrift will be found at Clifford's
S. M. Flanegan and family moved
to Tulsa last Saturday to take up
Tanners have received a shipment
of Oriental rugs, which are beauties.
The prices are right.
D. E. Garner and family went to
Wagoner Monday, where they expect
to make their future home.
I will buy your City of Claremore
Election is now over, and we
wauld like to try printing the news
again. Please tell it to us when you
have a local.
The Messenger office; has board
letter iiles, stationery racks, paper
clips aud fasteners in Its legal blank
Mr. John Davis is able to be up
again after a few days sickness He
will soon leave for Phoenix, Arizona,
to spend the winter with Mrs. Davis
and daughter, Mary.
Tanners for nice rugs.
Be sure and see Taannera line of
Barrel and sack salt at Clifford's
•100,000 to loan on farm lands. See
Ales. A. Dennlson.
Four room house for sale:—Inquire
at Messenger office.
Just received another car of Lyon's
Best (lour at Clifford's.
D. B. Adams camo home spent a
few days at home this week.
If In need of Insurance, see Den-
nlson. He hasthe best companies, tf
Bishop, the Jeweler,. has the fam
ous Simmons watch chain. None
L. H. Eddy and wire returned
Tuesday from their visit to Indiana
H. C. Downey went Tuesday on
business to Chandler and other Okla-
1 will buy your City of Claremore
Men's and Boys' shirts, in Wool
and Madras, ranginu In price from
50c up to $2.50 each, at Saunders'
lias Foster and family have return-
ed from Colorado, where they have
been for several months, and will
locate here again.
Mrs. F. M. Fountain's mother
from Newkirk, Oklahoma, and-Mr.
Fountain's mother, from Cleveland
Okla., came to attend the funeral of
little Pauline Tuesday.
J. A. Wagoner received the 15.00
in gold given away by the Bank of
Claremore for the 3 best ears of corn
left In their bank. W. G. Riggs. T.
Chambers and E. D. Somers were the
Have vou seen Tanners new De-
livery wagon? It is a dandy.
Ashby Rozelle, who has worked for
E. A. Church In the jewelry store for
several years, has gone to Nowata to
conduct a jewelry store of his'own.
Ashby has been a good and faithful
worker for Mr. Church, and has
made a great many friends who are
loath to see him leave. He is a good
workman aud the Nowata people
will do well to patronize him.
Mr* M || Ctiuntli returned the
weok from a trip to Kama* City
MIm Ula Mct'ieltaii U in Can*
Mrs. J. M LilUy spent part of the
week In Munkogve.
The t'lilltlMi of J. Heritor! Moure
have the warlet fever.
II. II Makeinuin left Tuesday to
attend to hmiinew In Kanui*.
HeineiolierTanners have the Ihiutl
line of Oriental ruga In town.
The Vaasar Girl# are coming.
Dr. I ti mm, of Tahlequah, wu* killed
this week by a live wire while out
J lierUet Moore has purchased the
La 11 ay home which he vxpuot* to oc-
Mr. and Mrs. Hughes aud daughter
left this week for Carson*, Kansas
where they will reside.
Joe Chamber* returned Mondav
night from his trip up in Northwest-
ern part of our country.
Grandma Mathews is reported to
have fallen Thursday night, attain-
ing quite serious injuries.
Miss Agnes Boyd entertained a few
of her friends Monday evening A
delightful time Is reported.
Shanklln Gllkeson Is expected
home Saturday from Warrenshurg.
Mo., where lie has he«n visiting his
The Shot* department at Saunders'
Store Is a very busy place. They
make a specialty'of Shoes for Ladles'
The Ladies Improvement Assncla
tlon will meet tomorrow afternoon
(Siiturdav) at 4 o'clock In the Coun-
Did you see those lovely Comforts
and Blankets at Saunders' Store?
They are good ones, and the price Is
The Vassar Girls are coming.
The evening Whist Club met will
Mr and Mrs(J. I-'. Flippln. A turkey
dinner was served before the card
playing begun. It was a most de-
Lloyd Bentley and Dave A lit on
have purchased the Murphy-Starr
meat market taking possession of
sume Mondav morning. They are
both hustlers aud will make a suc-
cess of It.
