Claremore Progress. And Rogers County Democrat (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, October 1, 1909 Page: 1 of 12
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AND ROGERS COUNTY DEMOCRAT
CLAREMORE, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1000.
w«>N* MS* #<*'1
; WE HIVE JUST RECEIVED
Fall and Winter
Line of Woolens
In all the latest patterns. We make them
to flt and our prices arc right. Call and see
what we have to offer.
Room in rear Farmers Bank' Building
IKUF.KAJ GOVKKNMKNT FAVOR# j HAi l.KOAl> ASSHK l< ().
Tlu* old Ihlit about tho PbileHil gov- Work ut IVriiiauiit| Sumy to iimmr
rrninenl liemg the frimid of I lit) Indian* ut (nu .
nwived another let bauk u f.-w days j '!>,«• i herokafr InteAirban & B< li
NKo whan thi* said "friend uf the In- Hailwiy i* now an uuuml fn<
dian"deeidi>ri. against the Indian's pro-1 j.0r iho psa( >ifrlH Hn nwths ihe
tent, to conduct h aehoul for the b neflt |,uildi> K of u Mt mid inn rurtian linn
of the negroes and ut llio cxponse of 0f railway fram .Skiatook i<> Pryor
tho Cherokee. The following from n I Crook |ian been agitated, n prslimeiiiiry
Muskogee paper tells the whole story: | survey'hat* buen mane and the required
"Over the protest of the kolioo) au > bonus required by the various towns
thoritiua of the Cherokee* iiutlon, the 1 along the right-of-wuy mined in.d now
dnparmontof the interior haa ordered j come the good n-ws flint the perman-
the national Cherokee achool for .got survey will b'j commenced at onoo.
negroes, located four miles north of
Tahlequah, opened for the year, and
achool will begin the firat of October.
There will be about forty little negrous
in attendance at thia achool. The Cher-
kee authorities objected to paying the
expenses of thia achool out of Cherokee
1 funda thia year because I he negro freed-
, man have had their restrictions removed,
! are no longer members of the Cherokee
.tribe, and are paying taxes on their
(property, if they have any left, «hd
The gentleman backing the enter-
prise \m 8 in «ur city Tueaday and
atuted tlmt work of limiting the per-
manent survey would be commenced
within the next, ten duys and that
work on tin name would tie pushed.
Ht> has n;ade good in building a number
of other tnlerui ban lines, which is an
assurance that he will make good
with thi«: rouJ
Thia mouna much to Claremore bp
ahe will be tho headquarters of the
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A COLD WAVE
Don't let the cold snap catch you
without a heating stove. We have
a full line of coal, wood and gas
heaters from $1.50 up. Satisfaction
Glasgow Hdw. Co.
Next door tp First National Bank
Headquarter a fur the Celebrated Quick^. NJeal Can liangea
therefore are ontit.cd to atatu achoola. Coiipsi v and will givo her as the
fhe department of the interior could oiher towns live trunk linen and con-
not aee it that way, however, and
ordered the achool opened aguin for one
10 KDUCATK PI'1.1. BLOODS.
A special effort is being made by
Superintendent Benedict and the super-
visors of Indian schools in each of the
neel with uny other road that may be
built north and south through the east
end^t the stnui.
ANO flli.K l.LrX TRIC.
The Secretary of tat^ recontly
issued a charter to the Miami-Tulsa
Traction Co., which proposes to build
live tribea to induce as many of the Hn eloctri.' railway from Miami to
full-blood Indian children from IhejTulsa, by way of Vinita. While
country districts as poss ble to attend neither Claremore or any other point
the Indian boarding schools, and at J Roj;' r < county i- mentioned in the
the same time an effort is being made J charter it i? u reasonable conclusion
to get as many of the Indiana as pos-: that the lino, if built at all, will traverse
Bible who live in the towns to attend our county as Chelsea, KoyW, i-laremore
the city or state schools. | nnd Catoosa! all Rogers county points,
To this end Mr. Benedict leaves are on a direer. line from Vinita to
this afternoon for a four days' trip' Tulua
into the Cherokee nations where he I ... vu.„. "
will visit with a number of influei.tial ' ' . J .