County Court Is in session this
week ana some of the numerous
booze cases will be disposed 3f.
The Ladles' Cemetery Association
will meet at the home of Mrs. A.
L. Kates on Monday, Nov., U, Full
attendance of members is requested
as there is business of importance, to
Presents tho Swed-
ish Musical Comedy
12 Latest Sunt; Hits 12
Prices. 25, 50 and
Lo.it: -olio hrid dug, tiordim setter,
black and white, slit in encli ear,
answer* to tmmo of Duke. Ib-waid
for information or return to J. K.
M. 0. Bridie Goes Down.
The llood which lias been rushing
down the Veidlgris iIvor and valley
for nearly a week, swept down the
big steel bridge over t lie Verdigris
river at Falls City. The center pier
right In the middle of the stream
gave way miner the immense presume
of drift wood and wit ti this suppori
gone, the entire structure sank be-
neath t lie rushing waters. No truins
will run over this line between Wag-
oner and Muskogee for many days,
perhapstwu weeks Wagoner Record
WMk ending Nov 9nd IK*.
Until* lluruey, Lull# llrond, Ifetti*
i '. i i K >>ie lierry, tii c* Harris.
Mollle Ishiuael. M<tre« Junw. Hi
Suton Liti*a>. Virtle l.lle, Lura Mar-
tin, Mrs D It Powell, I'na IIom«|«ii,
Mary Itiggin* 2. Julia Starr. Katie
Cardst M I) A yen. Mrs t'wtt, Cal>
I lie E le , Mis M II. Cuthrle, Maud
Mimael, Eva Miller. IVarl Mitchell
Mrs. D. It I'uwell. Bell lt*)iiuld*,
Jessie 1(e) nolils.
Joe Akin, Geo. W. Burden, James
« hfiiey. Allen Cornelius, \V. L Car
ter. Tib Coyle, It. K Davla, C. A.
Depew, Harry Greer, Jainea Howe.
II D. Heck, II. W. IMIey, U. V.
Hall. W. Hand, (J. C, lllmmour.
Joe Johnson, It. 8. Jones, Isaac John-
son. J. L. Miner, Robert It. A. Uw-
is llarve Miller, Albert Miles, It. ||.
Pollard, J M. rills, Adraln I Cat-
ton, John Itlddli*. Cornelius Smith,
II. \ KelNistlan, Jam* I*. Welch a.
Card*: W. K. Boston 2, Tib Coyle,
Molvln Co*, W. II. Caney. Clydo
Dunlvau. II. Utea. K. L Cobltia,
Funk Hurst. Hen Hammonds, Leon-
ard, Mege* 3, II. II. Nelson, J It.
I'arret!, Harry Itobblus, Fred Itelsc,
Cornelians Smith, J. D. Wllkins
C. A. /.obel.
Three |nti«r will lie sent to the dniwl
letter oflloo Nov, |«, luis, if not dellv-
erod buforit In calling for the above
please say "Advertiwud," giving date
of Hat. 11. Jennings, I*. M.
A Tiny Baby
can't lull you In words what the
trouble is; but If It's complexion gets
pasty. If it gets weaker and weaker,
Ills--s Hush aud Is cross aud peevish
you can lie certain that It hss worms,
(live It White's i ream Vermifuge,
guaranteed harmless. Kxpels the
worms and puis the baby In a healthy
normal condition. Sold by Mcflure's
See our STERLING Clothing for Men-
nothing better for the money.
Suits, Overcoats, Hoys' clothing, kl UN
t\r CO. makers, New York.
Dress the boys up ami five them a chance.
SHOES for everybody.
Clapp, Queen Quality ami
Dry (ioods ami Notions,
underwear, blurts, Overalls,
F. S. WALKER.
A Hair's Breadth Escape
Do you know that every time you
have a cough or cold and let it run
on thinking it will Just cure itself
you are inviting pneumonia, con-
sumption or some oilier pulmonary
trouble? Don't risk ii. Put jour
lungs back in perfect health and stop
that cough with Uullard's Ii ore-
I'rice 2oc, 5>o and *1 on per bottle
Sold by McClure's Drug Store.
A BIG UNDERTAKING
If. • big thing
to do—to under-
take to nuke Fall
or Winter suits and
overcoats of all
all wool through
sell them at from
#io to f2j.