full-bloods and explain to them the1 The 11 n.t«^ty£tate School football
irganir.ftd and the line up is
.he individual members avor-
They have "a few friende] P0""'1*. some of t hem fust
men. rho practice field has been put
reason why this is being done
is the most effective way to reach the 1'
full-bloods. They have a few frien ta ''1:''emR 1
on whom they very largely depend for
advice and if these, leaders can be n> . , , , , . , ,
duced to reeommend that the full-blood lsLhl,;hl> P!^w.,h the prospects of
the team. Their first game will be
with Vinita high achool team at this
in excellent dbiidition and Prof. Crabby
■ .turn . i U'u. '--N - ,, - oiSD-.w « f j. h' i "> -J ■ -i—.
KRtOLDTION OF IESPECT j first care a*provision for them. Wo
Whereas, It has pleased the Supreme 18ball miss him in our Camp, and in our
Consul Coin mender, of the world, to i city, where he had won the respect of
call from his home and family, and | *" be his honesty and integrity and his
from our camp, Sovereign (. H. j cheerful fulfillment of all duties de-
Nichols to the camp which shall endure ! volving on him as a man and a citizen,
forever; we the officers and members J To his family we can only in simple
of Roae Camp, No. 17, W. O. W., de-1 words express our sympathy, and to
sire to express our deep sympathy with assure them that they will at all times
his wife and loved ones in their great j find in our Camp a ready assistance if
b?reavement, and at the same time to they should need it, but beyond that
express our high appreciation of our , words are empty and we can only point
deceased Sovereign as a m n and a them to the Supreme Head of All
neighbor. ^ j Things, and ask them to accept His
We at all times found**Sovereign saying that "Hedoeth all things well."
Nichols to be a true and earnest worker Be it further resolved, that copies of
in the field of Woodcraft, and ever these resolutions be spread upon our
ready and willing to do his full share records, be published in our city papers,
as a member of our order, and as a and that a copy be sent to the widow
neighbor. His timely provision for hU of the deceased Sovereign
children be placed in the schools, the
work is done. Mr, Benedict will go , ,, ,
to Crove and from there out into the f'acf ' ^ October 9th; return game at
I Wyckliffe neighborhood. He will have ' °fohf!r lgt> On ctober'J3d,
la conference withalotof Night Hawks. ,thc male nvnary team will come here
So far tKiffe Is a larger per com of iHnd w*? *y them u return
full-bloods in the boarding schools this e°me sof t,me 1&tbr"
year that there has ever been before
and more are coming in all the time.
It is the policy of the government to
devote its energies to the education
of the full-blood while the Indian
children of mixed blood are to be per-
A janitor In a neighboring school
threw up his job the other day. When
asked what was the trouble, he said,
"I'm honest and I won't stand being-
slurred. If 1 find a pencil or handker-
mitted to shift for themselves in the: chief 'bout the school I hang it up.
state and city schools which they are livery little while the teacher or some
loved one is sufficient evidence of his
being a good and loving husband and
father, and no greater praise can be
given to him than that be made his
W. J. McCain,
A. V. Robinson,
JUST I WOID TO THE LADIES
Have you seen our enormous
line of CLOAKS for both
ladies and children? If not,
don't fail to call on us be-
fore you buy your winter
As we have just Received
a complete line of CLOAKS
and JACKETS, we can as-
sure you that you will be
pleased. Our goods are of
the very latest styles and our
prices are right.
It will afford us great
pleasure to show you through
our assortment whether you
buy or not. So don't fail to
call on us and see our many
Yours for Bargains
Rogers County Merc.
L. B. H0HL, President
perfectly able to
do. - Muskogee
one that is too cowardly to face me,
gives me a slur." "In what wav
asked the,officer. "Whv, a little while
ago 1 saw written on the board, 'find
the common multiple ' Well I looked
from cellar to irnrret, pnd I wouldn't
know the thing if I met it on the streets.
Wtuit made me quit my job? Last night |
in big writ in' on the blackboard,
said, 'findthe greatest common divisor.'
ST ANDARD OIL IN POLITICS-.
Judge J. H. Burford of Guthrie,
Attorney for the Prairie Oil & Gas
Company, the leading Standard Oil
subordinate of the Southwest, is the
leading attorney in the fight to defeat
the Taylor Election Law.
Inasmuch as the Standard Oil com-
pany have served their -friends in poli-
tics, their hand always shows with
the opposition whenever there is 1 " ^UM" j poems they have read, it is still very
tight against democratic principles. _ - good. The seventh grade is reading!
If the campaign needs funds, the, TRYING TO OUST CITY MARSHAL. ' Irving's well known story "Legend of,
Rockefeller millions are always con- At the meet mg of the town trustees f Sleepy Hollow" and are well pleased
tributed to oppose Democracy. If any Monday night charges were filed by ; with it.
POO l HALL IMIPP .
Walter W. Shaw haa agreed to assist
Prof. Crablm in couching the University
State School foot ball toarn. Mr. Shaw
will be a groat help as he knows all of
tie fine points of the game and also the
iioys whom he ilia's not hesitate in
"bawling out" if they do not "get into
the game" properly. Tho foot ball
oluyers and students thank him for the
Look out for Dr. Bushyhead at the
foot ball ground when the boys are
practicing. The Dr. is the scrub's
friend as he is always on their side en-
Mr. Barnes, our fall back, from No-
wata, arrived Monday to attend the
U. ti. 8.
The sprinkling done by the fire de-
partment Saturday helped the ground
'i in rumored that "Shorty" Story
and "Texas Jack" Boren intend enter-
ing the school We heartily hope they
a; i 11. as they will strengthen the foot
School began on Monday, September
lath, with a total enrollment of 296
pupils in the building. The Baptist
t-hurch had 44 pupils and the Methodist
churi h had 30, making a total of 375 in
all three buildings, showing that the
prospects for a successful school term
are very favorable.
Sam Webb, of Miss Sharp's room, is
absent this week on accountof sickness
Our music teacher, Miss Ostenburg,
has not been in school this week on
account of illness.
Miss Anna "May dillard was a visitor
to the second grade Tuesday.
Miss Grace Hayworth visited the
third grade Tuesday.
Nine new pupils entered school
We, the pupils of the Hiawatha
Building, take this means in expres-
sing our thanks to the Board of Educa-
tion of Claremore for their kindness in
allowing us a holiday last Thursday
that we might attend the circus.
A half day holiday is given the room
getting the highest per cent in attend-
ance during each month. Out of 15
rooms only one has succeeded in keep-
ing a clear record to date (Tuesday)
and that is grades seven and eight,
Mr, Shadwick teacher.
It will be of inter/st to the parents,
perhaps, to know what the pupils are
doing to accomplish in their books.
In passing through Miss Forcede's
room, grades two and three, the writer
and her assistant were shown paper
cuttings which were used in illustrating
"Goldenrod," a story they have been
studying. We were also shown some
excellent work in grammar her pupils
had been doing.
In the eighth grade the pupils are
taking up a very interesting subject
and one that comes closer to them
than any other, Oklahoma History.
Another new subject is agriculture,
which promises to be quite as much
of an interest as all the other subjects.
In literature they are reading William
Wadsworth's poementitled "Michael."
ltlr ... , ... I . , VV UUBW'I III 3 ClILlLieU miciijftci.
Well, I say to myself, both of them I ., ,, ... .... .. „
, ., . . ' . , , While the pupils do not like it as well
darn things are lost now, and I'll be1 .... 1U
,, , . . . , , ,,,, . as "Enoch Arden, and some other
blameu tur swipm em so 1 11 iiuit. I ., , , ., . ....
i itit.tm j I I,..,- h.nm I if ia t-fill
Wholesome democratic legislation is
enacted, the Rockefeller millions are
always ready to enepmpass its repeal
or defeat and still the old carpet bag
machine at times try to tar the Demo-
cratic party with their own dirty stick.