That is just what
is done by the
No other manu-
facturer* in the
whole world even
try to do it
you ought to have
a chance to get the
best clothes sold at
proper prices a full
stock has been put
ive patterns you'll
find here now—
and your size
The style is
the latest, the fit is
certain, the making
Tou know that
wool makes the
best material for
men's clothing. It
Then your own
sense ought to lead
you to get clothes
you can be sure
are all wool—no
imitation, but wool
You can be sure
CRAP T — all
wool suits and
overcoats at from
$io to $a§.
A gentleman named Thou. Mokley,
of Okmulgee, died at' the Bungalow
last night. He was afflicted witli
paralysis and nothing could be done
for him here. The body was shipped
to Shreveport, La.
Ed Williams and wife returned
Tuesday from Texas, the climate
there not having do::e Mrs Williams
much good. Mr. Williams informs
us that thiy expect to go to Kansas
City, where Mrs williams will take
Laderer-Davis Clothing Co.
The Good Clothes Store
Taken up:—Pour stray pigs, weight
about thirty-live pounds, and 1 male,
weight about 100 pounds, unmarked
Owner can have property by claim
ing same and paying costs.
The ladles of the Christian churcl
will open their annual Bazaar to the
citizens and visitors of Claremore
on Friday and Saturday December 11
and 12. A great variety of articles
useful and ornamental will be on
sale. Do you want a Christmas
gift for a friend/ Be sure you call
on them. Short order Innches wiil
also be served during the entire per
Regular services with preaching
next Suuday at the Christain church
both morning and evening. Subject
of the morningjsermon, "What does
the Christain Church Stand for?'
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Every
body invited to these services.
The Vassar Girls are coming.
"Yens Yensen" the play, is a come-
dy with music; there are three
swedlsh characters, besides eijfht
others; they are all comedy parts,
there is nothing in Yens Yeusen but
comedy. The songs are all the latest
New York hits, and are sung by
singers of reputation, no others
could handle numbers. The com-
pany is composed of the best motical
comedy people that could be found in
New York and Chicago. There is
but |one swedish musical comedy
and that is "Yens Yensen." This
attraction will be seen here on Wed-
nesday, November 11.
Some of the songs that are featur-
ed with "Yens Yensen" company,
ere, "The Girl from the Go den
West," "Take me out to the Ball
Gime," "flie l'arty that wrote
Home Sweet Home never was a mar-
ried man," "Just some one," "I need
morning air," "Since Ka'y Keith
she wears a Sheath" "Nothing ever,
ever, ever, ever hardly ever troubles
me," ' Goodbye Christian Swanson,"
"I'd rather be a Lobster than a Wise
Guy" and others. They ere all sung
with a chorus of six or eight pro-
fessional singers. This attraction will
be seen at the Opera House on Wed-
nesday, November II.
To Teachers and Superintend'
enls in Executive Positions.
The inclosed preliminary announce'
men Is aud all other matter which
may be sent you concerning the Ok-
lahoma State Teachers' Association
are sent with expectation that it
will giye you pleasure to distribute
the same among your teachers.
As you may nolo, the general ses-
ions are to be addressed by men of
decid d prominence in the land, in-
cluding O. J. Kern, reformer of rural
school work aud perhaps the most
noted county superintendent in
America; Hamlin Garland, the west-
ern poet; Bishop Quayle, author and
lecturer, has been invited, and there
are a few others of national repute
whom tiie executive committee has
sought and expects to secure.
The foremost educators of our own
state will be there, and this alone in-
sures a splendid meeting. Arrange-
ments are made whereby I he best or
musical talent will appear to render
the program more than inviting from
that point of enjoyment.
The local committee, of which sup-
erintendent Scott Glen of Shawnee
ii chairman, w li provide every vis.-
tor with lodging at the very lowest
rates. The railroad ratts, already
settled at the excursion prices, should
insure the expense of attending the
meeting at a very low figure.