—New State Tribune.
Jack Hcnson, through his attorney, | On Monday September 19th the
John M, Gokisbetry, against city mar-1 seventh and eighth grades of Mr.
shal John HotTman for misconduct in j Siiadwick's room organized a Literary
office. The charges in effect accuse j Soci-ry which they named the "Lincoln- j
the marshal of using undue violence in ian Society." The following officers
arresting Henson several weeks ago were elected: President. Carrie Helm;
for being drunk. Attorney Nicodemus, ! Vice-President, Ot.to"Nichols; Secretary
counsel for Mr. Hoffman, tiled a motion | Eula Buchanan; Critic, Pearl Bunn. ;
to dismiss the action on tha grounds of A program was made out and will be
non-jurisdiction. After exhaustive I K'ven next Friday (Oct, 1)-in room
Few people of this city are aware arfrume!1ts by the attorneys for both! eight.
that during the coming week Caroline parties the trustees adjourned the! Note: The above notes were
Arthur, the lti year old daughter of a matter until Tuesday night. At that1 written by a pupil of the Hiawatha
retired officer Edward Arthur will attorneys were iriven another I Building. The Hiawatha Building, the
A DAUGHTER OF A CELEBRATED ARMY
OFFICER TO VISIT CLAREMORE.
be here, and before the public of this
city prominently for one day. Her stay
is limited on account of touring the
country, as engagements have been
solicited from every city of prominence.
Miss Arthur is a beautiful girl, and
amiableone. She will no doubt lie very
much of a favorite with those who will
have the pleasure of meeting her. Sur-
rounded as she will be by hosts of ad-
mirers both men and women, it will be
more than advisable for every one de-
siring to make her acquaintance to
secure seats for "Human Game." At
Windsor Opera House, Oct. 2, then they
wii! be sure of seeing "DearCaroline,"
thegiH of the play, the girl of the plot,
the gtrl they all admtre.
tickets at McClare's drug store.
SEEK TO AMEND CONSTITUTION.
Senator Harry Beeler, of Checotah,
was In our city Tuesday night and ap-
peared before the Chamber of Com-
merce and submitted an initiative
petition to be presented to the voters
at the state an amendment to the
constitution to amend the railroad
section to allow the purchase of
branch and small lines of - ti'^ ds by
the larger ones.
The chamber endorsee
and will circulate the pe
time the attorneys were given another j Building.
hearing and numerous citations of law j Baptist and M. E. South Churches are
and court rulings were made by them, organized and have a so-called editorial
The defense made an effort to convince st all composed of four members, three
the trustees that they had no jurisdie- whom collect and the fourth complies
tion in the matter and that the only j a" school news of the three buildings,
manner in which such charges could be I The Academy will have a similar staff
dealt with was a trial before the dis- by next week and news from every
trict court upon charges preferred by i in the Public School system may
the county commissioners or upon an h® read. This plan is to be continued
indictment made by the grand jury, throughout the entere school year.
After holding a secret session for half 1 DicKERSOf^ Supt.
an hour or more, the trustees decided ; DEPENDS ON WHO'S OX.
to overrule the motion for dismissal i In a spcech at Gainsville Senator
and bti the date for hearing the evi- i Bailey said: "1 had rather be right
dence in the case for next Monday than wrong. 1 would rather get off
night. - Collin sville Times. the platform and be right than tostand
Ion the platform and be wrong. Would-
STATt MAY OWN PIPE LINE. n't you? Why. this doctrine which
The Independence Reporter in a re- they teach is the doctrine of intellec-
cent issue print? the following in regard tual slavery. It forbids a man to think;
to the new pipe line through Oklahoma: in only requires him to be able to read;
Governor C. N. Haskell admitrhe he need not be able to write. If he is
has tentative plans looking to the call- " «t. able to read the platform one man
ing of a special session of the Ic^-isla
turo ••••d a-k for an appropriation fo
ins f state oil pipe line to tin
i ■> ;
to b^ d
tors, he i
a. Were convinced that
•ne were feasible, and j -
? the only method of i
.h* independent <-),era- j no
-uch a recommen-1 par
nake a Senator as good asanother:
you want that kind?', IfSena-
'ey is correct in the above then
nceforth the irdependent party
e.i .<y Mr. Hearst ought to flourish.
te l e correct there is absolutely
hI for party organisations and
platforms. If Mr. Bailey
■ROI OHT GOOD rtlti
There was gas land sold in
court room Wednesday mor.
brought a bonus of $12 an acre.
It was located in sections 31 and j about Wl worth of pi;
township 22, range 15. It lies about some other articles. T
eight niles west of Claremore. j lot oi pipes Mr Martin
righ. -ow h - was wrong a few years
! Saturday he, Hayne?' "ht,n ** mercilessly scourged
tft Davis' dru* tore « burglarised, ! lh"3e members of the legislature whom
h | Aimoii Martin's sm< ke J,,„8e was als he •nd s^undrela
obbed. the thieves *. ttk - with ! bec,r,19e the>' hsd fa,,ed ^ "***? out
s had stolen.
•f their constituents. —
The best people use Sweet A Pure.
For the best Large Hocker* and Children's Rockers,
Dining ('hairs, Parlor Chairs, High ('hair* and Nursery
See our Porch Rockers and Suites. Come and aee how
comfortable they sit. Then you will buy, for the prices
WE WILL HAVE
A complete stock of all the school
books, both for the Public Schools
and the Univeisity, and as usual
the most sitisfactory Tablets,
Pencils, Drawing Pads; Crayons,
McClure's Drug Store
Are You Thinking of a Farm Loan?
We pay you the money the day you sign our mortgage. No
Commissions of any kind charged, all Notary work free, and
INTEREST ONLY EIGHT PER CENT. Interest payable an-
nually, with privilege to borrower of paying $10^.0", any mul-
tiple or the entire loan off at any interest paying date and stop
the interest on the amount paid.
INCORPORATED CAPITAL $10,000.00
JOHNSTON ABSTRACT AND LOAN COMPANY
Call in, write us or call up Phone 80 We write Fire Insurance
W. K. 8U2TXT
Good Rigs and Nice Driving Horses
Stable in reai First National Bank
Your Patronage Solicited
Barn Phone 185 Res. Phone 283
$ J. R. Finley, Prest.
W. G. Riggs, V-Prest.
J. F. Fuppin, Secy.
B. j. Burke, Cashier
The Farmers Bank 4 Trust Company
Claremore, kla. i
Capital 8tock paid up $30,000.00 i
We jnvite your account and assure you the best treatment. Money to I
loan on farm and city property. Interest paid on time depoaita. Safe 2
deposit boxes for rent. Z
, 5Jr^1ton,--J- F- HeCMton, J. R. Finley, W. G. Riggs, B. J. Burke, 5
| J. F. Flippin, *
Phone Day or Night No. 33
J. HERBERT MOORE
Undertaker and Ziznoalme**
Home and Office r:.vv cf Seccr.d Street and C> rekee Avenut
~; f the 3urg xw Hotel.
My office is neve • -.cksd up, and if at night you need the services
of an undertaker and \..hs'.:..?:\ you will find me next door is my office.
ssaad by the Examining Board of Oklahoma
1 have a license
practice embalming ?<;r.er*l directing, andTholding that'lfce'nle'T
. "cessary for me to cor'-—r, o the laws in thia state as to the
fu-nigstiiw of the home, ~ rvork has heretofore been
Bit ted. I have on hand f times DePree's Patent
Fun--gators. Price 36c each Orient to fumigate any room
and ihould be used in allcases itagious diseases.
Mv line of coffins and undertc ting supplies are slways the
I c n purchase.
Bodies prepared for shipment, and all my work is guaranteed to
J. HERBERT MOOR'
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