Vou to whom this letter is address-
ed are in a splendid-position to do
much toward calling the attention ot
your teachers aud associates to the
merits of the program aud the gener-
al advantages of attending such a
meeting. The excellence of every
feature of the association is deter-
mined by tiie careful preparations
iliat have been made, but the attend-
ance is dependent, largely upon your
efforts to interest your teachers and
On this same sheet will be found a
statement to newspaper men. Please
hand one of these to your 1 ocii 1 news-
paper force and call direct attention
> note addres to them.
Begging that you put these an
nouueements before your teachers
and newspaper friends at once, and
anticipating a splendid meeting with
you, we are, Sincerely,
Live Stock Letter.
Special to Messenger:
Kansas City Stock Yards, Nov 2,
IIHW. The cattle supply today Is
"tin head, including 50 cars of quar-
antine cattle, market 5 to 15 higher.
The total supply last week was a
third smaller than in recent weeks,
but. the market failed to hold the ad-
vance secured a week ago today, al-
though closing the week without any
net loss. Packers reduced the whole-
sale price of meat last week, in order
to stimulate trade, and were natur-
ally adverse to paying strong price*
for cattle. On the other hand grass
cattle from Kansas pastures have
about all been marketed, or been put
in reed lots, leaving the demand for
grass cattle to be supplied by quar-
antines and from tiie Panhandle and
mountain ranges. Owing to the
election tomorrow, and balance of
this week will likely be moderate,
and the market should be good. A
train of Gorsythe steers sold here to-
day at $3.05 against $.175 for same
steers last Friday. The Akins steers
from the Osage pastures sold last
week at .'i5 to $1.G5. Top in quar-
antine division today was $4.25, me-
dium to common steers $3.00 to $3.75
cows $2.00 to $3.10. calves $3.00 to
50, although choice veals are
The hog market fluctuates mildly,
receipts still liberal, at 81000 head
last week. The supply for October
was Di2 per cent greater this year,
but average weight was only 181
pounds in October this year, against
208 pounds same month last year.
The large proportion of light hogs is
having the effect of reducing pro-
portion of lard and salt pork, aud
will eventually put a premium on
heavy hogs. Itun is 8000 head today,
market 5 to 10 higher, top $5.!i7J,
hulk $5.30 to $5.90, including all
wjights, pigs at $3 85 to $5.00.
J. A. Rickart,
L. S. Correspondent.
(Jood Taste in Horn* Furniture
I" becoming more neutrally recofnlx-
t«l a>. a factor of supreme lui|iortaiic
and furniture manufacturer* ire ex-
erting the utmost activity to provide
sail factory designs and new styles.
In this respect the lilies shown at
Under'* excel anything ever before
shown. Our patrons will have an
oppirtunity of making selections
from the most elegant stock of furn-
iture ever brought to our city.
J. T. UNDER.
H. A. Hale desires to announce that he has
been to the eastern markets and has purchased
heavily of fall and winter goods, which are now
ready for inspection. Included in these new
goods will be found ladies' and gents'underwear,
and especial attention is called to silk and heat-
erblood skirts, all latest patterns and colors in
dress goods, the Brown Shoe Go 's Star Five
Star shoes, full line for ladies and gents, all
sizes. Blankets and comforts for cold weather.
Have just received a carload of the famous
Polar Bear flour.
H. A. Hale.
ASKS FOR RECEIVER.
Merchant ol Blalae, Okla.. Says Merchants'
4 Planters' Co. Insolvent.
Miss liinnie Feland came Saturday
ni|(ht from Tahlequah, where she s
attending school, and visited home
folka tntil Tuesday morning.
Yens Yensens Company.
One of the greatest musical come-
dy successes of last season, was
' Vens iYensen," the Swedish music-
al mixture; there are many success
ful comedies on lh road, but none
were so popular, or pressed for re-
turn dates more than the "The
s*eedi8h musical comedy Yens Yen-
sen, by the manager who plated the
attractiou. Yens Yensen, the play,
is a comedy wit Ii music, not a play
with specialties between acts, but a
combination of comedy and songs,
which are all the latest, and laugh-
ter, of tiie kind that makes you for-
get all yoor troubbles. "Yens Yen-
seif' wiil be seen herQ for the first
time on Wednesday, November 11.
Alleging that the Mercians' &
Planters' Insurance compauy is in-
solvent and unable to pay its just
creditors, W. H. Pennington, a coun-
try merchant of Blaine, Okla.. has
tiled a petition in the district court
askiug for rlie appointment of a re-
ceiver and for a settlement of his
claim of $3,000 against the company.
Pennington claims that he carried
insurance for that amount with the
Merchants' & Planters'company and
that after Ids store at Blaine was
destroyed by tire, entirely unknown
to himself, lie asked for settlement of
his claim, bot the company has tak-
en no steps in the matter of payment.
The plaintiff asserts that became to
Muskogee personally to see Mr. H.
M. llamsey, an officer in the company
and Mr. Ramsey promised him that a
settlement would be made.
The case will be argued sometime
Col. Geo. A. Murphy, attorney for
the Merchants' and Planters' com
pany, gave out the following state-
ment last night relative to the tiling
of the suit.
"The Merchants' and Planters' In-
surance company has paid every loss.
The company Is perfectly solvent and
only recently increased Its capital
stock. Mr. Pennington has never
tiled a claim for loss. Had be done
jo It would have been promptly paid.
Sere Nippies and dipped Harts *
T. H. Rogers Lumber Co.
Corner of 3d street and VVenona Aye.,
Have a good assortment of all kinds of kinrls
of building material. Come in and get ac-
quainted. Prices always right. Phone 98.
G\ R. FISHER, Manager.
TO GIVE THANKS.
President Sets Aside November 26 as the
Great Turkey Day.
Washington. Oct. 31 —President
Roosevelt today 'ssued the annual
Thanksgiving proclamation in which
he pointed out the steady growth ot
the nation's strength, worldly power,
wealth and population, and well be-
ing as higher than that of any other
country in the world. For this, h:
declares, Anfcricans owe it to the
Almighty to show equal progress. In
moral and spiritual things, lie sets
Thursday, November 20, as the date.
Mind Your Business.
If you don't nobody will. It is
your business to keep out of all the
trouble you can and you will ki-ep
out of liver and bowel trouble if you
take I>r King's New Life Pills. Tliej
keep jaundice, biliousnessaud malaria
ut of your system. 23c at McClure's
pieces by the force of tiie explosion
and the gun fell Into the water and
was lost. This might have proven
fatal and should br a lesson to boys
in handling of firearms.
ONE WEAK SPOT
Y0UN0 MAN ACCIDENTALLY
Carelessness Wilh Gun Ceases Near Cost-
iaf Yeunf Man's Life.
From Catoosa Eagle:
Three youug men whose names
could not be learned, and who are
camped near the river, were out quail
shooting Wednesday and decided to
cross the river on the railroad bridge,
coming near the Hrst span of the
bridge they stopped for some reason
and the gun was allowed to rest on
the ties. By some move the stock
slipped off and fell striking the ham-
m.r against the tie, discharging the
gun. The boy's face was badly born-
ed and he may loee the sight of his
tight eye. Bis
Most Claremore People Have a Weak
Part and Too Often It's the Back.
Everyone has a weak spot.
Too orten it's a bad back.
Twinges follow every sudden twist
Dull aching keeps up, day and night.
Tells you the kidneys need help—
For backache is really kidney-ache.
A kidney cure is what you need.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys
Cure backache and all urinary ills.
Claremore people recommend the
S. A. Clark, carpenter, living in
Chambers Addition, Claremore, Okla.,
says: "I have had my share of suf-
fering from kidney complaint and am
glad to recommend the remedy that
cured me. The principal symptom of
my trouble was a constant dull ache
across the small of my back. I also
had dizzy spells and was bothered
by a frequent desire to pass the
kidney secretions. I finally procured
Doan's Kidney Pill and as before
stated, they rid me of the complaint.
I consider them the most excellent
preparation and advise other stif.
ferers to use them." Doan's Kidney
Pills can be procured at Halt &
Cilkeson's drug store. 2
For sale by all dealers. Price 80
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other.
A Broken Back
That pain in your back caused by
lumbago, stiff muscles or a strain is
an easy thing to get rid of. Bal-
lard's Snow Liniment cures rheuma-
tism. lumbago, sore and stiff muscles
strains, sprains, cuts, burns, bruises,
scalds and aM aches and pains. You
need a bottle in your house. Sold bi
hat was torn to McClure's I)rug Store.
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